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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 18, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
IT, MAT It, II
MEETING SEASONABLE AND
THAT N n hank' oMIgntlon, to community nnd In riM
turner, lint, the povdlilllty cMh for the loannhU
fumN nt n bank to booiine tlctl up nt a tltuo when moM
ncolnl unlciw there, tc n afp nml Miro outlet (or It
Anil Hint l cxnrtly the mhnntngc made pilblo nt the
1'lrM Nntlnnnl ll.uik by our Mrmbc lil In tin- IVdi'inl
: FOB MEMBERS
SAI.KM. Oro., May 18, (Special).
In recognition ot tho Impending na
tional campaign for 1,000,000 now
members lor tho American Legion
of which Otiigon'a quota lit 40.000
Governor Hen W. Otcott yoa.erday
Issued tho CollewlntCproclnmmion:
Stato of Oregon
"MADE IN KLAMATH FALLS"
and Lathe Work
w First National Bank
TO THE PKOPLK OK 011UU0N:
J My attention linn been directed to
'tho fact that ilurliiK tho wok irtnii
(May 1? tc May 22. ItHtnlve, tho
American Legion will carry on n
,drlw for new members. This Is to
bo a nntton-wtdn drive, In which It Is
(xpxeted that over a million now
Jmomlwrs will bo cnroltcd. brltiRlnR
the strength ot tho organlrntlon up to
' two ami ono-half million. This Is an
object which 1 trust may bo 'carried
. , hinl.1v iik.uiI ill rnnrlllulr II
m t reKon. as wen a i tho nation at;n,xv
Lakeside Lumber Company
Dealers in Lumber, Shinrjlcs, Cement, Roofing, Glass, Ccuar Posts,
Wall Board nnd Builders' Supplies
MILL AND YARDS KLAMATH AVE. AND CENTER ST.
, We Arc Handling
U. S. Government Meats
The best meat you will ever eat .
Help Uncle Sam dispose of his war meats
Cor. 3rd and Main St
SAGE TEH KEEPS
Report of the Condition of
THK KLAMATH STATU HANK
It Is a matter of prldo on tho part
of every good American cltltvn,
wh"ther or not ho was In tho sarvlco
during tho tato war, to sco tho mil
lions of young Americans returning
'to civic pursuits and Joining In an
organization which has for Its solo
object and purpose the upbuilding ot
me woiiare oi mo u ..., ''nVHKN MIXKII WITH Kl'LI'lll'll TO
has beer.uo apparent during tho llfo uitlX(SS tyVK ITs IHIACTIKfl
Jot the American Legion that l Is an i.vstIU. AT liM'B
orgunltatlon built not only on sound- ' " '
est lines ot patriotic endeavor, but 0ray . homem bnndl0m,. de-
thin It Is an organisation made up of n0M ,drandnf . Ve know th
men who aro earnestly and dctormln-, . . . w,)U,i,fUi niwearance
, atcly carrying out tho principles of, your j,alr Is your charm. It makes or
, the constitution and tho laws of tho; m.r. lhp f.fe wh.n )t tniitt, turn
& U 0
Vote 302 X Yes
For 4 Stats Road Bend Limit
at Klamath Falls, in the State ot Orjygn. the close of bu.lnew May 4. 1920 UnUca SU,M mnd of tho conitlutlo ry tUtlkMt Juit , f.
Loans and discounts ........
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured
Beads and warrants
Faralture and fixtures .........
Dae from banks (not reserve banks)
Dtw from approved reserve banks .....
Kscaanges for clearnlg bouse
Cash on hand ....
Otaer resources .
I of Its own order.
applications of Sate Tea and Sulphur j
Total To avoid discrepancies the total should be footed).
Capital stock paid In .M..MM.M...MM...M.M. .........
Barplns fund ... .. ..
Uadtvlded profits, less expenses and taxes paid .......
ladlvldual deposits subject to cli:k' . . .......
Caaaler checks outstanding ... .. .. .. ...
Ortlfled checks .
