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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 12, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
Just What You've Been Waiting For I
A chance to buy a year's supply at prices LESS than wholesale today !
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It will be a sacrifice to us the wholesale market
does not warrant any reduction sale but in con
formity with the leading stores of the country we
can do no less for our best friends; the army of work
el's, in this community; than make another effort to
BRING DOWN THE HIGH PRICES
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This store hat been a public serving institution
for 14 year. Business built on service and the
best merchandise and makes to be had
NO. 310-50 PAIR IN LOT, BLACK
BUTTON.'VELOUR BOX TOE. -
$2.00 UNDER WHOLESALE COST TODAY
NO. 4232 CORDOVAN ENGLISH, A NOBBY
DRESS SHOE, 50 PAIRS $12.00 WOULD BE
CHEAP Q OC-
TODAY'S PRICE PO.OO
NO. 428 BLACK VICI BLUCHER, GOODYEAR
WELT, FLEXIBLE SOLE A HERMAN'S SHOE
CO. PRODUCT 60 PAIR ALL dQ OC
SIZES, 6 TO 10 SALE PRICE PO.OO
THIS SALE IS FOR CASH
ROYAL MILLS AND RITEWARE
B. V. D. STYLE
A SUIT , ..
Limit 2 Suits to a Customer
FLORSHEIM AND DR. REED'S
EVERY PAIR REDUCED
JO PER CENT
Men's and Boy's Hats
Dress Shirts and Ties
REDUCED 15 PER CENT
A CLOSE-OUT ON GREY AND
BLUE WORK SHIRTS
142tol7 - - - $1.15
TWO FOR $2.25 '
There are some lines where our discount will be
greater than in others. Where stock is broken or
bought at prices less than this season we'll give you
a greater reduction thun advertised.
Remember our regular prices have always been
under market prices. With the great assortment and
quality we show this is an opportunity for you to save
NO. 447 AN $11.00 VALUE DARK BROWN
A HERMAN'S HIGH TOE, MILITARY 7 AC
HEEL SALE PRICE ? l "
NOS. 589-601 MULE SKIN WORK SHOES 75
PAIR ON THESE TWO NUMBERS a QC
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NOS. 577-579 TAN ARMY LAST A LIMITED
STOCK IN THESE NUMBERS HEAVY WORK
SHOES fcQ QC
DON'T ASK FOR CREDIT
" I Ain't Mad at Nobody "
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O Mr. ami Mrs.' Swan Johnson have coming to"thls city for a visit with si..-ndfiiK tho last two or threo wocks i Ing to business and vIm'.Iug rvl.ilivs Rucrults for the iullc forcn at
i PERSONAL MENTION I yurchaaed. through th agency of his friend .V. K. Sullivan of the visiting friends In Klamath Kails. i amt friends. Kol, Japan, aro being offered t?Q,
tiiii highest salary ever granted new
" Mrs. Nate Oterbcln. the home of Mr. White Pelican force. Mr. and Mrs, Hunter are spending I
Gcddard. left o T. McKendrce at Oai and 9th Mrs. OIIvp lllatt and children, ' '' l"y in Klamath Kails attond-
Dr. and Mrs. F. It
yesterday to attend tlir mention of streets, and Mrs. Johnson has ?old Laureatte and i:mmltt. left for Mil-,
me western ustcopauiia Asociauoa her homo on Ewuuna Heights to Mr. ton. Ore., this morning to make their
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at San Francisco. They expect to re-
tarn a week from tomorrow.
Hiss Alice I'almcr, one of our lo
cal teachers, returned to ber home
land Mrs. Junior Daggott.
Miss Cora Rosslter, who has: k. M. Fink and wife, who have
taught In the local schools for the , been visiting hero for the past
. nasi vpar. returned to her hoinn In mnnih fatnrn,l in thnlr linm. In T.
I. Medford this morning to spend iSan Wew thf mornlng ,koa w Mi mo
Mlts Antoinette Matt and sister,! Mrs. George Devant left for San
Agnes, are here from, San Franclsc Kranclsco this morning to make a
visiting their parents. Mr. und Mrs. short visit with relatives and friends.
her vacation at her home.
Mr. and Mrs. George Chastaln JeP.
n this morning's train for Fortland
to atend the Grand Chapter of the 0.
E. 8. which meets there on June H,
IS, 16 and 17. Mrs. Chastaln Is
Worthy Matron of the local lodge
tod goes as a delegate. Mr. Chas
Uin goes as a delegate to the Itoyal
Arch Masons which meets June 14th,
aad the Grand Lodge of Masons
which, meets June 16th
F. II. Matt, and sister. Mrs. Al. Hrfr- Mra Jack ooro ad bab. were
r"on- passengers on the morning train to
J. 1. McAnliffe is down from Fort, San Francisco where they will visit
Klamath and Is stopping at the for a few days.
Oskar Iluber left this morning for
White Pelican hotel
Mellvlle Rulek, of the Olympic
club of San Francisco, Is expected
tonight from that city. Mr. Rulek is
Special Sunday Dinner, $1.00
Crab Flake Cocktail
Shrimp Salad i,P-'-'
French Sardines ,
Fried Spring Chicken. Country Stylo
Chicken Fricassee, With Needles
" - , naked Virginia Ham, With Spiced Apple
String Deans Mashed Potatoes
Vanilla Ice Cream
Strawberries and Cream Pineapple Cream Pia
. Ts CcfM Milk
a business trip to Portland and ex
to return Monday. Mr. Iluber re
ports that the work on the state
highway Is xetting along nicely.
Mrs. Grace D. Anderson and
Z daughter, Beth, went to Woodland,
Z 'Calif., this morning to make tbelr
Norman Thujmaa left fur Kuiene
this morning to makt his home at
ZjMapleton near lngene.
H. Drlsblne and wife wero passen
gers on tbo morning train to Yreka
where Mr. Ilrlsblne will work on tlio
new school house.
C. H. Cllse, traveling salesman for
the White Pelican IJIicult company,
loft this morning for southern
W. Murphy and Frank Davis went
on a pleasure trip to Hasramonto on
the morning train.
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Floyd McComb, oldest son of J. A.
McComb, who wan taken to the War
ren Hunt hospital at Klamath Falls,
where be underwent 'an operation
for appendicitis, is getting along
well. Mr. and Mrs. J, A. McComb,
who have been In Klamath Falls
with him, returned borne today.
Joe Culbertson returned from
Medford Thursday. While there Joe
traded bis touring car for a truck.
Miss L. M, Hatch who has been In
Los Angeles the last four' months re.
turned home Saturday,
Mary Kotera Is bos again, after
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A Service of Safety
A Bank, of course, keeps your
money safe, and it can just as surely
help you handle your money safely. A
checking account heue is more than a
The cancelled checks returned to
you each month are legal receipts for
all your payments. These and many
other benefits are yours, if you open an
account with us.
Klamath State Bank
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