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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
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Certainly the hat is by far the most important fea
ture of the attire.
It is to the face what the frame is to the picture.
We have some we would like to show you.
They are very beautiful. The materials are of the
The work is exquisite. '
Quite equal to anything you could buy in the Rue
de la Paix or on Fifth Avenue.
And prices at half their value.
Gertrude & Co.
Japan It) peculiarly the victim of
olomontnl forces. Tlio country con
tains at least CO nctlvo volcanoes
and linn an average ot about GOO
earthquake shocks a year. In nddl-
To house tho mnelilncrytioni u un-ur8 frequently from m-
Rooting and Building Paper
Just received a carload of Ruberoid and
Resisto Roofing and Building Paper
We are prepared to meet your
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Baldwin Hardware Co
The House of Quality
Klamath Falls, Ore.
, DKNVKK, Colo., Doc. 2 An
shnlo laboratory, with nn Initial ex
' pcndlturo of nl Iwwt $20,000 Is to
t bo estnbllRlujil at tho Unlvrrstt of
Colorado at Moulder Immedlntoly h)
' tho United States Uurcau or Minns
and tho State of Color tdo, nn
' nouncement to thU effect having
i been made recently by Ooviftnor
' Shoup of Colorado.
Tho laboratory Is to be operated
under tho department of mechani
cal engineering and will be umlbr
tho direction of Professor John A.
Hunter. Tho cepartment at present
mnlntaiiiB an oil laboratory which
can be utilized to some extent In tho
and equipment which will bo nec
essary for tho experimental treat
ment ot shales, a deparato building
will be erected the doflnlto Vto for
tho beginning of the work fcnvlng
not yet been announced.
Tho federal bureau of mines will
send men to the university to look
after the government's end of the
work, and it is expected that ovent
uallr tho department will grow to
tho magnitude of the radium re
search laboratory established ev-
eral years ago at the School of
Minos at Golden. This la.s. named
work at present requires fhe scr
lces of a dozen men and occupies n
thrcp-story bullJIng on tho Mines
The new department Is designed
for the rcsoan'h and1 oxperlnunta
tion consideration necessary for the
oxploltatlon ot tho hugo doposlts or
all shales in Western Colorado and
Utah & a commercial basis. The
state jmd federal gorornmonts wll
divide the initial expenses incurred.
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nilvii1 li (tin Hfiitn fnnM rniiiMilnnlnn.
coiiHlst principally ot Hour, rlcu and
A New Tire
Here is a tire that is a tire THE GENERAL CORD. It is
guaranteed for 10,000 miles, but you don't have to worry about
that, xr it will always beat that mark. The next time you buy a
tire y a General it's the tire you've been looking for.
) have a full line of accessories bore,
Drop In and look
HOAGLAND & McCOLLUM
NEXT TO rOSTOI'FIOE
Surety bonds wuSe jam wait. Ohll
coto & Bmim. 6-tt
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I General I
I Construction I
Shasta' JSand Used1
r and Baggage
ANYWHERE IN THE CITY
REASONABLE r RATBS
Klamath Lodge No. 137
, , L jCX.O. F..,. u
MeeU-Friday night oreseta week si
I. O. O. F. hall. Eth and MalnttntU
P. J.Oergw , N. O.j Fred Bremar
Secretary; P. L. Fountain Treasurer
Bwauna Encampment No. 41, 1. O
O. F., meeta Tuesday night of each
week at I. O..O.F. ball.. Arlle Wor
rei;' CP P.) Kate Otterbeln, Scribe;
P. L. Fountain Treaaarer.
Ge't the Habt,of '
unnKing not water
8aye we can't look or feel
with the ayatem full
, of poison.
As a screen against thu sun, tho
umbrella was used In the Kast li
very remotu times, and figures prom
inently -In Assyrian and Ugyptlan
Sculpture, where It appears to have
been a part of the Insignia of royalty.
A Madrid newspaper editor once
sought popularity by printing his pa
per on linen, with au Ink that easily
washod out, so that tho reader, nfter
perusing tho Journal, might apply
soap and water and convert tho"rug"
Into a pocket handkerchief
Our supply of Block,
Limb and Slab Wood
is adequate for the pres
. ent demands of our cus
tomers, but please order
before you are entirely
out of wood as we are
behind with our deliv
eries. TERMS CASH
All fire wood must be
paid for in advance or
upon delivery, as we
cannot afford, to collect
small accounts. If it is
a C. O. D. order, please
have the bright change
ready, otherwise driv
ers are instructed not to
leave "the fuel.
