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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 31, 1920)
fiATUHDAV, ANUAUY !,' it
THE EVENING HERALD,' KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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West End Grocery
!. Personal Mention-
T '' '
1 Kvo been
Monday, February 2nd
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Bring the Children Something Doing"
Fine Fruits and Vegetables, Staple and Fancy
Free Delivery, of course
Crawford & francis
ra,, H. H..UnsiUi, who
Ultlng their daughter.
IF MrsK: TLuddon for tho past sovor
" jlnt-'MnonUis.' jhye toturrfoil to their
; homo In Snlei.'
.ifnry Schulfnelcr ot tho MliUnnd
district, will) '.was opointod on for ap
pendicitis Thursday nt tho local hos
pltnl la reported to ho doing nicely..
R. Vanco Hutelilus, clear storo
proprietor Joined the ranks o tho
motorist )estnrday with tho purehn.se
of a new Palgo car from tho Imper
Mr. and Mrs. Allen 3. Sloan return
ed last evening from San Francisco,
and nro being showered with con
gratulations and hest wishes hy tholr
many friends. For tho present they
will mako tholr homo at Tho Hall".
220 Main Street
Post Office Building
MINK WITH MASKS.
There are about 70,-
000 miles ot maca
dam roads In the -k.
United states, con- ,'
' . structed'at a cost of
42Q,00O.OOQ, .To ..
be wilful waste. This
maca'dam' ' Van be
utilized as a base for
tb road, street or-
highway if it Js
' paved with
BITULITHIC WARREN BROS. CO.
AH main Klamath Falls,
Grants Pass and Ashland
streets are paved with .War-renlte-Bitulithic,
all over 10
years in service.
BERLIN' EGGS HIGH.
BERLIN, Jqn. 25. The price of
eggs in Berlin now is higher than It
was in Paris in the siege of 1870.
They are selling here at 2 and one
half marks each.
I invented the Tire
Sole Idea V. S.
Patent No. 1077149,'
November I, 19 U.
Bring us an old,.
worrf tire like
we'll cover it
with a Sturges
Tire Sole made
of new, live rub
ber, with heavy
and you'll have J
the equal of a
new tire, which
looks like this,
6,000 miles. .
Shirt eiTire Soles re
duce your tire exjense
one half. We apply
KLAMATH RUBBER 'A,
1136 Mala St. Phono 804
Eaulty No. 1156.
Agnes-L.-Dtfdd. Plaintiff vs Warren
To .Warren L. Dodd, the above
, In the name o the State of Ore-
suu. iyu ure ucreuj required. 10 ap
pear ana answer the complaint filed
against. yoU in the above entitled suit
on or before Saturday the 13th day
of, March. 120, that being the last
day of the time prescribed In the or
de.rs.bf publication .of this summons,
and it you-Tall'so to appear and ans
wer," for want thereof plaintiff w'lll
apply lo the. Court for the relief
prayed for In'her complaint on file In
the above entitled court and suit to
wltr That the bonds ot matrimony
heretofore and now existing between
plaintiff and yourself be forever dis
solved and set aside and that plain
tiff be awarded a decree ot absolute
divorce .from you; that plaintiffs
maiden ritime, Agnes L; Folsom, be
restored to her and that plaintiff
have such other and further relief as
to the, court may seem meet and
equitable In the premises."
This summons is served upon you
by.mihlicatlon In the Evening Herald.
a, daily newspaper printed, published
and of general circulation in Klam
ath County, Oregon, once a week for
six. successive weeks by order of Hon
orable D. V. Kuykendall, Judge of
,t$ij8 above entitled court, made and
Entered jn this, action on Jnnuirv 29,
V&20I ther-date of the first publica
tioadyjFAnf belne Januarv 31. 1920.
IT;jMMANNI.VO & WM. GANONG,
levs for Plaintiff. .P. O. &
iifSnesn Artrlrpas! 4flfl Mntn St.
T-"lamath Falls. Klamnth Pnimtv ' JaP-
PHOENIX, Ariz., Jan. 30,--Oas
masks, such as were used by the
American army in Franco, are to bo
supplied mon of the United Verde
Mining company at Jeromo, Arlr., to
.overcome sulphur fumes while thoy
make the last dash to put out tho
fire which has been raging In tho
mine, far underground, tor thetpast
20 years, according to Commissioner
Johnson, ot the Arizona Corporation
To reach the fire and attack It from
a new angle, a new opening fs to bo
made, the commissioner said. To do
that. It has been found necessary to
temove an old slag dump which la a
veritable mountain. A. gigantic steam
shovel, said to be one ot the largest
In existence. Is to move tho slag
.mountain. Six bites and it'tills a car
with slag; 300 bits and. a. train, is
rtady to move.
