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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 2, 1920)
THE EV1N1NG HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS,
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I Sunshine at Home
No matter if the weather is cloudy and depressing you can always fill your
home with Sunshine if you have a Gulbransen Player-Piano.
We say Gulbransen Player because it is easiest to play, is best value for
price, durability and 'tone and has every expression control for rendering the
new hand player music possessed by Player Pianos at much larger prices.
The Gulbransen Company is the only one that has a Standard National
Price burned into- the Back of the instrument at the factory for your pro
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Silent and seldom used pianos will be accepted in
x-; uuiaransen. , loan
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Earl Shepherd Piano Co.
KLAMATH'S ONLY EXCLUSIVEMUSIC HOUSE
507 MAIN ST.
MID KEEP IT UP
Get Into the habit of drinktag
glut of hot water before
Million! of folk batbo Internally
mow Instead of loading their system
with drugs. ''What's an- Inside
'"bath"? s you say. Well, It Is guaran
teed to perform miracles according
'to hot water enthusiast.
There are, vast number of 'men
and women who, Immediately upon
.arising la the morning, drink a glass
of hot water with a teaspoonful of
limestone phosphate In It. This I a
Terr eacsllent health measure. It I
Intended to flush the stomach, liver,
kidneys and Mn test Inwet the prevl
vie day', waste, sour MMacino
estlble material left I'WTiai the
body which If not ellraleated every
"day. become food for the mUton of
bacteria1 which Infest the bowels, the
quick result la poisons and toxin
which are then absorbed ,lnto the
blood, causing headache, bilious at
itack. foul breath, bad taste, cold,
-ktnmach treuble: kidney mlse:
sleeplessness, impure blood and all
sort of ailment.
People who feel good one day and
iiadly the next, but who Mraply can
hot get fooling right are.urgad to ob
tain a quarter pound or' limestone
phosphoto at the drug (tore. This
will. cost very little but I sufficient
to make anyone a real crank on the
subject of Internal snnltotlon,
A Claatlfled Ad wilt Mil It.
SUBURBAN MODEL pv
COUNTRY SEAT MODEL.U
WHITE HOUSE MODEL.
AUTO REPAIR SHOP
It. V. Mallory, who hat boon doing
a general auto repair business at
, Seventh and Willow streets for about
(Ivo months, tins loaned tho building
I recently vacated by tho Dan nor-
Patty Motor company, and I making commit to Is a solf-porpetrustlng or
plnns to extend his business to moot sanitation whoso purpose Is. to edu
the demands that overtaxed, tho ca- cute the"freahmen Into tho traditions
paclty of tho old location. Uoth'nud rules of tho college The new
floors of tho building will be occu-' recruits nro Tom Dolzell, Klamath
pled, tho upper floor tor storing and
workshop, and tho lowor floor for
first aid and work easily and quickly
Uesldes gonoral repairing, acces
sories and part will bn sold. llrlef
ly, Mr. Mallory will do a'general auto
repair and sale business, and hi
mechanical force has been Increased
to a point where no work will be
neglected or turned away.
Waata teat hlsn, girla? Hen "The
Love Expert," Star theatres Htuiday
and Monday. JM
ANOTHKK PIIIM ON
AIiViTON-WATKIt . KRQXT
GALVESTON, Tex., Oct. 2. Fire
broke out In the south end of pier
No, 41 thla morning, and following
a gonornl alarm 260 National guard
men rushed to the scone. Tho fire
was first noticed' whon an oploslon
blew out window and doors. It I
reported that spontaneous combu
Won In the slsel stored on tho pnr
caused the fire. '
part payment on your
NAME NEW VIGILANCE
OREGON AGRICULTURAL COL
I.KQK, Corvallls. Oct. 2. Soren new
members of tho 1923 vigilance com
mittee havo boon choson, and woro
Initiated this week. Tho vigilance
Knlls; Joo Dyer, Astoria; CyrJl Bikes,
Corvallls; Millard Scott, Whtttlor,
Cat.; Roland Thomas, Long Beach,'
Cul.; Clarence Wicks, Albany; and
(Irani Crow, Pocatello, Ida.
