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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 31, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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i PERSONAL MENTION I
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CHAS. P. MACUIRE
713 Main St
20 DISCOUNT ON MONITO
HOSIERY. THIS HOSE WE
"HAVE IN BLACK, BROWN,
AND WHITE, IN ALL SIZES;
PRICES RANGING PROM $2.00
IN LISLE TO $5.00 IN ALL
SILK. FOR THIS WEEK ONLY
NO LEATHER, HOWEVER
PINE, NO SHOE, HOWEVER
WELL MADE, CAN ENDURE
WEAR IF NOT GIVEN PRO
THE SHOE CREAMS SOLD BY
US PRESERVE AS WELL AS
BEAUTIFY THE LEATHERS
ON WHICH USED,
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i THE BOOTERY
CHAS. P. MAGUIRE
713 MAIN $T,
MMI tMUMMM II a
LEGION POST IS i"',5"
STARTED IN A.
hi) KNOB AHIE8, Aug. 3 .The
recently organised Bueuoe Aires post
ot tho American Legion Will be
residing la Argentina to volantee; to
serve hit country In France and the
flnt to fall of the Argentine con
known aa "Spencer Ely 'Poii.
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Hpencer Kiy wii trie tint American
On bit arrival In France, Ely join
ed the MGth regiment (the old tight
Ing lth, of Now York) and wat
killed at Chateau Thierry. After
(laving been wounded In action he
Wat carried to a dressing station
from which ho refuted to be removed
until more aerloutly wounded com
rade had been taken to the rear.
Before hit turn came, 'the d retting
Vtatlon wat blown up by a Qerman
Kly waa a native of Flutblnf, New
York, and a descendant of Ocneral
Bchulyer, of the American revolution.
Hit family hat rctldcd In Uuenoa
A I ret for about 12 yeara.
Wilbur Harrington and Viola John
iwere married tblt morning by the
iRev. K. P. Lawrence at the Presby;
terlan manae. . 1 i
A. thoroughly equipped institution affording unexcelled facilities
for the scientific treatment by hospital methods of medical, sur
gical and obstetrical cases.
The new and modern fireproof building contains private rooms
for bed and ambulatory cases, completely equipped examination
and treatment rooms, Roentgen Ray, clinical and research labor
atories. , .... r.A
3 & LOCATION
rSHa"0, F0URTH a PINE STS-
GEO. A. MASSEY, M. D. KLAMATH FALLS, ORE. '
Ambulance Service I
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J. P. McAullffe and Maurlco Mc
Aullffo are county sent visitors from
their ranch In tho Fort Klamath dis
trict. Mm. Iluth Rum who hat been vis
iting hor lnter, Mr. W. C, Town
tend and Mrt. 8. Man, loft this
morning for her homo' In Walla
Henry Doyle, recruiting officer
from Medford, who hat been spend
ing n week In Klamath Falls, return
ed this morning to the ttatfon at
MIha IJctt Kllgoro returned Mon
day from the coast where she bat
boon spending a threo weeks' voci&
tlon. Wbllo away the 'visited her
undo and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Claude
Mrs. Maybello Sherburne West,
n muilc teacher, and her mother,
Mrt. J. O. Sherburne, roturned on
the train this morning to tbolr home
In I'lcdmont. While hore tbey visit
ed with Mitt Marie Itambo, who
took them to Crater Lake and other,
scenic points In Klamath county.
Miss Mario Dolan ot Petaluma,
who taught at Dairy last year, baa
arrived to take charge of tho school
at I'Jno drove tblt year.
Mr. and Mrt. D. B. Hunter, who
have been' visiting their ton, F. Hill
Hunter, during the tummer, return
ed this morning to their home In
MbaKarla Montgomery has re
turned from a vacation of"' three
weeks tpenlMn Medford and Fort-
J. A. Small waa In town this morn
ing from hit home In Dairy attend
ing to business matter. "
A marriage license wat latued yet
trd evening to Archie B. Koff and
Pearl B. Applegate. Both are resi
dents of ChlloqUlB.
Dr. C. A. Rtmbo, W. R. Lee,
Frank Mills. B. W. Oregory and wife,
Sam Goddard, George Ogle, Jonn
Stout. Will L. Halley, Ike Stroble
fend J. II. Marttere were a few of the
Klamath Falls people who got hunt
ing licenses In preparation for the
opening of the deer season.
Percy Burke and ton, Harry, who
have been visiting Mr. Burke'a
brother, O. D. Burke, president of
the Kltmath State bank. led tnit
morning for their home In Norfolk.
Nebraska. Mr. Durko took tnem aa.lt
far at Ashland In hit car this morn
ing,. From there they will continue
U.I. ... hi. .mIa '
, Max Scbaffer left this mormeg ax- ,-
ter a brief visit here. Ho Is the son
of Professor Sehaffer, recently ot the
University of Oregon, but who ac
cepted a position In Wisconsin tills
Jim Shaw and wife are guests at
the White Pelican hotel from Seat-
Mlsa Gertrude Parker and Miss
Daisy Cole arrived on last nlgnt'a
train from Grants Pass. Both will
teach In the city school this winter, j
Miss Esther Berry is in mamam
Falls from Seattle, Washington, and
Is staying at the White Pelican hotel.
