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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 6, 1920)
THE EVENING HERAIA KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
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I PERSONAL MENTION I
Mr. and Mr. If. N. Moc left this
minting by automobile for several
weeks' our of northwest cllles.
They will spend next wk, which Is
llurors' Week, In Portland. They
expect to visit Tflcomn, Seattle and
other northern cities tioforo return'
Mr. and Mrs. A. 1. Scheld and
'.'daURhtor, Miss Margaret Scheld,
who have been on a tour of the
northwest, came down from Crater
I.nko jeMcrilay, Thin morning they
'loft on tho train for their home In
F. tavnttl. Miss U Lotottl
MIm Ruby Magneas were passengers
on tho morning train for Mcdford
where they will visit with relative
and friend for about two weeks,
Mr. and Mrs. J P. Simpson, who
havo been visiting In Ihlvclty for the
past two days, returned to tholr
home In Mac.loel this morning.
Mrs. M M. Morgan and daughter,
who havo been visiting. In this city
with Mrs. Morgan's other daughter
Mrs. I.. K. Phelps, for the past two
weeks, left this morning for their
homo In Cottage O.rovo.
Orvllle Klllott nnd family were
visitors In, this city josterdny from
their homo In Klanvnth' Agency.
M. C. Morrow, of Tacoma. Is a
guest of K. T. I.utlden, local tele-
Mrs. r, I.OVWIW, .-"isa ' mw.w... .
.. i i.. r.i,' Phone company manager
."" IS.." w V bee; on a . came here to see how highly t
pfeasur? trip to Craler UU - :' ? ?" J '.
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mnrninc fur (heir homes In San
M. Stern has been hens on a brief
business visit and returned to his
home In San Frxirtsco.Xhl'i morning.
Mrs. E. Red berg, who ha been
hero on a week's pleasure and vaca
tion trip, left this morning for her
horn In San Francisco.
Bert. King, of King's Jaw orches
tra, wu a pasasger on the nsornlnr.
train for San Fraaclsco where he
will spend a few days on business.
A. Werner has been here on a two
weeks' buslneai Wit aad left this
morning for his home In Spokane.
Mrs. 8. Officer and daughter, who
have been visiting with relatives for
three week, left this morning for
their home In Vancouver. Washing
ton. George II. Reed was a passenger
on the naming train for San Fran
cisco. He has been on a pleaure trip
to Crater Lake for the past three
Mrs. H. a. Wood and Mrs. F. C
Tllden and daughter, Constance,
have been here on a pleasure trip.
They left on the morning train for
their homes In San Francisco,
Kvelyn Tllden and Mrs. W
Finding that the "half had not been
told" him he has made up hl mind
to stay and his family will Join him
within a few weeks. He has not
fully decided upon an occupation
He quits a salesman's position with
the Sherman-Clay piano company to
The Moore flrothers wero In town
yesterday afternoon from their
ranch In Poe Valley.
C. H. Underwood left this morning
In 61s car for Ashland, where he will
spend two or three days attending to
Miss Nellie Parker arrived last
night from Astoria. Oregon, She ex
perts to spend two weeks visiting:
with friends from the University of
Oregon, and other acquaintances.
NOT1CK TO TAXPAYKIW
You arc hereby notified that the
Assessment Rolls for Klamath Coun
ty for the year 1S20 have been com
piled by the Assessor and are open
to Inspection at my omen by all per
sons Interested. All taxpayers are
ml.. requested to examine tho valuations
Runyon. placed upon their property for the
who were here with the party, left
by auto for San Francisco.
Miss Jessie McRulrc. supervising
nurse or the Klamath General hos
pital, left this morning for a three or
four weeks' vacation visit In Van-
reason that assessed valuations
throughout the county have been
generally raised to conform to In
crease In sale value of property. Alt
persons interested should examine
their assessment before tho meet
i . . . .
couver. II. C. . Ina: of the board or equwuauon on
K. C. Wardell went to Ivan this, the second Monday In September,
morning on business and will return) J- P. I.KE.
tomorrow night. " I Assessor of Klamath County.
Miss Laurie Wadsworth came' Aug.
down from Fort Klamath this nuirn-
log and left on the morning train for Man. are you shirtless? That's not
Berkeley where she will attend col- necessary while we aro selling them
lege during the coming school term at SOe and up. R. I. Hammond, 5S
Mrs. L. D. Magnets and baby ami, Main St. 5-6
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Earl Shepherd Co.
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MT Main St.
Star Theatre I
WILL ROGERS in 'THE STRANGE BOARDER" I
He deasoeuitratew oaco more hi right to he called the Mt Human H
Piguro on tho Hcrw-n In this picture, his beet one.
The HALL ROOM BOYS in I
; "THE CHICKEN CHASERS" I
A Regular Comedy H
,.. i jAniU Stewart ia I
"THE FIGHTING SHEPARDESS" I
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A few voile dresses left that we must move. Some
with dark figures and some with black and white
effects. All prettily made and finished.
Regular prices $15.00, $17.50 and $25.00
Saturday Special $11.50, $14.75 and $16.50
Accordion Pleated Skirts
Just arrived-ra few beautiful accordion pleated silk
skirts, jut what you have been waiting for. Colore
plain white and brown, also checks and plaids.
Saturday Special $12.50
SJW E A T E R S
The very latest in slipon and coat models, all sizes
and colors to pick from. Regular $10.00 value
Saturday Special $7.50
Women who know appre
ciate gingham frocks, not
only for themselves but
for tjic young miss who
will soon start to school.
