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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 13, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
MONDAY, UKCKMIIKK lit, 1020.
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J. II. Dntson mill wlfn urn In tlin
city toilny from Hun I'rniiclsco hay
ing nrrlvril on Inst night's train.
At D. Oliver, vlcn.piiinliliint of Hid
WiiIIb Fnrgn-Niwnilit hunk, li. hern
front Han Fraiirlncn iittotiillng to bin
(J. II. Walton Jr. spent th'i week
end In Klnnuitli Falls from (Ihllo
quln. F. N. MorRnn wim n visitor hire
over Hutiintiiy unit Htimtny from Fit
Jnnii'd llolliinil, who li to limn
charge of tint clljr lioualnn program
nrrlvoil Inst night from Havre, Mon
tnnn, nml Ih already busy w(lh hi
plan for tlin work which -will Mart
II. Thrasher returned last nvn. frun
Oakland, California, w Intro ho Iiuh
been visiting hl family,
(I. (I. Antiunion In In town toilny from
Dairy, w Intro lie operates a lurgo
J, Hiiliiwi of I.nnRotl vallny In nt
(onillni: to bunlniiHM affairs horn to
' Jtoy Kouch spent (ho week-end
with friends In Merrill returning horo
lalu Hiimlay iivnnlnK.
(li'orK'i lloyt visited In tin) county
mmt yesterday from Korl Klamath.
It. Wt Tower mid family worn In
town Halurilay nfturnoon shopping.
They operate u ranch near Keno.
J F. Trlplolt wan In from his
were In tlin city yesterday from tholr
ranch near Merrill visiting Mr. anil
Mm. II, (' (Iroesbeck. U?
Mrs, K. T. (llvans l expected In
from Illy, today, for u wpek's visit
Oh! The Joy of It!
Day la aad day ott Right la and night ontl What a Joy
to her yews aad old U a wrlat waUb! We have variety
both la stylo aad priw to omit ery oae. Aad, by the way, doa't
think that your wlfo or yew ssmjUmt will act appreciate a wrist
watch Just a mucli m the Utile mwtlwwt . If you hare any
doubU, J tut try it aad i ' '
Everything in the jewelry line. And, re-
i : member, we sell In'eBrunswick Phonograph. : :
i y i mi ai inn aPfn -
lalf HI l,IIV
n. J. YYIMERD
Jeweler and Optician
t 706 Main Street.
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i i iwaa-aa w
PltOOHAM OK Till:
.Catholic Ladies' Bazaar
Iilir OntnlnR Dnncn will start at 8:30, Refreshments will
nrveil nftcr 10 p. in. A program rvploto with Biwclal feu lures
boon propnreil for thin ovcnlnR,
At 2 p. in. will start tho mtlo of tho most beautiful omliroldorlcH
ovor shown In tho city. Other articles of oxcoptlonul valuo will
ho on salo. uffOnlliiK ovoryono nn opportunity of purchasing for
gifts, artlclos posHOSHed of Individuality, oxqulslto workmnnshlp
and unmntchnblo lienuty. Afternoon ten and light lunch will ho
aervod from 3 to C p. m., tho following menu bolug sorved for
llcservo a tablo for your tea party.
, J r Convorsailono. .
This will bo children's afternoon, and wo bavo beard wblspors that
Santa Olaua will bo In tho bnll from 3 to 6 o'clock to loam what
tho-chlldron would llko to bayo blm bring tbem for Xmna. Tbero
will be a letttf bos for roeiiages to 8anta Glaus, and you should
not fall to' f tt with joy' nnd Innocent anticipation tho heart of
your llttlo one by haying them mall a letter to Santa and then
you can soo that It Is answered.
Another of tho dollghtful dances for which this Dnaaar will bo
noted. Salo of goods, amusements and refreshments.
Salo of goods will be hold from 2 to 6 o'clock. Prom 3 to 5
o'clock light luncheon and tea will be sorved, the menu being tho
samo as on Thursday nttornoon. Uo not forget to resorro a tablo
for your ton party. y
Tho big closing dnnco will bo glyon. Elaborato plans havo boon
mnilo to make this oyonlng a momorablo one tor fun. Since tho
affair Ih to bo somowhat In tho-uaturo of a Mardl Qras, thoBo
who wish to como on matiquo will bo welcomed nnd a prlro will
bo given for tho bost and one for tho most ridiculous costumes.
Bpoclal features will bo Interspersed throughout tbo evening and
refrosbmonts will bo soryod aftor 10 o'clock. It will como to a
cl08o promptly at midnight. Tho sale of goodB will contlnuo
throughout tho evening,
with her slstor, Miss Agnof Drjs
Word has been recolvnd from Jpe
T. Ward who wiih called to Portland
by tho HlnciM of his mother thnt tihti
is vary mucn improvea ana no ex
pnets to return homo tomorrow
Tlio first of tho nsscmhly dahces
will ho held at tho White I'ellcnn
hotel tonight nnd n largo attendanca
Mrs, fitly Merrill Is spending the
week In the city from her hotrio at
Merrill, Oregon, as the guest otMIss
A Kin Leo. .f"
Mrs. I). V I-nwton Is horo from
Port Klamath toilny for the purpose
of meeting her sister, Miss Iwtha
I'ltlman who will Imi In on tho even
ing train from I'nsadcna, California
K. J. Horry, representing Whit
field, Whltcomb nnd company, certi
fied public accountants, Is In the city
this weak from l'ortland on an offi
cial visit to the company's patrons.
