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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 11, 1920)
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TOE SVyMINQ tiroat KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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,1 PERSONAL MONTlOfn
A tew reasons why you should rbto
fnr Johnson for president, In the
ftmi nlace Johnson Is a western man,
born and raised In tho west and
kaows the west as do probably. Very
fawjmen. If the Interests of the west
are to be "protected In Washington
we must hare, a western man there to
protect . them. Tho greatest Amer-
!) that erer llre'd made the follow-
fat-statement about Hiram Johtuoni
, "la Governor Johaaoa wo have at
it whom crrry vfol I snado
' teed-ay tho deeds ho ha ilnst. i
' masi wboaa tbe-hed of a great
amr. haa M-aatlrallv applied In
tfiat slat ft ftie bcnellt or Uk
people of that stati thn prlnrln'
whicfe we Intead to supply through
oat the CnJon a whole, mo
have aomlaated the only type of
man who ever ought to be nomin
ated for the vice presidency: we
hare nomlaatetl a man ill at tne
mesaeat to be president of the
Culled BUtea." Theodore Roose-
, ..Tclt at Chicago, 1912.
Senator Hiram W. Johnson Is unl
rersally recognized as one of the tew
xien un'der serious consideration for
.1 the presidency cf the United States.
V Notwithstanding his residence In the
7 -'tar weat. bis record or Driuiani pun
lie senrlce and his courageous per
sonality hare made him a dominant
In the absence of any nation-wide
-organisation to promote hla candl-
:.4acy, there has been a spontaneous
aad Insistent discussion of his natno
I very section of the country. Indt-
t eating a widespread popular appre-
elation of hla pre-eminence in those
"etrasg qualities of character and abil
ity which will be essential in tne in
.tare administration of the highest
fflce In the land.
Bora in Sacramento. California. In
llll, he Is sow. at the age of 53, at
1 the height of his physical and Intel-
leetual powers. He comes from good
American stock. He was, married In
. .KIT te Mlts-Mlnale'McNest. of Sac-
K rsatsato. and they hare two sons.
f Mraai W. Johnson, Jr.. sod Mayor
.h"i Arearsaw M. Johnson.
t v Mlrsat Johnson's political career
- ' bagae Ja 1110. when " ha..was elcetod
terernor of California-. Before that
time he bsd earned statewide repu-j
xauoa as a great lawyer, a. young
aa then, his rise to the top or his
profession has been rapid, due solely
te his ability and Industry.
'During Oorernor Johnson's Incum
bency not a whisper of scVndal wss
-. directed at the state administration.
Ha set a standard of rigid honesty.
- sM it the outset eliminated erery
L affMal whose record did not meet
-" this test. The men whom he ap-
Belated to office were of th? highest
, eharacter and ability. The; estab-
uhh a reputation icr efficiency and
'jf preMty which has never been excelled
la. the public life of the nation.
Like erery constructive statesman
who accomplishes results', Johnson
v-was at first denounced blterly. But
, -J1 graduslly his genius for practical
.Vcareraaieat compelled the admlra
. tiaa'of many of his most critical op-
Boaeats. In the great body ct his
, ' osaatltuents he won a tremendous
f- Mstaltrtfy. This wss demonstrated
t 'tareeriktag fashion " by the' record-)
.. breaking r.ote which be received)
... waea. In his aecond term aa corernorJ
wMslep for election, Jo the, United
,i"T iutas aeaate."
