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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 24, 1921)
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..THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FXlLSOftEGON
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.. MONDAY.-'OOTOBETt 24, 1091.
707 MAIN ST. PHONE 341 W.
"Shop in Klamath FalU"
WE SPECIALIZE IN PHOENIX AND
SILK, LISLE AND WOOL
A DEPOSIT WILL HOLD ANY
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Our Greatest Garment Discount Sale"."?"1
Ending Saturday Evening, at 8:30 P. M. - The event you have been all waiting for
OC DISCOUNT or more on
EVERY COAT, SUIT, DRESS; FOR in oor enormous stock of wonderful merchandise
U3 When THE STYLE SHOP bid. you to a SALE, YOU KNOW you are geing: to be justly
regarded, for WHERE ELSE can you find luch a complete line of exclusive garments
and WHERE ELSE can you find such values, and WHERE ELSE will your money go as
far; WHERE ELSE can you buy with such assurance of STYLE, QUALITY and PER
SONAL SERVICE. Every garment THIS SEASON'S STYLE and marked in plain fig
ures Make your own reductions. The coat, suit or dress you saw here last week and
thought beyond your reach is here at the same price less your discount. The biggest op
portunity of the year is NOW to select your winter garment and winter just beginning.
.Many' garments show a reduction of JJ 1-36Y) to 50) none. nan 25'
soft. Smart and Elegant Suits. Short or
long models; plain or fur tirmmed.
25 Discount or More1
DRESSES , ,
Charming Dresses for Evening, Afternoon, Street Restaurant or.-Busi- '
ne'ss wear. Exclusive Wools and Chic 'Soft Silks '-' r- . .
25 Discount or More " L' "."' -
20 Per Cent Discount
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on all Blouses, Sport Skirts, sport Coats, Sweaters
Wonderful Coats in beautiful
fabrics, luxurious furs.
25 Discount or More
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y;-iae wioniai itooms at 1110 coraor
2C Main and Tenth streets, are ox
Jsavatlng preparatory to InBtalllug a
Mw ateam beating plant for tbo com
fort of their guests, i
,-,) -fleorge Ww Stokes, deputy state
vra marshal, la registered nt the
.White Pelican hotol, having arrived
taat night from Portland.
Horace Sykos Is spending a fow
f jiaya here from Salem and Is rogls-
,-,tar4 at the Whlto Pollcan hotel.
'' William Bray, well known lumber-
, ,fcan and ex-state senator of Wiscon
sin, has returned hero after nn ab
sence of months, to attond to bus!-
i;i ftaae affairs in this locality.
.,S B. O. Magee has retumod from
.Medford where ho spent sovorol days
lj rooking after timber business.
I y T. N, Cunningham was a weok-ond
, 'Visitor here from his Pine Orovo
Mrs. Rose Flnloy Is spondlng a
, few days at Bly, to visit with
Mr. Flnley, who Is looking after his
cattle this month.
3. A. Bushong, a rosldont on tho
road between hero and Ktfno, was a
bnslness visitor here ovor tho week
end on business.
Qeorge L. Forgo, Insurance, agent,
returned to tho city yesterday nftor
evera! dayB spent In Medford attend
Ing to business affairs.
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Dlakloy drovo
lato town yesterday afternoon from
Bend on their way south. They left
the car hero and went on this morn
ing to San Francisco by train whoro
Mr. Blakley will attend tbo Lumbor
tnen's convention this week.
Jerome Htenry will arrlvo homo
tonight from' an extended trip
through California and Nevada,
H. 8. Comly Is a business visitor
here today from Sacramento, having
arrived hero last night. Ho Is reg
istered at the Whlto Pollcan hotol.
O. L. Stevens and wlfo are visitors
her this week from their home in
Leo Houston and Basil Gregory
ware members of a hunting party
yesterday, Mjr. Gregory returning
with a fine buck1.
Mr. .and Mrs. Percy Dixon, farm
'fcCia the Merrill road, attended to
bWftiGKafiairs .here Saturday.
Daniel V. Corlde will leave In the
pear future for Taeoma, Washington,
where he will spend some time In tho
hop of improving UU health.
Charles Collier was among tho
nlmrods who spe.nl yestorday after
'game in the Klamath, woods.
Mr. and tfrs. George Hoavotln were
In town from their ranch Saturday
Charles E. Spldell of tho Spring
lako district was In town with sup
A. M. Shlldor and Q. A. Frakca,
long tlmo residents of this city, are
arranging for a gold prospecting tour
this winter. They will leave in two
or three days for Garden Valloy, Cal
ifornia, where they will spond their
wintor vacation prospecting.
, Mr. and Mrs. S. T, Summers left
today for Ashland whoro they aro
expecting to spend somo tlmo with
Mrs. Summers' mother, who is suf
fering from 111' health.
