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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 13, 1922)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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The Evening Herald
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The Drag Store of Service, Quality and Low Prices
r. R. AOUMCftUtor ud Pnbllafcer
M. It. HIMi Cltr KdUor
V. C. NIOltr.H Advertising Manager
rubllshod dally oxcopt Sunday, at
Th Ilerhld Publishing Company of
Klamath Falls, at 110 Eighth aired.
Kntcrnd at the postofflco at Klam
ath Falls, Ore., for tranamtaalon
through tho mails ns second-class
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tion of all nons dispatches crpdlted
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rniDAY, ononcit 1:1, unr-'.
ARE YOU READY?
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J iSJXousicS 1
.i.i iiir. (ivn 1 1 ats at I'oi'Uiau imuccs.
semi: or tiii: vi:uv i:u.rsivi: onus )
i ' mxi: or thi: ATitot'iin:s. i
j KNOX VEILS
IN I'OITUVU OM.OItS. M,ArK, NVVV AMI lll'.OWV
tor of Mr nnd Mm. l.eo Houston,
who I sppiulhiK mime time tn tin
Ciillfnrnl.i clt for her health
VOTEItS, have yon tnVcn any
time to study the measures
unit niiipinlmi'ntN mi wlilrh rnn nro
....in.i . .. v...,,iw... ?' Sir- nnd Mrn J a nun IVlton are In
Have ou made up )ur mind. ,ottn i,ln frol hElr '" '"""',
whotlior the compulsory idiinitlmial npar rrl Klamath.
S. I' Campbell H a Klamath
I'nlls lsltor this week-end from
Lang Eerday I'horolutps Kre-di
' im.I ....... .t I !,... ..........I t.
ii.iti Kii.utiiiii'i'ii, 'i r;iiiii ii.ij uilli
bill la the meritorious measure that
will' result In tho upbuilding of the
puhllr schools and tho strengthening
of citizenship, ns Its supporters
claim: or Ik nn unconstitutional and
unwarranted attempt :it confiscation
of prltnttJ property that "III discredit
the state, add millions to the tax bur
den, reniovo n check oa the public
schools nnd thereb) weaken their
standards, as Its opponents noser t?
How do j on stand nn tho single
tax measurer Its proponents claim
W. Smith and O. K. Splndler.
railroad men, are hero from San
Krnncltco on business.
N. K. yodhousu was a business
visitor hern esterday afternoon
from his bee ranch near Merrill.
Art Kckwall arrhed last tilftbt
from Hray. California, 'and I regis
tered at tbe White Pelican hotel.
Carlton Flint, of Sacramento, nr-
rfvpil nn lairt li?ht' (rniti nn.l ulll
inai ii wuuin mrce sppcuiaiors in .. , ,,.. . .. , ... ., ,,
,,.-.. spend n few days In Klamath Kails,
release large ncreage now wltheul '
from beneficial use Its oppencnts j ,,. ,: j.aj,jock la a city Msltor
nttnrl; Its practicability declare It ,,,, uk-end from Portland. He
Currln's Kor Prugs
LAUDS FAIR WORKERS
Count Agent Tells nf i:ffort Ite
iiilied to I'tilfill I'Imik
Mrxltc Somebody Happy
Snturdny, October 14th.
Hy A. Henderson, (unl Agent ,
Perhaps few people of the thou- I
sands that Mttil the rounty fair j
tepudlntes all gnvurnment.il gunran
tees of prhntn ownership in land,
and Its application In nn Oregon they
hold n freakish experiment that
would wreck the state. ,
Thcrn Is a proposal on tho ballot
to fix tlio Interest rate limit In Ore
gon at six per ren. Would that re
sult In cheaper loans for tho borrow
er, or would It drain capital from
Is registered at the White Pelican
Mrs. Charles ird has returned
to her home at Pelican City after an
extended visit Wh relatives ami
friends In Sacramento.
Don Kumwalt and John Mcjcrs
j left late yoste day nftemoon nn a
tho statu .to fields where the bor
rower pays morn for the uso of mon
ey and Icavo Oregon enterprises
without nny adequate rcserxolr from
ulifeli to draw financial suppsrt
I.lnn and Ilrstnti county arc seek
Inr; nn net enabling them to Jevy
tnxes In excess of constitutional Urn
us. in y:y iiuiai.iiiuiK arr;ir..''. u LHtinst.l
will cost Klamath county nothing.
