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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 1, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD,
KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
I'. II. HOUI.K...X:Mtar and FH-illahcr
Hi It. IIIMj..................CIIr Kdltor
Published dally except Sunday, by
Thn Horaltl Publishing Company of
Klnmutli Falls, nl 119 Klftltth ttrcct.
Knterod at tho pnslofflco at Klam
ath Katln. Ore, for transmission
through the tuallg as sccoqdUsi
MKMnRH OP TUB ASSOCIATED
Tlui Associated Press la cxclnslr
l 1'iilltlcd to ilia iiso (or publica
tion 0f nil newt) dlnpatcho,, credited
tit It. or not otherwise credited Id
this popor, and nlso tho local naws
TiiutwnAY, 4if.K f.timii'
coat Justifies ondlng half of our
ctrcutailnc currency out ot tho
"county. iJuf-'it Tfat 'wait until It
Is proved, that (hffc Is n disparity
In cost. ''
It tho buyer who have not pat
ronised tho homo deilor for ao totiK
that they .think local merchant are
allll selling at war prices, will In
vestigate and compare 'prices, 'they
will be anrprlwd, and "we venture
to aay th.it-?6rnr-Tnt Will. Imme
diately, be cured or trading elo
where. Then will be n few whn
V'11, require lohtwr treatment ami
thbre may b noma on whom tho
'tlh.fa.isa hag taken' a chronic Rrlp.
.lint for tho majority who IU con
"slder tho grave Injustice they arc
doing themselves and' their com
munity there Is certain and linmo
Halt' cure. ,
Notlco ot First Mectlnu of Credi
tors In th0 district Court of the United
States, tor tlm District of Oregon
In tho Matter of Otoy nud Suiilo
Cattle Company, llnnkrtipt.
To tho creditors of Oley & Soiilo
Notice Is hereby Riven thai on the
Hth tiny of April. 1922, Otey &
Huiile Cattle Company was 'duly ad-
judged nauKriipt, and th.it tho first
meeting if the ctvtlltorti will le held
nt tho officii of the uiulerslitned, at
409 Main St., Klamath Kail. Ore
gon, on June 13, 1922, at 1 o'clock,
I'. M. nt which time creditors mnv
attend, tiroe their claims, examine
tho bankrupt, elect n trustet anil
for Klamath County, his Final Ac
count of tho administration of said
estate, uud that tho said Court lias
fixed Saturday, July 8, 1922, at 2
o'clock l M as the tinio.vauil tho
County Court -ltoom In the
Court House nt Klamath Palls, Ore
gon, as tho place, for hearing objec
tions, If any, to the said account and
tlie settlement thereof,
Haled Mny 27( 1922
MICIIAK1. I. CUItTIN.
Kxecutor ot tho 1nst Will and Testa
went ot Peter I. Curtln, tleceasetl
NOTICK or KINAI.'AmH'XT
NOTlCi: Is hoieby given that the
uudehilgned ut Administrator with
transact such other business a, mayj '"."," ' " . '" -".n i..-
come before them ' )"ita. " ' d.? '.', fc
llltfil Jun.. I If" linn nun I ill- viiiiiii; V lull I in im-
ii.net! June '. i- ni.i. .. n . t.-t ,i. p.,,...
' H tl" til X'-fIS l'l IIHHMHS V'tI-
(, Ills Final Account of the itilinliil
J C UCTKNIC,
Iteferoe In Mankruptcy
Till" hardest lesson- to hammer
homo to the mind of the aver
iifco Individual Is the folly of tf.it-
rnnlrlng mall order store.!, Npwh-i
papera keep constantly nt it, but
tile lack of results Is discouraging
The waste and loss goes on
I'xjierlenco" proves to tho out-of-town
buyer that tnero i no saving
In purchasing Msowhere. 'Often.
when tlip'dvlay lu getting service
nun ma disappointment In quality, r.tirhe tiMti.. ui.
People ho llro In white shirts
i allntllrf ..''.. I. .
t " ii "wi - m- ircum corn.-.
I In the District Court ot the I'lilted
States, for the District of Oregon.
In. tho .Matter of Phillip I IVlers.
