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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 29, 1921)
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T1UJ WOMEN'S MX
1 BABY WEEK
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May the Second
Everything for the Baby
"Everything But The Baby" is the slogan of of H. N. Moe. A trip of exploration through
this department will convince you that our slogan is well chosen. Seemingly everything
from dolls to teething rattles are shown for the edification and amusement of his young
highness. And as the youngster swearing appaarel the line includes everything.
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Plan a "Baby's Boudoir"
Layette for the new baby.
64 pieces alt ready for Baby's
wear or use, or with just enough
handwork to give the mother
touch. Finest baby fabrics.
otm uinr shop
IB THE PIUDE
OF KLAMATH FALLS
From the Skin Out-
For tho tiny baby thoro's a largor and moro Insistent
tloraand for rubber dlpcra. '
For tho toddler of a tow years tho "Patsy Rompon," In
all colors. It moots the approval of mother overy-
Tho Jollo Jean Froclc Tho clovorost of tho season's
creation. A beautiful garment combining dress bloom
or dress and romper, strongly and thoroughly made
of tho very best of wasbablo fabrics.
An attractive and sensible garment
-For the little ones!
Nowhere else can one find the love
ly selection of dainty appropriate
apparel for the wee ones.
Stamped goods are shown here in large varieties, and allthe makings.
IT IS EAST AND ENJOYABLE TO rLAN AND 8ELECT YOUR BABY'S NEEDS, FOR SUCH
PRETTY THINGS AS WE NOW SHOW HAVE NOT BEEN OBTAINABLE SINCE PUB
WAR DAYS, AND THE VALUES IN COM"AHION WITH THE PRICES. MAKES THE
MOTHER'S HEART REJOICE. NO LONGER NEED ONE THINK FIRST 'OF. ONH'H PURSE
AND THEN OF ONE'S NEEDS, FOR PRICES HAVE REACHED A NEW ERA OF REASON
ABLENESS WHICH WILL MAKE YOUR SHOPPING MOST .PLEASANT RHINO THE
BABY TO OUR BABY SHOP YOUR EVERY NEED IS HERE.
Towel Special For
MILL T 1 G0D A
END InWftlS VALUES AT MP
FACE "" 25c. NOW
BEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
Merchandise that stands out by itself,
with tho price assuranco of tho lowest.
OREOON Tonight and' Saturday,
rain In west, rain or snow in east;
colder . Livestock warnlnga hav
been aent out over Washington,
Oregon, Idaho and Nevada.
THE WOMEN'S BTORE
Marriago usually makes a man out
of a lovo-elck youth. Ho Mops writ
ing poetry after tho knot Is tied.
If a girl makes a mlstako In mar
rying, It's olther becauso sho Is too
young to know bettor or becauso abo
Is too old to do bettor.
Have Von Boca Kelley today?
Hose to match
.Yes. but the kind of simplicity that commands at
tention by Its oxqutsfto refinement and Its unquestion
ed air of sophistication.
This Is the kind of simplicity which the best dressod
woman prlzos above all other qualities in her belonglnsg
Come In and boo our new styles.
Oroya, browns, and blacks, strap pumps and oxfords,
at prices you can afford to pay.
