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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 4, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
SATURDAY, NRTTRMBKn 4, MM
I If the
the Wood Dealer
not aril curn-Htt we m-II service. That aonnd odd
Well, suppose the wood dealer sold KrnrlM Instead of wood, he
would trail in your furnace and your rang, tako awajr the Mkm
and clean tlxi floe. Yon would buy o much heat.
Now roil bur ao marli light, nltliougn yon say according to the
tumult you mimw, lint b service la perform! tor yon by tfcto
company at the anbatatloa aad power plante.
That la what we want to' give yon -efficient servlca. It la the
ahw of (lit company to have none bat aatlafled easterner. No
alter what ' '" u " bTe rte?an. or are dhwatlafled ahoat
your bill or do aot understand our rates, pleaae come la aad aea
ua or write about It.
if yon have any suggestions to make, we will gladly avail oar.
aclrca of thorn aa our aim la constantly to Improve our enrvlee to
you aa fact aa the development of science aad human ability permit.
RflVAl RFI K tmrm
iiwiiia. ubkuuiiiu Mr rwiiumn tm
u uuAinr XrXoy i
III I I 1 1 I III InTMgF II I na""- ma
That within a fow daya
wo will tiavo on dliptay
the beat llarrle Granite
Monument, aa well aa
ono of marble, and wo
Invite you to compare
them with any othora In
the weit. Thoio inonu
monts are unexcelled, and
Investigation will dem
onitrato tbo truth of tbla
Klamath Fall. Marble Granite Work
George D. Grizzle
1UO OH JANKIKO, Auk. 0. (Ily
Mall.) Klnborato preparation are
being made to receive and entertain
the Kink and Quran of Ilolglum
when thy arrlva bero on the llraill
Ian drcadnaught Boo Paulo which al
ready haa lulled for Europe to bring
tbo royal party to Uraill to repay
the vUlt of President I'eaioa to Bat
glum.laat year. ''Comoodloui quart
era, handsomely furnished and doc
orated, 'have been built on the flao
Pnulo to accommodate tint royal par
ty, which will consist of (en persona.
They are expocted to roach Hlo de
Janolro some time In Heptnmber.
Knroule to Ilrnxll calls will bo made
lit Rt. Vincent and La Talmas. An
orchestra or flvo specially cboson
musicians Is aboard the Hao I'aulo lo
prorldo music for the royal guests
during the voyage. A solcctcd li
brary (Icnllnc mnloly with Ilrnilllnn
hlHtnry, Installed In their quarters,
will onablo thu parly to become ac
qunlntcd with the land thvy nro to
The visitors' slay In II rat 1 1 will bo
filled with receptions, entertain
ment and sightseeing tours, fluan
almra palace, wlieni tbo party will be
housed while In Hlo, was formerly
thn homo of thn I'rlncens Isabel dur
ing tho Into Imperial regime. ' It was
hero, nliio, where the Into Colonel
Kooiovclt vwas Installed when ho
came to Ilrazll and made his adven
turous trip to the Amnion country.
Tho palaco Is a spacious building,
located In a quiet, beautiful section
of the city. Two rows of stalely
palms lead from tho palnco to Gunn-
nbara Hay, a mile distant. For
months thn building has been In tho
hands of workmen and decorators
and now Is ready to rccelvo Its royal
New Illumination schemes are be-
Ing Installed In the principal aven
ues, now boulevnrds are being con
structed along .the sea nnd city Im
provements generally arc. being
hastened so that tbo city will pre-
sent tho best posilblo appearance
when tho Hclglans arrive. Plans for
an elaborate Venetian fete on the
bay arc. being considered. To meet
the expenses connected with tbeso
Imnroi'itmiinti ittii! tnr that ttnlnrlnln
Fluent of the Ilelglan. the govern
ment has asked congress for unlim
ited credit. . 9
Mlchelln nmnll'slxfl ras
ing and tube rout little
If any mom than ordinary
make. Ak us fust prlaiw.
Many persons saw their first game
of polo at tho recon t tournament of
tbo' Dodham (Mass.) Country and
Polo Club. Tho club genorously
opened Its gates for tho ndmltlanco
of tho public without chargu.
