The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, December 11, 1919, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3

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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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HOLIDAY SALE
THE JOYFUL BELLS RING OUT
COLLARS
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What we all need is Earl
and Wilson, he Arrow
Brand and the Silver Brand.
Our prices during this sale
are
2 for 25c
This is a Real Sale
To take advantake of this sale you -must se
lect your goods at once, as we are selling out
fast in many things. DON'T DELAY, BUT
BUY TODAY is a good motto for the Christmas
shopper.
The place where Women may come
to buy gifts for the Man's Christmas.
UNDERWEAR
Extra heavy Hygienic wool
fleeced Shirts and Drawers
that formerly were $1.50,
we put on during this sale
at.
95 Cents
FOR MEN
Suits that
SiiIIh ttmt
Suits that
Hulls that
Suits time
SultH that
Suits that
Overcoats
OvorcoatH
Ovorcoiitn
OvorcoatH
OvorcoatH
OvorcoatH
woro
woro
woro
woro
worn
woro
woro
that woro
that woro
that woro
that woro
that woro
Unit woro
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45,
45,
37,
3D,
30.
25,
00, now 9210.85
00, now ... :io.85
,00, now .'I2.H5
DO, now 20.H.1
00, now 27.83
00, now 22.H3
00, now 10.8S
$50.00, now....5:i.85
45.00, now.... ilO.8.1
40.00, now.... H2.H3
35.00, now.... 27.85
30.00, now.... 22.85
2G.00, HOW.... 10.85
EXTRA MEN'S PANTS
Panto $8.50 valuo. Salo prlco ,
1'antB 7. GO value. Halo prlco
Pants 0.G0 volno. Salo prlco ,
Pants G.G0 vnluo. Halo prlco
I'nntH G.00 valuo. Halo prlco
,.?0.05
. 5.05
. 1.05
. :m5
. ii.U5
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- MEN'S HATS
Thp market prlco In tulvnnclng dally,
hut Btlll wo nro offering Mon'H Huts at
a hargaln, bo liny at thoBO prlcoHp-
$7.00 Hats. Salo prlco $5.85
$G.OO HatH. Salo prlco $4.85
$5.00 HatH. Sulo prlco ... 9:1.85
$4. GO .Hutu. Halo prlco 9.1.45
$4.00 HatH. Salo prlco :i.S15
$3. GO HutH. Salo prlco 92.05
$3.00 HatH, Salo prlco 92.45
"vjfc.
J7 nils
Tho vital question of today Is: Where
can I buy for loss and get quality? That
Is answered In only three words CEN
TRAL OUTFITTING CO. That Is tho
place to save money and got tho values.
Accopt tho groat salo that Is now going on
and patronize our store before it is too
late. Opportunities In clothing for men
and boys that rcr.y not como -again.
FOR BOYS
Suits that wero $i5.00, now. 911.85
Suits that were 12.50, now 0.85
Suits that wero 10.00, now 0.85
Overcoats that were $20.00, now 913.85
Overcoats that were 18.00, now 11.85
Overcoats that woro ' 15.00, now.... 0.85
MACKINAWS.AND PANTS
Karsky-Abraham all wool- Macklnaws for
men and Boys at greatly reduced prices.
For Men, $18.00 value. Sale price 14.85
For Mon, 15.00 values. Sale price 11.85
For Men, 12. GO values. Salo prlco 0.85
For Boys, 12.60 values. Salo price 0.85
For Boys, 10.00 values. Sale price 7.85
SPECIAL IN GLOVES
CANVAS GLOVES 100 dozen in stock;
- 20c values at 12 c pair.
DRESS GLOVES We have the largest
assortment in this city. Como and look
them over. Everything in the glove line
at prices that you will sit up and take no
tice. PRICES 20 PER CENT BELOW
WHOLESALE COST TODAY.
Uncle Eam's WORK SOX A grado we aro
proud of; 25c value. Sale price 18c.
GARTERS far below wholesale cost 35c
value. Salo price i27c; and 25c value,
salo price 19c.
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'THE STORE OF SERVICE"
ENTRAL OUTFITTING C
Klamath Falls, Oregon
0.
Corner Ninth and Main Sts.
COME IN TODAY TOMORROW MAY BE TOO LATE
AT THE THEATERS
"Tho choator cheated" is tho
basic idea of Halo Hamilton's new
est picture, "That's Good," which
will bo soon nt tho Liberty Thoatro
f tonight. Motro's nowost star Is
c(iut In a rolo that fits him llko tho
Provorblal glovo. Ho plays Marcol
lua Starr, a small town merchant
who Is booked to bo tnkon ovor by n
gang of wlro-tappors who uso a
beautiful girl as tholr luro.
JlarcolliiB Is qulot and oasy going.
