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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 26, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
1'IUDAV, .NOVKMIIEtt uA, ioao.
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Home, Sweet Home
There lit no plum quite like Home theso ilnmp, dlaagroeabln
nvmilnxa, (Imt In It you bavo a Vlctrola or Playerplano and n good
milccllon of music.
Home it ft morn plraaurn from their Playerplano whlln othora
prefer a Vlctrola, Imt which ever wuy your choleo Ilea wo haro
thi' largest nml most carefully aelected slock und tho convenient
term (lint 111 your caao.
A lonK Winter In ahead why delay?
EARL SHEPHERD CO.
507 Main St. Phone 282-J
nuiKiirr htati:mi.nt ok thk
(utv ok klamath va1jjh,
oium.'on koii the fiscal
yeah iiixjin'.nino janua11y
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WClAiVO CO. WOODH
ClOHE roit SEASON
Tbo common rouncll having com
plated lt ealltnato ot Ibu amaunt
of money proposed to bo raised by
taxation for all iwrpoacs In thu city
or Klamath FalU, Oregon, fot tbo
fiscal year of tho city beginning Jan
uary Int. 1921, now submit, the
muo tor approval or amendment.
Tho flrt publication berrat to bo
mad Id The Evening Herald on
Tueiday tho 23rd day ot November,
and tbo unit publication thereof to
txi madn on the 20th day of Novem
An adjourned meeting of the com
rooii council will be held on Wednes
day tbo lit day ot December 1920,
at tho council chamber In Urn city
ball at the hour of 10 o'lock A. M
for the purpose of hearing and J con
ajderlng any objection! to auch ,rx
posed budget;, and for. tbo further
ifurpoM of making (be lavy In obn
formlly with tueh budget aa finally
Adoptod on laid dato.
The tentative budiet herewith sub
mitted li Itemltcd aa follewa:
Salary of mayor ..-I 2,100.00
Salary of pollco judKe ....
Salary of city attorney ....
Hilary ot city treaiurer ....
Salary of health officer ...
Salary of chief of pollco ....
Salary of tour patrolmen
Salary of five councilman
Salary of asalstant to po
lice Judico .. ..-
Par of city onitlneer M t
Heat for city hall . ..
Stationary nml offlca sup
plies General itippllea for city
Light kIoIiuh for city bull
Telegram - ...
Auto hlro for pollco
Hoard prisoner ..............
Plumbing ubout city hull ..
Premium on treasurers
For qunrunllRn and peit
Heavy atorma tho paat two weeks
have reaulted In the cloning of all
the McCluud Hirer Lumber com
pany'a logging camps for the re
malner of the season.
With tho aeaaon'a cut of 100,000,
000 feet practically reachod, opera
tlona In tho sawmills have been cur
tailed. During tho cutting aoaaon
tlvo band rallla aro oterated night
and day. Thla haa been reducod to
three band mllla operating one ah I ft
A new battery of dry gllna con
atructed of hollow tile aro now prac
tically complete and competitive tcita
aro now being made to determlno
whether ateam or dry air Initalla
Hon will bo made. Siskiyou Newt.
MOIMH) HTAHE DIUVKIt
CKL'HIIED UNDER WIIKKLH
I.mi Thom7 stage driver from
Willow lUnch to'Fort llldwoll, Mo
doc county, waa killed oa tha Fan
danga Pass loat week. Ha wa found
dead during Friday night by Walter
Cambrldgo, who wai going over tha
2,100.001 Thomaa waa driving four horaea
,,222'22 nd tbo front wheel camo off tho
4?nnn '" 0ir waa found badly
7110,00.. . . - .. - ,. .,
100 00 I rum hip ian. incre wurn
111! llu.-VHRcrB Mluaiu uiu aiBKir
Salary street commlaonur $ 1,800,00
Salary city luuuiittur 1,680,00
lwbor on atrcots 3,000.00
SboulntS und blacksmith
lug - . -Of'00
Uasolluu and oil 100,00
Ilopalr Sixth street nu-
Flru IKMirUiMnt liml
Salary flru chief ' 2,100.00
1'uy 4-flronuui, (1800.00
each .. 7,200 00
Oaaollno nnd oil 150.00
1'lro hoso ....... M 2,0i:(i.00
l'ay volunteor flromon ... 500.00
Hopalra and supplies GF0-00
Additional Itonw author-
ltodl O. D M.'.-;..'.:.. 1.C00.00
For now oqulpmont 10,000.00
For tiro alarm Hyatom .... 10,000 40
MIh MamJo I.lKKot, atcnoitraphur
In tin office ot Van Kin mi &. Dono
van, linn riiUirnnd from u vacation
spout In San Krnnclsco,
.MUh Orncn 1'inrcij has sent In hnr
rcHlcimllon an tenchnr In tho Fair
vltiw nnliool. Mlas I'onrco was forced
to rimli;ii on account of lllmmti In luir
family. Mm. C. 13. Ile:iuclinmi linn
boon oloctcd by tho school board to
fill lior plnco.
Mr. and Mrs. II T. (llvnns nnd
Mr. and Mrs. Dally divans ot Illy
worn In town over Thursday to
spond tho holiday with tholr par
mils, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jim Ulvuna.
Judgn and Mrs. D V. Kuykondnll
nnd thri'ii sons spunt ThnnksglvInK
with Mr. and Mrs. Ocorgo Walton
int tholr liomn In Merrill.
W. II. Marshall and wira nro city
visitors from Portland and aro
guests at the Will tit Pelican hotel.
N. K. Olson arrived last night
from Portland and will spend tho
ncx few days hero attending to
matters of business.
Klmor Stuklo and Elmer Morrltt
wero In town yesterday from tholr
respoctlvo homos at Merrill.
J. Klopper Is a county scat bus
iness visitor from Chlloquln today.
Mrs. II. McCormack Is spending a
fow days In town from tho Klamath
J. II. Mlcbeal and Mrs. O. t.
Mlchoal are Klamath Falls visitors
from Phoenix, Arlxona.
Klvlno Flurey Is hero for the
week-end from his homo at Dairy.
J, F. Anderson Is hero on a bus
iness and pleasure visit" from At
goma. Sorgeant Drown waa In town from
tha reservation Wednesday after
noon. Mrs. Jennlo Hurn accompanied
Mlaa Kvelyn Applegate to her home
in Swan Lake for Thanksgiving.
Tom Dixon, road supervisor, said
thla morning that tho big caterpil
lar and other machinery belonging
to tbo county had been moved down
from tho Fort and would be held
hero In readiness to go to work .a
soon aa tho weather would porrolt.
W. II. Parker and family left
thla morning by car for their homo
at Parsloy, Oregon .
Mr. and Mrs. II .H. Momyro and
Miss Ida Momyro spent Thanksgiv
ing with Mr. and Mrs. Dean West
brook at their ranch near Merrill.
Tho bowling alley at tho Elks'
temple Is being fixed up for uso and
tbo winter bowling tournaments will
Charles Carlson was In town Wed
nesday, from Algoma, attending to
business affairs. ' ,-,
U. It. Plckatt came into town
from Malln the middle of the week
to do bla Thanksgiving ahoplng.'
Among the native sons who visit
ed thla city from the reservation
this week was Jeff Kiddle, son of
the famous Wenlma, interpreter of
tho Modoc peace commission. Mr.
Middle la alao author of tho Indian
Hlatory of tho Modoc War, a read
able and well Illustrated book.
TIMIIintWOItKr.lW WILL KL1XT
SKcnirrAKY in k.wh nan:
Tho local tlmborworkora union Is
announcing u mooting next Monday
night for tho consideration of limi
ne matters, among othar things tho
election of a financial socrotary to tho local garago man and Crescent
fill thu place of W. P. Kay, resigned. I resident nru not related.
It is 1. E. Mnllory, garago proprie
tor of Crescent, who Is suing Jerry
Murphy for n repair bill, not II. V.
Mallory. local garngo man. Tho In
itials weru mixed In a recent story
In this paper. Though In tho soma
buslnos and with tho samo surnnmo,
EASY? JUST TRY COPYING
It ON YOUR TYPEWRITER!
litjtht nml Watvr Fund
Light, wutor and power .... 7,000 00
Monthly approprlutlou, '
85.00 l.f' .V
Incidental fund - - - I
IntnroBt fund 12 00. 0C
Mnlntominco of sower I
maliiB .'. 1 2 'O'OOI
Judgment Alex Martin out 4 I. u
Totnl amount of budnot .. $7i,0P
Dy ardor or tbo common ci unou
A. L. LUAVl'T,
23-20. Pollco Judno
$m 88S!if J?S'?,K uj(-.vviiiwvrwwwwwwwirtuynfjww
Wm lllnijfiwfwsit! PI I I II I
IrroBlatlblo; Tho bwIdiIiik (tool at
Hot Springs bath bouso.
1.08 ANCJELKS, Nov. 20. When Arthur Paul, Jr., hoard that Hard
liiB wns oloctod ho took hia typowrltor to hla lup, bo to spook, and rat
tled forth this portrait ot tho proaldont-to-bo. Cublstlcally spooking,
Hnrdlngi boro, has hnlr of "W'b" and a clphor nocktlo, wbllo hla face Is
il.ooiy llnod. Sclontlsts nro not loslpg sloop trying to dotormlno wnothor
iCU'uul rates tho tltlo ot author or artist.
! Sale Talk
Special for Saturday
We' are putting on a lot of special bargains in
hosiery for TOMORROW ONLY. These prices are
genuine bargains; in fact, you may not be able to dup
licate these prices again this winter. We are slashing
the prices on our hosiery regardless of how close they
were marked before. Take them while they last. The
opportunity is yours.
' Black, Brown, White and Grey Silk Hose have
been reduced as follews:
FROM $2.50 TO $1.95
FROM $1.75 TO $1.35
To introduce the Buster Brown Children's Hose
we have made a special price for Saturday at
This is a high grade hose, double knee and fast
If you drop in you no doubt can find just the kind
of Shoes you want, as we have a number of specials on
the bargain tables in women's, men's and children's
ALL OTHER SHOES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
HAVE BEEN REDUCED FROM '
.15 TO 25 1PER CENT TS''
AT THE STAU TIIEATKB
Itobert Louis Stevenson's Immor
tal story. "Treasuro Island," has
reached tho screen. Maurlco Tourneur
produced It for Paramount Artcrart
release nnd It will bo shown for two
duys commencing tonight at tho Star
theatre. All tho color and spirit of
hlrh adventure that Is In tho Stev
enson classic has been retained, and
tho photoplay has been mounted with
Mr. Tourneur'a mastery of artistic
Tbo story, which Is familiar to all,
has been followed closely In tho
screen version. Jim Hawkins, Hill
Hones, Long Silver, Ken (lunn all
tho familiar characters appears In the
life In tho picture. Tho plcturo opens
In "Dcnbow Tavcn," whero at Bill
Doncs' death young Jim comes Into
possession ot tho chart showing tho
location of Captain Vllnt's treasuro.
From thero sails tho old brigantlne
tin which tho Squlro and bis mutln
lous crow leavo on tho treasuro hunt.
I Dailies with tho pirates, the kidnap
ping ot Jim, tho fight In the stockade,
land tho final success follow.
I Playing tho rolo ot Jim Hawkins
is Shirley Mason. Lon Chanor, AI
FUson, Cbarloa Oglo. and Wlltoa
Taylor aro included In tho cast.
Wo buy sell or exchango anything.
Highest cash prices paid for ladles
and genta secondhand clothing and
shoes. Wo clean and press. Oood &
Co., successors to Dick and Co., 100S
Main St. 26-3
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