That's ,nn,o way of IookInK.fj.lt. jjut
l It griU policy to upset 'conatltu
tlonal provisions so haphazardly. If
you apply tho prlnclplo (o l.lr.n coun
ty this year. It may bn generally up
piled ne.it year It may be applied
In Klamath couruy. Then jour chick
ens will roitio homo to roost. Tarn;!,
do r hunting trip expecting to bo
away two or three days.
A. E. Kruse, of the Kruse lumber
company. Is a business visitor here
from Suan lake today. He Is stop
ping at the White Pelican hotel.
.Mr. nnd Mrr. Purge Mason arc
In town for a few days from Mt.
California, whero they aro
Interested In the lumber business.
Mr. ii nd
realized the time nnd energ) re
quired In order to make the fair tli,
success that It was. Pew people
realize that It Is necessary to lute a
fair board and that to put on a sue-
cesffiil fair It Is necessary that this
board be backed to the fullist ex
tent by the business men of the cltj
That Is Just what happened In i
the recent fair. A month prev
ious to tbc fair but few plans ti.id
been made and the site had not been
definlntcly secured Without th"
reoperation and backing of tho busi
ness men of the city this .wild not
have been done and this ear's filr
would r-ae been a small tiupnrjry
one its In the past.
With permanent ground se-ured.
the fair board was then abl to go
ahead ami plan on a iieimunont
basis. The first stop w.is land
scaping the grounds. Profi or A
Peck, landscape gardener, O. A V
was .secured through the state p-j
tension service. Corvallls. Prof
Peek spent several days hero and
laid complete plans for the- urntiin.s.
which when completed will lie one
of tho best In the state T.e ex
pense of this work was hnnie by!
the state extension service.
From that point on tb0 nKin'sis
of the fair boaivl, consisting of
Clydi llradley. manager. It P
AV: T..W.-. YY-fr
Civ riSOM (V
Strawberry, Viiullla, Miirlui. Mnplu
Nut, Chewing and Nut Creams
Honey Nougat, Honey Combed Mollis
es Candy. Filbert Nut Carnmelii, Will
lint Cie.ims, Nuts and Pineapple dip
ped with cream nnd nil eoited with
Mmv' l'.lliioiix Milk Cbnculiito.
Half pniiiiil box 0e
Peiiliil lm SI. 00
11 urn" Made Spp lals
Hair and Half
... . 3Ce Peanut llrlttlo
CRc .Milk Chocolate
. 08o Assorted Chocolates
t ..COo Scotch Tnffeo
..$ 1 .CO Oliocolato Almonds
'JOe Peppermint Patties
little daughter arrhed here from i lirndbury. president und A. A Km-
' f ,
Mrs. John J. V. Hosklns Is ex-
pcrlui with tho const'tutlon, ac mat, pectcd to return tonight from Santa
Clara, California, where she has
been visiting her mother for the ,
past two months.
ter how harmless seema the reason.
Is not a matter for light considera
tion. I.ess thnn thirty days remain be
tween now aid tho election. It Is
little enough time for tho determina
tion of policies that are so lmpcrt
ant to tho state.
Hotter begin to do your thinking
now. Frankly, and spenklng'for our
self nlono, wo do not bcllcvo there Is
one meritorious or necessary mea
sure on tho ballot. What do you
Fort Klamath this morning. .Mrs. mitt, treasurer, were
McAullffe left on the morning train ' men In Klamath county, and .le
for the south. , ere a lot of credit for their slnro
In placing tho fair on n perman
ent and successful foundation llrad
ley coul 1 usually bo found at the
i grounds any time from sun up nn-
Coughs and Colds
Vlik's Vnpti Hub
Itexnlt lliomhliil S.ilw
Hi Mill MiM. ml Ointment
Mi ntliiilln,. Ihiliii
Ited Pepper Hull
Itniiiiie I ten (inj
Hajer's A-piiln Tulitrl
Mar Cold Tablets
Hi Mill Crlppe I'lIN
llllls ( aornr.i Jiiiiiim
liMilllr Aspirin Tiibb'1
liilnlno Cupoiilt'-i, U j-r.
roleH Honey A Tin
et Chirr) Pictnr.il
King's New DUroter)
I'.ipe's Colli 'omxiitiii
Itexiill ( heirv UrU
hriii Uhlie Cine a-jil T'i-
mill WIM 1n-rrv
-i I m While Pine, Tin- noil
.Injur, lt.ilwim Tin-
Pis Iteinedy .
