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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 4, 1921)
TUH8DAY, OOTOBKB 4, 10S1
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Her Clothes the Talk of Europe
With atknowlidgminli t K. C, M,
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the Human Horseshoe !
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- KANSAS CITY, M6., Oct. 4. Ac
commodations,! for correspondents,
representing the biggest newspapers,
magazines and nows distributing
agendep In the country vwlll 'biy pro
vided daring tho convention , of (tho
American Logfon ho'ro October 31
WoTombor 2'. The lilan devised, by tho
convontion oxocutlvo commltioo calls
for''u' prcM-box' Ih'o ontlro length of
tho'stac'o,1'T'lth' a passage leading un-
t Jtfur1 fhof spenkor's stand to ra prcss
' ttbn there typewriter; Will bo pro-
W'WW.4, vjwbvbtlVI TU lUUIIIfilttVU tUU'
vnines una oporaiorg ai specially in
stalled topograph, keys.
Nowspopor men, provided with
cards, that vouch for their credentials
may go freely, back and forth from
tho press box to tho press room. Sten
graphic reports, of tho convention
rococdinis Will bb transcribed in
"tnkos" which will bo turned orer
to tho ArrtorlcnnLcBlon News Service
desk, Whore tho copy will he edited
4oVn to what might Interest, the
iiewdpapor writer. The edited copy
-will be rent, a page at a time, to the
tnultlgrnpji machine beneath tho
stage, where it will bp stenciled and
"rauttlgr.iphed,. and tho copies sent
hack th tho press box. to be, distribu
te to tho, nows correspondents.
JlntloV 'the plan an adequato run
ning story of tho proceedings will
reach tho 'press box on an average of
twenty minutes behind actual hap
fienlngs ontho convention floor, ac
cording to Chester T. Start, chairman
Herald Waahlagtofi Bureau
WASHINGTON.- Oct, 4. Appro
TrJatkn of. ,1100,000,000 for road
wauaing, ut .im amwuoi, or thoae
KM Ker ;atrylag to solve the
I "B?10Bl W1CT n wejt pelat
t -tp. rad,. tuIdIaf,'a,on.c,r thvlest
$CMilM"and most Immediate 'WaTHJiqkolehao,:' the native word for Is
Swarnment can logically make to
vat. men. ,tor work and money Into
The Townsead highway bill baa
vaaacd the senate and la not very,
4Mercnt from the Dowell bill which'
Vaaaed tbe house. One of the first,
talags to come' up when the bouse
Tecoaveaea will be a conference re-
ort on these, two bills.
The most oseentlal difficulty to
Mat the houio did not make any ap
propriation while tho senate bill ap
propriated 175,000,000 for' general
fead eonatractlon and' $15,000,000
mora for forestry land road.
Btattw to Be Aided
t Om general road eoastracUoa
aea state to receive assistance- must
oatribute dollar for dollar; thoaga
taa senate bill makes provision for
aa addltloaa sum 'from, Jhe. federal
Omtt UndaV, within' the V several
atatea, which do not pay state taxes.
Both4 ie senate and the house
ll have,' the administration in the
aadf of, the agricultural depart
ment, the agricultural bloc in the
ate refusing, to .stand for a pro
vision placing all road, .building In
the hands of, an Independent high
Stnto highway departments are to
elect the primary roads which mast
"be Interstate in character or form
connections with interstate systems,
'and the secondary roads must be
1ntercountyln character to get fed-
Resistance In House
Tho groat problom in the honae is
'to got acceptance of the conference
-report providing for tho approprla
tloa voted by the senate.
The houso Is on rocord against
tho senate initiating any appropria
tion in a legislative bill, and here
tofore insisted on having tho' appro
priation commission sponsor all ap
vrepriatlona In separate bills.
