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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 18, 1920)
THE EVEN'NC HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
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uuroo Plnnola and Amelia Com-'FOIt HKNT A sleeping room at the
LOOT Illuck nocklacd, between 8th
nfld 1143 Pine. Itcturn to Herald
office. Howard. 18-20
ion were united In murrlagd (his
morning by Justice of tho JVaeo
Cliapinan. I loth nrn mld'tnt of
Mr and Mm. I.. F. Ivi.nh,G. ,..
tlm happy parents of a' ten-pound JFOU ' HALBltubbnr boot and
, win born to them thin mornlntf. Tlim , " Hull case galoro. Bco 200
'"r wan given thn nan,,, f rytton K""n"h Aye Dlck Co- 8
, minus, jr. j)r. avntK i, Wrljrht. KOIl BALK
wlm In In chnrgo of tlm cone, report nd 7th
l"ith mothur nnd Hon iIoIdk nlrely. mn,H Avo-
Donnlil N'owhury, (ion of .Mri, W.'m.iu.it. . ....'
a inilll ..i. . . i . irifunnuH hum iieuHifao, irmKI.
n".i i jmir m ruuuer nuom. mzo in, uii7
-Hinnll building on Mnln
Ht. Heo llck, 200 Kla-
Tonight Closet "
JoncH. nrrlvod homo Innl
from KiiKi-nu for tbo Chrldtmnn vo "IkIi.
ration period. Mr, Nnwbtirv l n1 "
major In t.. i. .,... Jl.. ... . BAMMAN WANTKD-llnvo
'lv"tllllJUl U Hill
Ihk for man, moehanlcally Inclln-
1 hi,.n . . i "H i"r iiiuu, inuciianicaiiy incim-
nivoraity of Oncon, and expsct od with i.omn Icb ability, to rep
' fliilah hid courmi thin yuar. '.Tvncnl In Klamath county. Vn-
Hylvla Ibrlnit. Mm J U Drown il"",a' opportunity for a huiitlor. Kx
Mr ( J cnrlnon nn,nr Knrt V!"' P'd to Portland for Intrr
a...i n,.,i .. , 0rMn vlow If qualify. Aildrpii OrcRon Mo-
ami Chorion torlnon oro .ill r(.Kl. tor Acccworlcg, Inc.. 4S0 HUrk 8t ,
red at lli WJiltn I'idlcan holfll.I'orlland. 18-20
from Alicnma today.
VOil HAVKi)ry limb wood $11 per
cerd: 4ft. 113. flawed, fleo All
Cryntal or phono Went Knil (Jrocnry
K H Orr of Yn-kn In a bualnrmi
vlltr linni thin week-end.
Thorium W Churchill arrived lnt
MiKht from I)orrl to upend tho weekivoi. uai v. rn . .'. 7", i
ml ... .... ...... ... i . KOIl HAlA-liO corda ilabwood, un
ml here on mti0r of bunlneni.. flVcn 0kU, t ni l.nkcii aw
" h I'anhorn tit Kntlllfmrn Id n I mill. T.n ninta tin,! f !)!
Itcueit at th0 White I'cllcan hotel. 'IWkn v
1 MIm Vera Trefrrn nn.i Mr. ii... i. "ANTfcU .ounic lady a caihler
Mrrmnulh 7. i i.f u . Bd clerk ' totephon. office. Muit
.Mc(iillouicb aro Yhltlnc here today bo proflcldnt In atcuocraphy, apply
r ' inn
from Macdoel, California.
Hobert Ooctr, principal of the
I to manaRcr,
Tonight will bo the lnnt night of
tho bazaar being glren by tho ladle
of Hacrod Ilnart parUh, and whllo
many udcful and yery dcalroblo nrtl-
cleg remain to bo Bold, there will not
bo many of thorn left whon tho doora
clone provided tho demand for them
la an brisk an It waa lant night and
ycaterday afternoon. '
Salad and other delectable will bo
aerved from l to 8 thin evening, and
coffee, cako, and doughnut will tie
available at any tlmo.
API'OINTKD. HKdKlVF.n FOIl
F. M. Qarlch has been appointed
recelvor for tho i'alaca Urocory com
pany and tho Klamath Department
(tore, which' foiled ' and closed lt
doors not long ago .
Tho Uarlch family did not loavo
for California thin morning ns thoy
oxpectod to do, but tomorrow morn
ing will find them on their way
toward tho south and a pleasant va
cation. Mr. (Jarlch mild that ho had
been In tho harnrs hero about ten
years without a rest, and feels that
Thoro will bo dancing, as usual, ithln vacation I duo him.
and with tho splendid music ns an Aftor his return gomo tlmo early
attraction, a big crowd I expected, next month, Mr. (Jarlch will bo con-
hected with the Flnit Htate and Bar-
A ClawMed Ad will sell It. ling bank.
f f4"f4-4-4'4'4''4'4-4' 4-4 -4"4-tH !
panled by hi non. Ilobert, Jr., icft r,S -' 1
thi. ....i .... .. . . .1 Jl. -' - -
inn morning for rorllanrt to imhiI
Mles fitella and Helen Turner
ero paiwengrrs on tho morning
train bound for Ashland to spond
the holidays with their mother.
Mrs K A. Humphrey, a graduat
Ylfalr switch!, traniformallona and
puffs' made, combings bought. Kel-
lo 'House, 815 Pine. 18-24
Htrayrd from my ranch at Wil-
on hrMrn. ntin inrnl. Iialrl frr1
nurse who ha. made her homo ho.-o mare both nIn(1 fecl whUe tcar on
for some time, left yesterday forono foot, OD0 ,orre, 3 ye,r 0,d hone
H.n franclsco, Hbe was accompan- anU two brown ,earinM a brand.
