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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 13, 1921)
Iff! EV1N1NG' HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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K. i STORE'S BIG CLEARANCE SALE
NOW GOING ON
' Exceptional bargains in all department. Suits at price unequalled in many years. Every suit in the store
1 on sale, including Kuppenheimer's, Brandegee-Kincaid and other makes. We have segregated these in four
i classes as listed below. These suits are worth at regular prices from $35.00 to $80.00.
KNOX HATS for $5.00
Regular price $8.00. The name Knox is all
you need to know about a hat. This week only.
500 hats ranging in price from $4.50
to $7.00. Special this week .-. "-$3.45
An odd lot of Panama and Straw Hats,
whil they last, for i.5Qc
Get your now or be disappointed.
SILK SHIRT SALE
Thisjs Silk Shirt time and here you have new7
fresh styles to select from; some new beauti
ful patterns at 20 1 ltin the regular
price all this week. . -
Ladies' Outing Skirts in' the celebrated
Kampit make, L4 price.
Men's Silk Sox, black and white, regular
price $1.00 now '50c.
The famous '.Dubblebilt Boy's suits at 1A
price. Every suit in the store.
A glance will, show you the wonderful saving you can make. Gentlemen, you will need a new suit for
The Fourth!" This is your opportunity to get it at wholesale cost. We are sacrificing our profits at
the beginning of the selling season. Our Loss Is Your Gain. Look over the prices quoted below.
Lot No. 1 $16.85
Lot No, 2 ........ 26.85
Lot No. 3 ....v.. 34.85
Lot No. 4?. 44.85
Gigantic Clearance Sale of Shoes
Men's good work shoes, Munson Last $2.95
Men's Calf skin work shoes, Munson Last,
Extra Special $3.95
Men's dress shoes, values up to $12.00. Walk-
1 over, -Stratfords and other makes $6.45
One .entire line of dress shoes, button and lace
. styles, value to $15.00. 150 pairs in this lot. v
Sale price ....... $6.95
A' Special lot of Nettleton's dress shoes. The
best shoe made. Sale price $9.85
Buckingham and Hecht cowboy boots.
Sale price $9.85'
KHAKI PANTS SPECIAL
Men's Khaki Pants, worth regular up to $4.50.
, Sale price .'. $2.20
A special lot of boy's blouses and golf
shirts at .50
- - - A GREAT MANY-PEOPLE AVAILED THEMSELVES OF THIS EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY
SATURDAY. OUR BUSINESS WAS FAR BEYOND 'EXPECTATIONS. DON'T PUT IT OFF ANY
LONGER; COME IN TODAY. A SHORT VISIT WILL CONVINCE YOU OF THE WONDERFUL SAV
ING YOU CAN MAKE ON CLOTHING.
K. K. K. STORE - LEADING CLOTHIERS
J Personal Mention
T. Jf. Miller, of Lakevlew, arrived
bar last night to meet Mrs. Mlllor
and daughter, Mitt Francis, who
have been spending the winter In
Mr.' and Mrs. R. S. Hamilton, and
two children are visitors from Bend.
Mr. and Mrs. Halloran, Miss Helen
Hlestand and Miss Betty Smith aro
member of an automobile partr who
are on their war home to Portland
after making, tour of California.
Genera A. Burroughs, who hat
beam tea thing ecbool at Lorella, left
this morning for her horn In Lai An.
geleev where the will spend the um
Ms. Oha. B. Draw, and two hll
dreo, left Utla morning for Macdoel
to, Visit for Mat time with Mr.
Drew'a parent. M ,.
Mr, and Mn. Cbarlee Hlghtower
and family, who bare been residing
at Swan Lake, left this morning for
Redding, where' Xhey expect to lo
cate. Mr. Emma Miller was a passenger
for Bray this morning.
Rex McMillan an employee of the
Southern Paclfc at Weed, spent yes
Miss Octavia Delap, who has been
taking s postgraduate course at tbe
University of California, arrived here
last night to spend the summer with
her parent. .
