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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 6, 1920)
SATURDAY, MARCH , 1M.
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Clothes Saving Starts
ALL-WOOL fabrics and fine
tailoring in clothes mean longer
wear. Longer wear means fewer
clothes to buy each year. And
fewer clothes to buy each year
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means money savea.. & smi
You'll get all this out of our
clothes; if you feel you don't,
after you've worn them
? "I AIN'T MAD AT NOBODY"
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Louis UnaRltuul lofl Oils morning
for Portland on business,
L. .tncobs 1ms returned from tho
south nflor n tow days visit with his
Tlio school board has appointed J.
Seeds ns Jnnltor tor tho Rlvorsldp
0. K. Leonard at San Francisco Is
In town on business.
1, L. I.nrkoy, In lumhermnn ot
Chllnquln Is transacting business In
Klnmath Falls today,
i K. 8. TorwIlllRor of Rod Bluff
enmo In last night for n short vslt.
Ho reports n flno rain for that part
of tho country that caused the ranch
ors to rojolco.
. Oliver Martin was In town yestor.
Mooro Brothers o Poo Valley are
In town today.
Clarenco Harris of Pine Orpvo,
who has been seriously 111 with pneu
monia has been moved to town sn'd
Directors ot the Klamath f)ls
Farm Loan ass'n will have a regular
monthly meeting this afternoon.
'Wilson S. Wiley, district ??
grand exalted ruler of the B. P. 6. E.,
returned last night from an ofQilal
Visit, to lodges In bis Jurisdiction, In
eluding Ashlandi Medford.-RoBcburg
Mr. ,nnd Mrs, Ilarvoy Dopuy
visited 'with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Schrolner Monday ovonlng,
Miss lllldn Chase, who has boon
teachliut school In this district, Istt
STOCKS. AND BONDS
The Women's Missionary society
.'ot the Christian church hold a very
finterestlng meeting Thursday nftor
jnoon, at the homo of Mrs. E. J,
About 25 ladies we're. pre3-
ent. After The program and business
meeting refreshments were served
and a social hour enjoyed.
THE MODERN WAY to got re
sults nowadays is to go after them.
Serves .you right CJun. .CatexS-tf
Billiards .has taken n strong hold
on the society women In England:
Many -of tho big London fashion
houses now make a specialty ot do
signing costnmes for women who
have become devotees ot '-'the
gentlemen's game." '.
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AUSTRIANS ARE ON
VIENNA. Feb. 10. (By Mal)
Tobacco smokers of this city Jpqular-
ly declare that, the great Vienna for
est Is being, gradually smoked up In
cigarettes. This Is Intended as n, sat
ire on -tho quality of material used. In
tho manufacture of Austrian cigar
ettes. Tobacco products are a' govern
ment monopoly and regulatod In
quantity of issuo. Tho allowance to
each Individual Is very small, equal
possibly to six clgarottes a day.'
Smuggling is so much practiced, how
ever, that it Is only necessary to pass
tho. word in tho right quartor to ob
tain cigarettes In quantity. One
thousand recently purchased, by the
Associated Press correspondent were
pfjralr quality as tobacco goes' In Aus
tria and probably cqnslstod of not
more than two-thirds leaves "and
grasses. But the prlco was equal, to
fjrs-class American cigarettes such,
as, usually are served In clubs.
(Tho Klnmnl.li Hlnto Hank today
wns ndyl-od froiii TWolfth Fodornl
Itustirvo district hendqunrtorH that
Mm imnhnnii Inrm lif Iniillilirurv l.lll.
l,oro Saturday to return to her 'hontflorty Un tS
in I'orunnu. huo was accompany. . ftro l)Ut)R UmmX t0 lnUo ,)l0 ,co of
by hor father, Dr. 13. H. Chase, who lnu temporary cortlflcntos of tho
had boon called hero by lior Illness, i second and third- ismius, coupons on
Mr. Chas, Mack and dnughtor,
Miss Donna, woro county soat visitors
SPENDING BIG SUMS
FOR ROADS IN T. H.
HONOLULU, T. II., Fob. . Ex
penditures ot 15,000,000 bjr (ho Un
iiod 8tatei army for military roi
on tho Island ot Oahu has boon roc-,
ommbndcd to the War Department
by Major Qoneral O. O. Morton, com
manding the Hawaiian department,
according to the General's announce
ment at a recent Chamber of Com
merce dinner. In conformation of 4 th
recent reports ,he aaM, It was tho In
tention ot the department to station 3fB
i full division ot soldlera on tho Is- 4s
which lire now nil dotnehod. Thoro
has boon somo dolny but tho Fodor
nl Ilcsor.vo bank Mntoil that tho por
mnnont bond would bo distributed
nt thn onrllost posslblo momont. Bo
yond dolny In gbttlng possession, tho
holders of tho Issues will loso noth
inir. l'rlco nor trading vnluo Is not
jnffoctcd and tho bonds will bo list
en as usuni.
Tho following nro tho opening
prices on bonds In New York' city ;
Liberty BomU B
1st 3H : $0S.64 .
lHt4s ... 90.18
1st 4 us ........: I.0
2nd 4s ...;...: i 89.5 -
2nd 4 Us ...... 80.8S' .
