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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 5, 1920)
WEDNESDAY, MAYS,? 1DS0
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
FIRST AS USUAL -- Now Watch the ReshrfTm
"J ' , US
Union Clothing Store
in the County.
UNION - MADE
;M!;;SOME PEOPLE SAY THE WORKINGMEN WONT STICK. I DONT BELIEVE IT ! ! i HAVE DONE
MY SHARE-NOW DO YOURS. I DIDNT HEDGE; I TOOK MY UNION .STORE
T PERSONAL MENTION I
y1 ; : o
'U P.'.E. Hlnkloy left this week for
fcfo;'ltfon Cal., where he will undor-
' fb-'.'jCp .qpe'rHtion for the relief of a
I Oire "",'
or more, chlotly visiting in Washing
ton cities, has returneil and taken up
quarters In the city hall as a volun
teer member of the fire department.
C. M. Douglas, former Southern
Pacific station agent of this city is
here for a few days from Dorrls
as been agent at that city
g here. He Is on his way
- trptp the east to take positions at thewhere he h;
ffattett'Hunt- hospital. ' since leavin
..ffoHty -Wilson, .former fire chlef to California points for a hrlef vaca
wb has. been away for six months tio.n.
Three nurses have arrived from '
the tast and have taken positions at
the Warren Hunt hospital.
Ross Nlckerson. proprietor rf tlio
lies cafe, lfl this morning for San '
Francisco on business connected with
further Improvement of Ills rcstau
Charles Parker has returneil tn
his position nt tho Bootery after a
few days' illness at hi3 home.
Mrs. O. A. Tlioma of Merrill was
'(in tho city yesterday.
WHITE OFF TO SIGN I
UP VAUDEVILLE ACTS!
T-. ; -
1 " .HIGHEST STANDARD PRODUCTIONS
'J,v- TERWILLIGER Jt PATRICK, PROPS.
.V. " " '
' Beautiful Elsie Furgeson in
' "THE WITNESS FOR THE DEFENSE"
A picture; that is up to the usual high standard
' v , " of Furgeson Productions
Mack Sennett Presents
, "HIS LAST FALSE STEP"
TwofReel Paramourxt-Sennett Comedy
"Ted" Wlilto, who has had HO
years of experience as mannRer and
purformor In vaudiville, has been
tent to San Francisco by the man-
1 aRument of the Mondalo tbeatro to
; comiilcte urrunKoments .with miin-
agors of two loading circuits to
'secure tliolr vaudevlllo acts and pic
tures for tho local theatre
It Is Mr. White's Intention to got
IOO LATE TO CLASSIFY (,"r ''" (,w'r '" ''vo samo by
,.ww....... . . wwsy I laying eliarRcs. Adolph Cackn,
HUtinATION MAN want'od; pbon J.'iljlf!: Ll
:,ti3' 5-7itMtCK BKItVICH transfer: nhonn
FIMINISIIKI) ROOM for ri.nl. l!r?l V I
stl1- ctri MOOSE BENEFIT
tho high class acts. He has an np-
The game of billards Is all tho : pointment with tho manager of tho
rage among English women at pres-1 Pantngos circuit and also with tho
ent. London has scores of blllard ' Loew Brothers circuit, and expects
ATTHXTIO.V MAHO.VH '
Klamath Chapter No. Itr. will lipid
a special communication Krfday
May 7. 1020. Work tor bbniri.
. ii.. . o ,. ... ,:r '
i'iihiiihij ui o i. in. ju visiting
jromnanions welcome, lly ofirdc E.
II. P. J. K. DRATTON, Soc'y..
halls that cater exclusively to tho
patronage of tho femine cue devo
tees. These parlors aro equipped
with greon-cloth tables of regulation
size, oxcept that they aro slightly
to concludo arrangements that will
permit starting local vaudeville with
in tho next two wooks.
. Tho Mondalo stage is holng re
modeled nnd will bo in readiness
than tho usual tablq for tho when tho first troupe arrives. Tho
convenience of tho women fr0nt of tho building la rocolvlne a
fresh coat of paint.
V. II. Keexoo Is to remain manager
NOTICK INVITING PROPOSALS 0f the tbeatro and will have chargo
TO PURCTIAKK KKWKK 110NDS i of all pictures booked.
. Sealed bids will bo received by the ctapf rII?ET"T' TCI
Common Coiwicll of tho City of IAUt UUCl IKJ
S.M L.0" ""VLS10?: SUSANVILLE, RENO
the hour of 8 o'clqck p. ni. of said
day, at tho City Hall In tho City of
Klamath Fals, Oregon, at which
tltno and place proposals to purchase
will bo openod and considered, for
the purchaso of ?T)0,73r..0O City of
Klamath Falls General Obligation
bonds, payable 20 years from date of
issue, liearlni: a ratn of intorcst not
fto exceed 0 per pent per annum, In
terest, payaoio semi-annually, princi
pal and interest payablo at tho Oro-j
con 1'iscui jjKuiiuy ill niiw
FOR SALE 1 Chovrolot, . choap,
somo terms. Bnaulro at Auto
Sprlng'works, south Sixth St. G-.10
NOTICK TO HTOGKMRV)
All bids to bo submitted for,ho
lease of the Long-Doll tract of thijbor.
nuiut(iu muinuiii aim jacKson cqun
tlos must be in tho hands of tho un
dersigned hoforo May 10th, on which
dato tho same will bo forwarded to
tHe company for final doclslon,
fi-7 JACKSON F; KIMBALL.
