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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 11, 1920)
lOAMATH FALLS. OREGON
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rails, et 111 Fonrth street.
it tha noMomee at KkdaV
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AT THE CHURCHES
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OF THS ASSOCIATED
The Associated Press It exclusively
eatltted to the use tor republication
C all sews dispatches credited to It.
Mm an ntmrmrlmM t I1II1 tS thlS
neper, and alto the local news pub-
. . .v.
We an slow to leant oar lessons.
Modern fire areventlon la an open
book, ior all to read yet the Klam
ath Falls holocaust proves that but
little heed It taken.
A few weeks before there was tho
flaming tragedy of a Portland apart-
meat boats. These' are warnlnics to
this city and to Oregon that similar
horrors are la the province of the
fatare Walesa we apply the recog-
amed kaowteige of fire prevention,
and rigoroasly enforce it by ordl-
aaace by state law, It necessary.
There is talk of hardship to land
lords, of alterations that are costly
aad bothersome.,. UrwKboat these
aKeratloas the stractareo are unsafe
than they are Bnflt, to house their
natrons. There must he no oniciai
machine .from this decision. For li
ia.aleo a hardship at bo mean caliber
to be Incinerated, while paying th
'heat for ahelter and safety, orvk
leave a barawg hotel by leaping
tram an upper story window to the
The most dreadful price to pay for
experience is that of human life.
Unless we "profit by that experience
Yhe price Is certain to be required of
as again. Portland Oregoalaa.
The large amounts of cottonwood
ta' southeastern Alaska If Uke the
ether species of cottoawoods, might
be used to make excellent paper, la
addition to the enormous resources
et hemlock and spruce timber found
la Alaska. .
One 1919 Ford Touring,
good mechanical tondi
Son, all new tires.,
Two 1918 Fords.
Two 1918 Chevrolets
One 191& Franklin Six
One Model 95 Overland, 5
One Ford with enclosed de
Hunt! Falls Aitt
1157 Main St
Sacred Heart church, corner of
Eighth aad High. Rev. Hugh J. Mar
shall. Rev. 3. 1. Walsh. (
a a. m.. children's service. Adalts
are requested not to attend this
10:30, high mass and sermon.
7 p. m., rosary and benediction.
The Christian Science soelety of
Klamath Falls holds services la the
lower room of the Library balldlng.
corner of Third and Mala street,
every Sunday morning at 11 o'clock,
and every Wednesday evening at 8
The subject lesson for Sunday:
rfc flamJBV aetaal aaealaa m (ram
:4t to 1S:4I every Saaday meralag.
Pka trmm M4I MM tad trttt
leadmg library la opea from 1:10 to
4:Xt ea Tuesdays, Thursdays aad
e e e
First Baptist Church, corner Waaa-
lagtaa 4 aitS
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Prayer service Wednesday at i P. M.
Every second aad foarth Wedaeaday
evealag wlU be devoted to miseJeaary
B. Y. P. V. Sunday evealag at
7:10 a. m.
a mvaial iMltatlnax la aateaded to
all to attead these services.
tii vmiMwIu chmrcau eecear
Sixth aad Plae treats. Rev. B. P.
Lawreace. minister. 417 Third afreet.
Morning worship, 11 a. m. Sub
ject, "The Value of Human 'Life."
Special music by mixed quartet.
Evenlnn- service. 8 p. m. Union
service at the Methodist church. Dr.
R. J. Reed of Portland will speak.
Kiinilir school. 10 a. m. We have
a-graded achool with classes for all
ages. Special attention Is given the
beginners and primary pupils.
Classes are being organised for young
business men and also for the women
la addltioa to classea already work-
lag. Yoa are Invited to study the
bible with one of these classes.
Methodist Episcopal Church. Teeth
j tiisfc Rm r. J. Cnanay.
paster, 717 Plae atreet. Phoae 7W.
