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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 29, 1919)
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THE EVENfNG HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald fe;
E. J. MUIUtAV
Published dally except Sunday by
3T1m Herald Publishing Company of
Cunath Fall, at 115 Fourth Street.
ncntlon tlino. It should ho en-
(U.vi.v iiuruicu 10 rest mm rccrcimon,
outside of the tlmo necessary for the
Such a policy would Insure com
petent teachers nnd assure their re-
jturn at the beginning of each school
)ar mentally and physically fit.
AT THE THEATERS
Entered at the postofflco at Klam-,0
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Is a flttliiR method of iiWcrlblng Wll-
: llnm Fnmum's newest oxunivi." at "l"
' lubscrlptlon terms by mail to any art, Plough And UcWy." a de hi-,
Miress in the United States: ,- i...i i . .....i .1 . , ,...
: production In which the noted VU
5fe Tear.C: $5 ?2 linM Fox 8tftr ',HV s strikingly cf-
One month ................................. .60 ..... ...... . , ,
toctlve pantominlc work. 1
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1 iun,hr nf ilm Associated 1tc
"ilcnibcr of" tlie Associated Pre
The Associated Press Is exclusively
- titled to the use for republication
t a.11 news dispatches credited to It
t not otherwise credited in this pa
fr, and also local news published
All rights of republication of spe
tel dispatches herein are also reserv-
mondav. ih:ckmikk uo. nun
The result of the election Saturday
tells where the people of this dis
trict stand on the question of ade
quate compensation for one of the
i(r. Farnum has a pa:t of tho virile.
vigorous kind In which he makes
h'jch an Inspiring nrcsonco. Tho audi
ence at tho Liberty Theatre, where
'Rough nnd Ready,"' was exhibited
jesterday for tho first time, showed
that its affection. for Mr. Karnum In
the role he filled In the drama, has
rot diminished a jot although this
I tho only "WVstorn" in which he
bits been .seen for somo tlmo.
The play has en excellent support
ing cast, commendable direction by
Richard Stanton, beautiful natural
settings out-of-doors as well as fine
1 interior views, and photograpny 01
I sterling quality. "Rough and Ready,"
'will continue at the Liberty Theatre
Phe was sweet nnd young and pure,
and nrettv! I
She had been kidnnpped by one of
the toughest characters In all the
Crnadian' northwest territory.
This ruffian had made her dross In
the clothes worn by tho hardened
dancers In a tough dance hall.
And then he had dragged her to
1110 Tltll'Li: 1111. 1,
, A Whirlwind Ctuiinly
With ClmrlVx Hay At HI" Mct
"A H:itn:-r i.ovicit"
i:TKA AI)lH:i ATTRACTION'
SNVIHCR .V IIIXKS
III 11 Novelty Skatlnc Act.
t AiliiiN'-lim trk-tH & U.lctH.
iu:ssu: levi: .
"THK 1.1TTI.I: ROSS"
Two RceN of CJooil Couieily
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TCK8UAYH AM) SATl'KUAVH
most Important. If not the most im-lhe top or tnb,e whore he offcrC(,
jwnani ciu&s 01 employes paiu oy
the public the school teachers. The
Herald is glad to see such almost
unanimous sentiment and hopes that
It will be a message to the School
Hoards both public and high to
"Place the teachers on a twelve
months' pay basis.
The boards should adopt the mou--rn
method of employment and re
tention of teachers. Teachers should
"know when they enter the services
or the school districts that as long
as they are efficient they are sure of
her at auction to tho highest bidder
pmong the gang of wild, tough men
rathered In the place!
What happened next?
Was the girl sold like this?
Or was she rescued?
You'll see when you see the new . '
World Picture, "The Devil's Trail." "Since I began tak.ng Tanla; I'
Marring Rettv Compson and George feel better than I hr.e at an" time in j
Larkln, which Is scheduled for show- the past eighteen ears," raid Mrs.'
it g on Tuesday at tho Liberty then- Klla O. Curtis, who owns and liven
.MRS CfUTIS CJAIXK TKX I'OL'Nlin
! AM) KMK TROIRLLS IIY TAK
I IXO TAXLAC
New Year'4 Special Dinner
. RiiMlnn Cnrlrtr KUr fniwipo
ii ' Soup s
'i ChJokon Okrn Villi Rice
Celery en llranch California Almonds
Krouli Crab Klako MayonuUn
Your Choice of
Siiiininiu of Chicken Frlcnniu it la Reawnt
Roakt Spring Chlrken, Oyster Droslng
Peas In Cream
Your Choice or
Plum Puddmg, Hard and Fine Sauce
Hot Mlncu Pie
11 Ty- -zz jj
Miss Compson is one of the most
plquantly pretty actresses now np-
Tho rarest of all pri clous woods
Ib said to be the calamander. a tree
which crnuR In Cuvlnn wVn.ru Ii 1m
at an apartment house opposirelQorahed , rovcrt.nt nv.t. The wood N
rurn on leiegrapn Ave, uaKiiinu.i
weir piac: mat eacn year their rearing on the silver screen. Mr. Lar
Talary will be Increased ten per cent kin Is young, handsome and stalwart.
