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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 21, 1922)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
tmi'hsimv, iki:.mmi:u ill, IIIJ'J
Thnro will bo a ronimmilty Christ
mtti tree Itrro on Christmas ovp.
Bhort plnyo nro IoIik roparcl by
llto school children fcr the program
Tlio homo of Mr. anil Mrs. J. X.
ttltnn was tlio itrnno of n surprise
party on Wcitacsilny ovrnlnc of Inst
week. Quite n number nf their
friends unexpccteilly nrrlveil early In
tljo e.venlnB ntUroiii(iro.iJljjr
IIU.6 libnf. fTUt eveiitaR was spent
A son was born to Mr. SJt M
Blmor Kowry on WYdnrsdny of I
ivcrk, ho hns been natnelr l'aul
lIwrtnro." Mrr.I.nwry wai Awltn
Mbnfeo'lxvf era liw marrlsKC to Ul
l'clo O'CcMnur wns In Illy a few
ilays 'last week.
On account nf the IUnc' of 'r
tparhcr, Mrs. Jnnn:i :ian. there
Iwni nit seliool for the primary grades work
t'lltlny of fasf work. Mrs. lllvnri was barl
able to be baek tit Iter worlt on Mon-,
The yoiniR folks of tlio community,
nere Invited to a skating party at1
tlio Walter Campbell home lat Krl-j
day evening. Directly helow the,
liotiso Is a large body of Ice where ,
tint skating mis In prxtgross several
hours When the guests returned to'
The Injury was eansed bv 11
l.-o srrnttli thai got hfect
ed. The wound Is er.t much Ini
I.ellm Urlseoll of S.i'.em nrrlwvl
here Sunday where she will remain'
for the next few weeks as the guest
of her sister, .Mrs. K. T (lltan.
Ilaibam Owo.i Is expected heme
soon for the holidays. She has been
attending school at Merrill this year.
SAN KUAN. IsUO. Dei J I Ad
tenturo sroVcrs will mat u niunly
old whaler, Ihe Xnrnhnl. whim die
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A J Duffy, who Is con.teeled with lues at Aul wfcr-ro he Is working i. " .. .. V. ? X .
the Southern Oregon-Northern Call- for tlio M. C Cattle company. '
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Jh5.! helm In' lllyiverffitl JnyihmfbusM
1M; v..a ..' X.S
Otto K llnw wait tulo Klamath WAKSAW. Dee. 21.
Tall Krldar of Hit w!ek Wojcelchowskl was elected
Tlirm wa n d.tneo at the commun-1 ,lellt of J'oland today
t.- ln't tW SUufday evenlnir. I .
f:ley I on. who Is omploted at Christmas ll.ues Kreo with every
. UVrren ra.U,. suffered w.tl, ' iT t,?' nXm sonu.ng
a ten badly Injured hand tlio past tasting. Karl Shepherd Co. 21
TRUTH IN ADVERTISING K
8:30 P. M.
to 20c at
10c, 3 - 25c
HRISTM AS QlFlTORE
- Only two more days left Stop and think! have you forgotten anyone?
Selection is easier at The Woman's Store because of the many practical gifts on
display. For the discriminating shopper are discounts on our entire stock of
Ready-to-Wear up to Christmas as well as special pricings throughout the
store. Men wishing to make purchases for her will find it easier here because
of the many wanted and needed items that are suggestive.
In llio.Mnth Pacific IVpUiii v Inn
Xrey, n veturnn of many sctn. will
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Stanislaif' Ultx lo"'v,:u? "laadlubbern ' to
vim uii ,jiiiii on uio .,tr,wiiui ana
, more liiau 100 havo appllid I'rom
1 IliM list ho rcenntjy Hvlveiivl tun.
Uno Is a p'oslrlan, another n.t at
torney, two ar Canadian army vet
ornns and nsothni claims he gi-ndu
atrd from Annpolls and at one time
was picked, for tht All-Anu-rUiui
football team. Tlio unmet will not
bo niraouared until tlio entire rrevv
The b.tnd-plckrd crew l
act as ..ippreiitlrtM" and part own
ers, f.ir oirh member must suh
s. rlbe JSOI) toward outlining the
bi.it They :iKo will man the heat,
but to makp turn the craft readies
Its iiottulitlos. Capta i Are a!s Is
taking alnns tell deep-water faltors
I will bo a trading exjvd'tlan.
