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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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Published dally except Sunday by
The Herald Publishing Company of
Klamath Kails, at 116 Fourth street
Entered at the poMoffice nt Klnm-.
ath Falls, Ore , for transmission thru I
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SATURDAY, AIMUL 20, 1010. i
DISTKIHITK THK I.OAX.
AT THE CHURCHES
Carried away by their enthusiasm
to place their city and county at the
head of the list ot those over the top
on the Victory Loan,, and rfcogniz-j
tag the value ot the bonds from anj
Investment standpoint, many banks i
subscribed the entire loan. So scri-l
ous had this become that the Federal
Reserve Bank stopped it. On this J
point Lewis B. Franklin, one of the
directors ot the War Loan organlia-'
tion in Washington, said :
"In reaching a determination as to
the various characteristics ot the"! plnt Baptist Church, corner Wash-
Vlctory Liberty Loan, particularly as lngton and "Eighth. J. B. Griffith,
to rates ot interest on the notes at pastor.
the limitation ot the amount, and , pf .upeSndenl0 ' B" ' "'
the rejection ot oversubscriptions,' Preaching at 11 a. m.
the secretary of the treasury had in I
mind, particularly, the great import-' Sacred Heart Churcn, corner 8th
aace-ot insuring a wide distribution anl H,n streets. Rev. Hugh J. Mar-
ot these notes to real Investor, .so $$ at 8:00 A. .
that they could be paid for out of Second Mass In Merrill 10.30 A. M.
present or future savings and conse- '
sjaeatly without creating any strain The- Christian Science Society of
. h. h.nvin. ...... f ,k Klamath Falls holds services at 113
ob the banking resources ot the Fourth meet eTjry SundaT mornlnf ,
omtT7. -at 11 o'clock and every Wednesday
"The terms as announced, have evening at 7:30. All are welcome.
aet with universal approval, but It The subject oMesson for Sunday,!
aaould be Impressed upon every Llb-i .,. ''rooauon Aiier ueam"
iuijiri!u uuu ij w- Thj Sunday school session is from
erty Loan committee in the country j-as io 10:45 every Sunday morntog.
that the real task before us is not The free reading room and free
accomplished simply by raising the lending library is open from 3:30 to
ifiA ..... r.- '0 on Tuesdays, Thursdays and
apeeified amount of money. Conre- a.tnriars
ently the local banks have decided
-to place the loam-witl the reople,- Methodist Episcopal Church, Tenth
wibere it belODgs. land High. Rev. Simpson Hamrlck.J
, pastor. HIT East street. Phone 7W.
' I Services at the usual hours. The
"roar attention Is called to the state subject fir the morning service will
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CHICAGO. DAILIES HIT
AT LOAN SWINDLERS
Chicago newspapers have made an
agreement not to accept advertising ot
financial pirates ottering to trade "gilt
edge" securities for Liberty bonds and
have started a campaign to educate the
public against this swindle, through
which It Is estimated the public has
bean cheated out of more than f&00
000,000 a year.
partnership existing between' us,
I known as Collman and Cosoboom,
I dealers In firewood. This business
shall In future be conducted by John
I Collman. who will pay all bills, col
Meet all accounts due the firm and as
sume all obligations.
I M. W. COBKDQOM.
26-3t JOHN COLLMAN.
SITUAT IONS WANTED
WswaMi s ox s siawa,i
WANTED Situation as cook on
ranch or In logging camp. In
quire Mrs. M C. Nowlen, 103 Main
. street. 3-3t
F1H8T CLASS LAUNDRESS wlshfs
washing and Ironing or bundle
work to take home; fiOc per hour.
Rlversldo apts., 3 Main St., room 8.
FOR KENT Sunny front bedroom,
Local Red Cross
. Activities '
(loods remlteil fri.m AinlllirlM,
frniii Murcli 3uth tn April svitt are as
Fort KJamnlh 30 I'sjsma suit
Merrill- 30 I'njiimit nulla
Henley S 1'ojmim nulla I awnt.
tir. N men's ulilrin 1 pnlr ioi
MIIU Addition In I'ajama mill,
Sewing Room Ktnnialh Falls
35 Hoys shirts, 12 Utile ntght drt.
ses, 30 I'ajama lulls.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
We, the undersigned, wish to an
nounce that we have dissolved the
"If you would know the value ol
fnoney go and try to borrow some; fori
he that goes a-borrowlng goes a sor
rowing." I'oor Richard.
416 Pine st. I'honu 17.
Getting the Thrift habit Is simply
a matter of buying your first stamp.
Try It. Steve Ilrodle took a cbanct
i 1 1 -i -i -in -ii-i Trrrrm r"i-r" ,--
FOR SALE (lood seed nats, 3.00
per cwl.; fanned or cleaned. Harry
Wilson. 1 i miles north.Shssta View
law against using the public high
ways for dumping grounds. Some ot
be ','The relation of the child to the
Church." Children will be biptlied.