Dr. R. J. Reed, field worker for the
Missionary Baptist church, will
preach at the union service la the
Methodist church .on Sunday night.
Dr. Reed Is a very ableVelster and
a strong preacher and will bring us
a message worth bearing. Everyone
is invited to attend this service. 7
Christian church, corner 9th and
Pine streets, C. F. Trimble, pastor.
17 Plae street, phone nos. 374, 4.7S.
RmBuwil Bantlat. Eleventh and
High streets. Bible school, 10 a.m.
Prayer meetiag Thursday, 1 p. m.
Women's Home and Foreign Mission
ary society meets first Tharsday of
Lutheran services will be held
Sunday at 2 p. m. at the Baptist
church, Eighth and Washington.
Rev. George E. Tbelss, of Eugene,
will conduct the services.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR RENT Bed .room for gentle-
mam. tiaftfc ttMMia. fnrnafA heat.
private alttlMg .room! f 1003 High 8t.
LA8T CHURCH SERVICE
AT MT. LAKI CHURCH
Tbe concluding church services of
the summer will be conducted in tho
Mt. Lakl church next Sunday morn
ing at 11 o'clock and In tbe evening
at 8. All are welcome. The Sunday
school at 10 o'clock will continue as
usual through the year.
Here la a bargain for you don't
let It go by 80 ncres 12 miles from,
town of Rogue River; 10 acres clear
ed, new six roam house with good
nnatalra' Imu triiw4 nil outalde. 11a-
ed cotton aad paper Inside; good
are place, threo large outbuildings,
family orchard, team horsca and har
ness, farm truck almost new, plow,
harrow, buckboard, cultivator. Rur
al route tnd school right at place.
Price 13500; $1500 cash, bal. .two
rear at nor cont. For Informa
tion call at Lakelldo Lbr. Co., After
5 o'clock p. m,,or wrlto care of same.
II. A. 8kelton. 11
WANTED ny sawyer, filer or mill
foreman, a mill 35 to 40. Best of
reference; Ufa experience. Address
A. C., Herald office. 11-14
Came to my Place the 8th, a red
malo hog, wolght about 130 pounds.
Owner can have same by paying for
Its keep and this ad. Frank Sexton,
phone 15-F-3, Merrill route.
PORTRAIT STUDIO OPENS
R. E. Stlnson, who recently pur
chased tho Miller Photo company.
has bought the Bend Studio from
Archlo Henllne, and announces the
combination of general portrait busi
ness in connection with scenic work.
Both will be carried on at the uond
Studio, 1136 Main St. 11-14
September records at Shepherds.
' n , 11-13
Whsre in the U. 8. A. ran you
move la a steam heated building
with hot aad cold water, bath and
toilet, with two One rooms in a brick
building la the heart of Klamath
Falls? The rent Is 130. Somebody
Is missing a golden opportunity with
regard to a nice place to. live. I
want to go away so see me at once.
Thad MeHattan. 11-tt
FOR SALE 3 stores; will sacrifice:
want to get away. Snap. Sec,
1008 Main St. 11
NEW HOUSKHjFOR SALE
One 4, 6 and room and sleeping
porch, strictly modern In every de
tail; Cove ceilings, lots of built In
cabinet work; line chandallers; stone
aad concrete foundation; full
basements, furnace: frost proof gar.
age. Must oei seen to be appreciat
ed. WKV BUY OLD HOUHK8 that
you must remodel and repair when
you may Just as well enjoy a new
one; and the cost will be less in tbe
long run. Some terms on all property.
GEO. li. CHAMBERS
1211 Creseat Ave. Phone 327W.
Do You Know What
Real Storage Means 1
IT MEANS A'24-HOUR SERVICE.
IT MEANS 24-HOUR PROTECTION TO YOUR
CAR. .' i:j.tf i
IT MEANS 24-HOUR SUPERVISION TO GUARD
AGAINST SERIOUS DEFECTS.
