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THUIIHDAV, NOVKMnm 18, 1020.
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
MUItllOCII WII.Ii 01 VK
AM. timi: TO exi: STORK
It. 11. Murdoch has sold tho iloro
t 1008 Main street, known to n
wldo circle of pntrons as "Dick's,"
and will dovoto nil of his time to tho
management of hit other establish
TO tint nt tho corner ot Sixth & Kin
math. Mr. Murdoch built the Mnln
etrcet itoro from n ttnnll establish
ment to one, where, 'most anything
Xindor tho nun could bo found. Al
ready ho has mndo a Reed stnrt
towards doing tho tamo thing with
the itoro nt Sixth and Klamnth.
FOUR THOUHAM) JA1S
I.V STATI2 OF oiu:;)X
(tljr Associated Press)
PORTUAND, Nov. IS. Tho Jap
nncso population ot Oregon In nn
nounced ns 4,022, nn lncreno ot 604 i
California has 70,196 Jnpniiose.
nn Increase of 28,840, and Washing
ton has 17,114, nn lncrcaso of 4,
I 1 1 1 1 1 ill I ii ! II
I nniPTin nnnn
Itorlous merchandise which will ho
subjected to reasonable and oven
substantial jirleo reductions, hut
, which certainly will not Im sold
much lower, If lower nt nil, than re
placement vnluo ot snmo iUalltleii
for spring of 1921,
, "It la also nppnrunt that lu order
for manufacturers to conserve tho
fcood will of tholr Tegular custom
ers, theso will Ik) given tho oppor
tunity to buy somo of theso Roods
nt tho new prices, so an to permit
Mclba clgara are mild.
Wood is Cheap
IX KLAMATH FALLS t
Ninety per cent of tho people ot Klamath Falls aro buying tbelr
wood cheaply. Aro you going to be one. ot tho 10 per cent that pay
high prices for-wood T
SLAB WOOD AND 11LOCK AVOOR
nro tho fuels to buy you get tho worth of your money. If you
Insist on buying cxpenslvo woods, thnt Is your privilege but, ro
member, wo aro ready to servo you with good wood at rcasonablo
A congregation In tho Ulnck For-, ( Kroui tho Dally News Record, Now them to average tho new nurrhnsos
est has nppolnted n women curate. York, Nov. 5, 1920.) w,h Ul0 oWi thereby reducing tholr
whoso duties will bo to assist tho i Whlto retailers aro looking for-'ri i.mi .,..!, u.,- ... -
.'i - unit MiuMiin iiiviii iiiuiii ruin
pastor In church administration nml ward to drnstlc reduction In tho fortnbly to meet tho demand ot tho
lS-2Qlrarlsh work. price ot heavyweight clothing when consumer for lower price:, llegu-
I the prlcu guarantee given nt tho )nr ciitomern will ho aided In this
roniercnco in Atlantic uity expires 'manner, rnthor than manufacturors
on November 15th. whatever action disposing of these goods to big
Is tnkon will bo up to the Individual '"sharpshooters," or through non
mnnufneturer. and whatever reduc- regular customer channels,
tlons nru mndo will not bo tho result! "Manufacturers point out thnt
ot concerted uctlon, according to a (with two months of the regular re
statement Issued yesterday by Irving I tall season still before them, to ho
M, Crane, secretary of tho National followed by two more mouths of
Association of Clothiers. Tho Infor-, midwinter clearance sales, they pro
nation set forth by Mr. Crane was pose to tako a calm survey ot tho
obtained from tho various markets! situation and not to mnko too rapid
and reviews, general conditions In haste to dispose, ot their surplus nt
tho wholesaln branch of tho clollilnr ' nnrn Thn remit, ihnv will I...
