The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, April 14, 1921, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6

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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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THURSDAY, AI'IUI. 14, IIWI
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Exeptional Values in
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New Spring Clothes
WE CAN GIVE YOU AN EXCELLENT SUIT AT
ANY ONE OF THE FOLLOWING PRICES
$30 - $35 and $40
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An offering made possible by our securing
tho Agency of CUltl.UK CLOTHES n medium
priced Hue, with nil tho good features of tho
highest grndo clothes. They nro mndo In beau
tiful patterns nil wool fabrics, excellent lin
ings,, nnd fit and vorknuuuhlp equal to any
on tho market.
Tlio suits priced $40 carry with them an
almost unconditional guarantee (reproduced In
this nd) that they will giro you tho scrrlrc,
satisfaction nnd every thug else that good
rlothcs ought to, you to bo tho Judge. Could
anyono ask more. Wo are enthusiastic, about
this Uno of clothing as n medium priced line,
and U given tho opportunity can convince you
that wo aro right. If you are In the market
for a suit and don't want to spend much
money, these clothes, wlU appeal to you. Ito
member tho price
CURLEE
TRADE MARK '
LOTHES
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To glvo Hatlfnctry Wear
It material, lining or tailoring
Joes not woar to your ontlro
latlsfactlon, you may roturn
this garmont to tho mer
chant from whom you bought
It; ho Is nutborlicd to glvo
you a now garmont froo. Tho
only ttmo limit is your own
good Judgment.
Kill In your namo and dnto
of purchase nnd keep this tic
kot us your guarantoo.
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curlkk ciiOniiNa co.
MANUFACTURERS
$30 - $35 and $40
K. K. K. Store - Leading Cloiiiers
AUTOMOUILE ASSOCIATION'
REPRESENTATIVES VISIT
W. O. Wllklns, representing tho
American Automobllo association,
nnd J. S. Slado of tho Portland Au
tomobllo association, loft this
morning for Dend. They had boon
horo placing association road maps
with local organizations.
They aro traveling by automo
bllo. Mr. Williams is well-known
in automobile trado circles. He
Is tho oriclnator of tbo plan for
annual registration of automobile
sales of various makes of cars and
an overflowing fountain of useful
automobllo Information. '
A malL carrier in Kowance, Illin
ois, entered tho government sorvico
twenty years ago, and has not failed
to riinko his regular trip for a single,
day in all that timo.
Weather Probabilities
Tho barometric pressure, ns
recorded by tbo Cyclo-Storm-agraph
nt Underwood's Phar
macy, has remained practical
ly unchanged slnco yesterday's
report. Whllo It is qulto low,
no sudden chango Is indicated
and it Is qulto probable, that
present wcathor conditions will
prevail for a number of hours.
Forecast for next 24 heurs:
Cloudy, contlnuod cool, un
settled weather.
Rowing qtf bhe '
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Have You Se"n Kelley today'
Swansen's Barber Shop
C25 MAIN ST.
Wilt bo open until 7 p.
April 18, 1921
m. after
J. B. SWANSEN
"THRIFT." IS THE WAY TO FI
NANCIAL INDEPENDENCE
START NOW
UNION SAYINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
FIRST STATE & 8AVIN0S DANK DL'DO.
Phono EEO-W. H. E. WOOD
Local Managor
PHOTO
TO-DJIY
TONIGHT AND THURSDAY
Tho musical department of tho Klamath County High
Sduwd srosonts The Operetta,
"THE GYPSY ROVER"
PRICES 76c
FRIDAY
"THE RIGHT TO LOVE"
Featuring Mao Murray. A companion plcturo to "On
100 PER CENT UNION
MONDALE THEATRE
Arthur Roan
Musical Director
Ted Whuo
Managor
Ed. T. Crawford
Chief Operator
The Best for the Best
THE WORKINGMAN'S THEATRE
'TONIGHT
Get your peanuts and red lemonade
The Circus is here. Let's go.
BESSIELOVE
The sensational Circus picture
"SAWDUST RING"
Showing Colo Drcs. circus from tho uldo show to tho big top,,
and Rosslo Love. In sensational bareback riding, also all tho
clowns and animals and everything that goes with a circus. '
-ALSO
A COMEDY THAT WILL MAKE YOU LAUOH
TWO SHOWS 6:45 and 8MB
ADMISSION ADULTS
-28c
CHILDREN
06c
This Is postlvoly a wonderful picture, as evory scene of this pic
ture was taken while traveling with the circus, and sboAvs hov
thoy llvo In the big top.
COMING SUNDAY DOROTHY DAMON IN THE "VAMPIRE"
With tba Danco."
At The Liberty
The House of Personal Service
TODAY
WILLIAM FARNUM IN HIS LATEST PICTURE
"THE SCUTTLERS"
A wondor ntory of tho soa and ships A roal "Farnum" plcturo
SATURDAY
SESSUB HAYAKAWA '
IN
"LI TING LANG"
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How IlnynVuwa p.b a Prince, makes Ipvo to an American coclely
boauty and Is ncceptod, only to loso tho girl after a Borion of
thrilling adventurer.
THI8 IS HAYAKAWA'S BEST PICTURU
COMING SjUNDAY
Hotlse Peters and Jane NoVak
JAMES OLIVER CURWOOD'S
"ISOBEL" or "THE TRAIL'S END"
Do You
Remember
When some of the older residents of
Klamath Falls used to .look wise and
wink when they told about J. Frank
Adams selling his land holdings to
suckers (?) for $30 an acre? You
all know how that turned out. The
"suckers" proved to be the "wise
ones." The "suckers" who bought
Klamath Basin Land have made
more money out of it than the sup
posedly "wise ones" ewer dreamed
it would be worth.
Did the old-time reaidents of IS
years ago make the big profits in
Klamath Basin Land? No. They
overlooked the big opportunity and
let some of the best land in the
world lie undeveloped and unpro
ductive and waited for the golden
opportunity to sell it to the Bohem
ians and the easterners have made,
and will continue to make the big
profits, because they had the nerve
to bet their njoncy and back tiich
judgment.
Those same wise ones (?) wink
and smile Chat same old pessimistic
smile when anyone talks ujaut oil
beneath the Klamath Basin. And
they will pass up the wonderful pos
sibilities for profits in oil, just as
they passed up the possibilities for
profits in timber and saw-mills and
alfalfa land.
Did you, make the profits you
might have made from an invest
ment a few years ago in Klamath
land or Klamath timber?
Are you going to make the pro
fit you should make if oil is struck
in Klamath Valley this summer?
Isn't it better to be a wide
awake "sucker" and sec the oppor
tunities, and make a bet and take a
chance, than to be a sleepy, pessimis
tic old "wise-one" and deny that
there is an opportunity and say
there is no chance?
SEE
KLL Y
TODAY
Mail all checks and direct all inquiries to
Crater Oil & Gas Co.
Officei-6'22 Main Street
Open Evenings.