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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 28, 1919)
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Tho nutomobllo has become a
ecossity. It fe used by tho iuprc.li
mi nn.l ttin farmer as Hull as b
tho pleasuro seokor. Tho family
K9.to.ko is occupying tho amol
position as tho old family
with as many firo dangers.
Tor tho ownor of tho
rogo Klro Chief K. 0
makes thesp few suggestions,
1. Never allow an open
light in tho garage.
2. Run jour auto outsido
draining the tank so that tho gas
lino vapors will disseminate
3. Do not keep a quantity of cas
lino or calcium carbide in tho
garago. An approved underground
atorago tank is tho only safe way to
1 llnvn n mntnl otnrniro can
placed at a convenient spot outsido'
of tho garage for the storage of oil
soakod wasto and rags.
6. Never allow groa3e eoTered
ovornlls or rapa to remain inside of
6. It is unsafe to uso sawdust or
wood shavings on tho garngo floor j
7. If the floor Is wooden, scrub
occasionally with hot water and lye.
8. Tho uso of gasoline to clean I
arts of tbo machine is a dangerous
9. Keop some sort of an appro ed.
xtlngulsher and a pile of sand al
ways handy. Water on oil merely
10. It is better to be sate than
LONDON, Nov. 10 (By Mall).
The defect of incomprehensibility is
the main flaw in American novels by
"M. A. B." (Mainly About Bosks).!
a monthly periodical, in pointing out EKATERINODAR. Oct. 2S (By
reasons for "the comparatively small . jiail). Half a carload of American'
importation" into England of the tobacco has just been distributed by
American literary efforts. tiie American Red Cross among tho
After quoting extensively from a troops cf General Denikino. which '
tobacco advertisement "culled from are operating against the Bolsseviki '
the pages of an American monthly jn Southern Russia. General Donl-1
magazine." in which references aroijno himself recolved two pounds,!
made to "Jammin a joyous jlmmyplpe ami the members of his staff one
chock full and blazing away" which.
It is promised, will "put tho qui:
Into your thlnktank as to how much
pound. The general wa3 lin
With a regular ration of Aruerl-
Dr. King's Now Discovery
will do Ihnt very tiling,
easy and quickly t
DO.VT say, "loor little youn-v
",UrTl w,sh K,u"v W'nt m ,
do for joul" Just "'. n
little Dr. Klmrs Nun- nic.,, ... I
mensolyl ! n'i1'11 a"U ,,,B "oupi-cougl, won't j
f r- . .
EAST WANTS TO
IV n n ; Chicago, Minneapolis, Ht
Paul. Donvor. Unit I.nkn CUt Mil
SAVE DAYLIGHT wiukoo, and I.ouIkvIIIo ami t.uxlm:
it v-txa tho Intention of tlie Nu
SurvoyH n nil l)u light Saving aHoclatloii
fotlouitiK (ho repeal of tint fmlnnil
I.iw. aitld Mr MarKi), "to confine
NEW YORK. Nov 28
by chambers of coiuuiuii'u and In
dustrlul organizations aru In pro
gross In sixteen state to ascertain ' orror,H """ ,0 tUy KBtirn
! public HOtitlment regarding a con-
time zotio, but ho many citloii and
tottrm olsowherc h.ivo roglstorud uiich
an umphntlc prutext against tho re
peal that uo at lucludlug tho en
tire country in our movement."
jJlpe or cigarette-rolling fun ou've ixnn nin.i tobacco, tho Southern Rus-
eone shy on," the English magazine I sa forces could drive tho Bolsho-!
"Effective as the above doubtless
Is for the purpose of tran3-AtlantIc
advertising, it is possible that ver
nacular largely corresponding to
'fills, distributed over some hundreds
of pages in works of American flc-tion,-accounts
for tho comparatively
, smalt importation of American nov
els. Often, we do not doubt, they
vists out of Moscow in short order." i
General Denlkine places American
A tflld in tin tn n fnnln.l ...I,!.
Get after it nt once. Loo.wi the"
congestion, the itlilegm-!.tuini.tf
and tlie throm-torturo.
A family rcmeily for colds, couclw,
grippe, and kltilred uttneks. Kim
jenrs n friend to CBld-MifTerers.
lfty yearn of highest quality. W)c.
tiMil CI U .. I...i A ..
tobacco in first position as a stimu- - " u,ue-u urugsimn.
lant to morale among soldiers. Mostj
of the American tobacco will bej Bowels On Schedule Time
rolled into cigarettes as tho ordinary I tle jjIo fl0WjB frocy tne r,,r.
