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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 26, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
MOMMY, JANtUUV 2(1, ib20
Musical Study Club
of Klamath Falls
The Ruth St Denis
Cultured, Beautiful, Talented American Girls
ELLlS RHODES, Dramatic Tenor
PAULINE LAWRENCE, Pianist
In a programme of
Nothing like it ever seen in Klamath Falls
HOUSTON OPERA HOUSE
Thursday Evening, January 29th, 8:30 P.' M.
Sale of 'Single Admission Tickets now on at
Earl Shepherd Piano Co'., Main St
Make reservations at once, as available seats
arc going rapidly
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W. O. SMITH PRINTING CO.
Phone 93 119 South Fourth St
Southern Oregon Drug Co.
Southern Oregon Drug Co.
L, A. West, county rlinlrmun of tin;
I'm in II urea ii coriiml ttco on )uro
bred livestock, slates Hint tho com
mitted Ih iiiiiIIiii: definite iirrniHie
ineiits (o lirlni: In n car loml of re
gistered shot thorn cut flu to lit' Hold
at public iiuctliin tlio latlor part of
.Murc'li. TIiIh will bo making a lili;
slop forward In tlio livestock Inter
ests of Kltlinatli county. It will bo ro
momhorcd that on tlio occaslqn of
tlio farmer' auto tour lant August,
Professor I'ottur, who Ih at tlio head
of tlio Animal llunlmnilry dopurtmont
ofutliD Agricultural collego, stated
that Klamath county offered somo
Of tlld llOHt pOHHlhllltlOH 111 tlio Htato
for thu mining of puro brod Hvo
st'ock. A part of tlio Farm Ilurcau
plan with regard to thin project in
tlio establishing of an annual sale of
puro lirod stock In Klamath county.
This will Vivo those who ralROximru
liroil animals an opportunity to put
thoni Into a breeders' salo. TIicbo
c .inblnatlou country breeders' sales
aro becoming mgro popular each year
and aro dnrrrtng good crowds of men
who aro willing to pay good prices
for cholco animals.
, Mr. West, also states that this
conimltteo Is hacking tlio Hoys' and
dirts puro bred calf club movoment
and expect to bring In 2G registered
calvci for that work. Tlio club mem
bers will rnlso theso calves,' o.Nhlblt
them nt tlio couy fair, nnil Placo
them In n public auction tlio follow
ing spring. If any club member de
sires to purchase this calf back nt the
time of tlio auction, ho has tlio rlgUt
to bid" thu Htiino as anyone. The coni
mltteo wishes to get In touch, as soon
as vosslhle, with all who aro Interr
lutort In this movoment for tlio bring
ing luto Klamath county of somo ro-i-lstered
cattle. If you aro interested
In this movement got In touch with
tlio nearest mcinlior of tlio conimlt
teo or write to tlio County Farm bur
eau office nt Klamath Falls. Tho
committees consists of tho following
men: Ij. A. West, county chairman;
M. T. I'rlnre, J. M F.zoll, U. 10. Itoed-
r, (Irani Nelson, Fred McKendree,
Tom Patterson and A. I.. Marshall.
ilcnts. Tho legislature decided, liow-J
ever, thtit no tuition should bo charg-
ed In addition, to tho fees nil now1
cl urged, and Hint thero should bb no
opocial tuition feo for non-resident!
students. Tho legislature, thero, pro-
villi ii ror a mtio less than seven
tunths of a mill which would bring
to the collego on present valuation of
taxi;blo iroportyabout $080,000 an-
1 1 ally to rover maintcnanco and the
cost of additional building and orjulp
Intnl. . In order that the present emergen
cy might bo met and additional
buildings constructed as soon as pos
Hililo to relievo tho congestion thru
rut tho Instltull6n, thu bill contain
a provision which will niako nvnll
plilo tho amount appropriated begin
ning with tho present year. Should
thlH measure bo approved by tho peo-
HERALD'S CLASSIFIED COLUMNS
EOR SALE Real Estate
, Printing, Stationery and offlco
' ...... ..Ii... til it-i .r .,.
niiin'ie-'o. i lunuur i riming nnu nia
FOR. HAI.K Lot 7. I;ik 27. First Hot
Kjirlnris addition to Klamath Falls '
tlonory company. 12G Main St. 9-tf
isargam. M. .. .Meno
Uemorest. Dentist, over Flilernr.
Sedro Woolley,! man's Store, Cth and Main. 2-tf
FOft S?.Li; Modern ft-room house;
full basement; lot rr. x HO; fruit
trees and berries. Phono 43'!. 22-28
FOU BALH I'lastcroil -1-room house,
largo lot, in Mil's Addition; Phono
CITY dAUDAQK -When you want
Garbage removed phono 91. 11-tt
Wo ttitiL'n n iiiijtiiliill.. .f tlwrt lir..
I " ""- " "I" 'l"l "i Mill, l7
am accident hisurmre. Phono CI! and
ue'll do tlio rest. Clillcoto & y.n'.h
.!.. , r-w-.-M-w--,-J-u-L-L
FOR SALE 0 II P Fairbanks &
Mfirao fifLHnllnn nnirltin nr will Imrtn
plo nt tlio May olectlbn money will lm for Hmallcr one. V. II. Kilts, Dairy..
