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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
USE FOR LUMINOUS PAINT
Have You a Man
Who Will Be Looking For
If you have, buy his gift in a store where men go to buy their
own things; then you'll be pretty certain to please liim with your
These are somo of tho things that this man's storo has tor raon, man? hating
Just recently arrived. x f
NECKWEAR, in the newest and latest patterns in pleasing
SILK SHIRTS in very pretty patterns, that will appeal to the
man. : "
PAJAMAS, made of pure silk in dainty colors; all sizes.
SILK HOSE; this is something that is always appreciated by
HATS; the famous Mallory make in the newest shades and
GIVE HIM A CERTIFICATE GOOD FOR ANY? ARTICLE
IN THE STORE.
K. Sugar man
"I AIN'T MAD AT NOBODY"
Store Opens Week Iajs at 8:30 a. m.; Closes Week Da at 0 p. m.
Store Opens Saturd.is at 8:30 a. m.; closes Saturdays at 0:00 p. m.
Material round Almost Invaluablo In
War Might Also Da Well Em
ployed In Peace.
Hero In it wartime application of
lumlnoin paint tluil should hit uiotui
In summer camp, on tho hikes of hoy
scout, In poueotlmo inuiiouvori nf
clllscn soldier, In marking tho land
ing places of aircraft, otc.
Tho Hrltlah nnny had disks or but
tons two or throe Inches In dlnmotor,
coated with luminous paint and having
a sharp splko otvtlio undor side. Thi's
weiu Mtuck upon Uio sldos of trenches,
building, fence, etc., or wore awimg
by hand to glv signals In tho well-
Ituuwn codo whero bright llgtils won
dangerous or where sllenco was
Tho luminous illaka woro vlatbla
from 30 to tW feet, ao they formed val
uable luudumrk. Luminous ribbon
also waa used for marking trails
through the woods, and lumlnoua
patches wero attached to tho backa ot
stretcher bearers to pruvehl them from
being Bred upon by their own troops.
The SvlimtlUc American NUggosUi
that th uatfcm and numbers of city
streets might well be marked with this
luminous palut. ".
The rkanoylla aVnilo.
One of th,glfts thai L'rosldent Wit
eon recelired In Italy was a silver
model of the statue known as the Ifan'
tlulla d'Analo, presented to him by'Uie
Boraan municipality. The original la
Greek statue, discovered not loaf
ago at the villa of Nero, In the seaport,
towa of Anal?, near Rome, and pur
chased by the Italian government for,
450.000 lire. Admirers of art and stu
dents of archeology had traveled from
all over Kurope to see It, and the
youthful draped figure, carrying a plat
ter from which' the object It long ago
held had beeri broken, was named the
llald of Analo. Then somebody noticed
that the long robo was lifted a little,
as If to avoid tripping over It, that
the bleeps muscle of the bare ami was
I more boyish than girlish, aud so on.
until modern JuilKtuoiit has decided
that the tltld FancluU d'Analo Is a
misnomer, und that tho unknown
sculptor wan really modeling tho figure
of n hundsome youth performing Home
service In tin undent temple.
rrt CAir M! ii i .. " "as-T
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
f David Starr Jordan says:
'There Is nothing In all
the world so Important ns
little children; nothing to
Interesting. If you wish to go In
for philanthropy, If eer you wish
to he of any uo In the world, do
something for little children. If
"ever you j earn to be truly wise,
ttudy children. We can dress the
sore, bandage the wound, imprison
the criminal, heal the sick and
bury the dead, but there is always
a chance that we can save the
child. If the great nnny of phi
lanthropists ever exterminate sin
and pestilence, eer work out the
race's sahn'Ion, It will be because
a little cli.nl has led them."
ItED CItOSS CHKISTMAS
SEALS SAVf: Tin: LIVES OF
AMERICAN CHILDHEN Buy
them to-day. .
HONOLULU, Nov. 21. (Dy Mall)
Three thousand Koreans, men, worn,
en and children, were arrested by
the Japanese in Korea, between
October 1 and 15 last, according to
advices received by Y. W. Soung,
editor of the Korean National Her
ald, published here.
In the Japanese army and police
force occupying Korea there are
100,000 men, according to Scung'3
MEXICO CITY Dec. 12 -Tho ill
rector of tho Central Observnory
hero states that he has se'en tho now
comet recently discovered by tho
Jtinnesa itMronomor Sasnkk nn 1
that it Is clearly visible eory night
after seven o'clock. This la the tilth
n-w comet reported durlrg the pan
TO TUNNEL CHANNEL.
Among the Hindoos marriage Is
arranged entirely by the parents.
Courtship is literally uaknown, nndt
tho persons who are unlte'd in wed-,
lock remain perfect strangers to,
each other until their nuptial day
Everything Is settled to suit the fan
cles or caprices of the parents.
