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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 14, 1920)
MUBAY, MAY 14, II
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
t PERSONAL MENTION
Mr. nml Mrs. Harry I'clti and!
children, ltcrtha nml llnrrr, Jr., wilt
loiuro Bundny morning (or an extern!
cd visit In tlio souths (siting ivmioiik
otlior ntntus, Georgia, Florida anil
North Carolina, Mr. Peltx" father
live In tho Inst nnmctl stnto.
J. T. Ward ft Co. are iuong their
realty office this afternoon from It
prorcnl location on Seenth street to
new quarter In the Central Hotel
building, cornen Ninth and Main.
They hope to he entirely wltlil hy
tho bcglunlng of the week.
Mr. and Mr. M. Gl.ncomlut were
In the city yontcrday from their
home tn Merrill.
It. K. Wolford of Yalnax Is In the
city today on 'business.
CLOSE RICE III
Four of tho contestants (or the
cnpltnl prlo of tho Elk' contest am
running a cloo race. Mis Vorda
Cotad lead (oday with 7.900 votes.
Tho beautiful $300 Edison diamond
disc phonograph which l to be given
nay hy the Elks during carntral
week will be on the streets tomorrow
and tho Yarloua contestants with
their friends will sell tickets.
Detailed announcement of the mer
chants' parade wilt be made In Mon
day's paper. Without a doubt, this
will be one of the longest and most
K. C. Ream Is In from his ranch ! Interesting parades ever seen in
.... i ... . ..
on the Merrill road.
Denton HowVm, stockman and
rancher of Ashland, Is In tho city
on business matters.
Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Morgan of San
Francisco are In the city for the
nntner and are stopping at the
"White Pelican hotel. Mr. Morgan
will be connected with the Earl
8htpherd company for the summer.
The many friend and customer
of Charles F. Stemwetl will be glad
to know that he ha entirely recov
ered from a week's Illness at his
aome and I again back to his bust
Bess at the Central Outfitting Co.
Mrs. Jerry McCartle and baby
Nora are spending a few days In Dor-
rlswlth Mrs. McCartle' mother.
Mr. Charles Short.
The Klamath County High school
team left yesterday to play the
Grants Pas and Ashland teams.
CENTRAL SCHOOL HAS
The manual training and domestic
deace' exhibit at the Central school
opened today to visitor and will be
pea until t o'clock this evening.
No one Interested In child training or
development should overlook this ex
hibition of the papll'a handiwork.
The school take great pride In the
exhibit and extend a cordial Invita
tion to the public to visit It this
evening np to o'clock.
HKVRTA IN POWER: CALLS
OOXGUEHS IN COXVKXTIO.V
Eh PASO. Tet. May Hi Adolfe
we La lluertas supreme commander
of the revolutionary movement in
Mexico, has Issued a call In the name
f provlilonal ' president, for the
Mexican congress to convene, accord
ingi to an announcement made here
The little girls' doll parade, which
will take place next Friday afternoon
at 4:30 wilt have nearly a hundred
kiddles with their dolls In line of
march. The following names have
already been entered: Elsie Padgett,
Helen Monroe. Lois Monroe, Elda
nouston, Mary Lewi, Ruth Anten,
'Alice Sweetman, Ethel Taylor, Dor
othy Fry, Letta Keayoa, Alice Fur
ber, Helen Shire, Mariah Grimes,
Marie Owen, Thelma Gentry, Loulso
Jensen, Ida Mae Rae, Viola Under
wood. Ellxabeth Powell, Florence
Millard. Helen .Hunter, Beryl Frost.
Emma Mlelke. Jean Phillips. Imogeoe
Caldwell, Evelyn Probst, Alice Elfen
dahl, Ellen Cofer. Vera Drully, Do
lores Atherton. Hope Gordon. Alleen
White. Melba Dratcher, Elaine
Chaney, Detores Deffenbocker, Na
dine O'Flaherty, Lucille Francl.
Margaret Douglass, Alexis Lyle,
Mabel Johnston. Annabel Smith,
Rnby SevIU, Ada Dell, Elisabeth Mc
Aboy. Ruth Vannlce, Lillian Redkey,
Marguerite Verllnga, Harriett McWII
Hams. Delphlne Graham. Vera Seeds.
Oeraldlne Crockett, Helen Almeter.
