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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 1, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
MOKTIMY, If, a. J MO.
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AT THE THEATERS
lie BarrlicaJ I riven excell-
mi iupport Is "A : Who un
Qleratoot," her.Sobertaui'Cela Ho-
mlor picture, which ahowt today nt
he Uberty theatre. Added lo the
ftlvld eharaaterliallon of Mlw Hair
Iteeale. ho play las part of a
rronwleb Vllliia aeulptraea, who
karrfea a yoaog musician, thera la
fatMhed work aa tat part of tVraat
in uij.-n.Jii aim mjMM-uJMLM
Btanley, .t tho husband.
Dorothy Oummluga, la Ihn part of
Ibn "other unman" maki-a thin din
agroaablo rolv appeal a far a art la
tie atandarUa are coaeernnd, while
Thomaa Holding, aa hey MrmVeeasI
hie haabaad la ptroag aod forceful
It you wore In lore with a regular
girl who could cook, a; avarythla
and your atepfather waa trying to
force you to marry aoelal butter-
fir who aat oa alltora caeblon and
eareeaed a DoodU. would you be meek
BB?agg,g-mTiii-i J '-i i uumt
I witl mII at public tale at my place, one
half mile north of Stukel bridfe, en hill
road, at 10 o'clock A. M., on Norrosnber 4,
the following propertyt
Six head work horse., weighing from
1250 to 1600 pounds; sets of harness 1
waa on, some food dairy cows, 4 calves, 3
.yearling s, 1 Holstein bull from registered
stock; 1 new mower, 1 gang plow, 14-inch
bottom, 2 walking plows one with riding
attachment, 1 two-section harrow, 1 shovel
plow and cultivator; blacksmith outfit,
some carpenter tools; 1 cable derrick for
100-foot stacking outfit; 2 big brood sows,
2 incubators, 1 five-piece solid mahogany
parlor set and other household goods; 1
Empire cream separator, 1 I. H. C. gasoline
engine 2 horsepower; many other things
too numerous to mention.
Free lunch ot noon. Feed for animals.
iaa-a-.annaaaaaaaa-aai a. i n aa I ,
TERMS All sums under $20, cash; and ;
on sums over $20 one year's time will be
given on approved security, bearing 8 in- :
ana . Be '
terest. oya discount for cast.
C. S. MERRILL, S. C. EASTWOOD, I
Auctioneer. Owner, z
anil obex order? You .iinrry u girl
you did not love lo further aoclnl
nil political ambition? Or would
you tand your ground and fight for
your bapplaeaa? )
Jack Mannar fought. He fought
because he had fighting blood In
hlml I0n real father wa a "regular
follow," aa he often proudly boast
ea. lie naa loat nie lifo helping a
alck man through .be Chllkoot I'aaa,
lnAlaaka, Ah,, but Ma father waan't
dead and that' the story of
tlHaolderiMt Itatbet," the Path fee-
!ur which present rraak- Keeaaa at
ha Libert theatre toaorrev. ,
There la a double measure of an
tetalnaent In Harold.. Lloyd'e ,new
aat poxaMj, "Ilia Royal Blyneee,"
featured a the program at the Lib
o c i e t y
(tJattaswd fruaa Haturday)
Mra.iKobert Hloaa waa boateu at
a dinner party lait Hunday night,
honoring her father and mother, Mr.
and Mr. Kate Otterbiln. who re
turned on the train that evening
from an extended trip in the eaat.
The dinner waa given at bar home on
tha comer ot Dalta and I'leaaant
areauaa, whlcbc waa prettily decor
atd la aeaaonablo flower. Covera
wera laid for IS. They were: Mr. and
Mra. Louis ffoaglaad, Mr. and Mr.
Roderick M. Bmltn, Mr. and Mra,
Levi McDonald and daughter Jean,
Mlaa Orace Hoagland, MImf Ieda
and Opal Harvey, Mr. and Mra. Sloan
and eon Junior.
