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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 10, 1920)
THE EVENING. HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, J 020
Jaszz Extra . s Jazzz
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The particular duty of
L tonicrs is to render satisfactory service: to its em-
P 1 i i 1 U 1 I A 1 1 A.
pioycea, 10 iiuuniain loyally
those who own its securities, -
I their investment, and to
. wealth, under whoso rules
ates, to convoy the information that it is giving them '
better service for less money than can be obtained
in any other way, even under 'government or muni- 5
cipal ownership. Our business is foundPd on an
K economic oasis, inu 11 wisiiy auminibteroil and not
hampered by unfair treatment can continue mutu-
ii- I. . jv - 1 j. it 1 . i. l i. i -. .. . i
jujyoeneuciai to tnc customer, to iaor, to capital
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WOMEN OF WORLD TO
MEET NEXT YEAR Thx) pollco mvo ciiscovoroti a novel
'manner" of advertising an opium Jen.
i It was thu shot) of a dealer In an
CHUISTIANIA, Dec. 11. (Ily tl(;iu. When the ppllco raided It
Mull.) A convention of tho lntor-jono of tho occupants told tho In
nutlonnl Council cf Womon. of vhlch'apcctor ho wns ablo to Identify It as
liady Aberdeen Ih president, will bo nn opium dqn lucnuso all tho letters
hold in Chrlfttiiinlu noxt September. o" In tho sIrii advertising antiques
Threo hundred delcgateB.'roprcsont-lworo painted In flamluR roil while
Ins twenty nations, nro expected to t10 oti,0r letters were glided,
nttond. A comtultteo, composed of i
presiding officers of various wo-' Representative Snoll of Now York
men's orgunlzutlons, will meet In Bnj.: vq will never havo a pros
qonovn In March to arrange tho pro- porous country unless tho railroads
fjrjamjqr tho'convonflon, , theniscWqs, aro prosperous,",,, , N ,
Jt is the best
have something to
in The Herald.
Ifyou have something in your attic, your basement,, your
spar&'room, your banvaround you anywhere that you want' to
sell, try, The Herald classified ads -and you will find a buyer. ,
Advertise for it, trying The Herald's classified ads. Some
one has something for sale that you want. Let .The He.rald find
lit for. you. It costs you but 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 ''cannot be received
over the telephone that is why they are so cheap. r
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the company to its cus-
uy lair treatment; to
to maintain integrity of
others of the common-
and regulations it Oper
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chooks aim: cm:vi:u
I'AniS, lice. 21. (Dy Mall.)
WHAT IS IT?
paying class of advertising in
sell that belongs among little
JUST TRY IT ONCE
YOU WANT SOMETHING
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ST. THOMAS, Virgin Islanda,
Dec. 22. -(Uy Mall.) United States
marine gnrrlHonln theso now pos
ticsxkns of Uncle Sam cannot under
stand tho fashions affected by the
natives. Why a negro or Clin-Clin
Indian should wear nn overcoat when
the thermometer stuuds at 100 In
the shado mystlflu.i them.
Kor some strango reason tho na
tive Virgin Islander believes in
wearing every nrtlclo of clothing ho
can lay hands on. All American
holiday's nro now celebrated by tho
natives, who spend tho day parading
about tliu streets, soma of ,them4
wearing ovcroculit, capon, two or
more palru of twiners, and n red
bandanna handlcorchlef about the
neck. Also they frequently adorn
themselves with tho hprns of cows
or nxcji, attached to tho head ,Just
In front of tho ears.
The rhnmplon Cincinnati Hods and
tho Wflrhlngton Senators have m-
rangod to play 1 1 exhibition gaimssuicnmshlps have been arriving hero
dtirlrg (he spring training trip
"Babe" Ruth's demand for it $20.-'
000 pay envelopo must moan that
the film depleting tho , homo-rm
champion as n movlo hero is about
to bo released. Publicity gets the
Tralper Hoc Hart will roturn to
the Ilrooltlyn Dodgers noxt season,
Hart camu from Chicago to Hrooklyn
and trained tho Uodgeru from 191G
to 1018. Iast year ho went buck to
Now that tho National Collegiate
Athletic Association has appointed a
committee on boxing, tho manly art,
of self-defense Is bound to flourish
In our colleges.
