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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 13, 1918)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON . .
By Giving Sane and Sensible
Xmas Gifts. Buy Them Here
Practical Gifts Mean Real Service to Their
Recipients, and Are Always More Welcome
Than Trifles and Gee-Gaws That Are Soon
I will frankly sny thnt in buying fur this Christmas 1 had planned on the great
est business in the history of my store. I have secured the choicest and best
men's goods on the market. I knew that you would want the best. But I did
not anticipate the unfortunate epidemic that has caused so much sorrow and
has almost paralyzed business.
However, 1 am (joing to make it possible for you to make your selections.for
this Christmas with the least delay possible. Yesterday I rc-arranged my entire
store, and have converted it into one vast display of sensible Christmas goods
for the men and boys, so that in a very few minutes you can solve the problem
of what to give him. Everything will be out in sight, with the price in plain
We want you to see this gorgeous dirplny, na we believe it is the greatest
ever shown in Klamath Falls in one store. ,
Here arc just a few suggestions of what you will find here.
Wc would call your attention to
two extensive lines of exceptional
value at $3.75 and $4.95.
Some exceptional values from
$3.65 to $4.65.
Some very attractive patterns from
$7.00 to $15.00.
Wc can please you.
$3.85 to $10.00.
We challenge comparison in either
quality or extensiveness of our line
of Men's Neckwear. Prices from 50c
All lines and makes for boys and
men. From 50c to $3.50.
For dress and everyday wear.
$1.00 to $5.00.
A big variety to choose from.
$5.00 to $15.00.
Do Your Shopping
In the Forenoon
LONDON. Dm 13 lltiln u
very reasonable ih-moiI we hIuiII Mini
nil principal null iiiicth fitted with
Heupl me. nnHf-rt. I) II Bernard,
Editor of tin1 Men bant Hervlce He
vli-w "CoiiHlclcnilil" I linn will be huv
imI In the transit uf mall. A IIict
leaving New Yorli with urgent mid
Iriiportntit letterH will tic utile lojlls
rliurgu tlii'in liy Heaplnnc S0 to 400
mill's wphI of l III' IrlMi ui'ihI, within
a fi'w lintirH they jii In- delivered In
London t litis uf feci I hi; u saving of 21
"The name piorodnre can lie car
ried out hy a vt'Kel hound to New
York weather of emirsc being un lm
porluiil factor, for In fine und pctt
lud weather u wcll-eiilpped Huiplune
could, travel at un enormous speed
over a 1'oimlderublc distance It Ik
quite within the 1101111114 of poHslbll
Ity that letters post'-d In London can
he 'delivered In New York within
four duyii "
.Mr. Bernard IIiIiiKh the service will
I! rut lie subsidized by the govern
ments of the two rountrliM.
Similarly, he says letters could be
expedited from South America to the
Curopeitn continent by seuplanes
leaving the liners Sun miles off I. Is
bon or Olbraltu.
rind awful palnx In my bark and In
fie I, I wan racked with pain all over
I lost my appctltct, and my nerves
became to shattered that I hardly
knew what sleep wan When my liui
bund lost bin tight m duties, of
course, been rive doubly hard, and my
health being bad already. I kept go
I11K down under the strain. I did
everything I could to keep out of bed
but finally got to where J wub Jlir.t
up and down would sit tip ona day
and In- In bed the next--nnil I even
bud to give up my housework be
cause I was so weak livery day wai
Jiiht unolher iby of Huffi-rlng and
misery for me "
"I went down from one hundred
ami forty pounds to I'-hh than a hun
dred, and was Just a frame with
scarcely strength to move around. I
SAYS HOT WATER v
FROM THE LIVER
Everyone should drink hot water
with phoiphate In It,
finally made up my mind from what
I read about Tanlac to try It and I
lu-ivo certainly found It wonderful.
I now weigh one hundred and twenty
flve pounds and If anyone could feel
like a new per-ori I do. My appetite
Is splendid and I am Just building up
overy day My nerves are In good
condition, I have gotten rid of all my
pain and now I sleep like a child
every night. have gained ., much
In strength already that I can i! all
my housework without any trouble,
and I have been benefited so much
that I am glad to recommend Tan-,
lac to everybody." j
Tanlac is sold In Klamath Falls'
by the Star Drug Co., and In Lorella1
by James Merc. Co. '
, I. V. V. CAUSE
1 HTKIKi: IX ri'HA.
; WASHINGTON, I). C, Dec.
