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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 7, 1920)
WEDNESDAY", AriUIi 7, 1020
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
E. It. WIrtx, who has been, hero
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Gflorgo Wlrtx, returned this morning
to Dunsmulr, Cnl., where he Is em
ployed ns n brnkeman by the South-' -
ern Pacific company. . I ON'DOX, An
Captain E. L. Schoe, late assistant P tbllliy tu
KEEP HflNBS OFF
7 ... Thn ts Illl'o,
iire.it l!rlt.tm uill '
resident manngor of tho White ll-ipartlclpate In tin I'reneii ndvunco Jn-'
Iran hotel, left yesterday for San ' to Germany ns f.ir :is can be asror-'
Francisco where he will be associated talned at present. According to a
with A. D. Short In tho Hotel Wash-j statement current In somo quarters,
ington. jtho British government feels itself,
.Miss Ina Gould has returned from Placed in an awkard position by tho
n trip covering a period of several French occupation of Germain cities.
weeks through California. '
Mrs. Porter, mother of Mrs. An- A1X LA CHAPPELLE, Ap. 7. -
drew Collier, camo in on last night's German troops aro marchM? on j
train for an extended visit with hor , Dusseldorf and occupation of the
daughter. jtown is expected tonight or tomor-'
Harry Stilts camo In on last night's row morning. I
train from his homo in Corning,
Calif., for a brief business visit. PARIS, Apr. 7. Tho entry fif
Tho many friends in this city of German government troops Into tho
Miss Eliza Stilts will bo grieved to Ruhr district has Interrupted tenta-
learn that she has suffered a stroke ttvo negotiations for an economic
of paralysis at her homo in Corning, understanding between Franco and!
Calif., and one side of her body is , Germany. In authoritative circles'!
there Is a conviction that tho
Will Humphrey has leased his .result was deliberately planned.
ranch on tho Merrill road to W. F. COBM2NZ Apr. 7. Two thousand!
Sexton, county club leader, and has I communists have crossed tho Rhino
"moved with his family to 714 Oak .into tho British xono of occupation
, street. land been interned. Their flight Into
Henry Grimes has returned from tho occupied territory Is taken as an
Portland with a ton truck which indication that tho revolt In tho
Mill be used in his transfer business.! Ruhr region is near an end.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. McAreo of Min-j BERLIN, Apr. 7. A special ses
nedosa, Canada, aro hero for a of the national assemblyo will bo
month's visit with Mr. McAree's j held here Saturday, according to a
niece, Mrs. H. J. Lester, at the Les-jcall issued today,
ler "home in tho Mt. Laki district.!
They arrived Monday night from
California where they have been
spending hte winter.
Albert Clark and B. W. McCue, of j
'Spokane, are hero in connection with
development and cultivation of a
large tract of recently acquired land
in the Tule Lake district.
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BANK ADDS WINDOWS FOR
COXVKXIKXCE OF PATRONS
In order to keep paco with its
rapidly growing business the Klam
ath State bank has Installed two new
windows to insure quick- service to
patrons. The rapid increase in tho
bank's business some .time since
showed the necessity of more win
dows and more help to attend to the
want3 of customers and avoid waiting
'Orlndale are tiie proud parents of a
baby boy born this morning.
Mr. and ilrs. Robert Davis return
ed last evening from a bridal trip to
San Francisco and thnv also went
to Portland during their absence TRIAI' ,S STARTED
-where they attended the weddlnsr of The suit or William B. Freer
Mr. Davis' brother. Henry Davis and against Harry F. Caton, an action for
Miss Glaser. fan accounting, growing out of def end-
Roland Watt ia reported seriously ! ant's tenacy of the Freer ranch In
ill at the home of his parents, Mr. j the Malln "district, is on trial before a1
and Mrs. George Watt, In Hot Jury in the circuit court today. When
Springs addition. He is believed to the case was called yesterday plaint
be suffering with ptomaine poison- iff was absent but was located by
ing. telegraph and appeared today.
April 15, 16 and 17, 1920
JUST ONCE A YEAR
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Grander, More Gigantic and Stupendous Than Ever
MAMMOTH THREE RING CIRCUS DISTINCTIVE FEA
TURES ON EACH OF THE THREE FLOORS OF THE ELKS'
TEMPLE SPECIAL EXTRAORDINARY ATTRACTIONS
FOR THE LADIES NEW AND NOVEL GAMES HAVE BEEN
SECURED FROM ALASKA, CALIFORNIA, NEVADA AND
THE SOUTHERN STATES PRIZES RANGING FROM
MERCHANDISE AND FARM PRODUCTS TO LIVESTOCK
ONE HUNDRED EMPLOYEES (Without Salary)
FIVE THOUSAND PERFORMERS
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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WE CARRY A LARGE LINE OF SHAVING REQUISITES OF
THE HIGHEST QUALITY RAZORS, STROPS, SOAPS,
CREAMS, POWDERS AND LOTIONS.
4. Stage leaving for Bend tomorrow at
r:00 ii. m. Call 27CW. or Ror
I Cafe. 7
I WANTED Night clerk, Hu.l Hotel;
nuuuie agea man prefcrrud; good
WOMAN WANTS work of any kind,
by hour or day. Phono Oregon
for tho following objects: To voto
upon tho question of tho selection
and purchaso of a school house alto.