To thP creditors of Philip P Pet
jers. Notice l hereby glum that on
April IT, 1H22. Phillip P, Peters Va
trillion of said otate, and that the
snld Com t has fixed Saturday, July
S. 1923. nt 3 o'clock P. M i the
time, and the County Court ltocm in
the Court 'iUiusfl at Klnmutli KulU,
Oregon, as the place, for hearing ob
jection. If nu, to raid account and
tho settlement thereof.
Dated May 37 1922
are hereby notified that on th0 Itnnch
of tho said Plaintiff O.vlO. Hunt ouo
in I l.i north ot Shasta' .School House
and 44 inllea N. V of Mnlln In the
nforesald County and State, on the
10th lay of June 1923 nt the hour of
Klaveh o'clock A M.-of th,i sold tiny
when the said est ray will be expos
ml for sale iih by Law dlrerteil and
the proceeds of snld mile will bn up
piled mi uud for (bn ni)iueut of all
damages, costs nnd ixiiiiph legally
Incurred; tho excess If any will be
retnined by the Justice of the Peace
l.em. I.. Hnghageu or his successor
In office for tlm iturlmt i.f li inninlia
if the sniit sum shall not be culled '
for within snld time the sum,, will
be deposited its by Law ieiolrod In'
sum ruses and provided.
Dated this 2ith day or May 1922
tR O IJ. Hunt.
The girl who uses n onlfla
slick has good Uite.
mist ortne kaiscr sold
of roods Is considered, them Is u
tniiJiilcralild lots l() thn lni)er.
Hut, despite ricurrlng object les'
roim, the mull order bucr seems
obsessed with a feeling akin to tho
confirmed gumblnr'a fullh In "Hot
ter luck next tlia." The dlenso
Th Hoseburg Nowa-Itoiew ii
r.no of the atiougost supporter ot
llivt trnde-at-hom- movement in lif
flnte. Tho following argument for
IMdlni: at hnino Is oun of thr' best
exampbn ot It forceful Ingle, and
word for word an J lino for line. Its
rcarnn npplU equally n Mrongly
to K la ma lb Kallx, JN-ndli'tnti, Marsh
field or Astoria as l0 KoHeburg
Peojilf who goad their money
nw.iy to largo city stores or who
ilo chopping In othiT centers,
nro slow to riMllio how thoy are
fallini: ;o corporate with the
force for progress on which
tlu-y dtijend to put their home
rommilnltH ahead.' Tho blgtcity
More, or rV- elt-rls or. "r:hunt
In some ctVr city, -Is not In
tcrtited In Itoioburc and 1 not
concemod to dr one thing to put
this community abend. -Hut when
yi-u support your homo' stores,
j on promoto agencies that nro
working oery minute to ad
vance tho Interesta of this city.
Tho distant store is Interest
ed to niako hcles, and If It gets
rid ot Its goods It Is satisfied
Hut tho homo merchant Is nor
merely Iniensicd to sell his
goods, but ho Is fanning 'and
working ulTthe tlmo to build up
tho community of which ho Is n
part. If ha :lls farm tod or
Implements, ho .Is all tho time
on thn lookout for new Ideas
that will help tho country peo
plo to Increase .production and
develop tho nrwperltv of tho
community. If ho sells Itouic
hold stuff tin la on tho watch for
goods that will help his town
penult) to keep up their places
nt tho minimum or expense.
Tlm thought of Improvement
rf tho home community nnd In
crease of ,lt prosperity runs
through all his purposes and at
feet all hla plans end purchases.
Is it or Is It not. worth while
for our peopln tc allay themsolv
's with llit!o Jocnl forces that
tiro working every day for the
prosperity of this homo com
munity? The most limited Intel
llgenco should sav that It Ik
woith while, nnd thai it U show
ing it poor spirit of reciprocity
to fall to do so.
So whri you buy of your
homo stores, you can reflect that
you nro stronc'.licnlnr enterpris
er which nro working to build no
your community, and to innkn
your property and Aour Job
moro valuable, your civic lusll
tut'ons moro nrospernus, and to
muku this city a better place
to llvo In.
'duly adjudged bankrupt, and that the lAdmln stratnr With the III Ay;l
(first meeting 6f the creditors will be ,f ' ?' "' WJI" A t.ntli.
lheld at th. office of tin, undersigned I . '?; 'lMeled.
