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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 2, 1920)
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TH11V1NIMQ HIKALD. KLAMATH FALLi. OMOOW
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Now Located and Open for Business
IN OUR NEW STORE !
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WE "ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THAT WE WE ARE READY TO SERVE THE PUBLIC IN
QUR NEW STORE AND INVITE YOU TO STEP IN AND LOOK OVER ONE OF OREGON'S
FINEST CLOTHING STORES " "
WE INVITE YOU TO SEE THE
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Fall style show of men's Hue wear
Suits, Overcoats, Hats, Shoes, Leather
Goats, Mackinaws Furnishings
WATCH FOR ANNOUNCEMENTS OF THE GRAND OPENING
ONE OF OREGON'S FINEST CLOTHING STORES
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FOR4 3ALB 3.room 'boutfWb?
roaaocanr na willow furniture
First St., between Pine and High.
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trlet; fronM9 to $400., LoU with
in 4 htockVtC Wwlte Pelican kotel
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IFOR SALE One Ford, 1918 model.
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CHEVROLET rpB 8A1.K. " 1475.
711 Mn .
WANTHD-ft Mr, Jj
LOOK! Qui latfiUoeat. Four
room moate and 50(100 lot. 81S
Walnut Aye.. -ur 9tb. lea owner
on prenlMi lh week, eavln aoon.
WANTKl A furniaked bouse. Ap
ply J. L Hnder Co. 2-4
FOR 8ALE 1920 Reo, uted only 6
months. Dargaln If taken at
once. Box 47, Herald Office. 2-tf
MINT CO. FORMED
Articles of Incorporation of the
Southern Oregon Mint company were
filed today with the county clerk.
The Incorporators are C. F. Parker,
L. L. Gahacea'And Frank B. Robin-
ison. The company starts with a cap
italisation of $10,000. divided Into
200 shares at.$S0 per saare.
It Is the primary purpose of the
company to plant and grow mint,
but the articles of Incorporation car
ry a blanket. permit to engage In all
kinds of development enterprise.
Tbe company pians to secure a
tract of land In the Midland district
and plant a large part of It as soon
fiamng at the.
A HEAL PICTURE OF THE REAL WEST,,
'"CpFJD THE COWPUNCHER"
... L.ii.k..i tnr iuitiir in' a iIddv comedy of the
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f Tron4 a smile to your lips at tbe same time t
''1 . SATURDAY
MtMflcp Tourhear's Dig Special Production
fMY LADY'S GARTER"
two nivoiie: cahkh filkim ..
OXK ACTIOX IS TltlKO
Divorce suits were filed In tbe cir
cuit court yesterday by Nellie May
Jacobson against Hans W, Jacobson,
and by Kdna McKeever against Km-
The 'divorce suit of Clara Day
against Fred R. 'Day was tried yes
terday afternoon ari'd tbe decision Is
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Pleasures are the commas used to
punctuate Jlfe's sad story.
If a man Is big and fat and able to
keen bis mouth shut he can bluff
almost any one!
GO D SPEAKERS
't The membership forum luncheon
of the chamber of coaauerce at the
White Pelican hotel yesterday pro
duced many helpful sugge'tlons
from several speakers who addrcined
Charles Hall of Marsbfletd, presi
dent of the state chamber of com
merce, made a short address. In
which he referred to Klamath Falls
The Eye Follows
Because your feet are seldom still your shoe is
the most conspicuous part of your costume.
Many shoes which look well in the window lose
their beauty of line when on an active foot. This
is not the case with our
which are made to look as well oh the wearer
as when displayed for sale
Agents for Buster Brown Shoes
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as'tho second city of cominorclnl Im
portance In the state. He aalit that
the stnte chamber was a state organ
ization and not tied to Portland. Mr.
Hall, who has been here fur a couple
of days on business, returned home
K. If. Thomas, county agricultural
agent, enlarged on the topic "Dol
lars and Sense of the Farm Bureau,"
showing by conclusive logic that sul
phur on every sere of alfalfa In
Klamath county would mean 15311',
000 annual Increase In value of the
county hay crop,
Robert (loets, new principal of the
high school, and H. V. dates, found
er of tbe city's light, water and tel
ephone system, who made some In
terestlng comparisons of the past
and presont commercial status In the
course of his reminiscences, were
No man ha the courage to tell a
woman what her mirror does.
The only charms some young men
possess are attachod to the watch
SPILLS SOME MORE
OF BIG BOY'S RECORD
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and Bill appeared In them about as
often as most of ttio scrappers down
there. One night hi got to golu nn
hard they thought he'd never be
stopped, and some guy In the crowd
yelled "Hang the name Wild Bill on
him," and Wild Bill It's been ever
"Did I ever see Ritchie go? Sum
I have, and he's no amateur, either.
Beat Pbat Willie Meehan, and Pbat's,
one of the few who ever got away
with Jack Dempsey. It's a tons up
near aa I can see, but, aay, you guys,
bettor surround that dessert y' got
there an' lot's go up and see 'om
work out at -the danco pavilion.
Smithy's got a mighty wlllln' bunch
of boys workln' out up there, an' let's
go up an' get an eyeful. 'Ivo ap
peased my appetite for victuals, but
I've still got a tolerable appetite for
boxing. Iet'a got"
tsi pick or rat piotcmmi
A NEW ONB KVEHT.DAT
H. W. POOLK, Owner ROGKH D. TOIUIKY, Musical Director
'I M ya- TONIGHT tjRmt
The Eminent English Actor, H. B. WARNER,
THE WHITE DOVE"
"T-"' ff TOMOMLOW ,(l ,
"THE DOCTOR AND THE WOMAN"
a strong dramatization of Mary Roberts Rinehart's
M great story "K".
"ONE HOUR BEFORE DAWN"
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