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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 21, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
It's not a question of how rriuch
"get dm now mucn we
Nowadays necessities only are
being bought. Look over some
of these buys
"I AIN'T MADJVT NOBODY"
BARGAINS THAI CANNOT BE REPEATED
From 2 p. m. to 4 p. m.
Two pair to a customer
Sizes 3 years to 8 years
Hats ! Hats !
. 95 cents
FELTS AND CLOTH
Limit, two to a customer
Boys' Blue Bib Overalls
Two pairs to a customer
6 to 14 year sizes
150 PAIRS BUY EARLY
Buy What You Like Looking Means No Obligation to Buy
Suits and Overcoats
A SAVING ON EVERY GARMENT
$25.00 Value $20.85
$30.00 Value $24.65
$35.00 Value $29.35
"HOME OF -HART SCHAFFNER & MARX"
Shoes! Shoes! Shoes!
SOME SPECIALS NOT ALL SIZES
LOT 1 Values to $5.00 $2.65
LOT 2 Values to $6.00 $3.25
LOT 3 Values to $7.00 $3.85
A FEW PAIRS OF FLORSHEIM
. SHOES. SPECIAL $3.15
FOR CASH ONLY
DON'T ASK FOR CREDIT
BIBS, BROWNS, KHAKI AND
SPECIAL SATURDAY ONLY.
From 7:30 to 9:00 sum.
One pair to a customer
ONE LOT OF 100
VALUES TO $3.50
Sizes 30 to 42, inclusive
If You Want Any of These Bargains Be Carelul ol (he Time Limit on Some of Them
"WATCH OUR WINDOWS"
Herald's Classified Ad vs.
,PHONE PEYTON for Wood 11211
I USED PIANOS Bbepherd'i. 20-dt
iti:i.ii:vi:i or kiiei'matinm bv
TANLAO AITKIt 8CFFKIUNO
i:ijirn:i: vkauh j
"Tnnlar rellevi-il ma of olghteen'
cnr of HUfretltiK ond moro than
Hint, It ho uddod tlilrty pounds to
my weight," sold P Huberts, who
lives at 824 WcaI Nora St , Spokane,
tlio other day.
"When I look back over the past
eighteen years of my life," he con
tinued, "I wonder how In the world
I ever Mood all the suffering I went
thru with. I had rheumatism la
both of my feet nnd lcgB, and some
times they wmld swell terribly. It
ivn.i tlio samo with my arms from my
finger tips to my elbows, and I
couldn't use ray hands at all. For
eighteen months before I began tak
Ing Tanlac It was impossible for mo
to walk except on crutches. Some'
times for days at a time I would just
have to sit down and suffer agonies
nearly every minute and when night
'camo my suffering was to great that
! lurely over slept very much. To
add to all the rest of my troubles my
stomach went back on me, and It
seemed Impossible? for me to find any
thing to cat that would not make me
suffer afterwards. When I tell you
that I lost over seventy-five pounds
in weight you will have some Idea
bow I was going down hill. I think
I must have taken a hundred differ
ent kinds of medicine but none of it
brought mo any relief.
"I had-flbout lost faith in medicine,
but when I saw Tanlac advertised I
made up my mind that I would try
Just one more, and If I failed to get
relief I would never spend another
dollar for medicine as long aa I liv
ed. Dut Tanlac helped, me from the
very first, and by the time I had fin
ished my first bottle I could feet a
wondorful Improvement, My appetite
came back and I was soon eating
three squaro meals a day, and I got
so I would get hungry between meals.
The more Tanlac I took the more I
could cat and the better I felt, and it
wasn't long before I laid my crutches
away, for I could walk without them.
And then I could begin to uso my
hands a little. I saw that I was com
ing back strong so I just stuck to my
Tanlar and well Just look at me
now. I am free from all"iriy troubles
and as well and strong as Fever was
and work hard every day and as long
C3 I live I will praise Tanlac for all
it has dono for me."