13 Information has reached
the war department today that
a general strike In Cuba Is now
the result of I. W W propagan-
di Order however, is being
Hot a Ktnndurd InMinmre pollrv
from the (tiHrutc & Smith agency. 12
. J. W. WIL-
HEALTH SO 11.11) BEFORE TAK.
IXti TAXIAl' DON'T see XOW
now sin: i.ivkd.
To feel a-s fine as the proverbial
fiddle, we must keep the liver washed
clean, and almost every morning t'o
prevent Its sponge-like pores from
clogging with Indigestible material,
sour blie and poisonous toxins, says a
I If you get lioadaehs, It's your liver.
(If ou catch cold easily, It's your liver.
j I r you wake up with a bad taste, fur
red tongue, nasty breath or stomach
(becomes rancid. It's your liver. Sallow
jskln, muddy complexion, watery eye.
loll denote liver uncleanllness. Your
(liver is the most important, aleo the
'most abused and neglected organ of
'the body. Few know Its function or
how to release the dammed-up body
waste, bile and toxins. Most folks
j resort to violent calomel, which Is a
I dangerous, salivating chemical which
'can only be used occasionally because
'It accumulates in the tissues, also at
tacks the bones.
Every man and woman, sick or
well, should drink each morning be
fore breakfast, a glass of hot water
with a teaspoonful of limestone phos
phate In It, to wash from the liver and
bowels the previous day's indigestible
material, the poisons, sour bile and
toxins; thus cleansing, sweetening
and freshening the entire alimentary
canal before putting more food into
Limestone phosphate does not re
strict the diet like calomel, because It
can not salivate, for It Is harmless and
cui can eat anything afterwards. It
I Is Inexpensive and almost tasteless,
and any pharmacist will sell you a
quarter pound, which Is sufficient for
la demonstration of how hot water and
!l mestone phosphate cleans, stimulates
J and freshens the liver, keeping you
feeling fit day In and day out. Adr.
Notice of Appointment of Executrix
Notice is hereby given that I
have been appointed executrix of the
last will and testament of Oscar G.
All persons having claims against
the estate of Oscar O. Laberee are
directed to present said claims with
proper vouchers attached, to me at
the office of Charles J Ferguson, my
attorney, in the Loomti building,
Klamath Falls, Oregon, -vlthln six
months from the 25th day o Novem
ber, A D 1918.
Executrix of the Last Will and Testa
ment of Oscar O. Laberee, De
The main Idea with n gfrl
regarding gift H tli.it lio
receive plenty of tlirni. We
Miggc-t Camera, Book, pir
turc Framn, Toilet Articles,
Ivory (i'oikIs, etc. If the
glrli see our attractive .stock
they will likely express mun
wishes regarding glfti.
i UlVlcrwootfs wwrnacY
W'v- KLAMATH FALLS OREGON nSl
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF
Notice is hereby given that I have
been appointed as administrator of
the estate of Noah E. Arnold, de
ceased, by the County Court of the
State of Oregon, for Klamath Coun
ty. All persons having claims against
said estate are directed to present
same to me at my office In the City
of Klamath Falls, Oregon, accom
panied by the proper vouchers, with
in six months from the 15th day of
R. E. SMITH,
Administrator of the Estate of Noah
E. Arnold, Deceased.
dall, judge of the said court, and
dated the 21st day of November, A. D.
191S, the first publication to be made
I on Friday ,the 22d day of November,
1 1918, and the last publication to be
1 made on Friday, the 3d day of Jan
' H. M. MANNING,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
,409 Main st., Loomis bldg., Klamath
1 Falls, Oregon.
"A little less than two months ago
1 began taking Tanlac and since that
time 1 havo actually gained twenty-
five pounds," vva-i the remarkable1
stuteiuent mudo by Mrs. J W Will-'
lums, of CiiU Orcas St., Seattle. Wash.
