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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 1, 1919)
M0XI)A1, HKCEMIIEIt I, 11)11)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
BUY THE WORLD'S BEST,
aW&9 qJ JD
In ifie Five Ppund Can
It surpasses all neiion packco
oficr coffees in
Also Packed in
Three ami One
EVERY CAN GUARANTEED
1wi7n-rTr T- &
Christmas will be here in a very short time and you
will want some pictures to send home to your folks
and friends. You will be disappointed if you wait
We have just received a shipment of the very latest
styles in folders and mounts for photographs. They
arc the finest we have ever seen or had.
A large stock of Leather Goods, Card Cases, etc., at
less than wholesale prices. Get our prices.
When you want that picture framed bring it to us.
Our prices arc reasonable.
Make an appointment for sitting today for your
The BOND Studio
1136 Main St.
Our Shop la being fitted with tho
best equipment obtainable, nnri a
first-class Stationery Storo opened.
! IN EXPORTS
STAT ONERY COMPANY
J&Siim 126 Main Street
(''m niiwi from Pni Two)
r I in. i i M'lhiiMf wiw pii-muiiitlv
itrjiilitid m ii nili.M llnnnot) nlmwr,
tendon-d lit-r by Iht ninHt'ltiiimiiii-
irlontlB, Friday i-vonlng. Nov. U.
Mr. I)iinlininic((lved many bcjuil-
ful KlftH 'I ho evening wnH spent In
ilanenig unci ronvcrMalli.il after wlili h
ililuiy ir.fi ciKliiix-iilH worn soivrri
TIiomu present wnro Mr. und MrH A
I. MoIIiiino, Mill MoIIiiiri), Dun Mi'l-
l.flRi', I.imIii Marvny, Dr. und MrH A
1 Honlc, Mth. Nelson HounKM-ll,
liPHHln Ogle, MrH. H. K. Oglo, Knth-
i ryn and Margaret Upp, Jdna I'nny,
May TiimiiuII, Ilorlo Allun, Edna Miil-
MIxh Ivu Mnl.niiiri1ln '
v v f
A pleiinunt Thanksgiving party
look place at tho homo of Mr and
MrH Charles V. Htomwcll Thursdiy
' toning. Dinner wan nerved at 5 30
mid after enjoying tho ropast tho
1,'ueHts were ontortuined nt cardH.
Tho.se attending wero, Mr and Mrs.
lanieH W'nlklns und son, Mr. CIiuh
Darnell, Miss Winifred Ilondy nnd
MIhh I vii McCoiighlln.
InmnleH of tho county Infirmary
vcro romcinhorcd liy tlio IuiIIch of
i ftt I'nul'H EplHcnpnl guild In n Jelly
Hliowor Wednesday n woro also
I pi tlentH In tho Blackburn hospital,
i tho purpono being to givo all n sharo
! In tho hcnefltH nnd blessings of
Thanksgiving. On Thanksgiving dny
tho guild members distributed a
number of well lllled baskets among
) sick people, who ttcro unable to pro
iio 'th"lr own Thnksglvlng feasts.
Mr and Mrs I.esllo Hogora, gave
i a delightful Thanksgiving dinner j
at their l iiitlful home on Pacific
1 i irate, complimenting Mr. and Mis
Daniel W. Uyan and their tliurinitig
I daughter, MIhh Cholrune, who aie
'leaving on Wednesday, December)
Ilnl, for an ojitended visit with rela-r
tlves and friends throughout the'
Kast. Mr. and Mrs. Hynn will trav-l
ol south by wayof San Francisco and
Los Angoles, then, Fast stopping ov
er at Denver, Now Orleans, Vienna,
Virginia nnd Washington D. C,
whero they will bo guests of Mrs.
Kyan'fi sister Mrs. Kcnyon and fam
ily for tho holidays. Afterwards fhey
will spend some timo in Now York
City and return homo ovor tho Can
ndlnn Pacific making stops at Chi
cago, Seattle and Portland.
