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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 16, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Filled By An Expert
Made By Our Expert
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REAL STANDARD '
Klamath's Greatest Toytown. What a won
derful place it is! What child, what grown-up
could imagine anything bigger or finer than this
enchanting world of toys, dolls and games? Toy
town is always at its best near the holiaays, as
we have .everything that makes it so. To en
courage the laying away of Christmas toys now,
so as to relieve the congestion later on, we ask
you to shop early.
SILK ENVELOPE CHEMISE SPECIALLY
Heautlfut Silk Knvolopo Chomlse In styles with' hem
stitched top and shoulder bodice effects, add with hem
stitched bottom. All sizes, In whlto and flesh colors.
Kxtromoly beautiful ''Silk, Vests made from oxtra heavy
tricot glove silk In stylorf; wlt,h (iKored top-bodice effect, with
homtUchod band and shbuldor straps. All sizes, In white and
flesh coloni. ',
Silk nioomorH of flno Quality glove silk with elastic knee
and top reinforced. Exceptionally "well mado garmentM, In all
sizes, In whlto and flosh colors,
Kxcollent qualltyof crepe do china nnd georgotto crepe,
tnllorcd and daintily trimmed with heary laces and hand em
broidered. Those are nicely Interwoven with beautiful rib
bons. BOUDOIR GIFTS
An cxtonslvo showing of the late designs in Doudolr
Caps that ploaso the particular lady. Trimmed In lace and
ribbon novelties. Will uppeul to the women. Colors In imlo
bluo, whlto und flcah.
DAINTY SILK NIGHT GOWNS
We have an unsurpassed offering In Night Gowns. Made
of crepe tie chlno'iiml georgotto crepe, with nicely trimmed
bodice nnd hemstitched. Thuso nro very appropriate for HER.
A PLEASING HOLIDAY GIFT
What In more, pleasing than ji serviceable and stylish Skirt made In the .latest
of materials and designed to suit the critical woman or the stylish miss? Wehave
Just this class of nifty skirts that appeal to, the feminine heart. These are in-plaids
of all descriptions and in plain and solid coLors. All sizes. Mado from Taffeta. Pop
lin. Wool. Silk and Satin. -10.85. 7JJ3. S7.ao:'S11.8. 112.00. 118.50. 116.33. S18.00.
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Womea'i'anjCMildren's. In all $f$teZ:m prices.
Pi J' '' DISHES FOR TriE HjbME-i !',V ; ;
.In giving gifts, select something fpr the home, in, this; (lie we find ourdlsh"es
and In 'taper s pattern?, JCut Glass and Candle Sticks, are yerjr appropriate. Pyrex
brand Casseroles complete; also Pyret PJe Plates, and 'Custard Cups.
. IN THIS ,GREAT STORE YHJ. WILL .FIiND EFFICIENT
HELPTOWAITXjPON YOU." EVERYONE; IS THOROUGH
LY EXPERIENCED IN HIS OR HER LINE, RAVING SERVED
IN THEIftJNDJVJDUAL DEPARTMENTS EORMANY YEARS.
ACHILD;CAN SHOP SAFELY ATI THIS ISTdRE..
KHVGLOVESJ , a . .
., They make a splendidgift for the man. We also have a
large variety of Boys' Gloves. .- t- ,
We handle a complete line of Work, Gauntlet, Lined and
Driving Oloves, r -' ,
SWEATERS . , , ...
. In all the latest styles, and In Army, Coat and Jersey for
Men and Boys. Solid colors and fancy stripes. From 81.00 to
. . BELTS
All leather, in brownbladcand tan., 75c up.
.The classiest assortment of Ties -In town, in the niftiest
patterns of the season's latest We have any number of .them
and the prices range from 75c up.
'WE BUY AND 'SELL FOR, CASH: THAT'S WHY WE SELL FOR LESS'
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411-413-415 MAIN STREET
KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
With the Xmas
These are what the little girl has been wait
ing for you to give "her as a Christmas present
and we have just received them. These come in
the same materials and makes as those of the
regular baby carriages. Such gifts as these will
iwa.rm tKefyhearts. kari4 give them .more- pleasure
thaniUsppible.to. imagine. See these at once
as they ae selling, ye'ry rapidly.
MUNSING" UNDEkWEAR FOR MEN AND
tfc m.ivr .; ;"ti 'BOYS
i Union. SulU in cotton and "wool, from 88.00 to 81.00.
v Haines,'.. 2-plece Suits in cottony 82-00: sait.f - '" ,
- J GUstenbury wool in light, medium and heavy. The suit
" ' r REEFERS' .j .:
The newest in the newest designs, ,81-08 up.
Short trips, 50c passen
ger; Pelican Bay or Shyp
pington, $1.50 for either 1
or 3 passengers.
Rex Cafe. Phone 77
XMAS SEAL MONEY
TO BE SPENT LOCALLY
I boon Inaugurated this year ns part or
I the machinery of' distribution set In
motion by the National Tuberculosis
I Association und Its 1,000 State and lo
,leul organizations In disposing of more
than 050,000,000 Itcd Cross Christmas
' Seals during the ten day sale which
I -began on December L.
The significance of the slogan lies lu
I the fuct Uut whether the letter Is
i mailed In Los Angeles or lloston, In
, Chicago or III Galveston It Mill ImliN
true. "This community" ll'i'iully
means the place where the sen I l
holighl and used. To be exact. Ill 7
per n'lit of llie funds rulsed Is dctnted
to luciil nntl-ttiheiLiilosla uttlvltles in
the state. Of the remaining S.ll per
cent a portion goes to the Hod Cross.
91.7 Per Cent, of All funds Rais
ed in Any State Remain There
to Carry Out the Local
NATIONAL FUND IS SMALL.