Ameftlng is to bo" held this month
to revive tho Illinois-Missouri
League. Still they come. Minor
league baseball a dead ono for
several seasons is surely doming
Into Its own this year. '
Tho French mlnlcter of tho In
terior warns French girls who aro
marrying Chinese laborers In France
that most of theso ccolies already
havo wive.s In China.
the world "if, you
ads that you find
LINERS PL! II
. IiUKNOS AIRES, Dec. 14. (By
Mali) American business men in Ar
gentina received with pleusuro the
announcement thnt tho United States
Shipping Hoard had allotted seven of
Itc fast passenger Ilnors for service
between Now York nnd South Ameri
can ports Including Buenos Aire.
Thoy have felt that they havo been
struggling ngalnst a handicap owing
to slow mo.II communication and pas
senger transportation between the
United States and this countTy,
If tho Americans hero wanted to
send n latter to tho United States he
hnow that in the past it would ro
liilro at least 30 days for tho letter
to reach New York and that frequent
ly It would require 40. To send a re
presentative tl tho United States on
h business mission would require 3'
Months before the nnent could return
c Iluono') Aires.
' Meantimo tho American's chance of
doing liiislnefiH has fallen Into the
JiiitmIb of a Kurofrean competitor who
i'ouki I'umiuunicaie v.uu nis irjnci-
iitiuls by mail within thros weeks. Fast,
from wuropoan poits almo'W twice, a
Jvireels whilo tho mail from the IJnltod
iState3.camo mojtly by slow freight
pno of The tl'ff lenities of which the
Americans lieio complained wa3 tho
delay In rerolv'ng bills of tiding for
goods 8"nt from tho United Statos to
Argentina. This was due to the fact
that tho bills could not bo sent on
tho steamer which carried tlfe goods
arrt there wero fov fast steamers
which could bring them here at the
tlmo the Kood.3 arrived.
When tho bill of lading was sent
on slow ships tho goods were held
in tho custom house here until she
On tho other hand bills of lading
on goods shipped from England camn
through on fast steamers which, often
arrived hero before tho goods were
Tho Americans here say that cable
communication to the United Sta'tes
casts S3 cents a word and that the
csaclty of the cables is trebly over
AT THE THEATERS I
If you haven't been to tho Liberty
Theatre thlq week o see "Checkers"
today is your last chanco to view the
big Fox production. "Checkers" is a
play abounding in color and atmos
phere, and contains many beautiful
as well as thrilling "scenes. In the
vernncular, It is a "corker".
Richard Stanton, who directed the
picture, has followed closely the
story of the famous stage jlay from
which it is made; but elaborating the
racing and fighting scenes. The play
i finely presented b an all-star cast
headed by Thomas J. Carrlgan and
'jean Acker, and is a treat to both
those who saw the brilliant play on
the speaking stage, and those who
were not so fortunate.
Tho one big outstanding feature
picture of tho year Is vVhen Bear
catWent Dry," which will bo the at
traction at the Liberty theatre on
Sunday and Monday.
The famous and widely read novel
of Charles Novillo Buck, of tho same
title,' has been mode into a photoplay
that teems with dramatic intensity
The characters of the picture are
those hardy mountaineers of eastern
Kontucky who, from time Immemor
ial, havo shown slight regard for
man mado laws. Thoy are the des-;
cendants of tho hardy ploneors who
blazed a trail from tho shores of Vir
ginia through the mountains of that
State and Kentuck. Thoy fought tho
troachorou3 savage and sottled tho
"Blue Grass State." Thoy mado it
posslblo for an empire to bo founded
that gives to us and our children that
follow, a land tlmt knows to counter
part for riches. !
It is of such kind of men and wwm
on that ''When Bearcat Went Dry"
has to do, and needless, to say a'plc-,
ture-play of unlimited entertainment
qualities i3 provided.
