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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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Thf Evening Herald
,' V.n. MULE. .Editor and roblUher
HK, HIM, City Editor
I '. C NICKLK Adrcrttstn; MannRcr
Published dally except Sunday, nt
The Horald Publishing Company of
Klamath Kails, nt 119 Eighth street.
Entered at tho postofflco at Klam
nth 'Falls. ..Ore., for transmission
throviU the malU as aecond-class
inn Iter... if A f
FOH SAI.K Three hundred moro
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ucorgo ..num.. ..lerrui raiiKer, ,,,,. ,,.,, ., ..nil imrli P. V. UIitl-s.i v
was In tho cttr yesterday afternoon ne.r junction of Shlpplnglon road
attending to business nffilrs. innd .Notth Highway lit
OVER 1,000 VISIT ANNUAL FLOWER SHOW;
SPONSORS FEEL WELL REPAID FOR EFFORTS
MKMiKR OF THE ASSOCIATED
Tao'A.wftc.tod Press la exclusive
ly fiMtlUtjirrto tho mo for 'public,
tloa ofaU.fa-JTra'dlspatchqa credited
toll It, or Sad... otherwise credited In
thteavcr.rnd alto tho local nows
T" ' '" ;' '
1HATCIIHAY, ACfilKT I". liSS
Lester Hoggs, a farmer near txir
cllfl, drove Into town thin morning
and purchased supplies for tils farm.
Mrs. A. n. Anderson and small son,
Bobble hno arrived from Portland j
nml 'will make their homo here In
FOR SAI.K Sldwiiy, reed, whltn
enameled, corduroy lined baby
buggy Hko now. Phono -l.2K. or
call 1021 McKlnioy SI. I9-21
KOlt SAI.K 'Complete, grorory slock. i
Fixtures, light truck. Pit) Main si.
Miss Allen Miller left this mottl
ing for San Francisco nftir an ex
tended visit here with her f'thcr,
J. J. Miller. 'Southern Pacific agent.
KOlt SAI.K Comer Din & HIkIi. lot
90 x .so. Mouse with furniture, n
bargain Sec Schubert or call 910
Main St 19-2S
HAHI.ES HAM. Is running true
to form. Animated by mi over-
FOR SAI.K Flve-passcnger touring
Overland In good running condi
tion. Cheap for quick sale See .VI
linker. Niada House, between 6 Mil
rtoyd Vettle. of Wntt. Vottle & Pe- n'"1 6 IS mf
l-ap. nrrhed here last night and Is K0U SAM.'-Equity In house nnd
busy today looking after cattle In- lot. only tlGO.OU. This t very
torests for tho company. .cheap for uulck sale Hox 10. Her
Out of town folk who were
whelming polltlrat ambition, ho has; yesterday for their huntln: llconsit
heen spurred ion since the May prl-, were John Honor and II. J. Spat-).,
tnary to stage one ridiculous exhlbl- of Malln; Fred Itueck. of Hennu.i:
Hon after another. II- W. Parker of Illy.
Defeatod at every turn la his at
tempt to wrest the nomination from)
FOR RKNT Nicely furnished room,
llath and Phone. 512 N. llh St.
Kenneth Perry, who has been out
.SACRIFICE SALE Auto. almost
giving them away Forced to get
awav. Iltiv right uud now. See
i Dick, office Eagle pool hall. 19
trm Virt tins, alv u ..a!.. . 111. at...
., .nl.r nrmlnrn. lio now threat- "" "" '"" " "CVM """ ,m-
''.A-,, .r .... i t, .. i beetle control crews, returned
ens ly uuiu ,iv-j" " """,,.
cott. because-ducocrnts, re-regtster-cd
on election Vlay iiKrWMbllraas,
nro responsible foriQltpUTsr Jlnrallly.
The repUletejij'fhe pliteJSDOW
larles l1.oll enjUBh,'t))f-..lUls
l.fl.-ST IlolMPon Spiii Cash (Irorerv
crews, returned to .,,i enrin- o, Lri.in iifinfhiu.n.
last erenlng and will be sta- a S bill Please return to Robert ' ,-iti
tloned here for the remainder ol 'u,utr. Plume ni r) 19
f FflCSAl.,H--I-in el new ftxejjeom
i lfrCi)kll tnniliTti riinnntvncr)i
.Mr. and Mrs C ESoloman tlnd ! PrlcVd ItJ'rv ,ow Trm. If drlred
sor and daiighterwirv exfecUHinn 181 T WrtKle.n. IP-S2-
trrm PnltfArntn tnnlkl ..f.. HH ll.' - i I I
jiarge room, water,' fur-
trin'HT .i.i r.m'.4imru,
fc "'.... .. . .1' -. M
'"i ' . nft-.'bn
I. !! . . . . . .. .". .
. . ifum v-uiuuriiin Kinifiu auer an apt- r::Tir.
