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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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JoNO TIIH PKOPLM OK THIS CITY AND VICINITY.
SoiNClB AND COMINGS OF LOCAL FOLKS.
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it ire in tho city from .lend,
It. J. Hponcor arrived IiihI iiIrIiI
from Han Francisco, for a fow days
Wnlti-r Keck of Poo Valley, In In
town today purclfuslug supplies for
W. E. I.nmm, of tho I.iinitii hum
bur company, Ik In town from Modoc
Point on business.
J. Frnnk cumn down from Chllo
(iu I n nnd In stopping In Klnmatli Fulls
over the wook end.
Prod Kongo)! drovo n largo band of
cnttlo thru KlumiiUi Falls yesterday
on IiIh way to Midland, from which
point thoy woro to ho shipped to vnrl
our in out compnnlos.
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QUEEN QUALITY SHOES
I The famous snoe ior wwuch. Avuowi.uV !...
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713 Main Street
"THE PICK OF TIIK PICTURES"
H. W. Poole, Owner
Matinee Every Day
"PITFALLS OF A BIG CITY"
"THE MILK FED VAMP"
"THE MANTLE OF CHARITY"
Coming Sunday The Big Special
"THE TURN OF THE ROAD"
DOORS OPEN AT 7 P .M.
HiMtroo Dlolin left on tho morning
tiuln for Hnn FrunclHco, whero ho ox
peels to spend tho wlntor.
Ii. K. lllglowu drovo ovor from
Mod ford yesterday for r short busl
ncHH trip In Klamath county. j
K. It. Reams, president of tho First
National Hank, loft thin morning for
IiIh homo at Mountain Vlow, Califor
Edward honoris, of Camas, Wash
ington arrived In tho city yesterday
nnd Ik stopping hero ovor tho week
Mr. and Mrs, A. Dorlio and daugh-'
tor. IlcailtV. left thin mnrnlnir fnr
Murshfloltl to mnko their future
Mrs. Cora Sanderson, who has been
hero looking after buslnosn matters
for the past week, left this morning
Robert K, Htrahorn Is spending a
fow days In town on business connect
ed with his railroad which Is being
lullt In UiIh section.
Mrs. Jcnnlo Dlbblo returned to her
homo In California this morning after
a visit of several weeks with Mrs. Ivy
Morris, of this city.
Mrs. II. II. McLaln and children
loft this morning Tor Coqulllc, Ore
gon, whero they will visit Mrs. Mc
I.aln's sister, Mrs. C. E. Mulkoy.
MI.hs Dorothy Conger, accompanied
by her mother and brothor, Ted Con
ger, drovo In from their summer
homo on Recreation Creek yesterday.
Mies Mary Dunigon, Who has been
on n vucatlon trip to Portland and
Bend, has returned and is once more
on duty at tho Blackburn hospital.
Mrs. Etta Kllgore, who was rushed
In from her homo at Uonanza in a
precarious condition, Sunday, Is
much better today. She will be tuken
i home Saturday If sho continues to
Carl Dlcrnian, who has beev em
ployed by tho Western Transfer Co.,
for some time, loft this morning for
i San Franclhco, where he expects to
spend suernl months.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence K. Phelps. 'I
I left on the train this morning for
Oakland, California, where they will j
VIHll 1IICUI1B Win iwvv.
next two or three weks.
One lady remarked, "I have lived in Klamath Falls for 14
years and this is the first time I have ever received any advan
tage by paying cash for goods. I surely shall do my trading
If you buy goods worth 25c to 35c, you will save lc.
If you buy goods worth 40c to 55c, you will save 2c
If you buy goods worth 60c to 70c, you will save 3c
If you buy goods worth 80c to 90c, you will save 4c
If you buy goods worth $1.00, you will save 5c
It is a small thing in itself, but multiply the amount you
are paying for your groceries each month by five and the sum
you will save will surprise you. We have just received a ship
ment of choice Cane and Maple Syrup in pint and quart cans,'
priced at 50c to 75c the can. Dried Fruits will be high this fall,
but we have a supply of
KING'S DEHYDRATED FRUIT
in packages that we bought early and are offering at 25c the pack
age. This is a big saving in this line.
All standard brands at 55c the pound and a good quality
bulk coffee at 35c saves you money and will give satisfaction.
We are selling CRISCO at less than the wholesale price to
day, 33 l-3c the pound. This is the best and cheapest shortening
on the market today.
TWENTY-ONK PUPILS ATTEND
Twenty-one pupils are attending
tho dancing classes being conducted
at tho Mooso hull by Prof. L. A.
Hepburn on Monday, Friday and
Classes will bo discontinued at
tho White Pelican hotel and all fu
ture classes conducted by tho danc
ing master will be at the Mooso
hall on tho abovo named evenings,
tonight's Clara will start at 8 o'clock
and instruction will bo given on tho
waltz and fox trot.
Good 5 passenger Overland fully
equipped. Price ?C00.OO. Seo Bill Lee.
