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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 16, 1920)
THE EVENING, HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
TUKHDAY, MARCH JO, 1020.
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A Ni:V ONIJ EVNUV IIAV
II. W. POOI.K, Owner
IIAKUV IIOUEL, Mimical lllmtor
Popular William Fnrnuir. in
"THE HEART OF A LION" -
'SHERIFF NELL'S COMEBACK"
William Dcsmod in "DANGEROUS WATERS"
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HALF U, S. IS
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HERALD'S CLASSIFIED COLUMNS
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FOR..SALE Real Estate
Thri'o Miov iliill), ill '2 p. in., 7 p. in., mill II p m., unit a new one
"23 y2 HOURS LEAVE"
The Best Comedy of the Year,. featuring
DOUGLAS MAC LEAN and DORIS MAY
"TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE"
Six Acts of Vodavil Movies
NOTE. This is a show of quality and will be shown
for two days
P iONDALE-THEilM l
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WML' &' HART
"The Lone Avenger'V '
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In Fire Parts
, Showing a man's single-handed struggle against great odds
f ' -, . Excerpts of Hart's greatest snocfcss"" ' ' '
ONK RKKL COMKDY
Coming Wednesday 'The Power of Evil"
1M)Y WINS DOO
GREENCASTLR, Ind., Mnr. 15.
A boy's faith In his dog, the owner
ship of which was disputed, losultod
In tho lad winning a Jury to report
In his favor hero recontly.
"Shop," as exhibit A In the suit
for possession, was called upon by
tho boy, to Btnnd on his hind feet,
walk up and down In front of the
jury, to bark and do other feats that
an animal seldom will do for other
than Its master.
VERY IMPORTANT BUSINESS
MATTER FRIDAY, MARCH 19T$,
AT 7:30 P. M. ALL ODD FELLOWS
ARE URGED TO ATTEND.
1 KAN LITIS-OIIISI'O, Cal , Mnr 10
Mix. Myrtlti Dean, charged with
'tlio murder of her husband, Fred A
iDihii, In l'ii"o Robles, November 17,
I 191 'I, faced trial In tho superior
uiiirt hero (oilay.
Tlie ran) against Mrs. Dcun Is bo-
i lloved to bo largely b.ised upon clr-
riiiiiHtnntlnl uvldi'nre. Before the
i court cession opened toda It was
understood the dofenxo would at
tnnpt to set up a claim of temporary
The slaying of Dean, who wan a
deputy oAHOhAor and prominent In
county politics for cnrs, constituted
m of tlie strangest crlmt'rf that over
confronted tlm authorities In this
Purl of the t-tato. Dean wis popular
i.ml had no known enemies Ho was
lii comfortable circumstances Tlio
oiilv trouble roportcd between hur
band and wlfo dovelopbj over Mrs.
Dmm'n objection to living on a ranch,
and to please hor Dean had leased
tho farm and rented a homo In 1'aso
Dean was found lit a bed on the
Mcond floor of his Paui Robles homo
with his throat cut, his nosu broken
and his skull fractured In two places.
Despite the efforts of local auth
orities and n San Francisco detective,
who was employed on tho case sev
eral weeks by tho district attorney's
office, It Is said that no ono has been
brought into the case other than
Sho and her daughter, 14 years
old, were tho only occupants of the
house, other than Dean, tho night of
the murder. The daughter Bald she
slept in a down stairs room that
night and heard no disturbance. Mrs.
Dean, when first questioned, said'
she was not awakened by any noise
on the uper floor about 4 o'clock in
the morning. Shu told the authori
ties she found Dean's body When she
wont to call him about GVclock the
morning of November 17. Sb then
notified the neighbors. Dean's razor
wan found several day later among
some ashes In the kitchen stove,
Dean is supposed to have had
about $100 In cash In his possession
the night of the murder, tho pro-"
cecds of the sale of some produce
from his ranch. This m'otrey bos nev
er been accounted for. "v"
During her three Tihdfa- halt
months Incarceration, MjnDe&n has
Insisted upon her innocence..
