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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 17, 1920)
THI EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OMg0-
MTVRDAY, tVhX IT, IM
IttGIIKMT HT.NI.IU PRODUCTIONS
TKIlWll.i.lUKIt PATRICK. PROPS.
William S. Hart in
Imagine Hill Hurt, fresh (mm a lumber rami. United plumb In the
tangle of a laillca lingerie tuislne, willed to him by hi uncle In
addition' to n bushel ot tun theru Is a smashing battle (or it good
Always a two-reel comedy in addition
Mm K M Kdwaril niul ilnunh-
tern, Klsle niul Carrie, niul mm,
Ueorge, letl mi tli morning Irnln tin
Phoenlv, Oregon. her lltey wll'.
'make thrlr homo fur the future
r A IMillllii. ului lia liiiili nl .
I - -- -
Crater l.iiko on n pleasure trip.
Sunday Constance Talmadge in " Two Weeks "
n. pauoiigor on the morning Irnln
for hl homo In S.ui Pranrltco
Mr niul Mr. I TrenlliMti nmt
daughter, llrrthn, nmt son. Willie,
Mho hat resided In thU city for tin')
l.int (mo month, toft thin morning'
for .Mi'Mliiuvltle, Oregon, whetv Ihoyj
.Milt make their homo.
I Mm Nellie McAmlreMS a pat
aengor on the mo nil lie triilti fur I
Umiit Pat. Oregon, where she wrill ,
ltt with friend
I Sitter Restrict.'. Amanita anil I
j Ueorgw Marie loft on the nitirnlnK '
train for a vltlt lo the Mother Route,
at Naiareth. Kenluek) It I under
stood that three other Sliler will re-
1 -Jiturn with Sitter Itealrlce ami Sitter
TOO LATE TO CUSIFY'S,,KC,Al' ,,omk COOKBO CHICK- Urt In order to lake care.,
vw uiib iv aw.jar i. n,NNKK ,h u-m: of the Increased growth of the Sao
'LUNCH Sunday. 5.00 to S 00 p. m. red Heart aradenmy Hitter Su4nna
"""www ijUisuii oUQufty oo to s uo n
FOR SALK The Southeast quarter '" "
tt iKft niit llaa.f HHSVIaK aAiilUM
even, Northeast quarter ot north-' lv harvesting and other KUmalh people h" took advant i
wet Quarter .and the west half of fanning- machinery? Our line has axe of the opening of the tage hen!
Ike Northeast quarter of Sectloa Prorea ia luperiorujr. Jiowie nar-,.. ,,, ,,. hunting reeoit uiv"
. . ".
".win remain In Kentucky.
Eighteen In TowaihlD Thlrtv-aarim . Main itreet
soum. itange Kievea and one-half i ,,..,. : . .'
East of the Willamette Meridian. UShD cara? Why. yea. A Chal
There la about three, million feet ot mtn Maxwell. Chevrolet. Forde.
i .- ... anif trii,W alp TKav'm .t.ti..ttil.
i" u ii iuo. ioe price ia -- " ----.
110.000. For further Information reasonably priced. Howie Gar-
write owner, r r. tvunmii itniu. , Main at reel. 17-lf
wood. Calif.. 17 J7 N. 8camore Ave. I : ! ! " Idarrett Van Hlper wa not ery ne-,
uly 17-: 4-3 1-7-1 4-31 . Owrhauled car, iplendld ihape.'cjfuj buT dj ,rt , ftw. i
on thetr return that the agt fowl It
very icarre thl teatoa or hat Chang'
ed Ita nablrat Itert Wlthrow didn't i
even e bird and ho claim to have ,
walked ow nt of Langell ralley
FOR SAUK Iteo Hug. or will trade
for good motorcycle with aldecar.
bee Crow Swansea a liar be r
Overhauled cars, splendid
A good line. You can't beat
Howie Garage. Main street
17-lf I Charlee ITeardttey ami wife werj
.In town yetterday from their home
Wan our socontl aunlvornry and on that
dato our lo.sourcon totalled
We wish to thank evor'ono of our frlomln
who has made thirt growth notwiblc. It has
far ivu't-oded our oxpocUitiona and v tlo
not know of a new bank on the coast that
has equalled thla record.
