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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS OREGON
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DOING IT YOURSELF
Playing the GulbrariBen Player is like driving a
poppy, Hpeedy car.
The GulbranHen Player answers to every mu
sical whim and on account of its easy pedal touch
places the performer where he really can interpret
Remember, playing a Playerpiano, like driving
an automobile, requires practice, but once you have
one in your home and have mastered it you will never
do without it
Surburban Model $595
Country Seat Model $660
White House Model $750,
One Price Everywhere.
Why not exchange your silent piano ?
Earl Shepherd Co. j
"TtinfjFells the Truth"
.1 507 Main St. , ' ' Phone 282-J :
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i PERSONAL MENTION
Mr. and Mrs. F.E. Wrlgbt left 'for
their home In Portland this mornlnic
after an extended visit' with Mr. and
Mrs.' IS. W. L. Palmer of Pelican
A. C. IlunnNI li a county seat via
Itor today from bla valley ranch.
T. O. Hague, who haa been on the
alck Hit (or aeveral days, la at bla
offlco again today.
II Im Betty Oaddea apent the week
end at Port Klamath.
P. O. Crawford, genoral manager
of tbatfallfornla-Oregon Power com
pany, la hero from San Franclaco on
Fred Chapman la again out after
having been confined to ala rota
with sickness for aeveral daya.
An Informal dance will be glttra
by the Indict of 8t. Paul's Episcopal
Uulld. at the While Pelican hotel,
Friday night. Invltatlona are being
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR SALE Furniture consisting of
dining room, bedroom and living
room furniture, 1 rnngo, 1 heater,
etc.. G. L. Kelley. 1801 Esplanade
or phone 441. 12-14
WANTED Man as salesman who
will appreciate an opportunity for
advancement and who wants work.
A splendid chance for the right per
son. 719 Main street. 11-16
AITAK HOOIKTV MKHTING
A mrctlng of tho Sewing Boclety
of Bacred Heart church will be hold
at the homo of Mrs. John Drebor
Thursday afternoon. A full attend
ance Is roquested. 11-13
I Shoes Have Dropped
We wish to annouace that, beginning today, we
i have reducedthe price of Crossett Shoesf ronr$l;00
to $2.50 per paYr. ' "'
" Others are asking $3.00 to $5.00 more for shoes
' equal to Crossed.
Ours is the first store in Klamath Falls to an
; nounce a reduction in the price of shoes; Our low
I rent and no cleric hire nrfll tav you many dollars in
your shoe bills.
Every day is a Saje Day with us.
BRADLEY-EVANS SHOE CO.
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Name of owner Inside. Finder tel
ephone 240-M. 12-14
WANTED Seconct handed heating
stoves.' Colonial Hooins. 11th nnd
Main fits. 12
727 Mam St -.j
Illds will be reeclvud until Satur
day, October K. 1920. for supplying
&o cords oi tour-root body wood, to
be delivered and corded at tho new
fbulldlng for Sacred Heart Academy,
cornor oi tsignt and Jefferson streets.
Further particulars may be had from
rtev. Father Marshall, Eight and
JOHN DREHER, Chairman.
FOR SALE 2 ft ton Indlanna1 truck,
good condition. A rnal hurra In
Might consider terms. See C. H.
Underwood, at Underwood's Drug
FOR SALE Chevrolet Dug. 1918
nuotlel, four brand new tires, new
body fine mechanical condition
52S. One Chevrolet light truck 1919
model good tires, A-l condition $575.
Call 425 Michigan Avenuo. 12-13-14
TO RENT Front, bedroom tor
gentleman only, 1109 Pine St..
MUST SHMAT ONCE. Leaving
town. Baby buggy, "nursery chair,
and high chair, 12 gauge shotgun;
1917 .model Ford auto. Cheap and
terms. Inquire 730 Ninth street.
STORAQB ROOM TO RENT. Geo. L.
Bowman, 15 Broad St. 12-18
UNFURNISHED ROOM FOR RRftT.
403 Walnut Ave., cor 4th f,'
WANTED To rent piano for winter.
Phone 366. 12-15
Episcopalians, who are strangers
la the city may get la teiok wlUC
their- chi'rrb'a aotlvltln by calling
Krg, 0, S, MUttir RMMeii or Mrt.
Frankfort, secretary of the St. Paul'a
EyUcopal QUIld. - "IMS
FOR SALE 7-room house well lo
cated, level lot, bath, toilet, sink,
and lights. This house Is not mod
ern but In fair condition. Price
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FOR SALE New 4-room cottage In
Mills Addition near 6th. .street.
50x120 ft. lot, double floors, walls
with building paper between. Sink.
ndllghts At a Well prirA n(
1.250. Only tSOO cash and 230
J. T. WARD t CO
Phono 375 - 834 Main 8t.
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V4000 This Is a snap. Good modern
6-room house. Oarage, basement,
fine location and view, large lot. $600
cash and S0 per month. ,
24800 Very pretty homo'dose In, 5
tr" room modern. Oarage, fine lot.
84500 A good home or Investment
paying over 21. 9-rooms com-.
plotely furnished, close In, on pave-'
mont. Rented at $80 per month. Can
you oeat it. iisop. Let me snow you
this, Two big lots, .and good 3-room
bouse. 8400 cash and 840 per month;
A. A, BELLMAN & CO.
408 MAIN 8T.
501b sack of Crater Lake flour
with each Hoosler sold during dem
onstration. Johnstone Furniture Co.
Now la the time to outfit and save
some dollars, at K. K. K. store's
Harvest sales. 11-16
I CHALLENGE COMPARISON
of my every-day prices to so-called SALE PRICES
Regulation Army O. D. Army. Shirt $ Tfi
Others have them on sale for $7.50 v
-Heavy-Army-Qr-P. Breeches CQ-RA-
Their sale price is $10.00 "wv
, Just purchasedsince the drop in prices.
FineWorsUdSmUSgO TO $48.50
These are Retail Prices, bear in mind, not Wholesale
All I ask is a comparison to so-called sale prices. '
you Will SaWMoney! -,
N. B. DREW
CORNER SIXTH AND MAIN STREETS
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