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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 21, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FILLS, OREGON
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THIS nOXD STUDIO MOVES.
t n ityj.tit oiuuiu nuvnN cquippca 10 nnnwe mo ocuer ciass 01
?r ti.j o...j. .., .. L . ork to which we cater, and the pub-
iI?i!i .nA !'J!h,ch has been c Is cordially united to visit our
about March 4st. Wo 'will bo fully Agency Tor Healths and accldant- tttr
j ., surance. 12-tt
announces the preliminary
showing of Spring Hats;
also the opening of a "Five
Dollar Trimmed Hat De
0 February the 24th
NINE CARLOADS OF
CATTLE FOR SOUTH
D. M, McLomore, a cattle buyor,
vfrho Is here for a tow days from San
Francisco Is making arrangements to
ship sovon cars of cattlo to Trcs Pin
ess, Callfornla'tomorrow. Ho bought
the stock from I.uke Walker and will
ship It thero for further teodlng. Ho
also plans to ship two more cars next
i4 Tsea1 Piano
A good used plnno with the guar-
anteo of a responsible dealer behind
it is a better investment than a cheap
new piano guaranteed by a factory
three thousand miles oft.
May we show ou what we hare?
EARL SHEPHERD CO..
PIANOS, VICTROLAS, RECORDS
Xext Door to Postofflce.
Per fumes, and Toilet Waters
Possessing Distinctive Charms ....
" There are so many varieties of perfumes and
toilet waters that it is impossible to select one
best suited to your personality merely from
reading descriptive advertisements.
You should come to our perfume department
and test the various odors of the world's leading
perfumers. In this way something may. be se
lected which holds a distinctive charm for-you.
, Our perfumes and toilet waters come from the
best laboratories of Europe and America, and
we guarantee them to be fresh and high grade.
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Vv KLAMATH FALLS OREGON TfSwl
V WHERE. PARTICULAR PEOPLE lU
I urTxV I BUY THEIR DRUGS UcgligAcVI
Special Saturday Attractions
Join the crowd at the MODERN SHOE STORE.
We are offering some special bargains in Men'
and Boys'- Shoes.
LOT No. 1 -Men's tan and black dress,
, shoes, worth $6.50, at $5.00
" LOT No. 2 Men's tan and black dress
'shoes, .regularly $7.50, at v...$6.25
LOT No, 3 Men's tan and black dress
, shoes, regularly $8.75 to $9.50, at $6.75
' LOT No. 1-Good calf school shoes, double
soles, worth $3.00, for $1.95
LOT No. 2 Tan and black dress shoes,
, different style lasts, regular-$4.50, sale $3.25
These shoes are new and fresh stock 'and ex
ceptional bargains. Come early.
TWODERN SHOE STORE
' GEOW. BRADLEY, Mgr. 727 Main St
DRESSES AND COATS
Are here in advance Spring showing. Thanks to our earjy selection, we have already received
most satisfactory assortments of new Spring SUITS, COATS, DRESSES, and other shipments
5 are on their way or to ,be forwarded soon. Here wc merely touch on each group.
This section holds much pleasure for the woman or miss interested in seeing
what form the new Suit Modes for Spring take. The new Box Suite, for which
a high popularity is predicted, are worthy of special attention. These with the
Vestees of rich material in plain or handsomely embroidered effects aro e.x
ecuted in luxurious new fabrics. Cutaway effects are also seen. Belted styles
also continue in vogue. . 1
PRICES RANGE FROM $30.00 UP
The new Dolmans are.perhaps the leaders in the section devoted to women's
Coats and Wraps. Short box coats are also prominently to the fort. Materials
are of. the most richly serviceable or.der. Liningsjare in a diversity of pleasing
designs and colorings. Henna, of course, is well represented, ana "many other
new shades are to be seen. New conceits are shown in collars.
PRICES BEGIN AT $20.00
NEW SPRING DRESSES
He Comes lip Smiling !
AT THE STAR THEATER
"THE MAX WITHOUT A COUNTRY
Edward Everett Hale had a mes
sage for every American and tn his
story of "A Man Without a Country"
that message is recorded. Stand by
the Flag was the message and every
one who reads that story will be a
better American for having done so.!
The story was founded on fart and
that other boys might be spared the
fate of poor Philip Nolan was tho in
spiration for tho author. Let every:
boy read the story.
And now we have it on the screen.
verile, real and presented in a master
ful manner. Mr. Arnold Daly as
"Philip Nolan" portrays that diffi
cult character with much credit to
himself and to bis author.
That every boy and girl may have
an opportunity to see this picture, a
special Saturday matinee will be giv
en at two o'clock at the Liberty
MOOSE HALL DAXCE.
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This is by no means the least interesting
of the departments devoted to new apparel
for spring. There are dresses for street,
business, afternoon, dinner and evening
wear in such variety of new materials, styles
and colorings as one would never expect so
early in the season. Skirts elect a narrow
simplicity. Prices will come in the nature of
a surprise so moderate they are
BEGINNING AT $12.50
Saturday night we dance our dance.
Our dance IsMmprovlng a better at
tendance each dance. The Peerless
Orchestra with the latest music
Wish to announce hereafter will be
me very auorieai luiciiuissiuu iw
tween dances. They will give in music
anything the dancers want. Tho floor
is fine. Come In. 20-3t
Learn the Oriental Fox Trot
The most graceful and beautl
fol of all Fox Trots.
NEW SPRING PETTICOATS
A large shipment of now pottlcoats has ar
rived. The showing includes Pottlcoats of
Silk Jersey In now shades. Also wo now show
a complete line of EXTRA slzo In many new
floral designs. Moderately priced
S4.00, S.VOO, S0..10, 98.no
SALE SILKS & DRESS GOODS
40-Inch Crepe de Chine our regular stand
ard .quality. All new leading spring shades.
