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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 27, 1916)
TMB 1VENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
ATUHQAV, MAY fr
A PEW OF THE GOODS
otonulno Kdlaen Madsa Lamps
Iltetrlc Cooking and Heating
Hot Point Vmvffl Cleaners
Ksstman KODAKS and Promo
Tennis Racketa and Tennlo Balls
Everything for Baseball
Spaldlhg'a Sporting Geede
Pocket and Tabla Cutlery
Cut Glass, tha Vary Beet Quality
Havlland China and Crockary
Ce! ,011 and Oaaollna Staves
The Wood Savers
QUICK MEAL RANGES
Tha Wood Savera
la All Grades and at Right
PAINTS AND OILS
The woman's friend, the best for
your furniture, your floors and
general work aboat tie tease.
Paint yoor automobile yourself
with CHI-NAMEL -Ante Colon.
Makes H look like a new car.
A Complete Line ef
Simende Creee Cut Saws, Lee
gars Tools and the beet brands
ef Belting anil Mill Supplies.
Agents Klamath County
John Deere of Mollne, III.
Mowers, Binders, flakes. Stack
ere, Plewa, Harrows, Grain
Drills, Manure Spreaders, Head
ers, Chatham the Mill that
cleana the grain.
Get the Cream
Studebaker, Schuttlar, John
Deere the wagon built for hard
service, the best ironed wagon
en the market, For cash ws will
sell you a Wagon for less money
than any o$her dealer In Klam
ath Palls." '
Cither Clsctrlc or Gasoline Pow
er. Let us figure on one for you.
Pipe Fittings, Iron and Steal
Horse Shoes, Blacksmiths Coal.
Louden Hay Toole, Jackson
Porks, Wire Cable, Pulleys of
all kinds, Hay Forks, Rope and
TbsHousc of Quality
Stare Foster aiade a trip to
nth Falls Friday with a toad ef weed
and a can of
Soae of ear aetghbors atteaded the
commencement exercises of tbe high
school at Klamath Palls Friday sight
Will Lambert of Round Lake made
a business trip to Aspen Mountain
Spud slanting la about all over la
this neck of the woods.
Wro. Hoag hauled a toad of nay
for Mr. Scott Friday from oat la Us
C. O. Hunt moved Robert OrlaWs
household goods from Lens Lake to
Klamath Falls Saturday.
A Rare Opportunity
Our floor space is too valuable to be
chocked full with smart, high class,
over-stuffed furniture, that sella only
occasionally, even In tbe great marts
like Boston, New York and Dorris.
Mrs. Homemaker, we are golat to
make room for goods that sell every
day In the year, and we are going to
give you tbe chance to help make tab)
room for us. You cant buy all of
It at this great sacrifice, but Just
enough, regardless of cost, to make
room to turn around In. For one weak
you can bay:
I special made. Over-stuffed; Tapestry
Davenport, with 'mattress. 155.
Regular price S86.
1 special made Overstuffed extra
large Settee, la mahogany. No. 1
Spanish leather, $65. Regular
1 special made Over-etuffed extra large
' roomy rocker, . mahogany finish,
No. 1 'Spanish leather, f 4S.6S. Reg
ular price tM.50.
Large roomy arm chair W match,
938.60. Regular price $aLS0.
27-tf WILLI&JOHNSTONK CO.
Eight reels Sunday night. Orpheus,
U cents. '
Thla la the heme ef all of the Xtna
companies. Chiteete, S33 Main. IC
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR SALE Five passenger
bile cheap for cash. Bee Chlkote.
COOK Lady cook wasted. Apply to
C D. Wilson, Klamath Falls, Ore-
WANTED Girl for general house
work. Apply at 362 Tenth st zMt
Five Reel Vitagraph Comedy
Ma AND MRS. SIDNEY DREW
' THC POLICE DOG OM THC WIRE -
"THE MUMMY AND THB
( MING BIRD"
'The Last Adventure,"
Three Reel Kssaaay '
"Her Bad Quarter ef an Hour," ,
One Reel Vitagraph
Two Reel Essaaay
"Tha Record Run,"
One Real Kalenv,
"Freddy's Last Bean,"
One Reel Vitagraph
"Pathe News." "'
MATUTEB DAILY AT Big)
ALL UCKJflED nO-TOBS
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
MOTION PICTCBa- WaWmHOAYN
Continued from pace I
the following neighbors being hidden:
Mrs. B. STOrlgsby, Mrs. Henry Ortrnes,
Mrs. O. 8. Brown. Mrs. Losler, Mrs.
