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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 5, 1921)
THURSDAY, JUV n, 1HUI
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLSO.RgCQN
. Shirts-Extra Special
This lot includes all the newest stripes and
$1 25color' ize8 14 to 17' Fri"$l 25
" day and Saturday Only.
3 for $3.50
One Lot of Shirts On
Sale Friday and Sat
Values to $4.00, all sizes. Stock up while
No Limit 3 for $4.25 See Windows.
Hl.r-S l0.1(IVv-l7-7)i (INI.r
An Extra Special Offer
3 for $2.50.
1 1 1 11
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SHIRTS EXTRA SPECIAL
In this lot values to $4.50. Madras, Percales
$1.95 and Oxford clolh' n $1.95
Sale Friday and
3 for $5.65
See Our Window Dislay. All Sizes.
Friday and Saturday
$2.55Sale of high rade shirt8,$2.55
Ide's, Arrows Etc.
Values to $5.00, your choice
3 for $7.50
NO EXCHANGES OR REFUNDS
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
A clean-up on collars
Sizes 14 to 18
g In a bunch of the same size 30c
They'll Go Fast
Get Your Collars Early
& MARX CLOTHES
"I Ain't Mad at Nobody"
R. C. Spink is down from bis re
sort at Spring Crook.
U. W. Tower was In town yester
day from Keno transacting business
F. ti. Burns and L. C. Slsnioro are
down from Fort Klamath.
"Percy Dixon is up from his ranch
on the Merrill road for tho day.
F. Schraltt, bollor Inspector for tho
Hartford Jnsuranco company, Is up
' from San Francisco and expects to re
main about two weeks Inspecting the
boilers of the eaw :nlls throughout
T. W. Phenager has gone to Ford
Klamath to start bis saw mill In op
eration. Harp' Bellinger motored over from
AsWand for a fow days business trip.
Mrs. Frank Schmitx left for Or-
ini! n&llforula. this morning whoro
be was called by the illness of borl
mother, Mrs. Anderson, of that city,
B. A. Blackllngor. owner of tho
Dorris Lumbor and Box company, Is
up from San Francisco to confer with
the manager, Mr. Twohy,
Mrs. Jennlo Houson, who has been
visiting with rolatlves at Chlloquln
and In this city with Mrs. Nato Ottor
bcrfn. returned to her homo at Horn
brook this morning.
Mrs. W. C. North left this morning
for a short visit to San Francisco.
Mrs. George Fry left for Berkoloy
this morning to visit sorao tlmo with
W. W. Smith Is over from Lako
vlew spending a fow days attending
to business mottors,
WL C. Van Eraon, who has been in
Washington, D. V for tho past sev
eral weeks, has returned home.
C. B. Clendonnlng .and wife, for
mer residents of this city, are here
for a brlot visit from their homo In
I,oi Motlnos, Calif.
Mrs. V. H. Powell and Mrs. W. H.
Wcedon liavo roturnod from a two
wcoka' auto tour of California. They
droro from Redding to Fresno, visit
lug Sacramento, Stockton, San Joso,
San Francisco and many other points
Dr. W H. Guddls Is down from
Baglo Itldge and will remain a couplo
of days on business.
J. O. Goldthwalto returned last
night from Portland whore ho bus
been for tho past ten days. Mr. Goblth
walto camo down from Chlloquln to
I?. J, Grant Is up from Los Anger
les, looking after IiIb business Inter
ests. Mr. Grant Is affiliated with tho
Dorris Lumber company and tho
Chlloquln Lumbor company.
B. A. Welch of the Medford Groce
ry company of that city, is hero for a
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Klaer of
Amsterdam. New York, are rogister
ed at tho White I'ollcan hotel. Mr,
Klaer Is roprcsentativo for ttio Chul
more Knitting company.
G, A. Stephenson, local lumber
man, left for Dorris this morning
for a flvo days' business trip,
Hiivo you MMtn Kclley today?
W. C. Mabonoy, wbo Is oporatlng
tho Graham Mill cast of Dorris, mndo
a trip to Klamath Falls yesterday
afternoon by automobile accompani
ed by sevoral of his employees,
Carl K. Adams of Macdoel, was a
local visitor yesterday afternoon. Mr,
Adams will soon have a croamory
equipped and producing at Macdoel.
Herman Bercovlch, proprietor of
the Dorris Mercantile company, mo
tored to Klamath Falls yostorday for
a short business trip.
Tom Churchill was In town from
tho CbnrchlU ranch In the Oklahoma
J country yestorday looking aftor mat
1 tens of business.
Have you seen Kelley today?
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