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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 4, 1919)
Ducks and "Duxbak"
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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It will soon be time to go after the Ducks Go after them in
"Duxbak" waterproof outing wear worn the nation over for this
purpose. Hunting Coats, Vests, Long Pants, Riding Breeches,
Hats, Caps. Also Gold Seal, Top-Notch and Ball Brand Rubber
Boots. Outfit for your duck shooting here.
K. K. K- STORE
Leading Clothiers and Hatters
When ou take off those B. V. D.'s
get some IkhAh Pall Union Suit..
They aro perfect In every respect.
K. K. K. Store. 4-3t
Rings set with colored
stones bare never been so
fashionable as they are to
day, nor have we ever had
such a fascinating stock.
There are scores of beauti
ful patterns. It is wonder
ful to see what exquisite de
signs can be produced.
Pearls, rubies, amethysts,
topaz, opals and many other
precious and semi-precious
stones are' mounted in gold
and silver rings of extraor
We invito your examination
of our Tings. '
Frank M. Upp
' 511 Main St.
Official S. P. Watch
THE ALADDIN OF THE KITCHEN.
The HALLMARK Store
1802 Marcus Whitman, the pion
eer and missionary who guided tho
first immigrant train Into Oregon,
born at Rushvllle, N. Y. Killed by
Indians Nov. 29. 1847.
1843 Gen. Wlnfield Scott was
publicly welcomed in Doston.
1879 Meeting of the Russtan Czar
and the German Emperor at Alexan-
1886 Abdication of Prince Alex
ander of Bulgaria.
1894 The Bertillon system for
the identification of criminals waa
adopted by the London police department.
1901 The Methodist Ecumenical
Conference opened in London.
1909 More than 600 Chinese stu
dents assembled at Peking to take
competitive examinations for college
courses in the United States.
1915 Germans crossed the River
Marne on their march south.
191C Czar Nicholas assumed su
preme command of the Russian arm
ies. 1916 Germans and Bulgars head
ed for the Roumanian, capital.
1917 Eleven persons killed and
49 injured in a German air raid in
j We all pity the fireman in the
stokehold of tho ship, but few of us
give thought to the woman in tho
home, who, in order to provide her
family with threo good meals a day,
spends a good portion of her liroo in
hot, stuffy kitchen, no matter how
well she may manage. Heat and
fumes are her dally portion.
But do not despair, you women
who cook three meals a day. Tho mil
I Ionium in cooing has come In trio
'shape of an Electric Range tho
Aladdin of the kitchen. At tho turn
of a switch yoo have tho genia, elcc
' trlclty, at your command, to toast,
'broil, fry, boll, simmer, roa3t and
Think of it! At the turn of a
'switch, clean, pure heat to begin
, cooking no more work than to
switch on your electric light. Ana
everything is so clean. No MackenoJ
I cooking utensils to soil the kitchen
linen, your clothing or to roughen
your hands when working. No coal,
I wood, or oil to bother with, and a.
kitchen free from fuel fumes, nnioke,
soot and ashes.
Then Electric Cooking leji3 dig
nity to your work you have tho sat
isfaction of knowing that you ere
cooking the up-to-dato way you are
no oncer the Scullery Maid. It
A special election Is to be held In
Tennessee today on a proposal to
i hold a constitutional convention to
' alter or revise the constitution of
Evrlusiie agency fr Bojh' l)ub
bplbilt Clothes lias been placed with
K. K. K. Stoic. 4-3t
H. R. H tho Trinco of Wales his
party will Journey today Into western
Ontario, where several days are
I be spent In fishing before the jour
ney westward is resumed.
John D. Rockefeller, who recently
celebrated his 80ht birthday, said
he hoped to live to be 100 years old,
and that then he would just begin to
live. He attributed his good health
to golf and a teaspoonful of olive oil
taken daily. '
BEAU TAKES HER TO
DANCE IN AIRPLANE
With the beginning of school comes
a benso of responsibility on tho part
of parents who realize that children
aro entitled to a good piano and a
chance at Music, as well as book
Wo havo by seveial times the
largest stock In Southern Oregon,
and the beat in high class Pianos a3
well as In good used instruments
Pay cash, or take terms, if ou
EARL SHEPHERD CO.
