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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 24, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
TVEADAY, AVUVHT S4, 1090
Rowing at the
Elaine Hammentoin in
A Iicauliful Star A Wonderful Story
OIIKUO.V AtmiVVUTlUlAU COL
LKHIJ, Corvnllls, Auk. 24. Oregon
fitriiiurs rould market lit leant $300,-
000 worth (if farm lirmliicu Hint now
I either goes lo wasto or Ik Hold an
rommiiii stuff wlillo rjuullrlfil for
IiIkIi claim specials, said (!. J, Mcln
((mil, iicrli'iilturn! press rdU'r of I ho
Irene Castle in "The Invisible Bend"
Ranch for Sale
Best located and best improved small ranch in
county, about 18 acres, Ji mile south of Altamont
corner. Forty acres of this tract formerly composed
the Walton place, and about 8 acres purchased from
the Altamont ranch.
Ideal for country home, with nearly all conveni
ences of the city. Fine dairy proposition. A real
home, so close to Klamath Falls that it will increase
in value. Might consider Klamath Falls residence
as part payment.
statu iicrlciilliirnl college, lo tho
Jmitmliur of Urn Htnto Kdllorlal asso-
.elation ui Antnrlii, August 14.
j "Tlio fiirmciH iii'cil UiIh service
Hindi iiiorii Hum IIki editors need t tin
IiiihIiiiifk of nilvcrllMlnir," tlio speaker
imniirtml "II would nilil not leu
1 1 linn 1200 profit to Hid nverngo farm,
mill Knwitly lixnuflt tlio comiiiiinlty by
nuiilyltiK tlio best proiluru In tlio
I moat economical tnnnnor pcsslhlo."
It wns shown t lift t un iminy an
ofnlit liaulfl, lone nml short, with
liloiililo tlml ntimlior of handlings,
flvn ((iiiiiiiIhhIoiih, nml often u few
(speculations, Intervene between tlio
I Oregon grower unit tlio Oregon con
'hiiimit of'tiotutoi'K Thin ties up much
liilmr, many earn nnd somo flood
moony. rouses deterioration of rom
inoillty, nml rontrllititi'N to Indiiitrlul
IMIlor worn urged to go nftfr tlio
lumlrivftH In order to lnti tho farmer
market to thu best advantage Hlnca '
tlio uierugo newspuper nerves 250 j
fur in h It kIiouIiI ailvcrtliio $60,000
, worth of Htuff annually
j. Thrvo pit cent of tlio total rolumo
of hushies for advertising, tho rnto
lined liuforo thu vtar by hie business,
would brim; to tho average homo
paper an advertising revenuo In farm
stuff alono of f 1,1100 a yvar.
"Tho college In ready to help do-
elop tills business. Let's ko get It,"
. ho concluded.
9 u S
Office of Comptroller o( tho Cur
roncy, Washington, I). C. July 30, 1920
Whereas, by witlstaelory evidence
presented to tho undersigned, it has
been innilo to appear Unit "Tho Am.
orlcnn National Hank of Klamath
KulU," In tho city ot Klamath Kails,
In tho County of Klamath und State
of Oregon, has compiled with nil tho
provision of tho ntatuto of tho
Unltml States roiiulrod t obo com
piled with boforo nn association
hall bo authorised to commence the
buslni'SH of banking:
Now thoreforo I, John Skotton
Williams, Comptroller ot tho Cur
rency, tin hereby certify that "Tho
American National Dank of Klam
ath Knits," In tho City ot Klnmath
Kails, In tho County ot Klnmath and
Htnto of Oregon, Is nnthorlzcd to
commotio) tho business ot bnnklnR
as provided In Suction Kitty ono bun
ilrod and slxty-nlno of tho Huvlscd
StatutOH of tho Unltod States.
In testimony whereof, witness my
hand and soal of otflca this Thir
tieth day of July. 1920.
JNO. 8KKLTON WILLIAMS,
(Seal) Comptroller of tho
A classified Ad will sell It.
PEPPERMINT GROWING AND MANUFACTUR
ING IS ONE OF OREGON'S MOST PROFITABLE
AND FASTEST GROWING INDUSTRIES
Average returns should net the investor 50 to 80
yearly dividends. With a good crop and price com
bination would pay 300.
