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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 3, 1921)
MON1MY, JANUARY 8, MSI.
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
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Tho Itornlil Publishing Company of
KlamMh FnlU. at 110 KlKhth Street
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mnth Falls, Ore. for transmission
through tho malls as second-class.
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ot all news dispatches credited to It.
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Sapor, and also tho local nows pub
MONDAY, JANUARY 51, !'-
If one went Into a flower store
and asked for a dozen LI-KI tho
florist might be putiled. Hut that
li what Confucius called tho
chrysanthemums when he wrote
about It over In China somo 500
years before Christ was born. And
that's how old at least tho chrys
anthemum Is, something llko 2500
Thn "mum" season Is on In Ameri
ca., and tho great shaggy blossoms,
Jn a scoro of improveu ni ..j
blended colors will bo sold by tho
hundred thousand In the season.
It Is tho football flower above all
others. And hundreds or green
houses aro filled with the nodding
blossoms that will add to tho gay
tty of scene on football fields all
OTer this country
Age has bettered rather than dc
...! thn beauties of the bloom.
Tho Japs havo known It for at least t
2000 years. But In earlier ccntur-
les It was not the Imposing mammoth
head hundreds of years of cultlva
tlon has brought It to be. It came toi
Europe from Japan and China some
tim. in tho 17th century, and the'
florists of those days begin Its In
tense cultivation and developed the
largo flowers from which havo come
down our chrysanthemums ot this
The name ltsIf Is from the Greek,
and really means golden flower,
hlch Is not far from a good descrip
tion In tho light of the Brest lemon-and-orango
colored blooms with
which the florist's shops are tilled.
The young man, too, who prices
the beauties for his dearest one, also
becomes ot the opinion that the
mums are well-named the "golden
flower." but that doesn't stop his
purchase, for Is.she not berselt.worth
all her weight In goldT
Wilson ;noves out In March, but
he'll leave a trunk full of problems
for Harding to solve.
. Having had an egge-for breakfast
the humble husbandman goes forth
to his toll feeling like a millionaire.
John Burroughs beat Henry Ford
at tree-chopping. Now Henry ought
to get John Into a crank'lng contest.
One Is not staggered by? the quan-
tlty or quamy oi me oivuj .
tap at Geneva.
League of nation! Is under fire
gain. This time the Lithuanians
took a shot at a peace commission.
When It comes to making elections
lively Greece holds an edge on Florida.
A. man advertises that he owns a
dancing ape. Must be a shlmmy-pan-zee.
The selection of temporary offi
cers of the musicians' union took
place In the labor council ball yes
terday morning, Paul T. O'Dowd be
ing named as. president, Itobert A.
Nltcbell as treasurer, and Mrs. Sarah
Osborne as secretary. These officers
will hold over until tho regular elec
tion which will bo held about tho
middle ot this month, and perman
ent officers will bo seated on Febru
In the meantime a by-laws commit
tee is at work, and complete arrange
ments are being made to launch the
organization fully equipped to do
business the first of next month.
About 20 musicians attended the
COUNTY ID STUDENTS
VISIT MAM.N SCHOOI;
1 MAUN, Jan, 9. Th6 Union high
school was visited Wednesday by
three students from the county high
school. Tho visitors were! Neitl
rpk Keilla Elliott and Mary Bmldl.
Tho students took advantage of tho
Christmas vacation at the county
high school and came to Mallh to
spend a few days. They also at
tended tho Firemen's danco that was
given hero yesterday.
WRDNKSD AY BARGAIN DAY WEDNESDAY BARGAIN DAY WEDNESDAY BARGAIN PAY WEDNESDAY jr.
This pngo Is an Innovation for Klamath Falls. Its purposo Is
to provo to tho peoplo ot Klamath county that tho merchants of
Klamath Falls can compcto with any other mercantile establish
ment, no matter where located, no matter how roseato may bo
painted In catalogues tho goods offered for tho purpose of Induc
ing you to send your money Into othor markets. A atani iloat
has been said, pro and con, nbout mail-order houses. It Is tho
belief of tho Herald that tho only way to convince tho people that
they can buy ns cheaply nt homo Is to show them. It was this
426 Main Street
Regualr Price $3.50
Bargain Day Price $2.95
ANDROSS-CLOIIER STYLE SHOP
707 Main Street
Regular Price $3.95
Bargain Day Price $2.45
JWI GOODS STORE
1136 Main Street
- BLUE DENIM COVERALLS y
Regular Price $4.25
Bargain Day Price $2.75
727 Main Street
MEN'S DRESS SHOES
Regular Price $12.00
Bargain Day Price $6.95
BRANDENBURG'S DRY GOODS STORE
423 Main Street
LADIES' SILK HOSE
Regular Price $2.00
Bargain Day Price $1.49
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125 South Sixth Street
POT ROAST with Potato Pancake
Regular Price 45c
Bargain Day Price .....35c
122 S. Sixth Street
BEAUTY PINS ,'
Bar-gain Days Price ...v..,..., :....5&e
Ninth and Main Streets
Regular Price $5.50
Bargain Days Price $3.85
DEER HEAD GRILL1
619 Main Street
TOP SIRLOIN STEAK
Regular Price :75c
Bargain Day Price 50c
J. E. HE & CO.
Sixth and Main Streets
. PELICAN COFFEE
Regular Price, lb 50c
Bargain Days Price, lb 40c
Tenth and Main Streets
40-lb. Full Size COTTON MATTRESS
Regular Price $15.00
Bargain Day Price $11.00
GERTRUDE & CO.
527 Main Street
5MNCH SILK RIBBON
Regular Price, per yard 75c
Bargain Day Price, per yard 35c
TRE GIFT SROP
709 Main Street
Regular Price $10.00
Bargain Day Price $ 4.50
GOLDEN RULE STORE
411 Main Street
Regular Price $5.00
Bargain Day Price $2.98
1016 Main Street
WHOLE OR HALF HAMS
Regular Price, per lb 40c
Bargain Day Price, per lb 32c
806 Main Street
Regular Price, per pair 39c
Bargain Day Price, per pair 25c
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122 S., St!
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JpnNfrsnAY RARC.A1N DAY WEDNESDAY BARGAIN DAY WEDNESDAY BAKUAlNDAY WEDNESDAY