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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 26, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Clothing Sale for Few More Days Only
IF YOU ARE PLANNING ON TAKING ADVANTAGE OF THESE
SENSATIONAL PRICES ON SUITS YOU BETTER HURRY. WE WILL
CONTINUE THIS SALE FOR A SHORT TIME ONLY. WE ARE OF
FERING OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF MEN'S SUITS FAR BELOW THE
PRESENT MARKET VALUE. WE ARE REDUCING OURJ STOCK
REGARDLESS OF PROFITS OR VALUES. YOU CAN BUY A GOOD
SUIT HERE FOR THE FOLLOWING RANGE IN PRICES.
TUESDAY, JULY M, 1M1
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Suits that were from $25.00 to $35.00, now ...$16 85
Suits that were from $35.00 to $45.00, now . S26i85
Suits that were from $45.00 to $60.00, now . 13485
Suits that were from $60.00 to $90.00, now .. $44.85
We have an excellent assortment of styles, patterns and sizes to choose
from. Come in and let uet us show you these exceptional bargains whether
you buy or not. Our fall merchandise will be coming in soon and then we
will have to go back to the regular prices. Don't put it off any longer, come
K. K. K. STORE, Leading Clothiers
X f OUTING? AND CAMPING TOGS OF
DESCRIPTIONS FOR BOTH
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
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The Evening Herald
Published Jally except Sanday, 6y
Ta Herald Publishing Company of
KJamath Falls, at 119 Eighth Street.
Entered at the poitoftlce at Kla
math Pall. Ore, for transmission
tbroagh the malls aa socond-clast
The nathes of Papua fool them
selves Insulted If they are not taxed
! A hippopotamus eatn 300 pounds
of food dully
KOH SAI.K- 1919 Konl Touring,
four speed trniismlsslon scat cov
ers now top, large stenrliiK wheel.
Demountable rims, good tires, now
paint A bargain Klamath Kali Au
to Co 221 Main Ht 26-30
327 MAIN ST
The Associated Prs-s ti ezelaslrelr
atltled to the use for republication
et all news dispatches credited to It,
r not otherwise credited In this
paper, and alio the local news pub
TUESDAY, JULY SO, 1931
yZin.G 1 1"
AT OUR REGULAR
SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE
EVERY HAT AND BLOUSE AT
ONE-HALF PRICE NO RESERVE
Make lliat Idle dollar work!
It In tlio bunk.
NEW TODAY f
KOIt UKNT 3 room furnished apart
ment with bath. $6.00 per week.
SIS Pine Ht Kellogg House 36
l WANTKD r.lrl to assist with house.
work and help care for2 children
SOS Conger Ave Tel. MR 26-27
'FOR SALE 1-1030 5 pass. Ford.
) A-l condition same as new. elec
tric starter, all new tires A uargaln
Klamath Falls Auto Co 334 Main
FOIt UKNT Furnished
apartment, I'tiono -73J.
FOIl HA1.I A-l paring business
Forced to quit Hnap to right man.
Will trndo, what hare you? Hen IHck
Clli & Klamath ave. 36-39
FOIl HAI.H-1920 Dort. run less
than 1000 miles In A-l condition
Will take For.) car In trade Klam
ath FjIIs Auto Co., 331 Main Ht.
The "lUliy Superior Fly Trans
are here ami I hey sell for two-hits -
WANTF.I) -Passengers for Portland
and way points for Monday morn-
Ins:. August 1st Furo $16 60 Phone
joj or 37 6W. 36-1
Have doctor bills and catch that fly!
before It gets on tho baby's bottle I
A good bed and a good bath at
Colonial rnniti. Ilfh near Mnl. 01
W II Hose, at 906 Main Hi hn.lnml nf fntnnlni nn. -if iv-i.....'
' 36-37 Ave All outsldu airy rooms, 36
citizens of. this city. Including Col.
Thorn ell Mullally, William J. Ben
son, Walter Chowen, J. Frank Bar
rett and Jos. O'Connor.
