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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 4, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
$1925 Fair Council
Will Gather From
i All State Thursday
t HAMMf, Hoiit., (J Orocon'H 1025
nxiibtilllim will tin nlvon Itii statu
iiinnlf IcntKMi, whim it cotiforonco of
rotri'imntntlvoii of fttory t'otin'ty ' ln
tho jiluto will lio huld .) tliu ,Mnllo
mfth Hotel In I'ortfuiiil oil Snpioutbor
H. ( (lorornor Olcott has rnvortnd
linrk to ttm wiir days In tliu sulocllon
oMhn comnilltoti bullnvliiir tlmt those,
leaaors in enen county who so, sue
(ssfully served toriliico OroKqti to
the forefront In alt TJImrty Loan, and
other wnr works, would ho best ndnp
Ifil'to dnrlsn ways nnit mean for fin
ancing ttm nrnnt Urouon exposition,
tK addition to ctilllnK for tjin co-J
oporatloa of tlm warlnaders In, each
county, tlm Uovornor has Increased
tho, numtmr of counsollors nt ttm
ineetlnit by rcqunstliiK several state
wldo nrxanltatlnns to send thrro do
All tlm preliminary work In build
In' up tlm foundation for tho expo
Mltlon orKonlzntlon wos dono liy tlm
pooplo of Portland, tint nit noon an
Congress passed tho hill authoring
the exposition and It was slnod liy
President HardlnK, thus Klvlnic tlm
eiposltlon thn governmental rocoicnl
tlon which Iniiuri'd Its nurccss,
Coventor Olcott nrtcd upon n pro
determined plan to hnvo somo of tho
host brains In tho itatn not tocothor
and put In offocl on offlclunt coopera
tive plan which would provldo tho fin
nncos nwivwary for tlm successful
building up of tho exposition,
Tho mooting of Soptembor 8 will
di'tirinlnn tho financial sropo of tlm
exposition and thn best moans for
riilnlnR hn money; It doubtless will
rndravor to provldo n moans hy
which every hamtet, village, town
Htid city In thn stato will hnvn Its
purt In tho exposition, that every
section of tho atato may ho repre
sented In the undertaking thn great
est" inovimunl In tho history of Oro
non for tho cementing of tho Interests
of vtbo statu In a grand, plan for It
Will Buy Grain for
' Big S.JF. Company
,'A-nrala buying partnership tin
hern' formed hy LouU lloldlschor of
Malln and George, ,W, Votchnttor of
th'tsMtr Thry", will buy for tho
('.lobe Mllllntc company of San Kruu-i-lsro,
onn of tho largest Kraln hand
llni:' concerns In tho country. All
kinds of' grain will tn hmiKht at lop
UotutIms.' Whcnt will ho purchased
on.'federal grades. Kor othor grains
c a in pi (vi, tn ant bv submitted.
rMr. Ilaldlschar's office will bo In
tbn Malln Stnto Dlink at Matin, of
which ho la cashier. Mr. Volchatxor
VIII4 have an offlco In tho llaldwln
warehouse, near tho local 8. 1'. stn-tlon.
strong point. Kolliwlng tho sjts,
n coinpllmonlary dlnnnr, In honor of
tho . Modfonl' visitors, was served
nt tho Wlilta Pollcnn hy (ho local
Kile lonnls players.
Peruvian Colony is '
1). McMnhon, "who wont to Pom
sovornt montliH ngo, writes from
Limn, iuiUImk Thn Itnrald to wnrn
friends nKulnnt emigrating to that
country. Other local pnoplo aro In-
torotitod In tho I'nmpa del Sacra
inonlo colony In which Mr. McMa-
"All thn Reed land In f'oru In
taken," hn Hays. "Thn land that Is
promoted for tho colony la not hub
ttnblo. It U heavily Infcntcd with
iiioN'iultocit and roptllrii and hroodir
fuvor, Thin tnnd la partly covnrnd
with wntor during tho rainy aoa
non, It In nothlnR but a Junglo. Af
ter chmrlriR, Home parta of tho land
can ho planted hut pack mulea aro,
thn only .moans of transportation."
Tho railroad Is not likely to ho
built for flro or ton yearn, says
Mr. McMahon, as It a very difficult
proposition to build a road acros
ttm Andes mountains.