Please understand that we are not taking
the credit for thin urowth on ouivelveH but
place it where It beloiiKH, to the prosperous
condition of our own
Klamath State Bank
'THE GROWING BANK"
Located t the Corner th and Main
KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
If iaii termnf In titeir m anevlakU I .
s?: need ear we c. -It you jusl the c.r,n'r Tu" l-X-"
you need. Reasonable price, tho- William IlrotheMon and U 1
ougniy oTerhauted. several kind.
Howie Oarage. Main street 17 It
FOR RENT A private garage
large car, right In town.
FOR SAUK An abstract plant ot
Klamath county. Can be a good
An eight room house and Ave lots.
This Is a snap for IS000; on easy
Patterson were county eut lltor
ranch In Po valley.
We have a good line ot ail cars.' Mi. Alice llckon proved up op
lt us show them to you. Howie! ,.,, i--. .i ..i.t.lir Th nroti-
ertr I In the northern part of I'oe'
Alta- valley. Proof wa taken before
17tt Countv Clerk C It Or IP
Oarage, Main street.
WANTKO Horses to pasture.
mont Ranch, phone tSS-Wt.
Make our Bank
J. V. MAOCIItr:
715 Mala St.
alfalfa hav for ,11. r.n ail. Mrs Harney Hall
mont Ranch Phone 496-W1. 17tf evening from a two months' vltlt at Arthur
7 her old home In Itojton, unio Air .j nyna
Hall wa catted eait hy th lllnett of ffrcountnt
her mother. Mr Thonus Callahan
Price lt.00 17 which retulted In death on the first
(of July. Her lllnei was an after
jmath of an Inttuenra attack lut Jan
ri(hflftlU-TuWb.m,llelr0A 8,,KCAI. IIOJIB COOKKI) CHICK
,faB buv a I'sSo- 'on rr M.v h-N' NNBI the WIIITB
pal buy at 15500. on very easy ,UXCH Sunday 5 00 to S 00 p m.
M Plynn. of the Arthur
comtny, certified public
of Tsroma. Wathlngton.
Is hern looking utvr ttio country He
may deride lo open aa ofSce la Ihts
S. K tcrntilro mi in town baying
isupptle thit mornisg for hi ranch
MOTOR HOAT for sale; 16x6. 36 h.
p. Mltchel motor. Van Meter and
Smith. Olene. Oregon. 17-23
Does your Ford bollT Try our
centrifugal water circulating pumps.
These pump have many satisfied
users. Klamalh'Falls Auto Co.. 1157
Main St. 17-tt
-ru' MAM WUO VUkS Jk-IUkttA 1 ITU,
f i-ui ecu 'm wusrras dohoiA
?. . . -.1
um ah cuuj A-rux S vooias.")
Some rare bargains In uted cars
at the Howie Oarage, Main street.
They'll blve complete satisfaction.
We have a wcll-xMected line of
used cars for aate at reasonable
prices. Howie Oarage, Main street.
We lake In used cars only when
we know they will glte satisfactory
service to our customers when we
dispose of them. We have a number
on band now see them. Howie
Oarage, Main street. 17-lf
Johnson Mowers are the hay bar-,
vestera best friends. We sell them.'
Howie Garage. Main street. 17-tf
The haying season Is on; the grain
harvest will be with us soon. Are
you equipped to handle your har
vest? We have harvesting and other
farming machinery that will do the
work for you aa It ahould be done. '
Howie Garage, Main atreet. 17-tf
The Johnson Mower haa stood the
teat. It'a the saower for you. We
sell them. Howie Garage, Malm
tkw other for the dsrasfrt bMh tb ahervtty tha ty Ml ttU Ilia Uj
law reeugntirs sad alliio uti I u ptslnllRt tksll l pjij nlfil Wre
the lurltdlrtlon of ejully lu dt t .rtr.J nd hM iaut AMMr.W
splllr i-fofminct a pfupvr tsi it l rlsitont tan II li it)th
I unlortallr rognli4 and ct rulurl) u tuiitku roisiMtt ti
upoo " From an eiamtnallun ot lh dxr tpociBcsllf M)nt IW
edjadgnl ta ;ul cited. It will ttc'fruis The fox 1 1 It latllsrl ti r
a that ordinarily lha patty tbit If pUlnllC. ruatritt li I tC4
willing to ahlds by an tutory cnnune aa agatntt iM ifvcUl m,"V
tract may treat It a subtitling up (i.ht4 (and, tba for s tUlul a
th time when prforman( should Itald runlrsrt Mid fsal eU it
Mrs N. Vf. Cantrnll of Shipping-'at Pine i.rotr
ton. left this morning fur a wrek' Mr and Mrs Richard Bterlckvr
villi with her mother at Kugene are 'vltltlng U the home of Mr and
Dr. and Mrs, W. 8. Johnton 0'" J- J ' 4rkr or rromcutiimence for the purjt ot t&altt- equity I- ailUt t sU.'il.fi la
Ronama returned yetirday ,, Jtaelr home at Saklna. Mich While dC that the othr party who ha pre-any rfamagr riii4, rro tU
l..d Ik.. -Ill ..!. . l.U - K . ..... .1. .-.
