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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 16, 1920)
TWE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
.The Evening Herald h weather record j
At the Theaters
"tho only girl" and all In Ms best
Colllcr-enQuo manner, In tho cast
Knplcy llotmos, IHill llomtorstm ill
reeled tliv production.
Ilo wlso sinnko Mnllin clgnr 15-30
I'loro do Mollm elgnrn 10a
and 2 for
Is also Ills sou "IliiMor" Colllor.
Armnmt Corloi, Virginia Leo and
It. J. MUMtAV..
AT THK MllllllTY TIIKATKN
"Life's Twist," tho unusunl nobert
Mollm clititrn nro mild.
Hereafter the Herald will publish
tho mean and maximum tempera
tures and precipitation record as tak
en by tho U. S. acclamation service
station. Publication will cover the
day previous to tho paper's issue, up
to C o'clock of that day.
son-Colo Spcclnl with llcsslo llnrrls-
, Pabllihed dalljr. except 8undr, by
VM Herald Publishing Companr of
SOastatn. Fall, at 116 Fourth Stroot.
cnlo ns tho stnr, opons nt tho Liberty
Tho play sIiowr that Kipling wns
right when ho said tlint Judy
O'0rod)"orul tho Colonel's Lndy'woro
sisters under the skin. Miss llnrrls-
Altered at tho postofflce at Klam
fcta Fatls.iOre., for tranimlulon thru
Mm stalls a second-clana matter.
JtEMllER OP TOE ASSOCIATED
UKSDAY, NOVKMIlKIt 10, 1020.
ralo has received high prnlso for her
Max. kiln, ctpltatloa
Nor. 1 52 15
Nov. ! 60 30
Interpntntl6us of tho two leading
The noweet picture Harold Lloyd
The Auoclatcd Press li excluslreh
tatltlcd to the ute for republication
et alt news dispatches credited to It.
n Hot otherwise credited In thli
Nov. 3 55 33
Nor. 4.- 49 29
Nor. 5 44 24
No. 6 . . 45 25
Nov. 7 45 IS
Nor. S 45 33
hands tho laughs out in Is "From
Hand to Mouth." It Is two-reels of
tho essence- of Joy nnd will be shown
at the Liberty theatro on Wednes
day. Joieph J. Dowllng. foremost elinr-
RCtpr nf thf Htrnfln. lit pin In n Kmiti.
HUW, and alio the local newa pub
TUKHOAY, NOVKMIIIIK 10, llttO.
Medals Ready for
Tho local marine corps recruiting
atatlon has juit received word that
Victory medals, clasp, stars and Mai
teao crosses have been recelrcd and
re now ready for distribution to for
er marines who serred between tho
late of April C, 191? and November
11, 1918. The following proceedure
will roTcrn the issue of these medals.
All men will forward their discharge
certificates, with their present ad
dress, to the marine corps recruiting
station, third and Alder street. Port
land. Orecon. It is preferred that this
It done by reglstereS mall as this
office cannot be held 'responsible for
discbarret lost in the mall. Upon re
ceipt of the dlseharce, the cumber
I stars, clasp, etc., will be checked
and the medal will be forwarded to
gether with the discharge and a re
ceipt card with return envelope. In
which, card must be signed by the
Baa concerned aad returned Immed
iately. It U advised that all former mar
ices residing in Klamath Falls act
QU7 'on -this matter aad reecljre
their vIKer medals before the pre
text supply exhausted.
Nov. 9 49 IS
Nor. 10 47 23
Nor. 11 42 32
Nor. 12 49 34
Nor. 13 ..... 55 38
Nor. 14 4S 32
Nor. 15 44 35
IIKIfllAV CHOSKX TO 1IKAI)
IXAUUK OF NATIONS 1MXUID
(Dy Associated Press)
OBNBVA. Switzerland, Nor. 16.
Paul Hymans, former Belgian for
eign minister, was elected president
of the league of cations late yester
day. He received 35 out of 41 votes.
Melba's are longtlller hand made
n w he
OF NOT ITER
Wash) poisons and toxins from sys
terrb Wore put On food
w SB "
Mail Car Theft
' J- Associated Press)
i GOUNofL BLlTpya'Tawi, Vat. i.
-i-i'ostofflce Inspector adralllcd the
arrest of Merle Phillips, aged 20,
mall sorter. In connection wllft rob
bery of. mall car here lilt Saturday
sight., Qetectlvea have been busy on
the trill since the robbery.
, Tjtie (postal inspectors, say that
'ffcllupi has confeaied'to having had
ydrvm the robbery and Implicated
tWD'othermM. He said that he was
Tiding on, the tender at the time the
actual robbery occurred, acting as
lookout. 4 JJq" eatlaate was made as
to the ae of the loot.
" Swlmlngils the latest, the world
over. Everybody Join the crowd at
the Hot Springs bath house. 16
Treat yourself to Melba cigars. 15-20
tlful story of tho south at the I.lb(V
orty theatre. Tho story Is that of.O
Impcrlshablo friendship laid among a
tho purplo hills of Kentucky, adapt
ed front tho novel of Oplo Head, and
projected by tho National Film cor
poration, for releasa by the W, V
It Is photoplay that is aa refresh
ing as & summer breeze, and It is
laden with all the aweetnew. the
pathos, tho romacco, and tho charm
of life in the-old south.
' ' "
AT THE 8TAB THKATTIK
'William Collier, affectionately re
ferred to throughout the country as
"Willie," and whose "record In stage
history discloses that he helped make
laughing a pleasure, has capitulated
to motion pictures. Heretofore, only
those theatregoer who patronize
P4kVn comody'have had; onportun
Ity to see and hear Collier, but. to
morrow n wfll Mr'ahown it'th Ktar
theatre In "The 8ervant Question,"
a Select picture which transfers the
Infectious Collier humor from stage
'The Servant Question" Is a
photoplay which giro Mr. Collier
opportunity to solra many prob
lem besides that of domestic in
his Inimitable, laught-provoklng and
rib-tickling manner. He "cleans
up" crooked card games. Imperson
ate a butler, runs down some In
ternational gem thieves, and wins
Why Take Chances?
Flor de Melba
Friday and fUtnrday Doll Kpe
clals, Square Deal Drug Btore.
Wash yourself on the inside bo
fort breakfast like you do on the
outside. This is vastly more Import
ant because the skin pore do not
a'bsorb Impurities Into the blood,
fusing Illness, while the bowel pores
FC7 every ounce of food taken Into
tho stomach, nearly an ounce, or
waste material must be carried cut
of the body. If this waste ts not
eliminated day by day It quickly
ferment and generates poisons, gas
m unit tnvlnt whlfh &rn absorbed nr
sucked into the blood stream, through (Made by the l&Tffest in-
IUO Ijuyu uuvu. -u.vU auwoiu , II til -J J.v . . V4 41
A splendid health XDasure.M -to
drink, before breakfant each day, a
gtaa or hot water with a teaspoouul
of llnmstone phosphate In it, which
la a harmless way to wash these poi
sons from the stomach, liver, kid
ney and bowels; thus cleansing,
sweetening and freshening the all-
taenia ry canal before eating mora
A quarter pound of limestone pbos
pbate costs but very little at the drug
tnn). hut In uff!Hnt tn msVn any
one an enthusiast on Inside bathing. I Ask your dealer for One
erative factory iii the
10c and 2 for 25c
I SUPPLYING TELEPHONE SERVICE
Occaelonally subscribers move and ask us for a contlnuanco of tWephono sorvlcu
at their new location. They may bo fid that compllanco with their denlrei h Im
mediately Impossible owing to lack of "telephone facilities" In a particular locality.
"Why." one will say, "the polts and wires aro on tho street and tho houio Is
We wish the problem were as slmplo as U sounds. Tboro may bo pole and
wires, but every wire may be In uso In giving service to others, Tbero may bu a
cable, but every circuit In It may bo assigned to telephones already Installed. Tboro
may be a telephone In the vacant hcuse or apartment to which you move, but no
spare wires and circuits from your location te the central office. Tbero may oven
be sections of switchboard in the central office, but not available for operation on
account of the lack of necessary switchboard apparatus, such as ringing key,
The reason for the shortage of telephone equipment Is slmplo. During tho war
period we were unable to maintain our rcservo of stock plant' a tho same matorlals
wo uso were required and taken for government purposes and for Industries prop
erly favored by tho government. Since tho war, with tho unoxpectodly prolongod
problems of reconstruction, production and delivery of material needed to meat
even current demand bavo been delayed. Every business concern Is having similar
experiences. The manufacturer of telephone equipment bavo been bending over
effort to fill our orders, but they, In turn, aro meeting tbo same difficulties in secur
ing rubber, paper, silk, glass, porcelain, (In, thread, shellac, metal parts and other
article not generally associated in tho public mind with telephone sorvlcu.
At tho fiamo time with this abnormal situation with reference to soaterlals there
exist an unprecedented demand for telephone service, and even under thuwi dr
eumstancos our record 1 one of fulfillment and demand.
In the first nine month of 1920 we modo a total net gain of over 7,300 toto
phones In tbo state of Oregon. A fact worthy of consideration In our operation U
the large number of telephone handled in proportion to set Increase. In thoso
nine month we disconnected, connected and moved 41,140 instrument to securo
the net gain above mentioned.
We desire to give service as much a a patron wUhes to receive it. Wo deslro
to promptly comply with the suggestion of public aathorltle who have taken a
proper Interest In tho situation. We are facing abnormal conditions, but wo are
trying to overcome our difficulties.
THE PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH
A Golden Opportunity
We are offering our $15,000 stock of Shoe and
Rubber Goods to the public at a greater sacrifice than
has ever been known in Klamath Falls. Our stock of
Shoes is made by the best manufacturers in America
the name is stamped on the bottom of every pair.
They are guaranteed to give you entire satisfaction.
Here are a few of the bargains we are effering:
CROSSE XT, SH$E& f 20 OFF
BUCKINGHAM & HECHT 25 OFF
MASTER MADE 25 OFF
CHILDREN'S SHOES 25 OFF
RUBBERS, BOOTS AND OVERSHOES..25 OFF
X UNION STORE ,
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fiuildingj that are well painted lost for years.
'A coat of Fuller's' Flioenix Furc Faint will materially increase tKe value of your
property, improve its appearance and insure it against decay,
In every section there arc many dilapidated and unsightly houses that tell a story;
f sad neglect. Time and weather have actually been allowed to impair property that
few Gallons Fuller's Phoenix Furc Faint could have preserved and beautified.
One of the best reasons for painting today Is, the present high cost of materials
has greatly increased the value of property. It is wise to protect the original Investment
plus the increase,
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