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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 3, 1922)
NOT IIIM IIOHH MY IT WITH VlAiWKtlH
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lim." 'FOR IIKNT- Klirnliiliail room In
La Vogue Stores
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White building, prlvalo hath mid
lliuntliireil llm otlinr.
ileum hunt II. K, Hmltli Itenlty com
puny, fil 7 Main 3-4-n
"WiiiiI," rnplled (ho Jiiryiiiini.i
I iimiiiiii io roiiuiei or lIllleiIKe, "
! wim hired hy Hint guy over thnrc'"
Must SiufQQ009 SumusSroa
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feller itnvo it lllllo i;lrl Iweul) cent.
nflnr henrlnit Iter aim; I ho prlro of
gasoline, wont up a tout n cnllnn.
tbATS-SUITS- DESSES-MlLUNERy- FURS.
The Office Cat
"I'eritonnlly, I ilmi't linllnvo KroiurM
ivcr put niiihI In lliulr sugar."
"Tlmy don't Ihivh (o arou tul linrn,"
unsworn! old Mr I'ullurliy
"What wllli imlyiiiDlilli'it nn' linn
thing mi iinollior xlppln through
lilKKoritvllln from niinnlp to ilurli, all
a Itrnritryyiiintr gi.ttn do Id lo leimi
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ko Irf Hundiy rlchool.nmt church lo
morrow Attn Hoy Thru you won't
ho nilmincil lo look nt youriuilf In llm
giant, Tlmrv'N nn old mw what snyii
"Kary dux hii lilx dny," nml adjust
your rpnctnilm nud mail thin lllllo
nlory frnm ImMunoi'iill.''
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Iho plan), n local nicivlu liounc, tlio
rglrl. n largo robust nilildln aged hoiii-
Ittmtilnf; up In nun of llm tinhorn
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"Buy, hoy, I left my husband In horn
while I fl shopping. Our car leaves
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I Ri'l him'"
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. henr n word lin said.
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hint?" nh ii asked
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, Mild "Do to It "
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tie tnrtli'(l llm quiet ntidlenre.
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toard lint front lumped nn though
; shot, bolted up the nlslo, appeared
In llm foyer mid meekly ran In thti
wake of lltn rutiimt wnniun who wm
rapidly mnkliiK Irnrka for the Inter.
. tirhan alntlon
I.OHT On Main Hi . In front of
where llm Houston opera limine
nloiid, nn open fared. gold wnlch.
with wild chnln, lo which Ik attached
a door key. Watch In n kerpnuke Mull
ly prlred mid If (he p. mini who
found II will return II in me. It will
hn appreciated and I'll pay a re
ward. N J Chapman. Sill Wlltlln
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VANTi:i - Woman for general
rliiiiinnwcirk, 4 in WanhliiKtiiu HI.
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I'Iioik, 1M0M or I7KJ 3-r.
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KOfttl cnndlilin Mra II I' Crnhhu.
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ni opinim itoomj. 3
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Jiul olio unhroken period of mlnery
on account of llm awful Buffering I
einliireii from atoiuiich trouhle, hut I
hiilleo I nm llm hnppleat woman In
town now nine,, Taiilnc rentorod mo le
health," Nnld Mr. Kranc(s K. Lynch,
OKI I Klileimlli Avu., N. K. Heattle,
"I wn confined to my tied for
morn Hum half llm time, mid al
thotiKli I tried evcrythlnR under Iho
huh I knew of or nvor heard about,
It wan no une. I had forRotten what
a kooiI lilKht' alenp wn like, couldn't
retain nnylhliiK on my itomach, and
I lived for week on not hi it k hut
"I have a nplundld appetite now
nml eat IhltiK that for years I didn't
dnro lo touch. I never huvo u traro of
IndlRi'Ktlnn mid nm feeling Junt like
u dlfforotil pnrnon; Huch romill n I
linvu received from Taiilnc arounouKh
it iiiiiko miyiiou)' niiiix
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are (old hy druReliU ovorynharn,-Adv.