Treasure from the administration
aai from the unemployment confer-
neaa la so great, however; that an
meepttoa may be made la this, case
asad aa agreement reported by
wrtik the Dill eaa be flnUhed aad
aent ta -the president for algnatare.
la that event the department of
aKrlcBltureiia" prepared' to eo-dper
ate' wjthian 'atatea wishing to'balld
Whw9aB4.Maay ahould be
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1 A new picture of Mrs,- Henry. Smith-Wllklnson, of London and Paris,
and her youthful husband. She Is noted throughout thrco continents
as a lavish spender and bcr maimtflcont clothes furs, gowns and hats
are the sensation of. Europe. It Is reported that she will vUit America,
I IS '' AHIIIW
HONOLULU; T. H.J; Sept. 25. (By
Mall). A new word 'Okolehaolsm'
-came lntof being here when it was
Inscribed pon ar' death certificate
recently a the. cause of i maa's
dethi, Tfcla. th, first tie oa.wwaa supported by atatemenU .J rora
cordipfflcUla said,' that tbi' wtord
lan4 gin of high alcoholic content;
ever has appeared; on official docu
"Okolehao," or"oke," aa It la
known more -familiarly la distilled
from Its rbotplno kpple rash,,poUto
peelings, or from almost 'anytnirig
(elso that 'la close at hand, according
to, official. Indulgence "okolehao"
in the terrltory'has become'' so wlde-
spreaa mat it nas causea tne terri
torial administration grave concern.
A full page advertisement on the
subject recently' appearedUn the pap
ers! here, paid for, by" a comblaatloa
of basks, business houses, churches,
private schools and other latereata.
New Bleuses: Are Riot pf, Color
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J8' COmDOSed Of liuraminiialw
r,M aUvired wooden beads.
EZry?w& ?bVao stoaastot ursatrich- .
St? SETTS? "SF ciM,''Ttt'toiinvvrort tirtf
It was hoadod "Honolulu vs. Okoloha
and appealed to readers to "help wipe
away this sraudgo on Honolulu's
Tho "okoloha" eltaatlon became bo
acute that Oovornor Wallace R. Par
rington called a public conference at
a park here at which means. for end
ing th) traffic in Illicit liquor won
The gorornor's proclamation said:
The commanding officer of tho
Hawaiian department of tho army
has appealed to tho governor of this
territory to exert tho'lntjuooceof his
office toward the better enforcement
of the proalbltioa act Tale appeal
jtho wlonecoaimandlnt; tho Tflpler
general military' hospital that 'alcoh
olism and its effects aro becoming
worse each month, aad apparently
okolehao and such drinks can be ob
tained readily by soldiers In Hono
lulu'. "During tho teat twenty-four hours
besides an ordinary. number of drun
ken, men, there have been three very
bad cases of fracture treated at this
hospital, 'with a possible fourth, all
beastly drunk. It la only a short timo
since death followed an alcoholic de
bauch. . j
"The power of an aroused and in
telligent public opinion la the great-eat-
force that ,ca . be brought to
bear to protect the Integrity of the
nnwr wun aiivor
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constitutlou and to support, the, en
forcement of outlaws answer the ap
peal of the officers of the army and
navy and with full confidence in the
law-abiding character of our cltl?
coos, I respectfully cell into public
conference taU,cltlMa of Hbnolulu
willing to'aaalat the officers In the
successful enforcement pf the prohi
NOTIOB OP MUCRIfya SALK
By Virtue Of aa OXOCUtion In fOre -
closure duly laened'by the Clerk of
me uircuu uoun or ino uouniy oi
Klamath, State of Oregon,, dated the 1
j.om uuj oi Depiemoer.. 19Z1. in a
certain suit In tho Circuit Court for -
said county and state, wherein John
P. McAullffe; as plaintiff, recovered
juuBuoui. aBouisv am u. Duauanun,
Mary Shanahan and John Bbanaban
for the sum of 117,986.69, with in-
terest thoroon at the rate of 8 per
cent por annum from' April 2, 1921,
attorneys fees In tho sum of 11809
and costs and disbursements taxed
f. u t ' . ,.. . . ..
