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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH PALLS. OREGON
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TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR HALW C room. bBMnlow!
built In features, modem In rry
nwixici, garage; garni term, in
qulro 304 N, 0th. 3316
about 6 font.
WANTKO 11 mo do your transfer
work; reasonable rate; also,
block wood delivered IR per cord.
Phone 20VR or laqulre 1410 Kargont
nBlllNll RODfr-Alfklnili. of re
Wiring; niw rod M-da to order.
H. Y. Haste, 182H Plnaaaat AVb.
' ' 333
roil flALH On paved etreet, now
four room1 bungalow, Jyl right for
two people. Call 1447 Warden Ayn.
WON $10,000 FOR '
A HHA1. HOMK-UKK HOMM
VOR flALB C room plastered bba-o,
largo room, nie location, 3 good
Ute, fruit nd efcade tree, berry
bathes, abruba tad garden, Jlatb,
toilet, link, lavatory, pantry, built In
kitchen cabinet, buffet, fall basu
Mont and a "well lawn. Price f MOO,
J. T. WAKD M t.
I'liono STf. H34 Mnln HI
Out of town owner milieus to dis
pose of dcslruhlo Improved liuMimtii
property; Spring street. Itnllroml
Addition, lot 19 II, block 7. Deal til
rtirt; no annul. II, A. Kindred, EUR I
(Irovif street, Oakland, (!ul 23-2'J
KOIt HAM: Cook stove, 340 Lin
coln. Call after, t o'clock. 23.25-
POSITION WANTKO sVtypl-t or of
fire girl. 3 years -ixperlMiro, Ail
iIhmm lloi It. J. Herald office.
Tlin Indira Missionary Hoclnty of
tint Klrnl Christian church will glvo
n "Hllver Tea" Thnraday afternoon
at tlm homo of Mm, J. M, Kvaas, cor
ner of Kill and High fit. The mem
bers are especially requested to bo
present and the friend of inn cburcti
sssBMrr l '?S-3fsbm
PRIZE V 'L
f Tffiiii ...
PAItADIHK, .Ifino 22. Ground ban
Iiciiii broken for tho beginning of the
foiiritlnlnii of tint new $27,500 Chlco
bl;li nrliinil liruiuli Tim work will
piiHlu-d until l In j imlldlriK Ik fin
irlmd, iw It Ih liiti)iid-d to liccln the
next tirm of xcbool In llio new
VltKKA, Jiiiiii 22 Df-utli clnlmcd
U ft liiijrneK, n prutiilr.i.'nt nttorney
iitiil polltklmi of Hlxklyou riiunty.
Tht- dunilM! I'limii ut 10. ID a. in.
WOOIII.ANII, Juim 22 ferry
Mlciilo Ih out of Jail under 110,000
liondii (ivmltliiK trlu I on a cbufxe 'of
iiiiirilirliir; Alouxo IlltnUoe In Cobura,
Kci.tiirky, In 11106. Thin In accord
iru: to n luller rerclvnl ty Hhcrlff
.1 W M-urmi from Dcpiitr Bbcrt
1 II Jiim-H of WIIDamfihurr. Ky.,
wlio cuiiii) to Wooillund to return the
conleimeil murderer to the point fof
irlul . .
I.Ofll, Juiik 22 A lurlokd of 1idi
rlKirrlcH oll lit Mlnnrapolln for
tfi inn rro-H, tlm hW:h-ft prlrn ever
(mill for u Klmlliir Milpinvnt of thin
fruit Ire in (.'ullfonilu, uirordlnK to
lorul withorltlvM One crowcr bud
HI 20-pound lioxf In the -tilpmcnt
lliLl kuvii lilm a net profit of 11.0C0
Ttvciity-piiund Iioii'h of IlInK cherrlee,
u purtlciilnrly cliolre variety, brouKht
10 25 each.