"My health has lieon very poor for
many ye.11.," she continued, "but my
condition has been so bad during the,
past two or three years that I really
don't see how I lived, 1 Buffered most
ull tlie time with fearful hearracnei,
AXYWHKHE IX THE CITY
Western Transfer Co.
w , MMMaaaaiaBaeMeiaMBa ii i
i-i'iiKi'illnii or the Internal organs
with .ilti'itdent III.-1
I 1 eel catilago and giiil mi" lm
pertain itialllli'H mid nm Influent d
In I ho Htvli' of i 01 net ami shoes wot 11
" -Dicih and iiihiiiIh iiK' liilliunlelv,
iiHMiu'lati'il mil mudo!) In dii'i.B up
pcan in ili'iiiiind but IHtl" 'H pu'M'iil
Our iitloli'iii'lil diiuglitei.s often 11 u
pint Juilcment not mil) In ti"x I"1'
l!o)' N'apa-tau Shot's, III anil Low
cut-.. 'I hi') wear 11111I wear ami wear.
.l some nf tlie many lo.s who are
wi'arlnu tlicm. i:cluslvclv at 1
titf K. K. K. STORK. 1
STOP CATARRH! OPEN
NOSTRILS AND HEAD
CHICAGO, Dee 12 "II l "r pa
IHollc duty to put oil mote eulli.
Kiivo i mil ami Improve hnillh," wim
Hie HiiliMtiuicu or nil nddlcHH befote
the I'liblli' llimlth AilinlnlHinitlim .100
Hi-it of the Ainoili'im' I'nhllf Health
AHHiiulntloii loiliiy by Dr. JVanetle V.
Thioi'kmorttm of Cliirltiin, lowii.
"Tlioro inn fiiHliliiiui not only In
iltefH, hut III Hi'iiil of IhoiiKlit 'l
moniU," Dr, Tliriukmnitnn I'ontln
itinl. "Tim Impulse vvlileli inovod
'iir prliiiltlvn iniri'HloiH to adopt
i'ii'hh won), Hut viinliy, next pro
li" lion anil lastly luoilimty Of lliwn.
Hun or pruliii'tlnu bi'oiuh iiidBt nflt'it
llMroKiirilinl by llm gnntltr Hex. Thu
I'liHiiim of weiirliiK Hiinnimr ilothliiK
In wlntiir Ih u pnrnlcluiiH onn, and thu
lontlnuul chilling of llm ukln ciiusos
DOCKS OF BRUGES
RUINED BY AIRMEN
LONPON, I !. III.- I.llioi-atoil
UniKi'H iifloidi'il 11 MrlkhiK testlmniiv
to the work or llm Allied iiliiimn. II
wn.s iiltiii'ked by bomboiB lufuuo Hip
Cetinaiu liml mudo II mi Import nit
b.iHii for Hiibm-rlnpii. Us cxlornlvo
ilnekH, I'oiiuiH'leil with H10 bi'u I'V '"'
nl fotmeil 11 suf" lumiii vvluuv UK'
(initiimi H-hoiilH could be built flttoil
mid leimltod fur Hmlr work or il"B
trui'llmi. Tho rulilH of Hut Allied air
man win" illrm-liMl Bolely til those oh-Jm-llviiH,
and divHlillo tho iiiionwH
ilailUKO dono Id llmm H" ,,, "r lll
town Biiffeiod luirill)' ut all.
Says Cream Applied In Nostrils
lti'lleves llcad-Colds ut Once.
IH....H .tMM...tn .-..-...... itmm
If your Host 1 lis aro clOKKod nmt
Mini- head Its Ktuffed and you can't
luKitho fii'oly bei'jusu of n cold or
catarrh, J nut Ki-t a tmiiill bottla of
ICI.v'h Cream Halm at any time storo,
Apply 11 little of this fragrant, nntl
noptli' t'leiim Into your nostrils mid
lot lt,peueti'tito thru ovury air passage
of j mil- lirnd, HoothliiK and hoalliiK
thu Inriniiied, Hvvollun mucous mom
bniim and you cot Instant relief.
Ah! how good It fcoU, Your noa
trilii tiro upon, )our bond U clear, no
iiioio litivvktiiK, MiuffllnK, blowing;
no inoru Itoiilurho, drynoas or strug
Kiln;; for breath, Kly'u Cream Balm
In Juntuvliat Hiiffuiora from head
rulilH mid caturih nood. It's a do
There is nothing that will please the boy more
than a nice new pair of high class shoes.
We have them in browns, tans, mahogany and
black, and in any make from the English last to
the Army last. The quality of our Boys Shoes are
One of the reasons why you should buy your
shoes at Bradley's is that we sell you the same or
a better shoe for less money. Let us prove it
Modern Shoe Store
GEO. W. BRADLEY, Mgr. 727 Main St.
