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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 29, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGOfl
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A Record Talk
Victor and Columbia Records arc Superior for
their Musical reproduction and long wearing
Qualities. . b
: : Should you have purchased the newer makes of
; : records watch their wearinir nunlitieH carefully, thmr
I : surface is not so free from the scratch and hissing Z
!! vinnri. .
Victor and Columbia have first choice of the
World's Greatest Musicians, they have secret and
patented processes in record making and a careful
study will cause you to almost exclusively purchase
these two makes of records.
I We recommend Victor and Columbia Records. .
Victor Record 75 cent to $3.50
Columbia Record $1.00 to $3.50
We carry by far the largest assortment of Disc
Earl Shepherd Co. j
Klamath' Only Exclusive Music House
507 Main St Phone 282-J.
Wiiyno Kccho, prlnclpnl of thj
Knlrvlnw school, whoHO pupil arc
now attending school In tho court
houso building on Main street, ro-
porlN thnt 72 worn in attendance jV
today nml Unit by noxt wcok, after ft
tli (i firm grado Is nddntl to tho ones
ulroaily In tlm building, thero will be
ni'iirly a hundred pupils.
MIkn .Marjorln llnlzcll, Ma ml Mlllor
nnd Mr. Kwso nru tho tr-ncbum In
cbarK" of tlm grade from tho iM'Cond
to sixth thnt nro now nt work In tho
now building. Tlm chlldrcm
morn tbnn pleased with tho
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THIS IS TO REMIND YOU
of the ' '
TONIGHT" (WEDNESDAY) SEPT. 29TH
X You Are Invited Strictly. Informal
The Herald will soon have
an opening for some wide
awake boys real boys. Ap
plications will be received
for the next few days and
'the boy accepted will be
employed a vacancies occur
in the order in which the ap
plications are on file.
j I Are You Hungry?
All you can eat for 65 cents at New Home Restaurant,
formerly the Acme Lunch. Meal served family style.
Gjve us a trial. Home Cooking.
MRS. L. NORSWORTHY, Prop.
323 MAIN STREET
Don't fail to read the Herald Classified Ads,
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II. II. Van Valkenbcrg ) boro from
Lou Angeles, where he has boon ro-
lilfnjc ulnco disposing of hli homoi
huro taut summer, to look after prop
erty Interests, He wilt bo hero for
two or three ,wcoka.
II. N. Moe accompanied by Carlyle
Xaden left early thla morning; for
tho Upper lako region In queat of
ducks. They went by ear and expect
to upend a couple of daya hunting,
W. I). Campbell, a farmer from
Langoll valleyt apent yesterday In
It. O. Lytle drove In from Donania
yeaterday and did bualneaa with varl'
oua Klamath Falli mcrcbanta.
A. Kallna waa county aeat visitor
from hla home at Malln yeaterday.
A marriage llcenaa waa liaued this
morning to Arthur M. Lore of Ash-
laml and Orpha Edna Irvln ofj
Carl Schubert. 8r., haa returned
from Oakland where he baa been In
bualneaa for tho pait few yean, and
la thinking of returning to Klamath
Falla to make hla homo. '
Dan and Dave Llskey are Klamath
Falla visitors hero today. t
Mr. Hooka, who haa been living at
Odcaia for iom time, moved to
Klamath Falla thla week. '
Mlaa Christine Murdock left on tho
train thla morning for Palo Alto,
where aho la atcndlng the University!
of Leland Stanford, Jr. ' T
I. E. Keaterson arrived lait night
from Ivan to attend to bualneaa here.
He la atopplng at tho White Pollcaa'.
W. L. Evana la In the city from
Sacramento and is a guest at the
White Pelican hotel.
Mr. and Mra. James Pelton are In
Klamath Fall today from their
ranch In tho Fort Klamath district.
E. It. Love arrived on tho train
last night from Ban Francisco and la
spending a few daya at the White
James A. Harrison la a county aeat
vlaltor from Chlloquln today.
Ilert Wlthrow returned last night
from Moon Prairie, where he spent a
couplo ofda ys after deer. He re
ported that ho saw soveral but was
unable to get ono of them
It. Egollnu left thla morning for
California whoro ho has accepted a
position for tho winter. Mrs. Egellno
did not accompany him.
Mrs. T. K. Sklllliigton waa a pas
senger on tho morning train bound
tor Weed whoro Hho will spend tho
day, roturning tonight.
J. II. Denton, Jr., of Itray Is In tho
city toay to attend to matters of business.
Mrs. M. C. Fox nnd two children
nr spending n row daya hero from
their homo In I.nkovlew, Orogon.
W. S, Hnrt arrived laBt night from
Sacramento unit will bo horo looking
aflor his business Interests for sev
Mm. Ida Gibson, who has been
spomllng tho summer with her
daughter, Mrs. L, J. Delhn, left this
morning for Sncramonto whore aha
will spond tho u inter with another
The Woman's Sowing club of tho
Sacred Heart church will moot Thurs
day aftornoon, at tho homo of Mrs.
