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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 26, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
TUK8DAY, OOTOBKR M, 1IW0
PERSONAL MENTION f
tlimrgii I, McU,.Jiwul(ir at Imvmi
port', IniN ruliirnuil from Hun I'nin
cIhcii, whom ho wan raMml liv tlm
dmith oMiIh nothur, Mm. Clirlntlnnii
Mtitx. lli wah ulmciil (on iluyx, Mm,
Mot wnn struck liy a tolling brick In
the "AUthqunku or ItlOtt anil had
iilncn lioun nn liivatlil.
John Moorn or Detroit, Michigan,'
arrived Innt night nnd I vlnlUng hi
coualn, Ham llolilln. Mr. Monro it my
mnko hi homo burn In Ihn future.
Joo Miller wu In (own thU morn
ing rrom Modoc Point attending to
matters or buslnuM.
Crushed rock U bolnfsprond on
Washington street thli 'woek and
grading la nearly completed and curb
log Untitled on Conner avenue.
TIimo two ntreot will cunlly bo fin
jibed before winter.
Thbrn will be a meeting of the
Amnrlcnn loglon, lit tho City llAll
tonight. It U urged thnt all mem
tyr bo pronont to help with the bus
iness to bo taken up at thin time.
Niwm him been rucolved by Iriond
or the miirrlngu at llalnvllle, Mon
tuna, or Mm. K, J, Mngglnl aad Chen-
ter Kldo, rancher or thnt place. Mr.
Hldo Is a trained nurso nnd apont
ruivnral iiMinth In mining In Klu
math KhIIh litnt spring.
Friends havii received word or the
birth or n on lo Mr. and Mr. Har
old V. Wygant or Klamath Fall. The
viit occurred at Hnlom. Mr. Wy
ant I In the employ or the atatu
highway commUnlon bore.
A Itatlowe'cn party, to which tho
candidate are moat cordially Invited
will bo hold Baturday, October 30,
at Keno, The achool home I a be
the acone or thl party and a batket
supper will be servod.
Otto Kill, or Centrnlln, Washing
ton, baa arrived to take a position
with the Western Union company
hero, lie I taking Mr. Ron Held
In' place which wn vacated when
ho. accepted a poiltlon wltb the" Kla
math Btato bank.
John lloyle, engineer for tho California-Oregon
Power company, loft
thl morning for Han Francisco
on a flylnic business trip.
J, it. Hliomoro U a business rill
tor hero rrom Fort Klamath. ,1
Mr. and Mr. I A. Itlchardiun,"
Krank Obenchaln ,and daughter,
Marie, are vliltor In the city todny
rront their ranches In the Illy cys
J. T. Ilalley 1 In town from MW
doel today attending to business mat
tor. A. A. Whltlatcb I a county soat
visitor today rrom hi ranch at
llobnd Lake. '
Auatln lUyden loft on a buslnoaa
trip' to Ilonania th morning. "
Mr. aad Mm. W. C. Dalton apent
yesterday la tha city from Malln.j
,Mr. Charles PlckeU was a Kla
math Fall vliltor yesterday after
boob, from her home at Merrill;"
Mr. and Mr. McNary, who have
bean (pending the summer at Pell
can, Ilay, left tbla morning rrom here
for their borne In Medrord.
T. N. Cunningham purchased sup
pllea Irom Klamath Kail merchant
yeaterday for bl ranch at Pine
Ollle Howard I In town ror a row
day rrom Illy on matter of busl
nea. Mr. and Mr. J. F. dribble, n for
eat ranger ror hn Crutor Lake dis
trict, came In rrom Hock Point yes
terday and will leavu aoon for Med
ford where be will ipend the win
ter. Jama doldthwalte Jr. la In town
from Cblloquln for a brief vlilt. Ha
I a guest at the Whlto Pelican ho
tel. Jarncn Hilton of the local police
forco, I fforlng from an nltnck of
lumbago, and Ih only able tp gel
about' with, tho nso or a cane..
Mr. J. F. Orlbblo. "a for
happy parent of a baby girl born
yesterday. Dr. A. A. Houlo was In
tendance ill 1110 oirin, -1 j 4,
SO SO FOR
1 die her
Tho community llarvwt dinner
which wilt bo thu big activity or me
Klninulli county rliumbor of com
corco for thl iwook bid fair to bo
tho biggest ovont over held In Kla
math county. Plan- nro being rap
idly comploted ror tho big affair and
dm rnilnwlnir iiioinbom or tho chain-
lior or coinmcrco hnvo signed up to
attend with n gueHt:
W. II. Mnon, K. 8. Honry, Don
iini.iinr k. T. Luttdon. Hurt C. Thorn-
a, Ho Nlckowon, A. U I.eavltt,
Arthur It. Wilson, J. K. Kelloy, A. n.
Collins, W. M. Duncan, W. B. Wlloy,
v. 11 iinll. T n. Wntters. W A.
Wlest, K. M. Cbllcote, D. M. flmlth,
I J. Dean, lh u, U. Btownrt, w. a.
Delsell, W. O. Smith, O. C. I.oren.
O. D. Burke, J. Percy V1I, J. E.
Howlo, T. L. Stanley. A. J. Voyo,
Copt. Slemons. n. II. Dunbar, Jnmca
Drlscoll, h. U Hrownoll, P. 8. Popo,
Paul Lambert, Leslie Hogcrs, Kd
.Wl Vannlce, Will naldwln. A. A.
Dellman, Fred A. Houston, Van Hell
on, B. H. Ream. A. U Wlshnrd H, a
Smith, H. N. Moo, W. H, McNenly,
flaoiwa Walton, W. T. Lee, and M.