Mr, Sidney Abbott a recent bride,
entertained at a delightful party
Oct. It at her home on Fourth street.
Mra. Abbott' guesta wrie the Mliira
Kllaabeth Bulllran. Fay. Waat. Ifalen
Caldwell, ivoleae Mclaughlin. Cecil
McMahan, Kayo Hogue. Moidamea
Jatnea Watklna Jr., and Evelyn
Mr. II. N. Mo wa hostrun at a
amall Informal bridge party Thure
day nlgbt for a number of frlenda.
Present were: Meadamea K. II Hall,
Karl Wbltlock, Estoll Carrier. 0. K.
Kraute, Fred Mill, Leslie Hogcr,
Fred Hcballock and Mis Mario Mc
Mllllan. Two table ot brldga were enjoyed
by a number ot ladle, who were
gueit of Mm. Henrietta Mclbaae,
Wednesday attornoon. In the late
afternoon tea was (erred by the hoat-
rss. Those present were; Mesdam
A. M. Worden, Frank Ward, Klpp
Van Itlper, B. II. Hall. J. 8. Elliott,
tluy Manning and 'Mrs. Thomaa
Mra. Clayton Cornish entertained
tho Bt Anne Sewing eociety at the
borne of Mr, of Mra. John Oreher
last week. A very happy afternoon
wan pnaood by the 17 ladlm present.
Voters of Oregon
The Tort of Portland Dock Comaalssloa Coaaolldatlon Illtl on the state ,
ballot ahould ba defeated. WMJe It ae doubt afreets tho whole state
la aome degroa, tho eaoraooaa Mpeaee which It .will create must bo born
by the taipayera ot tha Port of Porllaad, which contains 209 square
mllee, or lesa than one-quartor of one per cnnl ot tho area ot the state.
The Chamber of Commerce, tbe Taipayera' league and other Portland
organisation and asaay raproaentatlTe bualaeaa men have Joined handa
In acquaint tha votera of Oregon with tho facta and to enlist their oppo
sition to the measure. ,
The acheme of Improvement propoaed by tbe bill will cost 140, 000. 00.
Aa a atarfer, 110,500,000 of bond are authorised. In violation of tbo
home rulo provision of tba Constitution of Oregon, tho votera ot tho Port
of Portland are denied tha right to say how large a dobt they am will
ing to assumn. Nor are they glvon a voir In the selection ot tho com
mlaalbnera who ara to vote bonded debt apon them, lovy taxea tor tbera
to pay and manage their bualneaa.
Tho doctor ot tho territory within tha Port of Portland aro better
qualified thnn anyone elso to Judgo of tha amount ot bonded dvbt they
should nuthorlro or the tnxoa they ahoud. pay. Thoir liberality In asaura- ,
Ing burdena of publle Improvement, ao' aaly for thoinsolvoa, but for the
state at large, will not Ln quoetloned by any onn who will scan the record
of the huge total of bonda thuy ara aow carrying, amounting, In rouad
flgurea, to 134,000,000. It cannot ba thought that tbo atato will bo tho
gainer, by Imposing upon Ita chief city the Insupportnblo load ot addi
tional debt contemplated by the poudlag bill.
The aponaora of tho Port of Portland bill havo oponly appealod to
the elector of the atato ul large to vote for It on tho ground that It
will coat thorn nothing. Thla la lo;-rolllng of tho most dangerous type.
If such methoda aro to' prevail la behalf of direct legislation, no county,
elty, port or other municipal corporation la the state wilt be aafo from
having Intolerable debta and taxea foisted upon It b,y indifferent votera
frcra other part ot the state. Ullla like thla must be rejected by tba
voters If homo' rule la to retain ita vital force. Home rulo and such bills
eannot aurvlve together. Oa or tha other aauat fall.
