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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
fr F oi
They are here and plenty
or mem 10 cnooie rrom.
Did you know that we
still maintain last
year's prices on al
most every suit
here? We are
waiting for some
of you to take ad
vantage of thisi
liberal offer. ' be-1
cause prices began to raise many
months ago, our prices are the same.
Come in today and see what we can
.howyou $15 fo $25
We are really proud
of our dandy stock
of Coats. You are
sure to find "Your
Kind" among them.
Coats for every oc
casion. Priced reason
$12.50 to $30.00
See the new Fancy Cheviot Over
coat, just arrived; heavy weight, in
brown and blue mixtures. tJOO AC
Extra Special - - - - Jfrf IW
New Fall Hats
shape and color.
You simply could
n't help but find
the kind you want
-because they are
$3.50 and $4.00
Ht M 1
are still being sold under the usual
retail prices, "better get yours" now!
K. Sugar man
"YOURS FOR VIOTOBV, THRU SACRIFICE AND PAITH"
Harry Lauder Now
Singing In Trenches
Out iiimii tliu front llni: tn-mlic-i,
win-in nii'ii nro (IjIiik by IiiiiiiIic-iIh,
, wlicro uiioiiiy HiirfocnilnK wises arc
loosoit, wliuia liutKtliu; Hlniipncl In n
constant incline o, Hurry I.umlor, Hie
(faincil Hcotch dinner, who lost IiIh
only bom In tlio war, Ih nlni?lhR li Ik
heait out to Dig fighting inoii.
' Charles W. Wlilolmlr. n Y. M. C. A.
BMtri-tnry who Iiiih Just returned from
,tho var front In KlumlorH, hhh that
ho hbw llniry l.iwder slnglne to tlio
hoIiIIl-ih llnoil nlioiit tlio hIiIl-b of it
Krn.tl shell rrntor.
I lit- hnil biiiik r00 tlmcH In Kf-ven
(!n)H, mid hit olce was very lioarst.
Ho wiih warned to tnl.o better caro of
"Wlintoter I have to glvo, said lie,
"I inn wilting to glvu to theHO boys.
If they want mo to sing I will sing
until I have no volco or breath loft."
Ami that la Just what hu Is doing at
Ilia very front. He li Oxcrlng the
iniiii In n manner that In leading to
Lander xlngi to thousands of men
In Y. M. C. A. htits. He goes from
one to another nil ntong the front
line.' Sometimes tie Rings In dugouts,
nt other times In shell craters. He Is
ono of the most earnest Rupiortcrs4f
tho Y. M. C. A. movement. Ho has
cmircllcd engagements to go to the
soldiers. He Is doing with h'ls voice
w lint tho people of this country are
expected to do with their dollars. He
Is making tho soldiers happier and
more contented, and thereby
Krcngthonlng tho morale of the nr
inlcs. This Is tho work the Y.- M.
C. A Ih doing, and It needs Immedi
ately 35,000.000 to continue and ex
tend Its Influence at homo and
Irish Fishermen Have
Very Prosperous Season
The torpedoed ship was still well
above water when the fisherman came
alongside. He at once eent his son on
i board to look around. The latter
1 found the hold full of automobiles.
I "Run ono,out thru this gangway,
1lroiit Ihn tnthar Willi tho nil! nf
m. . .. . 1 V-- . .Mbuwa ... ...w -.
rno story 01 me nsuerman . , , .. ., . ,
., - . . a ' some tackle the machine was dropped
'into thys fishing vessel. A few min
utes later, as the trawler steamed
away, the ship disappeared. The fish
erman with an automobile Is now the
envy of his village.
HASH AMEWCAN FI.OTILIJA IN
imrrisH watetis, Oct. 2G. (Cor-
respoudenco of the Associated Press) '
lriEh fislicrmen along the coasts
where the II boats operate have made
Home remarknblo catches during the
who found a $15,000 box of diamonds
froiii tho I.iibltania in his nets one
lay, and whoso honesty In returning
them to their rightful owners was re
warded by a check for $1,000, Is well
known. There la another fisherman
who came homo from a fishing expe
dition with a One new American auto
mobile lashed to the dock of his little
trawler. There are hundreds of fish
ermen who have made modest for
tunes out of salvage of one kind or
another. Wheat, flour and conl sal
vngo aro nil profitable businesses in
the roast towns nowadays.
