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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 16, 1918)
MOiV, III. EMin it ,,M
THE FVrNING IIFRALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
Published dally except Sunday by
The. Hernia Publishing Company of
Klamath Falls al 116 Kourtii street
. l!nti.re.l nt tho nostortlro nt Klam-
nth Palls, Ore . for transmission thru i
the mails at second-class mailer.
Subscription term by mall to any
B.t,lfA in Ifwt l'tlllt'it KlntOS!
One year J5.00 j
Onu month . so 1
Member of t!ie AvmioIiiImI lre
The AssiHlaled Press Is exclusively
entitled te the ue for republication
of nil new dispatches credited to It
or not otherwise credited In this pa
per, and also local news uMIlicd
All lights of republic Uon of spe
cial dlsp.Uihes herem arc also re
served .MONDAY, IiKcT.MliKU Ivl. ltK
Herald's Classified Advs.
WANTED AT ONCK PLANEItMAN
FOR LOW SPEED MACHINE I
DOUHIS IA.MHER Jt HON CO..
DORRIS CAMF 12-6t ,
FOR SALE- House, partly furnlsh-J
ed. on 9th and Hroad. Railroad Ad-,
dltlon See A. F Tlschler. at K am -
Uth DjO Works. H-.t
FOR SALE- Several usod pianos;;
term as low as t 30 per month, I
second-hand organs. $10 to JIO, buy!
before Christmas Shepherd's Piano
Depot, nest door postorhce. 14-4t
FOR SAV.K Planer and matcher,'
Jlermanse No. 15. size Sx2t inches; i
double surface planer and matcher, ,
weight 5.000 lbs. Moore Ilros., Mac-!
doel, Calif. 13-3f
FOR SALE Five room modern
house on west side of river, price'
$1,600; terms Enquire of Leslie'
Rogers, First National bank.
FOR SALE Cheap. 1,400 acres yel
low pine timber, with new 40,000
capacity sawmill installed on same.
Address S C Hamaker & Son, Lan
Kell Valley, Ore. 5-12t
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Starter crank for Hupmobile.
between hospital and Oiehn gar
ape; reward. Return to Herald
LOST One doctor's srlp. full of
auto tools. Return to 22S Main
street and receive reward. F. T.
LOST OR STRAYED Saturday af
ternoon, C months old brown marc
colt, stray od from my place in Mills
Addition. Notify M. L. Miller. 11-4
HRTKAV rimn n mv nlnce In Octo
ber, red cow, about 9 years; buckle;
brand on left hip, owner can have
same by paying feed and expense.
Win. Greene, It F D. No. 1. 16-3t
STRAYED Coming 2-year-old heif
er, red, with few white spots, crop
and split in each ear, banded JK
connected on left hip. Notify Joe
Koesel, Dairy 14-3t
WANTED To buy bicycle. lS-Inch
frame. Phone 23CM. 14-2t
$200 Phonograph and Edison disc
records to trade for piano, or
cheap for cat.h Shepherd Piano De
pot, next dour postotilce. 14-4t
Ilo)s' Nap-a-tuli Mine-., Hi and Lmv
cut. The) wear and wear anil ueur.
Ask Mime of the mail) Ixijs who are
wearing tlieiii, Ev lushely at
Ctf K. K. K. STORE.
Get a xlaml.irtl Insurance policy
from Hie ('liilcote & .Smith agency. 12
CiMlSC. I'ltO.M POItTLAM)
W. C Davenport and daughter will
return this evening from a two weeks
visit In Portland.
-NOTICE OF SALE OI.' ESTItAV
Notice Is hereby given that A. O.
Tardbell of Klamath Falls, Oregon,
has filed in this olllce his nllulavlt that
liu did, on the 24th day of November,
litis, take up tuu following estray
animal, and that after due and rcas
ouuhlu diligence, hud been exorcised,
no owner for said animal could bo
One sorrel gelding horse, with a
white btrlp in face, branded with
tho letter M on the left shoulder
weighing about 1,250 pounds.