WOMAN AT UDKIITY
VNDKR $1,000 nOND
( In the case of the United States
versus Martha Daker, who was
charged with the theft of a pink
dress, silk skirt, an over-lace dress
and various articles la all valued at
176, belonging to Mamie" Berkley,
Bert O, Thomas, United State com
missioner, bound the accused over
to the grand Jury. Her bond were
sot at f 1,000 which she raised and Is
now at liberty until such time a the
grand Jury acts.
,A boy was born to Mr, and Mrs.
Nick Petrushln, of Donania, Oregqn,
Boptomber, 30, It was reported today
by Dr. A. A, 8ouo, He also roports
the borth of a hey to Mr. and Mr.
H. O. Btalnbrook today. '
Mnrgarot Upp who with her moth
er has been spending several wcoks
with relatives In Iowa arrived homo
Howard Wlnnard ,wm a passenger,
this morning on tho Medford stage".
Mary Hnthaway Is In the city from
Irving Dunn and wife arrived yes
terday from Modoc Point and are
stopping at tho Whlto Pelican ho
tel, R. I). Harden Is In town this week
end from Portland. Ho Is a guost
at the Whlto Pelican hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Cox. who. have
been spending their vacation In
Klamath Falls returnrd on tho train
this morning to their homo In Port
land. August Andrew drove up from
his ranch near Merrill this morning
and attended to various business
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Whltlock, who
havo been spending several weeks In
Portland, returned last night.
Elizabeth Pall loft on tho train
this morning for a visit of a few days
with her parents.
Miss Gall Tycor left for Ban Fran
cisco this morning for a vacation
Oconto Stevepson, Rollo deary
and Ed Geary nro In town today
from their ranch In tho Upper Lake.
Tlioy said that thoy hnd about four
moro weeks work with tho barley,
ryo and wheat crops In. that part of
tho country. 5. a
Mr. and Mm. Clayton Pitcher, who
havo been visiting Mrs. Pitcher's
sister, Mrs. Don Zumwalt, returned
to their home In California this
L. K. Porter, cement contractor
who has been on a, Job at Algoma
for the past fow weeks, Is back. In
Mrs. Fred II. Mills. Mrs. Minnie
Henry and Miss Agnes Lee expect to
leave for San Francisco tomorrow
morning, where they will hear
Scottl's Opera company which Is to
spend a week In the bay city.
Oliver Martin Is a business visitor
here today from his home In Mer
rill. F. M. Cllevcs camo In yesterday
from Crescent and is looking after
business here today.
; 'Fred Langell Is down from Ueatty
for tho week-end.
Mrs. Etta Kllgore returned to her
homo in Bonanza this morning after
a two weeks visit here wtlh her
. Dee Bowman, of .Chllc.iuln, Is;
pending a few days', here on busi
Bert Withrow Is going hunting' In
the northern part of the country
over the week-end.
Lena Evans of ftlchland Is regis
tered at the While Pelican hotel to
J. C. Brown Is a city visitor from
S'ockton, having .arrived on last
W L. Edwards and wife are county
seat pleasuro visitors 'from Fort Kla
math. Mrs. Harry Peel accompanied by
her dsughter, Elenor Torrey, left on
the train this morning for Ban, Fran
cisco whero the'y will spend a month.
Miss Alice McCourt left on . the
train this morning for Ban Fran
cisco, whero she will 'visit her'moth
er. Roy. Ulckman accompanied by
Mrs. Hickman Is spending a few
days In town from their homo at
W. K. Brown Is spending the
week-end In Klamath Falls from the
Brown ranch on the' Upper lake.
Mrs. C. E. Dennis Is here from tho
Klamath agency on matters of busi
ness. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Otey are In
town from Chlloquln.
Mr. and Mrs. mil Page came
through haro yesterday on their way
to Fort Klanxath, from Stockton,
California. They expect to visit Mr.
Page's parents for somo time.
Mrs. W. F. Dixon and daughter
are city visitors 'from Fort Kla
W. G. West, Indian agent on the
Klamath reservation. Is down from
the Klamath agency today looking
after Indian affairs.
Edward Dickey Is spendlng-a fow
days hero from Algoma on business.
Dorothy Button underwent an op
eration for appendicitis at tho War
ren Hunt hospital last evening. Her
condition is reported as satisfactory.
Dr. Oeo. 'A. Massey reports the
birth of a baby boy to Mr. and Mrs.
0. 8, Jackson of Fort' Klamath.
