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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 5, 1919)
WEDNESDAY, MAIU m s, tl
TOE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
his declination, however long It may
It Is this administratis efficiency
on the port of tho English that has
made It possible for American Rod
Cross to transport hundreds of tons
I of supplies to points from Salonlkl , "'.".. u. r.. uarruw came in
1 to Adrlnnple In Turkey to meet tho from Dorr,s li,8t nlM'
urRcnt needs of Greek nnd Serbian I Mrs. C. U. Tortor Is a guest nt tho
refugees who are pouring back from Hotel Hall todiy fiom Algoma.
Bulgaria and Turkey In over tncrcas-1 '
1 Inp numbers. ! rs- ' C. McKeocr left today for
' Not only liao the British anthorl- Montague, California for a short Ms
ties expedited these relief supplies In "
every posslblo w but they have at' .,. Do.rtwooi, .. , ,ottn frnm-
several points turned overtoAraer- ,h ,,. , v. flu,r,M ,,, , .,, -.
lean Red Cross, larcc Quantities of ... .'...
rope nowadays, Is calculated either fIour and otbcr aiuab0 foodstuffs. '
to develop or shatter ones patience. u ls no exaggeration to say. It It were Sykes Hamaker Is In town for a
A trip from Salonlkl to Constnnti- nol for tnIs nnd pthcr nlp n the short visit from the Qerber ranch In
lujuo, wuiL-n in yeute iiiuu i4uiii-u ,,art of ,ne British, the condition of Horsony valley,
less tnan nrtoen hours, now taKcs a returning refugees would be hopeless.
""Week or more. The correspondent m
of The Associated Press spent five
day journeying from Serres In FARMERS. ATTENTION
Greece to Adrlanople a distance We have a good plan to sell farms
ADRIANOPLE, "Via London (Cor-
reapondonco of the Associated Press)
Railway travel In this section of En-
A LECTURE ON CHRIS
(Continued from page 3)
ntlvo ministry of Christian ScloncoT
As Mrs. Eddy wroto of Christ Jesus?
so may It be said of Chrlstlon Sclonco,
Us "sublime summary points to tho
religion of Loye." (Science nnd
Health, pago 138.)
Kittle moro than Dtty joars, ago
thero was but one Christian Scientist
In all tho world, Mary linker Eddy,
Today, through her loving ministry,
tho restorative Truth plentifully is
reaching humanity. Rocauso of her
love for God and man, she organ
tied the Church of Christ, Scientist,
"designed to commomorato tho word
and works of our Master, which
I should reinstate primitive Christianity
and its lost element of healing."
(Church Manual, page 17.) Becausoi
of her love for God and man she es-
A. S. Pitzpatrlck Is a county sent .tabltshcd the Christian Science Read-
visitor from Modoc Point
V cWlhl J
"I AIN'T MAD AT NOBODY"
slopping nt the Hotel Hall.
Ho trying Rooms, whore the storm-tossed 1 1
Innit ll aft Aat !! vti sa nnil srm ' w
..- - .... . , . , ,j nnd Tenches. Havn rinnn the rlrht
wuicu a lasi American irain wuuiu :---- --j- ' , V -. - , .." Ktrramnntn !, h
Kinu ux am uriismg, huu rw m iuucu -- ".-.. ..
"cover In less than ten hours. Tho
McCoy left this morning for
with farm buyers. If you really waul make a brief business visit
correspondent travelled In a stoveless t0 j,0l( cftn at trija office, and we shall
box car with Bulgarian soldiers who be glad to explain. We shall soon
outdid themselves to make him com. hive the plan working, so come soon, look after business Interests In Klani
fortable. Chllcote & Smith, 633 Main St. l- ath Fai8 trom Fort Klamath
Tho British--army has taken over
the operation of main" railways In NOTICE
and distressed find rofugo nnd com
tort. Recause of her love tor God ,
and man she foundod tho Christian
to' Science periodicals, which dally, i
.weekly and monthly send out the
message of Truth.' restorative mta-
n nM. o, i.. ...,....... . 'ston. Through all Its activities, tho
B. Bunch came In yesterday to .-i-.i a.iL m. i. . .i..,.i
t , , . , ... , UliriRllUII OVIUHIU V1IUIVH C uuiiiuit' I
stratlng tho practical character of Its
Idealism, for It Is committed unsolf
Ishlv to tho rodomptlon of humanity
through the regenerating power of
Christ, Truth, operating In human
J. C. Rhodes and Mr. nnd Mrs. J.
V, Dcpuy left this morning for Mid.
