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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 31, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
KHAHT.l VIKAV NOTKM
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Iiuthe soft shadings and delicate tracings of a fine rug lie
its call for admiration. The maintenance of these charms
is an important fiinction of The Hoover. Rapidly its elec
tric sweeping reveals anew the colorings dimnvd by soot,
and brushes straight any nap disarranged by heels. At the
same time it beats out all destructive embedded grit,
collects stubborn, clinging litter and thoroughly suction
cleans. Only The Hoover does all this. And it is the
largest selling electric cleaner in the world.
IT BEA TS . . , AS IT SWEEPS AS IT CLEANS
few day with rt'l.ttho tlivro. x
turned hnmit with lior
Mr. unit Mii. lion Dnnlel nml
children who hui llunl In Suitor.
Oil,, (or ii limit n )eir lime returned
to their ranch nt thin place. '
The Initio of the IMpIng Hand
met with Mr. .Mackou, Wudiiid.iy.
Thoy will not h.tu n mooting nxiln,
until the latter part of August,
inutiy nro expecting to liiko n ac.v '
ClunJo Klrkpatrlrk nml wife woro
nt Mr. La) man' place Tuciln and
liU mother returned with thoiu to
.tholr homo at Dorrls fur a (on da)'
Mr. Chrlstcnson and wife, Mrs A
Turner and lllnnchu and Francis
Short of Klamath Kails, spout Sun
dayat H. E Wilson's home
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Ti:itvii.i,ioru .v r.vriiii u. ruors.
Chnrlcs Ray in
"RED HOT DOLLARS"
Hank Mann Comedy
No it M TnliiimUo In
"THE WOMAN GIVES"
We'll gladly call at your house and demonstrate
RUSH SERVICE ON SPECIAL ORDERS
Everything in Lumber, Builders' Supplies and Stock Mill Work
Ready for Immediate Delivery
" Made in Klamath Falls "
WINDOWS, DOORS, SCREENS, MOULDINGS
AND CABINET WORK
ORDER IT TODAY AND GET IT TOMORROW
LAKESIDE LUMBER CO.
MILL AND YARDS KLAMATH AVE. AND CENTER ST.
The Golden Rule has sent Its cor
setleres. Mlrs Anna Metcalf and Mlis
Myrtle Orltfln. to attend the GojarJ
school of corsetrr at San Francisco.
They hare been there all during the
past week and are expected to re'
turn very shortly.
This school is an Innovation in
that it accepts only saleswomen who
ihate had practical experience and
ho ar ready to take past graduate
work. This corresDonds to a nhrsN
clan or s lawyer attendees a unirers-'
'Ity to get bis degree. j
Speclallzod service has taken on
'retail store and the Golden Rule has
I adopted this advanced merchandising
Idea In every department. Realizing
the Important relation correct cor
se try biars to the health and effi
ciency of women, the corset depart
ment Is receiving special attention.
The Gossard school of corsetry Is
acknowledged to be the oldest and
foremost Institute of Its kind In the
United States and Its graduates are
accepted as expert authorities on
modern hygienic corsetry.
O Don J lli'ldlng, mnnagor of thoi Mr and Mrs. J. V. Houston and
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Building is Most Active
NEW HOMES ARE SPRINGING UP
EVERYW1PRE, AND MOST OF THEM
WERE MADE POSSIBLE BY SAVINGS
ACCOUNTS STARTED BY THEIR OWN
ERS YEARS AGO.
OPPORTUNITY LOOKS AT YOUR
BANK BOOK BEFORE IT KNOCKS AT
SO IT'S GOOD, SOUND ADVICE WE
GIVE YOU WHEN WE TELL YOU TO
OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH THE
Klamath State Bank
'THE GROWING BANK"
Located at the Corner 6th and Main
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
they will lslt
for a couple of
al j wM tab essra 4 M
V C. Keen, who has heon here on
a twelve day.' dullness trip, left tlu
morning for San Francisco,
Mr. and Mrs, John Plater wentlo
Dqrrls this morning to attend to bus
iness matters and will return this
etenlng. Mr. Rater Is employed by
the go eminent and Is doing carpen
ter work at Ulamuth Agency.
