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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALP, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Following M ttio monthly health
report for Klamath Falls, corapllod
from report ot physicians during
Births Hiram Stalnbrook, Oct. 3;
Druce Parks, Aug. 10; Leonard
Smith, Aug. It; Lawson Calvin
Hunt, June' l; Albert William
Christy, Aug. i; Oeorge Poland Deal,
Aug. 4; Uanabed babjr of A. 11. Mr-
Collum, Aag. 2; Thoron Jamea Otey.
Aug. 17; Par Jean Drown, Sept. 38;
Unnamed baby ot Hyman Wcchsler,
Sept. 38; Howard Dona van Abbey.
Bcpt. 18; Lola Marie Grata, Sept. 14;
Unnamed baby ot Chaa. W. Parka,
8ept. 13; Jamea Dean Short, Sept.
11; Eveya Agnatha Eleanor High
am, Sept. it; Anna Mae Newbert,
Sept. 6; Marjorle Annabel Helms,
Sept. 3; Beverly Lavofto Darr, Sept.
tisVMartln, Aag. 13;
Klliabeth Rath Van Bmon. Sept. 13;
'Baby Haaktag. Seat. ; Arthar Mel-
ln Cherry. Aug. !; Angelina Kavar-
ro, Aug. IS; Unnamed aby ot W.
W. Waling. 8epl. 10; Carolyn Col
lier, Aug. 31; Dorothy Virginia PI
Mill, Aug. 36; William Alfred Wha-
len, Aug. 30; Jesus Inaya, Aug. 3;
Unnamed baby ot V?. O, Wlmmer,
Aug. 1 Margaret Lllllth Forbes;
July 4; Gerald Maurlco Davldspn,
Juno 10; 1 Intel Anno Stiles, Sept. 33;
Hobble Koy Porter, May G; Norman
Chaa. Satterle, Juno 6; Sam Jones
Chancy, Jr., March 3; George Char
lea Kalebaugh, March 3 ; Jean Ilortha
Koch, March 19; Mlnnlo Carolyn An
doraon, 8ept. 27; Ida Mario Right
mclr, Sept. 1; Roy Leo Jackson,
8cpt. 30; Unnamed baby of W. K.
Loyd, Sept. 35; Ctayta 0111. Sept. 9;
Uortba May Polk, Sept. 39: ,
If your baby'a namo Is not reg
istered please aend In the namo at
Deaths Gordon Raymond, 3
years, Glioma at base ot brain, Sept.
3; Chas. W. Hare, 71 years, senility,
Sept. 27; Thomas Joel Scott, II
years, shock, Oct. 3; Olo Grlmstcad,
SO years, pneumonia, Sept. 38; liar
Toy Hiram Edmonds, 63 yoara, heart
failure, Sept. 6; Robert Dtodgett. 33
yoara (about), suffocation, Sept. 6;
Ilaby Parks, still born, Sept. 9; Baby
Husking, still born, Sept. 9; Mary
dliabelh Colion, ov years, .carciuo
nca ot Intestines, Sept. 10;, Charlos
Bennet, 87 (about), cerebral komor-
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Special Offering of
Smart and Chic in Materials, and making of
Priced remarkably ldw for the best of qual- .
Elaborately hand-worked in the most beautiful
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Irhage, Sept. 37; Marguerite Hanley,
43 (about), suffocation, Sept. ;
Mary E. Carroll, Ef years, urerald.
Sept. 30; Marian Stanton Whitley, 6
months, cholera Infantum. Sept. 7;
seTen tire victims, ot Houston hotel,
whose names are unknown.
DR. A. A. SOULE.
Visit the Hooster demonstration
at Johnstone Furniture Store. 13
CHRISTMAS IS COMING
Dos do you know that Christmas
Is only 74 days awayTTT? And you
will want money to buy Christmas
presents tor mother and dad and sla
ters and brothers and all your
friends. Where are you going to gat
the money to pay for those Christmas
presents??? You can get a Job from
.the Evening Herald delivering papers
ana can earn good money, enougn
to buy Just lots of nice thlnrs. Come
In any day after school and wo will
tall you all about It. You know
where the EVENING HERALD of
fice Is Down on 4th street between
Main and Klamath. Dont forget to
eome In and let us tell you about the
SOtb sack of Crater Lake flour
with each Hoosler sold during dem
onstration. Johnstone Furniture Co.
Special Offering of
SPORT SKIRTS t
And remember that it is quality in materials -
that make our prices so remarkably worth while. ?
Our line of Skirts is very complete at this time
and we invite your inspection.
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$1.00 per gallon
The best knownjpof paration for coating paper, metal
or shingle roofs
GetTAiuM Coal Tar, 90c per gallon
(Bring your own' cans)
!! Lakeside Lumber Co. I
Mill and Yards, Klamath Ave. and Center St
"Always the Best for the Liberty Guest"
H. W. POOLE, Owner ROGER D. TORRKY, Musical Director
An Amazing Photoplay that Describes
'.' "EASTWARD HOI"
An Intensely Dramatic Story that is Worthy of
L WILLIAM RUSSELL
.A. True Son of the West-rMan Size
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Tie! Star Supreme of Stage and Screen in
. " THE FORTUNE TELLER "
CORVALUS, Ore., Oct. 13. O.