LONDON Nov. 28. (Dy Mall)
Political objections to tho tunnel
under the English channel have
been removed. Final decision as to
the commencement of tho work now
rests with the Wnr offico.
This was ascertained by a prlvato
deputation which visited the I'rlmo
They Win You On Quality!
Your enjoyment of Camels will be very great
because their refreshing: flavor and fragrance
TsoUiWui and mellowness is so enticingly different. You
never tasted such a cigarette ! Bite is elimi
nated and there ,is a cheerful absence of any
unpleasant cigaretty after-taste or any un-
J pleasant cigaretty odorl
Camels are made of an expert blend of choice
Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos and are
smooth and mild, but have that desirable full
body and certainly hand out satisfaction in '
generous measure. You will prefer this Camel
blend to either kind of tobacco smoked straight!
Give Camels the stiffest tryout, then
f"Wr "s. compare them with any cigarette in
V the world at any price for quality,
navor, sausiacuon. Jtvo manor
how liberally you smoke
Camels they will not tire
your taste 1
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.
Winston-Salem, N. C
KOI I HALl-0ttt dining room buf.
fol hi Kood condition, I'lionu
:t30-M or call 1011) .loffoninii Ht,
roil HALE 1) thormiKhliro.l leg.
iHtorcu Kiiotio ihiiiiui run laying
hona ami ono ronator.
FOIl SALE Ono qunrlur homo
powor motor, ono throe hurao
powor motor, ono 00 gallon hot
wntor tank liiqulro Now City
Laundry ' 1 1-iOt
FOH HALE Cltoap for rush. ' A
two-pleco, dry wall Aoncroto
block mnchlno; good ns now; uaud
only ono season. Could not bo
bought today 'for MGOO. Will soil
nt n bargain na owner la In othor
line of buslnos and cannot give It
hla attention. Splendid opening
hero for this bualnnaa na thoro la a
big demand for blocks and concrete
bricks. Machlno la, In the city and
ean bo soon at nny time. -Don't
answor unloaa you have the caah.
Address Hox 1, Herald Ofllco. 1-tf
' FOR RENT OR LEASE
ton KENT Furnished room. In
quire of F. Soule, Herald Ofllco
or at 128 Second St., after 5:30
P. m. ictf
FOH KENT Itoonui. use or baXi
and phone. 840 Walnut, cor of
lh. ... . lttf
WANTED Three newsboys at tho
Herald OOlco. lLtf
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Fox torrlor puppy four
moutliK old 131 High Street or
I'htlnu i6G. 1G-31
Hurk-H of mnrerii Bd I ",lca Club
'iir onlur . V, lo c kii.
' 0 Kylilng. """" JB
Huroty bonda wmtn .
cote Hmltn. ,0 ".
PHONE ll!V'rnw .
- "'"jor wood, ijj
IF YOU WANT BTirnvxi ..
B cii ibo Ki.Bra?iJJ,ap.
School-phono 350. 0lrtafJJ,iStt
foplng .and flllng- l.Vi Vrp,,,
toujework, rl?"or Si,T?1
tioyl for clorklc a Xan, r ,lr, ft
'en to, hi. aervlcV briKiiSJ;
authorlU.. and an iMj
to ihos. requlhDf lb6lr ,mku
and :cXn, lU'l&ftfi
HAY r KOWKIW ATrK.Vrtnt
The Hay Production and Market.
Ing Committee f ti,0 Vim n l
ilealrea to h.ire a t of ah hay
inrii.'",V.ino1 ,n,.ir thnn DeceBb
20th. Pleaao notify ntiy of th fy.
lowing, committee or tin Countr
Agricultural AKent, Harry Telford
Cliiilrman; Hubert Choyno, C. M
Klrkptttrlck or M. OlncomlnL
'w,w ' if -Hill) uumju
Itoser W. Itubaon of tho department
of labor said at u dinner In Washing
"Speaking of labor, It has been n
tough job to ent houio of the health
foods that wero turned out during tha
"A young lady enld to n young man
nt u Washington danre:
"'Are jou the name young man who
ate no many of my bran mutllna nt the
Ited Cross last full 7"
"'No,' he answered, 'and what's
more, the doctor auys 1 never will
HE ROSE "TO THE OCCASION
Teacher Insisted That Norman Should
Write Poetry, and Result Waa
The sophomore cIiihh at N high
school had u genius for u tencher.
She could write poetry oud every Fri
day required her pupils to do the
mime. Norman could play baachall.
hut pfctry wan ouuldo IiIh ken. Still
the teacher IiihIhIlmI tliut hu do It,
nnd Dually Issued as Iter ultimatum
that he cither write It or Him would
mark him failure on bin monthly re
port. A failure mark meant that tin
team would lose one of Its beat play
ers, ao Norman tried to wrlto n poem.