.iui: "":.: , .. m"v
;.. ,. -. ,". iiH-rn maHing inoir vacation
.,u. , cj,...-..-.-..- --.-"-car and' will conw -her,i fro
at iMini-fnr-. ,;-,- ' ' i KbgrTe river. -villey.'
It IS IllRBiy BniiailPnug o me .
Orcon political sstem that lis moth-1 .Mr. and Mrs. R. C Crflesbeck mid
od of primary selection Is In each a (children left this afternoon for thn
iiicm. The republican party of Ore-, Lake o' the Woods where they will
gon, howevbr. has Its o)es open t'o.apend the week-end. This will bo
tho need of keeping the party lines their first visit to that scenic spot
clean cut end the election lawa of anij they arc looking forward to a
tho atato will bo remedied before ( very pleasant trip.
Dliotlier election year.
If Hie rumedy takes the form of' Mr. nnd Mrs. Hurt Wlthrow aid
. absolute abolition of tho primary and J daughter. Waive, accompanied by
'return to a truly rcprescnt-ahc ays- Miss Jean McDonald, returned es
0er 1.000 IsIIom attended Klnni-
nth Falls' scroml annual Flower
Show Wcilneda nnd Thursday of
tills week nnd the public-spirited
womOit' who devilled their da) a to
milking It a milco. feel full) repaid
for all their work. All other social
activities wcro niutlcctcd by societies'
most nctlxe women In favor of the
show. During the two days tho show
was In progress vhllors were regis
tered nt the door by Mrs T. C Camp
bell nnd were served punch at it table
presided over liv Mrs. (Irorge Watt
and daughter, (eralitlue In the
evening of the first dn Miss Murjor
Ik Deliell, -Maybetlo l.eavltt. Herald
Ine Wntt, Margaret Worden and Klea
nore Torrey met the Portnlnd visitors
at the door and presented earh one
of them with a Shasta daisy The i
prltei were presented nt this time bv j
Mrs. Charh Wood Kberlelu who
made a delightful and .-harming ,
spokesman. She also greeted the
Porllanders and welcomed them In
tho name of ilu ladles auxiliary of,
thn clrimber of commerce.
Ladles Mlto asslnted as IiimiIs of
committees were Mi-sdaiiKis Eber-
llhrry P. Mr II K Wright. Har
ry Aekley lieorge I Wright Fred
linker It It Harrl.nnu Sim '
the ladles who assisted on there ri
mlttees weri Mesdamei ("hn'lei I
Rollers, Wm M Diuiraii. (I A
Kranse. Ferris, Mist Vera Thompson,
.lean Thompson. Doroth.v Currlii The
Jildgei names follow Mesdamen W
II Holieits. fl It Harrison, T. C
Cmupball. C V. I'lsher. Huorgo 1
Wright. Saiidhnm, I. ilacolH. L. L
Trunx, O. D. Hurke, .1. C. HroiUin
brougll, W. A. DeUiill, U A. Kniiine
W. (). Smith. Leslie Unguis, Fred
Hiker nnd Miss Alice lllaokford
TODAY AT THE LIBERTY
A star known Hie world over is
and his appearance today in
needs little comment, from us. It's tfood
KNKIlllS OF PVTIIIAS TO
.TTI.NI MEIH'OUII CF.HLMOVir.-,
Loral Knights of Pvthlaa aie pi m
n I nit to Journey to Medford tumor
row to attend the ceremonies then- ,
Monday on the occasion of the vimi
of (leorge C Cabell, niiitrmuo rh.in I
cellor. nnd olhor suiireme offlrers I
who will runfer the second degree mi '
new rntidhlntes. I
TO HOVOIl HAL HIIVSi:
SAN FRANCISCO. Aug 19
llnseball fans of San Jo.sc are ro it
Inj; to Hai Francisco to relibrat
I Inl Rbvne day at the loml P. ifl
r.inut league park toiunrrow Pliv u
ii forn r San Jose lesldetil Is n--w
l .iv or shortninp on Hie San t n
r - t mast Iraguo team
Sundity tlte Show Will Be Continuous
(iwAMn ri-vr rninin M
with Vera CJordon is the attraction. Vera (lordon
will be remembered as the mother in "HuinoroMiue"
the picture that established her name and I'ame.
Coininfr Tuesday - Alexiuidi'r Dumas' Masterpiece
with N'azimova as Camille and Rudolph Valentino
as Armond - we cannot imagine two more fitting
roles for these famous players, both of whom are ab
solutely created for these parts.
All Week Stnrtinn Monday, Au. 21st.
