The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, August 18, 1921, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6

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TJWMDAY, ALOimT t, t8l
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Duck Hunters!
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Deer Hunters!
We Invite Your Inspection of the New Styles in DUXBAK HUNTING CLOTHING
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
NEW HUNTING COATS PANTS IN HIKING AND LONG STYLES IN DUXBAX,
CORDUROY, MACKINAW, WHIPCORD AND KHAKI CLOTHS, HUNTING
BOOTS, PACS, RUBBER BOOTS, GLOVES, HATS, GOLF SOX. IN FACT EVERY
THING YOU WILL NEED ON YOUR FALL HUNTING TRIPS. SEE THE LINES BE
FORE YOU OUTFIT. PRICES THE LOWEST.
K. K. STORE
LEADING CLOTHIERS
AND HATTERS
Pergonal Mention
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Poolo nro
pending a tow days at Chlloquln on
a pleasure and business trip.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. V. Wlmberly and
email aon loft this morning tor a
Tacatlon trip to Roseburg via Crater
Lake.
Hugo Koch Is registered at the
White Pelican hotel from Portland.
W. S. Jays ot Salem arrived last
night and Is a guest at tho Whlto
Pelican hotel.
O. J. Dompsoy Is a city visitor from
San Francisco this week. Ho Is re
gistered at the Whlto Pelican hotel.
Thomas H. Ness, of tho California
Oregon Power company; Is In town
today from Medford on matters ot
company business.
Lois Pitman, Bessie Pitman, Flo
rence Grant, Emma Wagner Herxay,
LUzle Egll and R. D. Cummlngs are
a party of tourists registered at the
Whlto Pelican hotel from Etna Mills,
California.
Mr. Lena McDanlels and two
daughters, who have been hero for
past week visiting Mrs. McDanlels'
sisters, Mrs. Lottie Ageoand Mrs.
Edith Ream, proprietors of the Rain
bow, left this morning for tbelr homo
In Roseburg via Crater Lake.
Mrs. A. L. Marshall was In town
arly this morning after supplies tor
the Marshall ranch at Olen'o.
Mr. and Mr. CJiarle Grsy were
city business visitors from their
(nth horns at Pin Orova this morn
lug. Mr. and Mr. R. J. Sheets and
daughter, left thla morning Xor a
camping trip, which will carry them
to Orant Pass before their return.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Sutton woro In
from their ranch at Miller Hill this
morning.
C. C. Jalo, on ot the carpenters
who Is putting up the Malln school,
waa In town yesterday and announced
that tho building was almost ready
for the plaster and that there was
no doubt but that it would be ready
for occupation tho first ot Septem
ber. Charles Stemwell is back from a
trip to California which was made in
the Intertsts of his health.
Phil Slnnott, publisher ot the Sac
ramento Star, and well known In
this city for the years be spent as
city editor of the Evening Herald, Is
COOLEST THEATRE IK TOWN
The Strand
THEATRE -
Formerly the Moadale
1180 Main St.
here tor a brief vacation. Today and
part ot tomorrow Mr. Slnnott will
spend seeing the Lava Bods with A.
M. Collier. Mrs. Slnnott and tho
baby are not nlong on this trip, but
Phil says they arc tine.
Mrs. F. J. Schmltz Is a city visit
or from Bcatty whero sho and hor
husband opornto a general store.
Mrs. Charles Roberts left this
morning for Weed whore sho will
meet Mr. Roberts, who has been In
California on business, and together
they will go to Mci"ord for a visit
with Mr. Roberts' parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. II. Roberts. From Medford
they will go to Crator lako and then
home.
II. II. Hill, who has been an Inmate
of the county Infirmary for some tlmo
loft this morning for Salem undor
the care ot L. A. Wiles. Ho will bo
placed in tho state hospital.
Mrs. Maud Zulght of Sail Francisco
Is In town visiting her alster, Mrs.
Frank Marshall, at her homo on Con
ger Avcnuo.
Edwin DrUcoll has returned from
a short visit with relatives and
friends In Bly.
Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Mooro aro
homo after an eztondod stay In Port
land and later In California.
Mrs. Rex McMillan left this morn
ing for her home in Weed, after a
few days stay hore with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Low.
W. C. Towntend are in town today
from their ranch t Miliar Hill pur
chasing supplies.
C. W. Miller was a county seat
visitor from bis ranch on the Laks
vlsw road yesterday purchasing sup
plies. Mrs. George Walton and daugh
ters, Beatrice and Katherine, wero
In town yesterday from their home
at Merrill.
