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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 8, 1921)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
- Mr. and Mm. W. J, Stolnmcti,
prominent rcildentaof this cltr. will
Ifava flundur morning- for a pleasure
trip 'to caitren points. They txpect
to lio own)' (or thrro month vlaltlng
with ralatlvct nnd friend In Chicago,
Knnaaa City and In Funk, Ncbrntka.
Mayor Wlldon fl. Wlloy Is confined
at hit homo today by a slight Illness.
Mr, and Mrs. D. O. HarroUon, ho
havo made many friends In the ,fow
months they hare boon hero, left ihli
morulnc for their homo In San Krnrv
cluu. Mr. Harrolion, who Is a mem
, her of tho Diincanion-llarrctson con
struction company, of San Franclnco,
was In charge of a great part of thi
contract work on tho California-Oregon
I'owcr company's dam on I.lnV
Fred Murphey, ut tho Murphc
Feed Store, left on the morning trail'
for tho south where he expects t
innko an Indefinite lslt.
Mrs. I.ucy Haymond spent yestcr
ilsy at the court house tor the pur-'
poso of tiling on homestead lands
Al. U. Short, general manager of
the Whlto Pelican hotel, returned to
San Francisco this morning after stiv
ers! days spent hero looking after
business connected with the hotel.
Mrs. J. W. Ledden returned to
Sacramento this morning after a
brief visit here with her son, 11. W.
Kendorson, and family.
Miss Fern Leerer Is a visitor here
this week from Fort Klamath.
Paul B. McKee, vice-president of
the California-Oregon Tower com
pany, la here from Medtord on com
J. I. Chapman arrived hero last
night from Eugene and It attending
to business matters for tho firm of
Tttfney & Coke. Mr. Chapman, who
Is an ex-player on tho University of
Oregon football ttcatn, brlami tho
nuwH that Oregon's team loavfs;Mon
day for Hawaii, where fl will play
football wlth.tho Islanders on Christ
mas. J i
It. V. Km nnd family ero county
scat visitors, yesterday from their
lovely yrnncli homo In tho Tlovna
Mriull. O.tHptuk, uccompnnletl by
Mr. and Mrs. Jack VeUIro, ramiiMnto
(own yesterday from Spring creek on
n Christmas shopping trip.
. Mr. nnd Mrs. James Urlscott drove
to My yesterday for a few days visit
with relatives. They were accom
panied by Mrs. K. T. ,(tlvan, who has
been In Klamath Fall for tho past
M. A. Dobbin and Kenrgn II. Smith
of Kugene, arrived on Inst night's
train and are looking after business
matters here today,
C. K. Scott la a Klamath Falls visit
or from San Frsnclco this week. Mr
s reglsteted at tho White I'ellcal bo
O. It. Anderson Is u huvlncn visit
or here today from San Krnuclsci
who la stopping at the White Pelican
Mr. and Mrs. A. W, MUon. reached
this city yesterday from llend after
a very strenuous trip through by car.
Mrs. A. K. Ulchter lelt en the
morning train for southern California
where she will vMt for several
Isaac Lop Is a county seat visitor
from, his ranch home at Mslln.
A. C. Johnson arrived here ) ester
day afternoon from Chlloquln and Is
attending to business affairs today.
Oil Savage la a county seal visitor
this week from Fort Klamath
Recent arrivals at the Arcade ho
tel are: Mr. and Mrs, Itay Mohler, of
Asteria: A. Myers and J R. Radrllft
of Merrill: I.. Swltter. of Hornbrcok
0. (I. King, of Portland; A..l(. Wood,
ot'Spokanc; II, F. Copcland,' of Mac
duel; nnd Itulaml Turner, of titrnw,
Tom Sharkey, who Is to box hero
this week," "arrived last night from
1). F. Ihtxcow came Into tol Inst
night from his ranch nenr llomuiia.
the Regular Army and. tho National
Tho Organised Reserves are tho
third component of tho Army of 'the
Tho Regular Army and the Nation
al (luard may ba employed separately
or together In minor and In mnjpr
emergencies, but tho Orgaulied ,He
servos constitute purely a war force
nnd can bo employed only In the
... ...... ....... event of a national emergency declar-
KLAMATH GIVEN POST,, -i congress.
