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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 4, 1920)
OVKSDAV, MAY 4, 1020
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
No premiums with
Cnmcls all quality!
t STAR DUST
I' "KYK. XVI :, Sill."
THE REX CAFE
IS NOW READY TO RETAIL
BREAD, PIES, FRENCH PASTRY
AND ALL OTHER HIGH CLASS
PASTRIES TO THE PUBLIC. ON
SALE AT THE MAZE CONFECTION
- ERY STORE, PALACE MEAT MAR
KET, THE REX CAFE.
liTHE REX CAFE
CORNER SEVENTH AND MAIN
AT S. F. MAY 12-15'
picking up delegates at Boston, Buf-
Ifalo, Chicago, St. Paul, Seattle, Ta-
' nmn nn,1 Pnrtlnnri Thn ntTior tn'n
SAN FRANCISCO, May 3. Three ;,ralng ,eavo May 5 0ne w, tako
special trains are scheduled to cross the centrai rout0 vIa Philadelphia,
the continent with delegates to the. Cincinnati. St. Louis. Knnsas Citv
national foreign trade convention '.o
be held here May 12-15. In addition
commercial organizations of the Pa
cific northwest are planning to char
ter passenger steamships to carry
delegates south from Seat:le, Tacoma
All three SDecial trains will start teachers In Cnnnnhnppn hnvn to.
Irom New York. The first is due tojeeived equal pay with the men teach
leave May 4 over the northern route, en.
By Violet Moere: HJgjrlm.
It must have been her eyes that
liamed her a case of "Tho Eyea
Have It." Of course I mean Vio
let Hemlng, Parnmount-Artcrnft
star. Just imagine her as a roly
poly, little English baby, with a
soft, fuzzy down of golden lmir on
her round littlo head, and big,
wide, violet eyes staring out at tho
strange now world sho had landed
Tho baby grew up Into a lovely,
fair-haired English girl, but tho
beautiful eyel. clear, long-lashed,
and wondering as a child's still,
suggest her flower name. They
make one long for tho complcto
perfection of color photography in
motion pictures, so that admirers
of Miss Homing may see liar glori
ous eyes in their true color.
Tho beauty of those eyes, nnd
the sweet face that frames them,
proved to be a key that opened
tho first door to fame.
Stage success was followed. by
offers from film producers, tlien
ultimate acceptance of tho Puru-mount-Artcraft
banner as her
fitnnrlnril nnit flnfillv hv n.i Immn.
For many years the women school , diate and' nstataneous hit in tho
title role of tho screen version of
Reward has come in her prompt
elevation to film stardom, and her
first, starring picture Is "Tho
Cost." based on David Graham
Phillips' novel of that name.
ITURKISH & DCMESTlCt
IAMELS quality plus Camels ex
l rmrr blend of choice Turkish and
choice Domestic tobaccos pass out the
most wonderful cigarette smoKe you
ever drew into your mouth 1
And, the way to prove that
statement is to compare Camels
puff-by-puff with any cigarette in
Camels have a mild mellowness that
is as new to you as it is delightful.
Yet, that desirable "body"' is all there!
They are always refreshing they"
never tire your taste.
Camels leave no unpleasant cigaretty
aftertaste nor unpleasant cigaretty odor I
Your say-so about Camels will be:
"My', but that's a great cigarette
Cmmttl ir oW tmymhtr in mtitnUllctltT tM
Pckilof30clintlt f OOnnlt; or Itn m.
JOOcUtnltf) MUtMfln M'',, 'V
Ion. IV unnily ncommntl M ctrlon for lit
kMW of ortlc upptr o' "Ifn fn"
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.
Wintton-SaUm, N. C
and Ogden and the other will follow
the southern lines, touching Wash
ington, Atlanta, New Orleans, El
Paso and Los Angeles. They will
arrive May 10 and 11.
Drug Facts No. 48
Easy to buy and a pleasure to ewn: A Phonograph.
We sell Brunswick, Pathe and Stradivara machines
on easy terms.
Try us for that record that you have been unable
to get, we very likely have it
Square Deal Drug Store
Oh You Potato Planters !
DIP YOUR SEED BEFORE PLANTING
We have the tanks and will treat both you and
your seed right. Or we will give you the formula,
loan you the use of our tanks and you can dip your
own seed. Anyway, come and see us about it.
YOURS FOR CLEANER POTATOES
M. F. Parker
PEOPLE'S WAREHOUSE CO.
Sixth and R. R. Spur
per cont, to 29,317, nnd Kingston,
N. Y., with a decline of 0.1 pvsr cont
to 25.S84. Thirty other places have
Bbown decreases ranging up to 24.2
per cent shown by Stillwater, Minn.
