The Klamath News from Klamath Falls, Oregon on December 15, 1926 · Page 5
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The Klamath News from Klamath Falls, Oregon · Page 5

Klamath Falls, Oregon
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Wednesday, December 15, 1926
Page 5
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THE KLAMATH NEWS Wednesday, frecemW 15, t02- Page Five Ptfst Offfce Now Unusually Busy , Deck it III loot! pottofflre are being cleared (or heavy mllon thin week, when a lurn volume of the oulRulnn mall will he beadlvd. Thla Appropriation is Made for Klamath WASHINGTON, Dee. H, (O.N Tha bouaa today approved tba ap will l.e followed lir a hla. IniTeano In tha retain i ' mall from out-alila pulnta, 'i t'mt there will ba lllllo reel fo,- i.4lul omployea lia-tween now aud rbrlntinae. Thla la according lo I'oatmaater John A. Mct'all, whu yeaturdar alat-d thai au far earrlera ara run-corned, the nrluf will alart ahout Ian dave liaftTa (.'hrlatiuaa ami continue eaveral ' ilaya aftorward. "Tha lata , mailer, Ilka lha poor, (a with Oi alwaya." llcfall atatcd, "ao the rnrrlera will probably have heavy Imaa on (wlllix alaal'.yluf lumvy duy oil Mondiiy mill Tueeilay. attur ClirUtmua." Kor lha rouvcnli'hre of pulrona who ara dluourei;ed by tha ioiiko tlon that la a ilnlly oocurricn In lhi lural poatoftlcn lobby each af tornoou, I'uatmaaier MoCall auKKoam thai mora people do tneir inailinn In Ihn mnrnhiR. "One uwMiranru that InulllliK curly In tha duy of-, ten. la thai Ilia nnrrola am aure In ao out on tha rvenliiK train," M.'Cull aald, "Deadline for thin (rain la at four-flttoeu In the afternoon, anil If pair una will mull earlier, tha chance for their purrela at lha ioetoftlce will not ba nearly ao ureal." Karly aeaaoiml mailing baa been rery aatla'actory, lha poatinaater de. rlnred, and II la heliovei' liv the de-"purtment here that the piildle ha really dulded to mnll early, or at leaat that eome of I'.wm, which la duly welcomed by ell tht ponlul clerka. Paul Cone, regular rlerk, who relumed to' hla dutlea Munday following week'a lllne. waj forred by a relapse to return ti h:a home ye-torday, John Hvenaon. e!o off Le-cauaa of alrkneu. la Lucfc on hla regular Job, propriation of 14 50,000 for con- alrurilon of t ho Duker reclamation project. Tha auni wua reported by tha committee, but not mentioned In Ihv biidgal. Tlio void waa viva vore. A total of tll.lilMOO In np-proprlallnna waa voted for reclamation work In Iho wait and eouth-weat, . , Cramlon aald lluker had linen Ix tlmea unanlinoualy approved by IIih appropriation committee. The appropriation will Include: 17(10,000 for Vale; 1200,000 for I'matllia and tSSO.OUU for Kluin-alh, upproved without objection, GREATER PART U. S. AND CANADA : ' . . " ' .... . , ' r ,,,'..-!. .. . I' I "" . ' , - ) .. . r. .. ft fr '1 j , ..(.. I J , lj II... I ' ! , ' I . t I: ' ' ' .... - I - , , ..,,,.1 -v I (t'onllniied from I'age One) four denthn In lha northweNtorn -part t Iho fulled Ktalva. five In weetem I anada, two In Colorado, one eiiih In Mlnneutxilla aud HI. I'uill, four In the Chlinto area, mill three In the caul. International Kalla, Minn., clnlm-e( the recordjow tenipernture with a mark of 3K UeKrjea below xoro. In lt dearent the cold wave awept throuKh Kuniiaa unl Mlaaourl, whero five below waa reported, into Okrlihoma aud down lo Trxn. i At Milwaukee aevrral men were taken lo the hoepitnl with froxen ! feet and handa after 100 workera had lulnired ull niaht lo free a car ferry which went aground In !.ako Michigan. Wandering awny In' billiard at Hheridan, Wyoming. J. V. .Macnar-nu, xi-year-old civil war veteran, waa believed to hare met hla doath. COUNTY COURT TO ATTEND MEETING DEATHS (Contlaacdl I rout race One) M.tltT AflTIK (iltlf-'I'lTH Pnneral aervlrea for the late Mary Artie (irlffttb will be held at the Toe Valley cemetery thla afternoon at 1:30 o'clock with Kev. A. F. Hlmmoua of lha Ffrat Baptlat church officiating. liemaiua are at