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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 30, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH PALLS. OREGON
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JtfA ONto feet.
JHSIr soft restarts.
MACHKD THE nit county.
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THAT CLtAN.UP hitter.
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MIT A 6kt tea.
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AND I was sorry.
AND OAVE him on.
OP MY cigarettes.
AND NlwvUu package,
THAT I took U trow.
AND MILtO ud Mid.
AND THAT amok you
WAS ONE my wife.
OUGHT AT a bunts,
0 THAT stakes It
AND AFTER that.
I EVEN saw elm.
ROOTING FOR the umpire.
TWENTY hits twenty efceaeee
with never a goose egg that's
Chesterfield's average on ever
package. Trust the fans to pick
them out. An unusual blend of
Turkish and Domestic it can't bo
copied. These cigarettes arc tArrs
The directors of the Klamath Jr,rl
Ration district at their meeting Mon
day formally discussed the con
tract submitted by tho government
tor the taklnie over by the district ot
operation and maintenance ot the
distribution system. While no dell !
nlte action was taken, It Is reported ,
that the contract In Its present form
Is not acceptable.
Tho principal difficulty lies In the
tact that the government would re
tain control ot the main canals, head
gates and buildings and all parts ot
the general system supplying water
to lands outside the district. This,
directors assert, would result in a
dust control and a duplication ot la
bor and cost. For one thing It would
virtually mean two sets ot ditch
leader, one tor the government sad
l-one tor the district, and other main
tenance features would likewise be
The directors sentiment, as report
ed. Is that the district, it It takes ov
er the system, should take It over In
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BIG JAZZ DANCE
OPEN AIR PAVILION
TOMORROW NIGHT ,
Largest dance floor between Portland and
San Francisco ,.
SPECIAL JAZZ MUSIC
1 COME! Everyone Invited COME!
KNRXJMiD WOMAN ICY8 Tho proper dress for business wo-
MIDLAND Tl'LK LAXD.men will be a subject for discussion
1st the second annual convention of
Mass Nellie Matthews of Portland Ae National Federation of Business
kaa purchsse 300 acres of Tule land 'and Professional Women's clubs, to
ear Midland from L. Jacobs. I be held at Et. Paul in July.
For Sale in Large or Small
t NOTICE OF SALE OF MORTGAGED CHATTELS
Pursuant to tho terms of a certain mortgage executed by P. C.
. Knight and Ora M. Knight to tho Medford Grocery Company, tho
said Company will, on Friday, July 2nd, 1910, beginning ut 19
o'clock A. M. on Bald day and continuing thereafter till ".II of tho
following described stock of merchandise and fixtures ure sold, sell
at public auction to the highest bidder for cash in small lots or
parcels at Number 119 North Fourth Street, Klamath Falls, Oregon,
the following described property, to-wlt:
All of that stock of merchandise and fixtures consisting of
groceries, foods and supplies, safe, scales, show cases and all fixtures,
tools and paraphernalia now being In said, location.
T Dated duno 25, 1920.
The Nediord Grocery Company
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MANY REASONS FOR
EL PASO, Texas, June 30. Re
venge, priue, jealousy ana tear are
given In various stories being told
along the Mexican border, as to the
motive that led Francisco Villa, the
bandit, to refuse to make peace with
the new government.
The most pretentious version was
told hero recently by Fernando Pall-
clous, Mexican journalist, who until
recent revolution was a campaign
manager for Pahlo Qonialei, candi
date for the presidency of Mexico.
According to the Journalist, negot
iations were going smoothly between
Villa's emissaries and representa
tives of the government when the
provisional governor ot the ststo of
Chihuahua, Tamas Gameros, offered
a reward ot 100,000 pesos for Villa
dead or alive."
Governor Cameron, according to
ralaclos. offered the reward to re
venge himself against Villa for tho
death of a son the bandit Is credited
with killing, and prevent peace being-made
with the bandit.
Villa, It Is said, was advised ot the
reward and refused to negotiate fur
ther, fearing "double cross."
Another story, being told that
pride kept Villa from making terms.
This story Is to the effect Villa was
ready and willing to quit, but Gener
al P. Ellas Callas. minister of war
and marine In President ds la liu
erta's camp refused to meet Villa
personally at Villa's camp. Villa
sent envoys to Callas but refused of
fers made by the government offic
ials, because his pride was touched
by Callo's refusal to deal personally.!
Jeahjusy of military leaders and
fear of somo Villa would demand
their dismissal for previous attacks
on hlx was still other story in clrcu-',
latlon hero why he did not enter the
Comfort Cleanliness Reasonable Rates
The Central Hotel
IN THESE DAYS OF HIGH PRICES THE
AVERAGE CITIZEN WILL BE GLAD TO FIND A
PLACE TO LIVE THAT IS WITHIN HIS REACH
AND WHICH FURNISHES EVERYTHING THAT
HE COULD WISH FOR A GOOD BED, A CLEAN
ROOM, PERFECT VENTILATION. THESE YOU
WILL FIND AT THE CENTRAL HOTEL. SEV
ENTY ROOMS IN THIS GREAT HOSTELRY ARE
NOW READY AND THIS NUMBER IS BEING
ADDED TO AS FAST AS THEY CAN BE FIN
ISHED AND FURNISHED.
SPECIAL RATES MADE TO PERMANENT
ROOMERS. NO BETTER SPRINGS, MATTRESS
OR BEDDING ARE MADE THAN THOSE FOUND
AT THE CENTRAL HOTEL.
J. J. KELLER, Manager.
PKLICAN DAY HPItAV
Miss Katherlne Flnley, ot Sacra
mento California, and Mr. Palmer
from Westwood, California, urn vis
iting Mr. and Mrs. F Ilrldgeford of
I. II. lllbbert, wbn hn been 111 for
several days Is convalerclng.
Mr. and Mrs. Pellkan, from llol
Horn, California, are spending a
couple of three weeks with Mr. and
Mrs. L. A. 'Berry of Pelican city. ,
The following went up the "Kluiu- can Hay, gnvc a card party last 8at
mb" Sunday and M-ent the day at lurday e,wmtng. Those present were:
Hncky Peint: Mr. and Mrs. Edward i Mr. unci Mrs Forest I'lcl, Mr. and
Pike, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin lender,! Mrs Ilrldgeford, Mr. and .Mrs. Tap
und son, Messrs (Ireenwalt and For- scot. Mr. and Mrs. (I. K. Leader, Mr.
est I'M, Mr. and Mrs. II. It. Hnrrl
aon. Her) I Crof-stleld und Jack lllb
bert. Mr and Mrs Hrldgiford and tlielr
gutHts are visiting tho I'tllcan Hay
lumber 'ramp and before their re
turn they ure going to Crcter Uike '
Mr and Mrs. Kdwnrd Pike of VII
and Mrs. II. It Harrison, Mrs. I. II.
lllliliitrt. MIsh Vera Wood, Mr. 1-owls
Putrhanl. Mr. flrecnwalt, Mr. K. W.
I.. Palmer and Miss Flnley.
Murlmi Crosifleld Is on the sick
A Classified Ad will sell It.
OCEAN C.lltlllKKH WANT
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WASHINGTON. Juno 30. The l
Coastwlio Steamship company of the!
Pacific has petitioned tho Interstate
commerce commission for advances
In freight rates equivalent to those
asked by tho railroads ot tho west
and south. Tho western roads are
asking a 24 per cent Increase.
Western Floral Shop
FOIt VOUIt I,OVfcl) O.NKH
living and departed, flowers
are the logical, natural tri
bute of esteem and affection.
Being Nature's loveliest gift
to man (except woman), you
cannot show your feelings in
a tenderer way than by
soeans of floral gifts. Choose
from our large and beaatl
fa! array, Set places made
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MIIMOKIAI, WINIK)W KOIt
Major Charles B. Worden, former
ly or this city, has presented the
First Presbyterian church with a
memorial window, honoring his wife,
Mrs. Krruna M., and grandson, Don
ald 8. Worden, who died from the
effects of severe gas attacks which
he suffered while In France with the
American forces. ,
The window will bu tho big one on
tho Sixth street side or tho church.
The figure of Chrlnt "Knocking at
the Door" will bo tho central figure
ila tho design.
Tim L'SK OK tilt, columns
link monev for you
GOOD mileage, good looks,
good traction all to an
extreme degree are features of
these tires. In 'their making and
in their selling, the Fisk Ideal is
a vital factor.
The FUk Ideal: "To be the best
concern In the world to work
for, and the gquarest concern In
existence to do business with.'
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