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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 26, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
MONDAY, SKPTKMBKB SO, 1031
The Evening Herald
T J. MTJIUtAY..
Publlihed Ually except Bandar, by
ITka Herald Publishing Company of
Baaath Falls, at 119 Eighth Street.
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tared at the' postoff Ice at Kla
IMth rails, Ore., for transmission
through the malls aa socond-class
OF THb ASSOCIATED
.The Aaaoelated.Freia.la exclusively
bstlMedno the use for republication
t aH.nawa dispatcher credited to It,
m, ,aot otherwise credited In this
aiar, and also the local news pub
Swar .herein. ,. . . ,
ifONDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1021
BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Sept 36.
Birmingham will celebrato Its fiftieth
"anniversary Oct. 24 to 29 with an
"exposition and historical pageant de
pleting the development of the
' Booth's leading industrial city from
the building of Its first houso in
1871. Today the city haa almost
reached a population of 200,000.
'President Harding has arranged to
visit Birmingham on this occasion,
pending tho entire day of Oct. 26
here. On his arrival he will ride at
the' head of a parade in which ail
the' military units of tho state will
participate. His guard .will consist of
1000 members of the American Le
gion In uniform.
Later In tho daytho President will
he the chief speaker at tho laying
of tho cornorstono of the now Mas
onle 'Temple hero, which has been
under construction for nearly a year
and will cost $1,000,000. Tho event
'Will bring togothor membors of tho
fraternity from all over tho South,
and a number of its dignitaries from
President' Harding will also' mako
an address' at Birmingham-Southern
Coliego at, exsrlscs of welcome for
the college's new head, Dr. Guy E.
The pageant will bo a record of
Birmingham's remarkable Industrial
development. Its chief episode will
show tho mining of coal, iron oro
and limestone within sight of tho
steel plants of tho city, fabrication
of plates for shipbuilding, their
transportation down tho river to a
subsidiary of Birmingham's steel in
dustry that builds great ocean liners,
which in turn carry tho city's Iron
and steel all ovor tho world. No oth
er city, It Is said hero, equals this
combination of favorablo circum
stance. i Other episodes , will depict tho faith
of tho pioneers In naming their vill
age after tho great English manufac
turing center, their unshaken confid
ence after the crash of tho first
great boom, tho acquisition of the
Tenncssoo Coal Iron and Railroad Co.
by the U. S. Steel Corporation at the
tlmo of the 1907 panic through the
assistance of President Roosovolt,
tho ten? yoar period starting with
1900 in which .trie city grow from
38,000 to 132,000 and its transition
since 1910 from a sourco of raw ma
terials to a mnnufactury of all kinds
of finished Iron and steel.
0'BIUE.V FUNERAL- HELD
Tho fuueral of Frank O'Brien,
who dlod last week at tho county
hospital, was held this morning
from tho Whltlock chapel, tho Iter.
Father Molloy officiating.
Santa Rosa Plana
Pork for Burbank
SANTA nOSA, Cal Sept. 26.
Ground-broaklng exercises for San
ta Rosa's now $3,000,000 Burbank
Park will feature this city's Home
kComlng Festival being held this
Luther Burbank, plant wirard,
who Is to lay out tho gardens In the
park, wU movo tho first, shovel of
dirt. Tho park will occupy a 40,-acro
tract adjoining Santa Rosa, to the
FINED 5 FOR ROW IN
BHATTY POOL ROOM
Johnnie Hutchison, proprietor of
a poolroom at Beatty was fined 1 5
and costs In the Justice cout for
using a billiard cuo on the porsons of
Oscar Barkley and Floyd Brown on
3, ; , ,
A fly walks, In proportion to its
size, thirteen times aa fast as a man
THE NEWSPAPER MAN
By EDGAIX A. OUKST
(Dedicated to my friends, tho nowspapor mon.)
Bit of priest and' bit of sailor,
Bit of doctor and bit of tailor, '
Bit of n lawyer. And bit or detoctlro,
Bit of a Judge, for tils work is corrccUvoj
Cheering tho living and soothing tho 'dying,
Risking all tilings, even daro-dovll flying,
Truo to, his paper and truo to his clan
Just look Iilm over, Uio nowspapcr man. '
Sleep! There awcn'tlnW that ho'U do with aillUIe,
,Work till his nerves and his temper are brltUo
Fire, cannot daunt alni, nor long hours i disturb him,
Gold cannot buy him and threats cannot curb bimj
Highbrow on lowbrow, yoar own speech ho'U' hand yon,
Talk as yon will to him, ho'U understand yon;
He'll go wherever another man can
That Is tho way of tho nowspapcr man, '
Surgeon, 'if urgent tho need be, you'll find him,
Ready to help, nor will ditstneaa Mind hunt
He'll give tho ether and never one falter,
Say the last rites llko a priest at ,tbo altarj
Gentle and kind with tho wek and the weary,
Which is proved now and then wh his keen eye grows teary,
Facing all things in life's curioas plan
That is tho way of Uio newspaper man.
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One night a week may ho rest from his labor,
One night at homo to bo father' and neighbor,
Just a few hours for Ids own bit i of leisure,
All tho rest's gazing at other men's i pleasure,
All tho rest's tolling, and yet ho. rejoices.
All. tho world is, and that men ct bo voices
Who knows a calling more glorious than
The day-by-day work "of 'taoj newspaper .man?
