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THE EVENING HERALD,
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
U. S. TROOPS CALMLY WAITING ON DECK OF
TORPEDOED VESSEL FOR TfRN AT LIFEBOAT
1 The ladles of tho f'resbyterlan
Church will hold an apron and '
I cooked food nolo Saturday, March '
' zznu, i'luco or aulu win be announced
MONDAY, M.WCH 10, tPtO
ONU1L4HE AD'S - I
..Sine of "The Vonu. Model."
!.MaoWyn photoplay tarrlnn
uJbtt Korniiiml, thru tho nctrr-M
1 tbo stellar role. Mwch of the
Sotcenlrninniuiia ilia irlklnn cim
1 and Interest U mtdod to !.a
comblRAtlon of Maud Norinnitd and
-Th Wnus Model" whdn It I known
thit tto vivacious star designed tlio
artti ' ' ls r,,nlly ""l10""' ,0 Uo '"
tbe couro or the piny.
When Ml Noriniind rend the H,
n Durnnt piny nIiu won enthusiastic
0r Hi poMlbllllliw unil nt ouco do
mined Hint the bulling milt should
U lomMliliiK l " I100!''0 1,,ok
lr ami make people look twice
iti onJnr ut In fl'iil' ll nnln
,. h.r tint sin- imiM not be content
The diamond In the en
gagement ring should
be a itona of ureal ex
cellence Only the beat
! worthy of tht uae.
Upp'i show diamond
, of nna brilliancy and
color, In Tiffany soil
(aire mounting of
highest quality and
A large variety of mll
and medium atone to
2C 00 to izOO.OO
Frank M. Upp
All Main Street
Klne Watrh Itepalrlng
Th, HALLMARK Star.
to cliuoiu (mo of ii number of modobi
Rtibmlttod by hoi- drcMinnkor, Inn
tnuat glvu Home thoiiKlit to It herself, I
At thcr Htir Thontro ToiiIkIii I
Tho liuitillltiu nliructlon nt tho Mb
urtyThcutro, U Wlllliuu l'.uiium ami
"Tho llnlnlinw Trull," which opened '
yoatorday, "Tim Rainbow Trull" U n '
sequel to "Hldor of iliu I'urplo
Hagu," which wim hIiuwh loct-iilly at
th Liberty mid If onythliiK, 1h bottoi
tlinn thnt wonilurful driuiiu.
"Tho Itnluhow Trail" I a lyplrnll
Krrnum ptodiictlnn with nil tho1
thrill mid punch tint thin sterling
muster of Mrreeiirrnfl inn Inji-U Into
It. The fniil riding puitlcuhirly Htiind
out, and wu mco Mr Furniiiu mimtlng
dnroduvll lunl-ou thn lurk nf miiiim
of ihu world' futet mount. I
In respect tu IIiIh rldliiK, It ih
anld Fninum for hit work In of
bora oh nn (I for hi work In "The
rtalnbow Trull" ohtalned thu-n of th,.
faaleat horse In tli Htntu or Cull
In "Tho Inn or Urn lllm- Moon," by
t.oul Joseph Vanco, which la to In
itio, photoplay nttriutlnn nt tho Mb
eriy Theuti on Tucmliiy, the tienull
fill Up rln Konyon U railed upon to
aume two rolnn twin sister whose
parent separated when Ihu children
were Infant. The girls iiro brought
up In wholly different environment
and at miturlty una I u hIimiiIi- mini
Irv In! hllll llip ntlliir ii Hlnllni- uiw-lul'
luminary In Now York' luxury-loving
act Mia Konyon therefore linn a
remarkable opportunity foi Hit- iIIh
phy of her versatility. Tin- result
In until to be IiIkIiI) meritorious nnd
:risgtt!airgKmmAm)auiM imi weMwMagwaagtaraagwaa
Ainerlcnn aoldlera have won praise
for bravery and fortitude undorall
clrcuiiiHtanrvit, Thl photograph,
Just ruloaaed by the conaor, show
troopa on Ihu dock of u transport
which Iiiih Just been torpedood. They
woro calm, and perfect discipline pre
vailed a tbey awaited tholr turn to
entor lifeboats. While these men
were atundlng quietly before the cum
ora a number of their buddies were
a quietly leaving tbo ship.
It Isn't economy and It
Isn't tvbtc to buy anything
hut the bent In drug.
Wo have gained the con
fidence of our customer by
selling drug of the highest
quality only. You cannot
buy any other kind here,
and you are aliray safe,
and sure that nothing but
the best drug will be sold
In this store.
gw pry MBUt?, &
' v igm. ' ffifr ii
Herald's Classified Advs.
WANTED April 1st,
house. Phone 208W.