Ono of tho most interesting l'ip-
tures.ovor shown at tho Ltboity will1
bs seen Sunday in addition to tho '
fenturo picture. Tho wonderful now
color photography, "Prlzma," show-,
lng actual scenes In their actual col-(
ors, cannot fall to lntorest ovory nn-f
turo lover and sportsman, since tho(
subject Is "Trout,", The picture takes
us through tho hatchery showing all
Iho wonders of trout propagation'
nnd wo see tho graceful creatures In I
all their exquisite coloring, some
thing the average person seldom sees.
Marble & Granite Works
1010 MAIN ST.
IMiono aiO-J lfi'i Main St.
O. K. Lunch
Formerly at 40 Main St.
Homc-Mado Tics and Cakes.
Cold Meats & Lunch Good.
Ic Cream and Fruits.
We handlo tho Harley-Davldson
Motorcycles and nicyclcs Exclus
Ivoly. Also buy, sell and exchange
all other Makes. Pennsylvania
and Diamond Tires and Tubes.
C. E. BLSMARK
IIS H. Oth St. ' Klamath Falls
We open store every Tuesday nnd
Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p. m.
Many are the good tnings wo can
show. A dollar saved Is a dollar earn
ed, In buying good thngi cheap as
vou may loam, you will never bo In
debt and lmvo to skip if you buy your
LUCKY DICK & CO.
201 Klamath Ave. Corner of Clh St.
Let your Glass Troubles be My
Reglazlng done in any part
of the city
E. C. 8T0CKT.
Carpenter & Cabinetmaker
Phone 477W 1024 Main.
J. C. CLEGHORN
Civil Engineer and Surveyor
Office 517 Main St.
Phenes: Office 100, Res. 102J
O. K. FEED & SALE
Under new manage
ment Best care taken of all
stock placed in our
barn. Horses, harness
and wagons bought,
sold and exchanged.
Dr. E. G. Wisecarver
Dr. P. M. Noel
Seventh aad Main Streets
Vfj-LTLrU'V'rVWMB""l"ll"il Jl -
Hair Dressing. Shampooing,
Manicuring, Faco Massage
Leo Apts., Oth and Walnut
Carpenter and Cabinet
10G Main Streot Phone 457
For Your Favorite
Phone 176J ' 10 Main St.
Warren Hunt Hospital Pharmacy
Fourth and Pine Street
Phone 43 1W.
lyooinls IJIdg., Klamath Falls
DR. C. A. RAMJIO
I. O. O, F. Building
Now Open for
Mrs. Rosa McDnncU,
301 High SL Phone 45S
Ofllco Phono 177W Res 177R
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
'Plijslcian nnil Surgeon
Klamath Falls Oregon
Dii. F. S. GODDARD
Osteopathic Ptiyiclnn HurReoa
miltp JCll, 1. o. O. F. Tempi
! (over K. K. K. Btoro)
Phone ittl . . '
(The only Oatoupathlc Phyel-
-tn iuid riurjceoti lu Klamitb
E. D. LAMB
Physician and Surgeon
rtr. oras 4 and 5
17U Stvanson Bldg.
I'liy.slciun and Surgeon
Office, White Bldg.
MEDICINE AND BURGEBT
206 I. O. O. F. Bldg .
DR. G. A. MASSEY
Successor to Dr. Ttmmx
Salt 206, 1. O. O. F. Bids
Office phone 86J
Res Phone 8AM
Phenes: 1517 Office.
Office 420 Main
Residence lOOO Main
SAW MHjIj ENGINEERING
Designers and bnllders of mod
era Saw Mills, Planing Milla, Box
Plants. Complete plants contract
ed. Appraisal and reports made.
Dredging. We contract to build
any class of a building and install
machinery of any kind.
Drafting of any kind done. Blue
Prints made. PHONE 140J
Office in K. D. Building
We Do All Kinds of Spring Repair
ing New Onee Made to Order
, Axle Straightening and
ALIi WORK GUARANTEED
Phone 250-1T 017 Klamath Ave.
1 'am now prepared to furnish
Shasta Sand, from tho Hoey, Cani.,
sand and gravel pit, in any quantity
that may bo desired by contractors
and builders. ,.Sr
,AL F. GRAHAM.
CITY AND COUNTY ABSTRACT
. 517 Main
ARTHUR R. WILSON
Soon . . , ,,
In the Hospital