'" GIFT ML I
CHAH. K. imEXV. Merrill.
udcr S J t bspnun officiated at
.thn wedding yritrrdsy of Ixiter K
jlllckmin and MIm ()rsc Miller
both of KUtnitb Palls.
your fatonto author
CUmIcsI 4fttlons ponii. re
llftund In art covers, or flan -tb- trrdsy wrrn; Wlllum Hnry to Oer
SttMAl'f'ff "W1 lion 7tc i(Hru1 Drown, both of Iiestty, ,Oro-
10 00 A,lrvr'XUrt HduVla.fM..mnlla Com-
",'"'"'A x ' ' V. fl.KUuUti'tgiUind fla Iq l'e-
u tArrPMitsrrt lr Ponlna and. Anoa .Vlllsrd both of
.". , oer ..miiy anu tney expe-t ed i on rKbt shoulder.
io spenu ine remainder of tho win
ter In tho Day city, returning hero
In the spring.
Mrs. j, H. Wlso and daughter. If you live outsldo the city and
Thelma, left today for their homn'want calendar, we'll gladly mall
at Port Klamath. Mrs. Wlso- has you one. Chllcote t 'Smith. 18-24
Just rretntly returned from an ox
tended visit with her son, Claude
Andrews, of Loa Angeles, while Miss
Other marriage licenses Issued yes, Thelma has been a ajudejit In thr
CAUDA OH THANKS
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Iter PnplDa and. Anna V
'liestty. OregdA ' '
It's a Comedy
Klamath county high .school.
Mlsa Maurlno Olacomlol t.Mer
rill arrived Thursday from Bfky
; Lsiiiuiaia, wucrc suo IB a stu
dent at tre "University of 'Callfornlart
Mfs-yJ,J,A. Ilellman bas returned
from Kan Francisco, wbero she
visited with friends and relatives
for a short time.
It 1 Curtis, who has conducted a
.second hand store here thin winter,
I left today for San Pranclsro, where
he will remain until spring.
W I). Harland left this morning
for San Jose for a two or throo
.months' visit with friends and rcla
, Mrs Glenn II. Inman left this
morning for her home In eastern
Oregon after a brief visit hero with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John L'er-
Miss Palsy Colo was a panroncor
Mr and Mr Claude Kloptou aro
Klamath Kails visitors from Vnlnax
today They nro doing their Christ
Miss Mcta ChuKtaln. who has been
in Oakland, Callfomln, for tho paxii
few months, returned homo for an
Indefinite visit last night. '
Mr and Mrs. J. It. Dixon nr In
the city today from Fort Klaiu.ith
on a Christmas shopping tour
Mrs I.. It. Dcl-up and children t
nrroinpanled by Miss Hut li Dolip,
left this morning for Itlrhmand. Cal
ifornia, to spend Christmas with her
parents. MIm DoI.mp expects to pass
mol of dorr acatlon vlsltlni: nor
sister. Oitavla. who Ih a student ut
the t'lilvorslty of California, and a
li'othcr. Trunion, an attorney at
We wish to thank the kind friends
who assisted us during the illness
and death of our mother. We also
thank 'those who sent '. beautiful
,fflt. KSp HUB, IJ...A. DEYO Z
Special Sunday Dinner, $1.00
Fresh Lobster Salad
Filet of Sole, Tartar Sauco
. I ST.,!
YOUIl CHOICE OF
Chicken Fricassee with Noodle
Ilaked Premium Ham, Sultana Sauco
Fried Spring Chicken, Maryland -
Hot Mince Pic, Cider Sauce
Danana Fritters, Custard Banco
430 Washington St. City.
Let us tell you about batteries
freezing In cold weather. Link River
Battery Station. 18-31
Storage batteries freeze. Ask us
about It. Link Hirer Daltcry Station.
Don't let your battery freeze It
means a new battery. We'll tell you
Ilattcry Station. 18-21
Uit u LW.9: U itM .
m.'jl'11'l M. aiBWB'BmT
,? oi 'Uvi itiii a
4 pound Cottolene, special Si .10
8 pounces Cottolene, special..., $i2.15
Just arrived a fresh stock of Cottolene. As
you all know Cottolene is one of the best
shortenings on the market.
Tho Kodak Is tho ono present
.universally appreciated by notn
sexes, young nnd old. Wo hnvu.
them from $5.00 to $60.00. I
S W m 144yCyv Sm J
Easy Fishing on
Title Lake Shore
Since Wind Storm
(Special to The Herald)
MALIK, Doc. 18.--Fishing without
a rod or lino Is becoming a real sport
according to many hunters nnd resi
dents of tho Tulo lako shore. During
tlio recont wind storm tho waters'
woro driven up tho gentlb Blopo, fill
ing holes with fish and water. Tho
water then frozo leaving tho fish In
tho ponds. It Is easy to break tho
Ire nnd and pull out a two and threa
Among tho huntors hero driving
past tho last fow daya were L. L.
llrownoll of tho Contrul gnrago,
Hnrry Pottorsmi. Hob Hunsakor, Loo
llliilm nnd oo. Wrlnlit, nil of Kla
iiinlli Full. Turn hero from Mao
dool woro I'. TiMff'M. Geo. Moss, nnd
Harry Coplli .
lliitgnst isormpnt vl
.ii :y .it the flluo Hlrd.
Every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
Night at Moose Hall
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