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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 17, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
THE K. K. K. STORE
IS NOW SHOWING
ULTRA SPRING CLOTHES
New Snappy Models
Mostly liked by the young fellows. Also a fine line of the
more conservative styles always liked by the older men.
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Royal Tailored Clothes
$15 to $50
K. K. K. STORE
LEADING CLOTHIERS AND HATTERS
OKK FOB MONTANA.
- COURT IN SESSION.
BACK FROM PORTLAND.
"HKART'S OF TIIK WORLD
Mrs. .1 It. HIrshberger left this
morning for Great Falls, Montana,
where she will join her husband,
who left some time ago for that
point. Mr. and Mrs. HIrshberger for
merly conducted the Rex Cafe In
this city and have been visiting re-'
latives here this winter.
The County Court met for a short
time on Saturday afternoon. Allow
ing of regular bills was the main
order of business.
Attorney Charles J. Ferguson and
Mrs. Ferguson returned last night
from Portland where they have been
or matters of business for I'm List
How the hell are yah? And a lino
lad e are. 'TIs well the grcon bo
comes yah. And, Danny, lad, do yez
know where St. Patrick sent the
D. V. Crlfllth'M IfHtrM
snakes? No? well, I'll tell yoz-
Life insurance companies have paid
9110,000,000 on account of lnfluenze. Can you swim?
Heed the warning and get a low cost the water is warm.
policy from Chilcote & Smith. 1-tf House.
Come and learn;
Hot Springs Bath
DAILY MATINEE, 2:15
' NIGHTS, 8 O'CLOCK
OF THE GREAT WAR
ON THE BATTLE FIELD5
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TO OUR PATRONS
"Hearts of the World" is simply beyond description. One must see it to
to appreciate the wonder of it all. In order that all may see it, we have
arranged with the producers to have the admission price within the reach
of everybody, so that none will be disappointed. H. W. POOLE.
POSITIVELY FIRST TIME AT THESE PRICES
MR. PAUL ENGELL
and His Orchestra
Matinee and Night
Adults, 50c. Children, 25c
Seats for Evenings now selling at
the Box Office
California is the place, and even the
inmates of that placo have them at
OM yez over see a green water
cart? Well, we have one right here
in our own home town. Did yez over
hear or an Irish bull?
have seen the padded
The biggest event In the entire sea
son In the world of motion pictures,
will be the presentation of D W
Grlfllth's latest dim masterpiece,
"Hearts of tho World". At the Lib
erty theater today and tomorrow,
with dally matinees
"Hearts of thn World" required
eighteen months In the muklng, and
No, but wo i many of the scenes wore taken on the
actual battlefields of Franco by Mr,
a suggestion of war'n iiluriiiN Thorn 'sit through IiIm wonderful nlrtnrlul
In the pretty romance of two girls, I representation of the traged) nf
MnttVrplrrr "llcl1 '" ''"" wlt'1 "i" 'in'i mun; thorn1 lllondlng France without gnlnK forth
Is tho quiet and peaceful atmosphere huppler than over that thin cimnii'i
of a small Krench town before tho tin been won, that tho Alllei liaso
holocaust of' the war Then comes tt'lumphed over fhulr adwirsnrlt's ami
tho conflict, with Its ensuing effects that such grim horrors of war must
upon the fortunes of those In tho lit- nnvor happen again In tho history of
tin IIIiikp The buttle scones shown the-world.
are nctuul battle kcuiioh taken right1 Prominent In thn cast of "Hearts
In the trenches during tho death of tho World" aro tbo beautiful OUh
struggle of tho French and the Gor- Hlstors, I. Milan and Dorothy. Robert
mans ;on!y occasionally has It been Hnrron, Oeorgo Fawcett, (leonco
found nocewMary to plocu thu story of Belgman. and other well known
tho battles together by means of acted, plnyors.
1 mean inOi at luui uuiuuuuiu u r ruiiiu uy .mi. . ...
Griffith, with the official aid and as- ceh: the whole culmlnutlng In tho,
It ni.i t. ... flrrt V.ll flf fllil AukioIkiiIi IvnonM
We got some umbrellas, guaran- inco.oi ino uriiisn ami uio r rencn " ,, ", vrV,Vrv ..n.l,.hi..ir .,;.,.
