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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
THURSDAY, WtY 1, HOT
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Improve the appearance of your Porch
and Steps with a coat of color and gloss,'
Cover up the scars and knocks. Between
weatherwear, footwear and scrubbing,
the steps become hopelessly wof n unless
' protected with a durable coat of
W. P. FULLER & CO.'S
PORCH AND STEP PAINT
Made in Six Colors
W. P. FULLER & CO.
Paints, Enamels, Stains, Varnishes, Pioneer White Lead
For Sale by Distributors of W. P. FULLER & CO.'S PRODUCTS
PKTAI.MMA, Cul . July I Tli.i
I'fituluiiiii pontufflc.i I swumpod with
Tint ulilpplrift of Imby chick liy
m r-l pot hun lii'rniiiii such u lurgu
Steps to an
part of tho day's work that a largo
forco of Ktrlrt lias Im-vii lidded to Mm
regular for... of H..I- to bundle the
Ono day recently eo.oon chick.
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u.uy .a.pmeni uum.r: ,,., .rc.gui
Tire & Vulcanizing Co.
707 S. Sth St, Pke-il7
transportation congiwtlon averages
45.000 to 60,000 a day.
H,..tttc u w'on-.u. We-savlng
corps, compoiu-d of 18 husky mcr-,
mBg who ,ny0 paJI ,, ,uo oC1.
rui ,,. necrinary to uallfy u llfon
MUni M hatmr .,,,
HAH FIIANCIBCO, July I -At ono
o'clock yesterday tho Democratic ni
tlonul rnnvfntlo'n was on tho liunl-nt-Nt)
of hearing Jnomlnatlonii
speeches, Tho tinmen of Brnntnr
Owens, Hx-urnhuiwador (lorurd, Hom
er Cummins," anil Senator Hitchcock
wn.ro firf'Hi-nlod during thn flrnt hour
anil a half, Mm, Hunan Fitzgerald
of Maniachuflffttii was tho flrnt wo
man to niska a seconding speech In
tho cbrfvcntlon. She seconded Ow
ens'' nomination. Tho hand played
"Oh' You Ueautlful" an sho took tho
Ttid ilrmonntrntlon which followed
the nomination of Owens wan not
lengthy. Mm, Forro Parker of Los
Angeles seconded tho nomination of
Senator Cutnmlng, Mri, Parker
spok.i f.'HK than a minute unci the del
egates In appreciation of her, brevity
gave her a rising demonstration of!
Tho nomination of Attorney flcn
oral Palmer wan nccornpnnleil by the
flrnt real noisy and prolonged dem
embration of tho convention. It ran
up towards a half hour with the del-j
eR.itPM from Pennsylvania nnd (leor-!
gla lend I lie the crowd.
Tho standards of Maine rnd Porto
Itlro nlno Kot Into llie parade as It
churned urourid tho convention floor
I'almiy penants and iirnall American
flags wiitn carried hy tho marchers
an they cut linen through the crowd
of delegate and sang their marching
song over and over ngaln The Pal
mer men pranced nhout chanting the
celebrated parody "(llorla, Olorla,
Pennsylvania," to the tunc of "(Jlory,
(ilory, Hallelujah." Tho same tuno
wax kept up hy a hand In the organ
tntt and In between tinier a crew of
cheer leader kept tho convention
Moor "pepped up "
When lu!!fp!atform coramltt? ro
uxsembled ' yesterday Senator Ilia's
rnorti-d the sub-committee was not
rendy. to report and n recess was
taken until, 7:30 I Jut nlRht. The sub
committee again went Into es!on
Iwjth Itn memlem divided In opln'nn
a.1 to whether It would he possible to
report at the hour fixed.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
KI'KCIAI. HALK On all goons, seo
1008 Main 8t, 1-3
VOn SAht: Paying buslnens corner
I store Will trade, right man Bnap.
Pro 100S Main St. l-3
KOU HAM-; Hightly lot. 7T. ft., all
improwd. See 100S Main St.
FOIl HA1.E C20 acres of land. 10
I miles from Kluuwth Falls. Oro..
part In wheat, no and barley: ro
itnalnder In pasture and all und
good fence. 1 J4 acres of potatoes
und carden. 1 ucro In koo.1 orchard
lHrtrlng for two years. 200 acres has
Vatur right, 8 room well furnished
house with bascmont, $3&00 Insur-
anco paid up for 2V, yetrs. Julco for
heaters and electric lights free. 15
null, nil lililtin m laitu iiiut-niuvi
nu...n ... r..n ti. nri. 17 h.,i
horsos. dairy and feed barn 1M feet
long, u other outbuildings, DO bead
of dairy cows and heifers, ull equlin
mont necessary to run a first class
dulry, i bulls, 2 of them thorough
bred, 102 head of stock cattle, 14
hcud of sheep, 1 stock hog, 3 brood
sov, 40 head Btock hogs. Prlco
157,700; 128,000 first payment, 4
yoars tluio on balance. Keason for
selling poor health. Also bare 1 acrd
or land In Midland with four room
houno, Insured for $500. Prlco $500.
l-3 J. I. Hooper, Midland, Oro.
LOST lletweon Klanuilh Falls and
Merrill l,rr.u.n nmt (an hat with
bluo ribbon und stroumois.
louo ut ilorald ottlco.