Tlu Leap Year dnncu jJvon hy thot
Elks last night was pho ot tho most!
enjoyable affairs of tlm.aonsoii. ICln- (
borate plaits had been mudo for tho
eent anil alt worked smoothly to con
tribute to tho outlro succor ot tho.on-
twtnlnmcnt. Elghty-lVo couples'
were in nttantinnco, A m;in Mippor
Tre Musical Study club, U holding!
a meeting this nttotnoon, at tho homo
Lot Mrs. llurt'Vnrl Thomas on Pine
Mrs. G. A. Krnuso and Mm. Will
lam Duncan woro Joint hostossos yes
terday attcrpoon at tho homo ot Mrs,
KrnuKO when they entertained at
three tables ot bridge. Aftor tho game
.at which Mrs. W. O. Smlh made high
score, dainty refreshment wro sorv
cd. Those pYesont were, Mesdnmos,
Don J Zumwnlt, T. Tv l-uddon, Thorn-
ns Hampton, George Watt, II, D, Mor
tenson, Charles F, Stono, Charles I,
Roberts. I.ouls Ol-rbor, E. U. Hall,
and W. O. Smith.
Mrs. Arthur Wilson wll( entertain
the P. E. O. socloty at hor homo ou
Washington street Tuesday.
About thirty Invited guests assemb
led a( St. Cloud Saturday evening as
thee gUesls of Commodore Noslor.
Music' and dancing wer Uie main
features qf- the evening and 'about
VictrolaX Outfit $118.50
MEXICO .MAKING GU.V8.
' MEXICO CITY,1-Jan. 11'. y Mall)
- Mexico which has been, forced to
import its artillery for yeirs expects
soon to manufacture its own field
pieces. Two Mexican qrmy otfglneevs
have perfected a formula tor te.mper-
ing tseel for cannon and, when the in
stallation ot three electric furnaces' In
the national arsenates completed, tho
first guns will be, turned out.
Hereafter 'the Herald will publish
the mean and maximum tempera
ture, and-precipitation record as tak
en by "the U. -S. Reclamation service
station. Publication will cover the
day previous to the paper's Issue, up
to 5 o'clock of that day,
Max. Mln. Precipitation
i ldntght the guests partook ot a
bounteous supper and departed de
claring it to be one ot tho most
ploasant ovenlngs ot the seaion.
This lino musical instrument with 20 selec
tions and your choice of five different woods
polished bright oak, fumed oak, golden oak
wax, red mahogany, velvet finish and Adam
brown mahogany for $118.50, and your own
Compare the motor used in this model with
any other at $200.00.
Ask to see Victrola Ten.
. Earl Shepherd Company
A Representative Stock
507 MAIN ST.
Mrs. A. R, Wilson entortalnod tho
Krldit Club nt hor homo 130 Wash
ington street on Tuesday. Tho after
noon was very pleasantly ipont In
needlework and conversation after X
which refreshments woro served, x
Those prcsont wore: MnHdanios Will
One ot H19 most enjoyable parties, lam Duncan, Charles Rf RoborU, O. i
of the week was given by. Mrs. C. C,' AKrauso, R. T. I.udden. Burgo Mas- X
Hogue at Jier home on Pine street on, Bert C. Thomas, A
Monday. Tho ovenlng wds spont.ln'and tho Hosteis.
the absorbing gamo ot ' Duplicate
Whist, 'tr-e high scores falling to Mrs,
M. S. West. Dr. Frod Westorfeld,
Miss Faye Hogue and M. S.: West. At p
tho close of tho gnjne, delicious ro
SIMtINO IjAKK NHWS
Call us up.
Let us write you up
Before you bum up.