Dr. Hardin Carter, Dr. I. D.
I.loyd fltownrt and Dr. Kred Wester
felt spent the weekend In tho nlln
country shooting ducks and goeso.
l'aul Harks, of Ban Francisco,
Clyde llarkii, of the United 'States
navy and Andrew C, Vom, oft Seat
tle are hero for a few day's vtsjlf.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse W. Churchill
are In tho city from Yroka on-'mat-tors
of business. They are stopping
at the White Pelican hotel. (?
Captain II. K. Calkins, whojbper
atos the boats on tho Upper la'kje, re
ports that ho made his last trip Fri
day. Tho mall left here this njbrnlng
for Odciuia by stage and will be car
ried In this manner twice a.week
throughout the winter due to the fact
that the Upper lake Is frozen 'over In
Kdlson Marshall, the Eastern Ore
gon short story wrlten and novelists,
who has been here on a hunting trip
for the past few days, left'oV. tho
morning train for bis borne Jn M..l
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Vinkol' fiti
this morning for San Fruncljco for a
brier vacation, trip.
W Ilcntlcy'arrivcd lost ilnh: frni
Bacrnmento for a' visit hero.
A. l. Ooff arrived )fenlay frm
Mcdford and Is a guest at the White
Mrs. Ed. Button returned f'ira
Medford Saturday wbeer sbe has Jj-ert
visiting irienas anu roiiiivef,
Charles 8. Webber who Ifconnect
e"d A'lth tho-Peppor-Cotton l.umbijr
confpany at Maedoel Is In the city fur
a few days on business, and pleas
ure. Charles Schulmeycr, the young
son of Mr, and Mrs. C. Bchulni'tycr
who re I do. on tho Midland road un
derwent a serious operation Sjlurdiy
but Is reported by bis pnrentv to be
Don't worry or hurry. Iluy your
Christmas gifts at tbo Catholic La
dles' Ilnzanr. IMS
Don't worry or hurry. Iluy your
Christmas gifts at the Catholic La
dles' Ilazanr. 11-18
Tho ruby, height for weight, Is
mora vnluablo than tbo diamond.
Don't worry or hurry. Iluy your
Christmas gifts at tho Catholic La
dles' Ilaranr. . 11-18'
Hiully So. Il!l
in tii: ciitcuiT eoi'UT or Tin:
STATU OP OltKCON, 1'OK THU
COUNTY OP Kia.MATII.
Chnrlos O. Swnrtifnger. I'lnlntlff,
vs. Hannah Simpson, nlio known us
Hannah Swartzfagcr, Defendant.
To Hannah Slmiwon, also known
as Hannah Bwarttfngor.
In tho namo of tho State or Oro
gon: You nro hereby required to
appear nnd answer tho complaint
fllod ngnlnts you In tho abovo en
titled suit on or before tho 24th
day of January, 1021, thnt being tho
Inst day or publication of this sum
mons, and It you fall so to appear,
answer, demur, pload or othorwlso
movo, for want thereof tho plaintiff
will apply to tho Court for tho relief
prayod for In his complaint, to-wlt:
for a docrco of this court annulling,
sotting asldo and decrcolng as void
tho said marriage between plaintiff
and dofendant, and for such other
and furthor relief as to ,tho court
may soom meet and equltnblo and
propor. . .
This summons Is served upon you,
tho said defendant, by publication
thereof in The Evening Herald, a
newspaper of general circulation
printed and published In- Klamath
Falls, Klamath County, Oregon, for
six (6) consocuttvo week,a (so von
17) inserntion.) the first Duoucation
being Docombcr 13, 1920, , nnd tho
last publication being January z,
1921, by order of the Honorable
D. V. Kuykondall, Judge of tho Cir
cuit Court of the Stnto 'or Orogon
for tbo Cqunty of Klamatlj,' nnd tho
snld order was made and datocj tho
28th day ot October, 1920, ,
All process and papers in this pro
ceeding nuy bo served unon tho un
dorslgned residing within tho State
of Oregon, at the address hereafter
WALTlMl C. VAN EMON AND AUG
Attornoys for Plaintiff.
M.lrt : t'rtll.10 WIlllts'DldgKln-
njnui fTlia, ure,
. Do . 13-20-27 Jan-3-10-17-24
tWsXle f rices made an extraordin
ary APPEAL TO THOSE WHO WERE WAITING
, FOR LOWER PRICES.
rMahy customer expressed their appreciation on find
ing goods priced exactly as advertised. You could
have brought the Herald to our sale and waited upon,
yourself. vs -'
REMEMBER THE REDUCTIONS ARE UNUSUAL
331 25 & 20 Per Cent
Practical staple needs as well as Holiday Gifts -in-'.
eluded in this sale.
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The Woman's Fashion Center
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