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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 21, 1922)
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HE EVENING ftfefrALP; KLAMATH FALLS, OftfettON
SATUlMV, OITOIIIlll '31. HCJ'J
A Hlcnilj- round of social functions
filled the calendar for tlio weok past
ami many bids aro nut for coming
. fiiiicllnnsjChtir. Ii 1 nativities eon-
W tijuif-'tp ocil fry a "Van of sthe fcom-
v't'- eili'hljhtc. "'llhJIo-v.iVn parties nro
'J ke'nedtj'od to fin tlio next bin nf-
' " frtfrH for which nrrnRemnnts nre
TliV Klks loitKe held Its first In
fnVmnl dnnco Thnrsdny uvenliiK In
, tlio bull room ,of the temple. The
nffiilr vna n'ttended by tlio majority
of Klks nnd their Indies, who dnnc
cd until tlio conventional hour of
12 o'clock to tlio strains of lions
Tlio Klamath county hlRh school
entortnlnod with n dancing party
Saturday night for their own stu
dent body nnd for the visiting foot
ball train from Medford.
Mr. WUlllani Duncan was host
ess Wednesday to The nrldso club.
Three, tables were In progress
throughout thn afternoon, at the
I close of which dainty refreshments
Tho Missionary Society of the
Prcshyterliin church mot Thursday
nt thu church nnd wero delightful
ly entertained by the hostesses Mrs.
K. 1,. Klllott and Mrs. Occrgo Orlt
ale. Tho topic for the day was In
dians, nnd Mrs. llert Thonins sann
two Indian sours which were tultn
In keeping with tbn main topic.
Thn Woman's Home and Foreign
Missionary So. Inly of the Emmanuel
llnptlst church met Thursday after
noon nt the homo of Mrs. Henry
(Irlmes In Hot Springs. Tho topic
of study was Stewardship nnd nt tho
cIofp of this study tho hostess serv
ed her guests with n dainty lunch
eon. County candidates and their
friends wcro guests of tho Henley
school district Friday when an even
ing of entertainment was provided
by tho hosts and guests. The can
didates were allowed an hour fn
which to Introduce themselves and
make a few remarks regarding their
political program.' "
Tho A. N. W. club was entertain
ed on Tuesday of this weok by Mrs.
Jennlu Hum nt her homo on 1'lne
street. Tho guests of tint club on
this occasion were Mrs. Rice and her
mother, Mrs. Riddle, who Is visiting
hero, and Mrs, Crandall.
Friday of next week tho Past
Matrons club of tho Eastern Star
lodge will meet at thn Daldwln ho
tel. On this occasion Mrs. 0. K. Van
Hlper will act as hostess. This Is
tho club's first meeting since tho
election of tho following now offi
cers for tho year: Mrs. Frank
Ward, president; Mrs. II. F. Mur
dock, vice- president, and Miss Muud
Daldwln, scrrctry and treasurer.
Tuesday night Alohn chapter will
entertain with a banquet mid rciep
tlon for tho past matrons and pat
rons. Tho Ladles or St. Pauj Episcopal
(Inlld entertained n largo group nt
pcoplo last evening at the chambor
of commerce, rooms with an evening
TO JIK GIVKN AWAY
HATl'ItDAV, OCT. 'M
YOUR WINTER'S '
should have your attention.
Cool weather and Btorms
force prices up.
Our fuel is the best, our
S rices are right on Slab,
locks, Body and Tama
Your business is solicited.
0. Peyton & Co.
of games. The nffnlr vim for the
purposn of raising funds for the new
church, Clever Imitations were
son- out earlier lu tho week culling
attention to tho affair.
The Happy Hour N'eedlework club
Is tn be entertained by Mrs. W. Tern
pier next Tuesday nfternoon.
Mrs. II. K. Wright was hostess
Thursday to the Krliln club honor
ing Mrs. Iturge Mnon. u member of
tho tint) who tins hern nlxont for
nuiuber of months.
