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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 1, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
' GREAT FUTURE
Pnsmoro, contralto, is
In become a itre.il nml
famous singer Stio U great now anil
'in tho cry ptlnio of youthful devel
opment. Stic In nn A. II. of llta I'nt
Torstty of Onllfornln. with "honors
In French: " piny tho platto, hnvltig
filled professional engagements In
thnl capacity, she Is a pool wrote
'Dlorf Momorlalla" which, Jur father
evenness ot timbre thruout nn un
usual range, Accuracy ot nttiick, pur
ity ot Inloiintlou, mill clarity In dic
tion are excellencies showing her
enrrful training, To this technical
equipment she mtiln a nmiintlatlc
temperament readily ndaptiMo to
olthor Irrlc or drnniaUr mood.
OREGON BREVITIES V
; o )
! KOSKIURO. July 1 With J. V
Wnllncc as prisoner. ShtrllT tleorg
K. Qutne returned to ttoaeburg Mint-1
day nlRht, nfter n hard trip to l
ton, Washington, and return. V.ii
,lco Ir nccuicil of helng the nittnlH
ant of Mrs, tll.Tonl limn tit on. who!
on May 2!Uh vn attacked, beaten
ed wide BtJrntlen: she has wanda "'" "" "f " """ "" """
ful histrionic ahllt. and hat takro "-"j' ". ""I
principal rols In Shakespearean .in.l P." . "wn
1in set to mii'Ie: anil Iter pnsm on
tho front n few jcars ago Iim attract-
the charge ntnl ' he ha? iimit
hin tn Ihft . (tlcnilAlrt vl-oltillv ntnl
She l b feet tall nnd In an ardent ,, t)tt , uate
iinortRnomail llay-! tennis, hlkoa , i, . ..... ,.. .
for miles, and while at feanta Ho hb crw( Mni ,,nm,1Uin ,, lu,r
barn swin tnrea miles t6 a IT. 8. bolt .,.,,.,,... ,.i,i...i.- i.i...if.. wn-.
a being the man who commlttrd the
OOl.D 1111.1., July
I. Locnl oil
In tho Doer
makes ctcck country between (irnnts I 'ass
and Waldo are Jubilant uer u d
encry that has diverted their at
tention entirely from oil. Thoy have
uncovered an extensile deposit of
anchored In tho channel, and back
she In n very had cook a perfect
adept at spoiling nood food. A beef
steak of her cooking Is a dream u
ad dresm after It Is ratont Hut In
song she Is supreme! She
such snncs as "Deep ntver," ".Mam
y'a Sonit," "The American's Come."
a precious memory that will nerci
An ordinary sinucn- with n lovely ore containing platinum to the alue
Ice will please, for tho moment and of $126 a ton, $105 In tin nnd rnin
Is forjeotten; tho tones and expres- ganeso $6.95.
tea of a areat singer mako thst There Is gold nnd other minerals
taper Impression that grows with In tho deroslt, which is n mountalu
weeding time. They are like the ot metallic value and accessible.
lefty mountain peaks which oncei
Ma are never forgotten; whero out' TILLAMOOK, July 1. The body
C sight they still seem to beckon of William Landls was discovered
and say, "Corao bact when you will, about 3 a. m. Saturday after It had
y akall be here." So to hear Harriet been In the ocean all night. He was
Pernors In the full bloom of youth drowned Friday afternoon while Bah
si beauty Is to become possessed of Ing off tho shoals at Kate Klwanda.
tsat priceless memory which will be near Tactile City. A nostra largo
Joy forever. wave washed hlme off the rocks and
The program of the concert, next he was unable to get back on them.
Thursday evening will appear at an, '
arty date. Tickets my be secured' ORK8IIAM, July 1. As tho result
at Shepherd's Piano Depot, and at ot all tho outlying school districts,
Use Klamith Falls Music House, and except Victory, voting not to join
atay be exchanged for reserved seats thoio alresdy enjoying the advant
at the offlco of the opera house be- ages ot the Union High school at
ginning with Tuesday, Juno 29. Oresham, It is estimated that SO or
Following are a few ot Harriet CO school children finishing the
Passaore'a press netices: tgrado school sthis sammer will be
Jeanne Redman In Los Angelei unable to complete their educations.
