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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 4, 1922)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
vi:ini:siav, onniuiii i, mw.
IIP IN PORTUND
Opened; Convention Re
roirrr.ANr), on. . (gmvinn
rollllCH nro wnrrnliiK tin In tlm motro.
pnJIn r.lnco iho Ilrnubllrnn conven
linn nlnrtoilVihlncn off ttlth ti hanc
MAL1N, TULE LAKE
Mr, nml Mm. Cr.indnll ami on
llussclt linro movo.l to Klamath Falls
where thry expect to mnko tholr
homo In tlic future.
Mr. n:ul Mrs. Krc'Jnd have unit oil
And Then Bear Escaped
After All That Uproar
New Beauty Parlor on Wheels
Mr. n:il Mr, ircanil have lentodl i,CIir ROl BWny.. ,s lno
Iho Cra.idnll home for the x tutor. ctnc,U(l,on of a wclr(,
Frcuticl Is ttorkliiR for the rcclamn-
lion boiyIcc nml expects to try his
luck on tho now liiml to bo opened.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. I-'ntiKht worn
Klamnlh Falls visitors Saturday.
Mm. SelRlc nml MIm Ada Hunt
nro ntuonR the teachers who attended
the Institute front here.
Mrs. Crnlc and daughter Ktnina , MVam'1
"And after all th.il rumpus tho
and thrilling '
tain of an mlvonturo with n Fort
Klninnth bruin, with which Dr. K.
(J. Wlsecarter I regaling his
Doctor Wlsocnrter did his host to ,
prevent tho bear's escape it ml
wound up floundetlnit nliaut In n !
went to California last week, where
Mrs. Crnlc Is learhlnit
Henry Kruplta left Sunday mnrn
Tho doRt harked and guni roar- j
rd In tho dusk, and the jie.iv wat '
ltnrely (not Poc'i pun, ours) n nos '
behind IC. Koosidy. ou whose ranch
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liavn been opened lilt In tlm Imnori.ii ..ttwN m iirinir iiio rniiw.i- -....i ...nii..1 the hunt w.m stared, nt the climax
hotel nnd visitors from nil over thilcr luik with lilm The) have been ' of the ndteuluro. t
rlotn nrn nlready coming In to dts-'nn n ranch there for the past o.ir. I Tho Interference of tho iIors won
riinn Dm campaign and find out Mm. Dllrl.'s sister from Ohio, who tho race for l.oiw-ly nnd probably
- - ' mi in ni'iji pill over '"' '."ii 'laiuiiK urn- iiir uio p.i-u , s iron nun inilil neiiiR a meal inr
tho Ilepubllcnn nominees,
The reartlon to the convention
has been fiood, according to tho ac
counts coming Into headquarters.
Keinibllcans nvorywhern arc. enthus
iastic over tho meeting, they say.
nnd nobody seems disappointed but
tho Democrats, who had hoped and
expected that something might de
velop which would cause tho dele
gates to got Into a row. They also
hoped that tho convention would
adopt a platform which
tain somolninjr nboui whtrs
week left for Ashland on the Miigoltho bear .who finally turned lull nnd
Monday, where she will Uslt her. swam across the rler and dlsnp-
mother and father, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Kcsrer U enjoying n visit
from her mother, brothers nnd sis
ters from Susanvllle. They expect
to leave next Thursday In their car
Mrs. 0. K. Hunt Is running a truck
on tho milk route for n few days.
Hcv. Hulett preached nt Malln Sun
der. There Ir much lntnrAt almu.i
would con- i ,Il0 sluiay school. Tho attend
vhlch thev .... c...i -? .. ....
Hilvkt "I., . t .. . -. nuii'UMiiuuuj) i... mure lias
hollor. but the platform so far '..,
has b?en unassalled. Tho Inabllltr r,
of the opposition lo find anything
to complain about Is well Illustra
ted by nn editorial In a Portland
Independent" paper which referred
lo tho convention as a "blue blood
ed affair for tho llk stocking
crowd." The facts arp that fully
a third of th0 delegates were farm
ers nnit they were the most con
Mr. Hulett spoke In the
Merrill and will preach a
1XUU, II. fOWKI.U IM'-AI)
peared In the woods.