(Copyright, 1921, by' Edgar A. Quest.)
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LOST At Huckloberry patch. Ronn
horse branded with halt moon on
left hip, and bay horse, diamond "C
on loft shoulder. Send information to
(loo. Wright, Chlloquln, Oro. Reward,
WANTED Woman for gonoral
housework", Call at Clerk's offlco
court houso botweon 8:00 and B:00
LOST Between Klamath Falls and
Long. Lake, package, containing
dry goods from Mob's, Storo. 'Finder
loavo at 'Apt. 206 Winter's Bid.
WANTED aralnthaullog with B ton
track- van aaK. ;i 20-1
Soldier Grandson of
Klamath Chief h
Buried With Honors
SILE7TZ, Or., Sept. 26. The body
of Private Paul Washington arrived
hero lost Saturday and Sunday at
tho Methodist Episcopal church a
short address was mado by Rov. Wal
ter Ross, pastor.
The funeral was a military one,
conducted by, tho Aldon Abhoy post
of tho American Legion At T Vrio
chargo of th. firing squad and Kit
wood Towner sounded taps, Tho ser
vices were hrgely attended by the
pcopta and ox-sorvico men.
Paul was the son of Isaac end
Emjiy Washington. Ha was tho
grandson of Eubchlof Pushwiab, ono
of tho bravest of tho Klamath wur-riors.
Llouteaant C. F. -Lock-rood had 'year.
At tho beginning of this year Can
ada had a total trades union' mem
bership of 373,842, a Blight decreases
from tho figures of the preceding
FOR SALE OR TRADB Ono A No.
1 Bicycle, wilt trado for a hoy's
slxe or sell for cash. Address Kilo
Cook., Nowa boy, 429' Commercial.
A good bed and a good bath at
Colonial rooms, 11th near Main St.,
and 741 Walnut Ave. 96
FOR SALE 9 m. 12 Hartford Saxony
velvet tug, A fumed oak -Library
table, 1 two burner Florence oil
stovo, 1 child's whlto enamel bod,
221 Washington St. Tel. 832. 26-1
WANTED FEMALE irELP Refined
educated Cathollo woman, interested
In church extension, to do several
months work along this lino. Salary
21 per week Olvo phono and ad
dress. Address X, Herald office.
FOR 'RENT Heated sleeping room,
bath adjoining. Rent Reasonable.
522 Klamath Ave. Call after 6.
FOR RENT New 4 room
Call 441 Michigan Ave.
FOR SALE OR TRADB 100 acres
of well Improved Willamette val
ley land for Klamath Falls farm. A.
Wclnorf, 930 9th St. 26
FOR RENT Oct. 1st, Two family
furnished house, close in. Phono
WANTED Good reliable lady to
stay with, children for ono wcok. Stln
son Photo Shop. 26-27
FOR SALE) Choap Tho army storo
.building; to bo moved. Oct.. let.
Prlco 11260, S2G0 cash, bal $50 per
month, Intoroet 6 por" cont. You poo
plo with vacant lots, horo is a ehancn
to got $50 to $75 por month rent,
Tho Klamath, Oarage on 6th street,
brick building, 60 by 104, stool root,
cornor on alloy, lot CO by 104, 6th
street paving all paid in full, $2500
worth of machinery and tools in
cluded, everything, for $12,500;
$1000 'cash, bal. $200 por month,
int. 6 per eent. Buy this and pay rest
to yodraolf .and have something to
show for your money. You can't dup
licate thla lot and building for the
prlco ankod nnd (ha 'tools and nines
Inorr thrown in, I wllUbo In Klam
ath Falls Friday, or boo It. 13. Smith,
roal ostato dealer, ho has authority
to mako tho papers for you, W. W.
O. K. H. NOTICE
Rogujar mooting of Aloha Chapter
No 67 O. E. 8. Tuesday, Hopt. 37,
Mason lo Hall Visitors welcome,
KATB D. 'PEYTON, W. M. 2$
Stated communication of Klamath
lodgo No. 77-A.F. ft A. M; will b
hold this ejenlng-at 7:30. 406 Main
St, Oood attendance la expected, L.
L. Oaghagon. Secretary. ' 86
Mako that kBo dollar work I
it in tho bank.
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'Before 9 OcIocK-Ybur
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THE KLAMATH GRAIN EXCHANGE
Sole , ( affency fo r the largest Western
Will buy your grain at top market prices
for cash. See or phone
BOLDISCHAR AND VOCHATZERj
Malin, Ore. and Klamath Falls, Ore.
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Why Rob Your Home?
By doing without a VicitroTa,' Piano or Playerpiano you
are robbing' your home of Musicone of the most en
joyable of home' pleasures. .
Many people carelessly say, "I can't afford a mu
sical instrument," while in fact they can easily pur
chase one with the money they are practically throw
ing away. ,
When you know that nearly three years' time is
4 given in, which to complete the purchase of a piano or
playerpiano, and as small an amount as three dollars
a month for a good Victrola, you can readily figure
the covnenience of our purchase plan.
We get in this world, just 'about what we plan, work
and save for so there is no better time to look over our
stock than "right now" The' many sales being made
each week is the best evidence to us that Quality, Low
Prices' and Terms do get the business.
Again we say: "WHY ROB YOUR HOME?"
JEARL SHEPHERD GO.
Only Exclusive Music House. .. 507 Main, Phone 282-J
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