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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 25, 1920)
Thursday, march a,i, 1020
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
MONROE & HILTON
Last chance to see "HOOTS and SADDLES." n now Western
picture dealing with gamblers. roblurs and t-oldtcrs Thrill follow
ing thrill till final clash.
NINTH EPISODE OF "TRAIL OF THE OCTOPUS"
the MYSTERIOUS adventure of the
good ninisTV tn:iv
"THE ARTIST'S MODEL"
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
FEATURING MOLLIE KING
BIG DOUBLE BILL TONIGHT
TOM MOORE in "HEARTSEASE"
ALICE BRADY in "MARIE LTD."
Two-Reel Keystone SENNETT COMEDY
The Great Hondine
"THE GRIM GAME"
U K Van Rlpor. county treasurer, "
returned lust night front Phoenix.'
, , . , 11 . 1 1 . ,i.i
rixiMili wiivir iij w; i.iurii n un
Illness ot 111:) daughter. Miss Lillian,
who Is now Improving. Mrs
Riper, who hns boon lMltng her
daughters In Ph miIx till winter. Ih
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I V(1I!)1UIIIH IUI !Vll'ill W I'l'IVW 111111'!.
M Ii .loiinsou. deput county ns-i
Rcsor, returned lust nlRht fiouf n
business trip to Sim Francisco Only I .
the luttliiteil have located the oases ( J
In (ho nrlil belt, ho report, hut tailed '
to commit himself regarding the ov
tent of his ttophlsticiitiou. From Ueil
lltutf north jpstvnlny. he wild, ti
steady rain, was falling.
' W II Henner returned last night
from Medford where he was attorney
for the defense In the Lark Evans
I Mr, and Mrs. M. Motschenbachor
and son, Arnold, have returned from
j throo months visit In Los Angeles
and other parts ot California,
j Mrs. Clara Cornish, who has boon
slightly ill since- Sunday, is recov
right Club Cafe 6-tt
: ' - Mar. 10
NURSE ADDED TO . - . '. j Everest Is In charge of the laboratory ..
NEW .HOSPITAL STAFF work'. A. j j
I lmnlf tJ Dnlilnpnn An innll nn !. I
to the' """ '" '"""'"" -" " u'irMat,
nursR was adilpit
-t'XiS-'t. -'KBiicifioisi lor tne institution.
I WEATHER RECORD
qJ. . ,
Hereafter the Herald will publUh
the mean and maximum tempera
tures and precipitation record as tak
en by the U. S. Reclamation service
station, publication will cover the
day previous to the paper's Issuo, up
to 5 o'clock of that day.
Max. Mln. clpltatlon
1, 41 2S .15
13, . 58
14 " "40
staff -fof the Warren Hunt hospital
yesteroay, in tue person or Mrs. E. J. norfnrmn.i dnco th hnni-i nnonn.i '
Maglnni who will be on duty at night, and patients are rapidly coming in.
Mrs. V. C. Hackler 13 superintend-1 Mr. Richardson who has been here
ent of nurses in the surgical ward, for several days Installing the new
and assigns to duty the other nurses. Wappler X-ray machine in the War
Miss Louise RIggs is also a member! ren Hunt hospital, left yesterday
ot the staff of jurses, while Miss morning for his home In Portland.
Three.niajor operations have been', jj " ,- " 43
Mar. 18 4S
Mar. 19 53
Mar. 20 52
Mar. 21 46
Mar. 22 49
Mar. 23 48
Mar. 24 50
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Tll v Jfip (M4 jJtr Enster will soon be hero one of the times
I? ' AV W jejr ,n lnc year wnen yu Wl" wnnt to look
)v Ji ? your beat and Kuppcnhcimcr good ?
h " V Js clothe for Easter and Spring have char-
I . NT' jy acter and quality appeal to men of dis-
$ crimination those for whom true value
1 wmtS8 is important See the new Spring Styles
m Jf nl
i A Knox m, i
I Ssi ... --rL ii
l2 Hats 'W r $S I
& Ait au'-.s j . r" & dfcyS
a good stylish Hat you --S AI IJilyw.''
will find here in the Knox WiifW
linfk " tt&f.'Jf-C. KNOX
W'sis Face Powder
'Mavis Face Powder
'DJer Kis3 Podwer-.
Java Rice Powder
LaBlache Powder .
'Kylotis Powder. f..
'Armands Powder .
Nysis Talcum 35
DJer Kiss Talcum 40
Armand Talcum. 50
Gardenglo Talcum 75
Waltz Dream Talcum.. .35
Day Dreant'Talcum .35
For ninny jears the dKcriniinut
lug Momrii of Klamath Falls have
depended upon us to supply them
with toilet ...-tides.
There are several reasons for
this but the two most important
are: First, that we handle only the
high grade preparations. Goods
that have only a pretty package,
or cheapness to recommend them
are not to be found here. Second
only fresh goods are kept. No
stale and rancid creams, or dried
up tooth pastes.
We have the largest and best
stock and all standard goods may
be found in great variety, and
the new ones of MERIT will be
found here first
FOR THESE REASONS THE
WOMEN WHO KNOW
BUY THEIR TOILET
Pepsodent Tooth Paste t?
Pebeco Tooth Paste
Nyai's Tooth Paste
Peroxide, Tooth Paste..
Nydenta, Tooth Paste...
Spearmint Tooth Paste
Kolynos Tooth Pagte...,
Shoe Special this week
50 prs. Army last shoes
values worth up to
$12.50 for $7.85. Fifty
prs. Men's Dress Shoes
all good known makes,
worth regular to $15,
this week $8.85.
