The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, May 10, 1920, Page PAGE EIGHT, Image 8

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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
PAQB EIGHT
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DUXBAK AND KAMP-IT OUTING WEAR FOR MEN AND WOMEN NOW ARRIVING AT K. K. K. STORE EXCLU
SIVE AGENTS NEW STYLES IN KHAKI, WOOL SERGE, CORDUROYS IN ALL THE MOST USED STYLES IN COATS,
RIDING BREECHES, HICKING BREECHES, SKIRTS, SHIRTS, LEGGINGS, PUTTEES, 'HATS, ETC JUST THE
CLOTHES FOR YOUR OUTING, AUTO, FISHING AND HUNTING TRIPSSEE THE LINE AT
KKK STORE -Leading Clothiers and Hatters
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SHOE SPECIAL THIS WEEK MEN'S FINE DRESS AND
BUSINESS SHOES TANS. AND BLACKS LACE AND
BUTTON SPECIAL PRICE OF:. Jt .
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X. T Zclglcr, veteran-' driller and
Jt well eipert, accompanied by
Herbert Barry; left thla morning by
anto far Fallon. -Nov.. from, where
tta latest oil discovery l replied, i
Tier arc provided with a camping
oatflt. -
Jin and Mrs. T. II. Foley of Bend
ant tit Klamath. Falls today en route
to Pa.adjna, Calif., for a summer va
cttlon. Mr. Foler Is manager of
Toe Dead Light A Vatcr company.
Bn iay that Bend is sharing tlio
day In town shopping and on bus
laess. I
Mrs. D. Harrington and Miss
Christine Davlsoa, accompanied by
tbelr mother, Mrs. Ella Carr and
David Wordcn, motored to Cbllo
quln yesterday, to apend the day
with their brother. Earl Davison.
Mrs. Josjo Bailor left last week
for a visit of two weeks with her
daughter. Miss Lucille Sherman,
who Is attending school In' Tort'
land.
Mrs. U D. Sutton of Midland un
derwent a serious operation yes
terday nt the Warren Hunt hospital
and will be confined to the inttltu
general prosperity to a high degree! Pa for lwo or lhrea woeW,.
and crowing. by leaps and bounds,
ifrs. Pc,rcy Evans returned Sat
urday, night from- Berkeley, whoro
iHt! was called sis frocks ago hy
e lllncis of her sister, Mrs. Mjrta
3fnddoi, who, pas nod away about a
O. A. Slearns Is laying the foun
dation for a four-room houre at tliu
corner of Second and Jefferson
streets,
J. H Knapp, special agent for the
Fidelity and Guaranty company of
week ago., Death wasj'cause.l from. Baltimore, und who is making n trip
a Hcrroua breakdown. Mrs. i:van,( throughout Oregon looking over the
-a, .u .aV17 q, ncures oj territory with a view of making any
lends Jn tho Joss of hor slrter j needed Improvements, Is in tho city
Mrs E, KocksQ Olcne, spent thn calling on tbo local offlco hero. He
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Mary Pickford in
BEHIND THE SCENES"
A Paramount Picture
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PRAISES CiTY
"Klamath Falls looks mighty good
to me. Yuu arc duinR moro building
than any city in Oregon oaisldo of
Portluud, except Anuria," said B. N.
tit rung, nrslatar.t mnnaccr of Oregon
I.Uo lntturancu company, who la pay
iiik u Visit to this city. 9
'I nnto a wonderful rhango since
.11 l.w.t vmii li. tiio l.til wlun as a
homo ftl Yraka to Join her htisbaud j member of tho d. I Al nn of the
la accompanied hy Mrs. Knapp who
Is much delighted with this section
of the northwest.
J D. McCarthy, who has boon in
the city for. the past two weeks In
the interests of the Burroughs Ad
ding Machine company., will leave In
ibo morning for Sacramento. While
hero Mr. McCarthy made arrange
mnt for a speed contest to take
plaeo among tho employes of the
banks in this city. The contest wilt
take place sometimo In June nnd tho
winner will be presented with a lov
ing cup by the firm.
Mrs. U. H. Edmonds mid two chil
dren have arrived fiom her .'orni'ir
ho Ik connected with the iitdillo
Mountain Lumbor company. They
will makn their home at .U Eighth
street.
