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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 11, 1921)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON n n II V fl T ?v " ' " mVAm IWI?
-CONFIDENCE OF OIL
(Coolnued from Paso 1)
to speak. JHo jto a briof but
ChorousUIy tuomprohenalvo account
f Hire "work dono on 'the Siemens'
rwell, tho dlttlcutltlea encountered
Hb pen6tntllssv the various forma
tlona and tho gravitation from
Qiope lo Year and back again las
ttfaese aiiricnltlos wero encountered
tand '.irunnonntcd. Ho pofntod out
'that whoreas tho stock In that com-
3anjr "had originally been offered
at one hundrod dollars a .share, It
-was now rated at oaj thousand
dollars and that tkero -fraanot any
tfor male even at lhat price.
Oilier speakers were. W. W,
Baldwin, of the Baldwla Hardware growers
'Co., O. D. Burke, of the First Na- Tentlon
MUST. NOT SPEED-UP
VOit NINTH STJIKKT GRAIIK
Traffic Ottlcor McLaughlin has
stated that orders hvro boon Is
sued to stop tho rockless paco
which autolsts uso whon going ,up
Ninth stroot In tho evenings. Some
of tho motorists within tho past
fow days havo "speeded up" for tho
Ninth street grado so thai a car
crossing tho intersections would
have llttlo chanco ,ot evading tho
oncoming car at the best and fatal-
Ales mar result wnless tho practice
IO. A, C. Gradaata Wlaii la
Vrgvtablo Orowcrs Ooatnit
OIIBGON AGRICULTURAL COL
LEGE. C0RVALLI3. Nov. 11.
I Second place In the national celery
contest held bf the con
of National Vegetable
Clonal Daak, Attoraer MUU. Oeo. Growers' association In Albanr, N.
"B. Chamberlain, areaeat manager T.. was taken Ay Frank D. tad BI--ol
the ceaipur aad.' B. U. Ram- mo B. Chase of Bogeae. Elmo
asond, tha wel fcaswa raacher. I Chase Is a graduate of tho college
The latur electrified the meeting la vegeUble gardening, and Frank
ad seemed to saaM the gaaeral 'feel- B his father, to so confirmed a
lag extant whea fro' said :"I Kara lis-1 patron of O. A. O. short eoaraw
aae4 earefall ta everrUiag said that he attended the first one ever
mm tonight. ( am not aa oU man. (held br the college aad ha aU-
omn a sheep herder shoe U -mr. tended everr one slnca,
Easiness, but I WW aar thU emphat-
allr f hava st ret sold mr wool DKMCATE PARK AS A
Down t6,tho sounding son,
And over tho rolling wave, , i -
Wont forth tho .sons of tho mighty West ,
Tie stricken lands to save;
No coward's volco .was heard to chide,
No craven sought to lag, ' t
As o'or tho shoU-torn" flolds of Franco i
They marched with tho starry flag.
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wtack. ytra can ralf aaoa air dotag
It was ot poaslMe for Ooologlst
MEMORIAL TO SOLDIMD DSAD
GRASS VALLBT. Cal. Nor. 11.
I Ob Armistice Day the people of
VB j. . ... . . .Z !-- - ..-.- ..--.,, ...
ypwaraio do present ustajgat but dedlcate one of u,, m09t Mt,Bf
S! 2L- i!tter W,Ch W" "d br beautUul memorial. ' to the
Dr. Ooddard. It was much in the dead ,nd ntlntd ,oldlery ret
ZS,?!?9.9?1."? " by any California town.
atoas, and ta the opinion of those ,f rnn. ' . Jxm.,nr nmrtt n,
2?:e.rirfd0"'.a:.er, ten -acres, splendidly improved and
C.... ."-"wed to afford relaxation to all
No attempt was made to dispose of lr0UP ot people-)
ny stock last lght but the Merflll FREB "siOONING" PLAnORM
people will oe-walted upon later byj KLECT8 YOUNGSTOWN MAYOU
a eompany ropresentaUve for that YOUNGSTOWN. Ohio.. Nov. -11
--T V . " George L .01 es. who came in
conclusion of the mooting was that fpnm ,h -," ,w ' mn,u. -
inn. .iiffi...u. , .-. .. trom the country threo months ago,
-T7- ,h f m. " . ",'""? establishing a residence in a hotel.
sti In the further financing of tho . . . . .
.has been elected mayor after an
SIlLITATtY ITVITH nv O A. r
AtiR niVRM mnu nniiu: for Permitting "spooning"
OREGON AGRICULTURAL COL- PrU and a prom,8a io tUrn hU
XEOE, CORVALLIS. Nov. 11. '"' ow t0 f"ltr' .
"Major General W. M. Wright, (com-'
blander of The Ith corps area, and DEMOCRATS PAUL TO PUT
ctlng chief of staff in the world OVKK F1"rv VK OBKT SURTAX
-war. who inspected thi R. O. T. C. WASIIlNGTONNov. 10. Demo
mnlts today, paid a high compll- crats ,n the housejfalled today in an
anent to the college, saying It not ttompt to force an Immediate vote
only has a national reputation be-
cause ot its educational achieve-1 GET
inents but because of the efficiency - ' -f .. ' ,.
of the military training given. Col. Maten 8 VlUmon Tablet
T". C. Alorrow, head of the R. O.
