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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 9, 1921)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
NEW RULES FOR
Wave of Economy Brings
Added Cares for
WASHINGTON, Dec. 9. The
tlrao wai when, In popular fancy,
no Reed soldier erer looked at his
beola. That belief, fostered by
countless Jokesmltbs, Is duo to bo
rudely shattered when the dough'
boys of the present army offer their
testimony, according to officials of
the war department. The cood sol
dier of the present day Is siring
rareful attention to not only his
shoes, heels and soles, but to er
try Item of his equipment, they de
clare and all bocauso of the ware
of economy that has swept over the
military arm of the service.
Impress Thrift Habit
In Its effort to Uto within tho re
duced appropriations granted by the
present congress, tho army has been
forced to apply economics all along
tho line, and tho thrift habit la be
ing Impressed on the rank and tile
la a manner calculated to leare on
Some sating soul suggetsed that
the Item 0f shoe waa one that
might be easily subjected to a little
prunnlng. Tho doughboys were
scuffing out their sole leathor at a
rate that thieatened to prove ruin
ous, he demonstrated, and It was
suggested that tho man behind the
gun be made personally responsible
for the state of his footwear. The
suggestion was adopted, and a
translated t otho rank and file It
rust about u follews:
Shoe Inspection Dolly
Prlrates will ee that their shoe
solos are In good order that they
are turned in ror replacement at
INSURANCE MEN MEET
Drcire in I'ollclm In V. N. I
Kliuwn for Year
NKW YOItK, Dee. 9. lleporta to
tho l!Sth nnnunl convention of tho
association of l.lfo Insurance Presi
dents hern today wero said to I ml Ionic
that the new limurnmr IsmiimI In tho
United States In 1911 will amount to
13,160,000 aciwrnte Mick for $V
035,000,000. TM will mark n de
crcaxo of three-quarters of one per
cent In tho number of policies com
pared Nlth hut ear, the mot pro
porous In llfo lnursnrn history Tho
amount of new Insurance linn would
be 15 per rent less than that of last
year nml 5.6 per cent ahead of that or
Statistics were presented by John
M. llolcombc. president of the Phoe
nix Mutual Life Insurance company,
of Hartford, Conn., who said that the
1911 record In new llfo insurance
marks prosress rather than rctrourev
slon, and Is an encouraging Index
of returning normal business condi
tions. "Itcturns lime been furnished b)
14S of tho 275 life Insurance com
panies doing huslncs In the t'nlted
States." said Mr llolcobme. ' These
US companies wrote 9" per cent of
the new business of I9!0. Their
1911 returns are based on the actual
amount of new- business paid for up
to November 1st of this yeyar. plus
an estimate for tho remaining two
months. In 1920, the number of last
new policies Issutd was 13, Hi. 000
Jack lHmipvy was a Merrill vis
itor Saturday from his sheep
Mr. J, II. Mobb was n Klam
ath Knlls lsltor Saturday,
Mr. nml Mrs, Miles Moore spent
Saturday In Klamath Kails.
Miss ltutli Hill has accepted n
position to teach at Henley, and
left Sunday to begin work Monday.
Mr. and Mrs, K. L, Pope were
Klamath Falls visitor Saturday.
The batnar given hy the Indies'
Aid was well attended. The booths
wcrn all well patronised. Tho fish
pond and candy booth wuru sold
out early In tho evening Kvory
article In the fancy work booth
was sold, a also tho refreshment
booth. Tho ladles; arc well pleased,
as the proceeds wero much more
than had been expected.
Tho Chautauqua held hero last
Lyle Merrill spent Sunday with
his father, C, O. Merrill, In Klam
Carey M, Hamsby spent Sunday
at tho homo of It. II. Anderson,
Mrs. Hamsby having been at the
Anderson home for a few days.
It. II. Anderson has been called
tu Klamath Palls for Jury duty.
Albert Myers was also one
those summoned for Jury duty.
Luther llsskins ww ta Klamath
Palls Monday, bringing Hev, Koch
tor back with him.