"I have paid thn prlco to como
hnro and acqulro this Informstlon,"
ha says, "so uso your own Judgment."
i 1000 Kor Halo, my Iloo Bpood
wiucori. tlOOO: conditien: you en a
nak any ono of tho thirty-two picnic-
kors who rodo Labor Day rrom boai
lundliiR to town oir ono load, Call
Arcado Hotel. S-8
KOK 8AL1 1920 Kord coupo, Reed
tlnm and paint, looks and run llko
now, Inqulro Ilox O, O., Herald. ,
FOlt IlKNt 3 room Apartment. St.
Kramiln Apartments, ground floor-.
Mrs. Andnmon, C28 Uak stroot. , 3
Kako that laio dollar work I Put
It In tlio bank.
I NEW TODAY
KOIt HALK Klrnt )Tar high school
KdiiitiiI sclcnco, algobra, Latin and
Kiir.llnh. Inqulrn llcrnld office. -lo
KOIt IlKNT Nicely furnished room.
furnacn hunt, connoctlng phono and
bath. Phono 135. 6-7
KOIt HALK Al paying business, now
nnd second hand good. Hnap to
right man. Will sacrifice Ben Dick,
Gth and Klamath. C-9
HKK DICK, th and Klamath Avo
All goods at Auction prices. Wn can
show many good things, ITiivo a
look In. -D
( A good bed and a good bath at
Clonlal rooms, 11th noar Main St?,
and at Colonial annex, 741 Walnut
Avo, All outsldo airy rooms. ' t
WANTKD Carpenter and plasterer
wnntod to nxchnngo work for wood.
Tot. 342W. Inqulro 419 10th. C
KOH HALK OR THADK Practically
now Kordson Tractor. Will trade
for good small car. Tol. 342W ,
KOH HALK- Limb and body wood.
Special communication tonight
(Tuesday) at 7.30 o'clock of Kla
math Lodge, No.' 77, A. F. k. A. U.,
work In tho Knllow Craft dogroo. By
order of Win. L. Oaghagon, Socy.
ATTKNTIO.V, MAHONH. .,
Kpeclal communication of Klamath
l-mlvn tin. 7?.. A. V t, A. M . Wfld-
-" n- --w. ,., . , - .. .-
nosday, Hoptember7, at 2 o'clock p.
m. and 7:30 o'clock p, m. Work la
Master Mason. Dinner at White
Pelican Hotel, 8:30 p. m. Hy order
of W. M. h. L. aaghagon, Secy.
Hpeclal communication of Klamath
Lodgo, No. 77, A. F. ft A. M Friday
nvnnlng, Peptombor 9 at 7:30 o'clock
p. m. Work In tho Bntcrod Apprentice
degrco. Ily order of W. M. L. I
Uaghagnn, Secy. -7-8-9
Ylfn Mll.l. H llt.ML M MahiI. .nil
iiaIvIiIiA,. tn Hn nn,A,.liill. if tllAlT
klndnesH and sympathy extonded to
us uuring our laio aoroaTomonu
Mr. ana Mrs. J. it. corori ana
KOIt IlKNT -2 room apartment with
prlvato hath, Kellogg Houso, 816
WOODCUTTKKS WANTKD Cut by
thn cord or day. Closo In. Tolo-
phono 312W or Inqulro 419 10th St.
Make that idln dollar work! l't
It In tlio bank.
FOR HALK 7 room houso, 200,00,
I&00 down, balance llko rent.
C room plastered houso In Mills Add.
$2000.00; samll amount down, easy
terms on balance,
3 room cabin and targe barn on good
lot Cheap, ,
40 acres. Closo In: under ditch.
wuler right paid up, The, prlco .Is
(lood Chalmers car for sale or trade. 1
t. il w.vrri.iiH
Itojil KMalo --
Maui Phone S70T
WANTHD llrl for housowork.fam
llyofthreo. Phono 189. 6-8
Downey Better Man
' Is" General Opinion
JKILSKY CtTV, Sept., 6 Whllu no
decision Is permitted under tho Now
JJrrsoy law, tho majority of tho news-
,'l'niniromn present wnro of tho opinion
, JthnUIIryan DoMiioy, of Clovotnnd,
outpointed Johnny Wilson of lloslon
In thn 12-round bout hold ymlerdny
to mttlo tho dispute nvnr tho world's
tnlddlnwolRht Imxlm: tltlo. In thn
Ihreo last rounds Downoy floored
iWllson twlro ntiil claimed tltnt thn
VnL'rreo's nlow couuil'it; prvvonlod
llllm from .iiinnxllnt: thn title.
