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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
tuhsdav, NOvninr.n 30, nwo
7HE PARlASW 5H0P
BIG REDUCTION SALE OF ALL
Will sell all my slock of Fall Hats at great
ly reduced prices.
Your choice of any Hat
'$4.95 AND $5.95
Children's Hats, Choice
$1.50 AND $2.00
This sale will last one week only,
beginning Wednesday, December 1st
THE PARISIAN SHOP
Ft. Klamath Man
On Trip; Bramwcll
Gets Bag of Geese
(Portland Orugmilmi )
(luy A. I.nwton Is lit tlio Imperial
from I''irt Klniinlli, vlilcli ilocim't
iiiiiiin iinvfliliif fn mfiHt fif thn nrriHRMt
Itmiunitlons of Oruftoulans, In other
day's wlion (ho MoiIdon MiDilit I'nclo
Ham's Jinny to 11 standstill In Hid Invu
buds, Kurt ICIainiitli, n tit til t n ry pout
In thn Klimmtli Imtlnn rosorvnllori,
broKo Into Mm rront paso or nil 1110
iiiiwHtiiitnrH nf din tuition. Ciililaln
Jack 11 nil (illmr Idiidor of tliu Modoc
with uxi'ctituri nnil linrli'il lit For I
Klamath. I' or yimm riiiiio or mo
riii:iilnr nrmy soldlcs stiitlouud Micro
used to M'lll IiIIn of ropii to visitors,
assuring tho tendorfmt that thn ropu
nan Mm lilonllcul ono with which
Ciiptnln .luck wnii haiiKnd.
With tinoiiRh kvc to kci'p hlrn In
fooit for months anil a very bnd colli,
Frank (' HruiiiwHI of firnnts Pan
him ri'turnnil from n trip to Klamath
county Mr llrntnwrll. rnshlcr of a
bank at (Irants rain, In registered at
tlm llottil OrcRon. For thrro days
nnil thrco nlKhts there was Incessant
rain anil llr. llnimwiill hnil to llvo
out ami nli'i'P out ilurltw: tho storm.
Tliln accounts for tho cold which al
umni loft hi in speechless. Tho Reuso
woro no plcntlfn Ithnt ho hnd no
trouhlo In hnKKlnR thn limit and tho
hlrd iinrn now In cold storage.
609 Main Street
Order Your Suit Now
! i Price of Woolens have been reduced Per-
' ' feet fit guaranteed. Prompt delivery.
j; Your inspection invited.
CHAS. J. CIZEK,
si'i'tivci i.aki: mtirri.vcK
Thn (pftrhrr and pupils of tho
Hprlnj; Uikn school jjavo a small pro
rtramo ami haskiit nodal Hntunlny
night Thn Intake! sold well, tho
net proceed being HD.
Mr. and Mm. Frank Stewart spent
Hunilny with Mr. and Mm. dus 1 111
ynril Miss Hilda Chaso visited on Fri
day with Mlsi l.ucllln Stewart.
Mr and Mm Arthur BehnMner
and daughter l'aullno woro visitors
at thn Do I'ny Inimo Sunday.
National Weather Strip
Tho National weather strip may
still ho Installed thin yoar If order
nrn nlnrnit Itninedlatclr Mr. Col
lier, statu agent, who left for Ilcnd
Saturday, loft behind him Mr. J. IV.
Ilakur. who I placing tho weather
strip on several of tho homo In tho
city- Ho will bo Kind to call and
explain It many advantaRC to those
who may bo Interested. It noror
wear out, will pay for Itself In tho
fuol It avc and ntrord o much
comfort by tho shutting uot of cold
and dust that you would not glvo It
up for ten time tho cost. Order
left at Tho Herald orTico will bo de
livered to Mr. linker. Ask tboso
fortunate enough to have Installed
this, weather strip what they think
of It; then phono In your request
forTilr. Ilakor to call. 30-1
AT Tilt: MIICHTV TIIUATIli:
Onrgo Walsh, tho biff, brawny
nthlolo of tlirt film, ha added to
hi many successes In "Tho IJoad
I. Inn," which play tonight at tho
I'uiil If. H Ion no ha written ft
corking drama -tolling tho story of
tho real "power behind tho throne"
of illicit moonnhlno hIIIIh located In
tho mountain of Kentucky H'h
tho kind of story strong men llko.
It iniikdH a big appeal to mothers,
and tlin young folk are thrilled
with thn prowess displayed by thn
star. Director Doll Henderson has
spared no pains In making this tho
best of thn popular Walsh pictures
tovo and tlio oil beenmo Ignited. Tlio
flamo shot Into his face, and In
attempting to extinguish them hi
hand and arms woro burned. .
