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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 9, 1920)
MONDAT, FEBntTARr , 1WK
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, ' OREGON
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Farm Loans 6 S
Appraisals, for the California Joint Stock Land
'Bank will be made this week.
Loans are 6 per cent
Get in your application immediately
, ARTHUR R. WILSON
1 517 Main Street
POST OFFICE BUILDING
AT THE THEATERS
! Frank K'eennn's third Independent
production. "The World Aflame."
'which shows today at tho Liberty
'Theatre, has boon called an epochal
play. It treats ot a tremendous mod
ern problem from a point never usod
before, and it Is done so vitally, so
-.Intimately, and with such humnnlty.
.withal, that one ts apt to loso sight ot
the consummate art In fashioning the
theme, in taking to heart its tremend
ous achievement. "Tho World
Aflame" Is as timely to the universal
', social unrest as ''The Battle Cry of
: Peace" was to its day of military un-
DAXCB IS SUCCESS.
Tho millwrights' dance at St. Cloud
Saturday evening was well attended
Practically all thejnochanlcs employ-
ad 'In the building of, the Pelican Bay
Lumber company's new mill were in
attendance with all their, lady folk.
Houston Amusement ,Tday
STAR "A Day's Pleasure," Chas.
it Chaplin, ''Break theJfewslo Moth
er." A Select Special.
TEMPLE "The Wreck" Anita Stew
art, Showing a great rnllrond
head-on collision, also a Brlggs
comedy and Bray Plctograph. ady
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.THE CRUCIBLE OF LIFE'
A Gripping Melodrama of
Society, in seven parts
Montagu Love, the famous and
popular star, will be seen on Tuesday
at the Liberty Theatre in "The Rough
Neck," a new World Picture.
Much of the action ot this picture
transpires in a lumber camp whore
Montagu Love in the role, ot John
Ma'rsters Is the boss. Barbara Castle-
tou; In the role of Frances Armltago,
comes to the camp with tier fathor
whore she Bees Marsters taking sum
mary punishment on a half-breed
who transgresses one of tho iron-clad
laws, ot the camp. She Is at once Im
presed with the idea that Marsters. is
nothing but a roughneck. This Idea
J makes her take a positive dislike to
Marsters, and this dislike is enhanc
ed when Marsters finds hej; father
puling some rough stuff and lmmedi-
ly takes steps to stop it. r-
'The Rough Neck" is thoroughly
interesting and entertaining .from
start to finish. It is a decidedly un
usual photoplay, too, In ihat only one
woman appears in the production
The story of "The Rough Neck"
was written by Harry O. Hoyt, who
Iws written a number of other World
successes, among which are "The Be
loved Blackmailer," 'By Hook or
Crook" and others. In the"Rough
Neck" he has penned a picture that is
particularly well suited to Mr. Love's
talents and In which Miss Castleton's
beauty and ability are both seen to
This picture will please you. Make
a point, ot seeing It.
Are yon enumerated?
MEXICO CITY, Jan. 24. (By Mail)
The 1020 budget, as approved by
President Carranza provides for an
Increase in the president's salary
from 137 to 200 pesos a day. It is
explained that this will not benefit
President Carranza, who will contin
ue .to draw 137 pesos a day until hlB
term "expires, but the increased pay
'Will be drawn by his successor.
I. D. McCarthy, representing tho
Burroughs adding mnchlno I In. tho
city on ono of his regular trlpa m (ho
Interest ot his company.
Mrs. F, M. Oarlch, who Ir.is boon
nulto 111 for n few days Is murli Im
proved nnd nhlo to bo up again.
Senator Oeorgo A. Baldwin la lurk
after sovornl month. absence. I In 'on
early last winter for a trip to V'nsh
tngton I). C, nnd other cnitorn cit
ies nnd slnco his return to Oregon
tho first of tho yonr hns neon In' Port
land and Snlom. Ho was ncompnrled
homo from Portland by Mrs. VIll
Baldwin and baby, who linvo boon
Will Baldwin, manager of tho Itnld
win Hardware company, la in Sin
Francisco on business.
County Judgo It. '11. Bunnell nml
C. T. Darloy, county engineer, .jo
turned last night from n business trip
Tho Rov. K. P. Luwrcnco and fnm
lly motored to Merrill nnd back ycs
torday. Tho Hov. Mr. Lawrence Is or
ganizing forces for tho Arircnlnn ru
Hot drive which Is to takn place
shortly throughout tho county.
Miss Margucrlto Mcftrath has r.'inn
to Bray to nurso Influenzu cases. Shu
loft yesterday morning.
Elmer French who sold his dairy
.recently to the Klamath Falls Cream
ery has moved with his family to
their rnnch on tho Midland road
whero Mr. French will look after his
dairy herd in tho future.
Mrs. W. 0. Mooro loft yesterday
morning for Salem for a brief busi
Charles Riley Is In tho city from
Paralso Springs California, to look
after his extensivo business Interests
H. H. Edmonds hns Just received n
postal card from Frank Burns ot Fot
Klamath and Thad McIIattan. Tho
card was mailed from Georgetown,
British Guiana, and carries tidings
Ihat both these woll known men are
well and enjoying thomsolvcs.
Tho Meambor brothers; Fred and
John, ot Yreka, Calif., aro In tho city
for a tew days on matters of busi
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"THETPICK OF THE PICTURES"
,H .W. POOLE, Owner.
