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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 2, 1920)
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ttte'EVENlNG HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald ! it-
E. J. MUKRAY
.Published dally, except Sunday, by
Tna Herald Publishing Company of
Klamath Falls, at 115 Fourth Street.
.Entered at the poiofnee at Klam
th Falls, Ore., (or. transmission thru
toe malls as second-class matter.
, Subscription terms by mall to any
afldress In the United States:
Otra year . .-. . ..$6.00
One month .i... -...... S0
Member. of thc'Assoviatcd I'rriw.
The Associated Preos ! exclusively
Btltled to the use for republication
of all news dispatches credited to it
or not otherwise credited in this
taper, and also local news published
SAD rights of republication, of spe
dal dispatches'- herein are also re
Friday, April a, 102
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Telegraph Tabloids I
BATTLE, Apr. 2. The motor
ebia Llbby llaine, inbound from Mex
ico ports, has reported by wireless
that she is in distress five miles oft
-Cape Flattery. No details are given
WASHINGTON, Apr. 2. The en
tire railroad wage controversy was
placed before President Wilson today
tor the third time since, railroad labor
Wed its demands for a general wage
Increase last slimmer:
'LONDON, Apr. 2. Sir Hamar
Greenwood, under secretary for home
attain, has been appointed chief sec
retary for Ireland, according to offi
cial announcement today. He suc
ceeds Ian Mac'Pherson, who resigned
LAREDO, Apr. 2. In a rifle fight
-yesterday between four American
customs Inspectors and seven alleged
'ifexlcan smugglers, 40 miles south-
. oast, ofLaredo, three smugglers were
Shot and killed and the other escaped,
presumably crossing the Rio Grande
Into Mexico." None of the Americans
, were injured.
Easter Time-Dress Up Time
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WE HAVE A TREMENDOUS STOCK OF SPRING CLOHTES
' ON DISPLAY FROM THE FAMOUS MAKERS SUCH AS
Geo. Bell & Sons
NEW YORK'S SMARTEST CLOTHES. THESE WE CAN
RECOMMEND tO THE BEST OF DRESSERS.
EVERY'SUIT IS MADE FROM PURE WOOL, HAND TAILOR
ED WITH THE GREATEST CARE AND IN EACH INSTANCE
PRICED TO GIVE THE GREATEST ACTUAL VALUE.
CQME IN AND LET US DRESS YOU UP
You will Lead in the Dress Parade
THE STOCK IS COMPLETE AND UP TO THE MINUTE
WASHINGTON,, Apr. 2. By a de
cisive vote the house ways and means
to'mmittee' today' decided lo reco'm
mendNthei passage Sdf soldier relief
legislation1', with1 a probable recom
mendation for a' cash bonus. Details
of the plan will be referred to sub
'; WASHINGTON, Ap. 2. Two
ore Americans have been killed by
Mexicans at 'the Tamplco oil fields,
dispatches to the state department
BUTTE, Apr. 2-Long lines of
hungry men"forineil''before the few
-mall restaurants open bore today.
All the larger places, Occluding hotel
oining rooms, areclosed because of a
.strike of cooi:?and,waltere for higher
VIENNA, ABr-Bela Kun, for
mer Hungarian dictator, and com
panions, who -fai'd been in jail here,
iuvre ended' their hunger strike, ac
cording to the newspaper, ''Abend."
SHASTA VIKW NOTES
Dame Rumor Eaysitwedding bells
.are ringing in this vicinity and if it
is true one of bur teachers has taken'
"THE STORE 6F SERVICE"
NINTH AND MAIN STS.
r.fj B iflBtisMiB? ' f&ZrL'.'lr in 9
Klamath Falls Saturday,, the latter
having dental work done.
In some parts of Greece no
In the English town of Tunbridge
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VVPifcBr UUUtul auu WHO ui .mam- .
...... , ,, . . j , til she has a home
am rails ana
tan ever hope to find a husband un-i Weils lives a centenarian- spinster
linn' tul.n had a A I. f.A nmnlnv an mam.
. t, ' , c a hence providing his daughters with-vants two sisters, both of whom
at J. L. Bailey a Sunday , ...
n O. Hnrrlcnn anA fflmllv of Mfir
rill were callers at O. E. Hunt's C
Wednesday afternoon. I
Easter will be observed at the
Shasta View schoolbouse. The chil
dren of the Sunday school are plan-
houses Ib an onerous duty which
talis .to the lot of every father.
have served her continuously
more than half a century.
