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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
For a few days more you can buy
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WE WILL SOON MOVE INTO OUR NEW STORE NEXT JO THE REX CAFE AND UNTIL WE MOVE WE WILL CON-
TINUE THIS REMOVAL SALE ON MEN'S AND BOYS' GOOD CLOTHES AND SHOES
NOW IS THE TIME TO OUTFIT THE BOYS FOR SCHOOL AND SAVE A LOT OF DOLLARS
K K. K. STORE Leading Clothiers and Hatters
Tru I ATI? TOTI ASIFYiFOR SALE Rooming house bust
TOO LAIC. IULLA331TII neM ,CMe and furniture. Best
' location on M!n 8t. Owner going
c.mUMKX BWKBP Pine and fur- east, Phone 52J. 33-35
cleaning; leaky roofs re-
Do It now. Kennedy: pnone WANTED Practical nurso. mono
23-28. 192M. . 23-25
FOR IMMEDIATE ; SALE A first-! TIK ,s TIK LBWOVs
Class iwiv niA wuiuaiwii vv-i YOUR HAY
.aery addition; $1,500. ,A.rcal bar-) mutJ" A
gain. Financial conditions force ,.Ten Tn0UMnd Dollar Hay Crop
ale at oaee. Apply 305 Pine r St. i Burned: No Insurance."
" --! now 0(tcn y0U havo read head
... -. .i j ,i. n.., .., ' Hne like the above. Do they mean
WANTHO To find the first ser-. w 0 you. Do not Instances
geaat of M PW, '"".'fJiHke this teach you the value of pro
fantry. C. M. Alexander, Klamath tectIon tht neceMty for adequato-
Falls. jr insuring your crop as a safe-
- " I guard for you and your dependents?
ANYONK Who has a food dog he fires start easily, especially In bay
would like to get rid of please com- atacks, and they are Impossible to
mnnlcate with me. ft. Wenxel. quench after they hare made the
Klamath Falls. 3-35' isllichteit headway. Ii your hay In
, 'Isured? If not. see me, and let me
fuk haijk a. noraeiori raasu ia. company in existence. Jas. uni-
tgoed condition; 150. Phone 4 &uj. 'coll. Room 4, LoonUs
J3-24 Phone 431.
WANTED To rent or lease 4 or S.'
BOUT ON FOUL:
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Lawreaee K. Phelps, care' Hopston BRITISH LAUNCH
' "". RinrrcT airship
TOR HAL: Four room PlaUtered
house. Call 1228 Oregon Are. or' HARROW, Eng., July 30, (By
phone 47W. S3-2-" jja), Britain's latest airship R-80
(has Juit been given a trial for the
'purpose of trimming and maneuver-
Th fnnri f?nf mums Tuesday In rather than speeding. Faster
morning under an entirely new man- than R-34 by about five miles an
agement. Open at all hours. Home hou the n.g0 u BU0Ut 100 feet
shorter with a gas rapacity of 1,250.-
FOR 8ALB A white Ivory wicker 00 cublc feot aa,Ml ,he ""'''
baby buggy. 526 Slain St. Phone s.uuu.uuu leei
FOR SALE By owner, a coxy four
room bouse on paved street, two
blocks trtm Main. Very reasonable.
N. 3 -aWeveBth St. ' 23-28 !
FOR SALE Modem cottage, three
.roams and bath, located on Pine
street Cablaet kitchen, fully plumb
d, aad cement walks. Dandy little
home far two. Only f 2,250.00; 1500
cash; balance like rent.
J.T.WARD CO. . -PboM
XC 834 Mala St.
The airship has tour motors giving
a total horsepower of 9S0; can aver
age about CO miles an hour and
cruise under full power at 5 miles.
She has been built on Improved de
signs which make for speed, strength
iid', affability, has a stream-lined
hull and can lift about 38 $4 tons
The trial waa carried out without
a hitch and the vessel was housed
Just aa easily as she was brought out
GREEN MJMBBR GRADER Phone
Lajsam Lumber Co., Modoc Point.
VAHD FOREMAN For Heading.
PhasM Lamm Lumber Co., Modoc
Point, Oregon. 22-28
Cbsrle White of Chicago and Pal
Moran of New Orleans are booked
for another meeting, this time at
East Chicago. Ind., on the afternoon
of August 21,
fi6wing4 at tfie.
YOUK LAHT CHANCE TO SEE (
" SEARCH FOR A SINNER " .
It la truly great picture and you'll agree that It Is
her best production
AL ST. tJOHN in "TROUBLE"
A Special Comedy
,mmK OAB1XB la "TsfM INVISIBLE BOND"
"Billy" Huff, Introduced as the
pride of Oregon" and hailed with
fencers by fans at the Houston op
era houso Saturday night, tost the
decision to Bobble Wagner In the
last halt of the second round, when
the deliberately landed a foul blow
on the back of his fallen opponent's
neck. And with the decision he lost
local ring prestige that he had
worked for a year to gain. Manager
Smith said today that Huff will not
be considered In any future exhibi
tions under his management.
Both men and been thoroughly
cautioned by Referee Reed against
"precisely tho thing that happoncd.
But when Wagner tripped and went
down on his hands and knees. Huff
net himself for a swine; and landed
nn opcn-hanilcd blow on tho back of
his opponent's neck.
The house was silent during tho
few seconds that It took Wagner to
scramble to his feet, and even after
the referee raised the Seattle fight
tor's glove It took a long space for the
'fans to realize that the fight was
There was the usual amount of
discussion and dispute and declara
tions that the referee's action was
too aunVmary, and that as Wagner
waa unhurt by the foul be should
have called time for a few minutes
and if Wagner was willing let the
r fight go on.
1 In the writer's opinion Reed show
ed good Judgment. The fighters
had been warned and Huff did not
'choose to listen. Carried away In
excitement he was' guilty of de
liberate foul. It the fight bad' gone
ton and Huff had bested bis oppon
ent, the decision would have been a
gross Injustice to Wagner.
The referee met the situation as
It existed without hesitation, and
while It was a disappointing out
come to what promised to be a well
matched and Interesting contest,
r Reed's action was the only action
'possible for tho good of the game.
Huff stated after tho fight that
tho decision was fair. Ho said ho
did not know what made him strike
the blow, except that ho was oxcltcd
und failed to realize what ho was
Uolng. He said he simply could not
account for bis action.
h. A. rtaatam Beaten
Louie Lyons, Los Angeles bantam,
lost the 6-round bout and his titular
'claims as coast champion, to Eddie
Murphy. The local boy fought a
nice clean battle, and showed good
generalship In the opening rounds
In avoiding his faster opponent. Af
ter the first round it was Murphy's
fight to the end. Lyons was appar
ently not in the best condition, and
says that his week of training here
was not enough to overcome the
handicap of unaccustomed altitude.
Fowl Ioswa Prellmlsuur
The Franklin-Hartley preliminary
was a replica of the main event, In
that Franklin got tha decision In the
second round on a foal, when Karl
ley embed a atlff right ta bis Jaw
while k wa down. Hartley proved
V fast tad clerer boxer and seemed
to hnvo the btst of tho engagement,
althoiiKh not decisively so.
Tho opening mill between Kid
Ortio and Kllry I.oomls was one of
I tho usual futt curtain raltors. II
"went (our rounds to a draw. Both
liuls wore willing and showed con-
A chnllengo was read ut ttio ring
side front Mlko O'Dowd. St. Paul
welter, who wants a match horo.
While Matchmaker Smith Is doubt
ful ot meeting tho terms of the top
notchcr, ho Is going to have a try at
It. "Bod Campbell, weight 112,
wants to meet Wagner, ni does (lor
don McKay ot Salt I-nVe City.
lUg llont Aaauml
Matchmaker Smith took a 7 mlln
Jaunt out to Langell Valley otter
day to see Earl Ritchie, and as a re
sult thinks he has the heavywolght
tout between. Ritchie and "Wild BUI"
Reed for Labor day all sewed up.
Both fighters are eager for the
match. Ritchie will be ln town to
morrow nlgKt, and Smith bulleves
the article wilt bo signed.
THAI-TIP OITIPEH '5 I
tlon. Daniel Hylwster. lieutenant ot
police hero, Is president of the association
SAN I'llANC IHOO, Aug. 53 Traf-j
;flc officers, pullcu chlef,road au-
tlurltlos uml utiiouiobllo association
, representatives from newral purls of
the United Stales urn hare today to
'attend the 1920 convention of the
'Nutlonul Traffic Officers' assocln-
Tim prediction Is made that the In
crease In railroad fares wilt bring
about a shortening of circuits In a
ii u m her ot the smaller leagues next
-HE KNOWS THE TRIALS OF A PARKEi?
SAN KRANC18CO. Aug, 23. Bee
ords for heavy voting in California
will be broken at the state primary
election August 31 if all registered
vctors cast their ballots, as the pri
mary registration totalled 1,252,631
and, according to Secretary of State
Frank C. Jordan, waa the heaviest In
the state's history.
Political affiliation of the voters,
In registering, waa divided aa fol fel fol
eows: Republican, 77MS4; Demo
crats, 282,449; Progressives, 6,674;
19,117. and tho bat
about 2,500. Those who declined to
state their affiliation numbered 143,
077. Republican registration ex
ceeded the Democratic In every one
of tho state's 58 counties.
Interest In tho election Is centered
on a three-cornered race for tho Re
publican nomination for United
States sunutor, the winner ot which
will bo opposed at tho genoral elec
tion Novomber 2 by United Statos
Sonator James D. Phelan, who Is run
ning unopposed for the Democratic
nomination. Tho three Republican
candidates for tho senatorial nomin
ation aro William Kent, of Kentflold,
Marin county, former representative
from tho first district; Samuel M.
Shortridgo, San Francisco attornoy,
and Albort J. Wallace, Los Angeles,
former lloutonant governor.
No contests will be waged at the
primary for nominations for con
gressmen in four of the state's 11
congressional districts. The uncon
tested districts aro the third, fourth,
fifth and olevonth. In the other dis
tricts the voters will have the choice
of two or more candidates on the
SALEM, Ore., Aug. 21. Harvest
ing cf the flag crop here began last
week with a crew of 20 pullers from
Portland- assisting. Tnla snake ap
proximately S00 people at work gath
ering tat flag.
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Calvls Coolldge, Republican candiame for Vice President, Is a
practical farmer ana recently spent Die vacation neiping with the work
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THE PICK 'OF THB PIOTCKM
A NEW ONE EVERT DAT
H. W. POOLE, Owner IlOtiEH D. TOIlltEV, Musical Director
,, HALE HAMILTON IN
A farce comedy of bluff and business
A FINE STORY OF THE WE8T IS
"THE VALLEY OF TOMORROW"
It la by Stephen Fog and waa filmed at Lake Tahoe
Tha star la big William Russell this Is another pleturo that I will
personally recommend and Liberty patrons kapw what that means.
Ht W; POOLS
ThaMjjj Bur cobm on yWMadyiii
"LA BELLE ROUSSE"