The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, December 05, 1919, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2

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    THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
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TRAVELING GOODS
Why Not A
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Trunk, Suit Case of Bag for Xmas?
Something that you need every day of
the year. See the new styles we have
just received.
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GOING DOWN-THIS IS A REAL SHOE SALE
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Exclusive on Belber Luggage
STOPS BUCHE
FEWMNUTES
Sob lumbago, pain, soreness, stiff
ness right ont with "St. Jacob's
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COPPERS SCARCE
IN LONDON MARTS
LONDON, Nov. 17. (By Mail).
Thb dearth of bronze coinage with
which London is now faced 1b at
tributable to the approach of Christ
mas when many articles that cost a
few cents are bought. Shopkeepers
with no banking account are in the
habit of hoarding the coppers until
after Christmas.
An official at the mint said that
they were pouring out more coins
Going down in price is the feature of this greatest shoe sale that
ever visited Klamath Falls a new stock arrives and they are im
mediately placed on the counter of shoe slaughter. To appreci
ate these wonderful values you must look over the line of goods
to satisfy yourself then we know after looking ihem ever you
will be convinced.
SEEING IS BELIEVING NOW COME AND SEE
We want the public to benefit by our sale. Shoes of the stand
ard makes, such as Crossett, Men'a JSase, liuckingham-Hecht and
several others have not nor will riot be bought any place for the
price you can get them in our store. Everyone is invited to pay
us a visit to prove to you these exceptional values we offer you.
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Shoe
Store
When your back Is sore and lame
or lumbago, sciatica or neuruitis has
7on stiffened up. don't suffer! Get
a small trial bottle of old, honest
"St Jacob's "Liniment" at any drug
tore, pour a little in your hand and
rub It right into the pain or ache, than ever before but that seems to
mud by the time you count fifty, make no, difference, for the damand
the soreness and lameness Is gone. i. ?onRtkntiv mwini
Don't stay crippled! This' Booth- ,B constantly, growing.
big, penetrating liniment takes the m
ache and pain right out and ends the FIND -BIG OPAIj
misery. It is magical, yet absolute-l
ly harmless and doesn't burn or dis
color the skin. UriNTENBAR, Australia, Oct. 30.
Nothing else stops lumbago, sd-jBy Mail). A black opal find here
aUca and lame back misery so 'haa created great excitement. Al
promptly and surely. It never dis- , " " , """"""1 "
appoints! ready 10 claims have been staked
'out.
There are 782 varieties of Arctic
flowers which have but two colors,
white and yellow.
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DON'T SAY "OVERALLS," SAY
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They will give you the service They are Union
Made and have a number of features over other
makes of overalls. 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.
K. Sugarman
"I ain't mad at nobody"
PHOENIX, Arizona, Dec. 4. He
clamatlon of more largo areas of
Lland Jn Arizona by means of Irrlga
tlon projects, becamo a strong prob
ability when the Mate land commis
sion, acting in conjunction with
offlcluls of the United States Re
clamation Service, decided on an in
vestigation and a final report on
salient facta concerning five irriga
tion projects. Three are In Jj'an
farlos, Sun Francisco river unci Rod
Rock river projects. Two others
are to bo reported liticr, tho com
mission announced. A $30,000 ap
propriation was made uvaildblo for
the investigation aud report.
Tho San Carlos dam sito is locat
ed on the Gila river, in Arizona, and
tho project contemplates the recla
mation of an estimated 100,000
acres, possibly more, chle'.'y in Plna!
county between the towns of Flor
ence and Casa Grande.
The Red Rock sito is located in
Now Mexico in a position command
ing irrigable lands in Arizona on
the mesa south of Franklin, Oreon
leo county.
Tho San Francisco dam site also
is In New Mexico, near Alma, and it
iu proposed for development db, an
auxiliary to the Sun Carlos project.
Tho state's part In theso enter
prises Is ono of co-operation with
the United States Reclamation
Service.
NOTICI3
Tho Ladles of tho Catholic Church
will hold their annual Fair Doc. 11,
12. 22-tt
Demorcst, Dentist, over Sugar
innn'H Store, 6th and Muln. 2-tf
K8TRAY
Camo to my placo about 2 weckr
ago, a black nnd wblto gelding wit e
strip on face. No brand noticeable.
