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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 21, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH, FALLS, OREGON
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Specials For Saturday
H EC TORS
Black Lace Hose, 59c
'Fibre Silk Lace" Stripe Hose
Formerly selling for $1.00
Japanese Lunch Cloths, 98c
An inexpensive Cloth for every-day use.
Napkins to match above 98c
Novelty Belts, 39c
New style Belts to match the Wash Dresses
Children's Lisle Sox, 29c
Light and dark colors.
Sizes 4io to G&.
Misses' Three-quarter Sox, 59c
Fancy rich stripe in black and brown.
Also plain, 50c
Fancy Pure Silk Embroidery
New novelty Hose, black with white clock.
Brown with blue or self color clock.
Regular $1.50; Sat. only, $1.29
Knit Bloomers, 29c
Flesh color, elastic weave. Kayser grade in flesh
, , cut full and reinforced, 89c
Kayser Silk Top Vest, $1.29
Flesh color lisle with Jersey tops.
A $2.00 value.
All Millinery Reduced
Sailors, many styles to select from.
Values to $4.25; Special,' $1.98
Khaki Outing Togs
Quality the best; .price the lowest. Everything for
the outing in women's and children's wear.
Dance Saturday Night
Exploration Party Sunday
-Accommodations For All ,
Good Music - - -' Good Meals
Party will be taken into hew caves
Spend the, Week-End at
Bear Foot Ice Caves
Klamath Packing Company
Palace Meat Market
524 Main St.
lleef IloaKt i'iMc & 15c Shoulder Lamb ...... 20c
I'ork Ilonst - JWc liolllnR Meut 8V St 10c
Vcul lloast sac Ureast of Lamb 08c
s COLD LUNCH MEATS
Luncheon Tongue Summbr feausag'o
Luncheon Loaf Ilolled Ham
JloloKiio Head Cheese
Liver Sausage Wilnars
SMOKED MEATS ,
Picnics .., , 23c Bacon Squares 90c
Lard No. C , $ .gs Compound, No. f 9 .75
I.ard No. 10, , l.5 Compound No. 10 1.4a
Cracklings for Chicken., 2c lb.
Extra 'Fancy Fryers, Hens and Belgian Hares
Two Dcliycrit Daily, 9 a.n. nd 3 p.m. ,
Cases Totaling $25,000,000
Disposed of; Many Arose
Out of World War
WASHINGTON. July 21. The
court of clnlinx hits ndJonrned for
It summer ivcess after disposing of
i nn unusual nmount of Important bus
Ines. Tho nmount ituVd for In cam's
disposed of since tho court concned
In the Lilt was about $2ri,H0rf.000
and the actual amount lnolved much
larger as many test cases were- dls.
posed of upon tho result of which
depended larfte numbers of similar
case. Thl was particularly true of
case arising out of tho late wnr, n
i great number of which were imsspiT
Tho government was successful In
securing tbo dismissal of n cnnsld-
i crahln number of actions and. In
some cases. In obtaining judgment
I for large amounts, notably In tho
rase of the (lulf Refining Co. In
which tho government obtained n
I Judgment for 49J,r.CS. and which
was n suit brought to recover $S,
7(13.000 for taking of n fleet of tank
I nrs nnd the disruption of the claim
ants business, the government set
ting up a counterclaim for moneys
collected for It by tho clalmnnt. Tbo
government also won tho suit
brought by the Klectrlc float com
pany.Vrhlch had It proved success
ful would havo carried a Judgment
against tho government running, It
Is estimated, Into billions, tho plain
tiffs' claim being 1800 for everyone
of the vast number of torpedoes em
bodying Its dovlco, which wtro ued
during tho war.
Tho amount of war claims which
ultimately como Into the court of
claims has been estimated by tho at
torney general at between two and
three billions more than W50.000.
000 having already been fl.Ici In
spite of this tremendous accession
of business tho court has so cleared
Ita docket that not only pending suits
but actions based upoV these war
clalms'areccelvlng Immediate atten
tion nnd all cases arc disposed of as
rapidly as they nre prepared and
) presented by counsel.
