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THK EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
MTTLE SIDKUOIITS OJf LOCAL HAPPKKIJfOS
AMONG THK PEOTLK OF THIS CITVANO V1C1XITY.
GOINGS AXD COMINGS OF LOCAL FOLKS
Judge Baldwin Is confined to his
home by hlnoss.
Joe Coburn of Yalnax Is la the city
F. W. Hopkins Is here for a few
days from Chtco.
Judd Low is In town from the Low
ranch in the Malln section.
Jerry Sullivan of San Diego was
among last night's train arrivals.
Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Weymouth of
Dehver are Klamath Falls visitors.
V. Miller of Fort Klamath Is spend'
Ing a short time in Klamath Falls.
Mrs. Bert Palm has gone to Seattle
to lslt her sister, Mrs. E. F. Jenkins.
Mr. and Mrs. K. Sugarman have re
turned from Portland, where they
have been for several weeks for the
benefit of Mr. Sugarman's health.
"The Composite" a Nettleton Last
Blucher Style. In Iongweariog Glazed Kid.
A clever Nettleton idea. Made tjvo sixes
under through heel and instep. This last is ex
actly meeting the needs of a surprisingly large
number of men. It may be just the tiling for you;
if not, we have another Nettleton last which is.
Nettleton shoes win instant favor tprotigh their
looks; their wearing qualities reduce shoe expense.
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Big Basin Lumber Co.
Klamath Falls, Oregon
Mrs. H. J.JMnger la nest at the
White Pellcas. reeWtere tiros Port,
Robert C. Cook of Frees U look
Ins after matters of business In Klam
U B. Irelani aa W. B. Dickinson
and family of Hood River are visitors
to Klamath Fnlls.
W. Hackersoa was down yesterday
from his homestead nt Odessa to buy
his winter supplies.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schallock have
returned from a short visit to San
Mrs. P. M. Denton and son of Fort
Klamath are spending a tew days In
Mr. and Mrs. Irvine K. Kester
son are hero tor a few days from
Mrs. Edgar Virgil Is spending sev
eral days visiting Mrs. T. C. Cornea
Ing at Oleae.
Mrs. Jack Hunsaker has returned
from Portland, where she has been
spending some time visiting.
E. B. Roddls of Denver Is hero far
n short time. Ho Is stopping nt the
White Pelican hotel.
Wllllts Fergaan and J. E. Flanders
are registered at the White Pelican
hotel from Portland.
Dr. W. 8. Johnson of Bonansa was
la tho city yesterday to get supplies
for the Rod Cross rooms of Bonansa.
Major and Mrs. C. E. Worden left
yesterday morning ' for Portland,
where they will spend some time vis
itlng. ' a
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Manning, who
have been living on the Alex Davis
ranch near the county Infirmary, have
moved to 8aeramento to live.
Mrs. O. T. McKendree is expected
on the train this evening to Join her
husband. O. T. is n member of the
firm of Tyron 4k McKendree.
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EXECTJTBD AS SPY
OOLDEN. Colo.. Nov. 14. News of
the.execn.Uoa In England of Metor
Swarxkopensky as a German spy has
been received by members of the fac
ulty of thi Colorado" School of Mines
here, before whose, students he ap
peared a a lecturer some time ago.
Swarskopeasky, who said he was a
native of Russia, told.gr'lm and vivid
tales of alleged Russian tyrannies.
He appeared in several other cities In
the state, usually before small audi
ences. Word of his death was the
first news concerning him received
since he left tho state.
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IhARRY ACOtMRAHl 1
United States Senator Duncan U.
Fletcher of Florida, president; Harry
A. Cochrane, director general, and
Clarence J. Owens, managing director
of the Southern Commercial cengress,
now In session In New York City,
have labored for soveral months to
(make the meeting a big success.
Manx oromlnent men. among them
planters, bankers and manufacturers
of the South, have been in attend
Thirty head of goats came to my
place on the Merrill road Sunday.