ItAllOAIKH IN I!KW OAKM
One 1920 Model llethlohem 3000
pound truck, electric IIkIiIm and
Ntarlvr, run uliout KQ0 mlltut, good
on new Price $2000. One Ford 1
ton truck, pneumnllc tlrm, ehock nit
norberri, engine driven tire pump, Al
conditien: price 1900. One Ktudo
baker light delivery truck, 2r.0.
One Dodge touring rar, $1100. Ono
llulrk tnurlnc rnr, IU.0. t:. l Me
IIANfOltf). Julie 22. Taking the
witiK-HM Ntuinl III hut nn lielinlf, Wll
liuni J 1'iirlnH, poHtinuiiter of IK-uth,
Nevhdu, on trl.il here for murder,
, I told how iu killed Clurciice It. Katsn,
IVInblin rarH-iiter, a rival for bin
wlft-'H affection KoMm-k reiterated
That three rouni men won th "! nfer-iloii l..i wan alleged to nave
110,000 offered by the Republum mitd to an Klkn, Nevadu, newrpuper
National Coiumltlee In the pirn bll ri,ruury
form lutfixtlon conteii limtt' .1 I
to young men under 26 year ? "
age Carl fimlth Jonlyn of Hpnnr- ( HKIIKKI.BV. Jun.i 22. Jeett W.
flold. M.. a nrit wlnnlnu .Adaiue, HR, former :overnor of Ne-
asssMgsrz. i i- - jr tt-
13000 W I" Kmltli of Ann Ar J J O'llrlen. Jatnea Hood and other
bor, Midi., wan third the awnri imaKtiateH if tlm Coumtbck I.ode days.
Mini iiooo Ail are college ,m ,1(,M, ,11)r,.
huu mii wriwi iii uiu wiif I i4'r
aucieitloua will b written ti
tha Republican pl.t form
mlttad to tba Cblcigu lonttn'
Only Six More Days of the June
Sale, of Coats
THERE remain, but six more dayn in which
yob have the' opportunity of purchasing
one of these charming Summer" CQatS at a re
duction that will mean a considerable tAving
"" Every Spring and Summer style is included
, in this extraordinary sale. Both the nobby,
short-coats designed for sports wearlike the
one' sketched and the long; graceful coats
favored for street and evening wear are
offered at price concessions ranging from 10
per cent to 50 per cent " '
Children's Unionalls $1.50
The nationally known Lee Unionalls for
children "just like Dad's" made of strong
khaki cloth ; with' drop seat; sizes up to 6 years.
' Just a few left Bought some time ago, to
sell at" $1.75, which is very little less than the
present wholesale price they are remarkable
values at $1.50.
you are looking for value.
MAIlVr.Vll.l.K. June 22 I'rof It
Hill, who for tlm Iut two term
jliiiH r.llfil tlm ponltlon of agrlrultural
liiiLiriiriiir in Uiu Mnrvsvllli- high
William.. 36 Main Ht . pbann J.J r;urM M ,,,r ,l(Mm rr racers- rlmol, hue given l.otlre that be will
and proOln ny tneao eipenencee. r, ttrn to toko tnu principumnip ui ine
Don't fall to read Undent ad. If Hit m mr any n" "" " I.yon county high nchnol nt Yerlnc-
A,,V Monal woman boa fora;oU..'r" w ton. Nevada. Iluulne n.xt fall.
man headed toward the aame goal. I
havn never como In contact with It. U)DI, June 22. K. A Humphrey,
, . , , . . . . Tb-t. ! tbn reaaon I nan wobjoo J(fu mMia5r ,or tht. Kar, Frn
.Xr'V,U :,er'V,;,a.t.:d tlo W0k" . the ..I, tut In the e mpuny. returned from Initial vul-
Htnto Convention at Bnlom. July 22, work that helpn ono to ondemtnnd j,y While In tlm miutlurn port of
23, 24 will romu beroro thn lidgu Work and lov axn the two great (li, Mut) h) )0U.nl 320 ncrrB of unrn
Tburmlny. Juno 24 All memlier.i formallvo foctont In tho development JC ( H0Utll,.ai)t ,,, ,ttk,..
nro reque-ted to lie prenent to neidt nf n womnn'it career, ,'.,, ..n.i. i, . um ,.i. ...v..r,.i
In thone arrangement. No woman who In i-erlou-ly work- field, on which !. will plant m-vernl
O, A. IIAYDK.n. 'inu nt anything, jum nit no wnnmn 'arn tliH ut uiiH! nnu nine grap-'ii
fill ASS VAU.KY. June 22 John
Cumow was narn-d president of
the Oruiet Valley chamlivr of com
mirni ut tlm firVt meeting of th
board A II Mooter wan nck-ctvd a
Thcntro VIC nrw,j,.nt.
U'tlllli Is WHAT i) NTH
II) Ihid Keiuii
(DorlH Kinne, AumrU" ;renli"tii
uiuotloual 3t'tieiM. nun In lirllii;.iK to
tlm n-ri'Oti, InroiiKii I ulled Artntl.i,
tho grrntcHt Iomi otory ivr uilttiju.
"Iloiiianio," In a l..en lnor of her
aw. Hlii lum niiiiteiiliid to write n
KurleH of uitlclet' In womciti, which
wu are pretentlng dally.)
...i.'.. r.ntiv invnu. ran slvn place In
her heart to nn thing ! than the
hlghct Ideal and appreciation of
what every other woman In. doing
NOTi: Minn Kennti In her nm
ttmilnii nlcture. "Itoiiinncti. n
United ArtlnU' production
nppe.ir nt tho Utterly
1 have oftwli lienrd of women not
llkliig woiimii, iiliuut the cutty thlugn
they ay nod tlm 'unkind tlu.iK limy
.In fl.t till rt'i'tl .tllt.irl. U'tlll'tl i.ltlS
ho Htrnngii, ji-l I havo imVer ttttvn .. , . ,,,,, , , ., n.,v
. , , , , ,. , Mm. I'leitBunl II Idelirund. uf Oak
.woiiiun who worked, who iHii'l.keen '" ,
and eager In her a,..eel,.llO.. of, "' W "' ll " "" "
4,vv4VVVwww4w' IIAKKKSriin.l), Juim 22 ltoy
ADDITIONAL I'KIIKONALU 4jWolf, convicted ef murder of KImor
A4444f444 ' ' Oreer, -May 20, arrived here Saturday
linoniliu; from s.in gueutiu, was re
H'nteuccd to death by Judgo Howard
A. IV Mm and iiturted on Ills return
trip to Uiu death cell at noon.
Tlm exo utlon will take place In
not Iibh than Ui) dnyit and not morr
Dr. Kltiunda. a well known OaK
lnd -utgeou, Is u vUltor In Klamath
Mr. und Mrn Orunt Nel-on hnvo
rnturiivil from their wedding journe)
and will ho ut home to their friuudit
)hut utery other woman sho workn,
hu'n tried to do. Till lypu'uX voiuan
lit universally willing to help.
Iljlian 'ytlt toVoftVi (o Ut'leiUtotf, tho
JenlouHy.llmt ju uiipoiii'il to, li In
ovltuhlo (Jory,wll,Afl. ' luddu'd'"'l "hnyo
mot only iriendllneji imtl 'njiprcfu
inn anil unecium. i
liUKluohH and plea -u re trip,
T. It. I'uttumon ami Krunk Orn
lirau'l worn county sent, vlltora (rem
their ranrhon In tiv.nu I.ako valley.