The League and the other services
oar leading citizens are Ignoring! for the evening will be combined.
tat. i nt it.1m til nrartlrn of"rne Minute Men" will have charge
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strewing the road leading from this
city with 'tin cans and rubbish is
of the service. The- following sub
jects will be dlscusesd "The mean
ing of Stewardship by will woods;
iHvnniinnpii. anme DMmin are wainz Stewardship and Life by Mrs. Chas
. fco .-. t..... (....I'W""; Stewsrdhip and Jatouey
to have some heavy fines to psy.lj,r ,.awrenils Phelps; Why I beKcvo
3s tremember that It is Just as es-j the Ctn.enary Program by E. M
sertial to keep our county roads in Chllcr.te: Intercession by I. D. Whl.
a presentable condlUon as it is to ". Chilrtlan Life Service -by
. " .... vn v 'iorge J Uaiton.
keep our streets Tree from rubbUti.
Now that you have made a start on Presbyterian Church, Pine street,
luuilng up, do. not stop with the Job near Second. Rev. E. P. Lawrence
MH,COn!- .KT Bt " UDtU H.U "T horning worship 11 A. M. Subject
iahed and then keep your premises in .. our Reiigon Selfish?" Evenlns
a T.tat, sanitary condition for the rest service at 8 P. M. Subject "After
nf the year. Invest a few cents in Faster What? Miss Augusta Parker
.. 3 j ,. , will sing at the Morning servjee.
nower seeas. ana neip put a piciu;- TJ)ere w)u fae a attractIve moVlng
FOR SALE Maxwell, 76, bonds
or trade; I am driving the car; see
it. Dr. A .A. .Soule. 3-3t
For summer use in the home there is no better wood
than PEYTON'S BLOCK-WOOD.
The Best of Wood
"Wood to Burn"
501 Main Street
OVERLAND Touring Car. electric
lights and starter, f 380. O. Peyton,
610 Main. 31-tf
FOR SALE Neat and modern five
room plastered bungalow on Ninth
St. Has bath, screened back porch,
chicken bouse and yard, lawn and
trees. -Owner will sacraflca at. f 1800
for quick sale. Terms. Chllcote A
8mlth. 113 Main St.
FOR SALE Dandy five-room plas-
. tered bungalow on Esplanade
with screened front and, back
porches, bath, fire place, lawn and
'big lot. Price $33SbV Anly I3&0
cash and bslance Ilk rent. Chllcote
(t Smith. (33 Main 8t. .
tvquo and gala dress on the city.
OH LORD! HIT US ALL!
Former Secretary of the Treasury
William G. McAdoo Is telling this
story to get bu)ers for the Victory
"A pastor in a New Jersey vil
lage," be said, "devoted a half hour
one prayer meeting night to a loan
appeal. His appeal was forcible. It
even touched the rich old deacon,
who hadn't subscribed to the loan
hitherto on the ground that he could
get a better rate of Interest else
where. "Til take S0', announced the
deacon solemnly from his pew.
"Then, as he sat down, a piece of
plaster fell from the celling, strik
ing him a pretty bard blow on the
head. He rose again hurriedly. He
had a scared, awed look.
'"I mean S&00', he said.
"Then Brother Jimmy Conner
shouted lustily from the amen cor cer
ner: "'Ob, Lord, hit him again!'"
41 LANGUAGES AID
FIFTH LOAN DRIVE
Dlcture film shown at the evening
service. At the morning service the
pastor Mill give a five minute ser
mon to the children, who will be dis
missed Immediately following.
Christian Endeavor service at
Christian Church. Topic Christianity
and the tollers ot America.
SumlLy school at 10 A. M. Be on
time for the evening surprise.
First Christian Church, corner
Ninth and Pine streets'. C. V. Trim
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Sermon at 11 a. m.
Sermon at 8: 00. p. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesda even
ing at 8 p. m.
Lutheran services at the Baptist
church, corner Eighth and Washing
ton, at 7:30 p. m. Rev. M. Rossman,
pastor, residence 137 First street.
Sermon Subject: "Love Not the
Sunday school will be hed at 2:00
Emanuel Baptist Church. Eleventh
I and High streets. W. L. Wilson, pas-
i Sunday school at 10 a. m.
) Morning services at 11 o'clock.
Evening services at 7:30 p. nv,
Prayer meeting Wednesday even
ing at 7:30.
Pamphlets, posters, advertising and
newspaper copy will be printed In 41
languages during the Victory Loan
drive so that the campaign may be car
ried among people of foreign blrtb. All
organizations with a foreign blrtb
sembersblp will be sent form letters
and special appeals will be written by
racial group leaders for publication In
foreign language newspapers.
tint Travrli-ru arrfrient and health :
policy und protect jour income. Chil-j
cote & Smith, Agents. 9-tf ,
WE CORDIALLY IN
VITE YOU TO
Sunday Evening, at 7
M. E. CHURCH
Tenth and High Stt.
W. H. Eddy
(Formerly at the Washington Hotel)
and Foot Specialist
Is in Your City for a Short Time Only.
In the treatment of the feet great care should be ex
ercised in securing the services of a competent foot
specialist. Dr. Eddy has had 20 years' practice in
treating-ailments of the feet.