'nt 409 Main St . Kl.imalh Falls. Ore-, l-S-l-33-Ji
igon. on Juno 12. 1922. at 2 o'clock. -i;rilMrinv7rii7i
P M . nt which time creditors may .. "v.lv uV..,ON, S'.U'V ...
..... ... . . ,....! i.r..n. Ilinlr .rllm .l.m.ln..1 M'niCtl OKI Will HO rfll'ITPlI 1IIUII
hriU itLn "ka,'r,hrba,krup.. olo I r.7 iml Mho hoiir of in o'clock A M .vn tlm
bring a fortune. ..,..... ,.,. ti.- i.oi...u ,.,.' 2 Ith "tlsy of June. 1922. and liu-
Money isn't' verittJfcg. ThP ma: torn., before them ,me4lalMy thereafter piibIlcy2oponed
with the most costly tlshlng tackle Dated Jum.. 1. 1322 ' " rV'"Jr -u ? Mamutn
i j f iti'ir;-ii', i - ""-,"" ' ---
i.i lirf..r.m in li.iMkrniiiiv bonds of said County liined for the
building of permanent rouds thenilu
l It.WKIiriTCV In the sum of four bun droit thousand
Now they promls., to Ion. tmnnri In tlm IHstrUM court of tho rnitoti-doiMM too.ouo). samn netng in
-. ... 1 7 rr-n'i to love, honor". f . District tf Oregon, denominations of Jl.tiou each, dated
In tho Matter of William I). Co-1 April 1. 1922. maturing as follows.
Tho city boy n bis vacation thinks
tho farmyjrtPsounds like a Janx of
Houses to let at a high rent are
houses to let alone.
It Is getting hot enough to fnrttet
congfes, and cuit lhe weather.
You seldqm seo an cx-loafer.
Lots ,of us get to vacations
ours antl white the boss Is on hit.
A Wtflorfc" career usually has a
ineleortC'riiflsh; 1" " ",
Trying to loel: llkn a tooth paste
advertisement Is u fine way lit go
To the ireditors of WMll.un 1) Co-
Notice Is hereby glvon that on
April 20. 1922. William U. Coburn
was duly adjudged bankrupt, and
that the first meeting of the credi
tors will be held at the office of the
undcrslgnm! at 409 Main St,, Klam
ath. Culls, Oregon, on June
12, 1922. a ." o'clock P. M.
at which tlm,. creditors may ntteiid,
prove tbfir ilJlms. evnmlne the
huukropt. tde t n trustee and trans
act Hucfi other business as may tome
Il.it.'cl June 1. 1922
J. C ItUTKNIC.
$ 2, onn.no seven years from date
$ eight years from datp of
$' ni.onn.oo nlno years from date of
ten years from date of
eleven years from date
t . !!....... f. II....L ...... ..
Tho hrnso of lords Isn't very pn- .
Iltn. It refuses to glvo a ladr a ' '-IN-'HAXKUU'TOV.
NOTM K ill' SAI.K til- PIIHSOYW,'
Notice Is hbmli-i given that the tin-.
derslgncd lllg Lakes llox Company,
a corporation doing business nt '
Klamath Falls. Oregon, have fure
cloned that one certain cn.ittrl mort-i
gage uiiitle, nxttuited and tlelhered!
by P N. (IrNex to the said lllg l.nkes
llo Comp:iii, a corporation, on the,
31st day of August. 1921. on the
following described chattels, flxtiliv
and personal property, to-wlt
The Hnwuilll building, luaehluer)
and equipment known us tin
"Ililset Sawmlir , also nil trnius,
slickers and yard equipment,
ulso all IihiIh. out buildings, cook
, lioie. Mini bunk "hoiisrs, barn,
boiler houses, pumps, tanks,
mill )tUoivfUpmpnt, tools uud J
machinery, applluures. boilers. '
l'iigluund perstinut property
and fixtures of nn kind (r nu
tun connected with, iippiirteniiut
to, antl iied. In, iibout or In ron
liectltill with tlm Hitid mov mill,
which said mortKaKO was ghen U
Mtcum m tht nald lllg Lakes llox
Company the puyment of tun, pro-.
mlssor) note tinted August III, 1P2I
signed by said P N tlrlsnx to snld
nig laikes llox Comp.iny, payable one
day uftiir tlatit tor tlm sum of Nine
Thousand Klght Hundred Setenty- .
