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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 22, 1922)
Three Partie in Conven
u tim Today to Complete
I Their Platforms
IIOIBK, l.lnlio; Auk. 32 topt.stM
representing tho republican, demo
cratic aml proarraalvo parties In ))
fbo wll gather lu atalo conentln
Jtoday to choose connrrnslon.il unit
flato tickets mill to adopt state pint
IJfiirina. Tim republicans Mill meet
m Wallace, the democrat at llalley
tit tlio prngrraalvcn nt Nam pa.
Delegates to llio state ronrcntloni
ero chosen at party conventions
inlil In tho county seals Aurum IS.
polccatcs to the county conventions
ad been selected at county prlninr
Jmi held August t, nt which en mil -vntes
for county offices nlsn ere
s One of tho warmest contests Is rx
Joclcd In tho repuhllran slate con
.Volition, where tho Issue Is restora
tion of tho Mc. primary system, ln
jitead of tho preaent comcntlon sys
tem, la scheduled to bo an Inipor-
nt consideration. United Slates
lenator William K. ltorah'lia.Okone
r,"WW"?!n8rflf' ! -frt'PF:
lystcm nnd male party leaders nave
Idtnratrd tlto flpiytillon'plan.,
iwiccaic.i iron Aua county, in
rlilcli llolse, the stale, capital. Ms lo;
faled, and which will send (he Urg
$st drlccatr.! to Ihrt convention, am
xpecled"i'to favor reslorsy Ion' M the
primaries, at II la claimed by print
'iry advocata that delegates favor
Ins ho prlnrarles were chosen In tho
county primaries to attend the coun
ty convention -
Advocates of tlm primary system
also clajni dfllegatea from Canyon
county, which also sends a large de
legation to the state convention, but
'convention plan partisans also de
eiare ine'canyoD aeiegaiea -i
( In tho repnbllcao conrentli
clare the canyon delegates' -win vote
fcretsman Ilurion U. French of Moa
Vow, representing the rirst Idatp
tjlstrlcl, and Coagrtaaman Addlnot
. Hmltli ot Twin 'rails from tl
S rin.liirnifV Pllii-pfinnri(h
fine hatnnrtcencMy3tlHtM? Curv
Tina rbr'Driiga. ' ,g - 2j
' rose rushes:
Order tfata aow (or fall
CM Flmra Pbnts
34 Main St.
LET THIS BE YOUR MARKET
For the Ivesliett and' beit Vcfetabfet , Farm Produce and
Fruit. rigKt from the farm, orchard and garden. Shop
with thtte growers at their booths every Saturday. Buy
Vegetables from our fountain daily
Mm. H. a. EmIucxnI
Mm. I. H. Knjlor
Im. II, D. MorHau
Mr. Job KoonU
Mr. toe HirffMM
Mr. I A. Lewis
Mnt. Wm. CarfUsiMn
Mr. C. I. Mxo
More Mmii IM otlpr farwers HI-
tag thnmgb Ute twrkct.
Beets, Bunch 05
.Carrot, Bunch ... 05
Turnips, Bunch 05
Onions, Bunch .05
Radishes, Bunch .::... .05
Cabbage, lb 06
New Potatoes, lb 03
Summer Squash 05
Green reaf,,.ip. ........
Green Beamy lb. ....
Sweet Corn, doz. ..'..
Siberian. Crab Apples
IM W. Sixtk Street
second district, nro candidates for
ronnmlnntlon. For governor, Chna.
C. Monro of lit. Anthony, present
lieutenant governor, Is a candidate
In the republican convention, nnd
was said to be without opposition
prior to the convention. Contests
arc expected to arise also for repub
lican nominations for secretary of
state nnd lieutenant governor, to
gcthcr with other state, offices.
In the democratic convention clilcf
Interest centers In tho governorship
contest, wltli Moses Alexander, for
mer governor, and William Morgan,
former Juatlco of thestate supremo
court, both of Boise, as chief con
tenders. Tho progressive party, lender nf
which cre prominently Identified
with the Non-Dartlsan Icacim when
It was active In Idaho, has nnnouoc-
cd that, It will have complete ntnlo
and congressional tickets In the
field. It also Is expected to dmfl a
platform for submission to the voter
of tho state.
Don't bo deceived, nny phonograph
ran play HIUWSWICK records. Cur-
rlns For Drugs. s;
tXIU WKIXSTOCK DKAD
PA 1.0 AI.TO. Cullf., Aug. 22.
Col. Harris Wotnstock, former state
market commissioner, noted for or
ganizing growers associations
throughout the .state, died today
from a fractured skull suffered In
a. fall from a homo Sunday at Los
Altos. . '
Sl t i l Vi '" f
when. I li merchaniflso we sell
does not make good, wc do. Cur?
