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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON,
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. &r cmSS We wish to thank the Klamath Public for their loyal patron ago at our Saturday Harvest Sale. Wopropured for and expected I
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$'. -Xjtl W$E&nWiWMk6 . ''Good Clothing and Footwear'' that will tickle your pocketbook prices that will beat the present "High Cost of Dressing" t JX
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following Harvest Specials
Men's Fine Tnn Calf, army last Shoes. Regular $8.00.
Harvest Price ; $4.45
Men's Heavy'Cotton Lewis Union Suits. Harvest Price $1.85
Men's Natural Grey Wool Shirts and Drawers. Regular
x i," . $4.50 the suit. Harvest Price $2.85
'h J Boys' $10.00 Mackinaws, "Dubbelbilt and Patrick Makes. r
fi Harvest Price $7.25
' ) a Men's Whale-Back, Patrick and Shed Rain, Logger Shirts
i. ,' Tan, grey plaids and mixed colors. Values up to $15.
"" . t Harvest Price. ... $9.85
Tan and Black Fibre Suit Cases, good size, strapped. Reg
ular $3.50. Harvest Price $2.00
We are advertising nothing but merchandise at prices b.elow the present wholesale cost and this is your opportunity to
save. So watch and take advantage of these big Harvest Sales' prices at '
K K K STORE, Leading Clothiers and Hatters
BELGRADE, Oct 1", (By Mail)
Serbia Is on it's feet again. The peo
ple have recovered from the immed
iate effects of the war. The crops
this year are exceptionally good
There- Js now plenty of food in the
country. There" is, however, a
shortage of clothing, shoes and fab
rics of all kinds. Fanning imple
ments and machinery of every var
iety also are much needed.
doctors and certain essential medi
cines, hut this need gradually Is be
ing met by tho American Red Cross
physicians, who have established
free dispensaries and clinics at many
Reports frequently go out from
Serbia that tho country still is in
dire need. The writer, who has trav
ersed tho whole country and in
vestigated conditions among the
population. Is in a position to say
these statements are groundless.
Thero is poverty in tho country, to
be sure, but it is a poverty that Is
chronic to Serbia, as It Is to most
other Balkan countries. There will
always be a small percentage of peo
ple who, either because of disability
or Indifference, do not work nnd
who become charges on tho public.
Tho flour sent In by Uie United
Thn nhvslpjil cnnHIMnn nt tho non.
pie Is excellent. In some of thestates Food Administration, the
remoter districts there Is lack of,looa. cioming and medicines given
by tho American Red Cross, tho gen
erous contributions of tho Surbian
Relief Fund, nnd the unending aid
of the British relief societies, has
put tho people in n condition of
health and comfort scarcely known
It is probable Serbia will bo able
this year to export a part of its flno
cereal crops. Tho rich Bannt region
which was wrested from Austria hn3
produced ono of tho greatest crops
ot corn and wheat In its history
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR SALE nt n bargain the follow
' Ing second hand cars: 2 1IU
Ilea's in good condition, $850. each;
1 191G Ford touring car J3G0.;
2 Studobakers, It pussungor SSfil).,
nnd JlOfro. C. U McWilllnms,
115? Main. Phono 169. 17tf
LOST 2 Lincoln rams, registration
car tag, also VX doz. ewes, brand
ed double ' bar or garden rako.
Liberal reward, Tom Now ton, Klim-
sm f ..,, -,... ii.i ...in i.J nth Falls. 17-Jt
ww.ttw u. iuu cuuiiiiuua jiuiu nil. uu
sent to other countries In trade for
coal, oil and other needed articles
JsVts. ilA.,. ii.
A money-maker and hard work saver for land riMrm nt w .,,
contractors. One man can move it from cut to cut Staple and reliable:
I Hundreds in atBHtmrthnll.!L m.nnntlnn,.fn.n.j.4.i .C- . XTiZ Arr"":
mn milli niu. feX" " . TT' -' wik. las u. r. motor will
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Mrs. Estello Carrier celebrated
her birthday, by inviting a number
of specially selected friends to Join
her In a chicken dinner at the White
Pelican hotel on Tuesday, Armistice
Day. The guests were Mr. and Mrs.
McReynoIds, Miss Maria McMillan,
R. E. Smith.
and Mr., and Mrs
LOST OR STOLEN My Choaso
peuko dog, 8 months old, very
large for ago. Answers to namo of
"Dane". Rides running bonrd ot
car. W. A. Dolzell. 17-3t ,
ROOM TO RENT 237
mtcri.T. J.'Willw. Cm, Ore.
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OF HAND BOMBS
Now is the time when the
Are Storing Their Potatoes
Apples and Onions
to await the rise in prices
that is sure to come. The
wisest of these wise ones are
taking advantage of the ex
cellent facilities and low
prices offered at the Klam
ath Valley Warehouse and
Forwarding Co. There is
still some room left. Get in
while the getting is good.
Klamath Valley Warehouse
;t and Forwarding Co.