( liiilntierl.iiiis Cnuli llaUaiii
.sl Hob's Cure
Itln llrmirlil I.J pin-
Tim Call. A Wutcrhury Clock. Tup Hell
alarm, nlclilo rase, tluarauteed. DNe
The Vigilant. A Waterbury Cloejs,
Cxtra loud, back bell alarm, (luuruti
Hani Water Sonp
Mnkes n big lather In hard wtitor
I'lue for tho bath.
3 big cakes 25c
l.uneli Kits, mm pi ii e
With pint linttlo
tl IT. to 12 ''
12 25 tn $3 r.n
To savo money in to earn it. You arc
sure to need oho or more of these items
during the month.
EARN THE SAVING NOW
These prices are irootl otily durinp;
Cat a Nome Talcum
Thr -tn lil- ut of purltx. Is laden x It Ii mi iillurliiR
enlliint; iiol tiiiwlti hlng French odor
Ciirn Nimie Tuli'iim l In n class with Hie lilghil
pili I'd tin !( I -l piikiii'i' bniiilaoniel) frosted glam
J ir Ml'h hjghlx pu'i In I i P
During October 69c
Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets
nil inn etiliiv 'ir fund nnd eat what ton like Hex
all ihspepslt Tablet i will Insure xni from vtnmnch
illsn.Mitoil V. t'Uiirnntre tln'V will help )nu or wo
will r fin I oiir Minuet fiOr size
Dtiriti); October 39c
Purelesl Cascara Aromatic
A nplenllil iiN'in.iin liistiiiK lion nlditiiillr tnntr-lax-iiiIm
l'ni.ilh '(' nve with tblldri'ii or mini's
Dttrinj: October 19c
Pcntcx Wrilini! Paper
The ilmilile size box t.H slieris uf paper ami Ii en-x-liipii
itnnd to"'")' while fabric f littli-t Gallon
i ty llegnliir iV'i"
Durinc October 39c
Monorjrnni Fountniii Syriitfjc
A high Krule rl rolit"'-- "rlng' Mmil I. .1 in mi"
p'ii-.. I'll.- 1,'ir'h 'f i iliinn I r, ,. re
Ilp, in I 'iii'nff lt':n'ir pi!..' II 7j
Durinc October $1.19
Cleans lnl.. outsl'ile, and between
tli- 1. 1. h
Two veek only jbC
Ladies' Hand Bags
You'll like the newer .shapes and colors in
headed and leatlier bans and vanity boxes.
You'll like the prices too. The best ones
have just arrived and there is only one of
each tyle. Better look theiti otT now ami
chotwe tho one you want. S2.r0 to $15.00.
Children's Puriea 75c
til sun dswn. In addition to the j
"What difference docs It make,
whether I am a Miibon nr a Klans
mini?" yips Wully Pierce, tho acro
bat, who Is running for governor on
the Demo-Kluno ticket. Not a bit If
he Is n Mason, says thu Mod ford Mail
Tribune. Hut If ho Is Inxlslble. he'll
find out when the votes aro counted.
Why does ho not whimper, "What
difference does It malm whether I urn
nn Odd Fellow or nn anarchist"
HONOR PUPILS NAMED
IinuT Sunn l.nl.c Kdioni litis C.'nuil
I.M of Successful Student
Special lit The Ilei-ahl
I.OWKIt SWAN l.AKi:. Oct 13
Tho folewliu: pupils of Dirtrlct No.
2! nru on the honor roll for the first
month of school; Luster llobln,
Normn Stiles, Cnrl Stiles. Klols Ititli
In, Delia Wluehell, (liifoul llobln,
l.iltlllo Nino, Oordnn Itoblu, Anna
Stiles nnd William Wlnchull.
Thu school will gl'o un entertain
muni mid basl.ut soclul I'rlilny ulgljt,
O.t. 20, for thu purpose of ralsln
funds for Hchnol supplies
evenings spent on various commit-
Captnln J. W. Siemens accom-1 ,ccs relating to fair work. These
panled by John Siemens, Jr.. re-1 ll,on "" ?'"'" ,heIr ,lme fr,,,,y al"1
turncil home last nlcht after an rHy '", no houKt nf r""i
ffbstncu of nearly three weeks spantj Pensctlon. except tho sorvlce they
In Portland looking after business rouIJ render their county.
