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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 14, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
By Our Country Editors
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MT. LAKI & FAIRVIEVV
Ttio ltov. IIulol nrcnchrU nt tho
Mt. l-akl church last Sumlny even
In K. Ito will hold service.! thero
nijnln tho ovcnliiR of October 22.
The young ladles of Mt. Kakl Sun
day school with their teacher. Mrs.
T. it. Cn held a class nicotine At
Mrs. Morrison's Thursday evening.
Mm. K. It. Durkro niul children
nud Mm, lloorgo llmlnlph and child
ren spent one day with Mrs. bnr
Kcn'R'und Mrs. Undolph's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. S. lC.istwood l.nt
ifurk butchered calves this
Several of the Ml. I.akl ladles
npent tho nftctnoon with Mrs. John
Theodore Case Jr., has been lit
for eovcral days.
Mltlo Jack Itnys who has been
visiting; with his grandparents. Mr.
and Mrs. R. C. Eastwood, returnrvd
In his homo In llend Saturday.
W. ttiirk has purchased n I'ord
Mr. nnd Mr. John Koontr wer?
Klamath Talis visitors Saturday.
Mrs. C. Snow nnd Miss t:ster
Kellsmler attended tho t'icsl)terlan
meeting at Merrill Wednesday even-Inn.
Tho Klamath I'u.Mtirc company
has moved wos-t of lliotr cattle,
which cro being pnstuted on tho
Hay company ranch tho last few
The .Wgomn Lumber company I
building n new gniuge.
The Oregon-California Tower Co., !
Is Installing n 20-Inch pump to pui.ip
water In the Algoma Lumber com
pany mill pond.
. Telerstelner wont to Klamath
Kails on. business last week.
Ketdeer tiros li.we been ptoulnR
tile last few days. I
GIRL BUDDIES TO
AT NEW ORLEANS
Chaa. KaiiRht was called to Hon
nusa Thursday to see. tiln father, John
Kanpht, who fell from a liny toft atulj
was seriously. Injured. He was taken
to Klamath Kails to the. homo of his'
sister, Mrs. Hutchlns. where he will
rccle medical aid. It Is feared ho;
lias recclted Internal Injuries. I
C. M, KIrkpatrIck and L. A. I.ny-'
man aro grading the Shasta View'
i. K. Johnson has nearly complet
ed his thrashing for the scaccn. Mr.
nnd Mrs. cJhnson and family will
make their homo In Klamath Falls
J. It. fl, Haynes told his ranch and
expects to return to Ashland. ,
Mr. Craig Is hauling ro to Dig
NKW OttLCANS, La., (let. in. I
filrl buddies of the soldiers In Trance
comprising the membership of the
Women's Overseas Service league,
will meet with the boys they former
ly aided for tho first time, at tho
annual convention of the American
Though they sorted side liy side
with tho men In Trance, the over
seas girls. Including In their ranks
canteen workers, searchers, hospital j
hut workers, entertainers nnd librar
ians, aro not eligible to lesion mem
bership hecaiue of their chlli.in stat
us during I lie war.
Already 2,000 former overseas wo
men In thirty cities are enrolled In
the orgaultatlon a little more than a
year ngo. according to officers. Ited
Cross, Salvation Army, V. M. C, A.,
V. W. C. A.. JottJii W.lfaro board,
National Cathell: War council and
American Library association women j
arc Included In the membership. - j
A bill to Incorporate tho league
now Is before the senate Judiciary
committee, the house having passe.";
favorably en tho measure. Miss
Louise Wells of Chicago, national
president, announces tho organiza
tion Is non-pollttcal nnd will under
take no legislative program. Our
aim Is to glvo government recogni
tion to the wemen who were asked to
serve their country," said Miss Wfcllj.
ai uranara .is Dunaing a garasc, Knox HaUncw gtyjes ,n velours
on his ranch. i and Beavers K. K. K. Store. 12-14
S. A. Masters went to Klamath ,
Tails last week on buslncs. I
Horald classified adj pay yon.
We me making up i carlrcul of Poultry recti Oct. - mid
to IIiomj nliu place their uislers with (lie ia.h ,. nuikc the follow
I&ir Muli, per cut RJI.IO
Scrntcli Peril, jmt ct JI.O.T
0(1 Ment Scrap, per" cwt ."i.lVI
iO Meat Scrap, per c1 .. 1.7.1
(round Hone, jht ctvt ....... . !.'
flrit, jmt ml -. I .BO
OjMcr KlieIN, jwr cut . l.HO
Charcoal, per cut -l.li-1
Murphy Seed Store
Eil SOUTH SIXTH ST. I'HO.VK 87
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Big Bill Fairbanks in '
"A Western Demon"
AND TWO GOOD COMEDIES
Show Starts 6:15
Admission 10c and 20c
America's Best Dressed Woman
Prcm the famous novel, "Tho HIro of Iloscoe, Paine," by
Joseph ('. L'nnilr. Vuu liuvo neer teen gowns llkn Miss Cnstlo
wears In ' f"nturo plctuio. All thu latest from Tarls ami In
them slio l'nti"r:, Sbr also shown her lateit bathing creations, also
Nick Coil r Pelcctlve Story and Oood Comedy.
CONTINUOUS SHOW SUNDAY
Shows Start 12.15, 2:30, 4:30, 6:45 and 9:00
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SALE WILL BE IN CHARGE OF MR. E. A. ER1CK OF PORTLAND, OREGON, FACTORY REPRESENTATIVE.
Hundreds of Housekeepers will be made happy because of thi s remarkable Special Sale of Aluminum Ware. Probably never
again will it be possible for us to offer you such sensational values.
Not licht-weight "Bargain Sale" Ware But every, piece guaranteed for TWENTY YEARS.
An early attendance is urged so YOU will not be disappointed
Quantities Restricted. '
No Telephone or
No C. O. D. Orders
Baldwin Hardware Co
Klamath Falls, Oregon
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