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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 11, 1919)
WKWAT, MARrtr It, ,
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
acquittd or chaikse
AMI THEN ltEARUKSTKD.
FIRST WARD RESIIIBXTS WIMi
VOTK TOMORROW TOR Sl'CCKS.
Llnicr Power. 'ho was trlod lit
'ore Jusllfp N J Chnpnian Svimlat
nn a chnrgo of Illegally dlsiuvfuK of
liquor In this city, Mns ncqultlril nft
or a lengthy session He was then
nuncstpii on a chige of srlllni; In.
toxicant to tlu Indians, iml Is. out on
bonds of $200 Ills lip.irhid h.is bron
ct for March 10th
SOR OP HARRY TELFORD AS
COUNCILMAN FOR CITY
Elections in Klnmnth Falls arc
getting to be such common occur
ranees that little attention Is paid to
them, and for that reason thoro. nre
very few people In the first w.nd who
remember that tomorrow thero t to
be held an election for the purpose of
selecting a councilman for the un
expired term of Harry Telford, who
resigned from that office. No one has
announced his candidacy, ami it Is
quite likely that Joe "Moore will be
chosen by the electors, as ho Ins
been elected for the next term, which
begins in June.
i;imi!N TO CALIFORNIA.
Father W O Levnsscur, who has
Wen m the city for eeral weeks
from I .os Ciatos California, left for
going to come on hi next visit when
the roads are in better condition.
to kk.sidf, in Missorm
NO MARBLE WILL
OF BILLY RHODES
Poulnpoln of Phtlnilt'lphin,
Hue for Shock When Ho
wearing a one-piece bathing suit at
Los Angeles," pursued the star,
laughingly "It was n regular bath
I lug suit ,1oo nock to knee and no
Interstices nil according to tno
bench regulations. Lot this irrespon
sible Athenian wants mo to stand up
. 'on n hox and let him give mo the
"There's nothing to It. I'm going
to stick to motion pictures, Tho pic
Ituro director Isn't always nn art pur
ist but he's moro orthodox than tho
intnK of holng nsked to null thelUrock."
motion picture screen to become a1 Miss Rhodes appoars with "Stall
statue. The very Idea of laughing lug Hill" Parsons In "Hills' Haby" to-
one particular laugh perpetually when night at tho Ltborty thonter.
one has a million laughs, all differ-1 Nothing but the gonulno lias a
cnt' place In Capitol Comedies. An en-
Llttlo Miss Hilllo 'nodes, pretty gagement rang plays an Important
100-pound sprite who appears with part In "Smiling Hilt" Parsons' first
("Smiling HIII" Parsons in "Hill's production, "Hill's Haby," Ono of
Hnbv" aha rt tlin ulinnAU- tn . 1 1 1, . titu rhnrluhpfl nnssesslons is n flvo-
thnt point Vhls morning He likes the Megs and tiny, twinkling feet is bo- karat diamond a gift of a largo Insur-
Klannth count r Immensely but is . Ing pursued by Demetrius Poulnpo- anco company in tho days when Par-
los. a sculptor of Philadelphia, who sons was a 11,000,000 n year insur
wants to sculp Miss Hilly ns "Joy" In nnco salesman. Parsons had It reset
what he calls "a poso au naturol a In to fit tho third linger of Hillle Rhodos'
Qrecque." i loft hand. Of course, after tho film
Miss Rhodes' mothor, who Is strict- was completed he had tho costly gem
Iv nrlhniliiT line wrltinn ii.., ..,., .!,, restored to Its original sotting. It
an indignant letter. In which she In
forms him that Ulllle won't pose au
naturel for anybody, being a modest
and well-conducted girl broucht un
by God-fearing parents on Knob Hill. I
&an tranclsco; also that she (Mrs
Mrs. 1). G. Terry and children left
this morning on the train for Garden
City, Missouri, where they expect to
make their home In the future. Mr.
Terry left for that point some time
ago on receipt of the news of his
Now that the war is over, Paris
hats are beginning to come over
again. Many of our dress hats are
i exact replicas of hats that less than
wno six weeks ago were in Paris. They
.-.. i.a j m .. . i were seiecieu uy uur iteui, ,ur. nurry
have resided for the past four years noss and wer we thlnk tho verJ.
In the Paisley district have returned first arrivals this season.
BACK TO LIVE IX KLAMATH.
Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Hlnkley,
to this city and expect to make their i
home hero in the future.
GERTRUDE A CO.
No. 527 Main Street.
RETURNS FROM SAD ERRAND.
J. I. Beard of the Klamath State
Bank, who was called to the bedside
of his father J. J. Beard at Albany
a short time ago, failed to get thero
until after the latter had passed
away. He bad been ill for the past 1
three months. Mr. Bea.-c! returned
RF.CKARD RENT SERVICE
Night Phone 845
Spring's Newest Millinery
Smart, distinctive hats for all occa
Inna flnr nxrnnt Innnllv Isrrn stock
oesn't at all hold with ii. .,!. k.ni,iv .vxn-thinr in
shameless hussies who stand for per-',tvi0 and colors that ore popular this
teeny oareiaced, etc., etc., statues
like those In the Louvre, tho Acado
my of Fino Arts or the National Qnl-
c... iu uiu euiueu smius OI wnoso -.-., . ATP Tf ! ACCICV
ranks M. Poulapolos declares he will, TOO LA lb IU L.LAOOlr I
elevate the coy and shrinking Hilllo
ir she win only consent to pose fori
SOLDIER GOES RACK TO CASH.
Herman Chrlsman who hag been
here on a furlough visit with his sis
ter. Miss Florence Chrlsman return. '
ed this morning to Camp Fremont, J
California. Chrlsman was identified
with the 361st regiment-of the 91st
division and was wounded in the
fighting in the Argonne forest.
Cement Work of all Kinds
Let Me Make You an
W. D. MILLER
Thn lltfln rhnernnt.linUn.1 Km.....
eyed little heroine of innumerable ,nouso-
screen successes has tried to convinco
this Important sculptor that she can
epitomize "Joy" in pajamas or even
In an evening gown built on strictly
modern lines, but the reply of the
marble cutter Is shockingly Insistent
on his original proposition.
"Mam'selle will comprehend,"
writes the sculptor. In his last appeal.
"that the lines of the human figure
are imperishable only when commit-j
ted to marble, and that the period of
youth which affords symmetry and
grace cannot be reproduced by a
sculptor from memory. Tho time. !
Mam'selle, to perpetuate pure lines '
and contours of youth is in youth's
springtime. Again I urge, with pro
found respect, that Mam'selle's lines
cannot be perpetuated in the flesh;
and may I bo pardoned If I insist that
they are of a perfection that should
Insure their preservation for the cul
ture and delight of generations unborn?"
' I never heard of such nerve, said
FOR RENT Furnished house. In
quire 605 Spring St.. back of bath
Music Brings Memories
II :9nMj i 3L ""j II fn I lHtLiZ3 I
Must be filed on or before March 15th. If you are not
acquainted with the new provisions of the law, drop Into
the First National Bank and let us advise you.
Information, suggestions and advice are alno parts of
good service at this banking headquarters.
"THE BANK THAT HELPS BUSINESS"
Player selections that
Missitnodes. wnopoutingiyadmttedievoj.e $weet memories and
that she had received nine letters, , , ,, . ri t
from the sculptor, and has preserved I lOndreCOlleCtlOnS. rleaSHlgiy
them all, hoping that Poulapolos arrano-ed and nlaved.
EARL SHEPHERD CO..
might turn out to bo a regular fel
"Why, I nearly got arrested for'
DROPS OF MAGIC!'
. LIFT OUT CORNS
Sore, touchy corns stop hurt
ing, then lift right out
Next Door to Postofflce.
& First National Bank
Nothing Like It
If you will have the best thing going in the
way of "eats," and something that will fill the
bill just right on any special occasion, just step
to your phone, call 200, and order a can of
COMES IN TWO SIZES, 30c and 50c
Wellman's Can Goods are the best packed,
and we guarantee every can or money back.
For a few cents you
can get a small bottle of
the magic drug freezone,
recently discovered by a
Just ask at any drug
store for a small bottle of
freezone. Apply a few
drops upon a tender,
aching corn or callus and
Instantly all soreness dis
appears and shortly you
will find the corn or cal
lus so loose that you can
lift It off with the lngers.
Just think! Not ono
bit of pain before apply
ing freezone of after
wards. It doesnt even
Irritate the surrounding
Hard corns, soft corns,
or corns between the toes, also hard
ened calluses on bottom of feet,
shrivel up and fall off without hurt
ing a partlcal. It is almost magical!
