v .'.' wniiviwiMY, Hr.17, t!7, lima. THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, i7xtrjuxaxematmKmtMt 1 1 TODAY'S FASHIONS Underwood s One Cent Sale The last bitf "O110 Cent Salo" of 1022 is now ijoinjj on at our store. See llio last night'.'i Herald for detailed particulars and list of bargains. Doz ens of itemB -at the regular price for one and another for ONE CENT. Look over the list below and see how many things you need in your home. Cheek the lint bring it in and supply your needs for some weeks to come. WHY SOME .u -si m n T ' ' " i- i ii. , 4 i First Tailored Suits ' -' ' lj ' 'vslfc-s" Aspirin Tablets Zinc Ointment White Pine Cough Rem edy Laxative Cold Tablets Carbolic Salve Hand Lotion Peroxide Hydrogen Aromatic Castor Oil Milk of Magnesia Toolh Paste Headache Tablets Porous Plasters Cathartic Pills White Liniment Freckle Cream Pile Ointment Kidney Pills Eczema Ointment Epsom Sails Ilinkle Pills KuHHinn Oil Haby Talcum Violet Ammonia Hronchial Tablets Peauty Halm Liver Salts Shaving Lotion Soaps Writing Tablets School Tablets Fountain Pen Ink Envelopes Hoxetl Stationery Pound Paper Vacuum Mottles Kubbor Gloves Fountain Syringes Hot Water Hottles . Extra Special! Friday and Saturday Only A Wear-ever Fountain Syringe and Hot Water Bottle Both For $1 .65 w 1 These rubber goods arc the best on the market. Now is your chance to get them at wholesale figures. Underwood's Pharmacy Thcso mooYls &h)w tho popular suits for tail, made of twill. serf or trlcotlne, and lined In utile of plain colon or small patterns. Tho loos bos coat, now collar and Llanllnt- pockets are all likable features. fVV Browri m-rosm: vi i:vs nop incur on .0.1.v WIIV TIIK KDITOK KOM) IMS ! I'AI'KIt llltt (l.ul' Wltni a liort skirt' "I Just camo from tho doctor"! tbtt urll Is wearing! whir 1II1I lio My?" Week Knd lloslcfs A wiilc cml Hem. Ihuvcn-.' WlHtt lonn iPBi, ..Vtl. lionti.HK wiui Mm. II A. Soil, who on- ' I ii,ril.m,l Saturday nfternonn nt i . . . I Herald classified an pay you. I Advertising pays. Try It ana wo. . ranis. Walsh Co. N. I). Iloonl I (rJHHB A CUIFOIlNIA OREGON VOWELK COMPANY WMif''UfPMV Over 7i and Safety WtJa TOUlMVtKTNERS IN PROGRESS The California Oregon Power Company It Preferred Stock V . . AS SAYINGS PLAN $5 PER SHARE PER. MONTH Interest Paid On Partial Payments Present Price $92 Per Share, Yielding 7.6 Price $92 Per Share, Yielding 7.6 On the Investment ASK ANY MEMBER OF OUR ORGANIZATION Cut Out and Mull tho Coupon COll.CNt a1 M- i:cn our coats must bavo tide drapes this season. Kasha cloth, bodvla and duvctyn nru capable of such trcntmcut. And In n brown season, such os Is-bcforo us, thcro Is no 'alternative but to select brown. H SHE i.'. oi-tici:h: Medfoicl, (il'lllllH I'llKM, KI1111111II1 l'n I H, Oregon, Vrt'kn, 1 DiiiUliilllr, California I'llco Subject to ChmiKo AVitduilt .Nut I to Inquiry Coupon , 1923 The California Oregon Power Co. Plonso send mo further Information' about your Preferred Capital Stock, Namo 1 Btrcot City ... Both Skilled and Unskilled Men Needed in Nearly All Industries SAN KIIAKGISCO, Sept. 27. In creased demand for both skilled nnd unskilled labor, particularly farm workers, coppor mlnevra and build lnK trail e.s artisans, Is noted by John I'errlti. San Kranclsco, federal resorvo aKcnt for tho 12th district, In hi report for August mailo pub lic hero today. Tho lumber Industry Is CO per cent moro uctlvo than a year ago, according to Porrln, nnd both foreign and domestic markets nro buying In largo (iiiuntltles. Tha sea sonal forest flro hazard was dis poned by general rains dining the mouth, Production of logs sept. 1 was estimated at 75 per cent nor mal compared with 40 per cent August 1. Incroased output of motals, prin cipally gold, silver, coppor, lead and zinc,' Is reported. Do m nnd for thrso metals has Incroased during tho past year and prices havo risen accordingly, Records of production and of stored stocks of potrnloum In Cali fornia wcru again broken during August. Average dally production of :IS2,U22 barrels was tho highest flguro over reached, whllo tho total In stored itoka of 54.272.104 bar. rolit on Sept, 1 wits larger than at uny'tlmo In tho past flvo