TUsjea": Miss Paamore has a very ,
beautiful contralto, and one which It SALEM, Jul yl. Mrs. Rosa C.
weaU'be a jleaaure to listen to of- Martin, 79 years of age, died Satur
aa. She possesses a very large day at her home, 1560 Lee street
alee, with breadth and depth, and Mrs. Martin baa resided In Salem for
the true contralto quality. It boa a 18 years and la survived by one son
taaclousnesa and color decidedly un- and three daughters.
Um Angeles "Tribune": Miss ' HOOD RIVKR. July 1. Colonel
Harriet Pasmore made an unusually J. B. Fithlan, pioneer Portland newu
ae Impression In the Patriotic Com- paper man and printer and at one
snualty Pageant produced recently at time associated with Sidney Dell In
Exposition Park. 1 Issuing the Portland Democrat, I
Ray Brown In San Francisco "Kx-1 critically 111 at the Cottage hospital
amlner": Miss Pasmore has a eon- here. Colonel Fithlan. whoae title
tralto voice" of remarkable beauty comes from his serving on the staff
and richness, flexible utterance and of Governor Orover, came here last
Wo Iiim ii point to fit
52.75 lo $6.25
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the net iluy ut t 1' M Mail itduts ciM'ti uircfiil iitinutli'ii
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VACUUM BOTTLES '
Krrp llnultli hot SI houn.
Keep UiuliU mid -1H liourn
Pint size $2.50 to $4.00
Quart size $4.50 to $6.00
VI' pint size $2.75 to $3.50
Fillei-s, pint $2.25
. Fillers, quart.. $3.25
WEEK END SALE
The following prices for Fritlrty nnd
GOc Harmony Liquid Shampoo.
Contains cmulrifiod cocoanut
oil. JMakos the hair soft and
ylosy. Week end price .'. 39c
.$2.00 Symbol Fountain Syringe.
2 quart, seamless bag.
Guaranteed oije year.
Week end price $1.57
$1.25 Dlaek Bristle Hair Hrush.
Solid back. Good stiff
bristle. Week end price 83c
76e Whisk Broom, strongly mae
of goodrfine broom corn.
Week end price :..55c
25c Renee Borated Talcum pleas
ing odors. Rose or violet.
Best quality talcum with boric
acid. Week end price 17c
40c Vanilla Extract. Symond's
Inn Brand. Made extra strong
from vanilla beans.
Week-end price 29c
GOc Opeko Coffee 45c
GOc Opeko Breakfast Tea 50c
40c Symond's Inn Cocoa 29c
to protect the hands' and finger nails
when doing housework.
Hercules Gloves, pair. 75c
Extra Heavy Gloves $1.00
I'ltlCKH DO NOT INCl.tDK HKVKNUK TAX
The IWXOsCU Store
Mail Orders Filled Promptly
Arnnmt'e rflnP'jru. A Ot H.lr
( .impliorati'd oil, a ot :iv
Cnt..r o I, 3 os i!V
T'MWivm Cistor Oil. 3 m.. .. :."
t'o ikiiiiiI Oi(, a m "
8i' mi i'Nmphoi,a 3 os , ""'
Oil Kumlyjitun, 8 OS :LT-
P vidertil Altl n. 8 0s. , ... Mr
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limn Arl.l. os '-"I-
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('niiiiiumt l.k-orU'e Powdor, i iu U'-
lticlielli H.ills, 3 ut.., .,,... aV
Pilllnra l.iith, 2 m -.. i)i
Wlleh lliuvl. 1(1 ot :.. .".(!
DoiiiitiirKil Alcohol, 1(1 ox... il.lr
l.linu Water, 1(1 n I.V
llljii'rln. .1 ot a".e
Bwiel Oil, I ot nv
(Ioiimi Oil, 2 ot ,-0i
Heiitm l.i'4is,3 ox s
Tiirpi'iitliiw, 4 ex yvc
Itotit Water mid Ulyrerlne, i ot. Mr
Salt Petru, 4 ot ,..-.j l!V
Olhii Oil. S ot T.tc
Agar Agar, cut, i or 7f
Tincture Iodine, 1 ox. ac
For lleinovlng nupr.tflou liilr
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KODAKS AND FILMS
"Ktrr (himl Time I KoiLik Tlinr"
Koiink !.4 tn a.njt
llrownlns . .fU.IMi to p I U.O.I
year to live at the Dee homestead
place of Albert Tosler. He is a na
tive of Virginia. For a number of
years be resided at Oregon City.