II. !:. Ilradlmry tinlsy ;ur.lled his
'Mniwv Mlf theno womtin'vUvo kuc fnr,,",1 ""Wl'luiiro of, the Democratic
(('uuloil mid Ih'tilr muocchii lilitkeM them
nomlnntlon iih uttiqiulil) man from
Dipron1miv.i till tlm muro, oV'tlm hho.," ,"r,,cl ,u ,no mry of -late
rlilercH ono bun tea muUii to gut any. ,"- NotWrallnn of 1Kb tinml.
where In wlmt one uiidertitluiii,
Tlielrit may lmo liemi tllHiui'iolnt
tuiint, lint their own unrealized am
hltloim havo iiiudo tliuiu no Iohk big
In' their feollag for a fellow-worker
who htia met nuuceAH, whorb they'taco
It In alt ii gnmo and Klncu worlc In
Uio only thing Hint countB, and n:ic
rllleo nml wholQ'honrted ilovotlou to
oiio'h art, any tilt woiiinn taliee her
nnllon was inielved ! Mr. llradhur
II.MIV IIOV ItOII.N
IlKKIcrA, Jun 22 More than
100 women and girls are employed
In the Ilumo cannery here, packing
the 1920 crop of cherries.
Some cf thn women und girls em
ploy) d am milking us much as ftj a
A 10-pounil hoy wim horn lait
tilulit to Mr. und Mrs. Henry Semnn
al their homo on (ho Merrill road.
Tho lltllo fellow Is ,tn lie nitnietl
. , AT SISTER'S FARM
SATURDAY NIGHT, JUNE 26
ALL NIGHT DANCE
HIGH CLASS JAZZ MUSIC
I , LVEKYtSUUY WELCUMt
QUINCY, Juno 22. -On of the
largest jollow pino treon ever felled
In I'lum.iR county wuh that on tho
sale area of tho F. S. Murphy Lumbar
eompan near tho Thamp.ion ranch.
I.lcven logs with ii seal of 12,110
hoard feet wore cut.
The log from which this Boctlon
was cut was tho necond logVn tho
treo mid tho diameter of 'tho xtump
was 0 ftet 8 IncliMH. A count cf tho
rlngH on tho stump tdtows that this
treo v.-ns npiiroxlmntely 25S years
olds tho mmhI of which undouhtedly
commuiiccd to Hprout about tho llnio
that tho Mayflower Imuled u I'ly
mouth Hock in 1C20.
MAItYSYH.LK, Juno 22. Kred
rium, local Juuk dealer charged with
maintaining a public nuisance, has
domnnded n jury trial In tho pollco
I'lum la carrying tho record fdr
frflijuont arronts, having twice before,
witliiu u purled of 10 days, faced tha
court tor infraction of a local ordin
ance governing his business.
YOnA C?ITY, Juno 32. Tkroufbl
fingerprints ten oy tne Burftara, on a,
Every Yard of Silk in Stock at 1-3 Off
Sale Ends June 30th
We wish to impress upon you the fact that this remarkable sale
includes every yard of silk on our shelves. The very newest of this
season's snorts silks, the softly tinted crepe Georgette, the lustrous
.satins and rich tafettas everything in silk fabrics may be had at
1-3 off the regular prices.
$11.50 Sports Silk $7.67
$ 8.50 Crepe Soleil, $5.67
$.6.50 Baronette Satin....$4.37
$ 3.00 Georgette $2.00
$ 2.75 Crepe de Chine.. ..$1.84
S3.50 Satin $2.37
$3.00 Tafetta $2.00
$3.00 Poplin $2.00
$3.00 Messaline $2.00
$2.50 Plaid Silk $1.67
During thn removal of our
china and crockery dept. wo
Uncovered a lot of coal-oil
lam pa, with large glass oil res
ervoirs and brass burners, for
merly priced up to J2.00
special al Vi off.
Wo have Just milo.uliHl a for
tunate purchase of Axminster
rugs. Tho patterns aro very
attinrtlve; slzo 9x12.
Considering "prfsvnt quota
tions In tho Knntorn markets,
175.00,1s a sey reasonable
prlco for rugs of thl- quality.
Announcing the arrival
of a shipment of the
" Caloric "
These fireless cookers
come in both the one or
two compartment sizes;
the' interiors are lined
with seamless alumi
num, 'the utensils are
made of the same sani
$32.50 and $55.00
Special Sale of
In order to meet Summer's
demand for cool, dainty Illousej
a group of georgotto creation
hare been repriced at f 5.00 al
thcush tho original price was,
In many instances, as much oj
Tho colors Include white,
flesh, bel,o navy and black.
