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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 30, 1921)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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Suits, Overcoats, Mackinaws, Leather Vests, Sweaters Take Advantage of
the Sweeping Reductions We Are Making on Men's Fine Clothing.
- Styles that You Need Right Now.
Clearaice Sale tf Neis Ym SU
Every suit in the store goes on tale at
the following reductions. All new, up-to-the-minute
styles and fabrics makes that
you know arc the best
All $20.00 Suits now $ 9.85
All $22.50 Suits now $12.35
All $25.00 Suits now $14.85
All $30.00 Suits now. $19.85
All $35.00 Suits now $24.85
All $40.00 Suits now $29.85
All $45.00 Suits now .$34.85
All $50.00 Suits now $39.85
All $55.00 Suits now $44.85
All $60.00 Suits now $49.85
All $65.00 Suits now $54.85
All $70.00 Suits now $59.85
All $75.00 Suits now $64.85
All $80.00 Suits now ,$69.85
No alterations made at these price reductions.
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All Leather Ovcrctats j Regilar Price
All $25.00 Overcoats now $16.65
All $30.00 Overcoats now $20.00
All $35.00 Overcoats now $23.35
All $40.00 Overcoats now. $26.65
All $45.00 Overcoats now $30.00
All $50.00 Overcoats now $33.35
All $55.00 Overcoats now $36.65
All $60.00 Overcoats now $40.00
All $65.00 Overcoats now $43.35
All $70.00 Overcoats now $46.65
All $75.00 Overcoats now $50.00
All $80.00 Overcoats now $53.35
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15; Reduction on all Wool Shirts.
January Clearance Sales at - K. K. K. Store - Leading Clothiers
15 Reduction on all Men's Logger and
25' , Reduction on all Mackinaws. t
One special lot of Mackinaws at $9.85.
25' , Reduction on all Leather Vests.
15', Reduction on all Sweaters.
One special lot of Jersey and heavy Sweat
ers at Half Price.
Special lot of Men's heavy Glastonbury nil
Wool Shirts and Drawers at $1.50.
Men's Sheep-Lined Coats at Va the regular
EXTRA SPECIAL On Men's heavy Win
ter Weight Shirts at $1.25.
You know the kind of Merchandise this
store carries, so if you need any Clothing
tnke advantage of these prices, for they
arc genuine Bargains.
Mlu Agnes McCoralck returned
thU morning to Conrallla and will
continue ber itudlea at the gricultur
al college at tbe opening of the new
Mr. J. L. Beckley left tbli mom
Ins for Oakland, California where
tbe will visit for the neit four or
T.& Vanlce. of the Golden Role
lore, haa gone to Portland, where
be win spend several days buying
C. feCraron, who baa been here
OTer the nolldayi. left thli morning
for Corraltli where be li attending
O. A. C.
J. F. Mackey, who baa been at the
White Pelican hotel for the pait few
dart, left tbli morning for Slsson
, T. W. Price left this morning for
Oakland, California after a brief Tlilt
Ernost Miller la apendlng tbe boll'
dan with hi relative and friend
here. Mr. Miller I a freshman at O,
William Tim, who (pent Christ
mas In California with hi family,
returned last nlgbt bringing hi wife
and children with blm.
Leslie Rogers, raihler of tbe First
National bank. It confined to his
home with a (light Itlneii thl week.
Miss Florence Porter, who Is em
ployed In the Pelican Bay lumber
company office. Is back at work after
several days Illness.
Charles Drew, who operates a
ranch near the Lost river dam, was
a county aeat visitor yesterday when
he came In after tapplles.
!Mlss Grace Elliott hat returned
from Newberg, where the spent
Christmas with ber parent. Miss El
liott Is stenographer for tbe Klamath-Lake
Counties Forest Fire asso
ciation. Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Keller were In
town over night from their large
stock ranch In Langell valley, leav
ing about z o'clock tblt afternoon on
Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Nine are city
visitor! this week-end from tbelr
soma In Swan lake Taller.
Harold Gray, one of tbe proprie
tor of the West End Grocery com.
pany haa returned from Medford
where he ttpent Christmas with bis
The children were all doubted up In
With pains In their tummies and
aches In their heads
Mamma heated water, while I, In my
Was walking tbe kid (who Is not a
When out In the street tbero arose a
And "I put down the kid to see what
was the matter;
Rushed out In the entry, threw the
door open wide.
And found an old gentleman stsndlng
I looked at blm cicely, and reallied
Twaa the doctor I'd sent for that
morning at ten.
He we dressed In an ulster, to keep
him from chilli.
And hit pockets were bulging with
boxes of pills.
He came to the nursery and opened
Full of fresh paregoric and strong
Ilbubtrb and soda-mints, tine castor
And pink sticking-plaster, rolled up
In a colt.
Tbe children all howled In a chorus
And the kid lifted up bis contralto
He felt all their pulses and looked
at their tongues.
Took all their temperatures, sounded
When he'd dosed all the children and
silenced tbe kid.
He put back bis medicine, do-vn the
Jumped Into bis cab, and said to the
(In excellent humor he'd Jrst made
"I'm twelve hours behind my ap
pointment. I fear.
Hut I wish It was Christmas each
day In the year."