Saturday afternoon of last week
Mrs. Oscar Shlve entertained with a
birthday party In honor or her small
daughter. Helen, flames were en
Joyed throughout the nfternoon by
the following little guests: Itutli
Chlloote. Ruth Vannlce, Henrietta
Hratton. Mlrlah (Irlmes, Horothy
rtron, Jean Heard, Holen Cofer,
Jennlfl Deliell, Klleen White nnd
A social function of nrJe this week
was the bridge party given by Mrs.
Hurge W. Mason on Friday nfter
noon at the Hall Hotel nnnex. Klght
tables were In progress until late j
In thn nfternoon when a luncheon
was served. Chrysanthemums In a
number ct shades were used In the
decorations and a basket of flowers
was given as first prlie. TIip prlio
winners were: Mrs. M It. Evans and
Mrs. l.eslln Rogers. Following Is
ihn guest list; .MesHnmes W. K.
Lamm, II. I). Newell, C. I. noborts,
Fred Schallock. II. II. I.. Stewnrt, E.
D. Johnson, llert C. Thomas, Oscar
Shlve. W. C. Van I'mon. (I. K. Van
Riper, M. S. West, C. A. Hnydon,
Warren Hunt, O. A. Krauso, R. E.
Wright. K. n. Hall. I.. Tcrwllllfor,
R. B. Wnttenberg. II. N. Moo,
Charles Mooro, 0. A. Hellman.
Charles Collier, K. 0. Cummlngs, W.
A. Deliell. William Duncan, M. 1.
Kvans, K. W. Oowen, S. II. Kvnns.
R. C. C-rocsbeck. Miss Mario McMil
lan. A charming party this week was
that at the home of Mrs. I.. L. Truax
when sho entertained the I. B. O. on
their annual guest night. Tho rooms
In the lovely Truax residence on
Pine street wcro decorated In a pro
fusion of flowers and ferns. And as
each guest arrived sho was presented
with a corsage boa net by llttlo Jean
Goeller and Jean Beard, who were
dressed In dainty yellow and white
dresses. Present were: Mesdamc
llert C. Thomas. H. I), L. Stewart.
K. D. Johnson. R. C. Oroesbeek, O.
L. Drown, 8. II. Evans, Marjorle Gal
lagher, K. G. Cummlngs, R. B.
Weight. J. J. Furbor. V. O. Drew
baker. Harry Goeller. J. P. Wells,
J. I.. Heard, C. V. Fisher, E. L.
Cramblott, Arthur Rice, Riddle, John
Sargent, Misses Vera Houston,
Waive Drew, Ruby Fenwlck, Flor
ence Porter and Minnie Baruum.
Mrs. .Charles Ferguson entertain
ed last week nt an elaborate dinner
for Mrs. Wllford B. Lamm at her
homo on Conger nvenue. Mesdumes
H. Robertson, Charlton Currln,
William Ganong. Steve Sabo, 0. A.
Rellman, Harry Poole, Harry Aek
ley. Misses Agnes Lee, Alice Mack
ford and Deity Keys.
FOR SALE I tl!t Maxwell speed
titer, factory body, top mid wind
shield. A bargain nt f 1 75. Klam
ath Falls Auto Co. 21
FOR SALE 192t Dodge minister,
good rotulltloti. Klamath Fulls
Aulo Co. 21
FOR TAIIE l Overland roadster,
( electric stiirtr, now to. repainted,
good condition. Will trade for lot,
Klamath Kails Auto Co. 21
POTATO HTOHAOK ill' It
Storo our potatoes until tho price
Is right. Wo are on thn track so
you ran load anytime tor out'ldo or
local market V are bonded. II
tensed, fireproof, frostproof and
fair. Our rat( Is I Br per sack from
time stored until June 1st next year.
No other charge.
See us nnd talk It oer
FOR RENT Iledroom.
FOR SALE Urge library table nnd
9x12 rug nnd draperlos. tit!)
Pine St. 20-22
I WILL GIVE some responsible per
son the best proposition they ever
had If they will correspond with me.
Money I no object character J. A.
