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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 28, 1920)
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PMDAY, MAY M, 1K
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
I PERSONAL MENTION
Mr. nnd Mm. Earnest DublJ and
baby of Merrill nro In tho city today
on business mid plcimirt1.
Frod W)Rnnt who has n homestead
in tho Malta district wis transacting
biiflnoBo In tho cltyMtpfdn.
W. C. lhirkn of Ml. I.nkl Is n busi
ness visitor In (own tdilny.
Wllllnm Conner lias boon 111 ol tils
home on Main Direct for tho past
Mr. anil Mrs J. A. Mitchell nrrlved
last night from Seattle to visit at the
homo of Mrs. Mitchell's parents, Mr
and Mrs. J. C. Smith at 1209 fine
Tho members of tho Altar Society
o'of 8acred Heart church will hold n I '''
cooked food and apron sitlo tombr
row at, tho Garish Grocery-store.
Tho Seventh grade pupils of the
Central school nro having a'welnle"
nnd mahshmnllow roast on tho vet
side of tho rlvor this nftcruoon. Mlsa
Kossltor and .Miss Virgil, teachers,
nro conducting the party.
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W. C. arlfflth Is fn tho Uy today
with a load of wool from tho Horso
fly and Goodtow mountain districts.
lie hauls 13,000 pounds per day with
his truck and says It will tako him 40
ilajs to deliver utl this ivool to tho
A SHOWING OF THE NEW SEASON'S MOST WAN ITU SPORTS MATERIALS IN SEVERAL PAT
TERNS THAT ARE FAST GAINING POPULARITY AMONG THE WOMEN WHO ENJOY THE
AIR AND FREEDOM OF THE GREAT OUTDOORS. A VISIT TO OUR DRESS GOODS SECTION
WILL BE ENJOYABLE FOR HERE YOU WILL FIND A FABRIC, SHADE AND PRICE TO
1 MONDALE THEATRE
Where Everybody Goes
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, MAY 28-29
ItcMtifnl AnIU Stewart In lUlph lorr'n Plrtur
"THE SINS OF MOTHERS"
DM yoa ever kaow of a ilMrirt attorney who waa rtMoarUcd
proMvtite hi mm kia Sop "Slaa of Mothm"
AKo a Reed rnnutly ure rare for the Nam
(ienrfr SOuilovc and hU talking arronilaa
Doanlhy Kay at the plaao
VmJa HttaiUy rtorxe Urban, tho Artist wlttk a Moat
"IX HEARTH OF MEN"
Oacp nrrn, never forxnttra
MATINEES SATURDAY AM) HUNDAY
CAPTAIN T. DINSMORE UPTON
Lecturer, Humorist, Football Coach, Physical Trainer
for U. S. Army and Playground Authority,
will lecture on
-'THE FOUR SQUARE BUILDER"
Don't fail to miss this feature of Chautauqua also
J. WALTER WILSON COMPANY .
Character Impersonator and Musical Entertainer
Coming Tomorrow Afternoon and Night
A Remarkable Offering of Fine
Here are offered the Summer's latest Silks for Fashionable Cos
tuming. Especially interesting at this time are the extensive
varieties now so much in demand, comprising the newest weaves,
colorings and distinctive designs. We are now showing patterns
in the delicate shades of Blue, the rich lustrous Gold, the beautiful
blends of "Silver and Rose, and that unsurpassed combination of
Blue and Silver, also many other pleasing colors, 38 to 40 inches
$6 to $10 the yard.
Wools for Sport Wear
v ' For those who prefer theWolens for spoil wear we have just
' received many beautiful patterns in both stripes and plaids.
Among the many offerings are Black and White, Blue and White
.rand Green and White plaids and Blue, White and Gold, Grey,
White and Green, and Brown, Red and White stripes, and many
other beautiful colors that must be seen to be appreciated. 40 to
IS inches wide and at prices that range from
$4.50 to $6.00 the Yard
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TODAY AND SATURDAY
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A smashing tale of the sea and of far-flung ports of
A tale of love and rogues, of brave hearts and hard fists.
A tale of tropic isles, where the world is forgot and
torrid passions are lawless.
The greatest tale of the greatest living writer of ocean
fiction, painted on the screen by masterly direction of
Tourneur and the art of a notable cast, including Jock
Holt, Scena Owen and Lon Chaney.
A Ule with a "punch" in every foot of film. Come!
