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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 3, 1921)
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T & YOU Can get next Spring and Sum- from $35 to $60, and we arc offering our entire stock Y
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K. K. K. STORE
12 off on Boy' Suits
12 off on Overcoats
20 off on all Shoes
20 off on all Swctcrs
20 off on all Hats and Caps
20 off on all Dress Shirts
Carhnrtt Levi Strauss and Can't-Bust-'em Overalls
at, the pair $1.85
K. K. K. STORE
I .FADING CLOTHIERS AND HATTERS
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Mr. and Mrs. W F Hill were In
from Merrill on buslnew Saturday.
Mrs. Edgar Virgil Is In from Olenc.
where sho conducts the Corpenlng &
Elmer Anderson of Anderson Dros.
Grocery company spent New Year's
with relatives In Merrill.
Miss Mary Walker has returned
from a wcekond visit at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Milliard.
. MIts Gertrude Parker returned
' from Grants Pass last night where
aae spent the holidays with relatives.
.Robert Goetz. principal of the high
school, bas-returned from Portland,
where he spent his vacation.
Mr. and -Mrs. Fred Garlch and son.
Arrived bomo'New Years eve after a
vacation of about two weeks spent
In Southern California.
E. H. Jefferson, who has charge
of the local office for Mason & Ehr
sain, returned from Portland last
Mr. and Mrs. George Stevenson
and little son, Kobert, are at home
again after spending the holidays In
Miss . Gertrude Cox, who Is env
Regular meeting Tues
day (tomorrow) even
ing at 8 o'clock. Impor
tant business. Be there.
ployed at Tho Woman's store. Is
pending a three-day vacation with
i friends and relatives In Ashland.
Mrs L F Wllletts returned last
night from Talent, Oregon, where
she spent the last few weeks with rel
atives. Gc-orgo Welse. who lives near
Kocky Point, Is In town and will re
main here for a tew days buying
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Thompson, of
Cblloquln, have been hero for several
days combining business affair with
Miss Eva Hanks returned to Chlco.
where sho Is attending school yester
day morning aftor spending the holi
days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. n. Kelley, of Kelley & Bellman.
of this city, has returned from San
Franclse, whero be went to spend
Christmas with relatives, and to
The Elks' New Year dance, given
in the Elks' temple, was well attend
ed and has been pronounced one of
the season's most enjoyable social
Jim Leonard, contracting carpen
ter, will leave for Dorrls. California,
at onco. wnere ho will fuirill a con
tract to make Improvements on th
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Dalton, are
here from Merrill. Mr. Dalton I)
attending to business In his capacity
as president of the American Nation
George L'lrlch, one of this city's
most wide-awake Insurance men, left
for Portland this morning, and will
be present at a convention of agents
of his company in that city.
The Misses Hetty Keys and Mary
Craig, teachers In the local schools,
arrived here last night after spend
ing their Christmas vacation In
Mr. and Mrs. Durge Mason, and
son, Burge are at home again after
spending the holidays with Mrs. Ma
son's father. Major Charles Wordcu.
New Year's day was made super
latlvoly happy for Mr. and Mrs
Beryl Hrowbaker by tho arrival nl
their homo of a son. Tho little ar
rival weight S4 pounds, and has
been named "Kobert William."
Frank Ankeny returned Saturday
night from a threo weeks vacation
spent In the Wilammctte and Itoguo
Hlver valleys. Whllo away ho visit
ed with his mother, Mrs. C. P. Ank
eny at Eugene Ore.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Houston will
leavo for San Diego, California,
Thursday morning. They will be gone
a couple of months, and hope the trip
will benefit their baby, whose health
has been a source of anxiety to them.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sharp, who
have been visiting at the home of
Mr. end Mrs. Fred Shallock, and
with relatives, returned to their home
In San Francisco Saturday. Mr Sharp
is a nephew of Mrs. Henrietta Mel-base.
Mr. and Mrs Fred Shallock. this
morning, accompanied their daugh
ter, Constance on her return trip to
Berkeley, where she Is attending Miss
Head's school. Miss Shallock spent
the holiday vacation here with her
At the Theaters
towing at tke
Jt'M tho Great Jtay nt Ills Brightest.
