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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 23, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
The Evening Herald
K. J. MURRAY
F R R 1) SOULK
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Have made arrangements to Supply
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To their Customers in this Vicinity.
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Klamath Palls, at 115 Fourth Strcot.
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TL'KSWAY, MARCH 23, 1020
AT THE THEATERS
Out on the borders of clvtllxatlon
where the green of tho Westaru
plains, fades Into tho sand of the
deserts Is that great strip of. land
called tbe cattlo country. Hero the
primeval instincts of man art not
suppressed as in tho effete east and
the women grow up more masculine
Blossom Kuj:r.les Is a typlcil Wes
tern girl, always cool and collected
and quite capable of taking .are ot
hcrve.f undei the most tr)'.ng clr
rm."tances. he rides bet to; than
most men and has a deadly gun
arm, Near tho ranch where Blossom a
home is lives' Amelia Bingham, a
half-witted g.rl who has a hallucin
ation that "her man" la coning for
her. Every n.nn she meets she greets
Anti-Uric is guaranteed to give satisfactory results
in all cases of rheumatism, gout or lumbago, or the
money spent for it will be returned. Get an outfit
today and give it a trial. It never disappoints.
feature at tho Liberty ttioatro Wednesday.
There will bo n
Aloha Chapter Ni
Masonic Hull. Tue
sard. 1920. ut ":r
22-23 KFFIK S. ( UASTAIN. V. M
i-:. H. at
. . g. Mar
i l:i Initiation.
The Swift Dollar
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l& recall lSWIFTrl.COMPANY
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OStamtusiSW t0 V 1 - ' WITH ' M
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m uur iuuii. vii nuunr in niv
community, the rough cowmen truat
her with a kindness and courtesy
that might be unexpected by ono
who was not familiar with real hu
manity burled deep In tholr charac
ters. Amelia meets Stlmpson, a min
ing engineer, who takes advantage of
her and then deserts her.
Amelia conndes in Hloom who
organizes a posse and go:t nftcr
Stlmpsen: Then follows an cscttlng
chase ending with Stlmpson driving
Info a"rmarsh from which ho Is res
cued by1 the"eowboys Toping him nail
dragging him to snfety. Then at tho
point ot her gun Blossom forces
Stlmpson to marry Amelia.
tms 'exciting picture will bo tho cited nnd ronulmd to mi near In tho
above entitled Court on Mnrch C,
1920, at tho hour of 2 30 o'clock,
p. m., nnd then nnd thuro to show
cause. It any you have, why an order
should not bo mndo authorizing Wal
ter H. I'orklns, administrator ot said
estate, to sell at prlvato ealo, to the
highest bidder for cash In hand, tho
following real property belonging to
said estate, to-wlt: Lot Flvo (S) of
mock seventeen (17) of North
Klamath Falls Addition to tho City ot
Klamath Falls, Oregon.
Witness tho llonorablo It. It. Bun
nell, Judgo of tho nbovo entitled
Court, with tho seal thereof affixed
this January 31st, 1920.
C. II. DR LAP, Clerk.
(Scnl.) By (larrctt K. Van Itlpor,
In tho County Court of tho State of
Oregon for Klamath County.
In tho matter of tho rotate of Andy
To tho Unknown I loirs of Andy
ou nnd each of you ore horoby
The Swift Dollar shows
you what becomes of the
money we get for meat
and all by-products.
It is interesting to study
and to show to others, and
helps you to understand
the outstanding and fun
damental fact of the pack
ing business a small unit
profit on a large volume
It is light, the size of a
dollar, and makes a satis
factory pocket piece.
One was made for you.
Send for it
Swift & Company
Union Stock Yards
Make the Maxwell Thr
NOTirr: to stockmi:x.