Tlae and Savings Deposits
1.0S4.S1. The American Legion has tunc- .nhanccs Its iDncurance a hundred
s'ioo'79't,oned ,onK cn0UBh t0 lnow beyona fold.
"7J073173 1 tho shadow of a doubt, that It Is to , Don't Hay gray! Look young'
3.019.56 i be a wonderful power for good. Klther prepsre the recipe at home or
104,953.02 throughout the land. For that rca-1 get from any drug store a 50-cent hot-
,'li2"5 1 ! son all American citizens will bo glad tie of "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur
" 3.20 1 1 M ll rcw ,n membership and to Compound',' which Is merely the old
flourish. time recipe itaprovea ry tne aouumn
i, i. i,h nitfnr irt t mar lend of other Ingredients. Thousands of
t oo oo " endorsement of this office to the ' folks recommend this resdy-to-js
I Kisooioolplan of "American Legion Week" I Preparation, because It darken, the
. 2.557.91 J when, during the dates I havo men- "air o.auuiuiiy, u-i. ur ...-
. oiu.osu.oi ,inni.r! h mlirhlr mrmborih In more. . posnoiy i
344'os!ment Is to bo put forward. I ear- "' nd
..JSS.U3I . innnr nl
nestly urge an uregonians wno navo,
Total (To avoid discrepancies the total should be footed)
Wat or Oregon, county of Klamath, m:
I, Ida B. Uomyer. Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement Is true to the best ot my knowledge and belief.
IDA B. MOMYEK. Cashier.
Correct Attest: J. A. Gordcn. C. F. Stone, O. D. Burke. Directors.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 17th day of May, 1920.
(Seal) It. C. GROESUECK. Notary Public for Oregon.
My commission expires Jan. 18, 1924.
the welfare ot their country and their
state at heart to give such assistance
and co-operatlcn to the men ot the
American Legion as will aid them In
making this movement the magnltl
Scent success It deserves to be.
Very sincerely yours,
HEN W. OLCOTT.
WANT TO I'CT BAN
ON TIPPING HABIT
receipt of a living wage, there i no
excuse for tipping at all," said Mr.'
I Hodge. "Probably tho greatest move
LONDON, April 24, (By Mall). forward would be for the government
John Hodge, a Labor member of to make tipping Illegal, punishing
parliament, has declared himself as both the tipper and receiver,
opposed to tipping and says British
positbly tell, as It darkens so natur
evenly. You moisten s
sponge or soft brush with It. drawing
this through the hair, taking one
smalt strand at a time. By morning
the gray hair disappears; after an
other application or two, Its natural
color Is restored and It becomes, thick,
gloisy and lustrous, and you appear
NOT1CK FOIt HUH
302 X Yes
3SHALI.OT TITLi: IS AS FOLLOWS:- --
coNnnt'Tiovu. .vi.Nivtr.NT-M.ifeJ w a. rt.
LIMIvation or roun etn cint
I J Ik.
TJ in,. u.l C.inn J , I
AMt..i lb. MU U .11. II vM.U.fOl-14 IM' .fo.l,ll
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i I M tfpt . ( i , (,. ii, . ( i f ? y
inl. " tOti .' . . . ai , ,- r'Vt'h-ll;
NO PROFERTY TAX-HO Dl.tECT TAX
NO INCREASE IN AUTO LICENSE FEES
NO INCREASE OF GASOLINE TAX
Keep tlic.c throe fact in mint!. The prr&cnt ntito lice;uo fem nnd'
gasoline tax will py both li-.t- princinil ami ir.trnst on hit lliu Imiitin
under tliis atnenilinent, a:iil will ytiltl n aniitnl urplus Ix-nldca for othcr
itate highway work. No ndilitionnl tmu'.ion of any kind.
, FEDERAL FUNDS MUST DE MATCHED
Oregon mutt litivi! rufliciit.t Hu'liwsy Punla to u.ntrli IVilrrnl rppnrtlnn
nirnts cr Orniiin rum.ot gel tl Ui.ifu nf lV,lil noiny fur Un kii l(o!.