Practical Outdoor Apparel of Khaki for the Hiking Girl
These togs will prove very pleasant aids for almost any outdoor sport, horseback riding, auto riding,
motorcycling, mountain climbing, fishing and camping. The styles are very sensible and appropriate
of freedom ior movement, ease anu comiori. ror nicnicKing, niKinc
on ttmv nro mnrln in rrivo lllGiltV
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fishing, garden or lactoi-y worn noinmg cuum uu uuiu nuiMuic.
Our supply of Olive Drab Khaki Coats, Breeches and Spiral Legging have just been replenished and we
invite your inspection.
To fully enjoy your hours of recreation and sport you will need one of. these suits. v
H. N. MOE, Proprietor
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
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TVPKWHITKU Remington No. 10,
for lain or rent; excellent condi
tion. 208 WllllU Building. 28-1
HAVE YOU TRIED the (lilt Edge
Croamory IlutterT It Is churned
dally and U alvsay good. For sale
at ilolcomli DMry Slon, 202 Main
St.. Roberts & Whltmorn and Hun-
net rroccrv. 28-29!
tomorrow, Saturday, at Oarlch'a
...va's- ..w- - r ----
Wage 80 and board.
mrir l.timhar Co.. Ifartln. Ore
MR. WOOI MAN
About storing that wool We can
handle any quantity: our rate will
make you faille. No better Insur
ance rates In town. Store your clip
with ua and be in touch with the
PEOPLES WAREHOUSE CO.
0th and Railroad spur Phone 22SW
M. V. PARKER
28-29 and June 2-5
FOR SALE OH TRADE
NOT A WAR STORY
Two Good Rb of Comedy
Shlpplngton property, on pave
ment, 2 lots 50x204, with one nlno
room house and (wo 2 -room houses.
Ronts year round. Flno rontal prop
erty or will make excellent homo.
Phone 4 COW. 28-20
ALSO 2 lots C0xl20, on pnvomont,
planted to potatoos; lino building
site. Potatoes will pay prlco ot lots
this year. If you are an Inventor or
a home seeker It will pay you to look
this property over; terms. Phone
LOST Watch fob, black ribbon,
three gold L's connected. Stone In
each. Return to Herald offlce; liber
al reward. L. L. L. 28-2
LOST leather bug containing pa
pers and report blanks of Dureau
of l-atmr, on Malln-Klamath Kail
road. Please return to . Herald of
FOR SALE Corner storo paying
business; snap. See 1008 Main St.
In Lapland the marriage dowry
ronslut of reindeer u many hour
of denr according to the state ot pa
111(1 IlKltKV CROP
NEW ORLEANS, May 28. Louis
lana's strawberry crop (his year wan
worth f7,CO7,S00 according to De
purtment of Agriculture estimate.
Record price were received. About
7,700 acre were planted.
PINK HTIIKI7T CORNER
Wo are fortunate to ho ablo to of
fer the 50x115 ft. corner lot at Elev
enth and Pine, whoro the big tree
are, nt tho very low prlco of $2500.
Only $500 cash adn $500 annually
at seven per cent. A dandy place for
apartment. C'hllcoe & Htnllli. 033
Main St., phonoCO. 28-29
WANTED Position n stationery
engineer In saw mill or lumber
camp. C. W. William, Klamath
Rooming house, Cth and Klamath.
I THANK VOU"
wanted, younr married couple.
Mitchell, 1S09 Pine. 28
FOR BALE I U ton truck, Al con
dition. O. K.. Blacksmith chop,
Mitk St. M-tf
I uIhIi to express my ulncoro
thanks to tho peoplo of this county
ror tho splendid vdto thny gavo mo
In tho recent primaries. Tho fuel
that tho majority of tho votors dom
ed my opponent better fitted for tho
position of sheriff of Klamath county
In no way lessens my gratitudo for
tho support given me nor dooi It
cause me to retain any Ill-feeling to
ward those who could not see tholr
way clear to give me their vote,
The Altar Society Ladles of the
Sacred Heart church will give a Food
Sale consisting of cakes, plea and
other delicacies. Also a aale ot
aprons, pllow cum, bath toweU, etc.
nre PICK OP TnK piorvnies
A NEW ONE KVKItr DAY
II. W. I'OOLK, Owner HARRY IIOIIKL, Musical Director
The brilliant little star, Ora Carew, in the famous
Saturday Evening Post story
If you like thrills here they are!
If you love romance here it is!
If you want to see the most exciting robbery scene
ever filmed, don't miss this amazing picture
The Comedy is "MY DOG PAL," featuring
Brownie, the Wbnder Dog
Beautiful Dorothy Phillips in her masterpiece
"THE HEART. OF HUMANITY"
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