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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 20, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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LUJlV. -jr 1K3 1. HlAiIUlVl I JL V ILH 1 UVJlKJl "
RT TO REDUCE THE H. C. of L.
TUESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1020
JT WILL PAY YOU TO BUY NOW
FOR OUR FIRST EVENT WE OFFER OUR ENTIRE STOCK
OF SUITS; O'COATS; SHOES, EXCEPTING LOGGERS;
HATS AND FURNISHINGS GOODS AT
1 5 per cent D
"X LOOK'THROUGH OUR STOCK
v DON'T WAIT!
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THE LATEST NEWS FROM THE CLOTHING MARKET IS THAT THE UPWARD MOVEMENT HAS NOT SHOPPED
THAT'S WHY I SAY, BUY NOW. YOU WILL SAVE MONEY
I AIN'T MAD AT NOBODY
BUSINESS HOURS:' 8:30 A. M. to 6:00 P. M.; Saturday, 8:30 A. M. to 9.00 P. M.
A . . .. .a. . - . . . a . a A-A.IA. A. A A A.'AAA'A
Goo. lung ami ifi of I'oitland. )JQ THE CENSUS-
aro registered at tho hl'e Voliean.
TAKER GET YOU?
IL M. Eilmonils, of Yruka.'ls spend-'
Ing a few days here with his father,
K. H. Edmonds. '
Mrs. Oscar. Sblvp, find .daughter,
Helen, loft this morning to v)lslt for
the remainder of the winter in Los
Angeles. - - . '
C. P. Flirin.JOf the Chlloquin Lum
ber Cofeturriodl last" night from iv
'visit with his parents in. Chicago. .bout 2.00Q.OQO marj3.
Mrs. V.""H. McPhcrren spent thol Tho newspaper adds
week end at the "ITdgewood" ranch,' ment:
I'orsons knowing tliat tlioy
TO BE WEALTHY been mlssuil by tho local census enu
merators In tho recent census
BERLIN. Doc 2S. (ny Mull.) j rcmo(y the ommUslon by notifying
It."frtwiii ml I T
, , ,,,.., , ,.i.i..l ' -
mow .uarsuai von immcioiiru uiuaW A TorraU, district supervisor at
fair to become a millionairo from bis Wnsco, Oregon. On tho form printed
writings, according to the naw.Iier- ,,. Tim-census In Incornoralpd
Jin Rnzettn. It is renortbd that bo' ' .,... . m, . .
'- i towns cipscu jununry in, i no ten- i
has sold 8omor of his works in
America for 12,000, whcb, at pre
sent exchange, would amount to
is tho guest of -Mr. and Mrs. Louis
W. C: tTartqn,- stockman of Merrill
! In town'on business today.
MrsJooiDaH' Is in town from Mo
doc Point1 tb 'do a day- s shopping.
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It. Ej-Dewcese returned las,( nigiit
from a two' weeks' Yisit at Long
Beach. . '
E. W. Wilkersqrj. let t this morning
cr. a business trip to San' Francisco
and othernoints in California.
N. Louis D. DesscrC of "AVisconsin.
iv ho has'liqenln town for a week,
looking', UP-.the prospects of" the lum
ber Industry inthis jVlcinU-y, left on
the train' for California this morning.
Mr. nd Mfs. "S. Haley, parents of
Mrs. G. U. Hpibrqoks, tand Mr. Hasil
Smith, leftr this morning to visit In
Los Angeles. 3 '.
J.. T-PerklpslQft on a' business
trip to -Tort land it bis morning.''
G. A. Bellman and wife havo goni
or. a cqmbincd business and pleasure
trip to San Franciscq. ,
lr, and Jixa. Frank L. Arant, who
have been' spending ,tl!e past four
veeks.vlslting with friends and rela
tives In Ashland", Medford"and other
Rogue Rjvr.' points, returned horne
Mondayjpenlng. Mr. Arant states
that tlpies are good over jtherc,- but
iberQilBJconsidorablo--anxiety for the
refttotiaelectJon, as (bere l a
Veling among the. people that a
hango would be a. good thing for
.he country. "
"The- German army leaders under
stand the pound and dollar reckon
ing better than tboy did tho U-boat
chances, th'e. strength of tho. Ampri
cau army and tho t American tanks."
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gj:ii.in wagu juse
COLOGNE, Dec. 2S. (Uy Mail.)
