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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 24, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
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To brliiK t$;ollier ttio lnv.t
sIioch of the lit"t American
mnki'r; ( IH IliPin srlrntlfl.
call j tumour fret; to jjhe jou
(lie utim-t of comfort nnrt
inlno in mcrj purchase tills
is our ideal of shoo service.
To i!uo no pains to find
out 3 our needs; to hit a jou
promptly and comtcmisly; to
lcmcdy luNlnkes Itlt genuine
regret for their ucctirrciiro nud
to make luijlutj Mhoes heio n
tine ploAsmo this Is our Ideal
of store service.
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LONDON. Sept. 30. (By Mall).
The Britiuh army was doing some
thing other than fight in the last
year of -the war, according to the
agricultural committee report made
public today. It cultivated 6,658
acres of land 'in the country occu
pied by the home forces aione, and
made a profit of about $60 an acre.
In France thousands of acres
were cultivated by the soldiers, and
vegetables worth no less than $2,-
500,000 were producer.
By irrigation, the army in Mesa-
potamia became self-supporting so
far as vegetables were concerned,
and the grain crop was valued at
The Siloniki army also wns busy
cultivating the soil back of-its lines
and. In addition to harvesting crops
worth some $300,000, saved 52,000
tons of ships which would have oth
erwise been used to carry supplies
to that 'far-off front.
RED CROSS GOODS
EKATERIND9R, Russia, Sept. 1.
(By Courier to Paris, Sept. 18.)
The presidents of the three Cos-
sack states of Terek, Kuban and tho
Don gave a, dinner to Americans
who recently brought into tho Cau
casus three tralnloads or 103
freight cars in all of the American
goods consigned to the Red Cross.
Each of the three presidents refer
red to Russia's ambition to become
j a federation of states patterned aft
er tho American union. "Tho Unit
ed States of Russia," was a favorlto
The supplies are for the hospitals
and assylums to the three Cossack
states and for the volunteer array.
Tho territory of the Cossacks, par
ticularly the remote regions among
tho mountains, have been shut off
from the world market for the past
three years by the Turks on one
side and the Bolshevik! on the other.
BREST, Oct. 24. A few days ago,
according to a story in tho French
papers,' a s trout row occured hero In
which some American soldiers took
part, one of whom was hit by n
revolver bullet. Tho hospital sur
geon took a long time probing tho
wound; but the American stoically
bore tho pain.
"What aro you doing anyway?" ho
"Looking' for the bullet," snld tho
"Why didn't ou say so? I've got
it In my pocket. I took it out my
self," vas the rotorU
Briscoe car $475 at Howio's. Just
giting it away. 24-2t
f -" v THAN
In these days when shoddy goods bring almost the
prices of those worth while, it pays to bo careful buyers.
Now, take our pianos, for' instance; they were all
chosen on account of their tone quality, reliability and
value, for while the average family buys seven automo
biles in a lifetime they generally purchase hut one
The idea that anything is good enough to learn upon,
is a thing of the past, and today the beginner's ear is
cultivated by the best piano tone that the parents can
We have sold over twice as many plans this Fall as
usual, but still have a good stock to select from.
You may purchase for cash or terms, so why not look
"them over anyhow?
EARL SHEPHERD CO.
Quality Instruments Living Frlces
507 Main Htrcct
'The Border Legion" Is
Virile Western Drama
At tho Star theater tonight, "Tho
Border Legion," a vivid plcturlza
tfon )f Zano Groy's widely read
Btory, starring Blancho Bates and
Holiart Bosworth, and acclaimed by
New York newspapers, and picture
gcers as tho most virile drama of
tho year, will be presented by Qold-
wyn at tho Star theater tonight.
Briscoe car $475 at'Howte's. Just
giving it away. 24-2t
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR SALE Good work team, wag
on and harness, $150. Inquire at
City Milk Depot. 24-2t
WANTED TO BUY Bug runabout
Inquire Klamath Record Office
FOR SALE Two good milch cows
and ono four year old horse 1550
pounds, sound, broke and gontlo,
cheap. O. Wabbles, one mile cast'of
Lost Klvor (ljm. 24.2t
WANTED A place for a boy of 9 in
country. Mbther employed. Ad
dress Box W, Herald. 24-3t .
THESE CHILLY DAYS
Call for a change of wearing apparel. And you
want to outfit yourself ,
AS REASONABLE AS POSSIBLE
consistent with good merchandise. Good warm un
$1.75 UP FOR UNION SUITS
And bear in mind, your tailored suit costs no more,
and sometimes less, than ready-to-wear these days.
"Fair Prices and Good Merchandise" is my motto.
N. B. DREW
Briscoe car $475 at Howio's. Just
giving it away. 24-2t
Here's an "Anisrlpnn Tlnv" flhnn
made for American School Boys.
It has a high too and is a nobby
"American Boy" Shoes aro made
by the men who make the Nunn
Bush men's dress shoes. That
means they have real men's shoo
stylo and quality.
You boys will like thorn hecauso
they look -so stylish, your moth
ers hecauso they look so sturdy,
and Dad hecauso they cost so' lit
tle compared to tho wonr you can
got from a pair.
We carry a completo lino of Boys'
and Children's Shoos and Hos
iery, Our prices are most reasonable
on account of our low font store.
