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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 4, 1920)
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SATURDAY, SKPfiaiBKR 4, 1M0
AT THE CHURCHES
No duutcea wtlf be saade la this
law waMas the copy ta at The
KrealBg HeraM office by S o'clock
Sacred Heart church, corner ot
Eighth and High. Iter. Hush J. Mar
ahall, Rer. J. J. Walsh.
Summer schedule, June It to Sep
tember, IS: First mass at a. m.,
second mass and benediction, 10:30
a. a. No evening eervlcee.
The Christian Scieaca society ot
Xlaaiath Falls holds services in the
lower room of the Library building,
vomer or Third and Main atrcetr,
vary Sunday morning at 11 o'clock.
mad every Wedaesdajr evening at I
The subject lesson, for Sunday:
- Whoee Smile It Worth
Who It the World's Most
V" Popular Hero?
' Who It Known es
"The Wonder Man?"
Who It More Ditcutted
Than the Pretident?
I and learn how II
Adjustment Bads I
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The 8aaday school aaaataa la from
t:4l ta 10:45 arery Saaday awalag,
The free raadlac room aid fre
Madia library la opaa from 3:30 to
4: oa Taeodays, Tharsdaya aad
First Baptist Charea, corner Wash
tagtoa aad aBBatfc.
Saaday acaaal at 10 a. ai.
Pnaaaftac at 11 a. aa.
Prayer senrlce Wednesday at P. M.
Irary aecoad aad foarta Wadaaaday
alas will ha devoted ta ailaaloaary
B. T. P. TT. Sunday avealag at
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toaqueeae. Our Budget
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Two 1917 Fordt
One 1916 Ford
Two 1918 Chevrolets
One Dandy Ford Speedtter,
Just overhauled, new body,
Tentilatinf wind-thield, and
ROY CALL, Prop.
?ii p. as.
A cordial invitation la extended to
all to attend these services.
First Preebyterlaa Charch. coraer
Math aad Plaa streets. Rer. E. P.
Lawrence, mlalster, 437 Third street.
Regular serrlcea will be held at
the Presbyterian church on Sunday
the 5tb. The pastor has enjoyed his
vacation and Is ready for duty again.
Sunday school, 10 a. m.
Morning worship, 11 a. m. Sub
ject: "Play and Work."
Evening senrlce, 8 p. m. "Church
and Labor." This will be a union
senrlce at which the pastor, Rer. E.
P. Lawrence, will speak. Employers
and working men are Invited to this
We urge new families of Presby
terian connection to attend services
and w may make your acquaintances
and be of help to you. New families
with no particular church connection
are Invited to attend our services and,
send their children to the Sabbath
E. P. Lawrence, Pastor.
Methodist Episcopal Charch. Tenth
aad High, Rav. 8. J. Chaner.
pastor, 727 Plaa street. Pbona 7W.
BEST IN THE XONG RUN
WhereY tilt tooomy in wringing the last mile out of 4 Worn-out tire when
you can buy a new GoodrichTir from 15 to 20 lets than in 1910?
DANNER-PATTY MOTOR CO.
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DIAMOND TIREA VULC CO.
KLAMATH FALLS AUTO CO.
ary society meets first Thursday of
Lutheran services will be held
Sunday at 2 p. ta. at the Baptist
church. Eighth and Washington
Rev. George E. Thelss, of Eugene,
will conduct the services.
J 167 Mala St.'
Christian church, corner 9th and
Pine streets, C. P. Trimble, pastor,
917 Pine street, phone nos. 374, 47S.
Emmanuel Baptist, Eleventh and
High streets. Bible school, 10 a. m.
I Prayer meeting Thursday, 8 p. m.
(Women's Home and Foreign Mission-
" Huckleberry Finn "
A NEW MARK TWAIN PARAMOUNT AltTCKAPTICTURB
Sunday and Monday, Sept 5-6
' All you have ever loved, or "cussed," in a boy!
And a lot abdut men and women! As only Mark
Twain himself could seejt and set it down.
The tale of a lad who'Jjed from civilization ,"
boarded a raft on the Mississippi, floated down,
dQwn, adventuring with a "King" and a "Duke"
and old black Jim.
Tho fata that will litra oa 1nn nn tU l.i
. t "6 a wc vvuxiu can'
smile, and men remember youth. Made into a pic
ture in the truest sense great.'
Mrs. Harry W. Poole was a charm
ing hostess of the week when she en
tertained for her sister, Mrs. Charles
Peck, who haa been visiting here this
summer, with a delightful dinner
The dinner table was simply dec
orated- with seasonable garden Pom
era in many bright and attractive
Covers were laid for the follewing:
Mrs. George .Watt,, Mlsa Twyla Head,
Miss Alice atcCourt, Miss Agnes Lee.
Mrs. Charles JCurrln, Mrs.. Harry
Ackley, Mrs. Jewel Barlo and Mrs.
'Thursday afternoon Mrs. R. J.
Sheets entertained In honor ot her
mother, Mrs. FrankVaugbn, ot Kan-
sts City, and Mrs. L. J. Waters and
MIks Julia Watera.of Vandalla, Mo.
Tho afternoon was spunt in needle
work and the hostess served hor
guests with light refreshments In
tho course ot tho afternoon.
Invited guests wore, Mesriamrs
Frank Vaunhn, L. J. Waters, Mlas
Julia Watcm, Jas. McCluro, Harry
Richardson, K. Q, Cummlngs, C. I'.
Masoc Rimer Brcckott, Carl Adams,
Frank Dodge, R. A. Emmltt, N. J.
Btelnmetz and Jennie Hurn,
Labor Day at the
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A MOST UNUSUAL PROGRAM
GEORGES CARPENTIER, WORLD-WAR HERO, IDOL OF
FRANCE AND HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION OF EUROPE, IN
" The Wonder Man
"THE MAN WITH THE MILLION DOLLAR SMILE IN A
The schedules of the basketball
season of the Western Conference
will be drawn up at a meeting in
Chicago Sept. 18.
MILLION DOLLAR PRODUCTION"
NOTICE FOR BIDS
Notice fa hernhv vlvan that hM will
nn rerniVAn at llm flanlr nr ninana
Bonansa, Oregon, until 2 o'clock p.m.,
October 1, 1920, for the construction
of that portion of the railroad grade
of Bonanza Branch of Oregon Call
fornla Eastern Railway Company
from station 14 Dlus 00 to station 83
plus 24. Plans and specifications
may oe seen at said Bank of Bon
anza. The privilege of rejecting any
and all bids Is reserved.
Dated: September 4, 1920.
D. O. HORN
J. L. SPARRETORN
Trustees of Railroad Fund, Bon
anza Branch, Oregon California,
and 4Eaatern RaJIwav. v
JACK DEMPSEY, .HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION OF THE
WORLD, WHOM CARPENTIER HAS CHALLENGED
,FOR THE TITLE, IN
" Daredevil Jack "
During the progress of the DEMPSEY-MISKE battle at Benton
Harbor, Mich., on Monday afternoon, we will have
special reports by wire
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