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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 16, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
K 3. MMUIAY..,..
Published dally except Bunday, by
The Herald Publishing Company o(
Klamath Falls, at 119 Eighth Street,
tared at the postofftce at Kin
snath Falls, Ore., tor transmission
through tho malls as secoa,d-clas
MEMDKH OF THH AKfiOCIATKD
Tho Associated Press Is exclusively
entitled to tho us for republication
ot all new dUpatche credited to It.
r not otherwlso credited la thli
paper, and alto the local nones pub
TinjIWDAY, DKCRMllKIl 16, I IKK).
Birth and Death
. 'Report, November
Following la tho birth and death
report for November, compiled by
Dr. A. A. Soulc. city health efficer:
Death Marjr.Webb, "5 years old.
430 Washington, street, chrojiic my;
ocardltles; Ollbert I). Tomklns, 63
years. Klamath Pall, acute dilation
of the heart; John V. Lathrop. S?
years., C40 Sixth street, mitral valve
lesion ot the heart.
Births John Henry Lumbers;. Sep
tember 14; Edward Martin McLough-
lln, October 31; George Janlor irart
ley, November 34; Jeanette Francis
Van Krollngen, November 39; Dor
othy Dee Orirtlth, November 34;
Warren Alfred Cheyno, November 3;
I-awrcnce Virgil Sorrels. November
4; Charles A. Taylor, November 11;
Teresa Agnes Eblen, November 14;
Boy William Davison, November 13;
Elanore May Belllngbam, November
FOK HKNT Two nice, warm, house
keeping rooms and garage. 2005
Vino St. Phono 33.-J. 16
FOR 8AL.B Heater, brass bedstead
and springs. 907 High. 1618
FOR RKNT Largo front furnished
bedroom. Oregon House, GJ7 Kin
math Ave. Phono 401. 16-1.
FOR RALK llaby scalo
kct, G. l'hono 493-W.
WANTKD 8alemivn for Klamath
Falls and vicinity. Commission con
tract only, for spnro time or full
time. We will teach you to sell In
come protection wiruuKu t ""
school of Instruction ana neip you
build a business of your own. Mas-
...k. ..!(. Ttnnrtlnr anil Insurance
Company, Accident and Health Dept
Saglnam. Michigan. Capital .500.-
FOR RENT Unfurnished .apart
ments In the new St. Francis at
638 Oak St. For full particulars see.
J. T. Ward &- Co. 834 Main stv Phono
375. , .jo-, i
FOR RENT Furnished room tor
centleman; furnace neat, noi- anu
Id water In room. SOS s.9th St.
PERHAPS You have seen.a beau
tiful bat that 'you.wanted, but' felt
was too expensive. Well you can get
It now for just half price at our
sem'l-annual Clearance sale. Now on
at Gertrude Co. 27 Main St.
"ITS A GREAT UFE"
Make the most ot It, Star theatre
FOR SALE 5-passenger Studeba
ker. sew cord tires- new Phlla'
delphla battery and coll, motor Just
been overbaaied. isaosiie a. iuv
erslde. Phone 193 M. 16-
FOX TERRIER FOR SALE Reg
i.t.ril fmal. wlro haired fox
terrier, 18 months old. Cheap It tak
en at once. Inquire, Hownrtb. Hotel
Hall. ' t6-18
FOR RENT Comfortablo outside
rooms, with bath. 75 cents per
night and $3.50 per week. Home
Rooming House, 920 Klamath Ave.
FOR RENT A large furnished
room in a Drlvate family: suitable
for one. two or three people, down
stairs, heatod. bath and, outside
door. Pbope 205-M. Call 633 Oak St.
First aau dressmaking; work
guaranteed. Rnaaonab rrlce. Mrs.
, R. V. Jefferson. 4 H Main St. Apt. 1.
