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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 22, 1920)
HE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
THJRflDAY, APRIL 22, 1M
TIIB PICK OP TK MOTUIIKM
A NEW ONI: KVERY DAY
II. W. POOLK, Owner
iY IlOltKL, Mimical Dirt tor
Why Did She Fall in Love With Her Abductor?
See Emmy Whelen and get the answer in
FAVOR TO A FRIEND"
On Friday you can tee a real picture.
The State Department records confirm the screen
story of "Common Property" an indictment
of the Radicals
The big Zone Grey picture
matini'.i: i:vi:uy day
I S bo
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Our greatest efforts to
give good service
CITY MILK DEPOT
15 WEST MAIN ST.'
I CLUB PROGRESS
Ktnmath county sowing clubs nrn
In full swing with their work nnd tho
majority of members huvo about half
the course complotod, nccordlng to
F, W. Sexton, county loader of tho
Boys' nml glrlH club work. It l
designed to huvo tho full roursa fin
Ixhcd by (ho end of (ho Bcliool year
Tho pcwlng club Is tho strongest
brunch of tho boyn' nnd girls' club
of tho county, as far iih membership
Is concerned. Following Is a list of
local lenders and members In various
Merrill school Anna Roberts,
local leudor; Kvn Cox, president;
Mary 'Hurry, vice president; Ora Of
fleld, secretary; Volmn Ady, Helon
Anderson, Tlilrzu Anderson, Louise
Dultan, Olive Do.Mott, Besslo Hnrtle
rode, Ollvo Hill, Kstolla Hilton, Fay
Jinnatto, Kiunllla Kleknr, Marthu
Mnrgurot Merrill, Hnllle Moore, Vol
mu Moore, Ar.leno Taylor, Opul Tay
lor, Chiirlolto Turner and Crystul
Ilildebrund school Hazel Shaver,
locul club leader; Irma 11. Woelk,
president; Minnie MIchnelHon, vice
president; Mario Storzl, secretury;
Alice Colulmn, Adn Flackus, Lyle
rianktts and Martha MIclinol.
Mnlln school Kvn Kennedy, local
club lender; Emma Worlow, presi
dent; Auna W'ulsh, vice president;
Meno Spolek, secretary; Julia Kos,
Illchy Duvldson, Bessie Hozlk, Mamie
Worlow, Alice Koh, Volnia Turnbulll
und Fnye Turnbull.
Spring I.ako school Miss Donna
Mack, locul club leader; Ethel
Schrolncr, president; Irene Folsom,
vice president; Dorris Lloyd, secre
tary; Katie Chichov nnd Stella
Summer school Miss Ethel Hawx
hurst, local club leader; Eva Stiles,
OPEN FOR INSPECTION AT ALL TIMES
GOOD BUTTER ; .1!",
and no foolin'
IXH'AU "OUPLK WI-JI)
Clyde It. Smith and Mildred M.
Hwcet, until recently of Jackson
. r "
If you suffer with this
dr,ead ailment try
This remedy is the
only one on the
market today that
is guaranteed to
in all cases of
the money spent
for it will be
is purely herbal,
For sale by
THE STAR DRUG
HERALDS CLASSIFIED COLUMN!
FOR SALE Real Estate
FOH BALK 104-ft. frontage on
Klnrnath Ave., across, from Ford
garage building. Act quick and call
or sec. W. K. Perkins, City Milk'
Depot, phono 29CJ. 21-tf
FOR nENT Space In these columns
at five cents a line a day. A line
hei la read by thousands every
dent; Hattic North, secretary; Es
ther Gordon, Erlka Noll nnd Norma
J1 Henley school Miss Fisher, local
club leader; Blanche Short, presl-
dent; Muxlno Bradbury, vice prcsl-
4.444....M"M4 dunt! Nevn Dlmmitt, secretary; OpAl
Grant, Irene Trlnk, Annlo T.-inty
-HIH HS 111,.
'Delia Short and Cordla Evans,
county but now residents of this city, ,)alry BCnoo-Allco Lyt,ei ,0(,
secured n mnrrlago license nnd worn CUB leader; Jessie Thomas, presl-
married by Justice N. J. Chupmnn dent; Joellnn Welch, vice president;
i Ursula Welch, secretary; Jennette
WHO IS THE GUY?
The Herald is looking for the chap
who came to this office Monday nnd
paid for the follow Ing advertise
Mecca Taxi Co. If you are not in
n hurry, and need a Tnxl, Call 153.
