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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 8, 1920)
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"Duxbak" and " Karrtpit
outiWg wear for men and women new styles just received, in amer
ica's most popular make of out doors wear '
riding breeches jackets middys norfolk coats hunting coats
leggins hats caps shirts in "khaki" wool serge and corduroy
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OUTFIT HERE FOR YOUR OUTING AND AUTO TRIPS ,
STORE EAxr "Duxbak" and "KaqjDit"
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I PERSONAL MENTION
Mrs. W. A. Wlest and daughter re
tamed Uat night from Portland,
where they spent a month. Mrs.
Wlest waa called to attead her moth
er during illaes from which the It
bow nearly recorered.
R C. Spink accompanied by his
daughter, Claudia, drove down from.
Idterest oa dpring creek last even
ing. Clayton Kirk, a prominent Indian
on the Klamath reservation, was In
town yesterday to see the Congrcs-
Miss Betty Gaddls, vrho' has been I
In San Francisco with frlcnds.for the
past two weeks returned last night.
Mrs. Martin Goldberg, neo Margo
Shlvo, and baby arrircd last night
from Modoato, California," for a visit
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. T.
H. H Roberta was a county seat
visitor from Ms ranch in Poe Tiller
Justice of peace N. J. Chapman
who has been. In San Francisco on
buataeM for several days returned
Mr. and Mn. J. E. Bratton with
their two sons, Don and Dale Soule,
and Mrs Clarice Worden returned
last night from Rocky Point where
they have been on a short vacation.
They report that the road oa the
east aide of the lake is in the best
condition they have found It for
somo time, but that the road on the
west side Is In aa awful condition.
Jack Wood waa In town yesterday
afternoon from his ranch near Dly
to claim bounty oa coyote hides and
to transact other business at the
J. B. Casey was In town buying
supplies for his farm in Langoll Val
Jim Bell was a county seat visitor
from BIy thla morning?
H. K. Wlnnard waa In Klamath
Falls yesterday from his homo In
Langoll valloy, looking after mat
ters of business.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Whitman and
son, Oeorge, returned yesterday from
a short trip to Crater Lake.
Or. Fred Wcstcrfeld made one of
his frequent trips to the Matin dis
trict yesterday and reports that the
crop In that locality aro In escep
tlonally One condition this year.
Mr. and Mrs. A. U Flarlty. of
Medtord, motored to Klamath Falls
to attend the Farm Bureau meeting.
The stopped at Crater Iako for one
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Cate and Mr.
and Mrs. Oeorge Mansfield drove
over from Medford In their car yes
terday They expect to leave hero
today for Crater Lake.
William Teutseh, county mtent of
Lake county, arlved In Klamath
Falls today to spend several days
with county agent E. II. Thomas.
Mrs. R. II. Bunnell and daughter.
Myrtle, left this morning for a com
bined business and plcasuro trip to
San Francisco. They expect to bo
gono two woeks.
Mr. and Mrs. II. F. Jacobs, who
have been here visiting L. L. Brow-
nell since Friday, returned to their
home In Corning, California, thl
morning They were accompanied by
II. E. Stilts, who alto came here on a
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Many people do hot' consider the rela
tive merits of drug stores. This is
due to the fact that they are not in a'
position to study, the various points
For your convenience we enumerate
some of the things which should ap
ply to the drugs you buy.
V Drags Should Be Pur.
All of our drugs are bought
with regard to quality.
rDruf, ShouM Frawk.
We order drugs at frequent
intervals and while in stock
they are stored so as to
IT Drugs Should Be of Right
All drugs which we buy are
assayed so that we may
guarantee their potency.
IF Drugs Should Be Carefully
pharmacists do all of our
IT Drugs Should Be Sold At
a Fair Price. ,
, The prices we charge are
as low as goods of the same
quality may be had for
elsewhere. ' '
Everything at our store is as it should
be. You can place utmost confidence
in our goods, and our methods will
surely appeal to you.
Familiarize Yourself With Your
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WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE
UY THEIR DRUGS
Mm. W. If. Hlbbert and Mrs. J 8.
Quire, who have been visiting at Pel
ican City with Mrs. Hlbbert's son. I.
It. Illbbort, for the last week, left
this morning for tholr homes, tha
former's at I'lttsburg, California,
and the latter' at Sacramento. Mr.
Quire was accompanied by Jack Hlb
bert who will visit hor about a
O. II. Conard, who came here oa
business yesterday, waa a passenger
on the morning train for his home la
Ited Bluff. California.
