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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 5, 1919)
Mr, Mild Mm. (J. M. Kmiinliy with '
their diiiiKlil'ir KIIziiImiIIi, iiihI Helen
Wirt urn nienilliiK tint week m
II, (J, lllllll.iey, Wild llll lieeil III
. it., friiin iimrKU ' i""ii"i i minimi hum in
u.rrr l'"1'" '" '"' Kliiiimtli County iiiIIIh, fin Hut C
TOiii ,,., ,,,,, 1 t (initially, rcuiiiieu .vinieniiiy eveinni:
from MMfonl wlinm lliey have lieeti
on comimiiy liiiNliKviN,
K. II l.iuvrdiire mill fiimlly of Hint
JofO liru illiflllliolille Idlli ImIm Bl(iipliu:
fin ii few Imiim In tlni city Mr l.aw
ri'MCl) lit III OltlMliHthlle denier In the
California rlly llo inailu the trip up
thru tlm Hiirriunimlo viillny ami will
i;o to C'rnl.'r l.ukn flout here, mill In
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
I!ciHii rnnipiOiy, Iiiim koiki In Hin
Kriinrliirii for a viicallnn
(JuorKO Wiillmi uml (' lloyli. of,
(hi) California mill Ori'Kon Power
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WAHIMNHTON. I) (' , Aur
I hi' olllrlnl opi'iilni; of the navy ilry
link m Pearl llnrhnr, near Hono
lulu, llnwiill, Inio thin month, will
PIONEER RESIDENT lYork way of thn Ialhmua of Pan-
LEAVES RECORD OF ,urnn' ,,ut ln 18C0 lhejr naln ,,ofl,I'',,
riAVC IM Mfccnitl A vvcwtwunl, anil crowed the plain, In
UA" 'w.mismjula n cnv,t,rnl0 ,lt 7B ngonS( hcr fnthpr
HorvlriK n Captain of the train. There
MIHHOCI.A, Mont., Aiu; fi. -Hhort- wero hut five women. Of thin trip,
ly before her ilcith, here, Mm. Kllwi- Mm. Woody wrete:
hnth Countrymiin Woody, who wan "It waa thru the merry of Ood, and
.in.! ui inn ix pioneer wiiitu women my Uthor'a bravery. coolncaH and
h linn a'
w . ...... I'nrthiinl
C Vww 'mn ""r" fr,,m
. .jinn few ,IllH
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PLUNDER IN SUBURBS
PAHJ8, Auk. fi Ti Ingrains from
American offlcere nt Iluilapeist stato
that tho Itutnanlan troops upon en
tering lludape.st Htartcd plunilei'i.K
In suhurhs Fifteen or twen. civil-
. HvIiik In MlKHOula. Juno m;n, Jotted Bod ju,lB,nent. that'wo reached our-,1,'n" W0.? "J"" J? V.'" ,loa """V"
own ror tiio memhom of her family domination In safety. Tho Indians i "ur,15, "'" " V, -"-M.moof
her remlnlArenu-a of the ear-, were had and tho train paed thru ! a f i "." lhrH,,lM,nB ,0 '"
1 day Thene note. have timt lu.ert ' , r. , " hontaH for earn Houmanlan
' '" iiiuiij Minion rii UU'-n. rifimi-iiiiy wif
mark tho Hiirremifiil rompletlon of """"' Fu""r- u"' paragrapn reaiin: ' aw nmoulderlnj? heaps of what hart
one or thn mirnt dllllrult niiKliieerrhB "My f,,tl'r' "oraco Countryman, hoen lem frrtunato trains than ourn."
proJectH ever undertaken hy tho c"r,,'l, "" "wm of runtcr'H mamia-i m
fulled Hluti'H Kovernment. Tho lm- "" rl,,lnB day nnil nlisht from Colurn-
mm nek rnpn-HCtilH n total Invent- '" "'""'". then Btlllwiiter, to t'OL'.NTKIC 1'KOI'OSALS OIVK.V.
mint f morn thin U.000,000, anil """'n". ' "" Ih how It wbh given PARIS, Aur. 5. I)r Karl Rcnner,
Boltller that waa killed in Iludapeflt.
