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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 28, 1922)
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"RED" BARKER HELD
jf n'l I'd Ilucknroo AIIoktiI l Hntu
lK Operated Klnlmrnto Htllt
""JtoJ" I'nrkor well-known rider
mill uucnurmi, Hliu nujg hid ri'.ii
rlitmo In W. 1'. ThompioD, Is In tlio
(nil. nt Ihn lnuf rtinrrnil Yt'ltli tlin
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poracimon or iiiioxicauni; liquor in
violation of tho, prohibition act,
mitt pith. Urn poswslon of properly
iii .iiuiiuiuu ui nun .iihu mi, nri
Sen Ice tu Ho Hrld WeOnevlay Af
lernocii At Whlttork t'tmpel
wlttjii' Mill, copper colls nml five into cuModr lX tho officers ye-!
Imrrrifi of ma5. Tho still Is re-, terdny nml hroURht hero., Upon op-'
p&rtfrt to have about 20-Rallon c.vj pnulnj; before Commission Thomas'
yctty. Tho complaint Mas iiwornj thU nftcrnoon his ball was set fori
to in tno orncc or unuru statcs( jiooo, which ho was contldcnt or
.Commissioner Hert C. Thomas this belnKaule to raised. UN "lie'ar
qf'lornoon by I'red Ilaker, Miperln-j Ing S se'ror 2 o'tloifk tomorrow
(undent of tho Klamath Indian res- afternoon.
Ilaker, assisted by T. N. Snook
ami Deputies Uvrrton and Shadley.
raided Parker's place on Seven Mile
crenk and there discovered n cave
like," room which had been sunk
Into thp nround and
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tvl over ulth dirt, leaves nt.d busb..C' CALDWELL FUNERAL
with a small, nqunro oponlnir In1
tho roof for an entrance. Tho It-,
rtnor-makliiR outfit was operated,
with gas eomprosslon torches and i
the loom wan llfihted with n, jjni
torch, Compresslo Kane nnd oth-;
er Into nppllnnres were used In
connection with tho manufacture.
Tho cave Itself was about SxtO feet,
nnd comfortably high.
The still with flvo barrels of
mnsh was confiscated nnd "lted"
Parker, or Thompson, was taken
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Tir.M., ou:miii:u 'ih, iiwu.
and has hem
MIU' creek for
hero from Montana
ruueral rervlce.i for tVell Onld
well, who wan killed In n liutitlntT
nccldcnl ilundny.Vwill bo held nt
Whlllock's chapel nt S HO Wednet
day afternoon. Tho ltiiv Moore of
tho Methodist church will preside.
Tho body of Antone llauinnti, w lie.
died Monday mornJnt; of w&un.lu ie
eclved In a huntlnK ncelitenV.Sundny.
will bo shipped Wednesday tt Pair
fax, Minnesota, A roronor'8 Inquest
was scheduled for thin afternoon.
Tho stork Is volcelesa but a man
with triplets tells. us the blid l.
dumb In more ways than that. .
ALL SET FOR; RELAY
' Helnjt Meloct liy
HIrIi HvIhmiI t'lnsM'H
Wo h.ivo 03 per cent of the world's i
telephones nnd Roodr.ess knows what
cleverly roof-' per cent of Its wroaR numbers.
1'OUTI.AND. Nov. ;S. Cntlo 2Bc
lower, choice steers $6.75 to $7. 75.
Hors, sheep and crrs steady, but
ter firm. Hard white, bduestem.
haart unquoted other Grades wheat
Jt.tJ to $1.21.
sUkoiI bv tho Junior I'lki ui II T
o'eloek Tlilirtilny inni'ilur. or.- pro- .
criwimt well, roni i.-ams from tho
lour iiirii senool riiise will lm en- i
tpri'it. lit.nliliuiiiilli.iH l..niit i
A . -k A. A. .