Now, therefore, notice Is hereby given
that I will, on tho 28th day of Decem
ber, 1U1S, at the hour of 2 o'clock
p. in., ut the Illue Front xtubles, In
Khun a til Fulls, otfer fur salo to the
highest bidder the ubovo described
(inliiiul ,to satisfy damages, cost of
Looping and all expenses Incurred, in
tituling Justice fee and costs of ad
vertising and Hale, and such other
cosIh and expenses as may have been
Dated this !Uh day of December,
N. J. CHAPMAN,
Justice of the, Pcuco for Linkville
l.fTTl.K SinivUIOIIIS ON Itll'tl llt PIMMJS
A.MONO THK PKOPLl' OK tills ll M ICIU'.
tiOINOS .l) COMI..s OK I.OiVI. I Ml lS
Mrs F. II Downing Jr Is In town
Mm J. K. Lowe I visiting in this
city from Heddlnc. California
Paul Wnlgren U registered at the
Hall Hotel trout Algoma.
V. B. Robert I a Klamath Fallt
business lsltor from Seittle.
F. Hrenner of Dunmulr was
among the train arrivals last night.
Mrs Hubert Frj and Mts lleth Fr
are count) seat visitors from Algoma
1 A. H. (ilnsbach Is a recent arrival
in Klamath Fall from Slon Fall.
Mrs C. Iletts Is a recent arrivil
from Seattle. She Is a guet nt the
Mr and Mrs. O. K. Van Riper who
left here several week. ago are now
In Los Angeles and will spend two
months or more there before return.
Ing to Klamath Falls.
SPECIAL FOR TIIK HOLIDAYS
. .tock nf imnor,,, nnil ,..,.,,
' nishes. Very complete In plain and
'd.ilntr natferns hv tho it ,r . n..n
stock IJuy her a set.
JOHNSTONE Fl'RNITl'RK CO
APPLY SAGE TEA
LOOK VOL'XO! I1IUXG HACK IT
NATURAL COLOR, GLOSS
Common garden sage brewed Into a
heavy tea with sulphur added, will
turn gray, streaked and faded hair
beautifully dark and luxuriant. Just
a few applications will proe a revela
tion if your hair Is fading, streaked or
gray. Mixing the Sage Tea and Sul
phur recipe at home, though. Is trou
blesome. An easier way Is to get a
5-cent bottle of Wyeth's Sage and Sal.
phur Compound at any drug store r 11
ready for use. This is the old time
recipe Improved by the addition ot
While wispy, gray, faded hair Is
not sinful, we all desire to retain cur
youthful appearance and attractive
ness. Dy darkening your hair with
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound
no one can tell, because It does it so
naturally, so evenly,
You Just dani;.-
en a sponge or soft brush with It and
draw this through your hair, taking
one small strand at a time; by morn
ing all gray hairs have disappeared,
and after another application or two,
your hair becomes beautifully dark
glossy, noil ana luxuriant.
This preparation. Is a delightful '
tnllaf rtn alffu nnrl la tint ntniicn
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for the cure, mitigation or prevention
of disease. Adv.
Send Your Mail Orders to
K. K. K. Store
If it is impossible for Jim to conn
to town to do your Anns shopplu
send us) our mail order.. We will do and, In fart. I w racked with pain (lila(oll
our utmost to please in selei tlims, i all over I lost my appellto. nnd niv ( nj, 0,)8erv.iro of , fi0WiB '
anil will send Roods suhjil to )url"f"e became ,o bnttored tlmt I,rllle8 ar0 r.( rr-.I of tho rltlzens of
approval. If not witisfurtory, return hardly know what Bleep was. When ;tll)) c()UMty. I
.. .. i....i tn. i.i .i.ii ..... .i. ..i,.- i
tlicm at our expense. We pay all
postage, express or freight charges. '
Buarantee satisfaction. Ooods
hlilppesl the same mi) omers receiveii. i
K. K. K. Store, leading Clothiers and
Klamath Truck Co.
IKVK8 IIEAVV IIAL'LI.N'r;
(HtAIN, HAV, ETC.
