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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 19, 1921)
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THE EVENING HEWALD, KLAMATH FALU, OREGON
MONDAY,, SEPTEMBER, IB, 1001.
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Tomorrow afternoon at It SO- lb
Elks Ladles will hold a iocial at
teraooa at the tomple. Mrs. Otoar
Peyton and Mm. Carer Ramsby
will act aa hoetessos for tbo oc
J. A. Houston and O. W. Hous
ton spont yestorday at Hound lake
on a duck hunt.
Frank, Hallwoll who has boon horo
from" San Francisco visiting his
brother. 0. t. Hallwoll of tba
Standard Oil company, loft yester
day morning for his homo.
Mil Mylor Calkins toft this
merning: for Eugene whoro sho will
enter .school for. tho coming year.
Miss Calkins has been employed for
the past year by tho First National
bank and has a host of friends In
town who wish her tho best of suc
Mr, and Mrs. Dcrt Wlthrow and
Mr. and Mrs. E. n. Jefferson spent
the week-end at Rocky Point. Bert
report that ho got one shot at a
dock and got one dock, and thlnka
that's pretty good record.
Jack Thompson, manager of tho
California-Oregon Power company,
and family left at noon today for
Copco and Medford. Mra. Thomp
son will stop at Copco for a- few
days visit and Mr. Thompson will
go on to the llogne Rlrcr Talley
Miss Mollle Donelson and Mrs.
Martha Hawkins returned yesterday
erentng from a week's Tacatlon
Tlslt at Fredenburg Springs. They
report a delightful Umo with the
weather Ideal until Saturday when
there a a slight rain. .
Frank Ira Whlto, an old Kla
math Falls resident, at one time
owner of the Enterprise ranch, Is
In town this week from Portland,
risking with old friends.
Mrs. CrandalV and son, Russell,
were Malln residents who spent tho
week-end hero attending to matters
- You Were a
how your folks were anxious
' for yon to study Music, and
you didn't want to or yon
wanted to study, and the
family purse did not permit!
With a good many of us It
was either one way or the
Are you going to have
your children grow up the
same way without a knowl
edge of Good Music?
If they show no inclination
s'n.'r!? study, a, fine playerplano,
Vbt: from the Shepherd Store will
. quickly develop a real tasto
f for Music. jYou know, every
v1 player can also be changed to
rc piano for hand-flaying, In a
J Jiffy then back again to
J, .plsyer when you want it. Two
" . Instruments in one, really!
'"D A Homeofthegntat
Harry Thrasher, Earl Smith and
Paul Hilton were a party of Kla
math Falls huntors who wont in
soarch of gamo on the Dig Marsh,
but wore unfortunato In not get
J. A. Foster, of Dutte county, Cali
fornia, arrived yesterday for a few
days visit with hla brolhor, John Fos
ter and family.
Erall Egart purchased supplies for
his ranch near .Dairy, from county
seat merchants, Saturday.
Fred Payno loft this morning in
his Ford bug for Eugene and plans
to enter tho University aa a Junior.
Joo Skolton, who has been horo
visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Stone,
will leavo In a few days for the
University of Oregon, whore he will
finish a course that was interrupted
by tho world iwnr.
Estel Wirtx, who! has been homo
for a few weeks, visiting his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Qcorga A. Wlrts, left
this morning for Dunsmulr.
"W. M. Hudson Is in the city today
from Portland and la a gueet at, the
White Pelican hotel.
William J. McCarthy arrived last
night from San Francisco and will
be hero on business for tho noxt few
Paul D. McKce, vlce-presldont of
tho California-Oregon Power com
pany, arrived last night from San
Francisco and is registered at tho
Whlto Pelican hotel.
T. a. Bradley Is In town on busi
ness this weok from Fall Creok.
Claudo Daggott left on this morn
ings train for Portland, where he will
bo occupied with business affairs for
tho noxt fow days.
Mrs. Mary L. Mallett and husband,
J. H. Mallett, who havo been here
visiting their sons, tho Dr's Mallett
and Mallett, left for their homo In
Portland this morning.
Druco daddes, a farmer on the
Merrill road, was a county seat visi
tor Saturday fo transact business
with Klamath Falls merchants.
J. E. Petorson waj in town on
Saturday from his ranch on the
Merrill road purchasing supplies.
Mrs. Honrletta Melhase returned
on last night's train from Saeamento,
where she has been spending a few
weeks with frionds.
AI Gould was In town over the
week-end from the Algoma lumber
camps at KIrk.
Miss Maybelle Leavltt, society edi
tor of tho Evening Herald, left this
STOMACH HEALTH IS:
REASON FOR JOY
MONDAY HEALTH TALK
(BY DR.. MALLETT, D. O.
The ability to eat without being re
minded of the fact by stomach pains
or otbor discomfort is one of the Joys
of lite. This does not imply that a
man must live to eat It simply
means that the aoan or woman with
a good atomach la fortunate. Food
can be enjoyed and forgotten, while
other activities of life are carried forward.