Almost every ono Is cleverly
embroidered with silk floss, ac
cording to tho provaillng mode.
f Indow pano nt tho Mngrudvr resi
dence, and prints left supposedly by
hu same party on a screwdriver used
at the homo of Pr. J. Hurr in a futile
attempt to gain un entrance, Sheriff
jion Manford hopes to apprehend tho
persons who ribbed tho Mugruder
home here! Wednesday night. An
expert from thd' stuto Identification
bureau procured tho fingerprints.
HAMILTON CITY, Juno 22. A
Mpark from a Hamilton-Colusa freight
train Ignited n grain field belonging
to Frank Weston, five miles vouth of
Sri.vciilv.flvn ncros of barley was
dOKlroyod together with CO sacks of(
making as much as $4. SO n day. attaches under ono head. Tho coniul
Adults aro earning- is or utorti. pr( geiteral' declared that they overlap
day. T,bo, peach harvest will begin ped'and were tho causa of confusion
later. I and a detriment to efficient senrle.
"Buslne firms aro frequently em-
ni'D I1LUFP. June 22. Then r .' "maura ny iioi Knowing mo .UUC-
ators of tho United States forest bervt,,on8 f ean "lcIal.M ho added, after
ico patrol who nro flying from this Pa'ln tribute to Dr. Klein. , "They
baso under tho direction of Captain do not kn,ow wnou - 6 Yo
W. Ifoovor hnvo discovered 20 fires """o1 conceive u groat American
In national forests In tho past two. -""Inr-M concern sending two ropre-
weoks, It was announced hero.
KOSUVII.M., Juno 22. I.ouls K (
J sues, orphan, who worked his way
through high school, has boon award
ed tho scholarship of fated by tho
Women's Improvement club of Hoso
Vlllo to tho most deserving boy or girl
graduating from that institution.
LOS ANanLKS, Juno 22. Levy's
cafe, for 30 years a gustatory land
mark, of Loa Angeles, and known to
many thousands of the traveling pub
lic, jpnssod out of existence when It
went under the hammer at auction.
WINTERS. June K.-f-The apricot
harvest U ,at IU height now, and
many local vedple are engaged In the
tentative down hero to perform the
same Outlf. It would bo a wasto of
effort nnd cxpoasa. Tho United k
States government should havo a cen
tral organization for tho perform
ance of nil duties In connection with
forolgn trndu. I do not caro whether
tho functions nro taken away from
'tho consulate and given to the com
mercial attacho or whether tba com
mercial attacbo Is placed under tlu
I authority qf the consulate. My only
I1UKNOS AIRES, May 25, (lly -tutorcst lu thta is that tho work tw
Mull). Consul Oenoval Hobertstm done by a singlo authority nnd net
was applauded by tho United States two."
Exporters' association of Iluenos
Aires whon at a luncheon recently, ho
ilnMnrtwl thnl thnrn nhnlllfl tin 'hilt mini
outhorlty lit forelg countries to rep
resent tho United States In forolgn
The luncheon waa given In honor
WARSAW, May 21. (Ry M.U1)-
A troaty wob signed Jh Warsaw' re
cently betwoen the frco city of Dan
zig and the republic of Poland, aa
of Dr. Jullua Klein, United 8tate8(gUring Danzig of a liberal supply of
commercial attach, who la rotlrin-n provisions Until tho new harvest 'li-
from the aervlce. He was asked by return Danalg agreed to send to Vttfl
Mr. Robertson to urge on hla return
td the United Statea the necessity of
placing the commercial and financial
land S00 tout fit sugar, marmaJauii
many local people are engagea in iaoj placing me commercial ana nnanciaii . . o "i
vifofk. 'fCUUarin if yeara (Old areunctlone of conaula and commercial ' A Olaralfled At wU sell It. i IS
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