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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 13, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
tWEDJTESDAy, OCTOBER 18, ISM
f Phone 4I4W.
The Model Kitchen
Home Cooked Meals -
SHORT ORDERS AT
ALL HOURS' '
Mrs. E. M. Bechdoldt
323 Main St
IN OUR WINDOW
...L 1 ii-t A...1 .. Trnnmnnil L..i
:i .' fir.
You women who have "always wanted a HOOSIER" but
who have always felt you had better wait a little longer to get it
here is your opportunity to own a HOOSIER at once- ' ,
Join our HOOSIER Club. The initiation fee is one dollar.
As soon as that dollar is paid the HOOSIER is sent to your home.
Immediately you will save miles of steps each day. You
will get through your work quickly and have more time for rest
We'll be glad to give you a demonstration of the many
superior features of America's Favorite Kitchen Cabinet.
One 50-lb. sack Crater Lake Brand Flour free with each
Hoosier sold during demonstration.
One 50-lb tack Crater Lake brand Flour free with each-Hoosier told
JOHNSTONE FURNITURE CO.
Klamath Falls Cyclery
Wo liandlo new and robullt motor
cycle and bicycles, also parts and
accessories. Goodyear, Pennsylvania
and Diamond Tires and Tubes are
our lino, and Harloy-Davldson Serr-
lee;-whleh-spells Huuesl, Dupsfla,
C.' E. M8MARK
IIS S. Sill Ht. Klamath Fall
327 MAIN STREET
Opaa 10 a. an. to S p.
AT THE THEATERS
Mnrjorlo llauibenu, described by
lrmllriK itrniuntlc crttlrs ax tho ureal
i'l emotional nctrvss of llio Amcrl
can stnKo nchluwd tier final triumph
In "Tho Kortuiio Tiillur," tho llrond
way surrvrs, written by Lolghlon
(Iruvi'i Okiiioii, Tim icrorn vrrilnn
of tho piny. nld to 'bo uven morn
strlklnit tlian tho stago performance, Thursday that Miss lana shakes a
opens at tho Liberty thi-utro today. I wicked shouldor. In the brief vaca
It Is a Hobnrtson-Coln Super-Special, jtlon that directly preceded 'her start
In her new production Miss Dana
Viols Dana now tins tho role- of a spent many hours before a mirror
chorus Rlrl whom specialty Is shim-1 teaching hor shoulders to mlsbc
my dancing. Advancu reports Indl-'havo.
cato that tho vest-pocket star's tinny
ndmlrvr will discover whrn "Tho 15'
Chorus nirl's Ilnmnnce" appears on i costs,
tho screon at tin Liberty thentro'
i eff on all ii) en's suits and
K. K. K. storo's Hanrest sales.
Vote for George Chastain
For County Judge
HE STANDS ON THE PLATFORM OF PROGRESS
His election means for Klamath County an administration of county affairs
in which money will cease to be paid for attorneys fe.es and more money will be
available for road building; in which no money will be paid to private detec
tive agencies And more money will be spent in school development.
If you as a taxpayer and voter stand for progress, how can you do other
wise than endorse the attitude shown by this extract from Mr. Chastain's
signed and published statement:
Sv j i m Sk
'.J "I hopa to have an administration that will mean progroos for tho county, good J'
J roads, schools and a careful business management oftaunty affairs that will advanoe
"the coatunlty and reflect credit on mo and I do not feel that I can accomplish this If
I must always' have tho clanking chains of three courthouses dragging around with l(
ma the carcass of an Ibbuo that has boon too many long years unburled,' i
. PUZZLES HIM
8A.N FltANCiaCO, Oct. 13. A. J.
HcKay, a Southern Pacific lomorno-,
tlvo cnglncor. discussing motorists
who raco with bis train for a com
mon crossing, I spuixled o know
what all tho hurry Is about. Says J
"If auto-drivers realised bow lit
tle time they save It they succeed
In crossing In front of an approach
ing train they might be more con
tent to wait until the train got by
and thus guarantee their own safety.
"A local passenger train, consist
ing of an engine and four or five
coaches, traveling at 45 miles an,
hour will moke 66-fcct a second and
wilt be only tiro or six seconds In
going over the crossing and a little
less than that If making the limit of
CO miles an hour. The heavier over
land train, with the cars averaging
a little longer than In local service,
will generally pass over a road cross
ing at the rate of one a second. If
the aeto-driver stops at the track
while the train In still a quarter of
a mile away, he will only have to
wait about 20-seconds for the train
to get to tho crossing and then a
few seconds moro for the train to
"Most of tho -ecldonts at highway
crossings are those In which the
auto gots mixed up with high speed
trains. Freight trains of SOcars or
less, frequently travel at tho rato of
30-mJlcs an hour and at that rata of
speed the shorter cars wUl bo going
over the crossing at tho rnto of ono
a second; longer freight trains at
slower speod will uso moro time, but
evon then the delay In Insignificant.
