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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 16, 1920)
THE EVENING HERAID, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
oovkiinmknt roiiwiTKK Holiday Program
AND FAMILY (JO KABT, UM 47- U-1A l
Mr. nmt Mm. It. Hober Itndcllffo
left yesterday morning for n vlnlt
of sevurnt month In tlio east.
Whllo away thny will vlnlt Mr. Hail
cliffs' parent nnd friend In Hldgo- tomorrow nftornoon, tho I nut daytof
way, Pa and Mr. Hadcllffa' rola- tho present torm nnd thn beginning
Pupil of tho Central school Iibvo
prepared a program (or presentation
tlve mid friend on Chautauqua
Lnko, Now York.
Mr. llndcllffn ha been connect
ed with thn forestry nonrlco at
of tho two week' Chrlatma holi
day, Kherclne will be hold In each
room, about If, minute being glv
Klamnth Agency nnd during hi nb-'"i each grndn. Tho program start
seneo hn will takojlft couna In tho t 1:30 p. in. Ilecnuso of lack of nn
foroitry nchool nt Madison, Wlseon- nssorrfbly bull largo enough to ac
In, Upon hi rntunj'hn will b eon' jcoriiodolo thn goneral public, only
nncted with thn Modoc Lumber com- parent nro Invited, Thn visitor mny
Tluy your Xina prosonUnat Wlnt
er and nvn 20,
Tom Dixon, road supervisor, ro-
port that nil work ha been top- ,,, pcrfUIno(, roay alway bo
pod on tho market road In Too fouml noro but at chrlstmoa tlrao
valley for tho winter n far a tho wo mjfc0 aptcm 0ff0rt l0 naT0
county i concerned. Any omer ttn exceptional variety. Tho very
work dono will bo cared fpr by beat of Imported nnd domeitlc cdors,
contract. (In beautiful package. Prices from
0, H. Miller I In town for tho ro-.u.oo to f 20.00.
TIIUItADAY, DKOKMItEH 10, 1WSO.
(kiKm Rfght Out- Try TMs!
of thn week from Pine
Fred Carlisle I In town from tho
Parkn flro. mill. Thn milt !
cloned down for thn winter,
Mr. and Mm. W. C. Dalton were
In thn city moat of tho day yester-t
pan irom room 10 room or visit one ,Uy on mnUnr of business from
their homo near Malln.
Rnrrn.nl P. R. Wllllnminn. ma-
rlnn recruiting officer, left this
morning on thn train for Portland,
or morn room, n they chooso.
Following I tho pregram:
1M Orodo One Hong und Itocltatlom,
(Irado Two Chrlslmn Carol,
Iluy your XmM present. a( Wlnt- t'rndo Throe TJontantu, "flnnta
Orado Kour Kong, Chrltmn Carol
Krom "flanta Claim.' n Cantata
"Tho Hewing Circle." "Bantu'
or and avn 20,
How about that Aeolian phono
graph for Xma. Winter Jewelry
Kong," "Bnntn'a tho Follow," by
NO HMKIIVK Kntlrn clock of Alnils l.ylo.
(Inrtrudn A Co. rut In half KiquMto Orado Flro Folk Dancing, "Finnish
hat, dress, dancing, tailored. Nw- lleol,"4 "Highland Bchottlncho,"
rt mld.seaaon tyle. All one-half. (Interpretive Dance, Virginia
price only, flnrtrude Co. IG-nl Hlchmond.
, Orado Blx Dramjtltatlon, "A Christ-
Hair Dreiwlna- and Manlourlnc ,nlu "v1-
Ilootk nt Catholic l.adlea
from 1 p. m. to 7 p. m.
'ITU A OIIKAT MFK"
Htar theatre tonight
(trade Boven "A ClirUtmaa Bong,"
Story, "ChrUtmaa Truanti.'jlby.
Hugh Currln. Bong, "Joy toittia
Grade Mglit Bong, "fienerlovo,"
Bong, "Meecy Cloud," by Clara
Daniel. Claudlna Witt, Unlcr
Wallon, Donald Veatcb.
Bolo, Donald Vraitcb,
Hong, "Btnr of tho Hummor
Hong, "Holy Night."
A Mrn nh.l.lmi. in ill"
AJuiviiH ui uvujih iur airi iruin ma
to eighteen year of age. Tbere'a, Alleging that her huiband wa In
hardly a good author that you will the habit of wanning her face with
not find ropreiented In our ktoek.iD" practicing tbo Charllo
n.i... ir.i. ..- IChaplln ttunt of throwing
J pie at her, n woman of Perth Am-
rtMrCDtitrrroo 'hor' N" J" '", ,l,'"eiJ ,0 tbo court
UNDERWOODS 'for eparate maintenance.
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i tlvngxir Yahi Quif IMravAr
feet fit guaranteed. Prompt delivery., !
CHAS. J. CIZEK,
PRESBYTERIAN LADIES' BAZAAR
Saturday, Dec. 18
Beginning at 2 P. M. in the parlors of
the Presbyterian Church. Aprons,
Cooked Food and Parcels Post sale.
