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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 27, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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; Permil Mcnlioi
. Itfrry Poole",' of tho Liberty Mon
tr, mado trip to Chlloquln lint
MIm Katheritio Ess was In .town
talsjworalng from Iter homo near
Miss rjcralrilne Watt spent today
with Miss Kllon McVeigh on her
ranch near Malln. v
C. C. Lewis, n rancher In tho vol
)oy south of town, made a trip In for
supplies last night,
Mr. hint Mrs, T, 11, Day are In Inn
rlly today from thcli1 home In San
Francisco. Thr-y expect to go on to
Claudo HouKhton, woods nuporlu
teudent niljj the "wholo show"
around tho Lamm Lumber company's
R, P. Anderson Is a Klamath Falls, camp near-Kirk, whs brought In ort
business visitor this wook from 'San last night's train from that place
Francisco, He Is'al iho Whlto I'oll-1 wltli a tmdly Injured hack, lie Is con-
can, fined to Ills room In tho Hall hotel.
Underwood's Kodak Department
'offers you the BEST of everything from the time you buy your film until the
finished pictures arc delivered to you.
sent by mail
developed same day
nctufes mailed 'out
tkc next day
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EASTMAN KODAK FILMS
Wf MM the Kastnuui Methods in our dark room.
SNAPPY BRILLIANT PRINTS
Kxprrt prlntlt and developing.
EIGHT HOUR SERVICE
FUhm left before O A. M. ready ut 3 l. M.
Enlargements made from your favorite negative suitable
for framing and for gifts.
Black and white, size 8x10 '"Or
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WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE
BUY THEIR DRUGS
JULY 29 it 9 A.M.
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See Tomorrow's Herald for Details
l'iK. I Th low prices will astonish you. All
slimmer and seasonable goods sacrificed.
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Mm. llormnn Foster nml ymiug
non tloimrtcil (hla morning tor llu
Reno nlioro llioj- will rlali hbr moth
er imtl other rclitliM.
Mrn. II. K. rhlllltis and children
Ictt on ttto mornltiK irnlti (or Cull
fornln whoro thoy will Join Mr. VMU
tips nt their uew homo nenr Hiiii
MoKlnnp)-. one of tho contractors
on (ho Hart building, toft this morn
ing for Portland where tin will bo
occupied for' tho remainder of tho
week on buMncM.
MKt Ktliol McOltchrldt arrived
Inst night from Salem and U regis
tetvd nt tlio'WJilto l'ollcan hotel. 8lid
expects to visit with friends hero for
the next tow darn.
"I'm hero on binlucis," was tho
answer Dan Uodsell. deputy sheriff
and sheepman from Ijkovlew mado
when qultxed by n friend as to his
visit hero at this time.
Kd Dunham and Joo Posplsll loft
n tho Ashlnnd stago this morning
and wilt go from thoro to Portland
on the train. They expect to return
with two now Btudobakor cars.
Mrs. Albert Lenox Is hero for a
short visit with friends and relative!
from her homo at Copco. Mrs. Ill
.Woods of Copco Is also hero visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. M.
Walter A. West and family were
In town yesterday from tho Agency
on a combluvd bunlnoss and pleasure
trip. They were accompanied by P.
ti. Snook. Justice of tho pcaco at
Mr. and Mrs. James relton, pos
sessors' or ono of the finest ranches In
tho Wooa river dountry. wore In town
yesterday and last night with their
two guests, Miss Elinor and Dorothy
Orth, of Medford,
Sheriff Low, Patrolman Mclaugh
lin. Chief Wilson and Uiko Walker,
who Journeyed to Portland by auto,
mobllo last week for tho purpose of
testifying Leforo tho federal grand
Jury, returned'homo-last night,
Mr. and Mrs. T. K. CTrlfflth and
sons. Dale nnd Vcrn, arrlted from
Now Pine Creek on their way to
IMgnnc, where they will visit Orlf
mil's parents and with Everett Grif
fith, formerly a resident of this city.
Clcnn Hammond drove Into town
yesterday from hla ranch near Mer
rill and brought a number of men
with him whoiasslstcd with tho hay
ing. All tho hay Is up on tho Ham
mond ranch and ho reports a fine
showing as far as his crop was con
cerned. Donald C. Lawrence, eldest son of
tho Jlev. K. P.- Lawrence of Mtdford,
formerly of this city, was married In
Medford lasl Saturday to Miss Pearl
Skinner or Medford. The couple will
spend their honeymoon at Ilocky
Point, and will make their home In
Mr. and Mrs. 8. K. Mirtln and
daughters, Vivian and Tlortba. ac
companied by Kenneth Thayer and
Stanley ficorge, who aro visiting
hero, returned homo last night aNcr
several days spent at Crater lake and
Rocky Point. This morning they loft
for Malln to spend the day looking
over tho wheat (Iclds In that part or
Supplying milk to. most or the
babies of Columbus, Ohio, Is tho,
business or C. II. Angovino, who Is
hero visiting his brother-in-law "W. 8.
Slough.. Angcvino conduct a largo
dairy farm near Columbus which Is
rated as ono of the largest In tho
state. At present he Is cmjoylng tho
first vacation of many years, having
loft his thrco boys in charge of tho
farm. From here ha will visit Crater
Lakn, later going south to Los An
Du you s'pose It's posslblo to iovo
two fellas at the satno tlmo?" anxl
ously asked Yvoano of tho rapid flro
"Not If thoy kotch you at It!"
briskly replied llcloiao of tbu sumo
Marshall Nullan and Blanche
Hwuet wcru married recently, It is
perfectly proper, wo presume, to say
that Nollan got "Hwool" wife.