Tata give ua over, half of the, re
quired number algned up at'the pre
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We Have Just Received
a New Shipment of
":: Washing 5
There are only iix (6) of these machines in this shipment, and they will not last long, if past, sales are
any indication. v
One of the "Easy Vacuum" machines is set up in the store, and we are very glad to demonstrate it for you
at any time. In this way you are able to sec how much longer your clothes will wear if given into the care of
an "Easy." -
The "Easy Vacuum" Electric Washer Is Different!
The "Eay" Washer differs in appearance and washing principle from other washing machines and washes
clothes clean and rapidly by air pressure and suction. J
The two .vacuum cups, or plungers, force the soapy water through the mesh of the garments without' fric
tion or, rubbing. These double vacuum suction cups move up and down 60 times a minute and change positions
automatically. They work alv the clothes in every part of the tub. " '
It .! J . m. ' ! t- J m. m. . 1 a. n j" -k
i nis ipic.uioa creates vigorous water rorce wnicn aire cannot resiifTna.at tne same nine' action is so
gentle as not, to iiijrure the most delicate fabrics, as there is no draggingbr Jerldng .of the domes., '
The trEay" Washer is 97 per cent metal. .,,.-"',.
If an electric washer, simple, easy to operate and to understand and of. extraordinary wasliing.ecteftcy is.
desired, there is none superior to the "Etuy" ' ,? ' ' .
A Robbins &. Myers or General Electric motor is used to operate : the "Easy."
The Wringer, is a real labor-saver. It revolves in either direction,(vand is adjustable to any position. The
rollers will last indennately and the tension lean be regulated with a minimum of trouble. The. tub ' is solid
The "EASY VACUUM" Will Not Eliminate AH the Work from Yow Washing, Bnt It WiD Make It Far Easier
The "Eay Vacuum" or any other piece' of machinery cannot take all the work from washing a tub of
clothes ! But it doet take die rub om the work and the effects of the rub from your clothing! Think of tne
wear your clothing must withstand if subjected to a hard rubbing once a week! Fully a Uiird of the wearing
quality of most clothing which is washed regularly is rubbed out i na. tub! That extra wear would soon pay
.for the !? afy.
Still Sold At the 0dr Price, $J 75.00
? ''Tho the price of the "Eeasy" has advanced to $185.00 in the large city stores, we are still selling them at
the old orice $175.00. They arvanced in price a very short time ago, and may possibly go higher still, but
j we will sell them at the old price at least until our present stock is exhausted.
LET US DEMONSTRATE THE "EASY VACUUM" FOR YOU TODAY
BOYS' AEROPLANES FREE!!
Next Saturday Afternoon, between 2 and 4 o'clock, we are going to give away 100 "Junior Scout" Mono
planes! We have only 100 of these planes, and the first 100 boys who are here will get them!
If you want one, come to the store between 2 and 4 o'clock, next Saturday afternoon. (
THEY'RE DAfilDY FLIERS! YOU WANT ONE!
and, a vory llvo tlmo Is expected
by all who attend. Sign up at tho
chniubo ror commerco a one It you
wish a plate reserved.
Tbla dinner la being given by 100
Klamath Fella chamber ot commerce
member to 100 Invited guests rrom
the country tributary to the ctly, and
la being prompted with he idea ot
bringing about a bettor spirit ot co
operation between city and county.
AMHTKHDAM HAS 847,ll!ft
AM8TEIIDAM, Oct. 26, Tho pop
ulation ot Amsterdam, according to
latest rigures Just announced, Is
Experiments have shown, that ruoro
eggs will hatch it the hen la sot when
the niloon la new, or very close tq
that "period; and that tue young
ehlcka hatched at that time will be
stronger and miore vlgoroua. and will
aattatt eHUal efcua .at will
grow mora rapidly. On tho other
hand, chicks hatched when tlioro Is
no moon are often more weakly, and
do not make such srtrong and vig
orous towls, nor are they such good
Lobstera can be hypontlzed by
stroking their backs. When under
the "stroking" Influence ithey will
atand on their heada or talis, and
only on being thrown into tho water
will they regain their habitual fer
Eight hundred egge, eighty pounds
ot flour and sixty-five pounds of
sugar wore among the Ingredients
used to make a, mammoth cake which
was presented, to the founder of the
Ban Francisco local ot the United
Commercial Travelera at the recent
allver Jubilee celebration ot ttat org'
anlsatloa. The oake wS;.13,.feet In
circBwrereace ma weigaed io
In so mo ot the out-of-the-way rurall
districts In Knglund tho people have
a superstitutlous belter that ointment
should novor bo applied with the
first finger, as that finger is venomous.
Pearls, like pooplo, have a habit
of growing ill, and tho outward ex
pression ot their illness is a sick
yellow color. This may beprevented,
say experts, by continually wearing
the pearls next to tho skin.
By means of the crescograph, a
device Invented by Sir Jagadla Chan
dra Doso, an Indian savant, a num
ber of scientists In London have been
able to watch a plant growing, and
"atudy beating ot 'what in vegetable
life corresponds to the heart of an
IWhllA fiA iutv rant mnm malA chil
dren die of consumption than te
faaIeav..S5 pet. more glrU die ot
TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY
AT MOOSE HALL
New Music by X
BUDDIE'S ORCHESTRA . $
"The Jazz Artists Supreme"
Straight Admission ' Everyone Welcome
Returns of the
i REED-RJTCHIE FIGHT ,
I Round by Round, at Medford. will be an
I nounced at Thursday Night's dance) M