Your last opportunity to purchase those
last minute gifts for Xmas.
! BAKRITE BREAD I
THE REX CAFE
IS NOW READY TO RETAIL
BREAD, PIES, FRENCH PASTRY
ANlF ALL OTHER HIGH CLASS
PASTRIES TO THE PUBLIC. ON
SALE AT THE MAZE CONFECTION
ERY STQRE, THE -REX CAFE.
where hn will Join nnother result
ing force. Mr. Willlamnon eamn
hern, from Medford early In tho,
Rummer and ha signed up 25 re
cruit during tho pait few month.
Don Vollmcr, who ha been In
Portland taking n courae In wlrele
telegraphy, ha returned homo. Hn
flnlhed first In hi clan nnd enmo
rwlthln flro word of panning a a
flrat clai wlrelci operator. Tn
tho prlng Don expect to return to
Portland and complete hi courte.
Mr. N. J. niume, proprietor of
a rooming hounn on Klamath nve-
nue, ha recelrcd word that her
nephew, Levclan Cawtpett, waa In
jured to no ran extent when tho car
which hn wa driving wa struck' by
a Bouthern Pacific train near Dun-1
Dr. A, A. Boule left thl morn
ing for Portland where ho will at
tend to bualnea affair for tho
next few day.
I led ford after an extended budnei
Mr. and Mr. O w. Corey, ac-,
companled by Mr. Donnle Kill rnd.
illtlln France Kalherlno Elll. tefti
cuitard , ljU mornnK toT tner hornet In,
Ix) Angele. California, after a vlnlt,
with Mr. and Mr. A. Morrlseau. I
Mr. and Mr. T. R. 8klIlington
and daughter left thl morning tor'
flan Franclico, where Miss Skllllng
ton will undergo an operation.
MIh Margaret Callahan, local
milliner, left thl mornlng-fo? Port-
l ... ...Al. J
ana wnera ne win vim jor a i
daya. - - A
Mr, north lUrrli. nrcmpanted
by her mother, Mr. Shepherd, U.ln
town today from their home near
Wnldo Jone, who hn been In the
city for the Ingerioll trial, returned
to his home In Dairy this morning.
Prentlco Puckett Is a county seat
buslnr visitor today from Odesa.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jensen and
daughter, niesslng and Loulic, left.
ynaiiTuny iur nun r rauntu, wuciu
they plan to remain permanently.
Mrs. Orvlllo Elliott Is spending
tha week In town from Chlloquln
flho will visit her dnughtors who at
tend tho Sacred Heart ncadomy
Albert and Paul Wnmpler nro
business vlsltorn hero from their
ranch at OAcssa.
C K. Mitchell of Algoma I lioro
on buslneiM todny. Ho I registered
nl thn Whltn Pelican hotel.
I Ooorgo W. Palmer, general upor
j Intondent of tho floldthwnltn mill nt
Chlloquln, I tn town today on busi
ness. Itoy Ulckmnn nnd wifu and Mrs.
Walter Dixon nro here today from
Fort Klamnth on n Christinas shop
Major C. A. Dewey I horn for a
few day from San Antonio, Texas,
on nrmy business.
T. II. llradloy, of the California
Oregon Power company, Is horo
from Copoco on matters of business.
Itheumatlsm I "pain only." Not
one cano In fifty require Internal
treatment. Stop drugglngl Ttub
soothing, pcnotratlng "St, Jacobs
Oil" directly Into your soro, stiff
Joints and mutclo and relief come
Instantly. ''St. Jacobs Oil" 1 a hnrm
Ice rheumatism euro which never
disappoint and cannot burn or dis
color tho rkln.
Limber up! Quit complaining! Oct
a small trial bottlo of old-tlma "St.
Jacob Oil" at any 'drag store and In
Just a moment you'll bo free from
rheumatic pain, noronen and stiff
new. Don't suffer! Ttollcf and n euro
await you. "St. Jacob Oil" ha cur
ed millions of rheumatism sufferer
in the hut halt century, and I Just
as good for sciatica, neuralgia, lum
bago, backache, sprains and swellings.
and broths. Their difference lies la
their fresh flavored goodness. They art
dellbtfully crisp, satisfying and daintily
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THE REX CAFE
Grows; Who's Next?
J, H. Short, supctlntendent of tho
county Infirmary, today roportcd
that tho phonograph fund had
grown overnight from' $143 to $165
and that about three dozen rccorda
had boon contributed,.
"I didn't havo tlmo to canvass
much laBt night," said Mr. Short,
i'so I didn't make a big showing.
As mattor of fact, canvassing for
this fund Isn't a hard matter. jTho
causo speaks for itself and overyono
approached gives willingly."
Mr. 'Short estimates that $226
will put this Christmas scheme
Who's tho noxt Investor in Christ
mas Spirit, unlimited, stock. It
Is guaranteed to pay 100 por cent
dividends In happiness.
Hand or mall your contributions
to Mr, Short, or loavo at tho Horald
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