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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 21, 1920)
Saturday, PKimu.vnv 21, inao.
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Hlll'lfliTll ' Persona' Mention .
I Invented the Ttr
Sols tda U. S.
Pittot No. iothm,
Jioreinber . 11 11.
Bring us an old,
worn tire like
we'll cover it
with a Sturges
Tire Sole made
of new, live rub
ber, with heavy
and you'll have
the equal of a
new tire, which
looks like this,
Stories Tire Soles re
duce Tour tire expense
one half. We apptj
KX1AM4TH RUBBER &
1120 Mala St. Phone 304 "f
Mrs John Kotor left this morning
for Ounsmulr mid other points to
'lslt her.Wothor and other remthos
I Uur stay will be an extended one
Mr. and Mrs. Kiul Shepheid will
leao In the morning tor Sim Fr.m
(cIpco. whero'Mr. Shepherd will nt
tend to bulncs mattet When bust
Incss Is disposed of, Mr. nnd M11
(Shepherd will enjoy seer.l weeks of
1 motoring through the Golden State,
'expecting to pet hack homo about
April 1st During their absence. Mrs
tm Cr.11ul.Ut will hau charge of
t the Shepherd Mustc Store.
AT THE CHURCHES
Sacred Heart Church, corner 8th
and High streets. Her. Hugh J. Mar
Children's mass S o'clock.
Adults Mass 10:30.
ETening service, 7 o'clock.
The Christian Science Society of
Klamath Falls holds services at 113
Fourth street every Sunday morning
at 11 o'clock and every Wednesday
evening at 7:30. All are welcome.
The subject of lesson tor Sunday,
The Sunday school session la from
9:45 to 10:45 every Sunday morning.
Th fritfl rpArltnr mom and free
'lending library Is open from 2:30 to
14:30 on Tuesdays, Thursdays and
NEW YOltK DID NOT CLOSE
OX ACCOUNT or "FLU
The largest negro life 'insurance
company in me worm nm us.-neau-
quarters a Durham, N C, where ;a
modern seven-story building" ig, .now-
being erected for the accommodation
of the company's general offices.
Last year New York city was one
of the few- places not closed during
the "flu" scare The schools,,
churches and theaters, ran as usual
and the death rate was actually
lower than in most other cities. Close
all places of amusement and you
crowd people together in small,'
poorly ventilated places. When you
remove the opportunity for pleasure
cu depress people and the action
strikes terror Into the hearts of the'
timid and makes them susceptible to.
disease they would otherwise resist.!
Tp shny-up. Dr. Royal S. Copeland,'
health commissioner of New 1 ork,
sa'rsf "Well persons will be bene
fited by' the diversions of the theater,
Mln. fCCWiiO puuuut uc uuiiic iw t
their cvvngood and the public good.
Go about your affairs calmly and un
afraid.- "KeePAyour theaters open and
your people nappy..
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I Y CoovriHit 1920 Hart SLlulfiicr & Marx
There is daily demand for one or
more of the thousands of things
which the modem ding store sells.
There is constant need for such
items and a constant demand for
quality and the constant appeal of
fair price if you buy these things
Washington wrote these words to
Nothing but harmomy, honesty, industry and frugality
are-necessary to make us a great and happy people '
pEBRUARY 22 is Washington's birthday; it's a good
time for all of us to pause and take his words to heart.
Wexlbn't need to worry much about the " honesty. " The
United States has that quality in goodly measure. We do
need more "harmony" and all of us need to work harder
and save more. ' " -
"I Ain?t Mad at Nobody '
Patent Medicines Cooking Needs
oiugiucii ouppiies rrvjHCiipiions
Fancy Goods Bath Needs
Stationeiy Household Helps
We point with pride to our enorm
ous stock of drug store needs. With
equal pride we insist upon the re
markable equality of everything,
we sell. Your pride comes with the
purchase of goods of reliable char
acter to give you good service and
at our abnormally low prices to
meet the inclinations and desires
of economical buyers. Come to us
first for all drug store goods.
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TOO tJiTE TO CLASSIFY
FOR RENT Completely furnlsh'ed
- apartment. Everything -JurnlshSd
including laundry Lyle Apartments.
Sixth & High. . ,. 21"
RENO 4 room i.tdrnlshed
ment. 416 S. Riverside: Phono
FOR SAL'E 1 globe werrfbeko oak
file case letter size 3 'dawei1
vertlcle i compartments-r Price1
$60,00. Jost like new. J,IL Carria-1
han, Loomls Bldg. Room i?', "tl
FOR RENT Nice room suitable fpr,
gentleman, wa aiani ai. iv
CARD OF THANKS.
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X 7 WHERE PARTICULAR PCOPLC Wll
purity I BUY THEIR DRUGS -v-
Wo wish to express to our friends
and nolghbois our heartfelt thanks
tor the kindness and assistance given
us during tho illness and death of
our dear baby. 1
MR, AND MRS. JACK HALE.
Plaining Mill hands of nil kinds
Carpenter for bench work nnd outside.
Planer man ,
Dand sawyer ' .
Hush and door men' ,
L-aUcsldo T,mJio(' Co,.
Kl.ininlli At,nuo"nlltl3Cclltel SI,
Phono 128 i
FOR 'SALE Dandy, little 5 room
btippalow, on-.cornor lot, ahado
trees; fawn, chicken house and yard,
basement, hot and cold water, bath,
tolet, lavatory glassed-in-porch, only
2,250. Terms. - "
' , ' Also
,Tlio best Main St. corner In Klam
ath IFalls, atHOOper.fr0"1 foot,
les than- present market vnlue.
J. 1VWAUI & CO,
li!5 Nv 7tli St.
Opeft" .this 'evening.
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KANSAS CITY, Mo., Fob. 21.
Purchase of approximately 30,000
acres pf fir forest lands In Cowlitz
and Lewis cpuiitlos, Washington, was
announced today by the Long-Doll
Lumber ' company rof Kansas City,
Tho lands are valued at sovoral mil
lions of dollars, It was stated.
This acquisition brings tho com
pany's tlmbor holdings on the Pacific
coast to about 234,000 ficrcfu,.
Houston Amusements Today
"Wagon Tracks",' WVi? S
Tuesday, "Out ' Ydiufor"
SUNDAY-MONDAY, 'fTho Hornet's
Nqst", Tarlo .WHJIms'.' Tuesday,
"Lovo Insurance," Di"JMf" Wash
"THE PICK OF THE PICTURES"
H .W. POOLE, Owner.
HARRY IJORKL, Musical Director
The Liberty Theatre opens Sunday afternoon "with
' "The crowned king of the drama"
kl . "HEART STRINGS"
SPECIAL NOTICE In order to avoid heavy crowding, Tho Liberty
will run continuously on Sunday
Tho shows will stall as follews: 1 p.m., 3 p.m., C p.m 7 p.m, 0 p.m.
Absolutply no crowding will bo pormlttod nt any porformnnco,
If tho patrons will co-oporato with tho management, thoro will ho
no need of again closing tho thentros In Klamath Falls. If you aro
111, go homo, go to bod, and otny thoro until you aro woll. It 'will
ba hotter for you nnd for the public.
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