Two Dollars and Nluety-Tilx t.VntsI
f J9.M2 UrtJ. with Interest at rato of'
h't per uiinum from date, snld mnrt-'
gage btlng inconlett in Vol In, I'.ir.'M
si., inain'i ,iorigagn necoril. i
lu.itvii war, from ilale i Klamath County. Statu of Oregon.
of Issue: anil wherejs ilefnult bus biin made '
from I in m payment or said uotn ami t
I have been duly appointed by llialru. ,
I rtf til HI"), l "IIIIIIK I'- Hillil IIIH illll',
Wo spend four billions early for
fun and still ebpln hover Retjm to
A vamp Is a social lion tamer.
ifars comes wltbln 40.ooo.nnn
mllril of the earth on June In. This Is
much nearer than fs price--,
WTin a mMrrlifd' man' eats break
fast at a restaurant yru know who
Ic bora at hf hqtise.
All the world's a itage: but It Isn't
a ellent UramaV
Many a man who acts like 3 big
gun Isn't loaded.
It costirtnore to lire now. lint It's
Afier'a girl gt,, made up you can't
tell her a thlntfls as plain as the
nose 'on'her 'face.
'Woman's place may be In the
heme: but It Hoetn't liurt her to get
out -of place Occasionally. '"
They-wiy tobacco smoko kills
In the DUtrl-t Court of the I'nlted
States; for lint District of Oregon.
Ill the Matter of P. N tlrUex, do-1 ,.,, .,.. ..., ,.,,hl1, '
Jng buslne.H ns firUez Lumber Co., "' .' . i,,,.-.
(Into of Usiie.
date of Issue:
fifteen jears from date
sixteen years frrm tUte
$133,(100.00 seventeen years
date of Istiiie;
To the cretlltors of P. N. ('rlsez;
Notlco Is hi re by given that on
May 27. 1922, V N Orlsez was duly
adjudged bankrupt, and that the
first meeting of the creditor will bo
bold nt -tho office of the uniWMgni'd
at 409 Main St. Klamath Kails. Ore
gon, on June 12, 1922. at 3 o'clock,
P. M.. at which time creditors may
attend, pru their claims, examine
tho bankrupt, idett a trustee and
transact such other business as may
come before them
Dated Junn 1. 1922
J. C. nilTENIC.
Knferen In Ilankruntey. j"'"!"
i inf sale.
$123,000.00 nineteen ears
date of Issue;
said bonds to bear Interest at tho
rate of not to pxei'til flve and one
half per cent (6 '.ill per lunnum,
payable seml-unnually on the 1st day
of April and Octbber, principal and
Intemf payable In t'nltpd Statii
gold coin 'of the iresent standard of
value at the Fiscal Agsncy of tho
Statu of Oregon In New, York City.
Said bids must be unconditional
and accompanied by a certified
check for $10,000, and the stirreM-
ful bidden must ba prepared to tak
'delivery within ten days from date
" IN HANKHCITCV
In tho District Court of the. I'nlted
States, for tho Ittstrlct of Oregon.
In thp Matter of Frank I. Kvans,
dcing business as Kvans Shoe Store,
To th crpilltors of Frank L Kvans,
Kvans tihoe Company
The upproxlng legal opinion of
lf....- -.Hl VfflHK r. tl.A n
.IICVVKH. il'UI, MIIHII ..IMHWl- Ml...
Portland, Oregon, will bn furnlsbetl j uumv
llox Company attorney m fait to
forecloi said mnrtgngi. nnd sell snld '
j properties to satisfy said debt ,
And 1 will In pursuant e of said,
mortgage and by direction of the said
lllg Lukes 'llox Compaii). torpor-1
utlou. nt thn hour of 2 t. 'thick. P M l
In thn afternoon of .Saturday thn I lit Ii
day of June, 1922. in front of the.
snld Crlsex saw mill, nil Seohuit
nine anil ten, Township 3S, South
llnnge II. K W M lu Klamath
County. State of Oregon, that being j
ths place where said mortgaged pro- i
porty Is situate, sell nt public uuc- i
lion all of the above described per
sonal properly or suth part thrniof
a, may be necessary, to satisfy nuld j
sum of Nino Thousand Klghl Hun
dred Seventy-Two Dollars and Nlnt- ;
ty-SIx Cents ($972 90). with Inter
est thereon at -rule of Spr an
num from August 31, 1921 to dale
of said sale, together with an attor
ney's ft- of Two Hundred Dollars
($200.00) and the rnst4 ami expen
vi of s'ttcli sale, raid shI to bn to
highest and best bidder (or rush In
the successful bidder.
