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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 20, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
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FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1021
incur ifPIV fflR I
Presbyterians Plan to
Fix a Minimum of
$1500 Per Year and
1 truck, 1 riinnljiiiit, 1 Sttidobnknr,
1 Chevrolet, Hoo nick, tli utiil Klam
nth Avmiiii), 20-21
Cnnilymnklng HiinlmmH. tltnrt nt
homo, KvdrytlilriK f tirn I nlifiil. Mnn,
women, II0 weekly. lion-Don ('().,
Phllndolphlit, I'a. 20-20
Yoiiiik rnuplo, mnn experienced In
woods, wlfo good rook or ns helper
utiil wnllrnss for lumber company,
din Klvn mfoninco. -Uiio. Kndnor,
Roil lllilff, Calif. 2328
Al paying business, Hnnp to rlKlit
mnn. Hoo Dick, Otli iiml Klnmntli Avu.
WINONA LAKH, IiiiI., May 20.
lllKlmr NiilnrliiH for missionaries nnil
wldn-sprond extension of nviingtillzn
Hon, especially iiiiidiik thosn of fin'
vlgii lilrlli, worn' ri)mrtiil tmliiy by
tint I'rcNliylnrliin llnnril of llutnu Mis
sions tlirnnitli IIh socrolnry, Dr. John
A. ManiulH, to (leiinrnl Assembly In
bopiIoii hero. Dr. .Miiruuls reports n ,. , ,,.... i,.. ...
. . r ..... i r wu lll.Ji i iiuiininr''iMii- i""
imw spirit iiovmnpi'ii nrtor uiu ne-i ...... . . ..., wm, ,M1ih nni B.i
FOR RENT -Small, partly furnished
house, close In. lii'inlru K. K. K.
House. ' . 20
FOR RENT Now 'nnd moilorn officii
rooms. Winters llullillni;. 20-21
pressing years of tho war. Mo suys In!
"A budget In excess of 1,800,000
wiih iipproprliiloil for tlio your, nml
oiHiiiilltiiri'H worn actually nindn up-lirn-lmntltiK
$1,041,000, whlrh o
ci'imIh tlio amount expended during
tlio preceding ftncnl yenr l" nbout
H2R.000. Tim yi-nr'H receipts from
living giver wero approximately
$0!i0,00(i. an Imreusij of 10 7 per rent
onr tlm receipts f tint previous yitar
from tlm hiiiiiii sources. Tlio total re
ceipts of tlm ynr, Including legacies
niiil Interest, wern approximately $1,
"64,000. In nililllloli, tlio lionnl voted
to nwkn nviillalili) for current work
$1HH,000 In lognclon rerelvod tlio pre
vious yenr which hail boon carried to
tlm pormnnont fund. Tlilh makes tlm
total nmotint available for current
work for tint year f l.r.r,2.onn, tin
high -water mark In tlio history of
"Tin) nnnonnrcd policy of tlm
board ban been to brliiK all Kit missi
onaries to a minimum -alary of "1.
fioo and house. In tlm Anmrlrnn work
tlmri) nrn mill 100 inlsslnniirlc re
ceiving loss tbnn $1.1100 lint tlm no
tual average Hillary for afl mlsslnnn,
rles In Amorlcnn work I $1,K"7"
nrato imtrnnco. 200" Vlnn Ht
FOR HAM: White rotnry scrwlng
machine, I mi H I rn Margaret Cnllnv
hnu, 709 Main. 20-21 j
WANTED 1'nlntlriK nml knlsmnln-'
lug D. W IlnrlliiK. 1-avo orders
nt tlm Hninko. 20-20
FOR RKNT Now and moilorn officii
room-. Winters UnlldltiK ao 21 ,
WANTED I torso to pasture (' J
'llrndbiiry, nno inllo east Wilson
Wo find that planon
mil phonograph- soil It
,ho price and torms
$60 and up
nil '-t lrA- CTjWV r
B i !, i"iji' "umibIi
iTv. ii ii -7',' .? ! l!rri7r'--fi
Wo still hnro n number of excellent values In trad-od-ln
plniioM from '125.00 up sold on 24 monthly In
AIko tbaro nro special vnlucs In Into model limns
wick, now IMI-on nml other makes of phonographs
Jiut-vtnken In oxchango. Full cabinet models from
0C 00 up, sold on convenient terms.