W. L. Brown arrived last night
from Portland and It registered at
theWhlte. Pelican hotel.
Mr. and'Hrs. D. C. Magie ot Los
Angeles, arrived last night and are
guests at the White Pelican hotel.
Irving Kesterson, a lumberman
from 'Ivam. It In town today on busl
nose' He Is stopping at the' White
Daa and Dave Llskey were In
town this morning from their ranch
In Swan Lake valley.
a Frank F. Nelson -Is a 'Klamath
Falla visitor from his ranch near
Keno, Orogon. r v
Agnes' Hughes arrived, last.'ntght
from San Francisco and Is registered
at the White Pelican hotel.
tilUiJ.WHSii'WiifinLiTtllPH " TT t -, fe
10, II, II. Co.
IkAI, IJ, It. Ob.
Th Pedal Touch
are contlderatloat wfcta barliir aa
is very Important whet) totoensg a
Just aa "pickup" and "pep"
automonue tne "reoai Touch'
Pedal Touch with the Qulbranaea la so eaay that7 we eaalakgt
, comparisons with other SUndard Makea coating a thaaaaaj-4iafa
and up;, , ' v
' May we show you one of the following modeler ,
SUBURBAN MODEL....$6i.0O ' V
COUNTRY SEAT. 160,00
WHITE HOUSE $75a0f
Earl Shepherd Co.!
An Exclusire Mtuic Houae -507
Main St,- kknutth FalU
Snakss Frlsndt of Farmer.
A correspondent who Is Interested
In snnkes as well at flowers and birds
and tho other more popular things in
nature writes tha be haa gratifying
success In locating tnakea by merely
listening for their rustling In the dry
leaves. If one's ears are specially
trained for snake noises there la no
good reason why this method should
not be really practical. Unquestionably
the majority of wood wauderers are
almost blind In this matter or snaitea.
Unleas we almost step on him we sel
dom know that he la lurking near at
hand and remaining very still la the
hope that he will not be noted. All
our tnakea are practically' defenseless.
Tbey are not only Inoffensive and tim
id creatures, bnt alto highly uaeful
friends of the farmer. Possibly the
baby snakes are In leaa danger .than
the adult. ' The little fellows are lew
conspicuous, and, at before noted, they
can hide In very small refuges.
Idda Loale. v
Mistress (after absence) It'a no use,
Bridget, you've woru one of my new
.aklrta and yon can't get out of It
' Bridget Begorry, mum, If thot's so
Ol'd be wearln It this mlnlt, wmldn't
PORTLAND. Ore., Aug,. 31. Sec
retary Hotehklss of the Republican
state central committee yesterday re
ceived a letter from United State
Senator Harry 8. New, national di
rector ot the speakers bureau, call
ing the attention of the state central
committee to the Importance ot the
November congresaimal campaign.
The letter follows:' e
"Attention la particularly directed
10 the great ImportMfe Of electing a
uepuDllcan congreear in as or me
states, United Stabs awetors are to
be chosen and, a member ot the house
of renreseaiatlvea ia toXba elected In
tovery, congressional district.
t'Saaakar are urged especially to
ttresaVta Importance of returning
Republican member ot both house.
ARepublican president will be
powerle 40, carry out. the party pro
grrm uatft supported a Repub
lican coam. 3
"Doth, domestic and foreign po
licies ar,flpenaeniapei ibis, ana
too mucB!imponaBae;aanoi oe at
tached taVtnla' feattjre Of the cam-
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rcta'il tftitiuifl uoiia
Wkile FAitm HU
''The, Oregon State Chamber
of. Commerce." Ptfeident
Chas. Hall of MartWield..
"The Dollars andf 8ee of.
the Farm .B(ureu.??' E. H.
Thomas, Co. A'grfaiHtfrist. .
'Lots of pep all numbers v
The retail clerks'nloai.wlll hold a
special aaetlng tonlghWii' which the
question et taking parttli the Labor
day celebration will, bt disposed ot.
The secretary ot the ualoa report
that 10 applicant for membership
will be initiated. The ualoa will alto
celebrate ita first anniversary, It sav
ing been chartered oa Labor day,
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SALEM, Or., Aug. 30,-XpproxI-mately
400 oht et a f4t-f ot TOo)
eheep belonging to 3. H.; Hlatoa
Grant county, died receatty as ths
result ot eatiag lapine, a 'faitonou
weed, accerding: tdDr, tfliHVLytle,
Dr.'Lytle said that livestock-ordinarily
would not eat lapladaad thaf
few deaths aateac aheeiiiaad beea
cauted by the i weed. Tfcs1 -aaJMP lost
by Mr. Hlnton vrereMlng Haasterred
to new pasture,- aMd tne ,awher be
Ilevea tbey obtained a ejiaatlty oC
lupine along the road.. The mono
tary lose Is estimated aC l,100.
: . .
Two complete taatlieea every af
ternoon at the Liberty, etattlag at
1:30 and 8:80.
win m it.
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