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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 11, 1921)
WKnyKHIUY, MAY 11,1031
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
ELEBRATE WITH US!
13 BIG DAYS
This Great Eleventh Anniversary Sale
of ours is not especially a money raising sale, but is more in the way of being a celebra
tion. We have enjoyed ELEVEN YEARS of successful business in this community and
we want to express our appreciation of your valued patronage during that time. Now
better could we express it than by INCREASING THE BUYING POWER OF YOUR
DOLLAR? By offering you at this time, our entire stock of high quality merchandise,
with no thought of immediate profit, at prices that arc as near pre-war level as is pos
sible during present day conditions. A great part of our stoclt is priced far below whole
sale cost of only a few months ago. We have already taken our losses due to the gen
eral decline in wholesale values, but wc arc going further than this for our ELEVENTH
ANNIVERSARY SALE. Wc arc offering you today, and during the THIRTEEN DAYS
of this sale, our entire stock at special sale prices so low that they should be very attrac
tive to you.
As proof that our prices are so attractive wc beg to call your attention to the fact that
the people of this community do appreciate real values and are taking advantage of this
sale to supply their present and future needs NOW.
Our sale has been a most wonderful one so far and we mean to carry it through to a
successful whirlwind finish. It is safe to say that it will be many moons before anyone will
offer you equal values at equally attractive prices.
It is humanly impossible to show all of our special values, SO, if you don't see what you
Want, ask for it, it's specially priced for this sale. Wc are offering most extraordinary
values in Men's Women's and Children's Footwear. One lot of Women's shoes and ox
fords, on the floor, in plain sight while they last only $2.98 per pair.
ENTIRE STOCK INCLUDED. NOTHING WITHHELD. EVERYTHING SPE
CIALLY PRICED. COME, CELEBRATE WITH US. SEE WHAT WONDERFUL VAL
UES CAN BE HAD RIGHT HERE IN YOUR HOME TOWN.
C I d:J D ... Corning Calif Sunday Mr t rait
Eagle Ridge Resort Mys ho u roinf, w tan n cuk(0
Will Open May 14 ranch with thit. thoroughbred lg
horns Whllo leghorns nro pwpular
Saturday Is ttio opening day of
tho Eagle lUdgo tavern and past
patrons of the popular resort, which
baa been closed for sereral seasons,
will wclcotnu the announcement that
It Is to bo conducted along the for
mer lines of blKb class service and
convenience. Tho Uvern v.-jll bo un
der !" management of Frank S It
Fleufcer, an experience California
hotel man The property is still
owned by Dr. (laddls.
Kih are biting now and ar
rangements may be mado at tho
tavern for boats. Tho fishing Is said
to be better this ear than ever.
Iloating und motor parties will
find the Sunday dinners well worth
while, as Mr. Fletcher says that the
resort will especially feature this
In thhi climate tut they ran Hie In
this varied temperature
II II. Wilcox, teacher at Miller
Hill, Is on tb road to recovery He
thinks If he continues to.lmprove h
will bo able to fsumu his duties in
a short time
Mr and Mrs (3 A. Mwukcr and
family (n m fihlpplngton. were eurt
at Mr und Mrs. William Wanton's
Mrs J W Jory u on the sick list
Mrs. William Worden. her daughter.
from lxKcr Klamuth I-ako. raroe
Monday to nurie her. Sho is much
Oeorffo Furbcr was a Klamath
Falls visitor Monday.
Mr Chtchov. whoso home Is near
Midland, returned Monday from an
extended trip to Missouri.
Mr and Mrs C It. Patterson and
Trade foun .1 thr l.'al iuui-k ,n' n Frond. r reanii.ltn n a.-.tf a MIU Oltl,. Ns M;N Ms I'JUMtH
re-enily inena,l u nrmbiT!i ii,Lo to t& runt .i-i ioirtJ ... . .
' mm. r.icn'Xrn j jnl f (, nn rfmllr
1 uoo and m piann ng t; oi I 2 ) . , ,. ...
add tlonal memlrnn o that ev.Ty If B man n. .r,.nt ru i.a ... x I ni..nv ,. i. ... . ,-
credit man in northern California J hn nevrr rcr.,mui,, WBlh nK an tl tbo WorK f ,,, tUvt m iifT afi,
Kill b In n position U wmist lh Han nxer lie
THE PIPE OF SEPARATE PEACE
Martin I Iron, shipped a carload of ron Vernon, wito Klamath Fulls vis.
whwt from Midland to Klamuth , itorn Monday
Mrs. William Worden. from I'pper Credit Men Meet
Klamuth take, was u luncheon guest
of Mn J. W. Jory Thursday. j Jn $. F. June 14
J. W, Jory was a Klamath Putin j
Ylsltor Thursday. j baj; FKANCIBCO, May 1 1 With
Mrs. Walter Kemp, from Klamuth, delegates ulrttidy registered from
Falls, spent Sunday with her parentn. turty f tnil tnajor tU,.M of tho ;lit.
Mr. and Mrs. Hooper, of Miller Is- J gluten, the complete success of tho
land. j tttonty-tdxth annual tonteiilltn of
b nnapp. icucner oi anuiann ,,, National Association of Credit
Bchoql, Is a week-end guest at tho J I .M(.n ln tlla rUy( jno H , ,7 haa
D. Hooper home. Uoan assured, according to tho sup
Tlio followInK pupllH aro going toV(,y Ken ou, l0(luy ,)y K H Juffo.
tako u part of tho Klghth grade et- Ilt( Becrttan--munagur of tho looal
umJnatlon. KUa Dupuy, John Hooper,
Orr ILoopor and Mnry Bhulmlro.
Henry Cratt who lives two mll
east of Mldlund, 'received one hund
red Binull White Leghorn chickens
trom tho' Mnywood I'oultry ranch
To ententuln tho dologntes to the
lonventlon, which Is n'Kunleil In
business uiul f iiauMul drdos oh toe
ond only l.i .in;'ortuticu to the unnuul
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