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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 4, 1920)
TH EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
WEDNKSDAT, FEBRUARY 4, IBM.
How'd You Like to Wake Up as Heir to Million ?
A unlquo domonstrntlon Is to bo
hind tomorrow nftornoon, about 3
o'clock, on Mnln Street, botwoon
Sixth and 8ovcnth stroots, whan L. H.
Sanders ot tho Goodyear Tire ft Rub
ber company will dismount tnnd
mount ono ot tho 40 in. x 8 In. pneu
matic truok tires that Is bolng placed
on tho market by this company. A
good' ileal ot skepticism has been
manifested by truck owners as to tho
practicability, of this type ot tiro, hut
And In outrange house, sur-
rounded- Kith luxury? And
wltK Identification marks on
yifer' bodr-ytni never -awher
fortV Soma "mystery to 'solv.
what?" Well, this happens to
this is bolng rapidly dissipated by the-
success that Ib attending Its uso. The
domonstrntlon will undoubtedly nt
tract a great dosl ot attention.
"Putting One Over"
A William Fox production.
And one of tho runniest come
dies ever put upon the. screen.
Train wreck, crooks and pretty
girl all In a fine, jumble. A
scream ot a film'. '
THOSE WHO DINE HERE ONCE
always come again,, especially when
they desire something extra fine jri'the
way of food, service, and surroundings.
"We only have to induce people to come
here once. They come again of th'dir ,
own accord. , v
Suppose you test our service today and
learn why. this restaurant is so popular.
,3KrV"Off ' i SV' '(
I - Ja&-SS:' "
Moat Up-to-Date Billiard Parlor
in the City
, HIGH-GRADK CIGARS
CIGARETTES and TOBACCOS
Courtesy add Service our Motto
lted-bloodod nctlon, thrills and
myastory nro the elements descriptive
of floorgn Wnlsh'B latest vehicle In
advance reports of "Putins One
Over." the Wllllnm Vox photoplay
which Is to open at the Liberty Then
A train wreck results In 'the denth
ot the heir to a big estate, and crook
fix upon llcorge Wtnlsh, rendered un
conscious In the wreck, as a meant to
ward acquiring complete possession ot
the estnto; for, (Icorge. closely renom
bles the dead man, a'nd'all thoy have
ta dof WdJe MA. kalrlaiika a scar oil
j?Mla: V, . 4-1
covers consefousnoss In the mansion
ot his dead double ha finds himself in
hot water and In love. 'The action
from thnt time Is declared to be last
and at times furious. -
DKKR FIOHt'tO DEATH
The Kinogram' this "week shows
Oregon going Into action against Har
vard at Pasadena at the liberty to
night, ., It
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WANTED Experienced iwoman for
general housejtork. Phono 265.
FOR RENT furnished Apts.JIrs. O,
Peyton. Phone 11 2-11. 3-4
Houston Amusements Today
STAR Double Bill tonight, "'Rose O'
. the River," LUa Lee. "Up Stairs"
Mabel Normand, Also Fatty Ar-
1 buckle in "Back Stage."
TEMPLE "A Society Exile," Elsie
Ferguson; liyons-Moran comedy,
and current events. adv.
BUYS FARM ACREAGE.
FOR SALE 3 room cottage in Mills
'"Addition, city water, electric
lights, fenced, young fruit trees, gar-
lage" and etc. Price' cut to800, for
quick saie uv cssn. Daiance io sun.
J. T. WARD CO. ,
" 1S5 N. 7th Street. 4
Alex Cheyne purchased 60 acres erf
tne Anarew iiyan rancn yesieraar
This property Is. located close to tUf
Spring Lake school house and Join
on to the ranch now owned by M$$
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E. C. STUCKEY
Wishes to announce that he has moved his cabinet '
shop from 1124 Main street to corner of Eleventh
; ; and Pine streets, where the will continue to make
your GLASS troubles his troubles, as well as make
1 anything in cabinet work that you may desire. '
" Our hours are from ten to ten on
II days except Sunday, whpn w
close at six. Hot Spring Bath (House,
. .. - -v- lt
f i - -
FOR 8ALE3 Rooming house- -bt
location in tqwn 'nnuire vjt Main
St. . 4-C
' beAt - rf
WANTED Atloire. a good.jelrt to
assist at thefajphall Hou&e. 4-.it
i ,' r ' " '
WANTED Furnished-' hous.i ..or
E. B. Bishop,
LOST On Main Styesterday 20.00
BUI. Finder please return to Arth
ur Boleo, Phone 480W. 16.00 reward.
