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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 13, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
TUMMY, JULY IS,
I PERSONAL MENTION
Mr. nnd Mm. II, N, Moo returned
InHt night from l.uko o tho Woods
whoro limy upon I a tow days vncif
(J. Johnson, who hnn licon employ
ml ly tho Ilex cnfo, loft thl morn
Inn for Han Francisco with hi son.
Mr. anil Mm. II, I). Mortenony
with n party of frlamti, returned Intft
night from three days' motor trip
to Ornter Irfrtie.
Mm, Italph Tlra anil children, who
nVve been here since Hut unlay with
Mm. Ttra'i ulster, Mm. (J. A. Mil
hell, returned this mornlnic to their
home In Kegg, California,
F. W. Webster waa a pnssengor on
the morning train to 1'ortlamt, lln
haa been a business vliltor In thin
elty alnea Friday,
W. I?, Morton, who haa been at
tending to matter of buslne here
for. the, poet two, weeks, left thl
morning for hla homo In Ban Fran
Mm. liana Norcaard left thin
moraine for her home In flllvcrton,
Oregon, after a abort visit with rela
tive! at Modoc Point. ,
Wlllnrd Dyer wia a passenger on
the morning train for hla borne In
Mr. K, K Martin and daughter,
Vvn nnd Dorothea, returned Inat
night from llocky I'olnt when they
havo been on a short vaintlon.
Mm. Kugcno Fisher U homo nfler
a week spent with her mothrr at
Kkiiii I, like,
Jim Walton nnd Pick Dunn were
In town yesterday from Dorrl. Oil
Ifornla, Mr. and Mm. . M. McU-morc arc
Klamnth visitor from their home In
Han Kranrlico Mr. Mrlmorn I
looking after matter of builm-M
Mm. Nate Ottnrbeln and daughter,
MU draco llongland, li'ft Kunday
Tha IloT. Aaron Wolfo, pastor of
thn Presbyterian church at Merrill,
Oregon, left thlii morning for Kimono,
Oregon, to Hi tend tin) synod mid bible
12. K, llolbrook, who him been hero
on (i coiiibfni'd hiiHlncNS nnd pleasure
trip, returned this moriiltiK to IiIh
homo In llnlllstor, fullfcrnlii Ho
alio visited Crater lake
Ml M. )!, llnllotleur, of Mndii
wnimkn, Mnlno, who Iiiim been visiting
lior cousin, A K, Albert, of Pelican 1
City, for thu pint three week, tuft
thin morning for u trip to I'ortlund
and northern point,
Mlm Mnuda McCnrty, who ban been
visiting Crutor laku for two weeks,
left on the morning train for Ouk
Mr, ii lid Mm, Al Winter were pus
scngers on tho morning train for
tholr homo In Hnn Francisco, They
havn been hero to aea Crater lake.
W. M. Hkcen wan a business visitor
In thin city yeiterdny from bin home
In Chlloquln, Oregon.
