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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 16, 1920)
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THE EVnwa HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
O. A. C- DRILLS
OREOON AGRICULTURAL COL
LEGE, Corvaltls, 8pt. IS. Many
ehangKwlll M mado In tho college
Military department In starting tho
Mw school year. The Instructional
ataff Will be Materially Increased,
and macat ha toea Made tor addi
tional aallited private for tho field
artillery antf emvaitnTinlta.
Iatad of two drill period! a week
tho R. O. T. C. member will meet
by batalllon, troupe and corps, but
once a week tor tenant assembly,
at which time maneuver will be un
dertaken. Thli will be from 1 to 3
o'clock. To take the place of the
aecond drill period. Instructional . . ..
croup, limited to 2S persons. Reg- wpenence, openea j.wj.
ttlar etas room Instruction baa been
scheduled. The students will listen A Classified Ad will aU It.
to lectures and c will havo regular
study work tordo. Movlug-plcturt
will be used so that the students may
visualise military operations.
Now uniforms have been received
by the college military department
which will be Issued to the first year
R. O. T. C. men, and to all others
whoso uniforms are won.
CHICO, Sept. It. The thirty-first
year of the Chlco atato normal school
was commenced with the opening of
the fall term here Monday. Regis
tratloa for the teacher coarse waa
heavy, atudenta from all over super
ior California enrolling. The normal
training school In which the atndent
teacher are given actual teaching
These cool September days aro a i warning to the careful
buyer that winter Is coming and that the time Is now ripe
for BUYINQ WOOD.
WINTKR IS COMING
Flaw your orders with us now for Oreen Slab and Block
Wood while the summer prices are on, tor bad roads are
aure to bring advances In price BUY NOW.
O. Peyton & Co.
"WOOD TO BURN"
Except that you neyer lose any time when you
eat in this cafe. We try to make every second
count from the time you give, your dinner or
lunch order until it is placed before you.
Long waits in cafes sometimes ruin the very best
appetites makes people out-of-sorts, and places
them in anything but an eating humor.
Nothing like that in this cafe! Quick service
and excellent meals that's the combination!
You'll get it at the
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WHENEVER YOU SEE THE SIGN
THE REXALL STORE
you may know that Is tho store, 'that, In tho estimation ot more than
6,000 other leading retail druggists, Is tho one best titled to fill the
drug store needs of that community.
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Epsom Salts, pound. ..........
Pnrctest Epsom Salts, 4 oss.
Powdered Alum, 3 ot.:.
Boric Acid, ( ou
8enna Leaves, 3 ot
Cascara Bark, 3 ot
Rochelle Salts, 3 ot
Turpentine, 4 ots
Aromatic Cascara, 2 out
Glycerine, 3 ou
Oil Eucalyptus. 3 ots
Camphorated Oil. 3 ots.
Spirits Camphor, 3 ots..'.
Cocoanut Oil, 3 ots
Pure Goose Oil, 2 ois....,
Tasteless Castor Oil, 3 ou.
Lime Water, pint.
The Sphagnum Moss sanitary nap
kin. Cool. No chafe No stain
Non-Pack. More absorbent than
cotton. Package ot one doten H5c
For articles of toiletware; horn, bone,
wood and silverware have ench como
forth In popularity and waned. Tuak
Ivory alono through all the ancient
days, and Ivory Pyralln through all
Today's days have remained the
greatest ot their kind.
Hair Brushes .....
Cloth Brushes .....
Puff Boies .........
Nail FIK's -.,
Dresser Trays .....
Perfume Bottles .
Soap Boxes .. ...
Jewel Boxea .......
94.75 to 99.00
93.73 to 9nUW
.....93.00 to 914.00
91.40 to 92.00
91.60 to 93JW
60c to 91.30
. 91.00 to $2.00
94 AS to 9H.00
! Week End Specials
Boquet Ramee Talcum
Velour Powder Puff
Week end price, the Two 55c
Septone Hair Tonic , $1.00
Septone Liquid Shampoo.. .50
Regular price $1.50
Week end price for both $1.15
SOAP FOR TOILET AND BATH
French Bath, Almond Toilette,
and Elder Flower. v Makes
a good lather.
Regular price, 2 cakes 25c.
Week end price, 5 cakes 50c
60c Lord Baltimore Linen.
24 sheets paper
Week end price 35c
$1.00 Highland Linen Stationery.
. Embossed with American
Flag. To close out.
Week end price, per box 25c
60c Opeko Coffee 45c
40c Symond's Inn Gocoa 29c
40c Vanilla Extract 29c
40c Lemon Extract :. 29c
A complete line of looa leaf nail
bound talftn-, Jonraala, and
eolamaar hooka always
Adding Machine Tape, narrow 40c
Adding Machlnn Tape, wMo 50c
Box Utter Flics 91.00
10 discount In lot of six.
Desk Illottorf, 3 for 93c
(Jem Clips, 2 boxes afto
Venus- Pencils 10c
Woronoco Pencils 10c
Mopblsto Indellblo Pencils 15c
Ink Wells .60c to 91.73
Kconomy Pencil Hharpeners 91.M3
Writing Field, quart 91.75
Typewriter Ribbons ..fl.00
Clco Paste, pint 9I.OO
Takes tho kinks out of sore
muscle. Keeps the skin healthy.
Genuine electric massage vibrator
IloUlnl Warmth and fomfort. Ilo
ready fur lhe root fall nlghla with m
HOT WATKK BOTTI.K
to pat at yoani fret. The comfort one
afford la worth many limn ita
Our slock has Just arrived and
comes direct from the factory; ovory
bottto fresh and sure to woar long
and to give perfect sstlsfactlon.
