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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 17, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
New Clothes for
the New American
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This Store is" overflowing with these new, nifty
styles; also styles you'll want for Easter in Knox
Hats, Nettleton Shoes, new exclusive styles in Silk
Shirts and Neckwear
Everything is being arranged to meet peace-time condi
toins and the new clothes especially The styles reflect
the after-the-war trend, and lend themselves easily and
truly to the lines and measurements of the new Americajp.
THE HOUSE of KUPPENHEIER
Has fashioned its Spring Styles in this readjusted spirit
of things. Clothes for men of the new type clothes that
win the quick favor of meswho have caught the broader
viewpoint clothes for men who want quality in every
detail, and nothing less.
BOYS' " DOUBBELBILT " SUITS AND
BOYS' "DUTCHESS" GUARANTEED KNICK
ERBOCKER PANTS ARE READY FOR YOUR
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Klamath ftouty News
'' It seems that spring has come at
.last and judging from the hustle and
bustle of the raachers they are doing
their part for bumper crops this year.
The ladles of ,the Helping Hand
Society met with Mrs. C. C. Garrison,
Wednesday, and all report a fine,
time. The next meeting will be iietd
at Mrs. Slmras April 23rd.
C. W. Bailey and Joe Chotard made
final proofs on their homesteid? be
fore J. O. Hamaker of Bonanza re
cently. Their witnesses were C.
Maupln, H. E. Wilson) 0. E. Hunt
and Ernest Heiining.
A number of the young people met
at O. E. Hunt's Sunday afternoon and
practiced singing for Easter service to
be held at the Shasta View school
Everyone Is Invited to be presen
at the Shasta View school house Frl
day evening, April 25th when tho
ShnatR Vlow Fnrmnr'o Plnh mnnra I
County Agent Mr. Thomas will be
i present and illustrate with lantern
slides high altitude farming in Coin.
i rado. Also County organizer, P. W.
Sexton will have slides Illustrating
i hl1Hrnna Mtth wnrlf Annrnnrlifrt'
I music will be furnished.
Mrs. C. P. Stone I busy Improv
I lng the old Dixon place. Just a little
i more water and the Tule Lake valley
mil null tuiuu iu lis vmi.
O. E. Hunt made a trip to Bonanza
one day' last week with a four horse
load of potatoes. He says the roads
are not Just what they ought to be.
J. I.. Bailoy expects soon to gel his
lake land ready for a crop. He is now
working on his homestead.
Quite a few people aro purchasing
seed grain of H. E. Wilson.
C. M. Klrkpatrick Is fencing his
place hog tight, which will enable him
to hold sheep, of which ho has ISO.
The chug chug of tho tractor plow
is quite common In tho southern part
of this neighborhood. Come ahead.
We will soon bo getting our mall
from Klamnth Falls by airplane.
The social at H. E. Wilson's Friday
evening was well attended and en
joyed by all.
Mrs. C. F. Stone and Mrs. J. T.
Ward were Klamath Falls visitors
Saturday and Sunday.
Learns How to
Build a City
Get a Travelers accident and health
policy and protect your income. Clili
cotc & Smith, Agent. 9-tt
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home and clonched It well, Klamath
i Kails can become one of the wealth
iest and host known cities on tho I'u
ctllc Coast In a tow years, It thu peo
ple will get together hero and make
tho necessary effort, "in the opinion of
Dr. a ray. 4
In dwelling on the socond essen
tial of a homo town, 'bringing up
good boys and girls'. Dr. Gray gave
particular attention to tho younger
portio'n of the audience, andreclted
many very Interesting accounts of tho
rise of groat parsons from humble cir
cumstances. Ninety-three per cent
of tho great men of this nation hnvo
ccmo from the country and tho small
town, according lu accurate figures on
this subject, and every boy and girl
present was fired by the Inspiring
words of the speaker, toward higher
and better things. Dr. dray conclud
ed his speech wltfl nn nppcrnl not only
for tho principle or "llvo ana lot
live," but "llvo and help llvo."
Tho Klamath Palls Business Men's
Association and the management of
public schools of tho city and coun
ty, who brought In this speaker, are
to bo congratulated on their happy
Kolectlon. Tho gratitude of the pub
lic Is expressed to them for bringing
such un' attraction to tho city.
