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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 10, 1920)
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I PERSONAL MENTION I
l.'arl Johnson, son of W.'O. John
son of Dairy, wis upe.ratod'upou for
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WMtni.lliil jostordny, It was n serious
ct ml U will he Hovornl ilnyn he
(iiii t"i nutcomo la dotermlned lint
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A Cool Store in Which to Shop for Your Warm Weather Needs l
WHATEVER YOUR REQUIREMENTS MAY BE YOU OWE IT TO YOURSELF TO COME
HERE AND MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS. WE HAVE GATHERED WITH A THOROUGH
NESS EVERY SUMMER REQUISITE NEEDED TO INSURE COMFORT AND PRICED THEM
AT SAVINGS THAT IS CHARACTERISTIC OF THIS STORE'S VALUE-GIVING POWER.
prtwiit inillrHlluim tiro favorable tortmcort will ' ' ", ,,il,,ri1
rooM.ry lionn liy-Com Mllliir. Soprano, Hr-
P J O'Onra, director of ibn IW. riot l-moi... IMnlniUi.S t"J'u:
pnrtniont of Agriculture; and of tub "'..re. IUo (.iili.lf. nn.l Migr..t
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END OF SEASON SALE OF
WOMEN'S SUITS AND DRESSES
Every model in the Selection possesses its own unusual touches of
charm and individuality! All of them are this Season's Models
All represent values that challenge comparison and shown in the
latest Materials and Weaves Serges, Tricolette, Tweeds, Poplins
Prices range from S29.50 to $65.00
Stylish House Dresses and Bungalow Aprons
Gone are the days when women only used these frocks when house
cleaning our Styles may have been the Cause and now we show
an immense new line for Porch and Indoors that are as correctly
.modeled as in the other lines of ready to wear.
Prices range from $1.25 to $10.00
American Smelting and Itoflnmit
company nt Hall I.nko City, who with
lilt wlfi;, hiu boon spending his viicj-
I (Ion lu hi houso boat on tho Upper
' lake, returned to Halt l.nko titty on
.tint morning truln, Mr. nml Mm
O'tliira enjoyed tholr citnjr hero erv
. much, lint worn prevented from ls
'fltliiK northern points, by tint shot I
,,' ago of gnsollno.
A Mm II. W. Ilarton loft for Hun
JL .Francisco for n short visit tliN morn
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u v uiurcn ana Atie wmomo nro
In till city on buslnoiw from Han
Francisco. They aro at preienl ut
tho Central hotel.
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New Gingham Dresses for Children
Charming modes for the little girl and her older sister. Real
useful styles,. hundreds of them. So simply designed that they will
instantly appeal to mothers for durability as well as for styles and
laundering qualities ages 3 ypars to 14 years.
Prices range from $1.25 up to $7.50
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H. N. MOE, Proprietor
i:. WnlU, of Cuntralla. Wn.li
tho city on bualni'ts.
Mra, W. I. Cofor anil iLiUKhlur,
Oortriul, loft thli mo nil tin for an
lnunntt'vllt to HacroiniMito
Mrs.'D. O. Taylor nnil on. Hw.
aril, went to Portland this momltiR
for a two weoka' visit.
K. P. Rnila loft for III.' hoimt In
Ashland thli mornlnic.
Mr. and Mr. Fml llowrrH, who
havo ben vlaltinK licft-. ri'tiirncil to
tholr home In Portland on tho morn
J, V. Maculro wilt h.iuI tho noit
two tlaya In llutto Vnllry on husl
neat. Mrs. V). K. Taylor anil ilaiiKlitor.
Kdna, who have horn vlnltltiK with
Mr. Tnylor'a tnothor. Mm Aary
Tully, of AUoina, rvttirnoil to tholr
homo In I'ortlaml this mornlnR
I'. II I'oarxon, who rami In to
tho country, loft for h(s homo In I'on-
ailon.i this mornlna. Mr, I'oarniin Is
very much Improsjeil with tho city
Mrs (lrun Consor roturnod to liar
homo In Mpdford today, title has
been tUUIng hero for tho past
8. K Howard waa a pasfcncer on
the mnrnlnx train to Modfonl.
I. I.ucas, or Milwaukee and It. K,
Mastln, of Han Francisco, aro In this
city to look over timber Inloroata.
They are stopping at tho Whlto I'cll
W I., l-ewln, C, It. I.owls and A.
II. Wheeler, of Chlro. arrived In this
city yesterday by auto Thoy aro at
present nt tho Whlto Pelican hotel.
W H. I.i ml was In tint city last
night from Modoc Point
J A. McComh, H year old son of
I. A. McComh, of tho ranch partner
ship of Snow and McComh, was op
erated upon for appendicitis last
nlnht at tho U'arcn Hunt hospital.
