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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 10, 1920)
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THE eCVENlNG HERALD, KLAMATH FALLl, ORlGOft
, V1 Va'
. TONIGHT ONLY ,
Double AttractionWill Rogeri in
"WATER WATER EVERYWHERE"
HE TOOK IT HARD
Those pink "Body" bubbles guvc him the blues the other
boys out RedBtone way felt the same about it. Well, the
ladies wanted prohibition, and they ot jt. But sh ! Will
Rogers fooled 'em some little plan. Maybe your Hubbie s
working it on you now. Better see the picture and
Some Romance -
" A FOOL AND
Ktrt) lHikliiri ib-nlir know lliMl til muriM utlen ritiit the
ill r llk lr)ln lit atolil I !ir Im'iiI In re-Ttlon ul rrjMlliut
l In hily liiMik.
Krr OptomrtrUt kmitik there U c)r lrnin in
llir bright trflirhil jjlow uf n cuinnuT nun.
Normnl eyvs r-oil at It distance as well as clone up, If they frel
strained or drawn and If It la dlfllcult to follow the liner without
special .ffnrt IT 18 A HION OP WEAKNESS.
Ya oliouM bate thai raw lime jour rjr
... rtainlnrtl IMMKDIATKI.Yt t. a RELIABLE
OPTOMETRIST. t ' "
H. J. WINTERS
JEWELER AMI OPTICIAN
TAKE fAHE (IK VOIR I I I I I I I I'H
Orandpu Rulbt-rford In on the sick
At prenent vso are en Jo) Inc. n few ILt again He In Miffeilng with, a
light nhuuers. Wo nre In hopm of wvore cold,
heavier, mini, noon ns tlm-country In j W l.nmbert hnn hem tin tbe nick
getting tery dry, although o chnl-'n,, f()r ftw ,,, ,c ,lnH ,lm.
Inngu nn dry fnrmlng nectlon In Ihn lirr f,.nK lontrnct at Round Uke
country on condition of crop. Ournm mn ,ou.ru men engaged
crop, aro looking tine connlderlngj c ,(iI)(ny ,in hi) mIkj)R ma
thu dry nen.on. ch(10 ,nMnMl, now. u ,UklnR
A. Bwlttcr bn moved Into his new 7S or so cimK nt pfenj.
linuse, lie is iiuilillng n nnrn now.
We nro glml to see new Improve
ments going up and thero Is room I
L. II. Hague was repairing fence
on her land Sunday,
F, II. McCornnck was trnnsnctlng
business In Klamath Falls Monday of
Robert fllffl'n was n'buslness caller
In Klamath Fnlla Monday of this
C. n, Hunt nnd family called on
II. A. Talbot und family Sunday
Mlko llosslcr and wife were shop-
OPEN AIR DANCING
7. " SEVENTH AND PINE ST.
DANCING FREE FROM 8:30 to 9 P. M.
MUSIC BY KLAMATH JAZZ BAND
ASSISTED BY TOBY and HIS SLIDE TROMBONE
For Your Chickens
HIS MONEY "
I ping In Klumath Fulls S.iturduy
Tim Heiivllln Ilron. hnve moved on
the Argnita place that thc liurchm
ed n short time aco. Milton lleavl-
n wor,nK ln lhe W00l nl onK
Ml hi Ruth Do Lap nnd her counln,
Jonephlno Fuller of Oakland, Cnl.,
have beun mendlng a day or two
with Mlns h'tta Hunt thin wtek.