Iter. Koehlor began evangelistic
services In the Presbyterian church
on Tuesday evening. They wilt,
continue every evening this week
except Saturday, and also next
week, Mr. Koehlor Is a forcible
speaker and lecturer.
Mr. llandall was down from
Klamath Palls last week and plas
tered Mr. Woodhouse's new dwell
ing. Summer Davis spent Monday In
Your Dollars have a Greater Purchasing Power
Here-a great many people know itdo you?
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"Twenty jears ago. In 1901. Amer
lean llfo Insurance companies wrote
12.020,000,000 of new Inusrancc. A
decade later. In 1911, the amount of
new Insurance was 12,870,000,000,
an Increase of a little more, than one
third. In 1921, therefore, the Issue
will be almost three times that of
1911. In tho years 1919 and 1920.
week was not as much of n sue
cess financially as last year, as tho Klamath Palls,
roads wore bad and tho woathor W. II. Anderson and family were
stormy a well. However, tho pro- Sunday visitors In Merrill from
grams wore considered good. The Klamath Palls.
first night was a lecture by Willi Mrs. Karl llrooks Is visiting in
Arthur Deltrlrk, "Tho Immensity Klamath Palls at tho home of her
of the Universe." It was especial- sister, Mrs. V II, Anderson,
ly good. Wednesday night V I.
Shepherd In "Tho House We Llvo Ulake "Charming evening
In." Thursday, the Phlllplno nuar- wonderful talker your wife. 1
let. Prlday, another lecture by could listen to her for hours,"
Captain T. I). Upton. "Tho Pour-' Monks- "I frequently do"
Square Builder." and Saturday, tho
night. Palton Hros. Trio. ThK Kcsnrve your table at the Res
was followed Saturday night by a c,e 'or jour Sunday dinner. Or-
The Women's Fashion Center
YOU CAN ALWAYS DO BETTER HERE"
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i dance. The people of Merrill will ehestra from ft
30 to S,30 o'clock.
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have a Chautauqua next year ,
... n.n kooo. uasKoio... .earn w.TKrt UKKUS KLAMATH IKItlOA-
and tho town team went to tho TIO.V DINTIUCT
Agency last Prlday and placd tho
team there. Howurer, our boys Meeting of all water users will ha
were defeated. Part or tho boys ? ln.5.u"" ?&" ' cu' "
n. amain rails, aaiurasy, tier, luia.
ever before atoney was plentiful
and the results of tho war and the
the first sign of a bote In theouter 'P,deralc of Influent had Impressed
layer of leather. And they wilt
make this shoe Inspection every day,
on penalty of having to pay them
selves for any replacements where
the old shoe turned In to tho quar
termaster's department Is to great
ly worn to permit its repair.
reiumcu auer me game, anu mo ., j i ., in ink .Minn nnnlls.
rest -stayed over until Saturday oxrrsslvo water taxation All water
i!,w iinvt fn,mri i Morriii users urccd to attend. Ilr order
w. ,u were mucn greater manibut nf 0akUnd Cal ,
(few days In Merrill last week.
Wutor Users Committee.
CIIAULKS WOOD HDHltLHIN,
A choice selection of Men's, Wo
men's and Children's Handkerchiefs
25c t0 $2.50
It is well to select Handkerchiefs
early as tho assortments are always
A pleasing Gift, and at our Salo
Price very inexpensive. Camisoles,
Blouses, Combinations, Gowns.
Most everyone Is rejoicing over
the fine weather.
Charles Mack was In Klamath
Miss Kate Chechor visited the
Spring Lake school Wednesday.
There was several from this
neighborhood attended business
meeting In town Tuesdsy and
Newt ! scarce these days, as
every one It too busy to go visit
upon tho people the need of life In
surance. In 1921, however, the bus
iness has been affected by trade con
ditions, strikes, loss of employment
and general retrenchment. Notwith
standing this, the amount of life In
auranco this ear will exceed that of
any single year, with the exception of
"Up to 1919, new- life Insurance
each year, on the average. Increased
about 10 per cent. This covered a
period of about 20 years. One yesr
the Increase was as high as 18 per
cent. Another year It was as low as
four per cent. Then, In 1919. came
the unparalleled Increase of 61 per
cent over the new business of 1918.
