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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 18, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
TIIUIIHDAV, NOViainutl IB, 1020.
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If you nrn Kiijnylnic rvorr tivrnlnu wnt nt home tlmmi rnlny tilrlitn
It In priibnlily Imrnuao you hRtfo r Vlctrol with i Reed aolectlon of Into
records, or u l'layirtlnno.
An almniUnco of good music sura change lha ttnioipbcro of your
Torn run from Klvn (o Twcnly-I-'lvo dollar a month, with crop pay
ment for farinnm.
Iluy now nt our tucluslvn music store, ns One lluslnrs mean tho
tint slundurd innkr to eboosu from and lliu hot lorrlcn.
EARL SHEPHERD CO.
Pianos -Records Victrolas
O crushed rock, tho jcround li now no
PERSONAL MENTION I IhorouKhlr soakod that nothlnc can
O b'w donn until tho weatter clear ubA
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w. u. van i-.mon irii mi morn-i ii. r-. nraaonry in town loaay
let: for Tortland, where he liaa twrn from hi ranch In tho valley on
railed tn attend to business affair matter of bualnea connected with
Ho eipect to return Hunday nl;ht the dam hearing before tliu Chain-
3. 1. Heard, assistant caahler of ber of Commcrcn.
tb Klamath fltato bank, left lhl Heynold llrothnr of Odeaaa, con
tnornlnc for Corvallla, Albany anil trator for tho Klamath I'lno Manu
Balem, whero be wll visit, frlemla facturlnx company, are bualnea vie
am relatives. Mr. Heard will spend Hr hero today
lAveral day with hi brother, Carvl Oeroitn Trnmell, n Klamath coun
tain Harry Heard of the AxrlruN r rancher, wa a city visitor yes
tural Colled, nnd he will attend the terdny, purchnalnic lupplle.
football kbiii between O A. (.' and John C Iloylo ha returned from
O. of O. Ran Krunelsto, whvrn ho went for n
J. H. Lome, who made Klamath two week' bualnci visit. In order
Fall a brief business visit this to.bo hero at Ihe dam hearing. Mr,
wrok, left thl mornln. for hi Hoyle and tho children did not ro
homo In Ja Angeles turn, liowi-viir, and ho vxooct to
W. K. Lamm of tho Ijimm ..urn-' loin them Intor.
ber company la a county aent buil' I- A Chrlatenacn I ft city vlaltor
nes visitor from Modoc Point, from rortland thl week, and I n
J, 11. Ilecklof arrived Inst nlnflt ' Jtuest at tho White 1'ellcan hotel
from Portland, and la rrcWturvd nt J- A. Hay nnd family nro'rnunty
tho White Tollman hotel ,AV ut vlsltorn from ClilUx.uln vtoday.
H'C Kernuson UrJisCltyvlittorW J- 8t 'Itubertasarrtved lal. nlghl
thl week from Han Francisco. He ftom Ban ,Fmnctseo, and' I rfl
Is stopplnic at the 'Wblto INdlcsnit'Hcd nt thn White I'cllcan hotel,
hotel. I Charles Wright I a business vis-
Joe Moore of tho Western Trans. Itor hero from San Kranclsco this
fer, company, who was called to week, having arrived last night.
Corning by tho tragic death of hi W. II John of Orenada, Calif,
brother, Jim Moore, returned last cno In on last night' train, and I
eight. While away Mr. Moore vis-, attending to business mattor heru
lied another brother In I.o Palo J for the remainder of tho wuelc.
Mr. Ida II. Momyer. cnahler ofi W C. Mcsncr wa a city visitor
the Klamnth Ktato bank, who has yesterday from Algoma, whero hu Is
been on a vacation trip for the past employed In tho lumber business,
two week In Seattle, Portland and, Mr. nnd Mr. W. It. Morgan wiirn
other Waxhrlngton cltlei, returned In yesterday from Algoma to soo
homo last night.
tholr son off on tho morning train
Hob Coffman of Oakland. Calif, for San Kranclsco.
ha taken a position In the Klamath
Biaia uanx, a
Krnrst Nltchelm hunted yestorday
In tho Mnlln district, and returned
The nxresslvn rain of thl weekllato last evening with tho limit of
hnvo hindered thn work of the pnv- geeso
lng company In gntllng Conger nve- Harry I.. Holgato. attorney for
nuo finished, Coming a It did Just tho Unltod Stntcs roclnmntlon erv-
boforo thn last few hundred feet hail Ice, I In tho city to attend the I.lnk
boon given thulr first drmnlnn of river dnm hearing (IiIm nflnrnnnn
VIM'A ubb-t -art
HBf --7- PHI
Wm buy a KID
Dlamntr 1iC. htltU 20)4".
WW. flltJ, about 111 ii.
Put Tliis Barrel in. Your Garage
More thn,hlf tho motorists of tho Pacific Coast rely
upon Zcrolcne,"Tho Standard Oil for Motor Cars."
This Fifteen-gallon Barrel of Zcroleno assures you
tho convenience of maintaining nt homo a small, but
adequate supply of a high-grAdo oil, suited for tho cor
rect lubrication of your engine. J
When passing ono of tho locations indicated, pull In
at tho curb and examine this ideal oll-storago unit for
your private garage.
It is largo enough to hold a season's oil supply for
your engine small enough to take home in your car.
Our Second Armistice
Merchants Must Reduce Prices
to the Limit
I hut Q I lilt r AHPV an were living up to it with
1 llCU O VUl 1 Ullt J the ciosest prices we've ever
quoted on HART SCHAFFNER & MARX fall suits and
overcoats. W -
Wq believe that it is up to us to sell at less than
normal profits. We've marked our fall Hart Schaff
ner & Marx suits and overcoats on that basis. You
get unusual values at these prices:
Any $30.00 Garment
Any $40.00 Garment-
Any $50.00 Garment-
FIRST 3 PRICES QUOTED ARE BELOW HART SCHAFFNER & MARX RANGE.
Suits or Overcoats, $60.00, Suits or Overcoats, $70.00,
Hart Schaffner & Marx, I Hart Schaffner & Marx,
Suits or Overcoats, $80.00,
Hart Schaffner & Marx,
Any Suit or Overcoat $90.00,
Hart Schaffner & Marx.
ON SALE $59,85 ON SALE
Any Suit or Overcoat, $100.00,
Hart Schaffner & Marx
ON SALE $66.45 ON SALE
Blue Serges 20 off
Everything m the House Reduced in Price
C. B. Johnson. Prop.
Sixth St. antf Klamath Ave.