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I IP WITH
L03 AN0ELE3, April 29. A fleet
of fast fruit carrying voesols to ply
on regular schedulo between Pacific
and Atlantic points, bocamu a nostl-
j blllty today with tho annouueomont
that npplo growora of tho northwoat
and tho citrus IndutAry of California
will comblno tholr tonnago for future
negotiations with steamship compa
nies. Co-operation betweou tho two In
dustries was effected by C. S. Wh It
comb, vice president of tho California
Fruit Qrowora oxcliango, who ,liaiJ
Just concluded a trip of itwo weeks
through tho northwest. Plans for a
water schedulo through tho canal on
products of Pacific Coaut Industries
that liavo boon brought to the vorgo
at ruin by oxcosalvo rail frolght ratm,
wore developed by Wnitcomb during
conferences with growers' organlrct
tlons at Yakima, Wonatchee, SeatUe
t As tho Initial stop toward effect
' Ing tho plan, tho Yakima valley grow
qrs, through tho Yakima commercial
I club, have pledgod 2000 carloads of
I apples to bo comblnod with tho citrus
fruit shipments from California, it
' was announced by tho California
Fruit Growers exchange, upon tho
return of .Whitcomb, The apple and
citrus seasons dovetail perfectly and
ujtder 'the ctfmbuied industries plan,
a stream of regular fruit cargoes will
be afforded tho steamship, lines
throughout tho year,
Displayed By Show
Of Big Bank Rolls
8AN FRANCISCO, April 29. Of
flclals of tho San Francisco marriago
llconso bureau say that bocauso pros
pective bridegrooms endoavor to dis
play money In largo rolls, tholr office
Is railed upon to chnngo more monoy
than any other county offlco oxcopt
that of the Iroasuror. A small boy lit
kept busy by tho bureau gottlng $10,
ISO and $50 bills changed.
"Thin Is tho groatoot placo In tho
world for a man to put up a 'front,' "
Grant Munson, doputy county clerk,
In cbnrgo of tho bureau, sold recent
ly. "Mon, young, mlddlo-agod and
old, como here with their proepootlvo
brides and take out marriago licen
ses. Tbey know tho llconso Is $2, but
thoy como with about all tho money
thoy eon lay their hands on, done up
In a roll.
"Thoy change tho monoy beforo
they como into the biggest bills they
can get and thon como out horo and
raaVo a flash beforo tholr brldo'e-to-be.
"Of courso-somo mon do not do
this. Tho really succcesful buslnosa
man usually pays In sllvor. It is not
unusual for a wealthy man, particu
larly if it Is his second or third
marriage, to show no bills at all but
taluk tho bride If sho has any
"Men who hare been marriod be
fore generally show tho wisdom of
nover showing too much monoy."
Kavo you seen Kelley today?
A GROUND HOG CASE -i
You've got the money; I've got tho
furniture. Let's swap.
PERKINS FURNITURE HOUSE
"Tho Furnislusr of Huppy Homea"
You and I and everybody else
will be out to see the CIRCUS PAR
ADE next Monday. The circus will
be a success and will take a lot of
money out of Klamath. Everything
seems to succeed that pulls off a
parade. So we are going to have an
(Date and final arrangements
will be announced later.)
CAPTAIN SIEMENS will be in the
lead. (He has spent more money
in Oil Development than all the
the other citizens of Klamath
NIEL CAMPBELL will come next.
(He has put in months of the
hardest kind of work at actual
drilling. He KNOWS and BE
LIEVES what the rest of us are
DOCK JOHNSON will be officer of
the day. (He is neglecting his
medical practice and has for
gotten his lumber investments
and now gives all his time and
money to Oil Development.)
ASA FORDYCE will be prominent.
(He is President of Crater Oil
and Gas Co.)
BURKE, THE BANKER will be
parade treasurer. (He is treasur
er of more Corporations than
any one else in the world.)
LAWYER GROESBECK will be
orator of the Day. (His princi
' pal occupation lately is corpor
ating oil companies.)
Lack of space prevents person
al mention at this 'time of all the
prominent and successful men who
will occupy important places in the
parade by virtue of the time, money,
energy and nerve they are putting
into oil development.
Then will follow ever stock
holder and every investor in Kla
math Oil Stock. You will be sur
prised to see how many of your
friends and neighbors will take part. .
ARE YOU GOING TO BE IN
OR WILL YOU BE CONTENT
TO BE A LOOKER-ON?
SOME OF THE MEN IN THIS
PARADE WILL BE MILLION
AIRES AND ALLWILLMAKE IM
MENSE PROFITS IF KLAMATH
PRODUCES A GUSHER.
GET IN THE PARADE
Mail all checks and direct all inquiries to
Crater Oil & Gas Co.
Of fice:-622 Main Street
' Open Evenings
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