DO YOU KNOW Regular" semi-
'annual clearance sale now on at
Gerturde Co. Entire stock of rail
Unary, waists and petticoats Just one-
half price. Gertrude & Co. 15-17
OAHAOE TO RENT, 901
FOR SALE First class dry limb
wood. See Al Crystal or phone West
Knd arocery. ib-jj-
How about that Aeolian phono
graph for Xmas. Winters Jewelry
We carry card game;ot all sorts.
Rook, Flinch and, several others.
Also checkers, chess and domlnces.
xoncK ii. i. o. k. 4nmf
On account ot the busy season.
there will be no more meetings held
until the 1st Tuesday In January.
16 BY ORDER OF PRESIDENT
See Winters for bargains In RruniK
wick and Pathe phonographs. 16-18
Bring her a box of candy tonight.
The Blue Bird. 6tf
I'm, taking Maude to the "Star
"IT'S A GREAT J JFK" 16
See Winters for bargains In Bruns
wick and Pathe phonographs. 16-18
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GUY GARRET, Manager
Steam-Heated Outside Rooms
Reasonably. Low Rates
All the Latest Magazines, Newspapers and
Periodicals. Come here' for your daily.
With a New Stock of Cigars, Cigarettes and
Tobacco. Smoke up here.
Below Is tho program for Farm
er's Week, which opens Monday at
tho high school under tho auspices
of tho Klamath county farm bureau,
chamber of commerce and high
school. The complete program will
not bo published again and all who
Intend attending tho convention aro
advised to savo this copy for con
vcnlcnt reference. This Is the pro pre
gram: Monday, Dee. BO.
Forafc Crop Day."
10:30 a. m. Room No. 6, farm ac
Room No. 1, tractor work, lo
eating motor trouble.
Noon Luncheon served at cost at
too high school cafeteria. All
In nttendanco will be served.
30 p. m. Talk on cost of pro
duclng alfalfa hay by R. V.
Gunn of Corvallls for men;
talk on textiles by William Mc
Ncaley of Moo's store; talk on
corsetIerlng"by Miss Myrtle Grif
fin ot tho Golden Rule store;
play hour for children.
30 p. m. Discussion of sunflow
er and. field peas, two new
Klamath county crops, by-E. II.
Thomas, county agent, for men;
talk on "Nutrition" for women;
story hour for children.
(.Except otherwise stated, all
meeting, for men. will bo held In
the high school assembly roomi
all women's meetings in Room 12,
and Room 2 will be tho children's
Tuesday, Dec. 21
Form Itureau Day.
10:30 n. m. Farm bureau business
meeting In the assembly room
Noon Annual luncheon far farm
bureau members, families and
2:00 p. tn. Presentation of medals
county club Judging team Id
the assembly room by O. MJ
Plunimer, manager of the PAH
clfle International Livestock
2:15 p. m. Lecture on "Outlook
for Livestock Industry" by O
M. Plummer, for men: lecture
on "Women and the Farm Bu
reau," by Mrs. Jessie D. Mc-
Comb, stato home demonstrstqr,
The boys' and girls' club section
wilt meet in Room tf at 2:16 and
Miss Helen Cowglll and L. J. Allen.
state club leader, wlfl talk on "Tho
Achievements of Oregon Boys and
Qlrls In Club Work."
Wednesday, Dec. 22.
10:30 a., m. Room 5, farm ac
counting; Room 1, tractor
work, caro and repair of bear
Noon Weekly forum of thn cham
ber of commerce at tho Ilex'
cafe, all farmers In attendanen
at tho convention nro Invited
io ino nincnoon. i
tf 1:30 p. m. Addrciss by L. J. Allen.
"Relation of Good Breeding
I to Good Feeding," for ncn;
"Mother's Part with hor Duugh-!
