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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 10, 1919)
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THE K. K. K. STORE
Extra Special All
Will give all returning soldiers
and sailors a liberal discount on
their civilian outfits
LEADING CLOTHIERS AND HATTERS
mff irrmh I
WANTS TO SEE
after a pause bo added: "And that's
my brother with htm."
Many a boy over here has seen
1 somo ot his relatives In these pictures
'and they are raoro successful thau
the latest humorous film ot the new
est drama. '
A. .A. A A. A,
."PARIS Correspondence Associat
mA Prnm-ThA AmArtun snldinr
wants, more than anything else in the . .
Local Red Cross
.". Activities .".
Those -present at the Sewing Ro-.m,
Monday March 3. were Mesdane;
Percy Eifin. Auctla Ilnyrtcii". h. E.
Tuesday, March 4 were Mesdames
J. M. Johnson, R. A. Emmltt, W. T.
Shive. J. H. Hamilton, W. J. Stein-
EE IS FREEDOM
Thnrii will bo n Hinted comulunl
rntldii of Klalimlli UhIro No. 77. A.
K & A. M nt the Imll on .Monday ova
nliiK. Mivrch 10, nt 7:30 p. in. A full
iittcntlnncK Is di'nlri'd. The Bpcrelary
will bo nl hln dunk nt 7 p, in. to at
tend to (lnunclnl business O. C. Ap
I Mr. Agnes II Ksktlon i x ih,
Kikolson store, an. I lm wouM Itlo
to moot those who Imvo an ntcotiit
with her. n.(l.
Los Angolps,' Calif.
Editor Herald, Klnmnth Kails. Or.
Dear Sir I notlco In your Iskuo of
February 25th. where Senator lim.. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
win nnrl lfrnrBntitnf Ivn M.irrvmmi
had Introduced In the sonnto a Joint
I memorial and -resolution asking thn
Oregon delegation In congress to o
FOU (.'IIINENK X(M)I)I,,M
TAMAI.KH M (1111,1 nN' CAIWK
Arnold's Chili Parlor
KOIt SAl.i: Small amount semi
Ixwirdlons ix'oil ryu of excellent
Krnilt. Clillcota & .Smith. IQ-tt
Corner Hlklh nnil KUmslli
Tl-iff" i"i" i" "r1!-"tt ",i",'i'iin-i-riji.riAjij-ui.ri.ij
world right now, to go home. For
"the 500,000 or more who still have Travis Heustou and J. D. Heuston
Weary weeks ahead of them here and went to Langell Valley Friday on
with the Army of Occupation, the business.
xt best thine is to see Dlctorej of F. W. Bold has returned from a
their home towns. bnsineas trip' to Portland.
. fThese nicturca are bolnr 8h0wn to ' MrB- Oeo- Maxwell was in Bonanza
them in the miles aad miles of Alms ' yesterday visiting her daughter. Mrs:
called "Smiles." distributed to the j K- ' Bo,d--
.... .u. r.-i uin di- 1 Bonanza
vauuB us ,uiv uvuitutiaiu wwhvm -
tre Bureau of the. Young Men's tha lta share of tormweather dur
hrfatian Association. Probafciy there ; "8 the past month, but now there Is
We a hundred miles ot the films. a Promise of spring.
I Travis Heuston is engaged in help-
Ilng Frank Gross feed stock on his
ranch In Langell Valley.
Olenn Burk has been sick this
. t week and nnable to work.
m. inrasner, u. A. .Ncwnham. v. E.'-,. n....in. ,. a.... n. na oecome a part or tne stnto ot, van
i .. , , ... v;aniornia.
has been having1 more
. Tho movies are taken everywhere
from Times Square to the Cliff Houso.
They show the familiar streets and
tie familiar landmarks and the fa
miliar faces, and then they are rush.
ed over here to the boys,, and to say;
-.lldlv indeed. W" SCHOOi
The pictures are not shown lndls-
crlminately. When a picture from! The school children gave a party
New York, orKansas City, or Seat-, for Miss Ethel Mack Friday night, in
tie; or anywhere efse, arrives it is honor of her birthday. Those present
'sent Immediately to the military or-jwere Kenneth Stewart, Walter Fol
sjknlzatlons hailing from that partic- som, Allen Lloyd, Charles Green,
iular locality, and It only needs a sim-j Ernes t-Folsom, Roan Green, Nettie
yie announcement to the effect that a ( Green, Ruby Scbrelner, Irene Folsom,
home town movie win, be shown to, Ethel Scbrelner, Stella Schrelner,
Doris Lloyd and Wilma Lloyd. All
present reported a good time.
Mrs. W. C. Folsom and Mrs. Win.
Cheyne visited one day this week
Mrs. Frank Stewartr'
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Schrelner and
shown, a soldier rose from his seat i Ward Dolan transacted business in
and-shouted, "There's my dog!" then the city Saturday,
SAN FRANCISCO. March 10
Simulating thn centln bovine tn ullt) euro the Dassaco of n hill iim-mltllnir
mctz, L. N. Hiines. Sam Francis, G. pMt B jne of gentries during the re- Klamath County to bo annexed to
HUNT Six room modern un-
ftlrnNltrtt hntlm filrnfli-ft; limvA?
