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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 16, 1921)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
D I P QUESTION
Dr. J. C. Exeliap, chlof Inspector ot
:tho United States Unreal! of Anlmnl
Mr. und Mrs. Irving K. Kester-
sml are registered ns guests at tho
Whlto Pelican hotel from Ivan, Ore
Ron, whoro Mr. Kcstcrson Is en
gaged In tho lumber business.
While (lore, h'q will visit tho local
mllN on nn Inspection trip.
D. D. Curtlt, or San Francisco,
called upon his customers yester
day on his monthly visit here.
C. A. Huff, ot Portland, nnnnt
enduBtry, Department of Agriculture, vo,i,,r,inv h..n v9li,.P ini.i M.nJ.
NeW Stock Kid
JJor the Northwest, finished his con
ference with J. 1 1. Carnuhan, sccro
lary of the Klamath Wlbol Growers
SisBOClntlon, last qigbt, regarding tho
girder issued by tho California author
ities demanding Hint all shoep wh'lcb
-jtIII range this winter on California
(and bo dipped boXora a bill o( health
tan be Issued, mils' order ltuliy nf
'.tocts the Oregon bands, which. tare
annually taken to the winter range
'in the southern state.
.Dr. xellne Btatod that' a confer-1
inco was held about November 1 with
r. J. H. Iverson, chler Inspector for
tixo Uulted States Animal Bureau in
California, witl Dr. MacKcllnr, chlqt
wt the state veterinarians for Califor
nia and t)r. W. It, I.ytle. Oregon chief
veterinarian at Sacramento relative
o tho lifting of the dipping order a
The Oregon bands we're free from
scabies after a uioqt careful recent
examination, but tho state veterinar
ian of California w8 firm In his or
dor W dipping all 'Hands, whether
Calfornla or Oregon sheep', in fact
any 'bands which would winter in
that state from any place, in the
J. II. Carnahan stated this after
noon that he had JJuat received a
Helegram from United States Senator
Robert X. Stanfield at 'Washington,
T). C, where the matter was taken
wp -with ttho chief Inspertor of thoj
animal bureau. Thp tolegrnm read
that n conference irua being arranged
between tthe two vtnte voterinnrlan
srosoclatlons and the roder.il Inspec
tion department und that an effort
lo compromise the nutter would bo
timade. Dills of health were ready
Tlo bo Issued at any time, tho tele
Secretary Carnahan statod that lit)
Kelt much encouraged over the out
look nnd thnt he still believed a
"waiver of the rtilo inlr.ht be made.
"The dipping order If enforced would
loo a matter of great expense ns well
aa dangerous at this hoshoii of the
.yuur, Carnahan said.
and called on u number ot busi
Ceorge It. Fuller, C. D. Herbert
and W. It. Winters, ot Portland,
are guests nt the , Whlto Pelican
James Mntson, a road overseer,
on thojQreat Northern railroad at
Everett?: Washington, wnn n vl.lt"
or herejyostorday, Ho lettl this mor-
"'"hi "i inuiin wnerc lie win nuni
ducks and geese the balance of the
Snill Kgert, of Hljdobrand, was
a visitor here ' today on business
connected with his ranch.
H ,G. Robinson, a Chicago mov
ing picture salesman, was a guest
of tho Arcade hotel yesterday,
William Nolan,' salesman for
school supplies, was( a caller on the
emners t the ocal board vaster-
'Whe Woman's Fashion Center"
-HOONHHINKKA WANT QUICK
ACTION; M,KAI GUIITV
Kd McCce and Clarence Morton,
swrested Sunday morning by Sher
ilf Low on the charge of trans-
U. D. Taylor, of'Dunsmulr. ar
rived here last night to relievo one
of tho local Southern Pacific rail
road men .for ten days.
W. C, Ualfour, manager ot the
Cbllonuln hotel, was a guest ot tho
Arcade hotel last night.
Fred Hlllston. Charles Wnsgren.
John Lflnch, Pete Hagstrom nnd
Fred Johnson left vthls morning
for Malln where they will work ph
the rock crusher. All camo frojrf
Portland last night.
T, If. Ward, employed on the
railroad nt Kirk, was a visitor hero
yesturday purchasing clothes for,
an extended visit In San Franclso
Don Beldlng, Wanda Brown and
Mabel Leavltt are some -of the!
students who will attend the Home
uoming at the U. or O. In Eugene.
Mrs. Nollle Howard left this mor
ning; for J-oi Angeles on account
of Mrs. Clarence Osborne's Illness.,
Mrs. Osborne Is a daughter of Mrs.
T. O. Lustor returned to San
Frunclico after spending several'
Mr, and Mrs. Hlnry Anderson
left this morning for Saginaw, Ore.,
to attend the Evangelistic Conven
tion held nt that place.
F. J. Erb. with the Chicago Belt
ing Co., left this morning for San
Francisco, after visiting the local
Always Better Indues Here
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porting Intoxicating liquor In viol- mmen 0 blIslnC83
ntn nf-ttin fwlni.f cttllfAd UftlAn'
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surralgned yesterday afternoon be
'tare United Static , Commissioner
.Sort. Thomas, stated ther would
ivulve formal hearjn nnd 'jfBp
taken to Portland would -'Stead
srullty to the charges preferred
aagatnst them. '".What's, the 'use ot
Sighting when tho sheriff caught
ma with the gods we're gallty
and we might 'as well facethe
miuilc and get It over wlth.jMc
0 told the commissioner. ' '
Tie better Judge, you arfr df 'real
vnlues the more you'wjll appreciate
ljuylng at our stbro." Olovorrt Jewel-
xy Store, Gil Maia St.
