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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 7, 1920)
AY, JVJOl T, ISWi
rHEKVlNINC HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
OOMJCKW ON MATS RT.
Fnallehed dally, except Banday, b.dy f,",oon
A ear driven by W. P. Campbell
wan mock, aad (be left rear wheel
lorn to pieces, when ' another ear
driven by O, R. Prtsby ran Into blm
at Fourth and Main streets ester-
ft Marald Publishing Company o(
1MB Falli, at 116 Fourtn street
Mr, Campbell had the right ot
way a he came down Fourth street
e 'land started to nwke tho turn at
Bartered at the postofflce at Kfam-iMttn, Mr. Frlsby, a local Jitney
Mk Falli. Ore., for transmission thru d , , up Maln ttnfft
mm mail, a. second-cl... matter. . nM typ w )n Um o
avert a aolllslon.
ha nt the Associated Press.
The Associated Tree! la exclusively t
2J5r.reheVe7edHbed'"toCrt KMMATH UVKWTOTK COVMXY
SM7h.R ttU- UiK INCRKAHKH CAPITAL FOURFOLD
ml aJao local lews paoiwnea
tHsDNKSDAT, JtrfllC T, 1M0
aasagga I i
nHiaik f Httatfetaaat haafi mauls It
All rights of repiblleatloa of tpa-1 - ,. W1.m.,h ,.....,.
dispatches Bereia arc aiao re-"- " -----
Mortgage ixian cununinj, wmco
started last fall with a capltallta
tloa of 126,000 to Increaae Ita capi
tal atock'to 175,000, according to an
nouncement of officers. The organ
Uera feel the company haa proved
that It meets an existing need of the
community, ready financial aid for
the expansion ot the livestock Indus
try, and plans to develop and widen
Ita sphere of usefulness stilt more In
CAVEMAN" STUFF ALL RIGHT
At Least One Indiana Man la Satis-
fled With the Way It Worked In
j His Particular Case,
Note. lie lga very sarcastic young
woman, and the man who wishes to
asarry lior In often much tormented
with her ability to say things which
ake him ilfsttartly uncomfortable.
One nlcht one of tils friends and he
ecuifii in go rn a picture nouse ana i
The recent Democratic state con
tention In Michigan Is thought to
have been the first Important gather-
there they saw a play In which the lng of Its kind In the history of the
caveman' stuff wa exceedingly Mrong. ; United States to be called to orde'r
Evidentl) that gave the young mnn
' am Inspiration, for the next cutting
murk the young woman made he
ATliad come lo lake .her for a
ifcive. After getting' her safety set
tled In his car and having placed a
large box of candy) in her Isp be set
Jed down for n pleasant evenlngv
Bat Ml long. The yonng woman could
at' stand, his rase. She deliberately
aaeaed her box. took. out a bonbon,
JaMed at It a minute and then sale
la ley tenes: "Why, this candy Is
At Brst the young man felt Inclined
to writhe, but the next minute the
caveman stuff of the movie darted
Mo his mind. He did what he
Rwagbt was ,a real rough 'act. He
eased that beautiful box of candy
aad threw It najfar as. he could.
Tor a rtiate, laera.waaisllence.
thevcM'laaaa. the conversation.
this time .she spoke aaeVkly and
m ... . ! h. - .,f, ....1.
Of m wumau.
Appointment to the women's
branch ot the Chicago police force
appears to be a sura road to matri
mony. Daring the past year the
Windy City haa lost six of Its police
women through marriage.
In one of the large municipalities
of India the native women of all
f classes recently Joined In a great
demonstration of protest against the
discrimination practised with regard
to the education of girls.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WANTHpD Woman cook; good
wages. White Lunch, 7
Would like to hire a woman to
keep house and rare for three chll-r
area, a gooa nnmo ior some one, a
A. Klrkpatrlck, Ft. Klamath, Ore. , X.
LOST 15.00 reward for return ot jt
II. 8. Army pack and contents.
marked "D. 8. Radio-San Diego."
Same was lost on Chlloquln-Klamath
Ab.M .! 1m1 Rlh Uam.1 fln
, WWU WJ w. .JVUW IW.
Ralph R. Steele, Modoc Point, Ore.N
Saving Money is the Same
as Earning Money
And that is exactly what you do when you buy your groceries from us; Seeing
is believing, bo, just. look over the prices listed bolow and be'conVinced. What
do you think of them? . : .
FOR RENT One sleeping room and!
sleeping porch. 1154 Pine, phone)
51 . 7-1
nine tame, run
Quartered oak, Mission design, la
first claaa coadltlon. Call corner Oak
and Ninth. 7-
FOR BALE 110 acres timber In
84-14. County cruise over two
lllloa feet. Pboaa 111. 7
Swift's White Soap, 15 bars for .