Dorothy Karberk, Mildred Lawrence,
Wayve Sutton, Genevieve Houston.
Dorothy Upp, Lola Powell, Dorothy
Crockett, Wlnnlfred Barrett. Opal
East. Helen Puterbangh. Evelyn
Bliss, Gertrude Wlard, Lorlta Wil
liams and Margaret Steltenmueller.
PORTLAND Cattle, steady and
unchanged: begs-weaker, prime mix
ed 115 and $15.50; sheep steady and
unchanged; butter 'weaker, cube
extras. 47 and 48 cents;, eggs 39
loth Utah and Idaho are to havo
barebalt leagues this season.
"MAKES LIFE'S WALK EASY"
Also pays you as much value in wear for the money
spent as many other shoes sold at a much higher
price. We can show you the latest colors and shapes
m the size you .wear. , . ,, ,
"Your for Service"
I: Economy Sale
S A T U R DAY
. ' For this store to have reached its present success, it must have
Jiad the confidence of many families. In our larger sphere we seek
, to cultivate the acquaintance the friendship, the final confidence
of hundreds more of just such families. Tho confidence of the
families we now enjoy has been worked up by years of patient
effort, by performance and not by word. Vet, today perhaps if
you were to inquire among the thousand! who come to this store
first for their wants, you would receive assurances that would
' warrant your fajth in The Woman's Store. To it shall always be
our effort to be worthy of the confidence you give and we will
endeavor by every possible means to help you stop this High
Cost of Living.
Short Length Bundles of Flannels, Percales, Madras, Plisse Crepes, Poplins, Soi Sette, Ginghams,
Lawms and Curtain Goods. Good clean merchandise which you can profitably buy and at the same time
cut slown on Mr. H.CL
These Merchandise are needed the year round and will be snapped up by shrewd practical buyers
in a few days. Following items go on sale Saturday morning at 9 A. M. OMer by mail but we cannot
PERCALES AND MADRAS
86-in. plain shade Percales in two to ten yard
lengths, colors light, medium and dark Blue,
Pink, and light and dark Red. Suitable for
small dress lengths and trimmings. Value today
50c. Economy Sale price, per yard 37c
30-in. Work Shirt Chambray of good heavy
quality, Gray, Blues and Tan with various size
checks and stripes. Value today 55c. Economy
Sale price, per yd... ,-.37c
Irregular dark ground 36-in. Percales in pieces
10 to 20 yards. This is a very fine quality cloth,
put up in: wide f61d and our stock consists of
dark colors such as Dark Indigo, Light Indigo,
Black and Clarets.-'1 Good assortments of dots
and small figures and stripes. Our price for
this quality is low and we expect to sell it out
quickly- Economy Sale price, per yard 45c
An irregular printed lawn 24 inches wide put up
in yard fold pieces. Patterns ring and cluster
stripes in Black, Pink and Blue. Economy Sale
price, per yard l , 23c
Small Blue Bird design printed on a good
quality Nainsook ; White, Tan, Lavendar, Can
ary and Light BlUe" grounds. Economy Sale
price, per yard:. 47c
16x30 good weight, closely woven Huck Towels,
floral design at ton a.id bottom and space for
monogram, Hemstitched ends. Economy Sale
price, each ....'. 47c
27-in. Plain Poplin, a well mercerized cloth in
popular colors; Light Blue, Pink, Tan, Old Rose,
Brown, Navy and Bottle Green; limited vards
to each customer. Economy Sale price, yd...47c
32-in. Satin Lisse, short, lengths of irregular
goods, plain colors of White, Light Blue, Pink
and Navy. These goods at a big saving. Econ
omySale price, per yd t...,..i 57c
304h. Irregular Plisse in short lengths. White
and Flesh Color only, while they last Economy
Sale price, per yd 47C
27-in. Ruf wear Cloth ; this is a strong, well made
material suitable for boys play suits and romp
ers, all narrow stripes and mostly Indigo
grounds; few with White jrrounds in colors Red,
Blueand Black. Economy Sale price, peryd...47c
34-in. Curtain Scrims with heavy woven gtrije
border; colors White, Cream and Natural.
Economy Sale price, per yd 27c
22-in. woll mercerized Napkins, all hemmoTT.
