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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 9, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Thursday, nKOTttmr-m, o, inao.
WINNKMVCCA, Nov., Doc. D. A
. 9 I '
Quality A Usefulness
Arc combined in gifts purchased at the Stdr Drug Store.
Useful gifts arc gifts Worth while.
Vest I'uckot Koilnk with rnplil rectilinear
lens, fltn (ho vest pocket 9IO.nH
1A Kodak Jr. with rnplil rectilinear Ions
tokos pictures 2V4 hy 4 V Inches 9-o.oa
1A Kodak Jr. with nnnstlKinat lens, F.
7, 7 .. SSflJlft
2U Koilnk Jr. with rapid ructlllnonr Ion,
lakes picture 274 liy 474 Incite ? ii'J.lt I
2U Kodak Jr. with anastlgmat Ions, F.
7, 7 9UH.2'J
3A Koilnk Jr. with rapid rectilinear torn,
takes picture 3 . by 614 Incite .....92l.nl
3A Kodak Jr. with anastlgmat Icnn, F,
7. 7 -.9:10.0a
3 A Kodak with anastlgmat Jem F 7.7 f.'i.l.!ll
3A Kodak Special with anastlgmat lens, F
( 3. fitted with Optimo iihuttitr, maximum
prod 1-300 second, and rango finder. 97S.OI
Alliiilm, leather and cloth hlndlng....OOc to 9.rw
"Symphony, the ultimata In stationery."
Symphony Cliarmo .. 91.no to 9l.no
flyinphony I.nwn ... .............. 91.no to 9-1.00
lllvleira Linen 91.no lo 9S.no
Hymphony Antdiuo... ......9l.no to 9u.no
Cascade I.lnen 70c to 91.30
Ixrd llaltlmoro I.lncn .........00c lo 9l.no
Autoitrop Kits, containing rator, lather
brush and shaving stick ...97.no and 10.00
Autoitrop Itazors M.oo mm! 9a.n0
Gillette Itazors..... ... 9n.OO and $0.00
Ocm and 'Kvorready Itazors 91.00
lenders and Keen Kuttor Itazors .91.00
(lenco lllado Ilazurs 92.no, $ilMi and 9.1.00
Fountain Pen Gifts
"A thine of usefulness and
Alt gold Tompolnt, safely typo..
Sterling Silver Cases .
Itegulsr pent with gold band
Kversharp Pencils ...... . .
a Joy forever."
.9M.00 and 910.0(1
44.00 and 9M.OO
,9I.A0 to 93.no
.91.00 III 9ISI.00
AIkj Waterman and Conklln Fountain
HPT lr& Fifth
rn 'in '"nrygtWySS
Cnrn Nome, "thn alluring perfuino." Hot
contain poudrn do talc, Kau do Toll-
otto, I'urfiim and pomlro (In Illz 910.00
Cara Noma Pnrfum .. 9 :Jim
Cara Nomn Kau do Tollotto ..- - 9 fl.no
Cara Noma Hachut ....... 9 11.00
Jontool, In sots, containing cold croam,
tomblnatlon cream odor, Kaco I'owdor and
odor concentrated ,. .... 9 HJH
Odor Jontool In satin box .9 .1.00
.Marin, In thn big red box. Contain soup,
parfumo, toilet water, talcum, face1 powder
and rougu fragrant, with Mavli I'erfume....9 0.50
llouquot Itatnno sots, consisting of aachut
two cukes noap, toilet wator and porfumo....9 7.00
Cutox Manlcura Beta .. ...... .9 IJJO nnd 9 n.OO
I'orfumpK In gift boxen 00c to 9 4.00
DevllhUa rorfumlxnr and dropper bottlea,
cut and prcsucd Klas...........9I.OO to 910.09
Hom fc IUxk fituffcit animals nnd rag dolls
rabbits, duck cats, etc ..... ....fc (i 97.U.1
Teddy Hoars . T....L..9 JtJW
Vamps L. 9 I .OS
Knwplcs . 92.75 to 9 7.2S
llaby Klla Dolls...... f3c to 9 n.3
Hcgular r)olU.......................7Sc to 910.00
Tho chocolates with tho wonderful centers."