Z. N, Age, representative of the
Zeilerbach Paper company, is a busi
ness visitor from Portland.
,'Orville Elliott and family were
down 'from Klamath Agency yester
day. H. P, Raamuasen la a business vis
itor from Medford.
p. H. Roe Is registered at a local
hotel from. Bend.
y. U McNeff, with tbe Internatio
nal Correspondence School, Is over
from MMford on business for a few.
-fleorge Wlt. A. C. McKlnley and
Oerald McKlnley, California engi
neers, spent yesterday at Rocky
Point and the Fort Klamath country
locking over the tule land In that
section of tbe county.
jMr. 'and Mr. O. A. Bellman, Mr.
and, Mr. A, A. Bellman and Mr. and
Mrs. Cottel spent yesterday at Rocky
O. A. Hallwell, of the Standard Oil
company, left Sunday for a week's
trip to Dunsmulr.
Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Hall and Mr.
tmjtn, Wy. S MarshH spent ea-
tordny on a fishing trip at tbe Kcno
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Barnum and
son, arrived here yesterday from
Medford to spend their summer at
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Siemens are hero
from their ranch at Fort Klamath,
visiting for a tow days.
A. C. Allan Is expected here from
Medford this evening and, will go to
Rocky Point tomorrow wnero ho will
spend the summer,
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Robertson,
former resident of this city, have re
turned here to make tbelr home. Mr.
Robertson to connected with the
county surveyor' office.
. The coming of warm weather
draws many people to the various re
sort throughout the county and
yesterday saw many Klamath Falls
folk at Spring Creek, among them be-
Ing Mr. and' Mrs. Fred Dunbar and
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Martin and
family spent yesterday In the Fort
Mr. Frank Tucker and daughter, J
Miss Lola, left for Medford and oth
er Rogue River Valley point to visit
with friend and relative for tbe
D. B. Campbell who ha been con
fined to hi hotol by nine, Is again
able to be about tbe streets.
Miss Lola Woden leave Wednes
day for Ashland, where she will
spend the summer vacation with' rel
atives and friends.
T. H. Conger, of Berkeley, who has
a summer home at Rocky Point, I
expected here thl evening with bis
family to spend the summer.
James Stevens was a local attend
ant at the Weed-Klamath Falls base
ball game at Weed yesterday.
J. H. Carnaban motorod to Malln
and Modoc 'county yesterday.
Mis Ada Orabood, slitor of Mrs.
Oeo. L. Mete, bad bor tonslli remov
ed nt the'Wlarren Hunt hospital yes
Mrs." William Peel and Miss Rose
Albert will arrive here tonight to
visit at tbe home of Mrs. W. C. Dav
enport. Mrs. Peel I the niece of Mrs,
Davenport and expect to remain
here for the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Sheets and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rich
ardson and children, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred. Qoeller, Fred. Qo'eller Jr., Mr,
and Mrs. Roy Orem, and Mr. and
Mrs. K. O, Cummlngs formed a picnic
party which went to Odessa yester
day on a picnic and fishing trip.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Merrltt eamo
np from Merrill today to meet tholr
daughter, Edna, who returns from
Corvalll tonight where ho has been
specializing In music at tbo Oregon
Lone Bandit Makes
Haul in Idaho
8T. JOSEPH, Idaho, Juno 13.
A lone bandit today hold up and
relieved E. F. Smltb, cashlor of tbe
First SUte Bank of IS, 823 In cash
and escaped to the nearby hills
afoot after locking the cashier up
In a vault.
The robber wore no Disk and
made no apparent .effort to eon
eeal his feature while staging the
holdup and from tbe description
given by Smith was a woodsman.
