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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 30, 1920)
TUESDAY, MAKCII .10, 1020
fHE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON,
The Evening Herald
K. J. MU It It AY
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. 'City Editor
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Klamath Falls, at 115 Fourth Street
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ath Falls, Ore , for transmission thru
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'or not otherwise credited In this'
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TUESDAY, MARCH 30, 1020
WK KNOW IT!
It Is not an unusual thing for
someone to tell the editor that some.
gt ift attiff lio nrlnfc lo llinlr. Krnrr'
r editor knows this as well as the next J
fellow, but he doesn't run his paper
to pleaso himself and neither does ho
expect to pleaso every one of his
readers all of thn t me. He fre
quently publishes something that is J
uninteresting or even foolish in his.
own estimation because ho knows
that it will Interest a portion of his
A paragraph In the Nebraska City J
Dally Press has something to say
about this: I
"A man told us the other day this
column Is composed of rot. Wc'
agreed with him and seemed to takol
him' by surprise. "We know it is rot I
In other words, our mind tracks will-j
Ingly withhls. We are no Lansing..
We like our job and want to keep It.
We told him, though that he needn't
read the column; if It doesn't suit
him to get a little column nil his
own. This 4s Tour column. Fre-
j quently wo say things In it that do
- -"-"'ot"'even suit the men who own the
' , -pewspaper. They, too, tell us this
n -1hlnmn Is
' -The cc
full of rot. And as for
comnosltars who Kpt this rnlnmn.
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C4.Wfc. toom etMr n f flint. etnm.
5, 1 ijxnUE LAKE HOMESTEAD
"JWrs. William Freir and son, Chris
?,tfaB, were Merrill visitors Monday
T MP Ann Mpa Mrf-nmh nnrl enn
' 7ptld, 'spent Sunday with Mrs. Case
-a t ( "n1 lamuy otuc. l.o.k.1.
u J&Skit. 'Roy Fogle was
)&r -'UjWll. 'visitor Thnrsdnv.
jf iirBramhall and Douglas Bussey
went to Klamath Falls Monday on
A- njljrThe 'Shasta View Sunday school is
- P arranging Cor a program for Easter
7 ' Sunday. There will bo music and
Wofclses by the children. Everyone
Interested Is invited to attend.
Services beginning at 10:30.
In the middle ages noble Italian
women filled the chairs of law, ma
thematics and philosophy In some of
the principal universities.
X H'E tendency in cars today is to reduce weight, to
cut out unnecessary pounds, to take those extra burdens
off the power of an engine.
In a Maxwell there is hardly a superfluous pound.
Like a-great cross country runner, it carries no handi
cap in weight.
It is made o fine steels, and these steels have that
magic combination that metallurgists strive fpr light
weight and extra strength.
These steels are made to order for Maxwell. They are
treated in great furnaces, and they are strong beyond belief.
Poundfor pound, they equal thestecls in any car built.
But they more than repay for their high cost.
' They wear. They stand terrific abuse. They defy time.
But their greatest task is to lighten the burden of the
Maxwell engine, enable it to perform brilliantly, and
make' gasoline deliver extended mileage.
Thus you will understand that rise of Maxwell the
world over,' that ever growing friendship, that ever in
Today nearly 400, 000 iruuse.' In 1 920, 100, 000 more.
Still this will fill but 60 of the world's require
ments for this-remarkable car.
Attn inllii Hr ulltn
Bottor-dressed boys in bottcr-builL suits. That's
what happens when thoy wear .Jack O'Loather.
Jack O'Leather Suits for Hoys arc "Lcatlior
isccd." All the wear-spots the seat, knees, el
bows and all pockets are lined with light
weight, soft, pliable, real leather.
This leather lining in .lack O'Leather suits, com
bined with fabrics of the purest wool, means
twice the wear of oidinaiy Miits.
Jack O'Leather prices aie no higher than you
usually pay, and every suit is guaranteed. See
these remarkable "leatherized suits." They're
new, and cut clothing costs in half, by giving
twice the wear of ordinary suits.
Sold only by us in this cily
,, . taMxS
J lie Diagrams J ell the o lory (Wfw-17J
1 ,if lw ri mil vj)flr thi I ir W
comei with a lininc of
pliable, n 'I leather ar si-it
knees, elbow, atul poi'ict .
"I AIN'T MAD AT NOBODY"
fWtf'ft Brt33m W
Pi iyW 1
2iL& tyijLM,'i'iiiii Ji
Fifty yoars ago tho PonnsyUnnla
Medical society had a rulo prohibit
ing monitors from consulting with
women nliynlclnns, on pain of uxpul
Blon from thu society. Tho rulo was
rescinded In 1871.
Tho Varinnnt Fedorntlon of Wom
en's clubs will coluhrntu Its hIImt
jubilru in 1021.
Apply 319 S. Spring St.
wiii:n or want anytiiino
In ii lirr (iiivi'rtisn for It horn.
