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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 12, 1920)
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WXDftESDAT, MAY 18, 1M0
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OHEGON
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4th July Celebration
MASS MEETING, CITY HALL
FRIDAY EVENING, 8 P. M.
For Klamath County All Industrie., Factories,
Union, Farmers and Citizen Invited.
Let lis have a real Fourth of July celebration this
vear. Wild West Rodeo, Racing, Circus, Parades,
Bands, Dances, Mcrry-Go-Round and Carnival
Attractions. Everyone come and lend their
assistance to make it a success.
UNDER THE DIRECTION OF THE BUSINESS
MEN'S ASSOCIATION AND ALL INDUSTRIES
ni IV YOUR SUPPLIES FROM
T ! her household effects moved thoro
Jek ltan. who recently purchaa
pd the fwsnon Uarber Shop at tth
Bly Mercantile Co.
The Largest Distributors of Ranch and
Camp Supplies' in Eastern Klamath
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PERSONAL MENTION I
K. Qullltch has purchased the
MammuUi sublet on Wl Mln
street and WTll" wreck, tho building
and replace with thru modorn cot
tages, Mr. anil Mm. K I.. HUhtmoIr
ipent tho day In thn city jestorday
Tim flnUhlnic tdud c are bring
added to the now (ho room bunga
low which Charles I'onart has Jut
hml Imllt for a homo at tho corner
of Eleventh anil Lincoln
M. Dahncr. toronuu ot tho Doak
ranch was In town ?ctonlay on but
new for the ranch
Mr anil Mr Al (loulil have re
turned from Mcilfonl whew they
ipent the winter ami haw none W
l'ollcan Hay camp where Mr (loulil
has been emplo'ed Tor years.
A carload of furniture haa nr
rhed and l being Installed In tho
Central Motel and It Is evpectcd to
bo open to I public wllhln n fow
Charles HM-ip has moved to his
homo recently purchased on South
Mr A Allison has purchased a
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noiMti ankA HwHMMicmw
' FOR HOI.IllNIt RKMhF
WASHINGTON. My .
Boldler.wllef legislation, depart-
Init radically from all .ropola
tofnre th " '"' Mx0'
duced In tho senalo h) Senator
llorah today It proposes to
mnkn available 1300.000.000
durliiK the next 10 year for
loans lo all honorably dlscharg-
HERE ON MAY 22
An examination will be held tier
May 33 by the local cMI servlol
board for tho positions of clerk and
carrier In the Klamath Falls post
offlco. There aw plenty of opening
nml successful applicant. ' certain
ot ImmedUtO empto) ment
The entrance salary Is virtuall
$i:00. as tho rogulnr pay Is 1100" a
y.ar and a bonus of 1500 l due at
Applications for tho eamlnllon
III be received by Heorge mimm
riRST CI ASS AUTOMOBILE WORK
1 ?! J- KIND THAT STAYS FIXED
FxillE : BATTERY STATION.
TIIERF IS NO BETTER BATTERY
r" MADE THAN THE EXIDE.
in ')'m Main St.
..- n.. ll1n l'iiiii. of the
home on 3e -nd street and Is having icMCo bo.trd. at the local pot
MOUNT UK1 NKW8
and Man streets, has received hlsj c,yJc amj T(i (irfjth and Mrs
furniture and Is moving lo 1003 ,rs 0frm ,,utnri ,,t v(.k from
Rose street. 'Ashland where they were called by
Mrs Catherine Wright hit oldjlh( mn,. o (heir father. J. II. Orlf
her home on Lewis streot and Is J fitti. They left him Improving,
rnovlnc to a now home recently pur- joun, i ichool closed Trlday
chased at 25 Eleventh street. ,or ,he rrm
l)r Taddes Is spending a few days, ,. n . tisltlni his son. Ira. on
Inlown from hit summer home tt,,h MPrt r0ad
Kagle Hldge. Mr irown. ho )ut purchad lhl
Mist Maude llaldwln has purchas-1 Wft rnch ,ll(, JtJi trJ,,.,, hp ,,..
01..V...IL th llaMwtn hotel on Main' . . - ... . ,i ... ..ii
-- ' cam nuuie on mo wr-ni iu
trt- ' will move In soon.
Mr and Mrt. V A. Weltt and son I M
left this morning for Stlem tnd
Portland, expecting to be away for
the remainder of the week.