JAIMNKSK AltK M)VAI,
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WANTi:i Dy youn couple; no
children; a small furnished or an
farnlsbod modern house, close In,
Apply O. I-. Urummond, Herald
FOR SALE Good early and late
cabage plants; also cow-kale
plants, 100 85 cents: 250 fl.7S by
parcel post. K. Starr, Aabland, Ore.
AUi iiaMjmkx wat:o fiuoav
All men who. hare played In the lo
cal band, and any new men who wish
to play In the new organization, are
rged to be at the Etk'a Club Friday
night at 7:30 o'clock for rehearsal.
The financing of the band will prob
ably be completed and It U neceaeary
to get In stupe tor concert. iu-ii
FOIl HAI.K HOl'SKM
SENT CARS without drivers to re
sponsible partlos. Ford repairs
and ncceHaorlei. Klamath Falls
Anto Co., 1157 Main St,
FOR RENT Part of business build
ing. Phone 49 or call 123 Nl 4th
WANTED Experienced telephone
operator. Whlto Pelican Hotel.
IIIIM4 M'AXTFI) ....
Proposals, will be received up to
Tuesday, June 22, for the erection of
school building, according to the
plans and specifications on file In the
oSee of the clerk at the' Klamath
Btatl. Bank. All bids to be accom
panied by a certified check of C per
eeat of the amount of the bid. Board
reserves the right to reject any and
IDA a MOMYER,
IMS School Clerk,
12-roora house on large lot, close
In. Just right for apartments; bas
basement, furnace, fireplace, 2 baths,
garage, fruit trees, nice lawn, etc.
Price 16500; only (1500 cash and
balance easy monthly payments,
Good (-room modern bouse Just
off the paving. Price 13200; $1000
cash, balance easy monthly or an
New and modern 5-room house
In good location on paved street.
Price $4200, with terms.
New 4 room bouse In Mills Addi
tion, all modern conveniences. This
Is a bargain at $2600; $500 cash,
balance monthly to suit.
J. T. WABD A CO.
Phone 37S 834 Main St.
INTERNAL REVENUE i
TAXES ARE NOW DUE!
PORTI.AND. June 11. June Is a
busy month for the Internal Itevenuo
Ilureau as during that month all
speclal'taxes for the fiscal year end
ing June 30, 1921, are due and pay'
Collector of Internal Revenue,
Milton A. Miller, has mailed oat to
all special taxpayers forms upon
which return for payment of tax
must be made. These special tax
payers Include proprietors of thea
tres, for hire automobiles, pleasure
boats, pool and blllard tables, bowl
ing alleys, shooting galleries, retail)
dealeds In ote6margarine, brokers;
i pawn brokers, etc. y
Other classes of taxpayers aJTected
are druggists, physicians, dentists
and other practitioners, who must
complete their re-registration under
mm;al couple wkddkii
Jack Kelly, waiter at the Deer-
head Grill, and Miss Agnes U. John
son, were married Tuesday evening
by the Rev, 8, J. Chaney, pastor of
the 'Methodist 'church, The bride
groom came to- Klamath Kails from
Tlestoa, Mass. The bride's 'former
home was In Chicago and her rela
tives reside there.
COZARD RANCH HOLD
Loul Schmlts has purchased
through the agency or Joel T. Ward
A Co., the CD. Coxard ranch con
sisting of 120 acres. The considers'
(Ion is said to be la the neighbor
hood of $12,000.
HO.VOI.UI.tr, T ll.,May 10. (lly
Mall.) Americans of Japaneao an-
cestery aro ready to fight their cous
Ins, their brothers, or even tholr
fathers for the victory of tho Ameri
can flag, under which they have been
born, according to M. Nakamoto,
American bora Japanese of llllo, Is-
flaad of Hawaii, who recently ad-
dressed the Honolulu Ad clnb.
Nakamoto urged the abolition of
the foreign language schools, and de
clared that the tralM of many of the
Japanese aro those or training rather
than of heredity.
This la hltslily. Interesting army
of talent nml ono wlilrli promise on
owning of rnro t'ttjo) men! Cunt
Miller, n ICIiiniitli comity Rlrl. I
making ttn-iit lioailwnv fn her study
mil lior public- npimarances tiro
crowned with tiiuHnt siicres On
Miy 30 slut snnK Mendelssohn "O
I'or tho Wlnga of n Dow" nt Ht.
Stephen's KpUciipnl church, Hun
Krnnclnro. and mt! n tlno luiprn
Hlnn. Last Friday uvenlng she ap
peared In a studio recital. Cvuryonn
who has hoard hor li Mrnek by tho
lovellnets of hor volco
Harriet t'ssmore Is Just rnmplnt
int; lior second year ns head nf tho
omI dopnrtiiisiil f Pomona College.
Her halary as soloist lu tho Pmshy
torlan church of, Pasadena has Just
hern rallied, nml she l now tho best
paid contralto on tho roist. Upon
tho udro of nrtlsts, she will go to
Purls this autumn and nlll appear In
concerts and rocltals there. Her ap
Haranco In Klainntli Kails will tie an
Margiret Wnrdnn Is another local
girt of uhom Klamath Falls may tin
proud She studied piano with Mrs.