Russian soldier loves to make his. mentlng body poisons ellmlnuted.
I Dr. Klncs New r. If., imiu ,ni n ,i...
OWU. , bowels function rii'iilnt-lf ,.. t.......
... s....t Tn..l 11... Innvnnil I ).. o. n .... ..!.......... m '
wnen ueuorai uuuikiuu iiMuv,.
that tbe supply of smoking mate-.
GOES TO IRELAND
intrinsically admirable. Only. 'rini hn,t nrrivd ho said. "I should
lor ns, they have the defect of In-hike to buy it all but my salary is
(oniy ?ou a muum uuu i am hujb
to llvo within my income. It is tho
most appreciated gift I have recolv
jed in years," be added, as ho tucked
luu luuavyu uw iu io Duu,MMbu.
the si stern cleunned nt rni.mj im.
purities, ric. a botUe, ufi flrugKintit,
THE BIG SAIiE AT THE
BRADLEY SHOE STOIUJ
New Store 507 Main
Now is the time to get that pair
of shoes without spending a fortune
and got your money's worth at tho
big sale. Bradley ias purchased an
immenso stock of shoes before tho
raise in price, now offering tho name
to tho public of Klamath Falls.
Handling all the latest makes, in
cluding the American Boy, Bucking
ham & Hecht, Men's-Easo, Crossett,
Army Regulation and all tbe lead
ing brands; these are put on sala at
a very big margin of saving. Tho
sale will start at 9 a. m Saturday,
iNovember 29, 1919, and the people
,of this vicinity are cordially invited
i to come and look them over. Men's
socks, both in silk and cotton, and
also children's hosiery, will be dis
counted. Hero Is a Kreat saving
and an opportunity to give an Ideal
Xuias gift of something useful
- Klamath Lodge No. 137
I. O. O. F. .
Meets Friday night of each week at
I. O. O. F. hall, Eth and Main streets.
P. J.Gergea , N. O.; Fred Bremer
Secretary; P. L. Fountain Treasurer
Ewauna Encampment No. 46, 1. O
O. F., meets Tuesday night of each
week at I. O. O. F. Jiall. Arlie Wor
rel, O. P.; Nate Otterbeln, Scribe j
P. L. Fountain Treasurer.
Fsrm Lands Grow In Value.
The value of farm lands Is Increuv
ing steadily in tho United States, the
average for average grade plow lands
being about $74.Ttl per, acre on March
1. as compared with S03.3S a year ago,
SG2.17 tUo yeurs ago. und $58.30 three
.tears a so.
tlnuation of daylight saving and tho
campaign will bo extended through
out the country before next April,
according to MarciiH. M. Marks,
president of the National Daylight
! Tho states where tho movement Is AMERICAN LIQUOR
under uay for purmauontly exchang
ing "un hour of night foe an hour of
light" aro Massachusetts, Now Jer-' j
sey, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Mnry-i I
land, Virginia, Tennessee, Illinois, "". Nov. 10 (Oorreatwnd
Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin, Colora- cnco " Associated Press). The ,
do, Utah. Connecticut. Minnesota ""Portatlon of many thousands of
and Kentucky gallons of whiskey from America, ai .
Proponents of tho Idea in Massa- " rortult of Prohibition In tbo United
chuBOtls, 2800 manufacturers bo- 'atcf- " cnUBod a,arm ,n tne Irll
longing to the associated Industries u,""",nK rn"-
of that state, who nr mnkinif ih., ' Wnr restrictions have grontly
survey there, according to Marks, ,'nmPrc' "" trade. Tbo dls
reported that a bill would be Intro- inlor8 worP prc8un '' ,n tho 19,
duced In tho next loglslaturo which 17 Boaoon fro,u ,nnkl"K tno u''un,
meets In January and that "it would 1UBnll'y ' whiskey. Next year they
were cioscu uown aitOKOtnor, unu
oven iu tho present yoar woro only
v,.w vnfV..i.i o- .. oo. i permitted to make n roducod sup-
had n daylight saving law on its p,y' Tho pr,CCH' ' ot courw5' wont
J arc the thlnes 1h4t want
J when It rairu .iAi'H
ii . .t
h.wc made oad
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Ik. A J TOWER CO.
