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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 18, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, PRECOMA -'
the Central lfotel, Main nnd
. Miss Amy D.nrnenl and Mtsn Hnttlc
Jones, of, HcjiOi Nojr,, aro horo on n
visit with Marlon CJitrk, foreman of
tho Klnmnth Lmnl)r & IJox rnm
pnny nml family. Mrs. Marlon Clark
nnd Mis Jones tyr) elslefe.
' John Moore, Ilrltlsh Columbia Um
bo rm a n, arrlrer last night tor n visit
with hi. brother. W, II. Moore.
Whllo here John Monro will look In
to Klamath county timber nml other
property with tho Idea, ot locating
here It he finds the right opportun
ity. ft. M, Young, for sixteen years an
employe, ot the Portland pcstodlce,
has been transferred to the locnl of
Dee"; a a clerk to assist during the
present shortage ot help. Mr. Young
ipecta. to remain hero permanently
ui Vlli bring his family ,hero as
r mob as he can tlnd quarters.
K. C. Cqpetand has pnrchased the
kerne at the corner ot 2nd and I'lne
from J. A. Houston which was for
merly occupied by Fred Soule. Mr.
Boole will more to 82S Mt. Whitney
M. t. Johnson left yesterday
moraine for a business trip to Sin
A. C. (linger haa sold his 160 acre
ranch on Sprairae rlrer to L. H.
Laarltson of Port Klamath.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Salve motored
up from California points where
tber spent the winter, arriving Sun
Mrs. Robert Darls Is enjoying a
Trtait from her father and mother
from Wenatchee. Washington.
Mrs. Parrlsh or Lakevlew. Is In the
city on business for a few days.
Victor Palmer of Dtiasmulr Is vis
iting his sister. Miss Katherlna Pal
mar tor a few days,
Mr. and" Mrs. Zlm Baldwin ot
Lakevlew aro In the city tor a few
aya trlslt with friends and relatlres.
They wilt return home tomorrow
and,' will be accompanied by Mrs.
Baldwin' mother. Mrs. W. A. Leon
ard, who will spend, couple of
week swlth her daughter. '
The chief Industry ot Abyssl'nfa Is
the breeding of cattle. ' '
Ninth slreet., will tw-bpeneil to the
public this evening. The opening ot
this hostlery will greatly relieve tho.
great scarcity for rooms that has
been existent here tor several
months. There will be ready for use
tlU evening .sixty-five rooms. To
this will he added fourteen more
somellme within,, the. next; ten days,
to bo followed by fifty more during
the next few weeks'.
The promoters of this enterprise
hare centered nil pt their efforts, on
giving to tho public a clean, "sanitary
room, furnished with tho best bed
that money can buy. The springs
are the best made by thrs Simmons,
company and It Is claimed to bo su
perior to anything ot the kind In the
city. The mattress Is a .35-pound
silk floss. The bedding Is ot tho
same high quality, the claim being
made.that money cannot buy a bet,
ter-bed,-than that to be found In the
The manager of the now hotel will
be J. J. Keller, former owner of the
Keller Cafe, His assistant will bo
Harry Dwyer. formerly with the
First State and Savings bank.
White the rooms are all ready for
the guests, the same Is not true ot
the spacious lobby that Is to be used
for the convenience and comfort ot
the patrons. The furniture and
equipment tor this haa been delayed,
but temporary chairs, tables and
desks will be Installed to care for
the Carnival crowd.
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A new industry has Ven Introduc
ed at Milan, Italy. It consists In tho
manufacture ot collars, cuffs, cigar
ette and other boxes, carpets, purses,
furniture coverings and a variety ot
other things from waste leather
cuttings, which has hitherto been
Don't forget the Pie Social at
Spring Lake 'tomorrow (Wednesday)
evening. - Come and bring a pie.
Be it daughter, sister, cousin or friend we have the commencement re
membrance which will please her most. It awaits your selection at this
great Store of Quality.
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When SHE Btcps to tho front of
the platform to rocoivo the
"sheepskin" her sweet daintiness
will not reveal all of tho low
hours spent in hard study for the
Neither does a mere newspaper
advertisement tell of the real
values and pleasing scrvico to be
had at this store and made pos
sible only through long years of
experience in buying and cater
ing to the people of Klamath
However, our stock of late
Spring and Summer wear for
women and misses is now com
plete offering values we are J
proud to display. J
Chief among, the Wednesday attractions will be PHENOMINAI
SALE of WOMEN'S and CHIDREN'S HOSIERY.
It is nothing less than a real opportunity to save some money.
Thirsty buyers will be instant to take advantage of savings so
apparent. If we were in the market to buy these hose today we
would have to pay more for them than our price to you. Women's
Cotton Hose..... 3 pairs for SLOO
These are from regular stock of Women's Ribbed Top Out Size
Hose, made with double heel and toe, extra good wearing quality,
regular 50c value today, for Wednesday attraction we offer !J
pair for $1.00.
