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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 16, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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TO THK HKI1 CHOSH
You may need help joursclf
I Earl Shepherd Co.
Wood is Cheap
IV KLAMATH FALLS
Ninety per cent of tho peoplo of Klamath Tails arc buying their
wood cheaply. Arc you going to bo one ot the 10 per cent that par
high prlrra tor wood?
HUM WOOD AND IH.OCK WOOD
arn the fuels to bur you get tho worth of your moner. It yon
Jnriittori buying expensive woods, that Is your privilege, but, re
member, wo aro ready to serve you with good wood at reasonable
Vtict.. , J.u i .,ttL
O. Peyton & Co.
"WOOD TO BURN'
419; Main St.
J TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY
AT MOOSE HALL
New Music by
'The Jazz Artists Supreme"
X Straight Admission Everyone Welcome
Rub It Right Out Try This!
Itbeumatlsm If "pain only."
Not one cane In fifty requires Inter
nal treatment. Stop drugging! Rub
tho misery right awayj nub woih
ing, penetrating "St. Jacobs Oil" di
rectly Into the aoro, stiff joints and
muscles and relief comes Instantly.
"St. Jacobs Oil conquers pain. It Is
a harmless rheumatism cure which
never disappoints and does not blister.
I l.lmber tin' Quit rnmnlalnlntr' flnf
a small trial Dome or old-time "St.
Jacobs Oil" at nny drug atore and In
Just a moment you'll be free from
rheumatic pain, soreness and stiff
ness. Don't suffer! Belief and a cure
awaits you. (let It! "St. Jacobs Oil"
Is just as good for sciatica, neu
ralgia, lumbago, backache, sprains
"Always the Best for the Liberty Guest"
si . i 'Ti'iV "i'iIsT VVVVXaAAnW
H. W. I'OOLK, Owner ItOGKK D. TORRKY, Musical Director
' tfirr--i- rYrij,iT,i,n 'irrritrinnrinrfifufffiJJfkM$
The finest picture Bessie Barriscale ever
,T . ' made is
;; "LIFE'S TWIST"
WeJkave an exceptional mid-week program.
The Big Feature is
"THE KENTUCKY COLONEL"
and in addition, an excellent two-reel com
edy with Harold Lloyd starring. Altogeth
er a program worth your attention.
Mr, and Mrs, C. It. Miller were
In town yesterday from Chlloquln to
moot tlia latter's mother, Mrs. M
Cchumnchcr of I'ortlaml, who Is
coming to mnke her homo with them
Mrs. Schumacher missed tho train
she was to hno taken but wired she
would nrrlo tonight Mr. Miller ro
ports that tho Miller & Powell lath
mill Is shut down for the wlntor.
Mrs. C. W. I'orter Is u city visitor
this neck from Pine ltldgo, ,
E. A. lltocklngor arrived Inst
night from San Francisco and Is at
tending to business matters hero this
Mrs. Charles Anderson Is n Kin-
OUT TO OK
FOR RED CROSS
In splto ot Inclement weather, u
group ot enthusiastic Ited Cross
workers started out this morning to
solicit special donations for tho lo
cal chapter In addition to thu dollar
membership. This money will go Into
tho homo service fund to lie used
math Kails visitor today from hcrj exclusively for health nnd welfare
home at Algoma. work In Klamath county The bur-
Mamlo Tretren arrived last nlghtjeau ot nursing has posttruly prom
from Macdool and will visit friends. Ised a public health nurse for Kin
hero for the next two or thrco days math county to bo hero not later than
Mr. and Mrs. Oren Kblln aro tho January first and probably sooner,
happy parents of a baby girl born Tho applicant for tho postlon Is now
at their homo on Ninth atrcot Sun
llort Wlthrow, Will Houston and
Krnlo Hubb left earlr this morning
doing public health nursing In Mis
sourl and will not leave for present
position until Dec. Tho stuto nursing
department desires that she spend
for tho southern part of tho county1 somo tlmo visiting Oregon public In
whero they plan on slaughtering, stltutlons and In becoming acquaint-
manr wild ducks and geoso.
