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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 27, 1919)
On Tuesday evening Mr and Mr
Don Holding, who hove recently
come to mnko Klamath Falls their
home, ontortalnod at Five hundred
for a. number of tho .vounger t
here. A Jolly evening was passed1
during which a delightful little lun-u0u honoring Miss Marjory Uelzoll
chcon was served by the hostess ' nln Miss Maybellc l.eavltt, who left
Tho guests were Mr. and Mrs this week for tho I'nlveislty of Ore
Clifford Sevits, Mr and Mrs Forest !g0n. v
Poll, Miss Fayo West and William j Thoso present were Miss Mabel
Gnnong. i Mcars. Miss Pearl Loavitt, Miss Mav
J belle I.envltt. Miss Marjory Dolzell,
Miss Fay West was hostess at aland Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Worden.
dinner Tuesday evening, which was
in farewell to Miss Marjory Delzelli Tho 1. K O Society had a get to-
and'MIss Clara Calkins. After thoj
dinner other guests were asked for;
a live party at tho Star theatre
The W O Smith home on Conger1 stars Raines were p!aed for a part
Avenue Wednesdav night, was tl'0f the evening, aftor which lunch
scene of a delightful birthdiv pnitVWaq served. Mr. A. M. Collier then
In honor of Miss Margaret Hargus entertained with a first class moving
daughter of Mrs. Smith. picture show, which was great! v en
Tho young ladles who were tlie'jo.ved.
guests of M'.'s Hargus spent the
evening dancing and playing games
after which daintv refreshments
were served. Those present were
Kathorine I'lrieh. Eli7.iboth Minn-
ing, Frances McLain, Sybil Bnmber.
Beatrice AValton, Marion Wortlev
Lena and Letha Miller.
A pleasant surprise was in store
for Hnrrv Thrasher Wedensdav, up
on h's arrival home n'ter work, t'iej
occasion of the surprise being h'' I
Those who assisted Mrs Thn' - I
in surprising her husband were Mr
and Mrs. O. N. Thrasher, James
Thrasher. Al Walker and C. A.
Tuesday Mis Waive Jacobs tool
advantage of the lovely weather an-'
urged by the nearness of the closine
date of Crater Lake National Park,
started by car with a party of friends
on a picnic trip to the rim. The day
5n New York City alone from kid
ney trouble last year. Don't allow
yourself to become a victim' by
neglecting pains and aches. Guard
against this trouble by taking
Tfc world's standard remedy for kidney,
Hrer, bladder and uric acid troubles.
Holland's national remedy since 1695.
.AH druggists, three sizes. Guaranteed.
Leek for tbe name CoU Medal on every bea
aad accept no UiKetfcie)
A -brush that sheds Is dear at
any price. If you are looking
ifo'r the non'shed sort thon
'don't fall to see the brushes
now on display at our stoio.
They embody tho finest mate
rials and bebt of woikmhiibhlp.
The stock is so complete
that every individual
taste may be satisfied
Prices $1.00 to $7.00
ws ru-AriAin talls uKtuurt tnif
IK..CTV) BUY TntlH 0HU05 CSfifen
W' KLAMATH FALLS OREGON Tn? 1
was perfect anil the. party report u
Thoso who onjoyed Mlsa Jacobs
hospitality were- Jlr. anil Mrs S O.
Dearlng, Mrs. Alice Hell and Harry
Mr. anil Mrs. A. M. Wotilen ontcr
tallied at a delightful dinner and
evening In their homo on Wnshlng
ton streot the first of the week The
nffatr was in the nature of a faro
gether party last Tuesday evening at
the Sid Kvan'.s homo on Ninth Street.
The home was beautifully decorated
with autumn leaves, flowers and
Those present were- Mr and Mrs
Oroesbeck, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Coll
ior, Dr and Mrs Johnson, Mr. and
Mrs. Sid Evans, Miss Vera Houston,
jrs Collier's sister, Miss Porter,
Johnnie Houston and Mr Portdr.
TO Till S
BRUSSELS, Sept. 2C. The time
of reckoning for German criminals is
approaching. Tl'e Belfan Depart
ment of Justice Is hastening work on
the llst'of enemy subjects accused of
violations of the laws of war and of
international law. The treaty of Ver
sailles give to Belgium tho right to
demand the extradition of thes per
sons but it must be done within one
I n.onth after ratification.
