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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 18, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALDr KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
Our Shoes Are
Going Like Wildfire
The public knows what it wants, partic
ularly, in the shoe line, and is getting just
what it wants during our sale, at prices that
MEAN SOMETHING. ACTUAL REDUC
TIONS, BONA FIDE DISCOUNTS that's '
what we announced, and that's exactly
what our customers are getting. We arc
offering some remarkable bargains. Take
this special, for instance:
FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED
And here are some more bargains; read
Boys' Shoes, sizes Women's Shoes, all
2 to 5 sizes
$2.85 $4.85 I
Misses' Shoes, sizes Children's Shoes,
1U to 2 sizes 8 to 11,
MK.VH HIIOKS, SHOUT LINKS, S3.H5
Ye, THIS IH A SAI.K, nnI,uc frrl Hint It l only necowwry to
rail tho Attention of tho public to It In order to make It n'sucoeiw.
It's) going mighty Mr alrrady, nnd It Is Just Ihcum Hip people In
tills community know that when we advrrtlxc n sale up do not
arrive at the price offered by marking them up anil then down
again Wo Just knock tho peak off our rtegular price, nnd the
public doe the rent.
THE SALE IS ON! ARE YOU?
Here's a Tip: Watch our Windows.
Phone Rate Hearing'
Will Not Be Held
for Several Weeks
SAL.KM. Nov. IS It nrobnhly
.will bo suternl weeks nnd possibly
I months before tho Oregon public
service commission will lio In n no
, sltlon to gho consideration to tho
inppllcatlon of tho 1'ivelflc Telephone
nnd Tolegmph compnny for nn In
crease In telephono rates. Although
refining to hntnrd n guess nn "to
(hen nctunl consideration of tho ap
I Miration would stnrt. Frod (1.
Iiiichtel, chnlrmnn or tho commis
sion, Intlmnted ttitit tho present con
dition of tho docket Indicated Mint
tho patrons of tho company should
not expect n decision In tho case nt
1 un early date.
After scanning tho application,
which was filed hero Into Saturday
'afternoon, Mr. Ductile! said that tho
I telephone compnny apparently had
I sot out Its needs for additional
j financial relief In detail, and that It
now would bo Incumbent upon tho
corporation to proro that Its claims
Lwern fust anil ronsniialile.
; Tho Investigation Into tho flnnu-
v.wi huuuiuuu ui mu lutl'uiauuu will
I bo thorough, according to Mr. Iluch
, tol, whllo nt tho hearing will bo
I represented nit persons Interested In
mo outcome 01 tno application.
Oregon Journal Here
Harold K. Hunt, northwest editor
nt the Oregon Journal of Portland.
It hero on business today. I.Ike otb-er.iwldo-awako
newspapers In this
part of the country tho Journal rec
ognizes tho necessity for securing
news from tho up-and-coming Kla
math section, and Mr. Hunt Is mak
ing plans to Incroaso tho already
large volumo of news It publishes
from Klamath Kails and vicinity.
i JIKIIKKAH MKKTI.Vtl
Thoro Is to bo an Interesting moot
ing of the Robokah lodgo tonight for
which an elaborate program has boon
arranged by the committee In charge.
All members aro urged to attend this
meeting, as this Is an opening meet
ing of tho lodge.
Following Is tho program
Reading . . Mrs II, Smith.
ThanksglTlng I'ageant . ..,..-.
.. . . Hlversldo School
Reading Mrs. R. K. Wattcnburg
Piano Solo ...... Mrs. Fred Cofer.
Dutterfly Jean Thompson
Vocal Solo : Mrs. Melby.
Beading ... Mrs. Kstello Carrier.
Music Melby, Ilond,
Fall dress suits and accessories at
K. K. K. store. 18-20
&: WILL perform r ' k
ALSO TUESDAY, THURSDAY, SATURDAY
I EVENINGS AT .
NOW UNDER STRICTEST MANAGEMENT
DANCING8:30 12 P. M. ?
1 -i -
A hrtmk In tho local power circuit
about ti o'clock this morning loft Tho
Tiurnld, In common with other shops
Hint employ power mnchlnury, badly
rrlpplod. Tho typosottlug machines
and press of tho Herald nro oloctrlcnt
ly operated nnd Although tho current
was restored ut 10 o'clock, It wns
nearly noon licforu tho work of 'get
ting out tho paper" wns started It ro
quiring u couple of hours to heal tho
metnl from which tho t)po Is cast
The box factories ami mills, which
are on another circuit, wore not In
Tho troublo Is attributed by tho
power company to tho storm.
Tho Interruption In electric sorvlco
stopped tho morning sessions of tho
Central nnd Hlversldo schools, owing
to Interference with light and heat
ing. The storm loosened n power polo
near tho Hlversldo school and II blow
down, smashing two windows.
Money Was Spent in
1916; Not This Year
Captain J. I. too, who was reelect
ed county nssossor without opposition
at tho recont election, wishes, to
make n correction In regard to the
report of his campaign expenditures
which appeared In nvtnrii.v'. n.,r.
aid. According to his statement of
expenditures Just filed with the1
county clerk, Mr. too spent I0C IB
In tho Interest of his campaign, and
tho comparatively largo amount, with
no one opposing htm. elicited com
mnnt regarding It. Mr I.eo state.fi
today that tho money was spent In'
tho campaign of laid, and not In'
tho recent campaign, and Tho HcrnM '
takes pleasure In mnklm; tho cor-,
"Always the Best for tho Liberty Gucifc"
By actual count, there arc 76 smiles, 24
hearty laughs and 9 real thrills in
"A TRAY FULL OF TROUBLE"
Featuring SNOOK Y, the HUMANZEE
"He docs everything but talk to you."
The real feature is the screen version of
Julian Johrrson's celebrated play:
"WHO'S YOUR SERVANT?" .
which startled New York during its run in
Che spoken drama.
A real Western "BUE STREAK McCOY"
The stan is HARRY CAREY, and the
story was written by H. H. Van Loam a
ItOc Doll Special IMday nnd
Saturday. rknare FSrnl Pnijf
Can bo seen nt
SQUARE DEAL DRUG STORE
Safety Senrice Satisfaction
Now is the Time to Buy for Christmas
Neat, MitntURflatly made
American Dolls, dre-uied. big
variety of faces.
Tho prlco Is ctght. at
This lot has many genuine
HO.K Dolls, with sweaters
aud veils. fcVano nro sleeping
modolsi (looil variety of faces.
A bargain ut
torgu sited, ilrr-wvd Dolls,
with real hslr. well drosusU
good variety of fares.
till valuo In tblAlut at
This lot contains many gen
nlno IIOIIHMAN AKX DOIXS.
neatly dressed, some ari sleep
ing models, flood vnrtrtjr of
A good buy,
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