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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD.
KLAMATH FALLl OREGON
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II. ir. Calp, assistant superintend
at tor Ibe Southern Pacific railroad
eempany, left thlt morning after a
krlof business visit here.
A. T. Millar has purchased 133
feet at 72 Main street upon which
he plans on building; a two story
apartment houso In the spring.
A musical quartte has been form
ed by four ladle of this city who
are Interested In better music. They
am Mrs. Melby first soprano, Miss
J, Hontl, second soprano, Miss Clara
Caluklns first alto and Mrs. Lin
Testy second alto. Mrs. Frod Cofor
wilt act as accompanist and Miss
Evelyn Applegate will .direct the
Tho St. Paul's Episcopal Oulld will
meet this week, on Thursday after
noon, with Mrs. Mrs. K. W. Gowcn,
at hor. homo on Pine street.
Mrs. J. H. Wise Is a visitor hen
fmm hl- hnmn Prt U'lamnlh
Mrs. R. C. Dalton, Ilermon and
Klmcr Knttcnhorn, Otto Kattcnhorn
and Mrs. Hunter, children of Mrs.
Anna F. Kattenhorn, who died at
Merrill, October 3, left wlththo body
this morning 'for Oakland. California,
where burial wilt take place.
W. C. Dalton Is a city business vis
itor hefe today from his ranch home
James Blair, of tho Klamath Gun
store, has Bono to the Klamath marsh
tor a three days' trip. -
Oladya Klmsey, accompanied by
. her grandmother, Mrs. .Francis Ed
wards, left this morning for a vaca
tlon trip of several month to Port;
land, Seattle and Uolllniham.
Frank Ward left this morning tor
Portland, whore he will spend sav-
Mrs. L. Walters and her daughter,
Miss Julia Waters, who havro been
vlsitlnr hero with Mrs. K. 0. Cum
mlnga and family for tho past throe
months, returned to their homo In
Vandalla, Missouri, this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. It. D. Mortenson left
this morning for a week's v visit In
Judgo D. V. Kuykendalt left for
Portland this morning, wbcro ho was
called by tho serious Illness, of his
mother, .who Is in n hospital there.
Mas Wless wns a passenger on tho
morning train for San Francisco,
whero ho will attend to business af
fairs. W. L. Edwards and wife nro in the
city from ,San Ftranclsco 'and are
guests at tho Whjto Polican hotel.
Krnoit I.. R, Wlloy Is a Klamath
Odd Fellows' Bldg., S. W. Cor. 5th Main
Falls visitor from tho - Klamath
agency this week. -"
Dan Driscoll Is In town today from
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II. ,11. Kyde of San Francisco ar
rived last night and Is registered at
tho Whtto PallcaU hotel, i -
W. A. Demon came down from
Chlloquln yesterday, afternoon. and Is
looking after business here tosy.
The Sewing club of Sacre .Heart
church, will be entertained Thursday
afternoon by Mrs. Emit Dreher, at
the homo of Mrs. John Dreher, 1134
SQUARE DEAL -DRUG
FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY
silk tricolette overblouses
IN PLAIN, "DROP-STITCH" AND BASKET WEAVES
THE BEST YET AT THE PRICE
Mere words will not do them justice. They're absolutely out of the 'ordinary.
We only wish we could impress you with the importance of this event and how
wonderful the blouses are.
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have alvayaibeesr konesUy'prieelJ
m r r
mhtxswick pHOirasmAPisB '
kv always glvr ktiM vala.
ioHar for dollar. '
have never been nndaly over
priced) but price have always
been governed by the cost of production.
cannot come down la price until
the cost of labor and material are
substantially; reduced. A read
justment to 'accomplish this must
necessarily consume time.
$c r - T
will remain the skate, 'as they are
now until January ist, 1I1.
are STANDARD PRICED, the
same price In alt part .of the
Model 107 . $125
Model 110 .. ..U60
Model 112 ,. f J00.