The aerage dally wago of work
iugmcn.'in Germany has Increased
241 per cent, an d of women 263
per cent since 1914, according to
the Imperial Workers Gazette of
Germany. Tho greatest increaso was
in the,, case-, of tho electrical indus
try. According to an article In a re
cent issue of tho Cologne Gazette,
tho expenses of maintaining a family
of four 'persons totals 240 marks
-week, or 12.4S0 a year.
been enumerated, or If )oii have nny
sus law allows a week for filing' not-
Ice by persons whom tho census tak
ers havo missed. If jou Iuito
doubt, fill nut this coupon and mail ' ,
It to Mr. Terrain (
On January 1, 1020, I was living at 1
' addross given below, but to tho J
best of my knowledgo I hao not
linen enumerated thero or unv- .
Stroct and Xo.
TRANSFER STOCK IF
LAND IS MORTGAGED
STAR "Nugget Nell" Dorothy Gish
-r-Also us.ua! two reel comedy and
five acts of Screen Vaudeville.
TEMPLE-3-"Tlte Innocent Adven
turess"' Vivian Martin. adv.
AT THE MONDALE
All Star Keaturo
TucMlny and Wednesday
Monroe and Hilton, Oiuiers
. "THE I'ICK OF THE PICTURES"
H'.W. POOLE,( Owner., , IIAHRV HOHEL, Musical Hiicctur
v . t " ; TONIGHT
" ?f "CUCILE LEE STEWART in
"THE ELEVENTH COMMANDMENT"
' , ' And every woman knows what it is
v . . ,
5 'if4 1 ' An atlded feature today is
-;;- "MONKEY STUPF" ' ; '
Featuring Joe Martin, the wonderful educated chim-
i jpanzeeS Only two of these pictures have been made.
Friday we show
'tEVANOULINE," from the immortal poem by
H. M. Daniel, secretary ot tbo Bon
anzn Farm Loan association, calls at
trntipn to tho necessity for any por
sens purchasing farm proimrty on
which thero Is a mortgage in favor
of tbo. federal Jand bank to havo tbo I
teller transfer bis or her stock in tbul
local farm loan a!oclntlnn at tho i
timo ot tho s'ale. !
'CiiliiiT. ).. .In II. In ,ad M I1t,,.IT
lels, "lias caused some Incononl-r.A'i
......n In ..XH nrtn,, In . Inn r . .1 ...tr.tm, '
oen result-In tho foreclosure ot tbo
mortgage. Wo iwautito do all wo can
to help each other and nothing at
all to hinder.
THERE MAY BE LARGER BANKS IN
THE WORLD THAN THE KLAMATH
STATE BANK, BUT WHERE WOULD
YOU FIND A BETTER ONE?
Klamath State Bank
The Daylight Bank
Corner Sixth and' Main
a a AlA A AIA AIA A A
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TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
HOUSES roit HALE.
PASTOR OPENS OKI'lCi:.
Itov. E. P. Lawrence nnnounccs tho
opening or his office in tbo now
cliurcli building on tho cornor of
Pine and Sixth street. Ills officii iV
hours nro from 0 to 12 o'clock every !
foionooii, with tho oxcoptlon of Mon-t
PORTLAND PAPERS BOOST
rooms, $1,000. Easy terms.
'Mw rooms f 2,000, Easy terms-.
0 rooms modern, J2.100.. Some
8 looms, ?2,800. Somo terms.
J. T. WARD & CO.
J-!5 X. 7th Ht.
LOST Three yearlings, branded 82
cm left shoulder sti night ciop off
each ear opo gelding, yqarllng black!
colt, branded 82 on left hlioillclcr
Howard.. Notify II, J. Ticiinor, Lan-
gell Valley. 20-20
WANTED Position ns clmufour me
chanic, steam shovol, crano, or
hoisting ongincer or will ilonny kind
of work. Address Box B. Horalil.
Tho water Is always warm at tho
Hot Springs Bath IIouso. - 20
Tho' ladies of tho Altar, Society of
Sncrqd Heart church aro earnestly
requested to attend a meeting of the
society in tho. assembly room of, tho
church on Thursday afternoon, Jan.
22, nt 1:30 p. m. A Iaruo utteiurwcn
In. croatly- desired. All ladles who
aro pot yet members of the Society,
but would wish to becomo ho nro? tot
quested to bij1 present on that day.
READ LAST SUNDAY'S OREGONIAN (PAGE 12, SEC.'l),
SUNDAY JOURNAL (PAGE 10, SEC. 1). THIS IS THE BIG
GEST BOOST THE GREATEST PHARMACY ON THE
PACIFIC COAST COULD GET. ALSO THE BIGGEST BOOST
KLAMATH FALLS HAS EVER HAD..
Warren Hunt Hospital Pharmacy