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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 28, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON,
flowing at the
"THE DEVIL'S GARDEN"
A wife ntonhiR licr ulnj n liu"lnml flRtitltiR In
sllnrt and temptation, niul facing himself tho tln ho
couldn't forslto In hU wife.
"SEEDS OF VENGEANCE"
Starring Barnard Durning
IN THK riltCUIT (X)UItT OK THE
STATU OP OREGON, POIl KLA
MATH COUNTY. . ,
William Jonnlson, Plaintiff vs
Mnry Jonnlson, Dofondnnt. r
To Mnry Jonnlson, Dofondnnt.
In tho nnmo of tho Btnto of Oro
Ron, you nro horoby required to ap
pear nnd nnswor tho complaint filed
ngtilnut you In tho abavo ontltlod suit
on or beforo February 28, 1921, thnt
botnR tho Inst tiny of tho tlmo pres
cribed for tho publication of thin num
inous and If you fall to so nnswor or
otherwlso appoar, plaintiff will apply
to tho Court for tho rcllof prayed
for In his complaint, to-wit: for n do
crco dissolving tho bonds of matri
mony now existing botwoen plaintiff
and dofondnnt nnd for such otlior and
further rcllof as to tho Court may
This summons Is published for
onco n week for 6 wcoks by order of
tho Honorablo D. V. Kuykondnll,
JudRo of tho aboro ontltlod Court
inndn and cntorod on January 1G,
Pato of first publication of this
summons Is January 17, 1921.
n. c. anonsDRCK,
Attornoy for Plaintiff. Klnmath Stato
Hank Hullillnp, Klamath Falls,
OrcRon. 17-24-31 Fob. 7-14-21-28
Mrs. 1. V. Sylvostor, promlnont
clubwoman of Aloxandrla, La., Is a
candldato for tho mayoralty nomina
tion of hor city.
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The Army Goods
1136 MAIN STREET
ALL WINTER SUPPLIES
AT VERY LOW PRICES
Wool Underwear, new, per garment $1.25
yool Underwear, reclaimed, per garment $ ;75
Regulation Army Shirts, Wool $3.25
Heavy Corduroy Pants $4.25
Khaki Pants $2 .50
Wool Breeches $3.00
U. S. Government Wool Blankets $4.25
U. S. Army Munson Last Shoes ,....$6.85
U. S. GOVERNMENT CANNED BACON
v Packed in 12-pound cans, and every can is positively
guaranteed by the U. S. Government, per can
XUIill LAKE NEWS
Charles FntiKhn was in town Inst
Friday making final proof on hlsi
Mr. Hunter spout last wook In j
Ktamalli Falls attending to buslnoss
Mrs. Win. Froor Is confined lo tho
houso with tonsllltls. I
lludolph KJImn was taken to Mer
rill Monday whoro ho wns oporatod
on for appondlcltls. Tho doctor re
ports It a very sorlous enso, Mrs. ,
Kllma Is In Merrill 'with htm.
Tho condition of tho roads Is fast
Improving. It wont bo leng: boforo
tlioy nro In Reed shape
OREGON Tonight nnd Tuesday,
cloudy or foRRy In tho wost, fair In
tho caBt portion.
KOll SALE Extra good largo cow,
now milking; 2 holfor calros flvo
and Hi roo months old. Inqulro Vik
ing Orocory, Oregon Ayo. 28
WANTED TO RENT Furnlshod
houso by young couplo. Telophono
FOR BALK 1 cash register; 2 por-
colnln bath tubs. Good and cheap.
Sco Dick, CtU and Klamath Avo.
We have only a limited supply of this Bacon on hand.
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we Ann phepahiid to make
Lowest Possible Quotations
ON A COMPLETE LINE OF
LUMBER, MILLWORK AND BUILDING SUPPLIES
We can furnish any quantity for any purpose. Quality, the
best of its grade. Let us make you a flat price on the complete list
of your requirements and save you money.
Buy Made in Klamath Falls Products
Lakeside Lumber Co.
OWNED AND OPERATED BY KLAMATH FALLS BUSINESS MEN
Lost Two spanlol pups. Flndor
1'loaso return to It, II. Davis,
Whlto Follcan hotel. Howard. 28-2
FOU ItENT Throo unfurnished
housekeeping rooms. 021 Oak St.
Vflll ItnNT Filrnlihrd nnnrtmnnt.
C31 N. 8th St. Phono 413-J. 28-2
11UY YOUR BARTER cards and can
dles at tho Klamath Falls Nows
Stand. A. II. llhlo, prop. 28-2
FOR SALE Pair of brown porlloros,
nlmost now. Phono 251-M. 28-2
FOU SALE Eight lsylng bens,'
chicken feed and wire Dotting.!
Phono 251-M. or call 826 Mt. Whit
ney St., back of 934 N. 9th. 28-2.
FOIt ItENT Dry land ranch. Infor-j
mntlon apply Union and Division
Avo. Mills Addition. 28-C ,
FOR nENT Slcoplng room. 406
Pine St. Phono C1C-J. 28-1.
MADE IN KLAMATH FALLS
nnd build up
KLAMATH PAY HOLM
iaKEHIDE LUMHEIt CO.
Onnml nnrl nnonvtnrl hv Klnmntti
Falls business men 2Stf Bank Dulldlng,
sssssSsatm. 1 tT
A most unusual display of the sea
son's newest Millinery offerings are
being shown in models that are
distinctive and authentic.
Tuesday, March 1
Gertrude & Co.
527 Main Street.
LOST Saturday nftornoon on Mor-f LOST Ono 33x4 tlru and rim think
rill Road, Kolly-Sprlngflold cord I lost 11 on tho poor farm road,
tiro. 32x4, rim nnd cover. Howard. Flndor ploaso return to Perkins Fur
It. C. Orocsbock, Klamath Btato1 nlluro Houso will pay for any trou-
25-2 I 1)10 OI ruiuruniK ouuiu. - -
A New Straw Hat
Your last season hat may be transformed made
new by re-coloring it with hat dye.
Putnam Hat Colors
for the reason that the colors are permanent and beau
tiful. Made in eight shades
Black Purple Navy Blue Brown
Red Light Blue Green Golden Brown
They are applied with small brush, and dry in a
few minutes. No matter how dingy and discolored
the hat may .be, it will come out bright and beautiful
after a coat of color has been applied.
Price 25c. (Mail order customers please add 6c
for postage.) ,
AH Shades Colorite Same Price
l PU&ITV I
WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE
BUY THEIR ORUG3