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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 31, 1920)
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TUESDAY, AUGUST 31, 1M0
LAID 1Y FOB THE WINTER
MeuetwtvM ef larly New Yerk Ola.
eatltned With Ltee Than a SI
I - Mentha' Supply.
The ttereatk hour, or, rather, ati
'clock roah to the delicatessen itore
that marka the approact ( dinner
to theae daya of freniied house
wifery would bare teemed a strsnge
asadcap phenomenon to the food
kaa wives of aid New York. They
weald hare felt 111 provided should
tfcty haTt had Vm than alz months'
'Vavlalona la tTfardtr.
According to tka memory of on
malt hoy of attefety-nTo rears- axe
the thrifty Dutch, folk who lived alone
Ike west aide of .wkat la aew down
town New York laM la atorak la Oe
fteter and Noremwar to laat until April
ec May. They fcaaght a quarter of
k hog or a sheep to furnish the
de resistance of the winters
Beanie, The beef waa corned or
looked. The pork and mattoawaa
similarly cured and pat away. 'The
waa dn la pahue eraoke
malaUbMd for proit
A Barrel of tear, two or tare of
apples and potatoes added the vege
table ' content u the menus. Other
aapptlea to lead variety were laid by
Ik lesser quantities. All aorta of farm
prodaeta were purchasable la the fall
at minimum prices,' because' at that
time many nailing'' vessels and barges
a the river frees upstate
i with store. Aa wlater and the
dosing of the river approached the
farmers and merchants grew aaitpua
to dispose of their stock and the
towafolk coneeeuoatly boaght at aa
advantage, which they were tnot alow
to take. New .Turk Eveaiag.Saa.
CREED FOR EVERY 'AMEBICAM
, Unsnlaale -oo'hliff V:Whlek
AH'CltlseM tkeuM fcAecrlhe
anal was Along,
Hearty every' reader la familiar wttk
the' express! oa. "KVa good thing: pass
K along." The other day attention
was attracted j by a. "good thing"
which la here pasted along. It Is a
"financial creed" for every man, wom
an and child ragge;ed by the savings
directors ef the 12 federal reserve dis
tricts. Bead It carefully. It la aa
I believe In the -United States of
My opportunity and hope depend
upon her future. t
I believe that her stability snd prog
ress rest upon the Industry and thrift
ef her people.
Therefore, I will work hard and Uvo
atatply. V -
I will spend leat thaa I earn.'
I will use my earning with car.
I wW save consistently.
I will Invest thoughtfully.
To Increase the 'financial strength of
my country and myself, I will buy gov
I will hold above barter the obliga
tions my country thus Incurs.
I will do these things to Insure the
greatness of America's. future, i
King Alfonso cut short his recent
visit to England in prdsr to return
to Spain to be with his mother on
her birthday. Throughout his life
ho kaa never failed to spend that day
Two coavplste matinees every af
ternoon at the Liberty, starting at
1:30 and 3:30.
la I Real Estate
IBv PEItCY L. CatOatBT
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to salalaJaoJ by theater
la order that tko yaai pea
pi el Oria aaay sweat.
witheat rt. Ik hatlta l
m liberal daearfUa.
tit UKlMttltr lathi tlw CHij o
llMraWt. Science and tW ArM.U
OrW-iaU ScSool. On School of Part
V) CJuntle. miJ W sufawfaaal
School ol U. IMUm 11 rartlaaa).
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Uttctloa ciU Mtitk.
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4lfi Ukoratoric uj atoarr el
Snatnlatd ttVlctk an nmneJ
4 awry Mimaon ava tka hatha
ana1 vUra et the ttaatnt.
Willi. aelaataaa mllim
ataae r lh raaaat uinOIm
ataahlU aaaaart. lb CalTacaht
le aaw eataatai aaaa aa am af
larsa aaaeleacaaat aa4 aataaaaa
For a caUlaan or tot fafcwawttaa.
Valvarallr at Oil
Tko native negrooa of Panama
sneak excellent Bnaalsh.
'About 14,000,000 families In the
United Statea own their own homes
A classified Ad will aeU It.
NOTICE OF BOND BALK
Sealed proposals will be received
by the Common Council for the pur
chase of four separate Issues of City
of Klamath Falls Tmpmvamant Ttanrta
agtrecattag $47,813.62. authorised
by Ordinances of said city, numbered
5I2.'t35, 5Z. 527. for the improve
meat of Conger Avenue from Main
Steoat! tf California Avenue $15.
ill. II: Pine Street from Eighth
Street easterly to Eleventh Street
$11,103.22; Klamath 'Avenue from
Nlfetk -Street easterly to Eleventh
Street 17.810.00; Washington Street
from First Street easterly to Third
street 111.284.01: respectively,
proposals to purchase sucn nonas
wilt b received by the undersigned
up to and Including the 7th day of
Bektember. mo. at the hour of 8
o'ock,P. M. and opened at a regular
meeting of the Council Immediately
thetwaftaaj Said bonds to be dated
SeptemkM , 1920, In amounte af
$5ee.ot4toe.ten yeara alter date or
Issue, optional at any, coupon date on
and after one rear, and will hear aaV
terest at the' rate of all per ceat pe
annam, payable aemi-annuaiiy. prin
cipal aad Interest payable at Oregon
Fiscal Agency In New York City.