Ouo of tho Important features In
ivi'unrvuim wun inn nn rvnrrTn
Mattery "IV, Heavy Artillery,
signed to Thli (lly
I movement Is to provldn for tho mob
itlltatlon of units In time of national
. emergency rather than of Individuals
.... ., ,,.. as was thk eNso In tho late war..
In tho organliatlon of tho !th 3 Plans recently approved by the
division, organlicd reserxe, Klam iVir Department provide for tho or-
ath Falls has beeu assigned to hat- gniilintloii of three divisions and cer-
tery D. 413th regiment. lSBnim. "J1" lc,,r',f' Arm' i"n "' " q,i,rT
,. ,. .... . , of the Organlicd Reserves In the
Howltier (heavy artillery). It was NHtn (.orl, ArMi T ConMI Awi
announced from division head-: I'limmnnder Is charged with' tho exo
... ....... ... ......
VU1IUI1 III Illl'flU iMIII..
aiiarterm at Portland
This battery wilt consist of four , Th throdll.lon
officers and 144 enlisted men.
Whether this assignment has been
approved by the commanding gen
eral, ninth conn area, Is not as
yet known, but It Is expected that
the allocations of units of corps
trmy and H. II. Q- troops soon will
bn annunnred from corps head
quarters at San Francisco.
In announcing tho allocation of
units, the purposes of the organ
ised reserves Is stated as follows'
1. Tho military policy provided
for by Congress contemplates the or
ganliatlon of our military forces Into
one harmonious, well-balanced, and
effective Army, tho Army of tho
United States, consisting of tho Reg
ular Army, the National Ousrd when
In thn service of the United States,
and Organlicd Reserves. Including,
tho Officer's Reserve Corps and the I
Knitted Reserve Corps.
S The mission of the Organlicd,
Reserves Is to provide a trained, or
ganlred. and balanced force which
may be readily expanded and devel
oped Into an adequate war rompenent
oi ins rmy or tno united Stales to
Mat, th and 104th. Tho 91st Di
vision Is" to lie ofganU'edMn Califor
nia with1 headqimrtera at Han Fran
cisco, thnlKth Divisional" Washing
ton. Oregon and Alaska with head
quarlera.at Portland, Iho 104lh Di
vision In Montana, Idaho, Wyoming.
Utah and Nuvnda with headquarters
at Suit l.akn City.
BOOST LOCAL THEATRE
men announced In a local hotel this
.morning. ' The salesmen said that
they werogojiig 16 tho theatre to
night toWar'the'liow Unit liaTwoulii
bn sprung at It was lbebest'vahlo"-'
vllio they had heard this year.
Haleamen IKrlnro They VaM ft
Klacnhcre. for Harao Hhow
For Mother and Dad.
Perkins Furnlturn House.
J.' ti-H.LH ll.U-l-l
wati;h t'HF.im klamath iiiiiiim.
, TION IHrJTHHJT
Mooting of nil Wdllir users will bo
4taMn.Co4mcll.Cuaiiihnr,at City Hull
Klamath Falls, Halurdny, Iter, 10th,
at 3 P. M to lukn nrtlon regarding
nxresslvij water Iniatlim, All water
users, urged to attend, Hy order
Wkjter Users Commllten.
CIIAWIiKH WOOD Klllllll.lilN.
.. j.i i -i... - '
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IT. nein TUCCr DDItTQ THF.N HUT
ICAV inidb a nivM ..... -
"Tlio Strand theatre last night pre
sented vaudeville, In ails by Hud
Iloyd, In his moonshine comedy mon
ologue, and ;io stuhler-Fajrtolle
sketch, which wo paid fl In Seattle
and Vancouver. II. 0., to hear, yet IX
here we heard It at popular t
prices," Harry Taylor, John Hender
son and Raipa un.s. traveling sales-
vvvvvvtivvMMvMWVvsv saAsiamsaw m 'af
I meet any major emergency reqlrln
' tho uso of troops In excess of tlmi.i of i.
Buy Gifts Early
flu? ciuiioryou buy, tho better we like it; and the
earlier you buy, the better your selection. If you
tlelav too Ions in sending your gifts your friends
will think you have forgotten them. Buy early and
you will be asked the lowest price, too.