Tho Long-Iloll Lumber company
has purchased tho timber lands In1
Klamath aild Jackson counties for-
inorly owned by tho Western 1'nclflc
Land & Timber company. Tho graz-'
Ing privileges on these lands ore now '
offered for lease for tho season of
1920 or for a five year period. Writ
ten bids stating tho amount of an
nual grazing fees you will pay will
bo received by Jackson F. Kimball
and submitted to thu Long-Bull Lum
ber company for decision. 22-5
OEVERAL million dollars have hern expended to provide
O guntc, more refinement, inure tomfnrt to the v.trrent Maxwells,
It is in ever eo mauy ways a Miperiur appearing err: Mi;:cnor, ux,
But not a single pound of weight has been added to hurdnt the
work of its great engine 1
Therefore,, despite the many proccises of improvement, it doesn't
cost a penny 'inure to run a Maxwell than it 'lid a year ago.
The umlerlying principle of ever)' Mr.uol i t.. give tiu;.tnnie
This means ligltt weight.
But it mcatB 6trong steels, as well.
It is no cu-syr trick to provide lxth lightness ami strength it
Such a rare comi)i nation mains high cm .steels.
And you would find, if yon compared a Maxwell with
tint it cqualabthat cur pound for pound in fine metnl.s.
How such strcls affect your poekctbonk i;i obviitun.
1. They are light in weight and hence give more mileage on a
gallon of gasoline.
2. Am they arc finetstecls they give hti and uttiuWtv;U'tl wear.
Which are but two. of many rcaMiiih for th.u dciu.it . tcuilcncx i .'
world-wide fricndshipitowards Maxwell.
! mm. peKs nearly 400,000 have fotintl their answer to the if., t r
arqctionifi a rVfarwcll.
TWmjcsu-, 10P,OPO Maxwells arc leing produced.
60 of the dciiund.
cuv i ar.
FAHOO, N. I)., Mar. 22. Tho first
, liirmr tt' '"
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led to .import. Hhelter ..nil mliirn-! ''" "f "r"ot ,""" "1,",Um""
tlon e(imlly with other rhlldrrtt liorm
In lernl inarrlnci- nnd Is entitled to
caso under North Dakota's law J "hare In any estate Jointly with all
enacted to establish tho lecltlmacy of
children born out of wedlock htm
Arferdllli: l fi-ur.- P"M "
the t'l.lled si. i P"H"1
AKrlciillur... tliin.iin in Wp(J'
1o iQkitt'itittt A
GIvo Ua a Trial
Klamatli Falls, Oregon
Ilr. Main! Inersoll Ifnuley
rirst National IJank Ilulldlng
Kutrauce, Itoora C
Hull to cMiilillnh the niiliirnl nar- ..',... i.u.u i..nr.- I..-f ral B,,
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been completed In Cass county ' iilnK of thn child, the law provides. 1 u,n iimti tin. mini n "! rounur.""
courts nnd a child so born has re-'mut Instituted within a year iir-jut mim In the r.miitry ' ",0'
half morn poulW
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tu birth, the facts In the oisn to w tblrdii more prk limn tho ni n
declared his legitimate heir. Tho law J Proved as In any oilier Imtal anion. ; the city and
was passed by thu lojslslaturn In
Undor provisions of this act, which
Is said to bo the first of Its kind In
the country, a child born out of wed
lock Is declared to bo tho child of
J. H. Garrett & Son I
KX-HICItVICi: MUX, ATTENTION!
Tho regular meetings
ot Klamath Post No. 8,
Amorlcan Legion, will be
hold at 8 o'clock p, m., a)
tho City Hall In Klamath Falls, on
tho second und fourth Tuesdays of
each month. All Comrades aro in
vited. TJioso desiring to Join tho Ppst
may occuro application blanks from
a. K, Van Itlpor, Fred Nicholson, or
T. II. Carnuhan, all of Klamath Falls.
FItI3D NICHOLSON, Secretary,
522-538 S. Sixth St
When at last Spring
arrives, you will wish
that you had fixed your
car sooner; so we are
suggesting that you
bring it in to us to-day
and let our expert me
chanics start to work on
it. We have a modern
and complete repair
shop and can assure you
of service and depend
THE NEW REX
Ice Cream, Sodas, Sundaes, and all popular
drinks served at our tables.
Thfi T)lnrn wlmivt Mm umrh-inrr mnn IS US WClCOBie
V "as the connoisseur.
. Tho home of High-Class French Pastry.
THE REX CAFE
CORNER SEVENTH AND MAIN
PISH 'i MFi OYSTERS