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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 25, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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I n v e s t in Victory
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MAIL ORDEKS SENT POSTPAID
the Woman's Store
I n v o s t i Victory
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Offerings of Special pg
Interest to Women
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. REVIEW PATTERNS
N.w StyU NoU.-iV '-KINS
Mr. & Mrs. E. M.
Chtlcote 200 .
J A. Goldsmith 100
Mr. & Mrs. J. B.
Mr. & Mrs. E. C. Koppen 100....
Mr. & Mrs. Chis. Balln 100..
Mr. &. Mrs. Jeff Wilson 100....
Paul C. Carlson ' 100....
W. H. Hawkins Sons 100.
Louis Will v-.. 50..
P. C. De Ctnln 100....
A. W. Wakefield 50
J. H. Van Meter :
Martin Oliver ..
Hans Nylander .
C. Lampropulos ........... 100....
P. W. Snow SO....
Edgar L. Furber 150....
F. E. Masten 100....
Oregon Life Ins. Co 1000
French Elmer & Grace 50 ...
Hunter F Hill 400 ...
P.OS3 W. H 100...
Hlnkley P. E
f M'ller C. n. . 100 .
.Bend X. E. & wife ... 200 .
r.Hrlch Fred Allle 150 ..
Klamath Lodge I. O.O. F.
i No. 137
I Barnes. W. B 50 . .
Anderson M. R
Slcde John 100 .
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Ynden John & wife .... .10 .
Scondi r. 101. ..
Mesner W. C . . .
Stearns O. A. & nlfe .. 130.. .
Fisher. Dr. C. V. & wife 250 . .
Thomas E. H 100 ..
Merrill C. H. & C. G. .. 500 ...
Miller J. A .
Fry, Geo. O. & wife .... 300
POWER OF U. S.
Victory Llbtrty Loan Will Clinch
America's Position and Preitigt
McLane Herbert B.
Salficky. A. F
Ryan R. F ,,
Cozsd G. B. & wife .
MrPherrin W. H
Winters H. J
Alexander A. L
Templar W 100..
Itist, Frank 50 ...
Walker John E
Mlchelson S. A
Magee E. E. & wife . 100 ..
Keck E -. 100
The Treasury Department in a re
cent review of American financial con
ditions gives some data which may
well make the cynics anC half-hearted
'Americans, who are shaking their
30 i heads over the Victory Liberty Loan.
I take notice. The figures brine out the I
100 1000 j latent but tremendous wealth and In
I vesting power of America. They fol-
100 ' lew:
! A bond market which had less than
r.n "500 000 customers two years ago had. J
i at the close of 1918. be'ween 20,000.000
' and 23,000.000 buyers.
j ThU army of American bond buyers
absorbed during 191S alone $11,163.-
563.850 worth of Liberty Bonds bll
.lions, not million;, mind jou.
r'or the less than-tooearj war pe
I rlod In i's entirety the American pub
' lie boaght J1C9N.329.850 In Liberty
And despite all this, right now bond
j dealers report a lively demand for all.
I sorts of municipal, school and Indus-1
trial securities such a lively demand
I that these dealers are looking about
I the country for new Issues to market.
i All tMs has one meaning. The Vic-
tory Liberty Loan .Is an assured suc
cess. The American people are going
i to absorb this last Liberty Loan. They,
, are going to prove that the patriotism,
that brousbt a $1,000,000,000 over
subscription in the Fourth Loan was a
solid patrlotim the kind that sticks'
I o the end. not the "hurrah" kind that
'llckers to sordid cynicism when the
bsnd stops playing and the guns cool.
Very 'Unusual Sale of
Women's Fine Serge
Street Frocks. $16.50
Style are of the very smartest and newest, becoming
to women and little women. The material it fine all
wool serge in Navy, Brown, Wine, Black; trimmings
of military black braids; the number is limited; if
purchased at the regular selling price they would sell
for over $20.00.
GINGHAM DRESSES FOR HOME $3.50 and $4.50
Two pretty new stylos In crisp ginghams. Dainty blue and white,
pink ancfwhlle, black and white, and lavender and white checks;
small or medium slicil. Walsted models with long sleeves and col
lars, cuffs and belts. Sixes 36 to 4,6.
SASSY JANE and OTHER APRON DRESSES
The popular Sassy Juno apron dress l shown in lha daintiest blu)
and pink and lavender checked Amoskeag gingham ; small and me.
dlum slxcd checks; finished with bias frills of contrasting colored
material. Fresh and pretty. '
Another model Is In envolopo style, of extra quality ginghams In
stripes and checks, with set-In sleeves and two pockets
POPULAR SEPARATE SKIRTS
Today in the Skirt Department
you'll find the model that meets
your idea of a skirt which is right
for the many needs of the season.
New arrivals of the most wanted
weaves and shades, in a wide va
riety of styles, merit a visit from
every woman who prides herself on
clothes economy and perfect ap
pearance. Really remarkable value is repre
sented in the price range of
$5..00 to $17.00
and In all regular and extra sizes.
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Th will to (ousii with hurt, of hn Ju chk In lh
FASHION BOOK for SUMMER
MAY PATTERNS N n S.U
SIX NEW MODELS IN GEORGETTE BLOUSES
Tho prettiest new blouses of film tieorgettn In round uiij ,riuar
necked styles and In the very tiewst color.
Victory 111, Orchid. Tru Kh.
l,najUf II I u p, Kunni-t. Ilrlgr,
White, Flcli n it il Nnvy Blue.