Leading Clothiers and Hatters
" itnu.in 1 1 1 1 1 ff nl m tH nun 1 1 miming
TOO 15ATE TO CLASSIFY
jui.n.ni'iiiiinrir."i"i-i-i' ri ------- -- .
If you want your garden plowed
or lot leveled, 315-J. II. U. Mclin.e.
J. I. CASK TltACTOHS
229M. C. C.
15-17 J. I. Case tractor
Complete outfit. Dom
gladly given. Phone
Low and Son. 26-27
WANTED To plow 500 ncrcs or
moro with tructor. (!ood work
guaranteed. Phone 229-M, C. C. Low
und Son. ' 25-:!7
WANTED Room In private family,
by siiiKle young 111111. Address V.
I K , Herald.
Almond Cream .35
Nylotls; Cream 50
Nysis Cold Cream 75
LgggH ;f dgKS
PETITK PRUNES Delivered to you
by parcel post, 16c per pound.
Special rates on 500 pound lots.
John H. Robinson, Rf.. 4, r. rants
Pass, Ofo. 25-27
GAS GOES TO WASTE
IN TEXAS FIELDS
ItKSOMmON OV COLIiECTIO
OF PAVING A8SK8SMKNT8
Whereas, It satisfactorily appear
to the Common Council from the
showing ot the Police Judite. that
AUSTIN. Tex.. Mar. 22. Ono of .there are a largo number of property
the chief causes for the great wasto,?wn"".who.nre delinquent from one
tu V15111 luaiullUIUUlB Ull nuns UUCK
of natural gas In Texas is the grossly
Inadequate royalty usually paid for
gas by the operators, according to a
stntement by the OH and (ins Divi
sion ot the Texas Railroad Commis
sion. "The landowner hns so llttlo nt
stako that hn rarely takes nny ac
tion to prevent the wasto of his pro
duct," the statement said. "Tho opor-
oted against their properties for the
improvement ot Main Street from tho
bridge to tho Dopot and on Sixth
street from Main to Klnlock uvenue.
And, whereas, It further appears that
bonds issued on such Improvement
will fall duo May 1st, 1921, which
renders Imperative tho necessity for
forcing prompt payment ot such de
linquent paving assessments.
It also further uppearu that there
are a number of delinquent und over
FOR SAIJa ood flva-room rum
ished house on Tenth St. In. good
location. Non-resident owner will
sacrifice at J2.G25 on easy tonus.
Chllcote &,,Smlth, 033 Main St..
pjibno 66 25-26
FOR SALE Strictly modem flvo-
oora bungalow, with fire-place,
ftlrhace, lawn, trees, fruit and big
Int. It's a dandy homo In a select
resfdence section and a real bargain
a.t $4,250 on easy terms. Chllcoto &
bmltn. jJJ main oi., ruuuu uu.
ator got8 gaa so cheap that ho has Mine installments on moro recont units
practically no financial loss regard-iot living that should bo promptly
less ot tho amount of wnstago.
"If tho landowners would demand
an eighth royalty on gas ns well ns
oil, less gas would bo wantonly wnst
od, and all concerned would got lar
ger returns on their Investment."
In Jlu Jltsu wrestling no decision
lc given by tho referee.
ends when oho of tho contestants sig
nifies ho has had enough
I PURITY j
Ten AiMTJinnur t?ai t o rvDinnrYKF
JJUrtlM-.I 11 1J-UJUO VTlVJUUVIll llf7
WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE
BUY THEIR DRUGS
LOST AT the Bluebird, eyenlng of
the 24th, a black silk umbrella.
Hdr two white stripes insldo, near
edg$. Black handle with white tip
nhdiblackj-ijord, .Finder will receive
mward bv returning to Edith Roam,
at tho Shasta. 25-2G
Clean-up sale, (let your monoy's
-worth. See 201 Sixth, corner of
Klamath avenue. 25-27
FOR SALE Ono good heating stove,
one good kitchen mngo, two bed
steads, springs, etc., and small
amount furniture. Apply 348 lih
St. or Phono 247-M. 25-iG
paid. It Is therefore hereby resolved
by tho Common Council, that tho
Police Judge and the City Attorney
be and they hereby are directed and
ordored to proceed lit once to notl-.
ficatlon ot such delinquencies and
request for prompt payment, and'
that In default ot such pnymont tho
said officials shall proceed oh und-J
nfter tho 10th day of September, t
1!I20. to lulvnrtlnn tho ' nronnrtw
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Tho bout "K"'Hi which such delinquencies ex-r
isi ior saie in uccoruunco -wuu mu
I provisions of the charter rolatlngi
White Pelican Baths
open from 2 to 5 und 7 to 10
Special attention given private
M. A. MANN,
Hot Spring Until House
Apply 319 S. Spring St.
THE PICK OF THE PICTURES
A NEW ONE EVERY DAY
H. W. POOLE, Owner HARRY DOREL, Musical Director
BIG DOUBLE SHOW TODAY
Pretty Peggy Hyland in
"A GIRL IN BOHEMIA"
A romance of the famous Greenwish Village section
of New York where Unconventional Life is usual. .
' ,., A Big All-Star Cast presents
The story from the French "Dr. Rameau."
in a fine phptopVy n Ouida's famous novel
"UNDER TWO FLAGS"
Coming Sunday The Great Nazimova.
Matinee every day at 2:30.