Tanlac Is sold In Klamath Falls by
the Star Drug Co., and In Lorellr bj
the Jnmes Merc. Co. Adr.
FOR SALE Modern 7-room bunga
low; close in. Phone 99W 18-tf
At the Theater
n !'. ventures are successful to
fori? Yh? '? specially successful,
"Md of it, lika hurt'iue
after pain, Is dear llttlo, aweot llttlo
Virginia Houston, a SouLhrn beauty,
Virginia Houston, a Southorn beauty,
May Allison. Tho tltlo of "A Suc
cessful Adventure" doosn't give half
an inkling of the charm and excite
ment of this brilliant comedy drama,
A Virginia Houston. Minn Allison
undertake to- hoal an old family '
feud. This she docs by mouns of
PRODUCED TO CONSUMER
A Large Variety of Fraah Fih and Oysters
Oysters - - 50c pint
Special Extra Special
ioSl-fn"t "con - . in n" IWc
w"" ' '" Mo ' Curod Moulders ,.H8e
No n ComPund- LarH
'" sa.oo No. 10 fa.oo
masquerading ns a servant in tho
household oLher own uncle. There
alio mcuts mystery, lovo and danger.
Thoro Is somothlug about "A Suc
cessful Adventuro," and tho star
as Virginia, that steals Into the
hoart and stays thoro. Laughter,
tears and thrills aro all prosent In
this flvdhact photodrama at tho
"Tho Lure of tho Circus" is a grip
ping drama of tho sawdust ring, big
buslnoss, and lovo. It will be pre
sented at tho Temple Theatro tonight
Douglas Fairbanks scorns destined
to tcoro another Immense success In
his new Artcrnft photoplay, "He
Comes UP Smiling," which will be
tho attraction at the Star theatre to
night. Ho cheatod tho original rolo
Thillllng Aerial Feats Foaturo big of Jerry Martin, a tramp, in tho stage
Circus Sorlal at Tomplo' tonight. Ed-poislon produced in New York in
.it., ioio. Eddie Do Coma nnd others' 191 4. Tho scroen story was directed
nppoar In "Tho Lure of tho Circus.", by Allan Dwan and written by Fran
H.. I.. .1... .It.. I.nli.liu tf Mwi lllir vv
UJI 111 liiu ui..; .ivibii.t .., .n
W h to Ton. or on mo mwaiisi-car
tho acrobats' of 'big
tlons nie kings. 1
for they know that
Up Smiling," Is tho
l t n,r ' lore tho rings uro lal I ' le f ,l P. 01' thor young
linlr work In lov',,l', " ""u u,u,-v, " lu"u" i"o ' u
the applause of , ?.? rond. His adventures
TrhSU'K? E We. ' wUl, olhcltraps "his 'defeat o7a
Joy thoy have urouglt to the hoarts . . .
!... ' ,i M, I Mr mi tlironirli , aiuu iiiiUKOi uviieiuu mm ins wnai
or.,Hl ? cl'llllron tl,r0UB" winning of tho girl of hU cholco aro
u,"v'" ""' . , . .. ' tlio elements or n story so mirth-pro'
in "Tim l.nnt of tho Circus. ' tho ....i.i.... i..n i i.i .. i ...
thrilling Unlveisal master serial In thoso wh ,ove t0 muBn and grovv , ,
which Kddlo Polo, n famous aerlallst,. n.
lu Rimnortnil liv :i lnrco CU8t of VOtor-l
...... ..f tl.n uiw.tnul rliiir tlin work of ,X"J''M,"!,"J,'!'"I,'M,,!"X,"M'
nciobnts and norlnlists has been inado S
n fenturo that will mako motion Plc-'t
tuio fans gasp.
tlosldoa Eddlo Polo, more than 1G
othors of International prominence
Including Eddlo Do Comu, play lm
pprtaut part In tho production.
