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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 13, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
K. K. K. STORE'S SPECIAL SALESl
Doirt buy one thing in Clothing, Shoes or
Furnishings until you have looked over
our stock and got our prices, for here you
have the largest stock in the country of
first class Standard Merchandise, to make
your selections from
Some Bargains in Shoes
Boys' $7.50 Hi-Top Bergmann Shoes, now $4.35
Men's-$8.50 and $9.00 Walk-Over Shoes, now..$&35
Men's $8.50 to $10.00 Nap-a-Tan and Dry Sox
Shoes, now r$6.35
Special lot of Men's English Shoes, worth reg
ularly $7.50, now , $2.95
Men's $6.00 and $7.00 Work and Dress Shoes,
now ' $4.35
SOME SPECIAL BARGAINS
$25.00 Oregon Casimerc Suits, nil wool, finely
tailored; fine' assortment of patterns, now $16.8.j
YOU CAN SAVE ABOUT $10.00 ON ANY OVERCOAT
IN THE STORE
20 per cent off on Every Wool Shirt in the Store
Whale-Bak Logger Shirts, regular $12.50, now ' $8.85
25 per cent off on all Patrick Mackinaws
Mei's $5.00 heavy all wool Dutchess Pants, now $3.85
Men's $6.00 heavy all wool Dutchess Trousers, now $3.85
Men's $7.50 heavy all wool Dutchess Trousers, now $4.85
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Men's Canvas Gloves, two pairs for 25c
LEADING CLOTHIERS AND HATTERS
LET STEEOS GO
t Pretty today, isn't it? Please ac
cept another of our thanks.
I was going to tell you a story of
a real Itching of the heart ,tho birth
stone and the sweet and happy cnd-t
ing, but you'll have to wait a day or
two, as the heroine can't do this part,
as it is too cold for her regaly, as
this Is a.summer scene.
'Course, Mable, you won't under-
stand, but I have to eat so nluch you,
must, if you harp the money, come
MUNICH, (Correspondence'of the and get one of these umbrellas, as
Associated Press). The returning they are the class, and are the "right
and demobilizing 'armies here, n prJfM- ,,..,, . . ..,..'
. .. . .,, Sncllest little bud vabes at six bits
great part, come quietly home, put a one I
down their arms and disband without Tne" Amethjht for thib month, and
trouble. A small percentage .of the you should wear one if you wear.
unruly element, such as compose the nothing else I mean do nothing,
L.ebknocht-Sparatacus Anarchist, ' --u't have any lucnoj
group, however, tons made as much araetnsts come from Urazil antl Ura
as possible, and has .shown special guay. In South America. The royal i
-fondness for crooked horse deals. 1 purple colors are the best grade, andj
The .Peasants' Cuncil of Munich are very handsome. ,
1,M ,.MI.. n ronnrt o hnw that Dn,t f0rSet the ala Clocks, WO.
.u H-f. .w-. - -- - - got a lQt r tj,em at prjces
rr 'ifff' n '
hundreds of returning soldiers have
been permitted to keep a horse as a
souvenit The permission naturally
does not come from the military au-
.i..1l ,., trcm i.nriorlln and thp u""6."uo Vao.Vu '" "'
iUU....v., -. soraeinmc is tne matter with a Der
soldiers have then put the animals son tnat economizes on their eyesight,
thus secured on the market at ridl-. We got fountain pens for a DOL
cuIoub prices. LAn They are nearly human, as
One regiment that should-havo-had '"?' ?f L. i,V um you ever
THE DOLLY 5ISTER5 in
"THE MiaiON D0LLAE D0LLIE5"
AT THE LIBERTY
When will thisworld be Stagnant
tlon? When the women are all cone. I
Say, ain't you goin' to get any '
spex? The eyesight is the dearest I See" Charles S. Hood, Klamath
thing God has to give, and wo think! Agency for health and accident Jr..
surnnce. lz-tr i-i
High Grade Merchandise at
J. F. Maguire Co., Inc.
Final clearance of many lines of merchandise that you
need now, and will for a few months. Also a special sale
of Ginghams, Hosiery, Underwear, Corsets and Shoes.
800 Worses returned with but- 80, the
get full by yourself?
VALENTINE SOCIAL FRIDAY '
The Christian Endeavor societies of
tho city will give a valentine social
Friday night at 7:30 at the Cbris-
We havp seven nervine travs that . . ." . .. .
rt having been sold, In many cases we wI se for a dol,ar J thta;I"tS ueavoren. ana menus
it Is feared, for slaughter an easy week. Ignorance is something we all ' m
way of concealing all trances. The city have ad "ck of silver ware' See Charls 8. Hood, Klamath
authorities recently confiscated 97 fj bQ kB JJ' " Agency, for Indian gracing lands and
animals that had been sold In this Guaranteed watches $2.00 and' u'n"eT- 12'tr
underhand way for slaughter. The $2.50. and we don't want your moneyi
Peasants' Council has organized a If they don't prove satisfactory.
guard of 40 men to help down the Somo wimmin get married again
'cause dead men tell no tales. i
evl1' And, Mabel, if this "he person"
- says you are not really the first, but
Fine feathers make fine birds, but something Just as good, make him go
Jewel Carmen in her latest William strong on the diamond before It's
Fox photoplay. "Lawless Love," everlastingly too late.
thonter toniKht only, finds that a Nothing is supposed not to bo dl-
thoato rtonlght only, finds that a vlsable at all, but It's divlsablo by
bandit who turns straight for love is two. .
n bolter man thanher dancing part- Suppose she marrlec tho guy with a
nor in his nroadway clothes. Don't future nothing divided by two, eh, I
miss the Liberty tonight. It Mable? V
Seriously speaking, we like you and t
. -. want your patronage.