"That's good." ho says to most
everything. But ho proves In tho
end that tho swindlers shot far of
their mark when thoy picked him
for a dub.
"That's Good" is a scroon version
of ono of 'Tho Phoonlx" storjos by
Richard .Washburn Child which ran
In tho Saturday Evonlng Post.
Ever soo n ilosort sandstorm?
No? Woll by nil moans soo Sollg's
spectacular spoclnl, "Tho Gardon of
Allah," at tho Liberty Thoatro, on
Friday when a realistic Sahara sand
storm will bo presented. Wo oo tho
flying clouds, ,tho day darken, then
tho eddies of wind continually
Enthorlnir In fnren until a vortldblo
hurrlcano rosults. In tho rain of
sand, tho mnn and tho woman
Journoy forth to moot tholr fate.
Helen Waro, tho famous emotional
nctrcBS, Is glvon many opportunities,
for slncoro and appealing work.
Othor oxtiltlng situations in "Tho
Garden of Allah," a film version of
Robert HIckons' novel of the same
name, Is tho attack on tho desert
caravan, tho chargo of tho Bedouins,
tho foroenst of tho Sand Dlvlnor,
tho mooting of tho lovers, and the
sucesalon of passlonnto lovo sconos
that then onsuo. William N. Sollg,
who is responsible for tho foaturo
film succossos, "Tho Spoilers," "Tho
No'or-Do-Woll," "Tho Crisis," "Tho
Rosary," otc, spent a fortune in pro
ducing ''Tho Gnrden of Allah."
In hor how Goldwyn Plcturo with
tho lntorostlng tltlo of "Spotlight
Sadlo," Mno Marsh oomos to tho
Star Thoatro, beginning tonight, and
tho star promises to give an uncom
monly good account of herself. Sho
is Sadio Sullivan, a timid newcomer
in tho chorus of a Broadway musi
cal comedy with tho nvowod inten
tion not marrying a millionaire and
being happy ovor afterward. Sho
moots him and thoy lovo onch othor,
but their happiness Is of Bhort dura
tion becauso of tho Jealousy of an
other girl.
Sndios sweetness and innoconco
aro made capital of by tho management-
of tho show, with tho result
that she is heralded far and wide as
"tho saintly showgirl." Stories are
told of hor fondness for, reading a
prayer book whllo waiting for her
cue and when tho young fellow
learns that this Is true he is con
vinced of her high character
in time ho is made to know mut
it is part of tho rolo Sadie unknow;
Ingly plays. When ho sees hor at a
notorious cafo, where she has gone
in responso to a fnlso message from
a friend, his worst suspicious are
roalUed- A powerful climax is
worked up from this point, In which
Mao Mash displays all her whimsi
cal appeal and unique dramatic
power
WANTED
Men with teams and sleds,, or
wagons to haul lumber from Round
Lake. Good wages. Steady" work.
Apply Big Lakes Box Co. G-Gt ,
Best yet. Herald Want Ads.
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December 11, 12,' '
We are offering for the Holiday
Trade the Finest and Most
Exclusive Line of
XMAS
CARDS
Novelties and Fane' Stationery
ever shown In Klamaln Falls.
PIONEER PRINTING & STATIONERY COMPANY.
126 Main St. -.126 Mai nSt.
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Christmas in
the Barnyard
Br MARY ORAHAM BONMBK
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"You May Be Eat.
en, Mr. Turkey."
(Copfrnot, UU. 7 Wjni Nwiptpr Colon)
HRISTMAS Is coming,"
crowed Mr. Rooster.
"Christmas Is com
ing," gobbled Mr. Tur
key. "Don't be too hnppy
about It, for you may
bo eaten, Mr, Turkey,"
said Miss Hen.
And then she clucked.
"Christmas is coming."
"Gobble, gobble, gob
ble," said Mr. Turkey; "you needn't
be so sore that you won't be eaten
yourself."
"Well, It's the best time of the year
to be eaten. It's an honor."
"That'e what I've always said," gob
bled Mr. Turkey. "Please, Miss Hen,
try to be original."
"I may try to be many things,"
clucked Miss Hen, "but It Is Impos
sible for me to try to be original."
"Why?" asked Mr. Turkey, who was
much puzzled.
"Because I don't know what It Is to
be original. I don't know what the
word means. How can I be something
If I don't even know what that some
thing Is? I can't try to be a thing, I
don't know anything about."
"You could ask what It means,
couldn't you?" Inquired Mr. Turkey.
"Are you too
proud for that?"
"Not too
proud," said -Miss
Hen, "but I don't
ask favors. I like
to have them
banded to me
without the ask
ing. It makes me
appear so supe
rior." "Absurd," said
Mr. Turkey.
"Well, If you
think so then,"
said Miss Hen, "I
suppose I will
have to swallow my pride or my su
periority and be friendly at this time
of the vear. Yes. I will nctimllv ask
you. What does It mean to be origi-1
nal?"
