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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS,' OREGON
YVUDAY, JANUABY 14, 1021.
The Evening Herald
J. MUIUIAY- Editor
VRBD SOULH Citr Editor
Published dally cicoot Sunday, by
The ICorald Publishing Company ot
Klamath Falls, at 119 Eighth street
Entered at the postofflco at Kla
math Falls. Ore., (or transmission
through the malls as second-class
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Tho Associated Press is exclusively
ntltlcd to tho uso for republication
of nil nows dlsDatchcs credited to It.
or not otherwise credited In this
paper, and also the local nows pub
FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1031.
CIRCUIT COURT NOTES
Judge Kuykcndall yesterday hand'
d down an order for judgment by
default In tho caso of Roberts
Whltmore against Anita Labereo, tho
ault being brought for tho recovery
ot 1142.81 for mcrchandlso deliver
ed to tho defendant. W. C. Van Emon
acted for tho plaintiff.
The Golden Rulo was awardod
Judgment by default against Anita
liabarco for $541.71, for goods pur
chased from that store. W. C. Van
Emon appeared for tho plaintiff.
, Tho supremo court has upheld tho
decision of Judge Kuykendall in the
case of Saunders A. Wiblto against
Gilbert Harrison, the suit involving
the mortgaging and selling ot pro
perty which Harrison alleged was
misrepresented to him. C. F. Stono
represented White, and J. Hi Carna
ban represented Harrison.
Today and Saturday
J. Barney Sherry
"The Stainless Barrier"
A nig Seven Reel Feature
Max Sennett Comedy
Charles Murray and Louise Fazcndn
Ilarold Bell Wright'
THE SHEPHERD OF THE HILLS"
An injunction restraining Elmpr,
Wftltor, and Roy Mallory from mov
ing a houso from tho'homostcad bf
George W, Duko has boon issuod by
Judgo K,uykondall, Duko, in his com
plaint, alloges that tho Mallorys
havo already romoved a barn, ice
house, and wood shed from his homo
stoad, and asks $750 damages. Attor
ney R. Q. Groesbcck la representing
Now oak chairs havo taken tho
placo ot tho old chairs which havo
horotoforo been used In the circuit
courtroom. Judgo Kuykcndall has
also ordered draperies for tho win
VICTIM OF FROSTBITE
IN FAVORABLE CONDITION
According to a report from tho
county hospital received this morn
lng, John Foley, who suffered am
putation of both fcot Mpnday, is got
ting along as favorable a can be
expected considering tho severity ot
tho operation. No signs ot further
complications havo appearea. Doth
feet were amputated about four
Inches abovo tho ankles.
GREEKS DEFEAT TURKS
IN ASIA MINOR
LONDON, Jan. 14. Tho Greeks
have mado another Important ad
vanco agalnBt tho Turks in Asia
Minor, the Greek legislation has re
ported. Tho Turks lost heavily.
FOR SALE 6-room house, close In;
price 1250CT. Will tako First State
and Savings bank check for $500 as
first payment,, balance $40 per
month. Will guarantee 12 months
rent at $40 per month. Inquire room
201 Odd Follow Building between
11 a. m. and 2 p. m. or 7 and 9 In
the evening. 14-15
FOR RENT 2-room Apt. front room
stairs, furnished tor light houso-
keeoplng. Phono 4C1, 527 Klamath
FOR SALE Dodge car In flno shapo.
Torms. Box E. H. Herald. 14-18
FOR RENT Wheat land, 440 and
240 acre farms, partly equipped.
See August Andrieu at Wbltelake
P. O. Merrill. 14-19
FOR RENT Pleasant outsido rooms
with .baths, 75 cents per-night or
$3.60 per week with baths. Home
Rooming House, 920 Klamath Ave.
"Always the Beat for the Liberty Guest"
Tho IloUlckinff Comedy lilt ,v
"LA LA LUCILLE"
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Starring those comedy' kings, EDDIE LYONS and LEEMORAN,
i One of the fastest moving comediea out.
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The tremendous Drury Laue melodrama
"THE BEST OF LUCK"
A drama of daring deeds, high romance and startling surpi
Believe Ranch Cow
In Dairy District
Died from Rabies
The Shook ranch near Dairy today
reported a caso ot apparent rabies,
of which a ranch cow was tho vic
tim. Tho animal for several days
Bhowod symptoms ot tho dlsoaso,
frothing at tho month, othlbtting ir
ritability, etc. Sho was a' milch cow
and thoroforo novor Btayod far from
tho ranch houso. Sho was kept In
tho corral at night and tho ownors
are puzzled as to tho manner In
which sho was infected, although be
lieving sho was bitten by a rabid coy
ote After sho had bcon sick sovoral
days, tho ranchors, satisfied that sho
had rabies shot tho cow and burled
tho carcass. No analysis of the head
This is tho first time, safd Mr.
Shook, that rabies has appeared In
tho Dairy district. Thoro havo boon
outbreaks further east and lately
thoro havo been reports ot tho dl
soaso among coyotes in Lake coun
MALIN STATE BANK
ELECTS YEAR'S OFFICERS
The directors ot the Malln Stato
bank, yesterday .elected A. Kallna as
prestaent.jfe. M. Hammond -fas vice,
presldent'and 'Louis Boldlschpr as
cashier as a result ot tho consum
mation ot its reorganization plans.
O. W. Myors and,NIck O'Connor, with
the officers named, (, comprise the
board ot directors. Tho annual re
port disclosed exceedlnly healthy
ACCUSED BOOTLEGGERS ,'
WILL GO TO PORTLAND
Deputy United States Marshall R.
D. Carter arrived horo from Port
land last night to tako Leo Patterson
and Christ Dlavollstl. accused otln
troduclng liquor Into tho reserva
tion, back to Portland with him to
await action by tho grand Jury. Thoy
will probably icavo tomorrow morn
BY GLANCING AXE
Rowing at the
The Last of the Mohicans"
A Truthful Version of the World-Known Story.
Tills production has stood the tent and wo will tell you
it Is. one ot tho greatest pictured tliat lias been shown
in thia theatre and you know the elans of pictures we
have shown. Tonight is tho flnul showing.
ALMA RUBINS who appcawd hero Inst In
"The World and His Wife"
MAUN, Or., Jan. 14. While cutr
ting, wood, O. F. Gllck, a rurjcher
who lives two miles east ot here, sev
erely injured the middle finger of his
loft hand. Tho ax struck a knot,
causing it to slip and hit his hand.
Ho was taken to Merrill nt onco by
W. Crnndall, a neighbor. Tho Injury
Is rather serious and will not heal
for qulto a while.
"Shall Klamath Falls take up
community service Work" is tho
question that will bo propounded to
tbo citizens who meet in tho new
chamber ot commerce rooms, under
the American National bank, tonight
by H. W. Arbury, who represents the
community service of New York. Mr.
Arbury wishes to remind the people
thatra practical demonstration of the
service work proposed will bo given
tonight, and that it will be an en
joyable affair. The demonstration
Sill enable anyone interested to de
de whether it Is desirable here, and
a' big turnout Is expected. Thero will,
be no charge for admission every
body will be welcomed.
Per garment ,.. 9 2.00
Belted Model Macklnaus 310.00
U. S. Army Overcoats 7.SO
Spiral Ix-ggiiu 1.50
Heavy Wool Stockings 110
U. S. Munhon Last Shoes........ 7.0S
Other items at very reasonable
The Army Goods Store
1180 Main Street
We are putting on sale tomorrow morning our beautiful
line of GENUINE IVORY PYRALIN, commonly known as
Parisian. ivory. As is well known we have the finest and larg
est stock of these beautiful toilet articles in Southern Oregon,
and every piece is genuine, solid stock, grained ivory, warranted
not to split, warp or discolor. If you own a few toilet articles of
this material now is the time to complete your set.
fa OFF NOTE THE PRICES
Regular Price Sale Price
Hair Receivers $1.35 $ .90
Puff Boxes 1.45 97
Perfume Bottles 1.00
Jewel Boxes 3.00
Pin Cushions 1.75
Hair Brushes 6.00
Pin Trays 65
Picture Frames 1.50
Dozens of other articles such as glove-stretchers, nail files,
clocks, nail buffers, cloth brushes, military brushes, etc. All of &
these are on sale at
1A OFF REGULAR PRICES
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aaie win continue ror one weeic, arter wmen time regular
prices will prevail, for the wholesale price of these goods has not
been reduced. We are putting the line on sale to reduce our im-
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WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE
BUY THEIR DRUGS
Let Us Do Your
A number of business houses' are
saving the tlmo of tholr bookkeopors
and Individual collectors by letting
us collect their monthly bills. It is
tho modern method. It cuts down
your overhead. Get your bills ready
and wo will do tho rest.
MRS. T. H. JOLLY
What Is Your Telephone Service
Tho Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company has built up a telephone system
In Oregon from 7027 stations in 1900 to tU,G28 stations In 1920. This development
was secured for the mos part during n period when cost of labor and material
was normal. During these 20 years tho Telephono Company has carried out its
part In tho building of Oregon. Its operating expenses havo increased faster than
Its revenue for tho last fivo years it has been operating at an increasing deficit.
This condition cannot permanently contlnuo.
New capital cannot be obtained by public utilities at all except when rates
are such as will afford reasonable assurance, with efficient management, of earnings
sufficient to care for legitimate fixed charges and establish 'for them a basis of
credit. This does not mean that rates should be such as In themselves will supply
new capital, but that thoy should bo such as to Justify capital investments in com-
petition with other business ventures.
Tho proposed rates represent a very small Increase to tho individual user
from 2K to 11 cents per day, In the aggregate thoy represent a( revenue to the
Telephono Company sufficient to enable it to continue to serve the public, meet
Its payroll obligations and .show a reasonable return upon a legitimate investment.
Adequate service Is dependent upon adequate rates.
The Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company
123 Eighth St.
Phone 135-W .f