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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 4, 1920)
THE EVPONG HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. ORECOW
SATURDAY, HKftHMMlM ,'1M
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Mr, and Mrs, R. C. (Iroenliirk nnd
Mrs. Krod Fleet, who left for a mot
or trip to Ashlnnd and other points
In tli ii Rogue river valloy last Tues
day, returned to their homes horo
Mr. nnd Mrs. C, K. IJottome, with
Clarence, Chester and Donna Hot
tomn, aro expected In by auto to
night for a two weeks' vacation vis
It with Mr. and Mr. Ray Ilunsaker.
Ivan Icenblco Is a county scat vls
9 tor today frcSm bis ranch In the val
loy. Uallcy Werner, factory Inspector
from Halcm, Oregon, left today af-
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Closed Labor Day A Union Store
BIG JAZZ DANCE
' Titght and Monday
' AT KLAMATH PAVILION
7TH AND PINE ST.
(7,000 square feet of floor space)
Dancing Monday Afternoon andEvening
Make Klamath Pavilion your headquarUra' while in town.
Plenty of shade and ample seats for picnic parties.
Cool Drinks Served.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
.WANTED 1 room" Is prlvats some
for light housekeeping. J. H'.
Wise, Fort Klamath Hotel, Fort
1. MAItY E. BALL
Modern kindergarten Methods and
properly supervised educational play
for nil children of pre-school age.
o.To open Sept. 18. Fheno 1HW.
Itce. 124 Jefferson. t
FOR 'SALE Maaon Jaw, complete,
8Gc per dosen.
phone 4 ISM.
BARGAIN Uprliht piano In good
condition. Ca.ll Sunday at 7 Com-
merclal St. Bear 6th. 4
WANTED A woman either aa cook
or helper. Call 98J., 4-8
FOR HAILK One team, wt. about
300 lbs., with heavy harness.
Suitable for lowing or rice flelda.
Alio one air cooled gaa pump engine.
Inquire of D. H. Ijogevoll, at Wor
den poitofflce. , 4-S
FOR RENT Bedroom
men. 63,4 N. 8th.
:i MaurieeToumwur's Big Special M
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4 ' "MY LADY'S GARTER" H
f ' s ; SUNDAY-MONDAY H
THE BIG SPECIAL OF THE YEAR H
. "HUCKLEBERRY FINN" H
f CONTINUOUS SHOW SUNDAY BTAIIT1NC1 AT H80 H
FOR SALE Modern 9 room houae)
on pared street. I-acom from bed
room and apt. 634 N. 8th St. 4
WANTED A aet of 8th grade
booki, except Arithmetic. Phono
W. R. O. NOTICE
The W. R. C. meeting for Sept. 6
will be postponed on account of Mon
day being a holiday.
Frances Haines, Tret. Com, .
FOR SALE 3 room furnlshod
house, bath; wicker and mahog
any furniture. First St., between
I'lno and Hlgji. 4-9 f
FOR SALE Ono tent 8x10x3 khafcl.
2 "Gold Metal" folding tots, 4
2 "Gold Medal" folding cots, 4
"(.old Modal" folding ratnp stools, 1
folding camp stove, price $40. Cab be
soon ut 170G Johnson Ave. 3-7
LOST Lady's handbag containing
watch, cash and other articles, at
or near the pavilion Tuesday night.
Howard. Phono 190R. 4-7
WANTED Truck driver familiar
with lumber hauling. Phone
FOR SALE Rooming house. In
vestigate, Also good launch.
Owner leaving town. Pbone S26J.
WANTED Bookkeeper and sten
ographer. Apply Acme Motor Co.
Dunbar ft Dunbar, Insurance
agents announce the opening of their
new offices at 114 South Blxth street,
In the Klamath State Bank building.
Pbone 410, , . 4
,Mlss Betty Gaddes wishes to an
nounce the opening of her fill
classes In pianoforte, at her studio in
tho Star Drug Block. Those wish
ing to make arrangements for les
sons, please call between 3 and 6 p.
nt except on Wednesday, 4-7
A Classified Ad will sell It.
tor several days spent Inspecting the
tmllls of Klamath Falls and tho sur
Karl Hcchboldt was In town this
morning from his homo near Ilonnn-
za attending to mattors of business,
Conutiodoro Alex Nosier has r-
turned from an extended visit In Cal
T. K. (Irimth, who has been III at
Ills homo on tho Merrill road for
hoiiin time, Is ubuul again and wns in
town this morning on matters of
O. C, Couchman was In tho county
scat ycxturday from bis ranch In I'oe
' I), Aloxandcr Is In the city from
Chlloquln on matters of business to
Mrs, A. V. Keller came In -from
McCloud last night and Is staying a
fow days at the White Pelican hotel.
George Graham was an arrival
from San Francisco on the train lsvt,
f Mrs. William' E. Johnson Is regis
tered at the White Pelican hotel
from Oakland, California.
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Glvans, Miss
Msrjorle Edsall and Miss Ethel Mc
Glllqulst left Isst evening for Bly,
where Miss Edsall and Miss McGlll
quIit will visit with Mr. and Mrs.
