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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 17, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
MTU1WAY, JULY 17, 1M0
I HAVE DECIDED TO'PUT PART OF THE MIDLAND TRACT ON THE MARKET IN SMALL TRACTS, AT TERMS
WELL WITHIN THE REACH OF THE INVESTOR OF SMALL MEANS.
THIS IS DELTA LAND OF THE FINEST QUALITY, SIMILAR TO THE FAMOUS SACRAMENTO VALLEY DELTA
LAND, WHICH WAS ALL SOLD FOR OVER $250 PER ACRE.
IT WILL BE SOLD IN 10,20 AND 40 ACRE TRACTS, AT $100 PER ACRE, WITH AN INITIAL PAYMENT OF 10 PER
CENT OF THE PURCHASE PRICE.
THE LAND IS ESPECIALLY SUITABLE FOR MINT CULTURE, IT HAVING BEEN STATED RECENTLY BY SOME
OF THE MOST PROMINENT MINT GROWERS THAT INSIDE OF FIVE YEARS THE-KLAMATH DELTA LAND WILL BE
THE CENTER OF THE MINT CULTURE OF THE UNITED STATES. IF THIS CROP IS PLANTED IT WILL BE EASILY
POSSIBLE FOR THE BUYER TO PAY THE ENTIRE BALANCE, OUTSIDE OF THE INITIAL PAYMENT, FROM THE
PROFITS DERIVED FROM HIS LAND.
TERMS, ONLY TEN PER CENT DOWN," AND $2.00 PER MONTH ON THE BALANCE.
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Special Agents Standard Oil Co.
KlamatK Falls, Oregon
Mrs. James J. Ullllngion, of Jer
sey City, who Is New Jersey's woman
aieaiber of the Democratic national
coaunlttee, is the proud mother of
ten children, five' girls and five boys.
A survey by the United States De
partment of Agriculture shows that
the average working day of the
American farm woman Is 11.3 hours,
the year round.
No changes will be made la this
Irolotoa ualea I ho rupy U at The
Evening Herald office by 3 o'clock
t Friday evening.
Sacred Heart church, corner of
Eighth and High, Ttov. Hugh J. Mar
shall. Rev. J. J. Walsh. ,
' Summer schedule, June 19 to Sep
tember 12: First mass at 6 a. m.,
second mass and benediction, 10:30
a. m. No evening services.
! The Christian Science society of
Klamath Kails holds services In the
lower room of the Library building,
, cornrr of Third and Main streetr,
I every Sunday morning at 11 o'clock.
and every Wednesday evening at n
The subject lesson for Sunday:
The Sunday school session Is from
:45 to 10:45 every Sunday morning.
The free reading room and frc
lending library Is open from 2:30 to
4:30 on Tuesdays, Thursday and
Ftrt naptlst Church, corner Wash
ington and Elghta.
SunOay school at 10 a. m.
Preaching at 11 a. m.
1'rayer service Wednesday at 8 P. M
Every second and fourth Wednesday
evening wilt be devoted to missionary
D. V. P. U. Sunday evening at
7:3A p. m.
A cordial Invitation Is extended to
all to attend thcio services.
First Presbyterian Church, corner
Sixth and Pine streets. He v. E. P.
Lawrenco, minister, 437 Third street.
There will be 8unday school' at the
Presbyterian church Sunday, July 18,
at 10 o'clock a. m but there will to
neither morning nor evening preach
ing services as tho pastor Is attend
ing the meeting of tho Presbyterian
synod In Eugene.
Methodist Episcopal Church, Tenth
and High. Her. 8. J. Chaney,
pastor, 727 Pine street. Phone 67W.
Sunday i.igI nt 10.00 a M.
Morning Worship at 11.00 A. U.
Epworth League at 6:30 p. m.
I'rayer meotlng Wednesday even
ing at 7:30 p. m.
All are cordially Invited to all the
services at the Methodist Church.
The young people can do no better
tbsn spend an hour with the League
irom b:au to 7:su d. m. ea
Chrlstlnn church, corner 9th and
Pine streets, C. F. Trimble, pastor,
917 Pine street, phono no. 374, 475.
Sunday school, 10. Sermon, 11.
Christian Kndenvor, 7 p, m. Sermon
(Union service), S p. m.
Tho union services will bo hold nt
tho Christian churrh Sunday evening
iil tVtrt nsilnr will 1-tratiifOi trill lir.
men. Sunday, July 25, e will have
a day In tho woods on the old Fort J
Klamath road about four miles from
Klamath Falls. There will bo 8un-j
day school and church, then dinner.
lid lots of tlmu for rest and rvcrea-
tlon, and a sermon In tho afternoon, '
and n vesper service, around a camp-1
fire In tho evening All are Invited.
Tho church will have plenty of good
water. You will bo welcomu In your
Emmanuel Ilaptlst, Eleventh and
High strcots. ltlble school, 10 a. m.
Prayer meeting Thursday, 8 p. m.
Women's Home and Foreign Mission
ary society meets first Thursday of
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EUGENE, July 17 Flro that 'I
started at lr30 o'clock Monday nflor-X
noon completely ruined tho large1
drygoods store of F. E. Dunn, pioneer
merchant cf this city. Tho two-story j
brick building which tho storo occu-,
pled was also badly dumagc until
probably will havo to bo rebuilt. I
EUG-ENE. July 17. Simon II. t
Hoffman, 66 years old, a pioneer of!
tho Hluslnw valjry. d!vd ut Wlllam-
etto hospital In Ktigena Sunday nflcr-l !
noon. Ho lived ut Point Tcrruco, ;
uhcro ho sullied many yeurs ago.
nOSEHUHO,. July 17. Jean
Ward, tho 22-mouths-old daughter of
.Mr. and Mrs. Hay Ward, sustained n
painful and severe uccldent Saturday
night when shu was thrown Into the
windshield of tho car driven by lior
father, when ircollldcd with tho mo
torcyclo drvlen by Marlon Lilly.
TILLAMOOK, July 17. Tho 18
head, of pure bred Qucrnsoys Import
ed for the Guernsey cluu, which woro
allotcd to Tillamook club, wcro sold
at an auction sala at Ur. Iieady's cat-
tlo oxchango July 9. Tho hlgbost
prlco paid for a slnglo animal was
llOSEIJUItO, July 17. Denton
Muddox, tho flvo-year-old son of Mr.
and Mrs. II. W. Muddox. was killed at
0:10 Saturday evening wlion ho wus
run over by tho auto driven by Ed
I Patterson and occupied by' J. L.
Chambers and Albert Ilashford. Tho
boy's skull was fractured, his luft leg
broken abovo tho kneo, und several
other bruises and fnjurles Inflicted
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SALEM, July 17. Actual con
structlon of tho Ilonham falls rosur
voir and dam, which will .provide
means for Irrigating mora than 8,000
acres of land Included In what Is
known as tho Deschutes project, will
cturt as soon as plans for financing
the Improvement can bo formulutod,
uccordlnK to announcement mado by
I'ercy Cupper, state onglneor.,
TWIN nOCKS, July. 17. Elisa
beth Wilcox, 12-year-old daughter of
Mr. and Mrs, W. J. Wilcox of Heeds
vlllo, died at this place at S o'clock
Monday ovenlng of heart trouble
MAHSHFIELD, July 17. W. O.
ifamllton, 69, died Sunday of heart
disease at Hauser, He had been a
rancher In that vicinity for 13 years.
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Two-piece, cotton, one lot.... 25c
Another lot soc
Nobby Selections from '....10c to 50c
CLOTH HATS cioduc
One lot at 25c
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