The Central Auto service
erected a neat office on Sixth street
between Main and i'lno, which will
be great convenience to thn public i
Thov will have a waiting room and i
I parcel checking room where the
4. wants of their patrons will be looked
2i after without charge. '
I Three Northern California munlc
Ipalltles have recently elected wo
i men at city clerks.
There will bo a meeting of fit i h-.i
'r4uls Episcopal guild tomorrow af William
Finds Life Too Easy;
Stirs Up Trouble for
His Own Love Affair
It takes something smashing to
wake up a fellow horn to a feather
? Itenioon it 2-30 o'clock afthe home'Thornn
cf Mrt. O. D. Uurke.
iuu-UTj-in.n-in-inn-r-1 ' "" atwaMaa
WEDNESDAY AXD THTIISOAY, MAY 13 AXD IS
William ItusMll In
"IT KOMAXCE KOAD"
The ttory of a love affair which ran too smoothly, thuntcd to the
rocky road and became entirely too rough
Rote E. Cookmtn wat granted a
I. decree of divorce from Kddle Cook-
man In the circuit court yesterday.
YOU ARE THE JURY
Itusielt as (Iregory
rich man's son. bound lo
marry Marta Mllbanko, the prettlt
Kin in ino wuriu. uiKUTorcii inai a"
had won her too eislty In "I'p Ito
mancn Hoad," his latest Mutual
play. He wanted to fight for hrr
Bo when war broke out he lit Into
a band of spies and contrlvnl to "
his fsthi-r-ln-law's warnhoutn from
destruction by coppering thn spy
Ifrar thtTnitlmony of KUursalh KalUj came
I'eople aad Decide (he face
Of course pretty Marti was mixed
Doan't Kidney Pills are on trial course.
are being tried every day for weak flrit on tn Job
achet. What It the verdict? Iteadj won hu wlfe b' 0tlng. as he horl
Klamath Falls testimony personal i ' ""
In thn affair, and equally, of
Orrgory profited by b"lng
The society man '
HOW GERMANY 1'UT OVEFI ITS CAMPAIGN OF INTIMIDATION
Fait fighting, hard hitting "0111" Russell on the trail and in the den
of a gang of conspirators Don't fall to tee this picture of tbrlllt
Alto, "THE MAX WITHIN'
Storuie Turn Mix
experience of Klamath Kails wit
nftia ThMrA rn h nnlv rinm vnr.
; did i chorus of approval.
I Henry Smith, carpenter, 108 Main
: !St., Klamath Kails, sayt: "I have
used Doan t Kidney Plllt off tnd on
for a long time and have always
found them to be a reliable kidney
remedy. Mr back ached and oalned
at timet and I had a toreneti just
over my kidneys. My kidneys didn't
act right, either. Doan't Kidney
Alto Good 2-rccl corned y "SECRETS OF THE BEAUTY PAIILOH"
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
The Missionary meeting of The
Emmanuel llaptlst church will be
held Thursday at 3:30 p, m , at tho
home ot Mrs. If, A. Urlmet, 173a i
Melrose, In Hot Springs addition,1
Our tubject Is ' Central America
frnm fhn llintlaf finrv ill .
nm. .i.. ..ii.-.. ...-. 1.1. . ,u: : r. :-- --.... n .
i,tcb iSHOiail IUB llUUUf, lUDIinVllf.fi.
h..l...l... If, BM an.. t.la..a h.ab.1 I
U..HIICI i4. HUU IUJ UlUUVl WVrUI
put in goon order."
Price eOe, at all dealort. Don't
ulraply ask for a kidney remedy get
WANTED Plain or fancy sewing'
by tho day at your home; reason
able. Address ilox No, 7, Evening
Doan't Kidney Plllt the tame that.'"""" iz-16'
EXTRA BIG BILL
"TTriR. r rv -tg W IB.
l3j&Jr zjJ (mmouilrlcnm(jic!urs
Cbas. Ray in
' 'THE HICK"
'tad the Carter De Havens in
TEASING THE SOIL"
Mr. Smith bad. Koster-Mllburn Co.,! ..,- c. .- ..,... ., ! T
NY i'u anisr viuic. .tieai range in
I .n.i .-...I .. .
wiiiuiiiuii,. uiris, price ten
dollars; Ford touring body and fend
ers. Phone 3iS. 12. 13
FOH BAMi Harley Davta "s."clsl
bicycle, Al condition C24 North
8th St. Call between 2 ana 8 p. m
Domestic and Imported
Now on Display.
