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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 18, 1918)
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
vi!i:m v, m: nun ii ih ,,
The Evening Herald
PtililnliPd dallv except Sunday by
Tho Herald Publishing Company of
Klamath Fulls, at lift Fourth street
Entered nt tlu postotHco at Klam-
nth rll. Ore , for transmission thru
lie mails as second-class matter.
UTT1.K SllKI.UJIIT ON I.OCW. II l VKWN'CS
AMOM1 TIIK I'l'OIM.f- OF HIP CITY AMI Mt'iMl'V,
tiOINCS AM) COMINGS OF LOCAL FOLKS
MIr O.raro Lytic U n r,..
Subscription terms by mall to any
drrss in tlio Uliitcil Stated:
The Misses Kae und Hot" Demoi
ost art" Klamath Falls UUrs from
Mrs .1 t Moiptiv is among (Ito
vMtois ftom ll'o outside dlstiU't
khU Silo Is registered .n iho Hotel
Mall from Meril.t
Extra Good Values in
$5.00 (Merrill today.
Helmer Weratunrck iiat In yc-
Mn.lt Rgan of the Alumna l.umlx"- ft?
rmnpauy Is in the county seat look-
M H.lur of the Associate,! I'..- !ltnla) tmrrnoonrrem ttlowfw:; II
Tl.c Ai-soi tutMl Press is exclusively; . . , ... t 8 guot at tho hlte IVItrnn llo'o
entitled to the Use for republication ;""" "" "'
of all nr! dispatches credited to It J r u iy,,0i9 xv0!l among tuo ! Mr- nn1 xlni "pnrv Wooir well
train arrivals last evening from See-1 bnovv rddnt8 of Sw. n Lake Vnllev
ramento ' ,n,s morJ,uK fop Porterville. Cat.
. Ifornta. wuore ther expe. t to lein.un
or not otherwise creutieu in uus i
jior and also local news i ubllEhoil
All rights of retuhllcat'on of pe-
i hes heroin nro also re-
C. I. Hallld.v s down on uuMiiess, for the winter months
from hi Wg dairy ranch In Ppuori
lainrell Vnllev for a short ttule. Arehlo Hanklns and Leo Moore
WFUNEsl. . 1J1U EMIIKK IS, mis! . nave returned from I'orM.ind. wlicio
: ' J S. McClellau. who operates a ,boy h3T0 bcen ,,,,,,. , ,,
Hai ni T 1 1 S , Penerol slore at ML t-nkl transacted iviytcrhnlcal S.i.ool underline
cnud s CmSsincd Advs.,b",llnci '" Ulls cu ycstoriilay nttpr wm mimnc forrM.v m i,.
- i , K. O. Snlnk l in the tty mi mat
FOR RENT Willis llartlHt arrived oif the train ,ors of bulno uli i.iiorost on
Mist evening. Mle has been attending sprlnc Creek. Ho eauie in l. auto
FOR 1U:NT Kitrnlshed apartments. , 0 Oregon Agricultural Colloso mltl- ,Hrii,, ,rM .,. .,,.
I...l.3.. ........ Th,.l( .-. . ... v ..,-... . ... i.
uuwu.uh, vu.i.i-. ..... ,. ,. trainin- school.
j l.yle McCormiry returned la
I evanlng from Washlngloit. where hn
! has hceu Identified with the Spruce
I the road toward Algoimi Just mil
side Klamath KalW l almost Impiivs
(ble on aci-ount of the .ttik mud
FOU SALE Christmas trees
ton Brothers, phone 112U
i-nn our .in ii.n., h,r.. .h-in ! Mr. snd Mrs K M. Hrown and Mrs
1.. A. Will, care postoilice. 17-21 ' I'illarJ arj? here for a short ttm
1 from Algomn The are guest nt
FOIt SALE Several used pianos;' ,tie Hotel Hall
terms as low as $7 DO per month; '
second-hand organs, $10 to $20; buy ;
before ChrMmas. Shepherd's Piano
Depct. next door poto!flce. H-ft
FOU SAI.K Planer and matcher.
Hermanso N'o. 15. size Sx2l Inches;,
double surface planer and matcher.
weight S.ouo lbs. Moore IJros., Mac-i
doel, lallf. 13-51 ', I
HAVE ROSY CHEEKS
AND FEEL FRESH AS
A DAISY TRY THIS!
Says glar.1 of hot water with
photphate before breakfut
washes out poisons.
FOU SALE FIe room modern;
To see the tinge of healthy bloom
in ji.ur fnce, to see jour sklu get
ilnarer and clearer, to wake up Illi
cit a headache, barkathe. coaled
Ed Ilitenour and several others of tongue or a nasty breath, lu fact, to
liouso on west side of river, price
$1,600; terms'. Enquire of Leslie
Itiifnm T.-1.-CI VnlirtTinl lif.,tL- 1 1.7
'this vicinity went duck hunt Ins Sua-fcel your best, day In and day ojt,
FOU SALE Cheap. 1,400 acres yel-jdaj- down on the rler. lust trv Inside balhiug everv uiorultig
low plno timber, with new 40,000 , for one week
r.-inaeltv sawmill Installed on same.: Iieraitl tiemilwrtglll OI Itoun'l
Address S C. Hamaker & Son, Lan
gell Valley, Ore. 5-12t
Iike wa.s a business caller In Khun
ath Falts Saturday.
