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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 25, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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A WoMciij JUnlnjj l'klutv
A Murk Scnnrtt Comedy
Ford Sterling and lie Comedy
Frank (Jroli la In 'the city today
i from tils ranch In upper l.tingoll Val
' Ixivvronro Hiimtcrann Is lsltliig In
Ml.o city from Sun Diego, where lu
' (niv rustd t-
Mr. nnd Mrs V. (V llodgtnnn le't
I Una morning for Redding, Califor
nia, whore they ri'sldi.
1 Mr. mill Mrs. J. Tramel loft this
morning for Southern California.
Oscar Huber, Klllott Corbet and
Km I Heolulotdt U In town from
his, ranch near Honansa.
II K. Wlnnard Is In tho city to
day from his ranch In l.aiigoll Val
ley. J. It. Gilchrist Is In tho city from
11. Skoon Is In the city from
H. V. Hull and family are In the
c ty from Dorrls.
Mrs. (5. K. Skoon was in tho city
from Uorrls shopping ivtorday
J. Kcets was In town yesterday
trom his ranch In lingoll Valley.
Mrs. C. F WInnok Is coufined at
her home with a severe attack of
Mrs. Mary McClendon formerly of
Chlco. California, has come to Klam
ath Falls to make her home. She Is
residing on Oregon Avenue.
MPDDIII nPFPA UniKPi Miss Hetty GaddU. who Is ono of
MOTION PICTURES Kiamatn s most talented musicians,
TXJWSDATH AND SATURDAYS , has opened her Music Studio atfove
HtKrOL OrcvtMi , ,j,e Star Drue Store.
Mrs. John Shepherd Is In the city
today from Pine Grove attending to
Ross Flnley, who has been very
ill for several weeks, is gradually
Improving and is now able to sit up
in a chair
Mrs. S. K. Seeds, who has been
ill for over a week with a severe
and tonsilltis is now ou the
"PAID IX FUM."
Two rtefls of Good Comedy
The Japanese host never entrusts
.the making of tea to his servants on
high occasions; it is a task he inra-'
riably performs himsetl.
Scotch fishermen, who are among
the most superstitious of folk, be
lieve that contrary winds will be the
result of havine eggs on board with
' road to recovery.
THE OWL CAFE
Special Thanksgiving Dinner
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" Uipe Olives Hearts of Celery
, . Soup
TfeZt- i ...-- Turkey Glhlet
VSiV Vr :,?av,are t Canapes
i ;'- s.tiiwi
. . . Fresh Crab Mayonaise Dressing
. . . Choice of
KoasU .Young' Klamath Turkey,. Cranberry Jelly
Roast-Suckling Pig. Klamath Daked -Apples
Jtoast Voting Chicken, Oyster Dressing
II. N. IIOE, Proprietor
PRE - THANKSGIVING SALE OF LADIES' FINE
Less 20 per cent
SOME ARE VELVET TRIMMED. SOME ARE SELF
TRIMMED. SOME ARE RECENT ARRIVALS IN OUR
READY-TO-WEAR DEPARTMENT; BUT ALL ARE
EXTAORDINARY VALUES, AND INCLUDE THE
CREAM OF THE SEASON'S MOST LIKED STYLES
YOU WILL MAKE NO MISTAKE IN SELECTING
YOUR SUIT NOW, FOR THE SCARCITY OF GOOD
WEAR IS BECOMING MORE ACUTE OUR SHOWING
IS EXECEPTIONAL FOR THIS TIME OF THE YEAR
AND AT THE MOST PRONOUNCED SAVINGS OF THE
Prices Range from $40 to $75
Every Suit at a Discount of
20 per cent
OF MARKET PRICE
This Sale Closes Thanksgiving Eve
Candled Sweet Potatoes
', : ' M-. r ' . . Choice ot
.'Hot Mince Pie. Hard and Brandu Sauce
English, Plum Pudding. Hard and Brandu Sauce
'. " Pumpkin Pie
THE OWL CAFE
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Begin today making a list
of your friends whom you
would like to remember at
Christmas time, and come in
and see our fine, large stock
of Greeting Cards.
WV KLAMATH FALLS OREGON TFh?w
I PUPITY I
WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE
BUY TMCIR DRUGS
A. J. Anderson, who spent tli
Hummer in this city, left thf morn
fug tor Southern California to spend
the winter. Ho exixicu to return
here In the spring. .
J. A., Smith, who has heon in thin
' city on bualncs.s left for his home in
Asliland llilH moraine.
M. It. White left on this morn
hr's train for Hornlirook.
M .L. Skeltou and K. I). Skelton
of Jacksonville, left for their home
Percy Burke, of tho Klamath
I State Bank is ill at li Ik homo at
i Pltus Flut8.