HARRT BOREL, Musical Director
America's Great Character Artist
In the picture every true American should see
This picture has been endorsed by the Federation ot Labor
wherever It has been shown and by the governors ot every state,
and was officially screened in the "Department of the Interior in
Tomorrow 'THE ROUGHNECK." A lumber
camp story' with plenty of thrills and plenty of surprises.
Bearing marks ot tho heavy slug
ging with Sailor Suddlngton nt Sac
ramento Wednesday night. Young
Papke, who Ib to mcot Mickey Drown
at the local opera house in an eight
round contest Wednesday night, ar
rived last night and started final
training bright and early this morn
ing by jogging over Beveral mlh'S of
hilly road west of tho city. Papko has
joined Huff's training camp and will
work out with the middleweight
every afternoon over tho Dodge gar
age on Fourth street.
Brown, Papko's opponent, also
came In last night nnd whtlo the Sac-',
ramento boxer was chasing jackrab
blts on the .western hills, Brown was
stirring tho dust along tho highways
to the east. He has n tralne- with him
and they have established quarters at
the Whlto Pelican.
Sailor Bosco, who will kwu; blows
with Huff In the ten-round main ev
ent, will arrivo tonight, with Bob
Wall as a trainer and sparring part
While the votorans aro bending ev
ery effort to improving their condi
tion for the main battles. Earn Graf
ton Is not overlooking th.i tact that
Provide Everything a Man Wants
IN STYLE, ALL-WOOL FABRICS,.
TAILORING SERVICE AND VALUE.
FINE ASSORTMENT OF NEW
STYLES READY TO SHOW YOU
THE HOUSE OF KUPPENHEIMER
FULFILLS ITS DUTY TO YOU
THE UNVARYING QUALITY
EVERY KUPPENHEIMER GAR
MENT. WE DO OUR PART
CLOTHES FAIRLY AT THE LOW
EST MARGIN OF PROFIT WE CAN
AFFORD TO ACCEPT.
Our Guarantee of
TOO, GOES WITH EVERY KUPPEN
HEIMER SUIT OR OVERCOAT.
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KUPPENHEIMER CLOTHES KNOX HATS NRIUPN SHOES'
will do It. Dr. W. A. Leonard Is hand
ling Graftim and Is puttln;; him thri;
a rigorous coursa.
' Matchmaker Knight today rccrled
word from Dick O'Brien, the Cincin
nati giant, that ho Will meet Karl
Richoy horo on Fohruary ZS If that
dato Is ugrecuhlo to tho local flghtur
O'Brien Is anxious for tho battle and
Icives nrinngcmonts In tho ImmlJ of
tho matchmnkor. Hlchoy has boon
training for tho past week -ind will
doubtless ngrco to meet tho cantornor
on the dato fixed by tho Iatt "
Aro jou enumerated?
ROME, Jan. 18. (By Mull.)
Tho Itnllan govornmont Is actively
co-operating with Fronch authorities
for tho establishment of a passongor
air nlnnn Hnrvlrn rnnnnrttnif Piirln
ne is up againsi a serious proi-osmon- llh t. nplnrlnnl .,.
in iiib uuui wtiu cuiuu in iiib iiruuin
inary." Grafton hardly expert? tho 18
second victory over Young Fonvlllo
J last month to b repeated but ho is
uui lur unuiuui ut'un.u-i il iitiifiiiio
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
LOST Small Hod hack 1910 Dlnrv.
(.ontnlns notes Important to owner;
aiso I'.nuinerators card for Iistrlct
No. 52. Li". M, Hartor, cnUraorator,
Matin, Oregon. 3
FOR SALK Laying hens, 24 '!l.og
horiuu G Ilhode Island Reds, 9 Min
orca riuiets. ;i;i.r 6th st. -ii
-Wagon and barncso. G.
FOR RBNT Two furnished room
for light housekeeping for bache-
Ioih. Wood and wator furnished. .1.
J. Nichols, Plum & 4th street. 9-11
Those doslrlng to learn Spanish
wrlto to Miss Hlnojosa, 11 111 Main
St. or call, phono 374. 9-14
tho United States thoro aro
moro than fifty women who earn
their livelihood as blacksmiths.
FOR SALK 160' acres timber, coun
ty crulso showing 3,400,000 feet.
T. H. Mooro, White Pelican HoUt:,
9-10. ' 2
Dr."i..VjA Truax wishes to announce
inni npnm( roturnou noma and wi
again resume practice. His offica w
bo In room 206 Odd 'Fellows' Build
Ing-PliOno 86ivand 310. 9-13
NOTIOK O. K. 8.
Thuro will bo a rogula
Alohas Chnptor No. 61, O. H. 8. at
1 be a regular mooting 'of
tnr No. 61. O. V. fl. l
Masonic Uall, Tuosdiy evening, Feb!-
tnr. umlfnmn . 1
ruary 10th, 1020, at 7:30 o'clock u
in.' initiation and refroBhmehts
'EFFIB S, CHA8TA1N. SI
FOR BALW Latest Slngor Sowlrim
mnchlno. Sct'bt. Carpontor & Mllf-
wrighta tilols.rFnbcy Indian bea4
work! Box'lira Klamath Falls, Ore.
I have for quick, sale the best buy pnSixth" I :
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i btreet, the corner of Sixth and? Walnut. two blocks I
from Main. Lot 70 x-104. , Th,e price is right. See-'J
JAMES E WATKINS, JR.
Suite One, Swanaon Bldg.
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Sixth Between Main and Klamath ,
Battery Service Station