PORTLAND. Dee. JO. Cattle
(low. Hogs and sheep steady. I
Egg, alow and weak, flutter un-j
LOST Illooifstono man's""rlng be
tween Illg Lake Hot, Ob and See
horn wood yard, "f 3.00' reward If re
turned to thl office. 30.31
FOK RENT House C large rooms
and sleeping porch. Partly furnish
ed. Inquire 40 8. Riverside. Phono
87W. f 30.J
J -(OKt:i) HIOli H.1I.K
fK :u, at rnu.ir MAiiKirr.
There will be n varied supply of
cooked food by the Catholic ladles
for sale tomorrow a( tho Public
Dad Ogle makes and rriwlfit furnl-i FOR RENT Two or thrro-room
(tire Home furnlturn for sale. 733 furnished apartment IStO Pine
10th HI 30.3 atrrel or pho.-)3 1 3 1 30-7
Owner leaving offers bargain In
Young lady wlshm office work
oml unrlshi lilinfl. f!all 711 f?ini.
30.3' mnrrui HI near Mb. ?
Lyceum Hall. ror. alii & lllgh. well poi-NI -A fountain pen between FOR HAI.C Roll top desk, rnuntnr
suited for select parties. III lo rrnt- Ob nnd Mh strcota on Main Owner, shelving bureau, chair, 'small
ea ai nominal prices, Api'iy 10 ji may liavn samo by calling at Herald round metal lop Utile, bed. springs
Motschenbachcr, I'bono 556W, or on office and describing tho property ineltmavsi. o'.c Inquire Phil Uanlm
promises. ju-ii ' 30.31 McDonald Tool 'OY
xettct: for rrm.ic.iTiov
DEPARTMENT OF TirE INTERIOR.
N'ot en land
U R. Land Office at Laknvlow.
Oreeon. Dee. 57. 1921
NOTlf3 Is hereby given tat Oer
tmde West, whose post-offlen art
rtrs Is Klamsth Agener Orrn
did. on (be 23rd dr of Mv. 121
fll. In thl office Hworn Statement
and Ar"llctlon. No. 011730 to mir.
. the Rtf NEV. NWV. NEU
VF SWU ectlon 15 Townshln 3
S. Rr"s:e 12 E. Willamette Mrldln.
and the" timber thereon, under tho
provisions of the act of June 3, 17
tft sets amendatory known as too
"Timber and Stone Law" at sn'h
value as mlrht be fixed hv annralse
r"nt, and that, pursuant to sueh an
nllratlon the land and IHher there
on hav been unnralaed. Rven Hun
dred Nlneiv Dollars, the tlmhr e.
tltrc'od S0 V hoard fe rl no
n' M. and the Wnrf IKO.ftft: that
aid annllrant will offer final proof
In stinrort of hla snnlleHnn orn
worn statement on the Uth dav of
Mireh. 122 before Rert C Tiio-ne"
tr R Commissioner, at Klamath
'Anr nersnn l at llhertv to protest
this purchase before entry, or Jnltl
ate n contest at nr time hnfore
nalnt Issues, h" "tine e corroborat
ed nffM-rlt In this office, altering
f which would Hfet lb entrv
Nnt' will h puM'shed 'or nl""
ennseeiitlte weeks in the Klamath
F r. 7.IOIIT. Register.
D 30 J S-13.20-27 F 3-10-17,24
End of the Year Sale
Every Garment in the House re-priced, in
many instances AT LESS THAN ONE
HALF former price.
Regardless of being originally priced for
less than you could buy them elsewhere.
Every Garment is included ,even the late
arrivals that were purchased for holiday
This is an Opportunity to Buy
Your Coat, Dress, Suit, Skirt, Blouse, Furs,
Hats, Silk Underwear, Petticoats, all of the
Latest and Best Makes, for less than cost
of the material.
THB MOST ASTER CHRISTMAS
BY P. FAMILIAR.
Orlfltsvally FaMlshed by life.
Twa ta) night attar Christmas, and
II throats the flat,
Rvery ereatara wa wide-awake
barring the. catj
The stockist .wars flung In a haap
I on a chair,
QUe.-empty of candy St. Kick bad
24 Rounds - BOXING - 24 Rounds
At McDould's Hill, Dec. 30
MAIN EVENT SIX ROUNDS
RAM RITCHIE, RUmalh J"Nls vs. JACK DOWNEY, Ban Francisco
SPECIAL EVENT-SIX ROUNDS
KID HARftl.NOTOK, CfcUoqnla yi. KID VINCKKT, Saai Francisco
PRELIMINARIES FOUR ROUNDS EACH
BOB ALLEN vs. YODNQ RITCJHE
SAILOR HALL vs. SAILOR CHILDERfl
YeilNG FITZBTMMbN vs. "TVFFY" ANDERSON
At the Old Popular Prices
Gen. Adm. $1.10 Ringside $2.20
Twentyfire Silk Jersey Petticoat at SI Ql
Twsi-ty Wool Jersey Coats at Q QC
Tmi Plush CoaU with Astrakan Shawl Collar, Trimmed Cuffs t 1 Cf ff
n4 Bottom for j) J JUU
Thirty Dresses Silk., VelveU, AllWool Serges, beautifully 0 f fr
trinimed, Value up to $25.00 jh J leSJO
Twenty Evening Gowns, Specially priced at n I Q Q
HUNDREDS J)F OTHER BARGAINS EQUALLYIAS GOOD
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