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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 26, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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Big Reduction Sale
My Entire Stock of Fall Hats to be Sold at 50 per cent
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Nothing reserved in
my immense stock. 7
Everything will be sold X
at a remarkable discount. J
This is your opportunity 5
to get the latest styles in
Fall Millinery at less V
than wholesale price.
Fine Egyptian Tur- X
bans, regular price $16: !
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Latest Picture Hats in
Duvetyn, regular price
$30; sale price $15.
A few Paris Models,
regular price $22; sale
100 Hats of Various
KODAK FINISHING AT Btlnson'a
l'hoto Studio, 1311 Main Bt. 10
FOR SALE Now Edison mnhoguny
cult I not nntl Victor ntlachmont, CO
rocords. Hood am now. 303 l'lno Ht.
Phono on. so-ao
FOR HAIJi A nlco homo of flvo
rooms nml bath, nun porch nml
sawlng.room. plastered, furnnro, on
corner lot, nico lawn, full bnaomonl,
stono foundation nml gnrago. 001
FOR BAJ.K 1(10 head ot stock cattlo
Including CO fat cow. Inqulrn at
Donk ranch 35 miles north ot Kla-
ninth Falls. 362
FOR SAUK One practically -How
1 14 h. p. Fnlrltnnkn Morso Rait
engine. Beo Uob Curtis, 133 N. !tth
A IUUH IIA1MIAIN
Wo ottor tor aulck sulo TS ft. on
south nlilo or Klnmnth Avo., 110 (I.
uvop along railroad spur, near Hoi
land house, at apodal prlco or $1300.
Only $400 cunh and Imlnnco In ono
year at 8. If you hao inlonoy to
Invent, you cannot afford to ovurlnok
thtx buy. Chltcoto & Smith. 033 Main
Styles, regular price $20 V
to $11; sale price $7.50. ?
Fifty Children's Hats, regular prices $8 to $6, sale, $3.50.
Hanging, Novelty and Work Baskets, regular prices $12 to $
0A . 0 AA . 0 V A.
?s sate price fo.uu to .w.
SALE STARTS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27, and continues
for One Week Only.
The Parisian Shop
609 Main Street
FOR SALE Dig level lots la MUU
Addltlon'aear new school, box fac
tories and mills, at prices of $150
and up., Only 125 to f 50 cash. Seme
day you may wast to build home.
Better buy the lot bow while prices
are low. CHlcoto ft Smith, 633
Main 8t. , 26-1
FOR'SALK-Ait, a bargain, threshing
outflt.-Case 60 h. p. steam engine.
28-S0 Ueel separator; 2-12 barrel
steel tanks, mad 4 wheel'tender, first
class condition. Prank C. High. Dor-
rls. Cal. . 2C-28
IP YOU WANT A-l CARPENTER
WORK DONE, call C37 J. Let me
estimate your building. Do It now.
FOR SALE 6 room house. Will
take used car, or racant lot and
some cash as first payment; good
terms on baalnce.
S2S00. Rest buy in town. ,.9 room
modern home. Pull basement, large
Hot, very close In, one half cash. See
this quick It you want a reil up to
CRATER LAKE SCENES for Christ
rrfas presents. Stlnson l'hoto Stu
FOR RENT Furnished-room. 1109
Pine street. 26-28
$1000 and $2250. Two good little
houses on Washington St., be
tween Cth and 7th on very easy
terms. A. A. Bellman c Co., 406
Main St. 26-28
CARPENTER WITH LOT In splen
did location, will sell and build
bouse to suit purchaser. Easy terms.
A. IL Herald office. 26-1
FOR BALE Very neat and modern
four room house three blocks from
Main aod Seventh Just high enough
on'the slope to command a good xlew
of the lako and valley, A protected
home that you are sure to like. Price
$2750. Some terms. Chllcote
Smith,, 633 Main St. 26-37
FURNISHED ROOM TO .RENT.
$3.50 per week. 59 Washington St.
Every sent was filled and the rear
ot tho hall at the Elks Temple was
well sprinkled with persons who ar
rlcd lata for tho Vvrlot concert Inst
night. Tho program was well select
ed. Mllo. Vurlot. Victor Young, pian
ist and Robert Volton, violinist, prov
ed accomplished artists and the tono
tests with tho Edison phonograph
were startling In tholr proof of tho
J Inventor's claims Mint tin has nt last
. mtulf a machine that recreates both
t vocal anil Instrumental tones cinct
JLi b' s they are sung or pluod In tho
If thoro was nny shmla of differ
ence In tha performance, the com
parison bctmrcen the pianist's own el
ocution and tho recreated perform
ance of tho phonograph showed to
best advantage tho wonderful exact
itude of' tho machine Hut t lie re was'
llttlo to chooso In north from tho!
