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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 6, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
THUfiSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1921
Tombstones' for Pets
Two grand championships fell to
SIUb Obonclialn at tho, county fair
yostorday, his Shorthorn bull, Grand
Sulton winning a grand champion
ship, while Seaforth Quean, 3rd, took
grand championship for cows.
Tho flno exhibition of milking
Shorthorns owned by C. E. Craig of
Merrill wore' not shown in n class
by thcmsolres but wero Intermingled
with tho beef displays due to a lack
ot full classification of this variety,
Tho herd drew much attention tia
thoy wero headed by a prize winner
of tho Foothill's herds, which took
socond prlzo In Ha class a yenr ago
at tho stato fair. The Foothill's InrJ
la ono of tho finest herds on tho Pa
cific coast, it Is Bald:
Dairy cattle, sheep, hogs and
horses will bo Judgod today. Tho beet
cattle awards follew:
Senior Champion and Grand Cham
pion Dull, two years old and over.
Silas Obonchaln's "Lord Sultan."
Junior Champion and Qranl Jun
ior Champion Dull, under two' years
old, L. A. West's "Mountcrest."
Senior and Grand Champion fe
male over two years old, Silas Obon-
chain's "Seaforth Queen".
Junior and Junior Grand Cham
pion female under two years old,
Dale West's "Mound's Daronoss".
Class ft, Shorthorns
Lot No. 100. Dull, dropped beforo
'September 1, 1918, first, Silas Oben-
chaln's Lord Sultan; second, W. R.
Hammond's' Prince Charming; tnlrd,
F. L. Pope's Dutler'a foods.
Lot 102. Dull, dropped botweon
Soptember 1, 1918, and So'ptembor
1, 1919. First, J. B. En man's Scot
tish Cheney; second, W. F. Hill's
Hampton's Modol; third Frank Mc
Cornnck's Radiator, 2nd.
Lot 102. Dull dropped between
September 1, 1919, and' September
1, 1920, first L. S. West's Mount
Crest Saltan; second, F. T. Nelson's
' Whlto Prince; third Dorothy Short's
Lot 103. Bull! tenor calf. First
Waa.-CaaarsVa Leland's AVondoL). N
MsBbetltfon. A "v -'.
' " Lot 104. Bull, Junior calf. First
W. B. Hammond's Donna's Chief:
second, Frank McCornack'a (unnam-
er); third, C. H. Craig's Brigbara
Young. . '
Lot 106. Cow, dropped boforo Sep
tember 1, 1918, first Silas Oben
chain's -Seaforth Queen; second. F.
L. Pope's Red Buttercup; third,
Cbas. Mack's The Rushes Maid
Lot 106." Cow, dropped between
September 1, 1918, and September 1,
1919. First, W. E. Hammond's Don,-
B: secona w. n. Hammona s rn.au
. arch's Rose; third, L. A. West's Bon-
No. 10T. Heifer, yearling, dropped
between September 1, l?i9, and Sep
tember 1. 1920. First, Dale West's
Mound's Baroness, 2nd; second, L. A.
West's Roan Dutchess, 4th; third, F
T. Nelson's Miss Chalmers, 4 th.
Lot 108. Heifer, senior calf. No
Lot 108. Heifer, junior, Mlf. First
Silas Obenchaln's Sultan's Mamie;
.second, F. T. Nelson's Arbor M&ld;
third, H. C. Tipton's (unnamed).
Lot 11C. Shorthorn herd, bull and
two cows, over ono year. First, Silas
Obcncbaln; socond, W..E. Hnmmond;
third, L. A. West. '
Cows winning first prize In lots
105 and 10G compotcd for senior
championship, Silas Obonclialn win-
nlng championship with Soafortll
Heifers and calves winning first
prlzo in lots 107 and, 109 coinpotod
for Junior championship, Dab) West
winning championship with Mound's
Gbuw O, Gnulo Cattle
Lot 123. Three grade calves under
ono year get of registered, sire, beef
strain. First, Silas Obenchatn; so
oond, F. T, Nelson; third, IL C. Tip
ton, Lot 122. Grade calves under one
year, any brew, beer strain First,
Silas Obeochaln; second F. T, Nel
son; third, Silas Obenchatn.
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A graveyard for poU at HarUdalc, N. T, contains the rcnwlna of
3000 dogs, cats, parrots, canorios, horses, monkeys and other pets. Many
of tho owners aro rich and prominent. Somo are poor and havo spent
their savlngs.to honor their pets. Many are kept covered with beautiful
Old Ironsides to
BOSTON, Oct. 6. Tho famous
frtgato Constitution, now at. tho
navy yard, will bo transferred to
Ploasure Bay off tho South Boston
shore, where It will be moro acces
sible to visitors, if plans now being
mado by Roar Admiral Gloavis,
commandant ot tho First Naval dis
trict, and tho chamber ot commerce
are approved. The Constitution
has been at tho Boston navy yard
'for 15 years. Officials , estimate
that 60,000 persons havo gone
aboard during that time. The num.-
'ber would be greater, It is believed,
it the vessel was moro centrally
The Constitution was built at
Hart's .shipyard here, now Constitu
tion wharf, 122 years ago. Sho was
refitted at the navy yard la 190T.