Fleur-de-lis and Pansy patterns. Economy Sale
price, each ; 35c
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HIGHEST STANDARD PRODUCTIONS
TKUWILLIGEIt A PATRICK, PltOPH.
We have decided to hold this program for today to
give you all a chance to see
WILL ROGERS IN
ad tre cjui safely say till 1 one of the beat shown (or a loaf tlxae.
- as It 1 something different and a picture of real life
featurlag the "Hall Room Boy," U aa amsually good comedy
Five acts of VOD-A-VlL Movies '
Temorrow "THE MIRACLE OF LOVE "
Big Artcraf t Special
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR. SAMS Seed Potatoes. Rob
erts, & Wnltniore, 6th and Main.
HELp WANTED Man for ware-
bouse work. Roberts Whit-
FOR SALE Buckeye Incubator, 60-
egg' capacity. Inquire of I.loyd
Redtield, Palace Market. 14-17
FOR SALE Ono fresh Jorsoy cow,
'five year old. lWmlles out on
Merrill road. U. U. Hosley, phone
FOIt SAI.K $70 Shropshire shoop
price twelvii dollurs; HO head
January lumlis thrown In. 0. W.
King. Montague, Calif. 14. US
FOR HA IX HoUum bread lie' a
HWn CAKH OROCKRV
822 Klamath Ave.
T.Wby. Par.tMore T '
May 14-JgneI, , ,
FOR SALE 120 acre ranch on Lost
River, fine drainage; 65 acre In
alfalfa; all good land; deep soil;. 4
roora plastered houso; double gran
ary: two good wells; fenced; on
mall route. Price only $90 per acre.
FOIt SALE Dandy large lot In al
falfa, one and Vi bloctt from new
Mills Addition school. Price $300;
SCO cash, balance $10 permontn, 6
per cent Interest.
TO EXCHANGE S-room bungalow,
nice neighborhood; fully plumbed;
half basement; lawn; trees etc.
Price $3,000; will take good auto
mobile or 'dose In vacant property a
FOR' BALE Good lot on High
School hill for $600.
1. f. WARD CO.,
. 814 Mala Street
NOTICE We are now la our now
oflUe la the Central Hotel build
I-03T On Kudo road botwoen Knuo
and Klamath Falls, an overcoat.
Reward It returned to White Pelican
TBNTrt TKNTH TKNTH
Just arrived, unothor big shipment
of tonta, wall tents, round tonts, 14x
14 tent and 16x16 tents. You can
buy ono for tho price of ono month's
ront and lvo happy tho rest of tho
summer. Max WcIsh, next Kwauna
box factory, Sixth Ht. 14-lf
rOR BALL Harlu)l)avlson npoclal Tod Uwl mint li In h.m in i.
IiIckIu. In gooil condition. 624 N. , . ' " " ,n rlht ln ron
8th Ht. 14-15 """, wni'n l-nd(iii promoter offer
a $100,000 purao for a fight between
A Classified Ad will sell It. 1 lwl nml Georges Carpentler.
FOR RENT Furnlxhod room, fur-
naco heat and bath, G17 Pine.
phone 122J. 14-15
Hilt HM.K Household furniture.
A complete line of furniture for
Iho home. Call tomorrow afternoon
at H'Jd Mount Whitney. Phono 40.
IXMt BAIiK Ford good as aetr, la
diet class coadlUoa. llione 4W or
call at ISS North 4th. 14-16
FOR BALK Ford good as new, la
arst class coaditioa. Itioae 108
or 'see same at Klamatli Service Ht
Uoa, coraer Sth aad Klamath Ave.
FREE USE of 40 acres of potato
laad may be had by applying to J.
Frank Adams, bos 481, city. Land
It located on old Hanks place where
state highway crosses the property.
THR PICK OF THK PICTURKfl
A NEW ONE KVERY DAT
If. W. POOLE, Owner HARRY UOREL, Musical Director
MSWl... r-'ir I UULIIJUUU
The screen's most distinguished artist, Nazimova, in
"OUT OF THE FOG"
We played this picture a year ago and it is so good
that we will show it again today
'THE LINCOLN HIGHWAYMAN"
A m9d Jvifllf ndlt tory with Wu,i RU tUrring
The great Tom Mix in 'THE DARE DEVIL",
MATINBR EVERY DAY