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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 1, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
NATtmnAV, FKimi'Anv i, mm
K. K. K. STORE'S GREAT CLEARANCE SALES
BUY TONIGHT THESE EXCEPTIONAL BARGAINS
Any $25.00 Oregon Cassimere Suit in the store for $16.85
Any Wool Shirt in the store for 20 per cent less than the regular price
Any Mackinaw in the Store for 25 per cent less than the regular price
Any Sweater in the store for 33 1-3 per cent less than the regular price
Logger Shirts, regular $ 12.50, Whale-Bak, Shed-Rain and other good makes for $8.50
Some great Shoe bargains in Dress and Work styles, at about one-half the regular price
TONIGHT AND ALL NEXT WEEK
Leading Clothiers J J STORE Leading Hatters
"The Romance of the Underworld."!
featuring Catherine Calvert, which
was to have been shown at the Lib
erty Theater last Tuesday, was lost
in transit, and has just arrived. This
TO VISIT FATHER
Miss Norma Adams, who attends
the Klamath County High School
Interestinc picture will be shown to-' from Mac Dee! California, left this,
night at the Liberty.
1-lt ; morning for a short visit with her
i father S. K. Adams.
Price' made to your measure ,.
it the K. K. K. Store. 31-2l!
in nrr mirurn '
1 dbijMii nuaaw
We haTt a fit for you Royal tall-
See what savings you can mnke at "d Ed v- your, SMALL FORCE OF TANKEES. RUS- FOOD ADMI.NSTHATION WILt
ir it K atom' m nFMii.v ,!.. measure noinea lor spring, at uc
returns to n.v itv
MIsr Ksthor White, who hn been
In the city for snvnral days, visiting
relatives leaven In the mornltir for
San Francisco, whole she Ik trnlnltiK
to become a nurse.
See Ihc Mohawk Tire film nt tho
iii, Liberty Saturday night The nrlsto-
crat of tho Tiro world
K. K. K. Store,
SIANS AND HHITISH ARE COM-,
PELLED BY SUPERIOR FORCES
TO YIELD GROUND
THING OF PAST WITHIN A ,
MONTH. INDICTMENTS OCT
AGAINST MOTOR PROMOTERS '
VISIT FORT KLAMATH
William Immel nnd I.on llovso Ic
this morning for Fort Klamath on a
'. nhttrl liiialnoai frtti T
ARCHANGEL. Feb. 1. Another WASHINGTON. D. C. Feb 1.
violent attack by the Bolshevik for- The food administration will bo rtos
;ces on the American, Russian and ed up within three weeks. It Is an-
British positions at Tarasevo Jias nounced today,
compelled the hard pressed and out- A Chicago indictment against thlr-
f c . r M Tailnv.' numbe'red little Allied Column In teen of tho promoters of the Pan
UUT spring line or men S laiior- thJg Mctor to wlthdraw appr0xraat Motor Company with a plant at Mr-
ing Fabrics hat arrived; that for ly tony n, t0 the village of Srd- Cloud Minnesota, declares that over
the ladies Will be here in a few makrenga. ' five million dollars were fraudolently
Amv Wi will hv three lines fori . obtained.
men and one for the ladies, and1
will have icrat of the Tire world. 31-2t t
Oregon, fair with modernte north
Maximum yesterday 31 degrees.
Minimum today 21 degrees.
See the Mohawk Tire dim at the.
Liberty Saturday night. The arlsto-' tmIed In buying stock, It Is asserted.1
i crat or we lire worm. ji-zi
1 Every automobllo owner should sen J
tho Mohawk Film Tiro at tho Liberty
theater Saturday night. It will open t
Fifty thousand persons wore vie-1 your eyes on the question of tiros. 21 I
Eat your Sunday Dinner at
Thrrr li n mr.il fur )" '" ""'' nur
TRY OCR PASTRY
TIIKRE IS NONE UtnTKIt
610 Main Klamath Falls
LEAVE FOR SANTA CIUV.
TO CHOOSE FROM
The Big Clearance Sale at the K.-
tK. Store on Clothing, SIioim and
Mr. a lid Mrs. George Kern left this
That well known coterie of friends. Woolen Wear Is the Place to snvo morning for Santa Crur, California
H?kideI.i,SPPian !?' "T"K, money. 31-2t wlloro tll0y imv0 been called by the
Illness of tho former's sUter.
INDOOR YACHT CLUB, have be-
CARD OF THANKS
... . ,. . j -J. tbelr social dances, will give nno'hcr
yrny non i we carry reuj-iuw
(JOES TO SUSANVILLK
come so popular -in Kianatn rails
and vlcinltv. owing to tho Huccess of1
their social dances, will give nnoher We wish to express our slncere.t
of fholr Hllhfnl Hnnrln.? unrtle in appreciation and deepest gratitude
SroTloTA.n Xt:il ursniak?ndr,rons,der0a.oneduHrg W T. Elll.lt left this morning for
you BETTER MATERIAL, WORK ntVxcent musUto.htr with tho Illness and death of our dear Smanvllle. California, whoro ho ox
MANSHIP and FIT FOR LESS refreshments, will glvo proraUo of a husband, son nnd brother. Harold . pCcU to spend somo time nt work
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House, Wednesday, February iiii. ai iji.ikuiii. .um. uuiuti. u,.u... ...... on a new WOou worning piani unuur
p p m ..:iltnie Lfincoiii, iimorii u. iiui;uiii.
1 FA ERYBODY INVITED. f - .
the indoor yacht CLUB. ,TOO LATE TO tJLASalr T
MONEY. A FIT or NO SALE.
D. & M. CLEANING CO.
Sixth and Main. Phone 30
,- ii t -y-l itttm
carload of 1919 FOR SALE Nino room modern
.house; furnace; lawn; fruit trees.
BIEHN GARAGE ITorms. 219 Jefferson at l-6t
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1919
SUNDAY DINNER, 75c.
Cream of Chicken
Celery en Branch. San Juan Ripe Olives
Baked Salmon au Gratln
Chicken Frlcasso, Parsley Dumplings
Sweet Bread Saute en Cases
Chicken Wings Breaded, Hollandaise Sauce
Young Chicken, Oyster Dressing
Prime Roast of Beef, au Jus
Leg of Pork, Apple Sauce
Creamed Mashed Potatoes Stewed Tomatoes
Plum Pudding, Hard Sauce
in Fl Romance
Life in Chinatown
The East Side Dance Hall
The Criminal Courts
The Bridge of Sighs
The Great Murder Trial
AT THE LIBERTY
Hot Mince Pie
OWL C AE
BOBBIE WARD Prop. 427 Main Street
METRO'S GREAT 8-ACT
Spectacle, Showing the
Sinking of the
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
t -fBBsiBBBH '&
RITA JOLIVET inMLST WE fOWEI"
Your Future Success
Depends on the foundation laid in your younger days.
A Bank Account
Carries a prestige with it you can get no other way. Why
not give this account to the
Klamath State Bank
One of the strongest financial institutions in Southern
Oregon. This Bank will do everything for you that any
good Bank ought to do.
Klamath State Bank
CORNER SIXTH AND MAIN
Liberty 1 heater jhh