Bulgaria and Turkey, and while the The regular meeting or The wo- . . ft . . . countv ' consciousness
wretched condition of the German lo- man yiome ana foreign missionary - christian Scientists duslre nothing
w. .... w ...... . . .- - .. , ,,-, ..
which have fallen .Into - , """"A, STX
4 Ft a1 llhhdlii M n An mwt A m1 1 H ....
tivt iiauus iuaii caucuici; siunt
so much an that tho power of God im-
m. . -.-. f aIaa n lahlu nfKI KIT HUB
. mmm-M Bk IK U a. Baa&K.k III Hllll Mllllll. nil Jill T1II(IST( U H1I1B
d. m. at the home or C. W. Murahv. in "u ". " r- "R " iivoiii.- ------- -- -"- ..V' .."... im
the service is unusuajly efficient. The Hot Springs Addition. The subject arrivals In this city from Oakdale. ,"Bd J '? .ffS , STS; B
traveller Is always certain of reaching, will be "The Foreigner In America. They are guests at the White Pelican JoVmon. That Is why all over tho '5
. i Hotel. Icarth men and women are dovotlngiB
I their lives to Christian Science, to the i!
Ralph Hayes of the bulled States restoratlvo ministry of healing-the
We are selling Clothing
at a saving
$25.00 Suit or Overcoat'
$20.00 Suit or Overcoat
Any $15.00 Coat
A reduction on all coats
Uncle Sam's work shirts
Every persons arch is different
They vary in length, height, shape and
location of high part. In the ordinary
metal piste arch support the location of
the high part it fixed and can't be shifted
back or forward to fit the shape of the
wearer's arch. They actually force the
arch into a neiv and abnormal shape anj
change one bad condition into a worse
one The Wizard is different The ar
rows point to the high part of each arch and
show how the Wizaxd Adjustable Arch
Builder canbe ad justed to these differences.
Why torture your feet
with heavy, stiff metal elate arch
supports that 'actually distort the
shape of your arch." No wonder they
hurt. If you want complete freedom
from foot troubles wear the new
It is a soft, flexible, featherlight leather
insole with three pockets beneath the
arch, each one farther, back than the one
beneath, it. Three light leather inserts,
thick and thin, fit into these pockets.
By shifting these inserts about, any de
tired height and shape arch can easily be
formed. You can tell when it is right
by the way. it feels comfort is your
guide. It holds it shape and gives per
manent relief. If your arch has fallen,
you can build it up to normal, with ease
and comfort by gradual readjustments of
inserts, at home.
Atk (or free copy ol our book.
Orthopraxy of the loot"' treat
ise on foot troubles and tbeir cure.
Indian Service Is In this city for a
short time on matters of official
Charles Drew, a prominent ranch
er of the Klamath Basin was In tho
city yesterday looking after business
H, P. Hoey was among the incom
ing passengers on the train last even
ing. He is stopping at the White
H. O. McCarthy, who Is identified
with the Southern Pacific Company
Is In town on matters of business
from Dunsmulr. ,
Harry Furch of tho Fort Klamath
section left this morning for Secram
ento, whereto expects to remain for
the next week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Harlan left
' this morning for San Jose, California,
where they expect to remain tor
some time on a visit.
Ml-, and Mrs. T. C. Young, who
have been visiting at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Moore left this
morning for Los Angeles.
Wizard Foot Appliance Co., St. Louis, Mo.
sick and saving the sinner.