The Court reserves the right to
reject any or all hlds.
C. It. DeLap.
tirlr Ivltt tiiitti Cmtntv. HrAinn
-... i :. ! a.. It. ot air. tool
..rmt. .ml it, . M... I c.9. 's. '"-r,.'u '" lnul " """"" "'-'
" -" " " i 3"',.27. 1W22, KranK i. rvans was tuny
so 'what' could ycu exppct from a adjudged bankrupt, and thnt tho
flapper? ' flriit metlng of the cretlltors will bn
They sav ITncln Sam' nrv.n... held ut tho otfice or tno untlersigiieu
at 409 Main St.. Klamath Falls, Ore-
I"" s'Tinmng. irnap iney mean on on jnc 12 ,932. at 4 o'clock.
trom the. limelight. j . m.. at which time creditors may
The "obey" Is' being taken out of attend, prove their clalnw, examine
marrlose rites. 8om0 take It out of he ankrunt. lo t a trustee nnd
th.-nrM, it.i,iM 1, ...,.-. transact such other business a, may
the prohibition law also. conrn before them. '
AU'the the ctownb are net with a1 iutrf Jun. 1. io2.
J C. Ill'TK.'.'IC.
Itofereo In Ilankruntey.
CONSTANCE TA1MAOOK IN I NOTICK
'"RXrniMKSTAV'fARmAOK"ITO ALL WHOM THIS MAY
t '. 1 - "- x i
Thn Individual out-of-town buyer
tlne.i not realize thn harm ho or she
Is tiring. I"acn holds It a personal
rlcht lo spend one'3 own money
whiiro no chooses. Kach thinks
t lis amull nmoiint ho ns she spends
will cut r.n Iwbo flunro In tho
flmncet of the rotninunlly.
It might Btarllo persons who ease
their confident cm with thla Hue, of
rr.-U'onlng lo know wo mako the
Ktatoinenl 011 rulliiblo uuthorllytliat,
vlrtuully us mii'h luout'y Is. spent
Willi mull order flrma and mer
(hunts ousldn Klamath count'
xvrekly. iur.ntliiy .0,11(1 yearly, as, Ms
Hient with tho local morc'iont
As drop.t mako tho ocean.; so 'tin
thn dollarn of till ut us crqate this
creat stream of money flowing out
of JClamn'tb county every ytjiy, ey
ery dollnr ceasing to havo urtlr'
rommiinlly clrriilaUug valu1s -at.
mioii as It lias crossed fthe';aruniy
lino. f " . A
It'a llmo wo turnod.'iOi'pr a" new
loaf. This dlsoasQ Js curabJo,' "unr
dor the riyht , treatment. Suppose
that each resident, beforp Reading;
away for a catalogue article, ln
torvjaws his local dealer. ' f tbo
dealer cannot supply tho rtlelo-..on
equal torniB H will then' bo tmo to
consular f.oBdlug away. Wo dq not
balttrt. that t UttU' disparity In
Patrons of tbe'Strand will again be
treated to a raro'lilt 'of comedy en
lortalnment tonight "when Constance
Talmadgo .will appear In "Experi
It is a-real "comic" comedy the
kind you always-llko to tee her In
best, and the cxcellenc'support ac
corded this Incomparablo star gives
the picture the superlative quality
seldom found In present day pictures.
Tomorrow nlxnt Eugene O'llrlcn
will, appear In 'Jlroadway and Home.'
Friday Is also '(jountry Store' night,
and tbo proceeds, ko to thn boys.
, .Quickrepair service, Shorn repair- !
State of Oregon, -ss.
