The Klamath news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1923-1942, August 26, 1927, Page 18, Image 18

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    FRIDAY. AUGUST 2(5, 1927.
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Stone's Store are. Un
der Leadership of
' Experienced Mercan
tile Dealers
Stone's Cash Stores, Inc.,
at a Imiit t lin lain jtair
ship of men who have been
'dealing with the public in
one capacity or' another for
.' F. J.' Stone, who is presi-,
ident of the corporation, was
originally . in the general
mercantile business in Ida
ho. Later ho became inter
ested in a' bank' and ' for
eight years -carried on this
line of work. He is the, fath
er of R. L. and O. L. Stone,
ether officers and members
'of the firm. T
The position of secretary and .
treasurer is filled by O. L. Stone.
'His duties Include all" depart
ments ot accounting and finance
and are many fold and numer
ous. O. L. Stone started In;
with the present corporation '
three years ago. After a year'
nod a half in Klamath Falls he
left Stone's Cash store and vent!
to Bend, where he opened a store '
which was to form a link In an
other chain of grocery stores.
.Soon after the Bend store was
opened O. L. Stone was joined
by his father. F. J. Stone and
they opened stores in The Dalles.
Pendleton. LaGrande and Walla.
' 'In October of 1926 the two
Stone chain ot grocery stores
consolidated, making one big cor
poration. R. L. Stone is the, vice presi
dent and general manager ot the
present organisation. It was he
'Who started the Susauville store
four years ago with almost no
capital and with a one man force,
himself that man. The' present
outgrowth ot that first store em-'
ploys around 300 men and the
capital involved Is many times
'greater than the original sum. .
L. B. Henrie, who started in
Snsanville. is merchandising man-
ager for the Stono chain. Henrie
also Installed and managed the
Marshfteld district .Iniv. mm woll
as acting as manager for the
baBaoville store. It is his busi
ness to see that merchandise in
nil stores Is sold at the right
i price. If the local manager is
Inclined to overcharge on some,,
things Mr. Henrie straightens the
matter out and makes the price
more in keeping with Stone's
' policy.
F. F. King Is general super
Tlxor for Stone's organiratinn and
In considered by them to be the
most thorough groceryman in
their institution. Before coming
with Stone's Mr. King was for
ten years employed by another
: large chain grocery organization.
In fact he and R. 1.. Stone worked
together for this same company
for years.
I . J. T. Welch, is supervisor and
has been written up more fully
In another place in this same
special, as ho is directly connect
ed with the development of the
Klamath Falls stores.
. A. Bartlett, the market sup-
orvisor. Is a meat merchant of
: many years experience who has
. been with Stone's for two years.
It waa he who opened the first
market at 423 Main street. Mr.
( Bartlett 's hobby is "good meats"
and he will not allow anything
but the best In any of Stone's
meat markets.
City 3 Growth Brings
. Another Food Store
"We are opening another store
In Klamath Fulls becuune we be
lieve that - the unprecedented
growth ot this city Is to be sus
tained." - This whs the announcement
yesterday by H. I.. Stone, vice
president of his company.
'We represent but another In
the merchandising field which h;:s
.absolute faith in Klamath Kails,"
he anld. "
' The short Hussar Jacket will
lie popular this tall with collars,
mfffl Bn.l mAna milliniwl in nu-
i trakun or other fur.
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-Raglan sleeves, with the bnck
yoke cut In one with them, give
A sew line to a new smart fall
coat of green tweed, ' . . ,
Stone's uve you the pennies
Jlut make the dollar.
Fresh Eruits
and -Vegetables
( Stone's buy nothing but the best in fresh
, fruits and vegetables. :.
The best is none too good for our customers.
We carry the most complete stock in town, and our
big volume indicates that our price is right.
We are Headquarters for
Fresh Fruits
49 lbs., $2.15
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hi $.: g ;$
and Recommended by
Pure Fruit
A Relief to the Housewife and
a Delight to the Kiddies.
Ask for Kerr's
$8.48 '"ii