xnk Bttm nut nj
Dccoinhcr 11, 12, H-t'
IU li SttllHl WF' TH C LI P t
bo supported by a mnjority In both
tho senato and houbo."
statute books and. Mr. Marks said. U,t'' nnd d,,""lory B,,nrt' "lneod In
iiiu oiuwn. uxenanges.
any effort to repeal it would bo hope-
rrt. a ... t . . . .
loss without tho help of legislators', '"" """" wnwicoy can ousuy
from Now York and Buffalo, most ofibo Hold ul II "" I)rl(:o ,hnn tho ,rl8h
whom, he buI.i. h,i iw,on fn,i i.. 'rUclo, und it Ih being fruely tukon
favor of tho law. At present tho "p by tho Ir,8h re.Ti. One pro-i
months for daylight saving In New v,nclal bondcr lH Huld l0 ha,ru puld
York conform to the old federal ll0nr,jr "O.00" ' d"ty on his con-
statute, from Mnrch to October. To
slgnmont. What tho distillers aro
'- ... ...... . . 1
have the Jaw uniform. Mr. Marks'" ,7 ",rn,H OI ,B ulnl ,no American
I . HDlrit mnv lin lilnnrlml nr "fil. .,l.n n" I
menumont will bo lnro- ,. . 7 .. '
...in .iw. ,im , .lnnd bo'i "8 Irish or Hlghlund whlu-'
said, un a
ducinl changing the tlmo from tho
HKAD OX STAMP
WARSAW, Poland, Nov. 28. For
what is said to be the first time In
history the likeness of a musician
has appeared on a postage stamp.
It Is that of Ignaco Paderowskl, tho
president of tho Polish republic, on
a new issue of Polish stamps.
December 11, 12, 13.
It'i m tuentlol to your bot
oh to your eun.
You Lelleve In ltplnn jour
nun wii ona. Menus jou
know 'It'needi It. Your iIiom
reed BERGMAN SHOE OILJuit
Iff no JoVe climbing a moun
tain afUr seme In stiff thoct,
or act t Inn wet tut at th dgs
of a ilouifh, Put a little
BERGMAN.N SHOE OIL on
them. It tofttni thtin and
tnakci hiking much tatter,
waterproofi them, and makei
them wear longer.
Get a can todar good for all
klndi of tboea.
Theq. . Bersrmann Dhoo
MlE-JCo., Portland, Ore.
For Sale at
last Hunduv in Anrll tn tlin -ial Hun
' r ...v ..u.. j r. ,. ,. .... . . . . ..
day In September. Tho Now York' T ', ""H1"'B Bn " luo
board of aldermen's recent action In ? ? PnPr8 '" lhUt nt PrOBOnt n0
passing a daylight saving ordinance, rt",ur,cn wnisKoy is sold In uublln
i, ,.. ui.t i... . n., ...L. ....... as such.
,i nun om.u, UKU 1111JUIIUU uiuur uuies
and at Sh
to take similar stops, .
"FIfteon of tho 18 mayors of Con
necticut," said Marks, "recently voted
Marks continued, "rocontly votod
ununimously at a conference in Now
Haven to initiate campaigns In tholr
cities ut onco for daylight saving,
Hartford proviously had blazod tho
trail by adopting an ordlnanco which
will bo In effect tho last Sunday of
April next year. Plalnflold, N. J
has taken similar action. In Balti
more, Md a referendum vote
showed thut flvo out of six woro In
favor of it. Cincinnati has adoDtod
It, so has St. Joseph, Mich., and wo
aro getting encouraging roports from
Hobolcen, Jorsoy City, Paterson,
Trenton and Camden, N. J.; Wil
mington, Dol.; Phlludolphla. Scran
ton and Pittsburgh, Pa.; Richmond,
Va.; Chattanooga and Memphis,
Notice Is boroby given that from"
this dato I will not bo responsible
fon any dobbii contracted by Henry
Bhadley and .wlfo, November H,
1919 B. JI. Qulgloy,, 24-8t
Ladies' & Men's
MADE TO 0BDEB
1IICHT OF WORKMANSHIP
I'KIIKKGT FIT OUARANXEKD
Prices are very rMwnM
Your inspection lnltl
Chas. J. Gizek
BJ8 Main Bt.
tCRIT RONF MFATQrDAPQ ETTMAQII FOR Murphey's Feed & Seed Store
win, isviiu, muni uuuit o, LiUU UUXOU CHICKENS .... . .. . &
126 South Sixth St