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PIii:is for the lelav rneo
The fieshintw elnss Inn niipolnlo.l i
Krnnk llnirnnil John I'erliim to fitrm i
n loam to rcprcsrii'l'thls elar.ii.
sophumorp team will be plekoil rrom
tho foU.iwItiR enudlilnto. llnny
Malatoro4onnluRH WndlnitiiMt Ver
non rhrlfly. nipt., Rife Kiiltlc?. Itatph
Turner, tleorno I'ondroy. l-'rnnl,
Upp. Pcrtrt Winter. J'nul ('nnipboll
the Joy of
upp, roimi winter. J'nul Cnnipbel! , ' WW vfJ?s. W
Claudo nl-dflefil. Diilo UjM, end V' BR 8 ti
Charlei Mack. Tim Junior team t ""b K 3
will be Clifford HoRue, Julian Anor. ' JL A NWW&
" fry i? V;! 4 Jr .'Cu' V
fll ; ' V',; Say " M
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Vernon Moore, nnd Hubert Cornlali
The senlorj will bo plrkod from the
follewIrR: Prank. Peyton. Walter
Short, (leorr.o Dow, I.esllo I'nytun
Husrell Crandall and Ch.ii lea Chan-tain.
IJneli team will run under polorniV
to bo worn on tho left nrns of inf Uj
runners. The troahmrn will we-w'
blue nnl Rold. the sophomnren erlm-1 t
son and black and the Juniors ornnRc j t
and black. .V
skes mu&M. ! mm t
in AY DINNFR $
Tho jmltcrn pictured here i but a KUgdction of what you can got at
our big holiday store. While the exact deafen ! nnl now eanicd we have a
varied aspoi'tment to pick from and ask you to look thorn over.
GIFTS THAT ENDURE
In addition to our large stock of toy we wish to .surest that for the
older people there is nothing worth more a.s a Chi Minus fiift than a ))ioee or
furniture, comfortable rocker, a leather envoivd rnnnli. .m nnUv ilmmtimr
Mow many, children imvo you?- table or, poi'luum a handfomo wickor'babv enrriatre.
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. This furniture store is not limited to furniture alone but carries evmy-
IV thins to furnish the home, that's why .wo have for our alutftm "KurnMicra
y of Huppy Homes." Wo furnish" tho happy ones, maybe we furnish some
j of the others, but what we mean is that this store is prepared to furnish the
entire home from attic to basement.
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Poor lltitlnrv .Mmi
'Ilout fo'teen Ui) Ut time
eotintod 'em, 'VfrauRcr
lanky uatlo. 1
Its slrnnRe that n father doesn't
know how many ehllJren lie has "
"I never did hau no he id fur
'rlthmetle I don't ena know hon
many hawgi I've not, an' a hawR'a
SKVKIUIi l.lTTI.i: t'SKI) PIAXOS
In flno condition ulth ruarautee
and with divided payment for ro
llnblo folks. Karl Shepherd Co GO
Mam St ltr
127 So. Sixth St.
Klumnth Fci, Ore.
While in town taU a nrlm
Hot KnrinKt Hath Hkimo
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FURNISHER OF HAPPY HOMES
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y Let flowci-s comi)Iete the Thanks
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!Jf youj-are'to entertain this Thanks-
giving, let flowers especially Chiy- .
" santhemums,. radiate that cheer and
brilliancy which always completes a
. finished setting.
,- If you are to be a guest, a gift of f low
ers will please your hostess and ex
press your grateful appreciation of
i The gorgeous blossoms of the
Chrysanthemums cany as
do the Lilies at East
er, the spirit of
Klamath Flower Shop
Phone 589 834 Main St:
r'J.riUSS! JTL tfi
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A TURKEY FREE with every Suit or Overcoat costing
Twenty-five Dollars or more, orJVith Thirty-jfive Dol
lars worth of other merchandise Only a few left, so get
"I ain't mad at nobody"
Store will remain closed all day Thursday. Open Wednesday until 8 p.m.
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