San Diego. Cal.. where thiy havM '" ' - ""ip"n "w , tmitiy rpudiirj . nail then and roregeing tuumrol at laiitcevri
'been spending several month for
the benefit of th doctor's beaph.
Mr and Jin. Pari
i-nnarnsi innei nain iaa aueaia jar .....
.Turner's parents, who are here from ?ZS SLu hnk'n M """t" u "0, ",0- ,uM"0', ' iMm W "' '"'
o m f-i -....- .k- .1.1.. u. ' ' ?"' r:. .c,,f"rnU ft It a. in force tor th purt- of lh lrm of ti4 Matrsri: Uittti
Jtsi aa trii svvi ,ui a u 1 1- aa'i riuiii en Tfc . -. swe ...
I Turner Is engagrd In an oll-eklng
cnternrlse Thev Dlan lo make an I
extended vhlt In the valley
inir sons, uavm ana jonn mrner ,,... Ih am r th ...i.
I finally daltrmlu wblhr b will -conclstloo at to lb Uw iwtuVb
ir's heah. ' "r T "' Co,,t'r "' lly. wholmmply with Its trm or fwrlt njhr. It follow that waratWrsctt
Id Turner of ' htr" " ,on"""' hnm" t Itoeky Point hi frtotuiton not to r-ffoim upn 'ouft of KUmalh o.tf l)CJJ
,. ,..t. it, ,b"1 lhT 1'11 "''' """m"r' '" ' hU tait Hut lb- part, who baa not plaintiff, that Ih. rualr UlH
I ine tti,rn irantlrr company trfortnlnr In llr.ci nhtw..in,.,. 1,, it. ruunlr ailiM not lit( lU relfl-
rill Iw moving Into ihrlr nw loca- ,Pfi 0 ,. tj!her , .LJ- ... . bOUte. plaintiff ,fe l l:ktrt-J
.Hon In the atom bullillne lu( ri. .-.. .L ..... .. . i . ....k. .... 1. Mly
"" ..I l. l..iln' r..ln.l. .-. tr - . ' ' ..
I ' - -.-. . imi or inn rnnlrirl nrlra ik. ,.... .... efrff mil eomMrle tt J rsin7"
.4.I.I.. ..... . . ... ... ...... t.-I.M.fk Mll!l
I The l-idlra of the II. P. O. Y. re-1 0i,,r llun.h ., , ,.,, r, I '"'" " ,,""u ,n ,ne ' "' mat , i- r ...... .,..--.- - ,
Uectfully reau.tl all Kik.' wive. ,uC ul lu hom. In Dor, " h "" U' ""'" lf "' """"'-1"1 , "" '
I.... ..'1..' .u T.U.l,nr f,om Ml hora ,n "ibirachofcontrartmu.t cai lik .... plaintiff, h... a t.lll fell
muii iiHuuina i ..:( i4iT . 1 14 1', (Jail fom I A "' " ('
Tue.day. Jnly 20. , ., , ..,,. . ft ""- " ""' '- '"Jri
Wilbur Telford. Ilob Rlggs snd'.M. ..., L.,.L ... ... . ..;." "nl " P""i'i i cess aot iig.
.-.- ,..,.m iui nn man mr trip,
Oeorgn Steen.on will leave tomor-br f4r ,nt0 th, uumornt Uke
row tor crystal creex, woere iney ex- fl,UBrr
CUaalned Ad wlU sU H.
pect lo do some expert flahlng.
