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title: 'The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, October 10, 1912, Image 4',
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You'll get good clothes here-good values
good service. You're welcome to look, to
post yourself on what's what-itwont obli
gate you to buy.
You'll find Kuppenheimer Clothes convincing evidence of this
truth ai it it applied to thii itore. See our advance showing
of fine aiiiti in new fall tonei of blue with purple shadea, pap
rika browna, basket weaves, for busineis and professional men
Overcoats In a wide range of styles, button through, conver
tible military collars, slip-ons-light and heavy weights.
One hundred per cent satisfaction at the price
K. K. K. STORE
LEADI NO CLOTH I ERS
Help someone win the $2000 Auto-
20,000 bonis votes with every suit or overcoat this
5000 bosns votes with every pair of shoes this nmth
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UK IMtiil PtHES PIZZIE
Ing to steal second. Wagner fifed j
out. aod Carrlgaa waa ont on an In
to second. Staat waa out on a Br
and Wagaer faaatd.
natch r walked. Marquard ad
vaaced bin to aeeoad oa a sacrifice)
Devore fannd aad Dojla waa out oa
For tha Red 80s Carrlgan waa out
oa a foul fly. O'Brien swung Into the
air tare times aad Hooper faUowod
I ulled I'll Kti-
lALXM. Ma.. Oct. 10. Jodie
Qataa today denied tha motion of the
dorsnss to admit Bttor. Olovannlttl
aad Caruso to ball.
FOR SAL 160 acre good grating
laad. In ac. SI. Twp. 11, R. 15.
Make ofer. Addraaa Goo. R. Dry
SIO AJaaoad, Lea Beach, Call
A potato top Are ft two Inche
Joag waa displayed oa Mala etreet
thl aioralac ay t-a Walker. It waa
la lUkt Huaaaker'a yard on
Snodgraaa waa out at Brat. Murray
repeated, aad Merkle followed ult
Yerke died out. Speaker landed
hard on one of Marquard'a favorite,
but ha waa forced out at aecond by
Lewi. Gardner went out on an out
Held high oa.
Fifth IaaJac -
Hersog for the Glanta drew a two
bagger. Mayera waa an taay out, but
Hersog waa adranced to third. Then
Fletcher alngltd, scoring Henog. Ha
stole second. Marquard drew four
'wild one, but waa forced out at see
lond by DeTore. Doyle walked. Saod-
jgraaa waa out on a fly.
Stahl alngled, but waa caught try
at the corner of
Ninth and Main
Big Reductions Big Values
la order to Make rooai f or oar iaiaMnsc llie
sir holiday goods how arrlviag.
Iaa441ttoatothbltf valsestobe fotu.4 yo
will be glvea
flz sheets Assorted, up-to-date attujlc with
vary i-archaa of f 1 or atore.
The Variety Store
, Mutray Iliad out. Merkle fanned
and Henog waa an easy out at first.
O'Brien fanned the atatoaphere
three tinea aad Hooper waa out on
an outfleld fly. Terkea alngled, aad
Speaker waa out oa a foul fly.
HcTrath laalag ray filed out. Merkle forced Hnod
Meyer tanned. Fletcnor wu out ," oui ni stconu.
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on nn inneiu grounuer. Mnruuuru
was also put out at first
lwla aa tagged at first. Gard
ner fouled out. 8laht picked out a
good one and landed on It for two
bases.. Wagner Died out.
DeTore alngled. i Doyle filed out.
Baodgrass landed for a single. Mur-
GOLD MINING PAYS
Mines of America Return Millions of Dol
lars in Dividends. High Grade is Good
t llnillnl Bfnt f?ftifv nliliM&rMtl iin IIim
mound for llotton. Henog for the
(Hants waa hit by a pitched ball. Ho
was caught trying to steal second.
Meiers singled, Fletcher filed out.
Mc)er was raughl when ho look a
long lad off first.
Hjxiiker filed out. IaiwIs singled
nnd "cored wlirn (lartlner lilt ono fur
two ,bases. Btahl singled. Gardner
was caught trying to gel to third bast.
U'agnrr singled. Cady filed out.
Hutu. Hits. Krrurs
Now York .... S 7 I
Uoston ....i. 1 7 0
The attendance was 34,624, The
rti'i-liits were 163,143.
, Evans waa tha arbiter behind tti
ibat, O'Uughlln In left field, IllgUr
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TheUdlea' Aid of the Mvtliodlst
POUCMJUI AMI UPHIU MIX IT
The record of profit made In the
mining business read Ilk a fairy
tale. It Is something enormous. Share
holder In Utah Copper and Nevada
Consolidated became enriched on
September 30tb to the tune of
11,881,000, making a total disburse
ment by the two companies of over
132,000,000, with acor of millions
more coming, v
Tom Reed of 'Arliona paya 100,000
each month, having distributed 1600,
000 wftaja the past year and a half.
