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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 6, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON Monday, nnoioinkh , iom.
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Ilrlng her n Imx of windy tonight.
Tho HI"" Hint, , Olf
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1404 Wnrrion Avn.
Special chlc:;n t limn In In husk,
(lot tlimu nl Tliu llltin lllnl. Otf
Kmlts anil mil" Dlppittl In clioco
Into. (Iiit thorn nt Tim llliin Mini Otf
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! ,' TUUESfTR sorvlco, Tlmt will Insure
t vn?QKKKMimJ$ Hint tlmy will Ixi cutufully
iXBtKmrnLM ' lintttltoil and that thoy wlU ;
1 5 i lTUllC-5 MbLVi I always rmicli hunt nr train
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5 f f"rb suro thn goods wn carry will
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WOMEN and children who wear "Forest Mills" .
Underwear nrc kept healthfully warm, yet
without burdensome bulkincss. Your dealer
can show you styles for women, boys and girls in
union suits, vests nnd drawers; also boys and girls
sleeping garments, waist union suits, etc. They fit
the figure gracefully. Outer clotlnng'looks its best
over them. . .
Wear "Forest Mills" this winter, our dealer can
liKOWN DUKRELL CO.
Mr. nnil Mm, Oeorgo Wntt loft
Hunilny mornlriK for Hnn Francisco,
wlioro thoy will Im for tho noxt fow
week on a combined business nnd
Charles Hester nnil Hoy Holmns
wero In town from thulr homos In
Poo vnlloy ovitr tlio week-end,
Krml Peterson, n woll-known
riwirlinr In tho Klamath vnlloy, wns
In town ovor Huturiliiy nnil Sunday.
J. T Dixon, who npimlc n cut
tin ranch at fort Klamath, In in
town on business thin wook.
Prod Tobbon In hero from flan
Francisco,: Ho In u special iigont and
flrn Innurnnco adjuntor.
Mr. and Mm. IT. It Itoynolili, who
liavo h'on hero for tho pant month
on hunlm-iN, loft Hiinday mornlnK for
J. A. llunhlriK mndo a hiulnoNN trip
Into town from hln ranch near Keno
Mr. and Mm, J. A. (lordon nnd
ilntiRhter, accompanied liy B. C. 11
por loft yontordny mornlnK for San
DIcko, They expect to inuko tho trip
T. N. Cunningham vltltcd In tho
county xeal Saturday afternoon from
IiIn ranch at I'lno UroTc.
lien (lay nnd T. II. Ilowlnnd are
builncuR Yliltor here today from
U'ordrn, Otckoq. ' ,.
MIIdn Hook and HuKh Klopton
aru attondlnK to ttailnem affairs hero
today, Iloth aro ranchers from Ibo
Porrett I.oonley upeiit tho week
end 4ri the city from hla homo at
Kd'tiowcn, who operate! a iitoro at
Chltoquln, wai here over tho week
end vlnltlOR frltnd and relatlTff,
I. J. Straw and W. II. Womplor
of tho Odeifta country are' In town
today tranuetlnc huilnew with
Klamath Klli merchanti.
J. H. XlcClrllan proprietor, of M'aa'i
atoro on tho Merrill roid ipent Sat
(lrorj- C. North wo n county cat
vliltor thli lait week-end from Al
Koma. It. K. Hradbnry came Into town
Saturday afternoon from hli ranch
In tho valley.
Mm, llertha Ilarrix accompanied by
her mother, Mm. Stephen-., wai In
town Saturday on a ihopplnic tour
frpm I'lno drove,
Kd fiuttou trannacted buslnen here
Saturday from Miller Hill, where he
owned u ranch, r
bltla Howard, proprietor of, the
Illy hotel, Is In town today attending
to butlneti matter. ,
H. K. Wlnnard will be here tomir
row from hla ranch at Lorella,-
The, regular meeting of tho yom
an'a Auxiliary of the American 'le
gion will meet Tueeday evening, Do
cember 7, for the purpose of elect.
Ing officers. It U Imperntlvo that all
membera bo prcnent at this time,
Tho Woman' Auxiliary of tho
I'reibj-tcrlnn church will hold Its
Chrlitmas salti December 18, In the
baiemont ot tho church, It was an
nounced today. Aprons and sealed
parcel post packages will bo two fea
tures of tho sslo us well ns cooked
Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Davis aro In
from Swan l.nko valley today. Mrs.
Davis has Jtnl returned from Wnn-
iitrheo, whoro she passed several
weeks .with hor parents.
ON VISIT TO l. S.
WASHIKOTON-rVleo . admiral
Sir William Pakenhara. cosamand-r-ln-chler
of the UrJUab,, North
Atlantic Station and tho. West In
dian Elation, was snipped In
Washington while on a visit to
America, He was the giieat of
Aworlcan cabinet ofllcers.aad Ajb'
FOH HAJ-Kr-Jlargalns In lroir,tollet
articles, hand painted China and
numerous other articles. Mrs. W. II.