Pickle. Chtloquln. Ore. 21-24
NeTifi: mil ruiii.uMTiox
HEIMHTMHNT OF THE INTERIOR,,
l S. LAND OFFICE nt Lake-view, ;
Oiegon, Septembur IlO, 1V22,
NOTICE Is hereby gtwn that
I Hit It It 1 ll.lfl'nf uOllly.i ItJloLllf f loit '
l KM r, I411JI IV llOV l'1'PI-iillitv I
address Is Oleue, Oregon, did, on the
t?ll. .1 .r I...... ltl1l HI.. In llil i
lll IIIIJ ll II1IIIC, l.'WM, HIV HI lllll-
oiucn 'jin Muieiueiit ami jm'"h
Hon, No. OllS'y, to piircliitso thu
tU HlVl! .,! I, mi IT. 'Pnuilalilll .'IVI.
Smith, Rnngo ttH East, WMIIaiuctto
Merldlnii, and the timber thereon,
under tho provision of the act of
June ISTS. and nets nmendatoo, j
known as the "Timber nnd Stono
Law," ut such value as might bo
fixed by appraisement, and that, pur
suant tn such application, the hind '
and timber thereon have been ap
praised, Two Hundred Fifty Dollars,
the timber eilliunted I7."M hoard)
feet ut I 00 per M , and the land .
7 : . it i) ; that said applicant will of
fer final proof lu support of his np '
lllli'iltliltt unit .Kuril .filhitiinnl mi
the ISth day or December. t!)23, bo-
fore llert l Thoinm. Pulled Slates
'omiiilsslimcr, at Klamath Falls,
Any person Is nt liberty to protest
this purchase before entry, or Inltl-I
ate a contest at any lino before patent
Issues, by filing n corroborated nffl-
ilnvlt 111 llil. itfflf.i itllnttliii. fnf-ln
which would defeat thn entry
F. P LIGHT. Register.
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Sunday, Oct., 22nd
REV. (1. L, HALL
will niemh n( (lie
Emmanuel ItnplNIi flnilrli
Senlns 11:00 A, M.
unit 7:110 P, M,
i:trjimi Is iiiiillallv Imlleil In
iilteml tlii'Mi M-rleeo
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BOND THEFT CHARGED
FOUND Watch fob. See Tom
Uarkley, Triangle Cafe. 21-24
'-'0 l'ei-on Indliteil tiv 1'iilenil
(iianil Jury nt MliiluNipollo
MR. WILLIAM MORGAN of Ran
Francisco, piano tunr, la making
his headquarters (or few days wltk
tba Karl Shepherd Co. 7-tf
Robartaon'a Chicken Tanalei,
wholesale and rotall. 1113 Main St.
Herald cluslfled ads pay jon.
TONS OF WATER
EVERY Clark Grave Vault
before it leaves the factory
withstands the severest powible
tests. It is completely submerged
in water subjected to two and
one-half tons pressure. It must be
absolutely air-tight and not at any
time permit water toleak through.
(Stone, brick and concrete vaults
let water in and bold it.)
Its proved protection fs made
permanent through the use of
heavy twelve gavge Keystone
coppsr-heiri steel the most
perfect rust resisting steel made.
All joints are doubly welded ; are
thicker and stronger than the
pUtes themselves. We earnestly
recoauaaad tUt"wlsty'! vault.
AU0 Pine Ht.
il'PTlOV QAI.P A. I. iv riMirl. Mr
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rill Valley Road, near County Poor
Farm, will sell all inv live-stock,
wagons, fa tin machinery, dairy
equipment and household goods.
sale commences nt 10 o'clock A. SI..
October 25th. Free lunch. 1). C. Dim
mitt. Owner. 21-24
ALL KINDS of work gloves nt tess
than usual prices. Shoe repairing
of high quality promptly done. Ma
chlno and hand work Juck Frost,
Sixth street Just off Main. 21-27
MINNEAPOLIS. Oct 20 Twen '
ty-slx persons. Including bunker.
bond salesmen, and three or fouri
newspapermen, hnve been Indicted '
by n federal grand Jury charged with 'I
Implication of nntlon-wldn bond
thefts. Dnlted States District Atlor-.l
ney French announced today
ARIZONA and COLORADO proper
ty to trad for Klamath Fnlls
property. Goorgn Stlllwcll, 1319!