Mexican Red Ilrans, IS IN. for;
I'otlte Prunes, 6 lbs for . '
lloraa Chips, 20 Mule Team, package
Pearllae, small, regular 15 rents; Special....
California Fancy llayo I)an, 9 pounds for .
Milk, Special, ran -.!.,.... .,
Klagsfsrd Oloss Starch, Special,' package......
lllue Karo Hyrup, 14 pound, Riwclal, can....
... . '...tic'
ARE TOU lUYfNOT If yo Bead
hel we can supply you with all
kinds at short notice, without 'cost.
WESTERN LABOR BUREAU.
1034 Mala street Phoae477J,
FOR 8ALK ROVKfat
7-room nlsstered house In Mills
Addition. 2 lota, garage, wood shed.j
chicken house and run, cow barn.
garden, lawn and trees. Price 14250.
(room house close in on paved
street, front and side porches, full
basement aad lawn. Price 12600.
6-room, modern house, Just off the
paving; basement, garage, chicken
house, trees ana lawn, mee w.
5-room house on paving, good lo
cation and close in, large lot, trees,'
etc. Price 13000.
New 5-room plastered bangalow
on paved street. This one Is last be
ing Onlsned and la wen nuui ana
modern In every reepect. Price
Dandy 4-room plastered bungalow
Welch's Drape Juice, Pint Rottles, Special, 44c Quart Dottles Me
Chaae A Sanborn's Coffee, 1 lb., Regular 66r, Special ....,50,
Chase A Sanborn's Coffee, 2 lb., Regular $1.25, Special..,..: :..$1,W
Kolger's Teu. Ulark or Oreen, Regular 50o lb , Special
Rest tirade Fruit Salad, large site, Special
Cosmos' Tomato, 5 for MA r., or Per Caae
Mocco Corn, 2 for aa rt or Iwr Caae
(loody-Rondy Teaa. 2 for HA cin., or Per Case ....
Regular 45 ct. Hulk Coffee, Special
K C Huklng Powder, Regular 80 ct. can, Special ... .
K. C Duklng Powder, Regular 50 ct, ran, Special
K C Jluklng Powder, Regular 55 ct can, Speclul ...
Our clerks are continually on the jump and it's because our jiatrons areget
ting what they want: Satisfaction in quality and price.
BUT WE ARE NEVER TOO BUSY TO WAIT UPON YOU
J. E. ENDERS & CO.
Mis. Gwendoline F.rr.r. who In- aikW K"
nentea a rortnne oi several minion
dollars from her father, the late Sir
George Farrar, the Rand millionaire
who was one of tbofe sentenced to
death by Boers for taking part in
the Jameson Raid, is one youag wo-
-honied" tone. She U still speak-!" " ." P For
lac la, tlieujame-.rTWr .wttajaver ahe jmore than a year Miss Farar haa
Been appearing on me ionaon suae.
only recently was her identity discov
ered by accident.
Is with him, loilaaapolls'Netrs.
A Claselaem. A4 will afH It.
MIK TO HMDIVI.'R r.tHII
- . . ... . , . I., i
New 3room plastered bouse in wA.-ir.u a uouieaeeiwr, wiuow,
Mills Addition near the new aehool. preferred; by young roan with two
bath, toilet, sink, lavatory and built S"s. a ana iw years oiu. nooiije.-
mrj:mj'"jzv:nninfiiiMit. " " y
.hA- k.,,. .. 1.o kava liatadi : r302.55. hia btcn tiled
maav other houses and lots in all!
parta of the city.
J. T. WARD nn
.. atJ U.I. at
rnone jo --' and iBUler, gTiaranteed. Phone
' 53 1R.1
ii - -s-a. I
J. n. and W. K. Patterson will open Ooeller and
Sw'iSr;.? .,???. J,BdSV. 2S!2 "o- w. nanon
aUVi LUHUIUVH, H, v,M. ,. mw,h
a sun tor uie recovery or two icp- o
I clerk of the circuit court by J F
Hurry (Joclli-r versu
YOU MIGHT THINK THAT OUR INTEREST
IN YOUR CLOTHES CONSISTS SIMPLY IN
GETTING YOU TO BUY THEM HERE.
BUT IT'S MUCH MORE THAN THAT. WE
WANT TO HELP YOU GET THE MOST YOU
CAN FOR YOUR MONEY; WE WANT TO
HELP YOU LOWER YOUR CLOTHES COST.
V..a ....I..J la... lilnM..I t9
V brand new buggies, backa and spring
wagons. Will sell at very reasonable
t prlcea. Also large shipment of gov
ernment tents. Max Weiss, Cth St.,
About H price.
page. Gertrude A
See ad on other
I Hereafter the llerala win publish
the mean and maximum tempera
tures and precipitation record as tak
in by the 11 8. Reclamation service
itatlun Publication will cover the
lay prevloUN to the paper's Issue, up
to 5 o'clock of that day.