Iiurrating this eoi.ttitutioi.al liit.it is a i.rrri(y. 1'i.iin lm.it n InerrsM-d.
jnlur state roaiN rarr.ot r cei-pleti'lfer man)' tunny jvorn, or inut biliiiul,rlJ
by direct protMrtv tat.itioti. Tll ii.iMUrinv(t direct p-opcrlv tuv (or stata
highways and maLu tarly complvtiun )Ktib:i. I.rt't gi t ilia roaili built uuw.
iKtat tram PiiiibI Sturtct !o9tii:t le Pty ?tn:',: ui laiiruL
Th frt that rpurt fpm iii llf In tl r--JIli,, !li.",:l ttfilt'"inr.
w a... ir .. . bt m.u iiini.&i anu ili.iiii.h iri. a. .
Il BUI, t'4Ril. l. niftt, tj rrv ircftrri ru
T1 tw in lM,iir U4b III' rlvl nj tLl.mt
Ir IM C',ll I'sniJ i. i. nift
Ctamliu tft, UU, ruWully
IIh. Ufl,. litnKiiil lib Irvr.r tun
miir i runii'ini,imrU'
workmen would like to see an end
made of the custom. But tho onus,
The first woman certified public
countant In California Is Miss Hcr-
Aldrlcb, ot Los Angeles, who
employee. "Today, with the read- has Just received the C. P. A. license
Jvatment ot wages and all workers Int to practice.
Sealed bids will bo received at tho
Klrfm-.h Pn.t. Nfn. 8 .1 It. r,.. "ICO OI tne COUniy cierK up 10 .,ijr
..... .... ., , ,3 1320 f)r th(j f00W,nK IW,H.
ular meeting last Tuesday evening t0.wli:
laid plans for vigorous co-operatloni 1st. Par 6,279 rods, 32-ln. woven
In ,n .into ramnglni tnr ,nnmlir.' Wire fenOngl tOD lHT tO 1)9 No. 9
V ..... 1 a. I . . ,A ,l... ......-.
'wire, allium iar .". ', m;. ,ma-f
imedlatu wires to conform thereto
........ .A ........... Mna.. mm. I ... n rt I
I mum km lll.l,i;a UI'U. l. . WW ...
1 No. 11 wire, with all necessary
O o!,aDlM' ....
fnil. ill, 'jus rutin narirvii wiru.
ll t, , flat lal (Maf, l.l. ka ,. -Mil t .h.t Ihil ..a.k, ..(.a ,..
Klo Um, ln iih. mui -ill iim ril U'xlli.l 1,1 .,1 h ,ljrp ut l,J
Tut It.!t..i T.U, l'iic(.t.Vurrl it. ir !JjiDJUn,i.l t
OIirOON HOD AND DCVULOPUL'ST AiOC!ATION
t.LlS.rVn.IIIllulrTl. (( ftl. n,.. I j-.m (icu. I f.idi
Caa-.i(n ll--J-)v,M.;s III W,nrr.ii Ii.iiij, ,iii.U,Ui,m
VOTC JC2 X YES-ror 4 State Road Cond Limit
ship, and expects to add many names
to Its muster roll this week.
k adds, la on tho employer, not the ttia L
AT THE THEATERS
U. S. GOVERNNENT
This beef has been selected by the war department
from the best of middle west grain fed steers
THE KLAMATH PACKING
is distributing this meat and will furnish any lumber
L companies m meat markets wishing to handle same.
j. nis, meat; is nanuieu unuer government regulations
and to be no profiteering.
The following are a few of the people who have
already applied for their quota of this car.
Pelican Bay Lumber Co.
Algoma Lumber Co.
Modoc Lumber Co.
Lamm Lumber Co.
Pelican Bay Boarding House
Nip Bros; Lumber Co.)
Chlloauln Lumber Co.
I." K.' Kesteraon' Lumber Co.
1 Jf:J. Stelger w ' '
C. B. Otoy
Sprague Ilivor Lumber Co.
'Parker and Hamaker
Chlloijuln Mercantile Co.
