PAGE FOUR TMIIHNIIAV, MAIIl'll a,, THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON K. K. K. STORE'S FRIDAY & SATURDAY SPECIALS ISJi; m m y Wi & SI MI 1 ii ?L-( ra 3 ,? 4 u rm B TSJ At s 1 M m I m Rmxltfw-KuKMl Cktlm Suits reg. $25, Friday and Saturday JJ4.85 to buy these fine suits at this exceptionally low price, so get yours T Oregon Cassimere This is the last chance you will have Levi Strauss and Can't-Bust-'Em overalls, pair, $1.75 50c Leather-faced Canvas Gloves 35c 25c Canvas Gloves, two pairs for 25c $7.00 and $8.00 Work and Dress Shoes . . $4.95 $8.50 to $10.00 Dress and Work Shoes . . $6.65 20 per cent off on every Wool Shirt in the store 25 per sent off on all Mackinaw Some extra good bargains in Dutchess heavy-weight all-wool Pants Every Overcoat in the Store on sale, at a great saving LEADING CLOTHIERS K. K. K. STORE LEADING HATTERS BIG CLOTHING MAKERS STRIKE IX CLEVELAND. DEAREST PUBLIC .CLEVELAND, March 20. Forty thousand workmen In forty mens clothing factories here have struck tion of their Union and a thirty per create for yourself. Some time one Have you seen our watches? Well, we got a lot of 'em, and clocks, too, and we have the time to show you. What about you? Better! see our stock before you buy. MONH A Y A TI IFSr A Y The time you have is the time you "'"'" w -w --. U. of O. RAH! RAH! First Appearance University Glee Club cent increase of wagC3. NEXT WEEK GREEKS ROCT IIOLSHEVIKI. SALONICA. March 20. Greek . mb lAAnA, l T3n1aWAl1r Ata tally.. ii.nco uici "15 i.vfiouc..i uik r.- J.l,. -, n.Ai-osHnnttrin 4 uuu h ucia;i o ... . at Kherson northwest of Odessa and hcve advanced about twelve miles. it is officially announced. They cap- j lured many prisoners and much ma-1 terial. I the thief of time. We need your aid. McHattan, 605 Main street. Knox Hats 20-2t ' I K. K. K. STORE. policies of the Travelers. 1-tf TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY; -in.rj-i.ri ri "iiiriri. "n ii ifi " needs help, and then, George, you 'need a diamond, so dash over and see i ours, as we can arrange for you to be a permanent pie-card for from 25l The coming of the University of 'to $1000. Oregon Glee Club is the chief toplo Every day you get younger men- " "" "" - 1 Of 1-llUtl 13 UC1H& UltlM3 lu bit. the bos a rousing welcome and a good time. Though the University Glee Club has been an institution for many years, never before has Mamath u.Lu inciuueu in lis itinerary. ii,tui ath Falls u ill show its appreciation by giving the bos good houses on next Monday and Tuesday evuulngs. The personnel of the University Glee Club this year is as follews: Lyons, Muggins, Parriss, Ilnhanell, Mathleu, Grey, Spangler, Stearns, Peterson, White, Evans. Hopkins, Morrison, Howard, Smith, Doust, Johnson, Osborne. This Is the best glee club the Uni versity has ever had. They are eigh teen handsome fellows, good students i ) NOTICE I All members of the committee, .who were appointed to participate in the reception of Mrs. Gilman, State I President of the Woman!' Rellpf rVirna Frldav r.rp reauested to meet Ask Cliilcote & Smith about the nt th Hall in the Odd Fellows' LOW COST life, accident and health building at 2:30 Friday afternoon. Get measured for -our Spring Suit ut 0-2t K. K. K. STORE. Remington firearms and ammunl- FOR SALE Practically new Sonbra tions were awarded Grand Prize at and good singers. - ,PftW --.-. Parisian Millinery Shop Does not stand for "High Price," but it does stand X for as good, honest worth i as you can find in any hat made. X Distinctive style in hats ;j; that appeals to every wo- ? man's personality. ? rsei S.. 7 Beauty Shop in connection Manicuring Massaging Scalp Treatment Shampooing wwwwrt WftwiV.WMV with records, chiffonier, writing Panama Pacific Exposition. 19-12t desk, stand, rockers, d. chairs, rug, m electric cook stove, heater, dishes, A & hot tuD Datn l8 refreshing. books, etc. 715 Main st. 20-tf At tne Hot Springs Bath House. 