C. N. Hawkins, who recently
brought 600 rattle here from Hoi
lister, California, to the Doak A
llrown raricli, left tbl morning for
HOT SPRINGS TO
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It mum bo admitted, and If cue bath
la refreshing, a dozen should be n
Mr Turner tell some wonderful
tule of wonders wrought by thn
spring slui lie has known It. He
bougbt the- spring Inst fall, along
with 460, acres, more or le, of tbo
otd Dave Vinson plan-. And bo de-'
clari'N t tint persons huvo rome to tho
plnca thU year on crutches and on
csti, and after a week of dally baths'
havo thrown away tln-lr crutchei,
for Portland where they will upend a shouldered their cots mid gone uuy
week vlnltlng friend nnd relative 'ound-llmbed a n two-year-old
Mm Olterbeln will bring her llltlo' Ilheumntlam can't tond before thn
grandson, Juck Heaver, homo with , oolhlng oltnck of the water, mid
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The Indian havo known of tha'
medicinal properties for generation
ber brother at Crewell, Oregon, will and ench aummer bring big cnniplng
arrlrn tonight to wnd n few day partle tor a fortnight of bulbing,
with Mr. and Mr. A, M, Warden. There urn rumplng accommodation
Chnrle llameburg, of Hlnklyou on thn ranch for an army, but at
county, California, w n city vlaltnr prment Mr. Turner hnn rooms for
yeatenlny Tlilrty-flrn year ago Mr only lxor eight guvt. lln expect
llarniiburg wa a rmldent of Klum- to get along with theno tbl year, but
nth Fall, nhd lie wa buny yesterday nnxt yenr ho I going to put up n dln
looking iii old acquaintance, n'vi'nK room and bungalow uleepln'g
Mln Advlaldo Hchuhcrt, wb lv!UUnr(er for SO or 30 pec pie. Doubt
trained tiurnv, I home on vllt,luHa when the reputation of thu ro-i
rrom Moneia, Liiiirornlu, She la,ort, I intalillhed n aariatnrlum nnd
with her alater, Mm. W. II. Mcl'her- hi)t,cl will bn erected on tin elaborate
rln of till rll) cnlo, but Mr. Turner' idnn I to
H J. llnrrlwin. Innd broker of lien- work up to tbl grndunlly. making
Inn City. Wnhlnglnn, who linn been the aprlng pay for Itwlf n It Roe
hern on bulne. kun a paenger Which I not ut nil necennry In Mr
thl morning for hi homo vln Henttle. Turner' eunv. un hi futhur I n cup.
, Mr nnd Mr I) F Whlllutch, who ItnllM. nnd I nnxlou In build a big
hnvo bwn vIvKIng with .Mr. Whit- renort right off the revl.
Intrh' brother. A A Whlllntch. nt , ,Thc prlng. Mr Turner ny. In
hi ft ranch nt Hound luku for the pn.t unit tf the lurgeitt in tho country The
eiivtii weekn. left till morning for, water flou out nnd through the
their homo In Chicago, III. , hnthhmme mid on down through thu
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LEAVES DAILY 8:30 A. M:
Fo'r reservations phone 460
Pastime Billiard Parlor
Pnssenaero cnllcd for at hotels
HUDSON SUPER SJXES
ROOMY AND COMFORTABLE
itcroas. If It flow wero conserved
It would buthe an nrmy.
Whoro It bubbles from. the ground
tbo water tins a tempernturo of 160
degrees, u scalding heat. In fact.
Mr. Turner sold tho water scalds
Auto Worked Chance.
lie need to U n pretty eni.y.goli'.p
fellow before- be Imught bl miielilne.
Some diij hi imme would deeonite
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Conlctcd of stealing a copy of the
t, tho spun.' Ix'iinl ut Hie cur bum nnd chronicle, left by tho carrier nt 303
Mimi'ihijH It wouldn't, for be mid work DooreB gtreet( Jonn VVllliams has
he to n proper torn, which nssert.on. ZlZXnZZt. Ue oontrncf " Police Judge Ft
cniiMd tho scrlbo to Instinctively I ,,,,,. frtr. The i.imhlne Patrick to o term of 90 days In the
tno onng ana no. .. .i... -,.,,,1.. vm... hm-ln- .m nuto I couniy jail, me sentence is in line
I rnsy. Hut Vei-pliiK It running nnd with tho campaign of tho police
tnklns: sour vr out I niinther thins, against newspaper thieves, a nuls-
Thnt ritulnw win of the renlm. nnce Uint has given rise to conslder-
leriiblc J able comnlnlnt. Prnmni nrn nn.i
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draw buck from
thought ho perceived u faint shrink
Ing nmong others of tho party.
l)y tho tlmo It reaches the bath
house, some 200 yard Away, how
ever, tuo temperature una Been re
duced to n proper tmthlng point.
