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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 28, 1919)
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I'liiim of thf lnhmii imnf.fr Wf ,-'""ili' Mimn. and lu-r brother.
ii i. mill P. U ft for lii ' HniiitUiiti. MI Mti-ntl tin-
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v.miiiii in in- In'lil In Atlanta, (ia.
M- Vilf will l. kiiiiv lliri't- or four
"tul t-xpfilM to vllt IiIh olil
Imiii" in V iiHliliiKton, I) (' , lii-fort' ri.
nii"li k II h frlfiiiU Hiilil I IiIh nioni
ii. i,- -hin thiTf wim n mctho.l In UiIb
In i ii !i..iiItichh. us ihy had al
lium' poMilvt- proof Hint Mr Wiley
Inifiiilfil taking In Hip Wlllarrt
!"ininy prlfflRht on I he Ftiurth at
(ili-n (inrrt'lt i-ft tills niornlnp; for
I'nri Intnl. tifr. h will Hi-inrc a
nt- T, um Pcili-rnl truck, which
i.arifit ( (Hint rilft Ion romtianv
IIIm death orrur-
icil thin w-fk In San FranclHro. Mr
' Hmiii iTi'i'lt'd tin. lioipltal iik an In
vcMinicnt for IiIh daughter, Mrs.
Dainty Moori-. Ho was ono of thu
oldciit i-inployi.cH of the SoiiHiorn I'u
'lll riiiup.iny Hi wiib poshphki'iI of
tin- liHIi'f that hi- wan still able to
kcfp IiIh idnc. at the uliwl, and to
humor him, ihi' company furnlHliud
blm with an ollltu and kept him oc-
upled with notarial work nnd other
liKht duHts I
. ..a tbt mo ruins trim
irrlll win In (mm Mori HI
.1 told hin Klmuuih K .l
in iKiit. .r jIhhii the beautiful trun
I.i rr t I.i him boon (dfklng Hi " l.'ii
vlii. a fi.r tli" ;iut thref wixihn. vir
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Kliiina,,i Ac.cnrv thin motnliiR
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niK Hi.' Stxlitr'n nrliool hurt)
isits rtioM ci:vst.i
K I.. Amni who opt-rati'it a nheep
rm"h In t!i Cr)nt:il clMrl't brought
In some root hid us for bounty to
d i'e lc.mrtH tin I .(indltionx un-
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Ori'Kon Auio lompany.
THE KLAMATH FALLS BASEBALL TEAM
WILL GIVE A
EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT
PEERLESS ORCHESTRA ADMISSION 50c
Inr I'.s honor, thi I'oln'f
I Hun to Imp.iiiiiK Hi. city
flni liniroHHoil upon thf i J"1
tho civil of the ll(iior
H, ' hi
I " llu
Ii. i liri'iikt-r
l.fo Iti-Knn nnd lfi- arc mwn.lliiK -i
i vt iluys In thu rliy
Mr- P It H.thwttl. I. It Sh-.fft.-II
-ithtt i Imlti'r. Churlot It. Shiifttr -.t
He will drive
It thrntiith from Portland. It Is to
b. iihhiI in coriiiprtlau with thu i.
jtenhf imviiig opi-nitions in thirf
Anna Ji.lllni'rk Is In from 1m ' Kuti Jinit t'Mllforiiln, nro tourist "li
ran. Ii Hi the Mitllli rountry sliopplnr inrs In Hut rlty,
1 J Hirnw l iiii'inllur. ii few iUy
'.n toMti from (lilrssn
I, like Walker ri'turiii'd on hut
tiliiht's tinln froiii Ciillforiiln. wherit
he hns been on business for two
A A Whltliitrh. fire wnrdeii. win
In town this week piirrhasliiK sup
plies There have been but f.o ""
this si'iison nnd these were easily
handled, Mr Whltlatch reports.
C. V I'lytin, wife mid dniiKhtor
am In the rlty from ("blloUIn.
Ceo I. Harry and family are nls
tourltiK thru Klnmntli ("uiiiitv
Ituy II llrudluy nnd wife nre don
from th.' Klamath Aceury. on lni.tl
iii'sh. .u'''omp,inled by Dr. II. V. lllel
Miss Hess KllKore will le.Ho f r
Asblntid Monday w here she will
.spend the week of celebration
I-" nil I It ltobliison of Toronto !)a
'taken a piiHltlon at the .Star Drugstore.
I Mrs Harry Snnveley and rlillil nr-
Mrs. Hilly Kosky. of Mnssurhtlsetts rll.(1 fr()m tm Aniteles reoentlv.
I vIslll-iK Mr and Mrs lllnl. of the ir i,nv tN ii ndvcrtlHlnc
,ler one of the pioneers of
..I ie. tli.,i of Hit- W'.-M. blid
wbof liuinu hns buoti a household
word MiiioiiK the onrly settlers. Is in
the ilty ftom ABr, Calif.
J F Ciiriett muik a btisinesH trip
'ti Dorrls today, ami In? .ald It was
Mrlitly business, too. So his friends
need not bo any more cordial In their
BrietiiiKs for the next day or two,
for J V says there's "mithin' doln'."
Eeryhody get ready for the 151c
Jul?. Dame at the Houston Opera
House July ?.. 191'j your friends
will be th-r- tJhvn by the Ked.
White and Itlu- ( lul 28
Af'io Mi:t IIAMt'S MI'.sT
I'Ass STATU i:a.mi.vatiox
TO .Main Street
Meals served from
6 a m. to 9 p. m.
GOOD COIT-'KK AM) UK.h
We Clean7 Press and Repair
From a Heavy Suit to Flimsy Lingerie. We
re-block Hats and call for and deliver your
Klamath Dye Works
431 Main St
Hlrvl PtikliiK romiMiiy Miss Kokv ml,nnKer of the Wiininn's Smtf
it here In thehope of ImprovltiK her i .MUH Durifliv CoiiKer of llerr.Mllim
health nrrompsnled by her brother, Is slnp
Miss VcMi mid Dortlia Martin left piui: In the city today
yesterd.iy on, the nuto stnue for Ash
land, where thev will lslt their
Kraudiniither. Mrs. llamsby, for two
or three weeks.
Willi ir Nine, accompanied by his
ller. Miss Iva Nino pnssed thru here
estirdny on their way to Chllixiuln
They will visit their brother, Pres
rott, who recently purchased the Chll
eiitiln hotel, Since tiiklni: over the
Hotel ptoperty Mr. Nine has Improv
(il It to a Krent extent, havlur, built.
Mr. and Mrs II N. Mne wHI spnd
Sunday on an etitlin: near ('hil."iui!i
as the Kiiests of Mr and Mrs Fr"l
Mr Smith, his daiiKhter (lert-ul.-.
and it youiiK man vIsUIiik tlitun.
made a trip to Diamond l.uke vov.
Mr nml Mrs. (Jarrett Vim Ulper
have rettirueil after an absence of
almost two years.
Jack l.lnkenback, superintendent
of the McCloud mill, returned to that
. tipllc.it Ion blatiks for ea'tilnutlon
lis nuto mecliuiCcs which were provid
ed for by chapter tlHI. General Laws
of Oregon for 1 ft 1 9, have been re
ceived by the County Clerk's otlice
for distribution. Men wIshlnK to
I take these examination may Ket their
blanks either from the County Clerk
or from the kiu-ukcs about town
All blanks must bo properly filled
out and returned to the Auto Me
chanics KxatnluinK Hoard by July 5,
19 19 An examination fee of $5
will lie churned all applicants for examination
COOL, AUGUST FROCKS
SET BACK FALL YEAR
an addition to the bulldltiK mid in
tho near future n confectionary shop place this mornltiK. after n Hhort visit
will bo ripened In It. i In this city.
Clay Hadrllff. who dpends mui ll of ' Miss Hess Pickett, who haR been
his limn campltiK nnd flshlnK iiIoiik hero vlsltlim her parents, returned
thn upper lake ilurliiK th'' summer : to San Francisco, whoro sho will
wns In town yesterday nnd he ruports continue, her music,
flno flshhiK In nil the streams In t lit ; J. P Wells, who Is to bo tho HiRli
Mclnlty. Mr. Itiidcllff says also Hint School superintendent, Is heio from
thn fish nre especially Iiitko thfs i KiiKeiie to attond thu mectluK of the
tcason. school board
Mr. nnd Mrs. Alex Choyno nnd
children, nrconipntiled by Mrs.
ClicynoH slHlor, Jiilln MclteynoliN,
left yesterday nieriiliu: In their car
for a visit to tholr old lionio In Tho
K. A. HlorklliiRor, president of tho
Chllonuln Lumber company, left for
San Francisco this niornltiR for a
three weeks' visit In tho East.
Mis C F FIIiiii and daughter.
Hallos. Mr find Mrs II D Choyno I Dorothy, have Joined Mr. Fllnn at
with their children, Nellie, Mjlo, Chllonuln for tho summer. Mr'
"TIIK PICK OK THN MCTIHIKS"
H. W. Poole, Owner Matinee Every Day
A Fine Western Story
Mutt & Jeff
The Story by Owen Kildare
DOORS OPEN AT 7 P .M.
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JULY 4TH, 1919
Music by M. Dobiy
A Good Time For
The msh for Memorial Day being over, I now have
time to devote to any SPECIAL ORDERS you may
care to place.
You are invited to visit my shop and inspect the
wide variety of designs.
Geo. D. Grizzle
1014 MAIN ST:
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Hat. sunshade and frock of th
ame material Is a fashion IdeA
which grows and growa In turn
mer favor with the averag
woman and this season Is reach
ing Its lenlth lor costumes for
late July and August wear. This
fetching costume of white hand
kerchief linen, embroidered In
conventional checked design In
Trench blue. The llttlo peasant
nock ) and underslneves are of
white organdie lied at throat nnd
wrist with tiny blue bows. The
oarrow girdle Is rutert wi u oluo
IlllIXiDEn OF DliAOKDURN
DIES IN SAN FRANCISCO
Captain J. W. Siemens hns just
been advised of tho death of E. H,
Kynn, builder of tho Ulackburn hos-
Just a few years ago the City of Klamath Falls was "Up
against it." Perhaps there wasn't one person in five hundred
knew it, but, nevertheless, it was a fact.
The situation was critical, the future of the City hung in
the balance. Few realized, busy in their everyday affairs, that
the Queen City of Southern Oregon, standing as she does on the
banks of a great river and touching with her boundaries two great
lakes, was famished for water.
There was "Water, water everywhere, but not a drop to
drink ;" it was starvation in a land of plenty, for the water of these
big lakes and in the river was tule soaked and germ contained.
The only available supply was being pumped from an open
spring into distributing reservoirs, but the quality was questioned
and the supply inadequate.
Something had to be done ; something was done ! And today
the City of Klamath Falls is possessed of an abundant supV
ply of the purest artesian water m the world.
Three 12-inch wells were driled through hard rock, one to
depth of 78 feet, one to 80 feet and one to 160 feet, from whieii
pure, cold, clear water gushed. These wells were cased, capped
and sealed, and it is from these rock covered strata that the water
used in the City today is being pumped water free from con
tamination of any kind, for it does not see the light of day until
it pours into the reservoir, and then only until it again runs away
into the mains to serve you at the faucet.
California-Oregon Power Company