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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 9, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
HATVKOAT, At'OUHT i flu
The Evening Herald
E . J. MURRAY,
JAMES 8. SHEEHY
NOTICK TO HAIUJKIWHOP
Klamath Falls, nt 115 Fourth Street.
Entered at the postofflce at Klam
nth Falls, Ore., for transmission thru
the mails as second-class matter.
Subscription terms by mall to any
address in the United States:
One year $5.00
One month 60
Mann, Earl Humphrey, Arthur Lear
lit, Lcland Haines. Harold ferry
man. Mr. Wilbur, Ulchard Thacker.i fllnwln nrhnP nrlr. win
and Loula Schulti. proyall on and alter August 1 1 . 1 9 1 ! :
Hair cut .M
At a dinner Wednesday Miss Au- Shavo 2"
drey Roberta honored Miss Pearl fa"'"r "" 'm!
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KliKKT (JOKS T) HAN PKDHO.
SAN DIKOO, Aug. '.). HitatUiUby
.Hilimdrons of Destroyers tint I'aclflo
Flout got away today for Snn I'eilro.
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Published dally except Sunday by urn,n nnu M,8S ',,e"m "'" w"" Tonic Shampoo . .
The Herald Publishing Company of are visiting college friends here from (Hovers
the University of Oregon. Tho table " -
was made lovely with bowls of j,1", "
palo lavender sweet peas and fernR. hoard Trim
Those present wore Marjory Del- Witch Hazel Steam ..
.oil piom rv.iirirw xtvinr Cnlklns. Haior Honed
., ' ,, . ... . , ,,, Local Unlon.No. S41,
Maybelle Leavitt. Pearl Leavltt. 9.,, DAVD L CUOWf 8oc
Penrl Cralne, Molba Wllllums and
Audrey Roberts. One of the biggest shows of the
'pnr coraes o mo Liberty sttminy
Member of the .U-oclntcd Press . .. ..,. . ., w nnd Monday. Tho two popular Zano
Tho Associated Press Is exclusively A P'CnlC h C'' W R ' , J ?" QW Pictures. "The lllders of the,
rattled lie the Wo Tor roAtiol 'n Thursday evening by Purple Sago'' and 'The Rainbow,
of all news dispatches credited to It Jimmy Ryan, who took a party of Trail will bo h bo shown as onoj
or not otherwise credited in this pa- 'oung people down the lower lake in P"ni ami Mnce the latter is the
per. and also local news published ... s ' , launcn Tll0 Mrty Wlls sequel to the former the entlr.t play ,
, n,s spceu launcn. iuo pariy was wJ11 be vor. interesting. William i
' cart'dil wit It n lnlr htncli nn I rtn Cnnn t.i a nln In lnl Li ........
ciafsctrhSv: - U with a supper late In the d m this w,U W
ed. evening upon th.'ir return. . - o wn noro nnjone wioj
iuhuu iu ncu t;iiiit.'r ui int'so pictures
Metropolitan Aitinx-iiirntM ' j
Wetlm-Mlny A Hatunlnjr
Poptilnr .hut. Orchestra
Featuring Spot'liil Music
With (lie Plitures,
Rev Ktriitton, Pianist.
SATl'RDAY, AL'fiUST I). tltt.
The plcnlcers were Miss McMah
non. Mis Helena Guest, Mrs. Hlnes,
Miss McDougal, James S. Sheeny,
Frank Roberteon, James Magulre,
nnd Jimmy Ryan. i
Miss JobIp Low was hostess the'
when they woro shown hero before I
should not mlsa this opportunity. It
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY j
MONEY TO LOAN
T.e Modse Hali was tht scen'e of fore part of the week at a kitchen ebuVn our 'easy pa-meTtVlan '
sone of the most elaborate dances of shower for Miss Feme Hoagland. The Wtn iow interest rates. Start Now,
.'the season, Friday evening, when the party was a surprise to the prospec- It's easier than paying rent.
