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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 2, 1920)
lfrONDAT, FEBRUARY , 1920
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The House of Kuppcnhcimcr Clothes
Have you ever Wondered why a Kuppenheimer suit holds it3Tshape'
better than the ordinary suit? The secret is in the exclusive'Kup-
penheimer construction, the care and skill of the making, and the
quality all-wool fabrics.
No heavy padding is used. A special wool canvas-interlining in
the lapels and front of the coat gives that enduring shapeliness
and softness. ."
Every little detail of a Kuppenheimer suit must pass
a rigid inspection seams, trimmings, threads, lin-
..,- -. . ingSjT-jByerything..
To insure long wearing service, and shapeliness under the hardest
conditions, Kuppenhjtf mer Woolens, are first cold water shrunk
and then tested as to sun, moisture and climatic effects. If they
don't pass this exacting test in eveiy respect, they can't qualify
for a Kuppenheimer garment. -
Not a single detail is eliminated in making Kuppenheimer Clothes
live up'td the reputation they have so justly earned as the finest
ready-to-'wear clothes in America.
K K K STORE
doo Jillrundl and family nnd Mrs.
Mlrnnill's sister, Minn Kvn Loo, of
Fort Ktiuniith, uru In llio city (or u
tow diiya on business and pleasure.
Won! bus boon rocoUod from Mr.
nml Mm. Jesso llulloy thut thoy nru
now located tn Pnsndonn nftor hav
ing spent tho )UHt sovornl wookB In
I id n ft ltoncli, where thoy wont In
tholr rnr. Mr. llulloy stated tluit
they nuulo tho, entire illstunco with
out trouhlu mill luul u delightful
George K. Chunninn loft thin
morning on a business trip to Sonttlo,
Wash., nml to visit thoro with his
brother nntl slBtor. IIu expects to
ho away for two weeks.
Kolth Ambrose, rocontly rein
stated as llro chief hy tho city coun
cll, resumed t ho ilutloH of tha pout-
lion toitny. It Iuih been Hourly throo
years Blnro Chief Ambrose iiult tho
olllro to enlist tn tho murliio corps.
F. C. Miller, former llro chlof, Iuih
tiikon u position with tho niocliiinlcul
ilopurtmont of tho J ml J Low garage.
George DnuHoji, who wiih formerly
amnio) oil hy K Sugarman an win
dow il rosier mid mlxortlslog writer,
hut who now truNolH for haberdash
ery for u Portland firm, 1st now in
tho city on ono ot Ills rogulnr trips.
Mr.' Dnwhon will, Vavo In tho morn
ing to covor tho hnlnnco ot his terri
tory. Doth Mr. nntl Mm. Dawson
havo ninny friends In thin city.
Mr. J. A. Perry, of tho Golden
Kulo, was called to Ilonohurg thla
morning, on account of. tho death of
hla sinter. Mrs. F. II. Pntturaon. who
dloil suddenly Saturday ovoulng ns
tho result of ptomaine poisoning'.
Mrs. Patterson had u number of
liofnro thn primary
mnkun tho following
In .nnnntiucliiR my candldncy for
(ho repuhllcan nomination for tho
olllco ot secretary of statu nt tho
coming primaries, I do so with tho
fooling thnt I am amply uunllllod.
I nm n native of Oregon, hnlnrf
horn at Ashland, September 25, 1 HSU,
1 have had a qualifying bUHlnoss'ox
porlence, mid nt tho present time am
EDMONDS MILL o
ON NEW SITE,
Tho II. H. Kdmomlfi hiiwiiiIII,
which was moved from Olene nt thn
cIoho of last season, In now establish
ed on Hpraguo rlvor, throo lnlloa be
low Yiiluax, Tho mill will bo oper
ated horonftor tinilor iho nnmo nff
tho Kail die Mountain Lumber couj-j
puny. - j.
Mr. Kdmonds has Just purchased' ""
elRht largo draft horses for IorrIiir
operations mid plans to start tin soon
county clerk nt Josephlno county,
having been elocted to that onico tor, tho weather Is favorolilo. Tlio
four successive terms. Saddle Mountain Lumber company Is
Oregon has probably as many un- i,i,UiiilnK to start building of n lnrg
turul resources as any statu In tho ow ...mi ... HiiriiKiio rHur noxt
( Union, and ns n cltlren and tiirtrliil l'Bprlng. When completed tho plnnt
fool that thoy should have our orn-jwnl jmvo n capacity of 100.000 foot
unt liuuilllllll ill mum milt wit limy (jMy
not 'overlook aiiythltiR
help toward th
I am a believe
inytmiig that, twoiildi T, valley Lumber company hn
e state's lo1ciiiviiit. I )lircimnut tu, 1( Turner mill, which
vor In n bigger mid n .... illri,. i)V Mr. Cainnbell. when
prenter Oregon, and In the urn of ,, m,,( ,,, n , Mir1 Nn0i Tho
Oregon products, and MrtMhijI mory ,, , ,,, nl Hwnn ,l(lko nnd.
errort in that direction Should lie cn-',v ,, ,,,, ,,y ,,,
conraged. An a member of tho board ,,,. n)mpiiny ,, ,,,
ill control, I wnimi mi mi in my
power toward that end.
will be operated by thn Valley Lum-
K. L. Coburn, county clerk of
Josephtuu county for tho last four
terms, Is ono of tho first candidates
to cast his hat Into tho ring for statu
office Mf. Coburn desires the re
publican nomination for tho olllco ot
secretary of stnto. In placing his
The DoArmnnd Hrothors, who
nlim nnnrjitn In thn ttunn T.nkn ftln-
I am an advocate of good on1-, trcli llri) mov,1(? tholr m, furUu)r
west, to lake In a larger tract ot
timber, which they plan to iiinnu-
i fncturo this year.
and feel that n constructive road
bulldhiR plan Is not only n honellt to
thn rural communities but that It
would iiIho be boneflclal to the futuro
welfare of our stnto.
