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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 22, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
A'INT MAD AT NOBODY
..nnand HHHo" In In tho city from
.... checkoff from Malln I In tho
n.rt Wllhrow nnd Don Ziimwnlt
. back from ft wt-uK "
... nt HllltlO Illdgo Ih niov-
I. . Ji. mmllv to tho Robert homo
l,t th nn.l Joffowm Htroot.
. .. ti.Aiiiirrn who owns u largo
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.... im iiiii'iuiii nnd son. George.
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left this morning rr sun i nim-u.. ...
Inhere tbey win visit ior u ia wuu.m
tf.jir niclil'H train illil not nr-
Irlte until H &. l" ,l imrl,nl
derailment of tin- tender nonr Wood.
. r K'llnL'imhorc of thu Din
I-..I. i.nmlmr I'll. IH IllOVllIK hlH
Ilimlly to tho Sulllvnn homo ut 11 IT.
Crescent Avonuo. '
. .,,., Qi!iurvl(ir nf Crater
i.v0 park, passed through tho city
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Ion his way 1 wouioni wmim "
reside during tho winter months.
n.t...i i nu'iu. ulin linn bnn 'u tho
city looking after business Interests
bas sold hi rnncli in .mum auiihio.i
to Charles Lewis of Lost lllvor.
rh.ripn Lewis und family expect to
reside on tholr now holdings.
tvo rrodinir nf Pine Rtroot is rnp-
ldlr nearlng completion and will
probably bo finished this wook. when
liock and hot stun win no spread
lnk in ihn ninvnnlonrfl and Hlltls-
Iftctlon of the property owners re
IrldlDg on title thoroughfare.
If an hour's rending makes
your eyes sclio. If prlntod
matter occasionally gets "mls
ty." If you tiro obliged to
stop work periodically to rest
your c)cs for a fou mnmentH.
If you flml it easier to rend
nearer or further nwny thilji
the normal twelve to fourteen
Inches then somothlug Is
If you cannot rccognlzo poo
Pie bcioes the street. If you
have to make an effort to boo
clearly knitting tho brows.
for example. If strong light
rires you pain In tho oyos, or
If jou rc(iiiro more light tlun
hitherto your eyes need at
tention. II you have nny of thoao dif
ficulties call and lot iib find
out, definitely, just what tho
We grind our own louses.
H. J. WINTERS
Jeweler nnd Optician
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JP REG.SmlcDIN. T S PAT rF ,B06 T BY " V PR'CE C-
Have your next suit and overcoat made by
t agents for Ed: V. Price and The Royal Tailors.
' We "will give you everything you desire in
finely tailored, stylish suit or overcoat
.8888. K. K. K. STORE
ED. V. PRICE
Mrs. Nollls Cllno nnd Hlstor, MIkb
Iliir.ol Mnoro, loft this morning for
CornnliiKi California, where thoy will'
Kpond tho winter.
Mrs, .Too Mooro Iiiih Just received
word thut hnr daughter, Mrs. Kny'
Court Ih III in Kloti HoHpltuI In Bun I
KrnnclHCo whoro she was oporntod on
for nppondlcltffi a few lnyn ago. I
.1. II. Wltliain.of I,oh Angolos Iiiih'
Hold ii houmj and two lota on Harrow
Avenue to Aiinit II. Mooro. Mr. Wit-1
liiiiu will luuve tomorrow for Ills
Kuy Tnlhoti who purrhiiHod the
hum belonging to MrH, Eliza Mariilo
at First and Main utrootH, Ih havliif;
It wrecked nnd will remove tho liun
hor to hit ranch which ho recently
bought on the Lnkovlow road nnd
will convert It Into lambing HhedB.
SUNDAY SCHOOL .
Tbo Klamnth county school of
Hundny school methods will bo held
at the Methodist church next week.
The first session will open at 7:30
o'clock Monday evening, October 27.
Tho school will continue Tuesday
nnd Wednesday, both afternoon and
Local church people hope to de
rive great benefit from tho experi
ence and ndvlco of tho export work
ers who will speak at tho school of
mtlio(ls and urge that tho dates bo
remembered, October 27, 28 and 2!t.
7:30 Song service. Miss Augusta
l'arkor, loader; Miss Fay Slack,
Special Music Mrs. Holloway.
Introduction of visiting toam of
Sunday school workers.
"A Church Goal" Miss Oeorgia
Parker, Kov. John W. Hoyt and
Harold V, Humbert.
Many pooplo, especially those living in tho country,
realize tho need of and are ready to purchase a musical
nbtrumont. but have boon putting it off on the plea of
boing too busy ut present.
Get your instrument now whllo tho weather is good
and whllo wo have such a good stock of Pianos, Players
and Vlctrolas to chooso from.
Wiso buyers will not fall to look over our stock.
EARL SHEPHERD CO.
Kvcluslvely tlio One Hiisincss
Between nth and Oth .Streets
Exclusive Agents for
& CO. and THE ROYAL
2:00 Devotional sorvlco; Hoverend
Aaron Wolfe, i
2:ir Symposium, "Training In
Chllilron MIhh Oeorgia I'urkor.
Voting People Harold V. Hum
bert. Men and Women John W. Hoyt.
3:10 Address, "The Tonehor'a
Challenge" W. S. Slough.
!:10 Dovotlonal Clusses:
(1) Worship for children's divi
sion, MIbs Oeorgia Parker.
(a) Tho Beginner's Department.
(b) Tho Primary Department.
(c) The Junior Department.
121 Youth n nil the Church Srhnnl
iiutuiu r . iiuiiiuun.