- H ...
avAlimmun It on ll.irain
WANTED Two cut-off men one
plcco-np sawjer and two in. )
men. Eight hours. Address Centrnl
Uox it Lumber company. Alameda
HAS NEW FAIR GROUND
II) Jackson Co,
to lie Ihilloitetl
terday from Diamond lako where,
with Mr." and Mrs. E. H. Jefferson
th'cy hnte been camped for the past
two weeks. if 7
tern, ho much lliu better.
.. Hut tho weakness of thn. primary
system Is neither hbre'tior Ihrre as
an argument for Hall. Had the Bhoe
bocn oil tho other foot, how gladly
would Chnrlca Hall have accepted tho
, Taking advanjago of a technical
Ity, for which the republican can ill
ilalri nr thn narlv be renresents are
. t,ifi, nn mor.. ihrin rhnriM iin!nnd relatives In San Francisco,
... W.H...U .,. ...V.V ...... V. .-....- ...... ,
, morning on a two
Miss Minnie Hamum left this
orwork at the. local offlco
California Oregon Power
, company. She will visit with friends
..... of Iho
or thcK.i"Kli.Kl!inn flls anVx-i Crnr Sacramento and other Call-1 ?.' '"'"WJ""'
. ,- -,,' , ' fornla imltitu .been laid out systematic
cu. to forswear hla party alleglanjo , rnl ilaf. A. - enlorprli0 , lti: , an
nnd tho nledca ho look when bo bi-1 .. i-., .- ,. ,.... - . . I .
MEDFORD. Aug. 19 (Special)
t laLumi.lllilllill 11 lit jtilil ln lik n tlilVt
, wtii,r.ptii'huuiuj ii stv4tv-.'-i im ii
I JBO.000 fair grounds this fall with a
monster display of agriculture, hor-
ticulture. dairy nnd .-.encrnl farm'
products, commercial nnd Industrial i
exhibits, and entertainment Including!
automobile and motorcycle racen nnd
other lively and Interesting features., I
Substantial buildings hnvc bc,rn
erected, a high speed raco track pro-
xlded. bulldlngsinnd equipment havoi
icmnuraiiy anil iii'j,
90c per Crate
Select Alberta Peaches
$1.20 per Crate
126 N. Sixth St.
The Thenlricnl Event of the Season
The HILDEBRAND DRAMATIC COMPANY
MONO A Y.TUESDAY
The Play That Hns IMntle the Whole World Lmtj-h
FAR AND WA
HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE BETWEEN ACTS
Adults 55c. Children 25c.
nnu mo pieqgo no ioo wiu-n oe un-, Mr nfi-j Mr j ,. Swc-mfirr; w,,
cacio n canu.oaie,nai no wou.u;flr() ,,. ,iero fnm tMr ,,ort.
not. If defeated. kcek to bo nn Inde-, ,,, hom(Ji wro mem,)Cr8 of a
Pendent candidate, that he would, w,)0 n ,o thc ,ava
Hupport the party nontlneo Hrwcr7eiterdBy. others In the party wore,
that might he. MM A LcCf Mr an(, JlM Kran,
diaries uau may lean a nouing i ,f, . . . .. ...
. .. , ,, IMcCornack nd daughters, M ss Mirv,
faction, but It will make no differ; , .ti . .
Mt,,. .-.CO 'iM'k.i
ds of oxpcr-i
lenced nnd enterprising J.irksrn
county residents -vim are iieternuneit
to make the Jackson county fair an
nununl Institution of educational nnd
entertainment merit appealing; to j
both eotithcrn Oregon and northern
' It- I ID
! mi m m i i m iiwi ita i ii ! imi i i i ! "t
i Ii it
qnen In tho result of tho November
Mm-flnn lln Ic nnf hit nnlth Inl
r.iicceisfully split the republican
ranks. He Is ton selfishly set on nn
Immedlato political place frr Hall to
inako n combination with the demo-
Mr. and Mrs. Ucrt C. Thomas and
! Tho fair will bo he! 1 Sopmber j
13 to ! Induslvu and uno "f the'
"I largest crowds ever attending S rIiii-
llttlc daughter. Mary, have return- ar attraction li. this territory hi ex-
ed from Diamond lako where theypPCtcd. '
i .pent some time and Thomas says' i m '
I thn fUhlllf? Ihprt. Ik nnfhln ihnrl -. v.. t
rr-illi- fnrno. Ann fnplor In llin fnll -. . ..- ... .... ..-. iW"" OUIl rillC
--- - ui .uarvt-iuuii. iiiuy win ieavo lilts '
campaign his Influcno will be negll j af.rnoon Ior Aspgrovo to spend'
'fil0'''- tho week-end with Mrs. bob Davli. !