FOH SALE Hot water tank and
ttind, good as nw. C24 North
8th St. Call between 2 tnd 8 p m.
WANTED TO IIUV Second hand
range, drainer or chiffonier, rugs
nnd chain. Phone 'JSIt. tf
For iti'mt reliablo plain tuning,!
lenvo onleni at Kbunntl, !,, nlr
Houw?, laa Olli Strict. I2.16
St. Pauls Kplsconal finiiri win
meet tomorrow afternoon at 2: so at
"" V '" " i'. H'lrke, cor
ner of 3rd and High streets. 12
Perfect Fit Guaranteed
CHAS. J. CIZEK
518 Main Street
FOR SALE Furniture, Prices rea-
.5?.n.'bl0' 222 Dow Ave., Mills
Jmt one 1 mow homo that I can
Have two more undor conatru.
ciloo. partlct wishing to buy a now
?o T,? fln1 U t0 ihelr lentigo
to losk these up. Any reatonablo
cbangei mado without cost.
1 211 Cretcnt Ave.
Durlnr wnrblttv hnn.. t .
found In tho wnrV. at i.ur.
If the Wood Dealer
n 1I1 ' "II f'i'rn'' Hp '" ,r',,c' " "' "44
Well. .HIM " " """' tUirr ",J " "' -. 1-
..ui.i ir.i '. )r !. -r;'.'""'.''!.! "' "
u tlrii the fle. o wuuld but mli MM.
v . ..... i,.. .,. 1 1, llr'-'i tll"-tttti 1" tr - i-t k
rurrrni u C..II.MMH- Hut !- srfsl.t. I. ref.lSHl few ;u b, Um
roiiipaii l the sul-lall-ns and lir fUsila,
Thai U wh' r "" '" '"' '" lflctH ri. It Is Ike
arm of ttiU impi ' '" "'""' " tUflrU M4nm.. j,
mailer wi U l. ) ' 'l,r. ' ' tslUfW U(
jour bill ur ib n urluiiil "r !, U ttiu la iw
ui it write b alul II.
If )uu tir an) tuggrtlluns In nwkr, we Mill glxtll atall .
rhe f llirm ' l" "l " Hir twil U
)um fl (be iletrlupmrwl of lw and Imtoaa aNIHj frmM.
Western Floral Shop
I u I kV m
tJi. VOL' mvi: THCM
W. itinw that, and so
that ;ui4 will o our floe.
ers too They are to
quUll'l tvaullful In toiss
a4 rvlor, they ba r
wondsrful fragrant ta4
talBllnsM, that (bey wwtU
In or the hardeet hrart.
Our (lower shop is a Ihlag of
l-auty jqst now oto ail
One Hudson Speedster.' "
One Buick Six.
One 1920 Chevrolet
One Ford delivery truck
t Mist Cora MllUr.mantlonaJ ts tkt
KKlal column of The Herald Moaiif.
In connadloD with the Patamore
crt to U given hre at aa atrtf
fdat. it a Chtloiuln girl lotttad tfi
j Klamalh Falls girl and alte&d4 M
IMary't academy In Medford aal
.graduated al Fort Klamath latitat
let the local high school,
! Clll'llCH OF THF. MCRI'J) HUM
I Tomorrow, Thursday, Feait ef Ue
Atcroilon, a Hotyday of obllitlloa.
j masses will be held at o'clock u4
I o'cltKk Evanlng davolloM
T 30 p, m,
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Keep your eye on your girls fellow
Lew Cody is in town in
"THE BELOVED , CHEATER"
Anil the, ,- l0., f,1,,r thmp wlfc lfitU
On Friday only the great Na.imova in
"OUT OF THE FOG"
llavM&i !ooutcir.r.,jni,,,r,r1 ,hu y .
uchfoFt,0,Wwuiir!Mt w.ri".how jt Jz
Saturday Matinee and Evening William KuhII in
.... a-nWLiN HlGHWAYMAN"-ajil lt. clever J
MATINEK KVRRY DAY
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