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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 22, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Mrs. J. R Mortnii unit children
loft this mornltiK fur t, W,orn
limy will npmitl ttm wlnior, Mr,
Mortdin (.ft HDinii Uiiiu iikj iiml tlmy
will join him.
Mm. A. II. MntlluiWH, who tin Ihmii
hero visiting luir lirotlinr, Cliurli-s
urny, for Hid punt fw wuults, left
for tmr hoinn In KtiKi'iin Ihln morn
liiK. Chli'f Hi H, Wilson, J. A. MrCitlvy
nnil A. (I. AU'iul, who hiivn burnt nwoy
on mi nxti'iiiloil hunlliiK trip In Wood
ruff MwmIuws, riliirnci) homo Wod
rimilny wllh onn buck imch In proof
of tholr kooiI iniirkiimniihlp.
Mr. iiml Mm. Frank Courtniln ruivii
niiivml Into town from Odctmu.
Mrs, V, Mcllrlflo of Ornnt's Pass,
who urrlvt'i! ThiiMiliiy to attund to
iimttrrs.of lnmliicHN, roturnud to her
homo this morning;.
Ilyron llardvnbruok anil Dr. K. 0.
Wliflcnrvcr returned Inst night from
Merrill, whnro thuy spent thu tiny
C. V. Ilotmv was u visitor In Mil
I'rufii.Hor V. W. Wler. who him
been hiri testing noil, lft for 0k
Intnl. California, thin mornlnK.
AIM, Clyde IlrandcnhurK wan u
pawieimflr on thn mornlnK irnln
bounil for Medtord, whnro Hhn will,
visit Mr. IlramlcnhiirR'N relatives,
I.ntor n'u niny ku on to Hnjom nnil
Mrn. V I! (llmhorKiir In a visitor
In Kliiiiiuili nil from I'lno llldno.
Mm. Jnck Vlllalr In unothor visitor
linru from I'ltin Itliln. Hhu In regis
torod at tlia Whlto I'ollrnri hotel,
Mm, Initio IIoIiIin eumi) Into town
yimloriliiy from Algumii for n brief
Mm, I,. 0. Hlsemoro In horn for a
fow diiyii from hur homo ut Fort
It. H. Dixon rainn ilown from Fort
Klumnth yesterday to attend to mut
ton of business horn.
Irving Kuntonon, a lumberman
from Ivun, Is horo for a fow dny
looking nflor business.
A murriuKU license wan Imiuud yon
tordny afternoon to Karl Korn huti'
dy and Kannlo I.ymlul Houston, of
Mr. mid Mm, Frank McCnrnack
wero In from their ranch on tho Up.
ixr Iikn thin morning.
Hhlrlny Wallticn arrived Into yon-,
tordny from Fort Klamath and will
pond a fow dayii with friend In
Vornn McClollan wan n county
Mnt vltltor from IiIh homo on tho
Merrill rond yesterday afternoon.
Word htis boon rocolvod horo that
MIm Ooruldln.i Walt, who li attend
Inic tho Unlerslty of Inland Htan-
ford, Jr., haw Joined PI Ilolo Phi, a
women's national frntornlty.
Mlnnlo Wulkar wmi a city visitor
from Modoc Point yestorday.
Mm. Ilunrluttn Maiion left this
morning for Portland, after an ex
tetulod visit hero.
Kay Tolhot and Ilamon Million,
sheepmon from tho Olcno country
fort yesterday for Htockton, Cullfor
nln, whoro they will upend tbo win
ter. Mr. and Mm. I). U. Iawton and
(luy liwton wero In town yutiierday
from Fort Klamath attendlnic to busi
Hay Frouor of Hunnnra wan In
(own thin afternoon on business.
It. Kdincndn enmo In from Chllo
quln Innt evening and npeni today
looking after business.
dllNKHK (Jlltl, FI.YKK
KIM,HI NKAIt H. P.
MENU) PAItK, Cal., Oct. 22.
Francon Leo, Chlncso girl itudcnt
avlatrlx, wun killed yesterday In
GETTING READY FOR
RED HOT SERVICE
Hot stuff served hot will bo avail
able for thona whoso painted cravo
tickling at timed by such dlihcn an
chile con curnc, tamalcn, cncfillados
and other tropical combination,
when tho now steam table, now un
der Installation, li completed nt tho
Naturally the Bpanlsh dishes will
not bo alono on tbo menu. There-' will
be chicken and meat pics, bouillon
and many other edible covering tho
complete range of dietary discre
tion or Indiscretion, If tho reader
The talilo wit Ibo connected with
tbo city itcam plant and bo sizzling
hot at all time. 8o will the foods,
and It In expected that It will make a
hit with after thoatro crowd and
luncheon parties during the win'
The tablo will be Installed o'n the
lunch counter side of the, cafo and
Is expected to bo ready for servlco
In nbout two weeks.