Mist Augusta Parker who was
principal of the Central school for a
number of years but who Is now
studying music In Portland Is spend
ing a few days In the city visiting
friends and relatives. She is a
gueit at the home of her sister, Mrs
B. S. Veatch.
Dr. Wlsecarver Is at homo again af
ter a brief sojourn In Portland,
where he went to take a course In
block anaithesla, and thus keep his
dentist's parlors abreast with thn
most mod en In the land. Dr. Paul
Noel, who went to Portland with him
for the samo purpose, returned
Earl Paddock, ropresentatlvo of
Marshall-Wells & Co. of Portland.
has returned from tho homo offlco at
Dulutb, Minnesota, whero ho attend
ed a special convention of all tho
Marshall-Wills salesmen of the
United 8tates, Ifo reports that tho
weather In the east Is about the same
as It is hero, with Yery lUtlo cold
weather or snow.
Farm, but In spite of hnr lowly posi
tion her radiant personality and un
failing cheerfulness wins hrr the
sobrlqurt of "Everybody's Swoet
heart," which has brim appropriately
chosen as the title of this new Kel
Although she has no reason to
believe hor dreams will over come
true, the little waif Mary thinks
continually of the day when she and
her boy companion John, also an In
mate of the poor house, will be mar
ried and rich. But Fate plays
strange tricks sometimes and Mary's
dream not only comes true but In a
most unexpected though extremely
"Everybody's Sweetheart" was
staged under the direction of lau
rente Trimble, who alto directed
"Darling Mine" for Miss Thomas
It Is claimed ns one of thn most
beautiful pictures the SnUnlck stu
dios have turned out. Not only In
pictorial beauty, but In Its theme
A capable cast, with William Col
iu:i,ii:f it.m giuiwh
HI.OWI.V Dl'ltlMJ HOLIDAYS
Only iSS has been added to the
European Itrllef fund stnen Friday, It
was reported today Canvassing slack
ened over thn week-end holidays, and
the stormy weather and bad road)
also Interfered with thn work of the
Frosli efforts will be madn this
week to add to the fund State Su
perintendent Churchill has approved
schools will bo enlisted
POIt HC.Vr Completely (uml.liH
house, (-rooms, 331 High HI J'
prodtirml at a cost of 125.000, tho, phono and bath. S 13 Oak strnnt J
wonderful racing sreties, and thn
I many other sensational Incidents
THE MM It TIIKATIIi; combined with thn splendid story.
Again Olive Thomas will hrudllnn lunko this a most memorable scrroll
the photoplay program at the rttarldrama "Tho Whip" will be the nl-
thuutro for onn day, Tuesday nml (traction nt the Mondatn Iheatrn to-
this tlm her roln Is that of a poor night.
little "Nobody" on thn County Poor
FOIt KALE Cook stovo, I'hon. 3(1
It, between f anil 7 p. Ill . 3 t'
JFOH HALE Mlooiu house and
Sleeping pore II. ijuko level M
fine neighborhood. Basement, pantry
bath, toilet, sink. lawn, and clilckrs
house I'rlto n&OO. only 1500 rain,
bslsnra easy monthly payments.
J. T. WAItl) t CO.
131 Main Street 2
ran HALE Ford louring car. t
Washington Ht. 3 1
FOH HALE Dry limb wood 4ft. IU
par cord; sawed 113. Hen Al Crr
stall or phone West End Grocery
.artlclpatlon In the campaign byl "mpshlrn sheep CllnlonC
. , ... . . . , , 'fhy Joseph na County, Orn
schools of thn state and local.
FOH HALE 30 head thorough bred
rrglslared Itoan Durham rattle
ISO bead thorough bred rrliorti
W A N T E D Housekeeper
room 3, Hwanson Building
I FOIt KENT- Six room modern un
I furnlshnii hout, I to month Dr
i Mailed, over Underwood's Pharmacy
qILOHT Wednesday, silver fountain
pen, somewhere between It It It
ApplyJ garage and First Htatn Havlngi
- i bank. Hot urn la llnralit nfflr IU.