UI3DMONI), Nov. 30. Tho fac
tory building of tho Redmond Juni
per Manufacturing company 1 com
pleted and tho machlnory I alt la
plftca, It I announced, Officer of thn
company wired for an oxport to visit
tho plant nnd ot tho say proporly
that tho mnklng of tho Junlpor pcn
ell slat may begin.
"1'p In Mary's Attle," tho comedy
ibi luxo feature, tho attraction at tho
Liberty theatro tofnorrow, Is a thrill
ing and amusing story of high Jinks
In a girls' seminary with thn mlrth
provoklng Incident and tho 'melodra
matic thrill brought out by a No-
rak, Harry Drlbbon, a captivating
baby, and a bevy of htautlc
I OREGON BREVITIES I
WH.I.OW HIMtlNOS, Nov 30
On Katnrdny night or Sunday somo
malicious person opened tho pot
cock to tho nil tank on tho Peltier-
homer orchard and allowed 3,000
gallon of mudgo oil to run out.
Thero havo been other cases of mis
chief and petty thievery In tho neigh
borhood and ranchers aro prepared
to defend tho property.
PORTLAND, Nov. 30. Albert
Magnuior was fined $200 and James
Gustation 150, after they had been
convicted In tho municipal court Fri
day on a charge of violating tho pro
hibition law Iloth men wero ar
rested In a resldcnco at tho corner
of Park and Oak strrct by Serg
eant Shad and Patrolman Fair, who
found thrco pint of moonshine which
(Sustafson endeavored to pour Into a
sink when tho police entered.
Mi:i)FOItD. Nov. 30. Tho Med
ford football eleven burled tho jinx,
which ha hung to tho local high
school for year on tho Ashland
gridiron Thanksgiving day, when
thoy swamped tho lied and White
23 to 0 In one of tho lest games over
witnessed by southern Oregon people.
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PORTLAND, Nov. 30. Albert
Wing paid 141 In salaries for 18
special Juror becnuso he changed his
mind about having a Jury trial. Wing
was charred with driving a motor
truck while Intoxicated, and was
given a C0day Jail scntenco by Mu
nicipal Judgo Rossman. .After calling
for a Jury ho decided not to use It
nnd pleaded guilty bctoro Circuit
Ljudgo Staplcton. He was fined ISO
and compelled to pay the costs.
, jbr clean oil in a clean engine
ieo motoring puhlic. has hem
quicn w appremuu:
OUR new Modem Crank
case Cleaning Service for
motorists has won immediate
come to us for Modern Crank
case Cleaning Service since our
first announcement last week.
Itshows that motorists want
to maintain their cars In per
fect running condition, clean
and well lubricated, and that
they appreciate a service that
does the work for them
thoroughly and quickly for a
nominal charge. It saves them
the trouble, time and inconven
ience of doing this necessary
bat dirty work themselves.
Mo automobOs can operate
h beet when lubricated with
dirty oil, diluted with fasoline.
Fresh oil added to the old dirty
oil docs not help much. The
engine and crankcase should
be flushed clean at frequent in
terval regularly. It is 'the
The garages listed below are
now equipped to do this work
thoroughly and quickly for a
nominal charge, and in tho
modern way using Calol
agent and refilling with
Zerolene of the correct grade
for your car.
This treatment given onot
to vour ensrine will result is
fairrwItMe better perfymance,1
Dona regularty n wju lengineei
4VSav rkfaglenmnr ee
UNION TAXI CO.
Baggage called for
and delivered. We
have open and closed
cars for our patrons.
Wc go any place any
G. E. WASHBURN
Construction Work of any kind.
No Job too largo or too small.
Estimates furnished froo of
i The remaining stock of Hats will be offered
for 25. 33V3 and 50 off regular
ALL TRIMMED HATS
ortmos CITY. Or.. Nov. 30.
Ror. Andrew Jackson Josslyn, one
of tho well-known pioneer ministers
of Oregon, whoso homo Is at Canby,
Or., was seriously burned about tho
hnmls. arm and fa co on Thursday
afternoon whllo ho was attempting
to clean a clock with kerosene Her.
Mr. Josslyn was standing near tho
'ALL BEAVER HATS
ALL UNTRIMMED SHAPES
At regular prices our Hats were considered
reasonable; how they are Bargains.
THE WOMEN'S HAT CENTER
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DANNER-PATTY MOTOR CO.
- WIMER & SON E. A. PAGE
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