CORNS AND CALLOUSES REMOVED
INGROWN NAILS CURED
Warts, Bunions, Chilblains, Prespiring and Odorous
Feet Successfully Treated.
Arch Supparts That Will Make You Walk RIGHT
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Consultation and Advice Free.
SEE HIM WHILE HE IS HERE
I Have Moved to More Commodious Office at
216 MAIN STREET OVER POSTOFFICE
FOR SALE 3 two-year old Ilarred
Rock roosters, O. A. C. stock, $3
each. Merrill Creamery, Merrill.
FOR SALE or Exchange -106 acres
near 'Midland, at a bargain. In
outre T. J. Jackson, Fort Klamath,
FOR SALE 3 disc plow and disc
harrow. Inquire Joo I). Dervln.
!FOR SALE Tract-A-Ford wheels,
flood as new. 1 3-4 ml. WcJtt of
Malln. O. F. (lllck. 21-6t
I FOR SALE Roun Shorthorn Hull.
I Weight 1800 lbs. Edward Frnuor
Seven Spring's Ranch. Poo Valley.
PHONE PEYTON for Wood 11311
FOR SALE Thrco fine homes, still-
uliln for largo families; u fuw choice
residence lots, closo In; ono of the
beHt Income properties in Klamath
Falls; tulo land In tracts, large or
smull. W, S. Slough. 9-tf
III.!. ..-I ., . , iiiim .
FOR SALE Five room cottage, mod
ern Improvements, for salo by own
er; close In; furniture If desired, in
cluding piano. Enquire Frank M.
Upp, &11 Main st. 31-tf
PASTURE FOR LEASE 14,000
acres tulo land of Klamath Drain
age district, near Midland and Wor
den; suitable for graxlng cattle; tract
can bo dlvldod into two nearly equal
units. M. Motschenbacher, L. Jacobs,
W, 8. Slough, committee. 1-tf
WANTED At once; furnished house
. or apartment; good tenants, Ap
ply Herald office. 2tf
WANTED A new 3 In. low-wheel,
wide tire wagon. State make,
time used and price. Address Charles
R. Stephenson, Merrill, Ore. 24-2t
TEAM8 WANTED At once, to skid
logs by contract. Lamm Lumber
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Yesterday, on stroot, or In
somo store; Rebokoh pin; return
to Horald office, 26-3t
LOST Thursday, botwoon this city
and Dairy, two 32x4 Ooodrlch
tiros; ono now with rim. Rowurd will
bo puld If returned to 117 Main BC
OF FIFTH LOAN
Urges American People to
Finish the Job by Takin
the Victory Loan
Four members of the Amerlrsa reset
mission In France, Kecrrtsry of 8u
Robert Lanslnr, Col K. M lloua
Oeneral Tssksr N. IIIIm snd Hsar
White, have sebt this melts to tbt
Amerlcso people urging support of tbi
'TO THE AMEHICAS PKOPUt:
"We have had the opportunity bin
In France to and realise tbs tut
nltude of the srcompllihmest of ofl
country In this wsr snd the mtfilflent
spirit with which this xrut tsik bu
been carilsd through to s trtumpbtat
"What has been done snd wbit re
mains to be done before normal con
ditions are restored demsnd your coa
tinned and united support with lbs
same spirit of self sacrifice and of de
termination as tbst which wsi man!
feited by the nation whlln the fleroun
armies faced our men st the JUrni.
Slid In the Chsmpaiene, st fit. Wnlrt
and In the Argonne We mut uot re
lax our efforts until er) sold rr or
tho republic Is landed on the soil ot
"To finish this mlKhiy task lmpo"
upon the got eminent of the Unltw
States a great flnnnclal bunion. Tt
Victory- Lllxirty lun must "' "
It should fall 11 would Indicate that the
Nation Is willing to lea Its taK un
completed . h
"To secure the ld-nl for whlcn
Amnrlruns fought nnd dltrt this xrw
demand on nntluuul patrlntlim an"
united effort should wet K''"'
and unhersul resismse Let u do our
duty to tho end ...oivn
"K M HOUSE.
"T. N. HMH8."
NAVY BANDS Will
IN VICTORY DRIVE
Mire Island Commandant Of
fers Marines and Jackie
to Aid Fifth Loan
Captain Edward U H"h. fi:
dant of Mare Island Nary YsrfJ .
Island, Cal.. who wa. ?"
the United States dru" " L
York In the North Sea at thf . I J
German navy wa. turaad "' "JJ
the terms of th. armlstlcs. J
three ot tha eraelt "rfce JJJ
Uoned at Mara Island for use on
the Victory drive. , ttt
On. of th. bands will trreBJ
trophy train which win tour alUjJ
seven sUte. In the Twelfth W
and th. other two bands w 1 1 bj ' f
In cities within a day's
Mar. island. One of those buJM
the famous slxty-pleco Msrlns
and the other Is the forty-pl -"
Hand. , n q N.
Paymaster Ralph I'hP. ,u'h;,)tn.
has been placed In char, of "'
erary to bo mapped out for h
band, which will not ?"!,
train and any local nit; ( 0
lnB to make uso of either oycU
bands durlnK tho drive sliouia
munlcato with him. -"