Tomorrow is rindy day. Make
W. J. Campbell and Towlo are nomcono happy with candy. Cur
her,, from Oshkosh. Wisconsin, i rln's For Drugs. 13
Doth nro prominent lumbermen of .
tho middle-west. They xvlll .spend ! AUMOl'lt ItHI-C.sKS I'Kil'P.Ks
sometime hero looking after their
lItensts. ' j CHICAC.O. Oct 13 -J OgiUn r-
i mour nvnln today refused to glxo tin
Mr. nnd Mrs. George Darby, who federal trado commission, wbbh Is
have liwn hero this week as tho IrivesUgatiiiKlradliiK In xvhn.it fu-i
guests of Mr. nnul Mrs. Sam Smith. ' tures. figures showing the extent of j
left on the morning tr.iln for Sacra- bin grain muling In 1021 nnd the
men to. Thoy will remain there for a ' tarly months of thin eur. Armour !
couple of montlw before going on to on stnnd Wednesday hud refused to
their home In l.ci Angeles Kvo Min, details of bh grain transne
Mr. and Mr. F. C. Vannatta. t'0n'' "" was "'"",l ""t" ' '''y
who have been here visiting tholr I
niece, Mm. I.eo Houston, for the . Mn"y ''"V"'" l,l,,lt Ul0 ,ln'K Un"
..,.. .,i, t. .t , . - ' " ln"ro Ideiisaiii ulaco to shop Try
past week. left this morning for tM ,rug store first, -"urrlirs For
Ashland whore they will visit other Drugs. 13
relatives and friends. They wore j "
accompanied here from Oakland. ' ... A meeiianirally perfect Instrument,
S-..o to MT.Ol)
Rl.00 tn S -J. oil
Fountain Pens Itepalred
Fifth and Main Streets
a!!, oitiit:it!; i ii.i.i:d imiompti.v
Venlilu llulr Nets.
Cap nnd Fringe Shape
Single. or Double Mesh
i .v. a for a.v
llilr NetH I Or
ri.. ti. i.i. tii i.
California, by Elda Houston, .laugh- ' rl,, 8y, 8o" """",5r',""
Currln's hell nil kinds of mlinol
0. B. CONVHNTION AT ASHLAND
A. Crater Lnko I'nlon C. K. con
vpntlon will bu held In AbIiIuii-I
October 20, 21 and 22. An elab
(irate program lias been nrrnnged
mid xll Includei siioaklng hy Kin Inn
Cooper, nexv statu pr,eslduut of tho
Chilstlnn Endeavor, und Ui0 nuv.
Hart of Urania Pass, former Wash
ington state prosldont.
Currln's soil KODA1C (Urns. J 3 I
Today At The Liberty
Thrills, Mystery, Action and Romance
"THE BLACK BAG"
Starring the ever popular
We also show Chapter '1 of the con
"In The Days of Buffalo Bill"
Tomorrow "Western Speed" starring
"Orphans of the Storm"
We intend to start moving within -ten days
and Until that time will make speeial price:?,
either cash or pay first of the month.
Save from 85 cents
on a WEDGEWOOD HEATEH, from $7.00 to
SW.25 on a WEDGEWOOD RANGE. These
disceunt: from our regular prices and you know
a WEDGEWOOD to be a first class article;
made in Han Francisco and repairs easy to get.
We have just received several patterns of
new Axminister Hugs in different .sizes. A reg
ular 0x12 $40.00 Hug for .$34.20 and a regular
$50.00 one for .$42.75, with others at prices be
tween. ThoFe values must be sebn to be appre
ciated. New 0x12 Grass Hugs for .$5.85 and the 8x10
84.95, To.oleum floor covering Hug .$2.50. lK..x
4 1. -ft. and a 3x3 .$1.15.
Special sale on dishes at 15 cents each.
See our Window Display
Just received, new lot of Blankets and Com
forters, medium price $2.45 to .$2.70.
New Simmons Heds, Premier Springs, Silk
Floss and Cotton Mattresses at prices less than wG
have ever sold before.
New Drcpscrs, Chiffoneers, Leather Chairs,
Library Tables, all at special prices until we move.
We also have most complete line of the bet
ter grade in used furniture.
F. M. LUCAS
How Much Per Dollar?
There is an advantage after all in
working for a salary or wage because it is
po.iblc to anticipate your exact income.
This enables you to plan you outgo ac
cordingly. To the salary and wage earners of
Klamath Falls wo suggest that a certain
definite part of every dollar be deposited
in our savings department, i, 5, 10',; as
may be desired. You will be agreeably
surprised at the result!
4 on Savings
The Americqn National Bank
Member Federal Reserve System