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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 4, 1921)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATHf FALLS, OREGON
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1921
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FOR SALE Good violin, reasonable
P. O. Box 34. l-4
.WANTKD Work by tho day or hour.
Inquire at Hamol Apt. 8. 3-5
FOR RENT 5 room Iioubo, with
range, real cloao In.
4 room unfurnished npartmont.
121 No. 8tli. St. 4
IX)ST 36 x 6 Goodyear nil weather
tread tiro. Flndor ploaso leave at
-Charley's Place or Merrill Qarago.
Tochatior Bros. 3-5
Tho Imporlal Oarago announces It
has soveral used standard make
cars tor sale Fords, Dodgos, Bulcks.
Small tint paymont; balanco to suit
150 tons mixed rod top and wild
ay for snlo chonp Apply W. H.
Oaddos, Eaglo Ridge Tavorn. 3-10
FOR SALE 4 foot no. 3 lath. Just
the thing for light fonces. protec
tion around young trocs and numor-
Un other usos. Only $3.00 per thous
and ploccs. Also have a few 32 in.
Mth at $2.00 por thousand pieces.
iComo and got them. Pelican Bay
lumber Co. 3.5
On account of tho Klamath Garage
bolng closed. II. S. lloyco and asso
ciates will ,bo located in the fiiturn
at tho Imporlal Qarago. Will bo open
ovenlngs and Sunday's. "Tho Home
of tho Velio Agency." 30-4
DONE IN HER OWN NAME
Old newspapers for salo at Herald
CITY MAIUIAUK When you mint
garbage removed, call 10P.23.
FOR BALE Cheap, or will trade for
light car. Household furniture,
wow Including all steol Range and
keatlng stovo. L. D. Stephenson
141 South Rlvorslde. 3-S
Klamath Falls Lodge 1106, L. O.
O. M., Initiation and feed, October 6.
FOR RENT 2 or 3 room apartment,
81 J Oak St. 1.7
1 1020 Dodge touring car. New rub
bor, flrstsclass mechanical condi
tion. 1 1918-Bulck Four, guaranteed
first class condition. Real bargain.
1 1917 Hudson Super Six, a roal
bargain and guarnntoed first class
1 1920 Sovon passenger Chandler.
Like new., A real bargain with torms.
Inquire of J. C. WRIOHT OR
BUICK SALES AND SERVICE CO.
7TH. AND KLAMATH AVE.
FURNI8HED HO08E WANTED
tmn bat p s..tt ..!.... u ' 8even room houso, modern, furn-
-lI&Sll.? . Pr?'orred. Responsible' 'parties
Including winter's wood and po-1 ", VlrX 5T SSir
WT-Noar circus grounds on clr- idf!keBla n8wspRpor8 nt Hor-
.!! flaw ill.Mka. ...--- a !, V,A.t,J.
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IHIcatlon blanks for stato compensa-
A woman whUtiod at' a car, , "
lit Btojppod' with r' sudden, jork;
Hor whistle Was aj.fallurc-but' '
But her faco ij!ot In' Its work. -
liucklicclit Indian Ta Annjr nIioos
for boyn Ktvo'moro mUm'for your
monoy. Evans JJhoo Oo, ( 1 4
A Clattvlllud Ad will soil It.
PAINTS. OILS AND VARNISH
ff ice or Loo Dockr. S . in .'.IZ. -VJHJ '"
fit Mills AiM rK.B.w. w. K. ANU j, K. PATTERSON
m. mills nag, 1.4 m, ins itr - i .... .
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HI n OF
tlonal Association of Qardonors, tho
Amorlcan Orchid society, tho Amor-
lean Gladiolus society, tho Amorlcan
Sweot Pea socloty, tho Amorlcan
Dahlia society and tho Florist Topo
graph and Dollvory association.
A special priro offering 26,000
has been announco in tho competlon
among rose gardens. Tho four gar
dens with the highest rating will re
ceive $1,000 each, whllo tho ono
scoring tho highest numbor of
will receive a bonus of
Traondly of New York and Hor
man P. Knoblo of Cleveland, form
tho executive committee. '
HONOLULU. T. II.. Oct. i An
ther link that bound tho memories Jolnts
f the Old Hawnllnn mnK.rrli. t,l1000i
lands' present statuses a irrinr. PrlIea a,so aro crod for plants
Jf tho United State. nnrt h. ,. ,n owor' Pa,m" nd foliago plants.