Miss Meta Chastaln, Karl Mont
gomery, Dorothy Shlve, Walter
Welsendanger and Jack Crenshaw
left this afternoon for Crater Lake.
Miss Kllnor Torrey Is In town to
day from Rocky Point, where she I
spending a month' vacation.
Mlsa Vera Thompson returned yes
terday from Rocky Point where she
haa been for short lime.
OPINION OF JUDGE
HAMILTON IN SUIT
S E R V I C E
THE PROMPT EXECUTION OF ALL WORK AND ON TIME DELIVERY
OF ALL ORDERS IS OUR SPECIAL AIM.
We have a good supply of material and -a large crew of capable mechanics.
Small, special orders turned out "while you wait"
STOCK SIZES AND PATTERNS IN MOULDINGS, WINDOWS, DOORS,
FINISH, ETC, ALWAYS ON HAND.
SPECIALIZES AND PATTERNS MADE TO ORDER AS QUICKLY AS IS
POSSIBLE FOR MEN AND MACHINERY TO DO THE WORK .
Buy a "MADE IN KLAMATH FALLS" Product
Lakeside Lumber Co.
(Continued from Page 4)
NELSON ROUNSEVELL, Mgr.
Mill and Yard: Klamath
Avenue and Cent Street
not the law; while the contract re
malned executory the defendant bad
a right to atop the performance on
the part of plaintiff by subjecting It
self to such damage a would com
pensate the plaintiff for being slop
ped In the performance ot the con
tract." The rule Is again stated In
Olhbons vs, Rente, 61, Minn., P 4;
63 N W pagea 76-7&7 aa follower
"The question la aa to the power of
the parties of the second part to re
pudiate and arbitrarily break their
contract by refusing to perform and
by renouncing all liability under It,
and thereby prevent a recovery for
the full contract price should tlmy
disregard tbn breach and fully per
form on their part. There seems to
be no room for doubt upon this sub
ject. While a contract Is executory n
party haa the power to slop perform.
anco on thu other side by an explicit
direction to tliut effect, subjecting
himself to such ilnmnKes as will com-
pensate the other party for lining
stopped In tho porformnnco on til
part at that stage In tho execution of
tho contract. Tho party thus forbid-
den can not afterwards go on, and
thereby Increase tho damages, aiirj
then recover auch damages of the
other party," Tho question Is'agaln
considered In the case of Davis vs.
Urosaon (N. D.) CO N. W. Ilep. p,
836 la which cases Involving the
question are referred to. It U bora
aid: "The legal right on goneral
principles of either party to violate,
abandon, or renounce his contract on
the usual terms of compensation io
llg.ntly or wilfully ttlow th asmage
lo be unnatBtiarlly enhanced, or If
he doe, the Increat.d Im fatla upon
This seams to be the Uw aa
tabllahnd by many wn considered
Plaintiff' counsel Invite a differ,
ent rule baa.d upon the fact that
Klamath county's lnebtdnea at
the time of the execution of the con
tract with plaintiff eeded the
constitutional limit a ad that there,
tore plalnlffs' renwty Is to equity,!
Klamath counir hlk la n;
Ion, at ilalnd they do oot Uu) l
remdr for a tmltiloa latitat U a
an action for daiuac.l
Other qurtlliint la this tin
b-n dl.cutied but ta J
hrln alluded I" tl il,ln u
to the right of pUlntlSt to a
It I not ilMinel Doc.tttrr '
bo referred to or decided. B1'"3'
that the equlll.t In M f"
with defendant. ptloll "
j V HAMILTON.
Datnd Julr ISth, M:0
ml pick or tub pictomw
M A NRW ON KVKBT PAT . ee
MMAMMAAMkAA1MwVVs)aBjfaJsMsfsjaa . SMAjfigf
h. w. room, owe . harmt hokku MwKai m
eatesTaaaettats " ""
will appeal to your finer feeling it's a heart it
You remember how well you liked "The Lpn VwT
and "Falsa Faces" how you admired
Michael Lanyard? Then see
"THE LONE WOLF'S DAUGHTER"
with NiuUe Oleum the girl It Is thrlllU d" '
. Inlereal rverjf HMimeait , . , tiMP. f-
Tlw HIujw wUl be Continuous on Himday coibwspiic Inif i "
MATINKKH 10 AND 8.1 CKNTH
i in and aa cknth