Md'herren, 1311 Sargent. 6-7
FOR RENT Tw6 three room unfur
nished apartments 2V4 blocks from
Main, Inquire 1129 Lincoln, After S
A PRACTICAL NURSE wants en
gagements. Phone 12-F-H. 6-4L
CHRISTMAS TREES FOR SALE by
Wayne & Johnnie Webn'. 73 Main
St. Phono 204-R. !!
FOR SALE Heating stove nnd polr
of new blp boots, site 10. 907
FOR RENT-j-Two nice warm house
keeping rfaom and garage, 2005
Vine or call.337-J. 6
WI& THE I.ADV wbj telephoned
nhnnt hnnsnkeenlnc rooms' ' and
carage, please phone ngsln. 337-J. 6 f
FOli SAI.E Iy owner 3-room fur
.i.h. timiM. Twn lots, enoueh
wood for all winter. Close to Milts.
Leaving the city. Mrs. JacK iiaies.
2144 Wantiana Ave., .miiis auui.
.FOR SALE Modern 5-room houso
completely furnished for $4500.
'Owner requires $2000 down rest
'terma. Call after 12 o'clock, 626 9th
St. Phone 309-W. e-.i-
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illOOM FOR RENT 237 North 5th
I street. Phono 24-R. 6-8
Ijirro C-room house. Oarage. Fine
llocatlon. Lot 65x130. Can take n
'good used car or diamond, and some
cash on this balance mommy.
tir.nn tnnn rmh nnd $40 per
menth: See this at once. It Is rented
for $40 per month.
$5500. A beautiful modern 9
hoom houso, full basement. Largo
lot. Closo In. Uellmnn & Co, 406
Main St. 6-7
jl-'OK RENT Now 3 room unfurnish
ed apartment. J. T. Ward & Co,
'834 Main St. Phono 375. 6-7
FOR SALE BY OWNER Modern 4-
room houso. I-nrgo attic, uase-
ntnn, fnrnUlinil nr unfurnished.
Snap for cash. Terms. Wrlto P. O.
Hox 221. -
IFOR RENT 4 room houso In Mills
addition. Inquire 1129 Lincoln St.
Uflor B o'clock. 6-7
FOR RENT Light outsldo rooms.
Warm and clean. 75 cents per
night. 50 cents ench for 2 In a bed.
$3.50 and $4 por week itomo uoom
Ing Houso, 920 Klnmath Ave. CS
Qn Every Home Table
Where Quality Counts
The red-ripe tomato flavor of Del Monte
Catsup lends an appetizing appeal. It always
touches the spot, turning ordinary dishes into
Be sure you get Del Monte if you want
Catsup at its best. Always look for the red
Del Monte shield. That is your guarantee of
CALIFORNIA FAOONG CORPORATION
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FOR RENT To mnn and wlfo. Four
Room furnished houso with bath.
Rent resOnnble. Telephone 240-M. Otf
50 0001) SALES HELP WANTED
MALE AND FEMALE
SEE MR. RLEE
OOLDEN RULE STORE 0
FOUND Pair of glasses. Owner may
navo samo uy caning ai niu ui
flee and paying for this adv. 6
Many Christmas presents at right
i, SEE DICK .
Cor. 6th and Klamath Avo.
New and secondhand tires, right
Cor, 6th and Klamath Ave.
, Victor phonograph machines.
""Cor. 6th and Klamath Avd.
Prlco Is right.
now department sioro,
Cor. 6th nnd Klamath Avo.
St. Paul's Episcopal Oulld will
moot Thursday afternoon at 2:30
o'clock at tho homo of Mrs. Ed. Mr,t
(In. Every member Is urged, to bo
present. v ' ' 6"'
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If the Wood Dealer
, Sold Service
We do not sell current t we sell service. That sounds odd
Well, suppose the wood dealer sold service instead of wood, be
-woald tcsd to your furnace and your raiaKcitAkb away tho avihea
aad'cleaaithe flues. You would buy so much beat.
Now 'you buy so much light, although, you pay according- to the
, current ton consume. But the service M performed for you by this
company; at tho substations and power, plan U.
That Is what we want to give you efficient service. It Is the
abn' of tills company to have nono but satisfied customers. No
matter VvhM It is, if you have a grievance, or aro dlasatlsfied about
yonr bill- or do not understand our rates, please come ln and see
as or write us about it.
If yon have any suggestions to make, we will gladly avail our
elves of them ns our aim is constantly to lmprovo our service to
you as' fast as the development of science and human ability permit.
Js your shed full of dry wood! ,
'Indications are that there will bo a scarcity ot fuel 'Defere,
At present we have a -fair stock of dry slab and block" wood
at reasonable prices. " ,',
Orders are being delivered promptly. ;''1
A Phono in, your 'orders. , '
FOR CASH ONLY
' O: Peyton & Co;
- " , 'WOOD TO BURN" i,
419 Main St. , , Phone. 535
Don't fail to read. the Herald- Classified Ad.