Glrans and Miss Edsall's parents for
a week before school opens at Fort
Klamath, where both girls will teach
Miss Margaret Upp, accompanied
by ber mother, left thla mornlag on
the train for Prairie City, Iowa, and
other eastern points for a three
weeks' visit with relatives and
Wilson 8. Wiley left this morning
for Marshtleld where ho will be on
band for the dedication o( the new
Mrs. M. D. Frater and children
left this morning for a week uca-i
ktlon with friends in Weed, Callfora.a.
W. W. Hall Is In town today from
Chlloquln on business.
Minnie Brown arrived last night
from Baker and la stopping at the
Whlto Pelican hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Luttrell, of the
Klamath Agency, left on the train
this morning for California, where
thoy ".vlll visit friends and relatives.
Evelyn Atbcrton, who has been
horo visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. North, left this morning
for bor home in San Francisco. She
waa accompanied by her father who
will visit In 'the City for a while.
Mrs. L. T. Shelton, who baa been
In the city on business for a few
days, returned to her home la Bray,
California, thla morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Crawford and
small son, George', left on the morn-
lnr train for Burleigh, Idaho. Mrs.
Crawford' 'will be remembered as
Miss Edith FryjMaughter of Mr. and
Mrs. G. Q. Fry.' IFwas with her par
ents here," that1 she spent several
woeks. ' ,'lv'
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ingwerson arc
spending the week-end In the woods.
They will bo accompanied by Mr. and
)Mrs. A. M. Warden.
Tom Martin, who has been spend
ing tho summer 'at his camp on Rec
reation crcok, came down yesterday
Vand does not expect to roturn for
any oxtended stay during tho re
mainder of tho summer.
Clay Ratcllff was In town yester
day afternoon from Merrill for a vis
it with old friends here.
Miss Agnes Lee left this afternoon
to spend the week-end with Mr. and
.Mrs. Guy Merrill at their rancn
home near Merrill.
Don J. Zumwalt, city engineer, Is
enjoying a week's, outing in tha
woods of Klamath county. While
he la out Don has every Intention of
getting a deer one way or another.
Mrs. J. E. Bratton, accompanied
by Mra. Lela Otey, her baby and
daughter, Maurine, who have been
Visiting Mra. Cbarlea Otey for the
ipast three weoks, left this morning
for Dorrls. Mra. Bratton oxpocts to
kspend the week-end at the Otey
ranch near there. ,
, Mary Otey, who has been horo vis
iting her sister, Mra. J. E. Bratton,'
for tho pastiweek, returned to Dorrls
thla mjornlug. j
Paul Wampler was In town yes
terday from hla home near Rocky
Point attending to business.
Mra. Clarence Hunt waa in town
Friday from her home on the Kerio
Frank B. Robinson
On account of the Labor Day Celebration the
Pharmacy will be closed all day Monday
In illness or emergency call Dr. L. J. Mills.at 497
or Frank B. Robinson at 24M
We wish the Central Labor Council arid all its
members and affiliations a very happy:
time on Monday . $. r
THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE
'STATE OF OREGON .'
IjiwU TlnMIfck Af Mnlln wan In
town this moratagV," ,
J. F. MafUlrOJnttIe daughter,
Gertrude, have rottrasd from Port
land, where they haVa been on a va
cation trip. '
Tom Dixon, road supervisor, spent
(the day in town on matters of business.
Special Sunday Dinner, $1.00;
Served from 12 M. to 9 P. M.
SAIiAj. . Ill
Fresh Vegetable Cream Sala'dfDfsaalng"
Tenderloin Of Sole Sauce Tartars
Fried Spring Chicken Southern Gravy - "j J
Chicken a la King ' ' 'X'.
Prime Ribs Of Beef Au Jus
Fresh Ham Glased Sweet Potatoes) 1,
Parkerhouse Rolls Fried Egg Plant
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Nut tHtadarti r... Apple FritterstVemOB Sauce
aM"; S.-t Apple Fri
ax f Hot Mince Pie
Coffee Milk Iced To
Bert-Hawkins, deputy la the sher
iff's office, is planntak oci glng out
tor deer, over the week-eio.
Dr. and Mra. Hardin Carter ex
pect to leave tonight for s few days'
hunting In t'h'e mountains sear here.
A classified Ad will sell it.
THH PICK OP THB PIOTCRM -1
' A NEW ONE EVERT DAT
H. W. POOLK, Owmer ROGER D. TORREY, Maslcal Director
A picture for every loyal American
SUNDAY ;; .' ' ' .
"ONE HOUR BEFORE DAWN'
A mystery play with the throb of action. and the thrill ot lpse,
that' will keep ybu guessing until the last flask -
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s LABOR DAY
GEORGES CARPENTIER, tho dol of Prance, te
,,JiTHE -vyONDER MAN"?
JACK DKMPSEY, HvwWght Chaaipioa of tho WorH, tm
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During the afternoon telegraphic reports by rounds of the
battle at Benton Harbor, Mich., will be given
Coninuaus performance starting aj 1 :3$