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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 1, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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''Hnl Clsus hs nrrlvml In thli
cllr Mml attoulil anyone doubt tt, tot
thorn c Kris Krlmln and hli brooth
rr, on top of the nhowraset In tlio
Underwood rhrmcr," said a small
boy today who stood looklnR at ttio
clover Christmas decoration which
were on display.
Closer Impersonations of Santa
Clan driving hli reindeers oer snow
field, alto arriving In two airplane,
aro placed In vantage points over ths
holiday offering. Tha smllea tha
artist haa placed on tha (ace ot each
Banla, nro especially benign. Tho
lvo nlrplanca aro welt constructed
models of tho army typo urcit In Dm
Mr and Mr, S.im Knman and
U. V. Knman went to the dance
at Jim Rtownrt'a Thuraday opening
Mr. nnd Mr. C It, Klgcr and
family pent ThankiKlrlnc 1th
Mr. Klger'a aider, Mrc, John Han
non, east ot Merrill.
Tho (Icertton, Btoxeimon nnd Kl
gtsr families. Waller, Chester and
Ague Knntnn. Mr, and Mr, Carl
Hark and CI) do Hark took In
Mm high school dnnco at Merrill
Mr. Forgo, of Klamath Kails,
was lit thl neighborhood n fen
da) before Thanksgiving buying
Mr and Mr. Henry Nemon were
In Klamath Kail Monday on html-no.
W. K, Nleman who wa hurt
while working on tho hay pre n
week or so ago. I not getting
along na well a lie expected. Ilo
went to Klamath Kiilh Monday to
eo n doctor.
Win ('he)no wna traiiinctlng
hniilueM In town Mondn.
Ml Julia MeltejnuhU wai visit
ing her sister Mr Alex t'heyno on
John ikhubert was calling In
this neighborhood the first of the
r'rank Stewiirt nnd family flatted
at tho homo of K, A. Kchrelner
Tho Premium Dairy opened Ita new
atom today nt 119 North 4th street
just back of the. old I'lrM National
bank building They nniiounro that
they will carry n linn of fresh egg
nnd butler na well as cream, milk
and lltilgarlo)! buttermilk, Custo
mer ot the I'lemlum Dalrj enllliiK
l the store nnd p.ollig their bills
before the tlth ot December will ro
leho a llbernl discount t-3
A Superb Showing of
Attractive Gift Goods
Much time has been given to the selection of Gift Goods
for the Holidays. The result of our efforts may be found in the
brilliant array of items now on display for-your inspection.
The assortment is endless so in this limited space, we can
but submit a list of suggestions.
iivmi:ts ov sr.wKit
' ItONDs AUK NOW lll'i:
City Treasurer Ida II Mumser was
sending out notices today that the
seventh Installment and Interest on
tho Fourth Sewer unit was due on De
cember 1 and that It pahlo a
j tni office i f tho pi'b Ju.' " In (l,o
I cltv hall Payments hvem-te ilctln
I uuenl tweii't lir after iimi re.
Too Lntc To qualify
( IX1ST lllack leather hand bag con
taining endorsed checks pa) able to
Premium Dairy ami Kmll Mochcttat,
also some ller lleward If return
ed to 119 N Hh St 1 i
TIIK CII1IISTMAH TIIKKS Are hen'
I now, at the Kree Market, any site.
, neatly mounted on stands Come Iq
and make your selection or call 9:
lit and wn will ilcllter one that will
I please ) on. Kry,: Dondonu '1-24
Speclil meetliiK It A M
Klamat'i Clinpter No aii to
night Thursday, December
Work In tho M i: M de
gree Visitor welcome
By Order E. H. P.
S. E. Brntton, Sccty.
WHITE PELICAN HOTEL
FRIDAY, DEC. 2, 8:30 P. M.
All University gratis and undergradH and
all high school students invited.
If you don't dance, come anyway.
Amusement will be provided.
Crater Lake Pictures
Come early while assortments are complete and avoid the
usual worry and disappointment which is experienced by
eleventh-hour shoppers. l
Our large and careful buying has enabled us to place
prices on Holiday Goods which cannot be beaten.
3PE ne Children come and see what Santa Chuis
has provided for them.
. IIIIW WANTKP
Hchool district No t will receive
bids up to December 19, 1931. for
' 200 cords ot body wood, to ho cut
from the trees, to bn delivered a
I tho board may direct to tho various
schools, wood to bn tiered on school
grounds. The board reserve iho
right to reject any and all bids Fur
ther particulars may be secured from
, C II Underwood, president, or Mlsa
Ida II. Moniyor, clerk, school district
I No t. 1-7.
MKTllOIMST I.AIflKS IIA.AAIl
. Thn Methodist ladles will hold
their bataar Saturday, Dec 3, start-
! Ing nt 10 00 n, m In thn chamber
of rommerco rooms l.uneh will on
served beginning at II 30 o'clock
and tci and rake will b served In
the afternoon Article to Iw sold
wilt bo on display Krutuy In Shepherd
Music Store 30.3
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V WHERE PARTICULAR PeOPLG Ll
Tim ' niti -rurin nni irzct I - f? I
BUY THEIR DRUG3
SAY IT WITH MUSIC
New piano ten to twelve dollar
a month and used ones eight
Santa wants to get busy and
EARL SHEPHERD CO.
507 MAIN ST.
STRAND THEATRE TONIGHT
Where Everybody Goes The Home of Hodktnaon Features
Entire Change ol Program
HALEY and Trebor an I JACK POLK
Happy-Go-Lucky Entertainers Eccentric Comedian
Shows Start: (i:U0 and J:00 o'clock
Also the Gripping Screen Production
"The Girl Alaska"
At the "Country Store" the Following Prizes will be Distributed
It lbs. Huron
I Hi. (V)liin Trefi Teis
I lb, Wrlman ('often
,1 ltcir Knret Shop IIhkoUIc
I Hi. M J .11. (Wfrn
Overcoats and Mackinaws
Most complete stock of Overcoats to be found in Southern Ore
gon. All the newest models and fabrics. Patrick and Kuppenheimer's coats-America's
leading coat makers. Every coat in the store on sale. Read the price reductions and get your coat now
All $20.00 Coats. $15.85
All $22.50 Coats. $17.85
All $25.00 Coats, $19.85
All $3000 Coats, $23.85
All $35.00 Coats, $27.85
All $40.00 Coats, $31.85
All $45.00 Coats, $35.85
All $50.00 Coats, $39.85
All $55.00 Coats, $43.85
All $60.00 Coats, $47.85
I Make your selection at once and get the pick of
I Leading Clothiers
All $65.00 Coats, $51.85
All $70.00 Coats, $55.85
All $75.00 Coats, $59.85
All S80.00 Coats, $63.85
20$ Reduction on all Patrick Mackinaws
the best styles I