The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, September 14, 1921, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6

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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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Personal Mention
'i Vr arM Mrs. A. W. Klnr no.
eotspanlsd 7 their daughter, Dor'
btby, who bar been Ylsltlng -with
their other .daughters, ElUabcth
ad Muriel et the Klamath Agon-
ey(, elnce Jane, left this mprnlng
ok! their return journey to Wabash,
Indiana. Misses Elisabeth and Mur
iel' accompanied thorn into town
last eroulng and were at the train
tnia morning for a last farowoll.
Mrs. H. E. Wood, who has bcenj
here Tlaltlng Miss Modgo Dixon,'
returned thla morning to hor home
la Portland. j
Theodore Young, merchant and
postmaster of Midland Nras a ooun-,
ty seat Tlaltor this morning attend-(
lag to holiness matters. Mr.,
Tonng is looking forward to the
opening of the duck eeason; and
aa ha proTlded a lot of extra
hells for hunters who run out of
Munition when they are far from
from home.
),Prey A. Cupper, Oregon state
aglaear, la again In town on Irri
gation matters from Salem.
If. B. Sllllman arrlred In town
kwt night from the Klamath Aen-J
ey and will be here loaay on mai
ten of Dullness.
B. N. Hnrd, Mr. and Mrs.
Lelgfcton, Elliott Hurd, Douglas
Hnrd and Carrol Hurd, made np
a party of Seaside autolits that
stopped oxer In Klamath Falls laat
light at the Waits Pelican hotel,
ob their way from Crater lake.
Mlaa rranels Bsatty came Into
towa yesterday from Crater lake
national park, where she has been
passing sereral menths with her
mother and father who are sta
tioned at the Klamath gate way
Into the park. She will return to
day.
Miss Ollre Carlton has returned
from as extended Taxation visit In
Xngene, Portland and other talUy
points.
Hiss Lorinda Bauber, an employe
at' the Klamath Agency, is spend-!
Ing a few days In town hating den
tal work done.
Mrs. B. Turner is In town tor a
'few days from Medford, Oregon.
Panl T. O'Dowd left this morning
for Medford, where- he is a member
Of the "Clarion" staff, after Mr
oral days spent here with his els-
tors and mother. Mrs. T. P.
O'Dowd and daughters, Lucille and
Mary left for Crator lako to
day and from thoro they will
go to Medford to visit for a few
days moro boforo returning to their
horn In Bon Francisco.
Mrs. Ed Lcover loft this morn
ing tor her homo In Fort Kla
math after a night spent hero' on
her rotnrn trom Oakland, Califor
nia where she wont to enter hor
son In college
W. T. Garrett le tn town today
trom Illy purchasing supplies and
attoudlng to other matters of busi
ness.
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FOlt 11KNT 6 room furnlehed
house. Inquire at Owl Cafo, 14-10
SNAP In ueed Liberty SU, 1H9
model, now paint, wonderful con
dition. Tho host buy of tho season
at (800,00 Terms. Dunham Auto
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Notice lo Hunters!
Thoro nro lots of Ducks around Midland and . 1 hare plenty
Shells ot tho beet mako, which I will sell for less Special price by
tho case,
Theo. D. Young "I Sell For Lew"
GENERAL MERCHANDISE MIDLAND, ORE.
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THE SHOW THAT MADE GOOD
JOHNNY GALVIN & HIS COMPANY OF
MERRYMAKERS IN tHE SCREAM
ING FARCE
"The Three Twins"
EVERYTHING NEW TONIGHT
Two Big Show
7:00 & 9:00
Bargain Prices
25c & 55c
CAUTION Our Capacity It Limited.
BE THERE EARLY
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fcjgP These Fall offerings are "tmlly" smart: the
Ife. price are reasonable ai always: and as
L& 3 comfort when wearing them one is re ij
p; ; a minded of walking in grassy fields. f
jL fl If you are fitted with a pair of Van Bellen
klSm shoes you will readily understand why so
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Fall Weather Suggestions
GUITERMANS BROS. LEATHER SLEEVE
SPORT COATS AND VESTS. A SUITABLE GAR
MENT FOR OUT-OF-DOORS.
-OREGON CITY WOOLEN MILLS MACKINAWS,
OVERCOATS, SHIRTS AND A CHOICE SELEC
TION OF BLANKETS ; SINGLE AND DOUBLE,
AUTO RjOBES AND INDIAN BLANKETS.
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RUFF NECK AND BUTTON JACKET STYLE '" '.
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