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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 2, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALL5, OREGON
Tho Pacific Tolcphono nnd Tole
graph Company Is Installing nnd will
opcrato for tho benefit of tho Hoso
Festival and tho thousands of visi
tors during Hoso Fostlvnl week In
Portland n sound amplifying equip
ment which will convey to nnd dis
tribute over tho Fostlvnl Center
grounds musical programs, address
es, announcements, etc., from distant
locations about tho city.
Two oxports from tho East havo
been In Portland for tho last two
weeks Installing tho necessary ap
paratus In order to furnish this
unique entertainment to tho visitors
during tho Hoso Festival week. Tho
Festival Committee Is arranging to
fenturo this apparatus ns tho means
entertainment to nil visitors. Hereto
fore an nddress or n musical program
has been avnilablo only to tho'llmlted
number who could crowd Insido a
hall or within tho rnngo of a speak
er's voice. With tho amplifying ap
paratus furnished by the Tolcphono
Company, a completo address or mu
sical program will bo spread over an
area of several city blocks and overy
ono who wishes to will bo able to un
derstand every word spoken and hear
every musical noto of Jho program.
Tho apparatus consists of a system
of motors, generators, wires, trans
mitters, amplifiers and other electri
cal equipment weighing several tons
nnd filling several rooms. The ma-1
chlnery I very delicate, requiring the I
utmost caro In Its operation. A drop I
of water nt a certain point or a pleco I
of metal tho slxc of a pin head will j
put the whole plant out of business. I
sltlvo to tho slightest chango In cur
aro very dollcately adjusted nnd sen.
sltlvo to tho slightest change- In cur
rent nnd rcslstanco In the circuits.
Each of Rio apparatus will bo vlslblo j
at tho Festival center, except'the sus-
ponded horns, and will glvo tho Ira-J
presslon of sound created out of tho
This apVaratus was given Its great
est outdoor test at Inauguration of
President Harding In Washington
March 4th. where tho volco of Presi
dent Hnrdlng In tho Inaugural ad
dress was distributed over a radius
of elx blocks from tho Capitol steps
and could oven bo heard "distinctly
on tho stfps tt tho Congressional Li
brary, moro than 1200 feet from the
Inaugural Platform. At all PrevIous (:!: we are now
nrcsIdonUal Inaugurations only a few, mailing, We are nOW
hundred people who wcro fortunato
enough to secure positions dlroctly in
front of and near tho Inaugural plat
form wore able to hear the Inaugural
address, but on March 4. 1921, with
tho ampllflor npparatus In service on
tho Capitol grounds 125,000 people
tho largest crowd that ever heard one
man's volco at one time, distinctly
heard every 'word of President Hard
ing's address. It Is this samo appara
tus which has been forwarded to
Portland and will bo placed In servlco
for tho entertainment of tboso who
attend tho Hoso Festival In June.
The offor of tho Pacific Telephone
and Telegraph Company to furnish
and operato this npparatus for the
Roso Festival committee will Insure a
distinctly new entertainment fcaturo
for the Hoso Show. Tho high expense
for Installation of tho necessary elec
trical apparatus has precluded tho
uso of this equipment nt any except
tho largest and most notable gather
ings, such ns tho Republican and
Democratic conventions last year and
tho Inaugurnl ceremonies for Presi
dent Hnrdlng. Tho noso Festival
committee Is to bo congratulated on
their success In securing this ns tho
greatest entertaining feature of tho
TULE LAKE HOMKSTILU) NOTIM
Mrs. Dlllard of Merrill, Is visiting
lier brother, Mr. Douglas Bussoy.
Mrs. C. N. Snow of tho Henley dis
trict, spent Monday with hor brother.
J. A. McComb.
Mr. and Mrs. Gllck and children
wcro guoBts of Mr. and Mrs. Ferriss
of Bonnnza Sunday.
Evcryono Is rejoicing over tho
- showers of tho past week. Crops are
looking fine In this vicinity.
Mrs. Mnupln Is recovering from a
covoro attack of pleuracy.
Miss Mary McComb returned to her
homo at Henley, having finished her
duties as toachor at tho Malln high
Miss Loulso Hatch returned Mon
day from a visit with her sister, Mrs.
Case, at Mt, Laid.