1STUAY Came to my place In Octo
ber, red cow, about 0 jears; buckle
brand on left hip; owner can have
same by paying feed and expense.
Wm. Greene, II. F. D. No. 1. 16-3t
$200 PhonogTaph and Edison disc
records to trade for piano, or
cheap for cash. Shepherd Piano De
pot, next door postoaice. 14-U
Get a standard insurance policj
from the ChUcote .V Smith agency. 12
will sn:i: i'ijmse the
Our lloor Is now chock full of hun
dreds of different articles one could
possibly think of giving the children
and youth for Christmas. Don't put
It off until too late, but do your (.hop
ping now whiles the stock i3 com
plete and the selection Is better.
Should you decide upon any i.rtlcle
It will be set aside and delivered at
the proper time. A few of the spe
cials: Victory Hand Uars, Wagons,
Velocipedes, Toledo Scootri, Holler
Scooters, Child's Rockers, Sleds,
Coasters. Sanitary High Chairs, Doll
rVtrfo nml FI,11 Tlrwla 1tl.mLhorir,la (
Desks, Dining Sets, Hobby Hordes,
Kiddle Cars. etc.
J01LNSTONE FUHXITL'ItE CO.
Uefore breakfast each day
ilass of real tint water with a tea
'spoonful of limestone phosphate in It
Milton Heavllin of Plevna has re- 3S a harmlma means of washing from
turned home after working a month the stomach.lher. kidneys and bowels
for C. O. Hunt of Orindale. lIlp Previous day's Indigestible waste.
auur bile and toxins; thus cleansing.
Mrs. S. S. llradgon has gone to 3eeienlng and purifjlug the entire
Long Beach. California after spend- alimentary caml before putting moru
Ing the summer with relatives lu food Into the stoma h The action ot
Klamath County. She l a sister of hot' water and limestone phosphate on
YouMl choose from a great variety of good things; styled
with distinction, best of all-wool materials; made by
Hart Schaffner & Marx. Characteristic models for
young men, full of spirit. Styles for older men with
character and dignity. They're worth more than $40,
you'll say so when you see them.
Mi -M- - A W A
Women Are Invite
to Make Use of This Store in
Their Holiday Buying
Most Women will want to give the men in their family
useful gists. The war lesson is still uppermost with
everyone. At this store, you'll find nothing else but
useful gifts; things that men need and buy for them
selves. You'll like our spirit of service; the desire to be
helpful; our knowledge of what men like.
C. M. Hunt.
'ttn empty stomach is wonderfully In
vigorating. It cleans out all the sour
fermentations, gases and acidity and
;lcs one a splendid appetite for
A quarter pound of llmestono phos-'
phate v. Ill cost cry little at the drug
store but is sufficient to demonstrate
that ju.it as soap and hot water
icleinses. sweetens and freshens tho
skin, so hot water and limestone nhos.
Dave Price Is taking in a bunch of ,llia,e act on tlle bIood anU irlternaI or.
gans. "Those who arc subject to con-
John Hushing, Milton Heavllin and
C. O. Hunt helped U. V. Ess gel his
horses and miller off the Island near
Whltelln ranch Sunday. Mr. Ess
lost a fine mare, by drowning in the
river a few days ago.
T. A. Cregan was In tho cotitj
teat on business Saturday.
horses to feed for the winter.
The Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes
Geo. PInney who has been working, 8t,ptl0nb",o"!, atli'cks. uclJ stomach
for I). Price expects to leave for San
FrancUoo soon for tho winter.
Have you visited our Furniture
Department' C. A. Plath, over
Star Drug Co. 1S-U
rheumatic twinges, also those whose
skIu is sallow and complexion pallid,
are assured that ono week of Inside
Lathing wl'l have them both looking
Seven hundred portable houes for and feeling better in every way Ad
various uses were sent to France b '
the Ued Cross.
Send Your Mail Orders lo
K. K. K. Store
NOTICE OF ESTIIAV
une 2-ycar-olu steer, uranueu K,.m ,,)llr m.tn (JI,ers
crown u vviin iwo legs, crop on eacu
par flu nor niav hnvn fuimn In- nrnr.
ing ownership and paying advertis-!'""' ui" h,",
If It Is Impossible fur joii lo conic
to limn to do jour A'inas shopping,
our utmost fi please in selertiuiis.
ooiN sulijert to jour
lug and feed
1S-31 (Item m
"" i poslage.
box of our cigars, as
tiivc him a
you'll make a friend of him for life.