O. K. Hunt vs
I'nknown ownor of -stutmy.-v
Ono Brlndle Steer nhout two years
old weighing about S00 pouatls
branded on right Hip -Y (connected)
one under cut In right 'ear. one swal
low cut in left ear. '"
Thn said O. K Hunt did on or
j about 4th day of Nov. 1921 take ui
nml ll llniuj .Ins. 1nnt Test lit.. iiAj.
mum ml mi iiuirn nuibn n iw lit it'll 'ii"
session the a Ikjvo 'described animal
and that he hai used all reasonable
efforts to ascertain and find the own
er of thn said cstray und has taken
all Icral steps u required by the
,Law of tho State of Oregon in refer
ence to nstrays.
Now therefore to tho unknown
owner of thn said pstroy and to any
MIC LAKI-'H HON CO. A
lly L I. LOW. 1
Its agent and attorney In fact.
Notlco Is hereby given that C II.
Johnson doing business under tho
firm name anil stylo of "Churley'a
I'litlt- huh llluil-1 utMiHtiiiii.' in iivii- 1
cflt of tretlltors. All persons who
have claims against tho above named anj n persons Interested therein, ynu
linn are reiiiunii 10 me inu name
before the l'Jth of Juno, 1922. All
debts duo tho film aro payable lo
Hoy N, Kouch, Assignee All ac
counts duo and delintjuent must be
adjusted by the I r, lit day of .lime,
1922, or tho sumo will bo advertised
and sold to tho highest bidder for
HOY N KOUCII, Assignee.
Cor. Klamath and Kth Sts,
Klamath Falls, Oregon,
ed while vou wait
aack Frost. 29tf
III,. the human body If. you' will use
Trunk's Prescription for Rheumatism
and Q014L It Is ridiculous, absurd ami
preposterous, infract, it is u miv end
a 'shamotfojalk uhouL, ilbeiunatlsm
and (lout;- much 'tcssi, suffer with1' It,
Elinor iutiammatoryl muAcular,,.cla
tic or.uny other forln"of Ithcuma
tlsni . 1 ,
TfunH.'n Proscription, for. Itlmu
rHU'lsm and Cout sclls.for.Jl.75t This
Pifscrlptlon DOKS NOTtuIii the
s'omatdi. It DOH8 NOT depress 'Uio
'heart. Eat all titaimeat .anil unnii
Uoodyou w(sh vrbile, Uking-Trunk'
rrescription. it WOKS NQT contain
any Mercury. 8altcrlat of Soda, on
I ot 1 Wintergreen or narcotics of any
kiiiu, uuc 11 uosoiuieiy ana-positieiy
9vrco any, kind of Rheumatism
or Coux on . earth. WHAT.MOnK
Dq YOU WANTf Thero, Is. nothing
juai'Bi auuu,antl 11' IS' impossiuin to
get ,aameibiBg better., It,(lg,tl80, an
exeel'enl'Iylyir 'Medicine). S-or oulo
at druiLBtQ8. audi. as the Star. Drue
-Co, ad Whitman Drug.Co. of Klam-atttr-i(
Oft ' Adv.
NOTICI' OF FINAL AC''.NT
NOTICK Is hereby given thnt tint
undersigned us Kxecutor of the last
will und testament of Peter P. t.'or
tin. deceased, has filed with thn
County Court of tho State of Oregon,
Saturday Evening, June 3
Good Time Assured
.. f. i. I e ' vJ'- f
KP fi V '
Opens for the Summer Season
Saturday Night, Jimp. 3
Open" Air Dancing, with Good Music
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
.. 'Xr- r. '
eicrc othtn fail" . u4fSAf&JFS
VVOULD you like ihoes that really fit, and hold
VV their shape, and give youa new iuiw of com
fort from the moment you put them on?
And would you like whether for little girl
hood, youlh or age style that makes ariy foot
more shapely ? And design thit pleases every eye ?
And value that is seen in shoes still dainty after
months of wear?
QUECN QUALITY shoes will give you, at moderate
cost, more real style, more solid value and more sat
isfying service than anything else you wear and
the name is always there lor )our guidance and
at tlnttlf JtiigntJ pump
for lit til nJ f tnnal m w i,
II 1 ' 111
CHAS. i. MAGUIRE
'l.'t Main St. Kl.imalli I'.tll-
Bring us your FILMS
Vou want them developed correctly,
printed properly and returned promptly.
That js the kind of Kodak finishing
service we render. Have us devOp n
roll and you'll know.
' "Pinisifrjg that's right and right
on time is our ipiriaty ' .
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