Chilcote & Smith
633 Main Phone 6G
riuun t?u4iii iius ueuji urKHUlzinK. 'rwri k rf .v. .. V a .nv
rrMhn.i..t...n. erve,l hv the ho,- "' "! elr' Industrial club In VU 1A1C 1U UWpSlf I
toss nnd those present wer.e: Mr. and thls ("1',rlct- , ' 'TTZT'. TTT
Mrs. M. S: Wst. Mr, and Mrs.. A. M. I Miss Hilda Chnso took supper with ." , JIt!! iJ"".' d hi
Worden, Mr. and Mrs. I.f A. Perry, Mrs. Chas. Mack Thursday evening. molMl!. runt .,...., ... ..,.,,, , ' d' . .
IIss Minnio Bnrnum, Miss Francos! Several ot tho farmers of this Inquire 1U.7 Main St. Suiuluynftor-
nolghborhood hnvo started plowing. Mioon. . ' N 31
Rev. W. F. Rooco has sold his ,. a., ' . ' :.'T',"
ranch and will . to ci.forn,.; TKftra.ll"!
spon. I Phono 1C9. 31-3
Mr. nnd Mrs, John Dcpuy nnl! 7
Harvo Doimy and Miss Bortlm.Oworli tuti ''' "? site inving rin-
spent Sunday wltli. Mr. and. Mrs. Ar
u. . t
Ar. R. CORPS MEETTXfi.
ThemVomari's Relief Corps
meet on Monday. Feb. 2nd at 2; 30
p. m.at.J) O. Oj F: Hall.
Jan. 21. 40. 24 trace
Jan. 22. 41 32 .17
Jan. 23. 41 28
Jan. 24. 47 31 trace
Jan. 25. 47 37 trace
Jan. 2C. 33 37
Jan.' .27w. 47 , 29 trace
Jan. 23 3S 2G
Jr;n. 29 4V 31 '
Jan. 30 52 . 33
Bentty, Dr. Fred Westorfeld," Fred D
Fletcher, Mr. Mifflin and Mr. and
Mrs. 6. C. itoguo.
, Muses' Ruth Pntton and Alice, Pal-
met' Entertained tho Kodron Club nt
tho'lPreshyterlan church on, 'Tuesday
evening. Afler tho business mooting
a ' most enjoyable social hour was.
spent, after which refreshments were
served. Thoso present werer Misses
Augustu and- Oortrudo Parker, Jon
a'e and Annn Mae Johns.tan, 'Alta
Ralph, Fayo Hoguo. Francos Beatty,
Helen and Lena Guest, Cllnos, Walvo
Drdw, Eva Hank3 and Mesdames B.
C.'Thomas, A. R, Wilson, V, G, Bru
baker. Orva Earnest, . S. Slough,
Austin Harden. y
Miss. Minnio Bnrnum was hostess
at a Jolly party last Saturday The cv
i est view in city, l.ot GO by 120 foot,
,on pnvnmcnt, Includhig comunt side
walks, two blocks from Elks Tomplo.
jTheio Is now a four rnom-and-bnth
I modern plastered homo with largo
i glassed and Bcreoned-ln sleeping
porch on roar of lot. A wondorful lo-
,. ,, . . . . cation for snmcono Intending tb build.
mnrrlngo llconso was Issued yes- Cnn ,1,nim1iv .-. with.rnnimi
terady to Alton Alvnn Shough and hentlng plant this sumihor. '205 Pine
Nettlo Eva Shadloy.of Chlloauln. ,St. Price $5,000, ' Zt
WANT TO SELL?
If you have property for sale, toll
us about It, nnd wo'll toll It over nnd
over again to tho othor follow,s. If
your price and terms nro In lino with f
mu inuinui., u nuuii vury iiKUiy uo
FOR SALE No. 1 orsoy mllk.cow. 2
stoor cnlvoB C and 0 mo,' old. Also
sp.iiiq nlco chlckons. 1 15 Dnrrow Av.
Mills Addition. 31-2
DIVORCE SUIT kim:i.
Two Deliveries Daily
Beginning Monday, February 2, we will maltetwo
deliveries each day, Ieavmg8':jSVm. andvl,p. ni.
Mills Addition and Shi'pjpingtbn deliveries 'will be
m,ad? as usual on Tuesday and Friday afternoons.
O. K. DELiyERY
,f , . , , , .. , nliln tn mnlfn n anln nnmn In nn.li Suit fOT dlVOrCO llBS llPCtl bOgll'l III
enlr.g was spent In playing five hun- " ,', A mnK0 a 8nl0' -omo in nnm "
' , , , ,, ' ; ... 'talk it ovor. i Uio circuit court by Eluhlo Pitt Hon
edred. Those present were Mlssos run rtvrw c umitit h, . . ,,,,, ...