Irjna For Drngii. ' -
TONIGHT AT THE
EVERY LADY PRESENT WILL GET A MOVIE
' FAN, HAIR NET FREE.
nEyeryhodrJOtf6 the SftidA
Ve ar, witjitheyjjQan't.stoj) us. Seetthjaphow
f.. uji, yc,jjaftetrTjo senbaifonai. rauiipaa'anu-'
M't.fiT iJifct'lf llh.f'
See.the Uinllincrrfiehts on
the underworld aaiti-eallyjis-wiUi action and thrills
VADfiVILlWrtoyifiS AND COOl?fc!OrVEpY
Wednesday William' Fairbanks, in,.,! Western
Adventure. r"4VJl Mr &11
' r"rTwo' Shows
All these farmers arc satisfied because all local pro
duce, fruit, poultry and daily products arc handled
directly from producer to consumer with only one
turnover at a ten per cent charge for service, rent,
help, etc. All consumers welcomed by them.
WE HAVE DAILY
Sweet Potatoes, lb. .. .09
Eating, Cooking and
apples for Jelly,
Large Select Elberta
Peaches for- Can
Solid Pack, Selected
Tomatoes, crate .. .90
Can Tomatoes Now
Canning Plums, cit..$1.60
Casabas, lb.' 05
Persian Melons, lb. .. .05
Lemons, doz 30
SHOT TWO ON STAGE
Man ItelleTcd Demented Kills tho
And Wounds Another
PORTLAND. Aug. 22. An Inquest
will bo hold this afternoon or to
morrow over tho body of Alvln R.
Price of KcUo, who wits shot nnd
killed last night by Qeorgo Rober
to, n passenger In the Astoria bound
Columbia stage near Hauler. It.
Willing ot Vancouver. II. C an
other p.is;cngcr, who was ntio shot
by Reberlo, Is reported recovering
from wounds In tho head and elicit.
Reberlo, n former Inniato nf tho
California state luvpltnl, said nt
i r,r,t ,nat ho lrc,, ,n so,r lMe
nul "" iiTlit Wellington
tho men Insulted him. The sher
iff said these stntements mi net
corroborated by those of the wit
nessp.s. llrliprln'M inrntnl rnn,llllnn Is In
ltcuenos mental condition is to
Ho refused to eat In
Closlnc out portahlo model phono
graphs. Ouo half prlu. Currlnsl
PORTLAND. Aug. 22.- Steers
steady, cows 25c lower, calves C"e
higher. Hogs 50c lower, prime
light ll. SO to 112.00. Sheep slow,
weak. Kggs 2c higher, buying price
22c lo 2eaeltlng 21c to 31c. lint
CuVrlns For hrugs. Ninth and
Mala streets. Drug stnro nearest
thi post office.
6':45 and 8:4Cf
TO ALL 10c
f 'IM V
Cantaloupes, 4 for .25
Strictly Fresh Local
Eggs, doz 35
Klamath Cheese, lb. .29
Klamath and Hoi
Butter, lb 48
Live Friers, lb 30
Live Heavy Hens, lb .25
Live Rabbits, lb 25
Strictly sanitaiy condi
tions exist at all times.
Mail us your order for
fruit and produce.
'ii tr.ii ii
HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
CORVAt.US, Aug. 22. An earn -
est warning naalnst surrender to the
Intluences opposing co-operative
market associations In Oregon Is glv -
en hv Pnul V, Marls, dlraclor of the
nnrlcuttural college extension sir Ice.
"Oregon now ha such large In
ve.itmeiilH ot effort nnd'dapttnl In tho
halt doxen commodlly co-operntlto
associations recently rilabllshed that
dTsaster can not cometo any of tlunn
without Inflicting heavy buses nnd
giving co-operation o I back from
which It rau not soon recover," k:)
The success of co-operathe usso-
iT?vP i ill
el.itlons In California, altlrh brought lire ot lldlnK In rubber tired bug
prosperity lo several groups of ngrl-'gles.
rnlltirnl itrnttlii i-r uml linni-fltnil t In ' .... . , . .., ,, , . ,.,,..
,1lllr,, MB0 ls cril , iln rinm,,,..l
Tlio Oregon associations listed nro
those for marketing wheat, fruit,'
eggs, mint, wool mid mohair. Tlio
now problems of omanliliiK. flnaii-i
Ulngnnd mnnaglng these associations
are In the most part being coped Willi
successfully. ()m failure, that of the
Oregon daymen's co-opernlUe
league. Is cited nnd warning given
that should others occur II would Imj.
