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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 30, 1920)
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FRIDAY, APRIL J0, 1020
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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FOR A SLOGAN
Paul Lambert has returned from a I
business visit In ltoguc Kivor valley.
A. 1 Turpln ami family havo ro-l
k t turned from Modesto where- thoy'fl
tl Ci T" J D. L. I spent the past six months. ThoyivH
The Slurges Tire and Rub-' through ,n tholr car nnd M1Mct $
ber Company offers $500 in ,0 remain In Klamath Falls. m
cash for the best slogan or s. i. TooKor is transacting bust- f j
trade device, advertising the.ness in town today from his homo l
Sf.t-n.ae T.-A in lUaUT. ,U
MiuiK.a ws.w i
Ten words are the limit of I
the slogan, but brevity will
count with the judges.
The contest runs for seven
weeks, closing at midnight,
May 30. No communications
received after that hour will
Anybody can enter.
The slogan or trade device
must express tersely the su
periority of Sturges Tire
Sole over Retreading, which
was tried and found want
ing. Mail , your -answers to
Sturges Tire & Rubber Com
pany, Oakland, California.
That's the factory.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
K. Wlnnard nro,j
Mr. nnd Mrs. H
in the city today from tholr homo In
Lorella. They brought back their
little grandson, Frank Fleet, who
has been visiting In the country for
the past few weoks.
Mrs. Harold Doll, who has been
spendtng the past month visiting at
the homo of her parents, pr. and!
Mrs. W. A. Leonard, expects to re
turn to her homo in Los Angeles to
morrow. B. F. Tracy, who has been identl-
Bed with tho firm of Nathan-Dohr-
mann in San Francisco for a long
time, has taken a position with the
Baldwin Hardware company.
GRILL JY1LL OPEN
With a special dinner at 5:30
o'clock tomorrow evening, the new
electric grill of tho White Pelican
hotel will bo opened to tho public.
under the management of A. D.
Short. The grill will operate under
tho supervision of N. C. Johnson,
new steward at me local nosioiry.
WOULD YOU SAVE 25 .per cent on
your Urine exnpnaps? The CT.ioh
Savings Plan will do it. Klamath ' formerly head waiter at the Portola
Cash Grocery. 30-3 , Louvre In San Francisco.
FOR SALE 4-room plastered house The management of the White,
on paved street, stoUe foundation,! Pelican ha3 been preparing for the
has two bed rooms, bath, toilet, sink, 'opening for several weeks and a'l
lots of built In features. Only 12500
FOR SALE Ranch of 120 acres
with good improvements. 4-room
J. T. WARD & CO..
125 North 7th Street.
the appointments of tho new dining
room are in keeping with tho ideals
of high class service. During the
winter months it was possible to care
plastered house, good cellar, barn I for the patrons of the hotel in a
SilWb."SurfS2: rM J"?""1 rT; tem'poraS
ed, deep soil, no alkali, good drain-' Improvised as a dining room, but
age, 65 acres in alfalfa, 50 seres with the increase of patronage and
plowed and harrowed. On dally auto the approach of the tourist season
Stage Hue. J90 per acre. Im, -mnlo nrrnmmnd'nHnn was nf-c-
Icessary. The grill will cater to par-
30-1 .ties of all kinds from the largest L
Danouei crow us 10 me toaieai ui
for- rent. 59 I, uncheon parties.
FOR RENT-r-Two furnished rooms
for desirable parties. W. A. Del-
zell, 1185 Crescent Ave. 30-1
LONG CANOE TIUP
FOR SALE Desirable lots close In.
Also some of the best ranch land
In tho valley.
T. It. WATTKRS,
Real Estate, 620 Majgi, phone 170M.
25 CENTS SAVED on every dollar
you spend for groceries. The Cash
Savings Plan will do it. Klamath
Cash Grocery. 30-5
WANTED Good clean rags at Pio
neer Printing and Stationery Co.,
126 Main. 9c per pound. 30-1 .
PORTLAND, Ore., April 30. A
trip of 650 miles in a canoe, through
Idaho,- Washington, and Oregon, on
the Snake nnd Columbia rivets, is
planned by A. O. Dauman, Lewiston,
Idaho, merchant, this summer, ac
cording to a letter received from him
b the chamber of commerce here.
He IntcmU to go from Lewiston to
Pasco, Wash., on tho Snake river,
thence down the Columbia to this
city. . .
NOTICE TO DOG owners
IF YOU ARE CONTEMPLATING in-
stalling a loose leaf ledger call and In conformance with the provr
.see the famous Nulier Fle:ipo3t line Ions of the city ordinance providing
at Pioneer Printing and Stationery that a license or $1.50 b-3 paid on
company. 1-26 Maln St., or phoms male dogs and $3.00 on fauialo doijs,
22W and wo wjll be glad torsend our all. dog owners within tho inenrpor
loose leaf expert ' 30-3 ated limits of Klamath Falls aro
u . thereby notified that such license is
FOR SALC rord Gedan.'-run two'due and payable, immediately, and
months; -starter, demountable that steps will be taken at onco for
rims, tires gdod,- one new spare tire, ' tho impounding of all unlicensed
license. This caras,'it stands -would dogs and their destruction according
cost ;il50 new. My price J95'i., to the provisions of the ordinance.
See George Carroll, Mecca Peel lnll. Dog owners are asked to call at
or phone 243. " CO the police, department and pay tho 11-
. - .cense fee.
FOUND Ladies sold' watch, initial Xlie ordinance will be strictly en-
on case. Call at Herald office and l forced. Parties having dogs on
Identify. ' ' 30-tf which they do not care to pay a 11-
' cense are asked o bring them in.
