The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, October 29, 1922, Page Page Six, Image 6

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Mr. nml Mm. Arthur Tinnier were
tftlmntli .'nils Vltiltors I'rlilny.
Un, .1. W, Taylor unit ihmchfer.
Arlone, wore Ktnmnth Kails vlaltnre
Slut. H. Rtufcel lias returned frmn
n;h6rt ".lilt with lelnthcii In Mel-
foril.
rii'Uren, l'red I'otuison. Jr., nml
Joftn DMnr, tiAunliter of Mr. ami Mm.
Jstta Pro of lllldnbraml. Tho
children hud a delightful lime.
Tlw public aehool li propArlnp o
proemm 10 he xlvcn on or nbout tho
tint of November.
Miw i-etn unvei nnu -t nomas 'rIafS.. , 6,fj1MR0 r,n. tlto .rtsht tu .
KiMcfcury were tmtrriod lit Klamath strike. u mieneitod hs V. 11.
iFnlla latl weefc. Tho hrlito U a pmekhon-o ot Oiivcnpart. U. ,
Kiwiuaic ui ino . v.o u -.v.- inenmiic i,PTO DefOCO tllO SOIIl OT
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS,
PREFERRED CLASS
FOR RAILROAD MEN
IS HELD ESSENTIAL
OREGON
monh.w, orroiiKit no, tii-iu.
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pflllei t
;i hum lire
tlio until
i n-1 'l tile ii felon
v'i.iviUI cliiMlhctv
In
IIiih viiiill In- iMiii'iinll.v true It I
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. CHlCUiO. O. t. .!(, - n.-ilni; of
railroad omplo) mm in a "pivfcrrcd
i"A number of Merrill reople nt
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lennnii inn i.mhcv miin in """i ; riu hirii wiiooi. mey n ior n trip PUa, ,.oarntloa of tho national a
Htiturtlay, Orl, 2J. They reported I . pctaluma In Visit relatives of the .oriaiioii of farm conlnmonl intimi.
fnrturern.
mu li mi net t'(int:ilni'il the Mlpula
tin i th.it Mich clitploHUcnt would nt
nil limeii to linen to turn atut wont
en of proper quiilltU.Ulims, icptril
lee of their ufflllntton or nunif
rillutlnu with my ort:iinUatlilt.
"It woull become Impctntlvo tlr.tt
Wnlten:
rilt.
lirlfrt.1 t'finfl Amnnflr tfiMtn iiltil'
wrro Mr. nml Mr. .1, W. Taj. lor,
Mr. PnvU mid tiiiitimer Davln.
Mr, nml Mr. 11. II. KoUbins of
yr.nilg IV.m upoit keiiinl tl.iyx IhsI
week In Merrill, Iho r.neits of Mr.
Knlihlna' mint. Mm. t!e.. WrlcM.
rM. liurr Westtirnok In spendliiB
tho enk In Klnmnth I'nlU. the
Client of lior iltor, Mrs. It. ?. Oropi
hnck. Thnuulay jmi:- e rf the l.nl'ei o.'
tho l.lbrnry chili met at Iho lilnary
nnd RRTe tho nintii n noml rlennliiR.
Thoc hulphtR were MwsJnnies I'oior-
ron, Thomn, Merrill, llnlley, Walker dny.' Ho
nml ('. llowiiiiui, i noo.-po
It, II. Anilcrron mient tho wu-k-r
ul In Klnuuith I'iilli'.
Mm. I., t'. Ally wnn a Klar.iatl:
KnlU visitor tSftturtKiy.
Mr. nnd Mr. I.oland 1'opo havo re
ttirncit homo after a lalt with Mr.
und Mra, l'reil 1'oih.
Miss Nina Dlmmltt and l.ynn
Hnycfl wore innrried In Klamnth
l'nlls, Wednesday, Oct. IS. The bride
bride after which they will make
Ihotr home In Uimamulr, Oallfoniln.
Tho tetilip elai of tho Merrill
high ehool elected the followtiiG of
ficers Tor the yoer: proIJeat. I'rwl
"flnch a meaiinro ahontil offoctlve
ly prntoet the country Trom .1 repl
litloii of iho (llsastront strike
thniiKh wblch It recently passed.
Pope; vl-preldenl, MIm Uoatrlce nnd ttshop Ii an era of comparative
see, n m1 treas., John Mor traannlllty Innofar ns tho nation1
iT.nllronl transportation Industry l
j eoneoniod. ho deelarcil.
AI GOMA "Woro conRrest to ennrt a. law
cenpri'iiti IlkewUo ttitarnuii'ii the c.ir
1 rlern a fixed into of letiiru on tbulr
ipropoiiy v.ilunt,- r" ib,, Kre.it trans
! portal !o.i ttvstom are to lie n.iU'd
I from the ikMtriU'tlvo and itlran
Kant ifi'i'iU ot coveriiuieut owner
ship and uperatJnn with the prople
nt larpr the i;reate.-it tlrtltns of ko
r.ilse n policy.
1 Thfl recent coal strike lermlua
ted- In a complete Wriery for tho
miner without the operator, loilnc
; rrrncnlsinc nil railroad emploveoji aiijtiiini. nd they will recoup
JoLu HaRelsltoa has been plowlnft . C9,)p(.ui x.i0 ... ,i10 Krr..irp ihreiiBli advanced nrlcea to the con.
Ijr ttu Iat few days.
Inri.l roinfert of the public, declare ! mi w' ir public. This strike demon-
Win. 1'rbaia nsotd 21 head of cat ; tlietsi to be a preferred elan, nnd fix
tin to n. I.. MoLcmnre l.ut tfatur-' Uielr waciM perlodlially on n Ii.ihU
la thu' dnunhter ot Mr. .-Mil Mm.