T. C Washington, D. O., told hlra
some time ago, that O. A. C. had'
tho "best and most representative
M. O. T. C."
No terrors' of tho Argonno wood, "l"
Nor mud ot tho nolsomo trench, v
Nor death, nor tho shriek ot bursting shall
Could the fire ot their ardor quench, ,
And they marched as Caesar marched; v
And with his legions won,
O'er the self-aame fields' ot Oaul
To smite the barbaroua Hun. '
Did the Marquis thrill in hts moldy bed ' '
When the general said, "We're here?"
But the stubborn Teuton, under hta spike,
Trembled with sudden fear, -
For he saw before his serried hosts
The Allied Armies meet.
Aad he'knew that the men from over the sea,
Had never known defeat.
To-day as heroes we weleome them
To farm, to shop, to mill.
IB the war with wrong, as In Argonne,
They'll tight with an eqnal will.
Unspoiled by honors bravely won
Their glory shall never cease
The spirit that led In the hell, of war
Shall triumph on fields of peace.
Capt. O. C. Apptegate.
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eccentric advertising campaign, on
a platform which Included, plans
WIG TUP MURPIir CONVICTED
OF PliANMNG MAIL KODDKRY
CHICAGO, Nov.' 11.' "Big Tim"
Sfurphy, former state representa
tive and alleged " gunman, was con-
YirtfA at nlnttlntr IIia f livAji tintiil.
red, and sixty thousand d9llar matj .Single AdmisSlOh 55c
ERNEST J. POWELL
8:00 P. M. Not. 12.
rekbery last April,
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For quality meats at prices consistent with the
'full weight and the. service we render.
Phone us your orders.
Usual prices prevail. ,
Saturday Prices i
9mcU1 Faacr Heai 28c
i Lorn Stsiak ! l..l ,28c
CormW Beel ......'.:.: 10c
The Lincoln Market
: . MUBP WE DELIVER"
TkirJ ami Main - ' Phone Sll-J..
on the acceptance of the senate fifty
per cent surtax amendment to tho
tax revision bill. After a hot debato
the resolution "was tabled on motion
of Representative Garrett, ot Tennes
soe, the minority leador.
Mexican Horseman Recovering
W? JT Crouso', the" TIa Juana,
Mexico, horseman who somo wooks
ago fell down a flight ,of stops on'
Broad street and suffered a brok
en back, Is now ablo to sit up in
a wheel chair at a local nospitai
and tho chances aro that he will
recover entirely from his pocullar
Acquitted V of Killing
EUGENE. H. M. Ackeen, Alva-
dore blacksmith, .was acquitted ot
a .charge of manslaughter, the re
sult ot the accidental killing of
James Otll Pltnoy, ot Junction City,
while they -wore hunting deer in
the hills ot western Lane county.
The Jury deliberated threo hours.
several Victor, New Ed
ison, and Sonoras. Right
prices and right terms.
Rotter see them at
KARL SflKPHERD CO.
, 007 MAIN ST.
of new picture molding just re
ceived. Among the patterns, is
one containing Crater Lake Blue,
particularly adapted to frame this'
great' scenic wonder of nature.
i All our hand-molded framesat
HALF PRICE.' We still hare,!,
few frames, left for
327 Main Street
Opposite Court House Plume 8f
Oet results by using cjasa ads.
THIS Ycrfr more people than
ever, wll decide on the Phono
graph' as a happy and 'most'
Intimate token to give to
those whose friendship they
wish to hold and otfcrlsh.
A dozon photographs will
solve a dozen puzzling gift
problems. Make an appoint
Stinson Photo Shop
Seventh and Klamath
Open Sundays until Christmas
Dance at Dairy
Saturday, Nor. 12 Good Music
Don't fail to read the Herald Classified Ad.
TAMALE PARLOR MOVING
TO 204 MAIN STREET
where we will be glad to welcome our old'friends
and make new ones.
Spanish, Italian and Chinese Dishes
Open All Night
My Special 35c
'Tiie Woman's Fashion Center"
Offers Unusual Values for Saturday and Monday
Our Entire Stick of Millinery
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All hats included in this sale none excepted.
This is your opportunity to buy a high grade
hat for a small price. The style includes Beav
ers, Plushes, Fancy Felts, Feather Hats and all
the Novelty pattern hats for just price. Hats
that sold, for $5.00 'will bev$2.50. Hats sold for
$10.00, $5.00; others the same reduction. Just
All wool, Jersey Jackets in Brown, Navy, Red.
Th'e same quality jacket you have been asked
$8.50 for elsewhere. CC QCt
Unusual Value ....."...7. PJ.i7U
Dr. Denton Sleeping Garment
All sizes now in stock of the celebrated Dr.
Denton garment, for children.
A Wonderful Dress Sale
Our customers always remarked how reason
able the prices of .our dresses were. Now we
are going to have a REAL SALE of Dresses.
Nothing reserved. Your choice'of the entire'lof!
of Canton Crepe,w Serges, .Poirett Twill, Trico
tines, Satins, etc. ' ,
Dresses Values to $18.50. Sale Price $ J 2.95
Dresses Values to $26.50. Sale Price $16.95
Dresses Values to $39.75. Sale Price $21,95
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Coats and Salts for Less
Jo make this sale attractive we will offer our
Suits and Coats at reasonable reductions. Re
member, we do not add enough profit to take
.off 25 to 50,' but we invite comparison on
the reductions made; You will get a better gar
ment for less money.,
New Kid Gloves, $2.50
New stock just received in Brown, Beaver,
Black and JVhite. A $3.00, quality for $9 50
WMfrifci ttmiWHj up i1iifawl y..wirti.