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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 21, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON,
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. i-qoAij iikkvitiks
Mrn. T. E. Ethqrldgo Is visiting,
in town from WoFden. 1
At the Theatres
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Miss Vora Duncan is n visitor In' '"on I'olly Mnralon. daughter of t
tho city from Matin. ' i a millionaire cotton broker of Now ,
. ,-,,.. i York was compelled by her father to
Yni.V v . "ftf1" ' Wo,rord ofi make n choice of oud of two men who
Jalnnx nro vIbJiTTb hero. Mr. Wol- ,OTotf ,,, ouc ft poc 10 ollu)r n
fordj Is a mcrdmnt. of Ynlnnx. j proMlyJtock rokoft, aho aecluos lhal
John Hnwkfrthns recovered from! given nn hour's start, She would loavo
n sprained nnklo and Is now able to town In her nutomo'bllo and that sho
deliver tho Heralds In tho snmo good j would bestow hor hand ipon the
order as fermerly: J Hist ot her suitors who-cnught her.
Kr. and Mrs. ,H, It. Van Vnlkon-! T1,i3 I"cturo wUI ll0 hown ,lt tho-
burg hifye gonol to' Odessa to brluB Star Theatre tonight.
hack Mrs. G. A; Martin, -wbo Is vis-1
Ring her Bon,-,whq resides thoro j A photoplay with n distinct heart
-vt' n'"'!! W'S'i j appeal and tenso dramutlc action Is;
.... ..-,, IUK uriM,r .orr.,0lllorth0 shailow Paulino Fred-
latest Paramount starring ve-'
hlch will bo shown at the
Tomplo Theatre tonight.
o flrc dopnrtinont, is away on a ,,., ,
i 9 ., n . cricks
a-dnjliunUnsijHrlp to names vnl- ...
f. ,Willlam 'North is taking his L, ".
Miss MyrtloVRecord and Miss Cora OIMKCT TO WORK IX
Simon, teachcrs"In the local schools,
spent tho'.weckVnd as tho guests ot
Miss Evelyn Applegate at her homo
In the Swan' Lake valley
Mts. Phoebe Wells of Ashland,
who formerly resided in Klamath
county for a pferlod of over 30 years.
KICK WITH JAPANESE
MARYSVILLE, Cal., Oct. 21.
Because ranch bands are balking at
working for Janmeso In the rico
fields thoro Is a scarcity of labor audi
at the same time never have thoro
is in tho cltj; on business connected, been so many unomplayod men' on
with her extensive property inter- tho street, according to tho govern-!
eEts ' ment free employment bureau hero.
Mrs. HHJ-Gallagher ot Willows. s,,ice Jl,1' ns man? as 174G ",enl
California formerly Miss Majorle havo bcon furnished employment!
McClure of this, city with her two, hcr0 wlli!o ln Rutte county 3316 J.
lovely childre'n, Betty .and Bob havo!sue" have becn STcn iohs- '
arrived In tho city for a months visit ' " ;
with lier mother. Mrs. McClure. Mrs. ' Tao increased rates of pay for!
Gallagher atended high school In this London policemen aro attracting
city and has many friends who will Eonie of t"e professional men from'
be delighted to welcomo hor home. a" grades ot society. j
TWT'WIWITlWirWI'MHBiWF'WnWW'WH iiimiim' mm I ' H
I BUYING FOR CHRISTMAS NOW I
in o are wondering how our stock of fine Pianos, Piny- H
I'A ors and Phonrgripbs will look Chrlstmns morning, for
t3 i-(r before In our history have wo sold so many iuurI-
W$ cal instruments In Octobor and hnvo tho nurchasors say,
KM; "This will be our Christmas presont. Wo aro buying
it-V inw because wo doubt If you will havo tho variety to
5ji choose from later on." H
Sl Think of tho extra montlm of enloymonl In store for H
& you if you let us deliver your musical Instrument now.
i! We Invito you to pnll In. I
H EARL SHEPHERD CO. I
mk Over no Years, One Husincs, In One Famll I
m 307 Main St.