Owner can huvo sarao by paying lew
bill nnd for tlilH nd. Jay Manning, K.
F. D. No. 1, Klamath Falls. 3-31
Beet yot. Hornld Want Ada.
BRISTOL, Eng., Oct. 29. (By
Mail). Thomas Maynard, said to bo
tho first man married without know
ing it, was summoned to court here
by his wife, his socond wife, charged
with dosertlon. Mrs. Maynard told
tho court her husband had previ
ously been convicted on a charge of
bigamy.
Maynard explained that a wound
rocolved at the front in Franco
tho bruin. He' uLso suffered from
shell-shock ho declared. When con
valescing In a hospital at Bristol,
Maynard told tho court, a girl took
him out oi)o day for two 'hours and
married him.
"You wore marrlod without your
knowledgo?" askod tho judgo.
"Yes, and whon I -was. tried tho
court said ho had 'never heard of a
more romarkablo caso," was tho an
swer. "I was Immediately roleasod
uftcr sentence" I
Maynard Was ordered to maintain
his wlfo.
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MAIN CANAL F1NIHHHI)
Galo & Campbell, contractors, aro
about ready to break camp and post
pone tho completion of tho Enter
prise irrigation canal system until
spring. Two miles of tho ditch, or
about half tho main citnul, have been
finished.
Getting the Fur Coat Out of the Moth Balls Should
Be a Reminder That Your Automobile Bat-
tery Needs a Little Extra Attention
"The average motorist," said Judd Low. niannsorof tho local
"Exldo" Service Station, the other morning, "Is VCarlcni easy
tlon of sound American common soiiho and unsound American
goingnoss. And what partH of his car ho never hoch o , ,y
plaint from ho Is prone to nogloct. And that, of course, la mam (
why tho battery suffers It novor complains. nothing !'
"It does its work,, right up to tho point where ,11 ',,; ;:
more to glvo, under the most negligent und cruel then ""'"" , hty ,,
of course, by tho time It has reached bucIi a point , It ' 1BCar0B,e9s
una snapo, anu uuuqing u up uguui " " " i,imscif.
Motorist a penny that ho might very well have suvod Winso i.
-Anu uii tnis in Bpno oi mo im-u muv "" r . fniiinrn nnd cir- ,.
lng our customers talking to thorn, Bonding thorn ro utre ( ,
culars on the subject of gottlng bottor porioru .. - ,V,DB . .
life from ,tho. buttery and keeping down big roy" r,t"0w Wo aro ,.
it tho right kind of sorvlco nt tho rlghttlmo. , n,"l, ,vlnB the ,h
i..o, n.nn. ., i. u, ,, nnr in laid un for tho Winter' .
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out n llttlo foldor showing ino '"i"' "-"- winter. "
nronor Btoraco whon tho cur Is laid up for t no w"
has been tho bad habit of many automobile pt noraai i tlu) , ,
I has been tho bad habit of many automobile ownors ui i r. hj ,
X bf cold weather to simply run tho old bus, fully oqulpptu. ..
P irnrniro nnil tlmn lock tho door till noxt Spring. . . . .. ,ffhty o
"Certainly bo fur as tho battery Ib concerned, t is i tur6f , ,
poor proceeding. Inside of tho battery, owing t"H" ,V,1 ,,ttco, oven ,,
a eortnln nrt of neflon anil reaction Is continually taking P' ,' n i ,,
A whon it Is idle. For this reason It domnnds cortain .' ., ,9 ..
regular periods. This attention can host bo glvon n m b(lt. ,,
;: Hiorou unuor jjucu conuiuonii.iiuu BupoiimuMu-- - customer
o tory export can glvo It. Bockuso of this, woad' , be ;;
to romovo their battorlos from their cars, Bonding tnc .'j of vVjn. ,,
;; stored and cared for in our Btorngo dopartmont. . '" detrimental ;;
mr Biurugu jb bdiuii una luore in lumuiuin." - , ,
can nnppon to tho battery during Jack Frost a roign.
AUTO ELECTRIC SERVICE CO.
23 Main St Phone 22M
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