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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 9, 1921)
MONDAY, MA ', '"
THE EVENING HEBALD. KLAMATH ALLS. OREGON
i mi nnnnnTf TMITV you must not overlook we
AN ill I UKlUlllI I have decided to continue our SHOE
SALE FOR 3 MORE DAYS, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of this week
A great many people availed themselves
of this opportunity, Saturday, of buying
footwear at these sensational prices. You
can do the same thing now. Come in while
have a good assortment to cnoose
HJttErVldft' Twin?' .AMh
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50' Pairs of the famous Nettle
ton Dress Shoes $9.95
50 Pairs of Men's Black Eng-
lish Dress Shoes , 6.45
100 Pairs, Special Lot of Fine
Dress Shoes. All Styles and
Sizes, Values to $15.00.
Sale Price 6.95
from. n ihov are coinir fast. These shoes
arc up to the usual standard of high grade
merchandise handled by this store. These
prices do not reveal their true worth but
are genuine money savers. If you have all
the shoes you want for the present buy for
future needs while these prices aro in of.'
feet. ..You- will never regret it. Glance
over this list.
$ 4.00 and $5.00 Work Shoes $2.95
8.00 Work Shoes
3.50 Elk Soles
10.00 and $12.00 Work Shoes
10.00 High Cut Work Shoes,
Heavy Tan Army Shoe 3.95
V' FOR SALK 10 acres; "good well.1
' cabin, cellar, barn, etc. In oil belt.
-1214 mllc from Merrill. Will trade.
1 1918 Dodge
1 1920 Special
T Personal Mention
It. V Scbmeor. connected with the What hate you? Addre Uox Ct.
I'nlted State National Rank of Port.', Klamath Fall. Ore. 9-10
land, returned thta morning after , ,OST,.,lr Uark frimracil iUm Int
abort combined builneas and pleas-j cate Finder please call 2 1 J. or
ure visit with Chaa. Hall of the First 'leave at Wilton Abstract Co.
National Dank here. " "
O. A. Webster and H. V Tartar of
Stockton. California, were out-going
passengers on thla morning' train af-, ji;a.ii.jntkK AUTO DARGAINH ,
tr spending several days looking al
ter their business interests In the A
ocIated Lumber and Uox company of
Hen.Tc0 seat for "Kismet" no
on sale at the Liberty.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J Hrewcr of Duns
tnulr, California, returned thla morn
ing after upending a few days- with i
their friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Johnson oft
Chlloquln, left this morning for anj
expended pleasure trip to io Ange
les, California. Mr. Johnson Is tho
agent at Chlloquln.
llrMVTitl m-uIm for "KiMnrt" now
m kjil nt tin Llbrrty.
Craig Leland. resident engineer fori
the Southern Pacific at Ounsmulr, Is
now relieving C. L. Crow, road maa
ter here. Mr. Crow has gone to Fres
no, California, and expect to return
with hi wjfe and daughter on to
Lou I'ritcbard. of the Standard
1 1918 Uulck
new ear, guaranteed.
Four new cord tires.
1 1920 Dulck
A real bargain.
Run only 1600 miles
IIUICK HAhKH HKItVICB CO.
7th ami Klamnlli Avrnuo
Il4nrl rat for "Klnrt" now
on miIa nl the Liberty.
FOR 8ALK A No. 10 model 12
gauge Remington hammerlea pump
run. Innulro August Munroo, 03 1
mi rnmnnnv. u In Bnwn on business l Walnut, after 6 this evening. 9-10
In connection with the company.
George Carlson went to Weed this
morning on business.
R. V. Flaherty wen, to Uunsmulr
this morning to loeato permanently.
L. Hoagland returned last Satur
day night from San Francisco and Is
shipping a carload of 'Dulcks here.
llurwl htatu for "KImiicI" now
on halo nt III" LllxTty.
WANTED COO pcoplo to try our Ico
cream and GUI Kdge butter. Hoi-
comb & Richardson, at Palace Mar
NEW TODAY f
Try our Gill Bdgo butter and Pur
ity ico crcan made dally at i'aiacu
IU-wjvi-1 muiU for "Klmnct" now
on mile nt llio Liberty.
