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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 9, 1921)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
K. K. K. Store's Big Clothing Sale
See Friday's Paper for Prices
K. K. K. STORE Mm ciofe
Saturday Is the Last Day
Our Big Shoe Sale
Which has been in full swing for the past month. Now is the
time to take advantage of the ruedctions on all the latest spring
and summer styles in pumps and oxfords.
For the balance of the week only. Any ladies high
shoe in the store priced at $5.85 nc $7.85 Values
off on all boy's shoes.
off on all children's high shoes.
off on children's sandals and low shoes.
reduction on all ladies pumps and oxford.
EXTRA SPECIAL FOR SALE CLOSING DAY
A laige assortment of ladies pumps, in all sizes and
late styles. Values up to $10.00, Saturday $3.95
Men's Hanan Shoes $9.85
Men's Dress Shoes, Brown and Black, all sizes $4.85
Large assortment of Children's Shoes .. $2.35
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Ilonanin today .hopping and lilt- Th" ln Art Hug company hea cregatlnc II
Ug with frletiili i elleinl It agoftrl.. hl. city an.) bntM reriac ti.H In iit ut
Mr S'ate Olterbeln left for Ah- ,n" "n" n' "n l oer here In Hpemb I'mtux of tie nr4l
land thla moraine to visit a few by A J Adams, who secured tbo 'ard for the .l m to th. l
day beforn going to Medfard aed t,'nch agency for lha Medford pare and the : t: trvi forebitslU
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.handle the department (rum bla Ihi bald at flvn afWrs-a of tut
quart. r In the Kle0 coupaby at week under the M of it. SofU
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Tonight and Friday
Sale Price for
Halo Price (or
V Kladl) JtliaiiKr but at thrM I'm prim c onlinut rt-runil any pliircliaar.
"Who Is to Blame"
A story of the Orient
with beautiful settings
and wonderful scenery.
A GOOD COMEDY
Shows starts at 6:45
bowing at the
A VOICE IN THE DARK"
ALL 8TAU CAST.
Tho raoiit oxcltlnl and baffling mystery play ovor
produced on tho Btago has been icreoned by Ooldwyn
So ono can u thin picture without (oellng that creepy
ehiver of anticipation which U the mom delicious of
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
MAB MURIIAY AND DAVID I'OWKLL IN
"IDOLS OF CLAY"
Tbo great oat screen achievement of the age.
At The Liberty
Wanda Ilnwloy In u peppy apartmont
huuNo romedy -
"The Outside Woman"
Dorothy, hrldo of u month, couldn't ano
why lluhhy had to l.-ar hlmaulf away
anil go to work I'rolmlily ho wouldn't
ham gono If ho had (riwcn ull tho ox
cltoinnnt hla hiiitln littlo hrldo wm golnr;
to Mtlr up In that apartmunt during
hla absence, and
JOII.V.NV III.VKH IN
"Torchy's Big Lead"
From tho (amed storlen by Howell Ford
eaia a. - i'i'iwtfWUUU)
I'liwrrv uhMiYH WAums iw
"All Dolled Up"
Who waa a poor littlo nhop girl; ho wan a
chau((our. Ho thought sho was an holr
cas; nho thought ho wan a prlnco,
Don't Miss It. i
for the price of
Buy One of These
Just outside the city limits on the
country highway where you will
have NO CITY TAXES TO pay NO
Street PAVING OR CITY WATER
R,AISE YOUR OWN GARDEN.
RAISE YOUR OWN CHICK-
HAVE YOUR OWN COW.
AND MAKE YOUR OWN BUT
TER. BE INDEPENDENT
There are but 7 of these "Little
Ranches," so don't delay. Come in
and let us show you.
Price $800 up
J. T. WARD & CO.
834 Main St.