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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 18, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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County Fair Will Ho Muili on Sat
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Workmen are hurrying preparn
tions for the Klamath qounty Fair
that is scheduled to take place near
the Wilson Urldgo on October 2 and
3. Tents and booths will soon ho
going up and every indication is that
everything will be In readiness for
the opening of tho fair. A special
dressing will be placed on the track
in order to assure that it will bo in
good shape for tho horse races.
Final arrangements for the fair
will bo made Saturday at a meeting
of tho Klamath County Fair Board.
Close to SO contests are scheduled
to ho held during tho week, cover
ing every possible county product.
Klamath County Club members who
have completed their projects will
be allowed to compete for prizes in
tho following centests: Corn grow
ing, potato growing, vegetable gar
den, poultry raising, pork produc
tion, sheep raising, calf raising, can
ning, and rabbit raising. Canning
team and cookery contests are also
An open juvenile contest to boys
and girls between the ages of 9 and
16 is listed. Exhibits of all kinds
will be awarded prizes under this
contest. General exhibits include
poultry, butter and cheese, farm
products, farm and community, fruit
and flower, and domestic science.
Bagdad is famous for its breed of
white asses. Their ears and tails
are sometimes colored a bright red.
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WILL BE HELD
NEW YORK, Sept.' .18. A state
conference of the Roosevelt 'Memor
ial Association will be held In the
Hotel Benson at Portland, Oregon on
Thursday, September IStlu Judge
Henry E. McGinn 'of Portland will
make the chief address. In making
NEEDED REST IS
TIEN By 'TIGER:
. RETURNS FROM TRIP
Mr. and Mrs. George C. Ulrlch and
family returned last nlgit from n
months visit In the East. Mr. Ulrlch
attended tho meeting at Toronto,
Premier Clcmcnccau of France. lllcsi Canada of tho Mutual I.I f o Insur
Hlmself to tho Country for First nnce men, who had written $100,-
Itcnl Rest Since Beginning of the. 000 wqrth of business during the
Long Year of Warfare year.
There were only 270 men from
North America who qualified this
LA TRANCHE, Vendea, France, j -vear nn(I Mr- Wrich found himself
Sopt. 18. Premier Clemenceuu ai- " unlquo flguro nt tho convention as
announcement at tho National ; rived hero tho other day In search ho wa tho onlv lnan wll c'0 '"'
Hparloiiartnra todav. William Dovce I of peace and quietness. Tie Premier , a 8""' cltv "" second, no came
Thompson, president of the AssocI-' looked as If he needed rnst and thorn . farther than any other delegate.
ation, said he had no doubt that the was nothing suggestive of tho "TJ!
start of the Oregon campaign will I er as he descended fru'u tho diiaty
he marked "by all the enthusiasm for I nulf.mobJlc winch had horni hi .1
i the memorial movement which dls-1
I Unguished the regional conference
SHEEPMEN IN KLAMATH
OX IHLS1XESS MATTEltS.
joyed the ocean breeze.
The Premier does not like public
Pearls, which have been so
popular this Bunrnmer, will
be even more so this winter.
The necklace will be an Im
portant feature of tho smart
day costume, and tho height
of fashion for evening wear.
Oriental pearls cost many
thousands of dollars ,hut
exquisite cojfars arid won
derful lrridesccnco are re
produced In artificial pearls
that servo tho purpose or
beauty and fashion equally
as well as real gems.
We show pearl necklaces,
graduated and uniform, In
a variety of tasblonablo
lengths and sizes of pearls.
Each strand Is fitted with a
solid gold clasp.
93.00 to $ 35.00
Frank M. Upp
Official S. P. Wfttok
of the northwestern states held In
Portland In August. Colonel Roose
velt had many warm friends and ad
mirers among all political parties In
Oregon and they are united in mak
fne an 'effective demonstration of
their regard and affection for the. functions and probably the only one
The Roosevelt Memorial Associ
ation will establish a public park in
Oyster Bay near the Roosevelt home
at Sagamore Hill; erect a great
monument in Washington; and en
dow a society for the" perpetuation
of the ideals of Theodore Roosevelt.
State Headquarters for Oregon
have been established at the Port
land Press Club and contributions
to the memorial fund may be sent
to that address. Dr. Henry Waldo
PJe, of Portland, who enjoyed a
friendship of more than thirty-five
years with Colonel Roosevelt, is
chairman of the state committee;
Thomas B. Neuhausen, of Portland,
Is secretary; and Edgar H. Sensen
ich, vice-president of the Northwes
tern Bank of Portland, Is treasurer.
Among their associates aro United
States Senator George E. Chamber
lain; Arthur I. Moulton, of Portland,
Bruce Dennis of La Grande; Mrs.
Lawrence T. Harris, of Salem; A.
P. Flegel, of Portland; Mrs. Fred
erick Eggort, of Portland, John H,
Smith, of Astoria; Dr, Andrew C.
Smith, of Portland. Judge William
Ball Gilbert, of Portland, of the U.
S. Circuit Court of Apeals, is a re
presentative of Oregon on the Nat
ional Executive Committee of the
Roosevelt Memorial Association, and
Walter Taylor Sumner, Protestant
Episcopal Bishop of Oregon, is a
member of the State Committee.