WvTaAr1ATH TAIXS OREGON mS I
WMeajf, avumCULAJV KOLK
UV THtlW ORUOB
iuiTj-rijij-Lnj-Li.iin.n rnrir ii'i --.-....--
Citrus Washing Powder
Star Naptha Powder, small
While Uundry Soap . ,.
Hlk Laundry Soap
Mascot Uundry Soap
Pears. Vs , ;
Peaches, Yellow Clings, H s
Peaches. Free, Stt'a
Pineapple, sliced, I's
Pineapple; sliced, J'a
Pineapple, sliced, SK's .
The slora Is filled with bargains
Try us once,
. . Hc
10 for turn
11 for ll.oo
it for t. oo
31 lor fl.oo
per dot 91.00
per doi. 94.tO
per dul, 13.76
per dot, 9U.no
per dot, IJ.Jf.
per dim. 14. tu
We will have all your trade alter that
Klamath Cash Grocery
717 M.ln Sir PhotUS 420 I
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Hhell or oM " ' K" "'fT'" "'
Frame " lUmlcaa with Ikiwa
FINAL DRIVE TO MEET CREDITORS' DEMANDS
We will not stop to consider cost nor value, but will offer our fine and high-grade merchandise to the public at such
sacrificed and hammered-down prices that must result in preventing any possible failure in raising the MONEY THAT WE
MUST HAVE. COME READY TO MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS AND TO BUY.
EVERY SILK 'GARMENT,
Women's and Mis:'
Underwear at Cut Prices
Several hundred Women'i
gettes, Crepes, in blacks ai
dresses are distributed ant
meet creditors' demands,
mands these dresses will
Evening Gowns in fancy colors
ami' fancy shades, values up to
H5.00, at $19.95
Women's Jersey Silk Petticoats,
Creditors' Sale Price....l .95
Women's and Misses' Jersey
Sport Coats in black and colors,
Creditors' Sale Price..t34Qg
DRESSES AND GOWNS THAT SOLD UP TO
$125.00, embracing the cream of the creations in
finest oilks and batins; choicest
weaves, and the pick of best
makes. Creditors Sale Pric
or ine creations in
YOUR PICK OF ANY COAT IN OUR STORE
that sold up to' $175.00 Includes the very fine
materials and those trimmed.
with costly furs. Highest
Creditors' Sale at
aes ine wry iinew
AVfjol Coats in Velours, Polo.
Many fur trimmed nnd em
Your pick of Women's plain and
novelty wool skirts, values up to
$9. Creditors' sale price$4,95
Highest Grades Tailored Suits, Finest Materials, FurVimmed. Values up to $150.00 Creditors dQ Kfl
Sale Price Your pick at W'3U
Women Beautiful Suits, in Tricotines, Poiret Twills, Broadcloths. Values up to $75.00. Cred- QQ QQ
itors' Sale Price. YOUR CHOICE at ,...', VOO.O O
Women's and Misses high-grade Suits, in Broadcloths, Tricotines, Serges. Values up to $49.50, 1 Q QC
Creditors' Sale Price YOUR CHOICE .C..,, , .:..;..:... Pl7.JO
Splendid grades of Jerseys, Serges, Sport Suits, $25.0d' value. Choice $15.00'
Special lot of Fine SuiU, values up to $22.00. YOUR CHOICE $12.50
Every Dresn and Gown in the
house, including original values
to .$125.00, at $59.50
Choice highest grade silk and
wool skirts, value to $30.00.
Creditors' Sale Price, $12.95
Silk and Satin Dresses. Credit
ors' Sale Price, choice..Cg5
, I MFReMi L A VOGUE
Women's and Misses' Plush
Coats, trimmed with Chincilla
cloth. Choice at $15.00
GREAT MILLINERY EVENT
Two lo Three Hats fbi the Price of One
Special Stitched Felt Hats in colors at $2.50 I
Fine and Stylish Trimmed Hats, values up $9.50.
YOUR CHOICE at $3.95
Your choice of any Trimmed Hats, originally sold
up to $15.00, at $5.95
Choice of 'any Hat in the house that sold up to
$30.00, will go at ..$10 95
Every Suit in the house, original
values upto $150, at $59,50
All wool Suits of new models,
White Voile ' Waists, regularly
priced at $3.50 95c