I am n thorough bellevor In Irrlgn
Hon and think thnt tho fnrtnors of
this state should hnvo consistent en-.
conrngomont In matters portnlnlng to
Irrigation ns well as other mnttors
nffcctlng them, as tliy nro ono of tho
main factors and ntnudbyn In tho de
velopment of any statn.
It seems tn mo that there should
be n different nntlonnl policy tn thn
matter of forest protection, In order
that our vast forests bo not devns-
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
A MII)lJLi:-ACi:i) Woman would lik
work ns n waitress In lugging
camp, or ns holpor In kltchon or ns1
housokeepor. Addross II. II, Davis,.'
Ilruy, Calif. 2-S
FOIt HAI.U Konl touring car. In,-first-class
condition. Cheap for,;
cash. Inquire Klamath Murvlco Btn'
KOU IlKNT Nowly pnperod rooms,
almost perpetual llo ot hot water
i fur hntlm. I'lnntv of henl. kooiI clean.
uuea ns iney mure neon imriiiK uie n(H t2J,(t to 14,00 n week. i41
past, nnd as nn otllror of the stnto I
will do what I can to bring this
If elected to thn officii to whlrli I
aspire I will glvo It my porsonnl at
tention nnd conduct It nn n business
basin nnd to tho best or my nblllty.
u. l. conuiiN.
" K. J. Lnwronco of Merrill i In
the city tho Inst of tho week on busi
Walnut Ave. Nn bod bugs.
NOTIcr HOYAIi Altril MAHOXN
Stnted convocation Tuesdny even
ing. 'February 3. Work In M. M. do
greo. Members routiPhtod to ho pro
sent. Visitors cordially Invited.
2-3 MAIUON HANKS. H. P.
KOIt ItHNT "Tho Mars" ntoro room;
14x15, v largo show window. 1024'
8ti:no(ikaimii:ii wanti:o ocod'
salary. Apply Huiiunr & Chnstnlu,
over Klamath Stato Dank Hldg.
Phono 117. 3-tt
All wives of tilks of Klamath Falls
are reijuusted to attend n ir.cotlne
Thursday afternoon, at 2 '30 o'clock
In tho ladles' room ot tho Klki lodge
Hy order of Committee on
3-3 Arrangements, ,
Tho coconnutn of tho Mnlay Pon-
IiibuIii sometimes produce pearls that
are highly prized by tho natives.
j WEATHER RECORD 1
Hereafter the Herald will publish
the mean and maximum tempera
tures and pieeipltatlon 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 o'f that day.
Max. Mln. Precipitation
Jan. 31. '1 27
Feb. 1. 45 29
Newfoundlanders are Bald to hare
the finest physique of any English
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i Another successful rabbit drlvo
The executive committee of the Was held yesterday by tho ranchors
county farm bureau will hold its re ot Upper Poe Valley. Five hundred
gular meeting tomorrow afternoon in rabbits was the day's bag, according
the office ot E. H. Thomas, county to report received by County Agent
agricultural agent. Among other mat- Thomas.
tera scheduled (or consideration is Farmers of the Bonanza district
the placing of an order Tor poison to report a successful rabbit drlvo
be used in the farm bureaus squirrel Saturday,' In whclh between 400 and
extermination campaign. , 1 500 rabbits were killed. On Sun-
j day they turned' out again and ox-
Four hundred thousand diamonds terminated almost as many moro of
are cut every year In one Amsterdam the pests, bringing tho total to about
factory alone. JlOOO. Next Sunday another drlvo
"THE PICK OF THE PICTURES"
H .W. POOLE, Owner. HARRY BOREL, Musical Director
.. THE GREAT TOM MIX
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A peorcss" court train Is strictly
regulated as to longth, and varies
according to her rank. A duchoss
will havo her train three yards long,
a marchioness two and a half, coun
tesses are limited to two yards, vis
countesses to one and a half, and
Dr. John. Bridgeman Jr.
The Management of the
The Girl Alaska"
The 'only photoplay ever made on Alaskan soil.
This is a Jthriller.
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STAR 'The Whlto Heather," Art-
SI NOAY-MONDAV, "Back to God's
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TEMPLE "Other Mbti'h Wlvn."
jSUNDAV-MONDAY, "A Fighting Col-
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ecu t ocnaits i-UVO. HUV.
announces that he has
moved, his offices to those
formerly occupied by Dr.
Schleef, rooms I and. 2,
White Building. The
phone numbers are as
1 OFFICE OF -V..-- , K
DR. JOHN BRIDGEMAN, JR.
(LATE ASSISTANT TO PROF. HENRY KRAEMEIt, N THE ,
PHILADELPHIA c6lLEOE OF PHARMACY) 1
Philadelphia, Pa. .
While I do not have the pleasure of your acquaintance, ?Mr.
Robinson, I certainly would fail in my duty and would not be true
to my ideals and the ideals of my profession, if Tallowed the mere
fact of our not being personally acquainted to prevent me from
extending my very best wishes for theifullest possible success of
vour noteworthy undertakinc. ' fi"
ll'.T t ...
uvery citizen nas a just reason;; to be proud of the under
taking; in addition,' the members of "our "profession have a just
reason to be proud, for it is one more link in the chain of the
emancipation of the profession of pharmacy, and the proof that
it can be done. The chain so far has but few links in this country,
but it is slowly being welded, and as every good movement has
to have pioneers, I am glad to hail you as one in this great move
for better pharmacy.
Very truly yours,
JOHN J. BRIDGEMAN, JR. . ,
Pharmacy Operisi Sooii
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