There are also frilled and ruffled styles; some embroidered, othr
pleated, and some fluted. All In exceptionally pretty ntid uuuiuil
styles at 90..1U.
Bilk Jersey and Jersey Tup Models
A variety ot new styles specially priced, featuring all ot (he testoa'i
distinctive colors. Pleated and ruffled flounce typea, einpluililnf
the now stralght-IIno modes. Such similes as Navy Blue, Hum-, Tin,
Peacock, American Bounty, Pokln and Black.
THIS KVKNT has boon planned with the Idea of bringing to (he
nttontlou of avury woman the great possibilities and nilvuniage In
using ginghams for summer wearables, The deportment will fea
ture special dlspluy of gingham In all grades, from iiiomiiIv
npron checks to filter xophyrs, Ktrlpcs, checks, pluln colors &v-1Uc
SALE OF SHEETINGS
Tubing 4 2 in
Special the yd
Blenched .flinollng of gqod
wearing 'iiinllty; 2V JQ'
)ard wide; yard nt ....OJC
Bleached sheeting, it og'
Inches wide, spvclul, (l OOC
Wool Comfort Units, two pounds weight each, offered
lit only, pt." Unit
Pillow Tubing. IB In
wide. .Special, the vd
200 . .
Can Hit 'Em Out as Well as Strike 'Em Out!
Here He Is, Babe Ruth, in Action in Florida
LADIES' SUMMER UNDERWEAR
Ladies' Fine Knit Union Suit, low nock, no sleeves, knoe; hires
36 to 44; special . . . ., ,TOc
Misses Fine Lisle Knit Union Suit, no slcove, low kneck, knee,
sizes 3 to 1.4 yeurM ;cuch 7,V
Ladies' Sleeveless Vest, fine Jersey-rib; speclul, 3 for $t,(MI
Children's Sleeveless Waist Union Suits, sizes up to 12 years,
special price , ,. l.Tc
ROUND TICKET STOCKING
For Men, Women and Children; always the same standard
value; prices tt.v, (c,,30c
NEW WHITE GOODS
Plain and Embroidered Organdies and Voiles daintiest of rub
rics for summer frocks especially for graduutlon dresses, Now
Embroidered Botlstes Now Klaxons New Poarllno Cloths New
Longcloths New Dimities nil the wanted weaves are now on
AGENTS FOR NEMO CORSETS AND
All styles and sizes. By fit of the
gown, one knows the 001801.
, That is you can easily tell whether
it is a well or an iilfitting model.
Buy your corset with your own per
sonality in mind. The right model,
properly fitted is "the same as if
made for you."
Nemo models are superior,
model is here for you. Ask
show it to you Back Lace or
Lace whichever you prefer.
Priced from $5.00 up.
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H. N. MOE
Peace Will Put New
Value on the Dollar
LOOK AND LIHTEN!
The greatest merchants and Indus
trial chiefs In the country agree that
there will be a readjustment during
the peace period. There will be a
gradual decline in prices and a grad
ual improvement In the buying power
The secretary ot the treaiury has a
pretty good opportunity to form an
opinion of financial tendencies. He
Every dollar saved now and in
vested In Liberty Bonds or War
Savings Stamps will bo worth
much more when peace readjust
nent comes. Every provident man
and woman In tho United States
may find their savings double In
purchasing power In tho next few
years. How can any one more
certainly make money than by
saving It now with nssuranco of
Its enormous enhancement In value
when normal conditions are re-
Can you beat it? You can swim
as long as you like for 25c, at the
Hot Springs Bath House. It
We, the Klamath Falls Flro de
partment, wish to thank tho peoplo
ot this city for their conduct nt tho
fire that burned tho American hotel,
also tho mon that helpod In our hour
ot need. '
Tho city council has promised us
more. equipment, so wo can do fuster
and' better work; it was Impossible to
save the burning building, so ,wo
wero very lucky to savo tho sur
rounding buildings, and lot us hope
wo havo no moro like It,
On cleanup day moBt of tho citizens
did their Bharo, BUT there, wero a
few who did not clean tho rubbish
from their bulldlngH, so wo ask those
pooplo to take notice and clean up, as
it causos fires.
FIRE CHIEF HUNSAKEH.'
MAV YANKK'AltltlVi: TOIItV.
NEW YOIIK, Apill 25.- Tin. Low
lithan arrived hero today with 12,
000 troops, Tlioro wore several un
its of the Rainbow division,
SPOKANE, April 25. Tlw .city
litre toduj wildly greeted tho homo,
coming of Washington nnd Oregon
mon of tho 316st Infantry onruutj fur
C ii nip Lewis.
MOTOR TRIP IX CALIFORNIA.
Joss Bailey, ot tho Jowel Cafe and
Mrs. Bailey liuvo loft for u motor
trip through California. Thoy ex
pect to bo away tor some time.
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dent M tho Merrill .lUtrlct. wi tr
snctlng buslnoHs In Klunmtli r' w
day. . ItANfHIUt VISITS.
Tom Walters of tho firm ' Cr,ne
& Walters. Is In tho city for "
time from his ranch cm the Menu
road. Ho roportH tlmt tlio crop mi
look of that suction Is of tlio best.
MT. liAKI MEN Hi:iB-
Ooorgo Orlzzlo and Theodore CM
wore In town looking aflor buittJJ
Interests today from tho Ml.
MAUN IIANCIHiH ,li:,,K'
A. .1, Holbrook of Ilia M.IJ J
trlct puld n huslnoBH visit to
county float today.
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K. H. Clay Is horo for a sl'ort JIBJ
looking nftor busluess lutoro.w.