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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 2, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
"THi: PICK OK THE I'lCTt'lMCS"'
II. N. MOE, Proprietor
HARKY HOItKI., Miislnil l)h m tor
II .V. I'OOM", Owner.
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An Exceptionally Pretty Little Show Entitled
"PLEASE GET MARRIED"
Winsome Viola Dana and she's clever
Friday we show George Walsh in
'THE WINNING STROKE"
And Soon "Broken Blossoms"
Doors open at 1.30 and 7:00 P. M.
SU.KM. !.. 1' ') " Kolit'rtH,
itivtrlot iiiiomoy or J.icUucn comity.
today Mod In tho supremo court a
i petition for n writ of mnmlninu to
I compel Hon V. Olcutt, ntt secretary
or state- to certify tho offlco of i;ovor
nor to tho county clerks of tho state
as one of tho olNcos to bo filled at
tho election In "1920. Tho nppllen-
jtlon is based on Interpretations of
tho ci-nstttutlonnl provision hod
orts. us district attorney, makes tho
nppllcntlon. he says, hecnuso ho ho
Moves It Is the duty of law ottlcorn
to seo that the stnte laws are com
J. ll. Kline of Algoma as a isl
tor In Klamath Falls yesterday
Mr. and Mrs. J.. A. Gordon return
ed last night from a week's visit in
S. C. Hamaker and wife left this
morning for El Centro, California,
where they will spend tho winter
visiting with relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Davis of Bot
lingham. Washington, who have
been visiting W. A. Delzell for the
last week, returned yesterday. Mrs.
Davis is a sister of Postmaster Delzell.
George Walton, manager of tho
California-Oregon Power company,
of this city, came in on last night's
train from Vreka, where he has been
attending a managers' meeting of
i Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Jones went
to Weed yesterday to meet their
daughter, Mrs. Lawrence Mehaffey.
of Antioch, California, who, with her
infant son, Lawrence Jr., has come
to make a holiday visit with her
parents. They will be joined by Mr.
Mehaffey at Christmas tlmo and will
remain over for the holidays for a
visit with relatives and friends in
tho city. Mr. Mehaffey was assist
ant cashier of the First Stato nnd
Savings bank here for many years.
Benton Bowers, a capitalist of the
Rogue River valley, came in last
night from his home in Ashland to
look after his large interests, here.
BAY BRIDEGROOM IS
WKLL KNOWN IIERK
Announcement has been received
of the engagement of Marion R. Mc
Ferrin of San Francisco to Miss Mar
jorie L. Smith. The bridegroom
elect is well known here, having
been employed by Roberts & Whit
more for a year and a half. lie left
here about two years ago.
Note. Friend of Governor Ol
cott. who also holds the olllco of
secretary of stnte. from which ho
succeeded to the M0V'lrnorshlp on
tho death of Governor Wlthycombo,
contend that ho Is entitled to hold
tho governor's ofllco until tho expi
ration of the term to which Gov
ernor Wlthycombe was olected, which
ends In 1922. Opponents argue thnt
the law entitles him to hla seat only
until tho next election following his
succession to office, which is In 1920.
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WILL BUILD ON
Harry Peltz. wholesale dealer In
tobacco and confectlonory, has pur
chased a lot on Klamath avenue,
between Seventh and Klghth stroots.
and announces that he Intends to
erect a two-story brick building on
tho property In the spring. Hu pro
poses to erect the building for tho
use of his own business.
Tho dislike entertained In Serbia
Xor fair hair is so great that It ex
tends even to tho whlto hair of old
ago. No Serbian matron who re
spects herself would think of ap
pearing in public with whlto hair.
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has become very appro
priate for the season.
We have just received
a shipment and have a
Velvets, Plushes and
Corduroys in black,
brown, navy and green.
$1.75, $2.00, $2.25
POLO SETS are the
season's rage. In the
large cities many are
wearing them We have
them now and they are
very pretty in bold col
ors. The set consists of
Tarn - 0 - Shanter and
scarf to match. Pretty
patterns, bold colors.
For Baby's Xmas
In outfitting the baby for Xmas we
have just the thing. Everything
for the baby.
TVTW A XTOIOI 1TrrT T7XT T7T1CrpC
yH iiNrij.o vv uujjdh vaoioi
yzm SiVoa 1 Mfi $i
j5J iMV TnfonfD' faaVimava Pnnflo OK QtJr.
