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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 29, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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Tell it with a Victrok
Ear Shepherd Co.
l. Vhamt MM,
roitND A coov of chickens .near
WJblU Pelican Hotel. Call a( HUB-
at grocery. j
FOR HAMCPueblo saddle, large
I site, rrailar model. JOS ina Hi.
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Tbo Jackson County Creamery,
Medford, Oregon, la making fresh
drape Older dally. I-1
POH KENT Two sleeping room.
3SG Ho. alb BL 29-J0
IlROTKHIl AMD. SIBTHR desire fur
Churl. Cnmptmll, millwright for
(hn Will to Plnn f.iioil.... ...............
will Idiivii Monday momlng with til
family for California wlmrn thoy
will (ip.iiHl tli (i wlntnr.
C. T. IMrluy, county rnglnoor, loft
mm morning ror Huiom In bohalf of
tht Iwtngcll valley Irrigation district.
He will hco about getting bonds for
thn work certified and will return
I Mr. H, C. Uunm, who ban been
(hero visiting her aon, W. H. Umtn
land daUKhlar. Mian K.lllh lj,mm
Modoc Point, loft this morning for
Howard Van Valknngburg an old
tltiio noilirint of Klamath county,
loft thin morning for IO Angeles
whern ho ha madn his home slnco
soiling his Interests In thin county,
W, K. Drown I In town today on
business from Kort Klamath.
It. W. McCord and wife of Reed
ley, California are Klamath Kails
vlRltnra who aro guesta at the White
Irving Kesterson, of the Kesterson
Lumbar company la In town today
from Ivan attending to business mat-
Bdwln Btreetot Monteca. Califor
nia, Ir registered at the White 1'ell
can hotel, having arrived lut night
R. K. Paddock la a Klamath Falli
business vlaltor from Portland tbla
Cbarlea Mack wia a city visitor
yesterday from' bis ranch In the val
ley. He reports that be finished
threshing- early In the week and baa
been hauling grain for (ha past two
days. Mr. Mack eipressed himself
aa being highly pleased with bla crop
yield this year.
- John Boyla. of the California-Oregon
Power company, returned last
nlgbt from a business trip to San
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Chalmers are
the parents of a baby, girl bora yes
C. C. Chltwood has sold bis home
In Mills addition to O. W. Tanksley
and Is moving with hU family to
Merrill, where Mr. Chltwood will
take charge of the drug store.
LADY nARUBTl (WOP
at Chlloquln, Oregon.
The Jackson County Creamery,
Medford, Oregon, is making fresh
Grape Cider dally. 39-1
IIAIU1AINH IN HOUHIW
Of course you believe In the future
nlsbed rooms la private family fori0' Klamath Kalla, and tho Klamatb.1
light housekeeping, Phone i&i. Mr. "" " " '" uu uuv ""L",."
I'attersoa. I9-1 borne, yon will want one soon. Why
noi oay u nowi we snau oe giau
I Ait PI
RKPARKD to do roar sawing.
irOIl HA1.K S, nigs, bjad aaattrvea, tear satisfaction la say highest Brand asnr there room plastered
A. andspfiag, Ubb aid ehslmJalm. 1404 Coraer Wordea and Kul- bungalow aar Fasrvlow school at
,401 Walnut. I9-S0 torn Hi. ' Il-B 'special priee of 91900.' Only 3300
to show Iba follewing:
Bedding! Bedding! Bedding!
Now is the time to buy what Bed Vng you will require during the
winter months. We have a splendid stock, Blankets, Comforts,
Pillows, Sheets, Pillow Slips and Bedspreads, and it is all priced
as it should be. You are given FULL VALUE for every dollar
spent, and your satisfaction is absolutely guaranteed,
Big, heavy, all-wool Blanket., Wc ,have, ju,t, r!SSrd jS
and the finest of soft cottone. J?6", f . fjjfc
a. well, wffl be foundherejn fte, SSSlS Z?iZ
greatesfof proruiionT 1" nf. JT
low-price policy. See them if
Our Cotton Blankets are of long you are going to need warn bed
fibre cotton, closely woven into ding at an unusually Ww price.
a finely finished Blanket tht ia Thv wfll he sold t fran 4.35
t) a i 4 r aF " a
nara to equal. Very moderately
priced from $3.98 to'8.85
Our Wool Blanketo will stand a
comparison-"with any you' can
.purchase anywhere. They stand
on their merits. In 'various
weights, prices from $15.00 to
- - " - -T JT T ..
