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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 3, 1919)
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Our supply of Block,
L-imb 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 lire wood must be
paid for in advance or
upon delivery, as we
cannot afford to collect
small accounts. If it is
a C. 0. D. order, please
have the right change
ready, otherwise driv
ers are instructed not to
leave the fuel.
"WOOD TO BRN"
702 Main St Phone 187
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Another untiiiiRloiitlc mooting of
Hoy Heoutii mill HooiUnrH wan hold
hint tiltflit nt tlio Molhodlnt church.
i wij mori) nijyn or Hrinti nco woro
Miiirullt'il In (ho organization.
jI'Millmlimry work In scoulcraft
wan i;lvon by Hcout Master II. B.
'Fry anil the- Hot. H. J. Clinnoy, n
JNlHtnut Hcout mnntor. Lawrence
Ihol)H wnn nliio pruncnt to anslHl In
! tlio work. Tho ncout mnntor In Kind
I to got volunteer wnrknrn, for whim
, tho pntroln iiro all organized thoro
will ho nood for n groat doat of
! Tho rognlar tontn aro dolaycd,
nalil Mr. Kry today, by tho non-arrival
of Ruppllofl. Ab noon an thoy
Jcomo many of tho boyn will ho giv
en tho proscribed oxamlnatlonB.
Thoy nro ntudylng eagerly and ap
parently getting woll tip'in tho wor!t.
Tho Heoutii will moot with tho
Iloonlors' club, which In for boyn un
der tho ncout bko of 12, for tho last
tlmo next Tuonday night at tho
Mothodlnt church. Tho boyn aro be
coming too numerous to handle both
organizations together and, after tho
next moutlng, itoparato meeting
nlghtn will bo arranged.
PLANNED DEC. 15
How nitron nxlclo gnu. nn nnrMhet-
le made available In lnrgi nunntltpi In
Kronen through tho Joint WTnrt of tho
army medical riirjii and tlio American
Tho city boxing commlHHlon, ap-l "wl froM' jy''1 "'" lly. .r nmuy
. .. i i i. , .. Anii-rlrnn xo Id In, wnn to d u a Ktiite-
polntcil Monday night by Mnyorl ,m.nt ,,y ,,,,, Rw - ru,l vniJZ
Struble, hold an organization meet- , K,K W(1H u,M,.r.tliiint.'l by iiiortl
Ine yonterdny In tho ofllcoH of Judgoi nil men before tin war. tlio Mtnteinent
N. J Chapman. Tho mayor yostor-l wild, but became of It tendency to In
lr added William A. Ganong and ', w-n-e blood promim; to trincthiii the
J. II. Ourrutt to tho lint of original Ufurt without producing n kIid.U mid to
.Mlnln. mnklne Mm commlKlnn :n"w' "" 'l'I'WlllB after effect, It
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I nunc Into general uw In the operating
I nximx of niiist lnH,ltnl before the end
tie In number. Th olaw IIich tho
personnel or mo commiBHion ni rroni1 n1P ,,.,
three to flvo mum born. Tho other.
ttree aro N. J. Chapmnn, Dr. Boulo In th War Newt.
and J. I), Campbell. A young man told in nbop.t nn old
JudRO N. J. Chapman was soloct-t Indy who iimimI to come to ee the
td an president of tho cotnnrlHslon; . wounded boy. Her one f.nilt wnn
W. A. Oanong, secretary and trenn- T11;5.!"0 "'"ny v"1 '""" '"" dp
urer, and Dr. A. A. Soulo examining ipv w)llI, l)rp,pl)(I to ,, nR,rpp
physician. j Slf CMWt Onp. who wnn hnndnged
W. M. Knight wan chonon odlclal from bend to foot, wan the only one
nttchmnkor and Tom Wo I tors nn who tppenred at all awake, no he
referoo. I wont to him and linked: "How did
The first boxing contest. It In ym ,nnw mi w?r' "unuwl. my
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Still Our Sale Goe
BRADLEY SHOE STORE
Klamath Falls, Ore.
727 Main St.
Men's Fine Dress Shoes
Exceptional Values in Men's Shoes.
$15.00 Values reduced to .'...$12.75
$13.50 Values reduced to . $11.25
$12.00 Values reduced to $10.25
$11.00 Values reduced to $ 9.25
$10.00 Values reduced to $ 8.50
$ 9.00 Values reduced to $ 7.75
$ 7.50 Values reduced to $ 6.25
$ 5.50 Values reduced to $ 4.50
10 per Cent Children's Shoes
Ten Per Cent Discount will be given on all Chil
dren's Shoes in stock.
SOME REAL BARGAINS
as many are way below the wholesale cost at the
present time. ji&ja:
OUR STOCK OF BOYS' SHOES CONSISTS OF
HIGH TOPS, LACE AND ONE-BUCKLE TOP,
DRESS SHOES, ENGLISH LASTS IN BLACK AND
BROWN, HEAVY SCHOOL AND PLAY SHOES.
ARMY SHOES AND BLACK BUTTON.
10 Per Cent OFF on All Boys' Shoes.
Men's Silk Hose
Make an Ideal
MEN'S SILK HOSE, values to
$1.50. SALE PRICE 95c
MEN'S WOOL and COTTON
HOSE 10 PER CENT OF
There Is a vital object
in selling our shoes at
the quoted price, and that
i.s we are buying shoes
from the best American
makers and buying right.
Now then, we can give
you the value with the
quality. Our endeavor is
to pleaso you inot only
now but at all times, be
cause you will need shoes
again and know where
you can get them.
FUIENDH GIVH. PARTY
The Last Leaf
On the Calendar
IF you've uny retrenching to do for this year, now'a tho
tlmo to get busy, rerhapa you have boon putting off tho
opening of that Ravines or Checking Account horo at the
First NatlounI llanlc for over bo long. 'r
Well, while It's nover too lato to bi)gln,' tho early depos
itor accumulates tho big bank account, you know.
Mr. and .Mrs. A. C. Duncan enter
talned n number of their friends
Rntrayd uovcnlng at their homo, in
Iangelln .Valley in honor of Air, and
Mm. Krannk Grohs who have re
cently roturnod from a wodding trip
In San Francisco. Dancing was on
joyod by thoso present and delicious
refreshment Borved. ,Aa tho. guests
woro leaving thoy prosented Mr. and
Mrs. Qrolm with numerous beauti
At the Theatres
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December 11. 12, 13.
K. It. ItottmcH, l'rraiilcnt
'A, M. Collier, Vlevl'raildciit
John 8. Moons Vlco-I'mtldent
JjpnIIu .Itogerw, CaalUer
site First National Bank
DON'T SAY "OVERALLS," SAY
WfUNION MAD- MJh
They will give you the service They are Union
Made and have a number of features over other
Jakes of overalls. First is the material from which
Jney are made ;. second, all seams are felled and
Jnple 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"
NOTICK OV SHKlUrF'S 8ALK.
In tho Circuit Court of tho Stato of
Oregon, For tho' County of Klamath.
Gub Melhase. Plaintiff, vs. Frank M.
No. 1101, Equity.
Notico Is hereby glvon that,' by
virtue of an execution and order of
3alo, duly issued out of tho abovo
entitled court and causo on tho 2nd
day of December, 1919, in favor of
tho nbovo namod plaintiff and
against the abovo namod defendant,
dlrocting tho sale of tho premlsos
thoroln, ai;d herelnnftor descrlbod,
to satisfy tho sum of $1300.00. with
interest thereon from th'o 19th day
of Soptcmbor, 1914, at tho rato of
7 por cont. per annum, 175 at
torney's fee, $17.20 coats, and dis
bursomontfl, and accruing costs.
Now, theroforo, by virtuo of said
execution, and in compliance with
said writ. I have fully levied on
said promises and will, on Tuesday,
January 6, 1920, nt 10 o'clock a. m.
of said day, at tho front door of tho
county court houso, In tho City of
Klamath Falls, Klamath County,
Stato of Orogon, soil, at public
auction, to tho highost bidder, for
cash, nil tho right, titlo and intorest
of tho abovo named dofondant, in
and to tho following described real
property, sltuntod In Klamath
County, State of Oregon, to wit:
The SKU of soctlon 25, Town
ship 38 South of Range 11 East
of Wlllamctto Morldia" except
a tract 74 by 8G rods out o;
southwest part thoroof,
or so much thoroof as may bo
necessary to satisfy said oxocutlon,
togothor with tho tonomonts,
hereditaments and appurtonancoa
tborounto bolonging or in anywlso
Tho proceeds of said salo will bo
appllod to tho satisfaction of said
oxocutlon, order and docroo, In
terest, costs, and accruing costs,
and tho overplus, It any thoro bo.
paid Into court to bo furthor appllod
aa by law diroctod.
Datod at Klamath Falls, Orogon,
Docomber 2', 1919.
GEO. X,. HUMPHREY, Sheriff,
rtv nuriT H. HAWKINS. Deputy.
Russia, the land of the Bolshe
vik!, is the sceno'of the Theda Bara
super-production, "The Serpent,"
which will be featured on the bill of
tho Liberty Theatre Thursday. An
exciting ooar nunt, loading to a
love affair, is one of the spectacular
features of tho picture.
' The principal characters, taken by
a supporting cast including George
Walsh, James Marcus, Charles
Craig, Lillian Hathaway and Nan
Carter, are all Russians, the locale
being tho estate of a Grand Duke.'
The lattor falls In love with a peas
ant girl, impersonated ,b Miss Bara,
and treats her unfairly. The girl
leaves, goes to Paris and there
meets and weds tho Grand Duko's
son, but without the Duko's know
ledge. Tlio father visits the son,
finds tho girl, makes love to hor
aunt and is discovered b the Prince
who commits suicide.
