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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 13, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
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MI VltIM N MOl I' I IM
THAT TIU' UOlSK l Hitt.
Mnto flame ComiitlMlrnr- C K
yxeoe no.', dime Warden Hon' Stn'it
Kit mm! jeterd.iv from !''nin .id
t.l v Lon the) wont for th pnr
?t if seeing what profited ' lie
fnj: tii.dt in the gathering of trunt
rs Isy Mers. K.midale mvl tVut
vl:. w!o for tho past throo wjes
tiave been engaged In seetirirr n up
r'." "f VP to be moil In u'k .'
tN N'o-th Trapqna river Tho Jour
ney was an eventful one. the r's lif
iat; tho first c.ir to roach tho Uke this
yrar I.ittlo difficult) was experienc
ed until I hoy woro within about throo
milos of the lake, from which point
they had to practically shot el and cut
their way thru. Monday night and
Tuesday there was a hear) snow
itorm at the lake
Tho work of securing the necessary
eggs for stecking: the North I'mpqua
was undertaken about three weeks
ago, when Ran&dale and Padgett
went to the lake The) were able to
drive to wlthlng twelve miles of their
destination, and it required throe
days for them to get their equipment
and supplies the balance of the wav
ering the time they have been there
remarkable success has attended
their labors, for they have secured
enough eggs to stock the streams
that are today without "any trout
These eggs will be hatched and the
small fish will be placed In Hear and
tar2 creeks and Clearwater river, all
tributaries of the North I'mpqua.
Mr. Stone states that bear arc very
plentiful at the lake, many tracks be.
fng seen within twenty feet of his
tent. Ransdals and Padgett ay that
ft is a common occurrence to see
oear, the feed for them being quite
ylentiful in the vicinity of the lake
SOLDIER LAND BILL
OPPOSED BY GRANGE
W -lllilTO. 'lino 13 Open
ing e: .ill offde In the itioll.l
i:n.i b in Washington within the
liit w 1 1 k t. oppose the paax of tic
nt te provide homes for roUirniiiK
soMte-H sailors and marines is the
bicgeM surpilso llmt has hit co'igrona
and tV capital In n lung lime
When the plan to provide liotn. t
fot sol.lters on arid, swamp and out
over lauds was tlrst proposed, an I
for a Ion time after, it was taken
for granted that tho oouiitr woul I
bo prartlcall) unanimous for such a
Imagine the urptle of the pulili
lauds committee of tho house, pre
sided oxer b Representative Slunott
of Oregon the other morning when T
C Atke-on of West Virginia, legisla
tive representative for the Orange .u
this city same bolting In and askod
for a hearing
Atkeson announced that the N.i
itional Orange was against the bill and
; proposed making a fight to defeat t
on the ground that It will set up new
i competition for the farmers nlroad)
engaged In food production Ho called
the bill a plot to put the government
. behind a scheme In competition with
' i fnmr mid declares it a consta
ncy, or word to that effect, of ve.i
ern representatives in congress to re-
claim vast barren areas in their hom
Asked whom he represented, Atke
son said he represented "l.OOO.OOn
everv-dav working farmers from
Maine to California." a statement
which has been repudiated by some, of
'the representatives in congress from
California, who declare that Atkeson
does not even represent the Orange
. of California Representatives from
other western states also declare that
this action has been taken without
consulting either their farmers or
There Is much ncltatlon on 'be
'question of cheaper food In this roun-
' try and ever)body wants everybody
' to go back to the farm except him
l self." Atkeson asserted "w'c farmers
hare got Just a little nauseated with
that attitude In the public inW w
are confronted with the condition
that eight hours a day nnd $1 un
hour means $tl wheat and I def.v any
man on anv farm to pioduco It for
less on that basts ,
t.roiK.r mi i:wt
m m i: hk.