Model 117 3S0
Model ISO 1215
Model 122 , $310
Da Luxe and Period models -up to
We sell all model on easy
They come in all the latest shades jade, coral, orange, fu chow, flesh
navy, black and white
Building, S. W.
Corner 5th and
I AT THE THEATERS
A new comedy picture starring
Robert Warwick. "Jack Straw," will
be the attraction at the Btsr.thcaUv
tonight. Jt was adapted from W.
Somerset Maugham's, well-known
stage play of the same name.
Rexall Straw Ballot
The central figure Is Jack Straw,! popular vote
Note. The figures below will bo
changed from day to day or as often
as thb new returns are received, un
til election day.
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National Ballot Harding
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THE REX CAFE
IS NOW READY TO -RETAIL
.BREAD, PIES, FRENCH PASTRY
AND ALL OTHER HIGH CLASS
PASTRIES TO THE PUBLIC.. ON
SALE AT THE MAZE CONPECTION-
, ERY STORE, THE REX CAFE. .
THE REX CAFE
an iceman, In love wun btnei Jen
nings, daughter of a hard-working
clerk. The Jennings suddenly be
come rich and move to California.
Jack Straw follows and shows tip
there as a waiter. Mrs. Jennings, the
mother, has a weakened royalty. To
revenge an alleged slight, an ac
quaintance of her palms off Jack
Straw ton her at a big reception , as
tho Archduke of Pomeranla. Later.
JackStraw turns the tables by prov
ing to be the real duke.
The leading feminine role I play
ed by the former musical comedy
favorite and late entertainer of the
A. E. F., Carroll McComas. It la her
Dumont are also In the cast. William
De MUe directed the picture. It Is a
Electoral vote ....
Popular vote ..
Electoral vote ....
Visit the lloosler demonstration
at Johnstone Furniture Store. 12
.first motion, picture venture. Sj
fAshton.i Charles Ogle, .and J.
- duid sacs oi uraier imne nour wun
each lloosler sold during demonstra
atlon. Johnsotne Furniture Co. 12
Get yeur n.w fall hat at K. K.
K. store' Harvest sales. 15 less
than regular prices. 11-16
AT MOOSE HALL
New Music By
The Jazz Artists Supreme"
X Straight AdanlMMHi Everyone Welcomo Z
60 Cents per Meal
301 High' St Phone 455
For Paper Hanging and
c Telephone 473-W
204 South Riverside
Gc't th&'thriji of yoqr life In the
big fights fin .whfch'willlsm Russell,
briwny' Amit)qin, rencues- a kid
napped girl from city gangsters In
"Eastward Ho!" a gripping photo
play of red-blooded American man- I
hood battling for right and love. At
the Liberty tonight.
lilHCOVKRKIfH HOLIDAY 1H
DIKCOVKRY TO MANY OF VH ',
Closed banks and public buildings
today led to the dlscvoery of the fact'! ',
that it is Discovery day, an unwel
come discovery to many people who
had forgotten that this was the an
niversary of Columbus' achievement
when they ran up against barred
bank entrances. Stores and shops
transacted business as usual.
(let a good bath at the Colonial
Rooms, lltb and Main streets. 82
gals, of hot water constantly wait
ing. 35 cents. Free to roomers.
Oet a good batb at the Colonial
Rooms, lltb and Main street. 82
gals, of hot water constantly wait
Ing.' 35 cents. Free to roomer.
A good bed and a rood bath, at
the Colonial Room, lltb and Main I'
' A good bed and a good, bath, at
the Colonial Rooms, 11th add Main
15 off on all men's suits and
coat, K, KK. store's Harvest sales.
We ha ve all-leather
Dress Shoes from
$7.00 to $15.00. Not only are the $15.00 Shoes (, . .
leather but also the $7.00 ones. The man that needs ' , A '
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a pair ui ouuea caiuiuv tuiuru Mi.ovenuuK uie values -
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