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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 21, 1921)
HATCIIDAY, MAV 21, 1U1
THE. EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
WE KNEW IT
You just can't evade the fact that low prices, with goods that for
years have been conceded to be the best on the market, is a combina
tion that attracts buyers who know what a "real" sale is. Wc claim
that the shoe sale which began at our store yesterday comes under the
head of real and bona fide sales, anyway you look at it. We arc proud
of our shoe line. Our shoes have stood the acid test of hard wear and
fashion, and the numbers of people who patronized the sale yesterday,
some of them coming from long distances despite the bad weather prov
es that our pride in our shoes is well founded. Most of those who bought
shoes from us yesterday had attended our sales before
THEY CAME BACK
because they were satisfied with their previous purchases from us.
Keep this in mind: We've got shoes for every foot, every use, and
every sensible fancy. We can fit you and please you men, women, and
children if we can't fit you we will tell you so without trying to sell
you something you do not want. But, we'll satisfy you no doubt abdut that.
Ladies can buy Luxite Hosiery at a reduced price. Luxitc represents
the best there is in hosiery, and discriminating ladies will be pleased
with this line.
We want the confi
dence of the public, and the
only way to retain it is by
giving recognized shoe
values, and at prices that'
you absolutely know are
away below regular prices.
We are doing it. . The sale
is on. Here is the biggest
shoe-buying opportunity of
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Miss Marjorlo Edsall, of B!y, who
will bocomo tbo brldo of Emmltt Sis
omoro, of Fort Klamath, on May 29,
waa tbo guest of' honor at a party
given by Miss Agnes Drlscoll this af
ternoon. Tboso Invited were: Mes
dames Jas. II. Drlscoll, Roderick
Smith,. E. T. Olvan, Fred. Dunbar,
Dallas divan, Peters, Paddock, Chas.
Colller.McCarthy, Buckley,r Flnley,
tho Misses Ethel McGllchrlst, Mad go
Dixon, Besa Kllgore, Claudia Lang
dell, Meta Chastaln and Mario Obcn
cbain. Tbo Ladles Auxiliary of the Amer
ican Legion will havo booths in tho
banks and business houses noxt week
for tbo purposo of selling tho artifi
cial popples adopted' as tho memorial
flower In tbo United States. Thcso
popples aro mado by tho widows and
orphans of France. Mrs. Louis Hoag
land Is chairman of tbo committee In
charge of the work.
A very enjoyable aftornoon was
spont by tho lady Elks on last Tues
day afternoon. Mrs. Henderson and
Mrs. Gregory woro tho hostesses tor
the occasion. Tho afternoon was
spent playing flvo hundred. Mrs,
Hanson won tho prlzo for highest
scoro and Mrs, ilardcnbrook the con
Tho members and their friends of
tho Scandla society enjoyed them
selves at a dancing party at tho Scan
dinavian Hall Inst evening. Music
was furnished by members of tho so
ciety and tbo usual dollclous refresh
ments were served by tho following
commlttce: Mcsdamos Frankfort,
Vale Conrad, Richardson and Lars
Mrs. L. A. Burgess, who formerly
conducted tho homHtltchlng estab
lishment at 13X North Fou
will leave in tho morning for San
Francisco where sha will mnko her
homo. Mrs. Burgess has lived hero
for eom'o tlmo and has many friends
100 PER CENT UNION
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
The most daring horsewoman in the world in the
Sensational Westtern Picture
. "THE ONE WAY TRAIL"
Eternal triangle straightened out with
. guns in tall timberlands, open country, tall
woods, unbroken horses, unbroken men,
and darling girl whose daring riding holds
you spellbound. A story of the raw North
west with action and thrills galore.
EPISODE 11 OF 'THE PURPLE RIDERS'
Getting better every week, don't miss this
. A MACK SENNETT COMEDY
CONTINUOUS SHOW SUNDAY
STARTS AT 1 P. M. SHARP
Don't miss this all western show it's great.
William S. Hart in "The Patriot"
ADMISSION ADULTS QC CHILDIIEN UOC
,()Iti:(ioN May 21 - Tonic lit nml
who will regret to hio her leave
Minn Schruvor. rnnreanntlni: tho
Dureau of Nursing of tho Stato Hoard I s"",l!,)r fnlr: c,,olur ,on,K"1 "' '10
of Health, arrived ost night to puml eastern portion.
sovoral days on official luminous.
Get results by using class ads.
' A classified ad In Tbo Horald will
' find what you havo lost.
flowing at the
"HELD BY THE ENEMY"
With Wnnda Hawley, Jnik Holt, Agnen Ayrns. Walter
Heirs and Lewis Stono.
For years the greatest Metro-drama of tho fltago
now mudo into a picture that will hold you enthralled.
MAItaUEUITE CLAItK In her first pclturo by hur
own company for Tho First, Nutlonal Exhibitors Cir
You'll havo as many laughs as you had from
At The Liberty
The House of Personal Service
JAMES OL1VKII CUIIWOOD'S OltEAT HTOUV
Starring Janes Novak und tho worlds wonder dog, Kazan,
Tho story of a girl who wns liruvoj und n dog that was moro
I'opular Ilcrt I, tell In tho caplhntliiK Miiro micccm
"THE MISLEADING LADY"
Ho was a woman hater until ho mot Helen Stcolo tbon nho
trifled with him and ho got rough, so rough that sho married hlml
CONTI.NUOUH SHOW STAUTINU AT 1 I'. SI.
SYLVIA MlEAMEIt AND IlOUKItT dOKDON IN
"THE BLOOD BARRIER"
R,eal money will be as plentiful
then as the "Elks Bull Coin" has
been this week.
Merf with a few dollars now will
have hundreds and thousands then.
Everybody will be busy; every
body will be excited. The whole city
will be crowded. Every store will be
crowded and you will have to el
bow your way wherever you go,
just as you did this week at the Elks
Some of our best citizens are
putting a lot of money into Oil De
velopment, and are doing everything
in their power to hasten the
prosperity which we all know will
come to Klamath when Oil is struck.
ARE YOU DOING YOUR
ARE YOU GOING TO BE IN
ON THE PROFITS?
AS GLENN JESTER TELLS
THE CRAP SHOOTERS, "You
can't pick up the winnings if you
don't put down the bets."
You may not be able to put in
Thousands of Dollars as .GLmcns,
Bloomingcamp, Fordyce and others
have, but if you put in all you can
afford, you have done your part as
much as they.
Do Your Part Now
SIGN THIS COUPON TODAY.
James Drlscoll, Socy. Wlllltts Illdg. Klamath Kails,
Enclosed chock for I for which ploasa rcsorvo
for mo shares Crater Oil and Gas Stock at 11.00
per nhuro, for which I agrco to subscrlbo upon rocelpt
of subscription blank.
Mail all checks and direct all inquiries to
Crater Oil & Gas Co.
Office:-622 Main Street