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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 17, 1920)
HIRALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
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I ; Announcement I
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You Can Help
Encourage the rapid growth of Klamath Industries
"MADE IN KLAMATH FALLS" PRODUCTS
We manufacture windows, doors, frames, screens,
show-cases, mouldings, cedar chests, cabinet work
and all planing mill products.
Lakeside Lumber Co,
Mill and Yards, Klamath. Ave. and Center St
HIGHEST STANDARD PRODUCTIONS
TEKWILLIGEH PATRICK, PROPS.
TOM MOORE in "DUDS"
An unusually good comedy
"'; i '' A Special Comedy
"HER BRIDAL NIGHT"
Added Attraction, Neal Hart in
"A WILDERNESS MAN"
TOMORROW! Elsie Ferguson in "COUNTERFEIT"
On Monday, June 21st, we will take over the
stock of Roberts & Whitmore and same will be run
on a strictly cash basis, all prices will be changed in
The merchandise and prices that will be offered
to the public will convince one and all that cash is
the right way to buy.
We are more than pleased in the way the people
of JKlamath Falls have expressed themselves. in re
gard to a cash store. It seems that the time is ripe for ,
such a store. The people are satisfied that a cash
store is more able to sell for less and we are here to ,
show them they are right
We will, at all times, be glad to figure on youi
bill and show you where you can make a saving .by ,
paying cash. f
Not only will we sell for cash but we will pay cash
for all eggs and farm produce we buy.
We will make the same delivery as always but on .
account of the cash basis we are operating on, phone
orders will be taken only C. O. D.
J. E. ENDERS & CO.
ROBERTS & WHITMORE
NEW YORK. June 17. Cultiva
tion of International frlemlihlp far
the United States wilt be the pur
pone of a delegation of 40 mlnlatori
who have been appointed to visit 19
European countries this summer as
representatives of the Federal Coun
cil of Churches of Christ In America.
The ministers are of several de
nominations and Include the pastors
of churches all Aver the country.
In explaining the purpose of the
Federal Council's "friendly visitors."
the nev. Arthur J. Ilrown, Secre
tary of the Presbyterian Board of
Foreign Mlislons, New York and
chairman of the Committee on Fra
ternal Relations of the Commission
on Relation with Religious Hod leu
In Europe, said:
"We feel that such an association
f our religious bodies would mater
'ally contribute to the success of the
league of Nations. We deeply re
gret that up to tbla time our own na
tion baa not officially entered Into
the League. We believe that a large
majority of the American people and
especially- the clergy and laity of
our churchos, are In favor of the
League and earnestly hope that tho
United States will soon become a
member of It. Meantime, wo feci
that Christian men should muko all
tho stronger effort to develop those
moral and spiritual axsoclatlons be
tween the nations, which aro, after
all, the things of highest Import
He said that the sending of those
messengers of American friendllnoss
and the extensive relief work pro
moted by American churches are
part of Jhe same expression of tholr
common unrnt(anuy in us interna
Rev. Nebemlah Roynton, of
Brooklyn, baa been chosen chairman
of the American delegation to the
preliminary conference at Geneva.,
where a plan will be perfected for
holding the Ecumenical Conference
Amoag those who will make the
trip are: JUr, W. B. Beauchamp,
Bishop Janet Ctasoo, Nashville,
I PERSONAL MENTION I
Max Wolns tnt to San Francisco
this morning for n short builneM
John Hrlnlaeilo m.ulo n liuMnci
trip in Macilool today
Mta I, K Wailo Ii'tl till morning
for Ivan, whoto ulio will touch lli
Worden sehnol fur tlio umimr
Mr Clurlolto Tower, who has
boon MUiik hero, returned to hor
homo In I'orttnnd Sim wan accom
panied In Mlm Francos Kamarad,
Mho will m.iko hor an extended visit
Mr lli'rt Randolph ami daughter,
l.oU. who hao boon vUltlug Karl
WhMor at Merrill, loft for tholr
homo In Seattle tliU morning.
Mr Otto Hock and son, Laxorno,
wont to Mardoot tliU morning for nn
extended visit nt tho J A, Loach
homo nt that plaro
Mm. II V (IrlHln loft thl morning
via Chicago for a throe months visit
to Atlanta, (loorgla.
Mr. A. A McMastors, who has
been visiting hero with her sitters,
Mrs. Charles Thomas and Mrs R. F.
Durbln, returned to her home In
Marshfletd this morning.
I. D. Whitmore, of the Arm of
Roberts & Whitmore, recently taken
over by J. K. Knders and company,
will leave with his family for south
ern points as soon as business mat
ters can bit settled They wilt travel
tor a year chiefly for the benefit of
their health. later in the season
XV. C. Roberts and his family will go
to Kugene. He will bo accompanied
by Mr. and Mrs. C. I.. Roberts. The
plans of the partners after their va
cation are unsettled.
Thelma Myers loft this morning
for Chlco whore she will visit rela
tives and friends,
C. W. Orlfflth ami wlfo are In the
city from Memphis, To nn , and are
stopping at tho White Pelican hotel.
They expect to remain hero about
W. O. Ogle, wife and daughter
arrived hero yesterday by auto from
C. O Sherman Is a business visitor
hero from Dotrolt, Mich. Ho Is at
present at the Whlto Pelican hotol.