J ter In Club Work," address for1
women by Miss Helen Cowgll!;
play hour for children. j ,
2!30 p. m. "NatlonnI Pure Bred
Sire Campaign," by H. Afl Lind
gren, stato dlrectpr of extension
work In animal husbandry, for
men; talk on "First Aid In tho
Home," by Mrs. Carriu aanong.
secretary of tho Red Cross
chapter, for women; story hour
Tliumdny, Dec. ,1.
Irrigation, Drainage Dny.
10:00 a. m. Room C, farm account
ing course, Incomo tax reports;
Room 1, tractor work course, Ig
Noon Lunch served at cost at the
high school cafeteria.
30 p. m. Talk on "Experiences In
Irrigation and Drainage," by El,
nier Applcgato, for men; "Prop
per Cutting of Meat," by L.
Lawrence, of tho Klamath
Packing company,, for women.
30 p. m. Talks on now Irrigation
projects and problems by rep
resentatives of U, fl. rcclama
tlon'and Irrigation districts, for
men; pressuro cooker demon
stration with tho tougher cuts
ot meats, by Miss Fannlo Vir
gil, for women; story hour for
Tho rest room will bo in Room
12 of tho high school; tho children's
play room, No. 2; the wrap room,
No. 4. Any special Information can
bo obtained from tho registrar at
tho door. All attending aro ex
pected to register and gat badges
at tho door.
Miss Mary Ball will be In charge
ot tho chlldruns play hour. Miss
Mildred Carr will direct tho story
How about that Aeolian phono
graph for Xmas, Winters Jewelry
gUlTNt WORKED t'J YKAKH
WEED. Dec. 18 T. F. Plum, su
perintendent ot the box factory of
tho Weed Lumber company, has re
signed to tako effect January 1,
Plum has been connected with tho
company for thn past twelve years
and Is ono ot the best known box
men on tho coast. Prior to coming
to Weed, ho had charge ot tho box
factories at Upton and Camlno. Ho
will spend tho early part of 1921
traveling through southern Calif or-
Wohien tiro the promoters and ac
tive munngurs at children's bookshops
now lo hw found In New York, Chi
cago, Boston, Washington, and suv
rral other largo cities,
Buy your Xmits presents at Wint
ers mid kuvo 30, Ifl-IK
Heo Vl'lnter for bargains In Drunn
wick and I'ntho phonographs. 10-1K
uj-h ui-jisuisi LUJSJ-J. Jt-i ssnmmmm snw
Who Would Be a Canlbal King?
"irs A G11KAT LIKK"
Star Theatre Tonight. 16
Bcautltully decorated mottoes,
and. sentiments, neatly framed.
Suitable for friend, sweetheart,
mother, brotbor or sister. Prices
FORMAL OPENING OF THE
Cathok Ladies Bazaar
Dancing Each Evening
One Dollar a Couple
Extra Ladies Free
ADMISSION J& BAZAAR FR$E
absolute purity hi whole
somencss and its delicious
ripe-tomato flavor have made
Dxl Montk Cataup the fa
vorite relish of discriminating
You will be de
lighted with its
Is your shed full ot dry wood?
are that there will
At present we have a
at reasonable prices.
ba a scarcity of fuel before
fair stock of dry slab snd block wood
Orders aro being delivered promptly.
Phone In your orders.
FOR CASH ONLY
O. Peyton & Co.
"WOOD TO BURN"
419 Main St. Phone 535
PUT IN YOUR ORDER TONIGHT FOR
.with largo brilliant
inr; brush and mug.
from SG.00 to 120.00.
Fancy Dressed Chicken, per pound 35c
Fresh Salmon, per pound 35c
Fresh Halibut, per pound... 35c
f Fresh Smelt, per pound .:. , 30c
Y .Fresh Creamerv Butter, oer bound GA
1 Applies, per box $2.00, $2.25, $2.50, $3.00
Pears, Winter Nellie, per box. .:,.:....'.....: ,:... $2.50
riF.AN Ann sanitary '
CLEAN AND SANITARY
We Deliver Anywhere in Town
1018 Mam St.
In the City.