Any ono feeling tho'noed of a bath,
for medlolnul rensonn or" otherwise,
will find n trip to the Turner ranch
not nn unplensnnt jaunt. . It Is 35
miles trcm Klamnth Kntls, nnd nine
mllua from llonnnrn, to tho ranch
which l on tho west side of Langcll
vnlUjy: Tho road, with the exception
of threo or four miles of ttnto high
way grndo between Klamnth Fulls
und Olene. Ih good dirt rond and tho
trip ench way can bo mndo In two
An nnnlysls of tbo wntor Is being
miida by Portland chemists nnd soon
Mr. Tumor will know oxnetly whoro
In lies Itu ruratlvo vnluos. Apparently
tho water contains Iron nnd sotta, in
iidditlun to tho sulphur mentioned.
lie Iuih developed Into u
shnrk. Ill fiu-e Is now- n'fnmllliir fl
lire on the North KnMon line nnd
there nre tiny fpnre trlrs Inylng i
uWiiiud looso he l rlcht up to the win
dow leniilm: on both elbow.
Wo t-hoiild l:ne made nn exception
n to Sunday. Ah. that Is the day be
Millie. The little machine rolls mer
i heavy sentences are the means, by
)K JwhlchUio authorities hope to stamp
out this form of
S. F. Chronicle.
JMl'tillTKH, IS UOIIN
Mr rnil fea 1 ! A r. ti
Ui.t . .. ... .a .. i ...mi... I " , hwuvii ,f, iitunuii Ol
nlre one dnv n week." he rvninrkril n DonBMa nro Pwnts of a babyf
he iinllnibereil Ids portly form nfter '"""Rhter. born this morning.
London Is still tho world's
emporium of the seed trade.
1918 Chevrolet, Al condition
two new cord Urea
1918 Ford in good order
1917 Ford, good condition
1918 Ford Sedan, Al condition
, all new oversize tires,
1200 In extra equipment
1915 Ford Delivory, with
enclosed body first class
condition, tires good
Klamath Falls Auto Ce
lls? Malu St.
11 bourn' labor the other night on n
North 1'iintoii linel;. Krockton Enterprise.
kiu;.vch J KU.MKXT
I i.Mvtl NIJW TAX Lj:w
G. J. WALKER
E. H. EVANS
PAHIt!, Juno 10. (lly Mall.) Too
now Cues jiulnc voted by Parliament
will hrlnu tho rovenuea of the
French frovoinmont up to nuout 33,
006,000 Ofo frnuc3 a year, according
to oxpoi oAtlmntoB,
The latum rogular Bovommont
opoiidltnrea nro variously oatlnmtcd
nt '30,000,000,000 to 22,000,000,000
ti " A G ind Ad will sail U.
Nut Butter Is Wholesome
Cocoa b'ltter, n nut butter W called
In'KtiKlnnd, was not Accepted with en
llmkliiMii by tho ItrltUh public when
natural butter become scarce dtirlni;
tbo war, ro tho food committee of the
Itoynl society mndo some elaborate
testB of Its efTects on human beings.
The New York Medical Journal (.urn
innrlres the results, which show thnt
sllchtly le-ix of the fnt of eoeoa Imttei-.
than of that of real butter Is utilized
by tbo body; It muses no dlgeitlvo
troubles; when cousumed In largo
iiunnlltles It tins n ullhtly biMttlve of.
feet, und In general It Is 11 safe mid
ltKJKC"lv?l HUKimACJi: lUMi
TOKIO. July 13. Untvorjal euf
frago waa dofcated Jn tho low or house
of tho Japaneso parliament yesterday
whin a rcsolutlou providing for It
was IntrfdiK-odby tho opposition and
rejected by a veto ot 233 to 155,
HIGIIKST STANDAItn PJIODL'CTIONS
TKRW1IXIGK11 & PATUICK, PROPH.
Dorothy Dalton in
"HIS WIFE'S FRIEND"
,( Mack Sennstt's Latest Comedy, .
"THE GINGHAM GIRL" "
COMING FRIDAY T jM
William S. Hart in i' , 9
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