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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 4, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Good Shoes strong,
sturdy, yet pleasing to
look upon arc not the
product of chance. Nor
is the total absence of foot-pinching. Buster Brown
Shoes are good all through in the careful selec
tion of the leather used, the design of the lasts and
care taken that any point subject to extra strain
should be strongly reinforced.
Buster Brown Shoes arc made
in a wide variety of styles
and leathers by Brown Shoe
Company, Inc., of St. Louis.
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KOKMKIt UKSIDK.NT VISITS
K. S. Tern llUger, who formerly
operated n ranch for many yeAra In
the Merrill district ami who now re
sides near Sacramento, has return
ed to Klamath County and expects
to Kpend the next two weeks on mat
ters of business here.
1IKKK FOR CO.NKKKKNCK.
C. r. Van Houttc of tho Pacific
Telephone and Telegraph Companv
at Eugene, and I. H. Robertson and
John llcsslg, who recently took ovor
the Lake County phone system, are
here for a conference regarding the
now rates Instituted by the govern
g CORNER 6TH AND MAIN CORNER 6TH AND MAIN m
5 "I LEAD, AND OTHERS FOLLOW" M
i AIN'T MAD AT NOBODY"
OPEX FOIt BUSINESS '
Now is your chance to get your
auto repair work done, and done
right, at fair prices. Low rent, strict
attention to business, fast workman
shnp and thorough experience make
it possible for us to assure you satis
faction" at prices that wont 'rour.s.cate
your car. We also do general tilack
smlthlng and horseshoeing. An ex
perienced shoer will put your horse
on his feet right.
All work strictly guaranteed
SIXTH STREET REPAIR SHOP
7-6t cod LOPER & POUTER.
MOOSE HALL DANCE
Tuesday night will be
Dancing Night at Moose
Hall. Peerless Orches
tra with the best of mu
sic. Everybody, invited.
Tuesday night Gents,
50c, ladies free.
Jiffy-Jell desserts carry
real fruit flavors in es
sence form, in vials.
A wealth of fruit juice
is condensed for each des
sert So you get a fresh
fruit dainty, healthful and
This is the new-type
quick gelatine dessert
five times as good as the
Loganberry and Pine
apple are two of the best
flavors. Try them. '
They're found only in
10'FJavort, at Yoar Grocer
2 Packagti for 25 Cent ,
The Art Needle work club will
meet at tho Library Club Wednesday
afternoon at two o'clock, to do Red
Cross work. Mrs. Ocorgo Chastaln
will bo the hostess on this occasion.
All members are cordially Invltod to
A PLAIN TALK
It Is going to take a lot of hard
work to make Klamath Falls a beau
tiful, clean city. Health Is wealth.
Let us strive to matntnln our health
by cleaning up. and bo ready If an
other wavo of influenza comes.
The responsibility of the lives al
ready lost and the number that may
be sacrificed In the future can be
placed on the Individual who docs not
clean up, or who wilfully violates san
, The City Health Doard of Klam-
ain raus Deneves mai neaun ana me
protection of life, are more precious
to our people and more necessary to
their happiness ,than even the up
building of our lumber industry, or
the development of our farming In
terests, the solving of our financial
problems, or even the building' of
Let us get ready for a spring clean
ing. What has become of our Civic
Improvement Club? The warm,
balmy days of spring are coming.
Let us be ready.
Did you ever take a walk up on the
hillside and look at your city nestled
In the hills?
"Rock-ribbed and ancient as the sun
Stretching In pensive quietness be
The venerable woods; rivers that
In majesty .and the complaining
That make the meadows green."
Are ou In for a clean, healthy
city? In the next day or two do
Telephone Manager Mr. Ludden
will give you permission to clean
your telephone with a 4 per cent for
maldehyde solution. Unscrew the
rubber mouthpiece and clean. Do
not put any of the solution into the
other parts of the phone, however,
as you will spoil the delicate mechan
CITY BOARD OF HEALTH.
Our Sale is much better than expected, and many of our customers
are taking advantage of our money-saving offers. Wednesday we will
have some exceptional buys. It will pay you to LOOK THEM OVER
TRY A CHANGE AXD BUY
A QUALITY PRODUCT YOU WILL LIKE
45 CENTS TL O a. i"
the pound I he ounset Grocery
You Wire For Me, and I'll Wire For You
House wiring and .electric repair-
- ll ing of all kinds; anything electrical
r;innl U nnn, ..ntkln n. i;n If nt.na.
t ed give us a call. Estimates fur-
r-TT-w$ nisnea rree or cnarge.
McDaniel's Electric Supply Co.
735 Main St
Klamath Falls, Ore.
NOTICE, K. OF P. MEETING
Special meeting Wednesday,. Feb
ruary 5th, at 7:30 p. m. Important;
please attend Chester C. Cleveland,
C. C. 4-2t
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOUND On Main street, gold ring.
Owner may have same by calling
at Lawrence s cigar store. 4-2t
TO RENT Desk space at '621 Main
street, next to Goldsmith the tail
or. James M. Watklns Jr., phono
Let Us Do Your
We are equipped to do your work in a first class
manner. We have the latest improved machinery
and skilled labor. We carry the largest stock of
shoe repair material for repair work. If you wish
to have it done while you wait, we have a nice,
comfortable place for you to stay.