18-It STAIl DIICO CO,
six; hoes 'io m: kept aiiiioad.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 15
The ninetj -second division of aim?'
negroes, nsslgned by General "-!rsh-Ing
for earlj convoj home. Is to be
1 ept In Europe, the War Depuitn.ent
has nniiouncei' today. Tho chitige
in plans Is believed duo to th selec
tion of this division as a re?'ti unit
In reinforce the uuny of oceupitlo-i
If not snlisfartorj, return
our expense, V p;ij nil
express or fieiylit rburgi-s,
mill guarantee s.itisf.iction. GooiN
hhlppeil tlies.uiieil.il onlers lereivcil.
K. K. K. Stole, Leading Clollileis mill
Ten Ihousand pounds of other were
shipped lo Franco by the Ued Cross,
ho our toldlurs might have relief from
llllJI'I'N IV ill Visit
Klamalh Truck Co.
does heavy h.u'livg
c'iiai.v, hay, i:tc,
lias I' he-Ton I'jiil.iird Tiuck
J. G. COBLE
FRANK T. GUNTHER
I'lui! Watch Itepaliiiig,!!
ii'M Main Htri'i-I.
Ladies' & Men's
MADE TO OIIDEIl
IIE.V1' OF WOKK.MA.VSIIIP
LATEST KTLES Uif
PEitr-Err fit f;rAitATEi:i)
I'rlcc are very reasonable
Ynitr inspection Invited
Gias. J. Cizek
.".IH Main St.
SUE TEI DHlt '
TO DAHKEN Hi
THIS MAN'S MONEY
WENT UP IN SMOKE
IT'S (iltAM)MOTHI IPS KECIPE TO
liltING IIA( K (OLOtl AND Lt'H
TEL TO ll.UIt
LONDON lily mull ) Hturu !
Amerlrn for the Amerlnm soldiers
who hnvn camped In England for half
u year without evur seeing tho French
front menus a return to u Inud where
paper money looks lllio their Idea of
money, One dlsmnsoluto private vviu
acrosted at Eagle Hut, London, Hie
.You can tin n gray, inded hair beau- i,K y. , ('. A. ceritor.
If lly dark and lustrous almost ove- -whafa the mattur, moii?" uskod
night If you'll get a fiO-cent bottlo ot .. ..,,., Tri.,,ll,. -ecr,,,,,ry.
"I wan J it nt thinking I'd like Home
of those pancakes, sir," the private
"Anil you'ru broke, holt?" tltn Ued
Trlungle man guusHed from long cx
"Ve.i, olr." i
"lluen a long tlmo since pay day?"
"No, Hlr; wo wuru paid last Satur
day." "Lot your motioy?"
"Well, you might call It that."
"No, sir. You sen, sir, llioni was
Hutnii of us walking liouiii lasp night,
V etli's Sagu and Sulphur Coin
pound" at any drug i.tore. Millions
of bottles of tills old famous Saga Tea
iltclpe. Improved by the addition of
iil:or Ingredients, nro sold mutually,'
av a well known druggist here, bo
cjiiko il darkens the liulr so uittur
ally and evenly that no ouo can tell Is '
has been applied
Thoso whoso hair Is turning grny'
.r hetotnliti; faded have n suriirlso
awaiting tl.etn, bccaiiBe nftnr ono or'
two applications tliu gray hair van
ishes and your locks become luxuri
antly dark and ho.Mitlful. I
Tills lu Itin lie,, nt voiith. flrav-
hatred, nnattractivo folks aren't want- '"' ' u"l "1 m 'lKri.ll. pup..
d around, so gel busy with Wyou's
null passed them it round. I thought
Sage and Sulphur Compound fought "" ""I U f""" llt '"' "IIU
and you'll bo dollghted with your A'"1 ""-,l t,,lH i'"iIiik I discovered
dark, handsome hair nnd your youth- """ '' ""I l' " my money II
f.ll l.l.riI.r.l.r wlll.In fl fW llllVH. . W"H "ll", ,,l,''0 "'t'0 '"' HlllllllIK
This preparation Is a tollot roiul.ilto """-'. made nut oMIbhuo puper."
and U not Intnnded for tho euro, mltU
'union or prevention of dl'souso. Adv ' r, vr,. ,IA,)Wut,,: yui TO MEET
i Anything you, want In honed sin
tloiiery nothing liner,
. 18-It STAU l)HU CO,
Wise Iiiiji'ih will visit
POUTLANI), Dec. 18 Tliu Oregon
I llotiill IlufJ win u nnd luiplmmmt
i thlrlitenth minimi loiivenllon Jiiniiiiry ,
J21 to 'i In Portland. Tho proi;niiii
1 Thirty-two Ihousand school chll- for tliu (onvcntloii Ih now boltig pto-i
dren In the schools of Purls wore ro- purucl.
telvlng regular lunches from the llfcl J '
Cross during tho past year, 11UY A THIUFT STAMP TODAY
' Grcnt accompljnhmcnto, like great
rivers, often spring from tiny begin
nings. V Many of the largest accounts carried
by this institution have developed from
very humble starts.
1i The amount of the initial deposits is
secondary to the determination of the
individual to add to it with system and
II Call today. Ono dollar will open your
account with this institution.
First State &
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON