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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 16, 1920)
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TUESDAY, MARCH IS, 1010.
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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Our Fourth Annual Spring Opening
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1 Saturday, March 20th
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You have waited for. months. You have waited through many
months of winter and have been longing for the time when you
could shed the sombre garments of a season. that naturally, calls for
coats and suits in keeping with the snow and ice, the cold wind and
i the sleek So we knowyou fyill appreciate this long (Iooked for
.announcement of our)aruYu'a4 Spring Opening. ' -V
We ourselves hail; it with joy, because .ve'haveipent 'many
weeks of hard work and careful discrimination in selecting for
you the garments that are certain to merit your praise.
Each department is now completely stocked' with latest Spring
goods, just in from the eastern markets it will surprise you to
find such complete lines this year when merchandise is scarce.
We do not cry 'Tpf,, Wolf," but it is only fair to say that labor
and fabric conditions are such bthat' merchandise is not easy to
obtain from the manufacturers, so 'we advise that you make your
selection as early as possible.
Whether you are ready- to buy or not, call during this Opening
and see just how we are prepared to' serve in the way you like.
Souvenirs for the Ladies
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Doors Open' at 9 A.M.
H. . MOE, Proprietor
0 Doors Open at 9 Av M.
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IUniliu;liin AdvortlHhiK MKt')'i l
Hid city from lluITiilo, N. Y., In tho
Illtiiri'MtH of ItlM ft) i n i' H ".
Mih. K. I. Ilrowni'll lufl yoBlortlnjr
for CnriituK, Ciillf.i for vlHlt.wUli
iir. mill .MrH. nun nunn. nn -pivlN
In Ki fartlior hoiiIIi Mini Hpoiul
Kiivonil vt'1n In (illinr (.'iillfiirnlii
Twpnt.v-fciir iiuiinliorH linvo ill
ri'iiily Joined tin' Arnu'iiliui cluli.
IIOUN Miinli la, I!i20. ill lliolr
tiotiio llvo mllcn out on tlm Ulcnn
roiul, to Mr. mill Mth. Jonopli Trniuul,
TOOK LONG TRIP
TO CONVINCE THEM
J. II. Coll in ii n nnil 0nir Peyton
liiivn roturnoil from I'ortluml, whoro
tluy went on n trip of Invent Ijtnt Ion.
Tho objnrt wnH to nncortnln tho
incrltH of tin) (llfforont Iruckn and
ronipnrn thorn with tho ono tlioy hail
ilucldnl to buy. Hut thoy roturned
wlnor and happlor num. A Mr.
Collman puts It:
"Wo wanted to not tho best, and
wore not natlxfled with what wo wtiro
shown hem. After looking pror
about fifteen different moke of
trucks and seolnR them In actual
operation In tho hands of their own
nrs, wo found that we could ham
stayed nt homo and bouRht a Mack
truck and hnd nil of our domandt
fulfilled. Of coumo, wo now know
that wo have mude no mistake, but
It took tho trip to canvlnco us and
we nro clad wo went.
Tho Mnck truck Is handled In this
territory by J. II. Garrett & Ron.
I. O. O. K. TO HOIill
Odd FoIIowm will hold an Import
ant bURlnLs inootliiK at tho I. O. 6.
P. hall hero Vrldny night nt 7:3.
Members outsldo Klamath Kails aro
especially urged to mnko a point ot
attending. Visiting momboni aro
D0G5 IN "HOCK"
SACRAMENTO, Cal.. Mar. 1.
Jacob CJoldman, Bacrnmonto pawa
broker, loaned $2 to a shoepmaa
who said he "would bo right bock,"
taking two dogs as security. Tho
owner has failed to return and Gold
man, when he sought, legal advice
found that be would luivo to rotaia
the dogs, an any othor property, sis
montlts before disposal. ''
Tho dogs nro health y and tholr
nppotlto Is good. "They aVo cntlnfe
tho shop from ovor my head," Gold
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
hOST Straw suit caso on hill road
to, Merrill Ooo. F. Rohror. Rec
lamation offlco. 16-10
FOR SALE 3 room furnished
houso, largo lot, chicken houso and.
yard $800, $500 ttish. 1ml. $15.09
por month. Inquire 321 Grant St. '
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flioctrlc Wiring II. Shldlir
WANTKD Oho or more lota at ond'
of Cth, 7th, or 8th St. on hill
T. M, II. Horold. 10-18 r
Used cars for salo ono 1918
Chevrolet, flrst-clasH running condl-'
tlon. Trices aro right, Central Oar-
ago, . 16-tf
WANTED Dronzo turkey gobblor.
Stato prlco. Wrlto Ray Frouar,
Bonanza Oro. 16-10 ,
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WANTED To buy at onco n whool
od Invalid chair. Dr. A. A. Sdulo.'
Now modorn houso on 9th strooU
almost comploted. Will completo and
sell for $3300. Tonus.
Fivo room houso & bath, closo In
on Cth etroot. Price $3100. Easy
Soven room houso on Pine street,
Lot CG x 112. Closo to proposed Post
Offlco slto sure to be business prop
erty. Prlco $6500, Terms. '$'3, 000
cash. Dal. 8 per cent.
Suite 1 Swanson Bldg. Phone 484
16 , .,.
One. box' containing two dozen cy
linder phonograph records, horn,,
support and crook. Finder, please not-.
Ify or loave at Evans, Dalln & Lucas,
910 Main. 16-17
Tho Liberty shows you a now ono
ovory day. at".
. Spoclal mooting, Wed. Mar. i7,
1920, Frank Ward E. C. 1C-17
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