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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 29, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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5gJk n. faarta Street.
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Tht Associated Press It exclusively
aa titled to tht ase (or republication
ml ml uwi dlSMtehes credltod to It,
r aot otherwise credited la Uta
Mir, aad also the local news pub
FRIDAY, OCTOItKK t, 1WM
7rae Blue Americans,
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Bam .aLnuauam SBM LnVmLnunTI
hftrting and Drill
1k Msal' bay ' aeon t organisation
kali a drill meeting last night Ik to
Baaement-Of the hfetbodUt church.
eoat Master, Paul O'Cowd, and mi
Termer mil sergeant Is tho U.' B.
army, vu la charge of tbedrlll.,
The 'company, 5 ft rone," paraded
nrlor to the meeting and marched
4awa Mala, street with the precision
4 ease of veterans. V
Af raSaflisa-u'- ! J?mit
VilsaSajfUa? :! fmrntmrnJ ' . Ratharford know, that
, t , fmna9m tn 'JmUmia Vrekea4ere la her rl whea
K "lH: birt'f (7 itfriHHfr her friend's 'Kmn.
Ta. h4r of Terreaee afaeSwlaar,
leva atayeraf Cat, was tUaWlrnesV
at tamer JUthmore here., this
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TO IE LOSER
Probably the nation or persons re-
poaalble tor the theft of Mm. Al.
Rutherford's chicken jeiterday did
aot know how deep an outrage ho,
or they, oom.mll ted. The Herald la
going to tell the story, In hope that
It meeta the eye of tho guilty per
son, or persons, that conictence will
lead them to reitttlulon.
Mr. Ratherford, who la more than
70 yean old, Uvea la the Orlndale
district. Her huiband 1 aaUo past
70. She brought a box of chickens,
ralue 110, to towa yesterday for a
cataomer on Johnson avenue. The
iy would hare meant a lot to the
U couple, who are getting old for
hard work and depend entirely for
their living on the predate of their
IMUe farm. Ufa tar them la a rather
The womaa tor whom the chick-
eaa were meant waa aot athome,
aad Mrs. Rutherford tied herhoree
la front of another trlead'a house
aad went Inside to rest aad await
her- customer's return. IVhea the
cam oat, the brave oM way fond
hex, chtcekat aad tht rope with
which 'they were tied la the vehicle
an beea takvaa away. It
only a Utte Imagination to picture
her despair the money that the had
worked aad waited fer aad counted
apea tar weeks aad months gone.
U may have beta' the criminal ae
tie of setae one old eaengh to know
t better, or It might bare beea a
thoughtless trick of youngsters, but
wont the guilty person, or persons,
plaase return tho chickens or send
Mrs. Rutherford the money equiva
lent that Is so badly needed.
V Later A lost ad was Inserted. In
the Herald today by the Sunset
grocery, stating that . a coop of
chickens was picked up In the road
near the White Pelican, and la
awaiting the owner's claim at the
The 'circumifancea point to the
probability that the etaker of the
fowls became frightened and aban
doned tbem. If It was a Hallowe'en
prank; It was In poor taste,
. nfM. IswkadMt ol.tha wfi
.Wtfcee to seTVthey
' JoneV hai.rtVJwemfcn-
cay tat araaa council and thou-l dJdatea ter the sUte assembly In the
iM the city's laaabttaaisV i. - i 'eevnlar election.
Rawing at the.
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WILLIAM S. HART
HU. Latest Production,
This picture bad to be substituted at the last min
ute for "The Toll Gate," which wo have advertised,
but you will find It ono of his jcreatcst pictures.
. Do You Know
That we have new pool and billiard tables,
a new sanitary fountain, and a new line of
the best candy you have ever tasted?
That we are the Klamath Falls representa
tives for the famous Rio Tan cigars?
That you are always welcome at t r
THE LAST DAY
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YOUR ATTENTION IS PARTICULARLY CALLED TO THE IMMENSE RE
DUCTIONS WE ARE MAKING ON ALL WOMEN'S COATS AND SUITS. ALSO
TriE DRASTIC REDUCTIONS MADE ,ON MILLINERY. ( ALL OTHER ITEMS
LISTED ARE MONEY SAVERS, AND.JYILL INTEREST MANY. REMEMBER,
ONLY A FEW OF THE MANY BARGAINS ARE STATED HERE.
THE WOMEN'S FASHION CENTER
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$2.50 Ribbed Top Pare
SUk Hose '
50-inch Serge, Navy
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$7.50 Velours, all col
ors, including the
54-inch Velour Plaids
Dress Ginghams, fine
quality, per yard
AH Women's Coats, f including
Plush and various weaves of Cloth,
consisting of Bolivia Velour, Silver-
tone, Goldtone, Velvetine, etc., will
be offered Saturday for One-Third
off regular price.
The Suits, including Yallma, Broad
cloth, Tricotine, etc.; also will be
offered for One-Third off regular
All Trimmed Hats
Every trimmed Hat in the store will
be offered for One-Half price.
All Shapes will be offered for One
All Beavers and Plushes will be
offered for One-Quarter off.
'Lanii tU& Towl.
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70 inches wide
Women's Fleece Vests
Pequot Tubing, 42 and
45 inch widths, ,
TEN PER CENT OFF
New lot of Kid Gloves,
Kayser Gloves, Cham-
osette and Silk lined
for winter wear.
Women's Night Gowns,
Regular $2.75 for
, Regular $3.50 for
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