Home of tho new Hungarian in In Inters
were arrested by the local police.
Mounted machine guns were demobl-lizctl.
Iiiim Ihm'ii under construction for ton '" "'" ttnrld. the wires holiiR down" Austrian Chancellor, announced that
cars Becrelnry of the Navy Dan- 'rH '"0,ly was horn In Yuha the Austrian counter proposals to the1
NOT1CK OK MKKTINd.
All Itohckahs reipieted to he pre-
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lloll'forn,m , , mini IMh. I'ortlnml nml from there I arty fT ... . "'"7 """ UIIIII.V rmif, rn. in ivr , a - .. 1.. -... t h nehekah Hall. Thursday
.rlh.C.MoornarrlM'l from I hh ,.m win olllclate at the christening ""ty. California In 18T.J. As an In- peace terms would he handed over to- nlght for nUatn at 8 o'clock,
n the trftl" ,'"' "'" m "f ,,ln ,l,,p, H,"M,t AuKUHt 2ntli Tnnt, her parents reluined to New morrow, within the prescribed time. BTEU..A MANC, Noble Grand.
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in. lun iliijs, en misin"Vi
Jiui. tor Crnu.rl.al 'HI -"-
M. ,,A Mr. Morllii '- l,r" ,
, iron. Hound Lake to.t.i)
W,.. xiltclipll. f Wllll.uiiH. Cull.
" " .llr .. few daH III
foroi. ' "
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m.ixv i:n.iov iiosi'iTAi.riv.
Mrs. (1 W Whlli. utilurtalnril d.
IlKlitfully jentnnliiy nftnriioiMi at In"
hoini) oil Nth Klreet, In honor of Mrs
P M WhK. of Marshfleld ipd Mm
W. 13. I'atiglit of Modi'sto, Cal Tliim.
who 1111 Jo) tut Mm White's htLipllnlltv
were, Mm W i: I'auitht. Mrs r M
rhltii Mr-. It II Dunbar, Mm C C
I Hogiii), Mrs J II. Ilriiltoii, Mm I I'
U.inller .Mr. A W. 1'nll Mr. VV A
.. .-.. nml wife are III
.,. II, ' . iiiiirnll. Mm. lliillllii-er in II I'
KUmalh llttnK froui Yrekn, Call- Wll((1IimrKi M H ,; MrirM Mr
tonH. .Win. Imninl, .Mm (I A Wlrtr Mn-
f . Snow n I" ",tt ,hlH W,,"K (let. CluiMnlli. Mm H T. HuniiiK.r..
.......... .... his iiitich In Hi" 1 ..... ,.
on DUivB" ." 111111 .ir ..viiine iiiirn
"E'wdMn C W I'ami; ;"; .,, ok'thav,
...nnlnt In (he fit) froi.s ( allfornla Mr ,, MrM MU,U SI,,IH.,, k u)h
,.,wwk, 1'" tltwiiU tliIr khiil friends for serv- , Man(, .i,,,.ly ),y UIII watch the
. . i.. i'..iir.. II Kliuity r'" roiidered nt tl'e funeral of our ... . , , , ,,,,
Mr.W-l Mm. 'K" ' w"u;,, ,iBhior. June w'k of hi urn of labor and mllllrjns
comelnlaa nlitht from llnlr limiiu 111 of llnllHrl, of m,.y crushed Into 11
( 8uFrncIco. ,rO HAI.I, Ull TKAIir inn 1 ...1,1 hapolcss mass of debris
tE.DolM I a city wnnor in.iu
The iloik Is lompluleil Just In tlno
in mid a iiiiich needed facility for
care of the ships of the Pacific llcol
Th llrst vuisel to enter the dock will
probably he one of the dreadnoughts
of Admiral ltmlnuiu's fore, possibly
I lm New Mexico The dock Is 1,001
fii'l In length, 12 'i, feet deep, 111
fuet wide at the bottom and HI feet
wide at the top It will dock tho
largest ship of wir now afloat or con
templated Alter the sections of the dock had
been finished and were being anchor
ed In their places In 19 11. the water
ny pumped out, whereupon the hot
totn of (tin deck was forced upward
by prvMiuro from the sides, and tho
engineers aiiil workmen were forced
aged ewits (iood condition
. ..1... ..in 1... I.r.. fur,""'" "r irain- mr cnuie mix 1,11
W macaw". -.." jrlll. Or
i riort II-
Hf.M'l Mrs. V w I'linnry iroin
fblciio ars upending a rt vaca
Oon In th county
C. P. Stone ban K"!i l Portland
lor few ily, to look after seeral
Jiidie Conn of l.nkevlcw Is holil'iir
fcart Jbli wi'k In (lie almoncn or
Jcdte I). V Kuykeiiilnll
Luther llolbrook was In town yes
tnly from Hi much near Mull 11
looklnf after hiinliicss mutters
MI11 Kthel Sly. who has ben hero
Tfilllnj her nUtcr. Mm W I) Miller.