Doctor Wlsecarver nnd Harry
Peterson went up Saturday nfter- I
noon to visit Loosely and hunt
ducks. They had lost no bears and
wcro (reeking none. They took nn j
evening stroll down to the river.
bank, n hundred yards or so, nnd
tho dogs flushed the hear ran him
1 Doc's story begins here. Infan
j try. consisting of two rifles, en-
gaged the enemy, nnd llht artll
1 1ry detachment, equipped with one
evening nt ' "'""n- wl,1 ,,ur,t la'l"' relnfurc
t Jit. I.akl ' r'' ",0 atlac,- " Wfl5 ,hp nr"
i tlliery fire tea tumbled iiruin from
( the tree-'in. He suffored from loss
jof considerable hload and dignity.
I rnd he was mad nil ove.
I Hut to get the real thrill from
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Don't cry or cuss when dirt and dust cakes tip your hair on n
motor trip nnd makes you took it perfect frlsht. Here's n complcto cica
trical rruus.tKO and cut line outfit that runs by lho power of your car.
A Boston girl's using IL
TONIGHT AT THE
Word has been received hv .Mrs
Herman Ilorsman of this city of tlie'1"0 '0Ty- 'ou havp ,0 hr,!r w,,",,
death of her cousin. Karl H. Powell ; carvcr tctl ,l-
In Ircacott, Arizona, where lie has
l!-'".1.!. lhf proRram ,n lbccn for ," " ear wlth a cousin. MANV CALIFORNIA
connection with the Impromptu re- Jay t). Powell, well kn
mark and were enthusiastic for young man lost his hi
Iho Platform rsnorlntlp (, I..I.I.. i.
tno Platform, especially tho tax
"This Is something Ilk; It." saU
Itoy Smith, farmer from tho Hood
inter country, who announced to
tho meeting that ho had "borrow
ed vthe cssh from his wife's milk
mon?y to enablo him to bo present."
"Thl tax program offers something
definite and something constructive
I havo heard the Democratic candi
date speak a couple of times. lie
paints a terrible picture of tho
farmer' condition, a lot of which Is
true and a lot of which la exaggera
tion. But while he weeps a good
deal In an effort lo get the sym
pathy of his audience, he offe.
nothing definite in the way or re
lief. When ha spoke at Hoo! River
n fow weeks ago. he failed to get
oway with his bunk. for. Senator
Vinton was there from JfcJllnnvlllo !
nnd ho mado Brother Pierce 'ook
like 30 conts. He certainly showed
him up right. Ho Juat chawed him
up like a cow chews fodder and he.
was so sincere about it In contrast '
lo Pierce's ovldcnt demngigy, that
ho had the crowd. If wo could
r.ngo debnto In overt- rountv between
rierco and some nepuhl'etn who
knowg hlra nnd tho facts, thero
would he nothing to It."
Coming from a farmer n this did
It made a good Impression. It';m irks
by dolegatcs and otliers nfdv Hip
ad'ournracnt Indicated that tho
Platform was pretty generally satis
factory. Thoro waa some disposi
tion to fear that tho convention
might go on tho rocks on tho bill
to abolish private schools, but ar
dont advocates of the school bill
agreed with those who oppose It
that the delegates had no right to
commit tho party to tho bill ono
way or another, that It Is not In
any suusc a party Issue, but a mat
ter that will bo decided by n direct
vote of tho pcoplo regardless of
whatever' may bo tho position of tho
various Ilepubllran candidates. A
lot of piomlncnt Hcpubllcana who
are for tho school bill, as well as
those who aro against it, aro earnest
supporters of Mr. Olcott and they
rofuso to drag tho school bill Into
own here. Tho
health while In
COUNTIES THIS YEAR
WILL RAISE TAXES
the amir nnd It w.i hnnurl ti.. u.