J. II. Short, superintendent ot the
county lnflrmatory, and family were
In town this morning purchasing
supplies and later In the day they
loft tor Four Mile lako after hucklo-
berrles.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Frank Owens
havo returned from a ton days'
outing on tho Sycan marsh.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmor Applegate
woro In town yesterday afternoon
from tholr prosperous llttlo ranch
south of town.
John Shophord. who oporates a
farm In tho Pine Grove district,
was In town yesterday on business
John Coloman was a vlsl'
tor hero yesterday from tho Algoma
country.
J. A. Maddox mado a trip Into
town yesterday from his ranch
south of town to attend to matters
of buslnoss.
Miss Marjorlo Delxell, who b.is
been spending a tow days with Mir
Evangallne Foster at the homo ot
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Collier, In
Swan lake valley, returned homo
yesterday afternoon.
Richard Hannon and son, woro In
town late yesterday attending to
matters of business for tho storo at
Malln, ot which Mr. Hannon is man
ager.
Mrs. Charles Otoy has acccptod
a position In the Style Shop.
Word from Mrs. A. L. Graham
brings tho sad news that the sister
she wont to visit in Momphls, Ton-
nessoc, died a few days ago as tho
result of an operation.
E. C. Ream drove into town this
morning from his rsnch In tb vsl
ley and purchased supplies from
Klamath Falls merchants.
Otis M. Metcher Is spending a few
days here from Merrill looking after
business affairs.
F. 0. McKlmmons left this morn
ing for Corvallis where he will visit
for several days with his mother.
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Mayhew who
have been here on a vacation trip
left this morning for their home
In Red Bluff.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thompson and
family accompanied by Mr. and Mrs.
Clcorgo Altchlson and sons, Harold
and Robert, who nro visiting here
from San Francisco, drovo to Cra
ter lako today on u slKhtsooIng trip,
Weather Probabilities
Tho baromvtrlc pressure, na
recorded by the Cyclo-Storm-agraph
at Underwood's Pharma
cy, has again climbed Into tho
"high" area, giving promise of
conttnuod good weather.
Forecast for tho next 24
heurs:
Fair and cool, with varlahln
winds.
Tho Tyco recording ther
momoter has registered mini
mum and maximum tempora
turos today, as follews:
Low, 40; High, CD. (Reading
taken at 2 p. m.
KUTH IUTH ANOTHtat
CHICAGO, Aug. 18. Babe Ruth
hit till 48th homer today
VO.Mi:. Ol.T INNING.
Vi:NIC, Gil., Aug. 1H The tra
dition of nomine pilbllc school build
ings after (leorgo Washington, Thco
ore Hoosovolt nnd other men of Amor"
lean history has gone temporarily, at
lt, out of vogue In Venice to per
mit un honoring ot famous women.
Accordingly, thn three newest schools
lu this city are to bo christened soon
tho Ilctny I(om, Florence Nightingale
nnd Martha Washington.
Herald classified ada pay yea.
..II II IB
.M:f Just Arrived-50 Fall ::
IS OtlCe I and Winter Dreue i :
Look at other materials and prices 11
then sec mine at $12.50 $15.00t '''
$18.50 d $21.00.
I WHITE PELICAN MILLINERY SHOP
Next Door to Strand Theatare. .; ;
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TONIGHT
I). W. GRIFFITH'S
Martyrs of the Alamo
Historical of Alamo days in Texas
With an all star cast including A.
D. Lears as David Crockett, Alfred
Paget as James Bowjes and Walter
Long as Santa Anna. Also
TUB GUMPS CARTOONS
AND
A BIO COMEDY
, 2 shows 8:45 8:45 .. .
OOlsTNG FRIDAY "THE LOVE
CHEAT."
N.C.O.
Phone 577-J sie8Mgr.,
MR. WRIGHT will call on you v
with full details of our Stock
offering.
OFFICE:
532 MAIN
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ADVANCE SHOWING
FALL
MILLINERY
New Felts, Beaver, Hatters Plush, Velvets etc.
Also a clever showing of Feather Hats. The prices
this year are much lower than last season. The qual
ities are better and styles practical and becoming.
Prices range
$2.95 to $12.50
New Fall Coats on Display
First lot received by express in Bolvia, Plush, Sil
vertone, Velour, Kersey and Novelty Coths. Prices
range.
$25.00 to $49.75
HECTOR'S
THE WOMEN'S FASHION CENTER"
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