ently In tho death of John Tamatoa f0rDS aDd Tar,0U8 othor c,aMes' Fop
Baker, who served during tho reign Eruwen, moru is a sop-
t King Kalakaua as governor and (atoprll0-A . ,.,
kiih sheriff of ih i.ua . tt .. Gcorgo Asmus of Chicago is
Baker'. rtna.h t.min. . , ' chajnnan of the exhibit William
llUeas. He had served for three terms ""Tf? f. f' J:. P'l
a thn hnnu. n Mn... ..i.. ..... ."" " iiuu, ffunn a,
eriiaps was best known by reason
t tho fact that ho posed for tho
tateu of King Kamahameha, the
First, which now stands directly
Across the street of tho native king
Kamehamoha was tho first chief
tain to unlto the Islands under one
ruler. His great decisive victory was
vor tho natives of Oahu, when his
forces drove about 2,000 Oahunns
ver a proclplco known as the Pall,
alx miles out of Honolulu, down 1600
foet into tho sea when tho Oahunns
Tefusod to surrender. Baker' was said
to resomblo Kamahameha stlrklnclv'
and this led to his" selection as tho
original of tho statue. I
Baker wo8 born on this Island In
18B2 and became 'attached to, thq
housohold of King Kalakaua, marry
ing Ululanl, a chloftess. Ho was made
a captain of tho household ijuard and
later adjutant of tho military police
und membor of tho privy council.
King Kalakaua appointed blm high
shorlff of .Hawaii in 1887, .his' wife
having boon made govornossof tho
Island, tho year provlous. In tho noxt
year tleofflco of go-erness was abol
ished and Baker was appointed gov
ernor, retiring in 1893. In, his later
years Baker travellod oxtenslvoly in
Europe and the south seas.
ated and table wore set tor about!
eighty persona. The remainder of tho
ovenlng was spent in dancing.
1 ' Miss Florence and Eva DUIard
spent tho wook-end in Klamath Falls
Frank Hod lor. who has boon em
ployed by tho Algoma Lumber com
pany has returned to rcsumo his
Tho Rev. Ed Milam of Klamath
Falls Is expected to speak horo noxt
Sunday morning at 11:00 o'clock In
tho Presbyterian church. All will bo
slon'ii rocommonatlons are finally
adopted thoro would bo no change
In tho Southorn Paclflo linos.
Tho Orogon Short Lino and O.
W. R. & N. company would simply
bo morgod in tho Union Pacific
which now operates thoso linos.
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POPULAR SPACIOUS LOBBY
At the Center of
II ROADWAY at 8TARK BT.
We suggest yo write, phone
or wlro for reservations
Arthur If. Moyors, Managor
Ilerald Washington Bureau
WASHINGTON, Oct, 4. Tho Inter
state commorco commission did not
concur In tho rolommondatlons of
Dr. Rlploy In his proposed railways
connolldatlon In which ho sueeestod
Miss Junla Young, one of tho highly, tho Conlrn, pnclfc nou,a bo
incorporated with ho Union Pacific.
Tho commission rocomomends
that tho present Union Pacific and
Southorn Pacific linos bo tho basis
of aoparate 'systoms.
' This rocommondatlon Is tontntlvo
'and subject to exbaustl70 hoarlngs
boforo tho commission and any con
solidations of railroad systoms Is
still years away. It tho commfs-
school teachora was a Klamath Falls
tdo j, w. Tayior ramiiy spent aun
day attornoon at tho Bowman home.
SOU-: IlFXniKATION X)U
PUPIIi OF THIH BOUOOL
Douglass Bussey was a' Klamath
Falls visitor Saturday.
Tho high school building was a
place of much enjoyment Friday
evening when soyenteon, freshmen
were Initiated. Stunts and tricks of
various kinds were enjoyed by all.
Tho cafeteria was beautifully docor-
HRDaEFIELD, Wash., Oct. 4.
doing 'to .school Is not without Its
Joys to tho children living along
Lake river near here, for oach day
they go and roturn homo by boat.
Tho school district employs two "kid
boats," gasoline, launchos, us well as
a "kid truck," automoblto, to convey I
the children. I
A high school studont operates ono
of tho launches on Lake river and
makos round trips dally between tho
municipal wharf and a ranch two
miles south.iTho othor launch runs
from tho city dock to tho boo.d of
Bachelor Island; slough and tho
mouth of Lake river, about ten miles.
Leave Your Filrcvs
Before 9 OkclpcK-Your
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KLAMATH FALLS OREGON mS
WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE
BUY THEIR DRUGS
Advertising pays. Try It and see.
Outbursts of Everett True By Condon
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iCLEVELAND. Oct. 4 Prnllml.
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Barv flrrmMmAtifa .mhhaa. a.a.
conduct one of the greatest flower
aoows ever held in this country here
mext March 22. Th show wll, cob
1150,000 to stage.' Prizes amount
ing to $25,000 will be offered.
The floral carnival, , which will be
known as the Fifth National Flower
show, Is held officially under the
Society of American Florists and
Ornamental Horticulturists, of
which Thomas Roland of Nahant,
Mass., Is president. Others behind
tho projoct are: '
The Amorlcan Carnation Society,
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EACH DAY A SPECIAL DAY, WITH A
PROGRAM OF INTEREST TO ALL
THE LARGEST EXHIBIT OF LIVESTOCK EVER
SHOWN IN KLAMATH COUNTY
October Sth, Chamber of Commerce Day
6th,. Farm Bureau Day
7th, Boys and Cirs Club Day
Florist Club of Cleveland, the Na-
tho Chrysanthemum society, tho
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