Pi --.--- 1 1 1 tn, Treasurer of said City ns deter- 8tag08 nrrvo
High Class Pictures and Amusements
. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
-- is -Kolb and D1I in
A stago service to Susaavllle, Cali
fornia, connecting thoro with stages
and trains for- tho lumber town of
Westwood and aso with stago and
S. P. for Reno. Stago connections
nre rando at Susanville for Alturas,
Adln, Fall RIvor and McArthnr.
Tho stages leave Klamath Falls
from the City Transfer company's
York, office Monday, Wednesday and Frl-
three trips weekly.
irn Tllnoflm Thiirnilair in n 1
tttlnnrl r itn niirnltnant nnil flirt " ' M ,u
Common Council. These bonds nro ' Saturday. Tho lino as far as DIeber,
to bo Issued tn denominations of ono Cal., Is under the management of
.thousand dollars ($1000.00) each, Webb Pinnoo of this city, and from
'and to bo numbored from ono (1) to , ,,, , , , ,,,,
Came to my place C miles oast of
Merrill, ono bay colt, 3 years old,
branded r. N, on left shoulder, one
DANCE. MAY 7
Tlio Miiimi) lodpii of Klnmuth Falls
la to gvn an enturtnlnmcnt and dancn
on Friday nviinlng, May 17, at Hn
hnll.. This will bo a bonoflt enter-
tlllllllll.nl. Ilin nrnrnnrln rnlnp tn iU
luowojot a uaceasen tnemuer, who,
with1 hW" little family, la In deotl
tiitn straltn In Canada.
A special attraction will ha inter
jmlatnVdurlnV tlin evening's dancing,
by tho girl studontn of tlio high
school, who will ropoat tholr dancing
and aesthetic exercises, given a short
time ago beforo a large audience, at
tho opera house. ,71
A t'ommlttoo of Mooso Is working
hard to mako tho affair a succeni,
and the advanco salo of tickets )
very gratifying. Tho iiiiibIo will !a
provided by tho Mooso Jaw. orchestra,
which is an assurance of success.
Tho ontortalnmont committee Is as
follews: Will Lee, chairman; Qeorgo
Oglo, R.,H.,8owoll. ..
THE PICK OP THK PICTURES
A NKW ONK EVERY AT ' 1
II. W. POOIiE, Owner HARRY BOREL, Musical Director
!flfty-ono (fil) Inclusive
I Said bonds nre to be issued In pur
' suanco of Ordlnnnco No. 498 of tho
City of Klamath Falls, Oregon.
Bald bonds aro to bo Issued for tho
purposo of Installation of a Sower
System In lie territory known as
Mills Addition of suld city, In accord
ance with tho plans, specifications
and estimates of' tho City Knglnoor
on fllo In tho ofilco of tho Police
Judge, of said city, Kacb proposal
y KyoB.waat to have a real laugh, (lien don't mlas this picture.
)'"? ''. AliSO TWO ONE-REEIi COMKUIKH
'. : "'; "PriKTf; AIMn I ARQ"
' 4- Jt
.js- v '
THE OLD HOMESTEAD"
f' 4jtd i alfTn fpee for. every kiddle Friday, Saturday on Sunday i
to Susanville It Is operated
by Long Brothers. Tho distance to
Susanville is about 187 mllos and Is
covered In two days, tho overnight
stop being at Biobor. The faro Is
Tho promoters of the lino expectj
considerable patronage this summor
from followors of tho lumber Indus
try, moving hetwoen the big mills at
to jiurchaso said bonds must bo ac- Westwood and Susanville and trlbu-
nJSrien'f!!anrllnrnnltni H,?" tW Pnt8 and tho local mills and
of tho amount of, proposal, cortlilod ,, ,, . ,
by somo responsible bank payablo to ca'ni,s- ra Journey Is a round-
the city of Klaiiroth Falls. Proposal about trip from Susanville via Reno
must bo sealed and endorsed (pro-j to Sacramento, thenco to Klamath
posals to purchase Sowed .bonds.) -Riaii. ,i , 1, i ,-i ,
Said boAds aro to bo sold for cash! I"alIs' "nd tho fare ,s noar,r thrM
paid down at dato of delivery, Tho.tlmos t,,e stnBe fftr.'
Cpmmon Cpuncll of. said city to ro
servo tho right to roject any and all
proposals to purchase said, bonds.
Dated nt Klamath Falls, Ore,,
April 8, 1920,
Signed, A, L. LEAVITT.
Tho University. 'ofNew Zealand rn
tho first within the' British-cnyilre to
.rocognlze women's; Intellectualmraal
ity with men by granting them degrees.
Gladys Ilrockui'll III
Our usual Wtookiy Klnograii)
Tho visual liewfl of all tho world t .'.
And the clover DovIIuvciin lit 11 (?npltnl Coined)
tIllll Russell piillN HomoVof1 -
4THIS HERO STUFFJ
Tlio screen nensiition of tho year
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