H. H. Roberts and daughter were
eount seat visitors yesterday from
Poe valley. , ' '
Mrs. Frank McCorm!ek,-was-!n
town yesterday afternoon from her
racnh on the Upper Lake. '
uWaat to know when he loves you?
"The Love Expert puts you wise, at
Bta theatre,. Sunday and Monday,
Want test him, girls? See, "The
Love Expert,!' BUue theatre," 'Smaday
thousand dollar' wnrih nf
electrical appliances, fixtures, and
wrllng has' been added totho service
facilities at. the Mondald thnatrn.
and this' lg. only a' part' of the ' Im
provements under contemplation by
tho proprietor, Ted White.
Most of these Improvements woro
mado upon tho operating room, un
der tho personal supervision of Ed
ward Crawford, motion picture oper
ator, who has n record In roovlo
electrical work at long as n tclo
grnph pole. Mr. Crawford stales
that tho operating room Is now en
closed with sheet Iron, and every
other precaution necessary to make
It strictly fire proof has been adopt
ed. "There Isn't ceins: to be anvthlnv
better on tho coast," ho said.
Both machines In the projecting
room havo been equipped with lata
appliances which Insuro the acmo of
perfection In motion picture repro
duction. "Thcso machines are gems,"
said Mr. Crawford, "and eliminate
entirely thorn) llttlo defects which
sometimes bother movlo patrons.
They throw strong, faithful pictures,
and If wo know about any other de
vice, or nny other method to Im
prove this service, we woula -sot
hesitate to utilize It.. Briefly theso
Improved machines cannot bo ex
colled, and our patrons get the best
effects known to the movlo world."
Want to know' when he lovai yon?
"The Love Expert prsu you wise, at
Ktar -theatre, ftondav amd MamAmv.
accord.. Suppose you test'
I why this-restaurant-is so popular. . J" J -
610 Maim St
t All you can eat for 65c
ronnoriy me nunc Luncn.
Give us a trial. Home Cooking.
MRS. L. NORSWORTHY, Prop.
323 MAIN STREET
' SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNER 75c-
who recently purchased Ford Cars, only share in the I
loss caused by the recent
, We too have cars on our
lor new ones, Deiore tne
We are now sacrificing
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rioaayi to-see-wieacars is uie yn-wy-wajprscaKij-rTiA
Peel RortrQina in' triom '' '
P . AW,. mMh.M... .
Danner-Patty Motor o.
8tk vU rfUmath Ave,
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY!
There will be a special communi
cation of Klamath Lodge No. 77, A.
F. tc. A. M. Monday livening, Oc
tober 4tb, 1910, at.. 7:30 p. m. Work
In B .A. Degree. All Masons aro re
quested to be present.
000. CHA8TAJN, W. M.
WANTED fly ydung eouplo no
children furnished apartment or
housekeeping rooms. Inqulro' Herald
IOBT Ladles brown cordueroy coat '
between Premium Dairy and Kla
math or th Bt. Return to White
Pelican Hotel. Howard 2-4
FURNACES RBPAlRKD; Chlmnoys
cloaned and roofing. Phone 47
WANTED Young man wants warm
sleeping' room with private fam-'
lty. Write Box 13 Herald office, 2-4
ROOM for rent.
FOR BALE Welded gasoline tank,
with all fittings, 1075 gallons ca
pacity, Imperial garage.
CABH OR SHORT THUMB
A number of sample phonographs
and used standard ntakes will be
offered soon at liberal reduction,
watch papers for announcements.
BARL 8HBP1!HU CO.
FOR SALE Small cash, register. In--quire
at Miller Photo Co. 2-7
LUMBERMEN LOOOINO operators
etc, get your feed barley direct from
producer and save oa large quanti
ties. Call personally ,Q Pajc St.
and make ararngemenrs. ' 2-a
Want to kaow whea he loves yow?
"The Love Basest parte yem wise, at
Htar theatre, PsMdey sad Moaday.
THOSE WHO DINE
once alwayg come again,
especially when they de
sire something extra fine
in the way of food, service
and surroundings. We
only halve to induce people
to come here one. They
come atain of their own
bur service ioda and learn
as. ' ..
at New Horn Rwtaurant, I
rneeu acrrca raunuy aiyie.
decline in prices..
floor, taken in exchange
aecune came, ana at tne
them td irieet the price of ' X
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