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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 2, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
mondav, rnimuAiiY 2,020
Money Hidden Away
is not always safe, as may be thought;
it is often found by others, and the
owner suffers complete loss.
Then there arc other risks: a careless
or thoughtless act may destroy the
Money deposited with this Bank is
well protected by mechanical equip
ment a steel safe in a fire-proof vault
by burglary insurance, and again by
Your money in this Bank is always
ready for" you when you want it. '
Klamath State Bank
The Daylight Bank
Corner Si)Jth and Main
CHINESE TO BUILD
BIIANUI1AI, Dec. 2C, (Ily Mall)
An Industrial unlvoislty to cont ffi,
000,000 will fo erected In Shanghai
If tho plnns of CIiIiichu educators and
Industrial loaders tiro attained. Tlio
Ic'c-ii wan Biii:i:('ttcil by Professors C,
W. Woodworth, 0 tho unlvorslty of
California, 011 11 tltnu a lecturer at
Nanking university '
It In Intended to conduct tlio uni
versity 011 American lines, wltli
(Mliilpiiienl nml Instructors frim tlio
A novel feature of tlio proposed
iinlverHlty will ho tlio Incorporation
In It of 11 comploto cotton mill which
will (-in ploy Its students and require
lliein to perform productlvo toll ns
well iih school work. Threo leading
('hliicxn of Hhnnklini have (,'onn to the
I'lillol .Slates to vlnlt schools and oh
tn til lileaH for the establishment of
Mel Coogan Is another ono of those
boxers who hellovo they can padillo
their own canoe. Coogan Is nowhla
FOR S ALE Real Estate
VOll 8ALJ 10 acres, with houno'
anil Imrn. 5 A, under Irrigation
Joining railroad right of Vny. Oppo!
site side of Chelsea Lumber Dot Co.
Inuutro Ham Kfng.'SliIpplngton.
2D-4 ,. ,
VOti BAM-: lly owner, first clans.
new, (J room modern bungilov.
Terms. Address Mux (J. Herald office
CITY (JAfUIAaE When you want
Garbage removed phono 91. v 11-tt
I'rintW. Htntlonory and office
snpitllei). l'loneor l!rlnllng and Hta
tlonery company, 12G Main St. 0-tf
I 'if ON ft PEYTON for wood. 187'
liemprcst, Dentist, over
man's Storo, Cth and Main.
301 l 7""5. vvrt.iiij&L ,
FOH SALE -Rooming house, he-t lo
cation in town. Inuulro 801 Main
Ht. , 29
All r 1 a , tin. . r t .", .; it ,
run iiai.i'. i8u. ncrcs improved KWnnUZNCKV hookkoeper (malo)
innrBli land; 31 hciid of nhneU: 7" lihi Bnaro tltnn (n'linndir, nmnii....
nngorn Koata; 3 head of hiirsei. Jlnrr' of liookij or'niako up lncomo tax. Tel.
Woithrook, Phono 4C7W, Klamath 23011. j .
rails. 27-3 I "
AT THE THEATERS
"The I-'euil," In which Tom Mix Is
starred, opened yesterday at tho Lib
erty Theatre. Jiidrjnf; from tho en
thusiasm of tho audience, this will
b6 the most popular, locally at lcasi,
of tho productions of this favorite
As tho title indicates, "Tho Feud"
deals with tho heritage of hato be
tween two rivnl clans of tho Dlue
Braiw region. Tom Mix Is scon as
Jero Lynch ,who is In lovo with IJotty
Summers, a daughter of tho enemy
family, played by pretty Eva Novak.
Tho early incidents of tho play
nro tlio tensest or drama, ino in
tense bitterness of tho feud is ex-
FOR SAl.E-MiscelioT; WANT TO SELL?
VOn HALIC- Ono Maxwell and two If yo" ,mro Property for salo, tell .
Fords nt an un'imi i!lv nv nrir.. nbout It, and we'll tell it over and
Howie (larngo. S0'4 0Tur Baln to tho other fellows. If
. L;yonr price and terms aro in lino with
FOIt 8ALK A five passenger Ilulck tl10 '"'""ket. we shall very likely bo
C. 1'rlro $950. C. L. McWIllinms, a,'l ninko a sale. Como In and '
Phono 103, . 31-3 taltt H-over.