India baa perhaps n.grunter arl
ety of plants thnn nny other country
In the world, having 1600 native
npccicK, or about 60 per cent moro
thnn I embraced In the (lorn of the
whole of Europe,
At THE THEATERS
IHUVIMJ A WAV
Tin "gloom-bug" which him Infect
Ml tin) wind nnd lirurt nnd tery o,ul
of tin- pessimist for years and yearn
urn Miru to In destroyed If Murk
Hinnetl, tbn comedy kinjc.'.tiHH bin
wti). Ili Iiki been prnd1nilbe bet
(r part or hi "young llf"' f1 n l fn k
way und mean by which lb In Infec
tion can bu destroyed nnd with each
or hi big special production ill
don h come nenrer nnd nearer. The
renl "gloom" dlspeller In at' fast
found In bin Intent five reeler. "Down
on tbe Farm" which In released by
United Artist and. will be at ;ilif
Liberty Theatre on'Bn'turd'ay Ben
nett, when bn first began to find tbe
remedy wan In dlnpalr for be found
that most people were pennlmlnntn,
but be has gradually wormed bin
lili an of laugh Into tbelr being that
be now ban u followlnt; that numlxrn
tnoVe than thlrt) mllllonn nnd With
inch Ki-ttlni; nt leant a thoiinand
UtiRbn out of bin Intent nennatlunal
romedy. tbe thirty billion laurhn
ihould bne nt lennt noino effect on
In the role of Hilly Fortune, Will
ltor."r nicnln nroren heavily. A
unique, t)l" of hero and an Irrent
Ible one koitern dlnplan In "Water
Water nver)herB" tbe name run
Red htimnnnen, the nnme banbful
mid Infeitucun nmlle and the name
unaffected sincerity that reunited In
Mn rni.teorlr rlnn to the pinnacle of
public fat or and box-office drawlnft
In bin latent floldwjn production
Mr Hoitem for tbe flmt time' in hli
creen career, li riven opportunity.
10 iiippiaf inn uarmn; nuiBrinuxiiir,
renultltiK In nnme decidedly tbrllllntf
and funny bit of bunlnenn. One la
particular that In certain to net your
crowd tlnrlln ltb excitement ce
cum when llorern rollop; up to
HeH"n IlelU Saloon nnd woop
throuitb the narrow iloorwny rlcbt
.... ... .. i..r a,i..., inri,i..nf n,at,mMM lr not found to aupply teach -
. " "..' . 'rir nti-nfitlnr tb Vaurhan Mac-, addition. A few left on Shipping-
rimkun n "thriller" In a tremendous . "f J"B . ' J'Bg"D "" ion pavement but going fast. Lota
oxplclon In n mln at nlitht The n"(hey, superintendent of public of ,, bctween lbe depot and MIIll
pictorial effectn of tbtn ncepe en- Instruction for the territory. i addition. Prices right, terms 10 per
bance n-atl) the lmprnlvenen. of', M-lnn4 Uachm arc rcfarlac h- '' '"'fp,'Ji;
.. ..,.,-, . 'come toiHaunll becaUne of better 0f.W. M. Montellus. 1303 Main St. 1-tf
Th.. crrt of .', Water Kren- ' thaa ,h territory can make,
where" In alno worth'y of special ,ful d MCnuglw. while many teach
mention In the lending femlne role "' '" "' ,,"n, rt' V" r"
onponlte the star In Irene Itlpti con
sidered one of tbe ncreen'a mtit
Ux-autlful and protnlilng actrcsnen,
llowlinil lee, who ban been starred
Individually In a number of Triangle
production given u realistic nnd
highly nmnslng, portrayal n the pro-
nlbltlon mhocate uboicnrrlen bin
subject on bin hip The supporting
cant also Includes nuch nrp known
performeru an Lydla TItun Vcumnns,
Lilllen tincdon and Wate lloteier
At tbe Star Theatre tonight
A nice rnln full In thl
dny ctenlnK While not
vno'iKb, et It did a great iIhjiI of
r.ood to the growing crop
llnrry I'nrkiV came tip from Vos
Angeles on a business trip Tuesday
nf flilu il..aV
Harold Fluckun Is painfully ill nt
thtn writing, lielitg confined to his
Ied with n rash nnd other compiles
tlonn. The Dairy hall 'team plsjed and
lost their first gnmo of the season on
tho Illy ground last Sunday, the
srortt being quite noticeably In favor
of Illy The noxt game v. Ill be piny
eil on tho home ground next Sunday
betwen the home team nnd tbe Sy
can Indian team.
While raising the car to repair a
tire Inst Sunda', J. W. Jonas got his
thumb caught In the 'auto Jack,
mashing It very badly. '
Mrs. Theo. Flackus who hnabeen
vUltlng In this lclnlty, left Wednes
day for Nevada. '
Mr A K Powel of Anhland Is vis
iting with her brothers, tho Reck
bo, this week.