His attempt was so wretched tliut M
teacher tried suramin.
"You are a genltiH," she told him.
"Now ace If you can't wrlto a poem
about yourbclf and your wonderful
Later Mie found Norimin'H effort In
his memorandum' book, but ulie Inw
kept tho ilndlng u Hccret. For he had
Liven ot school tenuhem all rotnlnd us
That they'd butter Kot a mun.
A ii J departliiK leavu bolilnil thorn
Kawcr nulsunccH l( tliuy tun.
"Adlor-l-kn Is the only modlclno
for kiih on tho Mtomucli. I novor hail I
ao much rollof with any modlclno. 1
would not take $20.00 for tho relief
ono bottle of Adlor-l-ka guvo mo. I
cannot got done rocouimoiidlng It." I
(Signed) H. L. Hlcka, Anhluy, HI. !
Atller-l-kii oxpola ALL kiih nnd
anurncas. Itemovea ALL foul mnttort
which polaous vyatum. Often CUHKS
constipation. Provcnta nppondlcltla.
Wo hnvo aohl Adlor-l-ka many years.
It la n inlxturo of buckthorn, cnacara,
glycorlnu and rilnn othor almido drugs.
Whitman Drug Co. Adv.
.netici: or i'ixaIj hi:itli:.mi:xt
Notlco la horohy glvon that tho!
unduralgiicd, na Aduilnlatrntrlx of
tho latino of William P. McMlllnn.
doconxod, litis filed In tho County!
Cnlirt Of till! Slntu nf flrnrrnn tnr !
Klamath County, tho Final Account
of her ndmlnlHtrntlon of anld Katatu,
nnd that tho Court has fixed Janu.
nry 10, 1920, at tho hour of 2:30
P. M aa tho tlmo nnd tho Court
Hootn of said Court na tho place for
tho hearing of objoctlona. to mild
nccount. It nny, nnd for tho aottlo.
inont thereof. '
Hated: Decemhor 8th, 1019.
i:LLA M. McMillan,
Admlnlatrntrlx of tho Ins
tate of William
pemorcHt,- Dontlat,. over
man's Storo, Cth nnd Main.
We can do your
work and do it
We have opened a
522-538 S. Sixth St
and we are going to
have a repair depart
ment that will be sec
ond to none. We will
do all kinds of auto,,
truck and tractor repair
ing, and the charge will
be such as to make you
glad you came, and
bring you back. We just
ask tor one trial.
J. H. Garrett & Son
Heat yot. Herald 'Want Adi.
Ctmtit mrm told wywhn In
Bclinttlcillr utlad ptcktf of 30
ditntttt; or ttn pmtkmtti 300
ddtrttltl) la m iin.pfpar.
cortnd ctrton. Yf mttontly no
ommtnd thl carton tor tho homo
eroffie tuppljor whmn youtraroL
Devoted Nurae'a Death.
The story of n nurse's devotion In
Franco was told by MaJ. Gen. Cutli
bert Wallace nt n meeting convened
by tho London nntjonnl council of
women to consider shorter hours' for
"There was," said tho general, "a
certnln hospital In France where tho
German bombera wero coming over
night after night. Somo peoplo get
restless when they know that bombs
may bo dropped on them. The wound
ed man although ho was practically
Indifferent to shell lire In n hospital
very often gets seized with this hor
rible fear, this Inability to kcop still.
Thero was a certain nurso who was
looking after a ward In which thero
was a man who wus bedridden and
could not get out of tho way. Shu
had gone off duty ono evening when
theso bombers cuino oyer. Sho knew
of this man and went back to her
ward. She was not on duty, but sho
sat nt this man's bed and sang to
hltn. A bomb fell. That woman was
killed, but tho. man was left. The
nemo of this heroic nurso wus not revealed.
Agrlculturo fn Mexico Is back
ward, but tho cllmato and soH,
varying according to altltudo, are
favorable for tho produce of both
temporato and tropical zones.
Try; 'em. Herald Jfrmt 'A.U. "
"Some Men Don't Know It Yef
says the Good Judge
This class of tobacco
gives a man a lot more
satisfaction than he
ever gets out of ordin
Smaller chew the good
taste lasts and lasts.
JlToH don't need a fresh
chew so often. Anv man
who uses the Real To-
bacco Chew will tell
Put Up In Two Styles
RIGHTUT is a short-cut tobacco
" W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco
NOTICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS
On account or tho condition of the . rond", our de
llvory sorvlco will leavo tho murkot promptly
Goinjj cast nt ..'. no'ii m.
olnK m-Ht nt in.': , m.
GoliiB east nt 0; ,.
Going east lit 1,,ow
Ono delivery In tho afternoon nt o'clock.
THE PEOPLE'S MARKET
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