Johnson street. 21 '
Dr. Van Waters will give a lec
ture on Psychology lu thn Woman's
Library club rooms, Monday at S I
P. M., to which everyone Interested
Is Invited. Thiii.. who attended tin. j
psychology class last winter nro es
peclally urged to enmn out 21-23
Morning Sci-vlrc. It o'clock
Sennon, "CHIHSTIAX I.EADKRHHIP IN CHI'ltl'll AXD STATE"
Mrs. Donna Coldapp will hlng
Ktenlng Mt'tvlro, 7:31). Hong; Kcrvlrr
Horninn, "VISION AND A I.IFK WORTH WHILE"
Scluml of Hrllglou Elllcllon, 1 A. M.
Knuorlli lengui'. OlHO V. M.
WctlnCMbiy evening: Mud)-, 7:.10 "The 'Importniiulo Sunl"
THE Clll'RCII OK A WAItl HEART IfHIi unit Pine
F. L. MOORE, Minlmtrr
The nlilp ulilcli ilrltlx lamU nt la. on the nnk. The Inn nf
gravity pulU nil llilng- ilnuii.' The eay thing U nfti-ii not the
bct Indcril, Hie liaril thing inAyusunllv he cliinnni iu Ix-ttei.
If )ou rune ilrlflcil nwny from ('oil color to church Huiidny,
II A. l. 7::HI P. .M.
Sunday Kilionl, (0 A. M.
Presbyterian Church, Sixth and Pine Sts.
Altlinr L. Hire, MlnMcr
FREE PUBUC SCHOOLS
Open to All, Good Enough for
All, and ATTENDED by All
What is the purpose of our
Public Schools, and why should
we tax ourselves for their up-
The Rev. Dr. McDougal of
Washington, D. C, will answer
these questions tomorrow. Sat
urday, evening at 8 p. m. al the
Methodist Church, Tenth and
High streets. In a lecture on the
afHrmative side of the Coaspul'
tory School Bill. '. )
ALL VOTERS in this com
munity should hear this eraineat
Compulsory Education Bill
(Paid AdvortUomont) v
Chrifttinn Science Society
OF KI.AMATH FALLS
l.lhiaiv llldit. :inl mill Main
Sumliiy mIumiI fniin III 1,1 (it til: LI
Siimlay Sertli-e II A. M.
Weillieilny .Meetliig N P. M.
Subject for Niniila), Oil, .!
"Probation After Death"
1'ieo reading 11x1111 anil fiiv lend.
lug library open from U::tO to
1:110 p. in, on ToeilajN, Tluir-
ila ami Satuiilajw
HEAR EVANGELIST CHAS. W. JOHNSON
Next SiiiiiIii, October U'J '
lllhle Hiliool, III A. M.
"Mmiilim Sennon, "Hie SoiiI'n fry In L'iuI'
MEN'S MASS MEETING, 2.30
c. i:., itiim
EvcninR Sermon, "THE CHANGELESS CHRIST"
The charm of Bohemian restaurants is the mooting with peo
ple who appreciate unusual things and the service of dishes,
cooked to perfection, not found in ordinary restaurants.
Henry On, chef of the Tin Hing Guey, is one of the finest
cooks on the Pacific Const.
In addition to tho usual meats and vegetable served every
where, at this Klamath Falls Hohemian resort, you may surprise
your palate with a Spanish omlet or with a variety of omleus
cooked just so and served with your favorite salad or should
vou wish to explore unfamiliar gastronomic fields have Henry
cook you- . -,'i H
An Almond Chicken-
A Lobster Mushroom Chop Sucy; ' '
A Li Hung Chang Chop Sucy;
A Fried Chicken with French Mushrooms;
A Fried Duck with Lotus Seeds, or
. A Yin War Chicken, or
A Sai Woo Duck.
Note Three hours notice must he given for preparation of
last two dishes.
FINE COOKING-FINE SERVICE
619 Main Street Up-Stairs
TeL 140. Telephone your order and make sure of prompt service
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Get the Habit
Start a Bank Account. Don't be ashamed
of a small one. We're not.
The WOULD pays homage to the man
with a savings account.
WE PAY HIM INTEREST.
The First National Bank
KLAMATH FALLS,. ORE.
The 'Home 'of Over 4400 Depositors v
Membsi'r Federal Reserve Bank ' M.
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