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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 27, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
TVSKDAY, JULY 27, 1MW
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Will Never Cause
Foot Trouble '
Our salesmen have been trained to Understand Feet
and to Fit Shoes.
If you already have Fallen Arches, Painful Callouses
or bthcr Foot Troubles, our Foot Expert will give you
instant and lasting relief with the particular style of
that you need.
He Has Been Trained The Wizard Way
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I PERSONAL MENTION I
I A. Hlchardson, Frank Obon
chain ntul JofT Ulddoll wore In town
esloidy (rum their fur inn In tlio
Illy section, attending to business
matters nnit purchasing supplies.
(. (i Anderson wan n county sent
visitor from Dairy yesterday.
Knmk M. Anderson, n welt known
geologist and mineral export from
llerkeley, California, In hero with his
wife for a short visit with friends
'and relathes, tor the first time In
t twelve- .voir. Mr. Anderson Is a
brother-in-law of Captain O. C Ap-
plegato and a brother of (I. tJ. An
jderson of Dairy. Tho visitors left
today for Crater laku where they
'will spend a fuw das before return-
Don Newbury Is In town for n few
dajs before starting out for a bust
'ness trip over the county. Ho has
; boon working In tho Chllonuln dis
trict for tho past few weeks.
Itny Talbot and D. K. Drlscoll are
' In town today from their homes near
Itlv, on maters of business,
llrnrnt Nail, who has been absent
for several months In Eugene, where
ho attended tho I'nlvcrslty of Ore
gon, returned homo Saturday even
ing for the stintmor.
Miss Audrey Hoborts who has
been lit Spring Creek for n two
weeks' vacation, returned homo Sun
day. ' (5. W. White, accompanied by his
. granddaughter, Dorothy Delrell, left
by auto this morning for Pasadeni,
'where thoy will Join Mrs. White who
has been spending the winter there.
Wesley Walton, who has been In
Dorrls, California for mimo time, was
here jesterday on his way to Chllo-
qui n where ho has accepted a posl-
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
mOFESSOR CASSIS IIRAXNAX
(Founder of Pomona College School
" of Music)
AtaHwnees that ho will Instruct
totoaU at their own homes on
stringed , instruments and piano, us
Ing 'stkndard methods. Through
forty yearn of specializing as teacher
of sstvsnced students of violin and
other stringed instruments and hav
lns;(fcia concert violinist In ten for
eiga lands, he Is ably equipped for
teacMBg, from the beginner to the
Mr.rv Brannan studied with emi
nent European masters at Liege and
Cologne; .among them were Ous
taVa Jlollaender and Cssar Thomson.
R Interested phone No. 25 8 J, J.
W. Bryant's) residence. 27
TOUNO GIRL wishes to care for
children, during day. 703 Second
.. NKAR THK RIVER
, i. Price M.000, hair cash
FtM '-room plastered bungalow,
1oatfVat California SU and Conger
Are..Upx200 let: garage, fine lawn,
swell' garden and trees. Elictrlc
h(ige water heater and two electric
ctTMinc!nded. For further parti
enters we J. T. Ward & Co.. 834
MalsSt.. Phono 37S. 27
N. K. McCory and Herbert Harry
I left this morning for tho headwaters
t WANTED 2 newsboys nt tho llor-' of Spraguo river for a few days' llsh
I old office. 27-tf ing.
I Mrs. G. II. Thompson and daugh
ter, Until, aro city visitors today
(rom ,jlcr rnnch ncar Hunatua,
' TWO GOOD HO's I John J. Koljuhcr has moved his
I " sheep from Malln to Sliver l.ako and
It you are looking for a home on Is In tho city today on business,
the farm In Klamath Basin, tako a (jeorge Strowbrldge, who operates
jWell 'impMved 80 acre Irrigated" Karn l Chlloquln. was In town
I farm about 10 miles from Klamath lost night.
