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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 13, 1918)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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Now In Quarantine
Following arc the nami' and ad
drcwc of the inilucnu patients now
Isolated in this city Follow lnp the
nnmo of each patient I tlio name ami
address of members of patient fam.
Ily In Isolation
Hohcrt Gruj. 219 Michigan Ae.
mother and father in Isolation. 219
Mr. Gaterlcrl, and two children.
Pelican CItj, Wife and Lester Epln
Bill in Isolation Pelican CItj
Carl Burkett and wife, tent on Sth
and Klamath Mother-in-law and
child In Isolation In tent on Sth and
Clarence Palmer, old Stilts Kanch.
Mr and Mr Pardtin. In Isolation on
old Stilts Kanch
Chas Chantelll. Manianlta and
Crescent Ac. Mrs Chantelll In Is
olation, Mamanlti and Crescent
H M Unrgrnxe, 23S Juniper.
Wife and threo children In Isolation!
Mrs llalncs. 206 Mlchlgsn Ao
A Family Gift
There are two Victrola sold to musicians
to one of the next popular make.
Surprise your family Christmas Eve and
delight" every member of the family for
years to come.
Fouto twenty months for payment if de
sired. Hear five different makes all togeth
Shepherd Piano Depot
Next Door to Postoffice
Smart Pumps for Gifts
When you think of Christmas, you
think of gifts tokens of holiday senti
ments to friends from friends. There
are usually hosts of gifts to choose from,
but what could be more truly acceptable
than a dainty pair of pumps, a pair of
shoes, or a nice pair of house slippers.
For ladies, girls, men, boys and the
Ksther Halne In Isolation, 30
Mr and Mrs W II Wjniuit Ai
drey Wvnunt. link of l.'OR Oregon
nventio. Loutsu Vnnt, 9 , tn
Ml vh IV Clialnc, Shlpplngtou
Hoarding House, Mother In Isolation
at Khlpplitgton Pointing House
K M IMwardx. near Stukel and
Walnut A Mrs K. M Kdwards,
two children In Isolation near StuKel
Mrs M K Owen Smith's Cottage
Mills Addition, Family recoM'rlng
John Mi Call. .131 Jefferson Mrs.
John McCall in Isolation 33 1 Jeffer.
Tom Howell' resident e, one girl)
10 )ears old, Tth and Sth on Plum
Ha; don Hell and two. sons, between
Tth and Sth on Plum.
Three Heekett children. Wet
Main St, Mother and fJther recoer
Ing Hutchlns girl, 16 ers old, t
Main, Fnmlly recovering
Wlnefred Poliin. 1109 Pine St,
Mother In isolation, two people In
W J Jones and Mrs W J Jone
and three children S12 Oak St, Jones
family Isolated on upper floor, nurse
In charge None exposed
Mollle Williams. S West Main St:
Nurse In chirgo
Mrs. Markam, Pond's old Studio,
C C. Jalo. Lincoln and Sth St. Six
Cooper, Heed Kunming House
Cus Hlljard. Olene ltoad. wife and
two children In isolation
The following people, are at the
Pen Dol-ip. John Ilrook. Carl Nel.
bon, I) C Morris, J Kitrnlik, Mr
J. W McMamus. Mrs J V McM.in
us, K Kspanaill, A Dean
h.U M:V8 IIHINOS HUOTI1KU til" .tho limlittlhH hospllal here Ntnomher
l)KCK.HK MAX Ti KI..I.TII. SMh. arrUed last nigh, from .u ni
'mento on Icitrnlun of his liioiheiH I torn
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Nelson who died of the influenia at ago he kid
lirnuili'd 0 onr bar on left slioul (kitn, Klamath Ptilli
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An a result of the regulations pro.
mulgatcd on account of the epidemic
of Influenza, the ladies of the Catho
lic Church postponed the Catholic
Hair which was to have been held
last month until all danger from the
disease has passed. Secured for that
event was a large quantity of arti
cles collected from Convents from
every part of the United Statei. In
response to many requests, the ladles
have decided to place on sale some of
these articles and for that purpose
have secured accomodations In the
store room now occupied by the City
Transfer company, 616 Main Street,
where some of the choicest creations
of embroideries, lingerie and other
articles will b offered those seeking
excluslveness and Individuality for
their Xmas gifts The sale will con
tinue only long enough to dispose of
the few articles selected for the purpose
Huy our Xmas gifts at the. sale of
Convent-made articles conducted by
tho ladles of tlio Catholic church, 61S
Main street. 13-3t
The Farmers Warehotuo Is now
under new dispensation. It Is on
Sixth street, and Is cement No fire:
no freeze; no mud. Store anything
hut livestock If jnu want to keep
It bring it to me. Winter car stor
age a specialty, $2 per month. .Make
reservation now. Box 521 Phone
228W M K. PARKEK, Lessee
Keml jour man order to K. K. K.
htoir for Christina goods or an).
thing in Clothing and Footwear.