Tbo Hamilton (Ont.) (lolf and
Country Club Is preparing for tho
entcrtalnmont of the Canadian wo
men's championship tournamont
which Is to bo hold undor Its aus
pices tho lattor part of Boptombor.
Hereafter the Herald will publish
the mean and maximum tempera
turcs and precipitation record aa tak
en by the U. 8. Reclamation service
station. Publication will cover the
day previous to the paper's issue, up
to 5 o'clock of that day.
Max. Mln. clpltatlon
Ropt. 1 88 4
Sept. 2 89 GG
HAVH YOU INSURED YOUR HAY?
Flrea navo caused more property
losaea than have been caused by all
tho wafs, storms, floods and other
agencies 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' easy It Is
to lose your hay crop through nro,
for bay la one of the most combust
Iblo properties you can think of.
Fire Insurance would be your only
protection against financial low If
your hay crop should bo destroyed
by fire. We offer you this protection
through the most reliable Insurance
company In existence. See mo. Jos.
Drlscoll, Room-4, Loom Is Dulldlng.
Our new shoe department will be opened to the.
public in about a w.eek, 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
patronage. ' -
J. E. Enders & Co. 1
NOTICE OF BOND'HALK
Sealed proposals will be rocolved
by tho Common Council for tho pur
chase of tour separate issues of City
of Klamath Falls Improvement Donda
aggregating 117,823,62, authorised
by Ordinances of said city, numbered
G24 525, 520, 527, for the improve
ment or conger Avenue from Main
Street to California Avenue $15,-
926.29; Pine Street from Eighth
Street easterly to Eleventh Street
(12,803.22; Klamath Avenue from
Ninth Street easterly to Eleventh
Streot 17,810.00; Washington Street
from First Street easterly to Third
Street 111,284.01; respectively.
Proposals to purchase such bonds
will be received by -the undersigned
up to' and including the 7th day of
September, 1920, at the hour of 8
o'clock P. M. and opened at a' regular
meeting of the council immediately
thereafter, Said bond! to be dated
September 1, 1920, In amounts of
1500.00 due ten yeara after date of
Issue, optional at any coupon date on
and after one year, and will bear .In
terest at the rate of six per cent per
annum, payable semi-annually, prin
cipal and Interest payable at Oregon
fiscal Agency in New York City.
Proposals to purchase must bo un
conditional and accompanied by cer
tified check for five per cent of proposal.
A. L. LBAVITT,
Police Judge of City of
Klamath Falls,' Oregon?
By order of the Common Council,
"Of course my
even If you had
feraettea that fact
ynti'd get the nana.
Hi, and you'd re
member the battery
ae one free from
The StIU Better
the only one with
been selected by
of passenger cars
and motor trucks
Link River Battery Station
7th and Klamath
Klapiath Falls Cyclery
We handle the best In our Una,
aucn aa Motorcycles, Bicycles,
Parts and Accessories, Goodyear,
Pennsylvania and Diamond Tlraa
and Tubes. The nous of the
two and three wheeler, Includ
ing Harley-Davldaon Berrien.
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WlS VpVavy n?7 hmmm
327 MAIN STREET
9. C. CLEGHORN
Civil Engineer and flarveyor
Office 617 Main St.
Phones i Oflco 1M, Ren. 1MJ
OSeo Phoa 177W Ren 177R
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
' Pkraktoa and Sarsj)
Klamath Fall Oregon
fnWl Iff Anl" r
' "THt. 1
O. K. FEED 1c SALE
Under new manage
ment Best care taken of all
stock placed in our
barn. Horses, harness
and wagons bought,
sold and exchanged.
DR. F. R. GODDARD .
Osteopathic Physician and
Office and Residence
I. O. O. P. Temple
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Room t nnd B
la maintained by tha elate
In order that tha young
pie of Oregon aaay reenlve.
wllhoat coat, the banallte el
a liberal daeatla.
TH UftlttraHr liulvit..UColbato(
liurlur. 3Ik m4 Uw ArU.tKt
Gradual School, Ik. School of rkrt
col Uucotioa, 4 tto ioIomIom.I
School, ol U, MAcm Ut rarUj4).
4tklwiii r. Coommioj, Jvmuitmt.