Mm. Don J. Zurawalt's vocal class
was entertained at tho home of one
of tho pupils, Mrs. W. II. McPherren,
Ninth and Lincoln streets, Tuesday
ovenlng. Mrs. Marjorlo McCluro
Gallagbor and Miss Eunico Vandon
burg woro spocltl guests. Mrs
Gallagher gavo eovoral vocal selec
tions and Miss Vandonburg a hum
orous reading, both of ;h!ch wero
greatly appreciated. During the
course of tho ovenlng refreshments
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This is the .Shoe
For the Rough and
Our stock of Boys Shoes
consists of High Tops,
Dress Shoes, in English
Lasts in black and brown,
heavy School Shoes, Play
Shoes, Army Shoes in
bjack and brown and
SOME REAL BAR
GAINS as many are below the
wholesale cost at the pres
TEN PER CENT OFF ON BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S HOSIERY
Men's Silk Hose
10 per Cent Off on all Boys's Shoes
Get the Genuine I&!l2
and Avoid &EjGbZ4
LypP' '" Every Cake
1 EATERS GET
Tho Amorlcon mon nnd women
must guard constantly against Khl
ioy troublo becnuso wo cat too much
nnd all our food is rich. Our blood
Is filled with uric ncld which tho kld
JoyB strivo to filter out, thoy weaken
Jrom ovorwork, bocomo slugBlsh;
tno ollmlnativo tlssuos clog nnd tho
result Ib kidney troublo, bluddor
yeaknoss and a gonernl docllno in
Whon your kidnoys fool llko
'nmps of lend; your back hurts or
'no urino 1b cloudy, full of aodlmont
" you nro obliged to nook relief two.
iL times a night; If you suffer
with sick headache or dizzy, norvous
spoils, ncld stomach, pr you havo
rnoumatlsm whon tho woathor is
"Wi Bet from your pharmacist about
our ounces of Jad Salts; tako a
jaulospoonful in a glass of water bo
ioro broakfast for a fow days and
your kldnoya will thon act flno. This
"jrnous salts is mado from tho ncld
01 Brapes and lomon julco, combin
ed with lithla, and has boon usod
lr gonoratlonB to flush and stimu
late cloggod kidney; to neutralize
o acids in tho urino ho it no longer
s a sourco of irritation, thus ond
'ng bladder disorders.
I'm Ba,tB ,8 Inoxponslvo; cannot
"'"O; makes o delightful offorvos
inn ''J-n'a-wator bovorago, and ho
Ci ,n vory homo, becauso. no
"Ody enn ronke ft mlstnkn by having
"d UJ ..n !.:v t'uie.
American exports in October
1919, woro vnluod nt 632,000,000,
J a gnln of ?35, 000,000 ovor Septem
ber nnd of $130,000,000 ovor Octo
ber of tho previous year, according
to a statement Issued today by tho
Ilurenu of Forolgn and Domestic
Commorco, Department of Com
merce. Exports for tho 10 months
ended with Octobor nro placed at
JO, 1501, 000.000, nn incrcnio 'bf
$1,410,000,000 ns compared with
tho corresponding period of 1918.
' Octobor imports totaled 410,0,00,
I 000, n falling off of J20.000.000
I from tho high mark of Soptombor,
but nn Increnso of $160, 000,000
oor Octobor of last yoar. For the
10 months ended with Octobor, im
ports amounted to $3,113,000,000,
iv gain 'of $543,000,000 ovor tho
similar period of last yoar. This
ilguro for tho first 10 months of tho
curront cnUndnr yoar Is higher than
that rocordod for nny previous full
make a Splendid
Values to $1.50.
Sale price ....95c
Men's Wool and
Cotton Hose, 10 per
cent off the regular
"MAKES LIFE'S WALK EASY
Be convinced and visit our store for.
'a glimpse of the wonderful line of
Men's Dress Shoes.
A Daring Bargain.
BRADLEY SHOE STORE
727 MAIN St
KLAMATH FALLS, OR.
GAVE UP ALL HOPE
At the Theatres
FOR HOG RATION
. Grinding smnll grains for fatten
ing pigs effects In saving of about 10
por cent ovor feeding thorn wholo,
corn oxcoptod, nccording to oxpori
monta nt tho Gorvallls and Union
oxporlmont stations. Tho porcont
ngo is on tho bnsis of amounts of
food required to produce 100 pounds
of gain. It costs much moro to
grind tho grain flno than coarso, but
it Is thon no bettor. It doos not pay
to soak tho ground foods, and cook
ing is dotrimontal to grain foods. It
pays to cook potatoes woll, but
roots and pumpkins nro not bonoflt
ed by cooking. Full information
on foods and feeding pigs to finish
for mnrkot Is contnlnod in a now
bullotin published by tho O. A. C.
Exporimont stntlon, Corvallis, Oro-
gon. copies aro iroo.
At 507 Main Earl Shophord says,
"Euy muilc this c:rlstmas " tf .
"In tho Hollow of Hor Hand,"
Allco Brady's lntost Solect Picture,
will bo seen nt tho Star Thoatro
on Monday. Tho story deals with
Hetty JCastleton,, i young English
girl, who fnlls In love with Challls
Wrandafl. In n scono nt nn Inn die
learns o,t his marrlngo nnd kills him
In Bolf-dofonso. Sho is protected
from tho law by his wife, who tries
to marry Hetty off to hor brother-in-law,
but Hetty is In love with an
artist and rofusos to marry him.