J. S. Kent, of the Gorniala Lumber
company, arrived In this eltr last
Mr and Mrs. Jens Beckley are
down from tholr ranch at Fort Klam
ath. Mrs. Mollle Holding, mother of
Don Holding, manager of tho West
ern Union, left this morning for Ran
Bernardino, California, to spend her
vacation. Mrs. Holding wtia tho
teacher of the second grade at tho
Central school last year.
B K, Smith Is In this city from
R. K. Ilannon mado a business
trip to Dorrls today
A, L. Durant, who recently camo
lierc from Portland, has taken a pos
ition with the Klamath Cash groc
ery W. II. Brown Is a county seat vis
itor from Langell Valley.
F M. Rumen, Jr., Is her from
San Francisco and Is stopping at the
8 Mahn la down from Fort Klam
ath where be baa been on a Ashing
and camping trip and will return to
bis homo in California In a few days.
E. A, Whelplcy, a former resident
of this city and a well known carpen
ter, Is bore aftor an absence of near
ly nine years.
Mrs. Skcen, who resides on Roose
velt avenue, underwent a serious op
eration at the Warren Hunt hospital
yesterday. Her condition today Is
much Improved and she Is resting
At Betzel, representing the cigar
and tobacco Interests of Wollman
Peck company, hsa been In the city
for he post four days calling on the
Mrs. Arthur Whitman has return
ed from a two weeks visit In Ban
Organize Oregon for Progress
of Commerce. Subscribe. Thin
through tho Oregon Statu Chamber
Tonn.; Rev, Jamos I. Good, Philadel
phia; Rev. Petor Alnsllo, Ilultlmorc;
Rov. C. Thurston Chaso, Lynn,
Mass.; Rev. Briico Taylor, Kingston,
Canada; Rov, I. C. ArniHtrong, Bal
timore; Bishop James Atkins and
Charles J. Jurrell, Nashvlllo, Tonn.;
Bishop Francis McConnoll, Denver,
Colo.; Her. R. H. Miller, Kaunas
City; Rt. Rov. Ethalbert Talbot,
South Bethlehem, Pa.; Rev, llonry
Van Dyke, Princeton, N. J.; Rev. F.
W. Burnham, Cincinnati! ;" Rov,
Newton M. Halt, Springfield, Mass.,
and Rov. Samuot II. Chester, Nash
Rev. J. A, Morohoad of New York
and Professor M. J. Stoles, St. Paul,
Minn., have also been asked to par
tlclpate In the visit to Europe aa rep
resentative! of the National Luther
FIRST AS USUAL
i . " I AINT MAD
"I fly to thee, love," and with rap-
turn be ttew.
"I cry to thee, lovrt," nnd with pas-
slon ho crow,
"Oh- try mo, dear love," (a few
others had trowt
"tat me tell theo' sweet tove, alt
them Is to bo told,
low thou dwell'st In this heart"
some others had dwoled),
"Oh, my heart swells with lovo"
(m bofurn It had swolod!)
"Oh, shako not thy hear, love"
hl phadlng voice shook;
"Oh, wakes not thy heart? Has thy
heart never wook?"
But hor ihlon made him quake, so ho
stood Ht III and quook!
"Thy presence I fly," he cried, and
Hut fell on tho step, and lay still as
With chxed eyes he said, "I shall
die," and he dow!"
The Oregon State Chamber of
Commerce, adequately financed, can
accomplish anything within reason
for Oregon. Subscribe. This week.
Hitch Oregon to Its Opportunities
Subscribe to tho Oregon State Cham
ber of Commerce. This week.
More than 100,000 women and
girls In Spain earn tholr living by
working in and around tho mines.
Til PICK OP THH PICTURES
A NKW ONK KVERT DAY
B. W. POOLE, Owner 4 HARRY DORKL, Masleal Diraciw
The oiiilnenl ilrainatli' nilur
Mr. Dustin Farnum
play it iliuil iiiln in I ho Kreat play
" THE CORSICAN BROTHERS "
tho uoiHlcrful htory Uy Alrvamlci Ihitiutt
"THE DAY SHE PAID"
COMING SUNDAY "KING SPRUCE"
Hpeolul added fenturo on Hiimliiy Mill lw tlio first rplsoI of "THI-J
EVIL EYE," a wonderful aoriul nlory Hlarrlng lU-nny Ionard, Light
weight Champion of tho World. Tim nuciimmIIiik cliupters of this
remarkable etefT will bo wliown racli Tuesday, tho next of which will
bu on Tueaday, June USand. If you like an exciting story and wish to
aeo what tlia Fighting Champion looks like,
DON'T KAIL TO SEE " THE EVIL EYE "
I There are 1,000.000 Reaaons for
Chamber of Commerce You aro one
I of them Subscribe to the Oregon
' Stato Chamber of Commerce. Thin
Miss K. F, Cunningham, who en
tored the biiilnemi In a smalt way
sixteen years ago. Is now one of the
largest anil moil successful real es
tato operators and rental agents In
When hotel cooks and waitresses
In Wichita Falls, Texan, went on a
strike, clubwomen of tho city volun
teered to act as strikebreakers, and
witm iifil.l frmn Itin In I7K a wenlr
'for tholr services,
Vnur lat rlinnrn In the muat
M-natlnnul plrliirv rter mmlo
The Rirnlnl rmirflonal aclrraa
on the nrrrrn, In
Mnbel Normanil, Fatly Arburklr and
A I Ht. John In a Krnt ftiMHly
Kwrrt anil Kwert In n new art
Willi lota of Munlr, Hinging, Dancing
anil (ViiiMxIy Talk that's a scream
TWO SHOWN 7 AND O O'CIXMK
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