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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 13, 1920)
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THIEVENW9 HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
You Couldn't Ask for Better
Values Than These
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Hart, Schaff ner & Marx
Fine Suits at
$51.00 - $59.50 $63.75
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WE'VE reduced our prices on suits that
were already selling below present whole
sale figures. That's what we're doing for you
to beat the high cost of clothing.
You can figure it out for yourself exactly how
much you're saving. You know all about the
clothes. They are
Hart Schaffner & Marx
very finest spring models; lively styles; all-wool
fabrics. - V'.?
This is a combination of high quality and low
prices that you can't beat.
Coovrlsht IKO lUrt Schaltocr & Mill
" I AINT MAD AT NOBODY "
The home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes and Florsheim Shoes
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WOODLAND. July 13. It U be
lieved that Miss May C. Hershey, who
died here on June 29, left an estate
ranging close to $250,000.
LODI, July 13. According to the
I -local branch office of the San Joaquin
county norucuuurai commission, mis
district will bare a 90 per cent fruit
crop this year. This Is exclusive of
the grape crop, which will exceed this
LINCOLN, July 13. Luclnda Ora- ikb-iva. Juiy u. a. large iore
I flra tia haati rarfnsT ttr (ha noir
B.u. .., . .. "-'""-! three daya on Dillon creek In the Sis
and well known resident nere, aiea
upon his face. In the center of a trail,
whero he had evldontly dropped
sometime Thursday evening, Frank
E. Wall, well known rcsldont of
Ilackerby, was found dead Thursday
afternoon by Mrs. A. Harvey.
Thursday, aged 67 years.
ALTURAS, July 13. The citizens
of Alturaa purchased a new landing
field for aviators. It la to supersede
the field adjoining town. The new
(told Is 1,40 by 1,000 feet In dimoa
slous and coatalns 45 acres.
klyou mountains near the Oregon
line, and appears to be growing.
WILLOWS, July 13. Mrs. Bettle
Cloud Patton, wife of H. W. Patton,
who died here, bad been seriously ill
for two weeks.
OROVILLE, July 13. Lying flat
OnEENVILLE, July 13. E. E.
Smith has sold his large ranch In the
north arm of Indian valley to W. 8.
Qulgley and L. L. Wing. The prop
erty is to be divided Into two ranches.
NORTH SAN JUAN, July IS Mrs.
Caroline Madrlll of this place, one of
the old residents of fhe county, died
at the home of ber ton bare at tbe
advanced age of 87 years. Mrs. Ma
drlll came to California in 1855 and
made ber home in Orass Valley for
LOWER LAKE, July 11. A fire
broke out on tbe Colonel Pry ranch
at Thurston lake, burning Into tbe
ranches of Dr. Bullock, Dr. Olsagow,
W. Relckert, Mrs. Trempers and An
nrown, a native of England, 72 yoars, Cork wus used by tlitt Roman nan-
old, died at the homo of his daugh
tor. Mrs. John Kltzicnrald Thursday
night. Ho had resided In Yolo coun
ty slnco he was 24 years old.
dol-makera fur solos, nnd they some
times applied It vory thick to In-
creaxo tlio stature of llnne ladles
who mIMiuiI lo ha thought tailor than
thny really wore.
QUINCV, July 13. Mrs. Elisabeth
A. Thompson succumbed last Thurs
day to pneumonia. Mrs. Thompson iZ
was 84 years old and an old settler In 1 T
Plumas county .naving made ber resi
dence In Meadow valley for many
8U1TH AKK F1I.KO
Screen Door Complete stock on hand
Window Screens Made to order, read for delivery
Bay "Made in Klamath Falls" Products
LAKESIDE LUMBER CO.
a suit for divorce has been filed in 1 X Klamath Ave and Center at
the circuit court by Clara Day agVuit' 2 Phosw 128 X
rrea k. nay.
Louis Bradford filed salt to quiet
title this morning against Jane Dee
Bcbadde and Jennie Roe Sbadde.
COLUSA, July 13. "DarWdeyll'j
Ben Nelson, the performer who was
Injured at the Fourth of July celebra
tion here, has succumbod to bis Injuries.
WHOLE With or
If sugar is high or scarce, can with
out It In Kerr Economy Jars which
keep all fruits perfectly because they
seal AIRTIGHT. The wide mouth
admits peaches and other large fruits
and vegetables whole; Including corn-on-cob,
fried chicken, etc. Easy to
seal with aanltary gold-enamel cap
and wire clamp bo robber rings at
all bo mould or spoilage. Your
dealer has Oenulne Kerr Economy
Jars aad Caps or can get them from
Marty iswhirt. Write s for Free
Heme CaamUg Recife Book. -
, KIM CLAM MFtt. CO.
' wtossiassL dim. r Lea Aaastea. CaL
RED BLUFF, July 13. The offlco
and plant of the Red Bluff Sentinel,
a dally afternoon nowspaper pub
lished here, was damaged by fire
Thursday night, Victor II. Werlhof,
editor, today estimated the damage
at from $2,560 to $4,000, based upon
tbe salvage values of a typesetting
machine and tbe press and other
REDDINO, July 1$, Fred Mar
tines, charged with the murder of
Santiago Vage, whom he is alleged
to bare killed with a blow of his fist
Is s local bar oa the ail ht of Jane M,
late Friday afteraooa WM fceld under
hoada la, the amoaat of f 1;M to
faeo a charge of aardr
woodland, J"fr M, Albert
v TERRIBLE STRAITS
PARIS, June 19. (By Mall.) The
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Mon
tenegro maintained In Paris by Nich
olas, formerly King of that country,
has Issued an offlclul communique,
quoting the newspaper "Ropulillquo"
of Belgrade concerning tho Burblan
occupation of Montcnogro. The
ortlclo says: '
"Tho peoplo of Montonngro nro
naked and havo no shoes. They are
too weak to work and oarn a living
becauso a majority of the population
has had llttlo to eat for tho last eight
months or more. Many infants nro
dying and the children la many
cases have Ijoen unable to go to
school because of weakness. This
economic misery which Is indescrib
able is aggrirated by tbe regime of
the authorities of occupation, main
tained by force and corruption. The
oppsessors, seat by tbe government
of Belgrade, excite tbe people to au
ger, thea kill them. Those who are
not kllleij are throwa into rlsoa."
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Queea Wlsebeth of'Baglsad was
very foad both of receivjag aad givf
tag ftorta aa preaeaU,
The coolest and best ventilated tkeater in
By Special Request Holding Over That
Wonderful Picture D. W. Griffith's
"THE FALL OF BABYLON"
'ttpeclal prices for the laot showing of this wonderful picture, SO-SSc
Two shows tonight 7llB and B o'clock
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY
The Robertsoa-Cole star, Hensuo Hayakawa, la
" THE GRAY HORIZON "
Dea't forget toalght If your last chaace to see "The Fall of Babyloa"
at reduced friose, SB-aSo
TWO SBOWai TUB AND t O'CLOCK
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