"WOOD TO BRN"
702 Main St Phone 187
COUNTY THKABURKK'S NOTICE
Notice is horeby given that there
are funds in the, county treasury for
tho rodomption 'of Klamath County
General .Fund .warrants, protested
on or before' Sunt. 2. 1013. also war
rant 30702 protested Sept. 3, 1019.
interest on tho same will cease
from this date,
'Dated at Klamath Falls, Oregon,
this ,88th day of Nor. 1919.
G. K. VAN RIPER,
Millions of folks bathe Internally
now Instead of loading their systom
with drugs. "What's an inside bath?"
you say. Well, it Is a guaranteed to per
form miracles if you could bellove
these hot water cnthusiasta.
There are vast numbers of men and
women who, immediately upon arising
In the morning, drink a glass of real
hot water with a teaspoonful of lime
stone phosphate in it. This is a very
excellent health measure. It is intend
ed to flush the stomach, live, kidneys
and tho thirty feet of Intestines of the
previous day's waste, sour blleand in
digestible material left over In the
body which if not eliminated every day
becomes food for the millions of bac
teria which infests the bowels, the
quick result s poisons and toxins
which are then absorbed Into the blood
causing headache, bilious attacks, foul
breath,- bad taste, colds, stomach- trou
ble, kidney misery, sleeplessness, Im
pure blood and all sorts of ailments.
People who feel good one day and
badly the .next, but who simply can
not get feeling right are urged ,to ob
tain a quarter pound of limestone phos;
puate at me drug sioro. unis win cosi
very little, but is sufficient to make
anyone a real crank on the subject of
Internal sanitation ' ,
Just as soap and hot water act on
the skin, cleansing, sweetening and
freshening, so limestono phosphate
and hot water act on the stomach,
liver, kidneys anr bowels. W is vastly
more Important to bathe on the inside
than on the optalde, because the skin
poros do not absorb impurities Into the.
LONDON Oct. 17. (By mall)
The doath of Jqan Louis Nicodo, tho
distinguished Gorman composer, at
Leipzig, Is announced in a German
Nicodo was born near Poson in
18IJ3. Ho mado his reputation at
tho piano and as conductor succes
sively of tho philharmonic concerts
and of the Neustadt Malo Chorus at
Dresden, Among tho best known of
his works is 'Das Meor", a sym
; ; OPEN NOSTRILS! END
;; A COLD OR CATARRH;
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Hew-To Get Relief When need
! , and Nose are Stuffed Up.
Count fifty! Your cold In head or
catarrh 'disappears. Your clogged
npstrlli) will open, tho air passages
of your head wlllccar aud you pan
breatbp freely. No more snuffing,
hawking mucous discharge, dry
ness or hoadacho; no struggling for
breath at night. '
Get a small bottle of Ely's Cream
Dalm from your druggist and apply
a little of tliifl fragrant antiseptic
cream in your nostrils. It pene
trates through overy nlr passage of
the head, soothing and healing tho
swonen or innamea mucous mem
brane, giving you instant rollof.
Head colds and catarrh yield like
magic. Don't stay stuffed-up and
blood, jvhlle the bowelporea da Adv. miserable. .Relief Is sure,-
FOR SALE OR HIJNT-Ono of the
best luiimvi in Mills addition.
Owunr going east. A bargain If
handled quickly, or will rout milijm-t
to sale. James M. Watklnti. Jr,
Hultu One, Swansen llldg., rliouu
FOR SALK CHEAP-- 8 room linutm
closci in, partly furnished, $2100
Unit rush. Apply L. I, Parks. 431
Washington Ht. 28-Dt
LOST A black
FOR HALE Improved 120 ncros, 4
miles west of town. House, barn,
good well, etc. All under cultlvn
Hon, good hoII. Will sell for price
ot improvements, ns owner l.i going
south, lizri Main Ht. ZHtf
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
JxffJlJlJlLJuvl -... . . . . . .