Mile. Vcrlct won loudest applause '
In the lattor part ot her program In'
old bnllads "Coming thro" thel
Ryo" and other of tho hehrt-ntlrrlnt:
typo. So clamorous were the audi
ence for further entertainment that
she was forced to respond to soicral
At one point In the program the
lights were turned out .while singer
and phonograph were In the midst 6f
their performance.' The song 'tM'
tlnucd In tho darkness, but when' thft
lights were turned on It was found
thit tho singer had left tho stage
Rowing at tfie.
and Walter Hiers
"MRS. TEMPLE'S TELEGRAM"
Tho play thut has been fnmous for years ns ono
of tho funniest farces over staged.
llrynut Washburn makes It funnier still.
srertavsou nm alk.a.m;H i
ATHENS. Oct. 26. Tho throno of
Oroore. uyiilo vacant by tho death of j
King Alexander, win no oueren io
I'rlnce I'.iul, third son nt Conslnn
tine, tho deposed ruler, It wns of
ficially announced today
hi , .t
ict Ymir l.lvc .Mlnmi at
126 Conger Avenue
1311 Main St.
Good Portraits at
WANTED Middle aged woman
, "iMJwllh hou'w"k and carol nml tho machlno alono was responsl-
for Children. Phone 265. 26-1 Mo'fnr Ihn mr1n.lv. A renoral taurh
WANTED Household furniture. In
cluding stoves. Box F-9 Herald.
Roll call meeting postponed until
Nov. 4. All Elks expected to come.
O. W. HOUSTON, E. R.
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1. Slight cublaxattons at this point will $
cause so-called headaches, cyo diseases, deaf- JL
nesa, epilepsy, rertlgo, insomlna, wry neck, f
facial paralysis, locomotor ataxia, etc S
2. A alight subluxation ot a vertebra in JL
this part of tha spina Is tho cause of so-called Z
throat trouble, neuralgia, pain in the shoulders 2
and arms, goitre, nervous prostration, la JL
srippe, dizziness, bleeding from nose, disorder I
of gums, catarrh, etc i
S. Tha arrow bead marked No. 3 locates A
tho part of tha spino wherein subluxations will f
causa so-called bronchilis, felons, pain between V
the shoulder blades, rheumatism of tho anna f
and shoulders, bay ferer, writers' cramp, etc 1
4. A vertebral subluxation at this point V
causes so-called nervousneu, heart disease, A
asthma, pneumonia, tuberculosis, difficult Z
Drcauung, other lung troubles, etc. V
Rtomach and liver troubles, enlarre-
tnent of the spleen, pleurisy and a I
other troubles, so-called, are caused by sublux
ations in uus part oz tne spine, sometimes so
light as to remain unnoticed by others except
the trained Chiropractor.
6. itera we find the cause of so-called gall t
stones, dyspepsia of upper boweU, fevers, shin- . .
gles, hiccough, worms, etc 4 '
I. sisngnvs disease, diabetes, floating kid
ney, akin disease, boils, eruptions and other
diseases, goalled, are caused by nerves being
pinched In the spinal openings at this point.
8. Regulations of such troubles as so
called appendicitis, peritonitis, lumbsgo, etc.,
follow Chiropractic adjustments at this point
8. Why have so-called constipation, rectal
troubles, sciatica, etc, when Chiropractic ad
justments at this part of the spine will removo
the cause T
10. A slight slippage of one or both In
nominate bones will likewise produce so-called
sciatica, together with many "diseases" of
pelvis and lower extremities.
If you are .ailing, choose the right road to health by having
your spine analyzed today.
Dr. Lois C. Bridges
Over First State and Savings Bank
Entrance 111 Fifth Street
bio for the melody. A gcnersl laugh
proved the genuineness of the de
ception. Mr. Rcorgo A. Wlrts was showered
with congartulatlons by the depart
Ijr audience and grateful apprecia
tion ot the entertainment he had
The machine usod for the tono
tests was the property of the Elks,
purchased several months ago, show
ing that rumors that tho nrtlsts tiso
a special make of machine for tho
tosts Is not true.
G. E. WASHBURN
ConMructlon Work ot any kind,
No Job too large or toi small.
Estimates 'furnished frvo of
L- PHONE 3M-U
the support of Kla-
math county voters
at the coming elec
j tion. .
TWO IHVORCE HUITS (
FILED l. UKWL C'OL'HT
Two divorce cases wuro filed In tho I
office of the clerk of tha circuit court I
this morning. Ono Is Minnie Hough, I
plaintiff vs Hugh Hough. They wore,
married, the complaint states, at Ihoj
Fort Klamath agency February 22,
1909, and hue lived In Oregon and
California slnco that time. Tho plain-'
tiff alleges cruelty as ground for
Tho other case Is that of William
11. Lashua against Mnrlo l.ashua, i
married slnco July 1912, Plaintiff
alleged desertion as causo for divorce.'
Sho says dofendnnt left her In Oc-'
toiler, 1912, three months after mar
OREGON Tonight, fair; Wed
nesday, fulr, oxcept ruin In northwest.
I Suite No. 106
. BOB CURTIS
123 North Eighth St.
Have oponed a Job Printing
Shop at Fourth and Pine streets,
opposite Hunt Hospital, and( am
prepared to do all kinds of com
mercial printing business' station
ery a specialty. New material
Call and get my prices on any
printing you desire.
GKO. L. DMnOIOTfD,
23-St Pboae IBI-J.
Our stock of windshield glass is complete.
We put them in while you wait.
For quick service in glass work, call us up.
Window glass in all sizes constantly on
Lakeside Lumber Co.
H. W. POOLK, Owaer ROGER D. TORRKY, Maslcal Dtreetar
"Always ths BmI for the Liberty Guwt'
A peppy, zippy, breezy comedy drama of
the West is
" SLAM BANG JIM "
with William Russell in the leading role.
WEDNESDAY , ,
v , $ " THE HELLION "
A sensational drama of Hypnotism and
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