PRESSURE ON SPHUtt
NERVES IN DISEASES Of
The lower nerve
INOOLASS IS PINCHED
BY AWJALIGNEO JOINT.
PINCHED NERVES CANNOT
TIC APJUSTINO RE
MOVES THE PRESSURE.
THE UPPER NERVE IS
TREE AS NATUM INTENDS:
MALLETT & MALLETT
Office Over Underwood;. Drug Store.
Phone 539-J for Appointment.
afternoon by car, tor Medford and
Eugene, whore she expects to enjoy
a .wook'a vacation, visiting with
frionds at tho University.
Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Roberts of
Poo .Valley were In tho county seat
Saturday afternoon after aupplles.
No Hay Surplus
: On Adams Ranch
Thq wisdom of the farmers of tho
county furnishing their own markot
for'thelr hay Id clearly demonstrated
this year In tho ca6 of 'J. Frank
Adams, who Is the only fanner In tho
Malln section who Is able to uso all
the hay and grain ho baa raised,
focdlng the formor to his cattio and
horses and tho lattor to hogs. It has
been Mr. Adams' contention for years
that If the raising of hay Is to bo
carried on In this section on an ex
tensive acalo, tho growers must havo
stock of their own to consume It.
The success of his theory is aptly
demonstrated thl year.
. AGED MAN IB CALLHD
J. R. Woodlcy, an aged roan from
Chtloauln. dlod Friday at the coun
ty hospital, when ho had been n
patient since March IS. All his rela
tives reside In the east so far as In
vestigation show. Ho was burled In
tho county plot.
Vaudeville at Strand Sunday. 1B-24
JUDGMENT SB XMUKD
Roy N. Fonch, doing business un
der the firm name of Business Ser
vice bureau, was given a Judgment
by default In a court order today
against J. O. Coble for the sum of
1421.94 on a series of bills sued
for. - '
NEW DREDGE ON UPPER LAKE
The big dredge which has been
undor construction by F. Hill Hunter
abovo Bhlpplngton waa launched Fri
day and moved to the California
Oregon Power company diking opera
tions on the Indian marsh lands.
The new dredge will reinforce the
"Klamath Queen," tho Geary Invest
ment company's dredge, which has
been working on the big reclamation
Job for several months. Unless acci
dent Interferes both machines wilt
work thnSugh the winter
Vaudeville at Strand-SunSsgc.19-24
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with most folks
who want to be
U that Uiey
they see it be
cause Its so or
looks like COM
There are many
forms of stomach
trouble, some of
which are not due to
but to the weakness
of other organs in the
a 1 ! m e'n t ary tract,
which Includes the
liver and other in
testinal organs. When
any of the alimentary;
organs are out of or
der, it may affect the
Chronic Nervosa Dysyepef
Is No Longer Present'
"For a period of five months
attgeks of nervous dyspepsia
made life a' nightmare. I took
every; .form of treatment without
relief until I tried chiropractic.
, After two months I was well and
am more healthful 'today than
ever before.'! L. Klarman, Chir
opractic Research Bureau, State
ment 1231 C. - i
WHEN HEALTH BEGINS do-
pendH on when you telephone'
639,-J for an appointment. Con
sultation Is without charge.
COSTS FIGHTERS $10.
Main street was tho scene of a
free for all disturbance a little after
noon today when William Clapp and
Joe Tramell engaged In a fistic exhi
bition. Tho police arrested both and'
a quick trial before Judgo Leavltt re
sulted In a fine of $10 and costs to
NOTICE I. O. O. F.
The Orand Master of Oregon will
visit the local lodge No, 137, Friday,
Sept. 23. Tho meeting will bo a Joint
one, Including, Bonanxa, Merrill and
the local lodge and all members are
requested to be present
By ordor of Scc'y. -10-38
0. B. Mangue.
The Wonderful Alaska Picture
"THE FLAME OF
Bee tho mad rush for gold, tho
wonderful fight and tho quoen of
the danco ball, full of thrills and
'OOMINQ SUNDAY Another won
Vaudeville Road Show
The kind that wear and stand
looks, and service.
tht kind that, dollar for dollar, outwear so
called cheaper clothes (costing half as
remember the old saying that "the memory
of service outlasts the memory of low price."
wear clothes which are guaranteed to be of
the same high quality standard as last fall, at
the new price range, which is one-third lower
than it was twelve months ago.
Kuppenheimer Good Clothes
An investment in good appear
ance in economy as well
the nation's1 standard for
clothes value and economy.
$40$45 $50 $55
co tho nevr mo0c!i la the windows
K. K. STORE
tho hotue of Kappenholnier good clothes
HOLCOMB & RICHARDSON
We have purchased the fruit and
" grocery business at 524 Main streets
occupying one-half of the Palace
Market. t t
Our stock is being rearranged
and .replenished so that we 'can
serve the public to their advantage.
The Sanitary Grocery ,
a clean store !
a clean stock
;a square deal
Phone 577-W C. H. Barnstable. Mgr.
up in fit, in
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