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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 28, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
'oricii Ainn will
I NOT lISIIA.M NOW,
The lUrirr An It l.
' OI PKI.I.OWS MKKT.
' 'ilm Klamath KiiIIh Lodge Number
M7 1 O. O. 1 IH meet thin oumlliK
nt which tlmo woik In tlio Tlilril !
. groo will bo glum. A lunch Is cchod-
1 utud after thu bnulnctts of tho owning
"In speaking of thu tiin I,...,.
Wrt"" m",l,on 'rl,,pr m
"A rider." replied Hcnsior or.
hum, U uaually Uko tlm p0i,iS
to a woman' letter nrnrntlv ..
afterthought, hut In reJlitX ".
Important part of the ioiimuSm
tlon." Washington Htar lf
Mardl Urnit, Saturday, Montis im
Tuesday. ' "
Can You Afford Not To?
The joars roll by quickly aad MeadUyi tho children need the refining
Influence of muslr, the, home Is not i real homo without It; ho why lot
the children grow up nnd ay "I ncret had a chance."'
There fe n plnno awaiting jou at bvrr More, whose price, tone, and
terms will Jmt suit. Comet Look, aad convince jounclf.
SHEPHERD PIANO DEPOT
OVKIl riKTY YKAKS, ONE BfHINKSS IX ONE FAMILY-""
Next door Poatoftlcc
LONDON. I'ob 88. Tho DuUli
Minister of war declared today It ws
,.r to hold tho Dutch army
IIVVVi'" . . ,. . -
Mnr.ll (Iras, Saturday. Monday and imA) iiiinliwit an) effort to annex
Thm.Iiiv thitdi teiiltor) H ! nl ,,H-
NOW BE FILLED
J I nrtuiimetit at present would ho vry
Coo's Jltnej Sen Ice '"", os .iniiKorous
Nljflit phono H? 20.1111 """" - '
Tite LinEnTY tomouhow.
A fine picture of the logging
camps Is aeen In "Prisoners of the
Pines", which will be shown nt the
Liberty Saturday afternoon and even
ing: As there are not enough scats for,
the Saturday night crowds the mana
ger has decided to offer an extra In-
We hare the newest In napkin
clips nnd rings In silver.
Also a stock of umbrellas and han
dles and baes.
JG25 buys tho swellest pair of dia
mond earrings yah nearly ever saw.
New stock of Ivory and Silvor
Wuro and Thermos Dottles.
The newest patterns in soft shirt
BIG TRADE MEET
ON AT CHICAGO
IN FEW WEEKS
links. These won't lose out. and can
lu used In any shirt
Mn f.nVA enmn nf clni.s wn want in
Hove the crowded condition prevail- gclj prctty bad.
Ing at the evening performance. All This ear's newest in watch cases.
of the big feature Picture will of Wrist watches, $20 and 25 this
course be shown and thcregular Sat- woe,k; , E1Kln, wrist watches,
d.;tu Hiurm uucKa. .
Over-night traveling cases, 125 DO. 'is the announced purposo of the Sixth
.National Foreign Trade Convention
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Charlie Chaolln Comedv. Dm'1 stumblo when you can Just nd Z6tli D
ducemcht tor the children nt the af
ternoon performance nnd thus re-
t TI till V ov v ( fSHoa v V riak j
NEW YORK, Feb. 2S. Tu furn
ish to American business men pract.
j40 .ical Information for the development
I ,r Ihn fnrnleii trmlo nf IhU rauntrv
urday Mutt and Jeff cartoon. In Zv"'a."L ."-??:. y .-,., 17 .." .. .... r.;.
..... .. ... . .. uver-nigni iraveung coses, ia uv.
addition there will be the new Hearst 0f course, if you want to stay a week
News showing all the late events and it's O. K. with us
rtiie n.lnrinura I w " - MbuDv, B
and 26th by tho Nntlonal Foreign
as well fall.
Hurry to our aid.
I Trade Council.
McHattan. be-1 Jnmns A. Fnrrpll of this cltv. chair.
Mardl Qras, Saturday, Monday. nnd tween Sixth and Seventh, at 650 Main' man of the eoundi i calling the eon-
Announces a Spring Opening
French Pattern Hats
Saturday, March the First
4H V l it
Six-0-Nine Main Street
BadBlood Is Shown in
: Surface Signals
When the skin becomes erupted with boils,
pimples, etc., it indicates a disordered condition
of the blood. Such eruptions show that the sys
tem is trying to throw off impurities.
The blood circulates through every organ and
tissue of the body, and when impure it is a con
stant source of peril... Use
HOT SPRINGS BLOOD REMEDY
It promptly rids the blood of ail poisonous mat
ter... It cures all skin troubles and adds strength
energy and vitality to the entire body.
