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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 10, 1920)
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WEDNESDAY, MAltCIl 10, 11)20.
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
W MARY SHIPLEY 1
fvxSfti One of. the Famous Carnation Girls MVN
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
TIMlttiK SUPKlUNTBNnENT open
tor position. Can handle nil! (ir
part of any slo plant yvnra of ox
Iporlonio. Address Hox r, Herald
iKIKST-CIiASS band sawyer wants
position, any kind of Iok tumer:
I fast man. Address llox 1', Hurnld
FOR SAliB Household
FOlt SAt.K 1 hnvo two four-liorau
I logging trucks In first class shnpu.
also six Reed logging horses and
harness for hire. Can bo soon at
'Livery Stable. Dorrls, Calif. Kd
STOCKS AND BONDS
THE CARNATION GIRLS
Are demonstrating Albers and Carnation Cereals
This Week in the Leading Grocery Stores
1st 3 s $9G.0G
1st 4s 90.60
1st 4 Us 1 91.30
2nd 4s S9.90
I 2nd 4 Ms 89.94
Japan's postal servlco Is tliu
cheapest In tho world.
Mary Shipley and Famous Demonstrators
" " Now in Klamath Falls.
3fary Shipley. Ltta Zollet, Majoi Penney, Florence Ross, Dorothy
llozelle and "Both Melton, tho famous Carnation Sextette, have arrived In
Klamath Falls and will take up the demonstration of Carnation and Albers
Cereals in tho leading stores in this city.
These giris have had reniarkablo success during thu past year in tho
states of California. Arizona, Oregon. Ctah and Washington and Mexico,
doing much to eduratc the public as to tho relative value of Cereal Foods.
They come with many trophies for high sales records. During their
stay in Klamath Kails they will serve dainty samples of tho famous Pearls
of Wheat Pudding, originated by Miss Shipley. Special premiums will bo
glvcn'with the sales of the various, brands. Kvery consumer is invited to
Visit tliese attractive displays and meet tho girls personally.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday Schedules
Klamath Cash Grocery
" ' Garich's Grocery
Ashland Fruit Store
,, .., Majol Ilunijcy
I Huston 5rPhelps
i -;J)orothj Mow-lie
B. P. Levis
BUSINESS MK.V8 MKKTINC
Tho Klamnth Falls Business Men's
association will hold a meeting nnd
dinner at tho Whlto Pelican hotel,
Friday ovonlng, March 12, at 6:30
o'clock. A full attondnnco Is urged
as thoro aro several Important mat
ters for consideration.
Uy order of LeBlIo Rogers. Pros.
MEIGS At Chelsea, March 8,
1920, to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Meigs, u
One slim bay mare, weight lp75,
branded stirrup on loft stlflle, 9 years
Ono black horse, heavily built, one
white hfnd foot, other hind grey
hnlrs amongst tho black, unknown
Iron on left shoulder, 12 years old.
Iluckskln, horse, 7 years old, brand
X on left shoulder, black lcgs.J(
Iluckskln mare, no brand, C. years
Ono sorrel colt filly, 2 years .old,
solid color, no brand.
Ono black stud colt, 2 years old,
white spot In his. face, no brand..,
Notify J. P. McAulllffo, Fort
Klamath. Suitablo reward. 10-19
Hereafter thu Herald will publish
tho moan nud mnxtmum tempera
lures and precipitation record as tak
en by tho I), H. Reclamation Horvlcn
station. Publication will cover tho
day previous to tho paper's Issue, up
to C o'clock of that day.
Max. Mlu. clpltatlon
Thoro will bo u meriting of the
Altar society of Sacred Heart church
tomorrow (Thursday) afternoon, nl
2:31) o'clock. A largo atteudauro Is
desired at this mooting, as there aro
mutters of Importance to ho dis
NOTICK OF ANXUAIi MKKTI.NH
Notice Is hereby given that the
annual meeting of thu Klamath
Druluagu District will bo hold at thu
Court House In Klamath Falls,
Oregon, on March 30, l'J20, at thu
hour of 2 o'clock p. in.
Dated this 29th day of January,
C. R. DICI-AP. Secretary.
NOTICK OF I'INAIi ACCOUNT
In the County Court of tho Stnto of
Oregon for tho County of
In tho matter of tho Estato of
Kdmund II. Gowon, deceased.
Notlcu is horoby givon that tho
undersigned has filed hor dual ac
count, nnd that Saturday, tho 10th
day of April, 1920, at 3 o'clock p. m
has been fixed by tho Court has tho
tlmo and plnco at which said account
will bo considered and sottlod by tho
court. All persons hnvlng objections
thereto wilt (Ho tholr objections or
nppear on or boforo thu dato aforuJ
said, and show cnuso why said ac
count should not bo sottlod and con
firmed. Dated ai Klamath Falls, Oregon,
thls.lOth day of March, 1920.
SARAH H. OOWKN.
Administratrix of tho Estate of
Kdmuiid II. Gowon, Deceased.