Has Fiw Ton l'.ukanl Truck
, I'lionii lf).M
J. a GOBLE
FRANK T. GUNTHER
Fine Wutili Itep.ilrliig u
22H Main Hlrccl.
i: S Klibv Is a ;ounlv ."ont vtnltoi
fmm Odessi He i eng;)fted In the
Mr and Jli Thomas Mm tin bie
lefi for San Ki.itu iro wheie thev ev
peet to remain until Spring
O K Wllinn is a Klamath Falls
visitor from Portland. He is register-
ed at tho White Pelican Hotel
! Dr. K. 1. Woodruff came In Satur
day nigh. from Portland on matters
'of business. He returned on the
train this morntuc
Attornev Walter Van Knion la able.
to bo out ngatn after an extended
siege of the Influenza at his home on '
Karl Street. '
Manager W. n Parker of the
. Klamith Development Company l
i here from Son Kraneiaro tn look afte
matters of boj.inec for the company
Mr and Mrs C. M Pettlt who i.
side on a ranch on the Merrill r i.l
have left for Senile wlio'e the c
pect to i emain for the winter mmmui
IN PETROGRAD NOW
COPENHAGEN. Dei' Ifi --The Da
eer deter of Storkh'i'm s.i- tl it
P. t ui. rail In suffering an Uns'H ik .
able famine. Prices of provisions tire ,
out of rt arh One herring sells for ." ,
rubles anil Is eallol cheap. People (
bii them on the street and eat them
on the spot, nnd If n herring hiud
Is tnrown nwiy mere l a rush to set I
The cllr elemonta cannot Ret food
Thousands are now Insane from hun
ger Of the city's 3. 000,000 now
only .'.oo.ono inhabitants are left
Rumors of intervention by tho en-
tente have caused the llohluevlkl to ;
persecute all who yet aro living.
will isit cLi:vi:iaM
I) W (leorce. a well known ranch
er on the Keno road will 'eavc ml
week for Cleveland. Ohio for an ex
t- pi'wl visit with his sou
HEALTH O ISM) HKI'ORI. TtKIVO
T.lXLVf IIOVT .SEE -VOW HOW
A ,(U( lpM lJ)an two ra0Ilth8 a?o
,,)CRan taklllB Taniac anJ aintc ihMl
Jmp j hnvp artaaiiy cainou iwoni
rlvo nnnniI... wa, tIlo riml(ablo I
statement mado by Mrs j. w mu
inms. of G50 Orcas St
M) nenun nas noon very poor i..r
manv years," M.e oontlnuod. "but my
condition has been so bad .lurltiB tun
past two or throo yoan. tint I really,
don't tee how I lived. I suffered
most all the time with fearful head-
aches, and nful pnlns In my ha.k
"" ""i'" " i '" " ij..h-b
of rourse, becamo doubly hard, and
my health being bad nlitrtv, I i..pt,
"""s "".'"""" " ' j
fierytliltig I could to keno out of bed
I did I
but fin illy got to whore I wn iunt ui
Pii'l down would sit up one day nnd
'be In Ijed'lho next nnd I oon had
to give up my hatiMwnrk bemuse J,
"UH '(J yil'illi, lVilttl ilUH Jllft"
jipijtl 'ir day of giiffering anu i,iUory
( r mo "
i "I went down from nno hundroO
and fortv poiiiiiIh lo less than a hun-
i tired, nnd was Just a framo with
1 Kftirrfl) ttrength to move around. I
i finally mndo up my tnlnd from what I
ip-jd about Tnnlne to try It and I
havo lertalnly found It wonderful. I
'now weigh ono hundred and twentv-
flvo pounds and If anyono rould feel
llkn ri now pernon I do. My nnpotlte
, Is splendid and I am Just building un
everv day M) nerveK nro In good
londltlon I havo gotten rid of all my
pain and now I sleep lllco a ihild
every night I havo gained up much
.In Htiength already that I ran do nil
my li()ii"ovtntk without tiny tioiiblu
and I havo been hoimfltoil no much
that I am glut loocoinmuiid Taniac
to everybody "
Tnnlne Is sold In Klamath Falls
by tho Mar Drug Co , and In Lornlla
by Jnmos Merc Co.
S M.I'M. Oi Dec It'. Willi milv
Mien moto lil I o IlieiiM' appllca
lions loielveil out of lu t.3.317 re
gisieieil lat voir, Secretin v Olcott
has warned rur owner to get their
applications In nt onro to aold trmi
ble after tho first of the vear. Mr.
'rntess owners of automobiles
who h.no not .vet applied for the'r
ftO licenses rile their applications
pvmptly the are llkot.v to oxpeil
ence some liironveleuce at the nmli
of iKilieo oftlcerx about the tlrst of
Jmititiv next If our offlie priii'iptl.
eieiii .iiIUatlous from ill iImm'
iii nor !il lo owners who desli- to
OFF THE FLU
(oin no mid mi.ii i s Tiur
i:pidimic t.w iti: r.MPiD
tllT i ti: DAVS If ll'l.l. CO.
opritTio i ;ivi:n.