PRICE ONE DOLLAR
17 w vs-v luimu -wrm t t f nn, a AHV
j "Now as neer before, tho United
States must rely upon foreign trade
to mako certain the full employment
of labor and to provide, investment
.for capital; to stabilize Industry and
prevent disturbance of domestic con
ditions; to insure the permanent re
tention and operation of our new
merchant-counsels under tho Amer
ican flag! to mnlnrpln prosperity
among 'American producers and to
forestall any retrogression from the
high standards that have been achiev
ed." The Foreign Trade Contention, he
siys, is callod to arouse American
manufacturers, farmers, merchants.
laborers, bankers, educators, rail
way and steamship men--all the fac
tors of foreign trade In all sections.ot
the country to the immediate ne
cessity of promptly solving the for
eign trade, problems which the coun
Mr. Farrell pointed out that the
productive capacity of America has
made a great advance, that "our
national fiscal policy facilitates the
Introduction or foreign goods Into
our domestic market and that these
facts Increase the Importance of ex
panding America's foreign trade. "A
great foreign trade is ours.'t declar
ed" Mr. Farrell, "if only we proceed
with energy upon lines of sound pol
icy. A great carrying trade under
our own flag is ours, if only we mako
it possible to operate our new ships
in competition with those of other
It is announced that the Depart
ment of State wilPasslgn to the con
vention some members of the Consul
ar Service who liao just returned
from Europe, Latin-America and the
I Far East and that the Department of
Commerce will send a' number of its
experts from the Bureau of Foreign
and Domestic Commerce. Ihe snip
ping Doard and the Pan-American
Union will be represented.
WASHINGTON. Feb. 28. -Within
tho next thrco weeks, or by March
U. eery unmarried man or woman
who earned 1,0 00 or moro In tho
calendar'ioar 1918 nnd. eery mar-
i rled persotOwhoso Income amounted
to $2,000 or moro must make a de
tailed report or his Income to tho
federal revenue "collector of his dis
trict. On. or before March )' the
first installment' of tho Income tix
must be paid one fourth of tho
amount due or nil of It If the tax
This means that millions uf Amer
icans must get to- work nt once to
ureparo their roturns, and for the
guidance of tax pajors, tho Interml,
Revenue Uiirenu has issued explicit
Instructions covering the preparation
and riling of returns. This Is the
A'B C of tho precedure:
First get a tax roturn form from
the revenue collector's offlco or from i""
a bink. There are many Kinds of 5
these forms. If a person's Income S
was below SR.OOO, ho should ask forjS
tho form especially intended for the
smaller incomes. It might be adU. mm
able to get two or three of these pa
forms, since oue may be spoiled Ina
the preparation. The form Is a 8lx
page printed sheet, with detailed In- pjg
structlons for reporting various Items 0
of Income and for calculating the g
tax due. Uy following vthls form
closely even an Inexperienced person
probably will have little difficulty.
particularly IfTils source of Income ,
was not complicated or If it wns In H
wages or slaary rather than in busl-
ness transactions. H
Tho tax rate for most individuals B
is 6 per cent. For a single person
this is imposed on the difference be-'B
tween the total net Income for the M
year and 11,000 the so-called exempt.
ed amount. For a married man, or H
for the heads of a family the oxomp- W
tlon is $2,000 and tho 6 percent tax H
Is imposed on the difference between H
that and the total income. There Is
provision for .an additional exemption '
of $200 for each child o; other de- H
pendent person, under elghjcen years 5
of age or Incapable of self-support, S
Thus a married man with, one child S
or an aged parent would have an ox- S
emptlon of $2,200 and would pay
tax on the difference between this fli
and his net Income. A man with
two children would have an exemp
tion of $2,400; three children, $2,-
600 and so on. '
The Siberian railroad Is losing only
$40.ono,000 a month, but it may
catch up with our speed, some day.
New York Evening Sun.
Tho ox-Kuiser's sudden devotion In
literary pursuits looks suspiciously
like a belated attempt to write' his
THE WOMAN'S STORE
Women's, Misses' and Children's
THE SPRING FASHIONS ARE BEAUTIFUL
With the first flush of Springtime, we are pleased to announce that so many
new arrivals are reaching the store every day, that we, too, are ready to serve
you with all of your early spring needs in attractive and fashionable things
for present wear or service.
SMART SPRING STYLES IN DRESSES AND FROCKS
Beaded and embroidered, some tucked and delightfully hand-worked. Others
in the new man tailored mode. Ml of them the loveliest of the newest spring
creations in serges, crepes, silks, tricotines and satins.
Silk Dresses $12.50 to $50.00
Serge Dresses . . .$15.00 to $44.75
Georgette Waists $ 4.98 to $14.75
Crepe de Chine Waists . .. $ 4.50 to $12.50
Lingerie Waists .. 98c to $ 2.50
MISSES SERGE SUITS IN TAILORED MODES
A showing of many distinct styles, representing several new phases of the very
successful box coat effects having the chic and youthful .charm so becoming
to the fashionable young woman.