Geo. G. Fry
WANTED-Experleneed woitii W
FOR SALE 4 '
PHONE PEYTON (or Woot-Uti
WANTED A slnele runabout bua-cv
in good conditien: must be reason-' crn akt-a ..... . .- . . -xn
able. Address Box 214, Klamath. ",.?, "V1 B '
first class condition.
cii hit. jr.
V'sL, KLAMATH TALLS OREGON n? I
WlhPn rnml.li.J .!.. " """ -
apartment house. Phone 17 orif R. SAKT"-L''t nl 3-room ho
utc iiin..i. o -. r price sduw. 1100 eaak ma Wl
Z-M.V tlllV SWIEUk. O-tl" lOA .. iT "-
, per monin; no interest. R.J
r wi w., oi oiaui. t-i
kAflMI fkAAfiCCL FfCPLf wiV
ef oui tftTm t
ALLIES WILL SEND
FOOD TO GERMANS
PAftlB, March 10. Thn Supreme
Council today la expected to sottlo
thn difficultly 'over the Herman iner
chnnl iihip by nrranwli-.r for food
uppllea naked by Ormnny, which
tho Amorlcnn delegation rcKiirds nn
a part of Ihu armistice plodRu to (ler-nuny.
The regular meetliiK of Alohu
Chapter O. E. S. will bu held Tuesday
ovonlng, March 11th. Important
business. All member ri-iiiioxted to
bo present. Nellie Vun Klpor, W. M,
I OPEN NOSTRILS! END
A UULU UK UAIAttlttl
t How To Get Itelief When IIed
and Nohc are Stuffd Up.
Count f Iftj ' Your cold In head or
cnturrh disappears. Your clogged
no.-tlrlls will open, the nlrpasaagea
or your hoad will clear and you can
breathu fruoly. No more snuffling,
liawklnt;, mucous discharge, dryness
or huiulnche; no struggling for breath
(lot it small bottle of Ely's Cream
t In I nt from your druggist and apply
.t llltlo of this fragrant antiseptic
t-renin In your nostrils. It penetrates
hru ctery pnssnRO of the head, sooth
ing and healing tho swollen or In-
HUNS IN COBLENZ
MUST SALUTE YANKS
COBLENZ, March 10. All German
officer and men on duty In tbe zone
occuplod by American troops must
wear uniforms when they appear in
the street eccordlng to a recent ora
cr issued by Oeneral Dlckman today.
The order Is a result of a tendency on
the part of certain German aenta"
officers to wear civilian clothes to
evade a general order to salute all
American officers. The German
claimed that It was distasteful for
German officers of rank to have to
Milutt- American lieutenant.
The Germans wero taking ndvan-
a?e of their positions In being ablo
to appcir in civilian clothes at will.
The new order also call for a weekly
For next Irrigation season should be
ordered now ,In order to get the prop
er equipment nnd insure delivery in
time, at lowest cost. Let ua install
your pumping plant.
YOUIl MOTOR. RIGHT
YOUn PUMP RIGHT
- YOUR INSTALLATION RIGHT
THAT WILL STAY RIGHT
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND Gold watch. Call Winters
Jewelry store and Identify. 7-6t
FOH BALE-Furmlturi heater,
range. 1003 Rom. Mt
FOR SALE New set M bjToarfmi?
1 ture, heater aid rang;. 100) sW
kSCHUBERT FARM to buy or rent- v"" ... , . ,. ?r f
FOR SALE Furnished 5-rooa.t
ern nouse wiib garage, oae
open till March 15tb.
RKCKARD RENT SERVICE
Night Phone 845
t. oae Work.
FOR SALE 8 acre good laa'
fenced; smalt building; (0 aarejl
Irrigated; S4 per acre; tarmC lea
" """ f-w j
flnmtid mucous membrann. alvlnr
you Instant relief. Head cold, and , registration of each German officer
rnlnrrli vlnl.l Ilk. mitlx Tlnn' ,"" "" on uuif 1U .Ills trea
Btuffed-uv and miserable,
WAR-TIME ROMANCE OF I'KINCBSS PATRICIA OF CONNAUGHT
AU COMMANDER ALEXANDER RAMSAY OF THE BRITISH NAVY
Sj&&Zmmii&V ,r -v.
BC 1 1 'i F Vji l 4uicJ ' flHT BaillvVaVHBH
W' R,iW''ft.iA- -P -i-.- r.TwT.1- ,'iSnto.JiSslJWiWiaWBigeWiWJ
RED CROSS MAGAZINES CO.MIXG
Word ha been received hero from
Washington that thoso people who
subscribed for mngarlne member
ships to the Red Cross at tho last
drive' and who have not been receiv
ing tbe magazine, will receive this
from now on commencing with the
March Issue. '
Ask ChUcote A Smith about the
LOW COST life, accident and health
policies of the Travelers 1-tf
Glass of Hot Water
Open, alulcat of the ayatem each
morning and wash away the
potaenou, stagnant matter,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been duly appointed
administratrix of the estate of Ray
mond I. Tower .deceased, by the
LCounty Court of the State of Oresan. '
Placo your orders with us, and yon j for Klamath County, and all porsOnsi
Having claims against said estate are,
required to present same to said ad
min 1st ratrlxt the law offices of R. C.
