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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 12, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
MONDAY, APRIL 12, 1020
IIICillKST STANDARD PROIUMTIONH
TKUWlM.lliKK PATRICK, PROPS.
Wo take pleasure in presenting again, tonight,-one of our most
pleasing 1iciv;i mo have sliimn for n long time
CONSTANCE TAIjMAIMSK IX
"A VIRTUOUS VAMP"
Vivian Martin In
"THE THIRD KISS"
"SALOME VS. SHENANDOAH"
A bill that's different and one tlint yon will wish to see again
Kins wool is soiin
AT KU3IITY CENTS POl'Nl)
CORNINO (Tehama Co.), April
10. d. D. 1IIII, of tho Hank of Corn
I nit .has received word from lloston
I that tho first ear of Arlxona wool has
, brought SO cents In tho grenso.
I Last year the price that prevailed
i for tho first shipment of like wool
. was 60 cents.
With this rate prevailing the
Corning section will recolvo somo
thliiK like $700,000 for her wool
this spring as many flocks am In
One-cent Snlo this week.
"THE BAR SINISTER"
Red-blooded dramatic moments leading up to the
A stirring story with lots of thrills
m Sunday and Monday
"WANTED FOR MURDER"
Starring Elaine Hammerstein
Also Fatty Arbuckle will appear in one of his
SHOW STARTS 7.30 P. M.
STOCKS AND BONDS
Following aro today's quotations
on the New York exchange:
First. 3i4 96.9
First, converted 4s 91.03
Second, 4 U
Second, 4 ..
Third. 4H .
-'mirth, 4 U
j Victory lionils, JU.
I Vlctnrv bonds. 4 K .
.. - ... ...
I Foreign Exchange
I Pounds sterling $3.99
SECOND HAND CAKH
WILL CO-OPERATE TO ! the Silver Butte section, where for-
RUILD FIRE ROAD ' est fires always aro a menace.
j "yThe county and tho forest sorvico
" LIBBY, Mont., Apr. 12. Tho coun- ach will bear a share of the cost or
ty and the forest service are to co-' construction, and it hoped to get tho
operate In'building a highway Into , C2a1 ln delate the flro season slarts.1 0lltvcrllt Snlo th, wock
Wo aro going to make a specialty
of handling used cars and It you
; have one to sell or want to buy one
ll will pay you to coma ana soo us.
Read this list:
Wo have listed for sain Ono
Studegaker 7-passengor, In good con
dicion, tires new. 1
One Oakland 4.
One Ford speedster, At condition,
with new body.
Ono Chovrolot. 1,018 modol, Al
condition, tires all good. ?,
Wo have orders for second-band
Dodge or light truck: sovoral second-hand
One 7-passonger car In good condi
tion. We have cars' for ront without1
drivers, and also sneclalize on Ford
(repairing and supplies.
I Klamath Falls Auto Co.,
I 1157 Main
Roy Call, Prop, tj
. - ju-
We Are Ready
To Show You
ALL THE NEW SPRING AND SUM
MER STYLES IN MEN'S SUITS
AND INVITE YOU TO LOOK OVER
New 1920 Models
WE CAN SHOW YOU A LOT OF
GOOD STYLES AS LOW AS $25
AND $30 AND UP TO $100.
WE HAVE GOOD SUITS FOR MEN
OF ALL WEIGHTS ALL AGES
Suits for the Boys
Leading Clothiers and Hatters
Six makes, $25 to .$350 In stock
11 makes In stock, 9300 to $1,175
You want at the Price You want to Pay
Qulbransen Trade Mark
Over 30 In stock comprising I)
styles from $550 to 91,150
Over 0,000 ln stock, priced 85
cents to 93.00. Victor, Columbia
We concentrate every effort on Musical Instrument thereby
trying to give the best in Service and Quality
Earl Shepherd Co,
i . Klamath's Only Exclusive Music. House
507 Main Street
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
nj-u-LruuLiiM"ir,i i"- " m.
One-cent Halo this week.
FOR SALK OR TRADE lfiO acrna
of lino land, partly In cultivatien:
good wheat land potato land. Also
relinquishment on 320 acres Joining
ranch. Address II. D. Herald ofllcn.
One-cent Snlo this week.
FOR SAUK Straw at $'4.00 per
load. See Percy Dixon, noar Hen
ley school house, Merrill Rt. 12
Thorn will lin a Rnnclnl coinmunl-
catlon of Klamath Lodgo No. 77. A.
r. & A. M on Monday. April 12th,
1920, at 8:00 o clock p. in. worn in
F. C. Degree, (loo. Chastaln, W. M.
One-cent Sale this weak.
RANCH TO RENT for cash or on
shares, or will lease for term of
years. For Information cnll at SI 2
The Maccahees I,odgo will hold
their regular mooting Tuesday even
ing, aj 8:00, Apr. 13th, at tho Li
Mrs. Wlllard Johnson, Collector.
One-rent Snln this week.
WANTED Twcfroom. houso fur-
I ' nlshed or unfurnished; no chlld-
ron. Room 217 Hall Hotel. 12-13
J Ono-t-ent Sale this week.
. Ewauna Camp, W. O. W.,No. 730,
will hold a regular meeting Tuesday
evening. April 13 at 8 o'clock ln tho
west hall of tho I. O. O. F. building.
Among Important business is the
election of dolegates to tho district
convention. All members aro urged
to nttend. 12-13
O. K. H. NOTICK
Thoro will bo a regular meeting of
Alaha Chapter. No. 61, O. K. 8. Tues
day evening, April 13,1920, nt 8:00
O'clock p. m.,.,, Initiation. Visiting
12-13 Kino 8. Chastaln, w. w.
Will mnlrn Tnannnnhln tnrms with
r - ".. . .
i responsible parties for my aparimeni
iJ I .ft 1IJU' A IT T ..! 1QI
IIOUBO, ou( men. . X, Kjr,o, m.
One-cent Halo this week.
Lifted Ice Chest, from corner 6th
and Klamath Ave, Saturday night,
between 7 and 8 o'clock. Roward
15.00. A cluo. I do the rest. Seo
Dick, 1008 Main fit. 12-13
Mrs. Etta Moore, proprietor of thn
Star rooming house, says that tho
Herald was misinformed "when It
said that hIio was victimized by Fred
Ford, Indicted forger and Jnll break
er, with a bad check and that Fonl
hud a room at tho Star after his re
cent Jail PHcnpo. , It was In anothor
Iioiiho In tho same location, oporatod
by Mrs .Crabtree that Ford got a
room, tho two houses bolng located
In the samo neighborhood gave rlso
to tho mistake
W. O. W.
Election of Delegates to
APRIL 3, 1920, 8 P. M.
All Woodmen requested
to be on hand. Come out
and have a Big Feed, with us.
One-cent Snlo this wook.
The county clork's oftlco will bs
open tho nveiilngs of April 13-H-lfi-16-19
from 7:30 till 9:00 o'clock to
nccommodaln IIioho who can not got
thero oarllor to ruglstor. TIiIb will
Include all tho ovonlngs this wook
ux-cept tonight and Saturday. 12
Notice is horeby given that I will
not be responsible for debts con
tracted by my wlfo from this date.
12-15 Charles w. mown.
One-rent Hale this week.
.FOR SALE 8 Alrdalo pups, whelp
ed on April 6th. Will be right
for fall training: From the best
.Alldale strains In California. Registration-
pedigree with purchase; male
I $25, female $15. Address T. W.
Goddard, Klamath Falls, Ore. 12-17
THE PICK OK THE PICTURES
A NEW ONE EVEnV DAY
II. W. POOLE, Owner HARRY RORKL, Musical Director
"THE FOREST RIVALS"
A Quebec story picturing life In the great Otnmllnn woods.
Home wonderful .norttioni Hcttlng.
Charming May Allison stars In
The brilliant comedy that captivated New York. More laughs to
every Inch of film than you ever had before, This Is one of
On Thursday the great Ainericunlzatitm program
"THE LAND OF OPPORTUNITY"
A wonderful story of Abraham Lincoln
"EXPLOITS OF A GERMAN SURMAHINE-. THE CBS"
Actual pictures mado by the Germans themselves of their dast
ardly work with the submarine This remarkable film was captured
by the American troops at Coblenz, See this plcturo and then docldo
whether Germany should .be allowed to 'continue (as a power,
MATINEE EVERY DAY