. - Zi CIIILCOTE & SMITH
FOR SALK No. 1 JerBoy milk coWi,2 m:t Ml,i" ' I'hono OO
steer calves 0 and .'I mo. old Also 28"3
some nlco chickens. 24 IT, Harrow Av. .7V-..,, .,... . , . . '
Mills Addition. ni-2 MADAM IOINA, Palmist
World's fJreiilcst Phrenologist, "
I'nlinlst anil Medliiin.
Ttcads your entire life east:
pnfnYed"!-, llTTrZ'. l &2&"'J td
ffoeaS"0-?fin pf- I)om"rost- Pi,J So ' badStod to :Z what toTS
Pox 30 1, office Phono 4,0. 27-3 )t0 ,)Cltcr .,tlr condltIons ,n ,lf
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tlon. Inquiro HeraH office.
FOR SALIC A big bargain now 7
passenger, 6 cylinder touring ear. I
Call 124 Sixth St. 28-3 i
'"-. her will meet your hlghfi3t expectaif
"'Jtlons, nnd you will bo wiser and.
i nnppicr, artor consulting her, she)
(having tho gift of removing all evil
V V V V V V V W 'V '"T V ' V
FRUIT JOBBERS ''
rliiiluil Friday. ,lm 1)cpn nrraKeili particularly for
Threo group gatherings wore pro-tl( W()lm,M wh() wu ncc0lnpnny tll0
grammed for today, tho Whole.ml.Tj ,,,,,,.,, hor0i Tho ..act ToKCthor..
and JohberH bureau meeting .under ,, ,,,,, ., ,.,,..,, ,ii
and a cabaret entertainment. Athletic
Night, u luncheon In Chinatown for
mooting under tho chairmanship of )u) ,mP8t u forlmll ,m tMontcr
tho direction of K. T, Scott, chnlr-
SAN FHANCISCO, Fob 2.- Rail
road transportation and other p' lib
it) inn of distribution rniifvr-tiilug tlio
Western Fruit JohberH nisoi'latlonl
will bo discussed nt tho nuuiril con
vention of tlio organization which
opened hero today.
Delegates from districts through
out the west and im far east as Chi
cago began arriving early yost'irday
for tlio meetings which VIM bo con-
' party, luncheon nt the ocean front
William II. Roylaiico mid tho Ilrok
1 urn iiiinmu mm, i.uiiiimk u iiii-uiimj,. ,.,.., ,. imn,m. .lr ..i....,,,
Tomorrow n trip will bo tnken to
llerkoley, iicross tho hay, whoro Uni
Terslty of California experts will ills-
cvihh fruit preserving refrigeration,
llmluatlon of wiiHto and stundarlzn
tion of fruit and vegetables.
C'ATTliK IIAVK "FLU"
POPLAR, Mont., Fob. 2. Federal
i veterinary Burgeons, nftor iniiulry In
to tho mysterious malady Hint has
Tho annual meeting of the issocla-;1)con carryK 0ff stock In northern
tlon jiroHir Is to bo held Wednesday. Montana, nro said to havo decided
niprDJiu... Ithat It is influenza or hemorrhagic
An unusually gay social program septicemia.
Feeling that my reputation Is nn-i Influences and placing you in an en
dangered by malicious reports In cir-! vironment of happy thought and
eolation, to the effect that I have, contentment. Readings: Sunday and
been convicted of crime 'anil nnrvpi! ' dally, 0 a m to 9'30 n. m. Located'
ceptlonally visualized, as well as tho' sentence In tho penitentiary, I herejiy! a, Jlpom, 1, Moore Rooming Jlouse,'
pretty lovo affair which, unfortun
ately, serves only to rekindle tho
The scene then shifts to tho west
In fruitier days mid tho action be
comes more spectacular. Including an
Indian attack on a wagon train.
Tom Mix does less "stunt stuff"
and moro acting In this production
than in most of his recent features.
However, there Is no question about
his acting ability.
"Tlio Foud'" will conclude its
offer $innn to any person who can '"' Mfl'n SU between Broad and
produce evidence that I u. nvr. In- Spring Streets, ono block pant nt
dieted or punished Tor crime or that' vv,,,ln TcHcan Hotel, Klamath Falls,1
any criminal nctlon was over brought 0rc- I'hono 471. 27-10 .
against me, anvwhere or at nny'tlmo. : 4
MARVIN WILLIAMS, Sr. , Xc"' records February 1. Earl
29-31 .Slienhrril'o. inV,
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Ono of tho most thrilling scenes in
tho new picture, "Tho Girl Alaska,'
is that of the boat carrying the girl
her pal, nnd their guido being caught
underneath tbo fallof a glacier.
