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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 30, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
TUEHDAY, NOVE.hU.fcH 00, 1030.
ot..Anni:m .hvwim- cmiii micitth
Urn1, ' Jnlm Nutul will riitir7iilii tho
IU.vAniiin Hewing suololy on Thiir
tluy (itU-mooti at titir liouiu All fin
UUoil articles for tlm Imraar should
bo-hondod In nt this limn, 30-1
HAND LAUNDRY. (121
Anil shoo In Dm store at 20 loss
(linn than regular prim this wcnk at
IC. K. K. store. 29-G
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tinjijmi'il u II nnnriririnri -infi. -.r.r.n.i 1.1 1.1 i.n. 'i. 'i.riri n "n iir ' ----------------,----
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Nrl every happy and Joyou family bare good taustc 1a
Thtrr.Vlctrola tiiu dona morn to educate and enlertala to the
pmn than all other musical Instrument combined.
.Make- UiIb. year' Christina Olft one that will brine Joy 1
all' lbs ffatnlly make tbli a Muilcal Christmas Day a Vlclrola.
rTtrsni-f( n wosth up.
KARL SHEPHERD CO.
! Piano; Records, Victrolas'
9th and Maim
qQuy. Garrett, Mgr.
Get runder ccover Sxii a large outside room,
withodeanlbccls and low rates. Stove heat
Steam !heat'bcing installed now. Also
Latest .Magazines, Newspapers and
Periodicals. Come here for your Daily
Big new stock .of Cigars, Cigarettes and
Tobacco. Come here for your smokes
9th and Main
Rowing at tfie.
Xl L C
Norma Talmadge in
"SHE LOVES AND LIES"
A rollicking comedy drama with
Norma Talmadge in the most pleas
ing role of Her career.
A baby tflrl wos born today to
Mr. and Mm. "Win. 1. Ilotllnghom of
613 Washington stroot.
Mrit. 3dhn Noud "will entertain
tlio HI. Agnes Bowing society on
Thursday afternoon at hor noma.
All finished article for tbn baxnar
should b0 turned In at thin meet
ing. Ituilolf Kllma of Matin made
liomcutentl proof today before Coun
ty Clerk C. 11. Dolap. Mr. Kllma
ban a homestead In tbo Tula Lake
J. K. llratton ban returned from
llnrknlny, California. Mr, llratton
and tho bay will remain thorn un
til tho close of tho school year.
W. It. Hcott, who ha boon cm
ployed, by tho California-Oregon
7'owor company during tho iiunimcr,
left this morning for Yroka, whom
bo 'expects to work his mine there
this winter Ho wm accompanied
by Horry McCharles, who will bo
In tho California city for a few daya
on matter of business.
Osorgo Offleld drove Into town
yestorday afternoon from bli ranch
at 'Merrill to look after business.
Mrs. Marlon Nino waa a city Ws
Itor yesterday from tho Nine Lum
ber company's camp at IMno Ororo.
Mr! J. Vlllarl I a Klamath Fall
visitor thli week from IMno Tlldgo,
She la atopplng at the Whlto Pell
"William lagen a business tls
Itor In tho city from Chlloquln.
Hugene Robertson arrived ihe laat
of tbo week from Seattle, where be
ha besn for the pant few month,
and left Sunday for Uonanta to Join
bl wife, who wa MIm Inez Kill
goro before her marriage tbla fall.
Mr. sad Mm. J. O. Ooldthwatte
re herti from Chlloquln this week
and are guest at tbo White Pell
can hotel, i
Mm. V. L. Folk, of tho Modoc
Lumber company, I a county et
builneu visitor today from the
C. A. Malone, of the California
Oregon Power company, arrived laat
night from Han Frsnclsco.
Out A Page I In town today
from Fort Klamath Ou la one of
county high school football team
the Old-tlmn heroes of tbo Klamath
Edward Hum braved tho snow
In tho mountain and came Into
town from Crater Lake yctcrfloy.
C. II. Underwood, of the Under-
-wood pharmacy, I the proud owner
of a brand now scn-pasong.r
llulck automobile. The deal wa
made through tbe Lout Homeland
Mr. and Mr. Henry Depny made
trip to town-ycterday from their
ranch on tbe Midland road to pur
ehaao supplies 'from ' Klamath Pall
merchants. , j
K. T. Hese'ltine transacted bu
Inti here yesterday aftornoon from
hi ranch home on tbe Merrill road.
Frank Moorland and wife expect
to Icavo for San Franclico tomorrow
t morning for n couple of week'
Ipleasuro and butlnes trip.
Mr. Walter Mundy 1 a late or
'rival at tho White Pelican hotttl
'from Mcdford. Sho I hero to tako
chanto of tbo Vlctrola and record
department of tbo Karl Shepherd
K. North ha returned from Port
land, whern ho vlilted bl parent,
Mr. ami Mr. W. XI. 'North, for a
Percy 'Grind, accompanied by hi
nlnlor, M(s Mnrjorle, left this morn
ing for tho Crliex I.umbur com-
J'tpaiiy'a ciunp near llonumu.
Kinanuri iiuuncr is ripcciru
flown from Kort Klamath Into to
Otiy, wberu ho lias been putting up
buy nml tnaln for rnntlnstn In that
dIMrlct this lummor and fall.
If oil n II. Fought, n ranclmr In tbo
Klamath bni.ln, wn a county scat
visitor yesterday afternoon.
A marrlago llcensu was Iwiucd
yosterday to Atvln Ileus aittl MIm
Mndellno Carlson. Hath tiro resi
dents of Chlloquln.