" 1 - - ...W ..J , 1.1,, WUIV
Industry His statement follews: I more satisfactory to tho mnnufnc-lt
important inciurs in tno ciutninK turer anil no will obtain n hotter
situation today can bo summnrlxed price. Tho retailor will be better
as follows satisfied, also, whereby a flood of
"1. Sales nro being hold very! merchandise let loose all at onu
generally In tho largvr cities of tho time, which can only result In a ills
O. Peyton & Co.
WOOD TO BURN"
419 Main St.
Rub Backache Awaij.
nil train mini isiimnirnisinisiTnisWsTns'fisTiff
Hack hurt you? Can't straighten your hack will never hurt or cniino
up without feeling sudden pnlns, nny iiuiro nusory, u never
siinrp acuoH nun iwiiikoht .now hh
ten! That's lumbago, sciatica or may
ho from u strain, and you'll get
blessed relief tho moment yuii ruh
your hark with soothing, penelrnllng
'HI. Jacobs Oil." Nothing else takes
out soreness, lameness nml stiffness
so quickly Vou simply ruli. II on mid
out comes tho pat u. It Is perfectly
hnrmlesi and doesn't hum or ills
color the skin.
l.lmber up) Don't suffer' (let n
small trlAl bottlo from any drug
store, ami after using It Just once,
points and has boon
for 00 years. Adv.
It you nro tired or mil. feeling
well, try u hot mineral bath nt tho
Hot Hprlngs bath house. IK
Remember I need thn money. Tho
Furnisher of Happy Humes. 8lt
Klng John did not actually sign
the MnRiin Charln, as Is often staled.
What ho did was to affix his seal tit
you'll forget that you over had head tho document. Ho was unablo tu
..!.-. I.. ...I -!-!.... I ..- ....II.. .-.u.ilt til
acho, lumtiaKo or nclntlca, liocaimo wrllo ovimi IiU own iimim
.country, and prices reflect genuine nstrous prlcv-slnshlng sale ot this
'and substantial reductions. Mer- season's goods and must necessarily
I chants seem to bo sacrificing profits act as a rigid deterrent to tho plac
land retaining tho public's good will. Ing of advance orders for the spring
for tho sako ot keeping customers ot 1921."
Manufacturers have complained In
somo cases thnt retailers do not' Mrs. Wluthrop Kllsworth Stone,
'seem, to bo doing their shnro In wife of the president of Purduo unl-
incctlng tho present situation, but vcrslty, has the distinction of being
'In tho larger cities and In many of tho first American woman to mnko
tho smaller ones as wvjl, tho policy tho. ascent of Mt Asslnlbulne, one
rot the stores Is to reduce prices and of tho highest peaks ot the Canadian
, mquldato tbelr stocks, especially In Hockle.
. ... . . . .. suits, as rapidly as possible This s
' '""'movement, wo believe, 1. spreading One woman who can i.u.h a. .he
f and will bo In general practice demands of cook and housemaV.s
J I throughout tho country by tho lot- Is Miss Leah White, of l.7anlon II'.
J.tcr part of this month. who has built for herself .i spnclnm
J I "2. There Is no doubt that had bungalow In which th hoatlnc
J not tho month ot October been one washing, cleaning, cooking, nnd nth-
'of tbo warmest Octobers of which er household tasks are performed au
lithe weather bureau has any record, tomntlcatly by means of Ingenious
consumer buying would have been electrical devices and apparatus.
AT THE LIBERTY FRIDAY
THE REX CAFE
IS NOW READY TO RETAIL
BREAD, PIES, FRENCH PASTRY
AND ALL OTHER HIGH CLASS
PASTRIES TO THE PUBLIC. ON
SALE AT THE MAZE CONFECTION
ERY STORE, THE REX CAFE.
VIGOROUS ui I4i whimtkAl
is uau- rr.t?y to Uugh of to
f h si i it ep of rai ihi HARRY
CAP.EY in hit Ui bij proixtwa
"BLUE STREAK McCOY . A tur
rini ogtdocrt txerr rich wiih rorainc wd
si.-iclir. j up vh en of th moit dopr
tie fithit yeo r tw on th .