Miss Marjorlo Delicti, who has
been In Bugone for tho past few days
attending homecoming at tho Fnl
versltr, returned homo last night
cd with local health condition bn
foro beginning her work here. In
spite of tho tact that trained wel
fare workers aro cxrcedlnglr hard to
get. tho department ot civilian ro-
Sho reports a wonderful tlmo and net or the Itod Cross believes that
that It has one ot tho finest home-' they will bn nbto to sociim someone
coming Oregon has over had. , for Klamath county If local workers
Friday, the Fort country was vlsl-i succeed In raising tho necessary
ted with six Inches ot snow according funds to carry on a peacetime pro
to Tom Dixon, road supervisor, who gram. It la the hopo of the executive
said this morning that In spltn ot committee of the Klamath chapter
tho fact that It melted In a short that both workers ran bo secured by
tlmo the weather conditions aro toojlhe first ot the year,
humid to permit road construction Several Instances have been report
This halt Is only temporary however cd ot persons who have refused to
and as soon as posslblo the work of I contribute to tho Itod Cross but havo
repairing broken down culverts and) signified their willingness to assist
bridges will continue ' prlvatoly any needy family. If such
nay Looslcy was a business rial- persons wilt call tho secretary of the
tor In town yestorday afternoon from local chapter aho will bo very glad
his ranch home at Fort Klamath. to give them tho names ot civilian
Mrs. Kvelyn Scott, who has been families who aro now badly In need
on a vacation trip to San Francisco of help The lied Cross Is not seek
for tho past two weeks, returned tho Ing to do civilian work and Is mak
flrst of tho week and has taken up Ing the prosont drive for funds bo
ner work In J. H Carnahan's law of-, cause the responsibility of civilian
flee. I work has been thrust upon them
James IJaltey Is a city visitor this! Workers are requested to report tho
week from his home In Macdoel. names of anyone Indicating his will-
W. W Youngson arrived here Ingness to do private charity work
from takevlew last night, where he' oven If refusing to entrust tho lied
laid the corner stono for tho' new Cross with his money. Krery such
Methodist church, on his return! Person will bo given an opportunity
journey to Portland. Ho left on the to personally care for a needly fam
traln this morning I lly without Interference from the
J. O. Ferguson of Dunsmulr arrlv-j'ted Cross.
ed last night and is stopping at the Approximately $1000 has been
White Pelican hotel. turned Into heudquarters thus far
J. W. toiler Is spending a few days After deuctlng th.o amount that will
hero on business from Ashland. Ore-'0 the national organization, a
gon. 1 very small portion of the sum need-
Otis Metsker Is registered at thplod to carry on tho local work re-
White Pelican hotel from Merrill. , mains. This money has come In.
Don Zumwatt left tllis morning for however, entirely from tho down
Ivan where he will do surveying town booths and It Is hoped that to
around the Kesterson mill day's canvass of tho busloess section
Marlon Ilarnes Is In town for a w'" t least treble that amount. No
few days looking after busloess mat- returns havo yet boon received from
ters and purchasing supplies for his tho Industrial plants or from the
ranch. county outside of Klamath Falls.
m I A considerable sum was obtained
THK Kifit'lti: 1 MAKKS ' , u tnB amateur traffic cops Satur-
a tun miwi-iti'vrt. 'day. Tho patrlclpants had u good
ajiiu iin-hMii..th.dea, or fun out or thc(r Hofk an(J
I most of the autolsts who woro stop-
In the adrertslement for Illue Illrd ped and fined a dollar for tho Ited
dishes, which was published In yes-' Cross responded In the proper spirit.
terday'a Herald, the figure 1 was ,omo of them showing Intense re-
dropped from the price published, lief when they found that they wore
5nAko'J.'t " r8"d l3'" ln,tead ofllng held up for no moro serious of-.
.13.99. '. fenso than a fallurn In nn.w itinlr
Thai the people have their eyes, membership,
open for bargains and watch the ad- Tho Itoll Call rommlttiw. wl.hn. in
mortising columns of the paper Is, emphaslxo again that If the neonlo of
FOU UBNT Apartment Furnished
or unfurnished. KI7t Ksplaiiado.
TWO YOUNO MKN want any kind of
work In town that they may attend
night school. Telephone 337-J
FOU HAM' Show cirno and counter.
133 N. Klghttl St. 1 -2 1
FOH SAl.i: Tailor 'made full dress
suit mid Tuxedo. Hlio 40. At a bar
gain. Ilox 40, Herald ulflce. 1(1-20
STHADIVAItA NKW' WITH $58 In
now records. Your choice. Heo It
Kurl Shepherd Co. tOtt
LOST Friday, Conklln fountnln
pen somnwherM between Mills ad
dition and high school, lloturh to
Herald office. 10-18
FOU SAI.K 3 room cottage on small
corner lot closn In, modem and
furnished I'rlco ISfiOO. Terms.
FOU HAUI- n room houso, 3 large
tots, flue garden soil, largo screen
In porch, glassed-in sun-room, barn,
chicken house, vegetable cellar, lawn,
trees, etc. Price only 13500. $760
cash, balance $40 por month.
J T WAIID & CO
Phone 37S 834 Main St
IIK.NT IIAIKIAINH IX LHi:i OAltS
1- 19 IS five passenger llillck
(luuranteed A-l condition, 0 cord
tires, 3 extra rims, new top, plate
glass curtains A real bargain $1300.
1 1 01K five passenger llulck A-l
secondhand condition. Four now
tires, 1 extra, new lop, Price $1100.