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GOOD FOR ANY
Head of the Family
Wild Root Hair Tonic, two sizes 60c and $1.00
Rexall "93" Hair Tonic, two sizes 60c and $1.20
Dike's Quinine and Sage, two sizes 50c and $1.00
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur, two sizes 75c and $1.25
Puroer Hair Tonic S1-00
Our Own Hair Tonic .'. 75c
Hall's Hair Renewer ,... $L20
Q Ban Hair Tonic :. 60c
Penaurd's Eau Quinine $1-00
Danderine .... 35c, 60c, $1.25
Plus War tax.
You Ever See a Bald-Headed Indian?
Daniels Lauds Canadi
ans in a Fine Address
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that a certain policy ho had proposed
was "impossible." Mr. Cobdon replied
"If that is true we shall begin at
once for we haVe much to do."
Era of Prosperity
Americans and Canadians know
they have only touched the resources
of their countries. The same devo
tion to tho common objects of vic
tory in peace that was dominant In
war will bring new and larger pros
perity than we have known.
The first step to national develop
ment Is to cure International peace
and to remove tho fear that hangs
over small nations. It is a glory
of tho English Bpeaklng nations that,
thoy were qulto as whole-heartedly
united in Paris to draft a League of
Nations to garner tho fruits of war
as they were to win tho peace which
only internal vigilance will preserve. I
America and Great Britain, France.'
Italy and other free nations which
were united In war are united in
Tho world looks to them to mob
ilize to peuco as they mobilized for
war. Thoy have taken the first step,
who will take tho necessary steps
until unborn conditions will point
to the establishment of tho Leaguoj
of Nations as the greatest event in
history slnco tho wise men of tho
East saw tho star at Bethlehem?
WTLIi ATTEND SESSION.
Mrs. R. E. Wattenburg, who was
chosen as the Rebeckah delegate from
the state of Oregon to attend the Ses
sion of the Sovereign Lodge of the
Odd Fellows, to be held in Baltimore,
Maryland on September 15th, left
this week on her eastern journey.
Mrs. Wattenburg is a woman who
has done a great deal for club life
and philanthropic work in Klamath
Falls during her residence here. She
has held important offices in all the
Improvement clubs and uplife societ
ies, formed by the women of the community.
It has been suggested that after
you've made a batch of homebrewed
booze according to a selected recipe
you should pour some of the decoc
tion in the sink and if it doesn't take
the enamel off It's fit to drink.
MANY ENJOY HEAR MEAT.
The neighbors of Mrs. Carlyle Ya
den have, for the past week, been
feasting upon the meat of a. big
black bear, killed by the young
woman while camping at Duck lake.
It all happened this way: Mr.
Yaden was away from camp in
search of his horses, that had
strayed during the night. Upon his
return what should he find in front
of the tent but a big black bear,
which had been killed by his wife
during his absence. It is reported
that the first remark to leave Mr.
Yaden's lips was, "Are you sure that
he is dead?"
Weduexday & Buitnrday
Fopoiar Jazz Orchestra
"HIS PAIUSIAN WIFE"
Five Acts of Screen Vaudeville
A Burton Travelogue.
S. D. A. ANNOUNCEMENT.
The Seventh Day Adventlst Meet
ings Saturday Sabbath School, 10 a.
m. Preaching services 11 a. m.
Y. P. M. V. S. Saturday at 3. p. m.
Preaching every evening except Sat
urday at 8 p. m. at tho Orpheus theu
tre. By request Pastor Theumler will
answer the question, "Why am I a
Seventh Day Adventlst."
ACADEMY WILL RECEIVE PUPILS
Until the capacity of tho school Is
reached, day pupils will bo received I
at the Sacred Heart Academy, whore
tho most careful attention will be giv
en, to tho thorough training of your
child. Full particulars may be secur
ed by calling at tho Convent, Soventh
and Pine streets or at the Academy.
For the presont wo nro unable to ac
commodate any more boarders, hut
applications will bo recolvod and in
cose there is a vacancy It will bo
filled from the list of applicants In
the order in which they nro filed..
0-tf ' Sacred Heart Academy.
(Equity No. 1096.)
In Tho Circuit Court of tho State of
Oregon, For Klamath County.
J. T. Perkins, Plaintiff,
Tommlo Luella Perkins, Defendant.
To To mm I o Luella Perkins, Defend
ant. IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
OF OREGON; You the hereby requir
ed to Appear and answer the com
plaint filed against you in the above
entitled suit, on or before October
24th, 1919, that being the last day of
the time prescribed in the order ior
publication of this summons, the date
of first publication hereof, belli e
September 12th, 1919; and If you fail
to so answer, for want thereof, plain
tiff will apply to the above entitled
Court for decree against you, dissolv
ing tho bonds of matrimony now ex
isting between you and the plaintiff
This summons is served by publica
tion in the Evening Herald, a daily
newspaper, printed, published and, of
general circulation in Klamath Coun
ty, Oregon, by order of tho Hon. D. V.
Kuykendall, Judge of tho above en
titled court, made and entered on
September 11th, 1919, whlph orders
requires that this summons be pub
lished once a week for six weeks.
II. C. GROESBECK,
Attorney for Plaintiff
Address: Klamath FaHs, Ore.
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