ltd for her home this iiiornln,
T. .V. Cunningham spent )i'stenlny
In the city purclnslng supplies f"
tlinachlr. tho Pine (!roe district
Mn. Ktta Kllcnre ami children
hn returnril to llniiiinxii after a
TMiivlilt lth frli'iiild uml relatives
, Hirrlion Allen, one ift I'nrtlanilV
moif pronilnent luw)un. was In
Kbwth Ftllii for tliri-e das 011 legal
llr. and Mrs I.lojil Del. up nrcom
PW by Mrs IKiUp's brother. K
W, Dloomqul't left for Cmier I.trh
inlj laornlns for a brief outing '
A. K, KliiR, who Ins been living
tl Wflnul aveii'ii. s mi)lng his
lamlly to I'ortlnml where they will
male their home In tho future.
Aiulthaf been brought In tho fir
mil court byA(M nden against (
L llcWIIIljms fur thu recovery or
J128 with Intcn-at at t'ii rent from
' 18, 1S1K
Mn Ojcar Peyton wt. her sister.
" Noah IMvn., left y,.st(.r(ny for
'"I nwch. Mrs Pejto,, w, ,,
tweabout three ,.ekn and her sls
" "" rc(url ' It lion.., in mi,,. ,
j'riupiiiiii khij tup ifflixtn
Do your trading this week where
possible. Next week is the long
looked for celebration. So get
togged out now at
N. B. DREW'S
Men's Togs, Corner 6th and Main
The classiest line of hats, caps and
shirts in town. All new and snappy
at LESS THAN CITY PRICES
Tlie motorltt vlio knows
good gasoline demand "Kcd
Crown" for full power and
"Red Crown" Is tnc,ht
dUtlllcd, all-refinery gaiollnc
with the full and continuous
chain of boiling points nccrb
ary for eaiy startinc, tuick
and smooth acceleration, de
pendable power and long
mileage. Look for the Red
Crown sign before you fill.
STANDARD Oil. COMPANY
R. A. WINZLER,
Special Acrent Standard Oil Co.,
Klamath Falls, Oregon.
W'eiluch,, K Siitunb.y
STAR THEATER '
ftalrBR ,,,, M(wc
ltl Iho I'lcluroH.
1 n Strati,,,,, .hllst.
--"uminn to w tn,
Our prescription department is modern in
every way. There is no worthy device or
apparatus for perfecting and facilitating
the work that is not here.
Compounding is done in accordance with
tho latest scientific methods, and accuracy
is insured by our double check system.
Prices are always fair.
Let Us Fill Your Next Prescription
I tauwTxV I
KLAMATH FALLS OREGON
WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE
BUY THEIR DRUGS
fpo piiar y I
PaaV H iAft,
If J III w
Your sinks and drains, with the greatest deodorizer known
The Ever Read
Harmless in its use, it instantly kills all odor, not obnoxious like
chloride of lime.
Simply mix a teaspoonful in a gallon of water and pour into the
sink or drain, and the job is done. It is the best and cheapest
(The Southern Pacific Railroad Co., uses it by the barrel.)
Next week will see the opening of the Pear Canning season; we
will have Choice Bartlett Pears for canning; all choice wrapped
stock, priced at $2.95 the box.
Place your orders early.
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