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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 22, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Hiinta CI turn linn placed In thin
Htoro Uio largest Toyland In
Klnmatli Fulls, featuring all tins
newest mid Into Toys of Games,
Hooks, Kiddy Kara, Sammy Kara,
Mechanical ToyH, Soldlor Games,
Toy Guns, Toy Army Munitions,
ami thousands upon thouaanda of
othor glftH that will delight tho
heart of tho youugstor.
(H, CHRISTMAS vTti
A G I F T-lrom The Golden Rule
Assures the recipient -that quality and stylishness are very correct that the article itself cannot
be bettered that the giver has selected from the choicest variety of goods.
Wool Crib Blankets, In whlto, pink
and bluo, with fancy horde. Sizes
36xE0 and 43x60; priced modoratoly.
In our Home Furnishing Depart
ment you can And tho largest and
most complete lino ,of Comfortors,
Illankotfl, otc. Thoy mako Ideal
Xmas gifts aa woll aa uaoful oneH.
Imporl Comforters, In holiday boxes,
97.no. All In dainty colors and pat
terns. lllanketa of ovory description, In cot
ton, wool and woolnap, In grey,
brown and whlto, from fl.93 to
Comfortors In many pattorns and
colors from 811.05 up.
Wo nlso havo a largo assortment of
Pillows from 91.00 up to 98.00.
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Mr - '"J Iff oT rFH
A Silk CAMISOLE
for a Gift
Never before haa Santa Claus
placed together Into one great
Toyland so many Dolls of all the
different makes and kinds, manu
factured by leading American toy
makers and originated by men
who do nothing else than to cre
ate ideas in Toys and Dolls for
Kiddles. Included in thla large
stock we have all tho newest Doll
Buggies In wicker, metal and
many makes which are exactly aa
the baby carriage.
What gift would capture the heart of the recipient quicker than Luggage which will give serv
ice and has the lasting qualities? Our immense line gives the Christmas shopper a variety to
pick from while the pickings are .very modest.
Open Evenings Until Christmas
Bags & Jewelry
Wo hnvo an oxcollont lino of Ladles' Vanity lings,
Hand Ilaga and Jewelry, Hag Tops In Dull Silver,
llnby'H Gold I'lno, Ilroorhes, Ear Kings, Dress Sets,
llenuty Pins, I.lngorlo 1'lnH In gold and silver.
VANITY HAdS In real leather und alligator In
brown, tan, black and mahogany.
HAND HAGS with silver and beaded tops, In silk
und velvet. Thcso aro very appropriate.
'WE BUY AND SELL FOR CASH: THAT'S WHY WE SELL FOR LESS"
411-413-415 MAIN STREET
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
A wonderful variety of extra fine
Petticoats have arrived and we are
pleased to say that they are the best
we have ever had the opportunity
to offer to the public. Many new
and dainty shades In the latest
styles that will capture the hearts
of the well dressed woman. We
call attention to the fact that these
will make splendid and practical
gifts and you will do well' to pur
chase one for yourself. The pric
ings are very modest and will suit
xceptional offerings in Women's Men's and Chil
dren's Handkerchiefs. Women's, and Misses' sheer
white linen Handkerchiefs, with dainty embroid
ered designs in corner. Finished and rolled edges.
Priced 3 for 75c.
Novelty Handkerchiefs, that will appeal to the
younger women, in dainty colored borders and i
novelty stripes. These are very popular this sea
Handkerchiefs for Men and Boys and Children's
Nursery Handkerchiefs, with fancy figures, lBc.
Others In stamped prints, from 5c up.
in thn wnv of commercial achieve
ment, nro going to move ifn entire
Industry tho garment trade em
ploying thousands of workers and
millions of capital and housed In
hundreds of buildings from one sec
tion of Now York to another, tho
movement, known as tho 'Savo Fifth
nr vnnir ni. 18 Tliinlnnaq Avenue project, biuiicu oo.u.u.
of this mo'tropol'ls, who aro at-years ago and has just now assumed
doing something extraordinary jtangluio rorm.