Theerfore. that the aggregate amount X
of new life Insurance In 1921 Is less It
than that Issued In 1920, Is cause it
neither of surprise nor disappoint
ment. In moral potentiality, consld-jZ
erlng the conditions under which the J
1921 new Insurance was bought by I?
the American people.
; To the Public:
From 5:30 to S.30 tomor
row night an orchestra will
render special music for
the pleasure of our guests.
We shall be pleased to
have you with us.
Complete Stock of Crochet Cotton
D. M. C, Coats, Silkine
White and Colors; also D. M. C.
PRICE, 5C to 35c
SILK HOSIERY SALE PRICES
Plain black and brown ; also fancy
Lace Stripes. Values, $1.25 to $2.00.
89c, 98c, $1.29, $1.69
BRUSH WOOL SCARFS
Practical and nlwaya an appreci
ative gift. We have made special
reductions for this sale.
Scarf values to $0.50,
Scarf and Tarn sets, values to $12.50
SPECIAL PRICE $7.95
All Millinery for a mere fraction
of former prices. Our remaining
stock placed in three lots.
$1.87, $3.47, $4.87
KID GLOVES MAKE APPRO
Black, white, beaver and brown.
A nico quality, 3G inches wide.
LINEN FINEST PILLOW TUBING
An exceptional fine grade, looks
and wears like linen. 42 inches.
REX CATERING CO.
BUY HIS XMAS PRESENT HERE
Increasing Business Sale
He'll like the Ties you buy here,
and he'll wear 'em, too.
SILKS AND SATINS
50c to $2.00
$1.50 t $3.00
Plain, Heathen, Stripe, Embroid
eries, all popular colors
75c to $3.00
Suits and Overcoats
Hart Schaffner 8c. Marx
Less than one-third of regular price,
and better than ever
$40.00 Suit or Overcoat..$25,65
$50.00 Suit or Overcoat..$32,35
$60.00 Suit or Overcoat..$390Q
We'll alter them at these prices,
too. You can't make a mistake here ;
we handle only the best of every
thing, sell at the lowest prices, guar
antee satisfaction or your money
Buy Your Christmas Gifts
for the Men at This Store.
This in a Man's Store
We carry men's wear almost exclus
ively. , Whether you are looking for a
present for father, brother, friend or
sweetheart you will find the appropri
ate article here. Put asido all your
worries about "his" present and come
in and let us help you to decide.
Men arc not hard to please, just give them something sensible, service
able and wearable. Something for his personal comfort, and which will be
a continued source of pleasure to him. '
May we suggest the follewing:
Kuppenheimer Suit or Overcoat
Silk Shirts, all colors and patterns
Bath Robes and Smoking Jackets
Fancy Cashmere and Silk Hose
(both linen and cotton)
Leather Hand Bags
And endless variety of other things that would please him.
We are prepared this year as never before to assist you with your Christmas
DON'T FORGET OUR OVERCOAT SALE. WE ARE
MAKING THE FOLLOWING SENSATIONAL PRICES
ON OUR ENTIRE STOCK
All $20.00 Coats
All $22.50 Coats.
All $25.00 Coats
All $30.00 Coats
All $35.00 Coats
All $40.00 Coats
All $45.00 Coats...
$15.85 aii $50.00 coats $39.85
$17.85 An 55-00 coats $43.85
$19.85 A!l 60'00 Coats $47.85
$23.85 A woo Coats $51.85
$27.85 A 70.oo coats $55.85
$31.85 AH $75.oo .coats $59.85
$35.85 AU 80'00 coats :.$63.85
"I Ain't Mad at Nobody'
20 Reduction on all Mackinaws Including
the Famous Patrick
K. K. K. STORE