Llggutt's Debut Package. .
1 pound 92.00
3 pounds .. ....9-1.00
3 pounds ....... ...90.00
Llggett's Original Package
1 pound .............................f l.J3
2 pound . 9SJS
3 pou nds ...... 94.09
U POUtlUI M,MMOHlMtHt HMiOtOO
Llggetl's Elect Package.
1 pound 91.75
3 pound ....................'..........93.50
3 pound .. M...M.....MMM.U....... .....93.00
movo for tho nbollshmcnt of tho No
vndo state tax commission and somo
othor commissions at tho coming scs
slon of tho legislature, nnd for dras
tic reductions In stnto oxponscs has
beon atarted by tho Nevada live stock
association, which mot hero recent
ly. W. C, Notewaro, an expert on
land values nnd taxes, said tho legis
lature would bo presented with n bal
an co sheet showing that ranchers and
llvo stock raisers cannot contlnuo In
business at tho present rata of tax
ation and tho present prices thoy re
ceive, Notawaro Is preparing a table
which will bo presented to tho leg'
Islature, showing how taxes have out
grown production whllo at tho same
.tlrno tho stato's population has de
creased In tho last ton years.
J. Shcehan, state senator-elect, and
W. A. Drown, assomblyman-elcct, ex
pressed themselves as In accord with
tho llvo stock association, Shcehan
saying ho believed a cut of 50 per
cent could bo made In state ex-1
penses without affecting tho efficien
cy. Deferring to the plan to build a
now prison, Sheehan said:
"With a population of only 77,
000 they must think wo are all crim
inals If wo build a now prison."
STAR DRUG CO.
MKK OK HAUMNK KTL'DIKI)
UNIVERSITY OF OIIEGON, Ku
gono, Dec. 9. Does tho sardlno lead
an adventurous llfo or does ho find
his existence muddy, stalo and un
profitable? This question will bo
answered by Harlan Holmes, a sen
ior In the xoology department of the
University of Oregon, who has ac
cepted on offer from the fish and
gamo commission of California to de-
fvelop tho life history of the sardlno
In his laboratory work.
Be Future Fuel
PIlHiADKM'HIA, Doc. 0. -Dr.
Charles A. Stolnmotx, electric "wiz
ard of Schcnoctndy," bcllovcs It will
bo Illegal to build a flro In tho lim
its of cltlols of futuro, which will
bo smokoloss nnd dilutions. Ho mado
this prediction at a dinner of tho
Hala-Cynwyd neighborhood cluh In
this city. Ho painted a word picture
of a presont-dsy city In tho throes
of nn "oloctrlclty strike" and showod
how a city doponds on oloctrlclty In
transportation nnd manufacturing.
"Dut," said Dr. Btelnmetz. "Al
though wo aro absolutely dependent
on our electricity today wo havo still
only begun to uso It.
"In the city, present methods of
manufacture will bo replaced with
electrical mothods. Tho proaont city
with Its dust and smoka will bo un
known. It .-will bo against the law to
have a flro In tho city limits. 1.1 fo
then will bo worth living In cities,"
PllOI'OHKH TO 3IAKK IXMN8
KOIl FAUMKIltt KAKIKIt
x 1 skS. ij(tf T
and Main Streets
(Dy Associated Press)
WASHINGTON. Dec. 3. A bill
Introduced by Senator Hitchcock. to
day proposes that the earnings of the
federal reserve banks this year, total
ling approximately $70,000,000,
should be mado available 'for loans
to farmers to case the situation
brought about by falling prices.