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THII ClVIIOVH .MOITtl
"I.lfn ain't In holdlir n rood hand, J
hut In pa)ln' n poro hand we4l.
I'lumher nvu It on copper- It "n
Imp In uln,i n fnttl lllnll mill ittin M
pnrlPil oiim lo honor-
. HM..IM (!
j ni trull in iiiu 1,11111, t i"
fti If IC J "ru'l'Ultr nmrliln tllrrrt our root
. I If tyv jk lT"i I" "'0 acrno of tliclr long
jfj nicep; ijri i ne romeim riiiii rt
(x-nl their name ami 111 whrra ro
poe the nnlily cod nml wle.
Klamath Falls Marble
and Granite Works
1040 Main St. Klamath Falls
Tin's acknowledgment of n courtesy or service
is somehow the satisfactory end of a transaction.
Both parties arc pleased and the relations of the
moment, however unimportant, arc more hap
There is no occasion when an effort made for
the comfort or convenience of others is not
worth a "thank you.'
In the daily routine of telephone operations,
where the saving of time is the great considera
tion, the opportunity of expressing an apprecia
tion of a service rendered seldom arises.
But .remember that the telephone operator is
human. Courtesy to her means more cheerful
ness in her work. It will be reflected in your
IPI .9L n
The Pacific Telephone
An4 .Telegraph Company
fur fCU'?! VA
Starting Tuesday, January 3rd,
at 9 A. ML, La Vogue will turn
loose on selling
ALL SURPLUS STOCKS
Greater part of all surplus stocks arc grouped in Big Lots Includes Coats, Suits,
Dresses, Skirts, Furs and Hats.
$50,000.00 worth of good merchandise to be sold at a fraction of the original price.
An Avalanche of Bargains
Awaits Shrewd Buyers
All goods marked down with one Big Idea and purpose, and that is to unload
make a clean sweep sell surplus stocks and shape all La Vogue stocks and stores
to fit the New Policies adopted by La Vogue management with the beginning of
the New Year.
By making big efforts and sacrificing prices in the past two and a half months
taking big losses on merchandise, La Vogue has succeeded in meeting all demands
and also accumulated a handsome Cash Surplus. This cash, plus cash TO BE
RAISED DURING THIS SALE OF $50,003.00 surplus stocks will give Mr. M. I.
Blotcky HEAD OF LA VOGUE STORES WITH NEW BUYING HEADQUAR
TERS AT NEW YORK CITY a powerful Buying Leverage; .also making possible
full realization of an organization for La Vogue Stores to give Peerless service to
its customers, through its keen representatives at New York, 'the choicest, newest
creations in ready-to-wear garments and hats will be offered for sale at La Vogue
Stores quickly as possible at matchless cash low prices.
The Sales Manager of La Vogue Stores will see to the policy of NO TWO alike gar
ments or hats on sale at any one La Vogue Store giving La Vogue customers the
desired assurance of exclusive style and avoiding sameness or uniform like dress
by women and girls.
Complete list of interesting attractions as the outcome of new policies adopted for
the mutual benefit of La Vogue Stores, its old and new friends and cHustomers will
reach them by mail and through future announcement
La Vogue Business Management having given its Sales Manager full charge and
authority to dispose of aM surplus stocks in order to meet requirements of La Vogue
new policies the Sales Manager is making use of his power and simply ordered',.
all decks cleared of surplus stocks and in.tructed the sales ladies to sell, take the
money and forget all values and former prices.
He on hand early at this sale and you will realize how your dollars have grown in
purchasing power from two to three tiims in value.
Come and see what $1.00, $2.03, $3.00, $4.00, $5.00, $6.00, $7.50, $10.00, $15.00, .
$17.50, $22.50, $27.50, $35.00, $45.00, $50.00 and $75.00 will buy.
Your eyes will see the greatest values ever shown in Ready-to-Wear Garments, Hats
and Furs. All Surplus Stock must go NOW.
Don't fail to read the Herald Classified Ads.
MCMlCn rtOERAL RESERVE SYSTEM AN0 ASSOCIATED SAVIN 01 BANKS 0t SAN NUNCISSO
One Hundred and Eighth Half Yearly Report
The San Francisco Savings and Loan Society
(THE SAN FRANCISCO BANK)
526 CALIFORNIA STREET, SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA
DECEMBER 31st. 1921
United Stntca Donds nnd Notes, State, Munldpul nnd Other
Bonds (total value" J23.657.4I8.00) standing on books at.... J22.605.220.47
Loans on Real Estate, secured by first mortsi;es 40,017,269,97
Loans on Bonds and Stocks and other Securities 1,183,763.30
Stock In Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco 105,000.00
Bank Buildings nud Lots, main nnd brunch offices
(cost over J965,000.00), t tondins on books at 1.00
Other Real Estate (value J1J6.OOO.O0), stnrvJmu on books at 1.00
Employees' Pension Fund (value JJ71.75J.46) stanJinj on
books at , 1,00
Cash on hand and In Federal Reserve. Bank 7,034,017.83
LIABILITIES- Ttal ,7W,'m"
Hue Depositors J6S.20l.299.62
Capital Stock actually paid up , 1,000,000.09
Reserve and Contingent Funds 2,650,000 00
JOHN A. BUCK, President GEO. TOURNY. Vice-President and Manager
Subscribed and sworn to before me this Jlst day ol December, 1921
lRAL CHAS. F. DU1SENUERG, Notary Public.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
JOHN A. BUCK A. II. R. SCHMIDT U. N. VAN llfcHGUN
CIO. TOCHNY I. N. WALTIK HOM.KT DOLLAR
, -r 'E. T. KILi!iH HUGH GOODFLLLOW I.. A. CI1HIS.TCNSON
. " 'L, S. SHERMAN WALTUt A. HAAS
CCODI I LLOW, HITS, MOOnU & OR1UCK
Deposits made en or befire January 10th, 1922. will corn Interest from January 1st, 1922.
A Dividend of four and one-quarter (4Vi) per cent per annum was
declared for the six months ending December 31st, 1921.
NOTICB FOR 1'imi.lCATIO.V
Xot CoaI Land
IVpnrtmont of Iho Interior
U. S, Land Offlco at Lakevlow, Ore
gon, Dec. 3. 1921.
NOTICB Is horoby given that Ben
jamin II, Lewis, of lily, Oregon, who,
on June 1st, 1917, made Homestead
Entry. No, 010354, for WK8WU.
SBMSWK Sec. 28: NE14SEU. Sec
tion 29, Township 35S nnge 14 E.,
Willamette Meridian, has filed notlco
of Intention to make commutation
Proof, to establish claim to the land
abovo described, before J. O, Haruak
or, V. a. Commissioner, at Bonanza,
Oregon, on the 14th day of January,
Claimant names as witnesses: A.
L. Richardson. E. W. Whetstone, a.
S. Boyd, all of Illy, Oregon, Oeorgo
Elliott, of Bonanza, Oregon.
Notice wU bo published tor flvo
consecutive weeks In the Klamath
P. l LIGHT. Register.
D 6 13 20 27 J 3.
Federal Power Commisaion
In compllanco with the Federal
Water I'owor Act (41 Stat., 1063)
notice Is hereby given that the Fort .
Klamath Meadows Company, Klam
ath Falls, has tllod application cotp';
ing powor development on Anna
Creole approximately from tho south
nrn boundary of the Orator Lake Na
tional Park to a point In Section 25,
T. 32 8.,, R. 6 K W M, Any objec
tion to such application, or request
for a hearing thereon, together with ,
nny briefs, reports, or other data for
which consideration Is desired, should
he submitted to tho Executive Secre
tary, Federal Fewer Commission,
Washington, D. C.
N29 DO 13 2087 J 9 19 17,