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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 27, 1920)
SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1020
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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The Kvening Herald
E. J. MURRAY
. Publtt hcd dally, oxcont Sunday, by
. The Herald Publishing Company of
Klamath Falls, at 115 Fourth Street.
' Entered at the postollleo at Klam
ath flls, Ore, for transmission thru
the mails as second-class matter.
"Subscription terms by mall to any:
addrets In the United States:
One 'year ....- .. J 5.00
One month .- . ... 50
PUT ON YOUR DANCING SHOES
AND DANCE AWAY THOSE BLUES
SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 27
LOCAL JOLLY JAZZ BAND
Member of the Asoocintctl Press.
Tho Associated Press Is exclusively
1 entitled to tho uso for republication
- of, all news dispatches credited to It
f or not 'otherwise credited In this
.a paper, and also local news published
All rights of republication of spe
cial dispatches herein nro also re
ATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1020
AT THE THEATERS
"Stronger Thau. JDeath," compell
ing ,ln mystory and the dramatic
thrill of the Far East, tells of a fam
ous London dancer, SIgrld Fersen,
played, by Nazlmova, who enters the
British colony in a barracks town in
India and Immediately divides the
community into factions one hating
and the other adoring her. Sho falls
In love with an army physician, who
goes about curing tho natives at tho
height of an epidemic of cholera. To
shield the doctor after ho has struck
down the post commander, SIgrld
consents to wed one Barclay, a
bounder who threatens to accuse tho
physician. But sho becomes his wife
In name only.
Nazlmova, as SIgrld, has ono of tho
strongest roles of her remarkable
career a role In which sho runs tho
enttro gamut of emotions. It also
affords her opportunity for a display
of artistic dancing for which she is
'Stronger Than Death" Is at tho
Liberty Sunday only.
Furthermore, It la ono of tho most
unusual motion pictures Imaginable.
It is u distinct, decided dopraturo
from tho ordinary run of pictures,
and will show theso two very popular
stars tit congenial, happy roles,
whero their ability Is given tho great
est possible opportunities.
"Courage for Two" is tho interest
ing title of the entertaining now
Carlyle lllackwell-Evelyn Greeley
World picture, which will bo shown
on Monday at tho Liberty theatre.
THE BIG "3"
You demand three things of a tire dealer.
1. The' immediate delivery of the tire you
want when you want it.
2. The most economical tire available a
quality tire at a fair price.
3. A convenient service that will aid you to
get all the mileage out of the tire.
With, a complete stock of Good
years and our proved Service we
offer you all you could ask.
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Goodyear Service Station
Mrs. Bunnell, who has been con
fined to her homo with n lamo bark,
Is nblo to be about again.
Mr. Hosley has gono to Ashland
Everett Durkee Is plowing for
L. F. Gcertson.
Mrs. Enman and daughter, Agnos,
visited In Klamath Falls yesterday.
Tho young lumbs around here
havo boon suffering from tho cold
weathor of tho past week.
DRUG FACTS NO. 27
. We Don't Want Business
SQUARE DEAL DRUG STORE, Klamath falls J
RED CROSS DRUG STORE, Merrill J
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ORDER YOUR MEAT
early so wo may mako ar
rangements for Its prompt
delivery. Wo havo received
an especially choice ship
ment of prime beef and real
Iamb and some rery fino
hams and bacon. You'll
find them delicious in. .flavor
and tenderness. And wo are
not asking a cent extra for
the extra cholconesa.
J. H. Garrett & Son
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
.1. I. CASK TRACTORS
Wo havo 15-27 J. I. Caso tractor
and plows. Complete outfit. Dem
onstrations gladly given. Phono
229M, C. C. Low and Son. 25-27
Apply 319 S. Spring St.
SPECIAL MUSIC AT THE
SATURDAY and SUNDAY
BY PROFESSOR E. W. LAKE, ably
assisted by MR. EDDIE MAXWELL.
Absolutely tho beBt string music ovor
brought to this city. If you miss this
treat you will bo sorry. Tho music
alone Is worth four times tho admis
sion and all for tho same price. Come
early and hear the street concert.
PRICES 10 and 25c
Will sell my very choice lots on
Wood River nt Fort Klamath to
highest bidder. Havo owned this
property 10 years. Size of lots 100
feet wldo by 300 feet deep. Threo
blocks from center of town of Fort
Klamath. Descriptions of lots, two
to nine (inclusive) block seven; lots
ono to four inclusive Blk two; Lots
six to ten inclusive and lots one
and two blk four all in First
Addition to Fort Klamath, Oregon.