University of Oregon students, enter- tive bride and her many friends were 5 Room plastered house, complete-1
tained their friends and alumnae, delighted with her surprised delight !y furnished, on Sth Street, close In, 1
Dancing began at nine thirty and when their useful gifts were present- " B Room modern Bl,nBaIow on !
continued until after twelve with In- ed. The evening was spent In sing- pavorm.Ilt cio3C in with garage, H.-l
termlssions for Oregon songs and ing and playing: the numbers being 500. ' 1
the feature. In the latter every lady offered by the various guests. 6 Room plastered house, garage on
was supplied with a sparkler which The following were present, Bess' 0th 1 St. Up-to-date In every respect,.
4 room house, big lot 2nd Hot'
Springs Addition, $1000. j
New 7 room house on Crescent '
Ave One of the most beautiful I
homes In the city and a wonderful j
buy at $5000. See it.
colors, worked into conventional de- een Smith, Feme Hoagland and Josie ' New 8 room home just being corn
signs wlih a dropped latticed ceil- Low. Jpleted on Crescent Ave. Fine location
in A laree electric-llehted "O" wn and tne most "P-to-date houses In
ing. a targe electric-lighted o was itown. Oarage and all modern con-
set In one of the bide walls to act as . Mrs. Florine Chree was given a venlem-es. Must be seen to be op
an Oregon reminder. surprise party by her Shipptngton preclafd. Price $7000.
The guests were Miss Betty Gad- friends lately at which thirty per- 5 room house on Lincoln St. fcx- j
dls,. of Eagle Ridge. Melba Williams, sons were present. The evening was SfcJS. Ttv?irt buym" the City t
a visitor from Eugene, Audrey Rob- spent in dancing. The guests were al- $3506, Hurry up If you want a bar-i
erts, Marjory Delzell, Clara Caluinn, so entertained with several musical .gain. ' j
Maybelle Leavitt, Pearl Craln, who' numbers and served with refresh-I fi room house on 10th St. Good lo-1
' cuuuii t rice ouu.in mci 11 im
heme you wont, I have It. j
Usir. rtcausoH I .
u.vriKK the guki: wood Titi:r.'
A limy Plctograptt
The Depth of Tho Sen.
she lighted and carried during the
dance, thus giving a brilliant touch
to the whole affair.
The big hall was a maze of lemon
yellow and green, the University
Kllgore, Jo Drlscoll, Meta Cbastaln,,
Verda Coaad, Marie Rambo, Karl
Montgomery, Veva and Dortha Mar
tin, Inez Kilgore, Mildred Burk, Mil
dred Thrasher, Letha Drlscoll, All-
Sl'XDAV AND MONDAY
"o west Yor; max"
A TtuiUItig Wi-xtrrn Sto.-y
A IHk V. Kneria! Ciinirily
JOHSA II. UlHkV Vf""'S
"Is "here fiom Marshfield. Margaret, juents before the ovening was over.
Worden, Claudia Spink, Jo Drlscoll,,'
Ina Graham, Pearl Leavitt, Leatha, Miss Meta Chastaln entertained
Drlscoll, Mr. Hftrdln Carter, Mrs. Miss Marie Rambo at a farewell din
Dan Balding, Verda Cozad, Waive ' ner Sunday. Miss Rambo left Wed
llacohs, Karle Montgomery, Mjjler nesday for Berkeley, California.
VA.A1U9, TC1IIC llUOKldUU, .1119. TUT-. WU'IW 1C .II ."11IW, UlC ' ll , ' J tI. O O A II
est Pell, Mildred Burke, Faye West, of California In order to contlnuj her i ' "
Helen Storey, Geraldine Watt, Vera study rf music. 'aSTRIKAN APPLES
Aso Agency for the biggest and
best Fire and Life Insurance Com
panies In Amerlcp Tho New York
Life, lirttcr Imestlpite tml.iy.
7AMKS M. WATKIXS. JR.
620 Mln St.. with Bodge, The Tailor.
Wood, Margaret Smith, Vera Hon--ton,
Mildred Thrasher, Ida Brown.