"Frequently engineers of trains
make reports ot "close calls." but
there does not seem to bo much re-
sutl front that courte.
"Somo drivers claim that no warn
ing was gtvon by the approaching
engine, but what can bo snld for n
man who strikes the side of a train
affer the engine and three or four
cars have gone by? Or the man who
claims he would have "made It" It
the gate-man had not dropped the
gate? He broke the gate and had
his machine wracked.
"A few seconds! Is It worth the
Dr. E. & Wisecarrer
Dr. P. M. Nod
L O. O. F. Re
Office Phone 177W Km 177R
Dr. H. D. Lloyd SUwarl
PhralcUa and Bargee
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
Office and Residence
L 0. 0. F. Temple
pnrsKiAN ahd mmamom
1TW ' Room latl
DR. T. C CAMPBELL
PHYSICIAN AND STOOBO
I. O. O. W. BsdMtas
KLAMATH AUTO '
AM KlMi f SfttBt staaav
Oms Btoa Onkt
obgxKvicm wax, Aimmon
The recvlar BaetlBSs
ot Klamath Post No. ,
American Legion, will he
held at I o'clock p. is., at
the City Ball la Klamath .ralla, oa
tha aaeoad and toarth Taeadaya of
each atoatlu AU Coaradea ara la-vltad.
Those daatrtna to loin tha . Post
mar aecara application blanks from
O. K. Vaa Riper, Fred Nicholson, or
t H. Camaaaa. all of Klamath rail.
FRBD NICHOLSON. SecreUry.
The oaly placa wbara yau
cam fat kalp aad tka oaly
placa waaro you cam cat
1034 MAIN ST.
NEW CITY LAUNDRY
"Put Your Duds
In Our Suds" '
Corner Main and Confer
7 HOUR DAY, Vienna
VIENNA. Sept. IS. (By Mall)
The cabinet council has approved
the seven-hour day for civil ser
A good bed and a good bath,, at
the Colonial Rooms, 11th and Main
Sts. t IMS
Qst a aood bath at the Colonial
Rooms. 11th and Mala streets. 81
Cua. at bat water oaaataatir wait
g. II easts, BYea to roomers.
Prompt Service aad Reasonable
Rates, also Special Rates oa Oat
af Town Tripe
W. E. AJ. E.
Coast acting Psaitiiie
Res. Pkeaa III-R 111 N. 4th St.
Three stores, all paying.
Location Al. Must sell
owing to other business.
See 1006 Main St
Realdoaea WhlU Pelican Hotel
RaaHoaea Phoaa I.
DR. L. L. TRUAX
WARRRIT HTJlfT HOSFRAL
Dar Pbeae,.4S7 Right
SAW MILL EXGnreSRDia
Pealgana aad bafMera af saoeV
era aaw mills, planing msTIs aa4
boa plsmU. Bredglag. POe aVivm
.Office Corner Spring and Oak
Near S. P. Depot
I am sow sreaarad ts tnrnlak
ShaaU Saad tram the Hoar, Camt,
saaa ana gravai ait, n aay saaaocy
that may ha daslrad fcj aaatnaassf
Al. r. GRAHAM,
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Let Your GLASS troubles
Re-Glazing aad Cabinst
Eleventh and Pine
Klaaaath Lodga No. IS?
Meets Friday night of each week at
I. O. O. F. ball, 5th and Main streets.
H. H. Ogle, N. Q.; W. C. Wells. Sac
rotary; W. D. Cofer, Treasurer.
Ewanna Encampment No. 46, 1. O.
O. F., meets Tuesday night of each
week at I. O. O. F. hall. Harry
Loucks. C. P.; W. D. Cofer, Scrlhe;
Fred- Dueslng, Treasurer.
. ARTHUR R, WHJKW
THE ARCADE HOTEL.
10aS-S4 MAIN ST.
Tha place wMh Soma coasforta,
desnlineas, toaty of fresh air
Everjrthug now trap
Bottom) aae rata to
Oeaeral Insurance, Invectw,aala
136T -- J-
DR. & A. MASSEY
sToarth aad rtaa Sts,
la Warroa Hant Hospital
Off. Phone 417 Res. Phoaa IIM
. 0. CLROHORN
OlvH Ragdaaar and Awrverat
Otflaa'IlT Maaaai i
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