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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 4, 1920)
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THUVWW HttALP, KLAMATH f ALLS, OMOOW
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If only you cduld hang
your feet on the strap.
Your poor' tired archc carry a
toad all day that nature never meant
them to tarry. Shoe make bridges
of our arches. They carry the
whole weight of your body without
support. In time the arches break
down. The first symptom is ex
treme wcarincM, and often paint
in the leus and back. Take warn
provides the suaport nature intended
your arches to tare. By distributing the
weight of ourbodycrrnly ore. the feet
I lite stain is avoided and serious conse
quences averted. You can walk, cbnre or
tand without becoaiij; ktuutunltjr tireJ.
Vie r.M Adjustable Arch Builder it
Dot an ord jury metal plate arch support.
It ii a fcatlicrligbt, flesibU, all leather
device that on be adjusted to fit r-"
arch by simply arncgiaj the iaserts in the
pockets so that they feel cornfortsMc.
They jire ioitant aaJ permanent relief.
If jou lure been nearer ordinary arch
supports charge sad get a pair of Witard
Arch HuiUen. II)- eraJual adjustments
at home, voi- can bujd up your on aicli
to normal, nub. cue and co.iifjrt.
:cOOKKI FOOD SALK
Saturday afternoon, starting at 1
o'clock, the ladles .of St. Paul's Kpls
copal co ltd. Ill hold a cooked food
salo at Johnson's furniture store. A
big-variety of cooked food will be of
A Claasinad Ad wlU sail It.
Fruit, Shade and Ornamental.
Is the Time to Order.
I PERSONAL MENTION I
Allen Watkor, ot Ashland, U visit
ing In this city with her sister, Mnry
Judge Walte, Inspector of the
Dnnker'a Mortgago corporation, and
well known to ninny avthe father of
the town of Sutherland, .Ore., loft
for 1'ortUml this" morning. Itn U
rcry much Impressed with tills coun
try and It futtiro outlook .Mr.
Watte Is a prominent stockman,
specialising In fancy breed of sheep
tnd cattle", and a strong Prohibition
ist, fighting the Demon Hutu whom
ever ho find It.
Mrs. O. B. Campbell, accompanied
by her lufnntidniightor, has returned
to her home at Lorell.i.
John Sudaru;. who ramo hero
Tuesday on buslne., returned to his.
home In Sacramento tl-ls morning
tit emit Donan, who has boon vN-
Itlng hero with his sister. Nan Sal
mon, loft for hU home In Portland
Mr. and Mrs. K O. Mills and Mr
Mrs. Hearse U Humphrey motored to
Ashland today to attend the Shrln-
Mrs. Jennie Hunt left thM morn
ing for Multnomah. Ore.
! Ieroy Saaaders was m pnvungcr
on the morning train to his home In
Long Beach. ;!. While, In this city
Mr: Saanders was the guest of the F.
M. Upp family.
'Charles Moore, who has been vls
ltlng his "mother here for. the past
month, returned to his home at t.a
Crosse. Wash., today.
t Mrs. A. C. Johnson left for '.rr
home In Macdocl this morning. Mrs
Johnson came to tilt city to have
her eyes treated.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis tlradfoi't ind
daughter. Maryelyn, went to
Ashland this morning' to attend the
Shrlners' ceremonies. Mrs llrmt
ford intends to remain In Ashlnnd
about six weeks.
Hugo Johnson was a pasentrer on
the morning train to San Princlsco.
Cecelia McMahon left on a com
bined business and pleasure trip to
San Francisco this mornlnr. From
San Francisco Miss McMahon will go
to her home in Portland.
Mrs. P K. Hannon. who wys seri
ously Injured about ten days ago
when her horse and buggy was run
down by an automobile drlrcn by
Scott McKendree. was taken to the
Blackburn hospital yesterday.
One Day More - Saturday
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The Woman's Store
HAS A BIG SURPRISE FOR YOU ON THE LAST DAY OF THE
Never before has the public taken to much interest aad beea se eater to buy as at this Unloading Sale.
The second and third days brought larger crowds than on opening day, which proves we have more than
lived up to our advertisement When we state prices will NOT be lower we base our opinion on informa
tion we receive daily from reliable jobbers and manmfacturers. Again we say BUY NOW.
