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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 12, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
We are making room for a new
stock, and the Winter Stock
must go. Every article in the
house at Reduced
WOOLTEX UNION SUITS
A few left
Worth $3.75 Regular
One Lot Stripes and Plain
Still Going Strong. Here's some of the
things you'll find-Good merchandise for
less money. Fair for both of us You
need new clothes - we need to reduce our stock.
Many articles priced in this salo
below normal prices, and you
should finish your winter buy
ing here. We'll save you
Light and Dark Shades, Heavy
weights; 33 to 46 sizes
ALL-WOOL SHIRTS AND
One Big Lot SPECIAL
Slip-Over Style. A good assort
ment of colors; 26 to 36.
Orn K3! I f C!. MJ A........4. .11 ..! I
For any Hart Schaffner & Marx Suit or Overcoat. rFSSMoT
Former prices $50.00 to $70.00
16-Inch Hi-Cut Tan, Special $5.95
One Big Lot Dress Shoes, Special at $4.95
16-inch Brown Canvas Top $4 95
Leather Top, 6 to 8 inch $2.55
Leather Top, 10 inch CO Qg
Cost Not Considered
GLOVES AND MITTS
Wool or Leather
Keep Your Ears Warm!
KNIT CAP SPECIAL
Any Leather Vest or Jerkin d Q C
Values to $11.00 SPECIAL pJ.VD
Two-Piece Fleece Lilted
SPECIAL A GARMENT
I AINT MAD AT NOBODY
SALE CASH ONLY
SALE CASH ONLY
W. h. Crown, of Portland, repre
entitle a Portland music house, wait
a tUltor today at the Carl Shepherd
3fuslc company's store.
Mrs. Will Houston and children
returned last evening from South
ern California, where they hare been
visiting relatives for tho past three
Jeff W. Moorman was In town to
day en matters of business from his
ranch in tho roller. Mrs. Moorman
hag been 111 for quite some time but
Irf getting along nicely.
FOR SALE 2nd hand sewing maeh
Ino In good working order Phono
2MW. 733 9th St. 12
FOR SALE: Some furniture. Rea
onable Phone 251W. 739 9th Ft
Strayed from my place In Mills
addition, 1 bay mare, no brand,
shod. Last seen near Spring Lake
school. Finder please notify O. Wll
lard Smith. Phone 55J. 12-14
EGGS TUMBLE AGAIN,"- . k. store,
Mtan'fl feather Ovftrrnflta nnrf flhAMn
lined coats. ',4 the regular price-
Portland Price Lowered FIt6 OnU
by Bale of Two Cars
PORTLAND. Jan. 12. The egg
market is still demorallxod, and
prices droppod fire cents today. The
Pacific Co-oporatiro Poultry Pro
ducers association dumped two car
loads of aelocta on the market, ow
ing to lack of an outlet. The
wholesale price of select is 30
cents', representing a drop of 20
cents since January 1st.
Livestock and butter remain
.AT STRAND TONIGHT
FOR SALE Dry limb wood. Al
Costal. Phone 109W. 12-14
FOR SALE 75 aerea Improved Ir
rigated land on.Merrlll-K. F. high
way; clear; about GO acres al'alfa;
a fine one-man dairy, hog and chick
en ranch; price $67.50 per .acre;
terms, II ox 364, Klamath Fall' Ore
APPLES, cooking and eating, 11.55
a box postpaid, send che-.k. A.
Wolfe, Rogue River, Ore. 12-1 4
Steam beat at Colonial norms. 12
Flowers for tho dance always very
KLAMATH FLOWEH SHOP
Phono C89 834 Main St.
Thoro'a a big bill on at tho
Strand theatre tonight, which be
sides presenting O'Neill & Nelll In
their ,dec.Iddly olover vaudeville at
traction, "A pitqf Everything,"
wlijch Includes monologues, singing
ad";.danc)ng. J. Warren Kerrigan
wlllf aeen in what I character
ized 'as tho strongest rolo in which
he has appeared, "The House of
Whistlers." It Is undoubtedly one'
-Of tho finest pictures Kerrigan has
produced In years, and Is excellent
ly .adapted to hlg virile romantic
typo. JIo. fs seen in (he role of an
adventure loving young clubman
who undertakes to solvo a baffling
mystery which surrounds "The
House of Whispers." an exclusive
Then there Is a laugh-provoking
comedy and the "Country Store."