OoldMld Consolidated haa enriched
the world with the profit of Ita work
In the pact live yeara aomethlog over
123,000,000, leading the Homeatake
of South Dakota by 11,000,000. It la
the greatest gold mine In the world,
Calumet and Hecla now paya f 12 a
ahare, double the rate paid a year
ago, with a dividend record to date
of over 1117,000,000.
California lead the country In gold
production, In 1911 adding to the
world' new wealth $20,000,000 Mo
doc county baa within It border the
making of a gold camp which prom
ise to become the greatest In Califor
nia' noted district. It I a' district
literally covered with gold, it was
thl gold that attracted miner from
all over the world, and today the
camp 1 belag developed by those
am men who are at High arade to
Tboae appreciating a chance to
bar la tha prdita of gold mining
should visit the odBce of the Sun
shine High arade Mining company,
opposite the American Bank and
Trust company, oa Malk atreet. and
ee the splendid exhibit of, gold ore
iron- Hign ursoa. a general invita
tion I given to every on In RJataatb
rails to call and see the dUpla la
. . S" , church will hold a window sale at
rock, when powderoaT up and washed ... Mnnph , ,,.
In a miner', pan r.eaU .urprMng Tcro w, b f , tQi)M
mount of gold dust.. Free gold I U ,ooJ ,lIo e,ke iaUU brcBl ,,
w wv itnu 4(4 iuu vfine.ve ui ill1
quarts. Mining men say the exhibit
I vwr rich.
The Sunshine High Or ado Mining
company owns, the Sunshine mine, thn
sensational gold producer of High
Orade. The ownership and control
of this mlno Is In the bands of sub
stantial and wealthy men of Lake
view among them are Felix (Irecn,
V, l. nnd J. D. Heryford, F. A. Flu
Patrick, F. M. Miller, W. Ilr Tliomp.
eon, Chas. I,. Fulton and O. X. Daw.
son. A portion of tho Sunshine prop
erty Is being developed by leasers.
Preparations are now under way by
the company to Install machinery and
sink a deep shaft on the richest part
of their ground, and to meet the ex
pense of this development work the
company la offering some of IU trcaa.
ury stock for sale. Sunshine stock 1
should be alluring to the Investor and
peculator, because the company owns
the richest mine at High (Irado, nnd
the management of the company la In
the bands of successful and trust
worthy business men.
If you are going to put your mon
ey out to earn more money It might
bp well to Investigate the merits and
profit making chances of Sunshine
atock. A. mining stock that will at
tract the money of Ukevlew bank'ura
and business men no doubt Is a good
thing for the small Investor to liok
Oold mining makes millionaires
from mall Investments. It makes
entire communities prosperous. It
transforms desolate and barren
waste Into scenes of- activity, and
homo made candy.
appearance, the most common looking (deserts populous cities
rear upon the burning sands' of the vf4w display. B modern and live
If you uso eld-fashioned carbon
lamps you are paying 88 centa out of
every dollar for darkness. Use Kdl
son Mazda lamp and turn your whole
dollar's worth of current Into liht-
Put an Edison Maid lamp whsr-
eor you have; a carbon lamp, and you
will get throe times as much light
without spending a cent more for
Como to our store todsy and e
Kdlson Ma-da lamp nave revolu
tionized electric lighting for home,
stores, offices, factorlos. They are so
durable that they are used oa auto
mobiles and fast train. They burn
to any position, fit any socket, use
my current. They ara made In all
Ins, with plain, bowl frosted or
completely frosted globes.
steru yesterday and complained ut
an article which bad appeared In tint
paper, and which Intimated that au
officer serving under the prraent ad-
ministration had siren Information
calculated to discredit the present
i city officers. . . -
Mr, Kvana told the chief that the
Information had been given to hint
j by one of hi reporters, Mr. Ilutchlus,
In fact. The reporter was called Into
,tho pretenco of hi employer and tho
offlcrr, and asked to eiplaln. He cou
I firmed what hi employer had stated.