The preparation of the list of per
sons to be extradited is a delicate
task. The documentary evidence is
necessarily incomplete as to f '
Identity of particular persons. Many
crimes were committed by troops
rnd tho individual authors in num
erous cases were unidentified o'
t pir chipf unknown. However, the
treaty allows considerable leevVav
in that it permits extradition by de
signating guilty ones by their titles
or employment. Judges have been
making inquiries and a commission,
instituted by royal decree on Febru
ary 15, 1919, is continuing its in
vestigation of all infractions commit
ted by Germans. Instruction have
Just been given to hasten the work.
f f ft '1 fll lli-
For the Best in Eats Just
Follow the Crowd, and You
Are Sure to Eat at
THE JEWEL CAFE
Jesse Bailey, Prop.
Phone 185 610 Main St.
THE EVENING HERALD,
GOOD ORDER; AT A BARGAIN
115 IS 1
LONDON'. Sept 2( Hrltls'i Indus
trial Interests view with alarm the
gaining of a foothold by Ainoilcin
exporters In the coal market of
Franco and Denmark Inilustilal
disputes In (ireat Britain huo given
American dealers a nopportunlty to
obtain huge orders In quarters for
merly supplied exclusively by South
American dealers are said to lime
contracted for tho delivery of over
100,000 tons of coal In Franco and
negotiations are now under way for
an additional half-million tons. One
or two cargoes of American eo-il al
ready have boon laid down in Hen
mnik as sample shipments, orders
foi which wore placed livt March
during the strike In Kngl.ind, It $
stated. Tho prlco was said to W
$2 T0 per ton lower th'ii tho Ihig
lish price at that time.
Tho iron and steel industries of
England alo are said to feel the'
outlook Is not very hopeful hermit"
of opportunities afforded American
competitors through tho curtailed
English coal production
NOBODY CA.V TIMJj Wllti.V YOU
D.Itki:.Y GKAY. KADKI) IIAIK
WITH SAGIC TKA
Grandmother kept her hair beauti
fully daikencd, glossy and attractive
with a brew of Sage Tea and Sulphur
U'honever her hair took on that dull,
faded or streaked appearance, this
simple mixture was applied with won
derful eflect Itv asking at any drupJ
-tore for "Wyeth's Sago. and Sulphur
Compound,' jr,u will get a large bot
tle of this old-time recipe, Improved
by the addition of other Ingredients
all ready to use, for about BO cents
This simple mixture ran be depended
upon to restore natural color and
beauty to the hair.
A well known downtown druggist
says everybody uses Wyeths Sage and
Sulphur Compound now because It
darkens so naturally and evenly that
nobody can tell It has been applied
ll'c so easy to use, too. You simply
dampen a comb or soft brush and
draw It through your hair, taking one
strand at a time. By rdorning the
gray hair disappears; after another
application or two, it is restored to Us
natural color and looks glossy, soft
Let us make
The price is right
KLAMAf M FALLS, OREGON
PAH IS, Sept 27.--A truck dilvori
was unlnidlng a load of Mucks nt
a i('"t .iiriiut In one of tho boulevards
when one of them burst and ttii con-
tents vveio spread over tho sidewalk.'
A crowd gathered. One of the joung
men wet his flngor and taste' tho
"Oi-eat heavens," ho replied, "It
in sugar "
Then the pillage began. Newspa-i
ors, luudkci chiefs mid vvniutoii'ti
handbags solved as receptacles for
tlie precious dainty. In u few min
utes there remained of that bag of
sugar nothing but a whlto spot on
tin sidewalk mound which cong-eg
mv 1136 Main St
.1. C. CM.GHOHV
Civil Engineer anil Mirvejor
Office 517 Main St.
Phone, Office. KM). Ken. 1IIU.M.
nior sui:y and mhhh.k
ritinrt Order Mi'iil wri",l.
7'2 Main .sireet
KIAMATII I'AI.In. OKK.
My business is making your
homes bright and prosperous
by Painting, Kalsomlning and
Satisfaction my guarantee.
W. E. KANDY
17 Main St, Phono 103W
SAW MILL ENGINEERING A
Designer and builders of mod
ern Huw Mills, Plunliig Mills, linx
Plants. Complete plants lontrart
el. Appraisals and reports made.
