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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 28, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
I May tie Next Italian Ambassador to United State
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T1IK PICK OP TIIK I'lCTUItES"
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irom ht mncli In I'ltio Ilit. pur- !r, mid Mm. 'iiitlills, of Kngle
d" ,up,llc Ridge. llli their ilmiKhlor Unity ami
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,1 ict vtaltort nliiriliiy m )mi), npnl ymlunlny In Kl.iiinitli
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Walter Mow, nirivi'u ii""i rritcin Hnn i murium, in Mpuo or uio
, Sin KMnrliro, for ii fnw ilnn Birlkn, to " Din r vlmv of tlm Tirol
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f,, CintUro for III" purpiiK" ( "'" HiroiiKli Hi" Ooltli'ii iiii, uml tin In
iti lh IImI. "I ''" ''m" "' "" V'H" "union to rniiipiirn tlm olil with Iho
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H. W. Poole, Owner
Matinee Every Day
TALENTED OLIVE TELL
THE GREAT TOM MIX
"THE COMING OF THE LAW"
DOORS OPEN AT 7 P .M.
'iiiilor (., Mnnoiil
Ctirlltilmo Mnrtonl, tho funionn In- peunn know uh better Ho first camo
milor of wln-lcHM tfli'Krupliy, may Imi mnr huro nearly twenty years ago to
th.. ni-tt Itiillan utiiliiiMHudor to Wash- ruport hy wlrt-lumi tho International
Iiikimi Seiiutor Murronl Ih wry pop- )ucht raci-M off Sandy Hook, and ho
uliir in thin lountry and few Kuro-1 huh muil iniitiy extended visits Hlncc.
LIQUOR SMUGGLING i
Hear Bramwell tonight at tho
(iitocKKY vnmus n cmim:,
ii A Tlor and fnmily "") pn-
mien on the train this inornlnu
tooml for Dorrli. -hero they nipccl
to rotke thrlr home
Xn It V, ! and dnuRhtnm. 0 rotary Btoren In Klmimth KhIIh
Kitltrlne ml Myrtln, m-rit tho day will l.o closed all iln Monday for tho
i, to.non a KholpuiK lour, frmii l-lr Day CVIulirallon This nn-
UrifrwchontlinKeiin road nounrement was miidn Mils murium:
Mr and Mrs J Koch drovn In '"- ' Minimum. n inn iiiiwm
iwtirdir from Kt. r. California Mr anil Whltmoru C.rocury.
Koth Ii In charr-n of the Commercial
jipirtofnt of tho hlch schol hero. HI-rrt'lIN PIIOM V.CTI(l '1 1 1 1 1
UliiliUilrt I'iioi and Miss Mario -
ToitMlelefl on Hie train this morn- Mrs Kip mi ltlin-r nml itntiKh
li(for Suthrrlln, ufler spendlmc tho ters huve rutiirued to Ktniiiiith Knlls
insmer here nilh Mlns l.eunx s fath- after u ten dti)s' unit Ion trip to
tr. IT lr Iike ami lEo ky 1'olnl Tlie
Mn Mtrr C'lopton and daughter, took a trip about the rim of Craii-r
Slide bo hive brim vlsltlmc '! Ijike
frtad hew for llir past three week.i ' m
mtrntd thlt morultiK to their homo Hear llramwell tonight at the
liBetieley. curt house
AGED VETERAN OF
DIES NEAR BORDER
1)1)1 (il.AK, Arlr, Aits 2S (Jeo
II Hone, eteraii of to revolutions,
plinlrlaii miner and ranch uvwht,
died nireiitly at his home. In Anna
I'uerta Son ru. Just in ross the In
terniil lonal boiindar) from DoukIiik
Death n ih ciuih.'iI by Illness (ontracl
eil while ramp.ilKtilm: In Southern
Soiioni amiliiHt aiii Indians with
the Mexlrnii federal forcea
l)r llime is born In ll'Tini'iv
but came to the 1'nlled States with
bis parents w hen he was live ears
old Morv than 40 eam ko he en
tered Mexico, and shortly iftervwird
settled at Ilaxlspo, In Knsteru Son-
ora. When I'orflrlo Diaz began hl
last and successful revolution, Hone
served yltli him as surKoon and as a
major Six jours ago the elderly
surgeon Joined the ranks of the con
stitutionalist army, where he served
until his death
I)r Ilono was mirrled three times,
each of his brides being a member of
the distinguished Samanlego family
of S nora Thirty-six years ago he
married Miss Klta Samanlego, who
died two ears later, leaving one
son, l)r George Hone Jr., of Agua
I'uerta. Three years liter Da. Hone
married Miss Amelia Samanlego, a
sister of his former wife. Fifteen
ears ago the second wife died, and
three ears later Dr. Hone married
Miss Marin Samanlego, a cousin of
his two former brides, who survives
him, with their three children.