At a Joint meeting of i'ty ni-ii
,ou,,t) f fliers la .t otcnlnc. l w'iIiSi
WPro ,jrcson, ur (;,M,rK,. Morry
man. County lleillh Oftlier, and Dr
Watren Hunt. City Health Office-.
It was unanimously agreed that more
rigid measures should be liumedl-,
ntely ndopted in order to check the
i epidemic of Influenza now present
Klamath County. It ns agreed
libit there must he cooperation on
I the part of nil the people of the
count) In order to stamp out this
I disease. It wan the opinion of the
' tvo physicians that If Hie foltowltiK
1 pollry. adopted by them. Is closelr
adhered to, tho epidemic can be rurh
' m! within ten days, and the warning.
Ill ghoti that If the people fail to co-
I operito in this Important mntter.
rigid measures will be taken tn en
force tho penalties prescrlbi'd bj law
A summary of the policy, whli h U
to be in force from and after Decern,
her II. 191 S. Is as follow w I
1 Ml Inlluenzn patients are to he
ttol.it re! !
All prospective patients, that Is.,
Sthoje peoplo who lme been exposed
t this dlseaso nre ulso to h liolated
for about four iI.'iih
1 - Every city nnd county physl-
c'an Is lo be promptly appointed as a
deputy health olllcer In the county. ,
i i Every health olllier Is to make
in dally report or Ititlu.'iiza patients.
(and thoso who have been exposed to
reports from all the
health olllcors will l hhIiHhIimI iiniiv
7 ?.T7" .' .?"" ..."".
i " iihuilii iiuiiiii rums ri'KiiriiuiK
tho Influenza will he published dully
7 Instruction cards regarding pro
ventlou and cam of liilluetiza can bn
80CUrci nl tll0 tlrUK ,,.,
fcKooi, ,, t.Cessarles will
rurllsied to those In iiuarantlne.
9AMtat rIty hoaHU nmrn
,, prccln(., const;,,,,,., collnty. to'
vIu t)aJy ,nMll,.,1!!a ,,ntlelHi un,, .'
. , 10 . ,,..,-,.,..,., ...I
a L.f.p J()Ur Jfmf,H ,,
,,Tae a ,,at,, 0.,.ry ,, '
ciet ,, of fr(Hh ,
,i Kat plain nourlr.hlng
... ..,.,.., ..i...... ..,.
o Keep jour feet warm and dry
Kcniovo wet clothes as soon hh pos
fAy) eMmi, ()f Uo ,(0(,y jf
living in rooms of a tqinporaturo bo
low C5 degrees or above 72 degrees
g finrgle frequently with n mild
It Avoid pcrsonH suffering from
coldii, roro tliro.itn and coughs.
I Cover your noso with your hand"
korchlef when you sneeze your
mouth when you cough. Chungo
handkerchiefs frequently. Promptly
dls'nfed soiled hiindkarchlofs liy
boiling or washing with soup and
J If side no mailer how slight
ly hc'o u physician.
OEO. II. MKUKVMAN,
County Health Olllcor.
City Health Olllcor
MHH. PAUL ifOOAItniJH,
AMHlHtnnt City Iloolth Officer.
C II. CltlSLEU, Muyor.
openite tbelr nil' without lult'riui
turn from ei-r lo )ear. It witt , l"
lueu es nut without delm Hii ii i1
great imijolltj of rnr ownen d ! i
appMni; for Il'lll llepuiwi until !'
latter put of this mouth or ti i i
of Jauiinr) next, It will he ltiu" '
lo leglster uiiloinoblln and . i ;n
and forw.itil llrento plntos dm iK" ,,w
of the reielpt of appllentloua
' I Uh. iluueforo, In imp'en iiin-n
car owueis who lmn not ye n !)! I
for I'JIU licenses In do . nl on. i
I it iur a man na rit' m A i
lions woto toeolMul III . ln'l -In
aid It wag- mil) by n auerxiue v ' '
of the office foreo mid by inl. m
ovcirtluio I tint we wero jble in .
s npiillrntlona and nati ami .
Ihelnes without diMii)."