So far as known, Colonel Klthlaa
has no living relatives.
not going to misplace any. Iteckon "They tell you not to worry about
I'll sweep along." tho state election law, they'll hold
"No offense," hastily npnlo- a city election this fall that will
gized, regretting our over-vagnrnriM stick. They told you last spring that
to display our literary knowledge., tho Mills addition sower bond Issue
flAINlKR. July 1. The Menetee
"Cast a few pearls our way and we'll
endeavor to appreciate them."
"Hpeaklng of pearls," said the vis-
For Sale in Large or Small
I NOTICE OF SALE OJF MORTGAGED CHATTELS
Pursuant to the terms of a certain mortgage executed by P. C.
Knight and Ora M. Knight to the Medford Grocery Company, tho
said Company will, on Friday, July 2nd, 1920, beginning at 10
o'clock A. M. on said day and continuing thereafter till nil of the
following described stock of merchandlso and flxturos are 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 ot that stock of merchandlso and fixtures consisting of
groceries, foods and supplies, safe, scales, show cases and all fixtures,
tools and paraphernalia now being in said location.
Dated June 25, 1920. r
The Medford Grocery Company
Lumber mill announces that they Itor. dropping his ruffled feathers uud
will close for 30 days next Wednes- settling down comfortably again,
day. The reason given Is dullness of j "They tell mo Frank Upp, tho Jowul
tho lumber market, the lumber cost- cr. N aiming to bo your next mayor,
log' morn than san bo realized for It. A fresli kid with n ,22 was aiming at
a hell-diver up on the lake where 1
(tRKSHAM, July 1, fltoa l.und- hold out tho other day, and u funny
thing, too. That kid seemed to have
n mlnhty gocd nlm hut ho wasted a
lot of powdor and leud nnd stirred
up tho Hater around fhcro right
smart. Only trouble was tho diver
born, 12-jcnr-old daughter ot Mr.
nnd Mrs. F. J. I.undborn of the Ori
ent neighborhood. Is In a critical
condition us the result of an accident
on tho family farm this week.
BRYAN WILL FIGHT
WET PLANK ON FLOOR
was all right, spite of all tho expert
bond lawyers from hero to Halifax,)
William J. Ilrjnn. in a fighting
mood speaking nt a gutimrlng )
turday expressed Ills dissatisfaction
vlw of sower trenches being dug Iu ,,, ,nal ,m ,.,,,.,,,,, n ,!Kht ,n thn
iiiiiih n'nnni u ail w isnaiisi
with the wet and dry sltuutlc
unu i naven i .nugnt any mrils-oyo for , .,,,, commute,
Mills addition and Hill lUldwIn ulu't
convention and "hod to gain ills-
While disking a small piece of dived too fast for him. Hut tho kid
ground sho attempted to alight and was aiming for lilm ull tho time,
fell under the disc, almost sovcrlng Well, I hopo Frank gels It. You need
a leg below the knee.
THE OLD PELICAN
DROPS IN ON US
a chango of mayom."
"Why, what' tho matter with tho
mayor wo havo?" wo surprlsedly
4,1 -coming at an, noiuing at uu,
oald tho Old Pelican hastily, "hut
Id Pelican waddled "'owly.wm, a the need for buildings you've
unctum, flapped UmbrouslyBCt icf0 a glmno Q K()0(
WK'I.Ii UK GliAD
TO TKIA VOU
. Just what It will cost to move
ycur household effects to
your now home it you will
phone us to call and size up
how big a van will be re
quired. You'll find our
charges very reasonable, our
service prompt and efficient.
Western Transfer Co.
