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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 6, 1919)
Tlll'ltHDAV, MARCH u ,0
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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K.K.K. Store's Special Sale for Friday and Saturday
EXTRA SPECIAL Oregon Cassimere Suits, Regular $25.00
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, $14.85
Levi Strauss and Can't-Bust-'Em Overalls, $1.75 the pair; Canvas Gloves, heavy weight, two
pairs for 25c; Leather Faced Canvas Gloves, first quality, regular 50c, now 35 c. 20 per cent
on all Woolen Shirts. 25 per cent off on all Mackinaws. 33 1-3 off on all Sweaters.
Bargains in Overcoats that you Can't Duplicate Anywhere
Leading Clothiers J K K. STORE Leading Hatters
TREE TICKETS AT THE LIBERTY.
. A new advertising plan for tho
famouj Rogers silverware has been
Inaugurated by the Rogers Company.
Instead of spending millions of dol
lars In magazine and newspa
per "advertising, the company has de
cided to nut a certain ntnnnnt of I
their goods In every home and let the , L lle . ., . eT , -. 'shape; aro we not to he considered?
goods speak 'for themselves T this rresente.d, n p.ltnte?.idaJE tol -",n?-', or must we stand back until the 'Cov.
will distribute cards to their custom-
Editor Herald Theno has been
Counties. Whereas the roads that are '
being mainly Improved are for the
benefit of strangers and would bo
County boosters of our "Scenic Boau-
l ties." via Crater Lake and the Lava
Bods. Now 'are we who live ajl the
winter in the snoWf-md mud. andiiay '
the taxes, and content to get part of
our mail any old time and in- any .
Klamath bounty News
IS LATEST DISEASE
CHICAGO, March C It lias be-
rnntoi ktimvti thnt thn "iitP4Miliie itlck
ness," known to physicians as eneep-
I liniiaiD IVIUHlbiHi u it;iiuiivui ..-
they have selected a reprcsenta- woMlie'Koodhare of ' th?road ' ctod. To.ur'st' ,.8Upp,,2 w,,,h pave;', Tho nchcrs of this vicinity whose njy, which, following In the wnko of
Ji"!L" HJiJ "c"?.. m.ml'hatE1s to be pt ufac"' Th h' ..V5ET 'VE0. " be Irrigated by means of a England's influenza epidemic, struck
win uiaiuuuiv varus 10 mcir cusium- . . .u- - i- - .... v .-... t. .... ...o.. ..... ... . - . ..., .... . . .. ., ...
ers and all that Is necessary to do to ca' uu HUU" m 'us " "iiic a narrow, self-conceited Idea to want pumping piani, lor wnicn mey navo terror to London ami oilier r.ngium
v . . . "- yvcoo w "v M . finnan 711 nnrt no tn nAttnnn KAto -:. -. . .. .-. .. .- .. ...'... . ..-.. .
obtain this valuable silverware is ,X.r. ...tir ," ,vr T""' -,V- sonie 0I llle comions w"ie wo exisi earnestly wonted ror somo time, reit cities, lias appeared in ciiicago ami
. u i i ,ii. :. forth 'this Is the main artery that hum nr nm-i.m,,, ihnni,i mm- nut . .. ' . "
'" "?f?v "uol""Ba ca.8- "" "'? feeds Klamath County from the East "X.' ...r """ " ." ZZT "". 7" ""' repaid ror tnoir enorts wnon, otrior nortnern Illinois cities.