I At the Ice Caves
IN Y BEESGO
Scientists Discover They
Are Quaffing 10 Per
LAS, CHUCKS. X. M., July 21.
Honey, bees Intoxicated by old-fashioned
mead, swurmlni; in tbo belfry
of a rfilsslon stylo building hero re
cent intruded n largo gathering of
cltlienp und a number of summer
students from tbo New Mexico col
leo of ' agriculturo, "How did tbc-y
get that way?" was tho query on
most everyone's lips.
According to Fennels K. Lester,
on whoso properly tho been swarm
ed, and who has q lurgo acreage of
grapes, the bees wero not attracted
to his place by tho fr.ult "llees In
search of a 'kick' " said lestcr, "aro
not apt to fool -around with unrlpo
grapes." i y
Finally some of the scjfnilflc col
lege; men discovered that a hlveTot
bees containing 30 pounds of honey
bad been knocked into a pool of
water formed by leakago from an Ir
rigation ditch. Tho honoy nnd wa
ter fermented and. analysis, showed
that the liquor contained moro than
10 "per cent alcohol. Honey and wa
ter fermented is called mead.
HAD A CUSTOMER the othor day
for a set or seconu-nana teem
couldn't supply It as noed
all of the teeth I have now, maybe
you could liolD me out. renews.
WA8TK OF MONKY
maker's Wife I think It's aw
fully foolish o( you to pay so much
for p seat In the stock exchange
Every time I drop In to seo you I
find you either standing up or walk
ing about, v
3. E. Enders & Co. pays the high
est price for farm produce. 20-22
Monkeys In one's family trees are
preferable to bats In one's belfry."
TJIADWQ FURNITURE Is like trad
ing horses It gots into (bo blood,
don't let me have blood poisoning,
CsM FlaiHat Oil ss Zmbsi for
mo renin unltlf tnj crrt
n. ai llr who dWpUr tbi
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Lowly Wage-Earner Awake
To Value of Organization;
Strikes Now Frequent
Thte is the
All oer lit U city ro
luil blurt.' aw nhotviuu;
iiiimi how to get the
thuir IfgH liuvu ever
It's Ivory Garter Week
utitl Ivory GurlerA iu ull
sljles, colors und prices
are leing ilisilueil.
Look for llictn! Look
atlhetu! Ami pick your
From the first
lime you wesr. Ivory Gar
lers jou'll understand why
they bate triple hundred
of tliousanils of friends all
over America. ,
horlr hate definitely
made good nn quality
alone! On the fact' that
their simple design no
metal no hot pads no
binding actually does
make I hem more com
forlable and longer lived
than any gnrler made.
Buy a pair of Ivory
Garter this week and let
your legs' he luippy ever
IVOKY GARTER CO.
New Orleuns, Lu,
JIONO HO.S'n, July SI. The
lowly Chinese wimtwMirner, perluips
tho moKt nbject uif nil llm world's
tollers, Is Jmt lonriillii; or (lie pnwcr
hi U nlilo to wield through ltn
inodlum of ormuilrntlmi, and like a
Knn( flood ttio movriiiiiit tit form
vurloim trndo gulhU Is sMiptni:
It was hardly moro than n iar
nr.u. that OIiIiiii wlluessod lis first
Important .Mr Ike. Hluro (lien tbo
Uwr cities havo oxperlonci'd walk
outs In nliunst all clasnos of work,
with tho result that bustni'sii Is
di'iuorallted, trnnsportntlou Is so
uiu'ortulii Hint merchant!! rctuio to
ship, and In ninny cities tlm pliblle
health Is niouiiced througli strlkiM
of street sweepers and water winks
At the present time In Clinton
tlm carpenters, pnlnlers, school
teachers, butchers, street sweep
ers nnd city implo)Ps nre on strike,
while the seamen and lnuuchtiien,
who hut recently returned to work,
nre on thn ergo of nnolher walk
out. The city of Macao Is In the,
thick of.n general strike which Is
ntmijst a stale of siege. The cas
ualties to date hiive been to killed
and nearly 200 Injured,
Tbo situation In this city Is sim
ilar to that In Canton, although
horn oven the beggars nnd thieves
han formed unions whrlh they aro
using for political purpose.. The
sanitary condition In Koochow, tho
purely Chinese section of Hong
Kong. Is said to be deplorable, n
tho street sweepers, garbage. coN
lectors and water carriers are out
to a man.