Tennis Sets Are
Decided A Draw
Tenuis was tho sport which hold
f,thn attoutlon of tho local Klks Sun-
duy, Thn Medford Klk" toam com-
p'osed of Raymond Fish, Uustor
'"Coloman, Hornco llromloy nnd O. C.
Lommon arrived Sunday morning
'nnd w'oro at onco tnkon to tho lodgo
ronmrf whoro thoy woro given a
i warm wolcomo.
In tho bIiibIos, preliminary play,
Medford carried off tlio honors,
llromloy defeating Kpporson, Fish
winning from StovonBon, Lom
mon -winning from Dnkor, W, O.
' yan Kmon was tho only Klamath
plnyor to win In this P)ay taking
Coloman for tho entire ,boL
In tho finals, tho' doubles foil to
, Medford, llromloy and Coloman
,' against Van Kmon nnd Mason; Ilrom
' Joy and Coloman vs Halt and Wltoy.
f Hall nnd Wlloy won tholr sot
, against Fish and Lommon,
Tho final boIb of tho singles' woro
' declared n draw, If nil boat Ilsh;
J Mason won from Lommon, and
J llromloy dofoatod Wlloy,
, ( Tho championship la still a mat-
er to bo sottlod, nnd It Is posslblo
that thoaota will bo postponod un
1lrhwft, yod"r. Spoct'a'tora any; that tho
play was even as to Individuals,
but tho doublo woro Mcdford's
CHURCH LADIFH TO MKI-TT.
Tho ladles of tho Emmanuel Rap
tint church and friends will moot at
thn homo of Mrs. Heeds, 11th and
High streets, at 2:30 p. m.. tomorrow,
(Wednesday) for Whllo Cross work
for thn Ilaptlst hospitals In the
Tho work will hn shents, pillow
cases, buby hlnnkots, bnndoges and
babf layotlos. Vou aro Invited. 6
WANTKD Third year High school
books, civics, 'physics, nnd typing
drll book. Inqulro Ilor.ild office.
WANTKD Olrl for gonornl houso
work In smalt .family. Phono 401
WANTKD--Woman nnd dnughlor or
two wom'ou to cook for small crow
In logging camp. Ilox N, Horald of
Aefbne jjbtf eyts!
KOR IlKNT I room furnished upart
mont. Phono 273J. C-8'
FOUND Sunday, pair of glasses In
enso. Owner may havo samo hy
culling nt Horald Offlco and paying
for this ad. C-7
TIIK TURN1CR APARTMKNTS, 812
Oak St., Twb furnished rooms,
wood, water, light Included, $25.00.
Kldnev. liver, bladder and uric i
. w . w
troubles ara moat danfferoum tu.
cause of their insidious attacks
Heed the first warning they giv-i
that they need attention by taking
The world's standard rtmsdy for thsss
dlsordsn, will ofun ward off ihtss dU
Mt and strtngthtn lbs body gaiosl
furthsr atucks-Thrtt slut, all drunlMs.
tMh k bus UU UUtl oa U
Vbuve Stmckt Ricfht
' when you Light a CAMEL
Your taste will tell you that! For Camels
have the flavor and fragrance of choicest tobaccos,
perfectly, blended. They're smooth and mellow
mild. W . 'And there's' NO CIGARETTY. AFTER
We put the utmost quality, into this one brand.
Camels are as erood as it's possible for skill, money
and lifelong knowledge of fine tobaccos to make a
That's why Camels are THE QUALITY
L J. IIISOIDJ TA c,
POPULAn SPACIOUS LORBY
At the Center, of
HROADWAY at STARK ST.
Wo suggest yo write,' phono
or wire for rescrTattons'
Arthur II. Meyers, Mnnagor
have just received a
carload of fine monu
ments and markers, all
new designs. Stop and
look them over. '
G. D. GRIZZLE
?Nunj GRANITE WORKS
1040 Main St
' l, ; -.
t AaJ I iiMl I yj$s-A1
t-ORKST FUIGS DRIVES to abandon McCrath. Tho altitMsjs:
VOPUIiACH FROM TOWNS I Is reportod to be growing worse.
ST. PAOU Minn., Sept., 6 Two , . , ".
towns. White Pine an dSolana. hare Mk Piaao "
been abandoned because of forest
fires M a precaution against the loss , Make o.t Idle'uoaar work! r
of ltfo and It may bocomo necessarf lit n the boout. .
"After Every Meil" ,
All ' over tb !world Ptortf
osc this toody
well as Its
,G CHICAGO I
clean breath aKiIEI
r- t i
Sealed Ticht Kept Rlttht