Ednah Race Capron, Hampton Apts,
Long Beach California. 22-27
AT THE LI
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of H'enieridous Strength
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Order of shows on Sunday 1:30, 3:30, 5:30, 7:30 and 9.30 P. M.
Matinees 10 and 25 cents. Evening 15 and 35 cents.
REMEMBER that NAZIMOVA can be seen SUNDAY ONLY
There will be a new show Monday
AT THE LIBERTY
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Qlre Us a Trial
Klamath Falls, Oregon
SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION IN
FORECLOSURE OF TAX 1AKX
In the Circuit Court of tho Stato of
Oregon for Klamath County.
E. A. McDroom, Asslgnoo of)
Gilbert Lapbam, Plaintiff, )
W. L. Roberts, Defendant. )
To W. L. Roberts, tho abovo named
In tho Name of tho Stato of Ore Ore
eon: You aro horoby notified that E.
A. McBroora, asslgnoo of Ollbort
Lapham, Is tho holder of Certificate
of Delinquency numbered 899, Issued
on tho Gth day of Fohruary, 1917, by
tho Tax Collector of tho County of
Klamath, Stato of Oregon, for tho
amount of Four and (J4.06) 06100
Dollars, tho same being tho amount
then duo and delinquent for taxes for
tho year 1914 together with penalty,
interests and costs thereon upon the
real property assessed to you, of
which you aro the owner as appoars
of record, situated in, said County
and Stato, and particularly boundod
nnd described as follows, to-wlt:
"Tho South Halt of tho North Half
of tho Southwest Quarter of tho
Northwest Quarter (8 N SW
NW4) of Section 2S, Township 39
South, Range 15, East Wlllamotto
You aro further notlflod that said
plaintiff is the assignee of Gilbert
Lapham, who has paid taxes on said
promises for prior or subsequent
yoars, with the rate of Interest on
Bald amounts as follews:
Year's tax, 1915; date paid, Feb
ruary 5, 1917; tax receipt No. 6374;
amount, ?3,G0; rato of Interest, 15
Date paid, March 26, 1917; tax
receipt No., 1263; amount 2.55;
rate of Interest, 15 per cent.
Date paid, April 5; tax receipt-No.,
3593; amount, 2.75; rate of inter
est, 15 por cent.
Date paid, March 13, 1919; tax re
ceipt No., 568; amount, $2,50; rate
of interest, 15 per cent,
Said W. L. Roberts, as tho owner
of tho legal title of tho abovo de
scribed property as the same appears
of record, and each of the othor per
sons abovo named aro hereby furthor
notified that E. A. McDroom will
apply to the Circuit Court of tho
County and State aforesaid for a de
cree foreclosing tho Hen against the
property above described, and men
tioned in said certificate. And you
ure horoby Riimninni'il to npprnr
within sixty days after tho llrnt pub
lication of this HllIlllllnilH. cxcIiihIvii
of tho day of said first publication,
and defend this action or pay Hu
amount duo at) abovo shown, together
with costs mul iieeniml Intcri'.Ht, and
In caso of your fulluru to do ho, ii
decree will bo rendered forecloRlni:
tho Hon of said tuxes nnd costs
against tho land and promises above
This summons Is published by or
der of tho Honorable ). v. Kuylieu
diill, Judge of tho Circuit Court of
tho Statu of Oregon for tho County
of Klamath, and said order uai
made and dated this 20 th day of
February, 1920, and the duto of fliHt
politic ution of this summons is tho
lnt tiny of Fohruary, 1920.
All pr teHi) mid papers In this pro
reeding may be sorvod upon tho un
UoritiKiiiMl. residing within tho Stato
of Oregon at tho address hereafter
W. M. DUNCAN.
Address: 208-210 Odd Follows
liulldlng, Klamath Falls, Oregon.
An KiirIIhIi (lergyiiinii thinks ho
has a good claim to tho long-dlstanco
reading rluimplniiHhlp, having road
(he llible through 71 times.
The Rex Cafe
! Special Sunday Dinner
Olymplu Oyster Coclctall
Crcnm of Chicken Royalo
I Ripe Olives Hour aiuirltlns
Cliolco of ;
'; Young Chicken Fricassee, Ilex Stylo
Rupromo of Chicken I'attles a la King !
Roust Milk Fed Veal, Savory Dressing '
Cream Whipped l'otutoes Stowed Sugar Corn
Applo Souffle Pudding
Hot lllii co I'lu Hubbard Squash Plo
Tea Coffoo Milk