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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 22, 1920)
TnVRSDAV, APRIL 24, 1MK
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
200 PAIRS MEN'S DRESS AND BUSINESS STYLE SHOES ALL GOOD RELIABLE MAKES,
SHOES WORTH AT THE REGULAR PRICE UP TO $15. TANS-BLACKS LACE AND BUTTON
STYLES, ALL NEW AND UP TO DATE, YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO SAVE ON GOOD FOOTWEAR
KUPPENHEIMER'S CLOTHES NETTLETON SHOES KNOX HATS BOYS' DUBBELBILT
CLOTHES LEWIS UNION SUITS
KK K STORE-- Leading Clothiers and Hatters
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I PERSONAL MENTION I
Joe Kent tame in on last night's
train from San Francisco for a few
days' business visit.
S. O. Dearing left a few days aero
to bring back a new engine for tho
Jim Summervllle Is in the cltv
from Rogue Hirer valley trying to
sell real estate. Wonder if he ex
pects any one to go from hero to
Mrs. Cora Enman of Lone Pine
district spent yesterday In Klamath
Falls on business.
Mrs. Charles F. Stemwell left this
morning for a visit with relatives
and friends in Milwaukle, Chicago
and other eastern cities.
Mrs. Carl Plath and daughter,
Corinne, returned last night from a
four months' visit with friends and
relatives in L03 Angeles.
D. J. Foley of Grand Junction,
Iowa, who has been spending the
winter In San Jose and Los Angeles,
is here? for a few days visiting his
stsret. Sister Ligouri of the Sacred
Heart Convent, before returning to
his home in the east.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard K. Hannon
returned last night from Rochester,
N. Y., whero they havo resided since
Mr. Hanndn's discharge from tho
navy a year ago. They were bolh
delighted to again be back in Ore
Blaln Klum of tho Mum Adv. Co.
is In tho city today from Medford.
J. T. O'Brien of Algoma was brought
to the Warren Hunt hospital tor
treatment yesterday. The patient
was met at the depot by tho hospital
DANCE TONIGHT TO WIPR
OUT FOOTBALL DEFICIT
High school students, chaperoned
by the Parent-Teachers association
aro giving a dance at the White Pel
ican hotel thU evening. Admission
is J 1.00 a couple and the fund raised
will be used to help wipo out the de
ficit that followed last football sea
son. The local team ended the sea
son a couple of hundred dollars to
the bad and hare a note outstanding
for the amount. A good many invi
tations have been issued for to
night's affair and the students are
anxious to make the affair a good
one. Good music Has been secured
end a good time Is assured.
OIL AND POLITICS
MIXED IN VISIT
Captain B. L. Smith, president, E.
N. Mayer, manager, M. O. McCorklo,'
director, and J. W. Wright, an asso
ciate, all representing the United
States OH and Gas company, nn Oro
gon corporation, ore here on busi
ness This company Is well known
in this state, operating In conjunc
tion with tho Midwest Refining com
pany, a subsidiary of the Standard
Dr. McCorklo Is one of the well
known physicians of Portland IU
has visited Klamath Falls before and
has many friends hero who will be
glad to. welcome him and tell the
doctor that tho big stories he has
been bearing of Klamath Falls are
real facts and not boom talk. Cap
tain Smith Is one of tho boosters-of
Corporation Commlssionor Schuldor
man, who is seoklng,tho Republican
nomination for the office of secre
tary of state and ho will undoubtedly
find that the commissioner has a
host of supporters in this section, for
he has made an enviable record in
tho.management of his present office,
"ftie party will be In the city for'
a few days.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR SALE A bargain; ono 5-pas-
sengar Ford, with $200 oxtrai
equipment. lioraco Shidler, 123 6th
HOMESBEKBRS Coma over ,tho
hill! Tavostlgate Roguo Rlvor val
ley, land of tho heart's delight,
fruits, (lowers, varied crops, ovon
climuto, pnro water, scenery, hunt
Ing, fishing! Good buys; homo,
farms, orchards, ranches, business
opportunities! At SlaJu House, hero,
leaving for homo tomorrow. Jim
Slmmervlll, Roguo Rfver City. 22
street, comer of Washington, after
2:00 o'clock Friday, April 23. 22
LOST Ono gray kid sIovh between
Club enfo 'and Garish grocory.