.. Wjt aeed 'arery rote in Klamath
.. i.,aaty.lf, we.stao swing thls.eteo-
vr.tiaa for Hiram Johnson. law
J nieaeyed rote we win not get. Hlraa
" ' "Joaaaon. is not a moneyed man. but
we e expect to get and we will get
iae rote or. tae -common people." the
rote of ereryoae who Is Interested in
eelag a man elected who cannot he
"(at by the big interests. You be
thera at the meeting oa Wedaesdsy
Bight at the city hall and do your
Mrs. Ted White has mored her
millinery store which hss been oc
cupying 'a room In the White Pelican
Hotel to tho store next door to the
. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Shatlock left
Sunday for a motor trip through
California,, touring Yosemlte valley
and-other Interesting points' In tti
Golden State. Mlsa Constance Shal
lock who has been attending school
In Oakland during the past yesr.wlll
accompany her parents upon their
Mrs. Ira Orem returned from Ash
land Sunday where she was called
some time ago by thpiserlons Illness
ot her rather. Judge Griffith.
I.. A. West has sold, his ranch, In
the Ml. Lakl district to Mr. tlrown,
a recent arrival from Oklahoma. Tho
I consideration Is ssld.,to be f 125 per
acre and the transaction was strictly
Mrs. Fred Noel has purchased the
magnificent home of D. W. Ryan at
716 Jefferson street.
By Right Bu3rinfi;
ClItCUlT COURT NOTrS
James F. Loper baa Bled suit
divorce from Mada Loper.
Winter M. Knight Is aeeklng a di
vorce from Beeele.. Knight.
Fred L. Houston has begua suit
against Daniel L. Gordon and other
heirs ot Barsh A. Gordon to quiet
title to lot S, block 39. original town
ot Klamath Falls.
The Injunction suit of Inn California-Oregon,
Tower company against
the Keno Tower company baa been
Margaret Bchoashla waa granted
a divorce from Ouy Bchonshla.
. In the eaae of the city ot Klamath
Falls vs. H. W. Poole. Involving ap
peal from sentence cm a speeding
charge, the court ordortd supple
mentary record 1o be scat up from
the lower court.
In the suit ot L. M. Lsngley
against the German Amer'lctn bank
ot Seattle to quiet title to land In
11.39-8. plaintiff was granted the de
cree prayed for.
' WEATHER REPORT
'e.VH'"' by that we mean and .we urge upon our cuatomerw to Imjn
''V'' V v';ki loodt. with real, sterling value the
...' V'l '; ", y: eneible, practical styles garments afhd materials which make
wi -; iti ivc ns wen mo appcaiautci nv aiv vuusHii'uriiiBj ui
'every department to feature merchandise of just this character
at prices which mean real economy.
ORECOM Tonight, fair and
warmer, light frost la morning .la
LEW CODY SAYS
Take them In your .arms.
Look lovingly in their eyes;
Bresthe pretty words In their
And tbey'lltall kiss
From babies to grandmothers."
At The Liberty Wednesdsy.
Crcat nations are made
ly great men and great
nen by the processes of
i Kht thinking, right do
' - and right living.
1 hp world is' facing a
rries of crises, and our
n en and women should
e moved by right 110
ivea else we shall fail
in the hour of our coun
. try's need.
History records endless
falls of empires upon
the rocks of luxury and
extravagance and so
we recommend to the
people of thif city and
community the thought
ful practice of properly
We urge upon all the
study of the thrift pro
gram being introduced
into our schools the
understanding of bud
get systems of house
keeping of every econ
omy of the proper con
Our country needs today
the best thought of every
one' of ..our .men and
women in the solution of
H. N. Moe.
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Suits of Better Grades
Suits of Practical Worth,
Suits of Modish Utility'
Reduced to Four Prices
Fine, distinctive, supreme-valued suits such as a woman cherishes
as the very choicest part of her wardrobe for street or better wear.
All of those splendid Poiret Twills, Tricotines, Velour and smart
Oxford, mixtures those suits, which were formerly priced up to
$110 has now been reduced to one of these four sale prices.
$39 - $49 - $59 - $69
STYLISH BLOUSES AT ECONOMY PRICES
A group of our freshest, prettiest blouses proclaim in a most
satisfying and alluring way that rtally. attractvi blouses art' not
necessarily expensive; Just read of these and then com and
view them. "
At KM n
Pongee Blouses with long
sleeves, several collar styles
a fine heavy quality.
