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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 15, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD.' KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON1
IS A CONSPICUOUS SUCCESS
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Smce our sale began Tuesday morning our store has been visited by a steady stream of buyers who have been attracted by our genuine "marked-down
prices, and who have found the shoes they wanted in makes and sizes that fairly radiate style, comfort, and the maximum of shoe service
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your. selection, still those who buy now stand a better chance to get the shoes they want
Kid, Button and Lace
Valued up to $12.00,
LADIES' HI WHITE
Hi or Low Heels
Gray Luxite Rib-top Silk
Hose, SPECIAL 95c
Wper cent OFF on all
Hosiery Luxite and
Remarkable Bargains on
our Center Table.
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BIG REDUCTIONS IN ALL MEN'S SHOES
Brown and Grey All Sizes
Sizes 5 to 8, now
Sizes 8Vt to 11, now
Sizes 11 to 2, now
2fc to 6, now
WONDERFUL SAVINGS ON DURABLE AND PROPER VACATION SHOES FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
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The World's Worthy
The assortment oftToilet Preparations which we handle includes all foreign
and domestic goods which have been found worthy of public favor. When
you need fine
PERFUMES, TOILET WATERS, CREAMS,
LOTIONS, COSMETICS, SHAMPOOS,
MASS AGE PREPARATIONS
you'll be safe in coming directly to us. If we furnish it, you may be sure that
it is genuine and fresh and that the price will be right.
The Store That Has It First
I PERSONAL MENTION I
visiting Mm. Itttynotds' mothar, Mn,
II. II. Kdmunds, (or a weak or ten
its) i. Yesterday, accompanied !
Mm. Nato OttorbHn and MIss.J- W. Siemens anil 0. W. Mattorn
Grace Iloagland returned from Port-!of tho First State & Swings bank,
land las,t night, accompanied by Mas-the visitors spent tho day at tliu Sad
ler Jnck Heaver, who will spend n,"u Mountain I.umbur company'
They drove up friim tho city In their
car and will leave latu today for
Crater Lake and other outline polntt.
KLAMATH FALLS OREGON
WHeRE PARTICULAR KOPLC
UV THEIR DRUGS
K PEOPLE Ctf
few months with tilt grandparents, camp.
There will bo n called meeting of, Miss Mildred Tallinn wont to Wor
the Library club tomorrow (Friday) den, Oregon, thin morning to spond n
afternoon at 3 o'clock. Kvery mcm-icouP'e of dai with relatives.
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there Is Important business to bo
Mm. H.'J. Ilcndrickson left thin
morning for hur home In Portland
after having ipent two weeks hero
with her huiband. She may decide
to make her home In thla city.
Mr. and Mra. W. C. Dohannon, of
Kaniai, who hare been here for
four monthi looking over the coun
try, left thla morning for Seattle,
Washington They were accompanied
a far as Weed by their aon and hli
I Matt Freeman left thin morning
for Oakland, California, after having
Bvnt a week here on business.
Mlia Gertrude Dowdall, who hat
been apondlng the pait week at
Crater Lake, left thla morning for
her home la San Francisco.
J. It. Abbott was a passenger on
the morning train for Medford where
be will look after matters or busi
ness. Robert and Julia Collier arrived
last night from flan Francisco 'for a
wife, Mr. and Mra. W. D. Dohannon, ' abort visit with Mr. and Mra. Andrew
of Dallas, Texas, who have located In J Collier at their home on Third street.
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flatus Merredltu, who has bnen
visiting ins sister in Cortland for tint
past few days, has returned and Is at
his desk In tho First National bank
M. Delfattl was In town from hl
ranch In the valley south of hen,
this morning attending to business.
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Norrls left this
morning for Hilt, California, for an
Indefinite business trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Ilert Alford, who
have been here for a couple of weeks
loft thla morning for their homo la
Dale Soule returned yestordar
from Chlloquln where he has boeu
on an extended vacation.
J. H. Moore, who was with tho California-Oregon
Power company at
one time, Is back on a short visit this
Mrs. Mattle Aleiander left thla
morning for Maryarllle, California,
where she will visit relatives and
friends. . s
E. 8. Bend, of Kansas City, Mis
souri, who baa been looking after
lumber Intereata here for the past
two days, left on tho morning train
for Los Angeles.
Mrs. Mary Tlte, returned to her
borne In Orlnell, Iowa, this morning,
after having spent four months hern
visiting wljh Mr. and Mrs. Dert Mas
toe. W. A. niossom, Inspector of the
Pullman company, has been bore on
ft business trip, and left this morn
ing for San Francisco.
Mr. and Mrs. M. J, Montelth, who
have boon hore on business for tho
past two days, loft this morning for
Shasta Springs, California. Prom
there they expect to go to their home
In Albany, Oregon,
Mr, and Mrs, I. It. Harris, who
have been visiting hero for the last
two days, returned to their home In
San Francisco this morning.
"Mr. and Mrs. John Reynolds and
son. are -here from Washington,
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Albert Ray and Elinor Fair in
"THE LOST PRINCESS"
A happy snappy romance full of smiles and tears
"THE FORGED BRIDE" sUrring Mary MacLaren
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a beautiful picture
jcATnrn bykrv day
the Notcnes mate Dank. Tier )
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