Roeurn to Garish grocery. 22
Notice Is horoby given to whom It
may concern, thut on April 1, 1920,
I sold all my rllit, title and Interest
In tho Klamath Falls Croamcry to
tho Klamath Fidls Creamery, Incor
porated, under now management.
All persons owing1 bills to tho
Klamath Falls Creamery that accru
ed prior to April 1, 1920, will pay
tho samo to tho undersigned and tho
undersigned will pay all bills that
were do from Klamath Falls
Creamury prior to April 1, 1920.
22-24 W. P. Johnson.
FOR SALE HouKohold
Can be seen at' 337
FOR SALE 5-rootu modern bunga
low, la Hot Springs, Nlco lawn,
fruit tree and borrlos; n beautiful
homo. Prlco 14 GOO,
FOR SALE Modorn seven-room
bouse, two baths, city bent, one
half block off Main tttrcct; Hinall
tltroe-room houso on same- lot, al
ways rentooV All for $10, C00; terms.
FOR BALE? 12-room house, partly
furnished, stoam heat, hot and
colli water In bod rooms, lot 120Jy
120, garago. Prlco flO.500; tonus.
TOJl BALK Modorn seven-room
houso, full basomonr, furnace heat,
large lot, $73t0; torms.
FORT BALE Modorn 4-room houso,
lot 52 by 150, on pavement, 9th
St., f2600, or same property Includ
ing barn nnd one-half block, nil fur
$4500. A roal bargain.
FOR SALE C-room modorn liutign
low, on Pine St., prlco $i,000;
Farms from 40 ncros to 800 acres
In size. Irrlgatod and unlrrlgnted,
and city lots lncntod In all parts of
MRS. NTT2 OTTERnETN,
627 Klamath Avo, phono 461.
down the It. C. of L. Prlco $3500,
hair tfli. ChlUoto A Smith, 633
Mnltt St., phone 66. 22-33
WANTED By young married cou
ple without children, turnlshod or
unfurnlnlu'tl room npnrtmont or
house, hy May 1st. Address Fred
Smile. Herald otllcc, or phono 99R.
FOR SALE Now llvo-room house,
near cfupot, nt n bargain prlco of
$3750.00 Only $1000.00 cash nnd
balance like rent. A big houso and
u good lot for llttlo money. Chllcoto
.- Smith, 633 Main St., phono 06.
Willing Wnrkera class of tho Moth
odlst church will hold a food salo,
Saturday afternoon at the olllco of
Chllcoto & Smith. 23
LA8T ISSUE OF KfllOOIi
PAPER FOR TERM IS HEADY
FOR SALE Good six-room houso
and half aero of ground, lino bear
ing orchard, outbuildings, nearly
100-ft7 of river frontago, excellent
garden land. Jmt tho place to cut
Tho last Issue of tho "Tattler," tho
local high school student publication,
Is now off the press and tho school is
ondeavorlng to boost tho circulation
as tli Ih Is tho last Issue for tho torra.
Tho Ibbuo Is a llvo ono nnd only flvo
conts a copy. Any ono wishing a
copy call 2 43 J or 24SJ.
the Heider Tractor's Pulling Power
STATE OF OREGON )
COUNTY OF KLAMATH )
I, C. R. Miller, being first duly sworndepose
and say that I saw a. twelve-twenty 'Heider
Tractor pull five fourteen inch plows, making a
furrough seven and one-half inches in depth.
C, R. MILLER.
Subscribed and sworn to before me, this
21st day of April, A. D. 1920.
(SEAL) RUTH M. GOWENt
Notary Public for Oregon.
AMy commission expires May 28, 51923.
; all tractors
of equal rating
' K'STAWCtt' OREGON )
COUNTY OF KLAMATH )
I, Charles Nelson, being first duly sworn,
depose and say that I saw a twelve-twenty
Heider Tractor pull five fourteen inch plows,
making a furrough seven and one-half inches in
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
21st day of April, A. D. 1920.
(SEAL) RUTH M. GOWEN,
Notary Public for Oregon.
My commission expires May" 28, 1923.
THE HEIDER IS THE SIMPLEST AND MOST ECONOMICAL TRACTOR
THE ONE TRACTOR THAT HAS BEEN TRIED OUT AND PROVEN BY TWELVE YEARS OF FIELD WORK,
THE TRACTOR THAT IS BEING OPERATED FOR YEARS WITH PRACTICALLY NO REPAIR EXPENSE
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