Lansing Hurd, well-known Oregon
newspaper man. bought a ona third
Interest In tho Corvallls (laxctte
Times. This Is the Interest former
ly owned by Charles L. Springer, who
retires to take a long rost.
MARSHTIELD, Oct. 13. Four
large auto trucks are kept busy by
the Marshfleld Fuel and 8upply Co.,
delivering coal and wood to homes ot
the prudent cltlten who Is takn
tlraa by the forelock and putting In
bis winter supply whllo prompt' !('
Urery Is possible.
BEND, Oct. 13. Another military
organisation, the Veterans ot For
eign Wars, Is to make Its appearance
In Bend, a charter for a local post
having been received by Fire Chief
Tom Carlon and turned over to
Sergeant C. J. Lambert, marine re
cruiting officer, to secure the signa
tures of those eligible for member
ablp. The organization Is open, to
all men who have seen active ser
vice outside the territorial limits of
the United 8tates.
MEDFORD, Oct. 13. Tramping
23 miles In a snow and rain swept
wilderness, and sleeping from a pour
lag rain, was the unusual fato of a
party of Medford campers consist
ing of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Downc,
Mrs. John Banks and E. O. Burgess,
who left Sunday for a motor trip to
Diamond lake. Tho party returned in
a car dispatched to their relief. '
1 BEND, Oct. 12. A total of SS29
was paid by Deschutes county. In
bounties on wild animals last month,
it was state dat the office of tho
county clerk. On 133 coyotes, fr2G
was paid, and on two bob cats, $4.
. ROSBURO, Oct. 12. The body
ot Private Roy A. Smith who died at
St. Nazalre, France, arrived In this
city and was burled with full mill
tary honors Sunday afternoon.
SAYS ARCHER IS '
BERKELEY, Cal.. Oct; JI.7-II11r.t-Ing
with bow and arrows Is more
sportsmanllko than with a gun, Dr.
Baxton T. Pope, San Francisco stu
dent of archery, said ln,a recent talk
before University of California stu
"With a gun all you have to do
Is to pull tho trigger and the gun
does the rest, whllo with the bow
and arrow It Is all up to yqu," the
Dr. Pope, In his talk, told of his
recent trip to tho Ycllowstnn nat
ional park, where be killed several
grizzly bears with a bow and urrow.
Ho used an, old English long-bow
and a cloth yard arrow.
EAGLE LOST AMONG
CANYONS OF CITY
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. IS.
Downtown street canyons of a big
city recently were found by a young
eagle to be different from the gorg
es ot the bird's natlvo niouutalns.
Tho bird, apparently fresh from the
hills, became lost In the mare of
streets here and flew Into pool room
where It perched on a table and made
a vicious but futile fight against rap
ture. The owner of the pool room
threw a sack over the bird's head
and said holntonded -to give It to tho
Golden Oato park zoo. The nsglo
wclgehd six pounds and was of gray
and brown coloring.
Not only has science limitations.
but when pitted against lovo moth
er love It can only flguro In a hope
lessly Inferior position "Tho Fortune
Toller," tho Robertson-Cole Super
Special starring Majorlo Rambeau,
tho grcnt emotional actress, proves.
Tho photo-play, dlrcctod by Albert
Capellanl, and considered ono ot tho
finest stories ever filmed, will bo
shown at tho Liberty Wednesday,
FAIR I'RIZKH MAILED
SALEM, Ore., Oct. 12. Emmott
Bancroft, alias 'Nell Hart, who plead
ed guilty recently to tho murder ot
Til Taylor, late shorlft of Umatilla
county, will bo tho 20th man to hang
In Oregon state prison for tho com
mission of the gravest offonse under
the criminal statutes of this state.
Hart will die In the execution cham
ber of the local penitentiary on tho
morning of Novomber 5.
UNIVERSITY OF OREOON, Eu
gene, Oct. 12. Tuesday 1293 books
were Issued from the library, a
record day. Not sines October 21,
1919, when 1124 volumes ware
Issued to students and' faculty mem
bers, has such a "run of business"
been knows. During the past three
days the number of Cooks Issued has
averaged 1216 per day.
The Ganges Is constantly changing
There are 12,000,000 negroes in
he United' SUtes.
Checks nro being mailed today to
winners o fprlzes at tho rqcent coun
ty fair, Frank Sezton, Hecrutary of
tho fair board announces. All of
tho checks will g oout within tho
noxt two or three days.
The first big meeting of the winter season will
be held f
WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 13
AT MOOSE HALL
Important business meeting, followed by large
class initiation. Members are urged., to be present.
All visitinir brothers will be warmly welcomed.
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334 S. SIXTH STREET
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BODENHAMER BROS.. Props.
Blankets, comforters, bedding on
sale at K. K, K. store's Harvest solos.
15 less than regular price. 11-10
Mothers you can buy boy's suits,
overcoats Macklnaws at 20 less
than the, regular prices at K, K. K.
store's Harvest sales. 11-10
Two General Electric
35 H. P. Motors
Biff Pines Lumber Company
flowing at the.
An All-Comedy Bill
' ROBERT WARWICK
A Picture Full of Fun.
Four Reels of Other Good Comedies
A BIG BILL
VJES' CALL ME JIM."