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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 16, 1920)
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Tb Evening Herald
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f all aswe dlsaatoaea credited to It.
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taper, and also the local newe pub
THURSDAY, HKPTKMUKIt 16, IS)
MEDFORD, Sept. It. The coron
er's Jury investigating the death of
Arthur Kimball, a rlctlm of a hunt
lag accident last Thursday returned a
verdict Saturday, that dealt! was
eauaed by a rifle shot tired by It. V.
Dusenbury, and that the .same waa
DEND, Sept. 16. Irvln S. Cobb
aad his hunting party, which set out
from -Bend laat week, are apparently
roaghlng It In real earnest. At least
eae of their cars Is In need of a new
spring, a message from NT. 0. Jacob
ton, former Deschutes forest super-
phone by Ranger Roy Mitchell at
Port Rock, states.
Information concerning the nctlvl
ttca ot'tho party has been wanting,
as the carrier pigeons which wens to
havo served ns a means of communi
cation, were left behind In the con
tusion Incident to their departure.
It Is believed the party la now oa the
trail of the lava bear in the. rort
Rock country. i
Out of 8 leaching positions In
Deschutes county, all but five have
been filled, County Superintendent
J. Alton Thompson reported this
morning. The average Increase of
salary for the county's Instructors la
1G per cent over laat year and 70 per
cent over that paid five years ago.
Salaries In the rural school run from
$900 to $1,156.
ROSEBURO, Sept. 11. Hugh
Shcltabarger, who resides near Honey
creek, austalned sorer Injuries Fri
day when he fell over a 30-foot bluff
while hunting with Andrew Smith,
who also fell over the bluff, was only
ROSEIlima. Ore., 8ept. 16. The
postal depsrtment haa been unable
to find a man or woman who wishes
tho office of postmaster at Perdue,
located above Canyonvllle and has
ordered tho postoffice there suspend
ed. Amos O. Ilukcr, postmaster at
Perdue for eight years, resigned
some time ago and the government
has been unablo to find any one who
would take the place.
In Japan, the heads of small boys
are always kept shaven until they are
seven years old. This is supposed
visor, one of the party, sent In by to strengthen the hair.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR SAliB 90 head 'stock cattle In
.- .falr-shapei-lS head beet In hunch,
(lood price for quick aale. 11, J.
Ticknor, Langcll Valley telephone
and pott office. 16-18
FOR RENT Room tor one or two
gentlemen. 438 Washington.
FOLDiNd naby bnggy, almost no1.
1384 Lookout Ave.; phone 2334.
FURNITURE For sale;
WANTED A girl tor millinery, one
with experience preferred. Apply
833 Mala St., Mlsa Callahan. 16
WANTED Experienced girls for
laundry work. 8teady work, good
pay. New City Laundry, No. 5 Main
8U Phone 1S4. 16tf
FOR SALE Ford truck. Call Har
ry Richardson's store near post
ottlce. tlltt Edgo Creamery Co.
LOOK THKHK OVKlt
SPECIAL OPENING OFFER
In purchasing the Bend Studio we were compelled
to take over all the mounts and folders with the Bend
StamD on them. As wp wish in nut in n now lino with
our own stamp on them, we are going to reduce the
price about 50 on the Bend Folders. All 4x6 pic
$ tures will be $5.50 per dozen and your choice of a,
folder, Some are pncedasTiigh as $15.00 per dozen.
First come, get first-Dick. We know our work will
1 please you.
Miller Pholo Co.
1136 Main St
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For Autumn Occasion
The keen, bracing September weather, with just
a hint of coming frosts in the air, reminds us that the
time is here to think of fall footwear.
The joy of being out of doors brims to fullest
measure when one is correctly clad. In JOHN
KELLY Shoes your feet enjoy the perfect freedom
that comes only with expert, painstaking shoe
making. Smart brogues, stylish, walking- boots and ox
fords, pumps and slippers for the formal and semi
formal social' affairs of the season. ,
They're all of the faiSpus JOHN KELLY quality.
May we not show you the new styles?
New 4 room modern, 13,760.
4 room cottaxe. cor. lot. 11.250.
New 2 room! cottage, 3 lots,
Wo have somo dandy lots at prices
that can't be beat.
Very reasonable on all of tho
J. T. WAR" TO.
Phone 37C S34 Main St.
FOR SALE Msto model 1920 Chev
rolet, run about 2.100 miles; Is
equipped with shock absorbers, largo
steering wheel, dasn Hgnt, cut oui,
extra tire and tubc. Weed chains and
spreaders. Insured, first class me
chanical condition. Sco l J Rran
or Central Oarage. 16-81
Housecleanlng and window washing
wanted. Lloyd Ramsey, 805 Main
St.. Phone 53 9 J. 16-23
It haa been found necessary to
change the tlmo of the breeding salo
at county fair, September 25, from
afternoon to forenoon. 16-18
ALMOST AT AN END The salo of
men's two-piece underwear, felt
hats, fancy vests, collars, shirts, etc.
All these goods are standard stock,
and sold at prices so attractive as to
astonish you. Don't ou think It
worth your while to take a few step
out of jour way to savo dollars and
get goods that can't bo duplicated In
these days of shoddy manufacture?
