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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 2, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
"It's Like Finding Money"
says the Good Judge
When you take a little
chew of this real quality
tobacco, and the good
tobacco taste begins to
You'll find it keeps com
ing, too. The rich to
bacco taste lasts and
lasts. You don't have
to take a fresh chew so
often. Any man who .
uses the Real Tobacco
Chew will tell you that.
Put Up In Two Styles
JUGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
V-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco
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
Wc have juit .received a shipment of the very latest
styles in folders and mounts for photographs. ' They
are the finest wc have ever seen or had.
SEE THEM. .
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 are reasonable.
Make an appointment for sitting today for your
Xmas photographs. ,
The BOND Studio
1136 Main St
Every Tuesday and Saturday Nights
" Real jazz "
And No Foolin'
Kay.Jay Orchestra Dancing 8:45
When in need of a good overall, that is both strong
strong and durable, ask to see our
VKUNION MADE WV
DON'T SAY "OVERALLS," SAY
which will give you the service. They are Union
Made and have a number of features over other
makes of pveralls. First is, the material from which
they are made; second, all seams are felled and
triple stitched; third, cord-bound button holes and
full cut in seat. Last, they are Union Made.
We handle the complete line. '
"I ain't mad at nobody"
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1ET BEE, II
'I fin Oregon Htiito Tonri'-'Tit' as
sociation will meet In Portland
Duriiitilior 2U-.10-.'II. TIiIh will mi
(loilljloilly ho tlio InrncHt and in oh I
Iniporliiiil touchers' convention ovor
hold In (hiii h tii to. Alrcfiily tlio
number of tpuchfru who havo cnrol-
loil (mil paid their foes far exceeds
that of any nrovloiiH vcar. Dulo
gains from ovory county anil from
civnry loril teachers organization In
11. c Hlatn will niton'! Hip IiuhIiiokh
nicotines of tlio roproaontntlvo
counnrll. Thin mooting aB well as
all of tho otluir tsccrlons Ib open to
nil teachers In (ho ntuto.
President A, C. Hampton, cltv
nunorlntondont of I-u Uriuido Ih pre
paring n most IntcreHtlriR program
and expects to sccura for tho gen
ornl sessions two spynkors from out
Hldo tlio 'Htnto. Ono of thoBO will bo
II. II. Wilson, city superintendent
of Berkeley. California. Mr. Wll-
Hon hn.s held Important positions In
ICnnnafl and Indiana nnd Is tho
author of n numbor of well known
In addition to tho mcctlng"of 'he
roprcsontatlvo council nnd tho fjen
oral sessions each of tho following
dopartmenta will havo a well prepar
ed program : City Superintendents,
Higher Kducnjlon, Secondary
Schools, History, Modorn Language,
Foreign I.nngungo, Council of Eng
lish Teachers, Elementary Schools,
Rural Schools, Vocational Educa
tion, Music, Industrial Club Work,
LlbrarlniiH nnd I'hyslcat Training.
MARYl'ORT, Eng., Nov 15. (By
Mall). Tho vicar of tho pariah hero,
tho Itov. J. A. Richards, strongly
disapproves persons showering con
fottt on bridal patties when they are
entering tho church to be married.
Writing in bis parish magazine, ho
"All right-thinking people must
reallzo how unseemly it is for a cou
ple to stand before tho altar on their
wodding day literally dripping with
confetti. Tho practice is also un
wind. The wedding day is a great
ovont in a girl's lire. Much time
and money have been expended on
costumes. Tho bride and brides
maids- tako a prldo in looking their
best, and it is abominable that vul
gar, brainless .people should be al
lovoa to gmothov thoi with con.
"Strong measures," the vicar adds,
"should be takon to put this down,
and wo wish to give notice that
people covered with confetti will not
be allowed to- enter St. Mary's
church. They will have to come to
church In' a decent and fitting con
dition before the ceremony can proceed"
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CUT DOWN YOUR SHOE EXPENSE
CUT DOWN THAT SHOE EXPENSE. CUT IT DOWN BY
BUYING BETTER SHOES CROSSETT SHOES ARE THE
SHOES IN WHICH YOU CAN DO THIS. ANOTHER THING,
WHEN YOU ARE IN THE MARKET FOR SHOES, VISIT OUR
STORE. THAT IS WHERE YOU BUY THE MANY MAKES
AND STYLES FOR FAR LESS MONEY. SHOES OF QUALI
The reason of the great Bradley Shoe Sale is Just to enable per
sons to buy tho correct shoes for the correct price, and when you
see our line, mostly our prices, you can then say they are great
values for the money. The quality is there.