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jjyjyr JVALC4CtKJM1 Mrw tw tm
Any Pair of
Betweeh the Hours of 4:30 p. m. and 5:30 p. m. Wednesday
THE REASON WE CHOSE THE HOURS IS TO GIVE THE WORKING MAN A CHANCE TO BUY
RESERVED ALL ON SALE
YOU CAN TAKE YOUR PICK OF ANY PAIR OF DRESS OR WORK SHOES IN THE STORE, NO
MATTEL WHAT THE PRICE MAY BE. JUST PAY HALF OF THE REGULAR PRICE FOR ONE
HOUR ONLY ONLY ONE, PAIR TO A CUSTOMER LOGGERS AND HIGH TOP SHOES EXCLUDED.
Limit 2 to a customer.
We have 40 'good quality $2.50 and $3.00 Comforts. They are
single size, but a dandy value at the above price. You yill have
to hurry for these. They go on sale Wednesday BETWEEN THE
HOURS OF 9:00 A. M. and 10:00 A. M. for
SAFETY SAVING SATISFACTION
Dainty Exquisite in Color1 Durable Beyond Belief
Kayser's Silk Underwear
Is a Joy to Possess '
Yet It Is Economical
of ItH pnrti Hllk fabric, but you
It InuudurH without losing Its
You lovo tho luxurious "fool"
nppreclatn oven more tho way
Kaysor Silk Underwear Is beloved of feminine hearts for Its
perreitlon or (It, daintiness of trlmmlmt and llultih, and excep
tional wearing qualities.
Ask to soo tho many Htyles and iiovmI dcHlgns on display hero,
and boar In mind that Hh durability malum It highly economical.
Italian Hllk WkIn ijW.ftO, $1.50 and $.1.00
Finished with Hand Tops, regular or bodice stylos, some laeo
trimmed In flesh and white.
Knvelope CheuilNo ijtmo. 9.1.00, 90.50 and 37.no
Of flesh colored Cropo do Chine, Italian Hllk and Wash Bntln.
Slmplo or laco trimmed styles,
Kllk lllooiuer IjCt.no to 9,1.00 ,r
Of bonutlful Italian Silk, Vnh .Siilln and Crepn da Clilne.
riatn and lnco trimmed styles, ,
Crepe do Clilno (i'ouiih 8H.A0 hi 9l2.n0
Hnndsomo embroidered and laco trimmed inodoli. In mnny
attractlvo otytes. Flesh color. s
Cornet Covers, Special nt QO.tlO . -
In whlto and flesh slmplo nnd effectively laco trlmiuod itylti.
' ' N$N
In Remarkable Variety for Selection
Thousands of Handkerchiefs
for Men, Women and Children
The town's best showing of handkerchiefs, we' believe. Handkerchiefs of
soft sheer lawn, of like linen fabric and pure linen itself and the prices in
every case are exceptionally low. We mention
Women's Handkerchiefs at
5c, 10c, 20c and 25c
Hnndkcrchleftt of noft lawn, mercorlzod cotton
nnd Fairfax, n fabric closely resemblliiK puro lin
en. Thoro are plnln homtttltchcd, Initialed nnd
ombroldorcd hnndkorchlofH. Some with borders
nnd cornora In color. A very varied assortment nt
tho above prices.
Women's Beautiful All-Pure
Linen Handkerchiefs at
35c, 40c, 50c and 60c
noautiful Do Luxo and I.lsmoyno nil puro linen
handkorchlofa. with homstltchod borders, band om
broldorcd Inltluls or othnrwlsa attractively made.
Several styles havo bountiful colored borders and
Women's Crepe de Chine
Thoy aro very protty, nnd very popular, too, at
presont. In plain color 'or tho whlto with bordor
In nttractivqly new colored patterns.
I'InIn Colorw JMc, with Fancy lJorilei-N, il.lc
In Boxes 'of Three -
Of llnon-llko cotton matorlnl, hammond border,
attractively embroidered cornor design; 10c box of
Of pure linen, homstltchcd bordor, colored em
broidery corners In buttorfly design. $ 1 . 2 Tj box ot
Men's Handkerchiefs at
10c, 15c, 25c and 35c
In nent hemstitched nnd Initialed ttylea, mide of
soft llnen-llko mntorlal. Full Mzo. Women till
do woll to contpnro the values we offer, when
milking purchases for men.
Men's Fancy Border
Of soft mercorlzod ootton, with arosi-birred
satin strlpn bo'rder. A very attractlvo 'ktrcblet
3fie or .1 for 1.00.
These dainty little handkcrclilofi male IM
gifts for tho children. Of soft, sorTlccable lwi,
with protty colored borders and cunning chirtctw
Boxes of Two 10c
Hnirdkorchlcfs of soft cotton material with
dainty, dellcutely colored borders.