,PPri rnvf.ro governments. Mr. Griffith, however, iu,,,m,n, ,lr'r und u hint or futuro
,,, . . . . , lis anxious to removo nny approhon-1 "applncss for those who havu undur-,
We got diamond rings and alarm ,on tnat -Hearts of tho World" Is "il terrible struggle
cl0Ck3, 'I primarily a war picture. It Is, hu ' Mr. (irlfflth Is anxious to hae it
One of the first things to turn announces, primarily a love story. In understood that while "linn. ..r ih.
green In the spring Is Christmas Jew- which war figures as the grim buck- World" deals with war and love. It Is
elry but not ours. Happiness is a ground. It may be called "tho story a drama he. has staged, rather than
biaie ui iiiiuu, uiiu yuu buuuiu uiwuys . 0r a village,- and ror more man rorty n propaganilu niin Yet no ono can
be that way. minutes during the exposition of the
Mary, darlln'. beware of the dlvll story, thoro Is not a cannon shot, not " '
that wants to stale a kiss, because a i
kiss is composed of a little bliss and
a microbe. Of course, if you must
have It, it's all right to chance it
Yreka the (and of scrambled
I uruius. nttrv uu ucani iuu siury ul
me uea; wen, mat s wnere you lie.
What's that? Raise hell and buy;
Now that bottled joy is a thing of
the past, we'll open the canned music
and sing, "We'll all rush home if we
can't rush the can."
Happy are the bone-headed, for
they have no feeling.
We still have spex and colored
j A non-breuKama vacuum bottle.
uie latest invention, see it.
Fine watch repairing. A watch
mil run Hrv llmt thn Rnmp. ok vnn ran
Wo Hn nil UlnrU nf unlrh nnalrln I 8y8 a
and any kind of Jowelry repairs. We
reset your diamond while ypu wait.
If we haven't got It we can get It
if it's to be had. ,
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOIl HALK About 7S or 80 tons A-l
alfalfa; $20 In stack or 2 de
livered In tewn: 1 Va miles routliraat
town, on Frank Ira White ranch V
T. Hawkins. U-3t
TAKK A GLASS OK HALTS IK YODl
HACK IIUHTS Oil 1ILADDKII
" TKOUHLKS YOU
No man or woman who eats meat
regularly can make a mistake by
flushing the kidneys occasionally, '
well-known authority Meat
forms uric acid which excites tho kid
neys, they becomo ocrworked from
the strain, get sluggish and fail to
flMftp thn wa.tn nnH nnlannc fmm 41in
We thank you for your timely aid.!.. ... .,,., ,
McHattan's, 605 Main street. bo-,bIood- tnen wo et Blck- IsearIJr a" .
rneumaiism, neauacnes, liver trouble,
tween Sixth and Seventh, wrong side.
MARCH 24, 25
Seat reservation starts
At the Box Office
nervousness, dizziness, sleeplessness
and urinary disorders come from
The moment you feel a dull ache
in the kidneys or your back hurts or
If the urine Is cloudy, offensive, full
jot sediment, Irregular of passago or
attended by a sensation of scalding,
stop eating meat and get about four
ounces of Jad Salts from any phar-
,macy; tike a tablespoonful in a glass
of water before breakfast and In a
few days your kidneys will act fine,
This famous salts Is made from the
acid of grapos and lemon Juice, com
bined with lithla, and Ins beon used
for generations to flush and stimu
late tho kidneys, also to neutralize
.the acids in urine so It no longer
causes Irritation, thus ending blad
! Jad Salts la Inexpensive and en"
not Injure; makes a delightful effer
vescent llthla-watcr drink which
everyone should take "now and then
to keep the kidneys clean and active
and the blood pure, thereby avoid
ing serious kidney complications. ,
t .tat riclvS Jfejyotes
NEW MUSIC, BY JAZZ BAND
A GOOD TIME
AT OPERA HOUSE THE SEVENTEENTH
Private eNonH In Select Hull
room Dances at the
Every ufternoon, 3:0 to 5:30.
By Appointment. Phone lfU
MR. FJIKI) KILLKNDAIII;
Our store has become a popular pre
scription center because we carry an
exceptional stock of prescription drugs
and employ only registered pharjnacists
For this reason most of the physi
cians in this community recommend our
You should consider any prescrip
tion or recipe of sufficient importance to
justify the special care which we are
prepared to give to their compounding.
'LET US FILL YOUR
WSL, KLAMATH FALLS OREGON WmW
E PARTICULAR PEOPLE
BUY THEIR DRUGS