Suits and Dresses Must Go !
nivoRe: suit hkahi
High class,Suits, our regular stock. This season's
most attractive styles and fabrics. Sold today at
less than replacement prices. Tricotine, Serge,
Poplin, leading Spring Colors.
$115.00 Suit, priced special $69.00
$85.00 Suit, priced special $60.00
$75.00 Suit, priced special $57.00
$60.00 Suit, priced special. $48.00
$50.00 Suit, priced special $40.00
$40.00 Suit, priced special $32.00
. $35.00 Suit, priced special $28.00
$30.00 Suit, priced special $24.00
Women's and Misses' Dresses of Tricotine, Taf
feta, Satin, Crepe deadline, Georgette and Trico
lette. Many beautiful styles in this lot Some are
embroidered, others arc braided. Also beautiful
assortment of new style evening dresses.
$100.00 Dress, priced special.
$85.00 Dress, priced special.
$75.00 Dress, priced special...
$65.00 Dress, priced special..
$50.00 Dress, priced special..
$40.00 Dress, priced special...
?iu.UU Dress, priced special
$30.00 Dress, priced special $23.50
$2a.00 Dress, priced special $19.75
Testimony was taken yesterday In
Vciwithf divorce action of Catherine M. I.e
, (Jary against Frank Le Mary and de
cision or the court is pending Plain-
Mr, S. It. Jordan. Klamath county tl1 tMtnpd tIlat defendant had been
representative of Albany Nurseries, . ......,.,. ,l,
VAXUM. Ore., has been In ihU local- "u"' and hart Icft hor- W"K now
Jty.severcl weeks and has arranged ! Seattle andjefuilng to contribute
for a flno shipment of fruit, shade, 'j her support ."-'" .
and ornamental nursery stock to be
shipped Into Klamath county this.? itti"tkiv in uU
fall and next spring. On account of 1
the serious shortngo stock should 11 '
ordered now. Anyone who las been All KJks requested to meet at Elks
orer-looked should getln Jffluch with'Temple at 1:30 Sunday, June 6. to
Mr. Jordan before hi- affrrture In attend the funeral of late Drother,
the next few da. fdill'at "OTlGco. T. Ualdwin.
Washington St.. phope 57SJ. M-S O. W. HOUSTON-. E. It.
Voile Waists consisting of
values up to $1.50. Your
100 pieces plain and fancy rib
bons north up to J 1.00 per
yard. Special for .Saturday.
Very special assortment of
Camisoles, lace trimmed and
nmbroldored Vuluu up to
13.00 Hpeclal for Saturday.
60 dosen Ladles' Fine Cambric
corners. Values up to 35c.
Special for Saturday.
ALL PREVIOUS UNLOADING PRICES REMAIN SAME DURING SATURDAY OR AS LONG AS
QUANTITIES LAST. BUY NOW FOR FUTURE.
H. N. MOE, Proprietor
Where Everybody Goes
KIUIUV AMI fUTl'smtr, JUNK 4TH AXD 3TH
Olad) Irf-wlJc In
"thk MinxioiiT imini:
Iitl ju knun u girl ran be legally niisfried on swotbrr srlrlN
larriitg Ucrnw? Rt-e
"THK MIDXIOHT IIIUDK"
And n ttood (tomedr. Aln PaiiUgan Vaudeville
NAMl'KLH AM) PA VIM la ' FAMILY AFFAIRS "
A Hrreamlnsx Comeily Act
OKORGf' HTANHIiOW sad hU ACCORRIAN
DORTHV FAV AT THK PIANO
Two ) HHOWH. First at 7. Sscoad at 9.
PATROMZK YOUH HOME THKATKRH ,
COMING SUNDAY U1LUAM FARNVM la "THK HPOII.KIIS
Hr Hex Beach
inOHKHT STANDARD J1RODUCTIONH
TKRWILLIGER PAglCK,' PROPS.
TODAY AND SATURDAY
Marguerite Clark in
A WIDOW BY PROXY"
(A Paramount Artcraft Picture)
A light comedy of the Rollicking type for which
Marguerite is Famous
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
Katharine McDonald ,ia
"TflE TURNING POINT"
vi 'kATfNW BVKRY DAY
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DROWNING VICTIM (POSTMASTER FOR
BURIED AT ASHLAND BLY OFFICE WANTED
Funeral services of the late U. K.