Delivery of 15,000,000 hand grenades
to the Treasury Department to be con
verted Into savings banks for the stim
ulation of thrift and sales of War Sav
ings Stamps has been held up by the
War Department and contract's which
the. War Department had with the
Treasury Department for supplying
the grenades 'were cancelled, accord
ing to a telegram received from Wash
ington by C. A. Farnsworth, associate
director of the War' Loan Organization
Jn the -Twelfth Federal Reserve Dis
trict ' No reason was given for can
cellation of contract beyond the fact
that the War Department has "deter
mined that JJje distribution of "band
grenades xas souvenirs should be" dis
continued."" '. The grenades In question, known as
Mills bombs No. 11, were ready for
shipment to the American forces In
France when the armistice was signed.
At the request of the Treasury Depart
ment the -War Department agreed to
turn these banks over to the Treasury
Department for conversion Into savings
banks, and immediately upon an
nouncement that they would be dis
tributed to the purchasers of War Sav
ings Stamps and Treasury Savings
Certificates, millions of orders flooded
In. In the Twelfth Federal Reserve
District alone hanks and trust com
panies through which the grenades
were to be awarded bad ordered nearly
100,000 of the souvenirs. These and
all other orders throughout the nation
will have to be cancollod.
In its telegram to Farnsworth the
Treasury Department stated that Cer
tificates of" Achievement signed by
Secretary Glass will be awarded In
stead of the grenades to all school
children who worked during the vaca
tion to obtain a bank and who bought
enough War Savings Stamps to entitle
them to grenades.
Among actors thero Is u general
superstition thai whistling on tho
stage during rehearsals is suro to
mean a "frost" on tho first night of
a production. In operatic circles
the presence of a yellow clarinet In
the orchestra Is enough to glvo tho
leading vocalists fits, for Its failure
According to tradition, the whole
bed of tho sea betweon Cuba and
Porto Rice is strown with ships la
den with gold, silver and gems. Kvor
since tho 18th century, in fact, a
whole Spanish flee, with cargoes of
sliver has been embedded thero.
Thanks to tho efforts of tho vari
ous lilblo societies, thero is scarcely
a nation or tribe an the earth today
whichcannot read the Scriptures In
a language known to it.
Canada, is equal In size to tho
United States and Mexico, hut has
a population less than that in tho
three cities' of Now York, Chicago
Tickets for Madame Zarad concert
on salo at the Uonbonloro. "it
Among the people of the south
isle of Aran, off the coast of Ire
land, there is an odd belief that ill
luck Is sure to "follow If a mother
sews the first garments for her off
spring. The garments for tne little
j one must come from a distance, and
are the coarsest makeshift possible,
The oldest rags are considered to
be the safest as a preventative
against any sort of evil. .
Tickets for Madame ZaraH concert
on sale at the Bonboniero. It
A. F. FlUpatrlck, of Modoc Point,
Is In tho city on mattor.s of bURlnoxs.
11. L. Uolgnto, district counsuf of
the United Status UoclimuUlim iior
vlcu, left this morning for Medford.
Reginald Vohm, of Merrill, left
this morning for Sacramonto, whom
hi) expects to npoiul the wlr.ter.
Mrs. O- P. WootlH. of-i Odessa, on
tho Upper Klamath l.ako. Ih visiting
In town today.
Fnutk Hoover, of Chlloquln, Is
purchasing supplies In tho FnlU to
day. II. I.i. Andarson of Illy, as nLio
O. (. Olvnn of tho xumti community
Is transacting business at the
county Hoat today. .
II. V. Rodlsch, who Is interested
In tho Chlloquln lumber mill, Is nt
tho county scat on matters of
Oeorgo Trnmol, who Is operating
his father's ranch In tho Valley was
transacting business at tho co inty
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Martin of
this city left this morning for
various points in California to spend
George A. Haydon left this morn
ing for Gllroy, California , being
culled there by tho Illness of his
Mrs. Townsend, formerly owner
of tho Townsend Flats of this city,
loft for Texas this morning, whoro
sho will visit relatives and friends
Harrison Drown, prominent resi
dent of tho Klamath Indian Reser
vation, was attending to Important
business, nt tho county seat Satur
II. R. Solomon and W. K. Drown
of San Francisco, and Rny Miller of
Portland, nro among tho recent
nrrivnls registered nt tho White.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G Hugolstoln,
formerly ot Algoma, who have boon
spending the wcok end In Klamath
Falls, loft this morning to roturn
to their homo in Dorris.
C. F, Swander, who has been hero
for some tlmo In tho Interest of tho
local church budget and mission
work In general, loft for Coos Val
ley this morning, whoro ho will con-
tinuo his work.
B lwv . A Srwm
Are You "Down and Out?"
Did you know that'whon It comes to flgurlm? out tot
Tight Christmas present for onrh member of the fmllr
most muu mopD around In n dnrk'hrown study and thon
finish In disgust by buying tho wrong thing?
Well! This Ih generally tho caso. but thero are pres
ents Hint are equally as good for all tho members from
baby up to grundmothur.
Tnko a good Vlctrola or Plnyer-plnno for Instance
why. tlioy bring plonmiro mid educate In music st the
Whim In doubt ronlomber, buy music for Chrlitmn.
Convenient terms If necessary.