Tho ballot at this mooting will bo as
follews: A shall tho District pur
chase any property at this tlmo for a
ttchool slto. II shall tho District
purchaso tho following described
preperty: All of block 5 In Fnlrvlnw
Addition to Klamath Falls, Oregon,
in ii pneo or uuuu.uo. c shall tho
ACCOUNT of going into otho.-
i ness will dispose of my apartments
607 High. Will mako reasonable
; terms with right party. A. J. Lyle.
Keen Kutter Colgates
Auto Strop Mennens
Ever Ready Palm Olive
Gem and others Lysol
'FOR SALE 11R0 nnnnrl tonm nt
; horses, wagon and harness, or will
juauc mi uuiu. oil wasmngion hi.
FOR SALE 6-foot Adrlance bind
er, practically now. 16-Inch Oli
ver chill sulky plow. One 14-Inch
gang plow. 2-sectlon harrow. GO
nt an cstl-
Not a mero house, but n beautiful
homo In tho only restricted residen
tial section In Klamath Fulls. The District purchaso tho following dos
lot is largo, torraced. In luwn. co- !r:rii...,i rni...nv. am i.v",? .2
Falrvlow Addition No. 2
matod cost of $6000.01).
Dated this Cth day of April, 1020.
ATTKSB: Ida I). Momyro,
P. L. Fountnlnol
Chnlrman Board of Directors.
mont walks and commands a beauti
ful view of Mt. Shasta: roomv irur-
buui- B ' uuau,"u"' wnn iiirnacc, nro
iMULu, uutL jioors, ouiu in nunet, lots
Of Cabinet Work, rlnnnta lintt, am
has 8 rooms in all and very conveni
ently arranged. Rugs, window
shades and drapes, rango, furnlturo
and all comploto for 17850. Phono
for appointment to see this property.
J. T. WARD & CO.,
125 North 7th St.
SPECIAL SCHOOL MEETING
For removing Dandruff and as a hair
dressing Hirwitone has no equal. We
guarantee it to give satisfaction..$1.25
To relieve the smarting, burning sen
sation use Nylotis Shaving Lotion. It
leaves the skin smooth and cool40c
EXTRA BLADES FOR
ENDERS, GEM, EVER READY,
AUTO STROP, GILLETTE, DURHAM DUPLEX
ANTED TO RENT Four or flvo
room houso .with bath preferred.
Barnhart, caro U. S. Reclamation.
FOR SALE Bargain, 1 1920 Stud-
ebaker special Six; am leaving
state. See B. J. Martin, Klamath
Agency, Ore. 7-17
WANTED Partner, either sex, with
500 or moro dollars. Box 27.
Klamath-Bend stage now
in operation for the season.
GUILD MEETING TOMORROW
Notlco Is horoby given to tho Iogal
votora of School District No. 1, of
Klamath County. Stato of Ornirnn
that a Spocjal School Mooting of said
uiHinci "Win oo
school, on the 2
1920, at 2 o'clock In tho afternoon, INortu Twelfth street.
Thoro will bo u mooting of Ht.
Paul's Episcopal guild tomorrow aft-
hoVd at Central rn0n nt 2:3 'Clock nt tho homo
1st day of April, J ot Mrs' John C' UrockonbrouRli, 519
FOR 8ALE 55 head of stock cattle.
call at W. W. Warren.4 miles east
of Bonanza; If interested call soon
before I turnout. 7-14
Among other necessary articles will also be found Shaving
Brushes, Shaving Mugs, Mirrors, Shaving Powders, Styptic
Pencils Come to us for anything in the line.
W'v KLAMATH FALLS OREGON Wm I
I 7 WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE 1
WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE
BUY THEIR DRUG3
Tho postponed meeting of the
Womans Home-nd Foreign Mission
ary Society of tho Emanuel Baptist
church will bo hold Thursday at
z:.su p. m. at the home of Mrs. B. S.
Grlgsbys, 1028 Jefferson St. We
hopo a good attendance may be had
at this meeting. You are invited.
FOR SALE 1 Cary safe, 1 check
writer. Inquire at Lorenz Plumb
ing Shop, 123 N. 6th St. 7-9.
LOST A blue print map of tho
Klamath PrbJect. Return to Boc.
Klamath Irrigation District, U. S. R.
S. Bldg. 7.9
T1TE PICK OF THE PICTURES
A NEW ONE EVERY DAY
H. W. POOLE, Owner HARRY nnnro. x...,. LiHl
,www' - -ri-t-irnwiaiuuui.
' Tho White Pelican Barbor Shop
makes a specialty of ladles' sham
pooing and massaging. 7-12
Camo to my place about Dec. 15th,
191D, ono threo-yoar-old mulnv man
Durham bull, marlod swallow fork
in right oa'r. Owner may havo samo
uy paying advertisement and food.
No brand visible.
7-D Malin, Ote.
ALBERT RAY AND ELINOR FAIR
will entertain us with a matrimonial mixup called.
"BE A LITTLE SPORT"
This is a guaranteed cure for even a chronic grouch
Gladys Brockwell comes to us in
"FLAMES OF THE FLESH"
A MoHy of Now England Puritan who Shocked On,- Paris
And on FRIDAY I'll ask.you
"SHOULD A WOMAN TELL?"
The ftar is Alice Lukci-cuto m a bug's car.
CoUB te"THE STERNE,,. '