Pianos Villi olu-s Records
Next door Postofflco. Now Store soon
1SS, , fi,'M :;', Jill f'l I
ii'l Mr 7
SWANSEA, Wales, Sopt. 4. Tho
vacation season Is furnishing nmple
evidence thatSouth Wales, once not
ed because of tho low wages of Us
peoplo, is now enjoying a prosperity
which admits of luxuries for miners
and their famlllos hitherto unknown.
I Colliors who easily make $ 40 a
week even at their seven-hour day,
and steel workers who make $90,
aro much In evidence, (heir partic
ular sport being flying. Some of
them havo been up In tho pleasure
of flying machines half a dozon
times, and every time it costs them
$5.00. Many of them have their
own motorcycles and somo have
uutomoblles, an unlisard (of ex
travagance even in the munition
But tho aristocrat of all work
men about Swansea is the coal
trimmer who works on tho docks
Five of them tllork together and
clearing up $100 each a weok. They
have bo much woik to do that the
best of them frequently have to
sublet thoir turns to lessor puld
men and thus tliey earn mure
while they sleep.
Gonoral cargo workors, loading
and unloading and uuloading ships
easily earn from $40 to $50 a
woek, while foremen who havo a
share In the earnings ol each gang
under them frepuently count $150
for a week's labor.
Contrasted with the wages paid
befoio tho war, tho figures given aro
almost unbelievable for South
Wales was known as one of tho
poorest paid districts oven in Great
limifrM urCXD TLJDI7I? Iiihln nnmalnnu nf n.
WVHV1E.U TTJirtR "HXLiLi """ ul lu moment, in
ciusciy unuain.i For the tiuooUi
string that touchc tho too-tlp whea
YARD BEAD LENGTHS
walking, umbos-, both cloudr inil
clear, wood or cornollan Iimi. ,l
ml. . . . -. iV
luo vuhuu oi cnoaon.
LONDON, Sot. 4
tho bead nocklnco hoa reached the
point whoro women nre buying them ExclunUn uKcnrj for l()a' hA
by tho yard, nnd tho twelve Inch clr- "'" loth has iH-on placed Kith
clot of a fow years ago has given way K K- K "tore. 4.j
to strings nearly threo yards long, .
ondinc in n tajsel which falls below Mohammodans do not wear tilt
he hem of the skirt. As It In tho product of a worm thsrl
Pearls and Jado, tho most dostr- consldor It unclean
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FALL MILLINERY OPENING
Saturday, Sept. 6th
HATS AT POPULAR PRCIES
NOTHING OVER $5.00
Come in and let us show you what we have
Martin's 5, 10, 15, 25c Store
Ed. V. Price nd Itojal Tailored
Suits and Ovcuoats at K. K. K.
bo far as known, Miss Esther '
Butler of Coylon, Minn, village ,
daughter of a prominent 'banker, I
is the first American girl to go to ,
a dance In an airplane. Tho olhor I
evening she accepted an Invltutlon I
from Harold rv iinnnt,i..
turned army aviator, to attend a
social affair In Fairmont. 20 miles
away, and they made the trip In
hht biplane. They landed In inter,
akon Park, Fairmont. aUcndod
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NOTrOE OF SALE OK IRRIGATION
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
cealed proposals will bo received till
tho l lth. day of October. A. I). 1919
at the hour of 8 o'clock in tho even
ing for tho purchase of Forty Thous
and Dollars worth of bonds of the
Fntorprlso Irrigation District of
Klamath County, Oregon. Said
bonds aro to bo dated Novo nbor Irt,
1919 and aro to draw Interest at the
rate of six por cent per annum, Inter
est payable semi-annually upon tho
1st, day of July and tho 1st. day of
January of oach year until tho matur
ity of said bonds.
Said proposals will bo iccelved by
tho Board of Directors of said Irriga
tion District, and should bo direct
ed to tho Secretary of tho Entorprlso
Iirlgatlon District, caro of Charles
J. Ferguson, Loomls Building, Klam
ath Falls, Oregon,
The Board of Directors re?ervo tho
light to roject any or all bids offored.
(J. J. HILYARD,
Secretary of tho Bonrd of Directors
of Enterprise Irrigation District.
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The Wonderful Oriental Extravaganza
j "FAN FAN"
If they expect the Loague to bo a
life raft for tho world they'll have to
quit using It as a political platform.
?an rMi ,. .
Is Better Than "AH Baba"
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