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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 2, 1920)
THURMilT, DKCHMUKR 2, 1030.
SPECIAL PRICES AT K. K. K. STORE THIS WEEK
20't reduction on all men's suits and overcoats, full
dress suits not included.
reduction on all shoes and rubber footwear.
reduction on all hats and caps.
reduction on all sweaters
reduction on all pants', overalls not included.
reduction on all dress shirts.
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
20',J reduction on all leather vests, leather coats.
Do your Christmas shopping here the men's
Let us help you make your selections on good sen
sible gifts for men.
K. K. K. STORE
Tho slippery sidewalks, a result
of tho sleet storm last night, wero
tho cause o( sereral early pedes
trians falling this morning. No In
Juries were reported, however, and
It Is assumed that aside from the
humiliation suBored by the Tlctlms
they are nono tho worse for their
James Dodcnhelmcr, well known
contractor and builder, has just
completed, a fino new garago at Pel
ican Cltr for tho use of E. H. I'lko
and H. W. Rrldgford.. both In the
employe of the Pelican" Day Lumber
C W. Miller and daughter, Doro
thy, were In town this morning from
Pine nidge, where they are now
sinking their home. Miss Dorothy
la stenographer In the lumber office
at that place. .
Rolland Watt was a passenger on
the morning train bound for San
Francisco on a business trip.
Gertrndq Ttsik la city visitor
this week from her home at Modoc
Point. ..She. la a guest at the White
. JPjcJIcan hotel. . f
Q. 'Htuce .Kittle, a lumber man
from Ohio, and J. M. White of the
Weed Lumber, company, are In Kla
math Falls this week on business
and looklng"'over the lumber situa
C. R. Jordan, a cattleman from
Medford, Is In tho city today on bus
iness and Is making tho White Pel
ican hotel bis headquarters.
Harry Thrasher left yesterday for
Oakland, California, whero ho will
join his wife and family for a two
weeks' vacation. After which time
they will all return to their homo
Irving Kcstcrson and Ray Chase
are In town from Iran today, at'
tending to business.
C W. Tllton Is hero from Chlto-
quln, where ho Is Interested In tho
W. L. Cornwall, a prominent
stockman of the Holllster country,
Is In Klamath Falls for a few days
Mrs. George Thrasher returneU
home last night after an extended
visit of nearly three months In
Utah, California and Oregon. Al
though she had a wonderful time
Mrs. Thrasher Is very glad to be
home once moro with her family
'Mrs. Elmer Hosklngs left this
morning for Sacramento for an ex
tended visit with Mr. Hosklngs'
Tnoy" Tabor, a business man from
Dorrls, California; Is a visitor In
Klamath Falls this week.
Charles G. Twohy, of the Chllo-
nuln Lumber romoanr. came In last
'night from that town and will bo
occupied with business anairs tor
the next day or two.
Alva Lewis and S. A. Drown aro
"Always the Best for the Liberty Guest'
11. W. IOOLK, Otnser ROGER D. TORKEY, Musical Director
"THE NOTORIOUS MRS. SANDS"
A high-powered drama of high society.
A talo of high adventure and a real boy
"THE SOUL OF YOUTH"
Featuring Judge Den Llndsey of Denver, the "Children's Judge."
A opwUI matinee for nrliool children will be held Friday after
noon at 4:15. We want every child In Klamath Falls to nee this
TOM MIX, "the Man Who Never Fakes," In
"THE SPEED MANIAC"
county seat visitors from Crystal
Mr. Stromback, day clerk at tho
White Pelican hotel, has been In
disposed for the past few days and
Is not yet able to bo at his post
In tbo hotel.
Ex-servlco men and their ladles
aro looking forward with every
anticipation for a good time at tho
danco scheduled for 9 o'clock ut the
Whlto Pelican hotel tonight.
Mrs. Vt C DoChatn left this morn
ing for Hornbrook. Mr. DeChaln
will follow by car tomorrow morn
Ing. Tbey expect to spend about
a month In Hornbtook looking after
their mining property and then go
on to San Diego for tho rest of
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hober aro
in town from the mint tracta on the
upper lako preparatory to leaving
for Ontario, Canada.
Pat Parker, of the Parker-Hamak
Mrs. J. 0. Vollmer left yesterday
afternoon from Swan Lake valley.
Mrs. J. D. Votetner left yesterday
for Portland, whero she will visit
with her son and daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. C H. Mason are
new arrivals In the city from the
northern part of tho state. Mr, Ma
son has accepted a position with
the Baldwin Hardware company as
J. I. Dcard, assistant caahlor of
the Klamath State bank, returned
last night from Albany and Corral
Us, whoro ho has been for the past
two weeks visiting friends and rel
atlves. His brother. Captain Har
ry Deard, Is connected with the staff
of the Oregon Agricultural college
E. J. Lawrence has been appoint'
ed justice of tho peace for the Tula
Lake district, by tho county court
Mr. and Mrs. Harney Vanslcklo
have returned from southern Cali
fornia, whero tbey have been on
an extended vacation.