'An exquisite quality of Broad
cloth Silk in pleated bosom
Tuxedo-styles, with fine pleat
ings on collar and cuffs. I
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR RENT Room for
Call 81,7 Main.
GALVANIZED IRON CHIMNEYS
Made double with a two-Inch air
space, aate, durable, easily Installed.
We make them at 102 Main at. L.
K. Haines. H-tt
All Coatings in 3 - Day Sale
A' wonderful opportunity for home sewers to save on
the cost of making 6-inch coating requires from 2
to 2V-J yds. "for short coats, and'3' to 4 yds. for long
coats," depending upon the style and fullness. Our
Dept is 'at your service for high-grade coating.
Velour 56 inches wide, strictly all wool grown and
woven in Oregon. Special Economy Sale price $5.60.
Imported Two-Tone Tweed, and Cheviot Blue, Tan
and Green colors all wool, 56 inches wide. Special .
Economy price $3.50; . , ., ;
40-inch j Printed Cinderella hest quality, regularly"
$6.00. .Economy Sale price-, $f.50.
36-inch Cotton Back Satfhs;,niany beautiful patterns
to select from. Economy.price.$1.98.
.. . . -. . . .-. ...
FOR SALE From 1 to 5000 cedar
posts for sale. J. L. High, Dorrls.
Cal. ' 11-H'
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room,
furnace heat, phone and bath.
Phone 435. 11-tf
A Classified Ad will sell it.
FOR BALE Twelve of the very best
lota In Mills addition, near the
new school, at a sacrifice price of
$2750. A pleasure to show this
property. Chllcote & Smith, 623
Main St.. phone 66. 11-11
EXTRA BIG BILL
Write for samples.
We prepay all
H. N. MOE, Proprietor
'Vitit our Baby
complete in Oregon.
FOR SALE White sewing machine.
In good running order. Price $12.
Phone 478J. 1M3
FOR SALE Big hesry logging
horse, weight about 1600. Box 6,
Herald once. 11-14
ROOM FOR RENT for two gentle
msa. Phone 260J or call 701
uv?' -1 "THE HICK" ,' :
, , tViCJ t a l sMdtthe Carter De Haven, la
; I Mi,;ju-'"tt t ut
im l ifwk
TEASING THE SOIL"
FOR BALE A tew pieces of house
gold furniture. Inquire 131 High,
phone 466. ll-ll
T. B. WATTERS
621 Mala PhoneHOM
FOR SALE Good four room house
and big lot, close to depot, at the
low price of $1200, on terms. Look
at It today. Chllcote A Smith, 633
Main St.. phone 66. 11-12
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice la hereby given that the
undersigned will sell at public auc
tion to the highest bidder for cash in
band, on Saturday, May 20. 1920, at
2:30 o'clock p. m., ai O. K. Ltrerr
Barn, Sixth streot, Klaraath Falls,
Oregon, one blsck Jack, aged about
eight years, weight about one thou
sand, pounds, to satisfy my lien for
the board and ssre of ssld animal,
from February 7, 1920, at the rate
of $'16.00 per month.
Dated May 11, 1920.
11-1 $-25 M. J. NYHART.
.MACCABEES ATTENTION ,
The regular meeting If the Wo
men's Benefit association of the Mac
cabees will be held May 13, 1920, at
the Library hall.
11 Mrs. Willis Johnson, Collector.
A Classified Ad will ssll It.
LEW CODY SAYS
"I can win any girl I can kiss."
Soloman must have fait the
same way about It hat they
trained mothers-in-law better
in those days. At The Liberty
The White Pelican Millinery Shop is now
z located at 1194 Mam -street, next aoor to tne
I and a Wg lot of straws' wfch have jtikJtrTived;. i
fi , , -. w'afc "" X
MRS;' TED WHITE.
I - 'Optlr evening! until 9 p. m.
m pick ov!thk picrimas
A NEW ONE EVERT DAT
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