Still, tho chap who said skirts woro
coming down hit it about as well as
tho chap who said prices wcro.
Memories Will Lira Wfcei Yo
Say It With
Flower's Mrftvwy ccailoa
Kbmth Fbwcr Sbtf
Open Sundays) I to 1
Week days, I a. . to I p, m,
Minuter Seeks to
Prevent Statin of
JKIISHV CITY, N. J., Jy 27. A
protest against the holding of tho
llenny Leonnrd-Uw Tondler light
weight boxing championship contest
nt Itoylo's Thirty Acres tonight wa
mado to Mayor Hague today by ltov,
Harvoy I.. Wyatt, nctlug for tho so
ciety of New Jersey for tho proven-
tlon of crime, a nowty-organUcd min
Dr. Wyatt told tho mayor that tho
Tcndlrr-Lcojiard affair would bo de
moralising. .He asked the mayor to
seo to It. U tho right actually dlii
tako place, that tho law for the pun
ishment of crlmo was enforced.
"The mayor thanked mo, and snld
nothing more," Dr. Wyatt said later.
Counsel for tho Mlnlitorlal Asso
latlon said tho association had lllllu
hopo of preventing tho' match, but
that It was going to seek In tho next
legislature n revision of tho boxing
law, and wanted to show that It had
le't nothing undnno to protent tho
A tall, strong man walked Into m
"I wan n sol of lady's 'turf," ho
Raid. ' '
"WJmt VlndT"' nuked tho male ns
alstant. "That brown set In tho window
will do If It's not too denr," replied
tho strong man.
"Oh, you mean skunk!" said tho
The poor assistant Is still In tho
"Can tho flapper maka her way?"
asks n professor. Sha doesn't liavu to
make her way. Shu has It. Los An
A Vital guest Ion
It was Dm last ledum of Iho tiinu
and tho professor whs urgliiK bin
nludnntn to put alt their tlimi In mii
paratlou fur tho final .examination,
"Tho examination (iiiistloiui nrn now
In tho lunula of tho printer," ho mild,
"Now uro thoro any inoro itiiimtloiiH
ou want nnnnnri'd nt Ihla tlmoT"
A olco from the back row after u
miiinunt'ii slloiui) "Who Is tho print-nrT"
During tho flint half of Iti'JI
moro thnn U,00U nulmnnhllcH wcru
Impiirlrd Into tlrugiiayT
THE FLORSHEIM SHOE
THE FLORSHBIM SHOE
satisfies n world of men
with widely varying tastes,
and meets the most exacting
requirements throughout the
strenuous lifo that a good
shoe must live. -
A shoe of fine, ipttliiy ,
at a low price '
"1 AIN'T MAD AT NOBODY" -
FOR THE MAN
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Zero hour for Winters' Jewelry Stock approaches. Indications
point to record-breaking crowd when Sale starts at 7:30
tonight Window filled with "Rewards" attracts
throngs. Society plans to attend Mr. Winters'
"Party" en massecards not required
and formal dress is barred.
KM ANY folks in Klamath Falls arc
counting the hour until seven
thirty and the start of the jrreat Win
ders' Auction Sale. All day yester
,'day ve were busy with good people
who were interested in the many
fine articles that will be sold to the
IN alittle book that I carry I mark
ed the number of people who de
clared' that they would be on hand
promptly at seven-thirty tonight and
this is a brief summary; 43 people
are going to be here to buy watches;
seven young men are going to bid on
rings that may lead them to a lot of
grief unless they reconsider the mat
ter and change their minds; eight
ladies are going to buy cut glass wa
ter sets and innumerable people are
going to add to their table silver at
auction prices, besides the folks who
have decided on lavalliers, ear rings,
bracelets and the thousand and one
articles that go to make up a stock
ONE dear little woman with a list
of relatives to remember next
Christmas gave me p pleasureable
hour trying to find things vthaf would
make suitable gifts for her little
grandchildren. She is all fixed up
knows what she is going to bid on
and how high she is going too. Be
tween the few of us, I earnestly hope
(hat no one tyids against that jlear
little lady. I'm for her and you must
not forget it. "
THE other' day 'I advertised cut
lery in 'our stock." There "ain't'
no more knives and razors." I sold
the entire cUtlery stock last night at
private sale; ip, ono Ipt. Sorry to do
it, but tho stock, is large and the
'need for money is most urgent. I
just couldn't resist, but it won't hap
pen again, I promise.
ONE last promise. Nothing will
, be said or dono that won't
measure up, to the highest standards
pf honesty. Only the baro truth
and courteous treatment. I want to
make this sale a success, for the
sake of an institution that means u
great deal to your town, for tho
Winters' store is a credit to Klain
athFalls. S' EVEN-Thiity is tho time. I acl
vise that you como cSrly for the
''Rewards" go to the early comors.
And, be as liberal as you can for the'
spkc of your neighbor in distress.
" "-i4J I Thank You.
ARTHUR H. ALLEN, for tho
Merchants Finance Company, Liquidating
WINTERS' JEWELRY STOCK
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