Dredging. W contract to build
any class of u building and Install
machinery of any kind.
Drafting of any kind done. Blue
PrlntK inndc. PHONE Ml) J
Olllco in K. D. llulldiug
1122 Muin St.
O. K. Lunch
Formerly at 45 Main St.
IIouie-Made Pies nnd Cakes.
Cold Meats & Lunch Ooods.
lie Cream and Fruits.
W handle tho Hurley-Davidson
fotor(lycles and Blcvc'los Kxclua
'velv Also buy, boII ond oxchnnge
nil other Makes. PennBylvnnla
and D'nmond Tires and Tuboa.
r. e. niSMAitic
1 IS S. Oth St. ICIaniatli Falls
Wo Do All Kinds of Spring Repair
ing -New Ones Mndo to Order
Axle Straightening and
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Phono 250-Y 017 Klamath Ave.
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bums iam i in it u
i in e Train mnatiniifiiit itt nii-iiii rlffc fciwiMi rmlrnwirtMM ntrnm m-m. -i
PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY
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up your pool car Murphey's Feed-& Seed Stor
- Howie Garage
utod little dogs J
Everyone Ik nllowod two poitmli,
of Hiigar per mouth In Franco upoii
ptoductlou of IiIh Hiigar card, TIkii
loirospondont Iiiih product d lit caul
about u rinrnti t linos since the begin
ning of tho month hut ho hut not
vet been uhlo to obtain Ills Align it
in:i(i iti:i)i: in
WITH Till: AMEltlCAN I'OHCPS
IN CKiUMANY, Sept. 117. Offli-n-
for tho new (lormmi army porinlttol
under tonus of tho poaco treaty nro
to be chosen by selection of the f'tr
est, and the (ionium war uilnlHtry
has already taken tho llrsl step In'
the selective process. Tlicie nro CO,-'
000 officers still, In tho service mid
us the number must bo roduu'd i.
1 imio by March .11, 1!I20. u Inrgo
field of cholco Is available. ,
K. F., Bend Stage
TIIK 1'lItmiA.N HKAUTY SHOP ,
racial .MassMnln, Itlenchlng mid
r.ll Mnln Phono 11(1(1
'ITY AMI (OI'NTl AIISTKAOI
AKTIIUIt It. WILSON
You Had Better Order
Your Winter Wood now
Double Loud lllnrks 97.00
Green Slab, Pine $iJ..10
Green Slab, Kir $4.."0
W. E. SEEHORN CO.
022 Main St. Phone 72
Vochatzer Droe. & Klabzuba
McDonald Peel Room
Klamath Falls, Oregon
Let your Glass Troubles bo My
Rcglazlng dono In any part
of tho city
E. C BTUCKY.
Carpenter & Cabinetmaker
Phono 477W 1024 Main.
FOR A.NV KIND OF FURNITURE
At No, 10 Main KtraCt.
TRV ME PnONE 178-J
Now Open for
Mrs. Rosn McDiiuicls,
301 High St. Phone 455
Loom Is Rldg., Klnmath Fulls
126 South Sixth St
Oold !"i. it l(
"riin.l Hum,.., Un ns '
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Morrlmntn lunch mTTT"
P. m. Crater Cf0 7th at ,0
MRS. L. B. HAGUE
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Typewrit ir maol.tne, b0Brtt W
Hal rates to mutlrnla. tT"
writing supplies mul 8tntl::
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H. .. ICAM1IO
I. O. O. r. ,(,1:
DR. R. B. CRAVER
Medicine and Surgery
Olllco over Underwoods
7th nnd Main
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Dr. E. G. VVisccarver
Dr. P. M. Noel
Seventh and Main Htrretx
Olllco Phono 385 lies. 435
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
PhvNlcliin nnd Httrgcon
Klamath Kails 0re6on
H. C. SCHLEEF
I'bjslilMiiH iind SurKOOM
Office, White llldg.
MEDiaNE AND SUBOEBI
206 Ii O. O; F. Dldg.
"dr. g. a. mXssey
Successor to Dr. Tnw
Suit 200, I. O. O. P. BW
Olllce plume 80.1
Res Phone wmi
nR. A. A. SOULE
Study Anatomy and Surgery.
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