"Tho patron demand It,"
amendment, North Dakota women"
will bo privileged In November to
voto for all candidate and on all
questions. Hcrotoforc, women In thl
stuto wero permitted to voto for su
perintendent of public Instruction.
North Dakota election law, accord
ing to Attorney General William
Langor, Is such as to mnka the oper
ation of tho fedora! suffrngo amend
ment effectlvo In thl state without
tho necessity of rc-convcnlng the
POLITICS ANII PIK, AH
CHUAI,, (JO TfHJETIIKM
Tho fall of tho year I open Reason
for candidate and plo socials and
they Just naturally go together. ' Ml.
Lnkl pcoplo are holding a pic social
and candidates' meeting In tho
church Saturday evening, October
23. All ladle attending aro asked
to bring cako or sandwiches and all
candidates aro expected to be thero
Thero Is another social scheduled
said 'or nolt wceIc al Lono '''nG and It '"
Hereafter tho Herald wilt publish
:he mean and maximum tempera
lures' and preclpltatloa record as tak
on by the U. 8. Reclamation service
station. Publication will covor (ha
day previous to the paper's Issue,
to S o'clock of that Uy.
ti .,.i. ,.. j i., reported that tho pie will be sold
Jumping from a falling airplane. - -' ' according to the weight of the lady
John Courtney, pilot of tbo muchlno ,.,, , , h, ., who baked them. Pine Grove In
In which Mlsn Iaio was riding, was
critically Injured when tho piano hit
A CUMlfJea Ad will Mil It.
N. II. WOMKN VOTK
FAnOO, N. D., Oct. 22. ny
ratification of tho federal suffrage! October 29
another community Interested ' In
what their candidates are offering'
and In order to get acquainted with
the them a pie social will be given there
Ma. Mrn. elpltatloa
Oct. 1 4G 40
Oct..l.. 61 40
Oct. 2 .64 , 43 '
Oct. 3 .'.' '71-33
Oct. 4 76 37
Oct. S 66 43 '
Oct. ..'. 66 43 19 '
Oct. 7. . 06 30
Oct. 8 6I ' .17
Oct. 9...'. 68-' 40
Oct. 10J 69 , 43
Oct, 11 51 40 15
Oct. 12......:. 46 33
Oct. 13 51 24
Oct. 14 62 ' 29 12.
Oct. 15. 15 47 32
Oct. 16 46 23
Oct. 17...J... 45 31
Oct. 18 40 30
Oct 18 . 41. 33 38
Oct. 20...i 52 26 '
Oct. 21...1.. 55 30
Tomorrow's the Last Day, So Youll Have to Hurry
Tomorrow will be the Greatest Sale Day of all. We have
made special preparation for this last day and
WE INTEND TO BREAK All RECORDS
We have gone through the entire stock and made -deeper cuts. In fact, our
prices are so low that we defy competition to meet them.
Ancf COME IN THE MORN
ING if possible, for it is the
Don't Fail to Be Here Saturday
policy of K. SUGARM AN to give our patrons the best of service when possible
during the great sale days.
These Are the Great
" I A'INT MAD AT NOBODY "
We Mill net! wonderful
(Thei-okro Blanket n Ions;
mi the)' laol, Friday nnd
A NpecUI "lot of Men's
Hwcatrr CoU of very Ane
quality. In the now Mouse
rolo.-j they should sell for
4.001 on nJp HATUHUAY
A lot of Men'M "Trench"
Twill Flannel Shirts, regu
lar 91.73, on Knto Saturday
only. IJmit thi-re
We wlU sell Mrn'n Cottou
SwcAten, In Grey, Navy and
Ital only; nil Uxcn, uhlle
they last; limit oue to rus
Entire Stock of
'Trunks and v
ENTIRE STOCK OF
ThU in n uveal one Mrn'a
Fleece' r,( IJhmI Two Flece
Vndcnviar, to bo sold nt
this nalo, limit two nuIIn to
n rUNtoniiTi narnient
ENTIRE STOCK OF
ENTIRE STOCK OF
SATURDAY, 8 A.M. to 4 P. M. Only
We will sell Men'a flue grade
Ifoslrry that ncIIm regular
for Sffc, In nil coloro and
mIs'n; limit H palrit to cus
tomer; M pairs for
Men's Heavy Wool Mixed
Box, In assorted colors, will
be Mold with a limit of four
palm to n customer; two
pairs for tWc; pair
A wonderful lot of Men's
Drews Khlrts, in all sixes,
very fluent material mid
come in all sizes. They
ahouId,Nvll for S4.S0; now at
We will sell, mm Ions; as they
last, a wonderful WOOL
Union 8ult. This Kurniejfl
contains about 83 wool
and is considered an all
wool garment; regular price
is S0.OO; at this sale for
A dandy line of Men's Mack
inaw the kind that keep
the cold out; they should
Mill for great deal wore,
but 'they go out for Friday
and Haturday for '