CJucatloo ni Maik,
Hlfh .UiU.rd. of choUr.Mr sr
ui ooMlhl. W n .U. lotvltr, vll
qulovf 4 Uksratori. 4 UWry of
marlr 100.000 voIiiim..
5uKrlt.d aihWifca .ncouraeod
and tT.rr ItanUbn ftn (h hnhh
nd wlf.f of Ik. MudmU.
With holthuaW omiIU. .
lad hr lb roooal kmIiu
I ahli pBorl. tho UaU.rstlr
! bow atoriaa aaoa aa ora al
lartfa d...l.oi.al tm4 aaUad.d
For c.t.Ioru or for r.y Inlorawtloii,
Ual.oroltr at Or.Soa
1 Dr. E. G. WinaKairar
1 PaKUni BM
1 Dr. P.M. Nod
I raOftTB 4
Oven Cnlsi as si 1
I KLAMATH AUTO I
ImmHtm Omm Mnfc OtnW
i lib WOntK OVAKlJrrnnn
Phone IBaVT 911 ananianh In.
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TRY thin approved rem
edy. Just the tonic for
depressed feeling, Ions of
appetite, digestive troubles,
brain fag, or slow recovery
from influenza and kindred
ailment. A tonic, alterative
and dlurotio for blood and
DR. T.C CAMPBELL
PHYSICIAN AJfD SURGBOV
Residence White Pollen Hotel
Residence Phone. t.
WAHREN HUNT HOSPITAli
Day Phone, 497 Night Phono,
SAW MBX ENGINEKRINa
EX4ERVICB hfJEN, ATTENTION I
Tha regular aaeetlng
of Klamath Poet No. I,
American Legion, wllLha
held nt t o'clock p. a., nt
tha citv Hall In Klamath Fall, on
" "' . .w , -.lr"
me eecono ana wr .,. .f v,. m ,C0 .,V1
each month. All Comrade nro In-II iuui uumw -auumen
Thoan daalrlns to loin tho Pont
may necuro application blank from
O. K. Tan Riper, Frod Nleholaon. or
T. H. Carnahaa. nil of Klamath rati.
FRBD NICHOLSON. nocroUry.
Designer and hnlldern of
nw mill, planing wHl aa4
hox plante. Dredging. Pile aMvtec,
Office Corner Spring and Oak
Near 8. P. Depot
I aa now prepared to furnlaa
Bhaatn Sand from tha Hoey, UaiiL.
and and gravel pit. In any nantlty
that any bo desired by eentracterr
The only place where you
can get help and the only
place where you can get a
1034 MAIN ST.
. Phone 477-J
I be Mine
C E. STUCKEY
Re-Glazing and Cabinet
Eleventh and Pine
aannnnnnnnnnwnma BrV4m J M
YOUR NEW SUIT .
will stand inspection nnd command
approbation If yon have aa tailor It
for you from our oxcluslto fabric In
oar accustomed superior stylo. Wo
gmarantee a, perfect fit always. Tha,
wearer of a suit made by a ha
always tha satisfaction of feeling
himself perfectly dressed.
CHAS. J. CIZEK
518 Main Street
NEW CITY LAUNDRY
FLAT WORK .
"Put Your Duds
In Our Suds"
Corner Main and Conger
Uassath Lodge Ne. 1SZ
i. o. a F.
Meet Friday night of each week at
I. O. O. P. hall, 5th and Main street.
H. H. Ogle. N. Q.; W. C. Well, Sec
retary; W. I). Cofer, Treaaurer.
Ewauna Encampment No. 46, I. O.
O. F., meets Tuesday night of each
week at I. O. O. F. hall. Harry
Loucks, C. P.; y. D. Cofer, Scribe;
Fred Buealng, Treasurer.
Kate, also Special Rates oa Oat
of Iowa Trlfo
GILT EDGE BUTTER ,6c
Parity Brand Ice Creaa 60c t.
Fresh Ranch Egg 60c do.
Milk Cream and Full Cream Cheoso
GILT EDGE CREAMERY
oe Main St.
aVBTHl'H . WUdPM
THE ARCADE HOTEL
laea-St MAIN ST.
Tho piano with
rleallaas, plenty of
hectea and rate te
DR. a A. MASSEY