10 Main Street '
General Furniture Kcpulring
lit Hoa-ioimblo. l'rli-fis
' KITCHEN CABINETS
Bean Orders Solicited
Lndy Wnshtiifrtons Oc
UimI Mexicans 8)Sc
Prttto Limns ISc
Parcels Post Pnld to your office. Send
cash with order
Central Point, Oregon
KOIt 8ALE--aang plow, almost new,
tractor clutch; bargain. Address
this office. 18-St
FOIl SALE! A-l good paying work-
ingmen's hotel. Address H J.
Hehmann, Klamath Falls. 18-10t
FOR SALE Sixty head good sheep;
sheep at Holme's ranch. Upper Poo
Valley. Write W, T. Dennison, 1S-6
FOR SALE OR TRADE Fine stock
ranch, right in tho heart of the
bunch grass In Malheur County; 35
head of good cows, chickens, wagons,
hacks ;all tools go with ranch. Any
body Interested, write. Mrs. R. E
Caviness, Harper, Ore. 3-201
FOR SALE 80 acres good land;
fenced; small building; 60 acres
irrigated; $40 per acre; terms. See
L Jacobs. 80-tf
FOR BALE Nice 5-room modern
residence, large corner lot, splen
did location; must be aeen to be ap
preciated. Price 18,000. Cbllcote
Smith, 833 Main street. 15-tf
FOR SALE Two adjoining farms of
521 and 160 acres, on Pacific high
way, in Douglas county. Ore., 20
miles north of Roseburg, in the well
known Umpqua Valley; the best west
ern Oregon climate between Portland
and Ashland; contract for 1176,000
See Charles S. riood, Klamath
Agency, for Indian erasing lands and
t. Tiber. 12-tf
JUST A FEW
OUR MOTTO -"Best
Meats at '
The Marked of Service, where
your patronage is appreciated.
Vou can send your children to
this" market and they will get
Just what you order.
Special Prices on Veal
Fresh Columbia River
Smelts, 4 lbs. for 25c
FOR QUICK SALE
I am closing out my line of Indiana Trucks. I
have one left a 3-ton machine, and far a
quick sale, I'll make you a price that WILL
SAVE YOU $1,200. You know the Indiana
Truck there is none better but I am going to
confine myself to the Fordson Tractors and Ford
Automobiles, theest in their line.
FORD GARAGE Ninth and Main
fe"i i iu La IBB I h
A Family Bank
The First .National in ndaptttblo to tho banking needs
of tlio uholu family as well aa any kind of business.
IlriiiR jour women folk In to get acquainted. They will
Hud our facilities convenient and complete and our
Why not a Household Checking Account?
"THE HANK THAT HELPS BUSINESS"
. K. It. Itcames, President.
L. 1 Wllleta, Vlce-Presldeut.
' Iicsllo Rogers, Cushion
A. M. Collier, Asst. Cashier.
"JoliH M. Moore, Asst. Cashier.
She First National Bank!
KLAMATH ' FALLS
been let to surface the highway be
tweon loncalla and Oakland; farms
lie midway on thl. road; only' i"
to s v. R. R, station; sanis dlatne
to public school; daily R. r.D ? tS2
phone; over 300 acres under cultiva-
m;.r,emnin'ler PMture and valuable
timber, fine opportunity to ooerata
camp and pay for place. Price $30
timber, fine opportunity to op?n tie
to MO per acre, would consider small
portion Klamath Falls property, city
or country, terms on balance See
D' lc White btUWIngf KUm
at" Fal8' lZ-5t
WANTED TO BUY-Horse. buggy
uuu iii.iiica-, ;nigo jersey cow com
ing fresh soon. 224 Michigan ave.