Doo't ran piewre it's nS rl thini.
Tl.i ..... rn .. . . . .. i.
t.ui iuos. ju pur cent larger man It 14, mm VVt W" "W. T A. TIW T
Iwas. and tho volumo ot sales for Tho village of Tovey. HI . owes Its X I 11 L LJ L V f A Ll Li I
Novombcr will again largely depend new Methodist church wholly to the I II sT MX sT, V . T sP t
-upon weather conditions, as. In our -niiiinri of rrrmn f .nPVniix - mi m. . m. - a
'opinion, the consumor Is now fairly women who gathered and cleaned
J, well settled In tho belief that prices 40.000 secondhand brick with which
havo como down so considerably to build the edifice.
T that tbo present level Is apt to hold
a. ,ot uuiu tao usual mmwintep. Thu pay of ertblnel m,tcrs under
salos begin. ,he ..,rUh jpubjic,, Government"
l3.MkViHn II la ii .tint m M..K- . .
I .T . """- "" "" " '""- is nxcu at T6 a year
.Jstanrial surplus of clothing ozlsts In
tbo hands of tbo manufacturers, we I
ildo not bellovn thnt thn rnlnllnr von.
'"fiarlv fall nrrlnm hftVA h..n mii..
goods. This condition Is dun In thn
! 1 fact that such a larea nereenlnrn of I
.oraly fall orders have been can
J I celled and so many goods have been
rrcturncd that, should a fairly rens-l
lonable consumers' demand make Its)
appearance during tho months of
.November nnd December, retailers'
T, will be forced to replenish their
stocks If they wish to retain any-'
J thing llko tho volumo of business1
necessary to cover their overhead
expense, to say nothing ot somo
"As tho gunrantoo of suit prices'
5 'expire on November ISth, manufac-1
jturcra aro naturally debating as t4
1 what policy to pursue on and aftor
that date. In this connection It
especially tho very largo ones, hnvo
been tilling tbelr needs, no matter
ILV. IU.'...I TlfrYttra how ur"!n 'y n-ny avo been Jn
irS 3 UniVGrSal Picture tbo most careful manner, buying
J only from nund to mouth, duo iu
V tho conviction that aftor November
RAD I VARA
"KNOWN FOR TONE"
lbth tho manufacturers will rare
with each other to unload surplus
'stocks, regardless of cost or loss
"Now, what are tho manufacture
hi'H44rtW-yHrK-ii' " Kolng to do about this sltuullon?
. Tho following facts worn to stand
"1 Thero will bo no conee-tod
action on tho part of tho manufac
turors of any market nor of all tho
markets together. No general pol
icy In regnrd to tio tradd has bevn
nor will bo formulated. Individual
manufacture will handle tho situ
ation considering "only tholr own 1
good will and tholr relations with
1 ineir customers.
i "2" It does net annenr Hint nnv
of tho manufacture will dolllwr '
utoly nmughtor tholr suits, but will
be covcrned entirely by tho murkot
ns ov.donied by tho demand. In
jnono of tho markets ho far as was!
dlsr.ovo.rid do manufacturers con
lempjitr giving flat discounts, or
lovellng their prices on a flat basis.
In fuct most manufacturers con
demn this method und contond that
It la not only unwise but hurtful to
"3. It Is, howevor, also certain
tbut where an appearance of rad
ically slaughtered prices Is In evi
dence, it win bo 0f Koods that,
oitho.' because of stylo of fabric or
of t lo of garment, havo lost tho
majt pait of their intrinsic voluo
mid UHt bo sacrificed for Immedi
"J i.nroforo it would scorn that
tho. nl!cy to bo pursuod by many
inn nfacturcrs will bo to classify
tholr stocks us follews:
" Jims A, to consist of such HUlts
nn t ir this purposo wo will term as
belnK of 'porlshnljlo' quality, to bo
disposed of as quickly as possible
frr 1 -Ii purposes.
,f uts. n, to consist of sound, mor-
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