"Tho Winning Stroke," a now
William Fox photoplay starring
George Walsh, should contain, ata
abundanco of excitement, for its
scones include tho famous Yale-
Harvard boat race, one of the great
est college events. Walsh, big,
handsome and athletic, Is the .nroko
of the Yale crew and the hero of a
story of college romance written by
Edward Sedgwick. For this picture
tho raco of this, year was Aimed
with tho monster trowds of cheering
students, graduate, and returned
milltar men, and the rivpr, gather
ing of launches, tugs and yachts
attendant on the historic contest.
"The Inning Strok'e" is announced
to open at the Liberty Theatre
FOOD SALE SATURDAY
KLAMATH FALLS MAN
Testimony Will Interest Kvciy
Kluniutli Falls Header
The value of local evidence is in
disputable. It is tho kind of evi
dence we accept as true because wo
know wo can prove It for ourselves.
There has been plonty of such ovl-
donco In the Klamath Falls papers
lately, and this straightforward tes
timony has established a confidence
in tho minds of Klamath Falls peo
ple that will not be easily shaken.
M. G. Wllkins says: "I am sub
ject to backacho at times and then
my kidneys aro moro or less irregu
lar in action. After taking Doan's
Kidnoy PIUs a few days, my kidneys
act proporly and my back fools as
strong as ever. I advise anyone
who is suiforing from backacho and
kidney dlsordors to give Doan's Kid
noy Pills a" trial, for I know thoy
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidnoy remedy
got Doan's Kidnoy PIUs the 3amo
that Mr. Wilkins had. Foster-Mil-
hxxrxi Co., Mfsra., Buffalo, N. Y.
The Episcopal Guild will hold a
cooked food Saturday at tho O. K.
Transfer office, tho proceeds going
to tho church building fund.
The Egyptians had many kinds of
bread. They not only baked It In
different shapes but made It of sev
eral sorts of flour and flavored it in
a groat variety of ways.
NOSE CLOGGED FROM
A COLD OR CATARRH
Apply Cream In Nostrils
Ope- Up Air Passages.
Ah! What relief! Your clogge.
nostrils open light up, tho air pw.
sages of your head are clear
and you can breathe freely. K
more hawking, snaffling, mucous '
discharge, headache, dryness
struggling for breathe at night, your
cold or catarrh Is gone.
Don't stay staffed np! Get .
small bottle of Ely's Cream Balm
from your druggist now. Apply &.
little of this fragrant, antiseptic
cream In, your nostrils, let it pene
trate through every air passage 'ot
the head; soothe and heal tho.
swollen, Inflamed mucous mem
brane, giving you instant reliefs
Ely's Cream Balm Is Just what
every cold and catarrh sufferer hasv.
been'' seeking. It's just splendid.
December 11, 12,
Try em. Herald Want Ads.
Getting the Fur Coat Out of the Moth Balls Should
Be a Reminder That Your Automobile Bat
tery Needs a Little Extra Attention
"Tho average motorist," said Judd Low, manager of the local
"Exide" Service Station, the other morning, "is a queor combina
tion of sound American common sense and unsound American easy
goingness. And what parts of his car he nover sees or hears a com
plnlnt from ho is prone to negloct. And that, of courso, is mainly
why the battery suffors It never complains. . '
"It does its work, right up to the point where It has nothing
more to givo, under tho most negligent and cruel theatment. But,
of course, by the time it has reached such a point it is in mighty
bad shape, and' building it up again is going to cost Mr. Careless
Motorist a penny that ho might very woll have saved himself,
"And all this In spite of the fact that we are continually writ
ing our customers talking to them, sending them folders and cir
culars on the subject ot gottlng better performance and longer
life from the battery and keeping down big repair bills by giving
it tho right kind of service at tho righttimo. Right now wo are
sending out a little foldor showing the Importance of g'fVlng the
battery proper storage when the car Is laid up for the Winter. It
has boon tho bad habit of many automobile owners at the approach
of cold weather to simply run the old bus, fully equipped, Into tho
garage and then lock the door till next Spring.
"Cortalnly so far as the battery Is concerned, this is a mighty
poor proceeding. Inside ot the battery, owing to its chemical nature,
a certain sort ot action and reaction is continually taking place, oven
whon It is idle. For this reason It demands cortain attention at
regular periods. This attention can best be given it whon it is
stored under such conditions and superintendence as only the bat
tery export can give It. Because of this, we advise our customers
to remove their batteries from their cars, sending them .to us to be
storod and cared tor in our storage department. The cost of Win
ter storago is small and there is assurance that nothing detrimental
can nnppen to the battery during Jack Frost's reign."
AUTO ELECTRIC SERVICE CO.
23 Main St Phone 22M