The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, February 12, 1919, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS,' OREGON
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See Charles' 8. Hood, Klamath
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See Charles S Hood, Klamath
Agency, tor Indian gracing land and
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Shoe Prices and Leather
Why with some .commodities falling in
price we cannot escape the conclusion
that shoe prices will remain at least on
the present basis throughout the year.
The supply of cattle in the world, in ratio to population, has
greatly decreased during the war. There Is no surplus of hides,
skins, leather or shoes, and, in fact, n (shortage exists In a ma
jority of the European countries '
Packer hides In this country are extremely scarce, and practi
cally the same conditions apply to country hides. Other coun
tries appear willing to pay higher prices for South American and
other foreign hides than the United States government has fixed.
There Is no surplus of sole leather of good quality, and this
also applies to upper leather. Kldsklns are in short supply,
and evidently are going to advance In price
Cost of production, including labor, is higher than over before.
It would therefore seem that footwear
being in short supply the world over that
the present fair prices would continue.
No nation on the face of the globe gives
to its people for the equivalent of a
day's wage the value in footwear you
can get in America. Think this over
and get Shoe Service from
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NEW YOUK. Feb. 12. Hero are
Mrs. Clins, Muck culled on Mrs. E.
A, Scluclner Tuesday.
I Mr. and Mrs. W. VE. Folsom's
' dnughter from Calltorntu Is homo on
a'lsit.
Mr. and Mrs. Olcn Stcemau and
daughter Clco spent Thursday wlthitho specifications for n perfect worn-
-ir, una airs, rruiiK oiun.tn. , "ii, as urui'ii uiiun uj iiunntu imnu-
lcr Chilstle, l'onryhn Stnnlnw and
('lIANfiK IX AHKANGHMKNTS Harrison Fisher, who pick the prlz.j
Ihtauty of Now York at the Chu Chin
nwlnfr In Ihn r)pninil fur snntn nn'i .,, ,
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f.i"l"v .v".. .1-7. " "". Note A pug nose will ruin the
wishes to announce that on these two 'hame? of a woman with tho body
evonlngs children cannot bo admitted of a Venus Christie docluies. Tho
on the parents' tickets, as heretofore. npso i,n,y bo Roman or Greek or any
but will havo an opportunity at each nccoptc 8tyic, but It must not
matinee on Saturday and Sunday to ,i,j
take advantage of this privilege, as a P"S or hooked.
child under 13 years of age will bo Chin Strength Is required In tho
nil tnntlnnpa and oven In r nerform- rumin(MA .inn.th rei.n Hnri!l
anccs except Saturday and Sunday ,, w, . muglcPf tho jm)g0s
nisni. uniiaren win see me so mo i
show, complete, as would be seen in Breo. j
the evnlng, and gives tho grown-ups r-es inoy must nave mo wsior
a. better chance for seats. In addt- of intelligence.
tion, a special comedy for children'' Har Tnci anj lustrous any
will bo shown every Saturday mat- .,,.,,... ,,, ,. ,. il
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CORRECTION
. Through ah error in the office of The Herald, the fol
lowing appeared in the advertisement of K. Sugarman
yesterday.
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Head It must sit with dignity on
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Torso The artists agreed tbai fac
ial beauty alone would uot make a
Do Not Discard Your Broken
Castings
We have with us Mr. Carl Schu- w,nn,c' fnTm' fTl?
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bert, who has .lust returned from tho
or otherwise will bo counted In tho
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servlco of the United States, with new score, Stanlaws declared.
and. up-to-date, methods in acetylene. Limbs (legs J They must not be
welding. Mr. Schubert has an A-l too long nor too short for the body.
classification from tho war depart ,-,, .,, .. - .,,.
ment. so that in soliciting your work , Th ".!! '"". fc
for her body and her head either too
I small or large. She won't do," 5ntd
Christie.
"Her nose may be pug, her hair
thick and lustrous, her chin woa,
..j. , .. . ... .. but her body perfect. She won't do.
L,nuiva ui lue )?uv.itru iioai i K,,ia;
we feel wo can guarantee satisfac
tion. Give us a trial.
CENTRAL GARAGE,
12-61 422 Klamath Ave
ANNOUNCEMENT
Any Mackinaw in housed 7 QCt
sizes 36 to 44 ' 'VU
One to a customer
$3.00
Any Silk Shirt
Only one to a customer
LEATHER FACED CANVAS
GLOVES
Regular 40c pair. Limit
2 pair to customer
CANVAS GLOVES,
Regular 20c per pair; 4
pair to a customer ... ..
25c
a pair
30c
rish are requested to meet at the As
sembly room tonight at 7.30
DANCE
OPERA HOUSE
TONIGHT
Music by our Famous
Jazz Orchestra
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TO BE BEAUTIFUL
Every Woman Owes It to Herself to Look Her Best
The drug store can help any woman, to improve
her looks. Nowadays appearances do not de
pend upon dangerous cosmetics as much as the
sensible use of reliable complexion helps.