Something like ?10,000 a year, it
is said, is appropriated to buy novels
for the ladies of tho Turkish Sultan's
Among tho prized possessions of
all Portuguese women or the 'peasant
class are pendants and chains of the
finest gold, which arg handed down
from generation to generation.
Drug Facts No. 29
'WE WILL LOCATE AT THE CORNER OF
EIGHTH AND MAIN STS., KLAMATH FALLS, IN
THE PATTERSON BUILDING BUT WILL NEVER
I '"BE FURTHER FROM YOU THAN YOUR NEAR- I
AT THE THEATERS I
Gladjs Brockwell makes tho fight
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Sealed proposals will bo recolvod
nt tho offico of tho nntortiriso Irrl-
of her Hfo. nrrnr.iim. fn n,inn, r.iKatfon' District, Klaiiiath Tails, Ore,
.. , ,. ... 'con. "nt" 2 o'clock p. m, March1
ports, In tho new Fpx photoplay ,-0 1.920. for tho Construction of
"Thieves" that is coming to tho Lib- two pump houses wfth concieto
orty theatro tonight. foundations and pump Blimps.
B1.wrmrfinn,. I To wrk will Includo tho o-ccn-
.. . .. """ i 1""""" vntlon of approximately 3D0 cubic
a thief with the soul of a true yards of Class No. 1 material; tho
woman. When thieving would havejP'acIng of approximately 125 cubic
been easier, her soul awaknnB nn.inr. ",UB "l u"cruiu; mm mo continue
V t V V V V ' V V V V V V V
tho lntlucnco of love, and aho elects
to go straight. Her big fight for
love and honor comes at tho end of a
play that is said to bo Intensely dra
mauc in action, powerful In lovo
oleraont and with high moral pur
1 1 EST TELEPHONE.
Square Deal Drug Store
8AFETV SnitVICK SATISFACTION
nr i .
es iviarKet i
Hero's a picture you ought to seo
by all means. f It is "Tho Little In
truder," starring LouIso'IIuff and It
presets this fasclnatlnc star in a
particularly delightful rolo and In a
now sort or a picture that not alono
has a punch, but also an engrossing
mystery, "tiio Llttlo Intruder" is
schoduled for showing on Wednesday
at tno Liuorty theatro. George Mac
Quarrie, Johnny nines, Albert Hart
and Stuart Holmes aro among the
ramous .film favorites who aro soon
In support of Miss Huff jn this strik
ingly Interesting and entortaihlng
picture ' '
tlon of two timber and sheet tuotnl
buildings requiring opprnxlnmioly
3,000 Ft. D. M. of fir lumber and
30 squares of corrugutod sheet
.For particulars address Secretary
oi mo iJntorpriso irrigation District.
Klamaih Falls. Oregon, or C. T.
Darloy, Engr., Klamath Falls, Oro-
ADVERTISE' FOR WHAT
want and you will got It.
OKDKR YOUK MHAT i'"
early so wo may make ar
rangements for Us prompt
delivery. We havo xecolvbd
nn especially cholco- ship
ment of prime bouf and real
Iamb and some very flno
hams and bacon. You'll
find thorn delicious In flavor
and tendorncss. And wo aro
not asking a cont oxtra for
tho oxtra cholconess.
Miss Agnes M. Olsen ot Chicago
and Mrs. W. II. Jobo of Detroit aro
two exports In tho lumbor Industry
who havo boon much In doraand as
speakers on homo hulldlnir'at thn
'HtfHiWHH'WH-t'W &H' Iumbormon'8 conventions this winter.
nfscusslp.n of ways and moans to
curb tho present wild orglo of monoy
spending has served to recall tho
action of th lato Queen Louisa of
Denmark, who, determined to put a
stop to femalo extravagance, drove
through the streets of Copenhagen in
a calico dress.
ATTENTION: FARMERS, CON
TRACTORS AND TRUCK USHRS.
Unltod 'Motors Rervlco Comnanv is
offering fdr aalo direct to tho aisom,
tho Unltod'Motoiv-Trucks In 1VJ, 'h.
3 Vj and i ton sizes and C .ton tract
ors. Uig discount, 'save tho agent's
commission. For prlcos nnd dis
counts, wrlto Thomas Randies', caro
United Motors Sorvlco Company, 20
North lGth St., Portland, Oregon, tf
Used Car Sales Depot
11th near Klamath
G-Cylinder Paige, 5-passengor
Bought last August like new
. 0-Cylindor Premier
in fine shape
with large metal-lined body
1912 4-Cylinder Buick, 5-Passenger
Make Us An Offer I!
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Klamatli Falls, Oregon
A Herald WaatfAd.wsclfit.
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VAn all-aroitind pood shot. That's us
ft-'- " '' , - . .
aiming nt, is
thnti t i alct'9 both skill
and precision to
blend tojbaccos the
Maybe this is why
you find "Satisfy" in