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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 1, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
TUESDAY, FEUltUAnV. 1 W.
SM FIN AL WINTWM
TO MAKE ROOM FOR SHIPMENTS OF SPRING MERCHANDISE WHICH ARE ARRIVING DAILY, WE ARE CLOSING
OOT'OUR'fcNTIRE LINE OF WINTER COATSSUITS, DRESSES, FURS AND HATS ATUALF PR1ICE. THIS SALElS FOR
THE REST OF THE WEEK ONLY. OUR GOODS HAVE ALL BEEN PURCHASED RECENTLY AND IS OF THE LATEST
FASHION. THEY ARE ABSOLUTELY THE LAST STYLES IN WINTER GARMENTS. IT WILL PAY YOU TO Blfr NOW FOR
NEXT SEASON FOR YOU WILL BE SAVING HALF THE PRICE OF EACH ITEM.
I IIAVH OONI'IHKNCK
....It I a groat thing to have confidence In your fellow man) In your
neighbor; In your country! your cltyt nnd the lnstltutlona of your own
homo town. .1 liaro that, confidence In Klamath Fall. I liavo confidence
In It future, And In tho nilnd'a oyo I can picture tlio great Inland City that
la aprlnglng up hero. J haro confidence In tho Institution of thin city,
especially In Ita bank, whether open or cloned, for no financial Institution
can bo InnoUcnt In the communltynurroundrd on every hand by tho voat
wraith and llmltlrwa reaourcea of U(o Great Klamath Country, .That la why
my confldonco In tho First Htato and Having hnnk la a strong today aa
when I left hero n short tlmo ago tor New York. .Whlln In tho great met
ropoll my attention waa called to tho suspension, and I Uicn tatel, aa I
lata now, that It will reopen mid In tho reopening will Ira bigger, and
stronger than crcr. I know that tlio temporary suspension linn ombnrraaard
many of my friend and patron, nnd It I this point of which I want to
peak, If anyone, who haa funda on deposit In tho Pint Htato and Having
bank, whether regular patroiui of IiaVoguo fitoro or only an oecnnlonnl vlil
Ar, withe (o take advantage of tho present opportunity to procure aomo
)f the unuaually cliolcc merchandise offered at thl rcmarkablo salo I aliall
mi gUd to' make audi arrangement with them a will mako It possible for
Jiom to do ao, I ui iuro tlio bank will reopen and I nin backing my eon
ridence with tho abovn nuggcatlon that you mako use of your credit in UiU
Inatltutlon to buy merchandise that la being sold at price that mako It a
M. J. I1LOOTKV
Suits of all wool Jerseys and Serges wdrtlTmpre
than double the price at
20 JERSEY SPORT COATS .
Extra fine quality Schriebers 'all wool Jersey
100 FIGURED PETTICOATS
Fancy figured mercerized petticoats with flounc
ed bottom. These beautiful petticoats cannot be du
25 FUR ANIMAL NECKPIECES
Manchurian wolf neckpieces silk lined and beauti
ful glossy finish a bargain at $20.00 our price,.
; $7.95 I
75 SILK GEORGETTE BLOUSES
All the new leading shades in suit styles embrdict-
ered.&nd beaded values up to $7.50 for
50 DRESSES , '
Dresses of velvetine, all wool serges, all wool 'Jer-
T d .
seys for less than the cost of material
100 SILK JERSEY PETTICOATS
Petticoats in finest quality silk Jersey and Taf
fetas some ruffled and tucked others accordion
t, , 'Finest quality all wool middies Red andJNavies
DON'T DELAY COME EARLY AND MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS
A SMALL DEPOSIT
WILL HOLD ANY GAR
MENT IN STOCK,
Klamath's Finest todies' Ready-to-Wear
A SMALL DEPOSIT
WILL HOLD ANY. GAR
MENT IN STOCK.
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