I 'and. In ezplaWlon, said that he had
rocelved the Information from Officer
Chief Smith at oncn sought an In-
itorvtow with Officer Hall, and do-
miauded to know the truth, not be I in
satlsfied that the Northwestern men
strcnuuuslr denied liavlnv tU.n in
1 Ilutchlus or anyone elsi any audi In-
Mat night he chief and Hall met
on the strrcta. It was agreed that
the two men confront llutchlns. A
fow mlnutM before 8 o'clock tha two
officer met, llutchlns on Main etreet,
between Fourth and Fifth. An ai.
ptanallon waa demanded, and an ar
llystander declare that both Hall
land llutchlns seemed lo bo ''spoiling"
ir n right, and that wlfh. prctlcll -no
warning exeunt that ontrnr Unit
discarded his coat and alar, tho bit
tie commenced. Hall wo an'vasy
winner In the first second or two ni
tlio first round, Then the officer In
listed that his ononent necnnitmnv
ulm to tho Northwestern office, with
tho Idea of securing some sort of mi
explanation from Sam Kvan. Mr.
Mr. llutchlns. after a time ihro.i.i.
uio newspaper office, advised Hall,
who was accompanied by Chief Smith,
lliat Mr. Kvana waa not there.
"Ho la probably at the White Pell-
can uoiei," said Mr. llutchlns. "I'll
go ovor and get. him,"
Tho officer walled almost half nn
hour, nnd thon Mr. Ifuteiiim. ,...
"Uq I not there." tii r.,i,n-i... in
formed the officer, and this in ...u..
of the statement printed In tho North.
western this morning that Mr. Kvan
wa in me hotel at tha time,
Klamath Canal rnmunr lo I. R.,
Utitibte, watranty deed, o, lot 4,
block 01, Nichols addition
Untied Ulates lo tlsltdi J, Shuts,
patent, N'4 HKU.HWt; NK, Set.
Articles of Incorporation at First
JTlio Klamath Hevelopratet coav
iny tu C. S, lloternii-n, wsrrsat;
deed, 110. lot I, block Cl, Uk.l,
Hatph J. Sheets In It, N, Dty, ear
ranty deed. 110, N4 NKt;, HW4
Kwauna Knrnmpmrnt No. 41, 1, 0.
O. F meets In regutsr sestloa tbli
evening, Work In the ltn)sl I'urpls
degree Kverybody come and watch
tho tram put on this Interratlng de
In the radiance of the Kdlson Mazda.
t-aii us now oar alteeie la llM.
C. Bi COON
The gUsKtrJctJ Mai 010 Main
oorr pun ooi
THE GRAY HAMS
A FKW AI'PI.K'ATIDNS OF A HIM-
pi.i: hi:mi:iv wh.i. hhi.vi
HACK TIIK XATPIWI. t)M'll
"Pull mil one gray'halr and a dot-
.. III ,..LU lla .lnri ft an old SST
VII Will IIIKO .! ,'., .- -
lag, whlih Is, to a iivn eilehl, lri,f,
If no steps were" lukiii to stoililln
(tiiiso, Wliengraf lulrs sppcar t li
a tlgu that- Natufo necls BMlslsare
It Is Nature's call' for help, "ray hslr,
dull, Jlfelrss half, or Imlr that U fall
. . . ! 11 aln AI
Itlg UUI, I noi necesiaiii "-
Indvnncliig age, for thero are thous
ands of elderly peopio im i'
head of hair ilthoul n sliiKle trak
When grayj hair come, or wasu
the Imlr seem lo bo llfeloss or dc.
some Reed, rellablu halr-rotorln
Irratincnt should be resorted to at
onco. Hpeclnllsls say thai one 01 1
Lest preparailons to uso Is Ihe ow
rnahl.inn.l . Inn" Wlllcll OUT gftni
iinrenta useit Tho best preparation
I. .,. ..!-.. I. .. I.-, a..-., and Sul-
ui ini mini m ntm - (
phur Hair Hemedy, n preparation o.
domestic Huge and, sulphur, cleoll'
- . . ... ...... ,11,-nv-
siiy cotupounueii wun ! -
crod hair tonic and stlmulsnU. t
uhnl. inUlnVo hnlllir ClirclUlIX Ml'
nncod and loitod by exports,
Wjoth' B'o and Bulphur Is cl
and. wholciomo and porfectly harw ,
less. It rofreshe dry. parched hir.
rtmiovo dandruff nnd gradually r
stores fndyd or gray hair lo Its oat;
Ural color. i ' .
Don't delay another minute.
n.in. iutki Din and SlllPbur S
once and see. what a dlfternte s n? i
Uaya' traatntanOwlll make la W
i.ui. i. i. nffurna 10
'line irvyrauv - .
niiiiiifl siM eanti a bottle, ana "
Musou (j, Merservv to It. N. n. recommandad aMBSSM hy all dfttf
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HKAI. IWTATB TRANSFKIM
The followlna reaiiv i.n....
"oiitract. deeds, mortgages, ate., r
"Jtitly flled with the count v u-w
',ri' urnlibed by tht City and County
X retract cercpany: