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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON I V
The Evening Herald
fred boule .
Published Jallr excopt Sunday, by
Bs Ilerald Publishing Company ot
unats Fall, at IIS Eighth Street
nUred at tha poatottlea at Kla-
atatli.ralli, Ore., for transmission
brooch ,tna. malls ma second-class
BR OP TUB AMOCIATKD
Tie Associated Fraa li esetntlraly
MUUed to the ate for republication
t all news dispatcher credited to It,
r not othorwlso credited In this
paper, and alto the local sows pub-
THURSDAY, JUNK, S 1031.
BUT OF T01
M'JCNNVILLE. (Ore.), Juno 23.
t Rct. William Q. McLaren, Qoneral
Superintendent ot tho Pacific Coast
Rescue- and Protective Association
nd on ot the chief advocates ot an
absolute ban on dancing in Mc
'Mlnnvllle, recently left town hastily
under the protection of Marshal
Rev. McLaren' chauffeur went
, As the pair aped away In their au
tomobile to safer retreat after each
Bad barely escaped a ducking by
irate citlxena In a pond In the city
park, they left the whole town in a
algh state ot excitement.
Sfteoel airb alleged: Immoral
Business men and other prominent
citizens were standing about th'o
streets discussing the latest develop
ments la the tight over whether
there is to be absolute elimination ot
public dances or whether the dances
1 are to continue under strict cen
sorship, and at the tamo time a group
mt boys was searching for Council-
aaaa" Gilbert, who, according to a
lettergram & local minister, made
charges that the majority of the girls
la the Bjlgk Of1 were Immoral.
At a. meetmj the dance Issue was
threshed out for the last time before
It west to the voters at the elections
far a tmal decision. And It was at
this meeting that the trouble started.
- Walter U Toote, Jr.. speaking for
the' dance control and censorship fac
tion, has lust finished making a reply
'to charges Iter. McLaren had made
at meeting here, when Rev. Mc
Laren rose from the audience and at
tempted to address the thousand per
sons who had assembled In the audi
torium. The meeting had already been
brought to a close. The audience at
once indicated Its resentment.
Start for Pond
Rev. McLaren persisted In bis at
tempt to repeat the charges ho al
ready had made. Then esveral proral
Beat citlsens seised the reformer and
started with blm toward the pond.
They kad proceeded but a short dis
tance when the Marshal headed off
the party and rescued him.
' While the meeting was being held
'Rev. McLaren's chauffeur was at tho
entrance of the auditorium, distrib
uting handbills advocating tho elim
ination ot all public dances in tho
Chnuffcar Also is Seised
Tho chauttour, whoso nntuo was not
learned, according to bystanders, de
clared that McMlnnvllto dances had
caused the downfall ot several girls.
This alleged statomont aroused tho
crowd, who Immediately soiled tho
chautfour and started out with him
for tho pond.
Again tho marshal arrived on tlmo
and rescued tho chauttour. Under tho
officer's escort Rev. McLaren and tho
chauffeur were started In tho direc
tion ot Kowbcrg. When lost seen
they wore headed that way In an au
It was stated on good authority
that tho men who participated In tho
demonstrations against tho outsiders
wore prominent citizens.
WANTBD Hay contractor to cut
and stack 360 ton or more wild
hay. Solid meadow. Short hnul. Can
uso bucks. Contractor furnishes ev
erything. Writo lnn E. Kllgoro.
Langotl Valley, Oregon. 33-30
FOR SALE Ucnutlful homo grown
plants. Can bo soon at flco. I).
(initio's 1040 Main St. 33-24
Call 185 tor yourtaxl.
A GOOD DED and a good bath at
Colonial Rooms, 11th near Main
WANTED Position as office girl
with doctor or dentist. Exper
ienced. Box 11. 23-39
Paints, oils and varnish. V. E. and
J. E. Patterson, 127 4th St. Phone
196-W, or Res. 631-R. 23-J33
FOR RENT 3 room furnished
apartraont. Living room 25x12.
Best view in tho city. Phono 444.
EXPERIENCED COOK WANTED
Man or woman, apply White Peli
can Hotel. 23-24
KALSOMININO 12 He POUND. W. E.
and J. E. Patterson. Contracting
painters. 127 4th St. Phone 196-W,
Res. 631-R. 23-27
Spring fryers at the Duckeyo Gro
cery, 335 6th St. 23-25
FOR HIRE) Largo and small cars.