Work Is progressing very nicely
on tho now blphway. Mr. Mlllto
hnn n crew of elghUmcn on tho Dairy
hill nnd another crewja busy on tho
PALMAR RULES ON ,
"POCKET VETO" LIMIT
WASHINGTON, Juno 10. Attor
ney (lojnornl Palmer has muwbsn in
formal ruling that tho chief nacu-
tlo has ten days nftcr tho adjourn
mont of congress In which to sign
bills nnd resolutions.. This ruling
may chnnge the status of a number
of bills which tho President killed by
''pocket veto," explaining (that ho
had not had time to consider them.
These measures Included the water-
power bill and resolution repealing
most of tho wartime legislation.
CHICK FEED, GROWING MASH,
FATTENING MASH, ALFALFA MEAL,
ITEMING MASH, ALFALFA A
(OLE AND CRACKED CORN
r'ofiECON BREVITIES I
o vrrr, ; '"
HOOli niVKn.,ifina 1 0,i-llecaunc
of the lonx .continued cold" weathVr
h rough May, the'"' hild-Columbla
itrawberry crop ITi(j7rliioncd far
nlower than In norma) yiira nnd tbe
Apple drawer nnnoclatlon It doubt
ful of netting a car nhlpment.
HAI.KM, June 10. flaln which
ntarted to fall hern Bun'daV mornlnjc
and continued throughout mont of
tbn dny wan nald to be worth many
lhautfiniln' of dollnrn to the farmer
and fruitgrower of tbe Willamette
KUtJKNB, June 10-Wltb tbe ex
ceptlon of a nhort ntretch of n tew
yard where a iharp turn wan cut off,
tbe pavement on tbe I'aclflc highway
between Kugene and Junction City
ban been completed.
IIKDDINH, June 10. Mm. Mar
'June Khenrln, for nlxty yearn a real-
dent of thin county, panned away
CAU8TO(lA. June 10. n. J.
Hader, for thirty year n renldent
of Callntoga, wan found dead In bl
home, nltuatei) In tbe footblllnear
IjAKBTORT, June 10 -Verdict
of ncqulttal wan reached In I-ake
County' Puperlor Court. In the enne
of Shifter Mithfwn, former county
cleriL who w.n Indicted for alleged
ilealcatfonn, The numn of money
.Uktbewk. man charged wltb holding
cnit fro'tri'the county were imnl).
'It 1 U'
HON6LULV. T.1 H May 10. (Dy
Mail'. Many of the smaller schools
In the terrotory of Ha all, particular
ly those In the Isolated districts, will
be forcid to clone next term If tome
turn to their
mnmisna comes inic
NOTICE IVVITlXrj PROPOMAUB TO
MAKE KTHKIrr IMI'HOAXMENT
Pursuant to ordinance, and order
of the Commcn Council of the City
of ::!in;stb Fslls. Orrson. notf'e;!?
hereby given that proposals will be
received by said Common Council for
making the Improvement designed
for Improvement of Confer Awnue
from north emerly line- of Main
street t? Interaction of California
Avenue Inclusive, Said improvement
to bo made in accordnnce with the
plans nnd specification of the City
Engineer and for one of tbe classes
of Improvement mentioned In salt!
plans nnd specifications and tie or
dinance ordering said Improvement.
which t-nld ordinance Is numbered
... .. .
01 June. i.i-.nnu jiprjcu u, uie
mayor on the 8th day of June, 1920.
Said plans, specifications and est!
mates of the City Engineer Iwlng on
hie in the office of the Police Judge
anhSJn the office of the said engineer.
The proposed contract will be let
In one contract, and the time In
which the same Is to be completed Is
fixed by sold ordinance on or before
October 15th, 1920. Bids must be
filed with the Police Judge for sub
mission to the council not later than
S o'clock p. m. of the 21st day of
June, 1920, and tho bids will be con
sidered by tho council Immediately
thereafter at the Council Chamber In
Each proposal must be accom
panied by a certified check on some
responsible banking Institution In an
amount equal to, 5 per cent of the ag
gregate amount of tbe proposul, the
same (0 be forfeited to the city by
the successful bidder upon failure to
enter Into contract and bond for the
faithful completion of the said Im
provement In accordance with the
pinna nnd specifications therefor.