I CAM()t'FI.A(ii: IIKFINKD X
, LONDON April 17 Harriet Coli.
stone, a munitions worker it DU-
j nnl (Irci-ii, who Inst n leu In in .
plosion lust summer, Iim opplM
tho ministry of i lum for (Ink
enamel leg Instead of a brown ttiittr
' member, lieraiiso "I alwaji rev
According to tdo regulations it Ii
I "loft to tint discretion of the tuptr
I vising surgeon" whether Harriet gu
r n pink or n brown Ick.
Dr. Henry C. Scliteff liu rrl4
home from fiitn Francisco conildr
nbly improved In health.
Oh, tho sport!
At tho Hot Springs
' Hoys' Dutchess (lunrnntecd pint.
10c n button, 50c a rip, nt
17-31 K K K. STORE.
DO YOUR EASTER SHOPPING HERE . !
J. F. MAGUIRE CO., Inc.
The following suggestions are quite appropriate for Easter and right in style and a little less in price than you will pay elsewhere: jj
Crepe de Chine
Exceptionally good val
ues prevail in the Dress
Department. You will
be' agreeably surprised'
to see the nice garments
we are showing for these
416.50 to $27.50 ,
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HAVE YOU IN MIND ANEW
BLOUSE TOR EASTER?
We are 'showing some very pretty
styles in both Crepe de Chine and Georr
gette Crepe, at very modest prices.
$5.95 to $9.85; sizes up to 46.
KAYSER AND FOREST MILLS
Fine knit underwear, the product of
two reliable mills:- '
Vests, 40c to $1.25.
Union suits, 50c to $1.75.
The above may be had in cotton, lisle
or silk lisle.
QUEEN QUALITY OXFORDS
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v We are showing three new styles in
Oxfords' in dull kid, black patent and
white Nile cloth. We have a limited lot
of tan; 'black and white pumps in mili
tary and Lewis heels.
Prices, $5.50 to $8.00.
WHITE KID BOOTS
Nine-inch tops, witii Lewis covered
heels. A beautiful soft glove kid, and
reasonably priced, $12.50.
MISSES AND. CHILDREN'S PUMPS
Rubber sole canvas pumps are very
popular for summer.
Children's sizes, 6 to 10y2; $1.00 ,
;, Misses' sizes, 11 to 2, $1.20. t ,
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DAINTY HANDKERCHIEFS FOR
In Shamrock, Lawn or pure Linen,
plain or embroidered corners. From 5c
to 50c each.
UNUSUAL HOSIERY VALUES
Colors are gray, silver, brown, cham
pagne, tan, taupe, black and white.
In Lisle we offer the abo.ve colors at
65c. In Silk you may pay at little as
$1.25 up to $2.25.
INFANTS' CHILDREN'S, MISSES'
AND BOYS' HOSE
A splendid stock to select from. In
fant's hose in cotton, cashmere or lisle,
15c to 50c
Children's hose, black or white, in
, cotton or lisle, 30c to 50c.
Misses' silk lisle or cotton hose, black
or white, 30c to 75c
, Boys' heavy or fine ribbed hose in
black on,ly, 45c to 75c
Cheaperrades at 30c .,,,&. , ,
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A saving trf at least 25
per cent can be made if
R. & G. CORSETS
for the New Costume
Many new models now
being shown for the new
garments. Sizes 18 to 36.
Prices '$2.00 to $5.tio
You will pave from J
$5.00 to $10.00 if you I
purchase your gar- J
mont here. A com-
parison of prices on
similar garments will
convince you. Prices
$18.50 to $35.00
GEORGETTE CREPE, $2.00 YARD
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uiten one wisnes to maKe over u' a
or alter same, and Georgette Crepe m
used extensively now. About twenty- g
SILK KID GLOVES FOR EASTER
Kayser Silk Gloves in black, white
and gray, 85c and $1.25.
, , Fine grade of French Kid Gloves in
taupe, tan, brown, black and white; a
special value, $2.25 pair. I
DIANTY NECKWEAR FOR EASTER j
Organdie, Lawn, "Georgette and
Crepe, do Chine Collars; also collar ana
cuff sets. 50c to $1.75. x j