Mr. and Mrs, Everett Hardenbrook,
Mr. and Mrs. Byron Tm-il, Mr. nnd
Mrs, Frank B:yant, a. W., Ernest
and Fred Nltchelm went to tbo lava
beds Saturday returning last night
and thoy report an enjoyable and In
teresting trip.
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Lorenz and
daughter returned Saturday night
from soveral weeks In California
points.
, She eevld bavo (bo mere abe had utrnjcxled and fought for, or aba
could bare love. Sbo cosUdat take bothf it was one or the other.
Cone to aee the plctare and dedde" wbetlier she did right la rejectiag.
Abo, THE BETRAYAL OF MAGGIE"
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TODAY
Elsie Janis in
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FOR UBEHTY
H. ff, Peel got back from San
PPranclieo Saturday evening. While
mere no pnrcnaaea an American
Photo-Player that gives oil the ef
fect of a full orchestra. It can bo
played Ubar mechanically with
rolls or by am Individual operator.
The Instrument will be here In. three
or four daya and wilt be Immediate
ly installed.
Mr. Poolt also let the contract
for the big organ that Is to be usod
In the saw Ljborty Theater when
his bqjldlng la erected. It will tako
about six mpntha to secure delivery
on the organ.
Many .special featuro films wore
Also booked on the trip. In fact so
many big pictures wero secured that
Mr. Poole says It will be nocessary
to show aotn of them during the
week,' in addition to those shown
on Saturda and Sunday.
While Harry was absent entirely
on buslneM and did a lot of It, bo
was not top busy to tako a brief
look around. He says they've
taken aj the frisk out of Frisco.
WaUTKER REPORT
Oregon TonlBbt and Tuesday
fair, colder in the oast; heavy frost
in morning, westerly winds.
j AT THE THEATERS f
The Inimitable, Mary Pickford has
a delightful characterization, that g,f
an 'actress' In the Paramount drama
of theatric Jl lire. ."Behind the
n$eno," by Margaret;, Mayo, which
will be shown at the Mondale Tho
atre tonight.
I'ortlauit Ch.ii.i..T of i oiimii'rco wo
wero so .royally entertained by tho
cltuvO of lu.t el,.
"Juat beforu luivlng Portland I
heard favorable rumorn regarding
tbn utciilcm of lln mllroJd south
Of Build. It Is alleged tint roads have
como to an agreement and it Is said
tho O. W. & It. N. will pull up their
tracks up tho Deschutes canyon. 1
also understand financial Interests In
Portland bavo promised anststanco
If tho roads will uso this equipment
In extending tho road south of Bend.
"In my eleven years travol over
tho state I have nover seen such uni
versal prosperity. Our buslncea has
beon phenomenal. .In' 1919 wo wrote
more than ,660,OU0 worth of la
aurance In Oregon which again puts
us In the lead In thla state by a large
margin. So far hi 1910 wo have ex
ceeded our wonderful record of
1919 and I aee no Immediate let-up
la bualnesa of atl kinds. We Invest
all our funds In Orogon except Lib
erty bonds, putting money back Into
tho community where we get it."
Mr. Strong la here to make a new
agency connection for his company.
Mr. Nepveu, former district manager
here to connected with the company
in Portland, having beon advlsfd to
remain In a lower altitude on ac
count of Mrs. Nepveu's health. Mr.
Strong la staying at tho Hotel .Hall
while In the city.
FOR RENT A small cabin, furnish
ed. Inquire 1438 Fremont and
Dolores, Hot Bprlngs. 10
FOR 8ALB IIOUHKH
ll-room, doe In, I6&0U, easy
term.
10-rooms, 4 unfinished. G500
g-room, close In, I4&00.
7-room. partly fnrolh"1( 14100.
room, now, only 14100.
6-rnom, nice location, 13800.
C-room, very easy terms, 12150.
4-mom, on paved street, $7 GOO,
4-rootu, good by at $1700.
Bomo terms can bo arranged on
all of tho abovo.