I Kails, on good county road, with fair Mrs. Hay Court underwent a ma
.house, bnrn, well fenced, electric jor operation at tho Klamath general
llnlila tt nnttnnn IkIIh mill ssvIja
neV graded high '.chooL It ha. "'"" " hl ""'
deep sandy loam soil and Is ono of Captain O. C. Applogatu has Just
the very best 80 acre tracts In tho received news of the death of his
Klamath country, at the extremely C0Ulln. Kudora Lindsay South,
low price of $10,000; terms. leacher, and poetess of Kentucky.
Good 80 acre farm In the Midland Mrs. South was for many years prln-
section, with 46 acres under lrriga- clpal of the Excelsior Collegiate In-
tlon. 43 acres In alfalfa, well fenced. ,, at Joffcnn Ky., and was
with small house, barn, well, ore- , , , , . . , . .
bard. If taken soon, last crop of "'''"I kn,,wn n her "" ,a,n'
alfalfa goes with placo. It's a real! O. C. Welch, who ramo hern Sat
bargain nt $.1,100: on easy terms, 'unlay night on liuhluess for the
A pleasure to show cither of tho ;,., umhcr company, returned to
CHILCOTE ft 'SMITH. 633 Main St. ' nol,!U ln Modesto, California, this
Mrs. M G. Post and MUs Maude
FOR HALE Tent house, 7x11. Call
27IJ between 9:00 a. m. and 6:00
p. .-- 27-28
FOR SALE Ford Sedan; Al condl
'U: Inquire 412 Oak. 27-31
WANTED Olrl or woman for din
Ins; room work. Marshall House.
WANTED Position as cook; coun
try prefered. Mrs. Fisher, Ar
cade Hotel. 27
2,200 ONLY $300 CASH
Why Pay Rent
New 3-room plastered homo In
Mills Addition, one block from the
new school; on corner lot. Fully
plumbed, built In feature, good
front porch and wood shed.
J. T. WARD ro
Phone 37S 834 Main St.
FOR RENT For a gentlemnn, nice
bedroom, with bath. Call 240R.
LEARN TO PLAY PIANO Jars and t,t, of Chicago, III., have been on
cUisIesL Will call at your home. ,... , ,,, ,,., ,a ..
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27-28 v,a Medford, by auto to Crater lako.
'Thoy left on the morning train for
$2 per hour. Box
FOR SALE Several miscellaneous san Francisco and Intend to go homo
articles of household furniture ln , R-n,mh,,r
eluding largo rug. setteo. porch ham- ln Pcmw-r'
mock, refrigerator, leather chair and Mrs. Jamea Harrington, who has
other articles too numerous to men- been visiting nt the home of her
tlon. Geo. J. Walton. 448 Conger ' nece Mrs. 8. R. Redkey, for the?
Ave., phono S3. 27'28 ,,ast week, left this morning for her
FOR SALE Studetakor six, 7-pas-1 h"u I" Dubuque, Iowa.
senger, Al condition; IfiOO takes' Mrs. M. T. Ilnlley and Miss Olive
It. See Dunham Auto Co., 403 8lChubb, who have been to Alasku and
tit h 7-28 I
tu' " other northwestern points, came
down from Crater l.ako yesterday
FOR SALE Two spring lambs and
two yearling Bheep. Geo. 3. Wal
ton, 448 Conger Ave., phone B3.
FOR SALE Twelve colonies of bees.
Just right for back lot apnlry.
Will sell all or port. Price reason
able. Geo. J. Walton, 448 Conger
Ave., phone 53. 27-28
You can depend upon your weld
ing Job If wo do It. Our prices are
lower than others, too. There's a
reason. Howie Garage. 26-tf
HIGHEST HTANDAHD PKODUCTIONH
TKRWILMGER PATRICK. PROP8.
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Billi Burke in "WANTED A HUSBAND"
A Clever Comedy Drama
Ton. Moore in "THE GREAT ACCIDENT"
n-rj. AMVAYH A TWO-RKKL COMEDY SHOWN
Ckaxf. Rym VJKED HOT DOLLARS"
and left this morning for their
homes In Ilakersfluld and Lodl, Cal.,
Fred Goocb, who has beon hero
looking over the country, returned
to his homo In Mills City, Oregon,
this morning. He expects to move
tils family here In about two weeks.
8. L. Derry, who has been hem on
a week's business trip, returned to
his some In Sunnyvale, California, on
the morning train.
h. A. Schone, well known opera
tor of the Standard Oil Service sta
tion at the cornor of 6th and Klam
ath, has been transferred to a station
In Sacramento and left this morning
to tako his new position.
Frank liatcheler, who has been
doing carpenter work in this city for
tho past two months, left on the
morning train for his homo In Port
land. Miss Calllo Owen left this morn
ing for Marshfleld whero sho will
mako her home.
Miss Ethel Isaacs has gono to
Chlco, California, where sho will
make an Indefinite visit with rela
tives and friends.
R, Wenzol left on a week's busi
ness trip to Rosehurg, Oregon, this
Willie Lea and Frank Chub, race
horse owners, and C, C. Myers, train
er, were passengers on the morning
train for TIa Juana, Mexico. They
ire taking nine horses which they
expect to enter in the renowned Tia
Mr. and Mrs. H. Ci,Copeland and
two daughters and Mr. and Mrs.
i t . '
Copyrfcht 1920 I but Schiflmr Mull
If you're looking for extra big values,
yov'll And them here.-
Hart Sclufiwr & Marx sale ol die sits at
$42.50 $51.50 $57.50
WE'VE GONE A LONG WAY TOWARDS MEET
ING THE PUBLIC'S DEMAND FOR LOWER
PRICES; WE'VE SOLD ON CLOSER MARGINS
THAN EVER BEFORE ' V
NOW WE'RE GOING TO DO STILL MQRE TO
WARDS MAKING THINGS EASIER FOR OUR
CUSTOMERS. WE'RE OFFERING OUR ENTIRE
STOCK OF HART SCHAFFNER & MARX' LIGHT
WEIGHT SPRING AND SUMMER SUITS AT
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES &;;
THESE LOW PRICKS DON'T' r
AFFECT OUK GUARANTEE :
NO MATTER WHAT YOU PAlV -YOU'LL
OR YOUR MONEY- BACK
I AIN'T MAD AT NOBODY "
Harry Whitman spent Sunday nt
llocky Point. They returned by tho
way of Fort Klamath and visited the
fish hatchery which they found very
Mr. and Mrs. George Hamilton are
Klamath Fails visitors from Rose-
R. W. Whlttlnghlll, a friend of
Postmaster W, A. Delzel, Is In the
city from his homo In Oklahoma.
I When wo weld anything It stays
welded. Oxy-acctylone welding Is
our specialty. We charge loss thin
lothora for this work because wo
I have the equipment, the "know
how" and the ability to secure weld
ing materials conveniently and at
reasonable prices. Howie (iorage.
I AT THE THEATERS
The second big Harold Lloyd com
edy will be shown tonight at The
Liberty. Patrons of this popular
theatre have long enjoyed Harold
'and now he comes to us In big com
Indies that are the peer of anything
In this line yet produced.
"Captain Kldd'a Kids" will also
be abown tonight only at the Lib
THK PICK OF THK PICTCRat
A NEW ONE KVKRY OAT
II. W. POOLE, (Inner ROGER D. TOnRKY, Musical Director
We have an excellent program with Harold Lloyd in
"CAPTAIN KJPp'S KIDS"
n an extra roiiiedy'iitUurtlnn In addition o
" ATONEMENT "
Marring Grace Dnvlaoji nnd Conway Tearle '
Wo also show today the .seventh chapter of '
"THE EVIL EYE"
starring llmny Ijconard, Lightweight Champion of the World '
We" .how "THE THIRD GENERATION"
n story NhnwiiiK that Inherited wealth Is not always boon '
Coming Sunday "The Virgin of SUmhoulf