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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 31, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON- ?
.TANUAItY 81, lOilir
ESDAY WEDNESDAY BARGAIN DAY WEDNESDAY BARGAIN DAY
i flc n Hint
1 Main Streets
joI Slipon Sweaters
Klamath and Oak
HI LEAF LARD
532 Main Street
llcwulur Prlco !) .03c
Bargain Day Price Doz 50c
Seventh and Main Streets
llcglllnr 1'rlro H.Tc
Bargain Day Price 60c
Fifth and Main Streets
GLYCERINE AND ROSE WATER
Iti'K'iliir I'rlio .'j.-jc
Bargain Day Price 21c
SQUARE DEAL HE STDHE
Eighth and Main Streets
Good Quality Crepe Toilet Paper
ItcKiilnr Prlii i,"o
Bargain Day Price 9c
10th and Main Street
2 LB. CAN FANCY CALIF. PEACHES
Ili'Kiilii Prlco .......... 30c
Bargain Day Price 38c or Doz $4.00
Seventh and Main Streets
NYLOTIS FACE POWDER
Itcgiihit' Prlco (l()o
Bargain Day Price 49c
WHITMAN DRUG CD
520 Main Street
SQUIBB'S COLD CREAM
Itcgulnr Prlco OOc
Bargain Day Price 39c
706 Main Street
Ilcgulni- Pi Ico
Bargain Day Price $1.15
notion ok hankiiupt ham:
I.V TJII3 MHTItlCT COUItT OF Till:
j UMTKD HTATIXS, I'Olt Till: DIH-
! Titirr of oimkio.v.
In the Mutter of tlio Kstnto of H. II.
Notlco Is horoby Riven Hint, pursti
ant to nn Order of tlio Hon. J. C.
Ilntcnlc, Itoforco In llankruptcy, dnt
od Jnnunry 27th, 1021, I will rocolvo
soaled bids for tlm ontlro stock of
morchnndlso nnd fixtures belonging
to tlio nbovo entitled ostnto. Bald bids
may bo for oltlicr tho ontlro stock of
merchandise nnd fixtures or for tlio
stock of merchandise nnd fixtures
omitting tlio snfo, or for tlio snfo so
pnrntnly. Bnld bids will bo oponed
nnd snlo mado nt tlio offlro of the
said Itoforco nt Koom 21 First Na
ilonnl llnnk Ilulldlng In Klnmnth
Falls, Oregon, on tlio 15th. dny of
Fobrunry, 1921, nt tbo hour of 2
o'clock y. m. of said dny, Illds to bo
nccompnnlcd wltb certified chock for
10 per cent of bid, irtndo paynbla to
P. M, (Inrlch, Trustee. The snlo to
bo for cash nnd subject to nny exit
ing liens on fixtures, In tlio nnturo
of condltlonnl sales contracts,
31-1-2 F. M OAIIICH, Trustoo.
NOW I.V OKIiAIIOMA.
Word was received last evening
from Harry Illchnrdson tolling that
ho Is In Oklahoma, from which point
ho will bo to Wichita, ICunsan, to
visit his brotbors for a short tlmo, Ha
will then visit his parents nt Clmcr
on, Kansas, after which ho will start
for Klamath Palls. Ho states thoro
is very llttlo snow back thoro but tho
weather Ii vory cold.
A Classified Ad will sell It.
A u MANOIt
A bullot fired Into bis oyo 20 ,
years ago mndo A. O. Minor blind.
Illlt lio'n still mm nf tlm innut vnl. '
unblo detectives on tho Itlchmond I
(Vu.) Pollen forco bcr-auso of hi.
memory for voices and knowlodgo of
Mrs. K. (I, IJyron Drlnkham, trav
eling ropresentntlvo of tho Ocrl.icli
Ilnrklo company, of San Francisco,
one or tbo largest oxcluslvo art cat
under bouses on tho coast, was a
passenger on Sunday's train for
Mc,s. Frank Myers nnd son loft
this morning for Montreal, Canada,!
where Mr. Myers, who has been In '
tho employ of tho U. S. reclamation!
sarvico nere, win join liiem In u
nhort tlmo for a permanent rest
Horry Daly, who has been resting
at Ilcdondo Ilcach, Calif., for tho
past few weeks, preparatory to tho
strenuous days ho sees ahead of him,
returned homo Saturday. Mr. Daly
expects Hint building oporatlons for
1921 will bo good.
Matt Hagan, manager of tho Al
goma lumber company was an ar
rival on last night's train from Srn
Francisco whero bo has been ovoral
days on business. Mr. Hasan re
turned to bis homo nt Algotna this1
IJeforo tho war Ilelglum hnd GG
blast furnnccs, of which 17 wero
running on Juno 1, this year.
Supply and Demand
Regulate the Price
Right now the demand
is far in excess of the
supply and is sure to be
more noticeable next
4,000,000 Homes are Needed in the United
Thcso will bo built and this means n great demand for lumbor
and naturally tho prlco wilt Increase.
It Is only reasonable to expect lumber prices to advance.
Docldo to own a homo. Placo your contract while prices oro at
Our plan books aro ready for your Inspection.
Big Basin Lumber Co.
Hxcluslvo Representatives of National Builders Bureau
lllc 1 II hi IMUUllal Pdllii
Federal Reserve System
OUR AIM HAS ALWAYS BEEN
l DAY WEDNESDAY BARGAIN DAY WEDNESDAY BARGAIN DAY
We are carrying 24 per cent cash reserve. This is over
three times the legal reserve required of Natipnal
C ' .ff , hi'
We afford our depositors all the conveniences of a
Our Foreign Exchange service is very complete, and is
appreciated by our customers.
Our Safety Deposit Vault is convenient and open at all
times during bank hours.
We are glad to be of assistance to our customers in
making out their income reports, and in any other mat
ters about which they wish to consult us.