Liberty Market '
Rex Cafe -
Club Cafe '
A masterpiece of Maurlco Tour-
neur'a directorial genius Is "Tho
Broken' Butterfly," a screen dramatl
I zatton of Marceno, Pcnelopo Knapp'n
j famous story, rcaleased by Robert-
son-Colo as a special.
' Mr. Tjourneur has, with a suro
gra-p of essentials and a aympathet2
le brush, delineated In glowing plg
ments an Idyll of lovo and pathos of
"Tho Broken Butterfly Is an In
tensely human and absorbing story
j which has lent Itself readily to trans
, formation to the Hcrecn. It permits
at artistic handling, and In Its flnalo
develops a tremendous psychical and
Tliu piullmlnury scones In tho
ruKged reachos of thn Camilla wooiIh,
whero meet for tho first time the
handsomo young composer nnd. tho
lonely wolf, Marcono, who hat novorj
known a friend, and who finds her
trim knight In tho udmlrlru: and
thoughtless musician; tho gaiety nnd
'color of tho carnival In tho Rlvluru.
, with glimpses of tho hluo and imnllt
Medltteranean; tho shaded pathways
framed by lnurol nnd palm, and tho
amlllng throng of. mcrrymakora on
marblo stairway- and cool quad
'ranglo, aro happily contrived as fit.
ting background for tho saddenod
steps of the romorsoful composer
who cannot forget tho dream love of
No more touching Interpretation
has been given the screen than Low
.Cody's masterful and cympathetlc
handling of the composer who erred
through excess of love arid thought-
lessnesi.- '" '
medium, with necessary
3rd. 6,700 cednr or Juniper posts,
6 Inches square and 8'.. or 7 ft. long.
Ith. Bids for construction of
r,279 rods of fenco, posts and wire.
Pouts 18 ft. npnrt with two wires to
bo stretched tightly and firmly fast
ened to posta with staples In u work-Z
illumine manner. .
f. tli. Also bids will ho received'
for material and construction of tho I
above specified fence, snld fence tOi
tm nlnni? Ihn ritiilA hfchu'riv tintu'ramiT
Klamath Kails and .Merrill at placu
or places to be designated by the
Bids for 1st, 2nd and 3rd must
specify dato ot delivery. Bids 4 and
6 must specify dato of completion of
Five per cont of tlM amount of any
or all bids must accompany the bid
or bids n h tho caso may be.
Illds to tin opened Mny 31, 1920.
Tho Court reserves tho right to reject
nny or all bids.
Ily order of tho County Court.
C. It. DeLAP, Clerk.
According to travelers who havo
lltcd among them, come of the most
beautiful women In the world aro to
b found nmong tho natives of tho
Cannibal Islands, In the South Pa
cific. Tho women nro beautifully
formed and very graceful, their skin
being tawny llki that of n whlto man
who has been deeply tanned by the
According to an old belief n wo
man who rend tho marriage service'
through In Its entirety before her
marriage was fated to dlo a spinster.
Lady Astor, M. P., Is spatuor for a
new I'Iiiimiik" Hill by which It Is pro
poned in prohibit thn Importation In
to the United Kingdom of tho plum
age of any bird except that of os
triches and cldor ducks
If you are troubled with paino ox
aches; feel tired; havo headache,
indigestion, insomnia; painful pass
H of urine, you will find relief In
The world? etandard'rsmWy for kidney,
liver, Madder and wric ecM troubles nd
MstJenal !UfBdyf Hollas staca MM, i
Ta.se sjaaa, all drsaftats.
THE REX CAFE
IS NOW READY TO RETAIL
BREAD, PIES, FRENCH PASTRY
AND ALL OTHER HIGH CLASS
PASTRIES TO THE PUBLIC. ON
SALE AT THE MAZE CONFECTION- .
ERY STORE, PALACE MEAT MAR
KET THE REX CAFE. ' ''
THE REX GAFEi
CORNERSEVENTH AND MAIN
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A ClMtJlltd Adiwlll Mil It;
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