Among the prises to be given away
tonight there is another "live baby"
and a list which Include two chick
ens, thrte poundi choeoIatH, five
pound pall lard, ft big of iua.r, 1
riKk of llonr Mil othir thnn,
FOR RENT Modern 5 rooci bouse,
furnished completely. Apply 1019 H
Jefferson St. 12-14
FOR SALE 4 purebred Poland
China pigs, three months old, sub
ject to registration, $20 each. W. L.
Purdy, Merrill, Oregon.. 12-14
WANTED 3 or 4 room bouse. Have
Dort car for first payment. Rm.
208 Winters' Dldg. - 12-13
WANTED Sewing. Price reasonable
824 Walnut. 12-14
The American Legion Auxiliary
will hold a cake sale at Johnstone's
Furniture store, Saturday Jan. 14.,
beginning at 11 a. m. - 12-13
All men's suits on sale at K. K, K.
Store nig Reduction,
Steam heat at Colonial Rooms. 12
FOR RENT Furnished 2 room
apartment. Wood, lights, bath and
telophone. 59 Washington. 12-14
FOR BALE Some counters and
studio and household furniture.
!8tlnton Photo Shop, Klamath and
7 th. 12-18
WANTED To rent 4 room house,
eloit In, uttfurnlibtd or partly
Mrnliliart, fitlnien Photo Shop, IMS
Beautiful new sample Plajtr-
piano. Greatly reduced, and trnm
within rcaou during; two wrecks
only. KAIIL SEPIIEnD CO.
100 Men'a Flno Caps on salo at
Be K. K.K. Store.
OOUNTV TKEAHUItF.ll'S NOTICE
Notice is hereby siren that thero
are funds In the County Treasury
for the payment of all Klamath
County ROAD Warrant protested
presented for payment but not paid
for want of funds) on or beforo Au
gust 2, 1921.
Interost on same will ccaso from
Dated at Klamath Falls, Oregon,
this 12th day of January, 1922.
0. K. VAN RIPER.
County Treasurer, 11-15
XOTICE FOP. PUBLICATION
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
Not coal land
U. 8. LAND OFFICE at Ukovlow,
Oregon. Jan. 9, 19ZZ.
NOTICE is hereby given that Jake
J. Stelgor. Jr., whose post-office ad.
dress Is Chlloquln, Klamath County,
Oregon, did on, tho 8th day of Juno,
1921, file In this office Sworn (State
ment and Application, No, 011765, to
tiurchase tho Lots 3 and 4 and R'A
NWtt of Section 6, Township 38S,
Range 14E, Willamette Meridian,
and tho tlmbor thereon, undor tho
provlslons'of tho act of Juno 3, 1878,
and acts nmondatory, known ag the
"Timber and Stono Law," at such
value as might bo fixed by appraise
ment, and that, pursuant to such ap
plication,' the land and timber there
on have been appraised, at Eight
Hundred and Twenty tho timber esti
mated 600,000 board feet at $000,00
and the land $220.00; that said
applicant will offer final proof In
support of his application and aworn
statoment on the 20th day of March,
1922, boforo Bert C. Thomas, U. S.
Commissioner, at Klamath Falls,
Any person is at liberty to protest
this purchase before entry, or Initiate
a contest at any time beforo patent
Issues, by filing a corroborated affi
davit In this office, alleging facta
whjch would defeat the e'ntry.
This notice will be published for
nine consecutive weeks In the Klam
ath Herald, Klamath Falls. Oregon,
T, V, UUJIT, HIlr,
Jnn. 19.lP.t6 Y, M1IM8 M. 9
20c. TONIGHT AT 35c.
WHERE EVERYBODY GOES
THE HOME OF THE HODKINSON FEATURES
J. WARREN KERRIGAN
And His Own Company In
"The House of Whispers"
O'NEILL & O'NEILL
"A Bit of Everything"
"Another Live Baby"
Here are some of the prizes: 2 Chickens; 3 lbs. Sweet
shop Chocolates; 5 lb. pail Hales Market Lard; Bag
Sugar; Sack Flour, and others