The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, September 25, 1925, Page 4, Image 4

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EVENTT7CT HFR'JT7n, KTZOTTHTT PKELft OREGON
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Blankets
Senators Win
Pennant Again
Get tlicm now and use them while yon pay for tlufin in easy weekly
or nuonthly payments. Hundreds of Klamath Falls people now have
a charge account at our store, atul appreciate 0lil libera! credit plan.
You should give us a call. '
Our Indian Blankets, extra large and heavy, make wonderful car
robes, couch covers or quilts.
Our fine large pure wool Blankets are exceptional values.
Our wool-Nap and cotton blankets sell as low as $4.00 a pair
and give excellent service
Congoleum Rugs
Large assortment beautiful patters. Get yours now and pay
the easy way
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Klamath Home Supply
Company
1140 Main St.
Phone 894W
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No. 1
4 lb. pot roast
1 lib. lard
1 lb. sausage
$1.00
No. 3
2 lbs. vegetable
oil shortening
2 lbs. loin steak
1 lb. bologna
$1.00
No. 2
4 lb. baby beef roast
1 lb. liver
2 lb hamburger
$1.00
IL1E ASKED
No. 4
2 lbs. Lamb stew
1 lb. lamb chops
2 lbs. good steak
$1.00
Bring Your Pail
Pure Lard 25c Lb.
TERRY'S
719 Main St.
At Your Service 6 Days Each Week
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More Careful Than Your
Hands
The Easy Washer with its wonderful prin
ciple of air suction will wash your most
delicate waists your valued table linen
your fine curtains more carefully than even
human hands.
Mechanically it i3 a masterpiece
See the Easy before buying.
See the Easy before washing.
By all means, see the Easy Washer.
FREE
For a limited time one
year's supply of soap
with the purchase of
each EASY WASHER.
TO THROW FIRST
BALL IT OPENER
Senators Will PI?.y First
Home Game of World
Series on Oct. 9th
WASHINGTON. Sept. 25. VP)
Although they have clinched the Am
; erican league pennant, the Senators
i will place their full strength in the
t field toda; against St. Louis here and
I the re'ilars will continue in the tine
; up during the three game series.
With the I3rown3, Detroit and Chi
cago fighting for the third and fourth
place. Manager Harris said he would
; use the same strength against St.
Louis that he did against the two
; other clubs. When the Senators go
to Boston next week, most of the
regulars will be left behind to put
themselves in shape for the world's
series.
President Griffith said the Sena
tors would arrive in Pittsburgh on
October 5. This will give them the
next day to workout on Forbes fh-ld.
preparatory to the opening chub 01
the world's series, October 7.
President Coolidge, who threw out
the first ball in the opening of the
world series here last year, was in
vited today by Clark Griffith, presi
dent of the Washington club, to act
in a similar capacity October 'J, the
first day the I'irates appear here. He
took the invitation under considera
tion. The president will return to
the city from his trip to Omaha on
October S, thus permitting him lo
attend the opening game If lie desires.
NEW YORK. Sept. 18. (11 Tho 1
American pennant flew UBchslleMM
ul at the Washington must head to-i
day for the second consecutive sea-,
MB.
Clnrk Griffith s senator made
certain of meeting the Pirates in
the world series by sweci, 'tig both
'ends of a dOUbtt header against
Cleveland yesterday 4 to I, unit li to
Z, wnile wto .v.iucuc were kiiru
limbing to the Urowns In an 11!
Inning contest, t'. to 4.
t, Nine games ahead, Washington
can lose all Us remaining games
and still take the flax.
Limiting the Tigers to four hits.
Ratting pitched ihttt-OUt ball for
iho Hed Sox- yesterday 3 to u, re-j
duciug the chances of the CobblttW
finishing better than fourth. Tho
lagers' detent coupled with the St.
Louis victory over the Mackmen
put Detroit iwo and one half games
behind the third place Urowns.
ltahe Rath boat the White Sox
by a homer in the tenth with the
bases filled, making the seoro 6 to
5.
Babe's twenty-first homer of the
tit toil marked the sixth time In his
career Hint he had delivered a fouri
ply smuth with the sacks tilled.
I'it'sburgh. with tho national pen
lant already won, could afford lo :
uffer a shut-out. four to nothing,
.it the hands of the Giants, but
New York had tho satisfaction of
Clinching sicond place.
Hob McGraw. Brooklyn recruit
from St. Paul, allowed only eight
hits. Kppa llixey won his own
game with a single which drove
home the deciding tally.