Groesbeck, Klamath . Falls, Oregon, '
within six months from the date of
Dated March 3, 1919.
CHARLOTTE I. TOWER. I
Administratrix of the Estate of Ray
mond I. Tower, Deceased.
3 10 17 24 31
MILLS ADDITION LOIS
Many of the best let la
Darrow addition for. Je
easy term. Lftertr BoM
at par ChUcote Smttk, M
Mtt ktH " .. 14
know you ore right
Good engineering nnd installations
oaves annual expense (und gives bet
ter efllcienry... Estimates furnished.
7th uml Main St.
H. C. ICHLEBF v
Physlcim and BargtOM
Office, Yhlte Bldg.
MODOC FEED AND SALES
Horses and Hnrness bought, Sold
Horses to hay, noon feed 2Iic
Horses to bay by the day 50c
Horses to hay and grain, day....$l
Horses to hay and grain, noon 50c
Corner Oth ahd Walnut
M. J. NYHART. HORACE V.
TwCQjs'lRTind IirW3itw t Wsivff s5Vrlnjtf
"ft ln ,l,.u,,t.1"" prlneaaa s le,tt-r
nUKbt,?uaPn ,Vr me Itrtel of Con
"i:m tor J'rliii-..t. ,. it .... .i... i.
nui?,l.,fu.1Inatln Pb,. ' In her
nWr ffobcrt ?m?wRdH' "on- Alex'
.brother o? rtKMa,fLu, R"""X; - a. O..
"on. Cou.in iV utlS ", annn
8wneii of ii "'.w'nnauHhi, ruu
K1.1.1".? S' the famous n.-,.
.-. iiirmii 1
anadlun Ught Inf.tntrv
U fX.7 . ." 8 to whom sIk- until
Mount mn 1. " man ,ir in
w L..,'.... ,fc "10 supreme .,u.'rincu
nnd her olewrnon ;,ni mud'' 'r a
wnrlil-wliln ri'Mirftv .
The romiimi' bertui In Lnnmln
when Oinimiipihtr Kiini.iy w,i an
aide to Uir Puke ff .','iimiuuht, then
governor it-niinil .W)ion the gicat
war stalled, t'emmnii'ler K.ims.iy
promptly ieturni-i to ni-tlve u-rvico
In tiie Koyol Nuvy anil won tju- Pis
tingulthed Scrylce Order for vnlor.
ouh work at Giillli(-U.
The princes Is domestic nnd "
very clever rci-illowoniun, making
Mini ci' out-dour sj)or0 npd t'urmtr Hon of a I her ulU-s, princess and
tier tour of Cunmi. w!i h'1 fnther roul hichn-:ss, end she wH huie-
1I1 Tiw.i-.ui. unrinriil. Ai roi h .cri-Uti-r bs Miown as Lauy rairiew
.inir HprlncH, Alheitn, Uai i'ir
'her nt irolf on thV local "lf link
unil (fine an exhibition of i.vrt
swiiuiiilnK- In the lilt: swiiuuui.k pmiI
of the hotel.
The fpirit of ilcnit'crni'.v now ai
(-unspli-iioiis In ("u mill a must huve
bi-en breuthed in with the, hravini;
Cniiiidiu'i -ilr hv the princess, for she
refused tu wi"l at least t'o kintra
und chou iu?tc.il nn imti'ltd l-ut
hi.rou- nmrilit-r of I ho kimr's nuvy.
Sho liiisgjitked Tor nnd received (he
consent m in; kiim ror a icnunciui
,JVy, tier graclou e!ianct bjtjrlti'J .orv ovet the mountains atiHjnisay.
Those of "Ua who are accustomed iu
feel dull and heavy when we arise;
splitting headache, stuffy from a cold,
foul tongue, nasty breath, acid stom
ach,' lame back, can. Instead, both look
and feel aa fresh aa a daisy by wash
ing the Dolaons and toxin from the
body with phoaphated hot water each
We ahould drink, before breakfast, a
glass of real hot water with a tea-
spoonful of limestone phosphate in It
to flush from the stomach, liver, kid
neya and ten yards of bowels the pre
vious day' Indigestible waite, boiii
bile and poisonous toxins; thus clean
Ing, aweetealng and purifying the en
tire alimentary tract before putting
mora food Into the stomach.