I bought tneso goods at a limn wncn
It nald to bur first-class merchan
dise. That Is why you got moro than
value received in quality. I am sell-
Inr them at less than present nay
merchandise Is selling for at whole
sale. That Is why you are saving
money In buying them I am selling
the last of one of tho finest stocks or
men's wear that ever camo to Klam
ath Falls. It Is netrly gone and If
ou dont get what you wont now
you will be the loser. R. I. HAM
MOND, 58 Main Street. j!6
Just complete the remodeling of my studio
which now contains efficiency's latest demands
in studio equipment With these additions to
my studio, I am in position to make a specialty
of Portraits, Enlargement and Color Photo
I have secured permanent services of Mrs.
Alice Bell, whose artistic ideas will add indi
viduality to each particular setting.
. Each setting, regardless of time, will receive our every care, which embodies
all the technique of photography.
"Now" is the time to place your .orders for Christmas. Have your pictures
taken before you are buried with other shopping.
THE "CHILDREN'S ARTIST"
327 Main St
Klamath Falls, Ore.
llRKKDKRM' HALE AT FAIR HAT
t'lWAY, HKIT. JUs FAIR PROGRAM
Arrangements will be made for a
sale of breeding atock the second day
of the county fair, Saturday fore
noon, September 25. The ante Is
open to all exhibitors or breeding
stock. A number of choice bucks
are already listed with the secretary
and afford sheepmen opportunity to
mako somo good purchases. Berorul
breeds arc represented. Some puro
bred bogs will also be entered.
Hay, and men to feed and caro for
lock, will be provided for three days.
September 23, 24 and 25. Tho com
mlttco Is anxious to have nil agricul
tural exhibits In place by tho evening
of September 23. Livestock will bn
in better shape for exhibition If
brought In Thursday, September 23,
the day beforu the fair opening.
A conference of the young people
of the Christian Endeavor societies
of the Christian and Presbyterian
churches, and the Kpworth' League
of tho Methodist church, will be held
In the basement of the Presbyterian
church on Friday evening. There
rwlll be a banquet at 6:30 in the even-
tag, -followed by toasts aad discus
sion. The guests of the evening will
be Mr. Lloyd Carrick, field worker',
for Oregon of the State Christian En
deavor'.aoclety. accompanied by of
ficers 'of the 'Jackson county unien:
Mr. 'Leonard Brown, president, from
dent: Walter Mlksch, and ,Gcrtrude
Mlksch, chairmen oVUie lookout and
prayer meeting committees and Lib
eria Gore social committee, and Mrs.
Walter Frazcr llron, chaperone, and
The party aro leaving Medford In
two cars ou Thursday morning to
-visit Crater Lake, and will arrive
flmro Friday night for the conference )
.They will be entertained In the homos
and lfavo Saturday morn (pic for Ash
land for tho Jackson County Chris
tlun Endeavor convention, to lio hold
F.allonlng Is the fair pregram:
Friday, September 84
10 a. in. Livestock Judging be
gins. Tho following order will be
follewed: Horses, Sheep. Hogs,
1 p. m. Hoys' and Olrls' club live
stock judsiss. The ro!!o-!ss ardor
will be ebserved: Sheep, Hogs,
3 p. m. Klamath county quarter
mile derby. Free for all Klamath
county horses.- Purse 1150. First
9100. Second 160. (2) Saddlohorse
race. .Stock saddles required. Purse
$100. split 160 and 140. (3) Freo
for, all, three-eighths mllo. Purse
8326, split $160 and 176. (4)
Pony race. Purse 115, first $10, sec
4 p. m. Foot racing. Liberal
Hatarda), September OS
10:30 a. ro. Sale of breeding
1 p. m. Review and parado of , ,
club members, club livestock and;;
other livestock exhibits on race track, j;
bWv. I'liHaVBBassBSBaMMflBm. 9 A
Simple in construction, sure to fit, machined to n
fine point, is The Gill Piston Ring.
Comes in G9 sizes nnd willrfit almost any motor
used in an automobile or truck.
Can be bought at any garage.
Over 1,500 now in stock at my garage in Klamath
iii i -g :
1:45 p. m. Racing same program
as flrat except Klamath county derby
will be thrce-olghts of a mile Instead i
of quarter as on the first day. IT
3:30 p. m. Foot races and other,
fluid sports. Advt.
I Temporarily iu the Central Hotel Building J
832 MAIN ST.
I am showing a nifty line of Street, Ready-to-Wear
and Dress Hats
Fashion's latest creations and styles. Latest de
mands at prices to be appreciated . . Ji
$5.00 to $15.00
Watch for announcement of my opening in the
new Brett-Ward building. ' I '-
: Margaret Callahan if
XOTICK TO CHEIUTOIW
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon, in and for Klamath County
I In the Matter of tho Estate of
James Phillips, Deceased.
Notice Is hereby given that tho un
dersigned has been duly appointed
'administrator of the estate of James
Phillips, deceased, by tho County
'Court of tho State of Oregon for
I Klamath County, and all persons
having, claims against said estate,
aro hereby pllrectod to present same
with proper vouchors, verified, to
said administrator nt the Law Office
of Onelll and Irwin, Klamath Falls,
Oregon, within six months from tho
date of this notice,
.Dated, Klamath Falls, Oregon,
September 16, 1920.
Administrator of tho Estate
of James Phillips, Ueceaacd.
HAVE 11AIIV W)X
Dr. Warren Hunt reports tho birth
of a baby boy to Mr. and Mrs. DoneN
son. 1410 Sargent avenue, Mother
and' child kr progressing nicely.
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Good as Gold
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! The remaining six patterns are in splendid varied colors, neat shapes and
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