. j MHilMMmV ! Mlt
Army Goods Store
1136 Main Street
HERE ARE SOME ITEMS THAT MIGHT INTEREST YOU J
U. S. Army O. D. Blankets
O. D. BREECHES
Leather Jerkins, specially made
for U. S. Government
U. S. Army hob-nailed Trench
O. D. Shirts, Sizes 13, 13J, 14,,
14i, while they last
Brand new British Army Hip
Heavy Gray Blankets
New Army Raincoats
O. D. Macanaws
Army Dress and Field. Shoes
Larger size Shirts
We have ejrery reason vt be
proud of our stock. of. pillows.
They are real-feather fDksd, and
are the kind every woasap really
wishes to have in her heme. Our.
lowest priced pillows, as well as
the' higher priced ones, are full
value 'for every cent paidy and
vinll onvAl arvttiiaA ahiMi4iAn
Comet Spreads, 66x80 ea. $2.98 $1.60 to $7.50. '
Triumph Spreads, 72x84 ..$3.69 SHEETS AND SHEETING.
Schiller Spread, 72x84 ....$4.35 WearwelISheeUr80x91....$2.35 -
Riverside Spreads, 88x98..$7.85 Wearwell Pillow Slips, 45x36,
Bridesmaid Spreads, 88x98, ;y:i5Si. IT IZl
each S9.98 ""T" r"'uw " '"o-
eacn ..i wc
PUlow Slips, second cralky..43c
Warwl QO-inrk BlaWa-SMad
It is only necessary to give the .-. Sheetiamg, yard ..... . i. .$1.00
prices on (wo of .our standard 'Wearwe :814nch Bliasfcsd
f lyjfX of . 5.m&: yowbuying Wearwell - 72wch " Bleached' -
HERE and NOW: - , Sheeiing, yard tUli&B
Hope Muslin, 36-inch, 29c yard Wearwell 63-inch Bliachsd
Daisy Muslin, 36-inch, 25c yard - Sheeting, yard ZZlZMc
JAP CREPE LUNCH AND BREAKFAST CLOTHS
In our windows you will see samples of our new assortment of
Lunch and Breakfast Cloths. They are well worth m second
glance, and their prices make them almost a gift!
One lot is in twoolor effects, either a solid color or white for
the center, and a hemstitched border of contrasting-oelor. They
are -priced, for a complet set of cover and 6 napkins, at $5.00 set.
The others are of white, with a blue printed Sap design, and
are in two sizes; 60x60 are $2.85 for cover, 72x72 are $3.65; The
napkins in these designs come separate, and are $1.49 for I dozen.
. BOYS, ATTENTION!
Saturday afternoon, between 2 and 4 o'clock, we are going
to giveaway ''
100 JUNIOR SCOUT MONOPLANES
They are dandy fliers, and you surely want one! They will
not last long, so, first come first served! Be here at 2 o'clock.
i Other Articles at Reasonable :
cash. It's good right now and gottlng
bettor nil tho Unto.
.Wat nml modern four room bunga
low on ItooBuvolt St. with bath.
nliuniliiiiro of cabinet work, lawn,
trcen, gnriigp nnd big lot. Price
$1000. Only ?650 cash.
Modern four room bungalow, ful
ly furnished, nicely located, big level
lot, Uurgaln prlco of 92400. Some
Dnti.lv fnnr rnnm mnitatn hlininl-
ln nnrih ii f Main nnd nanr Snvnnlh.
Just blgh enough on the hill to com
mand rino view or laao ana vauoy.
Prlco Ih only $2750. Somo tortus.
Now jinu modern seven room house
In Hot Springs Addn. at bargain
prlco of ,4500. only 91200 cash.
Drand new and strictly modern
hrlck home on Crescent Ave. It has
five big rooms on ground floor and
several good rooms can be finished
on second floor.. It's a fine big lot
aad an excellent location at a special
price of 97800. Some terms.
638 Mate M.
MIW. 1UNKKURHT IN J.Mh
LONDON. Oct. 29. Sylvia Pank-
hurst was sentenced to six months
imDHsonment on a chnreo of pub
lishing an alleged seditious Issuo of
the newspaper, The Dreadnaught, In
Four race horses lost at cards a duel in
which one antagonist fires before the signal, '
and a wild race in which thousands rush for
homesteads. These are some of the thrills in
Starring that regular man, FRANK MAYO
Popular BERT LYTELL in "The Speader"
SUNDAY'S BIG PICTURE IS
"THE DEEP PURPLE" ' '