Donodlc,t, on Johnson avenue,
Henry Whltllno was In town this
morning from his ranch on tho Keno
road after supplies. '
L. W. Wilson who has been living
at 1116 Pine street is moving to Mills
nddltlon today, j ,
Thomas Urackcn and E. a. Roark,
who have been spondlng u few days
vacation In Klamath Falls, left this
morning for Crescent where they are
in the mercantile business.
Wallace McClellan left this morn
ing for Palo Alto where he will enter
on hla Junior year at the university,
Everett Hnrdenbrook and Phillip
Motschenhacher who have been hunt'
Ing since Monday aro expected home
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Be Sure to Look tor the Gold Seal
The Gold Seal appearing on every
Congoleum Affc-Rug and on every
two yards of Congoleum in roll form
is an unfailing guide to complete
Congoleum is made in designs that
are in good taste for any room in the
house. M' . -
The patterns and colors are pret
tier than those of most other floor
coverings of this type. They are even
more attractive than those of many
expensive woven rugs. '
As to wear there is 'no printed
floor-covering that can outwear Con
goleum. The wear, of course, -is a
Eart of the "satisfaction guinurteed
y the Gold Seal.
MUCH FOR LITTLE MONEY
Not a day goes by but the house
keeper with Congoleum Art-Rugs on
her floors realizes hoi? serviceable
and practical they are. -
Waterproof, sanitary, lie flat with
out fastening. And theyre so easy
to clean a dampmop is all you need.
You'd never expect so much in any
floor-covering for so little money un
til you see and use Congoleum Gold
We have a'large stock of Rugs a'nd two patterns of the Floor-Covering, (one
in two different colors) for you io select from, and it is our suggestion -that
you see them as soon as possible to assure getting just what you want
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U7E are first, as always, in giving re
" ductions in the prices of standard
merchandise. This time it is on Gen
uine Yarn-Dyed Jap Crepe. We have
received just 12 pieces, each of a differ
ent color, and while it lasts we will sell
it for 43c a yard. Think what this price
means! Only a few days, agb the
wholesale price was more than we are
selling it for today ! Come in and see it
See our window. Remember, each
piece is of a different coldr (one is
white) and that it is the VERYTbEST
QUALITY, at 48c a yard! '
Congoleum Gold Seal Art Rugs, 6x9 feet ..$10.90
Congoleum Gold Seal Art Rugs, 7x9 feet $12.90
Congoleum Gold Seal Art Rugs, 9x10V. feet ...... $17.90
Congoleum Gold Seal Art Rugs, 9x12 feet .$19.90
Floor-Coverincr. in both 6 and 9 foot widths, per square yard !..$1.00
We also have a splendid grade of "Battleship Linoleum," which! is being
sold in the stores of San Francisco and Portland at trie present time tor $2.35
and $2.50 per square yard. It comes in a rich brown, is exceptionally heavy,
and we are selling it for ' ' . t.
$1.50 PER SQUARE YARD!!! . v
DO NOT FORGET THAT TOMORROW IS THE LAST DAY OF OUR
END-OF-THE-MONTH THREE DAY SALE!!!
SEE OUR WINDOWS FOR BARGAINS!
SHASTA VIKW NOTES
The rains we have had for the past
few'days has retarded the haymak
ers, and harvesters to a great extent,
but tho weather, is looking more fa
vorable at present,
Mr, Byrum of Minnesota is spond
lng some time visiting h.ts sister.
Mrs, Q, W. Myers, and family.
Mrs. ATthur Shrlnor of Midland,
Mrs. A. Turner, Mr and Mrs. M.
Chrlstenson of Klamath Fails, B. O.
Wilson of The Dalles, and Roy Wil
son, of Seattle were. recent. visitors at
H, B, Wilson's place.
This' community wsb well repre
sented, (4jie county fair, and report
the 'ertlbltsv'Vary good, lots of fun,
anda good kne msnlte tho cold and
rain. We trust thlsrea good begin
nlng'of raanyjWre as good and bet
ter '4(De county advances, as 1
J. 'L'-McCullich of Portland, who.
recently, purcbayed the John Rale!
ranch, came hen last week to look
over-bls proper t viand spent Saturday
night' with 0. tttrUint, and Sunday
and Sunday nlgli ai J. I'. Bailey's
home. Mr. BalleVttook him to Mer
rill Morigy morntw.
O. W, Myers antf. wife, of Callfon
nia, Uylted a largMumber of nelgb,
bors and friends to a watermelon
feast Saturday night, and between
fifty and sixty responded, no one be
fog aoeom wno couu possioiy attend,
ipr au Know wnai nese leasts are at
Mr, Myers home. It thoso present
were not'.satlsfled I
Was only for the
want oWpacltjrf b'iw we all hope the
California cliniU vlll be favorable
fori watecmeloMnMct yeah
f The ladles ofv tie' Helping Hand
mit With) Mrs. Mfty Bailey Wednas
'day wltbfourien mambera and six
Men i visitors aitl'.chlldrMpDrMant.
,hey r4lfcteAS, itra. Baitsy praal- '
dent, and Mrs. WJIpn Vice president,
na miuim natea'M secreury-iraai-rer.
Thai Bt Ualtlajt wilt U with
Mra. BMurtltor tir 1,