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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 26, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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Geno Wllkerson of I-orella l In
tho city on husltiWH.
Otto Klum loft on this morning'
Irnln for Ashland on iu.it tors of busi
ness. ll.i roUl Murr)man left tills morn
ing for Snn Francisco on a short
I). O. Schnlttor toft this morning
on the train for Dunsmtiir on luisl
ness. J. 1 Rilclirist left thli mornlnR
for Uerkeley. after . abort Walt hero
Mrs. Charles Drew anil children
nro In tlio city today tram tliulr
Pat Parker Is In the city from h'
rench near Illy.
J. Frank Atlams anil son. Will, are
in tho city for a few days from tholr
ranch near Merrill.
J. Ullilerhick and son, A lllliler
liiek. left on thi3 morning's train for
their homo In Ashland.
Hen Uay, who has spoilt several
months in Klamath Falls, left this
morning for Word en.
Joseph Kent left for S.m Francis
cc on this morning's train after
spending several days In this city.
J. A. Anderson, who has been here
for a short time left for Weed this
Mr. and Mrs. Silas Obcnchaln loft
oa this morning's train for Central
I oint to spend Thanksgiving with
Mr. Obenchaln's mother, Nancy
Mrs. S. C. Hayes left this morning
for her home in Seattle, accompanied
by her daughter and children, whom
she has beeu visiting here for some
Mr. and Mrs. If. B. Armstrong left
op the train this morning for Silror
ton, Oregon. Mr. Armstrong Is Fed
eral Stock Inspector.
Mrs. G. B. Skeen left for hor
homo in Dorris this morning on the
train, after a couple of days spent
In shopping in Klamath Falls.
Mack Reynolds, who spent the
summer in Klamath Falls left for his
home this morning in the eastern
part of Oregon.
Mrs. R. O. Thotna3 and children or
this city left thU morning for Cas-
tello to spend Thanksgiving with
Betty Gaddis left for Dorris this
Mr. Kjnnoy, who In travelling for
M. Sellers & Co.. of Portland, loft on
this morning's train for thnt plnco.
Mi s. 11 Gallagher and children
left this morning for their homo In
Willow'. California. Mrs. Gallagher,
who was formerly MIks Marjorlo Me-
Cluro, for tho past six wookn h.is
boon visiting hor mother on West
Hlvoralilo, nnit has greatly pleased J
tl.o muHic-lovora of tho city by her
lovely recitals She doclire.1 thnt!
alio had n most pleasant visit wlillo,
lu'ro. , I
Mrs. Han Walker, of Ashland, has
nirlvod In Klnmath Falls and Is go--lug
to spend the winter with hor sis-'
tor. Mrs. I. U, Applognto j
Mrs. N K. Prior, mother of Mrs
II. A. Colvln. left for Montague this
morning after a short visit with Mrs ;
Colvln hero. After n short visit In;
Montague she will lenvo for hor
homo in Rospburg.
F. M. Kichnrdson. ex-roy export,,
has been hero for some time Install-,
lug tho ox-rnv transformer in lr '
Fred Wostorfld's office. While,
hero ho sold Dr. Warren Hunt aj
$1000 ex-ray for his now hospital j
on 4th mid Pine streets. .Ho will ro-
turn In February mid Install tl:e
ex-ray transformer. )
Mrs. Karl Ueckdolilt Is In the city,
today from Bonanza. I
OF ELKS TONIGHT
Tonight promises to bo a big night
In the .social life of Elkdom, as nil
tho Invitations are out for tho big
Thanksgiving evt dince and a record-breaking
crowd Is expected
Dr. Paul Noel and Glenn Jester,
tho commlttoo on arrangements havo
overlooked nothing thnt would aid
in making the affair a succct-s.
, Peerless orchostra muMc, a splen
did floor and tho "bust peoplo on
earth" for hosts, form a combination
that cannot fall to provldo pleasure
for every one.
inki s'jo each for
As a result of a fresh outbreak of,
the feud between Mrs. Louisa Hon-'
Ulrlcks and Mrs. Martha Schonchin.
Indian women, on Main street lust
M nl"M nnrh natil n fine of S20 for ills-
morning to spend tho day teaching: tlu ,,;,. ti.c poaco in i,oUco jul,Se'
music. She will return on the train heavllVa court thla m0rning. ',
evening. ( There ,s a com,,ant pending in,
M. I). Owens, who represents UiOtno justice court against Mrs. lieu-,
Dayton Scales has been hero for sev- dmka and her son for an alleged
oral days installing a Dayton SI leer assauk.several da) a ago ' ,
at the Rex Cafe. Ho left on this! . j
morning's train for Dayton, Ohio ! Try "em Herald Want Ads
Under the management of Mr. and Mrs. F. C.
Wolfe, will serve a delicious
Home -Cooked Thanksgiving Dinner
NEW ENGLAND STYLE, and will be pleased
; to have your patronage.
1006 Main Street
This is the one "Thanksc'ivins" that we should dispense with
t business and enjoy the festivities of this great day. With this
' good old country of ours still safe for humanity still a good
place to live in with prosperity over this great land of ours let
X us forget our business worries for one day and help make tins
t "Thanksgiving" everything that it stands for.
