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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 29, 1920)
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L K. K. STORE'S SATURDAY SPECIALS
ONE-QUARTER OFF ON BOYS' SUITS
ONE-QUARTER OFF ON ALL OVERCOATS
FIFTEEN PER CENT OFF ON ALL SHOES
SWEATER SPECIAL Heavy-weight Jersey knit sweater coat,
regular $5.00 value, tomorrow $2.55.
UNDERWEAR SPECIAL Men's natural gray shirts and
drawers, regular $4.50 the suit, tomorrow one-half price, $2.25
IT WILL PAY YOU TO WATCH THE K. K. K. STORES SATURDAY SPECIAL SALES
LONDON. Sert0 (Hy Hall)
The bawtoClMCKaceman oa the plat
form of the. (Kazan railway station
In Noseow'demradeJjaftlMtOO rubles
for unloading fronvvjafrVthe bag-
wiage of 16 British adiem and Toe
Associated Prea correspondent when
they arrived hi Moscow la July after
m Jouraey frwa Siberia, across Rus
la. It had takes If iajawtes for blm
4 and a dosea ether asea' to do the
t The Britlak officer 'were prison
era. Thejr had beea Member of the
allied railway orgaalsatioa In SI-
beria under Joha P. Stevens, the
Americaa eaglaeer. and hada been
captured br the Reds at the fame
time aa Coloael Blunt and hit party
of Aattrleaa engineers at Nova-Nik-
olaevak, Siberia In November 1919.1
namoi?" Tho names were given.
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you, Teter and Nicholas and your
compalons," said the eommUnar
when the nsme bad been written.
you all are under arrest. You" lire
The Americans had been released and' servants of the state and you have
left Russia through Vladivostok, but no right to ask money for your
the British officers wero sent to Mos-, work."
cow. I There were violent exclamations;
"One hundred thousand rubles for! frenzied waving of hands; tearful,
unloading luggage!" exclaimed Ma-1 exclamations that the dally ratloi
jor R. K. Vlmey, R. H.. ranking offl-.of black broad wouldn't keep a mouse!1
cer. "We can't pay It; we're prison-alive. 'Oread Is 1000 rubles a pound,'!!
era; we haven't the money." And he
appealed to his bolshevik guard.
"Who asks 100,000 rublea for un
loading baggage?" shouted the bol
shevik commissar la charge when In
formed of the situation. "Show me
the mas," he demanded. He .was di
rected to the group of baggagemen.
"I'll pay you 100,000 rubles," he
aaldsarcastlcally 'Yes. I'll pay you.
seechass," using the Russian word
Indicating time, present or future,
usually some Indefinite hour In the
distant future. "What are your
Never before hss there been
so many delightful opportunities
to purchase the prettiest of the
season's wear at prices that are
way below what the wholesale
costs were just a year ago.
M mm "On tittnilrih thnti.anri ?
rubles Is 10 pounds of bread for each !
of us. Long ago, before the great war, '
10 pounds of bread cots only halt a1
ruble and what la that for handling
a foreigner's baggage."
But the baggagemen went to Jail
for speculation; the British officers
went to prison for counter-revolu
tionary activity In Siberia, and the
American reporters went Into house
arrest for being in Russia without
permission Only the bolshevik com
missar remained fere
Points That Count in Pharmacy
Many people do not consider the relative methods of drug
stores. This is due to the fact that they are not in a position to
study the various points of contrast.
For your convenience we enumerate some of the things which
should apply to the drugs you buy.
Drug Should Be Pure Drugs Should Be Carefully
AH our drugs are bought A cbmpoundinf U
with regard to quality. donc by experienced help.
Drugs Should Be Fresh
SUBSIDY S. S. LINES li
TOKIO Oct. 29. The government
bill for the granting of a state sub'
Special prices on .
' Children's Coats
H. N. MOE, Proprietor
sidy on steamer lines, Introduced In
the recent session of the Diet, hn
been approved. The lines to receive
a subsidy Include the new lino' to
the eastern coast of South Antrim,
the new line to Java and Vangkok,
with Singapore as the center of the
route, the new lines between Shang
hai and South China, im the atten
tion line of the South Amnrlcn.i
western coast service.
, The steamer service to tho ealem
coast of South America which In at
present maintained by both tlin Nip
pon Yusen Kalsha and Osaka rfhnson
Kalsha, Is to be extender after next
October under the suln'tllary aid of
the (rtato, the service to ho incrrahcil
to ten voyages a year. This will be
maintained with nix, trainers, each
of about 6000 tons capacity.
The steamablp service on tho west
ern ocast of South America, run by
the Toyo Klsen Kalsha, Is nt present
bi-monthly with three steamer nch
of 9000 tons caplclty. The nervlco
Is to be enlarged and made .". monthly
service with six steamers of tlio name
Lew Cody, the "he vamp ad;
homo wrecker" (in films) Is consid
erably worried these days, boys. Tlin
address book has boen lost, and Low
,1s offering a substantial rowurrt for
Its return. Lew should not worry
I that the finder will appropriate it
for bis own use, cause past per
formances , have the "fair '" sex"
throwing focka at the rest of us,
after they moot up with Lew.
We order drugs every week,
and while in stock they are
stored so as to prevent deterioration.
Drugs Should Be Sold at
The prices we charge are as
low as goods of the same
quality may be had for elsewhere.
DrugM Should Be of Right
All drugs which we buy are "
assayed so that we guaran
tee their potency.
Everything at our store is as it should be. You can place the ut
most confidence in our goods and our methods will surely appeal
to you. We want you to feel at home when you visit our store,
and if there are any service features which you think will add to
the efficiency of our service we'll welcome your suggestion.
Our Parcel Pout Service Appeal to Rural Residents,
Familiarize Yourself with Your Family Druggist
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BUY THEIR DRUG