Don J Ziimwall for n nuiulier of
yoars, and for tho past three year
slio ha been studying with Dottnr
witch of Topeka, Kansas, a teacher
of renown. Ho Is deeply Interested
In Miss Worden's professional career
and gives hor high commendation
both ns a student and ns a perform
er Hor public nppearauroa In To
p"k.i have been IIUKl nuccoiwful.
Miss Worden enjoys tho distinction
of being National Corresponding Sec
retary of Sigma Alpha Iota, tho Finn
Arts Sorority of America.
II II Pasmont Is so well known as
a trachor and slngor that his ability
need not bo enlargod upon. Ills
work will bo enjoyed, and duets with
his daughter will bo PxpcUlly Inter
filing Ho will begin teaching hero
on July 2, giving daily lessons for
one week at the homo of Mrs. Zum
wait Ho has boon teaching In
Europe and America for years, and
his pupils aro In bo found among
successful singer all over tho
On May 23 his pupils sang tho
solos, duet and nunrtot from llos-
alnl's "fitabat Mater" at Ht. Hyph
en's church, flan Francisco, Their
work was favorably compared with
a recent public performance by well
known professionals, Cthol John
son, of tho University of California
oxtonalon rnncorts, sang tho "In
flammatus" with thrilling effect.
Tho high C was splendid.
Mlt, AMI MltM. MrKKK AltK
NOW IIOTH I.N HOSPITAL
Tho same borxu that Hunday throw
Mrs. J. V. McKeu of 901 Itoso street,
fracturing ber leg In two places, ye-
tordny threw her husband, who Is
employed on tho J. Frank Adams
ranch, dislocating his shoulder
Doth Mr. and Mrs. McKee are now
In tho Wuron Hunt hospital, the lat
ter having bocn brought there Into
yesterday for treatment.
A Classified Ad will sell It.
KXI'IUMA OO.'H OFFICE TO
MOVE TO FOURTH HTItKKT
QriAAla I at a 1st nn mmtfwAm am
sack orn meal free with every $15,he Harrison Act not later than July
grocery order. 8pot Cash Grocery. flt. ' wh'eh date they will be
On or before Juno 15th tho second
Installment of Incomo tax will bo duo
3rd St. 321 Grant St
Will sacrifice- my oqulty or take
touring car In trade on a new 5-ton
Fageol truck; also hauling lumber
contract. Must leavo town. If, "M.
Stern, Klamath Hotel, Room 111, be
tween 7 and 9 p. m. 10-12
WILL EXCHAKOE for automobile,
a good 3-room house, lot 52x110.
chicken bouse and yard, 100 ft. from, and payable, andvnotlccs for this taxi
iu-i' wore sent out so inn weeks ueo. Per
sons who fall to nay tho quarterly in
stallment duo on Juno 16th will be
required, within ton days after noJ
tico and demand, to pay the pntlro
outstanding balance on their 'Incomo
tax, as failure to pay ono Installment
vvhon due makes due and payable all
the remajiilrig Installments which
wquWordlnarlly be due on Septem
ber 16th and December 15th,
Collector Miller would greatly ap
preciate the co-operation of taxpay
er In making their return and pay
ments as early. la, June as possible.
FOR SALE Corner store paying
uusiness ngnt roan, snap. See
1008 Main street. 10-tf
SPECIAL 8ALE on all gOods We
save you money. See 1008 Main
'TyFOR SALE Stove, cabinet, dresser,
H. basj. Morris" chair; also wicker
i .aaarattggy, uae new, bid. tan oe
i -far Friday algbt, at rear of 602
?mu st. io
FOR SALE RIGHT A lot all
proved.- See 1008 Main St.
FOJt BALE A No. 1 Saxaphone;
good buy. See 1008 Mala St.
DIVORCE HVIT FILED
Suit for dlrorce was filed In the
circuit court yesterday by Lillian M.
urewster ayainst winis urewesier.
The express company's office Is
soon to be moved from Fifth street
Into the hall now used by tho Christ
Ian Hclooce churctTon Fourth street.
The church congregation Is now
looking for new quarters, but today
ad made no definite decision.
TEN CENT BEER IS
r - uuumtu, main i la
MANILA, P. !., May 15. (Dy Mall.)
The day of tho ton cent beer Is
numbered, according to saloon koop-
ers, on account of tho Increased in
ternal revenuo tax placed upon the
boverago by a bill which was passed
by the recent extra session of the
The management of one large
brewery gave notice that the whole
sale price of beer would be Increased
at once, and retailors say when their
present stocks are exhausted, they
raosjt either, raise the price above
twenty ceatavo a glass (ten cents)
or cut down the; slxe of the glasses.
m PICK or TBS PIOTUKBS
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Bet you never sawsuch a bumper harvest of laughs
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