Bess Kilgore, Alleen Smith, Mrs. Le
land Haines and Miss Moore Jtmr
Clark, Louis Hoagland, Roderick
Smith, Dr. Hardin Carter. Don New
bury, Jimmie Sheehy, Sam Leanord,
Forest Pell, Slyde Brown, Kenneth
Perry, Dr. Paul Noel, Ivan Houston,
Lloyd Porter, Vera McCIellan, Dick
Slater, Wilbur Telford, Edwin Drls
coll, Austin Case. Dr. b u
carver, Reglnal Voss, Tom Delzell,
Robert Riggs, Wilford Henry, John
The dinner guests were the Misses
Karle Montgomery, Josie Low, Letha ;
Drlscoll, Mildred Thrasher, Feme
Hoagland. Dortha Martin, Veva Mar
nn and Be?s Kilgore.
For sale 11
Conger Avenue. 3-2t'
Your Silent Friends are lnsyde
Tyres. They never put you In the
dust and mud repairing blowouts be
rauie they are guaranteed absolutely
blowout proof. Try them. Smith &.
Taylor 119 N Fourth Street, Klam
ath Falls. Adv.
K MADYPICrlEORU U
ts ft7it rjwry ' "
First I have had 25 years practical experi
ence in fitting and grinding lenses.
Second We use the most modern tools and
machinery and have the best equipped
Optical Store in Southern Oregon.
Third We can refract your eyes and mind
your lenses and adjust them to you the
same day. You don't have to wait.
Fourth If your glasses need adjusting or
you have the misfortune to break them,
we can repair them in a few hours. You
don't have to wait
Fifth We have the latest and most mod
em machinery to refract your eyes for
all kinds of eye trouble. Cross-eyes
"traiehtened by the use of prismatic
Sixth Tf your glasses p-o wrong you know
WW to find tjs. Sixteen year" estab
liFhod business in this city. We are
lookincr for the most difficult cases in
H. J. WINTERS
Graduate and State Registered Optometrist
706 Main St, Klamath Falls, Ore.
READ HERALD AD IT PAYS
Klamath Lodge No. 137
I. O. O. F.
Meets Friday night of each wek at
I. O. 0. F. hall, Sth and Main Btreets.
P. J.Gerges , N. G.; Fred Bremer,
Secretary; P. L. Fountain Treasurer.
Ewauna Encampment No. 40. I. O.
O. F., meets Tuesday night of each1
weok at I. O. O. F. hall. Arlle Wor
rel, C. P.; Nate Otterbeln, Scribe;'
P. L. Fountain Treasurer. '
i &Sk. WmM $& 1
Ki2A wV mw cents
sztfc&ffi3 j! Jwjl a package
"1IUI.DA PROM HOLLAND"
Putin; .Ncuh ItteKt Cu'icnl Ktints.
SCNDAV .NI) MONDAY
"A XIMJ O'CMK K TOWN"
I'Ktlie hn Latest ( uncut I.'oii(n.
litmlHNlon 10 & 15 ttniis MnUnee
2.ii0. Ktepliigs ":)!(! At II.
When you want garbage
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE "
CUKHDA1 AND MAIUItlMVM
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
iu STANDARD i' t"'' '-?rizW
OK KLAMATH KALLH.
County of Klnmiith, Slnto of Oregon. hIkiwIiii: Ihu amount taiuUiiK toll'
credit of every depositor July 1, l'jlti, who Iuih not made a dep wit. or who
lias not withdrawn any part of hln dopoHlt (commercial deposits), prlnclp
or InlercHt, for a period of 'more than seven (7) yearn Imiiif ill.iifly prior"
said date, with thn name, liiHt known plan, of ri'slileiion or po' Ulco addrcsJ
of such depositor, and tho fact of hln death. If known.
Camels are sold every
where in scientifically sealed
packages of 30 cigarettes or
in a glasaine-papercovered
carton. We strongly recom
mend this carton for the
home or office supply or
when you travel.
R. J. Reynold Tobacco Co.
WinttoifSalem, N. C.