FOR RUNT Two room apartment.
furnlitki'd for light boiiHokeupIni;,
r.27 Klnmntli Avo. I'lionn 4CK 111
FOR Ha7I--Oii 1020 ChnndliT. 7-
jiubkitik'T car, used very llltlo, for
sain rbeap If taken nt onto. Iti'iulro
Army floods Htoro. 19-21
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Earl Shepherd Co.
Klamath's Only Ex
clusive Music fitoro
C07 Main St.
yLJVrUrlfV-VVV-VVJllll' - - tllllm
Ladles, do not forRnt Thursday
mornings nt tlio nuw Hot Sprlugs
Until IIousk. 20
Delegates Are Named
FOR HAM': Sowing mnrhlno, rugs
nml other furniture nt big bnrpnln
No. 1 l,ooml IIIcIr. 20
WANTI.D 3 or 4 room npnrtmint.
iIiihd In Mnx Wi'lss, Army Ooods
Driver of Dynamite
For nny onn contenijilatlng tlm
erortlon of n storo liullillng. It would
bit to their Interest to rnll nt RS
I Main street An cnllro storo front nt
a nargnin price, nurry:
IIA.YONNI.. N. J., May 20. Tlm
pollen announced today tlint thoy
had Identified (lluseppo Deflllppo,
thn llayonnn Irtickmnn." nrrontcd
lioro yesterday, ns tlio man seen on
Wnll street n fow hours beforo tho
explosion Inst September.
NIW I'ROIII. Ri:OUI..TIOXH
IBHtlll) FOR KMIIASHIIM
WAHIIINOTON, Mny 20. To
guard moro closely tho only nven
uo by which alcoholic beverages
mny enter this country, tho statu
department Issued new regulations
under which thn members and tho
omplnyeuH of embassies nnd legn
tlontt may Import liquor.
iiiMtRorfiirs hook kkkimno
MACI1INK Instnlcllon given with our
course In Doublo Kntry llookkeoplng.
Now classes start Tuesday night, Mny
21 Typing clnsseH now being orgn-Ul-nd
W W SOt'TirWRM..
20-24 Room 3. I.oomls IllilR
AIR MAH AtflDKNTrt DL'll I
to Di:rK(7rivi: machinhs,
CHICAaO. Mny 20. O. C. l.ver-
solo, tho chief complnlnnnt, pro
sented to tho committee- lnvostlgnt
ing tlm cbnrges of Inefficiency In
nn nlr mall service, telegram from,
William 11 Jones, nlr mail pllot
nnd former director of tho Pacific,
Const Aero Club, supporting Kvor-
solo's charges. Jones snld thnt tho
accidents wore duu to defective
jpnrt- In tlio machines
INDIANAI'OMH, Mny 20. Dole
gntcs who will represent tho Metho
dist Kplscopnl Church at tho Rcumer
nlcnl Conference of Methodism to bo
hnlil In Umdon Kept. C to 1C, wern
announced hero today by Ill-hop
Frederick D. I.eete, chalrmnn of the
committee nppolnted to elect the
The London conforenco will bo
tlm first held pjnea 1910 when repre
sentatives of nil branches of Method
ism gnthered In Toronto, Canada.
Tho London conforenco was postpon
ed last year becauso of difficulties In
arranging transportation nnd cntor
Tho conforenco next Soptombor
will bo held In Wesley Momorlnl Hall,
opposlto Parliament building.
Dolegates of tho Methodist Church,
as announced by HUhop Icto, In
clude missionaries In some of thn for
iilgn countries ns well ns representa
tives of tho churches in tho United
Included In the list of dolegates
are' R. A. llooth, Kugcno, Ore ; Carl
(1. Donoy, Salem, Ore, and Rev. W.
W. Youngson, Portland, Ore.
RKMKMIiKR FATK OF MADF.RO
1.4 WARNING HKNT OIIRK4JON
MEXICO CITV, May 20, "Ho
wnro of tho fnto of Francisco Mn
dero who failed to heed sollclta-'
tlons to chnngo his policy nnd fell,"
was warning sent to President Ob
regon by tho liberal constitution
alists, members of tho chamber of
deputies and tho senate Tho radi
cals attempted to forco their way
Into tho chnmbcr of deputies last
night to nttack tho Llboral consti
tutionalists, holding a caucus. ThO
first department dispersed tho attackers.