"Oh, he whom Jesus loved has truly
That holler worship, which God
deigns to bless,
Restores the lost, and heals tho spirit
And feeds the widow and the fath
erless. Then, brother man, fold to thy hoart
For where lovo dwells, the pcaco of
God Is there;
To worship rightly Is to lovo each
Each smile a hymn, each kindly
deed a prayer.
Follow, with rov'rent steps, tho great
Of blm whose holy work was doing
So shall the wide earth soeiu our
Euch loving life a psalm of grati
tude. (Christian Sclenco Hymnal, p. 172)
Wear one, and you will
always ask for
New Spring Style and
colors a quality you'll
be proud of
Many have taken the op.
portunity in this Clean-'
Up Sale. Have you?
LOT 1 .. . $2.65
LOT 2 $3.25
LOT 3 .... $3.85
LOT 4 .. . . $4.85
Herman's U. S. Army
IS per cent reduction
Thn Ijm11i- Aid Rocletv of the Pres
I byterlmi Church will meet tomorrow
afternoon at the home of Mrs. treci
Fleet 645 Alrmeda St. All work com
'pleted fcr the coming sale is to be
turned iu at this time.
CORNER 6TH AND MAIN
CORNER 6TH AND MAIN I
Herald's Classified Advs.
' HELP WANTED
isii tit..r t.f i..... ..m.. i
I tin IlrUtol building. See Chll' ' ,,0SK ''TON for ttood-lHR
' .-..I.. X. q...lil. fill Mnlii Mj.il I
FOR 8AI.K At once 1 dining libit,
WANTED Capable woman to do SCIIt'llKItT FARM to buy or rent;
housework. Phone 281.X S-2l . oiiuii till March lSlli 23 If
WANTED Experienced noiiuui for
general housework; goo J wnnui
Phone 265. 3 tf
-Kuril lsh ml houmkeflp
Tlilril mid Muln. Fhone
4 dining chain, 2 rockers. 1 bJ.
stead, 1 mattress, 1 nprlnun, 1 dress
'er. Inqulru US S Illvcrslde or call
Is the pla?e to eat because your food is
cooked to suit your taste. Try it and
JESS BAILY, Prop.
Phone 185 610 Main St
Mrs. W. A. Layman and her-mother
Mrs. B. Kirkpatrlck left for their
home at Dorris this morning after a
short visit in Klamath Falls.
Dick Kenneally, Dick Flynn, Fred
Stukel, G. W. Of field and C. G. Mcr-j
rill are among the county seat vlsl-j
tors from the Merrill district today.
Mrs. Joseph Weeks who has been '
here for the last three months from j
Del Nofte County, California reft J
this morning on the train for Weed.
Mrs. R. C. Cowley of Lorella and ,
sister. Miss Gladys Poole left this,
morning for Portland, where they will
visit for a short time with relatives
and friends. ' I
Mr. and Mrs, T. A. Anderson and
Mrs. William Anderson left on the
train this morning for Chico, Cali
fornia, where they expect to visit
F. T. McCready, who operates a
ranch in the Sprague River Valley
Is in Klamath Falls looking after
business interests. Ho is staying at
the Hall Hotel.
Private Icusons In Select Hall
room Dances at the
Kvery afternoon, 2:80 to S:80.
By Appointment. Phono 181
MR. FRED KILLENDAIUi
T. M. Brown, Espee engineer, who
tj haa been temporarily on the local run
Dei ween mamam rails ana weeu,
returned this morning with his wife
to Dunsmulr California.
RECOVERS FROM ILLNESS.
The many friends of A. A. Bellman
are pleased to see him back to his
business aguin after several days 111-neBj.
The Story the Music Tells
Chili Con Came
SHE. ath. Solicit Home Trade
x A new idea for player
T m..eis in ltfSMv4e nnntaH rn
tlliueiw. rvviua piiiuwu wit
the roll you lee unfolded the story the
composer is trying to toll the mean
ing of the music
EARL SHEPHERD CO.,
Next Door to Postofflce.