. Tho Cliy of Klamutli Fulls reserv
ing the right nt all times to reject any
and all proposals. The nuard to tho
successful bidder Is hereby mndo con
tingent upon the sate of tho bonds
that will bo authorized for providing
funds for making suah improvement.
Tho plans, specifications and esti
mates ubovo referred to embrace nnd
provldo that tho proposed Improve
ment may bo mndo using bltulithic
or Oil Macadam and bids nro invited
for each class, In addition to grading,
curbing, drainage und cement side
walks to be laid on westerly side of
A. L. LEAVITT.
Police Judge of the City of
Klamath Falls. Oregon.
WESt END CAFE
No. 72 Main St-
Meals served family style
Call and give, us a trial
604 nnd wna naopteu on tne ,tn nyready t0'occupy for $S5. Any other
EMS CLASaFlffl COLOMUS
FOR SALE Real EUU
THittvK noon nui'H
We offer a 40x110 ft. corner on
Main fit., at Eleventh, at a bargain
price of $10,000. Terms.
We alto offer a 20 ft. Inside lot on
Main, near Eleventh, at a price of
And we alno have s 76x80 ft. cor
ner near Main on pavement at only
11600, An excellent location for
apartment or rooming nouae.
Wo bave an exclusive lint of high
grade Income property, as welt aa
hounen and lot In all part of tbe
city, and farm land In all part of
(ifitxxm; A HMITH
C33 Main Bt. I'bono C
FOR RALE In Mill Addition, four
room boune wltb big ncreeced
porchta; dirt cooler, lawn, bade
trees, garage, chicken boune and
park. Will sell furnished,' or un
furnished. I'bone 383-M. 9-fl
FOR BALE 62d acres, about 320
In crop and under Irrigation; rest
In pasture; half mile from B. P.
stockyards at Midland. Bee John De
I'uy, Midland, Ore. 8-14
LOTS From f 100 up, Jn all parts of
I.OTR On pavement, $250 for cor
ner of 60x140.
LOTS Inside, $200 for 50x140.
LOTS Large, Junt off paved street,
S100 to 12f.0.
Term 10 per cent cash, balance In
Installments to suit purchaser.
W. M. MONTEL1US
The Klamath Development Co.
1303 Main St. Phone No. 1
FOR SALE Farm Implement and
8 bead of horses; 6 work horse
with harness. Also traction eaaiae
and plow. 60 b. p. Edgewood
Ranch, phone 11F11. Rahn. 4-tf
FOR BALE OR TRADE
Lots 393, 394 and 395, block 113.
Mllln Addition. Will trade for equity
In Fresno, Calif., Improved or unim
proved. Address J. M. Platts, 1126
T St., Fresno, Calif. 2C-tf
1 LOTS A few good lota in Hot Sptngn
FOR SALE Miacelianemii
FOR SALE One 6-ft. fumed oak
dining table and 6 chairs; 1 sani
tary ceuch: 1 cot; 1 rocker; 1 bed
atead. springs and mattreaa; 2 rugs;
12 Mhting stovea.- Can be seen at
1623 Johnson Ave., after 6 p. m.
Glltedge Butter for
earc. 282 Msin St.
FOR SALE A good saddle horse,
reasonably. J. C. Greenman. at
White Pelican Barber Shop. 9-10
I JIN" ' '
FOR SALE 1 Bulc:
and Su6 7-pas-
I will furnish, all material
build you a tent bouse 10x12 with
.-ft. walls boarded up 4 it., matcneci
Snnv in ..Man ilnA, Alt rnmlllAtik
..W. HUM 0V..U MWW. . M. WM.V.W
donlrcd ,xe, one or two rooms nt a
1 proportionate price. Order one to-
day and move In tomorrow. Address
Inquiries to "Carpenter" care Even
ing Herald. 4-11
BLOCKS FOR SALE, $5.00 per cord
delivered. Phone 483M, J. N.
Guthrie. r 5-18
Steel tanks and blow pipe made at
1023 Main St. 4-tf
FOR BALE 'Late model Haynes
flve-passenger "Six;' excellent
condition; been driven very little
and had fine care. Can hardly be
told from new car. Will carry the
whole family if not more than ten.
Would consider rmalelr car In trade.
Phone 456W. 2-tf
FOR SALE 2 tt ton truck, Al con
dition. O. K. Blacksmith shop.