WEATHER RECORD f
Hereafter the Herald, will .publish,
ning a short program. '
Mrs. TJnv Pncrlfi was flhnnnlne In
a new student to. instruct, but if we Klamath FallB one day Jast week, J
,r uv muru auQui 11, just consider
i it was onlv a clearer, tnnn nt (ho
school bell on these crisp frosty morn- 1
Ings. '" O-
The Helping Hand society met with
Mrs. William Freer last week Wed-
' nesday with a fairly good attendance.
The next meeting win be held at Mrs.
Mabel Fogies Wednesday, April 7.
Hope to see a large number as we
expect to do sewing' for n neighbor
who has a large family to sow for.
O. E. Hunt and son, Cecil, were in
Get Your Groceries
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 Issue, up
to 5 o'clock' of that day.
Max. MIn. clpitatlon
Apr. 1 44 35 .0C
Drug Facts No. 32
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Our merchandise will be all new-
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V '.Tv and' all right.
Square Deal Drug Store
Eighth and Main Streets Shortly
You can do it under the new Cash Saving Plan of
the Klamath CasK Store. Under this plan you pay
$2.25 per month. This fee will entitle you to come
to the Klamath Cash Store' and buy any of the mer
chandise on its shelves at just what was paid for it
wholesale, plus transportation charge. The only
condition attached to this is that five hundred people
joinin the undertaking. If you join in this move
ment you will save the monthly fee on every ten
dollars worth of merchandise you buy, for you will
effect a saving of 25 per cent on your groceries.
You can make your application for membership at
the Klamath Cash Grocery, the First State and Sav-
ings Bank or the' County Agricultural Agent Your
X $2.25 will be deposited with the First State and Sav-
ings Bank and will remain there until 500 have
t joined. Then this money is turned over to the Klam-
ath Cash Grocerv arid each member is then entitled
f to buy his groceries at the wholesale cost, plus trans-
portation. There afe no other conditions or strings f
I attached to this. If you do not clearly understand the
f plan call for further information at the ;
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KLAMAin IAM1 bKUUKY i
The first woman minister In Knit
land was Miss Gertrudo I'otzold
who, in 1904, -was appointed pastor
of the Unitarian Freo chuich in tho
city of Ielcester.
NOTICK TO CKKDITOUS.
In tho County Court of tho State oi
Oregon for tho County of Klamath
In tbo Mntter of the Instate of Ulcli-
nrd Swecnoy, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given' to tho credi
tors of .the abovo estate, and all per
sons having claims against tho same,
to present such claims, properly veri
fied, together with the proper vouch
ers supporting the same, within six
months frpm tho date of tho first
publication of this notlco, to-wlt,
March 19, 1920. to the administrator
ot Hiild ostiito, Hugh J. Murthall, n.
the cfflco of J, II. Cnrnnhan, Hooms
4 and fi, I.ocmls nuihllng, on Main
Street, In Kiairnth "FullB, OrcKoi,
Hl'OH J. MAnSII.VM.,
Admlnlstnitor of said Kstaln.
NOTICK OK BALK OF HKAX
Notice is hereby given that, pur
suant to an' order ot the County
Court of the State of Oregon for
Klamath County, made and cntorod
on the 8th day ot March, 1920, th
undersigned administrator of tbe
testate of Andy O'Mallcy, deceased,
wll), sell at private sale to tho high
est bidder for cash In hand, on and
after tho 10th day of April, 1920, all
. right, title and IntorcHt owned and
possessed by said dueonBCd at tho
time of his (loath In nnd to tho fol
lowing dPHcrJbcd renl proporty, to
wlt i Situate In Klamath County,
Oregon, Lot Flvo, ot Ulock Sovon
teen, of North Klumnth Falls Addi
tion to tho City of Klamath Fnlls.
All f)ld must 1k3 In writing nnd de
livered to tho undnrslgnod at tho law
ofllcea of II. C. Oroesbock, Klamath
Falls.. Oregon, prior to tho said 10th
day of April.
I WALTER B. PERKINS,
Administrator of tho EBtnto of
I Andy O'Malloy, Doceased.
SMILE - SMILE
1122 MAIN ST.
OPEN FOR SUNDAY DINNER 4.TQ 8
ALL OLD PATRONS AS WELL AS NEW
Arter April 1st
717 MAIN STREET
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