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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 9, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
THtTRHIMVY, nHOKMHKlt, B, MWK
Xmas orders issued for any amount or for any article in the store.
Make Christmas Selections for Men Here
Wonderful line of useful, sensible gifts for men.
. Don't forget there is a 20 reduction this week on shoes Men's Suits and
" Overcoats Hats, Caps Mackinaws Sweaters Dress Shirts Pants
Leather Vests and Coats. One-third off on all Boys' Suits.
LEADING CLOTHIERS & HATTERS
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(.I'll Jim v H I i
f dHn. 1 a I fir
0.ltl OF TIIANKK
Wo wish to express our apprecia
tion to the many kind friends who
assisted us during the Illness nnd
death of our beloved wife and moth
er. Also to the hospital nurses who
cared for her during her last Illness.
P. M. CKOSSFIKU)
9 A. P. CROSSFIKM).
PINK, WHITE, YEL
LOW AND BRONZE
35c and 50c Each
; THE GIFT SHOP
709 W. Main
Subscribers to the fund for the
building of the new Sacred Heart
Academy who hare not received a
Bulletin giving the names and
amount of each contributor, mj
hare one mailed by notifying Father
Marshall or calling phono H!. It Is
the desire of the committee that over?
contributor shall hae a copy of the
TUB IJI'II.UINO COMMITTEE. .
The bazaar of the Methodist
church will be held Saturday Uth at
Johnston's furniture store. There
will be booths featuring aprons, fan
cy work, candy nnd a rummage
counter, also cooked food will be on
Carbon Taper and Manuscript Cov
er Drummond Print Shop, '4th and
. The Story
Watch Page Five
To Make For
A smalt shallow tin can may be
converted Into a pretty powder box.
Two shades of ribbon are used to
cover the box and silk braid decor
ates It. A swan's-down puff to fit tho
box Is trimmed with petals of satin
ribbon and a stem of green ribbon
This will give the appearance of a
large rose topping tho box
A Novel Rift
For an Inexpensive, smalt gift,
use little baskets tilted with can
dled orange peel. The baskets can be
made from oranges by removing the
pulp front the skins and cutting then
In basket form, leaving a strip for
the handle. The baskets are tilled
with the 'candled orange peel and a
large green bow Is tied to the han
dle, with a Christmas card.
MOHK STOILM COMI.MO '
8AN FRANCISCO. Dec. 9. An
other severe storm Is reported oft
the California coast, today.
OUKGO.V Tonight and Friday.
The Cyclo-Stormagraph at Un
derwood's Pharmacy, has register
ed a rapidly falling pressure since
midnight of Wednesday.
Indicative of brisk winds, prob
ably followed by snow or rain."'
Forecast for next 34 hours.
Unsettled weather. Increasing
NEW TODAY f
WANTED Small bouse cloie In, or
will care for rooming house, dur
Ing owner's absence. Address room
5, Washington Rooming bouse. Tel.
WANTED At once, woman to clean
house of three rooms. Annly Her
ald office, 9-U
KAN FRANCISCO. Dec 9 Heads
of Hoy Scout councils throughout the
12th federal reserte district are In
receipt of letters from Theodore Har
dee, director of tho government sai
Ings organisation for the 12th fed
eral reservo district, thanking the.
Hoy Scouts of the west for thelrj
work In furthering the cause of I
thrift through sales of thrift nnd j
war savings stamp and treasury sav-i
Ings certificates during and after tho f
war Director Hardee's latter follows)
recognition directly from President i
Wilson to one boy scout In each state
of the 13th district for his record j
sales of government thrift securi
ties during the war.
Replies from heads of scout coun
cils assured Director Hardee that the
scouts wilt continue to spread thai
gospel of thrift and aid the govern-!
ment during 1921 In life sales of
thrift and savings stamps and trru-,
liry savings certificates
, Christmas trees for sale. Place
your'orders now Peytou Hros Phone
tM or G35. - 9-U
"Always the Beat for the Liberty Guest"
If. W. POOI.K, Owner ItOUKU I). TOIUIKV, Musical Director
"YOU NEVER CAN TELL"
Willi Mi:ilK DAMKUt stnrring, being Hie short nnd merry lil.
lory of mi itmatrur vamp.
The rumrriy U '(SOINO THItOt'ail THE 11YK" anil It Is funny.
To cli patron of our theatre tonight will be glvrn a ropy
(words anil music) of "IIK.V HOI.T," that beautiful old Minx that
Kte bnrk to the world u guidon volcr) In
"ONCE TO EVERYWOMAN"
The super-fen I it re whlrli tie will have the pleasurn of pre
senting on Friday Might.
Special Prices for this Show Only
4 Matinees, 15 and 35 Cents
Evenings, 25 and 50 Cents
. HPEC1AI, Ml'HIt' KltlDAV AND HATUItD.W.
Rowing at the.
OFFICER! CALL A COP!
TOM. MOOIIK Is caught again caught fdurtfhg a riot
of laughter. ThU time with a bcreen Interpretation of
the funniest show that ever lilt IJroadtvay,
If you are partial to lilgli-claos comedy, don't miss till
TOMORKOW William B. Hart In "Tho Toll Gale.'
WANTHD A good dresser and bed
Must be cheap for cash. Address
box D, Herald office. 9-12
IOST Skid chain for Ford, between
homo and office, Dec. 8. Return
to R. If. Dunbar. 9-10
FOR 8AI Corner lot -50x90 feet,
on paving, just 3w blocks from
Main, sewor, and city water. At a
special price of tltSO. Dandy site for
apartment homo, or 2 cottages.
SAUK l-ovel lot on Crescent
Ave., G0xl78 feet. Prlco $Cr.O. On
J. T. WARD &. CO.
834 Main. Phone 37fi
FOR 8AI.B Two sleds. Cheap. One
a Flexible Flyer, almost new. 931
9th St. 9
Dig level lot on Wantland Avo. In
Mills addition, closo to the mills at
1250. Only $26 cash and 110 a
Dandy flvo room plastered bunga
low with stone foundation, basement,
buffet, built-in features, corner lot,
excellent location. Owner Is leaving
city and Is making xacrlflce price of.
X37G0. Only 11500 cash. Immediate
Ave call your particular attention
to five modern brick buildings In
the heart of tho city. Prices range
from 111.000 to 1.0 00. All of tliepi
aro bringing good Income,'' and most
of them can be had on easy terms.
If you aro looking for a gilt-edged
Investment, bettor Investigate.
UltlJ.UOTK & HM1TH
, 03? Malji 8t, i 9
FOR BALK Piano, $300 cash nnd
' Jarge rug, $35. Miss Daddes. Piano
The time of great danger to your storage battery is
right now. Unless it is given proper care, winter's
cold, icy weather will mean a costly repair bill or a
new battery next spring.
Let us store your battery over the winter months.
We are splendidly equipped to relieve you of all fuss
and worry. Ample storage space and competent bat-,
tery men assure you of the very utmost in battery serv
ice. And next spring when you want to get out on the
road your battery will be ready, with all the "kick"
and "zip" you want.
Drive around today and let us examine your battery
free, and tell you the kind of storage you should have.
You will be surprised how little this storage will cost
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