Mrs. A. K. Scott and son, Glen
left this morning
relatives and friends
Mike Krlker, a buslneaa man of
Weed, has been here on a brief bus
Inesa trip and returned to We4 this
Mrs. U. A. Will and daughter, Es
ther, left this morning for a combin
ed business and pleasure trip to San
Francisco. They will stop oK at
Rosevllle and Bacramento for a few
Georgian Woddall and Kathleen
Russell, who have been on a vaca
tion trip to all the points of Interns!
In the northwest, were passenger on
the naoralog train for their homes In
Mrs. W. J. Hohl and daughter,
Gwendolyn, and son, Bldren, who
have bean visiting In this city with
Mrs. Kohl's brother, Earl Brooke,
returaed this moraing to their home
Mr. and Mrs. E. Adams, who, have
been here on a combined business
and pleasure trip, were passengers
on the morning train for Sacramento.
Mr. Adams has been looking over all
of southern Oregon seeking a loca
tion to open a mercantile store. He
ha decided that Klamath Falls ft
about the best place he can find and
he stated this morning that
be will be back In November. .While
here be let the contract for the con
struction of a store room.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Yowell have
been here on a brief business visit
and left this morning for San Fran
cisco en route to their home in
T. J, Brown, construction engi
neer for the Standard Oil company,
who has been superintending the re
mjodellac of the Standard Oil plant
here, left this morning for Slsson to
do a similar lob there. He was ac
companied by his assistant, ClaudsM
Olorer. V. L. Purkey, chief clerk
of the Standard Oil, with headquart
UVMuro I'nlon olftce, will leavo to
morrow for Ran Frnncltco by auto
mobile for a wvt'k's visit Mrs, llel
ullng will h.ivu charge of the office
during his nlxoticK,
J K. Wlie, uiinnKer of the Sacra-
imento ollicii of the (iooilycar Tire i Mr and Mrs. J. It. Carnahsn will ac
company Is In tint city In behalf of company them at fur as Horn! and
the Interests of his company lie l, they expect lo return by way of
tvuu lloiMton left this morning In
their car, taking their daughter,
Mrs. Inland Haines and baby, Mir
garet Jano, to Yakima, Wash, Mr.
and Mrs Haines are jilitnnlng to
make their homo then) In the future.
accompanied by the district repre
sentative, Mr Sanders, whono terri
tory Include Klamath, I.ike and SI-
V. K, Reeder was In town jester
da) afternoon from his ranch at fine
The Iter. E. I' Lawrence and fam
ily left thli morning for Diamond
Lake for u fortnight's camping and
W A IMinll and family who Imvu
suplle for his been spending a few das at Rocky
Point and Crater Lake, acompanled
Mr and Mrs Leslie Rogers and
daughter. Zepha. Mrs. Mabel Andor
son and daughter. Claire, left this
mornlog for Crater Lake for a week
Mr. and Mr. E. W. Englebrlght
with their two charming daughters,
Marion and Alllce Winifred, left
Thursday morning for San Francisco
where they will' visit for a few days
before returning to their home In
New York City, They have spent a
delightful two weeks with Mr. and
Mr. Leslie Rogers of this city.
by their guests, Mr. and Mrs, Charles
Deliell and R. W. Whlttlngblll, of
Oklahoma, returned last night with
a tine catch of fish, which they got
yesterday at Rocky Point.
Mrs. W. H. McPherren was operat
ed upon for the removal of tonsils,
Thursday at the Warren Hunt hospital.
Dataak aad Kaaaast oating wear
for assss and womt at K. K. K.
M. W. POOLS, Owwer
ROGRR B. TOMMY, Maaleal Directs
If yon love a sjmat sea story see
with George Walsh playing the loading rolo
The big feature you Imvn btmn waiting for 1
"VIRGIN OF STAMBOUL"
and the star la Prls'cllla Dean This I acknowledged Universal'
greatest picture and that mean something.
On Sunday the show will be continuous starting at 1:80 P. M.
AFTERNOON SHOWS... 10 AND SS CENTS
snumw mows is and as osnts
NOTH: We hare just Installed two big new farced draught fans
and believe you will flail the theater cool and comfortable
aCAXTJOafi BTUT DAT
ers at Bacraausto, also left tuts
orsiaf for Sacraauato.