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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 29, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
We Have Just Received
some large express shipments of Kuppcnhcimcr's fine Overcoats,
Patrick Mackinaws and Leather Vests and invite your inspection
of them. Also a lot of Stetson Hats, and can now fit you out in
the Stetson , you've been wanting.
Wc invite your inspection of our fine stock of Rubber Footwear,
in all the best and most used styles Pacs, all-rubber Arctics,
KKK STORE-Leading Clothiers and Hatters
J Mrs. H. II. Edmonds loft this) Olher Martin was In from his ranch
1 morning for California, whoro she at Merrill Saturday on business con
will visit for a month with reunites. nected with tho big public nuctluu of
j She will divide her time between San! Hvo stock to bo held at til ranch.
H. E. Winnard of Lorella was a
business visitor In town today.
E. R. Keames. president of the
First National bank, is back from
Mountain View, California. He re
ports conditions prosperous In the
E. M. Bubb, cashier or the First
Kational bank at Merrill, was a visi
tor in this city today.
Mr, and Mrs. G. V. Mattern of
Sonnellson, Iowa, are here for an
extended visit with their daughter,
lira. D. A. Epperson and family.
J Francisco and San Jose. Accompany
, ing Mrs. Edmonds was Homor
Knight, Jr., two and one half jeais
pl'l. who is going to stay with friends
la San Franc!." 1.
II. C. Mooro was In from tho Mor
rill district Saturday to uinko nr
ranBoments for tho big public auc
tion of livestock, household goods
Mrs. O. V. Houston is spending ! nml fanning Implements which will
the holidays with her pirenH In
Corning. Cal. During her nbsence
Virgil DeLap is filling her position
in the county recorder's office.
G. P. Keller of Bonanza was hero
today to meet his wife, who return
ed last night from Portland whoro
she has spent the last two or three
months for tho benefit of her health.
bo held nt tho Whltlntch ranch two.
tulles east of Merrill, January G.
Edwin P. Cox, a University of Or
egon student, Is a holiday guest at
tho C. K. Brandenburg homo. Mr
Cox Is well known here, whoro he
was graduated from tho Klamath
county high school.
C. K. Brandenburg has gono to
San Francisco on business.
WMW(I H " M
TUNIC NEEDS NO TONIC
TO STAY ON JOB
A -Jpl &
AT THE STAR
(lYitiiluo Xotelty Viitiilmllln Mny bo
Scon nt Popular Picture IIouko To
night mill tomorrow.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
ItUOMH TO IU:NT-129 Flflh El.
near M11 1 11
I'OH rtAl.i; A 7 pawciiKcr new Ux.
iiiKiun vor illvnp iniiii re Hi
ANTED Woman to take care ot
children 2 or 3 hours each dar. In-
itilro 121 Ituoeelt 29-3t
WANTED -A NAME
We will re-open the old Orpheus Thea
tre to the public New Year's Night,
January 1, 1920, and offer $5.00 as a
prize for the most appropriate name
for this theatre submitted on the open-.
ing night. We want a new name. Help
'us and win a prize.
Tho tunic rofusos to leavn fash
ion's fold as this fetching houso
lri' for tho miss shows. Vlrtuat
y tho Hiinio lines aro In skirt,
unlc "anil watst as wcro first
howu In this popular tnoilol. Tho
'ouch of fur Is sufficient trim
ming for this Indian head serge.
BORN At Merrill. December 23,
1010, to Mr. and Mrs. XV. E. Burrls,
an eight and one-half pound dnugh
Hnydcr ami Hlnos, masters of
skuteology, roller klngN, profossom
extraordinary of tho sclencu and the
art of dnnclng, ttplnnlug,' jumping
and posing on wheels bring n genu
luo novelty to tho Hlnr Theatru to
night In their presentation ot skat
ing do luxe, executed on n mapln mn
el hinge floor, and In fancy dress.
Snyder and lllilcs aro more than
.a ( rage capable artists Thoy luvij
made their act pleasing by tho ouso
w th which thoy porfonu tholr gym-
(tloriH, and by tho offoctlvcnosa of
thdr costumes. 29-lt
WANTED EtiKngoincnti by practi
cal niirne Willi references Reason
able Add Nuro llox HOC, Klara
11 Ih Pall. Ji
I.O.ST On Ninth Street, a $20 bill.
Howard If returned lo 1029 Iloie
Itexldunls of Islands and small pen
lusuhtH are said to llu longer than
persons who dwell on tho mainland.
It Is estimated that throughout
tlu world blind nion outnumber
blind women In tho proportion of
two to ono.
Thero are records of snuff having
loon HHod In tho West Indies and
elHowhnro long before tho Introduc
tion of tobacco to Europe
.NOTICE OP IMKsOl.rriO.N OF
NOTICE IS 1IKKKBV OIVEN.
That tho partnorslili' heretofore ex
isting between C, It Marine and t.
I-. Smith, of Klnmnth Falls. Oregon,
miliar the nuino. stylo, description
and assiimud nume of Diamond Tire
& Vulcanizing Company, nas oeen
this day dissolved by mutual con cen
sent: suld F U. Smith will continue
tho business, collect ll accounts due
the firm, and pn nil bills owing by
said firm .. .
Dated at Klnmnth Falls, Oregon,
this Uuth day of December, 1919
Diumonil TIM & Vn Co
l.S-'jo I' !' SMITH.
A marriage license has been Is
sued by the county clerk to Charles C-4
Coleman of Algomn to Alma Ford.
WOMAN'S TUXEDO IS
FOR OUTDOOR WEAR
J. R. MONROE
R. E. DALE
Kidnapped by a Murderer
Tlio man who had murdered her mother Icldniippea little Non
etto Dellslo. Ho took her with him to Alaska where ll0 f1 '''',"
her by constant threatH and III tieatmont J ears iniw u
brought her back to the place from which ho mil taken nir.
And thoro sho was nhlo to Save hor young slslor from w
lunula of thlH Hnmo man. You'll soo how this Is rtono wnw
you soo tho now World IMctuio,
"The Devil's Trail"
are the stars
This picture Htopa right along without n hIiibIo fSJ'
mont to u HiniiHhlng cllma which you will lo"b ".iuu
i-irsi is wna tho ewoator. Thon
came tho scarf In vniying sizes
and shapes. Now It la tho awoutor
find scarf combined In what Is
known ns tho Tuxodo model for
women. Notice tho fr'ncod bot
tom to 1 ho hlgh-grndo worBted
body. Tho plaid Tuxedo roil la of
tho Jaccjuurd finish.
Tuesday and Wednesday
Some Fight in This One