" Previous to her imt Itfrs. Deao'
-wail detained some tine at thtr Coun
ty Hospital for observation as to her
anity following an alleged attempt
three days after the moftta- to end
her" flfo by slashing 'her jifcjfajt -with
a butcher" knife wbt)e4( the' hb'm
of to friend' pit Baa- Miguel: !&J a nSt'
found at that time sTve' is' alleged to
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'' am goingr'I can stand tbe'strabaMar.
lon.er.V-f 'V S liLr.
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The BelMnfUcted wound was sup-1 Mar.,
erflclal and she soon recovered.
- DJstrlct Attorney ijfwlll
be assisted In the prosecution "bribe
case by Deputy Dlsloct Uoreyi
Nelson, while Tormer' State Senator
A. E. Campbell and .assemblyman
Carlton Greene of Paso Roblcs will
defend Mrs. Dean.
NIIW YORK, Mar. I C Sixty mil
lion persons In tlio United Stales to-
FOIl HALU Now C-room plastered
bungalow, completely furnished,
two porches, largo lot, on paved
e front vrt fn'ionnnliln foil ntti
day, more than half the population, jNU)tn gtmjt u a ,n 'lo 2 p ,n
are ptadlcally or wholly without lib- D p. in. to 7 p. m. 1C-17
raiy service ror a large proportion
KARM VOn HUNT OR SAL1Ncar
i Klhmath Falls under dltcl. Ad
dress It Herald dtlUo, 12-tt
of tho other 40 per cent, libraries K0,t. S.A,VrT?nM ?"'" ; f51-. A vury
-,.. , r m .!....i,., n.. J . "Ubstantlal building '.' 110 foot.
aiu iwb ii;uiiiy u.unii wtiJt wiiui inn-
Hies for self-education thru tho best
books are therefore' limited to a rel
atively small number.
In order to overcome this situa
tion, the American Library Assocla
tlon hari launched a ''Hooks For
Kvorybody!" movement with tho ult
imate nlm of bringing to every man,
woman anil child In tho country free
and easy access to tho best reading
and opportunity for self-Instruction.
Recent Investigations by tho U. S
1C Inch walls heavy enough to carry
four stories. Uldg no.v divided Into
threo stores, and rented For further
particulars Inquire of U. .. Ander
son, Hotel Hall. 3 E-1G
FOR SAM; The best proposition
for working man with family. In
limits of Klamath Falls situated on
paved road, two largo mills and good
school close consists of one wholo
block of land, house, large barn,
chicken house, sheds of all dlscrin-
tion, well, engine pump, tanks, feed
cooker, incubator, horse, harness,
saddle truck, garden imnlementn te..
Education fhow that a'EOod pasture right at tho door for
very small percentage of the coun-' two cows, ideal for chickens and rab
tles In the nation have any one ll-.l,lls Bood soil for garden, Irrigate
brary with 5,000 volumes or more;
that thirty states serve less than CO
per cent of their population and one
serves less than 2 per cent. Dy pro
moting library service wherever
from well. Price J2C00. Small pay
ment, balanco llko rent. Apply 705
Main St. Klamath Falls, Ore. 13-1C
Furnished roomj. 705
FOR HIRE 100 head work horses.
Inrjulro Klamath 'Record office.
We have a new supply of Incomo
blanks and anyone wishing same
may call and receive same. The
First National Bank.
Seo Harry 'Telford for tractor
plowing or discing .Phono 18F12.
Serves you right Club Cafe C-tt
CITY GARBAGE: When you want
garbage removed call b2J.
PHONE PEYTON for wood. 187
NEW HOUSE: Price: cash, $3COG,00.
Terms, $3890.00., half down bal-
nncn mnnthlv nfivmpntq. R nor cpnt.
r.eeded, and in co-operation with ex-(call at place, 1923 Main St. 15-20
lstlng library agencies the Associa
tion plans to set aside this condition
and open up every avenue of self
education for those now deprived of
In the knowledge that better books
mako for better citizenship, tho As
sociation will encourage the trans
lation of tho best reading into the
FOR SALE 160 acres goqd alfalfa
land Irrigated no alkali call
room 112, Wllllts Rldg. 5-tf
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
Storage Batteries Charged..!!. Shidler
"Printing, Stationery and offlco
supplies. Pioneer; Printing and Sta
tionery company. 12C Main St. 9-tf.