"LEADINQ SHOE STORE"
Constantly Incoming New Modes in Fall and Wirttc
Suits of Authentic Styli
convincingly demonstrating the apparel
supremacy of the Woman's Store
In tho knowledge that stylo excellence Is nlwnyn couplml with iiiall(y f
un(iulHtlonulilo, Ilea tho fullest imjoymuiit of choosing your Tall Hull lmro "i
Tailored and Demi-Tailored Models
season's favored nuvtoilnlH Trlrotluo. llromlrloth, Pronch Surpi
ii'd Nou'lty Kahrlc, iiuliodliiK mun-tftllonxl dotalls and linn hniul
nulMhlng nothing Is loft to bo deslrod In tho nmttor of trimming, for ihoy
in o designed ami miulo by skilled artlHts. HpluiuMd rtmdlnoHH (o incut i!oiy
suit uoud Is oxumpllllud In our splendid collodion, ranging In ptlcu from '
jio.oo, in.m, yao.oo, 900.00 up to 97.1.00
A Delayed Shipment of Smart
NEW. CLOTH COATS
Luxuriously Lovely and Warm
It acorn as though tho good thlngH como to thoso
who wait, which Is a very unusual thing In tho matter
of choosing apparel Ono of tho best manufacturers
of flno wraps front whom ho inako oxtomdvo pur
chases, wan groatly delayed in filling our ordor. To
morrow it will bo tho good fortuno of those who lwivo
not purchased, to choose from some of the vary smart
est of the season's stylos. Included dro rich Velours,
Sllvortones, Broidcloths and flno Noxelty Mlxturoa in
tho season's popular shades. Priced vory modestly at
15.00, 90O.O0, 903.00 nml up to 9H3.00
Many Beautiful Now l'luhh Conts
Home fur trimmed ht 90.00 to 9100.00
Our Display of New
offers Unusual Advantages of Selection
Especially when our popular Dross Soctloit can an
nounce that Its displays excel all previous efforts In
tho number of styles us well ns In tho loveliness of
them carotul consideration bolng given to tho stylo
rouulsltos of ovory type of woman, slender or of stout
figure. Many smart now moduls now shown In Trlco
tlno, French 'Sorgo. Panama, Reindeer, Satfn, Ooor
gotto, Cropo do Chlnu and Velvet, ut
910.50 up to 970.00
Bewitchingly Smart Blouses
' a profusion of the Season's
It Is hero that you wilt find blouses
that fully express your hlghosi Ideals of
btouso beauty, and It Itf hero that ono may
indulge one's .tasto freely, secure In tliu
knowledge of stylo correctness.
Handsome ntoclols of nheor, hut bounti
fully firm Georgette, flno quality Cropo do
Chines and Mash Satins, sotuo with clevor
ploatod frills othora handsomely embroi
dered or beaded. Knch represents tho ut
most in vnluo at the vary conservative
price markings wo have glvou thoin.
90.50 to 918.00
mouses that for eierr
day ttoar meet lh re
qulromunts of witmtk
nnd nice style. Especiil.
ly iloslrablo (or school
ucar. Of fine, 1IU00I
nay Dluo flannel, vita
pockets, cuffs and collar
trimmed with tMte
brnlil. Sizes 11 to II
95.00 (0 SO 00
The Most Beautiful
95.00 to 91400
You'll delight In the se
lection of a petticoat froa
tins coiorim collection m
plain colors and smart o
Plaited flounces, rofW
and novolty flounces, 'Fit
rite" Petticoats wltn elas
tic, Instantly fltlln aW
hands. Tlio materials are
flno Jersoy and Taffeta, m
In somo moaeis me
nation of tho two.
You Must Sets These
New Velvet Bagi
Thoy'ro very smart !'
.1 1 .. n.l nnr HliDlir 01-
fors good selection. TW
art. In brown, nary, Mac
onil taupe, with ltteJ
?r self .naterUl hand
Some are nasvv --
lined, otners ".'"'""r'
ly olabornto. rn
$:l,50 to 115.00
Exceptionally Good Offers in Dependable , Weil-Made
' Dianxeis, omroriers ana ruiows
Th'cso prices should servo as an inducement
Full Size Comforters $5.00
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Wanted bod coverings nt prlcos thut, In each case aro not to bo duplicated oruers piaceuw (lj
mmiu uuiirvi biiuw u uuciuuu iifcruuse in price,
wise und thrifty. '
' . Good Cotton Blankets $4.00
Of good-grado staplo cotton In either tan with
pink border or grey with blue border. Slzo 04x76
inches. Special value.
Plaid Cotton Blankets $500
A vory good grado cotton blankot In grey and
pink plaid. Size 66x80 Inches. Splendid valuo
"Woolnap" Blankets $7.00
A flno cotton blanket with tho doslrahlo wool
finish. In pink, tan, bluo and groy plaids. Slzo
60x70 inches. v
Highest, Yuullty AIMVool Ulankctn '
912.50, 914.00 and 913.00
.... .1-..1.I0 xnriled, Co'-
Of solectod, pure couo i, "; . , -iiW
orod with pretty morcuruwu ...
fnmfnrrerB. Special $6.50
oin..in..i iiwnnrwnil" mnlto. Filled wl.'
i-.i ,l,l. .ar,tnil rnttnil folt. Figured 8
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Beautiful Comforters $9'
Puro, double-carded, cotton ""J will
and carbonlzod. Covering of flno uw
borders of solid bluo or pink.
23x28 Inch Select I Vat her Filled
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ZANE GREY'S GREAT STORY
"THE BORDER LEGION
a i j f ! lawless wet m
days of 49 -
PRICES 15 Cents and
Men's Togs Only
Cor. Sixth and Main
727 Muln St.