reverse iae 01 eacn earn u pnniea nnH .,, ,nB , nk .,.. trnvol ,. -"".'" ..'-u.f-.?V
the number of cards necessary to
and all the Lake county travel must wlth tho80 -TourUts"
hnd nnrl ntnr
but then we woru was received saiuraay inai an
Four victims of tho curious malady
uuiuuer vi torus utrcesisar iu .... ,.. lhi. ., v... n... Ih,n ...... ww .... . --., ... .- ..... . . ... . .... . . . ... ..,
uve to obtain the various articles. A : . . . . . .", " " .i -Xv. arc UD awnst mat pnraso, "vno appropriation hail been made for this nave oeen rcporicu in wm-aiiu
beautiful display of the sliver may ;rhw ' '""jr.VTJ,r, n nu.P1?8 Tr.0W Jt"l?9.' or ca"- purpose. No end to possibilities in! far. Of tlfcsc. two died. Tho othr
nnr nnnrn in nn sn .nw. in nil rnnn i ..... . . ..
l." J ,- " :" ..;ri..Vi " 7. . .""VT ! this spptlon whn Irrlmtlon u a. -two victims nave oecn Riven up uy
Ul HUU ilUltl till UULVJUUIIXU DUIUU-' "- ---- -
be' Been In the show window at 621
ty has been divided Into 3 Road Dis
4vlnlf Ina mknt rtnMM9 fl a .m
Main Street, opposite the Utterly ,"t 7, ' ,. A'r' '. !.V..
Tho.tr. Th.n K.lr.oo ,. nl wnuiun l""l vcr mill w lue
be distributed by the Palace Market,
funds raised from taxation for road
S7.rK; ," a.-' SST-'t "'..' purposes must be spent in the Road
... ;.j n.... .-i .i- tii. District wherein It Is assessed
Company. Ford Oarage and the Lib
erty Theatre. One card will be given
'to each purchaser of a twenty cent
ticket at the Liberty Theatre at every
performance, absolutely free. It
tho old order of things, Tere
vogue we would .have "(and I believe
It should be so) a Road District of
each and every voting precinct In
Klamath County, and for that mat-
. M ter the State at large should have
Some bay, those flae Oregon Cas. just this law. Then one part of the
abnere all-wool $25.00 Salt for $14.85 county could not uteal the funds that
at the K. K. K. Store for Friday and should be spent in a given locality to
Satarday. 6-3t J improve another part and let the peo-
I pie of the robbed district continue
"Some-one, Just for a Joke, asked t0 improve a favored section Inde
for some swee-potato seeds. The finitely. Perhaps this is Charity,
clerk hunted all thrn the seeds but Now this road' has to be traveled
could find no sweet-potato seeds and 3C5 days in each year to "distribute
finally appealed to the boss. i the U. S. Mails of this and Lake
point. I believe that any road that is surcd
compelled to be traveled for the pur-l ... . .,. ,,,
pose of carrying the U. S. Mill or In I Mr- and Mrs- H- E- vf'lHoa ro tno
other words, "Post Roads," should i proud parents of a daughter, Hattle
have tho first consideration of our Emelinc, born Wodnesday. Tebruary
county courts. Simply because a man .,,,,. "
lives In the remote part 'of the coun- "J D
ty Is no reason why he docs not on-i Thu Shasta View school enjoyed a
yH d'hB hh? W.h.'tnfJV-m vhlt trom ono of thclr "eon. Mr.,
and may.be able (If the tourist will' . .
tell blm) how to vote for president atjz,,InPr Friday, who gave a most in-
the next election. terestlng talk on present conditions
Now, as the Oregon legislature has ,n Austrla Hungary.
adjourned and It in all Its wise and
legal acts, handed tho "Initiative and I Mrs. Etta Sewell of KlamaTfc Falls
Referendum" down to the several. js visiting her sister .Mrs. C. M. Kirk-
tage of that law and adjust matters Par'cIt'
&&m. aaaaagSaiaaaaaa !W
44allHii' nlWjL A mm Mmm
such as the court house fight, county
roads and so on, as the resolution
simply confine? itself to "County
Laws" and is made in the broadest
sense It was possible to make it.
These long nights, stormy days,
and muddy roads make us all cross;
So If this don't find the waste basket
wo will speak again in the future. If
we don't get stuck In the mud going
to the P. O. J. O. HAMAKER.
1 For Chinese Needles, Tamales aud
i Chill Con Came, go to Arnolds Chili
Parlors, cpr. Sixth and Klamath. S-tf
" 'Aw, go on,' grinned the clerk,
'you can't kid me. Birds Is hatched
from eggs.' " Los Angeles Times.
Knox Hats, Nettleton Shoes head
and foot favorites exclusively at the
6-3t K. K. K.. STORE.
J. L. Bailey was a. business visitor
at Merlrll the first of tho week.
Mary Cotera was a pleasant visitor
at our school one day last week.
physicians to a sleep from which It
Is belloved they will never waken.
Beoman Oigood Jr., 13 of .Mar. '
sefJes, III., was the last to be re-'
ported suffering fiom tho illsfiiso. Ho
fell asleep seven days ago, Kffortn
of his parents to arouse him fulled (
Dr. Chas. Klllott of Chicago, li sped-)
allst at dIagnoRls.'was summoned and
pronounced the boy a victim of Uio,
"sleeping sickness" and predicted the .
boy would sloop until death .seized
With the opening of March it reminder of
your spring wardrobe. Get them cfUt, look them
over; if they need cleaning call up "30J', which
will connect you with the beat French, Dry and
Steam Cleaning plant in Eastern Oregon.
Call and Deliver Free of Charge.
Prices same as in the cities.
D. & M. CLEANING CO.
M. B. DREW
Sixth and Main.
P. H. MERRILL
'It may be that wo had this year's
winter last winter. Detroit News.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR SALE A few tons of good al
falfa hay. In stack, near cometory
gate; first class hay for milk com.
CAR NEARLY 3 YEARS
OLD SELLS BEYOND
l.TEKi:.STI.J ItKSAl.i: IIIHTOUY
OK A DKMONSTRATOH .
John E. Drehor, 1135 Lincoln
Phone 217 V.
Have you heard
, the latest?
' the Victor Records of the latest popular songs
and vaudeville hits; the newest interpretations
by the world's greatest vocalists and instrumen
talists; the thrilling renditions of the leading
bands and orchestras?
Step into .this shop and ask for any selec
tions you wish to hear. Its a real pleasure to
play your favorite music for you.
I "The new March Victor Records are
"M the best so far this winter. They will
Private lessons In Select Ball
room Dances at tho
Every afternoon, '2:30 to 5:30.
By Appointment. Phone 181
MR. FRED KILLEXDAHL
Tbo high school boys of Fort
Klamath recently organized an ath
letic club, the A. R. "A.'s, and a game
of basketball was played at the club
room Saturday evening with a team
of Fort Klamath townsmen. Tho end
of the first half found the score In
favor of the townsmen, 14 to 12. This
served to arouse the A. R.A.'s for the
second half, which started with a
hard fight that continued to ths
The A. R. A.'s won with a final
score of 34 to 23. The llno-up was
Clinton WiIey....centor.. Harol Wlmer
Loran Moon R. F. Ben Noah
Recce Pome"roy.L. F Loifls Wlmer
DnlioW Wntla T? fl Drill fnon
Millard Driscoe..L. Cf...Marcus Brewer!
Forester Looseloy, Referee
Tho A. R. A.'s haye challenged the
high school girls for a game, to be
played in the near future.
' Tho basketball game was followed
by a dance, the first since the flu ban
"The resale prlco U tho unanswer
able nrgiiniciit iih to tho stutun of a
cur In the public mind," said John A.
Duller, president of tlin llutlnr Mnlnr
Car Company, Kansas City nutomo-l
BE PRETTY. T
TRY fll..l).MOTIIi:ifh 1 11,1) FA
VORITE RECIPE OK S.WiK TKA
FOR RENT Housekeeping rooms, i ,; r"'.'"" ..""" la:
Third near Main. Phone 343. Mf J, ,;- "
. I lfll 11 Ihlilll .! a A Annlakll luu.. ....