Mrs. A. P. Black of Portland, who
lias been here for some time visiting
her father, Air. It. A. Burch, left on
thin morniug'.s train for her llome.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Brown loft
this morning for Oakland, Califor
nia. They Spent the summer In
Klamath Palls. I
Mr. and Mrs. "W. H. Utile and
child, who havo been In Klnmathi
C P. Ooddard
Oil Company has
fi-w days In town
of the Standard
been HpcndliiK a
ou biiNliieXH con-
ii, i:. in
necked with the company.
('. Bradbury, a resident ot Klam
ath County, left on this morning's
train for Seaside, where he will
opend tho winter, lie was ucrom-
1 pinled as far as Pugene by Mrs. C.
J Bradbury, who will spend some
time visiting there.
Mrs. U. V. McCaw. State Organiz
er of the P. !:. O. Society, who has
been here on her tour of inspection,
loft this morning for her home in
S. A. Danford. dlstrlft Supe-;ii-tondent
of the M. K. Church, who
preached Sunday morning and even
ing at th" Methodist Church of this
city, left this morning on the train
for his home In Ashland.
Mr. C. II. Griffith of tho Stearns
Ilolllnshead Company, .1. Prag and .1.
W. Wolford of tho J. K. filll Co.. of
Northwest of Malln,
on () D. Taylor ranch
I SiniX'il to llila placo Oft II,
' 1911. one UolcKloln heifer bnnJed
J I) or f) mnr A Pull crop ol left
ear. half rron off ilht Mr 0r
mm linw k.i in.- lit iiavine feed I
innii naXni! fr il i- ml Knterprirt
Itniifli. Pliniir -' ..:x ...
left this morning for their homo In
Mrs. Anna Jackson loft this morn
ing for Dorrls to stay until attor
Thanksgiving with frionds and also
to look after business. She wilt re
Kdward Currigan, who havo been
hero on business returned to Port
land on the train this morning,
Mr. A. P. Heldo of Portland and
O. W, Plume of tho Automobile Bluo
Book Company of San Francisco,
loft this morning for Portland on
Mr. and Mrs. P, M. Lucas of Mod
ford have been visiting Mr. and Mrs,
Percy Evans and other friends the
lust two days. Thoy left 'this morn
ing for their homo.
Palls shopping for a couple of days,! ,'ortl:l1"1 loft t,llH morning on the
train for that place.
John Dixon, son of Tom Dixon,
has been discharged from the United
States Navy and returned home hist
evening. Ho has Just returned from
Alaska. Mr. Dixon has been station
ed on tho battleship, Saturn for
Tom Dixon, County noad Master
announced today that work was pro
gressing rapidly on the Midland
road. Thoy nro using tho caterplllor
an.d big grndor. In a couplo of days
thoy expect to be on tho Tingloy
It pays to advortlso In tho Ilernld,
Its a nowspapor with a circulation
Starting Wednesday we will offer to the ladies of j
Klamath Falls the most remarkable reductions in J
stylish FALL AND WINTER HATS. Several un-
trimmed shapes that have been selling regularly
for $8.00 and $10.00, for $3.00. Models in Beaver,
selling regularly at $15.00, for $S.00. AH trimmed
hats at great reduction during the sale.
THE PARISIAN MILLINERY
DUCKS FLY SOUTH.
SACItAMKNTO, Cnl., Nov 22.
Thoso who wor.o among tho Fort' I)ucks "rlving from tho north dur-
Klamath visitors In the city yester
day arc: J. M. Copoland, Mrs, H. B,
Loosley and daughter, L. II, Lawrit
sen, C, K, Carter and C. S, Jackson,
P. L, Carlson, W. G,' West, and C,
R. Dennis, are visitors In the city
from the Klamath Agency, They
nre reg'Jtered at tho Hall Hotel,
Ing tho past few weoks to spend tho
winter In California stop but a fow
days In tho Interior of tho Btato'nnd
then soek tho salt water about San
Many of the birds, 'exports, say,
aro botherod with vermin and they
know salt water baths will rid them
of tho "cooties".
Will be able to take the best care of your
in all kinds of. good things to eat. Below are enum
erated a few of the best things you will want.
Fancy Celery, "Z"""'""101
licit t grade CranboiTlc ,". -2V
Noiio Huch Mince Meat, package S
Hulk, pound " '. We
Wollniun'ft AsparnKUH Tips, tho best know, cau jse
Wi'lliunii'N Idirge Olives, per iiuiirt ;
Funcy California CurrantH, pound -,- W
Hun Maid Hocdlctttt KiiIhIiih, package '"iW and 60c
WcIIiuiui'h Fruit Salad, per run -
HwtM't I'oUUovh, IjcUiicc, Cauliflower. ,
Oranges, bananas and everything else that'sgo
Oh, yes ! All kinds of new nuts, both sJjS.
unshelled; blanched, roasted almonds ana pw
Buy some apples now.
The Sunset Grocery