ALSO
Beautiful 40x10c to alloy lot nn
9th Kt $1200. This Is tho only va
cant lot mi !ttN Kt. fur sale,
J. T. WARD m,
US North 7th Street.
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O. K. H. MCICTINU
FOR H.M.K REAL KHTVTK
Fine ISO acre ranch, no better soil
In rounty, nit fenced, all under irri
gation except about C acres where
buildings are located 05 acre al
falfa, &0 acres plowed, 4 -room plast
ered houmt, good barn, double gran
ary, 3 good wnlU Come In and let
us tell you about It The price Is on
ly $U0 an nens trm
J. T. WARD O).,
IIS North 7th Street.
10.11
FOIt HAI.K quality nno.l Potatoes.
Call Waters and Crane Hunch,
phono 19F1S. 10-1S
FOll HAI.K Groom modern house,
Hoi Hprlngs addition, furnished or
iinfurnlshiMl. Iloaaouable terras to
right party. I'liono 23011. 10-14
micro will bo a rogular meeting of i
Alohn Clinptur, O. K. H.. Tuesday
nvniilng, May 11, 1920, nt ft 00 p in l
Initiation Visitors wilromi
EFFIB H. CIIASTA1N, W M
10-11
ALFALFA FOIt BALK, d tons, 9
miles from Klnmntli Falls, By
ton or stack; price right. For par
titulars address 1) J I'urkett, Krno,
,Oro. 10-12
W. O. W. ATTENTION
lingular meeting tomorrow 4Tuee-
. duy) night, west hall I. O O. F.
! building. Feed follows meeting. All
FOB HAI.I-; fi-room house, larro memlwrs urged to attend. We need
lot, good garden, nice lawn, gar-1 your counsel on Important affair
ago and 'Wood shed, noar paved
street. 961 Hose St. Price $2400.
Bee owner for terms. 10-16
FOR SALE Household furniture;
bed, dresser, table, chairs, stove,
etc. Inquire 82S Mt. Whitney St.
1011
A Classified Ad will sell It,
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
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FOR 8ALH
One C-room furnished house, lot
40x140, price $1600 on terms or $2,
000 cash.
One C-room modern bungalow,
furnished, price $3760 or unfurnish
ed 13600.
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Several good residence lots, In
good locations.
ALSO
, Farnm of all sizes and prices.
"4h MRM. NATE OTTERIIKIN
917 Klamath Ave. v Phono 461
Klamath Fall 10-11
FOB BALE or wilt rent to roliablo
party,. now four room houw. 1447
Worden Ave. 10
FOR SALE Bocond hand utovo;
good usod dln'ng tulilo; two chairs.
Inquiro 934 Ninth St, 10-11
NOTICM
, I wish to, fbank each and every
one that waarso klnd..and willing to
gtfv a hand 'In helping to save my
tore in the Are on the morning of
May 6th.
There waa great and noble work
doae by each and every one, and too
much praise cannot be said of the
Merrill Are department.
Thanking you all once again, I re
main very truly yours.
THE WHITE HOUSE
R. H. Andercon, Prop. 10-13
pending. Visiting 'neighbors wol-
come. By order the counsul-com-mandor.
(?. K. BnANDENUltnn,
10-11 Secretary.
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WONDERFUL
A. Oaaavrr. Havni one gallon la
very threw or money bark guarantee
Found at 806 Mala Ht.
W. H. ROSS
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LqrT'-lfnlted 8lito Cord TIm with
v rim. Blzo 84-4. Itefum to 639
.Almoda. . Reward,
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FOR SALE1 Willow baby buggy, as
good as bow, 961 Jloso St.
10-16
LIBERTY THEATRE
THE PICK OF TnK PICTURES
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A NEW ONE KVERk DAY
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II. W. POOLE, Owner HARRY COREL, Musical Director
TONIGHT A "DIFFERENT" PROGRAM
"OUTLAWS OF THE DEEP"
A thrilling story from the official records of William
J. Flynn, Chief of the U. S. Secret Service, and
THE AMERICAN WAY"
, A comedy-drama starring Dorothy Green
TUESDAY "
Sparkling Margarita Fi.her
"CHARGE IT TO ME"
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COMING "THE BELOVED CHEATER"
MATINEE EVERY DAY ,
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