Ladlcs!s Keep a tiny bottle on
tiie dresser, "and never let a corn or
, callus ache twice. Adv.
It Isn't economy and it
Isn't wise to buy anything
but the best in drugs.
We have gained the con
fidence of our customers by
selling drugs of the highest
quality only. You cannot
buy any other kind here,
and you are always safe
and sure that nothing but
the best drugs will be sold
in this store.
Saturday, March 15
H. N. MOE, Prop.
8:30 A. M.
FOR THE LADIES
MILLS ADDITION UTS
Many of the beat loU in MUM anil
Harrow additions for sale on tcry
cosy terms. Liberty bond received
at par Chilcote A Smith, (13.1 Main,
Veils and Veilings, In nil tho new
juushus, duxlgns und colors. t
til'KTlll'DK (X). !
No, ,VJ7 Muln Street.
Sco Charles S. Hood, Klumith
Agency, tho real estate ngnnt. H
Mrs. Agnes H. Lskclson Is at ho .j,, wrUu m)r COIItroctll antl
j-'HKeisuii iuru, uiiu nuu wuum r.u jea papers. J Z'tt
10 mem. itiusu wiiu ituvu un tuknuiit
with her. l'Ml
KOIl CHINKNK NOODLKfl
TAMALKH CIULI'CON t'ARNK
Arnold's Chili Parlors
Corner Hlxth and Klamath
( XTUUUXJJ'"iriftraa1isiiii ---- an
KLAMATH FALLS I'LKASKI) !
Ill QUICK UKHl'LTSl
Everyone Is pleased with the quick i
results of simple wltchhnzel, cam-,
phor, hydrastls, etc., as mixed In Lav
optlk eye wash. Ono man'H eyes were i
so badly strained ho could not read
without pain. Two applications ro-'
lleved him. A lady with weak, In
flamed eyes was greatly helped by
ONE bottle. Wo guaranteo a' small '
bottlo of Lavoptlk to help ANY CA8E
weak, strained or Inflamed eyes.
Whitman Drug Co. Adv.
W. KLAMATH FALLS OREGON H)n' I
KLAMATH FALLS OREGON
ANYWHI'RE IN THK CITV
Private lemons in Select Doll
room Dances at the
Every afternoon, 2:80 to 5:80.
By Appointment. Phone 181
MIL FHFD KJLLENDAHL
Jiffy-Jell desserts, rlcH
and fruity, cost but 2
cents per serving.
Each package contains
a vial of fruit essence,
made from condensed
Add boiling water, then
this flavor, and you have a
Compare Jiffy-Jell with
the old-style quick gela
tine desserts. You will
find It five times better,
yet it costs no more.
Millions now enjoy it.
10 Flavor; of four Croetr't
2 Packagt$ for 28 Ctnl$
DANCE AND DINNER
to the Boss
"Tisn't the size of
a plug that counts,"
says Jim. "It's the
way it tastesand
how it lasts. A
couple of squares of
Real Gravely keeps
5 Y , )
Good taste, smaller
chew, longer life is
what makes Genuine
Gravely cost less in
chew than ordinary
fr httltl ta kiwit Pll-
REAL CHEWING PLUG
Ptug packed in pouch
GARICHS GROCERY NEWS
Como to tho mootliiK tonlulit of
tho Klamath Good KoimIn AbhooIu
Hon. It Ih called for tho purpoMQ
ot nmklnBproparationB to flro tho
big gun for tho HID THING tho
fttartltiK of tho now highway pro
gram for Klamath County. Hona.
tor Baldwin Is coming homo; lot iih
welcomo him; tho Highway Com
mission Is coming, lot uh groot
them; Judgo Smith of Lake Coun
ty will bo horo for tho banquet, lot
uh show him wo aro neighborly,
Vou will bo thoro, for wo know you
KLAMATH .'A 1,1,8. ORKfiO.V, TUESDAY, MARCH 11, 1010
want to sue thlngH dono.
NKW8 will liU on hand to
PRESERVES IN OLA8S
LIKHY'S APPLE HUTTER
1. A". L. JAMS IN CANS
CRATER LAKE FLOUR
A CLEAN SWEEP ON IIROO.MS
All broomH, rcguplar $1.26.
AI.SO, MAOLA OIL
TIME TO RUY
FIRST CLASS GOODS