A. E. Walker, traveling freight
agent for four of the largost rail
road companies returned to San
Francisco this morning. '
Lou Arena, of tho Whlto Pelican
Oarage and M. S. Lester, left (his
mornlnp for Lakevlow on business.
They expect to be gone until Sat
urday. Fred Vcltner, of Boise, Jdaho,
arrived here Monday and has aoT
ceptcd a position with the Square
Deal Drug Co.
Mr. and Mra. Fred Shallock are
Journeying t0 San Francisco on a
combined business and pleasuro
trip. They expect to be gone about
'JoT r . L r jLI o4 '
oo in; uuung riannci vctt; -
- Plain white and fancy stripe ;VGood weight
and excellent width. Splendid value 24c yd
27 in. Outing Flannel 15c
Fancy stripes and check in lipHt'anvd dark
CbiUret's Heawy flttct Umm Sm(s
Comes in long' or short sleeves. Prices
$1.00 and $1.25. Sizes 2 to 16.
Children's Wool Union Suits
Good weight non-shrinking garment from
$1.25 to $2.50. Sizes 4 to 16.
Cotton Sheet Blankets $2.15
Medium size in White or Grey. Large
Fancy Towels for Christmas
A good selection to choose from, in Pink
Blue 'and Yellovy borders. Prices 50c to
$1.00. A1J exceptional values.
Onyx Pure Silk Hose $1.25
Black Pure Silk at $1.25. Is hard to pro
cure. Take advantage of this low, price
Fancy Stripe Silk Hose 98c
Cpme. in "Brown and Bldck. Also plain
silks-in "Black and, Brown for 96c
Coats, Dresses, Suits
SALE PRICES CONTINUED
Exceptional low prices for quality of gar
Closing Out all Fall Millinery
AH hats above $5.00 y2 Price.
Velours Beavers Plushes and trimmed
huts included in the sale.
All Kayser Underwear
Fine grade Cotton, All Wool and Silk and
Wool Union Suits, half sieves; no sleeves,
knee or ankle lengths.
Price reduced 25 to 33 1-3
Miss Wnnceta S. Howe, ot thoj (lurcln and three friends took a
acclamation Service office, left this
morning for San Diego, where sho
will spend her vacation. She will
remain away about thirty das.
Helen Whitney returned to Los
Angeles after, spending some tlmo
visiting her father J. C. Whitney
of Camp One of tho Reclamation
E. S. Miller was an outgoing pas
senger for San Francisco on a two
weeks' business trip.
MH.XICAX TO, IJK TKIK1) FOK
JIOOTLKGUINO AMONG INMAXH
Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock In
United States Commlsslpner Ilort
Thomas' office, Joseph Qarclu, a Mex
ican who resides Id the oTd Jail at tho
Agency, will be trlod for having. In
toxicating liquor in his poisesslonralso
with tho Introduction nnd alo of
liquor on Indian territory following
his wild escapado October 28.
Ford car and pulled off pranks in tho
streets of Chlloquln, finally ending
up In a ditch near there, Injuring
Hilly Huff, tho prlzo fighter who was
scheduled to meet Bob Itoss hoi? No
LAND IX JHJHANCK VILK
Harney nice and George Folsom
'decided to change resldoncos yes
terday so thoy packed all their bo
longings Into a "Hestwoll trunk"
and loaded It onto an automobile.
Dofore tlmo came for them to
movo Into the new quarters they
Invoked tho aid ot "spirits" to
glvo them pep In moving. Too
many drinks were taken,' tho polled
say, and when the two men start
ed, on their Journey, the macblno
under their guidance and Impelled
by the "spirits" attempted -to mnko
dollvorr on top ot a wood delivery
uagon near Ninth streot, Chlof
Wilson and McLaughlin stoppod
further proceedings nnd took , tho
"splrlf'-gtilded chauffeurs to Jail.
Tostorday Judge Leavltt Imposed
a flno of $12 or the altornatlva of
twelve dus In Jail on Folsom and
his companion was called upon to
part with J7.G0 or spend threo
days behind tho bars.
IDr. Kdward Allen I'lorco, of Port
land, will dollver u lay uddroka In
tho chambor of conunerco rooms at
4 ). m. tomorrow. Ho Is a tuborcu
loslsf specialist nnd has Just held n
tuberculin clinic at Klamath Agency.
Make It a Real
Rhop as much as you will,
you cannot give family or
friends a raoro accoptablo re
membrance than a real photo
portrait In a charming ULT
RAFINU mounting. '
Stinson Photo Shop '
Seventh and KUunatlt
Open Sundaya until Christmas "
.Purchase Your Turkey
direct from the farmers at the
GRAND CENTRAL PUBLIC MARKET
Ninth & Klamath Ave. Phone 91-J-
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K. Kl K. Store Leading Clothier
K. K. K. Store Leading Clothiers.
Headquarters for Overcoats and Mackinaws
the sfyfe of coat you will wanf apd need this winter at just the
pricie you'll want to pay.
Overcoats priced from $20.00 to $60.00. Mackinaws from $0.85 to $22.50. Come in and let us show you the fin-
eafc" Mne b QVmrcoau and Mackinaws ever brought to Klamath County.
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Headquarters for. Overcoats
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