Sixth St. 28-tf
TENTS TENT8 TENTS
U. S. Government tents. Cnvn"
leather belting, one blacksmith out
fit, two spark arresters, one com
ploto lighting 8) stem. Max Weiss,
6th St., near Ewnuna Box Fnitory.
on groceries and
flour. Spot Cash
PINK SHINGLES, $7.00
Lakeside, Lumber Co.
FOR SALE Hotel and pool room
combined, paying $3000 per
month, $1000 clear. 28 beds nil
complete and full every night; the
only hotel in the town of Chlloquln.
We have a good clean business and
will sell "on its own Merits. Come
and see for yourself. Chlloquln Ho
tel, Qullbquln, Ore. ' 7-4
High School Annuals for' 1920
are now ready for distribution.
Price 76 cents. Call at R. E. Smith
Realty Company. 9-10
Murphey Feed &
K ' 1
LOST AND FOUND"
LOBT Ulae silk Test belonging to
ladies salt. Phone, 473J. 8-14
LOST On Conger avenue, larg
knob from a bras bed. Reward
will be paid for Its return to tbe.fJttr
Transfer Co., 61 G Main St. ' t-tf.
WANTED Someone In private
home to care for two small chil
dren , ages two and four yean. Box
C. K Herald Office. - 9-12
WANTED Lath grader, $5.60, and
lath sticker. $6.26, Apply Lata.
Mill, Pelican Bay Lumber Company.
WANTED Man Wad wife, without
children, to work on a ranch.
Good wages. J. P. MeAulile, rt.
Klamath; 7 ,1-U
GENTLEMAN WISHES board and
rdom-wlth private family. Box 8.
WANTED A aeeoad hand soda
foaataln.. Mast be in good condi
tion Inqnlr Frank Roblnaea, War
rcn Hunt hospital.
WANTED 2 good live newsboys at
tbe Herald office. 2-tf
WANTED Grocery .salesman.
erta ft Wbltmore,t i
WANTED Position aa stationery
POSITION WANTED By thoroag
lumberman as general superinten
dent or superintendent of yard aid
shipping-. Am thorough inspector of
all grades of lumber. Open for Jaly
1st. Address White Pine, Herald of
fice, city. - 2-11 ,
WANTED All klads of scrap Iron.
old bones, ragn, rubber ami aM
kind of metals. If ax Weiss, Cth M.,
near Ewaana Bax Factory. 24-tf
WANTED Man to drive
ranch. Phone 53-J.
PIANO TUNER Let me give yoa a
frtw entlmate on tle eont nfsWag
and rrpalrins; jour ptano r layer
piano. H. J. Morgna, rare Karl
Rhephrnl Co., 867 Main St., Klamath
Kails, phone 'JBSJ. -ll
Glltedge Butter for
care. 202 Main St.
Prlntlng, Stationery and eMm
soppllea. Plonaar Prratrag and
tionery eempaay. lit Mala 8t t-nt
FOR RHEUMATISM try tka Hat
Springs Minora! Baths at Dm
Tnrner'a ranch, Laagell Valley.
CITT GARBAGS Wueu OU
garbage removed call C2J
PHONE'-PEYTON for woo.
FOR RENT OR LEASE1
FOR 'SALE Good Ford tourjnsr car,
shock absorbers and a No. 1 tiraa.
and'ln(Julro nt 22 Mlln st- or DaaBer
i-uiiy uarage. ,
Pasture for 4000 head of sheep.
Edgewood Stock Ranch. Water and
feed ln abundance. irMd nf Swan
Lake Valley. See Rahn phone 11F11
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Hours' 10 a. m. to 8 p.- m. Perma
nently located I. O. O. V.' building,
434 Main St., Klamath Falls, Ore.
mint: fire out
JACKSON, Cal.,Juno 10. FIrea
which huve been raging for mora
than a year In tho levels of the Ken
nedy and Argonaut mines under th.'i
town'have been extinguished.
The mines were flooded with wa
ter. This la now being-pumped out,
P. E. O. will hold a cooked fool
sale Saturday, June It, from 1 to 4)
p. in., at Roberts 41 Hanks Hardware
tore. Special ordera may be. pkraaf
to 237W or 4S7W. -lV