19-2 Serviceable School Shoes For all ages of children from Kindergarten to High School. The two cardinal points in the selection of chil dren's shoes are: First Correct Fit; Second? ' Sturdy Wearing Qualities. This is, however, not so easy as it sounds, as years of experience are really required to deter mine just how growing feet should be fitted and just how to strengthen shoes where the wear comes hardest. We offer to you our years of expert study on these very points, and ask that you entrust to us the care and safety of your children's feet, as well as the protection of your purse. We are agents for Mrs. King First Step and Buster Brown Infants' and Children's Shoes. By giving generous support to these concerts, Klamath Falls will be assured of annual visits of this or ganization. It 519 Main St. 4444',. WOOD Some nifty new Htylca in joung men's suits Just arritcd. 20-2t K. K. K. STORE. PEPTONA WILL HELP YOU Now line of bojn .shirts mid blouses Just received nt 20-2t K. K. K. STORi:. I MMrXWWVWVWMWMWWV Place jour orders for next winter's supply of wood early. See Pc)ton within the next few necks and arrange for jour next season's requirements. Our customers insure them solve the erj best quality of fuel by ordering earl), thereby allowing us the time nccensary to properly cure the wood. WOOD MUST BE PROPERLY CURED This curing Ik vcrj neccnuirj, if the best results are attained. r The Place they are particular about Fitting UNLIMITED SUPPLY If jour requirement are largo, mi are pioparcd to sup. pi j j on and gl j oil sen Ire, as our supply is unlimited If or. dercd early. Youis for Rig Business O. PEYTON Successor to KLAMATH FUEL CO. I'liono 112R T PUTS' THE "PEP" into run down hj stems. It contains organ ic Iron, Malt. Manganese and Cod Liver Oil Extract, medicinal agent extensively used as a tonic and strength builder. Valuable for en. rlching the blood, for aiding the as stmilntion of food, and for building the health generally. If jou lme trouble recovering nor inal health after grippe, cold, bron- chitis or influenza; if jour blood In not up to standard; if your food as slmilatlon is fnultj ; if you are tired or run down, then job need PEP TON A to help jou. It is our bent I tonic; it is pleasant to Jake, and con ily tolerated by even the most sensi live stomach. We will refund your money If it doc not do jou good. 81.00 a bottle. FOR SALE ONLY BY Star Drug Co. Klamath Falls Oregon 4 FOR CHINESE NOODLES TAMALES CHILI CON CARNE Arnold's Chili Parlors Corner Sixth and Klamath V )B- jSoipvj puv (uajyj Suijpoig pus 8ut -uvop 'SuisXq 'Suuaiiy ,8uutdaj 'BuiUBap W DNINVTD I f 'd paujn)9J A'pduiOJd oq IM Xaij Aijunoo at) ui j; laqioQ jnoX iLy Jl40M ',ae PUW ,3:!Jd H8!M 'l9AIaa 334 j 11VD 11IM M3AIMO ONV '0C 3NOHd ONINV31D MOJ S3H101D ONIMdS MOOA iiinO 130 I MOTOR CAR SALE Now being conducted at Vancouver Barracks, Vancouver, Washington, by the n Ti Jtucolfc JtmmdJM? DANCING Private lesions in Select Ball room Dances at the OPERA HOUSE Every, afternoon, 2:80 to 8:80. By Appointment. Phone 181 MR. FRED KILLENDAHL INSTRUCTOR Keep a Watch Running True It's a muchlno, you know, and must bo cleanod altd oiled A tenth of a drop is all the oil that should bo applied. That will Inst front 12 to 15 month". Thon tho watch must bo cleaned nnd oiled again. Let Upp do this for you and, barring iccldents, you will havn a watch that runs truo for a lifetime. All work Is guaran teed for a year, and prices are economical Frank M. Upp JEWELER Sit Main Street Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty Phonographs L United States Spruce Production Corporation Motor Trucks, V2 to 5 ton, $1,000 to $4,200 Trailers, 2'2 to 5 ton, $400 to $1,000 Fords, $300 to $450 Also a few passenger cars of other makes. All cars carry prices plainly marked. Come and see and buy t For further Information address Automobile Depl., Hale Hoard, United StutcN Spruce Pro I dm tion Corporal) Ycon llltlg,, Portland, Ore. : The HALLMARK St, BW People's Market PRODUCER TO CONSUMER A Large Variety of Fresh Fish and Oysters THROUGHOUT THE LENTEN SEASON Oysters, 50c pint All Smoked Meats at Reduced Prices Special Extra Special flreakfuht Hacon .... 4Br Lon Bacon Backs IMr '' 3c Sugar Cured Shoulders ..8Hc Compound Lard Sn.lO 82,00 No. 10 f m , N". 91.00 No, n 9I.W Phone 83 534 Main St.