lieorgo Stevenson, who is olle of
jhe Klamath touiitv Ihivh with the
23rd Kuglueers writes his friends lit i
this et) that he leached Now York
Cltv last Munditv and litis ei'ii sent
to Camp Pevens. Muss where he
will remain until he is dlselmrged
IIU VN IIIM MI.I.KIt
MKXICO I 1T June la The
crumpling of a wing tip of his hi
plane while he was performing evo
llliu-v i it a helRht of ..'" iliet-r
"enal airdrome lime
I the fall and ileith of Miguel ,
a s an iiiiiiv int'it. r one of ilie,
levli I u.'"ieis to I ike up flv
V A M nil in ilinger of the Hot
Sp i s Hath House hut Installed an
ni n an. I i utiirilgal pump wttMi
Wl llllbll til 1 1 1 10 tll'll -l le.lli'f
an I eflll ilie swlmuuiiK tank '
uli The piitious will find the
wiii fri'sh and lear everv morning
'. 1 1 1 1 or TII.WKN
Ue wish to ovine our hllireiesl
thanks anil npiiieelntlim lo the many
fi lends who so wllllliBlv nllil nvm
ptUuilinllv assl.teil tin diirliiK the
recent Illness illld ileiilll of out' he
loved wife anil iiiolher. Wo ai nlo
guileful or tho minis beautiful flor
al nrferlur. filiulnhed by Hie friend
anil Ilie Itebei Itall Indite lUnl for the
ktmllv otflies of Hl.1 ordi'l ililrllttt
our time of need
Mr Amo" II lliirdeulirnok
Mis tieorgi Oslmriii
Mi. '. r Ituiiilolpli
Mrs Merle Houston
llvrnn l.ero) HariliMiluook
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THIS IS A WORD .THAT DOES
NOT APPEAR IN THE DICTIONARY
but we like to use it because it so fully ex
presses the character 'of goods which we
handle and the superior service which we
render in all departments of our drug busi
ness. FOR YOUR PROTECTION
When we supply drugs or fill a prescription
you may always be sure that everything nec
essary has been done to protect your in
terests. We also consider right prices a part of good
service and will guarantee that quality con
sidered, lower prices than ours cannot be
Our Motto Has Always Been:
"Keep Quality Up and-Prices Down"
W'v KLAMATH FALLS OREGON W7(t7
V WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE T!
pubit'y I BUY THEIR DRUGS accupacv"!
What is Folly in A Man
Is Crime in A Woman
Why Should This Condition Exist?
See the William Fox Super Production of the
Sensational New York Success
"The Strange Woman"
Solve This Problem for Yourself
Cinematized From the Play by Wm. J. Hurlburt
That Ran One Whole Season in Njew York, .
' ' ' thi
The Woman's Store
Still Holding the Center of the Stage
Our June White Sale
Combines With Many Other Special Items To Make
Saturday a Day of Unusual Importance to Women.
We cannot too forcibly impress upon you the advisability of making your Muslinwoar purchas's now.
The cotton market is rising by leaps and bounds. Tho below mentioned specials are the result of price
concessions on our part or on the part of manufacturers on purchases made months ago You will do
well to lay in a supply at these prices .
THE MUSLIN WEAR SPECIALS
This special group is comprised of many very uttracliu
styles of good quality Nainsook with 9-inch flounces of
pretty embroidery in many designs. An extra special at tin,
$1.25 EMBROIDERED SKIRTS 98c
Offer itirtiiieutH thiit nre mi vurled- te ttitil nre n pimlltlvi It '
utile nnd iiatliiK that lire no nillmtnilllltl tllut the) nluiuld In- Klmpl) lnih .'.
to ecomnio vie women
Many Specials Not Advertised
Crepe de Chine Underwear
Children's Muslin Underwear
$1.50 CHEMISE AT $1.25
- Ince unil einlirolilery trimmed; of
Kiiod iimllt Niilliitook Inelnleil iiImi
nre pliilll Mle In IMnk llmlMe Sim
rlul nt HI.U.V
SPECIAL AT $1.50
- Are flown. Sklrm nnd ChiiniUe of
fine Mimllti unil NnliiMiok. lure mid
iiiihrnltUry trlmniel In many attrac
tive te Sieiul nt $!.." I.
SPECIAL AT $1.98
Niiliikook and I'ltik llullMo Client
Ue nnd fine ini.illl' Nnltmook (Sowiiii
ami Skirt, lure uiul emliroldery
trlmnied Speclul nt SLUM.
SPECIAL AT $2.50
-Finn iillliy Nlok ('lienilie.
ISowiih and Cotnldnatlonii In many
dulnty lttv und emliroldery trlinmed
Mlc Speflnl ill --i-
$1.75 GOWNS AT $1.50
- (Deluded are ItllttO Ver ptelt.
i.t) li. of fine NnitiMink ami Mimllti
attrurtliely trlmnied vvllh eintirnnl
rj . Hoi.iul. Siiinte nnd V ti'ck
Special at HI..VI.
SPECIAL AT $1.75
Oovwm Skirl" ChmnlM' nnd Mie
Kll of fine NuliiMiiik. trlmnii'il with
luten mid emlirolilerle A vurud
KrollpitIK Special at Hl.T.'.