Pboaa m- Baa. IMR
Into tho sanctum
1 at... itiii .tniitl MM. I .11.1 n AU
iu mo run ui mu .. u.u .. curocntor'a tools iret rustv. Kculnc
I teetering flip-flops back and forth os 10 ,luIck wuy n wch a un(,
no come grnuuauy 10 ancnor. o),lclpcr8 0 ll0 cUy ha KnB pllt up
closed a reflective eye. and deftly ex- f , a mlo your mf)(orn nn.
traded a half-dead minnow from his guag0 , mj,ht Hay ,pJt ov.r.j.u
pouch, proffering It with a generous plQ of ,, ,10UB0H out of
ge8lure' llttlo worso than nothing, I'd say
"Declined with thanks." wo mndo tliuru'cl bo no limit to thulr output If
pollto rejection. "Uko McAdoo, wo t,ny hj tl0 prCpor tools,
feel tho Job's tco much for us." -should sort of think thut deul
"Queer taste," Hquawkcd thn old would havo l;oon had pollticti for
one as ho gulped tbo finny wriggler,' Franklo, but you nover can tell,
"but lots of things Ih nueor. Well, Courso tho boys who sell fluffy stuff
buddy, I'm Old Pelly from Pelican and smelemi sweet along thn main
Pay und I dropped In to say a friend- drag ain't going to feel had uliout
ly word or two, and maybe you can holding on tn no mo of their best
(put It In tho paper." ' cuslomerM and Iio'h cinched the crowd
1 "I.ny on McDuU and we'll ho tlint lliluk you'vo 'got to havo thum.'
damned If wo don't print tho stuff," i "Fr tho other side that 'Let him
wo quoted grandly, tho satim being thut Is without sin, wo'vo druv 'em
lines from u poem entitled "Tho Hur uU' ot business and now wo cun't let
of Savon." written In tho humlot of " smrvo to dentil' speech lu cor
Stratford by a Dano uffllcted with talnlyn great oration. Noodle thoro,
molancbollu or hydrophobia, or may-.huddy, lots of noodlo.'
adding any lo his bathtub stock lo ncl,m un n resor of platforms."
iiiKii raro oi tuo mini, nuuiiion u.-, ..a ,nkw y om, , t0 MnK ,
mand this year. If you had tho In- minority report and there Is that
telllgenc.) tbo Almighty gavii mud- nn muti on resolutions committee,"
hens you'd iw some thlngo for your- , a('d. "1 ramn hero as a delegate
self wlthcut such wusto of talk. I'll friim N,runka to lake my case he
think It over and If It's worlh wbllo foro , tbous.ind other delegates
trying to educate you, I'll take on usuemlili'd hero and let litem answer,
thu job. Kiuawk-8iuuwk" " como here to do what I can r
Floundering to his feet thn 'Old tho people, not to sue what I can get
Pe.llcan flapped hln wings stiffly, gave tbo people to do for me. If I can
his propellor a spin or two, and sailed help this world banish alcohol and
gracefully forth over tho transom, latter thai banish war If . I can do
'that no otflco or nn presidency can
offer tho honors that
"Cafeteria" Is n word of Kpunlsh
origin. In Mexico n cafeteria Is n
wholesale coffee store.
trill he mine."
A Classified Ad will sell it.
bo with a few too many of tbo beuk-
era served across tbo bar.
"So you're another of 'om," said
the old bird, yawning sadly,
"Of which," we inquired.
"One of those cultured sons-of-a-
sesgull whose gears are always so far
fn the high that they can't slow down
for a minute to take aboard a little
ordinary Intelligence In plain old-
fashioned United States. I'm unlet
tered bat I've read tbe scripture and
know a lot.About pearls, and I'm
"So you think wn can elect Frank,
do you," wo liKiulrotl hopefully.
"I'm no prophet," snapped the old
bird, glaring scornfully from a red
rimmed optic. , "Why don't you ask
me whether you can hold an election
at all? I'm no lawyer, either, but 1
eat lots .of fisb, and tbey say It's
brain food. I'll bring along a pouch
full next time I come la. You need
them. And. It. wouldn't hurt if yon
passed a few around among your
friend on the city hall gang.
gHDIHlaJw 9 nr!wt!.iv5CPB
The finest white flour and purest short
ening have gone into the making of
Snow Flakesand (pedal processes of
baking Insure crisp flaklness you'll
love these fresh from the oven, slightly
Don't ask for crackers
lay SNOW FLAKES
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