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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 21, 1921)
MONDAY, FKimUARY 21, 1021.
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
W, It. O. TO KNTKUTAIN
Will Be At Elks
Ducknors Tonnccsocan Jublloo Sing
cm, nald to bo ono of tho boat troupes
on tour, will entertain Elks and
tliolr friends tonight at tho Klks
tcniplo with old southern songs and
Tho Bucknor troupo has a vast
roncrtolro of southern songs, jubi
lee, now nnd old, plantation Bong8(l)0r3( m Mtcsa by
and molodtcs, lullabies, camp meet
Ing choruses nnd comic songs. Class
Ic nnd comic numbors, choruses,
quartets, duos trios and solos, will
furnish a night of ontortalnmont for
Tlioro nro n few soats loft nnd
tickets will bo on s.ilo nt tho door
tonight for tho benefit of thoso not
already provided with scats. ,
Tho AVomnns nollef Carps will bo
hostesses tomorrow afternoon to
mombons of tho American taglon
Women's auxiliary nt nn entertain
mout it tho chnmbor of commorco
rooms. An Invitation has been ex
tended to all members of both or
ganisations. Tho affair opons nt 3
o'clock. Tho entlro program will bo
patriotic, consisting of musical num-
Dr. II. Ii. D.
Stownrt nnd an outllno rending on
tho llfo of Washington by Mrs. C.
outs mo run aTcn
II. C. Snyder of Hecrcntlon reports
n big catch of furs this season. Ho
trapped six cross foxes, 14 martens,
nlno fishers, eight coyotes nnd sev
eral skunks nnd mink. Tho furs woro
It costs moro to send n balo of
goods by truck across Manhattan
than to ship tho samo bnlo from Now i taken In tho hills batween Jenny
York to Duenos Aires. Crcok nnd Fort Klamath.
fnomng at the
"NOMADS OF THE NORTH"
JAMES OLIVEH CUnWOOD'S
Great drama of tho north with
CHANEY, BETTY ULYTHB AND LEWIS STONE
"The Palace of Darkened Windows"
10th Kplsodo of
THE LOST CITY
Colds That Stay Cured
Tompoary relief In not what you're looking for. TIio ef
fect of tlio 'medicine that you tnko depends not nlono
upon tho Infrrdients, but he skillful wny in which it it
compounded. To euro a cold, mi that jou Rot permanent
and lasting relief, take
K. K, K. COLD TABLETS
Positively the best remedy in our entire stock. Make
tho cold vacate without even M-trlng a removal notlco.
We don't lioiltato to recommrnd it in preference to alt
tho advertised remedies wo sell. Perfectly onfe oo dope,
no habit forming drugH. Don't let Unit cold verso upon
pneumonia. Here's the mcniui to stop it.
KLAMATH FALLS OREGON
WHERE. PARTICULAR PEOPLE
IpuritvI BUY THEIR DRUGS lAccupAcvl
ysfYsrss"ri"i'T"TTrrrr"""r " " jaam j j. YVViVirrViYvvvYVM'iYuAj
Chnrloy Polndoxtor Is In town from
Ills ranch In tho vnlloy today.
Louis Noll Is transacting business
In town today.
Art McDougall of Merrill Is trans
acting busluoss in town today.
l.olloy Rlchoson of Merrill was n
Klamnth Falls visitor Saturday.
DatuColwoll of Merrill wds In town
on business Saturday.
Stovo Drlscoll Is In town from Bo
nanza on business.
Frank Burns Is In town from, Fort
John Cox nnd Ed Fraxlor of Mor
rill transacted business in this city
Mrs. Jack Furbor roturnod Inst
night from a month's visit in San
Francisco and Ilealdsburg.
Miss Anna Scoflold Is spondlng a
fow dnys In Klamnth Agency guest
of her sister Mrs. R. T. Cooklnghnm.
D. I. Mcdeo, representing Langloy
nnd Michaels Co. of San Frnnclsco
Is calling on tho drug trado In this
Dr. Wlsecnrvor, C. II. Undorwood
nnd Austin Ilnydon loft Wodnosday
for several days business visit in
Ivan Iconblco a ranchor in tho val
loy accompanied by his family was
In town Saturday on business and
shopping with local morchants.
Lestor Klrkpatrlck of tho Merrill
Mcrcantllo company, enmo up Thurs
day for sovoral days on a business
Mrs. O. T. Porter will Icavo Tues
day morning for Portland, whoro sho
will spend sovoral weeks visiting
D. Evanlkotf of tho Alright farm
near Olcno, returned Saturday night
from a six weeks' visit at San Fran
cisco and Almlra, California.