Smith managed to extricate him
self from the vault by using a screw
driver. Pursuit Is on after the rob
ber by posse. I
OREOON Tuesday fair, cooler In
oast portlou. '
FOR RENT Room with bath. 228
Eighth street, ono block from Main
street. Gontlcmnn preferred. Phono
FOR RENT Largo front sleeping
room with bath, 1100 Pine St. -
FOR RENT Ono furnlshod houso-
kooplog room, lit 3 Pine. Phone
8trayed from my plnco about Juno
1st, 2 bay horses, ono with white
pot on forehead, both branded O on
left hip. Notify Sargent Brown, at
Cblloquln, Ore., at once. It
Germany Is rapidly getting back to
normal. Drewers aro now permitted
to make 25 per cent of their product
with 12 por cent alcoholic strength.
FOUND On South Riverside stroet,
a man' gold watch. Owner can
have earn by identifying and paying
for this ad. 848 8o. Riverside street.
O. K. B. NOTICE
Regular meeting of Aloha Chapter
No. 61, O. Ku 8 Tuoaday evening,
Juno 14th, 1921, at .7:30 P. M., by
order of tho Worthy Matron. Visitors
welcomo. JULIA C. HALL,
13 " Secy.
FOR HALE For touring 1918, 4
epoed trans., llasslor shocks, new
seat covers, wator circulator, Hay
field carbuorator. Cheap for casli.
Seo at Dodge Uarago, or Inquire at
Illuc Ulrd. lltf
LOOT Four koy on a ring. Flndor
ploaso roturn to this office 13-16
WANTED Hoy' second hand wheel.
Lloyd lUj:ielil. phone 10. ' 19-14'
FOR SALE 4-room house famished
or unfurnished. Also cabin, 1606
Oro. Ave. 11-11
FOR SALE Tbe Kellogg House;
will consider house and lot ae
part payment. For particular Inquire
of owner. Mr. E. II. Kellogg, 81S
Pine Ht. Easy torms. II
Foil RENT 2-room furnished
apartment. Inqulro Geo. L. Mots,
C22 Main St. 13-16
Colonist one-room cabins for house
keeping, 11th noar Main street and
741 Walnut Ave. 13
FOR BALE Small cook stove. Colo
nial Room, 11th near Main St.
FOR SALE 1 light 2-borse Deorlng
rako. roanor. noarlv new: reason-
aoie, year lime. uco. u. liowman,
Klamath Falls. 13-14
knowing at the
CS5 A DAT OFF UNTIL BOLD
Lexington, In fin condition,
Regular price.... 81460
Now down to.... 91426
Chalmers a splondld buy,
' Started at 91100
Now down to ....91076
Maurice Bryant's Place
438 8. eUi Ht.
FOR SALE Must soil at once, fur
niture bedding, llnon, etc; 419
Roosovelt. Phono 339M. 18-16
Stooping room for rent, 1164 Pine
WANTED Womsn to help on dairy
ranch. For appointment, tall
9IF2 after 2 p. m. 19
We wish to announce that we
have a resident agent here whe
will be glad to call on yoi aad snow
you samples and explain the mak
ing of fluff rugs woven from your
old rug. '
Mosan Art Rug Co. :
Office lit B. 9th. St. Klamath Fall
rnone 689-R WB CLEAN RUM ,
POLA NEGRI, Tbe greatest contUemtal. star in
Thrilling beyond words.
Jleautlful beyond dlscrlptlon.
A harmony of all the emotion. '
Tbe greatest picture In five years.
IL ELAINE IIAMMI
"Poor Dear Margaret Kirby"
BEAUTIFUL ELAINE IIAMMER8TE1N
At The Liberty
Pauline Frederick in
"A SLAVE OF VANITY"
From the play '"'Iris" by Sir Arthur Wing
A story which bares the tremondous
Mruggle of a woman' soul, when she
choose bbtween soiling herself for a
llfo of luxury, and handling the pot and
pans In a log hut of tho man she loves.
The return engagement of
Loncfellow'a Immortal Doom. a. nlav nvnrv.
one should see. I
May Allison trumps her every prevloui
"THE LAST CARD"