Oliver Martin was a county seat
visitor yesterday from his home at
J. H. Hobbs camo Into town early
this morning to transact business.
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PERISHES IX .V. V. FIItK
(Dy Associated Press)
NEW YORK, Dec. 2. Marjorlo
Lescomb, a motion picture actress
who came from England rocently to
engage In motion picture work, was
burned to death today In an apart
ment house fire. Four others perished.
20 less this week on men's suits
and overcoats, dress shirts and shoes
at K. K. K. atore. 29-5
$3000 will buy a bait Interest In
one of the best monoy making pro
positions In Klamath county. Apply
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Tbo time for tho St. Paul's Epis
copal Oulld bazaar Is almost here and
promise Is given by the ladles that
salo offerings are to bo tho type
dear to every woman's heart and
there wilt bo numerous contraptions
to attract the kiddles of the play
age. Such toys as tool clioits, choo
choo trains and vetclpedcs and a
gold fish pool will without doubt
prove u drawing card for the little
ones. The supper Saturday evening at
6 o clock Is another feature. At this
tlroo baked beans, hot rolls, dough
nuts and coffeo will bo served for
Dooths of fancy work and other
useful articles have boon planned
and tea will be served free on both
afternoons, December 3-4.
PAYS COSTS OF SUIT
AND SECURES DISMISSAL
Old Nursery Rhyme
MAI.IN, Dec 2 -Tim old story
about "Mary hail it little lamb" camo
trun at tho Malln public srhool Tues
day. Tho atudenta Here lining Into
the music room and Mere Just seat
ed whon In trotted tliu lamb. As thn
students started to sing,, thn lamb
Tho Malln public school Is going
to give a program on Christmas ovn
and hopes that tho lamb will Join In
IIODIK8 OF Wlir.'K
VICTIMS LAID TO HIIHT
(Ity Asioclsted I'reis)
KAJjAMA IIAV. Wn , Dec. 1 Thn
bodies of captain Jensen, master of
the llarge Piffle, and wife were bur
led side by side near Cape Johnson.
Thn bodies of ten other vlctomx wern
hurried on the beach near where they
wen found The two known survi
vors, who arn suffering from eipos
ure. are at lApuih
TAKE SALTS TO
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achy or llmo lllnililrr
The suit of Thomas Hodgepoth
against E. I. Elliott, on appeal from
Ihu Merrill court to tho circuit court,
hatr-beon sottlod and dismissed. De
fendant paid $ 10,28 costs. Tho suit
was based on an auto collision be
tween thn parties on the Merrill
roud last summer.
$5000 wilt buy a half Interest In
ono of tho best monoy making pro
positions In Klamath county Apply
Box 8., Harald. 2
PORTLAND. Dec. 2. Cattlo and
hogs stoady; sheep lower, $8 and
$8.70; eggs lower, buying prlco 07
njid fiS cents, selling, candled, 04
and 66 cents, solocts 60 nnd 08
cents; buttor stondy.
Meat forms uric arid which ex
cites and overworks the kidneys In
their efforts to tiller It from the
system. Regular eaters of meat must
flush thn kidneys occasionally. You
must relievo them like you rellove
your bowels; removing all the adds,
wailo nnd poison, elan you feel a dull
misery In thn kldnuy region, sharp
pains In tho back or sick headache.
dizziness, your stomach sours, tongun
Is coated and when the weather Is
bad you have rheumatic twlngus. Thn
urlno Is cloudy, full of sediment; tho
channels often get Irritated, obliging
you to get up two or thrcn times dur
ing tho night.
To neutralize theso Irritating acids
and flush off tho body's urinous
waste got about four ounces of Jail
Hulls from any pharmacy; toko a
tublespoonful In n glass of water be
fore broakrait for a few days and
your kidneys will then net flno and
bladder disorders disappear, This fa
mous salts Is made from tho acid of
grapes and lemon Juice, combined
with llthla, and has been used for
generations to clean nnd stimulate
sluggish kidneys and stop bladder Ir
ritation. Jad Halts Is Inexpensive;
harmloiin and niakos a dollgbtrul of
forvescent llthla-wator drink which
millions of men and womon tsko now
and then, thus avoiding serious kid
ney and bladder dlsoases. Adv.
One of the Best Homes in the City
Located in the heart of the city 406 North Ninth street. New. completed last January, consisting of
large living and dining room, three bed rooms, bath, den, kitchen, breakfast room, hall, solid concrete base
ment, 28x56 feet, furnace,, fire-place, cement drive-way, garage, cement walks all around house; large
shade trees and lawn. Every room furnished complete, new piano, mahogany desk in den; in fact a com
plete home in every respect, will be offered for sale for a few days only.
Phone 115 or call at
ANDERSON BROS. GROCERY
F. M. GARICH