All leading and well-known brands, including CROSSETT,
BUCKINGHAM & HECHT, AMERICAN BOY, MASTER
MADE, MEN'S EASE, AND MANY OTHERS.
BRADLEY SHOE STORE
DRUNKS DISAPPEARING .
Tht Joy of Living.
With all my heart I believe In the
Joy of living; but those who achieve
It do not Ncok It as an end in itself,
hut as n seized nnd prized Incident
of hard work well done and of risk
nnd danger never wantonly courted,
hut never shirked when Uuty com
mands (lint they he faced. And those
who linvo enniril Joy, but are re
warded only with sorrow, must lenvn
the stern comfort dear to great souls,
the comfort that springs from the
knowledge tniight In times of Iron
that the law of worthy living Is not
fulfilled by pleasure, but by service
and by sacrifice when only (hereby can
servlco be rendered Theodore Roosevelt
vlJi??01 Atch Maens: .Special Con
Tm.ion Klamath, Chapter R. A. M.
lu Mi' uvonlnK' Docombor 2, Work
nvuij Ml dBreo. All companions
GEO. WALTON, H. P.
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-CK8 no. l seed potatoes, dry
; &8f. fB var'oty. Early 8lx Wooks
ftnte', Netted Oqms or Blue,
c"i Oencrnl Doll very 21-Gt
Our Shop is being; fitted with tho
best equipment obtainable, and a
first-cluss Stationery Store opened.
Johfn5S!:nk 126 Main Street
Can't Lose It
Adolph Tandler, symphony orches
tra leader, was commenting on the de
mand that music by German com
posers should pot be played.
"There Is so much music that Is (Jer
mnn, that I doubt If It can he done,"
the. remarked, and added, with n lunch,
"besides, they toll mo that they are
using It at the peace conference, or, at
least, that Is the clnlm of a certain
German musician I us'ed to know.
"This (fennun, after listening to the
uproarious discord attending the peace
" 'Ha I Observe that In order to cele
brate they have lo raise to lh Wag
'nrrlnn slyle of iniiHlel'"
LONDON, Nov. 16. (By Mail).
England's army of drunkards is dis
appearing. About fifteen years ago
70,000 persons were annually com
mitted to prison for drunkenness
and the average for a few years be
fore the war was about 60,000. The
commissioners of prisons, in their
annual report, say that tho numbers
committed to prison last year wore
671 males and 999 females.
Reports from all the prisons tes
tify to the benoficient effects of re
striction on the sale of intoxicating
IT'S GRANDMOTHER'S RECIPE TO
MIIXG BACK COLOR AXD LUS
TRE TO HAIR
Sold onlvwhm ADS.
bpodi are duplayed j
You can turn gray, faded hair beau
tifully dnrk and lustrous alraosover
night if you'll get a 50-ccnt bottle ot
"Wyeth's Sago and" Sulphur. Com
pound" at any drug utoTu."" millions
of bottles of this old famous Sage Teai
Recipe, improved by the addition of
other Ingredients, are sold annually,
sava a well known druggist here, be
cause It darkens the hair so natur
ally and evenly that no one can tell is
has been applied.
Those whoso linlr is turning gray
or becoming faded nave a surprise
awaltlnc them, becausa after ona or
(two applications the gray hair van
ishes and youg locks become luxuri
antly dark and beautiful.
This is the age of youth. Gray-
haired, unattractive folks aren't want
ed around, so get busy with Wyeth's
Sago and Sulphur Compound tonifcht
and you'll be delighted with your
dark, handsome hair and, your youth
ful appearanco within a few days.
OLD FORT FOR SALK
CATERHAM, Bng., Nor. 15.
(By Mail). Fosterdown Fort, at
White Hill; near" here, is to be of
fered for sale. It Is one of a chain
built many years ago along the Sur
revy Hills for the defense of Lon
don, and has an extensive view over
three counties and Is 800 feet abov
The Ladies of the Catholic. Cfcutttt
will hold their annual Fair Dee. .11.
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