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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 29, 1920)
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The Evening Herald
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Herald Publishing company 01
Falla, at 111 Fourth Street.
stand at the postoBce at Klarn
Mi Falls, Or., for transmission tMru
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PRIZE WINNING LIST
(Continued rrom page 1)
ASHLAND, Ky Sept. 29.-A.ted-
cral government conducted under co
ordinated powers of the constitution
and always taking the whole Amor-
lean people into its continence, waa
pictured today by Senator Hardin Ib
a speech hero as an Idoal toward
which the Uepubllcan party would
work If returned to power.
MILLWOOD. West Virginia, Sept,
29. Senator Harding's train narrow
ly escaped being seriously wrecked,
when the trucks of the car In which
tho senator was riding broke down
The car was derailed. Although no
ono was Injured Senator and Mrs.
Harding wcro badly shakcnup.
11.50; Mrs. Ray Pickett, embroidered
of pillow,. second, 75 cents; Mrs.
Ray Pickett, moat artistic sofa pil
low, first $1.50; lira. C. M. McClel
laa, log cabin quilt, first $3.00; Mrs.
H. W. Barton, hand, made garment.
first $2.00; Mrs. I. Sexton, hand
Bade garment (by lady orer CO
years) first, $3.00; Mrs. Ray Pick
ett, most practical kitchen apron,
first, 50 cents; Mrs. K. O. Cumgotngs,
pair hemstitched pillow slips, first,
$1.60; Mr C.'M. McClellan. hem
stitched tabic cloth, first and second,
$1.50; Mrs. C. M. McClellan, patch
work quilt, first $1.00f. Mrs. 6. E.
Morrison, handkerchief, tatting edge,
first. 60 ceata; Mrs. sUr Pickett.
baadierchlef. crochet edge, first. 60
cmu; Mrs. Raj Pickett, fcaadker-
cuar, lace eu; nrat is. cental. Jars.
U Sexton, pair, saltteos; first 50
emta; Mrs. 8.E. Morrlara, tw yards
Klamath Falls, Sept. 27th.
In your Issue of September 3,d,
In publishing the names of the board
of directors of the Good Government
League, one of the names appear
"W. T. Elliot." when it should Btc
been "E. L. Elliot." Mr. .W. T. B
Hot k very desirous that a correction
should be made. r'
R. A. BMMITT!
Cheyne. knitted ahawl;&flratl.00; jBANKER RETURNS TO
aury i-nernciaaiea- aniue sweater, rnDUCD nnrktTCCCirtai
T Jmm m laWeV &sBkWaXsrl
first. $3.00: Mrs. L. Sexton, child's
knitted sweater, first. M.00: Rosa
XUg, crochet center piece, first.
Fred A. Baker, who was a lawyer
Mrs. Caroline Llskr. crochet : h,rn' h wim . hnkr n.
-- ww -w -". mm VSp bww
ffiJfV'! 7i!'' 7kSrwrfd the process by which he be-
K Unrrlmn . nHlr flral. 1Z.K0;
ifr v custin. wMter. second 'came a banker and returned to the
11.35; Mrs. L. Sexton, bedroom sllp-law again. Mr. Baker was admitted
yen, first, $$.00; Mrs. R. C. 8hort.jto practice law In Oregon at Port-
IfM VJ I. tToIfr Iri.h fliet I -no ,1 weeB-
yoke, first, f.M; Mrs. J. WWrney. Mr. Baker quit his position In the
filet crochet yoke, first, $1.00; Cora -First Bute Savings Bank several
Wbltney filet etoehet "yoke, second. jweeka M0. Mr. Baker was formerly
"etsd "EplBOnS: lET."" tn ' dement the de-
K. s. Beweu, sroeaet Donaoir cap, aee-j'"""'" " "
oad 35 cental Mrs. H. P. Thomas, jUa, D. C, and also
lace lunch elMM. first $3.00; XW-Wrtment of Justice. vHe entered .the
Clinton Parker, battenburr water;? , ,.,-.. iin.ni. , nUT.