Maximum Hot Water Bottle,
3 quart .... 92.50
Knntlcek Hot Water llottto,
3 quurt .. .. ... .. .93Jt3
Kantleek Hot Water Bottle,
3 quart .93.no
Resell Illuo Hot Water llottto.
2 quart 9SJM
$2.50 to $12.00
Fountain Prn Repaired
PIUCKH DO NOT INCLUDE RK VENUE TAX
The MCait Store
Mail Order. Filled Promptly
ATI! ASiD MAIN HTItKKT
KODAKS AND FILMS ?!
Developing, Printing and Knlarglng.
Kverythjng fur the Amateur
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WINCHESTER, Va., Sept. 16.
Memorials to two Confederate gen
erals, Stephen Dodson Ramseur and
Jamea Johnston Pettigrew, both
North Carolinians, will be unveiled
near here during the coming week at
the places where they died. Many
Sherwin - Williams
HOUSE PAINT OUp
0 WWi cuUpainting coat JWW m
The only way to buy paint economically ii to forget gallon
price and figure costs by area covered and years of life. ,
S W P covers one-third more area than paints which are
cheaper per gallon. It lasts twice as long without repaint
ing, so requires half the material and costs half the labor
price (for painting and repainting).
So price per gallon means nothing. Area covered, weather
refinance, and years of life are die real thing that deter
mine price economy On that basis S W P is the cheapen
pcr-gallon outside paint you could buy.
S W P has been the leading prepared house paint for half
a century. You will find a complete line of it at our store.
Let us figute with you on your bouse-paiatiag.
oullmruer. principally North Cnro-iynriln, Is the Hollo (Irovo homo In
llnluns, aro expected hero for the ox-'which died, October 20, 1864, of
orcUcs which will ho under thu Joint wounds received at Cedar cruck, Oc-
ausplcea of tho North Carolina dlvl-i toiler 11), I8C4, Mujor-Oonurnl Htuph
alon of United Confederate Veterans, I en Dodson Ramseur, C. 8. A. A no
thu North Carolina division of United .tlva of North Carollnu, hu resigned
from tbo United States army In 1861
and vnterlng tho Confederate state
army as a lieutenant, roso to tho
rank of major-general at tho ago of
Daughters of tho Confederacy and
tho North Carolina historical com
mission. The memorial to General Ramseur
which mark the Hollo (Irovo homo
where tho general died Octobor 20,
1864, will be dedicated on tbo after
noon of September 16, The memor
ial to Oeneral Pottlgrow which marks
the Uoyd house whore bo dlod July
17, 1863, will be dedicated on tho
morning of September 17.
Tho Pcttlgrow momorlul tablet Is
"Due west of this tablet, 6S0 feet,
Is tho Iloyd house in which died, July
17, 1863, Ilrlgadler Oenvrnl James
Johnston Pottlgrow, of North Carlo-
The two memorials consist of "no, C. 8. A. At Gettysburg ho com
granite columns, the gift of tho lato mandod nnd led Noth's division In Ihu
at Falling Wators, July 14, 1863.
" 'Ho was a bravn and accomplish
ed officer and gentleman, and his
Ions will bo deeply foil by thu country
nnd thu army.' It, K, Ue."
Winchester citizens will hold a ro
coptlon for tho visiting Confedrrato
vetorans and Uiolr frlonds Thursday
BIG BASIN LUMBER CO.
ColnelP. H. Mayo, of Richmond, Va.
At tbo Ramseur momorlal dedica
tion Thursday afternoon tho speaker
I will Includo Major Charles M. Htcd-
man, formerly a member of General
Ramseur' staff anil former ficnutor
Henry A. Dul'ont, of Dolawnra, who
jwas n cluwimaUj of Goneral Humueur
at West Point, afterward an officer
In tho Union army and who wu with
general Rarasour at tho tlmo of his
death. Goneral Ramseur wua inor-.
tally; wounded at tho battlo of Cedar
j creek, nuur- hero and fell Into tho
.hands of tho Union army under Gon
eral Philip Hhcrldan. Ho wus taken
to Bherldan's headquarters at tho
Hell Qrove house, whero ho received
aw a... ullnnlfnn f.nk.i l..,h km I . .......
uvu, n..u,v,u, t,ji, u(u.u ,, un.l
and Koderul surgoons, In snlto of
which ho died Octobor 20, 1864.
Dedication of the memorial to Gen
oral Pettigrew will take place Friday
niornulg, the principal address being
by Chief Justice Walter Clark of
North Carolina, while General Louis
O. Young, of Savannah, Ga., an In
timate friend ot Goneral Pettigrew,
also will make an address,
General Pettigrew commanded
Heth's division of the Confederate
army In Longstreet'a assault on
Cemetery ridge, July 3, 1868. Dur
ing Lee's retreat from Gettysburg,
he commanded tho rear guard of the
Confederate army and was wounded
at Falling Waters, July 14. He was
moved at once to Doyd house, near
here, whore be died July 17, 1863.
The tnblot on tho Ramseur mem
"Northwest ot tbl tablet, 800
assault on Cemetery rldKft, July 3,
and In retreat was mortally wounded
In preparation for the hard sur
facing of tho downtown city streets
of Ilend, C. 8. Reed of tho Western
Wllllte Paving company la purchas
ing machinery and cxtonslvo supplies
to use hero, on an authorisation re
cently sent by Mayor Kustcs, a letter
recolvod by Mr. Eustes from tho Will-
Its president stales. Operations aro
to bo started hum as iulckly a pos
sible, Mr. Rued mentions In his letter.
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