u-ry difficult to maintain any ot tim
associations In perltAls of even mild
."Such experiences must be mold
ed, )el the dau'ger of Ihelr occur
rence Is apparent," asserts M.irlss
"(Sroup withdrawals have been at-
ienipted or threatened within four of
he existing associations. There up
pears to be evidence that unfriendly
Influence? outside Hi" org.ml.llouii i mid pnstdhlllilcs of micccsi aro dem
take advantage of Internal dlssiitls. mil ra I ell. tlrutiges. farmers' unions,
Mellon tit mako aurress extremely . .mil fnrm bureaus everywhere ran
difficult." ,wo" a""r,l " K'r Immediate coosld-
Mention s made of a rrporl en oration (o tho problems of co-opcr-good
authority that a member of the'tUe associations. Let us deuion-
poultry producers' association now
defending a suit for contract viola-
tlon professes to be retimed of uny
personal expense In the matter. The
Wo sell most everything uniall)
(wind In modern up-to-date drug
jafrros. CutTln Says So. 32 '
r n rj
117 Year Old Flapper
Name It-Well, Read It
1 I.OS ANdKI.KS, Aug. 22 Maria
Atitonltt t.ouljlna Mnslinu Verdugti
chavoyn, who, according to records
' of w sn brlol iiiIskIou, near
( here, was born In I.os Angeles In
ispr., mid Is therefore 1 1? years
old, Is n htrnnger to tho "flapper,"
She woarn her hair short, bncnurn
ago has thinned II.
he roll's her own cigarettes.
' Sho married nt the age of 15,
Bhc took "Joy rides" behind ox
I tenuis more Ihsn 10 0 yrar.s' ago.
She Ilki'K to talk about the pleas-
r,M' "Krs ""'"B '" uinoiiiuuiiv.s,
And she likes trips In airplanes,
! She had one sister and tou broth-
, " ," " "nvn "" ",r"' " nn
, "'' ''"i-six iiesrenuauts in ami
, w. Uleudale. a suburb, whero alio
"'n"1'" lll'r ,,ol,,"
She Is In good health and she
inner Ii.ik worn gla.sies.
! question Is usked. "Whence come
the funds for the legal defense nnd
...... I.... -....I ......... .Im.. !...!. ...... I... I .... I
,"V,"",;U ,",,, -',,. ,,, ,, (f ,.,, ,,.,
....long nieinber. by a paid worker! pa)tlrnl , . ,., u t ,
"l.et thoa who would audd the, hiiUlrn for,(), r(j f
yinasiryun eneiis m iviiuro unit neiM
now tit counteract tlioin," Marls run-1
eludes. "The Initial toss of heavy ei
penso uitd'coMly mistakes am past
strain that co-operation Is a practical
possibility In this neuerntluu."
Takes tho soreness eut: Takes the'
rurn uu nirruis v. urn remover. .
j'e ttell several kinds of fly de
stroyt. Chrrlus For Drugs. 23
SCHOOL OPENS in a little over two weeks;
get your boy ready now. Suits that are a
joy for Sonny to wear, and an economy for
Mothers to buy. All-wool Cassimers. Tweeds,
Cheviots; reinforced where the wear is great
est. Each suit has two pairs of fully-cut, fully
lined knickers. Sizes for boys of all ages; ;. , .
i AIN'T MAD
'V; J Nil ' - U .s.
leaden of tho Indian rcvelullonnry mofmriit ur sign beard on
rstnt'U to tprrad their proiwitntidi, thus radlng newspaper cviuorsblp
and a.voldlna arrest for sedition. This seen was photographed In Delhi.
(Coulliiued fiom P.igo I )
are: Hvans & llerhdolt and the J
0. Pierce estate
According to the resolutions, tlio
sldewalk.s may bu of boardor con
crete. A' warrant was ordered drawn
PHcmit thsllMnm Prsmsesl .
It! was moxvd and ajisKcdJhat'im
ordinance bo prep.irvd to fix tl
dlltrlliiitlou of cost of Iho fifth sew
er unit and to name tlm property
owner liable, the city to bear tho
cost of the septic tank foundation,
pump plant, outfall anil right of
i way, remainder of Iho rout lo ho
dltldcd equally between the city
ami the property affected. Halt
th cost of future advertising to be
borno by the city. The matter of
.onnuMu.uK . a.srss,.i rmo-c,
Hon pofcr,fuf UiU. , iiiilt.;wni Uft
' M iY
$ 1 3.00
lo the flnuiiro rommlllee. An nrdl
n.inco wim Inlroiliiced il'Ji'lai Ini: as
bcs'ini'iils for Ibis null.
Objeil In Assi-ssini-iil
An objection to proposed aiists-
Nini'iils In iiiitioi Hon wllh tho sixth
hewer mill wuk ItllrOilm oil b) tlio
Southern Pai'lfle, nller,lMR Hut Iho
rassrssmenlH to bo levied .iptliul tlto
company were dlsproportlunte to tho
beiiedls Tho company will be giv
en ii hearing, proKibly nt the nei
lilietlng of the louili'll.
The question of protldlng a de
tour during paving of Houlli Ituor
side was tefurrrd to Iho street nun
mltlee. Patrolman .McDonald was granted
a yiuMllmi of two wijeks.
.Not Hie Itlglit Kind
film John. I loiind mice In tlm
pantry this afternoon.
He Well, what do ou want im lo
do about It?
She Couldn't you bring home t lint
kilty from tlm club I beard )uu talk
ing about In ) our sleep?
j,,y llvoria tnuitr to sorle
I.Her Turners. 2,'.c
mu&HMHtvwwi. r-w fi!wrwnw.tvr:
TTKHOAY, aiwht ua.