piece, first IJ.OO; Mary .Sheen, la- ! Profession In IlHnols and prjic
faat'a set. flMtand secesidi $1.80;,lfe in that state before-entering
sirs, jas aicenure. crocnei ra rns;. me goverament service.
tit. $1.50; Harry BarUn.U-, within a'short time" Mr. Baker In
9iv riroBcr. iirsi. vA.tfv, jsra. i-.
ner. table raner, second, 76 cents;
Myrtle Butler, tatting yoke, first,
$1.00; Mrs. A. C. Duncan, tatting
yoke, second. 75 cents; Mrs. Lavenla
Watters. exhibit by lady over 60
years, first. $15.00; Mrs. H. B.
Thocaas. exhibit by lady over 60
years old, second. $10.00: Mrs. Clin
ton Parker, exhibit bv lady under 60
years, first. $10.00; Mrs. C. E. Trlnk,
exhibit by lady under (0 years, sec
ond. $7.60: Mrs. W. H. Barton, ta
pestry, first, $l.p0; Mrs. W. H. Bar
ton, crochet night gown, first. $2.00;
Roaa Xing, quilt, first $3.0$: Mrs. A.
Turner, quilt.' second. $1.00:
to establish a legal practice
Roller skates were invented In
horses are sometimes
shoes made from shark-
nay Pickett, dresser scarf, first. $1:
Mrs. R. C. Short, crochet box, first,
ii. oo; Mrs. It. C. Short, infant'
skirts, first. 50 cents: Mrs. M. J
Mrs. Whitney, pillow shams, first. $1.00
DECLARES "VARIETY OF PRODUCTS" '
MEANS PROSPERITY FOR FARMER.
PRINCE ALBERT. SASK CM I
Hamilton, the new minister of at;ri i
culture of Saskatchewan, struck ll.t
i keynote of western Canadian agri
cultural development, when he said
, recently: "I am convinced that the1
I prosperity of the farmer dependf
on a variety of products on the
' Under the stimulus of this Idea,
western Canada cra-lually It mer
trine from a past, cf bonanza wheat
into a present, of diversified farm
ing. With dairvlne. beef cattle.
horses, hogs, sheen and ooultrv to
depend upon, the farmer no loneer
faces disaster if his wheat cron
falls short. He has censed to carry
all his eKBS to market in one
Dairying has shown remarkable
growth. This Is due not onlv to
Kovernmental educational cam
paigns but to the establishment of
creameries In scores of towns bv
co-operative farmers' societies with
government financial aid. These
'creameries furnish ready market
for the farmers of everv district.
These convenient markm, in turn
have given an added impulse to the
building up of first class dairy
herds. v 1
While this Increased) Interest Is
apparent all over western Canada.
yet It Is developing with the great
est rapidity In that portion of the
prairie provinces which to being
Most rapidly settled. That Is the
area contiguous to the transconti.
Rental line of the. Canadian Na-
ftlonal Railways It to a well-
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great national park which is natur
ally adapted to diversified farming.
There Is scarcely a farmer In tills
stretch of territory who does not
keep at least a few cows and mar
ket milk and butter. Among the
new settlers, dairying and livestock
raising ars becoming increasingly
important sources of Income.
Formerly western Canada Im
ported vast quantities of batter.
Now it makes all its own butter
and exports almost as much as it ,
once Imported. Much of tts .
oort butter roaa to tho UaHsd
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KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
' ENDORSING REKBUCAH FLATFOtM -
The topl ef New HpjnpvRlrc Bar naeBtbutBi
Senator Moses by 12,000 majority.
In Wisconsin Senator enroot nnomhutcd hy
Georgia renominates Senator Watson la order that
he mnv fight the Wilson League ef Nation.