mate In Arizona might help him. He j SACItAMKNTO, Cal , Oct. 3
was of a Jolly, sunny disposition and Thirty-nine of tho fifty-eight coun
po:sesscd a wonderful talent for mil-' ties of California raised their tnx
sic. Ills ono aim was to maintain tho ' ratea for tho current fiscal )car, ar
highest Ideals of manhood, liesldes cording to a statement Issued today
relatltes in I.os Angeles and Oak- by State Controller Kay I.. Hlley.
lands he leatcs a mother and fathor. ' The largest raise Is shown In Ama
Jlr. and Jlrs. Joe Powell of (Irants ' dor county and amounts to one dol- ,
Pass, Ore., two sliders. Edith Hoguo ' lar per hundred. Tho largest drop In
of Graalu Puss, and Jlrs. .Mario I rate was In Jlono county, which
DIacklle of Oakland, Cal., nnd twol shows a decrease of ono dollar per
brothers Leslie and Paul Powell. hundred. Ten coutilles lowered their,;
I rate and nine remained tfio samo as
"The Storm" is here! 3-4 In 1921.
Whoopee Lct'cr Buck
Another Wonderful Show Night
THREE CLASSY VAUDEVILLE ACTS
Real lingers and real musicians, genuine comedians
AND THE BIG WESTERN RODEO PICTURE
"West ot The Rio Grande"
100 per cent Western, full of fighting, riding
roping and, shooting
ALSO A GOOD COMEDY PICTURE
Remember this is the best show of the year
Show Starts, 6:15 and 8:15
Moose Hall Condemned
will play at
The White Pelican Hotel
Thursday Friday Saturday
Featuring Monte Austin
The famous Tower of Jewels sinrjer at the
last World's Fair.
8'oclock 8 o'clock
Itm,onr! Hmltli vs. Aliiutt
Itosunfuld-Hmlth Co., vs Joseph Jf.
Aluutt, suit to foreclose chatllo mort
gage then tn niture juomlssory noto
In amount of $3,IU0 circuit court. .
JtobrrN ; Kiml.1 tn, TIioimiii
Robot t'l .". I .inks 3. John Tlior
con, su I for payment of $191.80,
36.77 mid 5-t f. ). iilleged owing for
morchami lo. Circuit court.
Victor :;orih am reported to usn
n higher gr:! of shellac, henco
have the finest turf.ice Karl flhep
orchestras as any other, C-7
The Floor-Covering Sale of the Year
This sale is a money-saving opportunity you can't afford to miss. You will
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coloring and size, for any rooms in your home that need new floor-covering. Or, if
you prefer an all-over floor-covering, you will find many attractive designs
Gold-Seal Congoleum By-the-Yard.
Gold-Seal Congoleum Art-Rugs
Regularly Priced $9.30
7'4x9 - $9.80
Regularly Priced $11.60
9x9 ' $11.70
Regularly Priced $13.95
U here I
9x1 0 " . .e $13.75
Regularly Priced $16.5
9x12ft .ize $15.95
Regularly Priced $18.60
Other sizes ranging down to the
V2 x 3 ft Rugs 49C
Waterproof Sanitary Durable
Vuu need only to rriul tii; partial list of 'in
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nctir (urln or f"hlrkH-up" nt (lie cdKe.
' - Satisfaction Guaranteed
Air tlm Cold-Still Congoleum Included In tlila
Mile Ik fri'sli new koimN, miiiI N fully Kuiirniitii'il liy
th fi'otil Keul plcdi: "Hallfinlloii (liiiiriintent or
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ment Is tnnde thin week. x
Gold-Seal Congoleum By-the-Yard
Two Yards and Three Yards Wide
74c per sluare yd.
Perkins Furniture House
Klamath Fall, Ore
3.4 44HMTho Furnisher of Happy Homes" nnm.