WANTED Plat top desk. E S
care Herald. 2-3t "
WANTED To buy span good work
mares In foal by Jack; weight from
1,250 to 1,500. Gall Downing, Blue
Front barn. 17-51
WANTED Cabinet letter file; glre
description and price. Address
R. M. K.. Herald office. 3-tf
WANTED Dressmaking, plain and
fancy sewing Mrs. A. C. Smltk
over Brandenburg's Store. 15-7t
r'OIt RENT Furnished two-room
apartment, 102 Main. Phone 3S9
LOST AND FOUND
- -- -mrnn iiiij-Lrnjia
LOST at station, olive green bag,
made of sheet metal. Return to
Van's Auto Service; reward. 21-2t
LOST Silk lace edged handker
chiefs, souvenirs -from France,
leave at 11G1 Pine St. Reward.
LOST Front part of an automobile
bumper. Finder call Phone 2
Chili Con Carne
ail E. Oth. Solicit Home Trade
MODOC FEED AND SALES
Horses and Harness bought, Sold
Horses to hay, noon feed 25c
Horses to hay by the day 50c
Horses to hay and grain, day.. .11
Horses to bay and grain, noon 50c
Corner 6th and Walnut N
M. 3. XYHART, HORACE V.
LEGAL NOTICES -
At my place on Klamath Marsh,
one bull, branded v ngni nip, swal
low fork and under slope, left ear and
. under slope right ear.
Am out the follewing: Jersey
ihoifAi-. 22 left hln: Jersey steer S)
iriaht rib": two heifers WS left rib;
iHolstein cow, 2J left hip; Jersey.
steer, 2 J, left hip; heller, oar over
lazy S, left stifle, and two heifers JB,
Telephone 74 or write box 120,
Fort Klamath, Ore.
20-3t " H. FURCH.
Notice fo Petition to Vacate Street
Notice is hereby given that at the
regular tneetliug of the common
...... it . Ik. Win nf Klamath Falls.
Oregon, to be held on Monday, the
Jrd day of March, 191'i, the under
signed will' present to satl council a
potition praying ior m f" -
that 'portion of Jobnsc.i, avenue ex
tending from Canby st -eet to Nelson
sueet, in Hot Sprlaffk Addition to
Dated. January 24, 1919.
Q. K. VAN UIPER.
i Notice of Filing and Hearing onTe-
I tltion for Inclusion of Certaia
Lands Within the Boundaries of
the HorseBy Irrigation District
' .Notice is hereDy given that Grace
Lytle did. upon the n aay oi rou
ruary. A D. 1919. file with the Board
nf nt.n,tn.a nt t1A HofSeflV IrrlgS
tlou District a petition praying -JbtX
the NWW of tho SEV4 and theNEV
of the SW of Section 29, in Town
ship 39 south, Range 11 east of tne
Willamette Meridian, In Klamath
County, Oregon, bo included within
the boundaries of the Horsefly Irrlga-
.. n. . - mi. ..... lnnl Whln
,lion uisirici. iuo nan . '""-. r
is petitioned to be Included Is bound
led as follows. Commencing at soutB
east corner of the SWH oi NE14 of
Section 29. In Township 39 south,
'Range 11 cast oi me vmm'
rldlan; thence south one-quarter M a
mllo, more or less, to the southeast
corner of the NWU of the SB jOf
said Soction 29; thence.west ,one-ha.
a mllo, more or less, to the w;
west corner of the NEVi of SWW of
said Section 29 ;tbence north one
quartor of a mile, more or less, to
the northwest corner of the '"
SWH of said Section 29; thence east
one-hai; mile, more or less, to toe
point of beginning. t,.v-
All persons interested are bereoy
given notice to appear -at the omee
of the Board of Directors of he
Horsefly Irrigation District In tfte
town of Bonanza, upon Tuwa8J !
4th day of March. A. D. 1919. at the
hour of 3 o'clock in the afternoon,
and show cause, If any they have,
why the petition should not be
granted. ALFRED KELLER,
Secretary of the Doard of Dlracjow
of tho Horsefly Irrffftlon Dis