The story of the man who came
homo from the sea with a brand new
automobile Is a household favorito
In tho Irish ports. Accompanied by
his son, ho was mackerel flfeljng
when ho was aroused by the report of
nn explosion. On tho horizon a cargo
steamer from America was settling
by the stern. It had been torpedoed.
Tlio fisherman headed for It, and soon
met the raptnln and crew In two open
boats. "She's loaded with American
automohllos; you might get one be
fore sho goes under," sold tho skip
per, Jokingly, as ho and his shipmates
passed on toward the shore.
SALE OF SUGAR
CANDY MAKKItS WARNED THAT
THOSE WHO PLAY TUB PIG
NOW WILL HE MADE TO PAY
FOR THKHt ACTIONS LATER
Niece Sets the
Fashion on Stage
MA J00I .
Stella Jesse, grand-niece of
Sir Alfred Tennyson, has made a bit
in London as Penelope Moon, in the
niece "Dllleted," in which her elder
sister, Miss P. Tennyson Jesse, col
laborated. This costume, which she
wears on the stage, has made such an
Impression that some fashion design
ers have copied. It, and It has become
qui to -popular in England
tX PAW PLANS TO
EL PASO, Texas, Nov. 14. Every
soldier In the EI Paso district will
hare an Invitation to be the guest of
an EI Paso organization on Thanks
giving night, it the plans of the sol
dier's welfare and recreation com
mittee work out. All of the women's
organisations In the city have agreed
to have a special entertainment and
"open house" on that night for the
troopers of this district. There are
1 3,000 of them. A number of elabor
ate musical and literary programs are
helnr nlanned. The soldiers will be
Rent written Invitations, and will bej
guests of honor of the clubs en that
Notice of Sale of Realty bjr Execntor
INJURES TWO MEN
NORWOOD, Neb., Nov. -4. En
gineer Redfern and Fireman Williams
were badly scalded yesterday when
the boiler of an engine on the the
Chicago & Northwestern railroad exploded.
-Notice is hereby given that by vlr
tuejif the authority In me vested by
the 'provisions of the last will and
testament of Alexander Martin, de
ceased, I am offering for sale, for
cash, and shall proceed to sell at
private sale from and after the 13th
day of December, 1917, to the highest
bidder for cash, all the Interest Alex
ander Martin had at the time of his
demise, being an undivided half In
terest, In the following described real
property In Klamath County, Oregen:
The south one half of the south
east quarter of section nineteen
(If), township 39 south, range 10
east of the Willamette Meridian,
excepting four acres deeded to the
government for canal purposes.
Sealed bids will be received by me at
the First National bank of this city
up to and Including said date.
Dated November 14, 1917.
Executor of Alexander Martin,
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 11. A tel
egram from tho food administration
at Washington to the sugar refiners
carries a warning to candy makers of
tho Far West that these who are
cheating tho government by buying
more sugar than their allotment will
later receive nono at all. A thoro InA
vestlgatlon of this matter now threat
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Dividends of Thrift
There is one investment that pays big divi
dends from' the start and never misses a
To all persons who are interested in divi
dends of health and happiness, of better
homes, better food and better clothes, we
can 'recommend Thrift.
It never fails.
Open a Savings Account today. Realize
the first divident in the astonishing amount
of satisfaction which a little nest-egg brings.
Rnt State & Savings Bank
KLAMATH PALLS, OREGON ,
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STOP CATARRH! OPEN
NOSTRILS AND HEAD
Sara Cream Applied la Keatofla
Relieves Head-Colds at Ones.
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It your nostrils are ctogged and
.our head Is stuffed ""and you can't
breathe freely because -of a cold or
alarrh. Just get a small bottle of
Kly's Cream Balm at any drug store,
pply a little of this fragrant ant!-
teptlc cream into your nostrils and
let It penetrate through every air
passage of your head, soothing and
healing the inflamed, swollen mucous
membrane and you get Instant relief,
Ah! how good It feels. Your nos
trils are open, your head Is clear, no
more hawking, snuffing, blowing; no
moie h -adache, dryness or struggling
for breath. Ely's Cream Balm la lust
a hat suffereis from head colds and
-ntarrh need. It's a delight Adv.