4-B ' '
Tile Farm Bureau will offer a pool
order on formaldehyde to be closed
February 20th. Place your order
with Farm Bureau office for your
supply for treating grain and potatoes.
THE PICK OF THE PICTURES" , '
H .W. POOLE, Owner. HARRY BOREL, MusicaJ-Director'
ATHLETIC GEORGE WALSH
"PUTTING ONE OVER"
The Comedy,' 'Tootlight Maids"
r Kinograms The Visual News of. All the World '
The Kinogram this weekshows lOJfcJMgjgQing int6
action agafrjstHaward atasadena, at'the'1 :
AT THE THEATERS
COLUMBIA FALLS. MONT.,
Feb. 4. C.A. Robinson, deputy game
wardn, has brought In from the hills
n photograph ot two buck dcor wtio
fought, with horns Interlocked, un
til death camo.
Mr. Robinson found the pair n an
obscuo glade. Tho earth ail about
for somo distance was torn up, nncf
the battle evidently had lasted a long
time. Tho bucks worej- large and
powerful, and thejr antlors wore so
Interlocked that (hey could not lj
PASSENGER AIR SERVICE .
MADRID. Fob. 4. SpanUh goy
orraont authorities aro planning to
inaugurate a London-to-Madrld pas
senger sorvlce by airplane within a
Dwrrlrt RhI kMt Mm
Why You'll Like This Sttoe
Vou .will find our sales force always eager to
serve you. Whejithcy make a.statement about
the merchandise, ydir-can know it is correct
We'll back everj' statement to the letter.
You'llXnd a spirit of courtesy here, and an
ability to please your wishes.
y Hart Schaftner & Marx Clothes
After yoii buy, if you find you haven't got
just what you want irioney cheerfully re
"I ain't mad at nobody"
The home of Hart Schaf f ner & Marx Clothes '
lit I ttr t 1 r t H-f 1 1 1 IHIilH t H-H-4-4-H
J. vv ".
Makes up a program that at 25 cents admission is
hard to beat
"Timber Sole, Klamath Indian Rcser-
vattoa;-rSealed bids, in duplicate.
taarired outside "Bid EggsraanrUnlt,"
and addressed to tne Huporinionneni, r
Klamath Indian School, Klamath I
Agency," "Oregon, will be received V
until , twelve,. . o'clock noon. Pacific $r
time, Thursday, March ll 1920, for -.
the purchase of timber on 640 acres i
at tribal and allotted land on the !
Sprague River in Sections 22, 27 and .
28, Township 34 South, Range 8
East of the W. M., Klamath Reser-
ration. Tho sale comprises about JL
two and one-half million feet-of yel- JJ
low pine, for which no bid. of less $
than, three dollars , and ten cents AJ
(13.10-) per thousand feet will be Z
considered. All timber must bo Ire- V
moyed prior to July 1, 1921. Each
bid must be accompanied by a certi- t
fled check for one thousand dollars,
payable to the Superintendent of tho
Klamath Indian Schqol.' Deposit ..
will" be retained as liquidated dam-
ages if bidder fails to execute con- !
tratet and bond within sixty days A.
from acceptance of bid. The right
to reject any and all blds;ls reserved. !
Form of contract and other Informs- Jk
tlon may be obtained from .Sunerln-
tenflent.-- 'Washington, D. ,C, Janu-
ary 23, 1920. CATO SELLS. Com-
miBBioner m maian Anairs. J-eoa-ss)
Hereafter the Herald 'will publish
the mean and maximum tempera
tures and precipitation recprd as tak
en by 'the U7 S. Reclamation' service
tfrttqn. .PubllciUeiaJ.wtll ,M.ver the
f A ifc bmI nil ilk, lkl kanasU fa'BHb '
wf ijyirTMjU My -PT' "' m ioi4Vf up.
to 5 o'clock of that day, - '
Max. Min. Palpitation
Big Closing Out
ow on at the Biehn
Forhfierly the Ford GairagiB.J;
to choose from;