MALIN, Juno 2. Malln Is Just
waking up from a long winter's
Lawn and Garden Seed
sleep. BulldlngA aro beginning
mako tllemselvcs vlslblo nbovo
"""'" , I Auditing, systomntUlnjr, saw mill,
A. Kollnn. local merchant. Is hnv-(nccduntJnB ,, KCIlorn, ,,rnctlco.
Ing two bungalows erected by C C ,vnll UvInK8ton incorporated Ac
Jalo, carpenter. Ho Is also hnvlng tvoicolml(mt( m A st( arnn(g ,,
other houses oniargon. Anion ivrup -
kn and Vincent Jollnok aro tho car -
penters doing tho work of building.
Mr. FIrk'Is hnvlng a now butiKa
low erected for himself l" J. Klnch.
carpenter, from Merrill. Mr. PIkk.
who owns n gnrngo In partnership
with Frank Voss, states that the Kar
aite Is practically comploteil.
Hob Keltncr anil Albert Ptasll,
proprietors of one of the local Rro
cerles anil of the local butcher shop,
report that they have received the
machines necessary to mako Ice. The
machines wero ordered from Port
land two months ago.
A big celebration was held In Ma
lln on Memorlnl Day under the lead
crshlp of tho newly organized "Camp
Fire Iloys." All bH3lncs9houses were
closed In honor of tho occasion.
Spider Webs Cause
I1UEN03 AIltKS, May 31 (lly
mall). A largo part of tho telegraph
service Into the Interior of the coun
try Is Interrupted, ns occurs almost
annually at this time, ns n result of
weaver spiders whoso long silken
lines crossing tho wires causo short
Beginning Sunday, May
CTH & MAIN' ST.
Thono 370 or 54G-M
GEO. A. BELL
Dr. Lois C. Bridges
Over First Stato and Savings Bank
Sulto 105 Phono 102-J
Having bought the
moving outfit of True &'
prepared to move
houses or other heavy
Washburn & Houston
G. E. WASHBURN
Construction Work of any kind.
No Job too large or too small.
Estimates furnished free of
LET US DO YOUR COLLECTING
A number of business houses aro
saving tho tlmo of tholr bookkeepers!
and Individual collectors by letting
us collect thslr monthly bills. It Is j
tno moaern moinou. u cuts aown
your overhead. Get your bills ready
and wo win do tho rest.
MRS. T. II. JOLLY ..Cth nnd Mnln
Over Sugarman's storo. Phono 320W
Klamath Falls Plumb-ing-&
1173 .MAIN ST. PHONE B1.1-W
DR. T. C. CAMPBELL
PHYSICIAN AND HURGEOM
I. O. O. V. Building
Residence Whlto Pollcan Hotel
Residence Phone 5.
DR. O. A. RAMBO
I. O. O. P. Bolldlac
DR. J. G. GOBLE
Tho 'well-known Optician
now located In K. D. Block,
1313 Main. Phono 253-M.
EX-SERVICE MEN, ATTENTION!
Klamath Post No. 8,
American Legion moots
nt tho City Hall on tho
first nnd third Tuesdays
of each month.
Ex-sorvlco men nro Invited to nt-
I lend tho mootlngs.
For membership cards or Informa
tion ex-sorvlco moit nro requested to
sco or wrlto tho following otflcers:
J. II. Carnahnn, Commander.
Roy N. Fouch, Post Adjutant.
For relief of employment seo or
wrlto the Chairman of Tho Hellct nnd
Employment Committee, Francis
j Olds, caro Lakeside Lumber com
Klamath Lodge No. 137
I. O. O. F.
Moets Friday night of each wook si
I. O. O. F. hall, Cth and Main streots
II. II. Oglo ...... N. O.
Cuas. Newman V. a.
Q. B. Manguo Secy.
W. I). Cofor .Trens
J. H. Houston .'....C. P.
H. V. Brown S. V.
L. J. McCluro ............. ..Scribe
E. J. Mayer .Treasurer
TELICAN HAY BUS
Faro 25c each way
Loavos Hex Cafe Loaves Pelican City
7:45 a. m. 8:00 a. m.
12:45 p. m. 1:00 p. m.
5:00 p. m. 5:30 p. m.
Itcckanl Rent Scnrlcw
"Tho Best Insurance for Every Need'
First Stato Bank llulldlnc
Wo can servo you Insuranccwlso.
S32 Main Street Phono 91-W
Upp's Auto Service
DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE
Now Cars Klamath Falls, Oro.
DR. G. A. MASSEY
fourth o(l Plon Hta.