Ready market and increasing demand for Oregon
Peppermint Oil all over the United States. m
We now have orders for more than we can pro
duce From a 5-acre field in 1916, in the Willamette
Valley, to a 1,600'acre field to be planted near Klam
ath Falls, is the history of the phenominal growth of
Candy and Gum Manufacturers all say Oregon Oil
is the finest in the world. Unlimited Possibilities.
The subscription books now open to investors. Shares
$100 each par value. Now is the time.
Klamath Mint Company
... PAUL bOGARDUS, Agent ,
3 Swanaon Bldg. Phone 484.-
CAPT. J. W. SIKMENS. President.
DH. T. C. OAMPUBLL. Vice President. V
JOHN 81KM10N8, Jit., Bocrotftry-Tronaurer.
JOHN N, DAVIES, General Manager. , i
Anuicd of Solitude.
"What do )nu think of this rich
man providing hlmrrlf with a hand
hiiiiiu tomb to Bleep In after he's
"Ho might tihte put the money Into
a hoM'ltnl, a public rnrk or a library.''
"I'tople would naturally vlwtt tho
placet. It's a cinch they'll neor re
nort to his tiuiib In Inrso numbers."
"I shall complain to the floorwalker
about nu," said the Inite Kbopper.
"1 have no doubt he Mill urtco with
ever) thlmc you soy," answered Ui
"Ah I Then he Is acquainted with
."He thinks ho Is. He's my bus-band."
Might B a Mot.
Ton th (entcer to k'aln a pluce on the
sofa) Penult mo to reuiovu the
mote, won't you?
Maiden Thank you, I would, only
only Youth Only what?
Maiden Only I see auch a beam In
your eyol Cartoons.
"Somebody played a Joke on Jim.
Bent him a barrel ot what be thought
were fine oysters."
"Where was the JoVor
"When he went to shuck them,
there weren't any oysters there."
"Then he must have been sliell-allocked."
"Tou used to pay me many pretty
compliments before we were married."
said Mrs. Dlbbs, with a pout.
"You women are certainly bard to
please," crowded Mr. Ulbba "Didn't
I Just now tell you these pork chops
wero done to a turn)"
A 8MAU MATTER.
"Ouch! Didn't you take off a
piece of my ear that time?" .
"Don't be alarmed, sir) et
saouch to ftsot the hearlnsV'
A classified Ad ,1(111 sell It.
August 23rd to 30th is
National Gingham Week
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WE HAVE a splendid stock of stan
dard gighams, from which it is
possible to select almost any pat-
.1- tem. width, or trrade: so that no matter-
m i. i what your requirements, we feel that we
can suit you.
' We also have a beautiful line of Ging-
'VCTJrvJiKyrsBViy linm TTnnco Hbce: nnrl fhr nriroa nrn
surprisingly reasonable. For the house,
or for the "kiddie" things, there is nothing as comfortable, nor as
economical, as gingham. ;
Below are listed some of the standard lines, and also a fewof
our ready-to-wear house dresses.
Colonial Gingham, 27 inches wide per yard, 25c
Red Seal and Amoskeag Ginghams, 27 inches wide
SPECIAL per yard, 35c
Utility Gingham, 27 inches wide per yard, 39c
Ferndale Zephyr Gingham, 27 inches wide per yard, 45c
Amoskeag Romperer Cloth, 32 inches wide per yard, SOc
Lorraine Gingham, 32 inches wide per yard, 59c
In the above will be found a great variety of plaids, stripes,
and solid colors, and we sincerely' invite your inspection.
GINGHAM HOUSE DRESSES
There is no line of house dresses superior to the "Mina Taylor."
We have them at prices ranging from $3.90 to $9.35.
The following is a small list picked at random from the stock,
and is only a very small percentage of the large selection we have
to offer you.