Now .to bo sure, a eruat niiinv npii-'.,.. .... .... .,.,. .. .wn.i... u .
Wednesday, March 5 Mesdames ' ployed by Tim Murray, an Irish pie will consider It as a Joko. but In iiii,m, ' in."!
Gilbert Fleet, W. C. Townsend. Em- truck drlvervfor the army, according my estimation the caso Is one for voryi
ma Grlgaby, M. S. 8argent. S. T.' to a report receivod yesterday Jiy Al- serious thought. The facts nro that .... SA,y. Tho Mcamcr Min.a.
Actlvltlss, ... '.,,, . !,", I also two bnrKcs. sixes ns follews:
gon, was the devico successfully em-
Thursday, March 6 Mesdames
0. Mitchell. L. E. Sullivan.
. ,.. . ... oal i"ni oi ner souincrn count os, ,.,,... ,..,, ,,. .." " menn
mt War .Activities. and mMt e3poc,ay ,lcr southeastern ', ''" "', '"V ',". 7i" '"
imbus. I ones, except on election or tax limes.1'",!': . "JT nh ,i ) i' t 1,1..
of the 'Private. who and I think we ,are too far away fr.B1 LuZm' .ff?'-
Summers, J. N. Guthrie. Stella Skll. ern Department
Ungtcn, O. R. Manning, H. Droofi- ern Department
fSold, L. E. Sullivan. I Knights of Columbu
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c .. . """i. " .'"" iv '.: """ p.rr: r'.rhM. w ''""
Iuiaua a noiaa l live a vow so eiicci- - "- ., - . --
ively night after night that he had !"5om thAl " J1. ,,n" .B," ,, .N,t.
FrlH-v Mnrrh 7 Xfo.Hmo.nil-1 ... .. t .. lur l" "" "UKn I may UV " . "" '...' '." ""''" -"","""
. V. rs' Z . .. I ' w ",,U"BU mistaken, that the northern counties
bert Fleet. Carey Ramsby, J. N. Gun-j him, was told to Bagley In a report of California stand In tho same rein
thrie, Gus Johnson, Ida Gibson, A. i from Thomas D Ferguson, K. of C. llons w"n that state, although I nui
E. Orem. Miss Alta Ralps. Fred Fleet, secretarv at tha northern camn ' sure California would welcome tho
Third and Main. Phone 349, 10-n
Prlvnte Irwon In HHrct lUli
room Dunrfvi at thn
Every aftrrnoon, :HO to 5:89.
By Appointment. I'hon 181
MR. FRKI KII.I.KNDAHI.
Ed. Martin, M. S. Sargent, C. A. Bunt.
lng, K. Van Riper, L. E. Sullivan.
Saturday March 8. Mesdames
M. S. Sargent, Geo. Humphrey, L. E.lOn0 dar ono of tho e0
Sullivan. (41 for week)
ck the Y, M. C. A. but or theater
,t? the limit as. many times as It Is
p'ossible to show the film before taps
Some days ago in Coblenz, while a
picture from Chicago was' being
I Oak or ,Mhngan- ' Oak or Mahogany
Evictrola XI., U Victrola XI., ft 15
j? Hear every other make of Phono-
f' ' Krapfa, and then compare them with
the Victrola X, 900.00, and Victrola
.p"r -; -,' xi.. 9HO.OO.
,V 5. . . 'M ' Convenient terms to responsible
t - m people.
A call has been issued from Nntion
nl Headquarters for certain knitted
articles for the use of the women
and children in tho war devastated
.The recent request to Chapters t-
j"stack their needles" was b3sod on
the fact that all garments .necessary
for the,use of the soldiers and sailors
are made and In stock.
We are now faced, however, with
another need, that of the deitltnte
women and children. This need la
to a degree which few of us at home
can possibly realize. Pitiable stories
are told of thousands of children who
are barefooted and- barelegged wiilio
snow and ice Is upon the ground. To
help In this emergency we are isl:ei
to knit up the supply of yarn on hand
in Chapters and Division Warehouse
as soon as possible.
Wo trust that every knitter will
plan to get their yarn and push the
work forward as rapidly as possible.
This Is an appeal to the womon
and children of America to assb', the
women and children of less fortu
nate countries. The task of knfttlr.g
articles for the soldiers and sailors
has been done and finished. We trust
that our knitters will take up this
new work with equal enthusiasm.
EARL SHEPHERD CO.,
Next door Postoffice
i .' ilC9SS8r ?