Proposals to purcbaae must be un
conditional and accompanied by cer
tified check for five per cent of pro
A. L. LEAVITT.
Police Judge of City of
Klamath Falls, Oregon.
By order of the Common Council.
Office of" '
of the Cur-
Washington. D. C. July 30. 120
Whereas, by satisfactory evidence
preheated to the undersigned. It haa
bera made to appear that "The Am
erieaa National Bank of Klamath
Falls." fas the city of Klamath Falls,
la tho County of Klamath aad State
of, Oregon, haa complied with all tb
provisions of the statute of the
united States required t obe com
piled with before an association
shall ho authorised to commence the
business of banking;
New therefore I, John Skelton
Williams, Comptroller of the Cur
rency, do hereby certify that "The
American National Bank of Klam
ath Falls." in the Citr of Klamath
Falls, In the County of Klamath and
Stat of Oregon, Is authorized to
commence the business of banking
aa provided In Section Fifty one nun
dreV and sixty-nine of the Revised
Statutes of tbe United States.
In testimony whereof, witness my
band, and seal of office thla Thir
tieth day of July, 1920.
JNO. SKELTON WILLIAMS,
(Seal) Comptroller of the
Aug. 13-20-27-3-10-17-24-1-8-1S. 1
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TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
ntlY A HOMK V.RNT
There is a world of satisfaction In
knowing that .You do not have to
mow, so why not btly n good honw
and settle dowaf Wo shall bo glad
to show you tho following;
Brand new- thrco room plastered
house and small corner lot one block
from Main St., near river and lake,
at a bargain price of $1500; halt
Neat and modern four room bun
galow with bath and plenty of eabl
not work In kllchon and dining
rpom, at special price of $1600, on
flood four room bungalow on
Ninth St. pavement, with One lot and.
In excellent neighborhood, at the 'ex
tremely low price of $2250. Ony
$900 cosh and tho balance like rent.
flood flvo room bungalow on big
corner lot one block from Main. Tho
prlco la only $3000, on terms of
$650 cash and ISO a month.
Modem five room bungalow and
garage, close In on Tenth at. pave
ment. Non-resident owner Is mak
Ing special price of $3500; terms.
You'll have to hurry It yoa want
this modern Ave room bungslow on
Tenth St., with lawn, trees and fine
garden tract. Price Is only $3350,
on terms of $1250 cash.
In Mills Addition, close to the
mills and factories, we have a good
four room house and three big Iota
with fruit tree and nne garden
tract. Prlco $1400. on terms of $400
And we have a modern tea room
house with 'two big Iota on corner,
close to new school site., at the ex
ceptionally low price of $5000. on
terms' of $1000 cash aad $50 a
And over along the river, where
frultlMldom falls, we have a good six
room house, with fine garden tract.
good orchard aad about 100 feet of
river frontage. A good home for a
terse fr.!!r, si - spscUl price of
$1000, on terms of, $1000 cash.
We.also hare. an exejustre list of
high clsss Income property In Klam
ath Falls, aad farm lands, In.the sur
rounding country. We can save you
CHH.COTK ft SMITH
633 Main St. 31-1
HAVR YOU INSURED YOUR KAYT
Fires have caused more property
losses' than have been caused. by all
the wars, storms, flooda and other
agenclea of destruction of historical
record. Nothing Is Immune from
destruction by Are, even though fire
proof materials are above, below, or
all around It. Think how eaav It tr
iwwi ivir uaj ituy inivaia urn.-
for hay la one of the most combust
ible properties you can think of.
Fire Insurance would be your only,
protection against financial lose If
your hay crop should be destroyed
bv fire. We offer you this protection
through the most reliable Insurance
company In existence. See me. Jas.
Drlseoll, Room 4, Loomls Building.
FOR SALE String beans, 10c per
pound. H. B. McLane. phone
FORD ACCESSORIES and repairing.
we use only genuine Ford parts.
Klamath Falls Auto Company, 1157
Main St 31-tf
WANTED A four room house.
Phone 376, ask for Apt. 10.
FOR SALE One chiffonier, one two
burner Perfection oil stove, oka
round English breakfast table and
one three quarter sis bed atead and
springs, Phone 343.
There will b a sliver tea held st
the bomb of Mrs. J. J. Keller,. 71 8
Jefferson, Wednesday at 2:30 p. m.
40 ACRE RANCH FOR HALE
Sandy loam soil 6 to 12 feet deen:
between Merrill and Malln, across
'road from Shasta View school,
acres Irrigated by pumping plant
from Government ditch, all could be
irrigated. 22x26 house worth $500;
also other buildings and well of flne
water. Price $2000. Terms $1000
cash, balance reasonable. Write to
or see James H. JJeldln, Merrill P.