Although he had a pleasant trip
and visited all Interesting eastern
cities, Mr. Ulrlch said tills uftor-
from Paris to Thesea. Ho appeared "oon lnat lnuv cuiun t Iy 'i"1
old and wan and tired and heaved a enough to make mo wish to livo In
sigh of relief as ho sat on an old , the East."
wooden bench in tho shady garm-ii
of the villa Phlllppon, wiped tin- London gets a shower of soot to
perspiration from his brow and en- tho extent oftfour and a half pounds
Soveral sheepmen woro In town
yesterday attending to business mat
ters connected with their ranches.
Charlie McCarty, who recently
purchased a ranch In Poo Valley,
bought several horses nntl equip
ment for his now ranch. John Kollo
her of Bend bus been hero for hov
oral days looking over tho surround
ing country with tho view of locating
u Htiltablo pasture for 2,000 head ot
sheep. Ted Murphy, Con ftirtln,
and N'imI O'Connor, sheepmen and
innrhors from tho Mrrlll country
were in Klamath Falls yestordiiy
looking for hay hands ils well as pur
chasing supplies for tliolr ranches.
WILL ATTEND COU,K(ii;
Etlwnrd Cantral, son of Mrs. N M.
Cantral, loft this morning for Cor.
vnllln, wlii-ro ho will entur the Ore
gon Agriculture College as a fresh
man. Mr. (';uitra I, who graduated
from the Klumuth County high
Hcliool, will taku up a courso In civil
I onglneorliig at tho college
TWO GOOD BUYS
Corner In! at Sixth mid Klamalh.
If r.:t!i II. 100 and getting bolter
all the time. Onli SI (1,7(10. Par
SI 000.01) cash and SI.IHIO nmiiuU)'
nt ? itit fitfit.
' Fine coiner nt Dili mnl Main Sl.
! ItSt 7(lv IOO ft. mill Mi-he 88100 fur
I (iilcl( wile. It will Mini) grim Into
money for oil. Chllrnte iV.Mnllh.U'U
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The Store With the Yellow Front
per acre every day.,
of the past few months, oxecptin
those of the retrlevement of Alruce
Lorraine, at which he did not ftp
pear bored, was the Victory Day
parade. He has lost none of his good
humor, howover, and when asked
how ho had enjoyed the trip from
tho capital, replied:
"Somewhat tiresome but tho coun
try Is so beautiful. Yesterday wo vis
ited several chateaux on the Loire I
should have enjoyed greatly having
a little sleep at Nantes but tho
crowd, after midnight comnlenced to
acclaim and cheer me under my very
windows at tho Central Hotel. What
a funny idea." j
Accompanied by a couple of dd, ,
weather-beaten fishermen, tho Pro
mlor of Franco went for a stroll
along tho beach, speaking with thorn
In the dialect of the province. ,
What la believed to be the largest
mass of ice in the world Is to be
found In the Interior of Greeland,
where It began to accumulate before
the dawn 'of history. The block Is
about 600,000 square miles in area
and a mile and a half In talcftThest.
Try 'em. Herald Want Ada.
In China every business man has
a shop name and a private name,
and among his family and acquaint
ances ho Is known by tho latter.
If the appetite of a man were as
great as that of a sparrow in propor
tion to his Blze, he would eat a
whole sheep at one sitting.
One hundred and forty
head of fine wool and
for sale. Prices reason
able. E. M. HAMMOND
Look in the
MANY PAIRS OF SHOES
Lying In collars and dark closetH should bo repaired because
shoo ropalrlng Is real SERVICE to tho public. Two hundred
million pairs of shoes were ro-mado In the last twelve months.
Shoo ropalrlng means real economy and comfort to thoso who
uso such service
Quality Shoo Repairing doubles tho llfo of a pair of shoes.
Bring or sond your shoes to Bradley's Shoo Storo. Work
will bo promptly dono. Good workmanship. Only first-class
BRADLEY SHOE STORE
727 Majn Street
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR SALE Two Ford Touring
cars and Ford dellvory car. Hoag-
lang & McCollum. 18-tf
FOR SALE Good four room house
near depot at $1000.00 on very
easy terms. Immediate poasesslon.
Chilcote Smith, S3 3 Main St
FOR. SALE Good four room house
near High School. Price $1000.00
on eaay term. Possession Oct. 1st.
Chilcote ft Smith, 633 Majn St
MRS. L. B. HAGUE
Notary Public Court Reporter
211 Willits BIdg.
Klamath Falls Oregon
Typewriting machines bought,
sold, rented or exchanged. Spe
cial rates to students, Type-
writing supplies and stationery.
Election of Officers
To All Mombora of Lncni i7a Miiimnn je- rtnimakers' Union
the U. B. of Carpenters & JoInerB of Amorlca.
,,A BDec,al election will bo hold on Thursday, September 18'
1019. to fill vacancies in the offices of President and Trustee, w
Other important business and Message
Moose Hall, 7:30 Sharp.
Bring your books. . ' "- , oV ''