., ..(, ,. . ,. r i HiM.OTh A: SMITH , I ry iiga nst WIlllo Henry , on tho
1 Fsyb- Hoguo. Ennlc Vandonburg, K Mala l"0 nround of rruollv ' ' '.'
(Frances Beatty. and Minnio Barnum.l .28-3 ground ot cruelty, ,
!" ' '- 'h : ;
' Mrs. i Lewis entertained her sun- '"'m ' ""' "mvAHi). ' , 'Houston AmusementsToday
1 r ' ..
No Hitter How Much You Pay
)fpu Lannot Buy Better
.f.. ..!. rt 1 nlnnn n lut It ntti n nf TfO
ua, bvu. .ir " "'-! Fpidlfig that my-Tonutntlon Is on-
Tiiomns u. SKllllncion, on Ton u',inm,nr.i i. ,,,niinrn. ...',,
reet, last Saturday. Aftor Jdlly culntlon, to tho offoct thnt. I linvo's7Au- TJ'. " hUo nent''or," Art-
tmes the girls spent the romalnrttJr ' uon convictod of crlmo nnd sorvodj "'craft' SpbClal.
'of (lie afternoon pulling candy. Those, . !5?otS?,c?o,Jf0t, Sl!"Si!,':r!llJliilK1,AY-I(1NDM' "nnclc l0 fiml'8
preUt wre: Addlo Jenkins, JoKWoncethnn wnsrT-f uuMy'U.mi SlUpnu.n. . . , ,tr .
Pvans, Clnra and Ruth Christ 5br-, dieted or punished for crime, or that TEMPLE "Other Men's Wlvos'7
lrudo Smith. Dorothy Moroland, 4" ""inni ncuon was ovor urougnt uorotny uniton.
Tjjoro Miller, flortrudo Musto, Evel
yn France?', KIsa Jenn Earnpst; rjprrls
Ynden, Helen and Elaine Clinnoy, '
Ruth Cofor nnd Dorothy Skllllngton.
against mo, nnywJ'oro or fit any tlnlo. SUNDAY-MONDAY, "A Fighting Col-
MARVIN WILLIAMS, Sr,
eon", Bosslo J.ovo. ndv.
It's .a pretty strong statement, but we are willing to
tt,&..ti!'All 1- -- a.. .'.. .l ... . ... .. '
piuvc ib i-in wc aan. m iiiai you uiorougniy invesxi-
-.gateour, claims for the PAUL AUTOMATIC
WATER SYSTEMS and the UNIVERSAL FARM
, -No matter how small or how big an equipment you
may need, you cannot get greater value1 for your
vti ,,, ' . i'
Remember, we arfc always willing to figure with you
oh Uie cost of installing a water system or light plant
without any obligation on your part whatever.
Drink Hot Water
in the Morning
Wash away all stomach, llyor.
and bowel poisons before
To feel you;1 best day In and day
out, to feel clean Inside; no sour bile
to coat your tongue and sicken your
breath or dull your head; no consti
pation bilious attacks, sick headache,
colds, rheumatism or gassy, acid
stomach, you must bathe on the in
side like you bathe outsido. This 18
Wastlyy more important, because the
skin pores do not absorb impurities
into the blood, while tho bowel pores
To keep these poisons apd toxins
well flushed from the stomach, liver,
kidneys and bowels, drink before
breakfast each day, a glass of hot
water with a teaspoonful ot lime
stone, phosphate in It, This wll
cleanso, purify, and freshen the en
tiro alimentary tract before eating
Get a quartet pound ot,. limestone
pnospnae rrom your pnannacisi. u
Is Inexpensive and almost tasteless.
Drink phqsphatod hot water every
morning to rid your system of those
"THE PICK OF THE PICTURES"
II ,W. 1'OOIiE, Owner. HARRY HOREL, Musical Director
Charming Mary Miles Minter
'in ' '
"anne of green gables" , v : .
From the famous "Anne" books by
L. M. Montgomery
' SUNDAY ANp MONDAY !
The jgreaf'TOM MIX "The man who -never fakes"
"THE FEUD I 4
To Matinees Sunday, at 1.3P-anJ 3:30 P,
vile poisons and toxins; also to pre-
.vBn mejr, lormauqn.
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