HAVE YOU made that application? jThey will be disposed of.
Cash Savings Plan. Klamath Cash' H. S. '
FOR SALE Good apartment house.
easy terms. J. A. Lyle, 607" High,
FOR SALE Chevrolette 5-passen-
ger, good condition, $400 no
siore, no less. Inquire operator
Star Theatre. - ""30-3
FOR SALE Some hand-lialnted and
other odd pieces'. of fancy dlsncs.
C. A. Plath, over Star Drug Store.
Chief of Police.
DON'T PUT THIS OFF Make ap
plication now. Cash' Savings Plan.
Klamath Cash Grocery. 30-5
Strayed from ranch of Louie
Sqhmltz, 3 miles east of Klamath
Falls, ' 2 bay mares, 4 and 6 years
did, weight ahout'900. Smallest ono
has,roached,mano; other one. had
shoes on. Branded lazy R on stifle.
Deliver to O. K. Barn. J, W Moor
TOMORROW'S DRESS VALUES
WILL PROVE THE AMAZEMENT OF ALL
f-" " -ia?i Nv
A SALE QF DRESSES THAT INCLUDE EVERY ONE OF THE SEASON'S FAVORED NOVELTIES
IN MODEL. SATIN, CREPE DE CHINE, GEORGETTE AND TAFFETA FOR SPRING AND Si
SUMMER WEAR. TO GO AT
THESE EXCEPTIONALLY FINE DRESSES INCLUDE ALL THE MOST DISTINCTIVE MODES,
BUT ARE IN DESIGNS SHpWN EXCLUSIVELY BY US, AND IN AVERY LARGE VARIETY OF
STYLES TO BECOMLNGtfY SUIT EVERY PERSONALITY.
WHEN YOU SEE THEM 'YOU WILL RECOGNIZE INSTANTLY THAT THEY ARE PRICED FAR
BELOW THEIR NORMAL VALUES. THEY LEAVE THE UNMISTAKABLE IMPRESS OF THE
COSTLIEST OF STYLE CREATIONS. THEY COME IN A BIG VARIETY OF STYLES AND
COLORS, AND SPECIALLY PRICED FOR SATURDAY'S SALE AT
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I M IHGnnST STANDARD rRODUtTTIONS
I M . TEItWILLIGKH & PATRICK, PROPS.
1 1 STAR TODAY TOMORROW
I "EVERYWOMAN " I
ni ihe most 'elaborate picture ever filmed
.. MAI INEE J'ACII DAY
I TWO 'COMPLWJK SHOWS EACII NIGHT
NEW ENGINE COMING
Fearlhat traffic on tho Strahorn
railroa'dTwouId be sacrificed' to con
struction, while tho Hlldebrand ex
tension 'is building, is allayed by tho
announcement mai anomor anu
heavier 'engine Is on the road and
oxpectofT'to, arrive soon.!. '
The road has only one onglho now
and it is .attempting to keep matorial
on the ground for construction and
also- to handle tho growpg" traffic,
a task that is dally bocpmlng mora
strenuous. Tho new cnglno will bo
omployed in u-ain servico entiroly,
and tho Jlghtor ongino will bo used
Horaco Cox, and not Austin Cox',
was tho brother of E. P, Cox, rocopi
ont of scholarship award at tho Uni
vorsity"; recently, the Herald is in
formed. Horace Cox was electrocut
ed whllo working on a power line nt
tho corner of Ninth and Jefferson
streets here a few years ego. Austin
Cox Is a cousin of El P. Cox and lives
at AVcndling, Ore.
OREGON Rain lorilghl and 'Sat
urday; cooler in east, westerly winds.
SHASTA VIEW ITEMS
It is surely a, busy time on tho Tulo
Lake land with teams and tractor
onithe move early and lato, tho lattor
running day and night.
. Tho burial of tho infant son of Mr.
nnd Mrs. O, E. Hunt, which was born
Sunday, April 18, took placo Mon
day. April 19', at tho Malln cemotory.
Short services were hold at tho
grave. The family havo tho sym
pathy of all in this sorrow.
Mr. and Mrs. Chrlstonson and
mothor, Mrs. A. Tumor, of Klamath
Falls, wore guests at II. E. Wilson's
ojio day rocontly. Mrs. Turner re
mained for a fow days visit with hor
daughters, Mrs. Wilson and Mrs.
Kirkpatrick and tho last of tho wook
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson took her homo.
Tho ladles of tho Helping Hand
society will bo entertained by Mrs.
John Zblndon Wednosday7 May Bth.
P.oy Foglo and family, C. M. Kirk
patrick nnd family, H. B. Wilson and
family arid J. L. Balloy and wlfo
spent Sunday at O. W. Myers.
Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Book are epond
Ing a tow days at O E. Hunt's. Mrs.
Books'lidlplng care for Mrs Hunt,
who Is gaining nicely,
James Ottitman was qui to serious
ly injured ono day last wook wlion
his team ran nwny.
C. W. Bailey was on tho sick list
last week but Is ablo to b out again.
t THE TICK OF TIIK PICTURES
A NEW ONE EVERY DAY
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If. W. POOLE, Owner
HARRY nOREL, Musical Director
The McCIoud River Lumber Camp Story
"THE BRUTE BREAKER"
Don't Miss Seeing
TJio HcnHudonni running of wild rnpltls In a frail canoe
Tho lilfc forcxt flro weno
Tho three big fljclitH in (ho lumber camp
Ana tho views of Mt. Shasta,
One of those funny lion comedies
"LOJDSE LIONS, AND FAST LOVERS"
On Sunday wo win havo America's favorite actor
AVILIJAM FAItNIJM, In '
MATINEE EVERY DAY