"I will tell you." said Mr. Turkey,
"but first of all let me say that you
cannot swallow your pride nor your
superiority. Those are 'not things to
eat.
"You may rise above your prld, but
It Is Impossible to swallow It."
'"Now, Mr. Turkey, I may be only a
poor hen, but I know a few things. It's
a saying and a perfectly good saying
when I speak of swallowing my pride.
Everyone knows no one means to
chew It and swallow It actually. Be
sides, as far as that Is concerned, I
might say to you that it was not cor
Vect to talk about rising above your
pride as though pride were the ground
and one took a trip in an airplane
above It."
"Let us not quarrel," said Mr. Tur
key,;,"for' the joyous Christmas season
Is fast, approaching'
"Yes," muttteredMlss' Hen, I "and 1
was fast approaching victory In that
argument." "
Mr. Turkey pretended he hadn't
heard..
"Oh, by the way," he said, after a
moment's pause, "you wanted me, to
tell you what It meant to be original."
"Yes," clucked Miss Hen, while a
smile passed over her hen face.
VWell," continued Mr. Turkey,
"when"a creature Is original and says
original things It means he Is saying
things he has thought up himself and
hasn't copied from someone else. A
person who has
original Ideas all
his own. A crea
ture who says
original things,
says things no
other creature
says."
"You copied
me when you
said It was an
honor to be eaten
at Christmas.
That was what I
have always
"Everyone Should said."
Give Me Pres- "Don't be so
ents" fussy, Mr. Gob
bler," said Miss Hen; "we can't nil bo
original,' as you call It ' Besides words
are words and we all have to use the
same ones to be understood, so what
difference, does It mako how we put
them together?"
Mr. Turkey walked proudly about, as
though some creatures really hadn't
enough brains to bother talking to, but
soon a great noise was heard.
The pigs were all squealing and
grunting.
"It Is the time of theyear when ev
eryone should give me presents,"
squealed Pinky Pig. ,
"Everyone should give mo presents.
That Is what Christmas means," said
Porky" Pig.
"They should all give them to me,"
said Brother Bacon, "or you pigs don't
know the spirit, of Christinas giving."
"You don't know ft yourself," said
Miss Ham. "Christmas Is coming. I'm
all ready for presents."
But the ottier animals sighed and
shook their heads.
"Pigs don't even forget they are pigs
during the Christmas season I"
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4 Our supply of Blocks
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-"
eriea.
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 right change
ready, otherwise driv
ers are instructed not to
leave the fuel.
0; Peyton
"WOOD TO BURN"
702 Main St Phone 187
"OUCH! THAT OLD
RHEUMATISM!".
Just get out that bottle of
Sloan's Liniment and V
"knock it galley-west" ,
WEREN'T prepared for that
quick switch in temperature,
were you? Left you stiff, sore,
full of rheumatic twinges? .
You should have had, a bottle of
Sloan's Liniment handy that would
havesoon eased up the muscles, quieted
the jumpyr painful, affected part
penetrale.1 without rubbing, .bringing
gratifying relief. i
Helpful in all attacks of lumbago,
sciatica, external -'soreness, stiffness
strains, aches, sprains. Get a bottle
at your druggists. 35c, 70c.. $1.40.
Klamath, Lodge No. 137
I. 6. O. F.
Meets Friday night of each week at
Z. O. O. F. hall,. Eth and Main street
P. J.Gerges , N. G.j Fred Bremer
Secretary; P. L. Fountain-Treasurer
Ewauna Encampment' Mo. 46, L O
O. F., meets .Tuesday night of eack
week at I. O. O. F. hall. Arlie Wor
rel, C. P.; Nate Otterbeln, Scribe J
P. L.. Fountain Treasurer.
TOO
LATE
Death only a matter of short timtv
Don't wait until pains and achea.
become incurable diseases. Avoid
painful consequences by taking.
GOLD MEDAL
WHEHniBI
The world's standard remedy for kidney
liver, bladder and uric acid troubjoa th,
National Remedy of Holland since 1695.
Guaranteed. Three sizes, all druggists.
Vook for the nunc Cold Medal on eiery has.
and accept no imitation
, F.STKA'ED CATTLE
One black bald face yearling
heifer and one 2 year old red heif
er strayed fom my place. Connect
ed J. K. brand.. Crop off each ear
apd split in each ear. Notify Joe
Koesol, Daly, Ore. 10-3t
WAXTED
Men with teams and sleds, or
wagons to haul lumber from Round
Lake. Good wages. Steady work.
Apply Big Lakes Box Co. 6-6t
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'Whitens
like
peroxide1
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Peredixo
Toothpaste
Sold only where AD5
good ore dif played
UtyeTube 25$
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