Oni'tvr. Atey said rerentlt and d-i
led reports ihat the Narwhal xvns
heidiu); south In search of tronsuie
bun. d by Oeri.i.nii during Hie war
The f.mt port ef fall will be S.uno.i
The r new thing in
collars that drape so
stunningly around the
neck and shoulders.
Proven just as popular
as the big Berthas that
shelled Paris. Make
your choice now.
PURE VIRGIN WOOL
Give one of these to
mother or wife. Silk
bound, full size in a
wonderful design of
Scotch plait!. The ser
vice and appreciation
given cannot be meas
ured by the price of
Dozens of new pieces
just unpacked in fine
grades of jerseys, knit,
crepe de chine, pee wee
etc. Very suggestive
and practical as gifts.
All shades and sizes.
The prices are very
With the wrist strap
or large rings, curved
handles, white tipped
bows etc. Various siz
es and shapes iti many
different colors. A
brand new assortment
that really fascinate in
their novelty and priced
very reasonably too.
For these two days
.only will 20 be taken
off these slippers. Good
shades and sizes with
50c to $1.00
If your gift be a
small one to the little
tot and yet want it to
last give a rag doll.
.Most cunning little
characters but they go
a long way towards
2 MORE DAYS
Talc jVe lliuitrstrinl
.Mrs Selgle went to j"invuiu
Kalis Tued.i) to tttke the Mite ox
nminatlons, for teaeher'-i tertlfl
cite. August LUkey U iv-if,nrd to his
homo with grtjpe
Douglas IlUKy Is fredi'ng cnttla
on his ranch for l.tskey
Iluth Purdy Is spending the holi
days with her parents at the ranch
She Is home from Ashland wluro she
Is attending school
Mr and Mrs. McComh and son
DaWd were .Merrill visitors Satur
day Cramlall and ltusell were at the1
ranch from Klamath Kails 0:1 Sun
day, John Kaiifitit li visiting his mu
Chrcles He expects to go to
Klamnth Kalbt this week.
Ccrga (irtice Is building a new
barn. ' I
Srxclal Saturday Calendar Day
llurnt peanut crisp pounds 27c
Currln's Kor Drugs. 20
12 MILLION'S VISIT MOVIES
LOS ANdULKS, De. 21 -Patrons
of moving picture theatres In
tlio Los Angeles rcvenuo district
paid federal admission taxed
amounting to $2 17,770 during tlio
month of October, according to tax
figures for that month made public
by tho local rcvenuo collector's of
flee. Twelve million persons paid
to enter plcluro theatres during
Carat and a half perfect diamond.
Aro you Intereiltil' If so mil iml
sen Davenport. The Jeweler 20-21
has occasional interruptions
or unforsccn delay on bak
ing days, but the house
wife who uses Crescent
Baking Powder will not
She will have light, melt-in-your-mouth
ffins, and cake because
Crescent combines the two
leavening units that insure
good results under variable
From any grocer
Crescent Manufacturing Company
To takeadvantage of those money saving discounts in !!j CjSCQTVt
the ready to wear department
50 Off or. Suits
20, Off on Coats
20 Off en Dresses
20rOff on Kimonas
20 Off on All Robes
Off on Children's Wear
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Tliis Store will be oieu Friday and Saturday evenings lliis week until 9 o' clock
Merchandise orders issued for any article or for any amount.
Kuppenheimer Suits and Coats
Wool and Silk Mufflers
Thermo Sweater Coats
Belt- Belt Buckles- , .f
Lace or Button Breeches
Linen Plain and Initial
Lewis Union Suits-
C,, ,')) Cjfrt
pAhd Hundreds of Qthpr Usfu "2
1 i, Sensible Gifts Men Like
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The Men s Xmas Store
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