the Karl Whlllock Kuneral Home. Pino venue at Sixth. OKOHOK KVKHKTT MFIX'. JK. Krlenda are rrapectfully Invited to attend the fpnernl aervlcea for ' George Everett Meloy, Jr. to be held thla morning at 10 o'clock at the Earl Whltlnck Funeral Home, Pine avenue at Klxth. Itev. J. I.. Deattv officiating."' TriteYmetiT'will b made In Llukvllla cemetery. . . Mr.. Helm III Mra. Myrtle Helm, principal of Pelican City acbool, waa ill at her home yenterday and aubatllut placed In her rlaaa room. She waa lufferlng from an ttack of influenia and cold that that haa kept many teachera confined to their homea thla week. Ileaullful allk underwear greatly reduced In price at Dee Ilegina big eale. 12ft 8. Till Bt. poaalUIn for hint lo attend the mauling thla month. It la the hope of Judge Bunnell and the eommlealonera to wall upon (he highway cotnmtaalon. aeeklng clltiig of Klamath county'a roada from Algoma point lo the Dnachutea county line, or fiend, and from Keno lo the Jackaun county line. Three oiling projocta laat aummer from Klamath Falla radiating on The Dallea-Talifornla highway outh to the Junction of the Merrill Lnkevlew route, and north to Al goma point, and went to Keno, have atooil up remarkably woll dur Ing the avvere atorma that have torn up other aectlooa of the county, ac cording, lit repnrla. IMPORTANT RANCH DEAL IS CLOSED (Continued Prom Page One) Indefinite period, haa been fertll-lied and prepuratlona mude for early planting. An actual conalderatlon of 000 for Iho 160 arrea la an excellent pricu for land In that auction of Klamath county, although rauchera have proved upon the land na promising potato aoll. Theatre ON THE STAGE Five fine Vaudeville nets tonight and you arc sure to enjoy them all. Last dhow starts at nine fifteen. ON THE SCREEN Elinor Glynn's story SOUL MATES" haa a lot of comedy aa well aa heart throbg. Tho cast In excellent. i Harry Borel and Hit Ochettra, of couroel Watch for the announcement of our bip; CHRISTMAS CHEST SHOWS At The Liberty Laura Jean Libbey'a great story "WHEN LOVE GROWS COLD" with Natacha. Rambova (Mrs.. Rudolph Valentino) and Clivo Brook in the leading; roles. So much has been written of this remarkable lady who won and lost the heart of the great Valentino that everyone wants to see her. Tonight is your opportunity to do so. Watch for tho announcement of tho CHRISTMAS CHEST SHOW It's coming soon now. WEDNESDAY EVENING . r eJ fr ( DECEMBER 15th n -i f t From 7 p. m. to Midnight i Never before in the history of Klamath Falls has there been a Midnight Sale, and never before in the history of America has there been such astounding values, such sweeping reductions on Men's Suits and Overcoats as we will offer you during this sale. ' i. Due to the extremely mild weather during the fall season we find ourselves heavily overstocked with Suits and Overcoats. We must unload and unload them quickly. PRICE IS NO OBJECT. Therefore we are going to place our entire stock of Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats on Public Sale Wednesday evening from 7 P. M. to 12 P. M. I ' , , ',1 ".,!,.,'.' " ' , '- Come and Pick Out Your SUIT or OVERCOAT ; " At Less Than WHOLESALE PRICES. Note below the tremendous reductions on such nationally .known makes of clothing as Hart Schaffner & Marx, Clothcraft, Kenyon, Daniel Boone, Ruddyshade and others. $25.00 Values Overcoats and Raincoats $12.85 Gabardine and others $30 to $35 Values Men's Overcoats $18.85 Daniel Boone and others " $35 to $40 values $40 to $45 Values Men's Overcoats $23.85 Genuine Kenyon and others $25 and $30 values 'Men's Wool Suifs $18.85 Newest Fall Styles $35 to $40 values Men's Wool Suits $23.85 . . . Clothcraft and others $45 to!$50 Values Men's Wool Suits $29.85 . Including " Hart Schaffner & Marx A SMALL DEPOSIT WILL HOLD ANY SUIT OR OVERCOAT REMEMBER 7 Until Midnight Wednesday, December 15 We Sell for Less Oregon Woolen Stores Eighth a nd Main Always the Best

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