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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 20, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
You can have our choice of hav
ing, your clothing made to your
exact individual requirements
S PAT OFf 1906
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mr KCOtSTtRCO IN U
W BY ID. V. fRlCC A CO.
by The Royal Tailors or Ed V. Price & Co.
Or you can make your selections from one of the largest
ready-to-wear stocks in the state. Don't buy your clothes
for Spring until you see ours
AT THE K. K. K. STORE
leading Hatters K" K K STORE
MERCHANT OFF TO (sets of furniture, "or special pieces to
iiiMvviuuii vrrr avr jfm t ft g(Jt a,rcady Btte(lt wno
RtIV MORF STOTKo may. if they desire to avail them
du I munb o I vr 8elTea of the opportunity, take ad-
vantage of Mr. Johnstone's attend-
, anco at this exhibit. If they will
i.'l. Johnstone, ot the Johnstone rlte to him, he will pick out for
Furniture Company, wnWn&T-w&
ln tor San Francisco, where he goes . ,cttcr addrcS8ed to him at 1053
tOi-ttend the annual exhibition or Market street, care of the Furnlturo
'bawar of. the furniture manufactur-1 Manufacturer8 Exchange. San Fran-
era, of the United 8tate. In the Furn-ci9CO will reach him and recelvo his
Iture Manufacturer' Exchange build- mlsl careful attention. This Is a
Ing there Is placed on display all of rare chance, and will not again- be
the latest designs, innovations and -lven until next year's exhibit. It
Improvements made daring the past . m
year, together with reproductions of
all periods, drapes, curtains, etc.. ' ANNOUNCEMENT
thus enabling the dealers, who attend
from every city ot any Importance on '
the Pacific Coast, to make selections The Methodist Church is to have a
for their stores and till special ord- Get-togother meeting at the Church
era for their customers. There are Friday evening Feb. 21st. at 7 o'clock,
many people In this city and county All members and friends are cordially,
who -re desirous of securing special invited. Come and get acquainted.
PRODUCED TO CONSUMER .
A Large Variety of Fresh Fish and Oysters
Oysters - - 50c pint
AH Smoked Meats at Reduced Prices
Special Extra Special
Breakfast Bacon .. . 45c Loin Bacon Backs 83c
Jowls .. .. 83c Sugar Cored Shoulders ..88c
No. 5 ; 1.00 No. 8 ..$1.43
No. 10 SS.00 No. 10 S2.00
Phone 83 ' 534 Main St
Tom Mix niado a daring ride on his
horse Tony down a 200 foot embank
ment for a scone In his latest William
Fox photoplay, "Mr. Logan, U. S. A.,"
which will bo shown at the Liberty
Theatre tonight. To say that Tom
made the ride would not be altogether
trim Tnm matin onlv 150 font of
the ride and completed the other SO
feet by rolling.
It was Indeed a daring stunt and
even, the camera man, J. D. Jennings
was shaky as Tom's horse felt his way
down the steep Incline. Tony was
very careful howevor, and carried
Tom along in safety until within 50
feet of the bottom of the hill, he
stumbled on somo brush. Knowing
horse that Tony is. he turned slightly
I and as he fell, threy Tom upward to
Iward the bank. There was nothing
, to save either of them, however, and
they rolled and rolled until Ipey
could roll no more, and strange to
say Tom stopped rolling alongside of
Tony. Evidently Tom never lost his
wits, because -ie threw his leg over
the saddle and. grabbed the pommel
as Tony started to bis feet. It
FOR BOYS' CLUB
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Willis Bnrtlott of this city Is the
. flrst prosldcnt of the Klamath FalU
Boys Athletic Club which was launch
ed here last week and which has be
come so popular with the High School
boys and others of that ago. Tho
election ot officers was held at the
Club rooms last night, Paul Keller
being nanmd Vlco President and
Wendel" T.awoence, Secretary and
, Committees on membership, ath
letics and decoration wilt bo named
In a few days.
I Plans arc now being made Jor an
open meeting In, the near futuro at
which the. parents and friends of the
boys will be present to Inspect the
Associated Gas Engines
"r: are, reliable and guaranteed by one of America's
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largest Gas Engine factories.
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WE SOLICIT YOUR INSPECTION
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"' & V 1THE HOUSE OF QUALITY"
Tor hir Ojuntiy
Sboms bow ihi can doty o a Jecett
Stsyanu caNaou he out w un
AT THE LIBERTY
Platinum and gold,
with hand carved de
signs .emblematic of
matrimony, are the
newest fashion In red
ding rings. But the
plain gold band la good
style and good taste.
It will always be popu
lar. Upp shows hand carved
and plain band -wedding
rings, of pure
metal and tho very
best workmanship. All
sizes In stock.
Engraved, $10 to 1 25.
Plain band, $4 to $10
Initials engraved In the
ring without extra
Frank M. Upp
511 Main Street
Fine Watch Repairing
The HALLMARK Stow
PORTLAND, Feb. 20. The First
Tiust and Savings Bank of St. Johns'
failed to open its doors hero this
morning following a request of the
directors to the Stato Bank examiner
to close the Institution. It was said
that the depositors would Iobc noth
ing. J. B. Holbrook, a former director
of the bank and a borrower from the
bank was found dead with a gunshot
wound at the Multnomah Club last
Monday and this tragedy Is said to
be a factor In closing the bonk.