A dress of white with a narrow double stripe of lavender, with
square neck. Self material collar, cuffs, and belt. Large pearl -buttons
A pink, blue, and tan plaid dress, with short sleeves. Collar, cuffs,
and belt of self material, with large pearl buttons Price $5.00
A splendid plain light blue dress,- with white collar
and cuffs Price $6.85
A beautiful plaid of tan, blue, and white. This dress has a.plaih' ,
round neck, with cuffs and belt of self material Price $8.75
A pink and white, or green and white check dress,jwith white
pique collar and cuffs. Large pearl buttons JPrice $9.35
Watch. Friday's Paper
for details of our
Three Day End-of-the-
HALK OK TIMIIKR
KLAMATH INDIAN KK8KIIVATION
MTTliK HI'IUCJUE UNIT
Sealed bids in duplicate, marked
outside "Did Llttlo Sprague Unit,"
and addressed to the "Superintend
ent, Klamath Indian School, Klamath
Agency, Oregon," will be received
until 2:00 o'clock P. M Pacific
time, Wodnosday, October 27, 1920,
tor the purchase ot the merchantable
timber on about s.ouu acres on
Bpragua Itiver in townships 34 and
35 south, itango 8 East. Willamette
Meridian. This unit is estimated at
40,000,000 foot 11. M mostly wost
em yellow plno of which about
5,000,000 feot is on about 480 acres
ot approvod allotments, and as to
which separate approved contracts
with the Indian owners may prob
ably bo made. No bid will be ac
cepted tor less than S'4.00 for yel
low and sugar pli.o and incenso
cedar, and fl.00 for other species
during tho porlod ot the contract
ending March 31, 1934. Prices sub
MQMflt to'ttmt dato will bo fixed by
tovCommlssIo:ior ot Indian Affairs
for three-yoar periods. Each bid
must state the rate per M that will
be paid for each kind ot timber dur
ing tho first contract period ending
March 3lv-1984, and must be ac
comnanlod by a cortltied check on a
solvent National Dank drawn In fa
vor ot . tho Superintendent ot the
Klamath Indian-School In the amount
of $10,000.00, Tho deposit will bo
returned to unsuccessful bidders, but
retained ,as liquidated Oawages. it
the successful 'bidder shall tall to
execute contract and furnish satis
factory bond for $15,D0O.O0 within
60 days from the acceptance of his
bid. The right is reserved to walvo
technical detects and to reject any
or all bids. For copies ot contract,
regulations, fuller description ot the
area, and other Information, apply
to tho Superintendent ot the Klam
ath Indian School, KIsmath Agency,
Washington, D. C, August 10,
1st pub. Aug. 19 Th. & Sat. 12t
I AT THE THEATERS I
If you want to see a gripping, dra
matic picture with human problems
set forth with a story-teller's art
that holds you rigid with suspense,
and works up your emotions to tho
olnt where you begin to go through
tho "Wibat-twould-r-havo-done" cat
echism!, betake yoursolf to the Liber
ty theater and see "Tho" Valley of
Tomorrow," starring William, Bus
sll. " ' . X
Herein, this athletic favorite, with
Mary Thurman and a wholo cast ot
all-star callbor, puts upon the screen
the traglo hesitations and soul-con-fllct
that harass a man when love1
clashes with his hereditary duty lo
kill his sister's betrayer a nan who
proves to be not only tho, brother ot
the woman ho lovfea. but k vnrv
man to whom he owes his escape
from death. This show will be at
the Liberty today.
Tho dancer's smile often veils a ,
hidden sorrow. Because she la shod
in satin slippers, and vapory volls
flutter merrily ab'bul her, people -are
accustqmed to regard her as hap
py. Out Theda Bars, in "La Belle
Russe," which is coming to tho LI
borty theater tomorrow, shows that -a
gay exterior often maskS a trage
dy.' "La Belle Itusse" la the photoplay
version ot the famous Belaaco stage
success of the same name. It la the
story of a dancer whose rodrrlage to
a nobleirtnri brings upon her husband
the contempt ot hls.jfftmHy.' He Is
disinherited and aho struggles with
him: faithfully through poverty and
privation, secretly ajtvlng dancing
lessons so that they may ;aot starve.
War tears the -husband from -her '
side, and she contlnjtes. her'struggle
bravely so that her.Jbaby, boy shall...
net: suffer hardship,'? $t
The picture' Mdi with, a'silrrtnr
climax, which! Its' said to. as a't
tremendbusWrjprisi; ' '