Seven hundred portnble bnu r
Mirlous uses were sent to I'uiiin i
the lied Cross
W(e luiei will ltl
Tho Car's Weight
prcMts t! c Wuh-i Cjp ti July
gsintl the puvemci f. A vecuui i
is :hus funnnl, 'I ho lira rullj
rorwtrd.ricci' lifts tharu.cJiH-
nc, nil rr'mi tlifl Jdi-lit I
frlft vntluiut rriarditi4(henrcil.
1 lint's why N'acuum t.'ipi ati
(KcnnUeeJ not tu tkij un ncf,
slippery psvtvucotj, e!io ictun .
blo at purrhes pr.ct, ulur
77 sj 'Ivaxia
ore CBtjniteJ ir warranty
Wiikellelil A .Sullivan
ltd l. mill Khitiuilli ate.
Klatiialh I'nIU, Ore.
ANVwiiEiiE is the cirv
CH'K si:it ii"i:
' ui:soahli. iin:.s
Western Transfer Co.
Roofing of All Kinds
W. D. MILLER
New Cily Laundry
We Quarantee Our Work.
Shirts and Collars Laundered.
We also wash silk, word, and col.
j ored goda very carefully. Try ut
once arid be convinced Our price
re right. Phone 154.
127 Fourth Street
Back of First National Bank
IW!Y ' M
HI' VY wr iVv J"r.Li
Ws'h.x.: yir f rs.v i
irs?.W f v . rv
Kvr r-n?5fi- - m p ,,
Kt fiprU-iy v .... -
lu .i ;..! tint' ,our vnv for tho winter don't
foijirt ,oui lutti'i.v, and roincmbur tlmt tin
"LXIDE" M-i.i't' station nuto will call foi yotii
lnitfi.it. No i tni cliai
Liu- .storage for your auto for $f pir mouth
mi do not have to drain your radiator. Hi'inl
.stiir.i.uc at ?: pir month.
The Electric Garage
23 Mam St.
Some phonotrrrtphs play
one make of records. And
other phonographs, other
records. The Brunswick
plays nil records- -nil makes.
This one feature nlone makes
The Brunswick the most tie
aircJ nnd desirable phono
graph. It means that you enn
enjoy nil of the munic of the
vcrlj. None in denied you.
Ai. J b titer still is the fnct
that T!.o Brur.awick plays nil
records better with more
Come to our store and prove this to your own
satisfaction. Let us demonstrate The Brunswick.
Learn its ninny points of superiority. Compare it
with the others. The low price nnd easy terms of
payment are especially nltrnctive.
' M' ' ' i J
H. J. WINTERS
Jeweler and Optician
TO BE MUSICIANS
i.'ia anc,i:i,i:k. i.,c ir .svuriv
..II avinloiH nnd uullu op'ralont puss.
w miulcil nblllly i ml vsein hoiu
i aily In tho life i,f iIhiIi- moilier pur
"lit. i:perl nui'iemiitliiiiiii noMir
hi" ami) good inn ih lam Only II! per
lent of tho men who giadiiiilo from
iiilleuii hnvii low pin lied voiles. These
wero among t hit in'tuilly aiinruiioiid
illHioterli-H or 'llii'ophlliiH Ku of IIiIm
illy im Hie ri'Hiili or iniihn iuim or
leseiiiih liming ivlilili over iilgliteeil
llioiiMHiid IiihIh hi in niiiilo In high
siiiooN hem ami nw yk ( ,
tolluKcs mill iiiiihIi in Kiiisiirvuloiliis
In mini) pails or t In. lountiy,
Olliui fin In mwiiliul Iiv lilx uiu.u.
ho uald, wore tint tho itiiiurntluii or
- i'p. nM nhonc 122-M. L4
f f"V CVSZt 9kasl
i R iiii M
ssa sC m mmjm jMs
ujS5r J mrQB'Brwr fmr mrm m
701 Main Street
i ) lilini and rylhiule Mound vviih morn
diivedopeil In rhlldren horn or )oiin
, molheiM than lliimn or motheis ot
, mlildlo age, thai drainnile ability "
also llin iimiiII of nil I)' motliiilhiMiil.
Hint ini'ii who Iium- high or iiii'illuiu
IiIkIi voices vvein luilltind tovvaid lh
1 proriwuloiiM and nits, and lluil iliiilmt
llin pant I IN) yearH mot tt liiihleH i'"'
born who developed Hiiiiiinonii' teii"f
volt im 'than or llin I'oulrallo or Ihih
WNn liu)irx will tllt