A ropubllcan victory Is sure. M
Klamath Lumber Meet j
On Diamond Tomorrow i
Who Will Succeed Kamrn
Ball Fans are Wondering
LI. tho measures on the Or6gon
or worse off than If they
Modoc park will bo thn scene of a
battle royal itoiaorrow when": the
1 I-iinni Ilul Pines will tako in the
i i.-i i. , ...... . t. .... ii: .v..
KAN FitANCISCO. ACQ. 19. TMUr """"?''" -"."" ' 4i "" "",l -rr ,ur
Cerlng who will succeed Vt-' " !""'," "'" MBM',, ,
lie Kamm at llilr.l l.aKP on llu. S.-in "U,UB 'l"u. "" '" "n t-'"-i-P
were not i .!., , ,.,, . . . i Tho winner will he runner-up for
f . ... ....... ....... ....,, ,H.,, .,A .', ,
ballp, MM ,Aovtmher' ANCSCO. ACQ. ".--rlj , "" ?!
i ' ',' 'Li'1, ii . ,a.. ,nre wonCerlng who will succend W l- '".'J.'r I if
on-would ho s.alb be Miter ,, Knmm ,hrd ))alte n . San havlnL' qndbmo
i.. i ...- .... I the pennant of.
If they nr. nnssed'it Is cerinlu that ...... .. Leaguif anil fluii.
".T-i . w nir,, r.nv fin f, r. I I n.ni 't.
lift i.l I.LaI.. i.... ' ,.i. . .. .1. 1 ., ,. .t.it.. I .........
IIIH M ! ,T rl n " !'" lt'LlllH,.tilUHT
tho tax bllVwllt Ik- hirgely Inerasei
If they nro not pnhsnd It Is certain
that tho tax bill uutailcd by their
passago vrcufil -iidt he '.bailed oilto
tho poop!.. if i .fl . , i
Under - tlicr.ii clrcuiiibtaurrM It r
well. to know exactly what one Is vol
' lng forbeforo sanctioning now mea
sures Increasing cast of government.
Unions ono knows exactly tho ro-1
suits to follow. It la safer to vcti
no than to vote for any experiment j
at this time that will Increaro gov-1
Tho future tax burden of the state
Is lurgoly up to tho people. If tlieyl
voto It on themselves knowingly they
should not complain when payiuunts
co mo due. '
side has beenVarm-1
Two Will to Sox plaers, E.ldln
Mulligan nnd Herb Meridian arc
being fnoatloned for tho poit Mc
Clellan Is a utility man for tho Chi
rago team Mulligan plays short nnd
of tin- tcrilk.' The ganlo starts nt j
2 p. m., witii admission 'J.ir f$r men ,
nml women ttU:
Last day of tho Ills cile
THE LAMM BULL PINES
Tho Oregon California Power com
pany has completed u dam across tho,
'Algomu Lumber company mill pond.'
KelBdavor Uros., luivo iiurciuiHcd u
now- Hopubllc two-ton tfiiclc,
Mr, nnd Mrs. John Ilagolslelu went
to Hlldobruiui Wodncsduy rn u visit,
Kotsdovor Ilros., uro starting to
cut bario'y with thoir combined lutr-
Auguat Orugor went to Klamath
Jalls Wednesday on u visit.
CONLEV At Lorella, August 18,
1913, io Mr. and Mrs, Cecil Conley,
a daughter; weight, vovon poiuids,
KLAMATH LUMBER & BOX
2 P. M. AT MODOC PARK
This is the deciding g-me of tho series as each
team has one victory over the other
Come out and watch the boys play
ss Mohve r
The time must come when all busi
nesses will consider the advisability
of acjvertibing in the same spirit that
a manufacturer ponders over the ad
visability of adopting a new ma
chine. One does not install a piece
of labor-saving mechanism because
it suits Jiis fancy; but because the ef
ficiency of the business requires it.
lie expects a new machine to re
duce his cost to operate perhaps
to make a better product and thus
aid him in meeting competition and
making larger profits.
Advertising is exactly similar. The
man who refuses to consider it as a
possible expedient simply shuts his
eyes on one of the problems of his
business. He might as well ignore
the banks as sources of credit when
he has need to borrow cauital.
On thc other hand, thc man who
looks to ndvei Using to checkmate
all weaknesses and shortcomings of
his business and to carry it along to
victoiy despite these, has a childlike
faith in the miraculous.
Advertising will not make his pro
duct or his service any better than
they are; but it will bring him the
full benefits of their merits. Jt will
not eliminate wastefulness in his
factory or his store; but it will re
duce luV cost to operate. It will not
make illogical selling methods suc
cessful; but it will assist good sell
ing methods, and often point the way
for improving them.
Advertising is the most inexpen
sive motive power that the manufac
turer or merchant can buy today. It
is a form of stimulus that brings ex
cellent returns on the investment.
THE EVENING HERALD
"COVERS THE KLAMATH FIELD"