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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 4, 1920)
TUESDAY, MAY 4, 1920
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
I PERSONAL MENTION !
Captain and Mrs. J, Siemens
spent SunilaV at tholr ranch In Fort
Klamath. They report tho roads dry
but qulto rough and that Kort Klam-
green and prospects looking ;
bright for a good jear In tho Fort
NEW YORK, May 4 Closo to
200 sanctioned tennis tournaments .
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Sunday morning Mr. and Mrs. It. nr llsle m 'nc nnunl scneuuie oi.
N. Moe, accompanied by Mr. and thQ United btates Lawn Tennis Asso
Mrs. C. R. Bowman ot Chlloquln elation Issued horo today. Eery
motored to Medford. They found section of tho country Is represented
the roads via Topsy grade In ery
In tho distribution ot dates and Indl-
poor condition but the C5reen Spring cations point to one ot tho most sue-
mountain road by which they return
ed in a much bettor condition.
Scott Mills, who for some timo has
been connected with the Crocker Na
tional bank ot Saa Francisco, hns
taken a position with the First State
& Savings bank. Mr. Mills is quite
cessful seasons for the sport In tho
history of, tho orgauixation.
Among tho early season tourna
ments of Importance is tho Church
Cup match to be played at Forest
Hills, N. Y.. May 21 and 22. Unus
ual interest is attached to this Inter-
enthusiastic over the Klamath co'an- city contest between Now York, Bos
try, both its beauty and prospects ton and Philadelphia, because of tho
and speaks highly in his praise of bearing it will have on the selection
tho country generally. 'of tho team to represont the United
Ben Pickett ot Merrill was in tho States abroad. As tho team will sail
city yesterday on business connoted earlyja June to enter the English
with his big sheep ranch in that lo-1 championship and play Davis Cup
callty. J ties in July, this will be the last im-
Dan Puckott of Keno spent the. , portant event before its members are
day In town yesterday. chosen and the Davis Cup Committee
Herman Schmor of Dairy vas a ! doubtless be guided in their se
buslness visitor In town yesterday. I lections by the showing made there.
Mrs. Harry Wilson and llttloj An innovation Is the change In the
damchhter ot -Klamath Agency were aate ot me intercollegiate cnampion
i tt,. .u i,li. nn hnotnou ship which will be held June 2ft In-
Jfiss Kathleen Palmer of North ' stead ot in September as heretofore.
Bend. frfe.. has taken a position In The women's national championship
tho Reclamation office as water re- has been changed from June to Sep-
porter, tember and will be played at Phlla-
. ' t.,.,, vrr.t..,. -,. i. - delphia, dyrlng the week beginning
j i .v t. j.i. j -. f r September 13. A new national event
ployed In the kodak department of "
,, . . ,. .,M .f, for women has been created in a sep-
Underwoods Drug store, expect3 to "
. , ., , ..,.., arate tournament for the clay court
leave In the morning for a vacation
, ,. , , . a r.., titles, which previously have been
visit in San Jose and San Francisco., ' '
'played with the men's events. This
R. P. Breltenstein has purchased , yMr the w0men.8 t,tIea w,n be con.
a modern home from M. R. Doty at tested at tfae DetroIt Tenni3 club the
the corner ot 9th and Prospect fc of June 21( whUe the mena
streets. I event3 take pjace jiy 10 at Chicago.
C. E. Spear, of Sacramento, dls- rh0 men's championship ot the Unit
trict freight And passenger agent of ea states is scheduled to begin Aug
the Southern Pacific, is a visitor in uat 30 at Forest Hills, N. Y.
this city on business connected with ah the sectional doubles tourna
his position. menU are listed except the Iner-
' mountain event, covering Colorado
CONTROL OF WIRES j and Utah which has not been arrang-
, COST U. S. $14,000,000 ed. These precede the national
'doubles championship at Longwood
WACHINGTON, May 4. Opera- on August 16. Tho New York event
CfflLDREN'S HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR
.-. Are Priced Lower Here
has been awarded to the Crescent
Athletic Club. A new event an In-ter-clty
doubles match, has been
awarded to Cleveland for July 21.
tion of telegraph and telephone' com
panies during the war cost the gov
ernment 114,00,0,000 Postmaster
General Burleson informed congress
today, in asking the Immediate ap-
propriation ot that amount to llqul- LANE TO FOLLOW
date affairs ot the federal wire ad- KLAMATH EXAMPLE
ministration. ' EUGENE, Ore., May 4. Lane
g I ... j... . ,-., it, ,-..-
counly la uue tu iuuk nuts u nuns
planted section of Kansas this sum
mer when the 100 farmers, whom
tho Bank of Commerce of Eugene Is
suppljins with sunflower seed, get
busy. Success of experiments with
the'sunflower in Klamath county led
to tho bank's action.
Jewctt has the distinction or o
lng the first municipality of Texas to
turn its city government oer to
women. In the recent election wo
men were chosen to fill pract'callv
3 PAIR FOR $1.00
Good quality combed cotton yarn.' Medium weight
with elastic ribbed legs and flat knit, seamless feet,
reinforced heel and toes, double woven knee. Neat
in appearance and will give satisfaction in wearing.
A real money saver in black only. Sizes 0 2 to 9
Special, 3 pair for $1.00.
Gordon ' .
ROUND TICKET STOCKINGS
FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
The stockings are made from extra long fiber silk
elastic cotton and are made to stand wear and tear
tftey usually get. Medium light weight lxl ribbed,
fgt colers: Colors are Black, White and Dark
B,rown. Sizes 6 to 9-. Price per pair, same as
lasj year 50c
FANCY FLAXON AND DEMITIES( "
OPENING PRICES, 45c A YARD
Those pretty floral, stripe and dotted designs that are
so much in demand for summer wearables. Your
choice of light or medium dark patterns, large assort
ment of new goods to select from, at 45c.
SCHOOLDAY CLOTH, 50c
The domestic section is offering large assortment of
new Spring patterns in Schoolday Cloth, guaranteed
satisfactoiy wearing material. Give it a trial buy
now, per yard 50c
KAYSER KNIT UNDERWEAR
Kayser. Tho name which stands for quality in
women's knit under garments. Marvelfit union
suits, $1.25 to $2.25.
Fine silk lisle with low neck and tight knee rein
forced at all wearing parts, a very handsome gar
ment in Pink and White. Sizes 3G to 4l.
Marvel-fit Teddies. Union Suit. Much in demand,
made from fine lisle cotton with low neck. Sizes
5, 6, 7, 8, 9. Each, $1.15.
Ladies' fine lisle ribbed vest. Largcaasortment of
plain and fancy lace top ; also, plain bodice. Prices
range, 35c up to $1.00.
50 DOZ. HANDKERCHIEFS, SPECIAL 15c
Women's white embroidered lawn handkerchiefs,
daintily embroidered in multi-colors, finished in
narrow hem. A very popular style at a big saving.
7 i'1' V m UTHMOR V1
We alono In this city can soil tho woll-known and nationally ro
spocted WIKTHMOR Waists, and wo tiro right proud of tho prlvllogo.
Thoso mouses aro mado and sold under n unique savings plan which
makes them irrespective ot market conditions, tho lowest-priced
GOOD Blouso obtainable Although cotton fabrics and soma ot
tho other Items that enter Into the making ot tho Wlrthmor cost
four time what thoy did a fow yoars ago, Wlrthmor Waists costs
and sell at $2.
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. N. MOE, Proprietor
city offices. Including tho
J& PATRICK, PROPS.
Beautiful Elsie Furgeson in
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''THE WITNESS FOR THE DEFENSE?
A picture that is up to the usual high' standard
t , , of Furgeson Productions
Mack Sennett Presents
"HIS LAST FALSE STEP"
Two-Reel Paramount-Sennett Comedy
High Class Pictures and Amusements
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
Kolb and Dill in
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR SALE Handsome now modern
'S-room house, closo In, large lot,
Six room house with bath, furnaco
iheat, storeroom, garago, chicken
ya"rd and house, lawn, $3150; Jerms.
,' "" " .,; . r- . r -
Modern 5-room bungalow with sleep
ing porch) full basoment, close, in,
iZVZtt' farm. ' " '
rOR SAL.U Upright Piano, good
condition. Mrs. J. H Hamilton,
cor. Oth and Jefferson. 4-10
WANTED Two men for laboring
work. Apply Klamath Iron & Stcol
Works, or phono 20CW. 4
WAITED Boy 18 to 20 yoars old
to learn tho machinists trado,
Klamath Iron & Steel Works. 4
HOUSES AM) LOTS
Houso and lot on pavement on ship-
'JpingtoiT road; $1250. t
Lots In all parts of tu,Q city. '
"OR SALP or rent 400 here ranch
with modern 6-room house; 160 in
cultivation, a part under Irrigation,
balance pasture. ''
r ALSO ,.
Several Irrigated farms for sale.
-T tna mitk rvTTKnnRiV.
MRS. NATE OTTERREIN,
527 Klamath Ave., Phone 461
If yoaiwaat to' havo u real IaurIi, tlien don't miss this picture,
ATJOTk warn nvu.pici, muvmra
. . f "POKES AND JABS"
fTHE OLD HOMESTEAD" ' " t
VAnht big rcda. This Is n picture you nil know; some of lu beat
lioitio rncea cvr put on tho pcwvji. Sco 'tho fjlrl win bor race.