KI. PASO, Texas, Aug. 28. Al
though many arrests have been
made by customs officials, , liquor
smuggling h3s become so general en
this part of the border that United
States government officials have an
nounced an Investigation will be
made to ascertain whether any
American officers have been Impli
cated in the bringing of Intoxicants
Hecently two Mexicans were shot
and killed while bringing to the
heart of the residential district two
barrels of whiskey Americins and
Mexicans who formerly smuggled
ammunition and opium are reported
to have turned their attentions to
the contraband liquor t ft (tic Quan
tities of whiskey, exported to Mex
ico when prohibition became effect
ive, are being brought back Into El
Paso, It Is said, and sold as high as
J 15 a quart.
Hemstitching and Pecoting ,Mrs. L,
A. Burgess, 131 Fourth St, 28-3t
Special Lunch at Crater Cafe at 11
a. m. to 3 p. in. 26-Gt
Those having washing at the Wong
Him Laundry can get. name by call
ing there and Identifying their prop
Hear Uramwell tonight at the
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR RENT Pleasant room over
looking lake for gentleman. Phone
FOR SALE CHEAP Paying small
business Must sell owing to other
business. 1008 Main St. 28-2t
FOR SALi: Furnished 17 room
bouse can be used for apartments
or transient 102 Malu Street. Call
after 1 'p. m. 28-2t
Hear Uramwell tonight at the
WANTED TO BUY Lawn mower.
Call J. M. Watkins. J 2 OR. 28-3t
R. C SPINK Wishes to Announce to the Public That
He Has Opened a General Real Estate Office at
Chiloquin, Oregon on the Klamath Indian Reservation
He will handle exclusively Indian lands of this
reservation and properties of his own, of which he
owns or controls quite considerable He will also
have a tloan and insurance department, as well as be
equipped to make up leases, contracts, agreements
and other papers of a legal nature. Correspondence
and typewriter work done, and also notary work.
The long experience of Mr. Spink in govern
mental office work upon this reservation gives him a
knowledge of all requirements necessary to transact
any business expeditiously and knowingly, and par
ties desiring to do business upon the reservation will
save time and money by consulting him.
The 25 years' residence in active business1 upon
this reservation gives him a knowledge of this reser
vation, its people and the lands that can be acquired
only in this manner. He knows every man, woman
and child of the Indians, and knows their lands, the
value of the same, etc. In all these years of resi
dence he has made this a study, having in view at all
times that this knowledge would be needed when the
Indians became citizens and the reservation thrown
open This time has arrived, and a great number of
the Indians have been granted citizenship and given
deeds to their lands. Many more will be granted this
and it is necessary for both Indians and Whites to
have a responsible place of exchange, where they
can feel they are being accorded the efficient service
that is necessary for the benefit of both.
Mr. Spink guarantees honest and efficient service
to both. It certainly will be to the interests of the
Indians to recognize and patronize his office, as well
as the Whites who wish to buy, lease or otherwise do
business in Indian lands.
In conclusion Mr. Spink wishes to say that before
he could open an office and do a real estate business
in Indian lands, etc., upon the reservation, he ob
tained the pel-mission of the Interior Department at
Washington, D. C, in the form of a license, which
is secured under a $10,000 bond, and which gives
him proper recognition by the Department and se
cures the Department in the belief that the business
conducted here is straight and honest, both to -the
Indian citizens as well as to his White neighbor.
Mr. Spink solicits and will appreciate your busi
ness. Some big things are going to happen in the
development of this reservation. Read the adver
tisements published by him.
R. G SPINK Real Estate Dealer Chiloquin, Ore.
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