(a) Tho Young People's Division
of tho "Sunday School.
(3) Tho Adult DIvlBlon Program
John W. Hoyt.
(a) The Organized Clnss.
(b) Parent Training.
Tuesday Young People's Evening
7:30 Seng service: Miss Augusta
Parker, leader; Mlss Alma Law
Paper, "Tho Kind of Sunday'
School I Like" Wendell Smith I
Paper, "Tho Kind of Teacher I
Like" Dorothy Miller.
Flute and Piano Duet Dr. and
Vocal Solo Miss Augusta Parke
Address, "Follow tho Gleam"
Harold F. Humbert.
2:00 Devotional servcio; Reverend
2:20 "Tho Pin Cushion Illack-
Board" John W. Hoyt.
2:50 "The Sand Table" Miss
3:30 "Tho Art of Story Telling"
Harold F. Humbert
4:00 What Next?
4:15 Class Sessions
(1) Equipment for Work With
Children Miss Georgia' Par
K. K. K. Store,
a perfect fitting,
(2) Making tho Bible Vital to
Young Peoplo" Harold F.
(3) The Adult Class In Session
y John W. Hoyt.
Wednesday K veiling
Song sorvlco, by a member of tho
visiting team; Mrs. J. Beckley, pian
ist. Violin nnd Piano Duet Catherine
nnd Beatrice Walton.
Vocal Duet Mrs. Beckley and
Address with moving pictures,
"Thoy Shall Not Perish" J. J.
Best yet. Herald Want Ads.
October 25, 1919
to commemorate the founding
of Malln Settlement. Able men
will give speeches on the prog
ress made since the founding
Everyone cordially invited.
Dobry orchestra will furnish
V. J. SPOLEK,
.TOF. Km -ra,
hair or we
Wildroot is a guaranteed preparation
which goes right at the hidden cause of
coming baldness the scaly, itchy crust of
dandruff. Wildroot removes this crust
allows nature to produce the thick lust
rous hair normal to any healthy scalp.
THE GUARANTEED HAIR TONIC
For sale here under a
STAR DRUG CO.
YVil!root Shampoo Poop, nwd In connection
with Wildroot, iU hawtun tin 1 1 eatiuer.t.
TEACH YOUR CHILD
THE LESSON OF
The earlier your child is taught
tho value of a clean mouth and
sound teeth tho healthier
and happier he will be in fu
ture years. Wo have a nice
and all the, advertised Denti
frices and Mouth Washes twlth
which the lesson can bo best
VlV KLAMATH FALLS OREOOM Tn7?W I
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PKOPLK'S MAItKKT IH
JMPllOVING TIIK SHOP
"Look out for tho paint," the Peo
ple's meat market warns patrons in
neatly lettered signs, whfch, read
between the lines, also say to look
out for further improvements in
this progressive business house.
A generous application of white
paint has made a good start in reno
vation, including tho installation of
showcases and counters.
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the Grocery Man with Snow Flakes
Thousands of children are happier and healthier
because they can have all the Snow Flakes they
need 'tween meals. And what better than these
crisp, satisfying, salty crackers? Your grocer
Don't Ak for Cracker gay Snow Hakes '
Pacific Coast Biscuit Co,
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1919
Wo will sell nt Public Auction on the F. L-. Papo Roach, 1& Mile
East of Merrill
1 team brown mares, 7 yrs, weight 2600; 1 team bay mares, 9 yrs.,
weight 2450; 1 black horse, 10 yrs. old, weight 1250; 1 bay horse,
7 yrs. old, weight 1100; 5 good milch cows and calves, 1 good heifer
calf, 1 ewe lamb, 7 head hogs weighing about 150 lbs. each, 1 brood
sow and 6 pigs, 3 doz. chickens and some pullets ;,1 Fordson tractor,
cab, fenders, extension wheels and power lift plow; 1 new Ken
tucky 14 disc drill with seeder, 1 new three-section harrow and
harrow cart, 1 16-in. sulky plow, 1 new John Deere mower, 1 Mc
cormick mower, about 70 tons of alfalfa hay, 1 new grindstone, 1
3 -in'. Mitchell wagon and 2 hay frames, 3 good sets of harness,
1 15-in. swell fork saddle and bridle, 1 DeLavel cream separator
used about three months, h'oushold furniture, etc.
' FREE IAINCH AT NOON
TERMS OF SALE All sums under f 20.00 cash. All sums over
$20.00 a credit of 12months will be given at 8"per cent interest.
Bankable note required before property is removed. 5 per cent dis
count for cash.
MERRILL & MOORE, Auctioneers.
VOCHATZER HROTHERS. Owners.
I'll Tell the World
We're on Our Way
To the Diamond Tire & .Vulvanizing Co. to
get an outfit of tires that can be depended
uponto carry us-right. With a 6,000 mile
guarantee on the Diamond Squeegee Fab
ric Tires and an 8,000 mile guarantee on
the Diamond Cords, you can't do better'
than to put the Diamond slippers on the
good old caY and go on your way in peace
and confidence, and that's what we are go
ing to do right now. v
I'll Say We Are
That's No Dream
Diamond Tire & VulcanizingCo.
MARPLE & SMITH, Proprietors
120 S. Main St. Phone 167
St. Paul's Guild (Episcopal) will
hold Its regular meeting Thursday,
October 23, at 2:30 with Mrs. C. J.
Martin, 218 High strreet. Any la
dles who aro interested arc cordially
invited to attend these meetings.
B. V, Gregory came in last night
from Malin, where ho has a large
ranch. Mr. Gregory has leased his
ranch and expects to make Klamath.
Falls his home for the .future.
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