Tho threo adventurers nro travol
ing along a stream at tho footof a
mountain of ice nnd sriow, when sud
denly far up nbovo their heads, part
of tho faco of tho glacier comes
crumbling down upon them.
Tho boat is crushed by tho huge
mnss of falling lco and snow as
'though it wero mado of straw.
Tho threo occupants of tho boat
dive down Into tho water and then
ijwlm for tho farther shore of the
stream. Tho girl nnd hro pal manage
to reach tho land in safety, but the
poor guido's body is thrown upon
the bank, n mass of crushed bones.
This is-but onp of tho big scenic
features of "Tho Girl Alaska," the
electrifying picture of tho Alaskan
gold country, which Is scheduled for
showing at the Liberty Theatre1 on
JET some today!
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Your inspection Invited
MEXICO CITY, Jan. 31. Tro Un
ited States government, in its fight
against Holshovlsm, is exorcising a
strict censorship on mnil from the
Mexican states of Tamalipas,' Yucif
,nn, Vera Cruz, Sinalna and Sonora,
say newspapers of this city which as
sert the Information conies from gov
ernment? sources. It Is said hero that
the nbovo named states nro regarded
as Ilolslievlk centers. '
NOTICE OF ESTRAV.
Ono bay gelding weighing about
thirteen hundred pounds, branded K
with quarter circle above, on left
stlflo, came to my place at Crystal
Oregon last summer. Tho animal is
now on njy .feel-yard. The owner may
have tho same by Identifying his
property, paying for his keep and ad
vertising. 1 '
If 'tho animal is not called for ha
will bo advertised and sold at auc
tion. . i
20-2-9 (Signed) P. G. DROWN. '
Typewriter dealers in New York
report that nn ever-increasing num-j
ber of society women nrcusing the
machines for their private corres
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A bottle In tho medicine cabinet
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Regular Bowels Is Health
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In the County Court of tho State of
Oregon, for Klamath County. .
In the Matter of tho Estate of Thom
as Drake, Deceased.
Notice of settlement of final ac
count and of hearing of petition for
discharge. - ""-I
Notice isA hereby given that tho un
dersigned, as executrix of the estate
of tThomas Drake, deceased, has rend
ered) and presented for settlement,
and filed n said court, her final ae
count of the administration of said
o'tnte, and, a petition for her dls
chargo, and that the 23rd day of
February, 1920, at 10 o'clock a, m.
In tho court room of said court, at
the court house. In Klamath Falls,
Klnpinth County, Oregon, has been
fixed by said court as the time and
place for the settlement of sild ac
count nnd tho hearing of said petl
t'on for distribution and discharge,
nt wMcJi tlmo nnd place any person
intprp,ted In said estate may appear
in.i f"n fcoot'ons in writing to tho
said f'onl recount flntl contest the
"m. nml Jimv cause. If any there
iio. win- n f'tnl distribution of said
o-ito ov.n'iW not lo ordered, and the
""oil this 23rd day of January,
-pciitrix of said Estate.
free ono day and stubborn tho
next shoulu bo healthfully regu
lated 'by Dr. King's New l.Ife IUlls.
In this way you keep tho Impurities
of wnsto matter from circulating
through tho system by cleansing
tho bowels thoroughly nnd promot
ing the proper How of bile. t q
Mild, comfortnblo, yet nlwnys ro
llnble, Dr. King's Now Life Pills
work with precision without tlio
constipation results of violent pur
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! Klamath Lodge No. 137
! i. oTo.f. s
Meets Friday night of each week at
f I. O. O. F. hall, tith aiul Main streets.
.) Hyman.AVeschler, N. G.; W. C. Wells.
Secretary; W. D, Cofor, Treasurer.
I Ewauna Encampment No. 46, I., O
' O. F., meets Tuesday night of each
1 wook nt I. O. O. F. hall. W. H. North,
I C Ii W. D. Cofer, Scribe; Fred
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123 Sixth Street
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Murphey's Feed & Seed Store
126 South Sixth St