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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 2, 1920)
TTIIUllHDAY, DKCialtlKH !I, 1020.
TTCE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 2. Chief
fit Police I). A. Whlto dtcd hero ear
ly Sunday from lnfluenia and com
plications nftor nn Illness of ten
tiro Henry llalst thereupon tagged
his enr, placing tho chief uiuler tech
OROVILLE, Dec. 2 Purchaso of
Exploration dredger No. 3, which
operated In tho Orovlllo field for a
number of yean mi made yester
day by W. II. Ilylnnd. ft representa
tive of a Mexican dredging company.
Tho dredger will bo repaired, then
sent to Mexico, where It will aRaln
bo placed in operation.
8ACRAMENTO. Dec. 2 Flro
Chief L. C. Moore, who mill lnbor
vnder technical arrest, promises to
teach tho police elementary law In
tho pollco court. On romplalnt of
several cltlicni who noticed, Sat
urday nlRht, tho flro chiefs auto
stationed squarely aRalnit n flro
plug at Sixth and K streets, Dctcc-
URDDINO, Doc. 2. Josslo Lima,
a llttlo Rlrl living In Areata, now
lias tltlo to n $G0O lot In Man
Francisco, all becauso sho pleaded
Ouslnf E. Westerholm when ho
stopped In her father' hotel three
Te latrodac our new process
we will woke for a limited time
Two Genuine Gold
Tone Portraits for
frfcoksja-asAs am actaally
(Md villi. Mutant
Pbose for appointments for
CHICO. Dec. 2. VlRorous meas
ures arc bolnR taken to enforce tho
brandlnR law, which Is aimed at
stopplnR cattlo thlavlnR. Joseph
llorba of Nord was brouRht before
Jnntlrn nf llin lVncn J. I,, llames
In Chlco charRed, under the state
law, with using a brandlnR Iron on
his cattle, tho brand of which Is not
STOCKTON, Dec. 2. Owners of
about 200,000 sheep handled !n this
portion of California mot In tho
rooms of tho Stockton chamber of
commcrco and authorised tho ex
pansion of tho central California wool
growers' association to tncludo not
only sheepmen of Llvcrmoro but also
of Stockton and vicinity.
FRESNO, Doc. 2. Two persons
were killed and another fatally in
jured la an nccldcnt near Herndon
this Sunday when an automobllo
was struck by a northbound South
ern Pacific passenger train. Tho dri
ver, C D. Harwell, superintendent
of schools at San Leandro, and his
daughters were tho only occupants of
the car to escape Injury.
WOODLAND, Dec. 2. Out of 90
cases, of smallpox a month ago only
IS remain of the epidemic which
threatened tho whole county, accord
ing to Dr. V." J. Dlevlns, city and
connty health officer, today. Thoro
(s about one quarantine a day com
ing In now as against three and
four threo weeks ago.
SACRAMENTO, Dec. 2. Id by
Inspector of Pollco Howard Sltton, a
squad consisting of Detectives Ted
Koening, Robert Dundas, Mlchaol
Conaty, Harry Lohmeyer and Deputy
Sheriff Hall Frahm Saturday raided
an underground opium den at 314 tt
Alley, 1 and J. streets.
AT THE L1IIEIITV THKATHK
There aro many thrilling scene In
'The Notorious Mrs. Sands," the
latest Robertson-Colo Superior pic
ture starring Resale Oarrlscalt. which
will be shown at the Liberty theatre)
The drama adapted for tho screen
from an original story by U. B.
Havey, abounds Intense dramatic
The most gripping of the great
moments of the picture occur in the
court room scent, reputed to be the
finest ever screened, when Mrs. Sands
(Mlsa Darriscale) sacrifices her hon
or to save her lover from prison.
Other scenes show Miss Darriscale
as a "achoolma'm" and as the most
sought after woman In an unusual
Want a friend! Oct a dog! That's
what Ed, the orphans' home kid, did.
It was a stray dog, and Ed had to
hide It in tho coal cellar so the
matron wouldn't find it. Tho cook
couldn't understand what made him
to willing to carry all tho coal for'
her. She thought maybo he bad got
religion, he was suddenly so kind and
1 USEFUL GIFTS GIVE
Long after the other gifts have been
Symphony Is tho ultimate In satloncry.
Look for tho watermark.
Distinctive Holiday boxes, dellcato tints, at
tractive Inner-lined envelopes am soma of the
features of tho now itollday stationery.
Symphony Lawn 91.30 to 9A.no
Symphony Antlquo ....91.30 to 94.00
Symphony Charmo 91. no to 94.00
Riviera Linen .......91.30 to 94.00
Lord Ualtlmore Linen 70c to 93.30
Cascado Linen .... 70c to 92.00
A thing of usefulness and a Joy forever.
TEMPOINTS. Waterman's, Conklln's.
Sterling silver and gold cases 94.00 to 918.00
Plain cases .. 93.00 to 90.03
Krershsrp Pencils, n constant companion
for the fountain pen 91.00 to 9IS.00
Liggett s Chocolates
"The Chocolates with the wondrrfai crntrra."
Every piece the kind you aro fondest of.
Ono pound boxes . ..91.00 to 92.00
Two, three and Ave pound boxes, 91.73 to 910.00
Kewples, rag dolls, ordinary dolts, vamps,
Teddy bears, Ross A Ross animals,
dogs, cats, rabbits V....,..,...,...,.7S? to 910.00
Star Drug Co
9th and Main
Guy Garrett, Mgr.
Get under cover in a laVge outside room,
with clean beds and low rates. Stove heat.
Steam heat being installed now. Also
' NEWS STAND
Latest Magazines, Newspapers and
Periodicals. Come here for your Daily
Big new stock of Cigars, Cigarettes and
Tobacco. Come here for your smokes
mry, ' '" 'x;1 gSEfls$tt3fr
(Jlfl packages In sets and single boxes.
Each box and bottle the creation of an artist.
Car a Nome Perfume set, consisting of per
fume, toilet water, face powder and ttilrt, 910
Cara Nome l'arfum .... 911.50
Cara Nomo Eau do Tolllotto 9.5
Cara Noma Sachet 93.00
Cara Nomo Puudro de Talo 91.00
Jonteot Sots, In packages of black and
gold ....93.50 to W.OO
Odor Jontool ....... ......93.30
Mavis sets, tho big red, satln-llned box, con
taining fare powder, talc, rouge, por
fumo, soap and toilet water ............ ........90.3O
Mavis perfume, in Individual boxes ...jBOe to 93.7ft
DJorklss Bets ......................94.0O to 9!!.no
True flower odors tn attractlvo packages,
toilet water and perfume 60c to 934.09
A proper gift for the man who nrtsls one.
Autostrop kits 93.00 to 910.00
Autostrop ratora ...- 93.00 to 90.00
aittetto kits ............97JM
.ailletta raxors 93.00 to 90.00
EverReady, Gem, Keen Kutter, Durham
Duplex and Endors raxors .........91.00
Raior strops, lather brushes and blade raxors
make useful gifts.
The suitable gift for mothtr, father, sister,
brother, wife or Sweetheart.
99.49 to 9M.M
MM to 9I9.9S
-riT "-fH&Jl Yob
TJ10 IH&xaJlfL Store
Fifth and Main Streets
thoughtful. Iiut ono day sho had to
fetch a hod of coal for herself, and
then, what happend to Ed. and his
canlno friend Wow! Don't' miss see
ing tho geratcst boy picture ever
filmed 'Tho Soul of Youth Friday
at the Liberty theatre.
9th and Main
SjinjaTljVUUTJ'innJ""'''"'"" Si WW si . m aaaaaaaaaa a
A Classinod Ad will sell It.
A stowaway caught undornearth u
coal pllo In a ship's bunker used a
periscope for an air pipe.
A six-year survey of the south
polo region will bo mudo by n Ilrlt
lull Imperial polar expedition.
Iceland will have a world's fair
next Juno for tho edification of tho
WAHIIINOTON, D, V Dec.
Italian soldiers who died fighting
on tho mountuln front will bo
Helen Wade has been appointed post-' burled together on one of the high-
mistress st Retreat, Hlsklyou county,' est peaks of Italy, probably Kan
ItEPOItT OK THi: CONDITION OF
THE KLAMATH STATE BANK,
At Klamath Falls, In tho State of Oregon, at tho closo of business, Nov
ember IS, 1920,
Loans and discounts -
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured -
Uonds and warrants -
Ranking houao ..........;..
Furniture nnd fixtures
Due from banks (not reservo banks)
Due from approved resorvo banks -.
Exchanges for clearing bouso ..-..:
Cash on hand .'.
Order Your Suit Now
Capital stock paid In $ 160,000.00
Surplus fund 22,600.00
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid 10,360,13
Due to banks und bankers 888,83
Individual deposits subject to check 693,946.66
Cashier's checkt outstanding ..... 6,092.06
Certified checks 3,142.60
ime and Uavlugs Deposits 104,306.98
Notes and tills rodlscounted 46,409.60
Total -. $1,036,633.76
STATE OF OREGON,
County of Klamath rs.
I, Ida II. Momycr, Casbllr of tho above-named bank, do solemnly
swear that tnc above statement Is true to tho best of my knowledge and
IDA R, MOMYER,
B. E. MARTIN,
J. A. aORDON,
O. D. IJURKE,
Subscribe 1 and sworn to beforo me this 26th day of November, 1920.
(SEAI ) R. C. OROESUECK,
My commission expires January 18, 1921,
Prices of Woolens have been reduced Per- I
feet fit guaranteed. Prompt delivery.
Your inspection invited.
CHAS. J. CIZEK,
Is your shed full of dry wood?
Indications are that tbero will bo a scarcity of fuel boforo
At present we have a fair stock of dry slab and block, wood
at reasonable prices.
Orders are being delivered promptly.
Phone in your orders.
FOR VASH ONLY
O. Peyton & Ca
"WOOD TO BURN"
419 Main St. Phone 535