Phono 185. 23
FOR SALE A-l paying business,
new and secondhand goods. Must
sell now, owing to other business.
Reasonable offer will not be refused.
Dick 6th and Klamath Ave. 23-25
Paints. Oils and Varnish. Wall Pa
per and Paper Hangers, w. E. and
J. E. Patterson, 127 4th. St. 23-27
COLONIAi: ONE ROOK cabins for
housepeerag. 11th near Main St
and 741 Walnut Ave. 23
FOR RENT Two room apartment,
furnished for light housekeeping.
527 Klamath Ave., Phone 461. 23
FOR RENT Underwood typewriter.
Winters Jewelery Store. 23-25
FOR RENT Office rooms and
apartments. Winters Dulldlng.
WANTED Reliable party who
would llko use ot piano for its
keep. No children. Call or address.
1214 Worden Ave. 23-28
FOR SALE 100 chickens, rabbits,
1 horse, mragon, 3 sets ot harness,
and want to sell my lease on 25
acre farm, plenty of water, with 2
room furnished house,. Will sell for
cheapest price as I must leave state
on account of health. Call 711 Main
Photographing babies is our busi
ness at Stinsons. 23
FOR RENT Nicely furnished apart
ment, one block from Main. Rea
sonable. 622 Klamath Ave. call atter
Do not blame conditions if business
is bad. There is money being spent
in Klamath Falls every day, 'Are
you getting your share? It may be
your fault. Let us demonstrate to
you the personal appeal of Direct
Mail 'Advertising. Phone 93, and
let us talk the matter oxter with you.
W. 0. Smith
Montana County Aids
Fight Upon 'Hoppers
1 ' ' '
MISSOULA, Mont, Juno 33.'
County commissioners of Mlssrula
county are preparcJ to nld in the
tight against the grnjtinipor. Tho
commissioners anuoum'i'il recently
that thoy would met, dollar for dol
lar, up to 13000, suMirlt'tlbtis by res
ervation farmers to clear tho countv
of insect pests. Fui'lt for tho coun
ty's part ot tho war tiudgo? will lo
raised through a hfclt-mtll lovy, It
was stated. Tho cotnmlrslorvjra re
cently visited tho resona'.loii Aur re
port that bad conditions nro expected
this summer In connection with tha
probablo grasshopper Invasion.
Big Prize Waltz
AT DREAMLAND PAVILION
POSTPONED LAST NIGHT
Will Be Given Tonight
BIG TIME - PLENTY OF JAZZ
A classified Ad will sell It,
Several New Overland 4's
DOTH TOURING AND ROADKTKRS
PRICE $875 TERMS RIGHT
' CAN UK 8EKN AT OUR HHOW ROOMS
1920 Allen .
1920 Overland Coupe
SEE BATCHER AT
EWAUNA MOTORS CO.
123 South Fourth Street
The manufacturer of your automobile recommends, In
the Instruction Book for your car, that the crankcase be
drained out and flushed and then refilled with fresh oil at .
This is necessary because engine operation causes a
steady accumulation of road dust, carbon, fine metal par
ticles and other impurities in the crankcase oiL This gritty
oil circulates through your engine, impairs its performance
and ultimately leads to rapid depreciation and repairs.
But cleaning the crankcase is a job generally disliked
To meet this need, Modern Crankcase Cleaning Service
has been established by-first-class garages and other deal
ers co-operating with the Standard Oil Company. These
garages and dealers use Calol Flushing Oil, the scten
tlfic agent that cleans out old oil, dirt, grit and other
Impurities, and does not impair the lubricating efficiency
of fresh oil used. The cleaned crankcase is refilled with the
correct grade of Zerolene.
Look for the garage or dealer displaying the sign shown '
below- It means "Better operation and longer engine life.-,'
Small cAough to wear
Pictures. IV X 2 inches
New goods from the Kodak
City arc no sooner introduced
1 than you find them here.
For example, the new camera
in the V.P.K. size the focus
ing model of the Vest Pocket
Kodak Special is ready for
It is a splendid picture-maker
in every way. The lens is Kq
dak Anastigmat f.G.y that
means speed and sharpness.
Through a distinctive focusing
arrangement, the Kodak may
be brought in sharp focus with
the subject only three feet away
-that means "close
with' the regular lens equipment.
And (turn thtrt trt thi ttktr midtlt iht V. P. K. at
$8.00 1$ $21.00
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