Notice Is hereby glren that I will
on Wednesday, the 26th day of Octo-
bor, 1921, at tho front door of tho
county court( house for Klamath
County, Oregon, at Klamath Falls.
Klamath County, Oregon, at 10
O ClOCk In tho foronoon Of said day.
sell at public auction to tho highest
uiuuor, ur tana, ma louowinK uos-
" iT. - ' vrajrmxT, to wit: . , ,
All of section 36; oho, beginning'
at the northeast' eorner of the north--
THE KLAMATH GRAIN EXCHANGE
Sole agency.' for the largest Western
Millmg concern. ,
Will bay year grain at top market pricmt
rorawi., a or
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I ORRTAINLY was bora.
UNDKR A lucky star.
FOR iWTANOt'the thaa.
PU A iuro thlnff tip.
AND BOUGHT Slippery
FOR A healthy risa
AND FOR seven daya.
I HUQQED the Uekar, ,
AND' COULDN'T slee.
ONCE IT lumped two
AND I walked on air.
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AND THAT very dar., k t,
l'AW a'slgri'.,l i
IN A cigar stapi. )
THAT SAID "SaUsty."
IT O.AVE mo a hnnoh.
,TO BEMtUlCed.'! ' '
WITH WHAT. I'd tot
AND NOT hog the deal
SO I phonod my broker.
TO SELL mo out
AND THE very next day.
SLIPPERY ELLUM slipped,
SO NOW I've gottea.
BACK MY bonds.
AND BABY'S got new afaoes.
AND NOW mr rtjruUr tmdkm
ARE THE cigarettes.
THAT "SATISFY." .
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west quarter of section two, thence
south 210 feet, thence west 140 feet.
thence north 210 feet' theaee eaat
along, -the north line of said taction
S to the place, of beginning;., the
south half of the south half of tho
south half of the southweet quarter,
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the southwest quarter of the south
east quarter, the south halt of the
northeast quarter of the .southeast
quarter, 'aad thai north haltlofctho
southeast quarter of the, southwest
quart or lection 157. the 'Southeast
quarter of section 26, all In township
S8.. Honth nf ranrn 14. aa nf fha
Wlllamatta Ifaridlan; h imnth hair
of the southwest quarter of tho north-
west quarter of section 1, township
37, south of range. 14, eaat of Will-
amnttn hat An tha nntihn.)
quarter of section 6, tho east halt of
the northwest quartet' of section sev
en. all In townshin 37. unnth nf nnn
io, east of Willamette Meridian: the
north half of tho south halt of tho
northwest quarter of the eoutboast
auarter: the north half nf thn mirth
half of tho northwest quarter of the
southeast quarter; the south half of
tho north half of tho northeast auar-
ir ui uiu Buuiueasi quarter: tno
B0Utn ha" of the nortn hft" of tho
northoast quarter of the southwest
quartor, and tho north halt of tho
Bouth half of tho northoast quarter
of tho southwest quartor, of section
13, In township 39 south" of rango 16,
east of WHIamotte Meridian, all of
aald landu linirrnal nmnvWn.l.
cated and sltuatod in' Klamath Coun-
ty. Biata or nnmn. tabnn anil imj
upon as the property of sold defend'
antb pursuant' to said 'execution, or
as much thereof as may be neceeaarr
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WHENEVER you ret that
-Satisfy" hunch, play it
Steer straight for, the naarstt
stand and invest in Chester
fields. This, combination of flae
Turkish tobaccos, blended with
Burley and other Domestic leaf.
witl give you a new' measure of
cigarette. enjoyment You're
luck from that day oa.
toaAUaff the' aaid Judgment afaea-.
Bald, with interest .thereon, ,
aey's fees, coala.and.'dlsburseaiMta.
aforesaid aad accruing 'costs of ails.'
Daled'Sept' 27, 1921.
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.Sheriff of KtaawthCoaaty, Oreg, ,
' hr BURT B. HAWKJNS, DewaJy.
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