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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 6, 1920)
AT, AVflOIIT , II
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
On Pelican Bay
in the Crater National Forest
one of the most beautiful
places in America.
Everything for the Out-
Camping dancing, good
meals, beds, boating, fishing,
American plan; rates $3
per day up.
Full information at
White Pelican Garage and
Western Transfer Office
mo latum surplus
I CALIFORNIA NEWS
SANTA ROSA. Auk. . Fcdernl
prohibition offlcers who rnccntly
.'searched the farm of D. Cnsnssn near
here, for liquor, ral too fur when j
thoy overturned n barrel of myrobo
Ian plum seeds nnil allowed them to j
become sunbaked. This Is nccord-
Idr to n coniplnlnt filed In the u-
perlor court here by Armand D. Ca-
The complaint Is directed BRnlnstl
Lorln A. iUndley, D. V. Hlnekel and
C H. Do Spiln, prohibition officers. I
Damages of $375 are sought. The'
raid took place July SCth, and D.
Casassa, who Is a well known wine
man wus arrested. ,
YRKKA. Aug. 6. Sheriff Calkins
returned from Ashland. Ore., with
William Casper nd Charles Davis,
who are accused of shooting l'at
Bculley In an attempted holdup
Skson last Thursday night.
ORLAND. Auk. C. Th eltj
trustees at Tuesday night's meetng
voted to call a bond election for
$20,000 to Install an auxiliary pump
ing plint and to make such other Im
provements as are ntcessary In the.
Square Deal Drug Store
Safety - Service - Satisfaction
UKOOHItH KODAKS STKUNO STOVIIS MMIi: POLISH
Hear the now dnnco hits A r.ood sMrtment (if the Tor hot weather cooking. Paste unil liquids, nil the
popular models t()c to $2 :5 culled tor brand
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All shades 20c , HOAI'N (Iiiuilne Pjrallln lory. small
, T WaaVKU Uunry j.0MM(i Mptlflllrj , Plvcr- and sets, 30c t $38.00
sitVll mtl'NllKM Lowney's Candles, the original Toilet Soaps, Shampoo Soap tBssiiissBasiBSBasaisHsiaami
' 0c to f 4 25 Pcknge chocolutes 20c to $3.r.t r, l0 7Sc per cake TAMT.MH
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UrunsMck, Tathe and Stradlvara, Talcum, 3Cc, Cold Crvam, COc, , We are aKents for thve MAIL OHDUtX
sold on easy terms Face Powder, 7fc Made. In Oregon Hemedlt's Mn! orders promptly dlspatrhrd
SACRAMKNTO. Aug C M. R.
MARYSVILLE, Aug. C Detec
lives- claims aggreRauns j,i;--. . . ...,,, uni, ntnnt
Rrowlng out of an Investigation or- ,, 8hM of ,ho ,
dered by District Attorney h. (a severely cut and bruised I farmers of Yolo county are strmiRly
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WOULD ItAlt ALIK.NS
WOODLAND, Cnl . Auk f The :
;m v m: mi'av i I'emvi:
I II.UMI ,MS TO II Will
said to exits In Marvill
turned down by the
YUBA CITY, Aug. 6. The exact 'vUoni Monday.
reverse of the situation for the past
three years has been observed of the
amauner in regard to the labor mar
ket. There Is a big surplus of labor
and all summer county officials have
bow best to provide for the nnem
The explanation Is given that dur
ing; past summers the serious short
age of labor has led peach growers
to advertise widely for help, brlng
lnr laborers and their families from
all portions of the country.
BoaVdo! Su7er'.h,ch ,hy "' r",lDB W.a" 5,c!,1uwBr.hl. of land In the V
REDDINO. Aug. 6. Wllljam Wil
liams Isead In the hospital at the
Red River Lumber company's camp,
near Round Mountain, at the result
battling with the problem ofoI injureg received In an automobile
mishap Friday afternoon.
Lake, two miles north of
Alfalfa hay. Call Altamont ranch.
BERLIN. July 18. (By Mall.)
Germany has a labor minister who Is
at the same time a Roman Catholic
priest. He Is Dr. Helnrlch Brauns,
who for 10 years officiated as chap
lain and vicar at Crefeld and Uor
beek, near Essen. In 1900 he be
came director of the "Volksvereln
for Roman Catholic Germany" at
Oladbach and he was afterwards
elected a member of the National
Assembly. His writings on the Ro
man Catholic labor
aamereus: Dr. Brauns Is S
SACRAMENTO. Aur. 6. Frank
Sllva. saloon- keeper of lsleton, who
MARYSVILLE. AurusI C Mrs.
Emma HnpROod. who won the. dis
tinction or nnvlnR tauRlit school for
47 years without losing a kIukIb day.
died at her home here Tuesday at
Hie age of S5 years. ,
LODI, Aug. 6 Mr and Mrs. Vo-
has been held at the county Jail on a , tnw. of WashlnRton. D. C, were In
murder charge following the slaying attendance last week ct the Seventh
In his place of Manuel NobridRe on ijay Adventlst camp meetlnR on the
March 16, Monday znornInRvommlt- ,i0dl Academy campus. Mrs. Votaw
ted suicide In the corridor outside, a auter of Senator Warren (
his cell by slashing bis throat and .Harding. Republican nominee for
abdomen with a razor.
GRASS VALLEY. Aug. C The
forest Ore east of Grass Valley has
burned over a tract four miles long
and two miles wide and still Is uncontrolled.
WOODLAND. Aur. C The city
trustees passed a resolution Tuesday
night making it prohibitory for
campers or travellers to occupy
nnm In the Woodland free nutoml
'bile camp for a period lmger thnn a
iir r. tiffl
iitk !mn found one llert l!n hard
to h.'indle Iluy uus uirested ni
Wltislow as a filRltlve from Justice
!t i.u'.li' in that. tmi. liny made a
' Rir.h lur uii otllcir riiii nnil the lat-
.it. rt'porttd he hud to break Ido's
arm bofcre lit- umld nverpower hi in.
lnfln favor of the prohibition of Orient-
Wln.liiii. mi n iimIiI.... f,nm littlli-. l.tf 1) llittirw l-rnt.i It llli.ffitt un.
taken . i . ...... , . ..t
i Iti Ni'W Mnxlro Whi.li Piiii.liilil,. !!! im.ti hn hu ri-llrril (in n fortune
ut the nrloUK fsrm centers by Coin ...... , .... i ,..
ALTURAS. Aur. C. Reports here.WMk
are to the enect that the western)
Pacific has purchased or Intends to NEVADA CITY Aur. 6. The
purchase the Northern California &!aCh00, nouee at Montezuma Hill fell
Oregon Railroad, a norrow-iruaRe , th . . nr ,. ,,,,
rollroad operating between Hock-that ectlon of ,he counly ,Iurng ne
stair and Lakevlew. Ore. ,, ev. (layg ,, , doubtrtiI
HOLMSTErTTT C-A brush.' hhw ' rl,,1fWllb' r'"U", '"
movement are feed and grain fire, said to be the ' " , ,
. ,L. Dniiilnnl hlln iwr9n lnlTliil
years 'worst in the history fo San Iiernlto'"" ""; """""'' -.......
' 'county, wa. extinguished ear.y TiW"!"' TJ LTJLZ
: day after six days of bard fighting. I' -"" w"'"""" ", '""-. .-
TWo-plece underwear, and collars. Several men were slightly burned inlse,ller w'th ,,'nc,nK nm other I,0,
i Knv. i ul'ic nun uu lunuiuuLC ii.j
with comfort and endurance upper-1 combating the flames, but none ser
most. "Cc per garment and up. R. jlously. No acurate estimate of the
7. Hammond. 08 Main St. 5-6 damage has been made yet.
these properties and the Iom
reach several thousand dollars.
a&VwaagAV) n u3x$?l$it!M
Small size MIcbellne are made of the same
luallty materials, by the same careful
workmen, and in the same modern factory
that .have made Mlcbelln . Rlng-ebaped
TuU-e and other Mlcbelln products faroouH.
11th knd Klamath
MODESTA. Aug 6. P. O. Mc-
Ivennfi. neem. rhnrifed with thn intir-
ider of Maymo Helm, 19-year-old
girl, was foupd not gnllty by u pury
In the superior court hero loto Tuon
'day nfternoon. Tho Jury was out an
hiour and thirty mlnuttB.
YtlHA CITY, Aug iJtrgo ex-
pendltures of city funds necessitated
by the extension of water mains of
the Municipal Water Workx caused
by a building boom the city bun ex-
'perlenced, has caused the funds in
the city treasury to become almost
exhausted, according' to a report
made' to the city trustees and plans
were discussed for ralslnc aditlonal
funds to run the city.
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Western Floral Shop
FOR YOUR LOVF.I) ONKH
living and departed, flowers
aro the logical, natural tri
bute of esteem and affection.
Being Nature's loveliest gift
to man (except woman), you
cannot show your feelings in
a tenderer .way than by
means of floral gifts. Cbooao
from our large and beauti
ful array. Bet pieces made
"-'fon nnt n
" ' -41 Mala 8c.
YUBA CITY. Aug. C Reuben M.
Rockholt, well known retddent of
Meridian, Sutter county, died at the
home of his daughter, Mrs, Peter
Llnd, In Yuba City Tunsdny after
'noon, He was 82 yearn of ago and
a native of Missouri,
REDDINO, Aug. 6. There wore
six tenchcrh' certificates Issued to
teachero thin year on examination,
but this does not relieve the short
age, for 27 teachers are needed ta
equip Shnstu county districts for tho
term of school opening In September.
BECKWITH, Aug. C In nil. prob
ability the great sawmJII of the
Davis Lumber Corporation, a few
'miles from this place will be in ac
tive operation by tho middle of this
You'll never talk thru a hole In
your hat If you buy the bat from us,
Excellent felts and straws prices
so low they'll scare you. R, I. Ham.
mond, 68 Mala St. S-8
ty Advisor W. D. Norton
(Onrdner went to feed liny one noon nude
: liny knocked him uiironcloii and 'other
. Mrnilr hltf t'tln ktn, find Mwinnl ! rfltfi
turu bride pructicc and !. nRa nst'ThlnkltiK hr had killed th rur.'talil
It. Votes for the eitr of cindle Ray -tt a mile for tlie nthi oKIc.-in
and peons Into the United Slate n lork'd( Gurdner In u vll. left the
bunded laborers follow Jnpacene. Jail, locked the mam door, hoarded
20 yes; 79 no. Chinese, 18 ye. 7s)n trelilht train und left town. He
no; .Hindu, 1C yen, 77 no; Mexican'wa r arretted in Viedler i I'.'n,
27 yes, 71 no. Inln. by federal ofllrvrn. but there a
u n Keiieinl roiiirnrtor nud In
limine enternrl' ciitiimonly
regarded n the exrlunlve field for
ill-n. will proli,tbly le (lie Deiiincra
tit n'miliien (or Ktatu Auditor of
MtaMnrhtiM-tt this fall. She has
'(in.i'nlfd to be a candidate for nom
inatlon In thn primal v, und the Imll-'-allium
re tluit the will hate mi op.
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3rd and Main
Tire, Tube, A'ceorle
WHITE PELICAN GARAGE J
1SMH Mala Ht.
TlreM, Tubes, Accessories
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' 40 Mala 8t. .
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