Misses Suits . .$24.75 to $44.75
Women's Suits $24.75" to $55.00
DOLMANS, CAPES AND COATS FOR, SPRINGTIME WEAR
The new models we show in attractive apparel for outer wear include many of
the distinctively dressy dolmans which the fashionable will be, delighted with.
Capes . . $15.00 to $45.00
Dolmans . ...$24.75 to $55.00
Coats $18.48 to $65.00 -
FEMININE ARTICLES EXCLUSIVELY
READY TO WEAR GARMENTS RE ADY TO USE ARTICLES
Notions, leather goods, Toilet articles, Richardson's linens, bedding, blankets,
bath and hand towels, Forest Mills underwear, feminine haberdashery.
Every Article offered for Sale it of Standard Value.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
ma STIUKK AT NEW YOKK.
NEW YORK. Feb. 28. The Exe
cutive Council of the Marine workers
has voted a strike of sixteen thous-
, and harbor workers, which will be ef
fective tomorrow. This Is the result
of dissatisfaction In the awarding an
eight hour day without a wage in-
, crease. Ie Is believed that only Pres
ident Wilson himself could prevent
WANTED Position as housckeoper
by woman with son 11 years; pre
fers efctrjy people or widower's home
Phone 276W, 28-lt
WANTED A cook of cood appear-
L ancer must excel as a pastry cook;
state experience and salary wanted.
Address X. Y. Z.. Herald office. 28-2t
FOH SALE Furplehed 5-room mod
ern bouse, with garago, one block
from pavement. Price $2,000. 722
Tenth street. 28-1 2t
LOST Truck chains between Klam
ath Falls'and Burrcll Shorts. Find
er pleaso Ie3ve at Ford Oarage. Wm.
WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE
BUY THEIR DRUGS
Get a Hat-FREE
The first person who can pick out our hand
made hats from among our stock hats will get
one free. You have our entire stock to choose
from No restrictions.
See our windows for Saturday .
DREW & MERRILL
D. & M. CLEANING CO.
Sixth and Main. Phone 30
H. N. MOE
GRAND SPRING OPENING SATURDAY MARCH 15TH
YOU ARE INVITED
GARICH'S GROCERY NEWS
KLAMATH I'ALLS, OllLOO.V. I'lUDAY, KEHHIAIIY M, 1019
I want to explain to ou why I
am in a position to Have you nionoy
In your groceries. Thor.3 uro IIiiqh
of merchandise that am romint;
down in price ovory wook, I hau
a completo stock of grocorioB, hut
I am not carrying n largo stock of
high priced goods bought nt War
Prices. 1 can buy on today's mar
ket, and give tho pcnplo of Klam
ath County the benoflt of the low
ering prices. In another column
you can seo tho difference In price
In nomo linen now and ten 1rh
Lant wook 1714c
hntunl.i) onlj 15C
('nam of Wheat
Lam wjok , .. , 3Ge
Sulurdu) imlj .' , ..l!8c
Tillamook Cheoso ,
I-nst week 60c
hnlimluy only JHki
Swift Premium Hums
Lam week coc
hiiimilay only .4C
Swift Premium Uacon .
Last wenk 65c
K.iIiikIiij only flu,.
The "Grocery News" U loo small
to tell you of all the good bawjIM
awaiting you, but hero Is another.
and we know you will nppreciiw
Columblu Rivor Hulmon
Largo cans, last week .-
Saturday only - ""
Every day Is "Bargain Pay
We handle only the bcnl, but
sell at the closest poaslblo margin.
Head the "Grocery News" and
keep posted on all thut Is best for
tho table and home.
FIRST CLASS GOODS
in Price of Admission to be Made
TO THE PUBLIC:
Owing to the accumulation of the Standard Picture Programs under contract with the SUr
S I iCn,L J r"od' T account of the PWic, I will announce that a reasons
etion has been secured from the exrrn.no. .n.ki: u - u- tc-A natron f
Mj....:nn i,. k. r; ' , --"". " mo epioemic, i will announce mm i- ..
". rtehnl7" 'T1 romnihe exch"K. enabling the same to be offered to Ptir
inj 19 " " " f Z"a ui, 10 cents, war tax Z cents; toUl, W cenis., v. -v
to .1 lllllorL : 9 T18' War tax. 1 cent' totaI- 10 tfc The above prices do not apflj
IlSSiSH.r1!? Jf'S8 "ght picture' and vaudeville attractions. Watch for the
announcements of the Standard Pictures coming to the Star.
- . Your for Amuaement, J.V.HOUSTON.