FOR SALE Best offer takes first-
WANTED Position1 by, experienced
mill man, thirteen years' sawing
and fereman: any kind of machfn-
lery, large or small mill. Address
J C. JL. E., Herald. 15-17
class Holstein dairy cow, fresh In Steam and Etectriea! m.in. also
three menths: also two-year-old andlmmm- wi inh fr nr.im.r ri.iv-
vnrlous foreign tongues for the benQ-j yearling heifers from same cow. j . Herald. 15-17
fit of the 15,000,000 new Americans, Address E. L., Herald. 15-17 -.
and for those millions of others wboL .T .. -WjiNTED Feathers for niai'Ing
tv,i. j.vuu uciiuo juuuk sauuiui niiiows. Leave at mo "iim More.
have been without benefits of a li
brary service. It will also work for
tho extension of the county library
system, which will take the best
books into the distant hamlet, vil
lage and town. To carry on this broad
program a fund of $2,000,000 wiU
he obtained not through an Inteo
8lve drive, but by Individual efforts
of librarians. library trustees and
friends of libraries.
A quart pt good milk equals In
Jood value ten eggsalmoet ajiound
.of lean beef, two. pounds of phlckJn,
or nearly half a pound of cboete.
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j W&AltlLK KClVJIU
'Heresfter the Herald 'wfll -frnkUril
the mean and maximum tempera
tnresad precipitation record as Uk
ea.bydhe U. S. .Reclamation service
station. Publication will cover the
day previous to the paper's Issue, up
ti.' k 'Jn' , & ,3 u? v4 ".
horse and nearly now saddle In
quire G. Fouch, West side, near res
WANTED Pcsltion to care for in
valid or elderlv nerson. Mrs. I. A.
FOR SALE: or will trade for cattle, ! Thresher. Phone 12F14. 15-16
.iuu cwvh ij. w. Jiuueris, roe
Valley or Box 76, Bonanza, Ore.
FOR SALE Rhode Lsland Red eggs
to set. W. J. Nicholson, 1654 Men
low Way. 12-14
FOR SALE One Shire stallion, six
years old. Several head of young
work horses. Inquire of Enterprise
Ranch, or phone 253J. 12-tf
FOR SALE 10-20 tractor, "first
.class; running order; 1 3-bottpm 14
inch' tractor plow; 1 tractor double
disc;' 'Term's if desired. P. O, box 54;
Merrill, 'Ore. 11-17 '
FOR, SALE Setting ,eggs. Barred
' Sbck e: A. C. Stock. J1.00 per
iettlac of .. .thirteen-, JThe ..Merrill
greamerytMetrilL ; qr. ., -I l;6-
FOR SALE Household
WANTED Men for
WANTED To buy five or six room
, modern house. Must be In good
condition. Phone 365; 13-19
WANTED Alfalfa dairy farm, 80 A,
with or without stock, under ditch,
no alkali. Address 210 Sontb 3rd St.
Klamath Falls. - 13-6t
POSITION WANTED As chauffeur
'or, auto mechanic, years experi
ence) Room,17, Washington Honse.
13-19. - " - t .
WANTED A first-class. A-l grocery
larV jinn who fa. f nil nt non nnA
on bis toes every minute. Good sal-
ary-nd, advancement 'when ability Is
show -Experieooe k preferred Art-drssFoxM-i-ferald
16 .J-t) Serves you right Club Cafe 6-tf
S 4 &
JOIf SALEi-aq Dnroc -Jersey and
xHsranuire uukb. x uumn carrcu
rock Joying hens and 1 rooster. -Ad-j
dress jrpm Juyncn Merrill ore. ' .