FOR SALE Pair of 1000 pound
horses. Sound Good nnywhure.
Cheap. II, M Daniels, llonnnza,
WANTED Ford truck or iwr,
serviceable condition. Don't care
for lookH. Must bo cheap. H M
Daniels, ltouanza. 29-51
FOR 8AI.lv Cheap for cash. A
two-piece, dry wall oncretu
block machine, good ns new: used
only one season. Could not bu
bought today for 1 4 GOO. Will roll
at a bargain im owner Is In other
line of business and cannot glvu it
his attention. Splendid opening
bore for this business ns there Is n
big demand for blocks and concrcto
bricks. Machine is In tho city and
can bo neon at any tlmo. Don't
answer unless you have tho cash.
Address llox 1, Hornld OHlco. 1-lf
FOR SALE Ono pair homo mado
bob sleds. Well Ironed and
streng: also wagon bed and largo
hay rack. Cheap. F. C. DcChalne,
Phono 98-M. 29-3t
FOR SALE at a bargain the follow
ing, second hand 'cars! 2 1916
Rco's In good condition, $8G0.,onch;
1 1916 Ford touring' car' ISfiO.;
2 Studobakers, G passenger V8G0.,
and $1000. C. L. McWilliams,
1167 Main. Phono 109. 17tf
FOR RENT, OR LEASE
-Heated rooms, bath
840 Walnut, cor. 9th.
WANTED Girl for general houso
' work and cooking Mr. O. O. Lab
are. Illy. Oregon.) 1-tf
CITY (1A llli a in.- ..
Ourbago remove phono 9l!r
unml . "
LOST AND FOUND"
A .in?k RU0'lPar hip boot
between Ma n nn.i k-i ,. .?''
Howard if returiu-d to Herald olflc":
KlKl'tli Htrwt. this morning, a 7l
bill. Phone US Itownrd u"
,'J!T 11,1)0'lK" i''o curtain on ik
Ht. Please leave nt DoiIro 0ar
IF VOU WANT OTUDIiNT HKI.P
call the Klamath (ounty Hirh
School phono 3B0. Olrls for typlni
coplng and iilnK. also general
hoimuwork. curing for children etc
Hoys for clerking, measengor service'
chores, otr Special nttcntlon Is glr
en to this survlcu by (lie school
authorities and an effort Is to be
made to ninko clllclont, convenient
uml prolltnblo liutli to the student
and to those requiring their scrvkos,
Wo make n KH'clnlly of lire, life
nud ucridetit iiiNui-Kini. Phone Oil and
we'll do the renU Chilroto Jl Soiih
MADAM IOINA, Palmiit-
World's ()n-tet PlirenologUt,
Pulmlst and Medium
Roads your entire life put,
present and future correctly, giv
ing' names, dates nnd figures in hol
iness, love, law, mnrrlngo and dom
estic troubles. Tolls you what yon
are best adaptod for nnd what to d
to bettor your conditions In life.
ThU lady reads your hand, as yon
would an open book. A reading by
ber will meet your highest expecta
tions, and you will bo wiser an
happlor, after consulting her, she
having the gift of rumoring all erO
influences nnd placing you In an -vlronmont
of happy thought anl
contentmont. Readings: Hundayaad
dally, 9 n. m, to 9:30 p. m. Room E,
Swanson llldg., over gun store, Mala
St., hotwoen 6th. and 7th, opp. West
ern Union, Klamath Falla, Oregon.
PHONB PEYTON tor Wood. Hf.
fitrayod from Dodd Hollow one
bay aaddle horse branded figure 4
on left shoulder; ono gray horse,
weight about 1700 pounds branded
HX on loft shoulder; one brown
horse, weight about 11C0 pouudB,
branded upright flntlron on loft hip
Notify Chas. Paulson caro of F. N.
Hodricks, Merrill, Ore,, uud receive
On or about Doc. 1st tho Diamond
Shoo Shining Parlor for gontleaee
will movo 3 doors west on Main m.
tho west end ot tho Star Theatre.
Try 'om. Horald Want Ada.
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The value in buying- Ncttleton Shoes is that they
j not only look vcll when new but ttuy gnw w
Avoid the loss and disappointment of expen
II nicotine. We recommend lcttlctons.
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