nnui ai me enu 01 nve years they Together they make a delightful
wni be drawing a minimum salary team and they are seen to partlcul-
01 uu a menm: mat mis will be arly good advantage in the rendition l wn a little
jbiu xor iwene monms ana not for 01 this strikingly Interesting and x- in the most
-nine ana ten. as is now me case. cpedinglv entertMnlne story of the
Cal. Continuing, bho said:
"I suffered with Indigestion for
eighteen years. I wJuld go for two or
th'ee days at a time without ratltiK .h
b tc and when l 111 manage to for'c
'Oiuethlru I would be
Intense misery nfter
wnrd. (Ins would orin ami ' wnnlrl
"But Jn return the hoards should northwest country and of the doings bloat so badlv I could honllv i-t mv
demand from the teachers the best or the Canadian Royal Mounted Pol-.breath and I wouM have the worsi
-wrrfce possible. They should be ob- Ice. ! sort of pains over my liver-just a
liged to attend summer schools each "The Devil's Trail" Is Jammed and steady, dull pain ir two or threo
ye&r and it should be made an inex- packed with thrills, excitement, ro- days at a time. I used to have the
orable rule that under no clrcum- mance and everything else that goes headache every other day regularly
stances must they engage in anv to make a photoplay of superior en- nnd would have such dlzzv opellg I
compensatory employment during Joyment. ! would have to either sit down or He
r down to keep from falling, and I was
so weak and run down It wns all I
could do to do my house work.
"Tanlac was recommended to mo
my sister who lives In Oklahoma,
who had been greatly benefited by
1 decided to try It. I '
had taken every sort of medicine 1 1
could hear of without any good re-
suits, but when I started on Tanlac I j
knew I had at last found the medl-
beautifully mottled In velnlng when
when polished, but Its almost price
less vnlue is due a gcod dial to Its
rarity. At one time the trees were
quite plentiful in Cvylon, but only
a comparatively few specimens re
main, and all these are numbnred
One bundled years ago, In 1820. fiioiliull gamo which bo played,
visitors nnsembkd In Mrs. Wlllard's New Vcars day ut I'liwdena. The re-'
seminary for tho amusing novelty of ports will come la every two or three'
mmuien iroin tnu time the gutvt are
,wuiik wldt) to nilnilt thu greatest
' Huong that nvi-r attended a game on
the Count, Mr already nearly thirty
jtlnUHiiud tickets liuvc beca sold.
Kery play will li(. covered nnd an
Interent'ng afternoon Is ntiured to
I tho patrons of the Liberty. A very In-
, . , ) terestlng picture will be ihown of
11 "''I0"11. '"J0'! w'r l being In- course, the footlmll reporti belsr
hearing ,1 young woman pass an x
nuilnatloii In geometry.
KO.MKTIII.N7i IMHXC! AT THK
l.lllhltTY XKW VKAH'K
mi.. ... . .11. . -... ... tuiusr, nu liruilMWI fCl'UUB VC1UK
;and Jealously guarded by the gov- stulied In the Liberty Theatre today merely for the entertnlnmcnt of the-
ernment. , ,u noir me uig uregoniinrvnrii fans of tho city. 29-lt
! iltt-M-il 1 i I I ; 1 I tltl -4i..Ky..l,..,,4,,...t.
Friday, January 2, 1920
At my ranch 6 miles east of Merrill and miles
north, Sy2 miles west and miles north of Malin,
at 1 o'clock sharp.
OLIVER MARTIN, Owner. -
2 Holstein cows, 6 years old, and calves.
1 Jersey cow 2 years old.
1 Holstein cow o years old.
1 brown Swiss cow 9 years old, coming fresh.
1 brown Swiss cow 8 years old, coming fresh.
, i noistem neiier 2 years old, coming iresh.
: 1 Holstein heifer coming 3 years old, coming fresh
: 1 thoroughbred Shorthorn bull 2 years old.
1 Holstein cow 7 years old, coming fresh soon.
1 gray Durham cow 8 years old, coming fresh soon.
1 well-bred Durham bull 1 year old. N
5 heifer calves 8 months old.
3 yearling heifers.
1 Jersey cow 6 years old, corning fresh soon.
1 Durham heifer 18 months old.
1 steer calf 8 months old. ' '. ,
1 pony 10 years old. y m
13-in. Mandt wagon, nearly new.
1 tiger seed drill, 14 discs. t
1 tiger seed drill, 14 disks. "''
1 8-foot McCormick binder.
1 colt coming 3 years old. "? r " :-3
All sums under $20 cash. Over that amount on 10
months' time at 8 per cent interest; 5 per cent dis
count for cash with good approved joint notes.
MERRILL & MOORE, Auctioneers
, taking It, nnd
it cine I needed, for after I hnd finish
? cd the second bottle I had a good
' appetite, I could sleep better, would
iwaxo up grentiy refreshed, nnd was
Improved in every way. I am never
bothered with gas and I haven't hnd
the headache for over two months
and never have those dizzy spells
any more. I have gamed ten pounds
in weight and feel stronger th'nn I j
have in years, and can do all myj
housework with tho greatest ease. I
My friends all ask mo what 1 have'
'jbcen doing to look so much better
!;and It Is always n pleasure for mo to
them I havo been taking Tan- 1
4 1 Tanlac Is sold in Klamnih F3lh
I I... .U D.- T ... . ..I
uf me cmr uru co., anil in i.oreilo
by the James Merc. Co. Adv.
Ford Touring Car
Good Running Condition.
Newly painted, $400.00
WHAT IS IT?
It is the best paying class of advertising in the world if you
have something to sell that belongs among little ads that you find
in The Herald. -
JUST TRY IT ONCE
If you have something in your attic, your basement, your
spare room, your barn, around you anywhere that you want to
sell, tiy The Herald classified ads and you will find a buyer.
IF YOU WANT SOMETHING
Advertise for it, trying The Herald's classified ads. Some
one has something for sale that' you want. NLet'Tho Herald find
'it for you. It costs you bt a few cents a day.
Classified ads cost you 5 cents a 'line a day five words to the
line. They must be paid for in advance and cannotbe received
over the telephonethat is why they are so cheap.
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