Earl Shepherd Co.
Strictly One Business Music
New Store, 507 Main St
ONE DISMISSED, TWO
HELD FOR ASSAULT
Tickets for Madamo Zarad concert
on salo at tho Bonbdnloro. It
IHG DOUBLE KILL
"MRS LKKFINGWKLIfJ. IJOOTB"
SUNDAY.. AND MONDAY
"THE' THIRD DEGREE"
Two Reels of Good Comedy
CAR6 OF TIfANKH
I wish to express my heartfelt
gratltudo to tho dear frlonds for tho
sympathy' and kindness shown mo In
my boreavemont, and for tho' many
MRS, L. F. WILLBTS.
After hearing of tho evidence In
tho action of tho Pooplo against John
Flodcn, Tom Mlllott and Alec Par-
deau, charged with a statutory of
fense against Mrs. Anna Worth, Jus
tlco Chapman dismissed tho charge,
against all defendants and ordered
tholf ro-arrest on a charge of as
sault und battery against tho com
plaining witness. On motion of H.
M. Mnnnlng, uttornoy for tho de
fendants, tho uhsuuU churgo against
Mlllott was then dismissed, frooing
him entlroly, '
Hearing of Flodon nnd Pardoau
on tho nssault charge bogan this aft
ernoon at a o'clock. It wuh stipu
lated that testimony tuken In tho
ilrst hearing wduld bo admitted In
tho assault case. This testimony in
cluded a statement by Mrs. 'Worth
that Pardoau struck her and that
Flodon oncouragod tho attack.
In tho Circuit Court of the 8UU of
Orogon, for Klamath County.
In tho Matter of the Petition of thi
Uoard of Directors of the Lu
goll Valloy Irrigation District cf
Klamath County .Oregon, my
Ing that All of the ProteedlMi
In Connection with the Ontw
cation of Said District, and th
Proceedings of the Board of
rectors, and of the Bald Dlitrlet
Providing for and Authorlilw
tho Issue and Bale' of Bonds of
Sold District. May Be Kjimlned.
Approved and Confirmed by
Court. , ,, ,,
To tho Lnngoll Vnlloy Irrigation Dis
trict and to All Freeholders, i
gal Voters and Assessment W
ors within Said "Wrl'': ,..
tho obove ontltlod court hu KM
tho hour of 2 o'clock p. ra., oi w
22nd day of Decomper, . ":
and tho Cquuty Court Hon
TULK LAKE HOMESTEAD
ENTERTAINS I-'IU ENDS
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TUESDAYS AND SATURDAYS
Roland Watt celebrated his
birthday In Vfntting mannor on
Armistice Day, by giving a dlnnor
to a select company of frlonds In
vited ' for that occasion. Those
present wero Miss Alice McCourf,'
Miss Twyla Head,' W, J. Moore,
Goraldlne Watt, and Mr, and Mrs.
R..' Watt, All had a delightful 'time.
InUganda the average cost of a
wlfo is four bulls, a box of cart
ridges and six sowing needles.
Mr. and Mrs. RHoy and son
Charles, spent tho wook end with
Mr. and Mrs, Crandal
Tom Newton was
section Ttiosday. "
A fnrowoll party was Klvon Mr.
and Mrs. Lostor Holbrook and
family last Thursday ovonlng. -A
pleasant ovonlng was spent at tbolr
homo, Mr. and Mrs. Holbrook aro
moving to Klamath Falls.
E. K. Elliott has movod'(bls family
to town for'the wlntor. 'Mr. Caton
and family havo moved into tho
Elliott house. ' '
A surprise party was given Miss
Bhaffor and Miss Whipple, teachers
of' the Shasta View school, Friday
evening, Each one present brought
some gift, with an appropriate
poomi A Jolly ovenlng was spent
with tho young ladles and qulto n
donation was brought thorn. I
Uamath County, ur.i, - --.
Imo nnd place for the "?
tho petition of the iioara v. -
lors of tho Lnngoll VaWmjg
tlon District of Klamath Conatr.
Oregon, which petition ha. bg
With the Clerk of tho ClrjnttOWJ
of tho State of Oregon for KW
County, and which "
prays that the above entUled gj
will oxamlno Into a.tBiPorisni
Ings in connection with IW I
zatlon of tho Langoll VW Wj.
.it. ni. -lc nnd all tD0 .prS.
ings providing f1j,SrWft
tho Issuanco and sale of w
of said district. . th9 w.
lol. j Any porson inior- valley I''
a visitor I. biA!iS&
ings for tho wttdt,lJepfwMS
beads may, w"hlD h" lJr said1 1"
by law demur to or iWjr beret4
tltlon and contest matters
contained. kiuhod 'purM?1
This notice Is P"'fff "ifocri
to an ordor niado bytt'TO,
D. V. Kuykondnl. JudKeoftM
cult Court of the State o j .
for Klamath County, made wa
red on tho 12th WA,.
A. D. xuiw. .,irt Of "f
Clerk of the Circuit Jwgj.
State oi w- - .
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Tickets 'for Madame fV8B ,t
on salo at'tbo fQ" , , '
'Buy music this ChrUtmM."