WIIX OIUJAMIZK I. T. I'. IXM'AI,
Officers of the International Tim-
near Ewauna Dox Factory 7-tf hnrworkers union will orranlie tint
'FOR SALBOne leather coucb.'one ' UoTti ,"cal nr3It Run,""r' Tno c,,,r'
child's Ivory enamel crib Call 66 "' o e orgaiiuauon naa ueen re-
JL Pine St.
IIARGAI.NH IN IIOl'HI.K
Jk First A
Y lot. at I
2, I Three room neat cottage on Oak
V'Ave.. at $1800 on very easy terms
&A L'nur pitnm mnilArn litlni?!llnw In
First Addition, with garage and big
the exceptionally Iuh price or
, on terms.
xo room modern bungalow, only
t ono block from Main St. at price of
$3000 on- terms. It's a good corner
.lot on tho pavement.
I I Mnilnrn live room ttlastered bunga-
j low on pavement four blocks froroj
AiMaln; also garage, at a bargain price.
JL of $3500; torms.
j f Modern eight room bungalow two'
$, blocks from Main St. with big cor-i
ncr lot and oxcollent view at $4600;
J iturms. I
j Fine five room plastered bungalow
JU'aaa big lot wnn trees, lawn, oui-i
X buildings, plenty of cabinet w.ork,
Viand a comolete outfit of good furni
ture Including almost now piano at
up. Hetter see It today.
Good eight room house on one of
tho luuit pnrner lots In Klamath Falls
V'and on pavement, with garage,
J plenty of shade and good lawn, at
JL prlco of $6000, on easy terms,
f yi.,. , sisvnu M. DUITIf Itll Mi. In Rt
Real Kitate Specialists.
7-9 mired by union headquarters, here.
A ClnMltted Ad will sell It.
Copyn'rht 1920.lait SthiIner Bt Man
WATCH THE SIX WINDOWS FOR SPECIAL BARGAINS IN EVERY" LINE
IN THE HOUSE
Noe. 446 and 456
I HE EMERSON
Elks for Work
" I AINT MAD AT NOBODY "
The hone of Hart Sckaffner ft Marx clothes and Florsheim Shoes
IF YOU ARE GOING TO MAKE HAY WHILE
THE SUN SHINES,
nw i tlwi tlm li t i II, anil )ou run il t tin- Mork iulrltr mid belter
Ii) uiiiK 'in Mlwajk ivllabV
W lin Merul ol iIii-mi nniMcni on our m-IIIiir fliMir, anil nhli to
ri'iiiiml pronMTliii purrliuMni lliul aro kflllug lliciu
AT THE SAME OLD, PRICES
Hhlrh pn'vaJInl befitn- the preMmt high priira w-nl Into rtfent
WK ALHO CARRY A (JKNKItAL LINK OF FAItMI.VtJ MACIIIN'KltV
iuull) un ri'liiiblo iim (he JoliaMiii Mimer
VrTKKN LAIM)R l!RKU
1034 Main 8t. Phono 477J
4 mon to hondlo lumbor off chains.
NlKht $7.00; dny $fl.C0.
1 doKger, $6.50.
1 cut-off man, $6.00.
1 sluli mnn, $6.00,
3 general mlllmon, xo.on,
1 milker, Shnrnles machine, $90i
1 h wain nor. $5.50.
1 woman cook In town, $100 por
1 girl to wait on tabla.
2 huckors, $6.00.
1 ratchott sotfor, $8.00.
1 car lnader, $0,50,
1 grader, $7.60.
1 construction mlllwrlKht, $10,
WK IiKMVKR TIIK CKMIDH
You are sure of a Job, Watch our
boards for new Jobs. 7
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The Washing Colloga of Law pro
poses to establish a scholarship to
aid girl law students who are with
out tho moans necessary to secure
tholr professional education. The
scholarship la to bo namd In honor
of tho late Relra A. Lockwood, who
was chiefly Instrumental In securing
the legislation necessary to admit
women lawyers to practise in the Su
preme Court of the United States,
THE MAN WHO SAWS WOOD NQW .
In the nuui who will linvo Mipply on hand when tin neeiU It this
winter. Ik'HKiiihvr'liiitv Mim'o wood ntm laM winter. It will be)
'JiiNt am si ii mi tlild t'nter, mid it
WADE DRAG SAW
will saw your wood at tho r.iti or 2A corda per day, and will elimin
ate mid wtwther worrle. Tim Wndo Ira Haw Is f4uiy to handle, and
(hen, again, think of Urn tluo you will nave by using: one.
Klamath Falls, Agents