Joe Avery It III at hi houi In
this city.. It was feared for a tlmu
that ht. might huvo an attack ol flu
I Mr. Wilkin nml son were ill
town yfistvrduy from Odessa. Mm
TTUkins returned lato last evenluK
nml hor son remained hero to at
Charles I.oiul wn In yestordny
I from Poo Volley, purchasing sup-
Mr. Illchnrd Geary .left tltla
inornliiK for (lladsone, n plnro
near Portland, where sho will ro
maln with hvr mother for tho rest
of the winter.
II. N. Moe ha returned from n
weok'a visit In San, Francisco, where
ho attendod to business connectod
with his dry goods store in this city.
Mr. arid Mrs. W. C. Dalton woro
In town yestorday from their ranch
near Malln, attending to business
nrnttor. Mr, and Mrs. Dalton hnvo
Just completed n new slxtcen-room
houso on tnelr ranch, which I a
jnodol of modern conveniences In
THE STORE OF QUALITY
PARTICULAR PEOPLE BUY
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M tXVlrt '
A.- .t . -r
tsi xiurxanu tttit t o rrT?nnj ,
1YJUH1IM.1 11 lSHJUJLO VTlViJUWll l$rjf7
WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE
BUV THEIR DRUGS
ay of a ranch bouse.
K-'A- Kallna. a prominent resident
M, Malln, waa In town lata' yestcr"
laay afternoon looking after affair
Jt,9ack Hamaker was a county teat
visitor from Bananza yesterday.
3. L. Miller of Chlloquln Is reg
istered at tbo White Pelican hotel
Orabam Klehl and Henry Stanley,
who havo been hero for tbo past
tew montni, leu tor ban uiego on
tie morning train. Mi. Klehl Is
Veil lenown In Klamath Falls, hav
ing graduated from tho high ichool
FOR KKNT Furnished room with
private family. Gentleman only.
431 Washington. Phone 273-R. 30-1
T TME 8TAK THEATRE -'
Norma Talmadge production are
always unusual. They must be, for
Norma, herself, Is unusual. Her
quaint and widely varied character
izations are at once tho surprise and
tbe 'delight of her thousands of ad
Many bavo asked why ihe. never
wn given the opportunity of demon
strating her very evident ability ns
a comedienne. The answer Is simpta
until of lato a suitable vehicle it
that typo hss.ncTer been found.
At last, bowever ,sbe Is to bo pre'
Bcntea i na comedy photoplay as
r-rt rt TT
dainty Ind plijuaift as her own sweet
self. Ano)tl3otlng 10TO stor7. ,
delicate as gossamer, has been rare-.
fully, -wevea: into the plot. Here and.
there tense dramatic toucboa have,
been 'added. ' Tbe oecasiosal sug
gestion of tears only serve tte more,,
to heighten appreciation of Ihe Joy
ous chuckles and hearty laughs
which follow In rapid succession,
"Sho Loves and Lies," a now Se
lect Special, Is the play and It will bo
presented at tbe Star theatre tonight,
20 oft on all men's suits, over
coats, dress shirts and shoes, K. IC
iK. Store. - 2-5
WANTED Furnished houso or
apartment. Cull 330-M. 30-1 I
WANTED A good placo for high
school girl to work for board ond '
room. Hox It. C. Herald. 30-1 I
FOR SALE Hcatr and
0007 High Cor., 9th.
On Wednesday, Dec. 1st, with eac'
$2.00 purchase we will sell 10 yards of lac
7c PER YARD
FOUND A ring on 4th St., call at
G9 Washington between C or 7 1
o'clock ovenlngs. 30-1 '
WANTED Sowing machines. Any
kind. Good nml Co. 100S Main St '
Opposlto post office. 301
Brandenburg's Dry Goods Stor
"Where the Ladies Shop"
FOH SALE String Instruments
Violins, guitars, mandolins. Hawa
iian instruments of all kinds. Snans.
Good ami Co. 100S Main St.. ounoslto
hnist offlco. 30
WANTED To buy threo or four
room houso nnd lot close In. Good
and Co. 1008 Main St., opposlto
Another big attraction you musl not
FOIt KENT D-room houso. Posses
sion at onco. Innulro at Central
Outfitting Co. 9th and Main St. 30
"THE FORBIDDEN THING
Tho Cyclo-StormogrnpU nt Un
Uorwood's Pharmacy, registered
qullo a sharp drop In prosauro
this morning, and Is still falling,
at 2 p. m.
Gcnoral forecast for noxt 24
"Cloudy, warmer, followod by
Good six room houso and half aero
of land along tho rivor where fruit
novor falls, at bargain prle of
$2500. A fine orchard and garden
tract goes with this place.
Modern seven room houso with
concrete foundation, bath, cabinet
iworK anu oig cornor lot only two
flllfvlra fflnt Mntn Cf nt n.liiA .
14750. Owner roqulres $2000 cash.
Tho rent from tho extra bedrooms
will pay for this place.
And wo particularly call your at
tention to a 40x110ft, corner nt 11th
and Main. Prlco only $10,000 on
A pleasuro to show nroDortv oven
during tho stormy days.
CHILCOTB & SMITH
633 Main St. 30
And shoo In tho storo nt 20 less
than than regular prlco this wook at
K. K. K. store. 29-5'
I LIBERTY THEATRf
"Always the Best for the Liberty Guest"
IMW',W"IW,MI" - irr'riruuuiTon.-i.T.T.T.
'w' TOOLE, On ner ROGEB D. TOIUtEy, Musical Direr
Athletic George Walsh in
"THE DEAD LINE"
A story of feuds and moonshine
mountains of Kentucky.
"UP IN MARY'S ATTIC"
tt A Force Comedy with
Capers and Cutlet), .
' liublcs and llcuutlitit
This In a poach-
11ESSIH HAltlUHCAI.E IN
"THE NOTORIOUS MRS. SANDS"
A Drniutv of High Society