California fruit growers havo
launched n natlon-wldo campaign to
put tho raisin back In legitimate,
channels of circulation as a foofl nnd
out of use as a poisoner and n killer.
Tho nmatour brewer Is responsible
for tho campaign.
Rowing at tdo.
"HELD BY THE ENEMY '
With Wnnd.1 Ilnwloy, Jnck Holt, Agnes Ayreg nnd
Tho. fninoiiH Motro-drnmn of lovo nnd dnrlng thnt
has thrilled two generations of theatre-goers.
Special Matinee Saturday Afternoon
Charlie Chaplin in "THE KID"
To ennblo nil tho children to soo this great plcturo,
It will bo run Saturday nftornoon nt usual prices of
10c nnd 2Cc.
100 PER CENT UNION
TONIGHT AND SATURDAY
A wonderful plcturo cf tho arctic regions '
"THE WILD GOOSE CHASE"
An iirtlstlrnlly produced epic of tho frozen north In which n pri
mal lovo trniiBcends tho tinsel trappings of civilization, a story
of subllmo sacrifice and endeavor In n sotting of snow nnd Ico.
A CORK1NC1 OOOD MACK 8KNNBTT COMEDY
TWO SHOWS CMS 8-45
COMlXtJ SUNDAY Tlio M-n-itlonnl wi'ktrt-n pliturc. "Till-: OX1J
kuuuuulllllllUIIIX -H .-.....----..
Ono of tho greatest picture- over mado nnd tho boat tho popu
ar comedian has ever mde.
Thi niriurn h- hroVnii all records in Klamath Falls having
boon run for throo days and to tho largest number of pooplo that
At The Liberty
The House of Personal Service
TONIGHT AND TOMORROW
Kazan, tho wonder iKb nnd Jano Novak in '
The Greatest JAMES OLIVER CURWOOD story ever told.
Soo Knzan, tho wonder dog, fight n wolf-pack In tho north.
Soo Kazan bout tho mountain Hon thnt slow his wolf-mato.
Soo Knzan fight n man-boast for a helpless girl.
Soo Kazan's might strlko tho bruto whoso gun had laid him low.
"THE MISLEADING LADY"
STARRING BERT LYTBLD
Adapted from tho Now York Stage Success
A 20th Century Cave Man "was he but she liked 'em rough!
JIM DRISCOLL SAYS he wish
es he was as certain that the country
would go wet again as he is that the
Crater Oil Well will be a gusher.
REV. TRIMBLE SAYS HE
don't think it's gambling to buy Kla
math Oil Stock, because it's a legiti
mate development of a Klamath Re
source. NIEL CAMPBELL SAYS if you
want a bucket of real Klamath Oil,
go out to the well when he is baling
the muck and sand out of the bot
tom and he will give you you want,
for he has got lots of it.
DR. WISECARVER SAYS he
made more money last year in Oil
Stock than he did filling teeth.
ASA FORDYCE SAYS let the
well speak for itself. (You know
Asa, he don't say much about any
think; but he has put a lot of real
money into Crater Oil and Gas, and
we are proud to have him for Presi
dent of our Company.)
WILLIAM TIMMS SAYS that
if the Crater Well brings in a gush
er he will never have to shine an
BOB ROBERTSON SAYS if we
strike oil he will have a party all
next year and then hunt and fish
the rest of his life and let the Japs
have a clear field in the laundry
CAPTAIN SIEMENS SAYS he
is proud of being one of the few who
put up the first thousands of dollars
necessary to prove that there was
Oil in Klamath, and now that it is a
proven reality fche hopes that every
body will get some of the profits.
James Drlscoll, Secy. Willltts Illdg. Klamath Falls,
Enclosed check for for which ploase reserve
for mo shares Crater OH and Gas Stock at "1.00
per share, for which I agree to subscribe upon receipt
of subscription blank.
Mail all checks and direct all inquiries to
Crater Oil & Gas Co.
Oftice:-622 Main Street
bavo avor wltneasod any one picture in tnia cuy.