U. (.'. nimtnltt, residents ot Klamnth
county for n number of year. The
Kroom l:i the ipn of Mr. and Mm.
II. I. Huyesi ot Merrill. The ycuni.
peoplo havo nicay friends who wish
thorn wall,
, A rood deal of hay ha been re
ported sold around Merrill the lmt
wc-ck.
Mica Ruth Illll spent the week
end with her psrent Mr. and Mrs.
Y. T. Hill.
Card lmn been resolved In Mer
rill nnnotnclns tho niarrtace Oc
delhercd them Sunday.
Krau?i went to Tort
Klamath vrhero ho luu aciepted a
pwltlim a lght foromnn.
Jean lloffmmi. ilsuchler of Mr
r.nd Mr. Oeo. Ilottninn. han con
tracted a bul cast of pneumonia
AurusI Kruger ha ai.copto.1 a
position with the ttste ltlKhwaj rom
mlistou. S. A. Mutton and Karl Kr. uv
went to Klamath rail Trlday on
biulueM.
Ketkrecr Uros .are stiil rut tins
Brain with their combined harvester
The rata delayed thcr.i about a we.-k
KliKhtly In i'Suij of tlume p.i'.d In
other UnlurtrliM. coupled with Dm
provl'i- i li.it iiii imiiciNmI refu al
t. coniiMue uh ruipliinieiit wo'ihl
Rirated the rnllary ot totiRlderlnn In
dutri.il and economic problems rnU
e.l by I hi employer nrnulescliiR In
.41 of tlii'lr euiiloyci'!i' demnudt and
traiii'iiliiluc nildltli'U.il cost to the
i .ui 'i "linn public
ssssmtast
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wiiKitr. t:vt:uviu)iY coin
iie.mi: or tiii: uoimtvso.v i'i:ati'ui:s
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ceciisi: ix on. u.vcinkkkim; W
nniMixoi'AM. Ens. Oit. :"
I A chRlr of pt troleum and oil en
Slnecrlnp. Uo firt to bo Instituted
!ln Knj;lnd, hB-tc?n opened at
lllrmlaElism t'nhenUy. The firs'.
course ofTereU to itudents Is con
tobcr 19 of the Hev. John Watson tlned to KenertI tnlnlns and terh
end MIm Cecilia Pomiulst. Tho'ntaai ca-;!nerlnB; tae second and
Kev. WoUm supplied the Merrill I tnlnl years wm include 'oil well
enure h tn mimmer or V2i.
The In die' Ai.1 met at the mans"'
WoJmwcUy October IS. The ladle i
arc busy petting ready for their an
nual bazaar.
Mr. mid
children spent Saturday In Klnm mw In thl Induitry in Inland.
nth Kails. Mm. Mary A. Dicw.
mother of Mm. l'c tenon, cave a
birthday rally for her two crand
nl.llllni, ,.n.r.lM nn.t ,llnv Mn.
j .(.lll.tlf,, IUM,Mt ,ltU .V....W, V.W.,
,itructlon and operation.
I i .ie new (lepariiiirni oi me uni
vorlt has been i. id-' passible
elkBaVftaAwY & SBT.f J 1 , t . .ll.M
Mr. t'rn.1 I'trn nn. ". "' Jt.u.HIPU "-
Itobertson's Chicken Tamates.
whol'tale nnd retail. 1113 Main St.
IStr
Ths bigjjest show ever seen here for the Money
America's Most Famous Outlaw,
ROY GARDNER AND HIS LOYAL WIFE
Showing his escape and capture and a hundred
other thrills, and
Ncal Hart, the Western Cyclone, in
"TANGLED TRAILS"
Shooting, riding, fighting and action with thrills
all the way through. Also,
NICK CARTER DETECTIVE STORY
and Comedy
Show Starts at 6.15 P. M.
10c Admission 20c
SB BROTHERS
BUSINESS COUPE
The Approach of winter cmplmnlzca the nll-ycar use
fuliicst of tlic cur. i
Wind and elect bent in vnln tn'.nlnst the vvcntlicr
stripped doom and wiadowj. A lloor rjtlitttor l;eepn
the interior in warm ni n tooin. Tlte witulmw nru
readily adjusted for ventilation.
Undctlyini; these seasonal romfotts, is the snilafnc
lion owners fed in the ear's exec ptionnl stuttiincs.3.
The body proper is a hand-wcldctl steel unit. Il
is now c.cnerally l:novn that this novel construe
tion liai made possible Dodi'.e Urothcr.t cuntnel ftiu
ish (instead of paint) which is baked nt hlp.h tent
pcrnturc on. the surface of the sited.
The trinincss nnd c.rncc of the body linea ate cttj
hnnecd by a uon-rutnble fnbtie top and tearquartcrj,
fashioned in the prcucnl attractive mode.
Genuine Spanijh blue lenther upluilntcry, wide smi;
littiiit: tloora and lociny lur.s-tli1 ipmitcm heighten
the imprvusio.i yosi i.mt.uitly p.et m thcc.u's distiuc
live fitiujc for service, cillicr tuuinrsi or social.
Tin' prlii' I. .SI.lNl.im ililUrti'il
W. S. WAKEFIELD
122 Klnmnth Ave.
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K. STORE
E INVITE your inspection of
our showing of Overcoats
from the House of Kuppen
keimer. New exclusive style
creations new fabrics in ex
clusive patterns -lower prices
$35.00 to $60.
Curlee
Overcoat from
$17to$30
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LEADING CLOTHIERS
creations now ready I
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