N. Y. GARMENT
,. WORKERS MOVE
WHEN A WORKING MAN
wants an overall he usually selects from the best
ones those that are going to give him the service. In
our stock we take pride in telling him that the over
all of today is none other than the Famous Ironalls,
which are all that the name implies. Made from
heavy material in full cut and high back. They are
roomy and never bind, with front swinging pockets
and two hip pockets; also the patented never-lose-your-rule-or-pliers
pocket. We have them in all
DON'T SAY OVERALL WHEN ASKING FOR
Tnttivi, cui oai
Sold exclusively nt our storo
"I ain't mad at nobody"
Factories which havo long despoll-
ed part of America's most xamous
shopping thoroughfare, scores of
pd to join the movement as its prac
ticality and wisdom are demonstrated.
We are offering for" the Holiday
Trade the Finest and Most
Exclusive Line 01
Novelties and Fancy Stationery
oi tr shown In KUnulh I "Us-
nimirro DDIMTING S. QTATIflNFRY C 'V 7
126 Mam St.
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them, within a few months will havo
packed up bag and baggage and
transferred their activity to another
area of Manhattan west of Seventh
avenue from 30th to 39th Street
there to establish the garment cen
tre of tho United States.
Fifth avenue for years has borne
tho reputation of being the city's
best residential street, the downtown
section being devoted to retail shops
of high and most diversified types.
Into this region of imposing busi
ness buildings and exclusive mer
chants, as time went on, the cloak
and suit manufacturers, made their
way. Soon tho sewing machine bade
fair to eliminate tho yardstick. .Am
erica's promenade of elite trade and
style was being transformed into a,
factory district whore noon and clos
ing hour whistles vied with llmous
Ino motor horns.
These cloak and suit manufactur
ers, however, most of them patriotic
Americans and Jealous of the wel
fare of New York, got together and,
co-oporatlng with a group of men
-known as the "Save New York Com
mittee," formulated plans for the
erection of factory buildings In a
less exclusive section of tho city.
Carrying tho Idea of co-operation
still further they purchased many
pieces of real estato, totalling 92,000
squnro feet In the Seventh nve'nuo
section, nnd havo obtained options
on 102,000 square feet mora.
Plans now contemplate tho con
struction of four cooperative factory
buildings of sixteen stories each
with a combined floor spaco of 1,
i 00,0 00 squnro foot at a yearly ren
tal cost of approximately $700,000
about 50 conts a squnro foot as
against $2. GO a square root wmen
many of the manufacturers are now
paying. Tho men interested In the
project estimate a saving of not less
than $3,000,000 a year In rent alone
and other similar economies, they
say will "effectively slash tho high
cost of living ns regards womens
j garments." A reduction of from ?1
! to $7.25 per garment will bo pos-
slblo, thoy say, as a roault of tho
i stoppago of lnflutqd rents. Sixty
garments manufacturers with an an
nual output valued at $050,000,000
j 'nro to begin tho now venture and
other lines of trailo nro to oo inyii- aaaaaaaa
Cold, colder, coldest! Yes. we
have had some real winter weather
and are glad, to see It moderate a
A. Switzerj delivered some fat
hogs in Klamath Falls a few days
Geo. Ager has moved his sheep
home from the valley where he has
been pasturing them.
Hauling wood Is the order of the
day throughout the community now
Mr. Munford was a business caller
ii the county seat Saturday from
Grandma Rutherford is improving
rapidly from her cold.
Geo. Shell is building a big sled
for hauling in his winter's supply of
Geo. Heavilln purchased a large
logging team a few days ago.
Mrs. C. G. Hunt and two daugh
ters were shopping in Klamath Falls
The Heavilln brothers spent Sun
day at home with their folks. It be
ing Milton'ss eighteenth birthday.
Milton TiHeavllln and C. G. Hunt
are hauling in some logo for wood
H. A. Talbot Is advocating the
sila improvement very strongly. He
believes it a very good investment
ftn ''''ft BbHHB
nis5i2H slow to wit
QUICK TO OBT
Xmas sale of Boys' "Dubbelbilt" Suits and Overcoats. What
better gift can you give the boys than a "Dubbelbilt" Suit or Over
coat? Special until Xmas:
Any Regular $14.75 Suit or Overcoat $11.75
Any Regular $16.75 Suit or Overcoat $13.75
Any Regular $18.75 Suit or Overcoat $15.75
There are twenty reasons why Boys' "Dubbelbilt" Clothes are bet
ter. Take advantage of these special prices.
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