There is economy and comfort in good shoe re
pairing. THE MODERN SHOE STORE
GEO. T. BRADLEY, Mgr. 727 Main St
If you want a padlock
that you can put on
guard in the certain
knowledge that it will
'stay on guard, let us
t A 6tyle for every conceivable
I padlock need each the best
designed padlock for its pur
pose in the market, and of
fering full value for every
penny you pay because it
BALDWIN HARDWARE CO;
"THE HOUSE OP QUALITY"
KLAMATH FALLS, ORE.
FOR LUMBER HANDLERS
LOT 1 Not all Sizes $2.65
LOT 2 Not all Sizes $325
LOT 3 Not all sizes $3.85
J One Lot Cloth Hats $ I .25
One Lot Felt Hats $1.95
2 ALL HATS IN STOCK REDUCED
3 TEN PER CENT OFF ON
A REDUCTION IN ALL
TRUNKS AND SUIT CASES
FROM 7:30 to 8:30 a. m.
Regular 20c, 4 for 5UC
4 to a customer no more or less
LEATHER FACED CANVAS
Two to a customer
These Coats are the famous
Oregon City Wool
Waist sizes to 34 3 1 . 5 5
One Lot $4.50 values t5 .4b
One Lot $5.00 values 30 . O
One Lot $5.50 values D$.yO
One Lot Dress,
Not all sizes
One Lot Heavy,
AT Till: OI'IMtA IIOL'SK
POWERS OF PROBING ALBERS FATE IN
COMMITTEE EXTENDED HANDS OF JURY
"THK INDOOR VACHT t'LUH" will give u dance In welcomo to
those men who have recently returned home from the service, on Wed
nesday, February 5th. at 9 p, m. Doors open at S 30 Tho now Sextet
Instrumental Orchestra will render the music An Invitation for every
body to attend and enjoy a rich program of dances at Till: OI'KltA
HOUSE, WEDNESDAY, FKIIltUAllV nth.
"Till: INDOltlt YACHT t'LUH."
BOZKMAN, Mont. Feb 1 -That
wild rabbits play a pait In the
xpread and securrenie of spotted
fevor, If they are not In fact tho main
reservoirs of this fatal disease, M
tho theory that Dr. R. It Parker, as-.
sistant to the state board of eutnmo-I
logy, plans to woik out on live wild
rabbits, fiom various parts of tho
state. He has rrn.ue.Hted th.it live
rabbits be sent In by the people of
Montana for tho purpose .
"We have asked that lhe wild iab-
bits be shipped to us In order that wi
may work out our theory," said Dr.
Parker. "At present tho matter still
Is In the theory stage nml nothing
must be taken as definitely coniu
she that the rabbit Is tho guilty
agent in the spotted finer rcrurrrnce
and preail "
According to Dr. Parker's theon,
humans contrurl spotted fever from
tho wood tick, which cairlcs tho germ
of the disease Only a small percen
tage of tlii! ticks actually transn'i
the germ, bo explained, but any may
transmit It If thuy ionic In i out art
with tho germ. The tick, whlc.li has
four stages of life, may transmit the
gel m of the disease thru Its eg.; Id
the joung. Through the three later
stages of the lurwi, nymph and twl'ilt
the tick Is paiasltic.
WASHINGTON. I) (' . Fob 1 -The
Senate Iiiih today adopted a re
solution extending the powers of the
Senate Committee, which la Investl
gatlng the Cierman propagunda, lo In
finite Into ol If it Kourii'H which seem
to bo working lot the overthrow of
the government. ;
PORTLAND. Feb Argument
cloned In the Albers rime today at
noon after Unnr) McGinn had made
a final plea for the ilnfeiidont ''!
owing luHtriu tloim of the Jury, the
en ho Is expected to go to the Jury
INIIRS KNCAI'i: I'HISOW
j PORTLAND, Feb I Professor,
Kdward Dowilera. the Sein I'eln lead
er and Mllro) Mr(!an. a member of
j Parliament elected by the Sein I'eln
' ers, esruped from the prison it 1 Lln
! coin last night j
GOOD INTENTIONS OF
! ALLIES MISTRUSTED
iiahy hoy Aiutivrs i
A nine mid a half pound bo was
horn tills morning to .Mr mid Mrs ,
Oliver Klune) of Olcue. .Mother and
ihllil are leported doing uiiol Dr
A, A. Soule was the attending physl
Dr l' A llnmbo ii-Rterdny purrh.n
ed the furnished house In Falnle"
Addition now oiiupled by O. It Pen
ue fiom Hay Miiillll The consldeiii
lion of the deil was not made pult
lie The trnuHiutlqii was iiuide thin
the It. 1." Smith Realty Company
We use spe'lal pliable leather In
Indies lialf-Noling You will In'
pleased with the lieattliiHS of dill'
work Modet n Shoe Htoru, 717 Main
Wo put on any kind and iiilor of
rubber heels while you wait Modem
Shoo 'Store 717 Main St.
Airit it the limit
A A j
lhe Contractor n?
"You'd think any
body but a kid would
know ihat genuine
Gravely is bound
to give more real
Good taste, smaller
chcvv.Ionger life is what
makes Genuine Grave
ly cost less to chew than
for bootttt on chtwinf plut,
REAL CHEWING PLUG
Plug packed in pouch
IN THE MAKING
lliglit here In Hie KImiikiIIi CoiiiiIij Is tH (,mo ()
produce prosper!!. I,el Hull ulilcli fillers In from the
oiilslde be so ninth "whet."
SiinportliiK home Industries and linie institutions In
a good beginning to make. That, together ulth mi lie.
"" '" "'" I'IKST .VATIO.VAIi HANK keeps Hie
liioiiej Hoiking; itlirrit it i , m,,st K,m,,
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