O., Malln stage route. 31
That's AtRiCtr mm vo
TO rALrf-Bur YOO DON'T
vuHeRe 1 rrer the Thtcs To
rtET THIS -STUFF. RBLIFVF
MP -fOON'T KNOW HOU;
oving iv ncc 1 nY rCA7
Fall Styles Now on Display
PLACE" ORDERS at one Wild
pluraa. 20 lb. case, II, an m
case, f. . b. Lakeview, Ore. Ltoyd'a
Cash Store. , 31-94
FOR RENT Bedroom,
phono 31 7 R.
FOR. SALE Exceptionally nice oak
and . plate glass show case. In
quire bf Mrs. Cowden, Baldwin
Hardware Co. 31-2
FURNISHED ROOMS for rent.
Newly renovated, new haddlnr.
hot'and cold water, rates reasonable.
HOBM'Koomlng House. 920 Klamath
$6000-f-'S room house completely
furnished :1arce corner lot" on 9th
St.1. tWd blocks from Main St. $1000
cash,' balance easy.-
$1100 New 5 room plastered house
in rairview. Lot 50x110. $400
cash and $"40 per month.
Af A. BELLMAN A CO.
. 406 Main St. 31-2
FOR SALE 5 head pure bred Cots
wool bucks. Write O. L. Holbrook,
617 Alameda St., or can see bucks at
ranch at Malln. 31
FOR SALE Folding
almost. new. Call 1!
St. Phone 223W.
WANTED At once, small
hand tent. Phone 390M.
WANTED Boy with blccle for de
livery worn. Liberty Market, phone
FOR SALE Collapsible' baby carri
age la good condition. Am leaving
town. 840 Walnut St. 31-1
There are a number of boys and
girls that wish to attend the Klam
ath county high school and work for
their room aad board or get outside
work so that tber may Bar for these.
Anyone wishing- to employ hlsh
school students will please communi
cate with Mr. Ooetz, principal of the
high school. 31-4
FOR SALE By owner, a cosy four
' room house on paved street, two
diocks from Main. Very reasonable,
320 N. Uth St.
FOR SALE By owner, 20,000 acros
Sectlona 16 and 36 In Lake and
Crook counties, at your own price.
Make offer on any 640 seres or nuira.
Write E. T. Fisk. White Pelican Ho
tel, or T. B. Walters, 620 Main St.
FOR BALE By owner, 5 million
feet timber on Upper Klamath
Lake. at very low figure. Write E.
T. Flsk, White Pelican Hotel, Klam
ath Falls. 31-4
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, yck; Buy ra
1 11 UWY 1
HATS OF QUALITY AND DISTINCTION,
THE VERY NEWEST MATERIALS,
SHAPES, COLORS AND TRIMMINGS;
HUNDREDS OP SMART HATS ARE
OFFERED AT PRICES YOU CAN AF
FORD TO PAY, IN ORDER TO MAKE
THIS DEPARTMENT KNOWN TO YOU.
BE CERTAIN TO SEE THEM BEFORE
BUYING YOUR NEW FALL MILLINERY.
Klamath Variety ShoP
S-lO-lSVnd 25c STORE
LEGION FANS PULL .
FOR 1S-ROUND BOUTS
SACRAMENTO, Cal Aug. 31.
Local delegates to the American Le
gion State Convention held at flan
Diego last week returned with the
word that the proposed fifteen-round
boxing law mot by the endorsement
of American Legion representatives
'from all parte of the state. The res.
olutlon waa presented by the Golden
date Post of San Francisco and
there waa not one objection voiced
against, 'such a law, according to
Chester, Oannon, Chairman of the
AthleUf Committee of the Sacra
mento Pott, - .
The proposed, law which likely
will be put on the ballot will be
similar In alt respects to tho New
York Boxing Commission regula
tions that were passed and which re
vived the game there. The state of
New York receives a compemntlon
front all shows, tho promoter, sec
onds, boxers and buildings aro li
censed and the rules of the contests
Our new shoe department will be opened to the
public in about a week, and will occupy quarters
in the stores located immediately next to our
grocery store. We will handle complete lines of
men's women's and children's shoes, and they
will be the best obtainable. We solicit your
J. E. Enders & Co.
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AT THE THEATERS f
A clean, bright, entertaining photo
play, strong In human Interest, show
at the Liberty, Theatre tomorrow. It
la "Tin l'an-Alley" a snappy title
for a bcsutlfulj plcturlsatlon of the
spirit of the horno and what it meaaa
In humanilvas. The story on which
tho picture Is Founded is br William
C. Lenget, and recently made a big hit
in one 01,100 magasines. 11 isiia or
the struggle of a youth to make a suc
cess musl'calirY-of bow he finds tho
trim source of Inspiration In a place-
most unexpecteded to him and
thus learns tnedlffereace'botwe t he
nna m and the, reel In life.
Tho picture lives up to tho usual"
cxcellonco of William, Fox produc
tions. The stars, Albert Ray and Eli
nor Fair, do excellent work supported
by a good cast.
are mnilo for tho benefit of the fans
In gltlng them tho best of fistic en
tertainment. C l(DIUv