5B'i K 125
The Liberty Bhows you a new one .vjnr ,t
every dhy. 2tJ' ' -
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32" ,t- 3
33.4 S.2& u
r WOR: SALE 1 Globe-Wernecke oak
file case letter size 3 drawer;
vertfcle 4 compartments Price
$50,00 just like new. J. H. Carnahan,
Loomis Building, Room 4. 3-tf
FOR SALE Used cars, 1917 Elgin, i
Imperial Garage. 2 5-tf
The Newcomer's First Stopping Place
WHEN a prospective Investor comes to Klamath mora
than likely his first call is hore at the First National
Bank for ho knows that we keep in closo touch with
tho facts and figures regarding the possibilities of farm
ing and industries.
If ho decides to locate here, his next step is to open an
account with us.
Now why not keep in touch with things yourself
through this bunk?
J2. It. Rcniilcs, President
John XI. Moore, Vice-Prcsldcni
A. M. Collier, VUe-Prcsldent
Leslie Rogers, Cashier
IC. S, Vcntch, Asst. Cashier
Lloyd L. Porter, Ap&t. Cashier
the First National Bank
FOR SALE I have two four-borae
logging trucks in first class-shape,
ahxU-slx ,KOodUlogglhg I horses', and
harness for hire.', Can, Weefin, At
Livery- Stable,. 'Porris,-.- Calif. J5d
FOR SALE A double drawer Na
tional Cash register. Just like new.
Rex Cafe. 12-tf
FOR SALE Leading maxej, Phouo-
graphs. Pianos, Records. Earl
Shepherd, 507 Main St.
Serves you right Club 'Cafe -6-tf
WANTED A stock saddle; must b
. WKoecm4itfeVtfctt!e 233J. 9-tf
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W ANTS DA.BiesBagti -'from you to
-MV jUHW'a.vi iV '.viuiu, t UK
bavQ aivthlg fpr sale, torrent, lost
j- tlji r'"
Serves yw .rlgkt' ciub Cafe 6-tf
When you wantTUnything:
ig if hurry aavertlflplf'or'Jt here.
LOBT A golden Opportunity to sell
, your borne, ypur fann'.or anything
yo'.wishto dispose of. If you do not
use the classified columns of The
HefaTd.' " .
FOUND A chonqejto dispose of any
of the Innumerable articles that
yoti have stored away ln"ypur cellar,
attic or barn. Turn your, waste Into
cash, There is always Boineone 'who
wants 'just what you have for sale.
Findhim through (he' classified
columns of this paper.
FOR RENT OR LEASE
FOR RENT Space in theso columns
at five cents a line a day. A line
hei Is read by thousands every
LOST Loose. Leaf Memorandum
book. Reward. Frank M. Upp.
13-16 ) j
LOST Small brown leather purso
, containing $2.50 . my, .collection
money. Please return to carrier No. 3
Herald office." ' ,'f 13-tf
LOST A boy's macklnaw, red ana
'gray plaldfTteward Herald of
TO STOP WEDDING
VINCINNES, Ind., Mar. 16-Tho
fact that he was confined to his bed
with Influenza -and the minister
Would not enter the room did not
keep William K. Isaac from marrying
Mrs.4 Nolllo Farrarr here recently.
Tho minister stood on tho iporch
while, the bed-ridden groom' and hla
brldo wore In tho second room be
yond. The family witnessing the
ceremony sat in the living room be
tween tlio minister and the couple.
Tho brido, following the cere
mony, established horsolf as nurse.
and Immediately took charge of Mr,
Want Ads bring results.
School Clork of DIst. No. 1. will
receive bids for 260 cords of body
wood, all to bo cut from Jive trees, t
bo tiered and measured on the school
grounds, 100 cords to be delivered to
Riverside School, 100 cords to Cen
tral School, 60 cords to Mills school.
Bids to bo sealed and accompanied
by certified check for 5 per cent of
amount bid. Bids to bo addressed to
Ida H. Momyer, Clork. All wood to
be cut In, 4 ft. lengths. Bids to bo in
by Monday, March 15th. 9-15
Storage Batterlos X.
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Special convocation of Klamath
Chapter No. 35 It, A. M. Tuesday,
March 16th, 1920. Work in mark
master .degree. ' Vtaltlng members
welcome. By order E. H. P.
16-16 J, E. Bratton, Socretary
Murphey's Feed & Seed Store
26 Soutk, Smk St, , Phone 87