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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 14, 1921)
WUDAV, JAJiVARX 4, ' 1021.
HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Break Chest Colds
With Red Peppers
Ease your tight, aching chest. Stop
tho pain. Break up the congestion.
Fool a bad cold loosen up in Just a
"lied I'oppor Hub" Is tho cold rem
edy that brings tho quickest relief.
It cannot hurt you and It certainly
seems to end tho tightness and drive
tho congestion and soreness right
When heat penotrntcs right down
into colds, congestion, aching mus
cles and soro Joints, rollot
The Big Ones
Easter Lily Bulbs
The Gift Shop
709 Main Street
comes at once.
Nothing has such concentrated,
pcnotratlng heat as red poppers. Tho
moment you apply lied Pepper Rub
for colds, backacho, soro.. muscles,
still neck, lumbago, or tho patns of
rheumatism or neuritis, you feel tho
In throo minutes tho congested
spot Is warmed through and through
When you are sufforlng so you can
hardly get about, Just get a Jar of
Howies Rod Peppor nub, uudo from
rod peppors, at any drug Btoro. You
will haro tho quickest rellof known
FACTORY KXPKRT VISITS
WITH LOCAL FIRM
Joseph Longfeathor, "representing
the Columbia Oraphaphone company
of Now York city, Is spending a day
or two with tho Earl Shophord com
pany. He Is making arrangements
with Shenherd company ,to add. heav
ily to Its record stock, and also car
ry a flno Bhowlog of Bohejnlan, Ital
ian and Norwegian records.
Mr. Longfcather is a full blooded
Shoshone Indian, and a graduato of
A Classified Ad will sell It.
Quality films fresh films or FAST
films are necessary when you want
to take "quick" snow pictures. All
size rolls and film packs to fit any
f'v KLAMATH FALLS OREGON Tinn?
I PUPITV I
WHfcRE PARTICULAR PEOPLE
BUY THEIR DRUGS
! SATURDAY WILL BE THE LAST AND LARGEST DAY OF OUR GREAT WHITE $
SALE EVERY SECTION EVERY DEPARTMENT OF THIS STORE HAS RE- 4f.
fDUCED PRICES TO CONFORM WITH 1921 NEW SPRING PRICES. IN MANY IN- ?
STANCES PRICES ARE LOWER THAN REPLACEMENT VALUES. X
& ' '
X BE ON HAND SATURDAY MORNING GET YOUR SHARE OF, THESE WONDER- $
4 FUL VALUES WE OFFER. . . . , t, . :j ; . J
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One Day More
H. N. MOE, Prop.
Klkmath5Falls Leading Dry Goods Store
NEW YOIUC, Jan. 14. Four sane
and Bobor mon celobratod that noisy
first hour of 1921 by visiting Now
York's gay cafos and hotels to seo if
thoy could find ono winter housefly.
Unsuccessful along tho Qay White
Way they wont lower on Manhattan
Island whoro tho less luxurious res
taurants held their sleopless cole
brants. And In ono of them thoy found
a sorry specimen with a lean and
hungry look. Tho 1'hlladolphla man
in tho party of four did tho dirty
work. Then ho sont the remains to
tho merchants' association which an
nually presents a scarf pin hoarlng
a golden fly to' tho person who first
kills a fly on Now Year's day.
"Tho capturo of this Insect, small
as It Is, means that wo shall have
sevoral billions fowor files next sum
mer," said tho funeral oration ac
companying tho scarf pin
On Every Suit and Overcoat
IN THE STORE
On Every Boy s Suit and Overcoat
IN THE STORE
NEXT SUMMER'S PRICES RIGHT NOW ON MEN'S FINE SUITS. YOU NEED
NOT WAIT UNTIL NEXT SPRING OR SUMMER TO GET ADVANTAGE OF THE
NEW PRICE REVISION ON MEN'S GOOD CLOTHING, FOR WE HAVE REDUCED
EVERY SUIT IN THE STORE TO CONFORM WITH NEXT YEAR'S PRICES.
Kuppenheimer's Good Clothes
$80.00 Suits and Overcoats, now $40.00
75.00 Suits and Overcoats, now 37.50
60.00 Suits or Overcoats, now 30.00
50.00 Suits and Overcoats, now 25.00
40.00 Suits and Overcoats, now 20.00
35.00 Suits and Overcoats, now 17.50
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GIGANTIC SHOE SALE PRICES YQU HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR ON MEN'S
FINE SHOES. SEE WINDOW DISPLAY. NOTE THE PRICE REDUCTIONS.
K K K STORE, LEADING CLOTHIERS