The seamen's strike bore hns had
a tromendoiis effect nfl over the
far onst, as It has given the labor
ers confldenco In Ihelr nuw guild
mid stimulated their desire for bet
ter living conditions. Tho seamen
have been so successful In forcing
their demands that they nnw lalk
of going Into tho shipping business
for themselves. Tbo men are being
asked to Jtubscrlbo five dollars each,
and Judging from tho eagerness
with which they nro responding ths
backers of the project espect soon
to have it steamer running between
here and Canton.
Every inch a garter!
Currln's personally guarantee each
nnd every (lardoii Court toilet pre
paration. Currln's for drugs. 20
SANTA UAKUAIIA. Calif, Julyl
21. A mnuMiiout has been started I
hero to mako tho old raco courso
track on which Charles Paddock
recently broke flvo world's sprint
ing records a permanent, all-year-round
nffalr. Tho expense of In
stalling n dralnago system for tlm
track, which heretofore has been
partially under water during the
winter months. Is belloved Justlfl-
,., ( ..I..... .. ,lw. .Mna.u l..tripl Mill
UUIU III vium Ul luu iiiuii , (i, i'.'. ...... i
amateur track events which may.
be attracted to this city.
Ilrunswlck phonographs sell best
when compared with other makes.
Currln's for drugs. 20
THE KNOCK OF OlTOIlTlWTrY
llurglar "One sound from )nii
and I'll squeeze you to death!"
Antbiuo Maid "Komomber, that's
VERYBODY asks us how
we can do it. We can't
afford to do it. but we
need the money.
The best values ever offered
the people of Klamath county.
Shoes Way Below Cost
Our loss is your gain. Shop
early Saturday so you will be
able to get good service.
p This is the
round tin that
THE new round vacuum -packqd
tin which now holds Foi.GHR'S
would be of little value if the tea
were of inferior quality.
is good tea and the jicw vacuum
container keeps it good. It's flavor
insurance for you. Ask your grocer. ,
Your Choice, of
Watermelons 60c Each Saturday Only
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AprlcotB for canning, per 20 Krlors, lb $ .ilO CllSO EllttS 28c 1)CM' (lOiOll.
II'. "ate a.5 K (0!e .a bt l '
cherries, pericrato iwhi ' ' ' Saturday and Monday only.
' . I.ottuco, head 10 "
I,ocal utrawbprrlvs ,, . ...,,..
Extracted Honoy, B lbs. ..: m Hadl.hes hunch 07 q1(j aBhim Mm.j(et Day
Comb Honey "2H Onions, bunch 07
l'ewhes, crat0""ZZ".'. .'."."'..'."'., 1.75 Dry Onions, lb 0(1 Will IlO held III Public Mitl-
ropes Nnw Spuds, lb. 05 Jet .Tilly 29.
Plums, irate 3.85 (ir00n Voat b I0
ijoneyn'ow Anions (,roen UeaMi "' ' Mail or phono your or-
OranKCii ". . fW " . Carrots,, bunch ,.. .10 v era mattcM llOW Sinilll W
l'cmo? ' v l,uutf ,,ucl' lai-fro Wo ai)i)icciatu vour
'Cuntaloupes t. IU Turnips, bunch 10 Ja,t. ' ,VVt 'W'l"l'l-1ul' yul)l
llanona.'i, lb. , 17 Spinach; lb 10 OUHIllC'flS. '
9th & Klamath
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