Mrs. John I.lskoy of Malln loft
Sunday morning for Holllstor, Cali
fornia, whoro sho will visit rolatlvcs
and friends for a couplo-of months.
J. T. Ilcnloy and family who havo
been suffering from smallpox for sov
oral weeks havo boon rolcasod from
Mlko Horry nnd l'nt Qulnn nro up
from Merrill today on business.
Miss Kinmn Itobustnllnn Is rocov
orlng from a tousllllU oporntlon nt
a local hospltul.
Mr. T. Hi. Jolly roturnod today
from tho Jolly much tionr Merrill
whoro shu Bpont tho weekend..
Miss 'Ross Kllgoro roturnod last
night from a ton days' vacation visit
In Portland nnd Snloni.
Mr. and Mrs. John Fach returned
Saturday night from n six wooks'
visit with friends nnd rolatlvcs in
FOR HALM 1 llulck Hlx, u ronl bar
gain. TomiH Is doslrod; 1 Over
land 83, como ami mnko mo nn offor.
Mnllory (Inrngo, 137 8. Sixth Ht.
IMioiiu 378-J. 21-23
porty with iih, nnd wo will huitlo (o
find tho huyor. Ohllcoto ft Smith,
033 Main St, 21-24
FOR BAMS Rollnqulshmont on tim
ber claim for IfiUO. This claim Is
well located, (lovormont crulso
shows HSO.OuO fuut of tlmhor npprnls
id vnluo $800, It Interested phono
PRIVATW FAMILY Offers to bonrd
and room men or wanton. Cnll 3B0
0th St. 21-23
WANTED TO BUY Good usod Ford
rondstor or coupo with demount-
nblo rlms mul storngo bnltory. Soo
Dr; A. A. Soulo or L. A. Davison.
FOR 1U0NT BloonltiK room,
O. M. H. NOTION
Regular mooting of Aloha Chap
ter No. 01, O. 10. 8. Tuesday ovonlng,
Fab. 22, nt 7:30 o'clock. Rofrosh
ments, visitors welcome.
21 Knto I. l'oyton, W. M.
Y. II. Ccnnetto of tho Ewauna.Mo
tors company roturnod last night
from a visit to San Francisco in tho
interests of tho firm.
Miss Margaret Callahan returned
Saturday from Portland, whoro sho
has boon for sovoral weeks on bus
tness connected with her mllllnory
C. V. Holmes nnd wlfo of tho
Malln Mcrcantllo company woro in
town Saturday attending to bus
iness connectod with their local
storo, tho Klamath Cash Orocory.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rail of Bo
nanza aro In town for n couplo of
days business nnd pleasure trip. Thoy
roport tho roads to bo In an nlmpst
Miss Holon Drlseoo of Fort Kla
math who has beon attending teach
ers training school at Ashland has
returned and accepted a position as
bookkeeper in tho Mallory garago.
OIIOVILLI'3, Cnh, Fob. 21. Oro-
vlllo'a Chlneso section, famous In tho
fifties, Is fast disappearing. Wham
onco hundreds lived, today tlioro Is
scarcely n dozen natives of tho
Passing of Chinatown was noticed
on Chlneso Now Yenr's Day, Feb
ruary 7, when for tho first tlmo In
yenrs, tho cracking of firecrackers,
clang of cymbals, and tho shrill Chi
nese flutes worji not hoard hero.
A HPI.ENDIII POLICY.
It you woro oftfored n llfo Insur
ance policy, tlmt did not absorb any
part of your premium, In a company
that was safe and sound, It Is not
likely thnt you would rotuso It. In
fact tho agent otforlng such n policy
would bo swnmpcd with business.
Well, that Is practically what W. A
Bullock, ot this city Is doing. Ho Is
soiling a policy In tho Occidental
Llfo Insurance Co. ot I.os Angolcs,
Calif., that does this very thing.
Hero Is how It Is done:
Ho will wrlto you n policy on tho
20 year endowment plan guarantee
ing you that In tho event ot death tn
return nil deposits made by you In
addition to tho rull faco of your pol
icy. Should you bocomo totally disabled
from alckiioss or accldont, tho com
pan havo mado special provision
whoroby you will havo no further
payments to mnko nnd will pay f 10
per month on each thousand dollars
of Insurance you carry which Is not
doductod from your policy at death.
Resides, your policy matures tho
snmo ns though you had mndo tho
This Is ono ot tho best policies
over offered by any legal rcsorvo
company nnd tins other special fea
tures Just as remnrkablo as tlioro
outlined above Iloforo you buy that
Insurance you nro thinking nbouLrI!
you will call Mr. Bullock. 43-Wor
drop a car to 140S Orogon Avo. Ha
will bo mighty glad to toll you all
about It. Adv.