-Underwood typewriter. - -n-' "
F0 REV'Jiore' n 'iCc ooZ
f&W 6-lf I "In Fohruary. 1915. we showed
,EARL SHEPHERD CO.,
- Next door Postoffice
na.Mi f w-r,
The standard Amy Shoe made from
top-grade materials by topinotch work
men under expert supervision.
All the more reason why vou should
insist on the Bockhecht Army Slioe
and accept no other.
Worn by thousands of men in all
walks of life
Ofica Men Hikers
Attorney Fanners .
Look for the name Buckhecht
stamped on the sole of every Shoe.
Manufactured by .
BUCKINGHAM & HECHT, San Francisco, Calif.
M BLACK EE'OII
1 GUN HCTAltSaBeaKm
jp CALF JHHa
When used am a fuel, Is n very
efficient wood, for tho rcnNon
that, in Ute first place, tho limbs
of a pine or fir tree contain
much more pitch tlmn the body,
therefore they .mnko much
more heat tluiii body wood.
Peyton's limb wood It "wood
to bum," being properly cured
and thoroughly dry, it is of su
perior quality, and will go much
farther than ordinary limb
Phone in your order at once,
nnd allow un a little time, If
possible, as we aro very busy
these days, and tho niiidly
Mrecffl will not allow us to
Wc'oIho handle the pick of
the market in Ulocks, Blub,
Rody Wood, Coal and Fuel Oil.
KLAMATH FUEL CO,
Phone 11211 '
original ucmonstrator, .No. 101, to
, tnreo thousand pcoplo nt our opening,
Tho cur was then sold, and In Docom.
bur of tho samo year was resold to
mo united Slates, Stock Food Co.
"in January this company bought a
now car, unu wo again took posses
sion of No. 101 In trade. For somu
months wo usad this car to demon
strate tho romarkablo durability of
the finish. Wo cleanod up tho car,
repainted tho wheels, put on now
i fenders and actually vory fow pooplo
'know It was n used car until wo call
ed tholr uttontlon to tho fact.
"Flnnlly, hVAuRust, 1918, this car
was sold for I860, Just 25 moro than
Its orlginnl prlco In 191G. If any oth-
or car has u moro Interesting rosalu
history, I'll staka my Judgmont that
It's another Dodge Brothers car."
, Thu Royal Tailors' Hprlng nnd Hum
mrr Clothe are ready nt tho .
J-3t K. K, K, STORE.
Almost everyone known ttiat .
'"en and Sulphur, proper! compound
ed, brings bark the nnturl rolor iod
lustre to tho hnlr whrn fmM. inr
or streaked. Years nw tho only f
od our j ,0 got ,,t mixture was to inske It it
home, which Is muy ami Iroublt-
loine. Nowndoys, by neklng at inf
drug itore for "Wyeth's Sng nd Sul
phur Compound," you will net i Urn
bottle or this famous old recipe. In
proved by the addition of other In
gredients, for about 00 cents.
Don't stay gray! Try It I No out
can possibly tell that you darkened
rour hair, as It doos II o naturally
and evenly. You dampen a Bponge or
oft brush with It, and draw thlj
through your hair, taklur one iroell
urand at a time; by morning the grif
hair dlinppenr, and after another ap
plication or two, your unlr, become!
bnautlfully dark, g'.ossy nod attract.
John narloycorn's last order M
bo a blor. Nework News.
PRODUCED TO CONSUMER
A Large Variety oi Freth Fiih and Oyaters
THROUGHOUT THE LENTEN SEASON
All Smoked Meats at Reduced Prices
Ilrenkfust Raron Ifto
fowl , 3C
No- $1. 00
N. hi a.oo -
Loin Bacon Hacks
Sugar Cured Hhouldcis ..l
For Sale by
BRADLEY SUPPLY CO., and
K. K. K. STORE.
$72 to $82
534 Main St
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