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In our glass department we
Have a complete line of
Wind Shield Glass
and our Glazier will put them in for
you while you wait. Headlight glass
and other circle cut work a specialty.
No delays or waiting, if you bring
your glass work to us.
NELSON ROUNSEVELL, Mgr.
Mill and Yards: Klamath Avenue and Center Street
Tho City Knglneur, pursuant to
the resolution of tho Common Coun
cil heretofore adopted, having under
date of tho Sth day of August, 1919.
filed plans, specifications and, estim
ates of tho cost of 'Improving Wash
ington Street from First Street,
easterly, to Third Street, including
Intersections; nud tho Common
Council having taken thu same under
ndvisemont nnd finding said plans.
specifications and estimates satisfac
It Is hereby resolved, that said
plans, specifications, nnd estimates
for tho Improvement of Washington
Street from First Street, easterly, to
Third Stri-ot, Including Intersections,'
bo and tho sumo aro hereby up-,
And bo It f urthor resolved, that '
tho Common Council horoby declares
its Intention to tmprovo said portloux
of Washington Street, In accordance
with said plans, specifications and,
estimates; said Improvement to con-i
slst of paving snid portions of Wash-!
ington Street with cindors, oil
macadam, bltullthlc or other hard
surfaced pavement. Tho estimated
cost of tho Improvement of said por-j
tlons of said streota by placing thoro-1
on cinder pavement to bo $7, COO. 00;
and tho estlmntcd cost of paving said'
strectn with oil macadam, lncludinirl
X 'cement sidewalks, curbing and grnd-l
ing, to bo 8,73C00; tho cstlmntod
cost of Improving said portions of
Washington Strcot with bltullthlc
pavement. Including grading, rolling,
curbing and cement sidewalks to bo
111. ICC. 00.
And bo It further resolved by tho
Common Council, that tho following
described property bo and Is horoby
declared benefited by said Improve
Lota 1-2 of Dlock 11,
Lots C-G of Dlock 4,
Lots 1-2-3-4-C of Dlock 10,
Lots 6-7-8-9-10 of Dlock G;
Lots 1-2-3-4-C of Dlock 9,
Lots 6-7-8-9-10 of Dlock 6,
All of said Lots and Dlocks abovo
doscribed being in Ewnuna Holghts
Addition to tho City of Klamath
Falls, Oregon, and that said proporty
abovo listed and described bo and
hereby is declared to bo tho proporty
to bo assessed for tho expense of said
And bo it furthor resolved, that
Monday, tho 12th day of April, 1920.
at tho hour of 8 o'clock p. m at tho
Council Chambora In tho City Hall,
be fixed as tho tlmo and place for
tno Hearing of objections and re
monstrances against the said pro
posed improvement, and tho Pollco
Judge is horoby directed to cause
notlco of said hearing to bo publish
ed as by chartor provided.
Stato of Oregon, County of Klamath,
City of Klamath Falls, ss:
I, A. L. Leavltt. Pollco Judeo of
the City of Klamath Falls, Oregon,
do hereby certify that tho foregoing
Is a duly enrolled cony of .a resolu
tion adopted by tho Common. Council
on the 8th day of March. 1920. de
claring its intention to improvo
4gt wasnington atrcet from First Stroot.
X easterly, to Third Streets Including
intersections, ana approving tho
To plans, specifications and estimates of
T cost submitted by tho City Engineer.
TELEGRAPHIC REPORT OF NEW
YORK MARKET AT 12:30 P. M.,
MARCH 10. MARCH G PRICES
GIVEN ALSO FOR COMPARISON.
One English pound $11.80
Uno iu'cneh Iranc
Ono Italian lire
One Gorman mark
Ono Greek drachma ..
One Swedish kroner
One Fmland Hnmark
First State & Savings Bank
Foreign Exchange a Specially
reh 10 March 6
Mrs. .Mlunlo (Irlnslead, tho only Tho PnUnl Stnt "n owut fully ouo
womaii niumbor of tho Kansas legla-1 half of the world's stunk of dla
latum, Is a llaptist minister. Jmoiids.
Big Triple Bill
"The Lottery Man"
A Very Pleasing Comedy Foutiiro
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In a Comody-nramn
"The Country Cousin"
From tho Crual Stagti Success
"Uncle Tom Without tle Cabin"
A Paramount .Mail; Seuuett Comody ijiinlily (luarantued
Today and Thursday
THE ESCAPE "
In 7 Reels
Shows how a woman fights her way through sin,
suffering and sorrow to a better life
Olio Itt-t'l Comedy
"WATCH VOt'H WATCH"
THAIL OF THH OITOI'I'H," Tlmr.sduy
It In full of Ihillls anil action.
"THE PICK OF THIS P1CTUHK8"
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TOM MIX -i J ,
- "The man who never fakes'? . . '" ' '
in ' "
A tale of the Canadian Northwest Mounted Police,
in which the daredevil of the screen is
better than ever before.
A Capitol Comedy, "TWO DOLLARS, PLEASE,"
and our usual Wednesday Kinogram.
Coming Monroe Salisbury in "The Sundown Trail"
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