FOH HALE-- By owner 3-room fur
nished house Two lots, enough
wood for all winter Close to Mills
leaving thn city Mrs Jack Hales
SHI Wantland Ave. Mills Addition
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WANTED TO KENT or purehsw
rooming house Modern Ten or IS
rooms Full particulars first letter
H Care Herald. 3-5
THE MO.VD.Wi THIMTItE
When William A. Brady presented
"Tho Whip" on the speaking stage In
New York after It had run for two
years In I.ondon, ho madn a produc
tlon that was an historical event.
The play was also translated and pre
sented In European countries, and
when shown In Australia, ran there
for a long tlmo. Now that It Is be
ing presented In motion pictures, uvon
nioro startling realism has been se
cured. Tho monster train wreck,
hot and cold water, prlvllegn
lly. use of bath and tnleuhono HIS
Equity No. 123.1
I.V THE CIIW'IJIT COUIIT OF THE
HTATK OK OKEGO.V FOK KM.
OMVK THOMAH in
' . AND
Third Episode of 'VrilE LOST CITY"
DOROTHY GIHII in
"Remodeling Her Husband"
Third Kplhodo of "THE LOST CITY"
T L. Snook. Plaintiff, vs
w. unooK, uuienuant.
TO DBKTHA O. HNOOK. DEFEND
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
You arn horoby required to ap
pear and answor tho complaint filed
against you In tho abovo entitled
court and suit on or beforo Thursday
the 17th day of February 1 1 2 1 . that
Miss Maybelle Lcavltt. who hasibelng tho last day of tho tlmo urns.
been rennrttni? nml r.Hltin,. ti... .iCrlhcd In the ordor of imbllratlnn of
K'trSTx '.r Th0 "r k'ir!Uir
tho train yesterday morning for Bit- .orwlse movo. to for want thereof thu
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geno, whero aho will re-enter the
state school of Journalism. This Is
Miss Leavitt's Junior year. Sho has
succeeded In making tho society col
umns a sourco of great prldo to Tho
Horald, and an eagerly awaltod fea
ture to many readors. Miss lcavltt
will return In June, and will undoubt
edly Join Tho Horald forces again
PORTLAND, Jan. 3. Cattle high
er, choice steers $8. CO and '9,2C;
hogs higher, prlmo mixed 1 12 and
J12.3G; sheep strong; eggs nnd but
OREQON Tonight probably rain
In west; rala or snow in east.
plaintiff will apply to thn court for
the relief prayed for in his complaint,
to wu; j-or a uccreo dissolving the
bonds for matrimony now existing
botwoen plaintiff and defendant and
for such other and further relief as
to tho court may seem meet and
equitable, on tho grounds of cruel
anil inhuman treatment.
This summons Is nerved unon you
by publication thereof In Thn Even.
Ing Horald, a nowspapor of general
circulation, prlntod, published and
circulated at Klamath Falls, Klamath
County, OroKon, for six xuccosslvo
wookH, tho first publication bnlnir
January 3, 1021 and tho last publi
cation bolug Fohruary 14, 1921, by
order of tho Honorablo I). V, Kuy
kcndall, Judge of said Court, which
said ordor was duly made nnd enter-
od Decombor 31, 1920,
IL M. MANNING.
Attornoy for Plaintiff, whoso postof-
nee and business address Is I-oomM
Building, Klamath Falls, Klamath
Jau 3-10-17-24-31 Fob 7-44
"Always the Best for the Liberty Guest"
"IN WALKED MARY"
A real Romance you'll like it.
THE HOUSE OF TOYS"
The story of a gamble in Matrimony
There's a big one coming Sunday
"THE WHITE MOLL"
MAUKK1E TOUIt.NKUK'H MASTERPIECE -Tlio
World'n lllgKoxt Pirluro
Tim jilclure with n hundred thrills
Tito Hhown, OHIO nml Hi 110 Hharo.
t'OMINtt TUESDAY PANTAGEH VAUDEVILLE
Ifm-ry (,'nroy nml Hoy Hlownrt nro on mtmo bill.