Shepherd, who was accidentally
drowned near tlcnd, last Saturday,
were held at the homo of his parents
at Ashland on Wednesday, interment
being In Mountain View cemetery.
Services were conducted by the Ma
sonic, order, the deceased having been
n member of Bend lodge No. 139.
Developments indicate that the tra
gedy occurred fblle on a fishing
excursion, accompanied by two com
panions, crossing what la known as
Suttle's lake. The boat became un
manageable, and Kale attempted to
swim to shore. His companions clung
to the boat and were rescued after
nearly perishing. Medford Tribune.
ITALY NKKDS COAL.
OKNOA, May 17. (Hy Mall.) It
aly Is ho short of coal that a com
pany has been dredging out of tho
harbor the precious mineral that Iiuh
fallen overboard during yearn ot
coaling operations In (lunoa hurbor.
This reclaimed coal Is soiling for tho
equivalent of f 120 a ton.
AUSTRIAN ARMY IS
FILLED TO LIMIT
AT THU 1IIG TKNT TONIGHT
Last night the Macy-Ualrd comed
ians again filled their big Tont Tuca.
tre nnd the aeughted audience en
joyed every minute ot the pretty
comedy-drama, " Marlon Qrey." Our
friend .Toby, was (here and It seemed
like one continuous laugh. The same
play will a repeated again to
night, and those who enjoy a dandy
story, well told, and a thousand
laughs, don't want to miss "Marlon
Grey." Tomorrow night "The Call
of the Woods," a gripping malo-dra-aatle
story of tha Oreat. Northwast
Caadlaa.'woaaa.-'wl!l .fea srhraa a
The United SUtes Civil Service
Commission has announced an exam
ination to be held at'lleatty, Ore., on
June 26, 1930, as a result of which it
Is expected to maku certification to
fill a contemplated vacancy In the
position of fourth-class postmaster
at that office, unless It shall lfi de;
elded In the Interests of the service
to fill any vacancy by reinstatement.
The compensation of the postmaster
at this office was 276 for the last
Applicants must have reached
their twenty-first birthday on thel
date of examination, with the excep
tion that In ft state whnrn wnmon am
declared by statute to bo at full age J
for all purposes at eighteen years,
women eighteen years of ago on the)
date of tho examination will be ad
Applicants must rosldo within tho.
territory supplied hy the postnlllre
for which tho examination Is an
nounced. The examination Is open to all cit
izens of the United Stales who can
comply with tho requirement.
-Application blanks, Form. 1753,
and full Information concerning the
requirements of the examination can
bo' secured from tho postmaster at
the place of vacancy or from the.
Unjtod States Civil Service Commis
sion, Washington, D. C. "
Applications should ho properly
oxocuted and filed with the Commis
sion at Washington, D. C, at 'the
earliest practical date.
VIKN'.VA, May IS, (Ily Mall.)
Recruiting for the new army that Is
to replace tho Volkswehr under the
terms of the treaty of St. Germain
has reased, the allowed 30,000 men
having been enlisted. It Is said that
70 per cent of the force arc Social
Democrats In spite of the attempt
made by the opposition to prevent It.
This Is duo to the falluro ot the peas
ants to enter service in tho province!
where tho conservatives looked for
heavy enrollment to offset the Indus
trial centers. Many ot the provinces
falling to raise their quota, natives
of tho defaulting provinces residing
In tho cities were .enlisted and sent
to their home stales.
Ninety cents on the dollar at the
Watt Kad. Oroosry.. Adr.
rum rice op thi piotcrm
A NEW ONE EVERY DAY
H. . POOLH, Owner HARRY HOIIEL, Maatcal Director
"Cheyenne Harry" Carey in
"A GUN FIGHT1N' GENTLEMAN"
A ramplmj, murlmr, rolllcklnu rmimnro ilf alto Wtvtt, that ulvc
Hurry Curry uuuxuul pMirtunltl-K in n rugged, virile part.
1 A Lion Comedy
"AFRICAN LIONS AND AMERICAN BEAUTIES"
A REAL PICTURE "SOLDIERS OF FORTUNE"
Not a War Picture
MATINHR EVERY DAY
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