November 10th. Owner can have
same by proving property and paying
13-It JAS. T. HENLEY.
See bulletin board, 6th Main. 14-3
HUDSON REPAIR SHOP
All work guaranteed at lowest fig
ures. Try us'oncs, you will return.
Electrical troubles a specialty. ' Delco
experts. Fletcher Harn, 608 Klam.
ath avenue. 13-6t
See bulletin board, Sth & Main. 14-3
ANNUAIi MEETING OF Bl'SINKSS
The annual meeting of the Busi
ness Men's Association will be held at
the city hall this evening at 8 o'clock.
This is the time set for reports of offi
cers and election ofnew officers for
the coming year. The meeting will
start promptly at 8 o'clock, and mem
bers are urged to' be present at that
U. S. BOYS MEET
FIRST GAS ATTACK
Tho oMast acri float company iS
Anserlea The Travelers. So C4U1
WITH THE AMERICAN ARMY IN
FRANCE, Nov. 14. The American
Infantrymen in the trenches and ar
tillerists In the gun pits have had
tbelr first real experience with gas
shells. The Germans have let loose
many during the past two days, mak
ing the use of gas masks necessary.
Shrapnel has also been freely used
by both sides. ?
During a recent fight the enemy
machine guns were again turned on
the American trenches, the Americans
replying with an equally vigorous
Here's Your Chance to Save on.
Tires & Tubes
OUR BIG FRESH STOCK OF TIRES AND .TUBES WILL BE
Par Cent DitcMH Front list Price
While They Last
THIS IS VERY CLOSE TO ACTUAL COST, BUT WE DO THIS
SO AS NOT TO HAVE TO CARRY THRU THE WINTER ANY
OF THESE GOODS. (
REMEMBER THAT ALL RUBBER GOODS ARE RAPIDLY AD.
VANCING IN PRICE. THIS IS YOUR BIG CHANCE TO SAVE
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TO SUPPLY YOUR WINTER NEEDS. THESB
COLD NIGHTS AND MORNINGS REMINDS
ONE OF HEAVIER CLOTHING. VAULES
THAT ARE NOT EQUALLED MAY BE, HAD
Clothing, Hosiery, Etc
Misses' Heavy Fleeced Underwear
A heavy .soft nap that is constructed
(or warmth.. All sizes and a splendid
value 7Hc garment
Men's Heavy Wool Sox
Our .splendid values in this depart
ment have made us many customers.
Wool Sox from 30c to G0e pair
Good heavy grade soft and fleecy, 27
inclies wide, light and dark colors.
36-Inch Wool Serge
Colors navy, brown, green, garnet,
cardinal and black.
A firm close weave, with a soft velvet
fleece, full cut. All sizes, a splendid
Men's Mackinaw Coats
An extra long coat, but onlj a few at
this price. Others from $(5.00 u $15.00
BOYS' MACKINAWS, $(i.00 '
A practical coat for the boy. Choice
patterns, sizes 6 to 16 yeais.
Plaid Wool Nap Blanket
- Only a few pair left at this price, bat
mighty good buy for those who ' tnem-
New Winter Coatings
An exceptional value in coating.
Others at $3:50 and $1.00 yard
J. F. Maguire Co.
Incorporated Klamath Falls
MOIILKY AITOINTKU CO.Wrj
ItAMJKH FltOM Ol'KHATlO.V
The many friends of Mr. I, O. Ap.
plegate will be pleased to learn that
be has rallied nicely from an oner.
atlon performed at San Francisco yetfi
terday, and Is reported to be getting
along as well as could be expected,
according to messages received yei
terday and today.
The Ladles Aid of the M. E. church
will meet with Mrs. W. J, Btelnmets
tomorrow afternoon, to make mince
Hoe bullotln board, 6th & Main. 14-3
Bee bulletin board, 6th Main. 14-S
except probably rain Thursday
near the coast. Moderate east
KLAMATHU. 8. R. 8. 0
Maximum, yesterday, t S dag,
Minimum, today, SO deg. 4)
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