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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 21, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. 'OREGON
TUESDAY, HKPTKMIIKR 81, 1090
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
JAMES GREENE DEAD
Word Ii Ikiiiii riirulvml Imro nf
thi) i! until (' -.linns tlrccno, v.lilcli no
rurri'd III j.ui Krnnulnro ycarniniiy
nftornoon, Tho docoaiml Ih a broth
t of Miirtln mid Wlllliini (iruoiio of
IIU8 FOIll) In flriitx'limH mrclmii-
lent viiiiilKloiii Now llrcH nml
hIihi'U iiiMiirlHw; ?Ur. Contnil (lnr
Exclusive La Voguo
in Klamath Falls
Our Claims Are
and Subject to Proof
All 11 IVL, mvuiiir.Ks
III In county, and lived huru for u nuiu
hnr of yoam prior to IiIh iinllvtiiiiiiit
In tlin army for nervlco In Frmico.
lln him many frlond In thl mic
tion who will bu Krlovcd to learn of
Th (I di'cmlnnt will bo burled In Ann
KrancUcn, (tin funeral ImiIiik hidd to
morrow morning at 9 o'clock,
All innki'N of tnlkliiK tiuirlilnim ro
paired, oiled nml roKrit h IUd.
Wo ii ro oiportH lit IIiIh work,
AiiuliitiiiniitN by iiuilt only.
Till: HIONOOUAI'll IKKTIXm
r, 12 N, Dili HI.
POIt HAM Ciiimilntoly filrnlnlii.il
liouni', wlcknr nml iniiliiinnny f nr-
n I turn; hath. Klrst, liottomi IIIkIi
iiiiiI I'lnit. 21-27
KOIt HAI.lt- t.nunrli, Hint liny Tnl
furil, 120 CotiKnr Avu. 21-1
t'UJAN IIKim Willi linn of hath,
7Gc nml $1,00 per nlxlit. lining
IIihiiiiImk linnso, D20 Klninnth Avn.
North, mmr niuvimtli. 2I-2.1
I.OAT Mncklnow vent liolwn llio
llivnunu cntliiiKin nml l.nknsliln
I.uinhcr Co. Call 223J. 21-23
imi:i caiik roil ham-:
I Wrio inuring, 1 Chnlmoro, I
I)ihIko H80. Dunhnm Auto Co,
FOU HAl.lt Two Cruiadar bicycle,
Kootl running condition, I2G.00
iach, H!0 H, Fluchrr, Frnmont ft
Dotnrr Ave, or write t I. O, Ilox
1046, City. 21-23
FOIt IlKNT lUrn at 1311 Hnrjmt
Avonuo, HnOm for two nutomo-
tillrH. Hen I. Itynn. M2 N, 9th Ht.
FOH .HAMS Right room hotian,
Roodiullnr, wood nhrd. tine yard.
Upitalr can ho mmln Into two apart-
mania. 403 Jrffomon. 21-24
FOU flAI.T-3 llr owner, a flno bin
plarn with lot of fruit tree, her
rlex, plnnty of ihailn, hi Rorden
plot, anvnn room houne, and Karaite.
630 Connor Ave. 21-2R
HMAI.I. TRACT OF MINT I.ANO
On Upper take; chenp.
FIVR ROOM MOOKRN HOUHK On
piiyed itreet, cloie In; 17,000,
BIX ROOM MOOKRN IfOUBB
cioa in:' f 8.000.
-M1203 Main Street
21 v -r i
2,onn .lO-a'cro chicken ranch rlniw
to town, on very eay termx, I-otn
nf Reed bulldlnR.
ffi.nno One of Klamith Fall' mml
beautiful home, elno In on 7th
fit. JmmcjJtsU possessien: rood
$1,500 A filco four room planlered
rollout.', lMement; $300 canh and
$40 per month,
A. A. IIKIiKMAN CX).
406 Main Ht.
CIIIMNKY CI.KANINfl And fornaco
rnpalrlnit: moko tark painted.
All work Kuuranteod. 1'honn 47 or
lOBT Between Oreen flprlnm
mountain and Merrill, a black
leather bill folder containing $200
In currency Ownom name and ad
dreai Inilde. Mberal reward If re
turned to Harry llalley. owner, Smith
River Valley, California. 20-23
FOR BAI.K A coy, complain homo
for two. Located lf7own town and
within two block of the now pout
offlco, Ixivol lot, commit walk,
l-iwn, Reed wood Iiouko with 2-lneh
floor, Iioiiho Iiiih Inrxu llvlnc nnd "din
ing room to X 28 feet, riihltmt kit
chen, Imtli room, Inrcn clothrN coi
ol, hpil room, window chnites, and nil
liowly dororntod limlilu nml out. The
BE HERE THURSDAY
ConKrevHinnii C. N. MrArthur will
bii'ln Klmnath Fall Tliiimday, ami
In nclii'iliilcd to dnllviir a liiiirlicon
lulk to initiiilium of tint rhnmhnr of
commnrci) at tho regular forum miiut-
liur, and arrangement will bu madn."
for a ppnrh In tlin ovoiiIiik,
I'lnnit for it rnroptlon for tho rep
rent'iitatlvn will bo mado thin nvctilnt:
nt n mvutliiK ut I'ollcy Judgo 1,jhv
Itt'a office In tbn city hall at 7.30.
t WEATHER RECORD X
lloreaftor tho Herald will publlih
ho mean and maximum tempera
ture and precipitation record at tak
en by tho U. B Reclamation aervlco
nation, rubllcatlon will covor the
day provloua to the fOer'a laene, P
to C o'clock ot that day. c
Max. Mln. clplUUon
Sept. 1 II 4
Sept. II II
Sept. 3 II 14
Rept. 4 86 4
Hept. C II 44
Sept. I II 41
Sept. 7 II 4T
Sept. 8 71 41
Bept. 10 . 13 41
1 78 II
11 7T 42
12 14 II
13 II 41
14 69 43
14 42 m.
NOT1CK FOR MM
Notice Ii hereby Klvnn that blda will
brfrecofved at tho Rank ot llonania',
llonanta, Oregon, until 2 o'clock p.m.,
October 1, 1120, for ttan conatructlon
of that portion of tho railroad grade
of llonanta Rranch of Oregon 'Cali
fornia Eastern Railway Company
from itatlon 14 plu 00 to atatlon 83
plu 24. Dan and apeclflcatlona
may be Men at laid Hank of Hon
anza, Tho privilege of rejecting any
and all bid I ruaorvod.
Dated: September 4, 1920.
d. a. horn
J. L. SPARRKTORN
WIM.1AM IRWIN ,
Trunlee of Railroad Fund, llon
anta llranch, Oregon California
and Kaituru Railway. ,
Sopt. 4-U-18-2S 1
prlco I $3,000.00; lome term to
tho right party.
FOR BAI.K 14-acre factory alte on
the railroad and county highway,
Juit outxlde tho city limit, all level
and dry, worth Investigating;
FOR 8AI.K 100-foot corner on
Klanutth avenun, Thl U ono of
tho choicest corners In tho city for a
flrst-cla garage, and the. prlco la
right. I.opk this up If Interested: '
FOR SAI.K 30 foot on Main street.
Improved with two-story prosted'
brick building, full basement. Prlco
J. T. WARD & CO.
Phono 37S 834 Main St.
kowing at; the
THE DARKTOWN FOLLIES OF 1920"
BIG MINSTREL REVUE
15 OOLORKD AHTIHT8 JAM OIICHKHTKA
COMKDIANH HINOKIIH 1AN)KIW
Wroci, from Market Htrcct Showing, Han Francisco
Free Concert In Fnont of Theutcr each Evening
In Conjunction Earl Williwni in
"THE FORTUNE HUNTER"
geBw'Jr '7 n
92 Pairs of Shoes
50 Per Cent Reduction -
We .have, at present,
92 pairs of shoes, mostly
"Peter's," that we wish
to sell to make room for
new stock, and have
priced them at 50 of
their marked prices for.