The) Ruuruiilre satisfaction ami pa
all pontage and express charge. 6tf
Riin tho (.Ynilluttn rtfiinliiv lit m.
broldered linen towels for Xmas gifts
at 6 IS Main street 13-31
tkti jou noticed how cheap nu
can buy a Reed overcoat lit the big
sale at the
6 tf K. K. K. KTOIIK.
Kmbroidcred Articles for Sale
Cnnvunt rnuiln MnH mrr.lllftlvn rlr'HllfnH
jat moderate prices 616 Main, 13-3t
In yesterdays letter the writer In
advertently stated tho Team Captains
and their workers for Red Cross
Christmas Roll Call would meet at
the Red Cross offlco at 11th and
Main at 3 o'clock Saturday P. M.
This should have read at the Cam
paign Headquarters In tho I.oomls
a CO. J. WALTON.
Apparel Heads the List of Gift Offerings
Furs, Dresses, Suits, Coats, Waists and Outer Garb of all descriptions pre
dominate among Christmas Selections. We have gone beyond all former
limits in getting together a most complete and satisfying assortment in every
class of apparel. All of which is here now awaiting 'your inspection and selection.
Women's Suits Reduced
We have taken all of our Suits and repriced them
at a considerable reduction. Beautiful dressy suits,
this season's choice styles, and best grade materials.
Women's $90.00 Suits, Special
Women's $45.00 Suits, Special
Women's $40.00 Suits, Special
Women's $35.00 Suits, Special
Women's $33.50 Suits, Special
Women's Coats at $35.00
This lot of high priced Coats is composed of gar
ment of latest mid-winter models; full, loose styles,
novelty belted and semi-fitting models; season's bcit
colors are represented. Extraordinary values.
Special Holiday prices $35.00
Women's Coats at $45.00
Coats for utility wear and the more dressy models,
made up in Vclour, Plush, Silvercloth and mixtures.
Special Holiday price $45.00
Large assortment women's and misses' furs; scarf
and sets of Fox, Muskrat, Skunk, Coney and Rac
coon. Choose now for Christmas.
Prices from $6.50 up to $125.00
In a variety of fashionable
models. Panelled, fringed,
tucked and braid trimmed
dresses; draped and pleated
models; new tunic effects
with fringe edge; a most
noteworthy offering of
splendid afternoon dresses.
Prices from $20 up to $45.
25c Each Women's real linen
hand embroidered handker
chiefs, in pretty design
Special, each 25c
35c Each Men's all linen hand
Very special three for $1.00
19c Each Box children's fancy
colored edge handkerchiefs;
best wash colors.
Special, box .... ... 19c
35c Each Women's all linen
hand embroidered handker
chiefs, fancy embroidered cor
ner or any initial.
Special three for $1.00
A great variety of new Neckwear
New showing Boudoir Caps
New popular styles Velvet Bags.
Imported French Kid Gloves
I new shades
Kayser and Gordon Silk Hose
full color line,
Horsman Unbreakable Dolls
Complete line of Infants' Wear.
New Models Nemo Corsets
Dainty Waist of Georgette
Crepe de Chine, in white, flesh,
navy, green, yellow, black; ex-'
cellcnt quality silks. Many Incc
trimmed and hand embroidered
styles. Sizes up to 46.
Prices $5.00, $6.50, $8.50, $10.00
Women's Silk Petticoats
In full assortment for Christmas
presents. Splendid quality of
changeable Taffeta, Mcssaline
and Jersey Silks; good full style,
with plaited and tucked flounces.
Priced $3.50, $5.00, $6.50, $7.50
ONLY 9 SHOPPING DAYS
THE WOMEN'S STORE
ONLY 9 SHOPPING DAYS