Twenty thousand rcople will at
tend the public reception, which will
include an excellent entertainment
programme, band concert, organ re
cital and dancing. Addresses aro to
be rendered by the representative of
President Harding, Goernor William
D. Stephens, Muor James llolph. Jr.1
Archbishop Edward J. Manna, D. D
SAN FRANCISCO. July 26. Kin-1 Supreme Knight James A. nsneriy
nl detail of the elaborate programme Supremo Director William P.
to bo presented tho 20.000 visiting! I-arkin of the Knights of Columbus,
delegates. Knights and their ladles, j Tho programmes for the two days
to the 39th annual International su-l following will also bo of an elaborate
Turks Fail in
SMYRNA, July 36. Tho Turkish
attempt to recapture Kskl-Shehr and
Ineunu has failed. Severe ksses
were Inflicted by the Greeks. One
entlro Turkish division was cap
tured. The fighting lust IS hours.
Turkish casualties aro reported at
6000. The Greeks are following
up their advantage energetically.
JFOR SAt.R Ford speedster A-l
j condition. Bargain at 1370 Klam
iath Falls Auto Co. 324 Main 36-30
FOR .RENT One housekeeping,
room, one two room cabin, furnish-
cd 1113 Pine Phone S6SR. 36-37 I
FOIl SAl.lv Modern j room house
I with bath. Good bargain If taken
iat once See owner at 709 Main Ht
MAMMOTH FRUIT CROP
prccie council of the Knights of Col
umbus, havo been worked out Jointly
by the citizens' committee and "Cas
ey" general committee, the complete
programme having been adopted at a
meeting of both committees. Altho
tho formal business iesslons of the
supreme convention will occupy the
dates August 2, 3, and 4, the enter
tainment programme will commence
Saturday, July 30th, and cover a
period of an entire week.
According to tho programme that
has been outlined, the first day of
tho formal business sessions of the
supremo conclave will bo the most
brilliant date In the gathering of any
organization In the history of this
city, leading to tho grounds of the old
mission Dolores church, tho oldest
cl)urch In this city, having been erect
ed In 1776 by the hardy Franciscans.
Here, on the grounds of tho beautiful
Tvotra Dame convent, next the old
mission, pontifical high mass will be
celebrated by Bishop P, J. Keane,
coadjutor-blsbop of Sacramento.
Archbishop Edward J. IJanna of San
Francisco will deliver the sermon.
Following tho ceremony of present
ing tho keys of the city to the sup
reme knight and visiting knlgbts, by
, Mayor James Rolph, Jr., nt the City
Hall in the Civic Center, tho initial
business session of the 39th supreme
council will take place nt tho St.
Francis Hotel All business sessions
of the Supreme Convention will bo I
closed affairs open only to third and
fourth degree Knights of Columbus.
The magnificent programme plan
ned for the night of Tuesday, August
2nd, will be under the Joint direction
of the citizens and Knights of Col
umbus committees, headed by Harry
I. Mulcrevy, chairman. Other mem-
borsof that committee are prominent J
nature, including sight-seeing tours;
theater parties. Mt. Tamalpals excur
sions, picnics, tens and social func
tions for tho ladles making up a busy
round of entertainment for the cn-f
tire week or the supreme convention.
VISAI.IA. Cal., July 26 Tulare
county canneries hno opened what Is
expected to bo tho biggest season In
the history or tho pucklng Industry
hero. Vlsalln's three canneries, alone
expect to put out close to 600,000
cases und a million cases of peaches
Is expected to bo tho now record for
the combined establishments.
Illrdseyc Maple drewer for sale
cheap. Phone 133W 36-38
WANTED TO RENT 3 or 4 room)
houso or apartment furnished or,
unfurnished, must be clo.o In No
children Phono 19311 36-381
Female Employment office 711,
Walnut Ave 36 i
WANTED (llrl for general house
work. 319 High St. 36-30
FOR RENT Threo room furnished
apartment with bath Also sleeping
room. 631 N. 8th St Phono 113J i
Relatlvos are contesting the wilt of
Mrs. Albert Todd, n St. Louis woman ,
who left tho bulk of her largo estate)
to found a homo for homeless dogs.
PL'IILICATIO.V OF SUMMONS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREOON, FOR KLAM
Arthur B. Reynolds, Plaintiff, vs.