If You Want
YOUR PLUMBING, STEAM
FITTINp OR YOUR HEAT.
ING STOVE REPAIRED,
OR LINED, CALL PHONE
414 OR 1098 MAIN ST.
Be conscious of the character
of your hand. Soap and water
will keep them clean, but you need
to use some high quality cold cream
and hand lotion to keep the skin
white, soft, smooth and youthful
A few moments a day can be
well spent in the Deaulifyinz of
your hands this applies to both
men and women. .
You are often judged by the ap
pearance of your hands and finger
nails have a caret
Allow us the opportunity of
showing you soma of our splendid
nail cleansers, nail polishes and
Your htndtmdrtnict you either ttvofbtf
or mtoirorMy In the mlndi of those with
whom you com In contoctthtnk it over.
WvX KLAMATH TALIS OttOOHriSt
f WMCsft, Mftfut MOM Ulf
, KLVttTH TMUS OREOOHi
J, j&m. jt, jto.W. A j&. jv jfc.tsk.Sk
la August The Travelers paid 2,500
accident and health alaims, moont-
Ing to more than $400,000.00. A
wonderful record by a progressive
company. See Chllcote ,6
Come and get our prices for real
estate Information and abstracts.
County maps, 25 cents.
KLAMATH TITLE CO.,
8-6t 713 Main St.
DRINK HOT WATER
Says you really feel clean, sweet
and fresh Inside, and
are seldom ill.
r . ivss-
If you are accustomed to wake up
with a coated tongue, foul breath or
i dull, dizzy headache; or, if your
meals sour and turn into gas and
acids, you have a real surprise await
Tomorrow morning, Immediately
upon arising, drink a glass of hot
water with a teaspoonful of limestone
phosphate In It. This Is intended to
first neutralize and then wash out of
your stomach, liver, kidneys and thir
ty feet of Intestines all the indigesti
ble waste, poisons, sour bile and tox
ins, thus cleansing, sweetening and
purifying the entire alimentary eaaal.
Those subject to sick headaches,
backache, bilious attacks, constipation
or any form of stomach trouble, are
urged to get a quarter pound of llme-
lstone phosphate from the drug store
and begin. enjoying wis morning in
side bath. It Is said that men and
women who try this become enthusi
astic and keen It up dally. It Is
plendld health measure, for It Is more
Important to keepclean and pur oa
be inside tnan on me ouwiae, iwhuh
hto skin pores do not absorb Impuri
ties Into the blood, causing dlstaM,
while the bowel pores do.
The principle of bathing, Inslda Is
not new, as millions of people praetloe
It. Just as hot water and soap cleans,
purify and freshen the skin, so hot
water and a teaspoonful of llmestoaa
nhosnhate act on the stomach, liter,
kidneys and bowels. Limestone phos
phate" Is an Inexpensive white powaar,
and almost tasteless. Adv.
Aiywkre u the City
Klamath Lodge No. 137, 1. O. O. T..
meets Friday night R. A. Emmitt,
J. O., Nate Otterbeln, Secretary.
Ewauna Encampment No. 46, L O.
X V., meets Tuesday night, R. A.
Immitt, C. P., L. J. Bean, Scribe.
JOHN O. CLEGHORN
' Civil Engineer
City & County Abstract Co.
ARTHUR R. WILSON
. 517 Main St.
FARM-LOANS AT 8 PER CENT
and See it!
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician Snrgeoa
Suite 211, 1. O. O. F. Temple
(over K. K. K. Store)
Phone 821 . . Res. Phone, 358R
(The only Osteopathic Physi
cian and Surgeon In Klamath
W. D. MILLER
Walks, Floors, Foundations. Con
crete Building Blocks, Flues and
Tiles. 232 S. Sixth St. Phone 298
Pioneer Auto Service
DAY OR NIGHT
Phone Mecca IBS
Gun Barrel Cylinder Bore
AND CHOP SUEY
AT ALL HOURS
Ladles' and Gentlemen's
o Main St.,
New City hmkj"
We auarante Our Werk.
Shirts and 'catlars., UunaefS.
We alt wash silk, weel, and
red gods very carefully. Try is
ence and be cenvlneea. Ovrprless
art rigni. rasas w v .. , ,,
127 Fourth Street I
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