WANTED To buy from ownor four ' Hnrlnir board, rings, traposo and
or five room houso, closo In. Rnx lots of fun nt tho now Hot Bprlngs
19. Hornld. 21-23 bathhouse. II
FOR SAMS Ono 12-20Rumoly oil KOU BAMS Dry limb wood. Boo Al
pull trntcor. nlso 3 bottom 14-Inch Crystal or phono West hnd CJro-
gang onglno disk; usod about 30 cory. 21-3G
gnng edging disk; used about 30 I
days. All In first class condition. ' OPIIN V. OK V. MCISTINO
John SSblmlon, Merrill, Oro. ' 21-2D! TOMORROW KVISNINQ
FOR RENT Plonsant fumnco-hoat-od
bedroom, ndjolnlng bathroom,
use ot totaphono nnd Imth. Dr. Dom
orost. Phono 447-R or cnll nt 227
Joffarson St. 21
WANT TO BUYT Wo hnvo n very
cnrotully selected list of houses,
lots, business property nnd farm
Innds. It wilt pay you to sco us ho
foro spondlng your money. Chllcolo
& Smith, 033 Mnln Bt. 21-24
Tho first mombors' mooting ot thd
chnmbor of commorco slnco Novem
ber will bo held tomorrow night In
tliu chnmbor of commorco rooms
Thorn nro n number ot Important
matters to como before tho mooting
nnd nil members nro urgod to bo)
WANT TO BKLLT
-Wo nro real cs
I.lst your pro-
Tho Japaneso Hmplro consists ot
200,000 siiiaro miles, with a popu
lation ot about 77,000,000.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE
STATE Or OREGON, FOR KLA
William Jenntson, Plaintiff vs
Mnry Jenntson, Dofcndnnt.'
To Mnry Jenntson, Dofondnnt.
In tho namo of tho Btnto of Oro
gon, you aro horoby required to nn-
pear and nnswor tho complaint fllodl
against you in tno atiovo ontitioa suit
on or beforo February 28, 1021, .that
being tho last day ot tho tlmo pres
cribed for tho publication of this sum
mons and ir you fall to so answer or
othorwiso appear, plaintiff will apply
to tho Court for tho relief prayod
for In his complaint, to-wlt: for n de
cree dissolving tho bonds ot matri
mony now existing botwecn plaintiff
nnd dofondant and for such other nnd
furthor rcllof as to tho Court may
This summons Is published for
onco a week for 0 wooks by order of
tho Honorablo D, V. Kuykendnll.
Judgo ot tho nbovo entltlod Court
mado and cntorcd on January 1G,
Dato of first publication of this
summons Is January 17,-1921.
It. C. QIIOHSIIECK.
Attornoy for Plaintiff, Klnmath Btnto
Dank Building. Klamath Falls,
Oregon. 17-24-31 Fob. 7-14-21-28
When you are really
hungry, there's nothing so
appetizing and sustaining
as a savory dish of Del
Monte Beans cooked the
Del Monte way and fla
vored with the inimitable
Del Monte Tomato Sauce.
Try them then you'll
' CALIFORNIA PAOUNO CORPORATION
S FimiiUm, CtlilonU
PRE-EASTER SHOE SALE
r For tJieJ'emaini1n8f y in th,8 month we will place on sale some of the best known makes of shoes in America Nettletons,
Walkovers, Barry, Stratfords, Cutters, Bergman's, Forester, Three Lake, Napa Tans, Etc.
i33 ?er ce1nt discount on all light shoes and 25 Per cen off on all heavy shoes. Buy your summer shoe needs now. Our entire
stock of high grade riding shoes I3 off. ,-
Off On Any Shoe in the Store
UNTIL MARCH 1ST
$25.00 Shoes lo off ffclfi fie
$21.00 Shoes ? Il4 OO
$20.00 Shoes " $13 35
$18.00 Shoe. ViOMi
f a Maw
BARGAIN TABLE SPECIALS I'gSS Shoe" ? iS-fig
v,w viij ab.4t ow Hiding Boots, 10 orr, 2l fi1
J 97 cn d:i: ram. v tt ztA'x:
$25!(K) Riding Boots " " .".".'.".'.'.'.".".".'.".'$16 fii
yc&.vv xviaing Boots ' $15 0(
$ZU.UU Hiding Boots " " r-.$ 13.35
pio.uu jrviaing Boots U12 OO
$15.00 Riding Boots " " $10.00
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