Detoctlvcs accuso Mrs Wrandall of
tho murdor of her husband. Sho
denies tho accusation nnd Hetty
confossos. Old Mr. Wrandall says
that tho law shall not touch hor.
Hor lovor takos hor from tho houso
to begin a new life with him.
HAT SUFFEItED TEN YEARS
GAINS FIFTEEN POUNDS AF
TER TAKING TAKIjAC.
December 11, 13,
Pawnbrokers In Great llrtain Is
suo about 200,000,000 pledges a
Sizo tor slzo ,a throad of spldor
silk is tougher than a bar of steel.
Under ordinary conditions tin
Inches of snow yield one inch of
A shoal of horrlngs is sometimes
five or six miles in longth and I wo
or threo In breadth. '
Tho Finlandor Is a great rcador,
and book shops aro very nnumeroua
In his country.
Snakes havo no external ears but
"hear" by fooling vibration of sound
on tholr delicate scaly covoring.
Scnrcoly moro than 35 yoars ago
Japanese soldlors woro huge, gro
tosquo Iron-mask helmets in .r'"
to frighten tho onomy.
Decombor 11, 12, "'
Try 'cm. Heraicr "Want Ada,
"I have gained flfteon pourds
since I commenced taking Tanlac,
and the troubles that have bjeen
causing mo to sufi'cr for ten long
years havo been completely iver
como," said F. . McOraw a well
known boiler mnkor for the Stand
orford Ship Building Co., living at
Eagle Creok, Ore, tho other day.
"From the day my troubles be
gan, up to tho timo I commenced
taking Tanlac," ho continued, "my
condition gradually got worse. In
fact, during tho past year I was in
misery all the time. My stomach
was in bad condition, and in a short
timo after meals, what I ato would
sour nnd causo mo to bo bloated up
with gas something awful. Then, I
often had bad cramping pains in tho
pit of my stomach. At other times I
would bocomo so nauseated I could
hardly rotaln what I ato. I was con
stipated all tho time, and would
havo tho worst sort of headaches
ovory day or bo. I Just seomed to
loso all my energy, nnd got so ner
vous I could hardly Bleep at night.
Those troubles just kept getting
worse all the time, and as I had fail
ed to got rollof from tho different
medicines and treatments I had
taken, I wap very much" worried
over ray condition, nnd had almost
givon up hopo of ovor finding any
thing that would do mo any gooJ.
"My wife had boon in a run down
condition for a good whllo, and not
long ago sho commoncod taking
Tanlac, and sho had lmpiovod so
much on it, that I docided to givo it
a trial myself. Woll, sir, this med
icine Just hit tho spot right away,
and in a short timo I was feeling
llko a different man. I got strong
er ovory day from that timo on, and
now I am enjoying ns good health
as I ovor did In my life. I never
had a better appetlto, and every
thing I eat agroos with me all right,
I havo gotton rid of tho const!paT
tion, and I havn't had a headache
since Just utter I hegnn taking Taft
lac. My stomach Is In fine condi
tion and I never am nauseated llko
I used to be. I sleep llko a log
every night, and when I get up In
tho mornings I am ready for a
hearty breakfast and a good days
work. Yes, sir, Tanlac has put mo
on my feet after everything, else
failed mo, and as long as I live I
will nover lose opportunity to say
a good word for it."
Tanlac is sold In Klamath Falls
by tho Star Drug Co., and In Lorclla
by the James Merc. Co. Adv.
40 sacks No. 1 seed potatoes, dry
land spuds variety. Early Six Weeks
preferred. Netted Gems or Blue
Centennials. Address Albert Bar
rett, General Delivery. 24"-6t
507 Main St
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
Every Ford Owner Should Know
Just what Ford Service is, and why it is different from
ordinary garage service, and why it is more profitable
to patronize tho Authorized Ford Dealer? The Ford
Dealer Is a part of tho Big Ford Family. Ho carries
a largo stock of gennlno Ford parts for repairs and
replacements so you don't havo to wait whllo he sends
for thorn, and he uses only genuine parts becase he
knows the Imitation parts aren't dependable and don't
He has a thoroughly equipped up-to-the-minute gar
age with tools that onablo his Ford Mechanics to effi
ciently and properly mako any repair from a minor
adjustment to a completo ovorhaul. And when tho
work Is finished, his bill represents tho reasonable,
standard Ford prices.
Now, we aro Authorized Ford Doalors a part of the
great Ford Service organization which was formed
chiefly to put within each community a dealer who
would havo more than a passing interest In Ford re
pairs and adjustments. Wo aro propared and equipped
to rendor prompt, caroful Ford sorvlco. Drive In or
phone and we'll come after your car.
Danner Patty Motor Cq.
No. 123 Sixth St Klamath Falls, Ore.