II MrBBBBll I Ml II II
II IIIHf 1 m nil
1X4 Y S
Law Can't Touch
TOMDSTONE, Arlx., Dec. 9. Al
though Arizona has an antl-gambllng
law, two men could get out on tho
street corner and shoot craps for
monoy and Invite the sheriff to watch
thorn do It and thoy could beat tho
caso If nrrestcd, In tho opinion of
Judgo A. C. Lockwood of tho su
perior court of Cochise county. Ho
discharged Thomas Itagadale who wsa
before him on a charge of having vio
lated the anti-gambling law and who
was accused of having shot craps.
In general, according to the court.
the law specifics certain games which
aro prohibited and erects a complete
barrier against all percentage games
or thoso with a banking feature.
Craps, unless banked, would not fall
which In either prohibition, he said.
Inasmuch as crap shooters aro be
ing arrested almost dally in varlons
towns of the state, lawyers believe
Judge Loekwood's ruling .will be used
frequently as a precedent.
MATHKIl LKAOft MOV
HUNT l CAI PARK
VI8AJ.IA, Cal., Dec. 9. The- first
"official" lion hunt In the Sequoia
national park ended with tho bagging
of ona targe cat and- the evident fa
tal wounding of a second, both shoU
W. D. Druce, official hunter of the
state. The party was led 'by Stephen
T.- Mather, director of national parks,
and Included park and' state offi
cials. The hunters spent but two
days "on the trail" and came out
with the belief that at least a dozen
cats might havp. been killed had time
permitted. The park regions seem
to have attracted the lions this sea
son, more having been seen there this
year than over before.
55l"",ai For a perfectly cooled Clitinnui
.MnWIffllWKk dinner for the vtry tsVt rooking
BASlJ2Ti3laW rendu tVtry day In the yeir we
M&fSSB'My Ju" 'h ranee to meet your re.
kJP5sW(!I., quirementi. It it the WKDGK-
vt&ZlfWtt ff WOOD-made In a icoie ol different
nSi2llII modeli for (fri, for Coal or wikhI.
JSKmu3W II There ii no Uller gift you could
rfffllvi'l D rtiooie fur the home than ,
'id llM llllll Iu WKDOFAVOOO RANOE.
PIHNUVIM.K, IVc. 9. Shot In
A liquid air plant, whoso output
woul bo used largely In research
work, Is Included In tho equipment
to be added to tho laboratory of the
tho hip whllo attempting to drive a j , w depatimcnl ot tno University
suspected moon.shlner from his ' 0j Qrogon
ranch, Henry Koch, rancher ot tho. ,
upper uciiocu, was uruugni inio mo
rlty In n sorlous condition. Koch dU
covered tho still In operation on his
ranch yesterday morning, and when
hu orderod tho opvrutor to leavo, wns
shot In tho hip.
MKDFOIID, Doc. 9. Tho victor
ious Medford high school football
team wore given a dlnnor nt the.Mcd
furd hotol Wednesday evening which
was it tribute of the citizens to tho
boys for their efforts thut brought
success mid honor to Medford.
Hi:ND, Doc. 9. Porcy A. Stevens
post No, 4, American legion, will J
tako nation In the near future, sub
mitting resolutions to tho stuto do
partment of the loglon against Jap
anoso ownership of land In Oregon.
Mi:.Min:it w v. ok o. htakk
KUOKNB". Ore. Dec. !. It. P.
Ilaaa, former govornor ot New Hitinp
shlro, has arrived hero to Join the
faculty of (ho Unlvorslty of Orogou
In tho department of economics.
During tho full and spring terms
ho will touch Industrial rolutloiiH, In
dividend arbitration and othor sub
Jocta having to do with labor.
Cnrpoutor contractor, 1C32
Young stoor boot by tho quarter or
ploco. 13 to IS conts por pound, de
livered. Call 2S3-J. C-12
'nvtete Mem right
fiefone $kr eyes!
For Friday, Saturday and
Monday only, full length
Polo Cloth, Velour and Bo
livia Coats,, some with fur
collars, the latest fash
ion direct from New York
j,t jisi 1 ilssMI 1 ' 1 5,
Klamath's Finest Ladies' Ready
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