Boxes of Three 'Kerchiefs
19c, 25c and 30c
Of soft cotton material with colored border and
elthor Initial or nursery charncter corner dew-
In sots of threo one each In lavenaer, Dim ao
PICTORIAL REVIEW FOR NOVEMBER NOW ON SALE
L0HELLA, Oct. 20. Mr. nnd
Mrs. Frank Grohs wori surprised by
their many frlonds last Frldny even
ing, when they woro honored with
an old-time charivari. Mr. and Mrs
Grohs aro occupying their new hoino
on tho south side of tho vulley.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Kollor havo re
turned from California, Itftor an ab
senco ot two y'oars. Mr. Kollor has
entered 'tho employ of C. C. Lorenz,
the plumber, ln Klamath Falls. Mrs.
Keller Is spending tho weok with
Mr. nnd Mrs. Alfred Kollor,. nftor
which sho will return to tho Falls,
whoro thoy will makatholr h6mo.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Campbell
woro pleasantly surprised by a num
ber of their friends last Friday
ovenlng. '"Flvo Hundred"- waB tho
pastlmo of tho evening, and refresh
ments woro sorved boforo tho guests
H. B. Wlnnard, road supervisor,
has begun work on tho construction
of a bridge across Miller creek noar
tho Gerber ranch, Tbo old brldgo
Is practically falling down. '
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hamnkor aro
leaving for Ashland to spend tho
winter. Mrs. Hamakor wishes to bo
noar her mother, who is ln poor
Mrs. Alfred Keller ontortalned a
few ladlos Saturday aftornoon In
honor of Mrs, Will Kollor.
Things are certainly, looking up
in this part of the country since ir
rigation is an assured thing,
R. F. Tuttle Is planning to mpye
the house from tho ranch ho Just
sold to Marshall Orr to hla place on
The Ladies. Aid society Is plan
ning to 'hold a bazaar In Fordnoy's
Hall on the evening of November 8.
They will servo supper n't tho samo
I1IO COFKKK CHOP
HONOLULU, T. II.. Sept. 27.
(lly Mali). ArrniiKomontH havo
been mado In, tho Kona district ot
tho Island ot Hawaii to obtain tho
help of school children In harvest
ing nn unusually largo and early
crop' of coffeo. During the picking
season tho schools will bo closod for
cortuln porlods. .
The Womnns Benefit Association
of tho Maccabees will 'moot. tonight
at H.00 o'clock at Mooso Hall.
I)y ardor of Mrs, Edith Johnson,
21-lt Record Koopor
KOTICK OF FINAL 8ETTLKMKNT
Notice Is horoby glvon that tho
undersigned has fllod ln tho County
Court of tho Stato of Orogon for
Klamath County, tho Final, Account
or hor administration of said Estate
nnd said Court has by ordor fixed
Novombor 24, 1019, at tho hour ot
Z!3U o'ciocK P. M. as tho time anu
tho court room of said Court In tho
Cljy of Klamath Falls, Orogon, ns
tho place for tho hearing of said
Dated Octobor 20, 1019..
AGNES II. ESKBLSON,
Administratrix of the Estate of Or-
vlllo J, Eskolson, Decoasod.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WANTED To buy small homo in
good neighborhood. Some cash
balance terras. Write full, particu
lars 27 Herald. 20-.lt
FOR RENT 2 unfurnlshod roonib,
7th and Main. Inquire C. B.
Crlsler, 326 Fifth Bt. 21-3t
HOME FOR SALE Modorn bunga
low, 7 rooms and sleeping porch;-
narawooa noors; peamed callings;
exceptional conveniences throughout;
superb view. .For further particulars
see Ownej;, Mrs. Qurcelon at Court
MONEY TO LOAN On nutos,. fur-
nituro, real estnto, XYZ Herald.
Prmicii iiiithorltics eitlmati IW
one In every thirty of the allied .
(Horn who entered tho couslrr '
rled u Froncb brldo. v ,
HTAH TIIKATRB T0XI0HT
Monday Bargain night, pouHjM
Pnnatnnco Talmftdge In 'puttw
tho Gooho" and Wallace Reld '
.. Mllllnna." "
THE LESSON OF
The earlier your child to Utt
the. value of a clean mouth i
sound teeth - the healthier
. . -.in h In (1
nnd happlor ns
Vnd all thP a
frloos and mouw. - ,
which the le0B can he