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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 31, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
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STAR DRUG CO.
SOO RABBITS WANTED
FOR OKLA. CXHJRHINQ
TULSA, Okla., Aug. 31. Some of
tka beat known grey hound fancier!
U the country are expected to attend
the national conning meet which
will be held here the first week In
October. Early entries show 2S0
greyiiuunds have been placed in the
meet, many of them of national fame
and holders of coursing honors.
A contract calling for S00 Jackrab
bits, which will be conditioned for
the meet, will be let. Stakes for the
course Include both Waterloo and
consolation prizes. Sportsmen from
New York and California are expect
ed to be present.
You Save Money"
fays the Good Judge .
Aad get more genuine chew
Jag satisfaction, when you use
that CalM Of tODMCO.
(This it because the full, rich,
reel tobacco taste lasts so
long, you don't need a fresh
chew nearly as often.
And a small chew gives more
real satisfaction than a big chew
" of the ordinary kind ever did.
Any man who uses the Real
Tobacco Chew will tell you
' Put u in two styUs
W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
for the practical dairyman.
Light running and close
. For Sale by
GILT EDGE CREAMERY
Phone 381 J 202 Main St
JUAREZ, Mex Aug. 31. Reha
bilitation of Mexican Industrial lite
will largley depend on the railroads,
.which, now at one of tho lowest
rlcvcla of commercial and industrial
activity, cannot adequately care for
tho country' needs, according to
Mexican railroad ornciais and em
A trip through northern Mexico
from the district nbout Torreon
shows tho travelor this apparently Is
truo. Along tho tracks thousands of
tons of rails, twisted, curved nmt cut
by revolutionists who sought to cut
communication to hinder pursuit or
harass their enemies enn bo scon.
Ties need replacing; roadbeds aiv In
terrlblo shapo and must have much
work done; bridges, permanent ones
and temporary structures built to
replace, tlioso blown up by revolution
ists, must bo replaced or repaired;
now rolling stock must bo bought In
great quantities and tho old repair
ed; mottva powor Is lacking and tho
majority of locomotlvos am declared
ready for tho scrap heap.
Not only are destroyed rails seen
In great nutntltles along the right of
way but tlmo after tlmo In tho courro
of a day's travel wilt be seen the
skoletons of passenger and freight
coaches burned when trains woro
captured or fired when trains woro
wrecked by dynamite or In collision.
Shippers declare freight aervlce Is
exorbitant In price and uncertain In
delivery to the extent of being almost
useless to shipper. Most of the
country's business Is said to be car
ried on through express shipments
also Is a dearth of workers luo to tho
railroad employee flocking to United
States to obtain high wages.
Some large concerns like the
American Smelting A Refining com
pany own cars of their own, furnish.
Ing cars, motive power and crews to
transport their products. Shipments
like hay and other agricultural pro
ducts' have not been moving In
months because of revolutions, high
coat of transportation and lark of
rolling stock except for military pur
poses. The cotton growers or the
Laguna district about Torreon, one
of the great cotton growing sections
of the world, this year are worrying
about bow they will move their pro
duct to tidewater for export to
' The present government, it was
said, realizes the necessity for Ini;
provement In the railroad situation
and plans large purchases of rolling
stock and other necessities, but rail
road officials declare tbeso purchase
will fail to be felt for months becvuso
the railroads of the United States
from whero materials must come will
need all that can be manufactured
i Klamath Falls, Oregon
SEPTEMBER 6, 1920
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Wild BiU Reed vs. Earl Ritchie
Klamath Falls, the Pride of Oregon t
Special event, Bobby Wagner of Seattle vs. Kid Hartley of
Yreka, six rounds. Also two rattling four-round preliminaries.
General admission, $2; Reserved seats, $3; Ringside, $5; war tax
included. Tickets now on sale at Jewel Cafe and Rex Cafe.
FRANK SMITH, Matchmaker
i WEATHER RECORD
MEDFORD, Aug. 31. The muni
cipally owned aviation flold at Med-
foad la to bo dedicated and named
the "Newell Barber field," on Labor
I day, Monday, September 8. This
field Is considered by the air service
one of the best on the toast and it Is
being named In honor of a Medford
boy who lost his life while In the air
service In France.
The dedicated ceremony will take
place at 3:30 at the field which Is on
the Pacific highway and about a mllu
south of town. This will be proceed
ed by n patriotic parade starting at
2:30 and whlchwlll terminate at the
It Is anticipated that thousands ot
automobile loads of residents of
southern Oregon and northern Cali
fornia will motor to Medford to wit
ness the flights to be made by the 10
OeHavlland and other light makes of
planea Immediately after the dedica
Captain Canaday of the local mili
tia with a corps of assistants will
have charge of the orderly arrange
ments of automobiles at the aviation
grounds Major Arnold, air sorvcle
officer of San Francisco, and Captain
Smith, officer in charge of the air
service forest patrol In 'Oregon, to
gether with air officers from Eugene
and Medford are co-operating with
the Medford chamber of commerce
and the Medford post of the Amer
ican Legion to make this occasion of
particular Importance and one worth
many miles of travel-to witness.
There will be a band concert In
the city park at 7:30 In the evening.
One of the crowning features of the
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SHIP YOUR CASES
or parcels by our transfer
service. That will insure
that they will bo. carefully
handled and that they will
always reach boat or train
on time. We don't believe
, in any last minute ship
ments. We alwaya get there
In plenty of time to make
sure the goods we carry will
not bo left behind.
Western Transfer Co.
410 MaJ St.
Hereafter the Herald will jabllsh
he mean and sasxlmusa tempera
tures and precipitation record aa tak
en by tho U. S. Reclamation aervlce
station. Publication will cover the
day previous to the paper's Uane, up
to C o'clock of that day.
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Aug. J i..
Tu- complete matinees every of-lernod-i
at tho Liberty, starting at
1:30 ,tnd 3:80.
GOOD t'ROI'H, ItKHCHUTKM
MARSIIF1EM1, Ore., 'Aug. 31.
Coos county cbeeso within a short
time Is to be standardised andln two
years will probably bo on the same
basis as that of Tillamook county.
Plans for spreading the fame ot the
product from this section are being
made by the Oregon Oalrymen'a
league, which controls the milk nut
put of tho suction.
During thunder and lightning' the
safest placo Indoors Is the middle of
T1ENI), Ore., Aug. 31. Deschutes
county Is due to have a bumper year
It projent Indications hold good.
Plantings of alfalfa have Increased
by 2,000 acres and sunflowers 600
acros, In many Instances the first
fcron of alfalfa exceeds the total crop
emrvctod last year and the potato
acreage, though slightly decreased,
romlirs on excellent yield.
legion at the Natatorlum and to
which 'ho goneral public Is Invited,
Tho ci nervlca officers and men will
ho gucnts of honor. The'docoratlons
of th( Natatorlum for this event will
There's a Difference
tho Western Plpoless Is
made by westorn men who
understand tho problem of
using soft root for home
houtlng. In the Western Is
nrabodled urvry good fuatura
of the Eastern furnaces plus
soft coal and wood gratos
soft coal flro pit largo
feed door high ash pit,
heavier dome, largo water
pan and dust collector and
Is made permanently gas
tight by using our wedgo
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TUB WKDOK HEALED JOINT.
this Joint permanently seals
every seam on the furnaco so
that dust or gas from a West
ern Plpoless Is Impossible. No
Jar can ever blow 'the coinont
let us show you how, the
Joints on this remarkable furn
aco are made.
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