We sell, all kinds of good cokj creams, complex
ion creams, . massage creams, etc. Nyal's Face
Cream is one of the best. A greaseless cream with
just a little perexide: Hundreds of women in
Klamath Falls use it, and sing its praise. 25c and "
50c jars.
We have everything for the teeth; everything
for the hair; everything for the hands and nails.
If you want to look your best, take pains with
all these things, and let us show, you what we have
that will help. .
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WfV KLAMATH FALLS OREtiONTOni
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WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE
"We will look for a woman who
may he tall or-short but whose ltmus
fit the length of her body, whoso
head sits with dignity, whoso noso
fits her facial composition, whoso
eyes have life and above all, uhoso
face radiates in telllgence." I
Fenry.hn Stanlaws said: '
"A woman may win the golden
apple even If her face Is not so beaut
iful as some other. We will natch
for a woman who combines grace and
beauty and poise, carriage and move
ments when walking and dancing."
"There will be many beautiful
women at the ball," said Harrison
Fisher. "Of course they may be of all
sizes and shapes and the selection of
p. queen of beauty will be difficult.
Facial beauty alone docs not make
winner."
The prices indicated for Mackinaws aand Silk Shirts
were only for a thirty-minute special last Saturday even
ing, and should not have been republished again. The
mistake is the Herald's, and Mr. Sugarman is in no way
to blame for it
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
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of suspicion. I Boo Charles S. Hood, Kli-uith
We read from the llershoes of He-, Agency, the real estate nK'i ll
views: ''They will bo higher yot" ( will write your contracts nml iher
whatevor that means. , logat pupern. IM(
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FOB SALE On H. D. Falrolo ranch, thank you for tho timely aid, Infinite ,and If you can't find n pair out of Tho tlormun loctloiiH show that
9 miles from Klamath Fulls, 17 B!mal tho It was. j that bunch, tho truth ain't no good to bolshevlstn'n weakest spot In tho lial-
tons second cutting hoy, $12 per ton; Tm,MW , .n1 .. nf i,i you anyway. Wo can rosol your dla- lot box. Washington Post.
her lover and the birth stone. I mond or Put ,n a "cw mounting; fix
I a ur h Hon', v.h -... .,, yur walc"' u? wo nv" mnio una ie- ,
.,,,......., ,..., """'---" male ticks, if your wnich won t run .ISaisiBv
FOR SAIE Improved farm. 13,500. uinureiin wo goi a ioi oi line onen, ,ot (l wa)k ,f ,, W()n.t wa)k )Ul01 W(,
20 tons first cutting hay at $Vi per'.
ton. W. C. IJurk. lS-Sf
7 miles east of Malin; 200 acres, and they aro cheap, too.
130 acres In crop.
Krogue, Malln, Ore.
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Address James I
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A guy made me Inff. Ho :amu In
FOR RErfiT Furnished apartment at'
the Oregon House
Sixth street.
and wanted me to pay the rent., nnd and6don't know
I x juai luiieu uiiu lauuu i
use the ticks.
Ignorance Is something wo all have
It.
Why, It's so quiet In out placo that
,.. wny, us su quiei in our piaco inui ., vor. ni.j . i(
Klamath near WB nad t0 pul moccasins on the files, ."d them " Did vou
12-3t 'cause If we didn't, and one lit on the e0ard0tnh09?,n' Cu"o Pa?l,
FOUND Bicycle ;owner may have
same by proving property and pay
ing for this adv. 12-2t
FOR SALE Oakland Six automo
bile, 1918 model; first class condi
tion; new tires all around, ono extra
tire; 2 sets chains. Inquire Modern
Shoe Store. 12-2t
We read In Automobiles, 23 chap.,
Ilttlo Ford shall
ever play colt
' i "".r "ke ' thUnUer Wnk To much of ohe ono don't da"ro
storm. Kinda quiet. , t(J sa-
Think I careT Not a darablt of it. say! Dorothy, wo Just got so much
.Money Is the root of all evil, and stuff that I can't mention, you'll have
If yer broke yah ain't exposed. j to come In and see It.
We eot too man v alarm clocks, so' won t loso your way. you Ilttlo
If you want one we'll mako you a
price.
Sometimes clothes aro the breath
:TO PREVENT:
WINTER ILLS
and to recover more quickly from colds,
coughs and grippe
" USE
A Winter Tonic
We recommend these as the best blood
building and system strengthening
tonics sold : "
Rexall Cold Liver Oil Emulsion $1.00
Rexall Syrup Hypophosphiles Compound $1.00
Rexall Peptonized Iron Tonic $1.20
STAR DRUG CO.
the 1ha&L Store-
"Iiluo Wlntor Pearmaln.'
McHATTAN'8, between
7th. Wrong sjdo.
6th and
DANCING
SCHOOL
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FEBRUARY 14th
OPERA HOUSE
MH. F. KILIiKNDAIII-
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JEWEL CAFE
You will get everything on the market.
Everything cooked to suit your taste. A
trial will convince youthat our pastry is
the best.
JESS BAILY, Prop
Phone 185 610 Main St.
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