(No. 1016 Equity)
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, tor the County of Klam
ath. Bank of Yolo, a Corporation, Plain
Louis F. Gelssler and Mrs. Louis F.
Gelssler, husband and wife, and
Sam Bell Wakefield and Isabelle
Wakefield, husband and wife, and
Mrs. H. A. Buffum. Defendants.
To Louis F. Gelssler and Mrs. Louis
F. Gelssler. husband and wife, and
Sam Bell Wakefield and Isabelle
Wakefield, husband and wife, and
Mrs. H. A. Buffum, Defendants:
In the name of the State of Oregen:
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed
against you In the above entitled suit
on or before the 3d day of January,
A. D. 1919, that being the date of the
last publication of summons, and the
last day within which you are re
quired to answer said complaint, as
fixed by the order of the publication
of summons. It you fall to appear
and answer the plaintiff will apply to
the Court for the relief demanded In
said complaint. Said suit is brought
r nariiifa nn nrrlap n nil flar-roo nf atvint
Vl )VUIU vr v U-.-.U uww -.w w -, .
foreclosure, by the above entitled!
Court forever foreclosing and barring
all of your right, title and interest
and equity of redemption in and to
the following described land and
The SEU of the SEU of section
22. the SWU of the SWU of sec
tion 23, the NWVi of the NWVi of.'
section 26, and the NBU of the
NEVi of section 27; tho N4 of the
NEK and the SW4 of the NEU.
and the NW. and the NW of
the SW; the S of the SWU.
and the SE'l of section 36. and
the SEVt of the SWVi of section
35, In township 40, south of range
12, east of the Willamette Merid
ian. Also tho NE V4 and the E 4 of
the W of section 2, and the NV4
of the NEU of section 11, In town
ship 41 south, range 12, east of the
Willamette Meridian, In Klamath
County, State of Oregon.
And that your equity of redemp
tion in and to the above described
lands be foreclosed und forever bar
red, and that you, and each of you.
within a period of twelve months
from tbe date of said decree shall re
deem from a sale of the above do
scribed lands mado by tho sheriff of
Klamath County, Oregon, on the 14th
day of May, 1915, pursuant to an ex
ecution of foreclosure and sale of tho
said premises Issued out of the Cir
cuit Court of the State of Oregon,
and dated the 3d day of April, 1915,
under a judgment of foreclosure and
sate of the said lands and premises,
and dated the 3d day of April, 1915,
in a suit of foreclosure and sale of a
mortgage upon said lands, wherein
Arthur D. Hays was plaintiff and 11.'
F. Carstens and DIUte C. Carstons,
George P. Robinson and Fanuie L.
Robinson, H. A. Buffum ami Ida Pal
mer were defendants; that said prem
ises were bid In at said sale by one
C. W. Bush tor tho sum of $6,972.00.
And that you and each of you, the
defendants above named, shall re
deem the above described lands from
the said sale within a period of one
year from tho date of tho said docroe
of strict foreclosure above mentioned,
or be forever barred and foreclosed
of all your right, title and Interest
and equity of redemption In and to
the lands and premises above de
scribed. This summons Is published In the
Eventug Herald, a, daily newspaper
of general circulation In Klamath
County, Oregon, published, printed
and circulated dally ut Klamath
Falls, In said county and state, by or
der of the Honorable D, V Kuyken-
Roan's Liniment scatters
the congestion and
, A little, applied vnlhout rulbing, will
penetrala immediately and rest and
soothe the nerves.
Sloan's Liniment ts very effective in
"Haying external pains, strains, bruises,
aches, stiff joints, sore muscles, lumba
go, neuritis, sciatica, rheumatic twinges
Keep a big bottle always on hand
for family uss. Druggists everywhere.
30c, 60c and $1.20
JOHN C. CLEGHORN
CITV AND COUNTY ABSTRACT
51 T Main
Money to loan on real estate at
8 per cent.
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic rhyslclan & Surgeon
Hulte 211, I. 0. O. K. Tempi
(over K. K. K. Store)
Phone 3JI . . He. Phone, 258R
(The only Osteopathic Physi
cian aud Surgeon In Klamath
KIX'KAHI) RENT SERVICES
Night l'hoiie 315
Don't lot winter find jour vvooil
shed empty. I'll! It up with
nice, i-h-iiu, dry
while the prices are right.
Klamath Fuel Company
O. PEYTON, Mannger
Office 001 Main. Phone 1 1S-K