Hungry & Lazy, Props.
The Herald presumed that the
Idea was to give to the public some
thing original until the real owners
of the Mecca Taxi company asked for
an explanation, when it developed
that they knew nothing of the adver
tisement. Tho Herald Is looking for
the man who put this thing over and
when he Is located or shows up vol-
i uiuurny. ne is kuiiik iu ue ubkcu iu
president; Lizzie Dlmmitt, vice presl-1 OIDlnin tho ,.olnt t0 hl8 "joke."
which is a more serious affair than
appears on the surface. The owners
of the Mecca Taxi company, if out
ward appearance lndicaie anything,
are neither slow, lean nor hungry
;'and the fact that Messrs, Carroll and
Jackson havo successfully operated
the line for about a year would indl-J
cate tnat tney bad given satisfaction.
Thomas and Emma
I Friday flKV Saturday
All of our $15.00 and $18.00 Patent
Leather Hats to go at $7.00. Don't fail
to purchase one of these practical and
stylish hats at this ridiculously low
price. We will also have in a new
assortment of Sport Hats and Sailors
as well as many pretty, light, summery
hats to show during this sale.
KiiriKVK PAHrrnii to hkpicii ,
t; SUNDAY-1 TOIl LUTHERANS
II The Rev. George E. Theiss.of Eu-,
fccno is hero and will preach, in the:
Lutheriin ohnrrh hnr Rumlnv Thin
in the first 'visit of the Rov. Mrj;
Tholss here since the death ot the
J Rov. Mr. Rossirian, local pastor, early
J this year. From now on ho expects
to make more regular visits, supply-;
lng tho local pulpit until a resident'"
pastor is appolntod by the confer
ence. The Eugene pastor went to'
Algoma today but will return in a4.
Uny or two, f.
Services will be hold here Sunday;
morning at 11 o'clock in tho Library
hall. Tho Bubjoct is "The Activity of
tho Risen Savior Among Men Today.'
All Lutherans are cordially Invited to
attend the servclea nnd others will
bo warmly welcomed.
Carl Barks is homo from San
Francisco to help his father with the
Magglo Tallman spent the week
end with Agnes Knman.
Several -one Pine people attended
tho dedication services at Klamath
W. F. Nleman got home from Cali
fornia n few days ago. He has been
spending the. winter fliere with rela
tives. Walter Storey spent Sunday after
noon, at the, Knman. ranch.
Mtb. Erma Hosley Is reported 111.
THREE LINKERS TO CELEBRATE
THEIR 1018T ANNIVERSARY
f, Thx) Odd Follows' lodge of Klam-
nth Falls will celebrate their 101st
4. anniversary on Monday, April 26.
The Robokah sisters of Klamath
Falls are invited to attend this colo-
bratlon,' also visiting brothers nnd
slators will bo welcomed". Tho cole
f, brntlon will be in tho form of n ban-
--'4--4''M''fr'i'lHM'''4i4''l'4'-4'4''f' , quot, musical entertainment, several
! talks on the order, cards, etc., and
' thoro will nlso bo dancing the latter
nnrr nf t Vm mrnnln i9 rri, a -,n .....
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The Parisian Millinery
Drug Facts No. 45
In order to induce you to visit our store on our
opening day and to get acquainted with us and our
methods we are going to return our entire profits for
this day to our patrons. We want you to know us
and to see our modern, up-to-date drug store. Watch
Square Deal Drug Store
Safety Service Satisfaction
will start at 8 o'clock.
LOXK PINK NEWS
SELL NURSERY STOCK FOR US
Good territory open. Terms at
tractive. Write for contract and in
SALEM NURSERY. COMPANY,
1030, Chcmeketa St.;? Salem, Qre.
- ' 'ft . ti ' 16-30t
NOTICE TO THE TUBLIC
Our office has been moved to the
2nd story of the Diehn garage. J.
H. Garrett & Son. 17-33
BARGAINS IN USED CARS
1 S-paBsenger Dodge car, Al con
dition, -f cord tires, 3 extra tires and
tubes; price $850.
Ono Reo, C-passenger, good condi
Two Studobnkors, $S50 and $3S0.
Ono Ford delivery truck, all over
hauled nnd in good condition, $500.
C. Ij. McWILLIAMS,
3C Main St., Phono 1C9
Give vUs a Trial
Klainnth Falls, Oregon
DO NOT FAIL to see, as well as hear
Dr. W. C Adams, of Portland, a
noted oral specialist, next Friday
night, April 23, nt tho Houston Opera
Holiso. 'Dr. Adnms will speak on tho
vnrious diseases ot tho mouth, ulcor
nted teoth, pyorrhea and their rela
tions to tho gonoral health. Dr.
Adams will havo X-Ray slides so yeu
can boo ns woll as hoar and bettor
understand. This will bo freo to the
public and shduld bo attended by
everyone interested In bottor henlth.
TIN SMITH AND SHEET
Sheet Metnl Work of All
Kinds, Sky Lights, Cornices,
Chimney Tops, Etc.
nun Tinnips nim.T 102a Voin.
jubt a i-'kw AUKiiH or potato land '
left, $1CO.OO per acre. Have sold Printing. Stationery .and offlc.
72 ncres at this price. Choice bldg. rapp)o8i pion, prlntlng and 8ta
lols, jour price, your terms. Why,ti0nery company. 128 Main 8t. 9-tt
rent. Phono 1, 1303 Main St.
W. M. MONTKLIUH.
19-tf(HOU8E MOVINO and roofing; ir
years experience; prices right;
FOR SALE 5-room house, furnish- work first-class. True & Falling,
cu, jiuui iicu mrcci, uik iui, guuu rnone J22w; resiuence ll l'leas-
garden ground, with wood shed and 'ant Ave.
garage. Address F. S. Herald.
FOR SALE If you are looking for a
nice modern, up-to-date 5 or C
room home, brand new, tee John E.
Droher, 1134 Grant St. 19-tt
FOR SALE New plastered 4-roora
hduse, hath room, closet, largo at
tic, sleeping porch, buffet kitchen,
enameled white. Garage. Call at 235
Michigan-Ave., owner. 19-22
FOR SALE Fine lot. 3rd & Wash
ington. Mrs. E. W. Gowan, 30C
Pine St. 19-24
FOR SALE OR TRADE: 1C0 acres
of One land, partly in cultivation;
good wheat land potato land. Also
relinquishment on 320 acres joining
ranch. Address H. D. Herald olBce.
Lots of Lots
Lots on paved streets from 15Q.00
Unimproved from $100.00 up.
Terms If desired, 10 per cent cash,
balance 36 payments.
1 12x16 house, big lot,$650.00.
1 4 -room house, big lot, $1,500.
1 5-room house, big lot, $1,300.
1 C-roora house, two big lots,
W. M. MONTELIUS,
Phone 1 1303 Main Street.
RUG BODIES BUILT 1023 Main.
8erves you right Club Cafe 6-tf
Will the party who took the wrong
mackinaw by mistako in the Rex
cafe please return it and exchange
for his own? ' 13-tf.
BUG BODIES BUILT 1023 Main.
Serves you right Club Cafe 6-tt
PHONE PEYTON for wood. 187
Serves you right Club Cafe C-tt
Electric Appliances ...
CITY GARBAGE When you want
garbage irinov-d call b'iJ.
Electric Wiring H. Shldler
WANTED Garden work and prun
ing trees and rose bushes. Call
WANTED 1 dlshwashpr and 1 por
ter at once. See Mr. Johnson,
White Pelican Hotel. 21-22
WANTED To dispose of 350 acres!
WANTED Engineer, edgerman, for
saw mill; start May 3rd. Write
T. C. LaFreniere.jBray, Cal. 21-23
best land In Klamath county, five , WANTED By young couple with
miles from town, railroad straight! no cnildren, a furnished nouso or
through it, depot in 200 feet, power apartment by- May lst.t Inquiro ot
line along one side, water enough ' Fred Soule, Herald office, or phono
bv June 1st to float Noah's ark and 99R. If.
make mud of 250 acres. Will agreo
to pick and market free of charge
all oranges produced on the land for!
WANTED Girl for general office
work. Must have some business
5ve years and treat any real estate experience, be accurate and have, at
fakir who claims a commission to a. least, a high school education. Good
punch. Come and get It and bring salary to competent person. Apply
your pocketbook along Just to make Herald office. 20-tf.
chance. Call at 517 Pine or 708 9th :
Sts. 8-tf WANTED May 1, a house or house
FOR SALE Miscellaneous Phone 08W-
Call 605 Main -or
WANTED Poisoned grain sacks.
FOR SALE! One to six extra nnet Return your empty poisoned grata
dairy cows. These cows are priced gaeks to. the Farm Bureau office.
right, and if you want something Wm pay five cents apiece for small
good, better look them over. Also B,Da aTA ten rpntn nnlr fnr 1nrcr
have for sale black mare, five years 8izeS branded sacks.
old, sound and gentle, weight about, KinAiaih Onuntv Farm nureaa.
1200. Price $85.00. Franlr Moor- 19-2X
landt old Walton place near Alta-1 c.
mont. 21-22 tvqman WANTED To do ceneral
tfousework' 603 Jefferson St-Jfe
FOR SALE: Overland, good me-
??? .en .Central garage, ph6iie'BUG B0DtES BUILT 1023 Main.
?ot xi, xj. nuguc. A-i - T
' TE Vi-iTT Xir A VTTl rn T1TTV fT3 OIT.T.T-
"LL"1?'".0: anything, see MarWeiss. He-will
chine. 1 Little Gem phonograph with wyoutnoney. 13-tr.
records, 951 Rose St. 19-24 ,WAVTRn Tn unvVVmaii hnmu,
with large lot. close im Give lo
cation, price and terms In first let
ter. Box 9 Herald office. 31tf
FOR SALE rOne 1918 Bulck six.
Ono 1917 Bulck six, guaranteed
ftrst-class condition. Imperial Gar
age, Phone 130. 17-tf WAKTTrnl-Rn -nirt i,Ananr
Used cars for sale one 1918 ' d magazines, brass, all kindVot
PhftvrolJt first-clasH runnlne Condi- "" elal Uk euiyBo- iumerii,
neyrpiei, rsi ciass running conai-,.., . .. wfiiM.
tion. rrices are ngnt. central uar- gmh St.rnear Ewauna Box factory.'
age. xo-ii . ,.
-E . w-.
FOR SALE Good wheat and bar
ley straw ,$6.00 per ton.
2-jyt Phone 29,6J
FOR SALE Tents, O. D. blankets,
comforters and all kinds of bed
ding Canvass and leather belting,
pipe, boilers and all kinds of second
hand machinery. Max Weiss, Sixth
St., near Ewauna Box company.
i WANTED Clean cotton rags, 5c per
pound. Central Garage. 30-tf
WANTED TO BUY A small house
in good location, -ttlth large lot-
Price must he reasonable,
terms. Address R.
C. S. Horald of-tt
.,. H. Shidler
FOR SALE The Herald will place
your message in the hands ot over
9,000 readers every. night fo only
five cents a line.
FOR SALE 4 saddle horses, good
after stock, cheap; 6 work-horses,
rendy for Bpring plowing. Phono
2 9 6-J.
WANTED. A message from you to
the readers ot The Herald, It you
have anvthing for sale, tor rent, lost
Serves you right Club Cafe 6-tf
FOR SALE 1 34 Studebaker wa
gon, 1 3 narrow-tired wagon.
Storage Batteries Charged..!!. Shldler
FOR SALE One, Shire stallion, Bix
years old. Several head ot young
.work horses. Inquiro ot Enterprise
Ranch, or phono 253J. 12-tf
FOR SALE A double drawer Na
tional Cash register. Just like new.
Rex Cate. 12-tf
FOR RENT OR LEASE
FARM FOR RENT OR SALE-r-Near
Klamath Falls under ditch. Ad
dress R. Herald office. 12.lt
FOR SALE; Second hand United
Motor truck of 4 tons fully equip
ped for hauling, excellent condition
for only $'2750.Q0 F. 0,fl. Portland,
Oregon. For particulars, write Thom
as Randlos,, 2C-North 15th St., Port
land, Oregon. tf
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Crank off Hupmobile. Re
turn to Jud Lowe, phone 22M.
, . 21-22
LOST A golden opportunity to Bell
your home, your farm or anything
you wish to dispose of, if you do not
use the classified columns of Tho
FOUND A chanco to dispose of any
of the innumerable articles that
you have stored away in your collar,
attic or barn. Turn your waste Into
cash. There is always someone who
wants just what you havo for sale.
Find him through tho classified
columns of this paper.
STRAYED From my place about
1 month ago, 1 bay mure, branded
lazy R on left thigh, 1 brown pony,
ijnknown brand, reached mane.
Notify L. Schmidt, Sister's ranch,
Rt. 1, 20-22
ADVERTISE FOR WHAT
want tind you will get It.
S E E D
ORDER NOW MurPhev's Feed & Seed Stoir6
J26 South Sixth St