" FAan inc , ACfTl, tMI. f Per tonal Mention THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OKEGON i ' i Mn, Frank Corponlng was an arty saomlag visitor hore today at ter suppllos for hor homo ttt Olene. nor Patrick arrived last night rrom Koseburg for & brief visit with his aunt, Mrs. Joo Moore, bofore going on to Corvallls whoro ha Is a student In the stato agricultural college Mrs, Wrtltor Dixon and daughter Ruby aro In town todar from Fort Klamath, shoppings Mrs. (Jraeo, Johnson and daughter lott on the morning train for Ited Bluff, and other California points for a visit with friends and relatives. Mrs. II. 1). Looslcy and daughter, Helen, and Miss Ruth Uttor aro In town from Fort Klamath. Mrs. Loc-ler brought the two girls down for Uio purpose of registering them for work In the high school. Miss Ruth Dixon, 'who has been visiting In Fort Klamath and at tho huckleberry patch has returned homo nd will teach In tho MIIU addition school this winter. MIm Qoden Hawkins, a popular young lady of this county, left on the morning train bound for Modesto, Callfortna, where the will enter bus iness college for the coming wtn ter. Mr. S. 8. Henley and son, Jame. were in town yesterday from their ranch on the Merrill road. T. N. Cunningham la a county eat TUltor hero today from his ranch at Pise a rove. Postmaster W. X Deltell was off early this morning with dog and bunting equipment for Keen creek In anticipation of tho opening of the deer season. James Dlajr and Mr. and Mrs. Darner Chambofa and fain; lly were other Klamath Falls peo ple who left this morning oxpoctlng ' to get a deer when the season opens Thla particular party will pitch camp somewhere In the Odessa country. Howard Wlnos, who has acceptod a position In the commercial f de partment of the Klamath county high school, and his mother aro here from Eugene and will bo at homo In the St. Francis apartments. Judge R. IL Bunnell and Com missioner B. TV. Short left the first of the week for Portland on busi ness. They started their trip by auto. Mlsa Gertrude Eckman returnod from New York Sunday evonlng where she spent six weeks purchas ing a full line of fall mlllnery, blous es and petticoats for her shop here. Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Beauchamp have returned fom Portland prepar atory to the opening of the Klamath high school. W. C. Dalton was in town this morning from his ranch near Malta attending to business affairs. E. E. McClay and wife who resldo on the Merrill road wero In town af ter supplies yesterday for tbetr wan eh. ' Mr Kettle Ellis of JUgome. Is a flty visitor here this week. Walter O. West, Indian agent, Is down from the Klamath Agency to dar attending to legal business at the county court house. Dr. and Mrs. J. D. MUllkln are distinguished San Francisco visitors here todar. Ther aro 'guests at tho White Pelican hotel. R. S. Dixon is In town from Fort Klamath attending to business. Knjncn lUouocn and Shlrei For Hchool Wear 6 Vs Gothe-v fbr Bays y lllackvMl Htucklugx For Ih) T h Wear We Are Now Prepared to Outfit Thai Boy In His School Suit, Shoes, Caps, Etc. Corduroy Knickerbockers Extra heavy Crompton cord double teat. Perfect fitting,. Imperial waist e bands. Warrented not to rip. Sizes 8 to 17. Special this week $3.15 P" . juuultj- -rj-in.rr.ri "" -"-"-" BRING HIM IN AND LET US SHOW HIM THE NEW ACE KNIT TOQUES. BRADLEYS SWEATER, COATS AND JER SEYS. BEST FOR BOYS. STOCK COMPLETE. COME IN AND SEE OUR ASSORTMENT. PRICES Boys' Shoes Exceptional values. Sizes ure broken and we'll fit the boy in a dress or school shoe at .prices less than cost, bring him in. Home of. Hart Schaff ner & Marx Clothe K. SUGARMAN tt I Ain't Mad At No- body" .. uuxrinr-i .ri.rii-ii-irijwMMM-MMV1 ,wwwwwn "' i'ww.m iwmw. wwwMMwwwiMwwwrtwwiwwwwwww www -h-li-i i i-i i-i i-i u i. i.iijijiii-11-iriri.rij-LrLi "l TV. E. Lamm of tho Lamm lumber company is in tho cltr from Modoc Point today. Rev. S. J. Chaney, Mr. Barn etablo and D. M. Smith left this morning for tho Jcnnlo creek coun try with the Intention of having a deer or two located and ready for the first day of tho hunting season. Tom Meyers, who recently receiv ed his discharge from tho Unltod States navy, has "decided to go into the hog raising business and will start his work, on the McCornlck lands on the Tipper Klamath lake. Llnsey Slsemore, Ed Caldwell, and James Pelton are prominent Fort Klamath stockmen who aro In town todar attending to business affairs. Charles Otor of tho Pepper-Cotton lumber company, Is in town for an extended atay. The fair board is receiving bids this week for food concessions for the county fair. Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Clay returned home the first of the week from a flvo (weeks' automobile camp ing trip to Bandon beach and other coast towns. Mrs. Clay is sched uled to teach at the Pelican City school this coming year and Mr. Clay will take up his duties as man ual training Instructor In tho public schools of tho city. Canada Backward In Readjustment Says Local Lawyer Chas. F. Stone, local attorney, re turned last night from a two month's vacation In tho Canadian Rockies, Mrs. Stono and nephew, Joo Skelton, aro on tho way back by automobile. They will sco the Olaclor national park en routo and como homo by way of Rono, Nevada. By auto as far as the road would permit, then by wagon, and finally with pack horsos Mr. and Mrs. Stono got back Into, tho mountains 100 miles from Edmonton, Canada, on the James river. The country was a wilderness, said Mr. fltone, teem ing with beaver, bear and moose. It lies closo to the Canadian na tional park; and there Is llttlo hunt ing, due to Its remoteness, eo that overflow of animals from tbc park are present In abundance. Canada Is not nearly as far along In post-war readjustment as tbo United States, says Mr. Stono. Wages havo been reduced without corres ponding reducing lr. avlng .costs. In consequence, there Is much discon tent and unemployment. ' A nails factory moal cannot lio obtained In Canada for lera than J'l r.l). salil Mr. Stono. However ns hu was not on u tour of economic Investigation hut u puro pleasure trip, ho mado but cur sory comment on costs but was vory emphatic In his declaration that his vacation trip was tho most enjoy ablo of all his axporloncc. IMMUtlS FOLKH ARK I'ARKNTH Mr. and Mrs. P. I). Maddron aro tho parents of a baby girl, born yestarday. Both mother and baby aro doing well roports Dr. n. A. Massey, who Is In charge of tho caso. Mr. and Mrs. Maddron niako tholr homo at Dorrls. BULL FIGHT WILL FEATURH ITJXDLETO.V ROUND-UP Dr. Lemert, a director of the Pendleton Roundup, was In the city this week and while hero told Bert McDonald that on tho closing dato of tho events In September a real Spanish bull fight will bo staged, with Spanish actors. Tho roundup occurs Soptombor 22, 23, and 24. Make that Idio dollar work I Put It in the bank. i JVlHiK KUYKKNDAIJi COMING Juilgn I). V Kuykondall Is ox peel ed homo tomorrow from an atitomo hllo trip to Crescent and that vlcln. lly, whnro ho linn spent his voca tion. A letter from him to Iw-jl friends states that Ills trip has been , tlna and that ho Is much benefitted by tho vacation. I1H Ol'KNKI) TOMORROW KOSKIIUIta. Aug. 31 Indict ment of Dr. R. M. Brumfleld for the murder of Donnls Russell Is expect ed today. If the Indictment Is re turned bis trial will start tomorrow. Advertising pays. Try It and see. 1110 I', 8. IMRIUI1II.K 18 DKKTROYKO 111 PLAMKM NEW YORK. Aug. 31. Vlro. start liiK from a giuolliio vx.iloslon, today dentroyed the. dlrlglblo balloon, IX, Hid larKol naval aircraft of Its type, mid the kiln balloon, Al at the Itockuway Point naval air station, m i WKATIIKR IlKPOHT OUKOON Tonlrht and Thursday, probably rain; colder in the east tonight. Don't forgot to mako a good repu tation by spending your time contra dicting lies. NOTICE! The Boys' Taxi Will Consolidate With The Union Taxi Sept. 1 PHONE 424-J THE HUNTING SEASON OPENS TOMORROW Have You Got the Right Kind of Clothing for Your Trip ? 'jBBBBm HBBSsBBL. JVIgsW 1 w v LET US OUTFIT YOU IN JUST THE KIND you will need. We have specialized in hunters and campers clothing. A large shipment of leather goods have just arrived including vests, coats, mackinaws, overcoats and many other new things. PRACTICE "SAFETY FIRST" GET A RlED hat or cap. We have them both. Hunting shoes of all descriptions, either high or low top. Get a pair of our heavy soled tennis shoes, so you can "slip up oh them." WE HAVE A WONDERFUL LINE OF OUTING wear. It doesn't matter what your individual ideas are in regard to the right kind we can furnish, it. Come in and let us show you the many new things we have in K. K. K. STORE Leading i . r-L-Jf-UM.-n.-,nr,i,t.,rflrril.. TaWpWTWffra,aM'mrvrr I -T"