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Hurry to our aid.
Mcllattan's, at 605 Main strest.
Saturday evening we dance
that tho undersigned has purchased
from G. S. Callcn, the garage known
as the "Electric Service" garage, and
all of tho fixtures and stock on hand,
on January 4, 1919. The said G. S
Callen to assume and pay all debtB
existing prior to the said 4th day of ,. "uiuruuy evening we uance wun
January. 1919. and the. undersigned "? less Orchestra, wbleh com
.".. V..-1. ji.. - ,, .n..tn,i prises tho best musicians in Klamath.
dances to keep two dances running.
If you wish to enjoy a pleasant even
ing dancing, come. 13-3t
The kaiser s growing a beard. Ev
idently ho has had enough close
shaves. Baltimore American.
. FEBRUARY 14th
' MR. F. KILLENDAHL
Phone. J 81 r i
CHANGE IN ARRANGEMENTS
Owing to the demand for seats on
Saturday and Sunday evenings at the
Liberty theater, tho management
wishes to announce that on these two
ovenlngs children cannot be admitted
on the parents' tickets, as heretofore,
but will have an opportunity at each
matinee on Saturday and Sunday to
take advantage of this privilege, as a
child under 12 years of age will be
admitted free with each 20c ticket at
all matinees and evening perform
ances except Saturday and Sunday
night.' Children will see the same
show, complete, as would be seen in
the evening, and gives the grown-ups
a better chanco for seats. In addi
tion, a special comedy for children
will bo shown every Saturday mat-.
Ineo, i2-4t '
The custom of using
Jewelry for valentines
Is a very pretty one, In
deed. Certainly .to be
remembered on the
14th of February with
a present of a dainty
pin, a handsome ring, a
stylish scarf pin, or
some other article of
Jewelry, Is to bo high
It need not bo an ex
pensive prosent. At
Upp's you will find
many pieces of Jewelry
of the quality one likes
to give, aj not-too-costly
prices for a valen
tine. Sot rings, $3 to $100
Bar pins', $1 to $3.50
Brooches, $1 to $25,
Lavallicrn, $5 to $75.
Scarf pins $1 to $25.
Cuff links $1 to $15.
Frank M. Upp
511 Muiu Street
Fine WijUh Repairing
fcfiW.mtmyi.f m-n-nv. a-wi I, . . himJ
The HALLMARK Store
ALL REMAINING COATS IN STOCK ABOUT
" ONE-HALF PRICE
We are determined to sell every Coat oh hand,
and have made unusually heavy reductions. Many of
these Coats are suitable for spring wear, and you 'can
save about half.
$20.00 Women's Coats ,. $12.75
$23.85 Women's Coats :...r. $14.95
$30.00 Women's Coats -. $18.75
$35.00 Women's Coats v $22.75
$45.00 Women's Coats -.. ..$27.75
WOMEN'S SUITS GREATLY REDUCED
An excellent opportunity to purchase a high grade
" garment for little money.
$20.00 Women's Suits r. .' $14.85
$27.50 Women's Suits $17.95
$30.00 Women's Suits $19.75
$35.00 Women's Suits . $20.75
SPECIAL SALE OF CORSETS
We will offer our entire stock of R. & G. Corsets at
reduced prices for Friday and Saturday. All-the late
models reduced, in sizes 18 to 34.
$2.00 Corsets, special price $1.55
$2.50 Corsets, special price ....: , $1.95
$3.00 Corsets, special price $2.45
$3.50 Corsets, special price . $2.95
$4.00 Corsets, special price $3.35
$5.00 Corsets, special price $4.15
GEORGETTE AND CREPE DE CHINE WAISTS,
$6.45 Waists, sale price $5.35
$6.95 Waists, sale price $5.85
$7.85 Waists, sale price $6.25
i;500 YARDS DRESS GINGHAMS, 25c YARD
Standard quality Ginghams, in checks, plaids and
stripes, 27 inches wide.
SPECIAL SALE OF WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S
Women's Silk Lisle Hose, in black or white, reg
ular or outsize, our 60c hose.
Special Sale price 48c
Women's Silk Hose in black, white, brown, irrav:
j our regular $1.25 hose.
Special Sale price $1.09
Women's Lisle Hose, in black or white, our reg
ular 35c hose.
Special Sale price 29c
Children's, heavy fleece-lined hose, two special
Regular 35c, Sale price 29c
Regular 40c , Sale price .....' 34c
WOMEN'S KNIT UNDERWEAR AT SPECIAL
Fleece-lined Vests and Tights, sizes 34 to 44.
Regular $1.25, Special Sale price .95c
Women's fleece-lined Union Suits, 'sizes 34 to 44.
Regula'r $2.50, Special Sale price $1.95
Women's Silk and Wool Union Suits, our regular
$4.00 value. - b
Special Sale price $3,15
QUEEN QUALITY SHOES, SALE PRICES
Black, brown, gray and field mouse! sizes 2V to 8,
widths AA to E. '
$ 6.50 Queen Quality Shoes $5.15
$..7.50 Queen Quality Shoes . $5.85
$ 9.00 Queen Quality Shoes $7.85
$10.00 Queen Quality Shoes $8.35
$12.50 Queen Quality Shoes $9.85