Dressmaking first claaa work
guaranteed. Mm. Jefferson, 2 Main
Rowing at the
Cecil B. De Mille's
Something To Think About
Klllct Drttrr. Montn
fo.n.rln Gloria Hwanaon.
Illuo and Theodoro Roberts.
A picture that' peers deeply Into the human hearts
and unfolds a wonderful drama made from the Joys
and sorrow nf ordinary life. Strikingly dlffur.nt from
anything Do Mllle has dono In past, but like his pfrv
lous splendla successes, sumptuously produced and di
rected with tho genius of a master
1IRVANT WAHIMUm.VH GUBAT HIHVBHH
A FULL HOUSE"
Colored woman wants lunaiolfU" nni.r-ruru. m uw wh n
washing or small family washings to i In. two bottom Oliver plow anu ex-
take homo, l'none un, or can m ' ". ....v .,,. ...,.
o 3r,i Hired. 9-111 Cheap for cash, or will trade for auto
or Klamath Falls property. Chllcote
8. 3rd street.
FOR 8ALB Nino cows, three Jer
sey, six breeds, Jersey and roan
Durham cross. All young and milk
liiB now. Leo Sutton, Miller Hill.
& Smith, 633 Main St.
Ik-droom for rout for gentleman!
bath and phono. 1003 High, or phono
LOST Tortolso shell rlra glasses.
Return to Herald ofIco; roward. 9
Republic epcod truck, 1919 model,
now Royal cord tires, special Repub-
Good service car to exchange for
vacant Wt, Inquire Arcade Hotel,
FOR SALE Bicycle tn first clasi
condition, vory cheap for cash. Tel-
ephoito 300 or 302. 7-9
O. B. H. NOTIC'B
Ri-gular meeting of Aloha Chapter
No. 61, O. B. H Tuesday, May 10,
7:30 P. M. Visitors welcome.
KATB I). PBYTON, W. M.
WANTBD Woman for wush room In
French Hand Laundry. 123 N. 4th
LOOK THIS UP TODAY
FOR SALE Home and Income very
doee In. Large, lovel lot and TWO
3-room houbet. Ifavo party wll take
2W-yer lease on rear houta, Price
$3,600, with terms.
J. T.WARD A CO,
Mill Main St. 0
to buy stock in the Klamath
Oil Co. last year. Compari.
tively few were fortunate
enough to get that stock at
$100 per share.
Today those fortunate onei
are refusing $1,000
per share tor it
Don't take our word for it. Co
up Dr. Wisecarvei) Dr., Leonard,
Max WeiiM or Mr. Weston at tht
Mecca Peel Hall. They all own,
one or more hare. Anh them what
they will take for it. Ash them
what they have been offered for it
in the. last few day.
$300 LAST YEAR IN 3 SHARES.
LAST SATURDAY HE WAS OF
FERED $3000 FOR IT.
The showing in the Siemens
Well fully justifies this advance in
the value of their stock.
That showing justifies an ad
vance in Crater Stock, too.
Are you going to pass up the op
portunity today, just as you passed
it up a year ago?
Your opportunity to get tht$
stock at the ground-floor price of
$1.00 per share is now.
SIGN THIS COUPON AND
SEND IT IN TODAY.
At The Liberty
77ie House of Personal Service
' Tho return engagomont of -
"FAIR! AND WARMER"
i "From flicker to flicker a scream and a snicker
A laugh or u giggle or grin,
From cocktail to curtain a riot, that', certain
Go early bu nuro to get In!
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"ROGUES AND ROMANCES"
' with Murguorlto Courtot. A story full of action and pop,
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and whimsical humor.
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for mo -.-.. .hsr- ur. .r u. ----. "" rK4t
per snare, lor which i "an
of subscription blank.
Mail all checks and direct all inqmnio
Crater (Ml & Gas Co.
Off ice:-622 Main Street