KK K ' STORE, Leading Clothiers an
STORE WILL BECL0ST1 Rfl
ALL DAY THANKSGIVING ! .Srf !
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At the Theatres
THE OWL CAFE
Special Thanksgiving Dinner
Hearts of Celery
Uoast Young Klamath Turkey, Cranberry Jelly
Roast Suckling Pig, Klamath Uaked Apples
Roast Young Chicken, Oyster Dressing
Candled Sweet Potatoos
Hot Mince Pie, Hard and Drandu' Sauco
Kngllah Plum Pudding, Hard and Draudu Sauco
' Assorted NuIb
THE OWL CAFE
HIGH SCORES IN
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
A ttaddlo. Phono 18K13.
, n . ,,.. , ,i.l Houston's bowlers took threo
Florence Reed, daughter of tho t ..... ,
.straight games from Nool's toam In
late Roland Reed, the leading actor. ,Mt nght,8 C0Dtm n tho EkB t(JUr.
made her debut with tho I'roctorln,,,,!,,,! Several high Individual
Llgget's Klect Chocolates, frenlt
shipment at Star Drug Co. It
Stock Company, Fifth Avenue Thea
tre, New York at tho ago of 1C.
Originally intended for a muslaal
career Miss Reed's plans wore ab
ruptly changod by the docoaso of
hor father. Playing In tho Proctor
Company for two years Miss Reed
was then engaged to play leading
parts with E. II. Sothorn. Her first
big New York buccoss was in tho
part of the psychic girl In Seven
Days. Other prominent successes
on tho speaking stage was Under
Cover Tho Yellow Ticket, Tho Cele
brated Case, and later still Tho
Wanderor, Chu Chin Chow and
Roads to Destiny In which last Miss
' Reed starred a notable triumph.
Florence Reed's scroon successes
are equally remarkable In Wives
of Men this storling actress, to men
tion only recent successes on thn
sllvor sheet, made n notable lilt, and
In tho still moro successful roleasos
of United Picture Thoatros of Amor
lea sho Is adding to hor famo as tho
foremost emotional artist of tho day
in such triumphs as Her Code of
Honor and Tho Woman Undor Oath,
which last Is by far tho most thril
ling story that has fallen to Miss
scores wore rolled by men on each
toam. Thoro will bo no contoot to
night on account of tho dance, tho
game schoduled bolng postponed un
til Saturday night. Last nights
WILL TRADE Klamath KnllH
property for Iota In Portland.
Address, Alexander Martin, r3j
Morgan Kldg., Portlan.l. Ore.
NO ELKS MinrriNfi ov
ACCOUNT OK HOI ID"
will be no mcetine
Kails Mkc No- "
K. tomorrow evenl w
Houston's 1st 2nd 3rd Tot.
L. Houston.... 148 191 220 GG9
Do Lap 1C2 187 204 C53
Lonnox 188 203 170 D67
Mitchell 174 135 140 455
W. Houston. .. 235 109 127 531
907 885 873
Nool's 1st 2nd 3rd Tot.
Joster 230 147 150 533
Ambroao 138 210 143 491
Nool i 171 159 137 409
Hoagland 170 175 140 485
Mooro 180 153 177 510
889 844 753
WANTKD Employment on ranch
or camp by man and wife. Wife to
cook or wnlt on tnblo. 131 2nd St.
WANTKD Hoard and room In pri
vate family for man und throo
boys "ago 10 to 17. Write particulars
to TX Horald. 2C-Ct.
' . " . ".,. hniMav. announced
nccouni oi i" ""- ,,r l0J
C. II. Underwood, exalted ruler.
Docomber Hi 12i 13
Notlco is horoby given that I will
not bo rosponslblo for any debts coa
tractod by my wife, sho having loft
my bod and board
26-3t WILLIAM J. UHRIN.
COURT SETS HEARINGS
On or about Doc. 1st Iho Diamond
Shoo Shining Parlor for gontlonion
will move 3 doors west on Main St.
tho west end of tho Star Tliunlro.
n.ilntv nmt.ii-M. dollclou.-i routings
, , , , . , , . 'and beautiful packages describes
Thn hearing of John Flodon and,,, .. ,, ,,, (.,, nrinr
... , , , . ,,, thoso now candles at the bt'tr I'fiib
Chris Thompson, accused of nulling, (-0 it
Reed's lot for plcturlzatloi,, present-, bond.
liquor, was contlnuod until Docom
bor 1 by Justice Chapirinn yesterday.
Defendants are at liberty undor
ing as It does tho unique experiences
of a woman Jumr In a llfo and death
caEo In a Now York court.
Tho Woman Undor Oath comes to
Mm Liberty Theatre today.
The hearing of draco Jopson,
charged with tho larceny of a Chev
rolet automobile, was set for Novem
ber 29, Sho Is at liberty undor
A marriage Hconso was Isucd yes
terday to Charles Sherman Waldrlp
and Mlnola Taylor or Klamuth Falls.
Cluth's Fruits and Cream -enters
mako Thanksgiving complete. R"
agents Star Drug Co, 1'
of all kinds, or anything
else you may need m
connection with sho
we have it.
The kind that la at
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