- (Equity 1030)
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, for the County of Klam
ath. Alexander Bhive, Plaintiff,
Pearl Bhive, Defendant.
To Pearl. Bhive, the above named De
fendant: In the name of the State of Oregon,
you are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed
against you In the above entitled suit,
on or before the 12th day of March,
1919, that being the day of the last
publication of summons and the last
day within which you are required to
answer, aa fixed by the order of pub
Ucatlon of this summons. If you
fall to appear and answer, the plain
tiff will apply to the Court for the re
lief demanded In said complaint. Said
suit is brought, to secure dissolution
of the bonds of matrimony existing
between yourself and the plaintiff,
upon the grounds of willful desertion
of the plaintiff by you, for a period of
one year last past and prior to the
commencement of the above entitled
suit. This summons ls published in
the Evening Herald, a dally newspa
per of general circulation in 'Klamath
County, Oregon,' printed and publish
ed at Klamath Falls In said county
and state, by order of the Honorable
D. V. Kuykendall, Judge of said
Court, and dated January the 29th,
1919, the flrst publication to be made
on the 29th day of January, 1919,
and the last publication thereof on
the 12th day of March, 1919
Signed, H. M. MANNING,
' Attorney for the Plaintiff,
Office and postofMce address, 409
Main street, LoomU Bids.. Klam
ath Falls, Oregon.
LOST AND FOUND
I FOR HUNT -Sunny front bedrooms,
conveniently located In business
district 41C I'lnc I'honun 3-2t
-Good milk cow, Pboti
LOST Monday, shortly after noon.
small gold wrlt watch. Liberal ru-'
ward If left at Herald olllce; no cUum-,
lions asked. i-si -
, WANT1U) -April Int.
LOST Truck chains between Klnm-1 l""" Phono 208 W
nth Falls and Burrvll Hliorlx. Kind-1 C-I0t'
FOR SALE Furhlturr, heater nil
range. 1003 Roue tit'
FOR BALE New n t Ml - m fnrnl
luro, heutor and : inr, 1001 lttM
Goo G, Fry.
er pleabo leave at Ford Garage. Win.
Vochatxer. 28- It
FOR SALE Furnished 5-roora mod
ern house with giiMx. an block
from pavoment. l'rlcu 12,000. 7S1
WANTKD--A single runabout buggy Tenth stroet. 2M11
hi i;oml condition, niUNt be reason
One suit underwear, ono p.ilr able AildrexH llox 214, Klamath FOR
pajamas and one .woolen Kallv 26-tf
sock, botweon Whlto I'Jllcnn hotel
and railway station, about S . t f. Mon- WANT!)
day morning Flndor pUmih return
to Evening Herald olTlce It S
Sale Household (umlturs.
Call at 818 Ninth ntret li-St
To runt Irrigated ranch of FOR SALE 80 acres coud limi;
lfil) arrcn or moro Paul flohru- fenced; small hiilhllnK, 0 sew
koff, Olcne, Ore
Mult Rainier, tho "Real llmr" it
Tho Smoke. It i
For Chinese NooiIIcn, Tnmnlcn .mil
Chill Con Came, go to Arnolds Chill
Parlors, cor. Sixth and Klamath. 5-tf
Irrigated; $40 per acr, terms. 8m
Tli Woman'fl Missions ry society ol
the Christlsi. Churili will inl to
morrow nt 2:30 at the home of Mr)
A, llalntor C22 Walnut Htrcot. Mem
burs und f'icnds Invited,
The Time Stiver
MOMENTS ARE FAR TOO VALUABLE
TODAY TO BE WASTED OR MISSPENT
Fully one-half of the time you now devote to ironing with old stove
.neated sad-irons is a .sheer loss.
This amount of time could easily be 'saved for more urgent liouschold
requirements by using an
ELECTRIC IRON -
In addition, an Electric Iron will do better work for you will save
your clothes, linens, doilies, etcwill eliminate needless tramping
aoout will abolish dirt and muss will save fuel and expense.
California-Oregon Power Company
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