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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 4, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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FESII ItHVOLUTlOX HAS
s IIKOKK.N OUT, IIONIUIItAS.
'. MANOUA, NlcnuraKiin,xKnli. 3.
.,Thur has boon, a frosli revolutionary
'"outbreak, lit'liondura.s, nccordlng to
fudvlcos'frocolvo'd horo. Tho rovolutlon-
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IstR uro headed by Hon Alberto Mom
born, formor vlco-presldont of Hon
duras, and Dr. Kaznrlo Soriano. Tho
robcls sitffurcd heavy dofoat at tho
hniids of tho govornmunt force and
aro now rotlrlng toward tho Nlcaura
gimn frontier, It Is reported. ' v
Who are the men and women that
become,! masters over great things?
They are those, who first of all become
masters over little things.
Dollar bills and silver dimes are only
little things so little that they, 'often
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trickle away in every direction and
yet they, hayo formed the solid foun
dation for many a comfortable income
through the following slogan :
, "DON'T WASTE! SAVE!"
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Start a Savings. Account today.
First State &
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
FOR STATE SCHOOL
OUKOON AGn'lCULTUUAL COL
LEGE, Corvallls, Feb. 3. Plans are'
being perfected to Install a modol
drug store, In tho school .of pharmacy'
Quarters. Tho aim .Is tosot aside a
room and oqulp It .wltli different
kinds of labor-saving dovlces, such
ns can bo built' In any store, tho most
common patents with their approx-,
Inmto formulas as published by'-.tho,
American Medical association, Itnjfod '
States buroau ot cliomistvy and other
laboratories, nnd vnrlouB types of
sundries. Tho plan Is to have
students Instructed in yelling talks
for nil of these materials, bo .thoyi
ufay know' something ot their-com-1
position nnd niothods of maiiufucr
turo. Tho work will bo a part of
tho course. In commercial pharmncy
which has already been dovelopodon
a practical basis. a ,,
" When fi Spanish : noble wbmr.H jnnr,
rios n commonor ho takes h'ot' tillb.
, ARE DAMGEBOifil
Dr. Kins's New Discovery
ccon breaks a cold and
checks a couch
CniLLS, t- fever-1- sneezes ami
- thcnn hard' cold develops.
Tulto u llttlo l)r. King's Nw
Discovery,, when tho snifllivt sturt.
It will soon chock' tho .cold, "llfo
(.'qugh-provoklug thront-tlcUle. UKtHl
uvei-ywhero by peoplo.t yh know
why it has boon on the market for
half n century. Itclloved cold, cmwli,
grippe, croup. Ko (lisiigft'cablo
nfti'r-efl'oets. All dnigglsts-rGOc.
nnd Sl.i!0 a bottle. ,. Give it ,u trial.
T j ,,'V, : 7p-
Bowels. Behind Schedule?
I.Ivor acting lnz.v? Hrlnt them to
timo with Dr. Klng'a ftw l.jj'o
I'llls. (lentlo but suro-nctlii!,' ys
tern cleansers that aru tonlcky ilii
uctlim niul plcnslug In reamus. BUU
SJ5c. a boltlo ai ull drug stores.
rl tiei'jhl wuiil Jul tviit m'Ii it
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I Invented tho Tire
Solo Idea U. S.
Patent No. 1077110,
November f, 19 IS.
Bring us an old,
worn tire like
we'll cover it
with a Sturges
Tire Sole made
of new, live rub
ber, with heavy
andi you'll have
the equal of a
new the, which
looks like this,
Sturges Tire Soles re
duce your tire expense
one balf. We upply
KLAMATH IUJBHEIt &
'' IiEATIIE'ri CO.
1120 Main St. Phono 301
POIt 8AI-K 10 ncroH, with houoo
nnd liarn, C A, iimlor Irrlcntlon.
.TolnlnR railroad rlfjht of way. Oppo-
ulto Bldo of Chelsea I-umh'ir Hbx Co.'
Inmilro flam KIiik, HIilpplngtoH.
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
VOH BA Mi Ford louring car, Inl
Jlrst-el.'iss condition. Cheap for'tions. nnd
-smb. Iniitilro Klamath Sorvlcd Sta-I
tlon. 2-4ihuvlnic tho gift of removing all evil
t'OHHAU? Ono Maxwell nnd two
' f'oi'dn at in nniUii.illy Ioa' nrlcui,
IJowlo Garage'. SO-4
:iTy aAHHAai5 When you want
narbage removed phono 91. 11-tf
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, Printing. Btntlonery .nnd office
iuppllex. I'lonccr I'rlntlng and Sta
tionery company, 12C Main St. 9tf
I'HONIO I'KYTON for wood. 187
Iumr-Mt, Oen'.lst. over
man's Store, flth and Main.
Iteint yet HrniMWnnt AcK
A MIDUI.K-AtlKI) Woman would like
work ns n waitress In logging
camp, or as helper In kitchen or as
housekeopor. Address H. II. Davis,
Ilray, Cnllf. 2-5
STRNOOUAIMIKR WANTBD Gcod
salary. "Apply Itcnner & Chastain,
over Klnmatli State uanic hiub.
Phono 117. 2-tf
No. 11S1 Equity.
In the Circuit Court of tho Stato of
Oregon for Klamath, County.
Dulsiy Wright, plaintiff vs. John
To John Wright, defendant:
In the name. ot tho State of Oregon,
you are hereby required to appear
and answer the .complaint filed
against you In the above entitled suit
on or before Tuesday, February 24,
1020, and If you fall to answer, for
want thereof, tho plaintiff will apply
to the ccurt for tho relief demanded
in the complaint,, to-wit: For a do
cree dissolving tho bonds of matri
mony twclsting between tho plaintiff
and defendant, that plaintiff's maid
en name, Dulslo Moore, bo restored
to her and that plaintiff have such
other and further relief ns tho. court
may deem meet and equitable.
February 24, 1920, is tho last day
of tho time prescribed In t'e n-.!-"-for
publication of summons In which
ym mav annenr ,nnd answer, ,.
This summons Is ordered publish-,
cd by tho Honorable D. V; Kuyken
(lull. Judxe of tho Circuit Court for
J Klamath County, Oregon, which or
der, dated January 12, 1920, re
quired that this summons bo pub-
ilisned once a week for six successive
iweeks. The dato of the first publica
tion of this summons is January 13,
II. JL 'MANNING' and WM. GANONG,
Attorneys for Plaintiff, whoso of
fico and postofllco address Is
Loomi8 Bids., K'amath Falls,
Klamath County, Oregon.
A, Herald Wmit Ail will sell It.
announces that -he has
moved his offices to those
formerly occupied by Dr.
Schleefy rooms 1 and 2,
VVhite Building. The
phone numbers are as
Klamath Lodge No. 137
Meets Friday night of each wedk at
1..0, O. F. hall.'pth and Main streets.
IiyinWWeschler, N. O.; W. C. Wells,
Secretary; W, D. Cofer, Troasuror.
Ewauna Encampment No.-'4,'I. O
O. F., .meets Tuesday night of each
wook at I. O. O. F. hall. W; H. North,
C. P.'; W. D. Cofer. S6ribo; rFred
THE NEW FAIRBANKS-MORSE BOSCH '
MAGNETO EQUIPPED ENGINE
and the ,
CARLSON PUMP JACKS AND WINDMILLS!:
LORENZ PLUMBING SHOP
123 Sixth Street
It will save you Time, Money, and Patience
Murphey's Feed & Seed Stojre
126 South Sixth St
MADAM IOINA, Palmist
World's flrontcit I'lirennloRltt, ,
I'alinlflt mid Medium.
Ttuads your entire llfo past,
present and future correctly, glf-
lnc names, date nnd figures In bus
InesH, lovo, law, mnrrlaRo ana dom
estic troubles. Tolls you what you
ore best ndnpted for nnd what to do
to better your conditions In Ufa.
This Indy reads your hand as' you
would nn open book. A reading by
Ker will meet your highest oxpecta-
you will bo wiser nnd
hnpplor, after consulting her, she
' Influences and placing you In an en-
vlronmenl of hnppy thought and
contentment. Headings: Sunday and
dally, 9 n. in. to 9:30 p. m, Located ,
( n,t ttoom, 1, Mooro Rooming House,
1.113 Main St.. between nroad and
Spring Streets, ono block enst of
White Pelican Hotel, Klamath Kalis',
Oro. 1'horio 471. 27-10
AITAIt SOCIKTY MKETING.
The bi-monthly meeting of the
Altnr Society of Sacred Heart church
will be held on .Thursday afternoon,
Waliftinrv K fit ? n'n!npi All mnmhflrfl
' ir nn.illnthf n.l Aflrttn.Mv Invltorl
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to be present, as business ot. Import
ance .will be discussed. '
Council of the Altar Society.
The partnership heretofore exist
ing between H. E. Calkins and J. H.
Hnmllton has been dissolved. The
former partner has taken over the
entire business and will be responsi
ble for all debts contracted after
Kebruary' 1st, 1920.
" , J. H. HAMILTON.
Today and Tomorrow
The terrible tale of a, stage
carpenter who saw so much
that he sawed but little.
And during those rest
periods Ooh-la-la !
Then one dark night,
when the villain was acting
worse than usual there was
a quarrel over a girl.
The aqtors struck, and
sh-h-h! "Fatty" put on, a
show of, his own ! ! ! Better