J. a Mason. Mrs. George Chamber.
lain and Mrs. Chaitos J. Roberta.
Needlework was Indulged In daring
tbe afternoon, and retreeameata were
Thrusday and Friday afternoons.
Mrs. Underwood entertained at sards,
the guests being Mrs. W1U H. Mason,
Mrs. Earl Whltlock. Mrs. F. English.
Mrs. Charles McQowen, Mrs. Fred
Schallock, Mrs. John J. Parker. Mrs.
Richard E. Smith, Mrs. Oscar Shiva,
Mrs. Charles L Roberta. Mrs. Elbert
B. Hall. Mrs. Ore FiUpatrick, Mrs.
Thomas Hampton, Mrs. Fred Cofer,
Mrs. L. G. VanBellen, Mrs. George H.
Merryman, Mrs. Charles J.Roberts,
Mrs. C. C. Hogue, Mrs. Emmett E.
Magee, Mrs. Charles Martin, Mrs. C
E. Wheeler, Mrs. Warren Hunt, Mrs.
Carl A. Platb, Mrs. E. W. Oowea Sr..
Mrs. O. A. Krause, Mrs. Merrill of
Iielolt. Kla.. Mrs. William M. Duncan,
Mrs. Louis Gerber, Mrs. Wesley O.
Smith. Mrs. Will W. Baldwin Mrs.
Don J. Zumwalt, Mrs. E. R. Rsames.
Mrs. Robert A. Johnson, Mrs. Fred
If. Mills, Mrs. Charles F. Stone, Mrs.
Charles W. Eberiela, Mrs. George
Watts. Mrs. Silas Obenchaln, Mrs. Jos.
S. Kent, Mrs. W. P. Johnson, Mrs. Les
lie Rogers, Miss Maud Baldwin. Mrs.
Charles L Roberts and Mrs. Richard
E. Smith were the prise winners the
first day, and card honors Friday went
to Mrs. Zumwalt and Mrs. Obenchaln.
Mrs. J. C. Brockenbroagb has re
turned from a sojourn of several
months In the Middle Weet. where she
The recital held in Merrill on Mon
day evening. May II, by Mrs. M. Ola-
comlnl, was attended by 'Merrill and
Klamath Falls music lovers. Tha re
cital was' held In the opera house and
the room waa packed, many being un
able to find aeats. The following pro
gram was splendidly rendered:
Large , , Handel
Miss Vivian Patterson
a Twas April s Nana
b I'm Longing Fo You
Miss Vivian Patterson
a Gypsy Love Song Victor Herbert
b.Four Leaf Clover .,, -
C Whitney Combs
. Ray P. Burke
Bubbling Spring RIvi King
Miss Vivian Patterson .
A Love Note James H. Rogers
Mrs. V. T. Motacbenbacber
Eri King Lixat
Miss VMsa Patterson
a' What tbe Chimney Sang
b Ever a Song Somewhere . Aabford
Raindrop Prelude Chopin
a Raft Song Sunset on the Allegheny
b.The Mammy's Song ,
Jsmes R. Gillette
Goodbye . Tee-
Hungarian Polka r. Alfoldy
Mrs. Thomas Martin was hostess at
the last meeting of Grace Episcopal
Guild. The ladles present spent a high
ly enjoyable afternoon. '
Mrs. William M. Duncan U hostess
to the Auction Bridge Club this after
noon, entertaining at the home of Mrs.
O. A. Krause. Mrs. 3. C. Broken-
brougb, Miss Coral Carter and Mrs.
W. H. Merrill are guests. In addition
to the club members, Mrs. Louis Ger
ber, Mrs. L. F. Wiliete, Mrs.-E. W.
Gowen. Mrs. Fred J. Williams. Mrs.
Silas Obenchaln, Mrs. Charles I. Rob
erts, Mrs, Oscar Solve, Mrs. George
Watts, Mrs. G. A. Krause, Mrs. William
Hum and Mrs. Duncan.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles J, Martin pleas
antly entertained at a dinner party at
their new residence last night, Tbe
guests were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schal-
lock, Mr. and and Mrs. ' Earl Whit-
iocx, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence H. un
derwood and Mrs. W. R. Bridgeford.