Oregon, who rot u mod last weok from
a four months' tour of Scotland and
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foolish to be easy.
fool, and it's
I OREGON BREVITIES I
ALBANY Green caps must be
worn by Freshmen boys and green
hair ribbons by freshmen girls at Al
bany college from now until near
the end of the present year.
SAlklt A total, of 132.310 toer
sons paid' their way Into the state
fair grounds last week as against
80,118 during the state' fair held
hore a year; ago, according to the
official, report comploted late this af
ternoon, by, Jf B, MqCIIntock, cashier.
The recolpts this year aggregated
I106.7C4.30, as, compared with $90,
IK, a year ago.
BUQBNB Sixteen carloads ot
equipment of tho 91st aero squadron
ot tho Unltod States nrmy, who have
boon located In Bugcno during1 tho
past summer on forest flro patrol
duty, wero shipped to Crisscy field at
San Francisco, whore the squadron
will bo located this wlntor. Tho 11
remaining Do Havlland pianos ot tho
squadron hopped off Tuoaday for
tho new baso.
General Live Produce
FRESH;' MILK AND CREAM, BREAD
AND EGGS DAILY
;. Meat, Fresh
WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS
I CAUFORNIA NEWS I
SACRAMENTO Fruit exports
from tho United Slatoe for tho fiscal
yoar ondlng June 80, 1921, toll off,
In, a marked way, as compared with
the previous fiscal yoar. Fruits show
a loss of IGO.OOO.OOO of which f28,
000,000 was In canned goods. FUh
docreased by 123,000,000, canned
salmon nlono dropping by 113,000,
000 In valuo. Dairy products dropped
180,000,000 of which 963,000,000
was In condensed milk.
Delicatessen Every Saturday
The Market y have delicious Parker House Rolls,
, Mayonnaise Dressing, Beef Vegetable Soup,
Tomato Catsup, Piccalilli, Country Butter,
. ., Cottage Cheese, various Salads, Squash
and Pumpkin Pies and Mince Meat.
All home made. Home made
Egg Needles. Try any of them , ' ' '
once and you'll be
SAN FRANCISCO Federal agents
announced Monday they were search
ing near Princeton, San Matqo coun
ty, lor a liquor cacno.valued at about
1100,000, believed to have been put
ashore' from a taunoh ten days ago.
Patrick and Arthur, Nerll San Fran
cisco, garage owners, are under, arrest
ia connection with the liquor, it was
SALEM There wore 683 boy and
636 girls enrolled In tho public
schools of Morrow county last year,
according to a roport filed with J. A.
Churchill, state superintendent ot
public instrnetion. Of this number
IIS boys and. 142 girls were enrolled
in the high school.
SACRAMENTO Sacramento's re
putation for all-the-year-around cli
mate has added to itself new great
ness in the fact that the claim can be
made that trees bloom perpetually
The claim may sound a trifle far
fetched, but it can bo substantiated
in the occentric action ot a cherry
tree In the front yard ot P. H. Men
ken at 915 Elevonrh street, which
after 80 years of staid service sud
denly startled its owned by bursting
oat in full bloom. '
The blossoms are perfectly formed
ad re snow white. Tho tree is a
In Fruit and Produce Line
We have Summer and Winter Pears and Apples,
Peaches, Prunes, Plums and Bananas. Delicious
f ' Celery, Sweet Potatoes, Cucumbers, Squash,
Pumpkins, and all kinds of Vegetable
, Produce and Honey.
LIVE AND DRESSED CHICKENS, RABBITS AND
FRESH MEATS OF ALL KINDS
Workers may leave their orders with the Market
Master. Klamath County Farmers, why do you not
sell all your produce, through the Public Market?
E. L. CRAMBLITT, Market Master '
Ninth and Klamath
PORTLAND Scotland's bes,ut!fl
highland! castles now belonr mainly
to rioh Americans and manufacturers I
or scotch whiskey. - STOCKTON Lacking two years ot
Otherwise Scotland ot today, is. a halt century service with tho West-
rnucn like the country was 5 years
ago, according to, the observations of
John M. Scott, general passenger
agent ot the Southern Pacific lines In
orn Union Telegraph Company,
Jamos U. Sharon, for many ears
managor of tho Stockton office, will
retire Monday on pension
SAN QUENTIN Harold Wilson,
'20. serving four yoars on' a Los
Angoles burglary i conviction, was
stabbed to death In tho penitentiary
hore by Louis Koulourls, 30, a llfo
termer convicted ot murder In San
Francisco In 1915, according to pris
The stabbllng followed a motion
picture performance, Koulouris Idng
lng at the youngor man in tho prison'
hall aisle as thoy woro filing out.
. Bnckbedit Indian Tan Anuy shoos
for born give more milen for your
saoney. 'Rvans Hhoe Co. 4
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Ljneiqployment Cpjriference Opens
REVWIUtl POSITIONS NOT
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WASHINOTON, Oct. 6. The in
ternal revenue commissioner haw
advised Senator McNary that many
of. the important offices under Col-:
lector, of Interna). Revenue Huntley
are not sovered by the classified
el'vll iservioe, and that these posi
tion sjtay be, filled -without refer
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