years, Kxcopt tor April and Juno of this year, building pormltu during Paris Coats nru n llttlo morn full at present. They occasionally com blno two colors by means of pointed Inserts. Other models or sombre tono seen today makn up for their basic quietness with great galallth buttons of assorted colors. Their general effect Is straight, with per haps a band of somn harmonizing shailo around tho ln-iii, n trimming that serves to brent: thn lino a little. Soutache nnd other braids are used sparingly, ns I embroidery. London Styles In furs show some radical changes today. To bo really fashionable this season a woman needs both a fur coat and a fur trim med coat. Tho fur coat preferably of black Persian lamb should not be longer than hip length. Tho fur coat, which Is trimmed of pllablo cloth, muu be almost as long ns the gown. Tho normal walstllso Is'ocra sloually emphasized, especially In tho hip-length coat, by a slight narrow ing at that point. Now York It seems to bo true to day that thero Is nothing new under the sun. even In styles. Tho lace bertha has come back, that graceful sweep of lace without which no gown was completo somo 13 years ago. Tho new bertha Is not much different from that other one, except, perhaps, that It Is longer. 'The new bertha falls from neck to elbow, and not infrequently takes the placo of sleeves as well as the upper part of the bodice. Now York Tho all-wool Canton crepes are about to enjoy an autumn voguo and so uro tho all-wool gorges, homespuns, trlcotlnes and polret twills. Thero was a wldo variety of now colors in thcso fabrics shown today. Among tho shades certain of popularity aro such attractive tones as tho deeper sands, cardinal, bur gundy, delft, Iris, tho delectable gray and silver otter. August wero moro numerous than nt any time since records wcro first assembled In 101C. Favorable reports aro Issued by retail trade, tho value of sales of 31 representative department stor es being G.7 per cent greater In August 1922 than In tho samo month of 1921. Seven ot tho ten report ing wholesale lines experienced In creases In tho valuo ot their salea. Charges to depositors' accounts (bank debits) wcro 7.7 per cont greater In August 1922 than In tho corresponding month last year, indl-. eating that business generally has bocn somowhat curtailed by tho rail and coal strikes. -Business failures continue above normal. For tho most part weather con ditions havo been, and apparently will continue, favorable to normal or largor than normal agricultural yields. Shortago ot rofrlgcrator icrs, bowovor, Is hindering ship ments ot fresh product), mSNm Vr, people r SEND AWAY FOR MERCHANDISE Mail order houses understand the art of ad' vertising; they reach the people with an appeal' of price and quality, yet the.local merchant is in a position to give better price for the same or higher quality. The trouble lies mainly in that the local mer chant does not present his merchandise in a man ncr which shows what this price and quality real ly is. Where ever possible the Mail Order houses use the local newspaper for advertising. Every country newspaper has repeated offers from mail order houses to buy space and in liberal quanti ties at liberal prices. Few indeed are the country papers which ac cept thjs business, they see the need of building up the home community by having and supporting local business houses. - Properly prepared and properly displayed advertising, backed by quality and service, will hold business at home. The local newspaper in this and other communities can present your re tail business to the people. The local newspaper can increase your business and hold trade at home if you will co-operate. It's up to you. Put on an advertising campaign and get your share of the business. The live advertiser is getting his share of business which used to go out of this county. You can get part of this trade by proper presentation of your business to prospective buyers. j The Evening Herald "Covers the Klamath Field" . rif .: I i i j ii ituii-t 14)1"'' I I I 1 III I II I MJ ':" "-', m v " Jm 'I ... ".. ;i .' ft 1&4 IV. '' 1 1 ' 7 ' ' r- ".?". "i J , . V-.'"" . ". .:yx.i &:-''. ao, Hi ' . 'V .