Several of the grade school teach
ers were tbe guests of Mrs. Joseph
P,.. Brett at a buffet luncheon at her
Sixth street home Saturday afternoon.
American Beauty roses were need In
tba decorative scheme, and after tha
splendid repast the afternoon was hap
pily spent In playing novel sjaatss. At
When you want sate Ursa, sse as.
We are ia the tire business.
Auto Tire C.
STILTS DRYGOODS CO.
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Mrs. Alice Snltzer Burke and Miss
Nell Richardson, two well known suf
fragettes, are booked for a Journey
of 10,000 miles in a little yellow car
to stir up "Votes for Women." Leav
ing New York, they will head for New
Orleans, and go on through the South
west to Los Angeles and up the Pa
cific coast to 8aa Francisco and Be-
An unusually good comedy attrac
tion will be seen at tba Star tonight,
when Mr. and Mrs, Sidney Drew will
be seen in a good five-reel Vitagraph
tending were Mrs. Harold Lincoln,
Miss Mary Stewart, Miss Georgia
Porter, Miss Alice Peel, Miss Raehael
Mannemaa, Miss Lean sHoecher, Miss
Ada Bottle, Miss Gertrude Beeley, Mlaa
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for the June
We are exceptionally
well prepared to please
the. bride in the selec
tion of her trousseau
for this important
event. We are showing
the new Taffeta De
Lion, which is really the
correct material this
year for the bride's
gown. In white and all
the fashionable eve
Stock of Laces
Mre. Alice Snltzer Burke
attic. They start back by way of Min
neapolis, Chicago and Detroit
They will try to arouse" tho suffra
gettes over tbe country to the import
ance of the "Walkless Parade," which
Is to take place In St. Louis when tbe
democratic national convention meets.
Tbe automobile Itself is calculated
to create a favorable Impression
comedy entitled, "Playing Dead." This
production by Richard Harding Davis
will find Mr. and Mrs. Drew in one
of tbelr best comedies in which they
ttre known as the Incomparable pair.
One of Bray's cartoon pictures, "The
Police Dog on the Wire," will also
be shown, making this evening one
of nothing but fun.
Tenth episode of Graft at Orpheus
Sunday and Monday nights, 10c.
Chlleete collects rents and locks af.
ter property ef all kinds, H
Ssrsa reels tonight, Orpheus, 10c.
whercver.il goosf It ia a gorgeous yel
low, with white allp covers, doors of
"campaign blue," boasts pocket vases
of nowers, yellow flag sticks and
"Votes for Women" bannsrs and a
, chenty American eagle on the radiator.
"The trunks contain an assortment of
tools, suffrage literature, reception
gowns and food tablets.
In From Rim Rock.
Frank Grohs mado a flying trip to
tho county seat from the Rim Roek
ranch. Frank reports a splendid rata
for his section this week.
Back to the Ranch.
Mr. and Mix. Levi McDonald and
, daughter, Joanna, left this morning for
lg show tonight, Orpheus, 10c
their ranch home In LsateU Valley af
ter apeadlag aome Use la the eeutr
Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. Braet at
Pituburg. Pa., are here to eajey the
Miss fteea Better.
MIm Esther Rees, who aadernaBl
sn operation far appcadlclue at BUs
burn hospital this week, is, her I
friends will bn glad to lean, i
Services at Spring Lake.
A r liclotu servlco will be coac-etad
1 n( .SprltiK tkv school house at s, m.-
tomorrow. Elder A. Cheyoe will
liver tbe sermon and conduct ta Mr
"A Quiet tittle Supper fr FuV
"Universal Animated Weekly,"
"Hearts That Are Human,"
"As Fate Decides,"
'The Out ef -eve,"
ADMISSION 10 CINTS
Sunday and Msnday
These Kids and Cupid,"
One-Reel Naator Coawjdy
"The Harbor Transporutlen Tre-V
Graft, 10th BpUode
King Bsggot in
"Wen with a Makeup,"
One-Reel Imp Comedy-Draau
'The Jitney Driver's Roman"
' One-Reel Joker Comedy
"Through Flames to Love,"
Two-Heel Imp Feature
ADMISSION 10 CINTS
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