Tho votera of Ike Port of Portland ara aot asking to bo rollovod of
their responsibility to .create and aaalntala tba neeessary facllltle for
ocean commerce. They dealre only that they ba given a volco la the
management of their affaire, aad that, through the established proceaaea
of law, they ba permitted to, adopt alaav af port development wbJoh
will not, loid, nillloaa of dollara at iabt upo them.
Voters. are Requested to
VOfE 311 NO
Joaoph N. Teal, Henry H. Reed, A. J. Oleay, Hear! Labbo, R, L. Qllaaa,
F.W , Mulkey, A. H. Dover, Loo Frlede, L. J, Qoldamlth Executive
Committee, ( ' ' (1
Paid Advertiaemaot by
Taxpayers League of Portland
J. N, Teal, Bxecu tly Chairman; 'L. J, Qoldsmlth, Bacratary.. Corbett bulldln.
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preparing articles for tha hlg
Laxaar to be held the flrM of De
cember. At the close of the r.ricrnoon
dainty refreshments were served by
Miss Jean Parry waa hostesa laat
Monday night at a duck dinner for a
number, of friends. Present were. Mlaa
Orace Hoagland, Mr. and Mra. J.
A. Perry, Stanley HaJJeek, and Ray
The Happy Hour Needle club waa
entertained by Mra. Rlchardron at
her hoaaa on South Riverside 8t.,
last Tueaday. The afternoon waa
apent with needle work and nraalc
and tha cloae of the day refresh
ment were served.
A big party In celebration ot Hal
lowe'en waa given at tht home ot the
Mlaeea Anna May and Jennie John
aton, In Hot Springs addition. About
15 Invitations were aent out and all
gueat were requested to appear In
costume. The evening waa made Jol
ly with games and enlivened by the
cleverness ot a real fortune teller,
who read the palm of the guesta as
fluently as she would have scanned
Plana nre underway for a big
Thanksgiving dinner to ba glvtrn No
vember 29, by thi ladles ot tho
Oct Tear live ilia ara as
12C Conger Atom
The democratic admiclstratlon did
nothing to buy tbe Cuban augsr crop.
Thla neglect cost the American peo
ple a billion dollara. Aron't; demo
cratic admlnlstratlona pretty expensive?
NEW AND SECOND
199 NL t?:l.L Ct
HWUI blfllUl .,
the support of Kla
math county voters
at the coming elec-
Dr. Lois C Bridges
10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 6 p. m.
Ill 5th St, Suite 105
Over Firrt State ft Saving Bank
G. E. WASHBURN
Coastructlen Work ot aay Wad.
No Job taa large ar too amall.
Estimate taralshad fraa of
UNION TAXI CO.
Baggage called for
and 'delivered. We
have open and closed
cars for our patrons.
W" go any plate p."
Br. Maa laeraoU Hawbty
' Cluoaaacala Pkratalaa
Ftrat Nattosal Bank- Battdlai
SOOTHING QUIETIIK FOR
la one ot any hoapltnl'a alggeat i
and the location of thla hoepltal
aaakea it especially daatrable froa
that viawpalat. Onljr abandauiUy
capable graduated aaraaa ara
ployed, aad thla fact, added to oaf
unequalled staff ot pajaldaaa aail
excellent hospital equipment lnauraa
our patient unaurpaaaea aarvlce.
DR. M. D. JOHNSON
DR. O. H. MERRYMAN
DR. T. C. CAMPBKLt.
DR. GEOROBI. WRIOHT
DR. B. D. LAMB
DR. H. D. LLOYD STBWABT
Fer Paper Haaging and
; Faianag Call
' F. R.LAUGHTON
Mi Sofju. RiTtcwdw
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In.btbjr'P'tl and plpeleaa. It baa
aa oblong fire box- Beat for bum
"nit wood '.d us abow you other
rood aolnta about It.
KlawOli Dye Works
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LOOK LIKE NEW
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operating betwean XlaaMtk Valla
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