There are few fabrics
easier to launder or more
serviceable. Our new fall
line shows ginghams in
plaids, ginghams in checks
and stripes in a great var
iety that is pleasing and
tempting yet so attractive
Special 50c the Yard
These are beautifully em
broidered, tucked and
hemstitched. A feature
is tho individuality of
style, for each is designed
with thought as to line
and correct trimming.
These waists are worth
A few desirable Tub Silk Waists with dainty colored
hand embroidery and lace trimmings. Just a few
left so come early. Saturday Special .$2.50
Fashion Says "Laces and Embroidery"
and naturally women who dress upon the say so of
thi3 "Gay Young Lady" who rules styledom have
accepted her latest'tidings with gaity, as this store
always conforms with fashions dictates, we are
showing an extensive variety of dainty laces and em
broideries in all desigiis and widths.
Ladies' and Misses' Middies and Smocks
A fresh supply in both white and colored middies
and smocks, some with Norfolk fronts and side
pockets. Special prices from $1.50 to $3.00
An underpriced offering of Kayser ono-button silk
gloves in white only, and yet the demand for gloves
of such sterling qualities is without precedent. It is
a further demonstration of the good value of this
store. Special 69c
Parasols for Sushi and Rainy Days
A correct parasol is a finishing touch to every
woman's summer toilet. Here we have them in a
rich variety to harmonize with gowns of all shades.
Prices range from $7.50 to $13.50
y H. N. MOE, Proprietor . . X
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DENVBR. August 6. Fear that
street car trlke rlotlag which Isst
night resulted in two death and la
Jurr to 4 peraoiM will be returned
today. I eisretted in offlclal circles.
The riots started late rekterday when
car manned by itrlkebreaker pass
ed a parade. o( utriker and rpa
The mobs partially wrecked the
offlce of the Denrer I'ost. which op
posed the strike and attempted to
burn the car barns. Kvery window
In tho I'ost, bulldlnis wan liroknn, tho
nresses hammered, sand thrown, in
rollors and tlio composing room on-
Tho fatalltlos occurred near thej
car barns, fioveral Btreot cam woro.
wrocked but tho mob's efforts to
burn the barns woro unsuccessful.
Last nlRbt Oovernor Shoup, Mayor
Bailey and other offlclal bold a con
ference and decided not to call the
troop but to rely, on volunteer and
pedal police. Up to noon no furthor
attempt to run car a was made.
Two machine gun woro turned
over to' the police by tho national
guard toda . ,
Thnu naav-ealnred. handy little
Jaotor bkeU, which can be, eenjn
th'duiiflt:wJI(pwi of the Johnaon
FttrBltu, Gflavwr on afaln treet,
arc Jut what you need when you
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Van A. Dunlap, one tlmt proprie
tor of a grocery store here, died In
Ban Francisco July 39, following an
operation, say a recent Issue' of the
Willow Journal. Mr. Dunlap left
here ia 1911. He waa a brother of
Horace Dunlap, who still reside
Tin i.- i.akk llftMKHTKAD NOTK8 KOItMKH HrMIIKNT IUKS IN
H. I-'. KM.imvi.-M. orr.ii.in.
Mr. Crandall Is In Klamath Falls
for a woek or two. She will be em
ployed at Shepherd' music store dur
ing her stay.
Much of the hay In this section ha
been stacked. Fine crops of alfalfa
were the rule In most place.
Mr. Freer spent Sunday with hi
family, returning to Ilray Monday
Mr. Myers and children of Seattle
are visiting her brother, CharJee
'Steve Kuder was a buiinee visitor
at the Fall Tuesday.
Mr. Martin, father of Oliver Mar
tin, I very III.
Antone Pollveky Is erecting a barn
on hi ranch.
Amo nook returned from a trip
to southern California which ho mado
with hi parent two weeks ago. Mr.
and Mr. Hook aro on tholr way to
Okluhoma. Mm, I'lum, Minx I'lum
hero, and hcslilo leaves a widow,
two daughters, anil three other
brother and three slater. He wa
63 year old. He hud resided at
Willow for several year until last
December when he sold hi farm
there and moved to San FrancUco
for medical treatment.
A CUMiat4 At wlU aU it
and Mr. wagamoii returned to 1
Klamath Kail with Amos Hook nnd!
will visit him for n tlino.
Crosby Ourrlon und fumlly woro
town visitors muriumy.
HTIJKKT KHTIMATK8 AHH
.1 ' VINIHIIKI) IIX KNUINKKIt
Don Zumwalt, city engineer, re
port that tho last estimates have
beon mado on Tenth and Lincoln
street!. Thl complete all the work
to be done on thou atreot and Con
ger avenue will be the noxt street to
open Improvement work on. The
exact date ot thl I not known at
noo pick or no nofiTMi
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II. W. rOOLK, Owner IlOUKIl I). TOitllHMoiilral Director
"HIS DIVORCED WIFE"
A ktory of the Kentucky mountains Mm ring Mihiinn HnlUbury
Tho (float Tom Mix mid hU lior Tony In (
"THE TERROR? ?
TomH liiloMt und KrcuU'wt tlirlller
Well It' smother excellent one front a Ntojr by Harold MacGratlt
"STm LUCK OF THE IRISH"
It I and Wllflam Orogan I the hero so Shamrock will bo In order.
We would print tbl In greet! Ink only Mr. Murray said be did not
have aay today. Anyhow the "Luck Of .The Irish" 1 euoh a good
Know tlAVwe will run It continuously on Sunday to that
all may e It.
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