1 1917 seven passenger Hudson,
guaranteed first class condition. 0
new cord tires, 3 extra rims, dross
air shock absorbers, new top, plate
glass curtains. A real bargain, I'rlco
liriCJK 8AI.IW ANH SKUVICi: CO
White Pelican Oarage
I.. Hoagland prop. Phone fiO
WANTBU (llrl for general house
work. Apply 39 N. 9th St 10-20
COOKS WANT WOltK In camp. Com
petent particulars Phone 480
HOY WITH IIICYCI.K wants work
after school. 220 (Irant St. 10
Following Is tho monthly report
of itonths and births compiled by Dr.
A. A. Houlo, city pliylilcluii for Oc Oc
eober: Deaths William Washington Cox,
three years old, Olene, lironcho-pnou-monlni
Florence I.MIIh Smith. 3H
years, 429 Jefferson street, eclamp
sis; John Davenport MorryuiAii, 83
years, 33 Cedar, cerebral liemhorr
nge; Cnthorlno i:ilaboth llpencnr, 80
)lars, 344B Darruw streot, eardlo
Mirths llarbara Mario Itao. Oc
jober 3R; IVola Alice lllgby, Octob
er 10; lUtlior Josephine Mayor, Oe
tolier 17; Maxlme Mary Kaiidy, Oc
tober 17: Marin Frnncesca Codleuo,
October 29, Coral l.oralne Payne, Or
tober 19;' Marguerite llllen Tunnell,
HIDS INVITKD Will lllll'AIII OF
I ITU HTHKI.T IIIIIIHIK.
Notice Is hereby given that bids
will bo received, opened and consid
ered by tho common council on Mon
day evening. November 33, 1920, for
tho repair of the bridge' across the
(lovt. Canal at Kleventh street, In
accordance with tho recommenda
tion of tho city engineer now on file
In the office of the Police Judge. All
bids for making such repairs should
tn In the hands of the Police Juitg
not Uter than 8 o'clock p. in Nov.
A. I. I.BAVITT.
(XHJXTY TltlHUHBlfH XOTICIJ
Notice Is hereby given that thorn
are funds In the county treasury tor
the redemption of Klamath County
General Fund warrants, protested on
or before January 1st, IK If..
Interest on the same will ceasn
form this date
Dated at Klamath Falls, Oregon,
this 10th day of November, A. D.
O K VAN UIPBIt,
10-31 Co Treasurer.
Headquarters of the llulck Sates
and Service company at the White
Pelican garage Phone 00 16-18
.VOTICi: OF MHKTI.VU
The Woman's Auxllllary of the
American legion will hold Its reg-1
ulsr meeting tonight at 8
o'clock. In tho Odd Fellows hall 10 1
Ituy )our ClirUlma Dolls 1'rl
il) and HntunUy, Mquar Ital
Drug Ntiirr. It-It
clearly Indicated. by the demand for
these dishes that followed tho pub
lished prlco. While Tho Variety
more orrcrs extra big bar
gains, lUwould ho out of the ques
tion for It to sell tho dishes at the
price quoted In Tho Herald, as It Is
doubtful If that figure would cover
this county want the lied Cross to
take caro of the sick and needy of
tho county thoy must contribute now
during thedrlvo. If when tho returns
ura an in, ll is lounil inai sunicieni
funds to carry on this work havo
not been raised, tho local chanter
will simply go out of the business
the freight. The price Is $13.99, and I of caring for any excopt ex-soldlers
they offer an attractive bargain ut
and their families.
Tho motion plcturo films exported
from the United States each year
would, if placed end to end, reach a
dlstanco of '4000 miles,
JAl'ANIXK MOnS ATTACK
8.VI1VATIO.V AUMY MKim.VtJ
Kasy to smoke. Melba cigars 16-20 terday,
TOKIO, Nov. 1C Antl-Chrlsllan
mobs twlco broko up the Salvation
Army jubilee celebration hero yes-
Our stock of windshield glass is complete.
We put them in while you wait.
For quick service in glass work, call us up.
Window glass in all sizes constantly on
Lakeside Lumber Co.
It Melts Into
Sa tmnnth it 4.1nl!w
crmmy. Is Combination
Cicam Jontctl. that ths
skin absorb It ragrrly.
Not suspicion of
grtase after use; nothing
to clog the ports.
And fragrsnt with tht
rare Odor Jontccl
the btmdcd perfumes of
36 selected flowers.
To nourish the tluues
to keep the skin soft,
clear, and pliable and
particularly, at perfect
foundation for powder
you will find In Com
bination Cream Jonteel
every requirement you
have long sougflt In a
Today Is none too
soon to give your akin
the benefit of Combina
tion Cream Jontccl.
Take home a jar.
STAR DRUG CO
Rowing at the
BIG DOUBLE BILL
Robert Warwick in "Thou Art the
Man" Walt Whitman, the grand
old man, in "The Tar Heel Warrior"
a great southern story.
The Comedy Sensation, "The Serv
ant Question," starring Wm. Collier.
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