:-' J.UJ.iUiue vr xapiJCio, in v;ubiuu, wuui
and silk and wool. ...35c to $1.25
Infants' Sacques in wool and silk
and wool $1.25 to $3.00
Infants' Toques in silk $2.25
Others in wool, cotton and fiber 35c to $1.25
Infants' Hose, Cotton 35c, Lisle 45c, Wool 50c, in black
and white. '
SNOOKUMS, the latest thing out for the baby. An
all-diaper protector. -Something new, something of
great value. 75c
AfP & r
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A New Line of Tricotines !
A new line of Tricotinesjust received in shades of navy and brown
'The rich and rare quality, easily worth more. 54 inches wide.
Yard :? w.; $6.00
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For Your Own Use Or
For Christmas Gilts
Buy . WIRTHMOR
Buy them tomorrow we say, for they likely will not
be here the day after. Such very out-of-the-ordi-nary
values are bound to meet with a quick disposal.
We illustrate one of the eight attractive new mod
els that have just arrived. They arc made of quality
fabrics (Georgette Crepe, Crepe de Chine and Tub
Silk) in a thoroughly dependable manner and cut
on lines that insure perfect fiting. rTT,mtTr,
Due to the many large savings of the WIRTHMOR
PLAN, and the fact that the materials were purchas
ed many months ago for about half what they would
cost today, they are priced just
Wo otnptiniUu thu Impor.
tnncn of Hllk Stocking t
J2.00 Ileal Hllk Btockln,,
of a hcuvy H.ilKlit, flno text,
urn nnd full fMhlontd.
Tliwm aru not Junt Knit on
tho nmclilnii In tube funlon
but nru Minpod to lit the
limb, rvlnforci'd with Hits
IumiM im well iu toes tBj
gnrtcT top. They w gre
nplnndld Horvlco Thoy meu
uro up to tho standard of
pvrfitctlon In nil alzei.
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A Special Price On
LiihI Hnturday wo received by ox
pri'HH our Bhlpmcnt of KXTIU
I.AIKiK JorHoy I'ollcoatB we have
lircn wnltlnR for so lone, nnd the
qunllty. Htylca and colors wo (how
you will 1)0 a surprise to you this
Benson. Kvery bit Jersey from
tbolr tops to tliulr 12-Inch pleat
(! Ilouncos, All now Kail colon,
nnd blnck mny bo had In lengths
38 to 40 with elastic waist bands.
A GIFT ANY WOMAN WOULD
A DM IRK.
For Your Christmas Gift
SUGGEST TO HIM TO BUY YOU A LEATHER
COAT. WE HAVE THEM. .ALL THE RAGE IN
Sizes 36 to 42
$75.00 to $100.00
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"WKI.COMK IilTTW: flTHAXOKIt"
A Jitiwk Comedy
In Two 1'artN
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOIt KENT To gontlumnn, bud
room in prlvuto home' ftirnaco
Moatod, Hot wutor nil tho time.
Apply It, Horald Olllco. 2-H
FOK SALE CHEAP: Second hnnd
1G-G Monitor Drill complcto with
gruHH suodlni; unci prcsn wheels nt-
tacbmont. 8 Loomls IIuildlnR. 20-ltJ
FOR SALE Ono 3C lb feather bed
nnrl ilntihln ndlntv All Hosum nml
Duck foatherfl. i'rlco $2n,00. Phono
stibj or can ZZ'J n Ulvorsldo. ii-oi
IX)ST: On tho Merrill roud, be
tween tho King plnco and Klnm-
nth Falls, a soldiers ovorcoat. Ko
turn to O. K. Trnnsfor. 2-3t
, wSday '
"YOU NKVKIt HAW 8UCII A GUMi"
Two IUjcIn of Good Comedy
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TCE8DAT8 AND SATDBDAYB
Domorcst, Dontlst, over SuRiir
man() Storo, Cth and Main. 2-tf
HuvIiir purchusod tho Interest of
D. Iv. Cook In tho Mecca billiard par
lor, I wish to notify tho public that
I will not bo responsible for dobts
Incurred for this business by any
ono oxcopt mysolf after Docember
2-3t F. J. WILDE.
Tho Iadlos Aid Fancy Work Com
mlttoe of tho Mothodlst Church will
moot at Mrs. Flshor's, 512 Klghth
street, Wodncsday Docembor 3rd.
All having flnlshod work bring
same. Ilnzaar will bo hold Decem
ber 13th at Johnstono's Furniture
Store. i Jittn
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of Gus Molhaw B.t B lbe
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