In Warren Hunt Hospital
Off. Phone 497 Ret. Phone 8M
L. D. Gass, M. D.
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
Warren Hunt Hospital Phono 407
Hen. White Prllcnn Ho'cl. Phono S
Outbursts of Everett True By Condon
How are vou, evernsTT '. I
YOU KMOw I'M WFOR y--
ANU OF CBUlSt
X GAt COOHT
1VOU HAVC5 Mmie
HouTC. mxr -.-j.jr
Finctp Trie spggoeRs is-revo or
- - -jX- UJr,iI'"s'."1cT OVJ.tN.Si SON
Leaves Klamath Falls, Mon
days, Wednesdays nnd Fri
days nt 8:00 A. M.
I.ciwos Bend Tuosdnya,
Thursdays nnd Saturdays.
Cadillac rnrs used.
Mnko resorvnllona nt Tho
City Transfer Office. '
K. J. HAOUHT
Phono 433 Gin Main
Lot us mako you a prlco on dig
ging that baiomont, or other ox
cavntlng you contemplate. Wo also
do team work of ovory description.
Let Your GLASS troubles
C E. STUCKEY
Re-Glazing and Cabinet
Eleventh and Pine
OFFICE OVER UNDERWOOD'S
Plume (V.10-J. Seventh & Main
Dr. Itnud Ingcrsoll llawley
First National Bank Balldlng
Entrance Room I
DR. L. L. TRUAX
WARREN HUNT HOSPITAL
liny I'hnnr. 4I7 Night Phone, WW
HAW .MILL ENGINEERING
DmlRiiers nml builder of mod
ern wih mills, planing mills and
box plnnts. Dredging. Pllo driving.
Office Comer Spring mid Oak
Near S. P. Depot
SCMOIMG THCM TO 1AV
IT TO MC JUOGKS,
1 Tl sj j-Jj ayM.M
, f CIGAR STAND 1
all kinds of tobacco
o . - o
E The E
" CENTRAL N
a HOTEL t
A L GUY GARRETT, Mgr. L
tu Steam Heated M
( Transient $1.00, up p
U Weekly $5.00, up u
all the latest news '
Tako nut (Vllnrt or I'll! In Iit
.117 .Miirllinrr Si. Phone .IILIV
Offlce Phono 177W Res 177R
Dr. H. D. Lloycf Stewart
Physician and Surgeon
Klamath Falls Orngoo
E. G. Wiiecanror
Dr. P. M. Noel
Hcreath aad Kala BtreeU
!NEW CITY LAUNDRX
"Put Your Dudt
In Our Suds"
Mntn and Conger
E. D. LAMB
PHYHICIAN AND BURGEON
Rooms 1 nnd 1
GOODS OF ALL KINDS
OUR PRICES RIOIIT
Wo Ruy, Sell and Exchnngo.
Cor. Sixth and Klamath Avo.
IIICK'H & CO.
Inatrnctlons In Piano Playing by
Expert of Many Years'
Apt. t. Helms Apt.
Klamath Falls Cyclery
We aro boro to sorvo you, and
aim to sorvo you rleht. Motorcyclos
and Ulcyclos, Parts and Acossorloi;
Tiros and Tubos, that will stand
your Inspection, as wo carry the
host In our lino. Ropalr shop In
connection with Ilarloy-Davldson
1010 Main St. Klamath Falls
O, E. DISMARK
Shampooing, mnrcollng, massag
ing, manicuring. For appolnlmonts,
phono 30C, Whlto Pelican Hotel.
$ FACTORY SHOP I
I -f .Mallri'SHcii Mndo and Ho- J
;T puircil, upholstering Cratlug, f
I pucklng. T
if j. i:. iiitA-iTON, rnop. I
I 7(:i H. Ilth St. Phono 1(17. f
Your Watch Keep
511 Main St.
Practlcnl palntlni:. kIMIiiit. bronx
ItiK. I'linmolliiB, kutsomlnlnR, wall
paper cleanlnK and genoral con
II. C. TUTIIILIi
Phono 183 C3C Oak St.
J. V. CLEGIIORN
CIVIL ENGINEER AND
Phono 102J 133 S. Rlvorsldo
IxramU Uldg., Klama'Jt rails
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
Office and Residence
I. O. O. F. Temple
Klamath Dye Works
OUIl GLEANING, PRESSING AND
REPAIRING WILL MAKE YOUB
LOOK LIKE NEW
Goods Galled for and Delivered
81 Main Street Klamath Pallu
124 So. Sixth St.