WILSON ENDORSES STAMP SALE.
President Wishes "The Very Best Sue
cess" for the 1919 Red Cross Xmas
National Tuberculosis Association and
American Red Cross Share Re
maining 8.3 Per Cent.
f'Tor tho Health of This Com
munity." Such Is the slogan
uppearlng on tho Hop of enve
lopes on which tho Ited Cros
Clnlstmas Seal is printed. Tho Issue
of such envelopes In order to save tho
trouble of afllxlng gummed seals to
letters sent out In quantity by large
CgrnoraMniiB nnd biHiiess houses, bas
President Wilson, In a letter
to Dr. Charles J. Uut
Held, Managing Director of
the National Tuberculosis
Association, expresses keen Interest In
tho work of the association and wishes
success to the 1911) Ited Cross Christ
mas Seal sale. More Uion 030.000,000
seals must bo Fold during tho ten day
drlvo which began ou December 1, to
ass'uro a ono hundred per cent, appli
cation of tho Association's 1020 educa
tional and preventive cnmpulgu. The
President's letter follews:
"Allow mo to exjness again my deep
Interest In the work or tno National
TubuiculoslH Association. I am very
much Interested to learn of the efforts
of tho Association to raise tho sum
of six and one-half million dollars that
tho state budgets may he Unaneed for
tho coining jeur, and writo to wish the
very best success of tho effort."
We are offering for the Holiday
Trade the Finest and Most
Exclusive Line ot
Novelties and Fancy Stationery
ever eliou n In Klamath Falls.
'PIONEER PRINTING & STATIONERY COMPANY
126 Main St. c 126 Mai nSt.
The Reverends S. J. Chaney,
C. F. Trimble qnd E. P. Lawrence,
delegates from Klamath county io
the Oregon state conference of the
Intorchurch, World Movement at
Portland lasfweek, have returned
with definite Information regarding
tho movement, which represents the
co-operativo efforts of about 80
Tho Portland conference was one
o( a hundred being hold throughout
the United States. Thero were 250
delegates In attendance. Tho meet
ing was presided over by the Rev.
Raymond C. Brooks, pastor of tho
First Congregational church ot
Borkoloy, Cal. Other speakers and
leaders were: Dr. Edward Ilncoln
Smith, corresponding secretary cf
tho American board of commis
sioners for foreign missions; Dr.
Druce B. Corbin of. Now York, a
leader of tljo Methodist centenary;
Miss Anna A. Milllgan, educational
secretary of the United Presbyterian
church board of foreign missions;
Bnrclay Acheson, associate general
secretary of the Now Era movement
of tho Presbyterian church; 13, Guy
Talbott of Pasadena, Cal., interstate
Hold secretary for the Pacific Coast,
and Dr. Koontz of tho Ifew Era
movotnent of tho Presbyterian
Specific plans for tho development
of tho spiritual resources of tho
churches included the emphasis of
tho prayer life in family groups. By
moans of dally prayer In nil fami
lies, one speaker said, divorce courts
will be put out of business. The
plan to usher iln tho New Year with
prayer in familygroups nnd in the
watch-night services at churches was
outlined. Tho week of prayer from
January 4 to 11 was stressed and the
united 'continuous evangelistic cam
paign to culminate with a big in
gathering of members on Easter Sun
day was said to promlso groat re
turns. In this evangelistic campaign
the local church is to be used as the
unit for the campaign. All the
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Tuberculosis Kills 150,000 AMERICANS every
And yet, Tuberculosis is Preventable and
The National Tuberculosis Association is con
ducting a sale of Red Cross Christmas Seals, begin
ning December 1.
The proceeds of this sale will be used to combat
Humanity's most deadly enemy The White Plague
in every community in the United States.
Approximately 92 per cent of the money raised
in your state will be spent there.
This Campaign to save AMERICAN lives will
succeed if you do your part.
Get in touch with your state or local Tubercu
Buy Red Cross Christmas Seals, or Health
Don't wait for the Seals to come to you.
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' ANYWHERE IN THE CIXT
v' QUICK SERVICE
Klamath Lodge No. 137
I. O. O. F.
Meets Friday night of each week &,
I. O. O. F. hall, 6th and Main street.
P. J.Gerges , N. Q.; Fred Bremar
Secretary; P. L. Fountain Treasurer
Ewauna Encampment No. 48, I. O
O. F., meets Tuesday night of eack.
week at I. O. O. F. hall. Arlle Wor
rel, C. P.; Nate Otterheln, Scribe i
P. L. Fountain Treasurer,
W have a flOO.OO American
phonograph; we will be glad to dis
poses of it for $50.00. We took this,
in on a trade for a new Brunswick.
Cash or terms. Winters, 706 Main
Phone 149-W. 13-lt
campaigns are to be supported by a
barrage of publicity in the news col
umns and the paid advertising pages
of tho newspapers.
ELKS WILL BUILD
SACRAMENTO, Cal., Dec. 16.
The Sacramento lodge ot Elks has
decided to sell Its .present property
and to erect a new building at a
cost of several hundred thousand
SACRAMENTO O. OF C.
TO BUILD 1000 HOMES
SACRAMENTO, Cal., Doc. 16.
"One thousand new homos fcr Sac
ramento In '1920" is the slogan of
the Sacramento Chamber of Com
merce. In order to reach Its goal,
steps are now being taken toward
the organization of a building cor
poration under the auspices of tho
Chamber of Commerce to finance 'the
building of 500 houees. Local con
tractors and real estate men say they
will put up an additional 500.
SACRAMNTO, Cal., Dec. 16.
Libby, McNeill & Llbby are to locate
another large cannery In the Sacra
mento valley. It will be a $335,000
structure on a 13-acre site In Grid-ley.
Shasta Sand Used