IT MEANS THAT DAY AND NIGHT, DAY IN AND
DAY OUT, IN ALL KINDS OF WEATHER,
YOUR CAR IS AT YOUR COMMAND.
THAT IS THE KIND OF STORAGE YOU GET AT
THE IMPERIAL GARAGE.
ARRANGE FOR YOUR WINTER SPACE NOW.
IT MAY BE TOO LATE NEXT WEEK.
DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE
L. HOAGLAND, Owner
CORRECTION IN DIVIHION II
Bulls under esch breed will bo di
vided Into two classes. Bulls over
one year and under- two and bulls
overitwo. Same prises given in each
class, st indicated in premium list.
Division C For. this year a class two
will be recognised which shall con
slst of pure breds In their 'respective
breeds but not registered. Prises
win oe d per cent or inoee onerea
in class one. Frank Sexton, Sec. .
Don t Miss This !
A REAL JAZZY DANCE
W ' 1 -
LOTS OF PEP
7TH and PINE ST.
PLENTY OF JAZZ
FOR SALE Large, handsome, well
built, two-story home,' strictly
modern, newly painted last rail. 11
rooms, hot and .cold water upstairs
snd down, new floor-type bath tub,
40-canon wster tank neateti wan
electricity, full basement with co
ntent floor; also nicely finished bed
room In basement, stationary laundry
tubs, upstairs sleeping porch which
can be opened or closed with win
dows, upstairs rooms opening Into
large court not counted as room,
sewing room, fire-place, large attic
finished which can be divided Into
two sleeping rooms, three tollotn In
cluding one In basement, new Inlaid
linoleum on kitchen, bathroom nncl
sewing room; large front porch
acreened in; also back porch screen
ed. Nice, level corner lot with splen
did view. Only ono block from
pavement and will soon have now
pavement past door. Anyone want
ing a REAL home will find this the
best buy in the city. Immediate pos
session. Inquire 203 Washington,
phone No. 183. 11
FAT HOGS WANTED
Will pay 17c, Immediate delivery
to our (laughter house at Texum,
Klamath Packing Co. 11-13
MARY E. BALL
Mnilarn frlnitarnrtitn method! and
properly supervised educational play
for all children of pre-school age,
To opea Sept. 13. Phone 114W.
Res.. 124 Jefferson. 11
According to the southern Califor
nia movlte, Alaska Is all fur-clad eskl-
mot, dog teams and snow fields, and
yet fine crops of vegetables, berries
and grain are grown each year In
-The harbors of southeastern Alas
a are Ice free tbe year rouad. i
MAIN AND THIRD STREETS
GIVEN BY FRIENDS
X farewell party was given Mr.
and Mrs. W. J. Roberts, Miss Audrey
Roberta and Mr. and Sirs. I. J. Whit
more Friday night. Mr. and Mrs.
Roberts will leave soon for Ashland
aad Miss Audrey will attend the uni
versity, while Mr. and Mrs. Whllmore
are leaving for San Diego whore they
will maku their futuro homo.'
Thoso present wore: Itov. J, 8.
Chaney. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Outhrlu,
E. M. Chllcotv, Mr. and Mrs. C. V.
Fisher, Mrs. L. K. Phelps, Mrs. Fern
Yaden, Miss Vera Wood. Miss Msr
gsret Smith, Mr. and Mrs. II. 8.
Wood. Mrs. 11. E. Momyor, Mrs. J. II.
LlnOsty, Mr. snd Mrs. 11. E. Pells,
Mr. and Mrs. Will Wood, Mrs. M. .
McLean, Mrs. I). M. Smith, Miss
Louis Oois, C. Hlnnley Wood, Mrs.
F. II. Cofer, Miss Bertha Pelts. J..O.
Ilesrdsley, J, 8. Elliott. Mr. snd Mrs.
Charles L. Roberts.
A clsssiried Ad will sell It.
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