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y "It Is tor your protection, for tho Belgium, francs '"I?!
protection ot the United States." said S?'!n,,'f 'I0""'1 ""
f .Franco, francs
General Morton, "that wo arc doyotrjennnpy, mBrk
)ng so muea taongat ana monoy to Italy, iircs ,....
atrengtkealBf this far outpost ot our Spaing pesetas ...
country'" " I Sweden, kroncrs.
T? " " ' "' PresenU N
"' Friday and Saturday, March 5-6
Jilir, Mack Sennett's
'Yankee Doodle in Berlin"'
Latest and Greatest Feature Comedy In Six Parts, featuring
ROTHWELIi nitOWNE, FORD 8TEIILING, MARIE PltOVOST,
BK.V TURPIX and All-Star Hcanctt Cast
The Blgccat aad FHnalcst LaHfth Film la Yeara. . -. - -
HhowUg Many ot MAt'R KKirn"
Beautiful Bathing Girls
Show Starts at 7:80 P. M.
There still exist in tho French re
public five different ranks or grades
Statistics show that moro than
fortjpper; cent of tho clergy llvo to
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
Bargains in Homes. Phono 4 CI,
Mrs.. Note Otterbein, 527 Klamath
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' - " .":. est av . '-
; -In buying, windows, doors,. mouldingSi'screens,
. . ;. ' V- '?'S '
cabinet work and building sundries younow have an
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opportunity to purchase a -'Made in Klamath Falls"
product at the same price which you have been pay-
ing for a "Made in Portland" or a t'Made in, Sacra
!th i -;v
Your orders will be. promptly-.-filled, , material
and, workmanship guaranteed, and it will b4"Made
in Klamath Falls" if you get your mill work f rbmius.
rf NELSON ROUNSEVELLrMgr.
"Mill and Yards; Klamath Avenue anCnier Sjtrcet-,
WANTED Good chassis at reason
able price. Call 25C, llccord office.
Serves ,you, right Club Cafo 6-tf
YGH iALB: C room1 inodern.pla8tor
cd. bungalow, on payed stroot.
Price S2G00. Somo terms.
rtll t Also
FOltSALE; 7 room, house. C rooms
iudown stairs plastered, 2 rooms u'p-
siuirs ceneu, smaii garage ana on
two CO ft', lot's. Prico only $3,000,
's , nAlsO
FQ1J ;SALE: C, room modqrn plaster.
gafago'otc. Price $3,700. "-
' U-. t. Also
fFOR. SALE: 7 room houso furnish
cd, on paved St. close in, Prico 84,
J. T. VAItn & CO.
G 125 X. 7tli Street -,
WANTEDr. .comfortable room In
r private family by"man and wife".
Boom 22C, Hall Hotel. 0-7'
FOU SALE 20 Duroc Jersey and
Uferkshlro hogs; 1 dozen Barred
rock -laying liens and 1 rooster". Ad
dress. Tom iynch Merrill Ore.
VOtl RENT nanch with Jmproint
onts, stock and seed for salo; Call,
at 1G21 Mnnzaiinta strcot,' extreme
north cast part of town. 0-13
FOB SALE Now modern B roorn
cottago -5 por cent off for cash
,1023 Main. C12
Serves you rJght-r-Club Cnfo C-tf
FOB RENTSniall house at 42
Main. Call. aj, 19 Main, C J
Charles Ray in
"The Egg Crate Wallop".
Charles RaV, Pusilist
Charles Ray's latest Paramount-Artcraf t picture?:
presents the youthful Ince star first in a characteristic f; ; i
roie as assistant to tne village express agent, anav;; .-
f' later asva prize-ring sensation. A olu rluMl ::;
f CENE'IS THEEATURE OF THE PICTURE.
TsVaso rjiye.ctor screen vauaevnie ana usual
cornea les ,
HUXWAY mill MOXIUY w
CONBTANCK TALMADGK ,
In n Matrimonial Nightmare -
"A TESU'EIIAMENTAL WIFKV
"TIIE TICK OF 3HE IIOTimE8"
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U ,W. l'OOLK, Owner. IIAIUtY UOREL, Musical Director
"FAIR 'AND WARMER'
LOST OH STOLEN17 Jowol Wait.
ham jfojd. Watch wjlh picture" in;
H.-VCW, raco oi.cnso uroKonr Xjinernl
ro.ward for return. to 030 N Ninth
St. or Pliono 450J. C
r 'pleased a capacity audience last 'night; r.'ii
.-- .-Tonicht is vour last chance to see it: ,-dr? .Z
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! land nvo. Mills Addition. CO .1
We lmy5 Just roj;o(vod ourpQAv"!
BolftlrJyoiV latlio wi'tli- mnnyi'jttchi3
AiQAtsp'Alaplhn'plojiirlq, vnlyo tottiotix, '
ftlc'ctiic.valVo grlndpr, oloctrlc drills, '
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;'This is one of tho' really .big'isictures. '
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'I--.- Attnd' labor cnYlntr machinery. 'll
Special matinees Sunday- at .1 M and 3 :30 P. M
P.Voniiirrfl 7 Hfl ant 0fin T' M ' -
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