0. I,. Curr miuto a business trip to
C. (1. lluckley left this morning for
a business trip to Ban Francisco. He
may declilo to inako hi home ehore.
Miss Krflyn Adam and Miss Flor
ence Heynulds, who havu been on a
tour 'of the northwest, arrived here
last nlcht and left n train this morn
ing (or thnlr homo In Han Francisco,
Kurnest K. Sltva loft this morning
for Sacramento wboro ha will prob
ably muko hi homo.
Mrs. V O. Greenwood, wbo has
been hero on a visit slnco Sunday, re
turned to her homo In Dorla this
MrAand Mrs. J. W. Johnson, who
havo been here on business, left on
tho morning train for tholr home In
Mr.'and Mr. I-oul.t n. Mills, who
hnvo been- hero for tho last three
months and hnvo resided on a ranch
at l-onic I.ako, left this morning for
Portland where tliey will mako their
Mrs. T. Harry, Miss A. O. Ilarry
and Miss A. C. ItodrcKuez, who have
been visiting In this city for tho past
three days, roturncd to their homo
In San Francisco on tho. morning
It. U. Stowoll.' head millwright of
the Chlloquln Lumber company, wa
a passenger on the morning train for
Portland where he will remain for a
week or ton days on business and
W. K. Seeborn returned last night
from Susanvllle, California. Aecom
panylng blm wero bis daughter and
her two children who will 'romaln
here the rest of the summer.
Robert 8. Fry was a paaenger on
the morning train to Sacramento
where ho will bo on business until
M, Berger left this morning for a
business trip to San Francisco and
will return again In two weeks.
Wlllard Dyer went to Macdoel to
day on business and will return to
morrow. Anthony Zawadskl and Jack Pa
cini, wbo have been visiting In this
city for the 'past three months, left
this morning for Oakiand, California,
where they will mako their home.
F. Cj Itlpple; a prominent lumber
man of Humboldt county, California,
who has been here on business for
the paat week, -returned this morning
to his headquarters at Oakland, Cal
Miss Ethel Vlcory loft this morn
ing for a two wooks' ploasuro trip to
J, J. Coylo, traveling pasenger
agent of the Southern Pacific com
pany, with boadquartora at Sacra'
monlo, Is In town today.
Mr, and Mrs. C, J. Ferguson ro
turned last night from a three woeks'
motor trip through the state They
attended tho Sbrlno convention at
Portland and afterwards toured tho
northern part of the state, returning
by Band. They report the roads bad
north of here, and worse north of the
Klamath county line.
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to any Straw or i
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the store at
the regular price.
borne pippins to
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Tho Ror. K. I', liwrenco will do-
llvor tho sermon and hold commun
ion services at tha lit. Iikl I'rosliy-
torlan church noxt Sunday, evening
at 8 o'clock. All are cordially Invit
ed to attorn!.
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PORTSMOUTH, Kng., June 17.
(By Msll.)-r-The uso of tho words
"ladlos" and "enllomen" la to be
discontinued In the parish so far as
ho Is concerned, says the Rov. Bruce
Cornforn, In his parish magoslne.
"The words have now absolutely
no meaning," be writes. "Foolish
class distinctions should have no
place In the church. Even the Mas
ter called Ills mothor 'woman' while
no one would Insult St. Peter by call
ing him gentleman. The parochial
council consists of men and women,"
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WIIITK I'KMCAN HOTKb
An event of the season will take
placo at tho White Pelican hotel Fri
day ovonlng when King's Jaix artlats,
under tho direction of Mr. Ilatomnn
will glvo a dansanto. Thii affair wilt
bo tho first of Its kind this season and
tho management Is sparing nothing
to make It a success.
Borne 80 yean ago Joseph Olllott
waa a working Jewoler In Birming
ham, England. One day he accident
ally split a Oae steel tool, and,
being suddenly required tfl sign a
receipt, and sot finding a pen handy.
be used the split tool aa a substitute.
This happy accident la said to bara
led to the Idoa of makjng pens of
In many of the rural parts of Kna-
land the singular belief prevails that
In leap 'year all field-beans grow oa
the wrong aide of the pod,
m pick or Tm rummae
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In many parti of .Russia the oil
from sunflower seeds la preferred to
all atker vegetable oils for table use
and for cooking. Its quality la para
and nutritious and Its flavor agree
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A star an( a picture you will like
The ace of the saddle, Harry Carey, in a snappy.
Western picture called .
ttmerson Hough's great story
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