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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 30, 1920)
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White, Black, Brown
$3.00 to $12.00
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The load that low shoes established early in the
season as the prime favorite in high grade shoe fash
ions has been increased month by month. Probably
never before has one style of footwear made as big
a hit in so short a time.
This popularity is unquestionably due to the trim
ness and comfort which low-shoes alone afford and
the finishing touch which they add to the smartest of
street costumes. '
We'are showing fifty styles in oxfords and pumps
Hi and low heel, all shades;
I STORE CLOSED ALL DAY MONDAY, JULY 5th f
I PERSONAL MENTION I
.Mrs. M. Leonettl of 1151 I'lne
street, was operated upon this morn
Ing at the Warren Hunt hospital.
Mrs. N'esbltt ami two daughters,
of Perls. Arkansas, arrlred last even-
tag for a visit with the Hot. and Mr.
J. W. llryant on South . HlU'rslde
P. A. Ohlemcyer has sold his home
at Ninth and High streets to Owen
Kblln. of Chlloquln. Tho new owner
will take possession. within the next
two weeks. Mr. Ohleniejor has ac
cepted a position with the Carson In-'
4tan school at Stewart. Nevada, and
is going there to take up his werl: In
the sericulture department.
The man)' friends of Fathor Walsh
will be glad to learn that be Is onre
ore able to be out after a brief but
severe illness of a few day' dura
tion. Mrs. Cordoza, of Fourth and Pin?
streets. Is seriously 111 at the Wsrrcn
Hunt hospital. She was brought
there this morning. ,,
Mtv and Mrs. I.. A. Cookion. who
ityve .been hero the pint three diyi
left this morning for Weed, asd from
there ther will visit other northern
Sir. and Mrs. W H. Cline left thlsl
morning to mike tl.elr home In'
Great Falls. Montana. They hsvei
been employed on t!iovW. C. Dallon
ranch at Straw, California, for the I
Mrs. E. T. Howell, who has been
TirftiuE here with J. A. King for the
past week, returned to her home In
Wed this morning,
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Burnham and
on, Gilbert, were passengers on the
morning train for San Francisco.
Tier came over from Med ford by
Cage and visited Crater Lake yester
day. Mr. and Mrs. Sol taanord passed
through this morning on their way
to Sin Francisco. They went to
Crater Lake via Medford. i
Mrs. II, K. Christie and daughter,
Mrs. Ed. Regan and children, left
this morning for Centralis. Washing
ton. Mrs. Kegan's home Is in Con
tralla and Mrs. Christie will make
her an extended lslL
Mr. and Mrs. Abbot R. I ley wood
were pascngers on tho morning trnla
for their home In Ogden. Utah, via
San Franclco. They have been here
for the past few days and while hero
visited Crater Lake. They were
much Impressed by Klamath Falls
and especially by Its scenery.
Mrs. Natschcr and daughter, Pau
line, who have been here tlslttng
friends tor the past week, returned
to their home In Portland this morn
ing. Mrs. Ky Taylor, who has been hero
on business and a visit tor the last
week, left this morning for her home
In Los Angeles. She was accompan
ied by her son ,H. H. Van Vaticen
burg. Mrs. George T. Hart left this
morning for her home at Astoria,
Oregon. While in this city she was
the guest of Mrs. C. A. Dlack.
Miss Veda Potter, who came up
from Midland four days ago on busi
ness, returned to her home there this
Mrs. T. C. LaFrente're returned to
her home In Bray, California, on the
morning train after spending two
dajs here on business.
S. G. Watklns left this morning
for a two weeks' business visit to
Grants Pass, Oregon.
J. P. Ofenloch, who hai been here
on business since Monday, returned
to San Francisco this morning.
W. .V. Van Dyke and wife left this
morning for Ounsmulr, where they
will make tbelr home.
N. C, Fash has gone to Medford
for a few days.
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hPKCIAL AT THK
Immediately after the regular
show "The Bottom Of The World"
will be run again. It
HOI PICK OF THK PICTURES
A NBW ONK EVERT' DAT
M. W. POOLE, Ower HARRY BOREL, Musical Dlrveter
H. B. Warner, the Distinguished English Actor, in
"THE MAN WHO TURNED WHITE"
A spectacular dram of tli- Suluim dt-M-rt. TI145 story of on officer
dlymlved fivm tho Foreign Ix-kIoii, tln iR-cumeit tlu Inuler of a
baud of outlau
A Capital Comedy and our usual Wednesday
JULIAN. ELTINGE in "AN . ADVENTURESS "
WILLIAM FARNUM in "THE ORPHAN"
, ! lately after the regular show
. "THE BOTTOM OF THE WORLD"
' - ' - will b run again
The difference between the old "muzzle-loader" of 1863, shown
in the illustration, and the French 75 of 1914-18, is not greater
than the difference between fine ready-made clothes now, and
several years ago
Save Money on Your Clothes
for the Fourth
YOU'LL FIND SOME UNUSUALLY STRONG VALUES HERE; WE'RE TRYING TO RENDER A
REAL SERVICE AT THIS STORE; WE'RE TRYING TO DO MORE THAN ANYONE ELSE TO
MAKE THE CLOTHES COST OF LIVING LOWER FOR YOU. ONE WAY IS TO HAVE HART
SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHES; ANOTHER IS TO PRICE THEM AS LOW AS WE CAN AND
STILL KEEP "THE DOORS OPEN"
Our Silk Shirts in all sizes, stripes
and colors, Less 15
$10 Shirt, Special 7.25
$12 Shirt, Special $8.85
$5 and $6 Soft Collar A AK
Shirts,' Special V
All Colors and Blocks
The Season's Newest at
Our Display of Shoes will prove
to you we have the shape you
need and wear.
On AH Florsheim and Dr. Reed's
on Batreall, Herman's and others
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DRESS UP FOR THE FOURTH AND IF YOU CAN SHOP BEFORE SATURDAY, ESPECIALLY
SATURDAY. EVENING, WHEN THE WORKING MAN. HAS HIS ONLY CHANCE TO SHOP
"I AIN'T MAD AT NOBOpY'y
The home of Hart Schaf fner St Marx clothes '
STORE CLOSED ALL DAY MONDAY, JULY STH
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