CAMELS are in a class by themselves easily the
most refreshing, the mos likable cigarette you
ever smoked. You can prove that 1 Simply compare
Camels puff-by-puff with any cigarette in the world at
any price I Put quality, flavor and cigarette satis
faction to the utmost test I
Made to meet your taste, Camels never tire it, no matter how
liberally you smoke them ! The expert blend of choice Turkish
and choice Domestic tobaccos makes Camels delightful so full
bodied, yet so fascinatingly smooth and mellow-mild. Every
time you light one you get new and keener enjoyment 1
Freedom from any unpleasant cigaretty after taste or any
unpleasant cigaretty odor makes Camels as unusual as they are
In fact, Camels appeal to the most fastidious smoker in" so
many new ways you never will miss tho absence of coupons,
premiums or gifts. You'll prefer Camel Quality
O in One &f
Tlic U'adinu IValurrs of tin- I.ul
intf M.ttMnptall hjrniotiiou.ly torn-Mncilinrfuel.aii'lMinifNiwTrouM.-1
nc Writing Mkrlrine of tli'- lr,t
, 'Jujllty In which you will f.ntl
ur own favorite fetture ol o.ir
own favorite typewriter, uiiil tin'
Improved Stinplified Modernized
Simple Artlfllc DiimIjIp i:flirl
int Standard 42 Key SlnAlo
Shift lull lli'.irlnft Unlet -Vl.
IMc Soft Touch Light Action.
In' the Woo'datock
You Will Find
Hvery tlmr-tcbUd wofUi-wMMiiuufV
whit It you like In the intttliliic you re
uhi1 to am you will oImi find the
luvonm u'aiurMi 01 iub otiirrriaimarti
nukt whlcli you with your mmliint
Imo4, Yet In the Wufidatutk you will
find thin afitrtritutlun of hlili (iolnt (
ffiiiurrainuili Improved ndtlmpll
hed, to fit the touch, the jh rton, the
infKxJ, In a way that no other tyfK-writer
dot it ( rhe bit oprratorti say thU).
Only a flotf-up view, an actual tourli
und trial of thli txirllent typewriter
f ha convince.
Invettltfate by nil meant We tire 4"fft
at your ervlcc. Iet uhow you how nlA
ey it u to try one; to own one, -w
Woodstock Typewriter Company,
I H. J. WINTERS
i JKWKMSIt ANI OI'XIOIAN
700 Main Ht. Phono 1 lliW
Iti'Hldciici) or 1'. O AililreHH
Klaiimth KnllM, Or.i'KOii
Kails, Ori'Kon -
Kails, Ori'Kon -Kails,
Mi:i)ICINK AND SUItOKItV
20C I. O. O. P. Uldg.
Nnnio of IVimsltur
Ilanin, Mrs. Virnon . . .
IlrookfluM, ..I W
Coiiolaml, C. (i ,,
Crane, Jas. A Klamath
Cravims, I. .1 Klamath
Ciiniilngliaiii, .1. J Klamath
Doming, C. 12 Klitimith
Diunh, Voinon Klamath
Kaitmirs Imp. & Sup, Co( Klamath
Gordon, W. E Klamath
Hornon, C. 8 Klamnth
LowIh, A. O Klamath
Madison, Chns Klamath
Mardls, Dr. 13. A Klamath
Mcyor, R. C Klamath
Oregon Woolen Mills Klamath
Owon, I). It Klamath
Owens, Mrs. Draco Klamath Knlls, Oregon
Handles, S. S Klamath Kalis, Oregon
Rhodes, W. P. ,..'. Klamath Falls, Oregon
Itoss, John W Klamath Falls, Oregon
Koth, K. L Klamath Falls, Oregon
Socor, A. M .' Klamath Falls, Oregon
Simpson, I. W. Klamath Palls, Oregon
Stato of Oregon,
county of Kiamatn, hs:
I, K, It. Iteames, holng first duly sworn
T ntn flwi Trnal1fitit nf Mm ltrof Mntlnnnl Tlnnlr
. . . . ...... mil. true. '
Kiamatn, Htato 01 uregon; that tno roregoing stnioinoni m incal
reel and compioto statement, snowing tno namo, last. u - .jitcl
postollloo address, fact of doath, If known, nnd tho nmoiint lo t A
.. .. .. . 1 I O nt t II 0 ue I
oacn (lopoaitor as required by tnu provisions or unapivr i " Qregta
Laws of Oregon, 1807, and Chapter 114, of tho General Iwa
auoscriucu nnu sworn to nororo mo tins 7tn day 01 aiik'"".
liBSMR nOdBKS, Notary Puhllo for Ores"
(My commission expires Junu 10, 1023)
, depose and say upon ob"., j
ank of Klamath I alia, - j