The action of limestone phosphate
nnd hot water on an empty stomach Is
wonderfully Invigorating. It cleans oul
all tho sour ' fermentations, gases,
waste and acidity and gives one a
splendlld appetite for breakfast and
It la said to be but a little while until
the rosea begin to, appear in the
cheeks. A quarter pound of limestone
phosphate will coat very little at the
drug store, but ia sufficient to make
anyone who Is bothered with bllous
ness, constlpatllon, stomach trouble or
rheumatism a real enthusiast on the
subject of Internal sanitation. Try it,
and you are assure.d that you will look
batter and feel better In every way
General Furnlturo Repairing
at Reasonable Prices
T a Specially
$ A. Mauritsch
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice Is hereby given thnt the un-1
derslgned has been duly appointed I
administratrix of the estate of John'
S. Hutchens deceased, by the County1
Court of the State of Oregon, for!
Klamath County, and all persons hav
ing claims against said estate, arej
nereoy directed to present same to
said administrate xat the law offices
of R. C. Groesbeck, Klamath Falls,
Oregon, within six months from tbe
date of this notice.
Dated March 3, 1919.
LULU B. HUTCHENS.
Adnlmlstratrix of. the Estate of John
H. Hutchens, Deceased.
3 10 17 24 31
DR. G. A. MASSEY
Successor to Dr. Trait
Suit 200, 1. O. 0. V, Bldg
Otllca phon BAJ
lte-i Phone MM
I will sell nt public auction at my
placo, four miles northwest of Mer
rill, commencing at 10 o'clock a. iu.,
Saturday, March 15, 1919
19 good milk cows, 12 heifers, some
will be fresh; o a-year-old steers 1 8
IH -year-old steers; sa yearling
steer; O yearling heifers; 1 good
FREE LUNCH ,
FOR MAN AND BEAST
TERMS OF SALE
All sum of Sao or under, cush;
on aR sums over 930.00, one year's
tune will bo given on approved secur
ity. Flvo per vent discount for cash.
No etock to bo moved until settled
MERRILL & MOORE
Geo. Oftteld, Clerk.
Notice is hereby given to the peo
ple of Klamath Falls to have their
garbage ready to be carried away on
the 1st and 15th of each and every
month. No accumulation of garbage
under the ordinance passed February
24, 1919, is to remain on the prom
ises more than fifteen days, except
ashes, tin cans, glass and garbage of
similar, nature, which must be hauled
away every ninety days.
The .following subjects come under
mo neaa or garbage: Every accumu
latlon of animal, fruit or vegetable
mutter, liquid or otherwise, that at
tends tne preparation, use, cooking,
eating or Btoring of meat, fish, fowl,
fruit or vegetables; ashes, tin cans,
bottles, glass or discarded articles of
similar character; all trees, vlues,
brushes and lawn trimmings, dead
leaves and trash from gardens.
All ashes, glass, bottles, tin cans
and garbage of a similar nature shall
be placed In a suitable receptacle sep
arate and apart from the other
classes of garbage above described.
Persons may dlsposo of their gar
bage by burying it on the premises
'n accordance with tho rules of tho
Hoard of Health, or the owner of tho
garbago may cart the samo away, but
no person Bhall ongage In the gar
bage business except the duly author
ized city scavenger, Ed Hunter, or a
duly authorized licensee of the city.
Tho expenses of garbage, removal
Is left to private contract between the
citizen and the city scavenger or
liconsee, but a higher rate for gar-,
bnge removal cannot be charged than
Contents of 10 gallon or similar
receptacles not to exceed two tons
per week, per tank, 25c; larger recep
tacles or more rrequent removals at
not to exceed iv proportionately high
er cost. Garbage and trash in piles
not exceeding 1 cubic yard In volumo
at not to oxeqed 50c tor each pile,
Tins ordinance provides a flue of
not less than 15 or more than $50, or
imprisonment not less than two or
more that twenty days, tor the vio
lation of any of 'these provisions,
I. R. STRUBLE, Mayor.
LoomU Bldg., Klanutk Fall
Crlsler ft Stilts bldg. 7th ft Mala
I'hoa 884 .
PITV AND COUNtr sAJgTPA0f
17 Hah A
Mouey to lean Mrhii'mmM
8 per ceat. ' rft
-" ... . . j J" V
... .,.. niWiln asaii
iriliwrui,v f 4V
rtuite an, 1.8. a w.-nmrm
(over K. K. K. Btort)
I'hooe 821 . . '
(The only Osteopathia Pay J
dan sad Burgeon U
SAW MILL HNOINaWBWQ fra
..... ..M hutldar of jaa
llaut. Complete " w"3;
cd. AppiaUaU ana re-
Di edging. We contract Ml
,inv .lass of a bulWWi ai
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