exceptionally quick saltj' '
These shoes have
been in stock for a
considerable time, due1 -
mainly to their being,,pear)y all of the smaller
sizes, (up to, in some cages 6s j. They are althigh
except a very few pumns.and are in both la'ccuid
button, many having cloth tops in self or contrast
ing color. Below are giyen some of the shoes that
you will find in this lot, and it will pay to come as
early as you conveniently can to avoid disappoint
ment. High Lace Shoe, of Patent Colt, Cloth
Top, Black i$3.00
High Lace Shoe; Soft Black Kid, a splendid
house shoe $3.75
High Lace Shoe, Black Polished Kid ...S2.75
Hieh Lace Shoe. Grey Velvet Calf. ClotK
Top, a truly beautiful shoe.:. $4.00
nign juace onoe, oiacK ronsnea ivia, juuu
White .Cloth Tops .v3.00
High Button Shoe, Glazed Kangaroo, Cloth '
Tops, Black $2.50
The foregoing prices are only given to give you
an idea of what we have in this lot of shoes., Re
member, the sizes do not run very large, and the
styles of some are slightly out-of-date, but you will
get far more real value than you will be charged
for. . a
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
and Saturday Only
Suits and Coats
Are the Distinctive Styles
that Every Woman
Each La Vogue,suit is a distinctive, correct style
that every woman will admire.
The new styles are here now and they are on the
graceful, long, slender lines with scarcely any flare
to the skirt.
In a more complete variety than ever before
cloths of Yalama, Duvet.de Laines, Wool Velours
and Tricotines of the softvelvety touch.
Of course a coat must be of correct and pleaeing
style - t, .
And of high-grade quality
But also there is the very important item of flC
Every La Vogue coat hangs perfectly, fit com
fortably and retains its graceful shapeliness Uufrigh
the most severe service. '
In these coats are combined style quality and
We invite your inspection and at the same time
advise the early purchase .of your fall La Vogue feuit
or coat "" '
To make sure of securing just the style, material
and color you particularly';want, make your choice
now while our stocks are complete.
La Vogue suits and coats are noted for their fine
quality as well as their distinctive style.
Only the season's best and most dependable ma
terials are shown. 1,,
. They are most perfectly fitting garments, jcleierly
jr designed and of high-grade tailored quality:
i We are proud to show such splendid examples of
the tailor's art and at such reasonable priced
We have just received a wonderful line oi La
Vogue Coat for girls of from 8 to 14 years, and have
a number of them on display in our window.
They are full silk lined, and show the same care
ful tailoring and style which has made the whole
la vogue line so aisuncuve.
All-Wool Sweaters Reduced
for the Rest of the Week
We have just 16 of the new Sweater-Blouses and
are going to place them on sale for thVremaihder of
:, the week at a most attractiye price.
r . There are 8 of a beautiful buff color, and 2 of
wild rose, both of these lots having plain weave
! bodies, and collars of a basket weave. Then there
are just 6 of a wonderful shade of turquoise, with
.the body in basket weave, and the body plain.
They are all-wool, and worth more than we are
asking. Special until Saturday, $7.85.
SINCE WE NOW HAVE A NEW
COMPLETE AND RIGHT UP TO
NOW STOCK, WE WILL BE GLAD
TO HELP YOU SELECT THE COR
RECT FRAME FOR YOUR PICTURE.'
WE HAVE MANY EXCLUSIVE
DESIGNS PRICED RIGHT. WE
FRAME THEM CAREFULY AND
WILL FURNISH THEM QUICKLY.
"THE CHILDREN'S ARTIST"
THE PICK OF THK PICTURES
A NEW ONE EVERT DAT
H. W. POOLE, Otmer ROGER D. TORREY, Musical Director
A play every married woman should see is
"SILK HUSBANDS AND CALICO WIVES" ;
House Peters is the star, and his support is excellent
, . , , ,,t. rr (
Madlaine Traverse in
m r NET SUNDAY t: ''$.
Zane Grey'. "RIDERS OF THfc DAWN " "