And a balloon free or oycry kiddlo Friday, Saturday and SuntUy
FOfl SAIiE REAL ESTATE
' Dandy 120 acre ranch', 'only 10
miles' from Klamath Falls, on dally
autq stage line. 65 acres alfalfa, CO
acres plowed; no better soil In tho
valley. 115 -acres Irrigated, 2 good
wells, 4 -room plastered house, barn
and douto granary. Better hurry
because-tho price Is only $90 an acre
7-room house, closo In, on paved
street, 3 rooms newly furnlsnod com
plete; 2 baths, 2 toilets, 2 sinks, 2
lavatories, fireplace, garago and
wood shed. This Is a flno proposition
for some one who wants a nome witn
a gopa jncome. i-nco uuiy ittuv;
J. T. wauw a uu.,
125 North 7th Street.
FOR SALE Housohould furniture
and Ford car, 826 Mt. WhUney
St. Ask for Duko at Jowol cafo. 4-6
FOR BALia Young and full grown
, rabbits 741 Walnut. 4
ALFALFA jOR SALE 65 tons, 9
miles from Klamath FalW By ton
or aofljtj price right. For particu
lars address , J. Puokott, 4-C
'DOES IT PAY 70 ADVlRTISn?
Wo'n any Itloeb"
Klamath ftubbor &, Leathnr Co,
Guaranteed vulcanizing, tubo, re
alra, Sturges' tiro aolon. Cut the H.
C, h. and et good honest work, at
1120 Main Bt
If )ou want one of thec houses or
loi better buy It today.
'Jhiec-room sliinKlcU house with
bic lot, at $800; term.
Sew mid modern four room phvst
crcd liouso nicely located on pact
incut, in Kd condition, at the low
price of $2500;tcrm.
Moflcrn live room pluNlcrcd house
nicely located on pavement, at 9-750
on very easy terms.
Dandy live-room phuitorcd house
ultli Meno Iwscmcnt, plenty of built
In work, big lot, only two blocks
from Muln'Ht., at &1000; tcrnut.
' Oood clghtroom plastorod liou.se
on big corner lot, Htone foundation,
oqlytwo blocks from Main Ht., Reed
neighborhood and flno view. Price
Good six-room house with bath, big
lot,'liudo trees, closo In, at a bar
galn'pricc of $4000; terms.
Three lots in Second Addition, on
corner, 'at $350, on easy terms.
Good lot In Fali-vicw Addition, at
$300, on easy terms.
Two lota 50x80 ft. lots In excellent
location at $800 cash. .
Cornor lot on Crescent Ave., ROx
178 ft., at $000, on easy terms.
Comer lot In Hot Springs, 50x150
ft., at $750, on easy terms.
Corner lot 75x80 on pavement, on
ly ono block from Main at a bargain
nrlco of $1000. ..Fine location for
Main St. lot 25x150 ft,, at tho low
nrlco of $1250, on easy terms.
Illg level lots in Mills and Harrow
Addition, at $150 and up, on terms
of $25 down and $10 a month. Lib.
crty bonds taken at par on Mills Ad
dition lots. Just mo piaco to put up
a tent If you can't find a place to live.
CHILCOTE & SMITH,
033 Main Phono 00
if cheap. Box
WANTED A pressor
man. D. and M.(
VOTE BY MACHINE
WASHINGTON, I). C., May 4.
Students and faculty mombors of
Oodrgo Washington Unlvorslty horo
havo rofused to Join tho overall
wearing campaign to lower tho prlco
ot clotheSj bocauso it tondod to
boost tho. prlco of overalls for tho
worxing mon. 'inoy nave gono tuo
overall woarora onp bettor and, Inci
dentally, havo touched tho rock bot
tom of common senso by forming an
organization whoso oath of member
ship Is to "wear my clothes until
they fall off."
DES MOINES, la., May 4. Too
day of the roll call for tho voto of
tho mmnbors of tho Iowa houso ot
, Tiii'Hr STUrTS r0."ro80ntnllvos 'V81, J10"" "
Tho mnchlno cost $18,000. Each
roprosontutlvo will ubo a llttlo con
trivance on his desk. A light on his
desk will show him how ho votod,
and an olectrlc light on a, largo
board nt tho front ot 'tho chamjior
will show tho public how ho stood
Legislators mny voto as rapldiy
and In any order thoy pleaso. Whon
compioted tno rosuit Is Hashed to tho
speaker and clerk by an oloctrlo con
trlvanco, and for pormanont record
a photograph Is taken,
A Classldod Ad will soil It.
CLARINET FOR. SAL)
Dim n (int. low nltch Conn Boehm
system Clarinet, with rate, muBlo
lyro, Bwuh, clonner, and about 18
now roens. wspn ivo raomu om.
Harojd V, Vygant, 101C Row St,
FOR RENT--Furnlsli'3d room foi
gontleninn. 1149 Pine Ht. J-'j
WANTED Manto wort on ranch,
Thone 2C3J. 1-7
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A NEW ONE EVERY DAY
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The Circuis is Coming to Town!,
is coming with it, in
"THE MERRY-GO-ROUND" i ..
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The Sunshine Comedy je
"WltP WAVES AND WILD WOMEN'r
COMING SUNDAY 'THE CONFESSION"
"A story that will live forever,"
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