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WANI TJl OUluauillII iur niaiuwin
L..! .m.l ulilMiiv- (TmnttiiAlnii
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, iirntnctitm throueli our freo
school of Instruction and holp you
build iv liusliuiss of your own. Mns-i
sacuuuoitH nuniiiuK u imurautu
Company. Accident and lloalth Dopt.
Saginaw, Midhlgau; Capital $1,500,-
FOUND On 6th St. lady's boailud
handbag. Ownor may havo by
tdentlfylng and paying for this nd.
Phono 229J. 1-2
1.081' Ono ladlos now shoo. Ito
turn to Herald office; roward.
FOK KENT Airy outside furnished
room for ono or two geauemon.
421 Oak Bt. 1-2
FOR BALE Dandy 5-room plastered
house on th Bt. on corner ioi;
full basement, frpnt and rear
porches, Urn putty, outit in ma
tures, baU, toilet, stak and layatory.
ine laws), irun mmm una.
The price 4":fcalf cash.
aood'!oteU St. HI00,
m ward r
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This smiling individual is one of the
many satisfied customers of our
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ah n.i.i Vetlaws and Itebckahs aro
aro requested t "J1"1 "I'loiJin
lock chapel at 9; 30 a m. . July -nd to
Join with the, W. O, W. In conducting
funeral sonrlces of A. W. Plel.
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FOK RKNT nedroom for two Ren-
Pine, phono 31711.
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JB SAI.fr-Neat Ca! Iforn al atyle
bungalow with three "oms
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$25 per month, Conio right away.
Chllcoto & Smith
Perhaps you-have been longing for
tho freedom of the country and a lit-
tlo furm all your own. Would llko
to show you an 80 acrp tract only
eight miles from Klamath Falls, with
small house, barn, well, orchard and
43 acres in alfalfa. It has 46 acres
under Irlgatlon and Is a real buy at
$5500 on terms of $2000 to $2G0O
cash. Iast crop of alfalfa goes with
placo If taken roon. Urlvo out with
ua and look this OVCr. ChllCOtO &
Smith, C33 Main St.
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LOST Hotwecu Ueatty und
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am ruiia, iuu luaiivi out. ..Maw
ladies woarluK apparoi
and check book belonging to Mrs. W.
;lng to Mrs. W.
' Morris, Illy, Ore.
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Seven Spring Itanch
vif h Poo Valley
J 3 Uuck"Sheei
FOU SALK CHEAP-r-Bquaro oak
dining tamo and 1 kltciion tauto.
l'3ll Sargent Ave. 1
FOK SALE 1920 Buick car, brand
uow, run oniy ono inp iroui o
Francisco to.bere. Car has had good
earn bv owner aud Is in a very good
condition. ' Reason tor selling owner
Is traveling alone and gas and ex
penses too muca'ior one mnu. i,uo
1910 with extras. Prlco S1800
eaah ' AftrirAflR. R. Holecek. White
Pelican betel, Klamath FalU. 1-3
FOR SALE Team, wagon aod bar-
neaa. Iaoulre King wooaaraa
blatkanUtu akop, en U St.
NOTICB AU barber ''Shop wlH be
.-eta Usy UmMjj, "j
he seems to be on
his Way perhaps ;
he's-off to attend
some' big Fourth 'of
'July celebration. '
don't you think, that
he came to the Golden
Rule for his new
suit? The reason is
he is one of the
men who know that
they can get' correct
styles, and depend
able fabrics and
tailoring at lower
prices here than
They know where
to buy, and when
they leave 'tis with
a smile the smile of
This man bought
a good suit note
the lines of it--and
he knows he got
his money's worth.
There are others;; ?
"r;o Jlke it, priced
Prices range from
fcr tho young men's waist
seam styles, to
for superbly tailored suits of
flno worsteds, and all-wool
SI'fX'IAIi IIOAT H)B
1M)CKY l-OI.NT KATUKDAY
To accommodate those who wish
to spend .Sunday and- Monday at
Hocky Point, a special trip will be
made U this resort Saturday even
ing, leaving tho boat landing at 8
o'clock sharp. Tbo boat will make
Its regular trip Sunday and Monday.
lejiving. tho landing each morning at
8 o'clock. 1-3
Tho progress mado this season In
tho Introduction of blpodcd stock In
to Klamath county has been notable.
Tho beat Judges have pronounced the
blooded calves which Wrro distribut
ed among- tho young club members
this sprliig among the finest in their
clnrs. This fact Is so well aprecluted
'hy tho .Klamath county chamber ot
commerce that the organization will
bark tho nW movement for improv
ing Klamath stock to tho limit, and
has officially advanced tho following
'.'To tho members ot tho Klamath
County Purebred, calf, club:
"Tho chamber ofcommorco offers
to thn boy or girl who wins tho first
prl:o on a calf at tho county fair tnls
fall, h freo trip to tho agricultural
cnllego and expenses paid while in
uttendanco duriug the two weeks
short course In tho college next sum
mer." Here Is un Incentive worth while
for tho hoys and girls. And taking
good en re of the calves will pay any
way, whether it wins the owner the
prlio trip, of not.
V1VORCH DEGRKB GRANTKO
Winter. 'Knight was. granted de
cree of dlvoroe treat Bessie Knight
in the circuit cenrt yeeterdey, wKJa
custody, of two tnlnor ekJ14r,
Waldb.'tged.lS, u4 Agnea, ae !.
Bait for Vfrfe hae beea IMeiby
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