One sure, way to break up that
Irish repubulc would be for the Brit
ish government to approve It. Nash
Bee Charles S. Hood, Klamath
Agency for health and accident la
MOOSE HALL IUXCE.
Saturday night wo dance Qur dance.
Our1 dance Is Improving a better at
tendance each dance. The Peerless
Orcltestra with the latest music.
Wish' to announce hereafter will be
the very shortest Intermission be
tween dances. They will give in music
anything the dancers want. The floor
is fine, como In. zu-3t
William Hohenzollern, we are told,
has recovered from his recent Illness,
but he Is not out of danger. Boston
Cafeteria Supper at tho Presbyter
Ian Church, .Friday Fob. 21. 6 to 7
P.M. . . '
Baked beans : 10c
Meat Lfoaf v 10c
Bread butter Cc
Two reels of interesting moving
pictures will be shown and special
All Welcome. 20-lt
THE BOND STUDIO MOVES.
The Bend Studio, which has been
located-at 519 Main Street, has mov
ed to 1136 Main Street, Into the
rooms formerly occupied by the Red
Cross, and, will be open for business
about March 1st. We will be fully
equipped to handle the better class of
I work to which we cater, and the pub
lllc Is cordially Invited to visit our
new quarters. zo-3t
Coo's Jitney Service.
Night phone 147
See Charles S. Hood, Klamath
Agency, for Indian grassing' lands and
The home of Mrs. Luuls Orrber
was the scone of a very pretty part)
Moliday afternoon, the occasion bolnt;
In honor of hur mother, Mrs, 1).
Campbell In celebration of hur ncen.
ty-fourth anniversary. Needlework
and social chat occupied the time,
Interspersed with Instrumental music
by Henry Gerber, son of the hostess,
and readings by Mrs. Jan. K. Hnitton.
During her rendition of Jan. Whit
comb Riley's poem "An Old Swoot
heart of Mine," Mrs,- Fred Fleet ac
companied on tho plnno with the old
time sons, "When You and I Were
A delicious to courre luncheon
was served, tho appointments being
In pink and white carnations.
" 'Tls sweet to bo remembered."
and tho honored guest was the recriH
lent ot numerous gifts, among which
were, hand paintod china, flowers
and dainty linen.
Asldo from Mrs. Campbell and host
ess, those enjoying the affair were,
Mesdamcs, E. W. Oowen. Kufiia
Moore, McCurdy, E. , P Lawrence,
Silas Obonchaln, L. F. Wllllts. J. K
Bratton, Fred Fleet. George Morry
man, Jno. M. Johnson, Fred Mclhoso,
A. M. Worden, Gilbert Flcot and J
Wednesday was a busy and profi
table afternoon at tho Library sow
ing rooms where members of tho A.
1 k N. Club and guests mot to ply their
'needles In lied Cross work.
Mrs. J. IC llratton was hostess to
the Club and guents, Dainty refresh
mollis wore served The club mem
bers present were, Mesdamcs. S K.
Martin, J F Hooller, Geo, ChttJttaln,
C H. Bowman, II - Wattenburg.
Jnnu'ti K. Uriitton,
The RiieHtg present, were Mosdames
Thulium Hamilton, Ivor I Hill, Carl
Adams, Mlnnlo Seargont, O. W. Hob
urtsnn. Chns Graves, G. A. Krause, II.
1 Momyor. A. L. Wlnnak, C. B. Illlcy,
Clias. B. Otuy. and J. H Hamilton.
A Tamale a day keeps the Klu
uwny, At Arnold's Chill I'nrlor
croM Klamath ave. on Sixth
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WANTED. TO BUY lloriiv buK)!r
and harness. ;alao Jersey cow com
'lug fresh soon. 334 Michigan ave.
Five dollars will bo awarded for
tho best suggestion for a now fun
making featuro for tho Mardl Ores.
All Ideas for aiding In a good, whole
somo time are solicited Address re
plies to postofflcr box 214, city. 18-6t
MODOC FEED AND S.l.i;S
Huron and HarneoM bought. Sold
Horses to hay, noon feed ;r.e
Horses to hy by the day fiQe
Horses to hay and grain, ilav Ji
Horses to hay and grain, noon SOc
Comer 6h anil Wultnit
M. J. NYHART, HOILXCK V.
FOR QUICK SALE
I am closing out my line of Indiana Truck. I
have one left a 3VVtn machirA, and for a
quick gale I'll make, you a price thai. WILL
SAVE YOU $1,200. You know the Indiana
Truck there it none better but I am going to
confine myaelf to the Fordton Tractor and Ford
Automobile the best in their line.
FORD GARAGE Ninth and Main
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You'll hunt ajtemy pipe'ao quick and
get so much tobaccdjoyout of every
puff you'll wish you had been born
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new to every man fond of a pipe or a home
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grance is Prince Albert's freedom from bite and parch
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We tell you to smoke your fill at any clip jimmy
pipe or mafcin's cigarette without a comeback I
Toppy r- 6aft. tidy rtsf tbu. hmnit ptvmi
hair pound Hn humidor and tkmt elovr, pimcileol
pound eryital glati humidor with p"f tmlMontt
top that howpt tho I o6aco In oueh ptrfoet condition.
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