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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 29, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
rlllDAV, JUIiY 20, 1021
The Office Cat
707 Main St
Phone 341 W
A dainty assortment of
Vestees just arrived.
All mail orders promptly
Phoenix Lisle Hosiery
Phoenix out size Hosiery
Phoenix Silk Hosiery
Mled. SHOP IN KLAMATH FALLS
ll'n plulu miiiio inon n ro mil iiuulu
of ilHHt, elmi tliny would dry up onto
lit wlillii, miy Kultli Anihroito.
Klrnt IIiiIIiIiik Ileuii-
ly "Tlmt dremuniiker
M J tint won't nonil mo my
cTO now liiithliiK nltlt I
SBSSE ,liuvn written tu her
HOC. llutlllllR Ill'llll'
ty "You nIiouIiI hnvo
onrlnned n ntniupuil ami iulilreni'il mi
vnlopo for It " ItutKorn Ncllnon
'To, whut In tact?
"HI kIyii )oii an lllimtratlon, noil."
Ye, pa "
"Tact I what prevent n Kroy
tinlml mnn with amrlnklcil fueii from
romlnillnf a youthful lookltiK woman
In n knro-lrriKth nklrt that they uaru
hoy nnil girl together.
No .Vol Ono
"Turn Iho iiIkIiI trnfoni ClirlMniiiH
Anil all through thn honno
Nol nn ejcKMioK wni ntlrrlnr,
Nor hope of a hoiibi' "
Mr nml llrr lnml)
Ml Mnry (Irmly, forty year old,
of No. 20 flavoy Hlreot, South, Knit,
hroka hnr rnm when nhn llppet iin
alio a coining llerkelcy Mreet
Illll Welm ayn now that lint dear
Rlrln' nklrtn hnvo reached Iho well
known knro, ihoy need no riding con
tum to ride 11 motorrjclo or bicycle
Ynu never eo a bird looping tho
loop anil tumbling around In Iho air.
That' lircauiH) Iho bird In no fool,
Who'll HWrt Din IIIiIiIIhk?
I'rotn IxKal Dally
KOIl SAl.K Cheap net of faliio teeth,
upper and lower, mndn by Ir. Illhbor
of Hatport. They will not fit me,
and ho will not, or cannot makn thniu
lit. T.J. Ilartnolt.
An I'nrmnlonnblc rln
To live In n town
To mako n llvlnje off of It and out
To educato your children in It
To get everybody you poialbly can
out of It
Anil put abnolutoly nothlnit Into It.
And also the most
stylish and best of
J. E. ENDERS
6th and Main St.
Preliminary Styles For Fall
Presented by Andross-Glover Style Shop
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY AN UNEQUALED DISPLAY OF BEAUTIFUL
FALL MILLINERY, CHARMING NEW DRESSES AND SUITS.
FINAL CLEARANCE SALE
ON ALL OF OUR SPRING AND SUMMER STOCKS OF WOMEN'S AND MISSES'
WASH FROCKS, SPORT COATS, SPORT SKIRTS, SILK PETTICOATS.
8ay U)r. William Ilreily: "The
modern champion In not a tough.
Quito no. Hut ho inunt have tough
A nnvmpaper from the went nn
nounceii that MIm Lilly I'ond and Ido
Clalro lite In Beattle, Waxhlnitton
WASH FROCKS $7.95
Every Wash Frock in stock reduced to
$7.95. Originally priced up to $29.50.
SILK PETTICOATS $6.95
Every Silk Petticoat in stock reduced to
f6.95t &H colors. Originally priced up to
SPECIAL! Gray SUk Hosiery
$5.95 Values reduced to $3.65
4.25 Values reduced to 2.95
SPORT COATS $7.95
Wool Jersey and Velour Jackets in tuxedo
and one button models, all colors $7.95
Originally priced up to $19.75.
SPORT SKIRTS $7.95
Made of exclusive Sport Silks, Baronet
Satin, Jersey, Taffeta, Velours, Serges, in
plain colors and Sport Combinations
$7.95. Originally priced up to $23.50.
Every Blouse and all Wool Sweaters at eX-
look out for omo bum atonic
Now York thieve hnvo carried away
three bale of ropo.
H4llnj( It Illght
Kansas Paper Wo wlh to apolo
glio for thn mnnnor In which wo ilia
graced tho beautiful wedding lait
week. Through an error of tho type
flutter wo worn made to aay "tho
rose woro" punk." What wo ahould
Imvo eald waa ''tho nones woro pink."
Don ton Trnnicrlpt.
At tlioiFoot of Iho Fliw Kattipo
Tho Rlrln at the high achool mado
an oapoclally food showing coming
down at tho first escape during tho
drill. From Maryland Flro Commis
II You need a dood tea II
II to make a pood II
II iced drink, JHBl
II ia delicious Hl
I when iced "4H
I sH sD BHfLBsV I
In other days, tho charge of the
light hrlgado Aran a subject of much
Interest, nays Al Ioavltt. In those
day tho chaw of tho light company
cut a figure.
Ho droiped n penny In tho plate
Then meekly raised bin eyvx,
(Had the week's rent was duly paid
For manilon In tho skies.
2.95 Values reduced to 1 ,95 11 actiy 12 Pricc nl le"
Kavser Silk Underwear Middv Bloumm
IjlSCOlirit Crepe de Chine Underwear Brassier
Long and Short Gloves Bathing Suits
gw .Kimonos Parses and Bags
awM mfm,mm,m inuiu vanuif I Vf
Andross-Glover Stlye Shop
II rs. Ilergdoll say O rover I worth
halt n million dollars. 8ha means he
ha that much.
lion e.vuo pmyfjui
SAN FRANCISCO, July 29. Six
unmaaked bandits entered the Colon
lal club yesterday and lined up 12
card plaom and gamo keepers, ob
taining $300 In currency and 13200
Jin Jowelry. They escaped with their
Mako that Idlo dollar work! Put
It In the baak.
CAIOL FLUSHING OIL
At First-class Garages
pod other Dealers
Before 9 OcIocK-Yoor
A.M Pictures am ready a 5
1 ruffif Y I
WHERE PARTICULAR PCORLR
UV THCIR DRUGS
"Square as Old Abe'
Today marks the end of the first year in business
of the Lincoln Market in its present location and we
are gratified to note that our efforts to please have
been met with so hearty a response that our business
has increased over 300 per cent during the past few
months. In commemoration of the event we are mak
ing the following special prices for Saturday only.
Prime Rib Rolled 25c
Choice Round Steak 25c
Boneless Pot Roast (Tender) 18c
Chuck Pot Roast 15c
Choice Plate Boiling , 10c
The Finest Veal Obtainable 15c to 30c
Pork (Grain Fed) 20c to 30c
Lamb (Finest Milk Lambs) 15c to 25c
Choice Corned Beef (Boneless) 15c
Pork Sausage (No Cereals Added) 20c
Hamburger (None But Fresh Meat) 15c
Bulk Lard (Bring Your Bucket) 15c
"Sure We Deliver"
Main at Third Phone 51 1-J