Amy I,. Reynolds, Defendant.
To Amy L. Reynolds, The abovo ,
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF t
You are hereby required to appear
and answer tho Complaint filed I
against you In tho above entitled!
cause, on or before tho 7th day of I
September 1921, that being the last,
day within which defendant Is allow
ed to answer herein, as fixed by the '
Court for publication of summons ,
herein, and If you fall so to answor, i
tho plaintiff will apply to tho Court i
for tho relief prayed for In the com-
plaint filed herein, to-wlf For a
decree of tho Court that tho bonds or
matrimony now existing between '
plaintiff and defendant be forever
This nummnnx la niilillshnd In Tlin
Evening Herald, a nowspaper, pub
lished nt Klamath Falls, Klamath
County, Oregon, by order of the.
Honorable D. V. Kuykendall. Judge
of said Court, dated July 25. 1921.
directing such summons to bo pub
lished not less than once a week for
six successive weeks.
Date or First Publication, Is July
ONolll and Irwin,
By John Irwin
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Post Offlco and Office Address. No,
128 North 4th Street. Klamath Falls.
Are You Prepared?
FLY-TIME IS HERE
We have a large stock of SCREEN
DOORS in three designs, to fit all
regular door openings.
These doors are made of clear, kiln
dried, California white pine cov
ered with the best grade of rust
proof, galvanized wire, and put to
gether with hardwood wedge dow
els a patented process which
makes an exceedingly rigid door.
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST
BIG BASIN LUMBER CO.
"Everything to Build With"
Phone 107 Main & Spring SU
Change in Milk Prices
Klamath Falls, Ore.,
July 25, 1921.
Beginning August 1st. the following will
be the prices of milk delivered to the peo
ple of Klamath Falls till further notice, all
who use tickets will pay the new price when
purchased on and after July 26. All parties
holding old tickets will be furnished milk at
the old prices until tickets are used or tak
1 t Milk Dally, 30 days .. .
2 it Milk Dally. 30 du)s " ""
3 (ts. Milk Dally, 30 das
4 qtit. Milk Dally. 30 days .
1 pt Milk Dally. 30 day
. 2 lu
H I'l Tublo Croam Dally, 30 days
14 P( Whip Cream Dolly, 30 day
I. nt t'renm llilli- in .im...
', HV lMn . . .. ...... ... ... ..... ,
1 ot Milk and ',4 pt. Tublo Cream, 30 days
J Tl Milk nil W Pt. Table Croam. 30 days
1 at Milk and 'i nt Whlo Crenm. .to iv.
2 'its Milk nnd V4 pt. Croum-Tuble, 30 days .'.'..' "J'.'S.
Single Deliveries From Wnonn.
M pt Tablo Cream . . .,
14 Pt Whip Cream ... c
1 nt. Milk . . ... "
Tho nbovo prices will bo strictly CASH. wTth'lO "days' i'lin'o nl.
lowed for collector to call upon you. ' mo
Wholesale Prices to Restaurants, Hotels and
i gai or more, per gnllon .
Ba.' .1f,rcoCrra,n' lH"'" Ver gallon -. .".""."'
1 gal. Whip Crenm 33, per gallon
1 gal. Separated Milk, per gallon
1 gal Buttermilk, por gallon .
Pints of Milk llnttlod, pint
'A Pint nt Milk Bottled, per pint '
The nbovo prices to tako effect Monday. ' AUBut
-. .u 1.1BU11 mi a weoKiy payment.
Monday for tho previous seven days.
Wholesale Prices to Peel Rooms and
weokl'y.W"k " ' B""n 9C P' "' " 36C ,)nr a"nn- 1,n'n,"
Prices to Stores in Bettles:
10c pot qt y, pt. Table Cream 17, "4 pt. Whin Cream 'e
A chargo or 10c vslll bo made lor all bottlos Thn inn wiiiT.!
returned for the bottle If returned with a ticket. . '
PREMIUM JMIIIY, Phono 22-F.a.
All bills duo on
If It's Loose
We Will Move It
O. K. TRANSFER CO. 124 &