W. T. Lee, who accompanied three
prisoners to Salem the last of the
week went on to Portland and Is ex
pected homo tonight.
Mrs. George Walton and daughters
Beatrice and Katherlne, drove In
from their homo at Merrill yestorday
to meet Mr. Walton, who has been in
Yroka for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Chorponlng aro
roceiving congratulations on the
birth of a nine and one-half pound
baby boy, named Clinton D. Jr. Dr.
L. L. Truax was In attendance.
Charles DoCuman, who has been
seriously 111 at his homo here, Is re
ported out of danger now and If
friends desire to call and Inqulro
ovor tho phone for his health, the
family will bo glad to receive the
Mr. Hartor, representing tho Fed
eral board on Vocational training,
Is here from Corvallls on official
buslnoas this woek.
Ur. R. B. Craver reports tbo birth
of a twelve pound son to Mr. and
Mrd, Earl laindy at Pelican city Sat
urday. , J. P. Austin of Portland, success
or to tho late Fred Oilman as coast
roprosentatlvo of the American Lum
berman, Chicago lumber trado jour
nal, is -hero In the Interests of his
Lestor'Payne is visiting for a fow
days with bis father Andrew Payne,
.at the family home in Ashland.
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FORTLAND. Oct. 24. Cattle 35
cents lower; choice steers $5.75 and
$6.25; hogs, sheep and eggs and but
ter steady, I j j
YOSEMITB. Oct. 24. (Yosomlte
National Park is no placo tor bad
actors. The annual roport of Unit
ed States Commissioner Degnan prov
es that boyond a doubt, for ovory
Infraction of tbo Park's law has boon
punished with a vlow to preventing
repltltlon, and warning that tho
rights of the majority must bo re
spected. With nearly 100,000 visitors pour
ing Into Yosemlto from every state
and many foreign countries, there
havo been only nlnty-flvo cases bo
fore Judgo Degnan In twolve months.
"Moral turpitude," as the lawyors
say, was not involved in most of the
cases, thirty of which concornod traf
fic violations alone, so that the tota)
number of "undesirables" among tho
Park's visitors was Infinitesimal In
rotation to tho enormous total.
Thoso fow undesirables, howovor,
soon learned that Yosemlto not only
didn't want thorn, but wouldn't have
them, and thoy were pitched out, bag
and baggage. Ranger Stations guard
every exit from tho Park and the
country Is so wild that It virtually
Is Impossible to tra el by other than
an established , road. Therefore,
when a man Is wanted, It becomes
a comparatively simple matter to no
tify all exits and have him picked up
when be arrives at ono of them.
WHEAT PRICKS '&
PORTLAND, Oct. 24, Wheat Is
quoted from $1.00 to $1.03.
o. fs,. Moncta
Regular meeting of Aloha
ter No. 61, O. B. S. Tuesday, Octo
ber 26, 7:30 p. m. at Masonic Hall
All visiting members invited. Re
Kate D. Peyton, W. M
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR RENT Sloeplng room, close
In, hot and cold water. Use of
bath and phone. 622 Walnut St.
FOR SALE 3 room house, lit you
nood a home, you can buy one on
your own terms. JPhone 488 or In
qulro B. Noud, K. K. K. Store.
SOME SNAP Largo corner, consist
ing of two lots on pavement. Hew
or connections on lot. Pavement all
paid. Prico $1,000 on terms or $860
cash. lOwner, 1406 Oregon Ave., or
phono 43W. 26-26
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Tho Following Fixture
Ice Cream Cabinet
Ice Cream Freezer
Candy Jars and Trays
Also,' entire jiatogk. of GRQ?
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1126 MAIN ST.
Rlncst Picture Projection in Soatli
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LEW GODY .
THE HE-VAMP ' ' -
In his latest picture, the powerfal
'A Dangerous, Pastime'
supported by '
an all star cast, including Cleo
Rldgeley, Elinor Fair, Mrs. Irving
' Cummins and Arthur Hoyt. '
Also a Charles Chaplin Comedy
and Ford Weekly
'.'Great Minds. , Originate, Fools
'Imitate".""' ' ' H'-'
GOOD EATS GOOD TIME
Helen Clark cwo, ,&
Joseph PhillipS Baritone
This will bo tho soason's nioht - '
. unique musical event. In addition
to singing sovcrul groups of songx,
tho artlsta havo consented (o com- ;
lnro their art ltli it KE-CRKA- r,
HON by Mr. Kdlson'M new phono- '
graph. They will bo nIMc1 by
Thomutf George, plnnlst. ' ,
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k Friday, October 28th f
Admlttanco by invitatlou only. A
few rosorvatlons are still left. We
shall be. glad to Issue theso to mus-lc-love'rsrwho
apply, in order of ap
plication", Call, wrlto or telephone,
Klamath Falls Music House
., . GebrA. Wirtz '
122 "South Sixth Street