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SEE HERO AL, IN A GALE OF FUN, MAKE THE
ANCIENT MARINER LOOK LIKE A
Let's Go Where Everybody Goes
To the Mondale Theater
The well Iosowk comedlaa, Victor Moore, In the great circus picture
la tlw Mst aeautatloaal circus picture ever made real circa on
tfce sew smii aU eosucieaca Ma avJde wr flra coaaedv
Oeorge HiaawUw, the maa tht make the acoordima talk
marothy Far. treat at the
amt 1W White fa all the latast Ulai
hwi alkw U tosni That's what they all aaf
OwaimMj TlMsswaWPy tagms VaaaWfttla
Short Lengths at Big
Saturday was a big Banner day in our short
length Economy sale. We realize the ladies
of Klamath county are with us in fighting
the H. C. L. but we did not expect to see
them so enthused with the wonderful bar
gains we are bffdring in our short length
Economv Dent. We secured hie quantities
of these goods from Marshall t leltl & Co.
in Chicago and if you have not supplied
yourself, do not put. it off any longer, they
are going fasf,. v w
Children's Black Hose-3 Pair for $1.00
They are for boys and girls, made from good clean
cotton lxl rib and have three thread heel and toe and
double sole. Sizes are from G to 9.
Special, three pairs for c . . .$1.00
H. N. MOE, Proprietor
iTOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
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KOR BALK One 8-room house on
; Jefferson St. Has toilet and bath,
connections; fine view; terras. Call
or write 'Hoi T, care Herald ofllce.
FOUND A small sliver mesh btl'rso.
I -Owner can havo same by calling
fat the Herald office. Identifying, and
paying fOr this ad. is
FOlt SALE First class saddle. In
quire H 25 Crescent Are. 1S-2Q
,I)8T Craak for a Kelly truck.
Finder return to Western Trans-
for' office. 18-tt
FOR SALIC CHBAP Barn to bo
wrecked: good lumber. K. Qlnlltch
FOR RENT Room for Kentlumon.
1730 Johnson Ave. 18-22
FOR 8ALK Ono Ford tractor, ono
doubla disc cutaway harrow, ono
3 section splko tooth harrow, one 2
bottom gang plow, ono mower, one
rake, one steel walking plow, almost
now. Will sell cheap. Address A.
C, Ginger, Cbl'oquln, Oro. 18-20
WANTKp Sawyer for circular mill
cutting, 4011 per day. State Qual
Ideations and wages wanted. Cor
respondences confidential. Rex 4,
WAMTEFJ Party to farm 80 acres
Irrigated land on.o mile from
Hacka Cash Store. Inquire "Sheets"
Link Rlrer Elactrle Co.
The ladles aewlng socMr'of the
Catholle qhaaih will ksaaH at the
home ot Km. O, A. Belkaaa, Mt.
Claire m4 Craaa streaU aaar Crat
tat 'At., TtunsaaaT, rJCtentaaa at
iS0MfM. P All tka.Jatfajaf taa
aaaarratawa aa larlttd to ha traa.
FOR 8ALK Dandy llltlu four room
cottage, Just right for two; Is In a
restricted residential section, on cor
ner lot with lawn, trees, shrubs and
flewers: has Vi basement, fully
plumbed, built In features, all
screened and nwwly papered and
painted Inside and out. Only I2S00:
some terms, or might lake some
good vacant property lu on ex
J. T. WARD 00
834 Main Street
WANTKD4 men at
Apply Cofer Rros.
ARCADE HOTEL IS
The Arcade Hotel at 1032-1034
Main street opened for business Inst
night, when olght rooms were ruted
up and Immediately taken. It was
said this morning that by tonight as
many more rooms would be ready.
Except for a delay In plumbing tho
hotel would havo opened Saturday
night. It had advnrtlsod that Inten
tion and at least 25 applicants for
rooms were turned away Saturday
While there Is much finishing
work to be dono, and while the hot
water system Is still to bo Installed,
the hotel has clean, comfortable
rooms to offer and during the course
of the week will add a few more.
Whan entirely open there will be 49
, To pack and keep ordinary batter
In India la Impossible, It becoming
fluid, almost from the moment It la
made. To overcome tbla tho Idea
vraa aoiealred of putting It la collaa-
eitila tahea, the same aa tooth Jstm
U Q O, K, , sJHiwrntnamt Member,
' '' Allrntlon!
Special meeting Tuesday night,
May 18th. Work In It. I. degree.
Kngllsh sclentlits hare decided
that paslng electricity through fresh
ly cut timber makes It more resist
ant 'against decay and fungus
If the persons who attached to my
banner the sign bearing the legend
'Jess Turner, campaign manager,"
do not remove It before tomorrow I
will prosecute them to the full limit
of the law,
n JOHN FARNLL,
Candidate for the republican
nomination for sheriff.
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"Fear is the most Ignoble but still the Strongest of
Human Motives"- See lovely Alice Brady in '
"THE FEAR MARKET"
and learn what fabulously rich Society pays for lu Pleasant Vlcee
Maurice Tonraeur preocau
tWHE BROKEN BUTTERFLY"
' Freta the Noret "Marceae"
Lew CMy la the star a4 U you aaw hint, laat week la
Hk mtaorea t-ter" yow will swusJy hL tainJU
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