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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 23, 1921)
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TXCMDAT, JUNK, M, lMt.
THE EVENING HERAtD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
V. 8. Hlllli ud Umttf of, Sen
Joss, (California,, are hero visiting
.Mr. and Mrs-John A. McCall. Mr.
' Wills U a brother of Mrs: McCall.
0. P Johnson, who haa ben a-way
for several days, la expected homo
E. It., Jefferson and son James
aad llttlo niece, Virginia Itlchraond,
t left tbli morning on a two days'
tithing trip. They expect to spend
. today at Chlloquln and tomorrow
go on to Slc-an. -
Howard Van Vatkonburg, at one
time a Klamath county rancher, la
In town from 'hi present horn In
Charles Moore returned yester
day afternoon from Odell Lake,
where he spent seroral daya fishing
J. T. Dixon and J. A SIsemoro
are Klamath Falls vlsltore from
Port Klamath today.
Charles 0. Twohy Is registered at
the White Pelleaa hotel today from
T. A. Jetmore or Lakevlow la In
the city for a few daya on matters
Sydney Smith Is here from Port
land, baring arrived last night-Mr.
Smith la looklng.after road coni
atruotion for' the Warren Construc
R. J. Mil. of the Big Plnea Lum
ber company of Medford,', v arrived
yesterday with a party offrlenrfa
aad It to rumored that they will
spend several daya In this county
looking qvertae lumber, situation.
-Otfcew-la the urtyarsr -A. V. Heln.
J. K. Reddr aad K. J., Morressy.
Mr. aad Mr. J.-P-.Varnam left
-thle morning on the stage bound for
' Mra. L. T. WHUtU left.thls morn-
ing for San Francisco where she will
pead about a month. Mrs.- Wll-
UU will be 'accompanied byher'ale-
ter from Phoenix, who Is making the
' trip for her-health.
Mra. Oeorge tilrlch who haa been
visiting la Ban Franctocd' for the
past month la expected -home tonight-
Miss Quelle, Bsckley returned
Wednesday from Salem where she
haa bee for son time.
Msh Marie lUmbo la boms from
sA extended TaeaUon trip to Portland
aad Medford.- '
. S. Veatch and Leslie Rogers,
f Us First National bank, are away
fer a few days' fishing la Bpragua
.MkM MrWi-ed.CoIlahaa; head nurse!
at the Klamath General hospital re-
tasmea last '.Bight from a vacation
trip to Portland. s
Jaa. Fred and Henry Bruaken
spent yesterday In Klamath. Falls
Tlaltlag friends. The three brothers
are on. a tour of Southern Oregon
Croat their home is Salinas, Califor
Mra. Matt Egaa returned last
sight from Saa Francisco and left
this mornlBg--for hsr homo at Mo
C. B. Wallet, a cattle man, U In
town for an extended business visit.
Mr. and Mr. F. O. Williams drove
into town yesterday from their ranch
taT'ths Spring Lake region for the
purpose of -purchasing supplies.
J. R. Elliott was In town from hla
ranch on the Merrill road yesterday
Mrs. Don Holding haa1 'returned
from EuKeno nml I again at hor
deek In the KlrsOfatlonat bank.
W. E.' Burrls 'was up from his
ranch in Merrill yotsorday,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles, Lelloy
Saunders left this morning tor Long
Beach, California. Mra. Saunders
waa Miss Margaret Unp before hor
marriage hero last ovonlng. a
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Houston, ac
companied by their aon John and
daughter Vera arrived In town this
attornoon from Kugcne. They were
accompanied as far as Mod ford by
their ntoce, Miss Audrey Roberta.
Mr. and Mrs. TTouston were present
at tholr son's graduation from the
University of Oregon. John has
received a number of honors during
his four years nt the university, hav
ing been vice president of the stu
dent body In his senior year, a
member of Mask and Buskin, Friars,
Phi Delta Theta, and ho haa always
been active In Y. M .C. A. work.
He received his degroo of master of
business administration this year.
Ed Go en Is In town from Chllo
quln today, attending to matters of
buslnoss connected with his mer
cantile business there.
W. C. Dalton Is in town today
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The Drill Starts
Crater OH & Gas Co's.
WELL No. 1
Mil "Spud In
THE PUBLIC IS INVITED
TKeVe will be Speeches Free
Barbecue and Entertainment for all
STOCK S AlJE!
' During the remaining days of this Big Sale we will sell our large,
and beautiful stock of Coats, Wraps, Suits, Blouses, Silk Underwear,
Hosiery, Furs and Millinery at prices that have not heretofore been.
quoted on this season's merchandise. It is our desire to reduce our,
stock, and we willjxot let price stand in the way of our so doing Come
in and see these wonderful creations of the world's most famous style
artists ,and you will be convinced of our extremely low values.
large assortment of the latest style and
quality in Hats, values up to $10,
reduced to $3.95
One hundred Dresses consisting
of Wool Serges, Taffetas and
Jerseys, at ..
AU the Bcwest creation la Onca-ndlm, Taffetas,
Orcpe every dress la the hoaso at
n HKDUCTIO.N OK ONE-FOURTH.
AT A REDUCTION OF ONE-FOURTH
JERSEY. SPORT COATS
AT A REDUCTION OF ONE-FOURTH
..ALL-WOOL JERSEY SPORT COATS..
In Voiles, Silks, Crepe-de-ChiiM
REDUCED ONE FIFTH
from regular price Many are
REDU.CED ONE -HALF
Twenty-five Silk-figured Georgette ;
$7.50 values, on sale at
ALL WOOL SUITS REDUCED TO $15.00
Now is the time to buy your FALL SUITS, as well as your OUTING SUITS, at
prices in many instances less than wholesale cost. ' '' W ' '1j
OFF HIGH GRADE SILK HOSIERY
100 figured Sateen Petll
coatii, Kit Special
no uliltn Tub Silk Petti
ion k, Hoalloped and e
bniluVii-d at the bottosi,
double front, and back
50 Mallinson Brothers guk
Jersey Fettieoate, Uie M.M
Stores in Klamath Falls, Chico, Oroville, Marysville, Red Bluff and Corning
Remember, this is not a sale on one or two items, but reductions on everything in the store
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