Diamond Lake Lots
Now Open to Lease
Along the v:oded ami bcatitlfal
shores of Diamond lake, new sum
raer home sites are now open tJ
application arcrtflu.; to recent tin-1
nouncemenl i f Frest Supervisor
far! U. Neal of Roscbur.:, Ore.
The lots which arc 140x180 (eat
In sine may be leased frrm : 'ie for- :
est service for $10 a cear. under a
provision that the permit maiy be re
voked at any time by UlO forest ser
vice. A special 10-year permit mav
ire pro ired by which the lessor is
Obliged 1 o pay ! 1 5 a year.
Th se to whom applications U'C
granted must construct a cabin on
the land, the t.--pn of. which will !io
passed rrn to the forest service.
Cx reasons why
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you s
a Stetson
STYLE:
Stcton is the foftfflOM creator of hat
styles in the world, each sci on lotting1
the pace with a sweeping variety of
correct shapes and shade- a Stetson
to suit any head or Lu c.
MATERIALS:
Stetson Mats arc made of fur cut from
the choicest selection of .' .-aver, Nu
tria, Marc and Rabbit skins. The silk
bands anil bindings arc woven by
Stetson; the leather swc.itbands arc
especially selected.
WORKMANSHIP i
Wor leers of the highest skill, in a
model factory, blow and blend (he
fur. and felt it into hat-, unmatched
anywhere. Bach Stetson ha; i. 'honed
by trained experts-by hum!.
foouia Duy
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QUALITY
The blending of flawless materials
and deft workmanship gives Stetson
its supremo quality maximum of
wear and beauty of finish.
DEALERS:
The Ir.uuhisL ( d! foivMt Hm- i
j;.ven only to ilu- best torc tl each
ootnitt unity The Station di aler rn
dcrs a real icrvicc to (he nuin who
.nt a iM ih.it is both bitun jmJ
becoming
VALUES!
Judged by itytc( quality uid wear, a
Section giVM you more v.due (or yout
oionoy dun i ti.ti t iny otbci fins
nuke it ihe WOfki
Styled for Young Men
STETSON HATS
JOHN 13. STETSON COMPANY PHILADELPHIA
Falls Mercantile Co,
AT THE LIBERTY
A quarter of u century ato one
of the most popular of all stage
plays was "Heart! Of Oak." writ
ten by James A. Heme. William
Fox purchased the picture rlnhts of r"r
tlii.-. stirring drama and tin. screen rlforooa, wa-nrlttl roi
erslon. directed by John Ford, will It .i this purl of Dunnlvan thst
pen nt tho Liberty 'I h-ntre Sunday. Mr. Heme himself played. Paulino
The lendiim role, that of Terry Dun-1 Starke hn the feminine lead. Alno
nlvan, retired sea cuutnln. Is i.loyed I In tho east are Theodoro Von Klt.
by Hobart Ilosworlh. an nelor noted ! who playa the Juvenile Inn; James
hi Interpratatloni of barole, 1 Oordon. nanen Powers. Jennie Cae
mid Kraiicls Koru.
Empire Awakening
Features Klamath
Exhibit at Fair
KLAMATH VLVL FALLS
The rising sun of Klamath, cast
ing its rays upon an Kmplre Awak-1
ening. will feature the Klumuth
County exhibit at the state fair at
Salon) next wei-k.
County Agent fi. A. Uonderadn.
County club Lender Prank Bexton.ll
and County Assessor Y. 'T. Leel
were off to an early start this morn
ing for Srileni where they will work
day and night on the county ex-'
hibit in order to have it in con-j
lift ion for tin? opening day of the!
fair. I
More originality and profusion of
trxhtblta will mark the Klamath ox-:
libit this year than any year In
the past, It is predicted. A remark I
ablo Hoason for crops has yielded to I
the KlamaMi exhibit phoenomenai :
specimens of each proauot.
Coolldgo dog bit another dog. Ho
the other dog can brag about the ,
rest of his life.
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Suits Made to Order 45 to 70
TsssEgsrm&asB&p-
It Pays to Buy from the Manufacturer
Ready to Wear Suits $25 to 45
Wc sell in Klamath Falls at exactly the same prices as we do in our main
store in Portland.
Wherever we go we see some of the best dressed men wearing suits which
we have made. Let us number you among the Brownsville boosters.
Brownsville Woolen Mills Store