All of these senators, two Repablleaaa and a Demo
crat, are being supported by the people of their MYeral
(talcs because they hold the United States ef America
ii hove the snper-ntnte proposed by President Wilson and
' " "-vllclnt,. Cox.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
TUB WOMAN'S 8KW1NO CLUB Of
tho Sacred Heart church will mt
Thursday nttornoun at tho home of
Mrs. Benedict on Johnson Ave. All
members and friends aro Invited.
WANTED Olrl or mlddlo aged
woman to work for board and
room and bo company for elderly
lady. 209 Klamath Ave. " J9-30
FOR BALE New Oliver typewriter.
Inquire 210 Main St. 99-4
FOR SAL,H One 1918 Maxwell In
Al condition at a bargain. Will
take good Ford In trade. Klamath
Falls Auto company, 1157 Main St.
FOR 8AI.E Ono Maxwell touring
car. $250; In good condition. J. H.
Oarrett ft Son'agarage, Sixth St.
FOR RHNT Nicely furnished room!
use of phone and bath. Phone 435.
8AVB MONEY Hew make, nearly
sew. cream -colored wicker baby
rarrlir. for sale chean. Act onlCkly.'
Owner leaving town Monday. -3U
Nortn Stn. Phone &iz-j. aeiau
O. K. Transfer.
-For sale. Inquire
WANTED Logging truck to haul
logs, $3.00 per thousand. Oood
roads. Big Lakes Saw Mill, K. J.
Jenkins. Phone 1IF2. 29-5
LOST A Canton cord tire 32-4 andJ
rim. between Klamath Falls and
Chlloquln. Reward It returned to
343 Ninth St. 29-1
BARGAINH IN VHRD OARH
One almost new Reo Speed Wagon,
best bny lathe city.
One seven passenger Studebakeri
One Ford' delivery wagon. Just
One Btudebaker delivery wagon. ,
One Bulek delivery wagon. ,
One five nassencer Btudebaker.
Ouo Ilulck chassis. Just tho thing
for a bUK.
Wo also Imvo ono now Colo S
Sportster niul onv flvu MssnRor l.ox
Ington, tho car Hint won tin 1'lkcs
I'nik hill cllmliliiK contest , Como In
niul sea us at 30 Main street or
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fect condition. Will trado for city
property. Inquire at new building
6th and Main. 29-fi
MltS. IIAItlttrCT TAVI.OH U1TON
as vice chairman of the Itupulillcun Nutluoal Executive Cos
A classified Ad will soil It.
leti. is actively enguxad In urguiililng Republican women throughout
lb country and who predict nn overwhelming women's vote for Har
ding and Covlldge.
In patterns that are built to your liking, in shapes that are convenient, and
handy, and modeled to be the best fit, for the modern and handy kitchen
We have them in Gray, White, Blue and the new one, Scotch Granite.
Anything you may want from a dipper up, then back again to a Coffee Pot.
See them in our window we are only able to display a 'few, but the lines
are complete and varied. vt
5-10-15 and 25c STORE
You can buy
today at an average of
25 less than in 1910
Goodrich Tires today are sold by good dealers
everywhere at, a lower price than in 1910 and
what is more to the point in this comparison,
Goodrich Tires in 1920 give on the average nearly
double the number of miles per tire
The Goodrich adjustment basis of 8,000 miles
for Silvertowns and 6,000 miles for Fabrics at
today's prices give motorists twice the mileage at,
less cost per tare.
FABRIC TIRE PRICE
IZE I9IO TOPAY
3QXS 25.45 I9.IO
30Sfr 3385 11.20
314 46.65 36.8Q
34x4 65.35 53.K
35x5 I 82.75 J 65.35
Jldjuttmtnl laiti i Silvtrtown Cord$,loooMiUi FabrleTi'rtt, 6000 Mil
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DANNER-PiVTTY MOTOR CO
DIAMOND TIRE A VULC, CO.
Sold and Recommended- by
X H. GARRETT at SON
KLAMATH FALLS AUTO CO.
R. R. R. GARAGE