Including black and white.
Special Male Price, per il. 9I.."U
One lot of Fancy Dress and Waist Silks,
values up to $2.00 per yard.
Special Hale Price, per 'l. 9 1. HO
All wool French Serge, 50 Inches wide; ono
lot of black only, sold-elticwborc it $3.00. Our
Special price only 92.2A. 's
All wool fancy plaids in sklat lengths; only
one of a pattern. Each 912.50.
NEW WHITE GOODS
Advance spring showing. Fresh Miowy
fabrics for Spring and Summer wearables In
a multitude of weaves, from tho dainty sheer
Voiles to the sturdy lines..
Daily Nainsook or flno Kgri'tlnn Cotton, :I6
to 40 inches wide 40o, 30e mill 7.V.
NEW FLAXON FOR SPRING
One of the prettiest of nil rubrics for Spring
tor Summer; linen weavo, linen finish, checks,
stripes, plaids and small conventional designs.
Fast wash colors. Price per !. 40c
BEST SPRING GINGHAMS
Complete spring shipment of fancy plaid
,nnd staple check and stripes; apron or dross
Ginghams. Good fast wash colors,
Kjkk-IiiI, per (!. S.V
BED SPREAD SPECIAL, $2.75
Good weight, plain hemmed, honeycomb
$!& DRESS GOODS
Pjfi IN ENDLESS
Write for Samples of
SPRING AND SUMMER
We Pay all Charges
The Woman's Store
H. N. 1V10E, Prop.
Are the MostPractical
They cut without waste
and have a Cutting Chart
On Tuesday evening, February 2S,
sonic order will entertain with a ban-!At t,,c Temple Tonight, Mdle Polo
TimiLLS OF CIRCUS
BROUGHT TO SCHF.EN.
quet and program at the Masonic
hall. An Invitation Is extended to all
A'nsons In good standing and their
wires, Eastern Stars and their bus
bands, and those taking part in the
nrotrram. Vlnltlne Masons anil RuHt-
jern Stars cordially InvltPd. Geo. C.
Ulrlch. W. M.: Nelllo Van Riper.
I Matron. ' 21-3t
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. Breakfast Taste A'k.
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and Eileen Sedgenlck.
"The Lnro Of The Circus" With Ed-dlc-1'olo
lint, Punches GhIoh.
j Do you remember the hides lib-
nuio tang 01 mo sawausi nni;r
Can ou recalh the "Ice cr -cd
'emo" of tho white-coated attendant
nr tha rmicnun pnll nt thn nn.iniit von.1
dor; the ronr.of the lions mingling j
wth the multitudinous shouts of tho
spectators and performers, and tho
giand finale of tho threo-rlng l-nr-forinancc
when tho chariot) d:uih
madly round the outer circle, the
foam-flecked horses urged to their
utmost endeavors by the cries of tho!
All this and more can again be eii..
Joyed by attending the Temple theat
le whero "The Lure of the Circus," at
master. Universal serial, with Eddie'
Polo Is uhown, I
Aerial stunts ncvor bo fore attempt
ed outside a circus ring; bareback
riding that will recall the ambition
you had when a boy tn marry a girl
in pink tights who Jumped thru the
hoop; a street parado, that as a kid
you waited hours on tho street corner
to see, will be features of the nerlal.
In preparing the sconnrlo Director
McGowan, noted for his daring con
ceptions In the Helen Holmoi vla
of rallroid pictures, wbb Riven frej
rein In the matter of oxpenen and with
the assistance of owners and pr
former of aareral Urge circus com
panies a Incorporated ccry Inter
esting end exciting episode In circus
life in the big serial.' It
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On Sale Saturday
Four Bars for Thirty Cents
I 5-10-15-25c Store -
YOU come to the table with an
early-morning freshness. No
hot, harsh tongue no rough, oticky
teeth. Instead, a cool, clean, re
freshed feeling that lasts long.
This Cool, Clean, Klenzo Feeling
ia more than a "taste." It meana
that countless little taete nir ves have
been freed from the stable eecretiona
which make the mouth feel hot and
aticky. That's the reason your op.
petite is better after you uae Klenzo.
Takt horn a I today.
GARICH'S GROCERY NEWS
KIjAMATH FAM.N, OIIKGON, KIIHMY, FKBHUARV St, 1019
When ou "'patronize home In
dustries, what do ou do?.. You
keep your dollar workiiiR right
here In town. You help toward
employing home labor, help the
farmer dispose of his cream, grain
and feed.' You help the. home mer
chant and jou help oursclf. That
is why I sell and ak ou to but
Martin Urns. Crater Lake and
Anchor llrund Flour,
Keep jour ee on this column,
for it nlll guide you to the choicest
bargalnit of the week. This week I
made a dandy buy In Noap. There
Irt no hotter laundry noup In tho
Hcirhl than White Ileor, and that
Ix'uhy I nm selling it. I also made
u good buy in .Netted Gem Pota
Ioch. You henellt from both, for I
nm offering them to jou at!
White Dear Laundry. Hoop i
Twenty IJnr gi.oo
Ono Hundred liars fl.75
100 lbs. Fancy Netted Gem Pota
toiw, dellvcrea, 1.70.
LOG CADIN HYRUI'
Kver tante Log Cabin Hjrup?
It's Jwst like that old Mpln 8ap
riyrup we used lo got 'way lrk ta
Malno. You can't tell the differ
ence. Pour It on some pnncokei
made from Prepared Phi"-"1"
Flour,"and your breakfast Is com
plete, especially If ou huo a cup
of our delicious M. J. B. Coffee-
FIRST CLASS GOODS
STAR DRUG CO.