THE HANDWRITING ON THE WALL
IN TEN YEARS
PHOENIX, Ariz., May 3. Co-op-J
WASHINGTON. May 4. Eight I
cities of 25,000 or more population,,
oratho marketing of tho cntlro cot
ton crop of tho United States Is con
templated In a plan being devised by
the American Cotton association, ac
cording to W. S. Stevens, president ( t
tho Arizona branch, tho Arizona-American-Egyptian
naarfttrr rr hlu rnl n-n frrm t li a
out of more than 60 whose census for ,
uui ui uiuio tu annual convention of tho national'
1920 thus far has been announced,'
have more than doubled their popu-.
lation within the last 10 years. Two
have shown a decrease. Kenmore,
O., a city of 12,683, has shown an
increase of 712.5 per cent; Dormont,
Pa., a city of .6,455, Increased 478.9
per cent, while of the cities having). ' ... I
yei "n ... n nas Proved so successful as to war-i
za,uuu or mure pupuimiuu
(hj...... J "'rill.''1'
THOU AT Wl,fiHtD AD Anr
MAY POUNDS SHORT"
association at Montgomery, Ala.
As a start toward national co
operative marketing of cotton, the
various branches of the association
have tried co-operative marketing
this year on a small, scale, according
to Mr. Stevens, and the experiment
1000 I'HKK VOTES KOIt KACII NOMINEE
ELKS' POPULARITY CONTEST
or more population uary,
has shown 229.4 per cent.
Akron, O., is the largest city which
has more than doubled In population,
Its rapid growth of 201.8 per cent to
a population cf 208,435, changing its
rank from 81st city of the country in
1910 to a position probably between
30th and 40th rank. It has passed
Syracuse, N. Y.; Memphis, Tenn.;
Dayton, O.; Nashville, Tenn.; Al
bany, N. Y., and Kansas City, Kan.,
cities having more than 100,000, as
well as a number of smaller cities
ranking above It in 1910. I
Cities ot 25,000 or more In 1920
which have mo're than doubled their
population during the last decade,
arranged In their percentage of
City Population. Pet.
Gary, Ind 5'5,344 229.4
Cicero, III 44,995 209.1
Akron, Ohio 208,435 201.8
Warren, Ohio 27,050 144.1
Flint, Mich ..... 91,599 137,0
Knoxvlllo, Tenn 77,818 114 1
WInsion-Salom, N. Cf 48,395 113.2
rant working out a national plan to
(eliminate middle men and give a
larger profit to the cctton grower.
To formulate this plan, a national
commission, appointed by the asso
ciation, will study the marketing
methods of all successful marketing
associations, both domestic and for
eign, Mr. Stevens said.
A Classified Ad will sell it.
I I. Pt A r f f- IHY KINGDOM tHMI flF B. HI ir .IM-iMfl
1 ft r A K 1 3 D,v,DtD & li if
I The Herald telb you today's new today not tomorrow.
I HEItEBY NOMINATE MISS ?J
OF NO .. STHEET,
AS CANDIDATE FOR THE POPULAHITY CONTEST OF THE
ELKS' SPJIINO CARNIVAL AND CELEUltATION, MAY 17TH TO
22ND, INC., TO WHOM CREDIT 1000 VOTES.
XI Oak Park, 111 39,830 104.8
$; Cities of 10,(!()0 ti) 23,000 Population
Kenmoro, Ohio 12,083 712.5
Eldorado, Kan 10,995 251.4 i
Vonlco, Cal 10,385 233.0
Port Arthur, Tox 22,251 J90.4 I
Richmond, Cal 10,853 147,0 (
Gastcnia, N. C 12,871 123,5 i
Citii-f Duller 10,000 Population
Dormant, -Pa 6,455 478.9 i
Muskegon Hts., Mich. 0,514 403.0
HcoUs Hluff, Nob., .,.. 0,912 295.9
Bromorton, Wash 8,918 198.0
Alma, Mich. 7,542 173.6
Brighton, Ala 3,665 144.0
Chica, Cal 8,722 132,6
Wlnnetka, 111. , 6,694 111.3
Thft two cities of 25.000 nnnnla.
1 Hon which havo shown decreases aro
Nenil or bring nominations to Popularity Contest Manager,
" MADE i KLAMATH FALLS "
Screens . Seats
and Lathe Work
Lakeside Lumber Company '
Dealers in Lumber, Shingles, Cement Roofing, Glass, Cedar Posts,
Wall Board and Builders' Supplies
MILL AND YARDS KLAMATH AVE. AND CENTER ST.
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