SPECIAL AT $2.25
Are Crepe and fine NiiltlMiok
Coiwi. Iue mid unihrolder) trim
Illed Willi Uotlllil. hillure nllil V
jokes. Iilno I'lllk Corded Silk llloD'ii
em Kxtru Special at "'J.-.l.
SPECIAL AT $2.75
I'rett). fill" Nalnmiok Cheltllie ami
(low n In lloiinil. Sijnnre und mrk
l)le. trimmed with prell) l'i mid
einlirntdcrlen Stclill at MT1
PRETTY NEW VOILE DRESSES
Bear Special Markings of $7.50, $10, $15 and $20
In many unusually becoming styles for summer wear. Ginghams
Plaid, Floral and Checked patterns with collars and cuffs of
embroidered, pleated and hemstitched Organdie; glide and
belted models. An especially attractive showing bearing the spe
cial markings, $7.50 to $20,00.
NEW WELWORTH AND WIRTHMORE BLOUSES
Bring a Message of Style and True Economy
S;EB.,, ,s? wss; : ' -
('omprlHi'il of khiuI'Iiik "t well
known make; In I'ank and Wliltoj of
pood iinullty tiinterlulN Spei lull) .Mails
id nt Hc, ijll.lH unil Sl..
UNION SUITS AT 50c .
.-Woiwii'H Cotton Itllibed I'nlon Hiiltn
with tight and Ioohii kneo, luco trimmed.
All 8l?en, Hpeclal at .lllc
BUNGALOW APRONS 98c
A regular ll.TiO vnlim. In pluln Illuii,
nnd Dark Illim, Unlit ll "'l Tan
trlped I'nrculoH. An Ideal Kuimunt for
liousa wear. Speclul ut Hc.
MIDDIES SPECIAL 69c
of Reed uallty material und Junt the
thine for uportH or outltiK ; ' nU
White "r White with IMnk. r Illim irli
...1 collam and cnffB and trimmed poc
ket. All bI7ch Spoelal nt Hltc.
FIBRE HOSE SPECIAL 75c
Hebo that ha?e all tho diHlrulilo fen
tnren of puro Silk Homt with tho addl
tlomil quality f lonK-weurlnu. In
Jllark and White; IIhIo low), lit-eU and
LISLE HOSE SPECIAL 45c
An oxtra Reed nuallty Hoho to ll at
thin special price. n Hlack und White,
A Condensed List of
In Our Yard Goods Dcpt.
Criinoiny uvwiltH the Momail
will, muke yard kooiIh piin.tinmn
morrow Unlove vve ltenne
:ir.c Loin; Cloth. 311-ln . )ard
Sf.i' Nalimook. l-ln . yard
2f,c llleaclied Mimlln. )"rd l
HniMrflne Nnliiwiok, upeilnl
nfi-ln. Ilarred Niilimook. npei'1"!
10-ln l.liun I'liilHli l.lneiiH. .ird
ir,x3il-ln Tnrkliih 'I'owelH
nl..iil.l., 'I'nrlflNll Towelii
18-ln Turkldh TowelliiK yard it?
ir.-in Mii.-n TovieiiiiK r'",1"1::'
lS-ln I ii'iliui'liil i.ini'H i' "
IS-In. All l.lnuti (IIumh TovvelliiK
NEW GINGHAMS 35c
Almoin n liunilieil prett) mH'-'"'
ho deHiuelile for the mnkliiK t -""
inur frockH und uptoim I'IiiIiIh, MriP
ed and Plain. Speclutl) pilivd at ..M
- So Bhuur and dulnty and ho ndinli
nliln for tho niukliiK of tho m ''
iIkihh. Iii I'lnlt. MKht llluo "l v1
.iiidiir; polkii-dotted und heuuiiriii
f lot ul iU'hIkiiimI puttiiriiH, at
85c and $1.00 Yard
TWO EXTRA SPECIAL BARGAINS IN TOWELS
Wo started tho tialo with 60 doon of each of them) TowcIh. Our present Mock will
show thut many huvo neon oiu ai menu iim-vi.
A Thousand Yards of Cq
Val and Torch'J-nce, yd v
TURKISH TOWELS AT 50c
Good heavy, substantial rlbhod Towuls.
full.21x42 inches. An upusual offer, Spe
cial ot W)c.
HUCK TOWELS AT 25c
Anothor worthy special In Huck Towels.
BlzuH lSx.17 Inclien. lied Ilordurod. An un
usual offer. Special ut line.
sutvo so well fp
pliikiiuloir ul ihn
Of .V KT
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