OUKdON AdUICUr.TUnAIi COL-
I.KOK, Corvnllls, Jan. 2C. Tho col
lego Is now looking to tho peoplo of
Oregon to glvo rollef to the prosont
critical financial condition brought
about through tho doubling of tho
student enrollment, and tho Increas
ed cost of maintenance In ovory de
partment. Tho Btnto legislature has
mndo la posslblo for tho M'ooplo. to
pass on tljo future of tlio Institution
nt tho gonornl blectlon, May 21.
It has boon estimated that at least
six-tenths of ono mill in addition' to
tlio present incomo "would bo requir
ed, this In addition to a contomplat
od incomo from a .tuition and ot,hor
fees Hint might 'bo received from stu-
Ladies' & Men's
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BEST OF WORKMANSHIP
PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED
Prices aro .very reasonable
Your Inspection Invited
Chas. J. Cizek
HJH Main St.
available therefore for construction
work during tho summer, and It
should be posslblo to have somo now
I t.ildlngH ready Tor occupancy when
college opens In September.
NOTICE OF KSTHAY.
Ono bay gelding weighing about
thirteen hundred pounds, branded 12
with quarter clrclo above, on left
stlflo, enmo to my place at Crystal
Oregon laRt summer. The animal is
now on my feel-yard. Tho owner may
have tlio samo by Identifying- bis
property, paying for bis keep and ad
vertising. If the animal Is not called for be
will bo advertised and sold at auc
tion. 20-2-9 (Signed) D. O, nilOWN.
FOIl SALE A big bargainnow 7
passenger. 0 cylinder touring car.
Call at 124 Sixth St. 21-27
Will sell my Nash Six Special now.
Seo If. Martin. 802 Oak St.
In the County Court of tbn Stato'of
Oregon, for Klamath County.
In the Mattor of tho Fatnto of Thom
as Drake, Deceased.
Notlco of settlement of final ac
count and of hearing of petition for
Notlco is hereby given that tho un
dersigned, as executrix of tho estate
of Thomas Drako, deceased, has rend
ered and presented for settlement,
nnil filed In said court, her final ac
count of tho administration of said
o-.tate, and a petition for her dis
charge, and that tho -23rd day of
February, 1920, at 10 o'clock a. m
In the court room of said court, nt
tho court bouse. In Klamath Falls,
Klamath County, Oregon, has been
fixed by said court as tho tlmo and
place for tho settlement of said nc-
count and tjio hearing of said peti
tion for distribution and discharge,
nt which tlmo and placo any person
Interested In said e.stato may nppoar
and file excentjons In writing to tho
said final account and contest tho
same, and show cause. If any there
be. wliv a final distribution of said
estate should not be ordered, and the
Dated this 23rd day of January,
Frecutrix of said Estate.
FOU SALi; A light cak 8 drawer)
flat lop desk In excellent condi
tion. Inquiro JIcraM office. 31 tf
FOR RENT OR LEASE
FOirnUNT Furnished, 2 or 3 room
apartments. Phono 8011. 23-24
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Three yearlings, branded 82
on left shoulder straight crop ort
each tar one gelding, yearling black
colt, branded 82 on left shoulder
Howard. .Notify II. J. Tichnor, Lan
goll Valley. 20-20
LOST At tho dopot about train
time.. Sunday a small bill folder
containing about $70.00 in bills and
photograph of owner. Reward If re
turned to Herald office or Phono
Let me flguro on your building. No
Job too small, nono too big. Thos.
Johnson. Contractor &. Builder, 201
Michigan Ave. 17-28
PHONR PEYTON for wood. 1ST
fWANTED Position doing general
housework. I!ox W. Herald. 23-25
WANTED A small second hand 2
whcel push cart. Inquiro G. C. Her
ald offlco. 6-tf
CHECK THAT COLO
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for fifty years
Klamath Lodge No. 137
I. O. O. F.
Snlisrrlbo for tho Herald.
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remedy when introduced half a
century ago. Not once in oil uio
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Taken by grownups and given to
the llttlu ones lor-the wife, sure
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lutely no disagreeable after-effects.
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vhe!i vou treat them with Dr.
King's New Life Pills. A smooth
acting Ins.itlvo tha.t gets right. down
to. business nnd gratifying results.
All dviugisis "ioc. a bottle.
Mcots Friday night of each week at
I. O. O. F. hall, nth and Main streets.
1 Hyman Weicbler, N. 0.; W. C. Wells,
! Secretary; V. D. Cofor, 'Treasurer,
j Ewauna Encampment No. 48, I. O
O. F., meets Tuesday night ol each
week at I O. O. F. hall. W. H. North,
C P.; W. D. Cofer, Scribe; Fred
' Dueslng, Treasurer.
Pelican Bay and Shipping
, , , -ton, $1.00 - -
One 6r four
25c -each additional
Rex Cafe. Phone 77 '
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uiui. iMiiL., iiiLni uviini v, iaju iiixiuii CHICKENS
'126 South Sixth St