Oak or Mahogany
Victrola X., 0O
It 's Here
The long awaited sequel to
"Riders of the Purple Hage"
We will show
The Rainbow Trail
Direction VM. FOX
Sec how LasMlter escapes
Loam the fate of Kay Lurkln
nnAvnt Inn nt IT In m si 11,..,...,..-
Murray, like hundred, of fala fellow cal,forn,a Is now about 1.000 miles
buck privates, grew weary of the long, with hqr principal activities In
constant confinement to the 'camp, the central and southern part of tho
which state. My ideas may bo prcmnturo.i
hn..j ohn... h v..,.j. ... ., oui in my juagmeni, me uay win
i. iw. .....b ... - - come, and it Is not very far off, when'
closo to the truck driver, and In a n part of 8outhern Oregon and part
moment was dispossessed of her bell. 0f Northorn California will be united
Thereafter, the sentries heard to form another Pacific stato, nnd un-(
nightly a lone bovine plowing thru tH BUCn "me comes, unless there Is
tho underbrush her boll tinkling with ? r!CL!',!nB? fr?m ,1!10 pnsl.'
, .. . , ,. wo cannot hope to develop lliu urcnt
regularity and clarity. The very ro- and WOndorful resources that Un
gubrlty of the performance, however, within tho torrltory of Bouthorn Om
proved Murray's undoing. A suapl- gon and Northorn California. Now,
clous sentry, lying In wait for the"' am not writing you theso lines to
lovl oti aririimant nm nvflnlo lfu.
cow, came upon the young Irishman T,,"h. "1 i,,, "",. ', ., , "
'.i . ,i m ... t turbance, but merely ns good for
tolling the bell as he slipped through thought along the lines of our future
the lines. Thereafter, the two-legged welfare. Respectfully yours.
Dovino mooed no more.
C. B. CrilBLEH.
I Bee Charles S. Hood, Klnmatli
(Agency, the real estate agent. He
iwlU write your contracts and other
j legal papers. 12-tf
SCENES THAT MAKE "THE RAINBOW
TRAIL" A CLASSIC
He was awakened by violence. It was the gray
hour before dawn. Dark forms knelt over htm.
A cloth pressed down hard over his mouth.
Strong hands bound it while strong hands held
him. He could not cry out He could not strug
gle. A heavy weight evidently a man, held down
his feet. Then he rolled over, securely bound,
and carried, to be thrown like a sack. .. ..
"In an instant he realized his. position. He had
been dropped intentionally upon an ant heap,
which had sunk under his weight, wedging him
between the crusts. At the mercy of those terri
ble desert ants!" From Zane Grey's novel,
"The Rainbow Trail."
AIO FilEHDS, APPLY SflfiE TEA
SAYB TAXLAC DID HIM SO MUCH
GOOD HE WANTS TO GIVE LOOK YOUNG! IHH.VG HACK ITS
NATURAL COl.Oll, GLOSS A.NII
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"I wish I could buy every old sol
dier a bottle of Tanlac, for from the
way It has fixed me up I bollevo It I Common garden sage brewed Into a
would add years to their lives," said i heavy tea with sulphur added, will
iurn gray, sireaKeci and faded hair
Fiank D. Kendrlck, a Civil War vet
eran living at 4800 Charlotte avenu,
ceautiruiiy dark and luxuriant. Just
a few applications will prove a rovoln.
Some time back," he- continued, tion If your hair Is fading, streaked or
"I bad rheumatism so bad, and went gray, Mixing the Sage Tea and Sul
down so fast,, tpat It looked like i , pnur recipe nt home, thouah. is iron.
was on the vorgrfof a general break, blesome. An easier wbv i. t ...
down and had ibout despaired of 5-cent bottle of Wyeth's Sage and fiul.
ever walking again. I was fast losing pbur Compound at any drug store ell
what little flesh and strength I had ready for use. This Is the old time
left and could hardly get from my j recipe Improved by the addition oi
bed ia my chair. I had no appetite,; other Ingredients,
could hardly slelp and suffered con-i While wispy, gray, faded hair Is
Ftantly with beilaebes. . Oot sinful; we all dtslre to retain cur
"Aftor taking Tanlac a abort while; youthful appearance and attractive
T began to imprpvo, 1 kept ft up till, nets. By.darkenlng your hair with
I have gained thirteen pounda and J Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound
feel better and younger than I havo no one can tell, because It does It o
in years. Tanlac Just fled me with naturally, so evenly. You Just damp.
new life' and energy nd put mo on, en a sponge'or soft brush with It and
my feet again, I have a fine appetite, draw this through your hair, taking
and can walk anywhere I want to go, one small strand at a time; by mom
and hardly feeljt at all,!' ' lng all gray hairs have disappeared
Tanlac Is sold In Klamath Falls by and after another application or two
tbeStar DiugCb.Vand In Lorellr nj your hair becomes beautifully dark
the James Mere, Co. Adr. " J glossy, soft and luxuriant.
A good Peroxide should have a place in your
It is an ideal cleanser, mouth wash and an anti
septic for cuts and minor injuries.
KEEP A BOTTLE OF OUR
PEROXIDE IN THE HOME
It will save you. needless worry, because you'll
always realize that there is something handy for
the treatment of cuts and scratches.
Itis especially valuable in homes where there
PRICE TWENTY-FIVE CENTS
KLAMATH FALLS OREGON tjm w
WHERE PARTICULAR WtOPLK Vlisri
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