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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 18, 1919)
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HON ANZA LOUAL8
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At the Theaters
1 Mr. J. V. Ulackwcll. minister of
tho Methodist church hns returned
to Bonanza after an absence of about
tea weeks. Ho will hold service.'' next
Mr. Jk E. Paddock of Ilonanza re
turned to his homo after a business
trip to Minnesota. On his way
homo he visited Riverside and Bak
John Simmons of Beatty is spend,
lng the weekend In Bonanza.
Mrs. S. Parsons left this week for
Beatty, where she will remain a few
days on business.
Miss Claudia Langell left yester
At the Star Theatre tonight, lovors
of good entertainment will find a
i tren.t In store for thorn In tho shapo
1 of Pauline Frederick in tho stellar
MAW MKKT TRAIN AT DKPOT role of tho Paramount erslon of
. . i "La Tosca." Arranged fiom the
UST MOIIT. HKCKI'TION OI.(0pePB w(tl tUe chnnK0 ng p03.
r.X FOIl MILS. UOOT1I AT KI.KS slblo. "La Tosca" affords the star
1 I unusual dramatic opportunity An
CM1B THIS AFTKKNOON oxcollent supporting cast has been
. provided tqgothor with the direction'
of Edward Joso. formerly stage dlr
The welcome of the member's of ector for Madame Sarah Hcinhaidt
the state htghwaj commission who' "
arlrvcd on tho train last evening, was See Charles R riood. Klamath
.nffirioni tn nssurp them of the at- Agency. lor inaian erasing lanas am
titude of the reople hore regarding ,
the effort which is being made for
better highways A large number of
Ask riiilcote & Smith about the
1 till frtta! llf. aa.1.ah hhiI IihhIiK i
'"B wittuum uauftcu icn j. , uun Will llli: llA'4Ul.-(ll 41(111 lli-iiui '
day "for Klamath Falls, where she Is Mrs were present at tho depot where policies of ti,e Travelers. 1-tf
intending to train for a nurse. i commissioners were met as they I
stepped irom me irain. i
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4 I 1 no visitors consist 01 .r nu -
SPRING LAKE DR1PPINGR Mrs " uool.n' D""K """ t
"l,nn anil r.ari niiujcumur, sun ui
i r. . ' the late Governor After being taken .
cmci ocnreiner was aeiiBuuuiij
1 1 CV &Jrf
I OVER- THE TOP! '
For the Time of
Your Young Life
surprised Saturday night when a
number of her friends came in to
help celebrate her fourteenth birth
day. Those present were: Grace Pat
ten, Fay West, Ethel Mack, Blla
Green, Doris Lloyd, Irene Folsom,
Gerald West, Ivan Icenblce, Ira Or
em, Cbas. Mack, Kenneth Stewart,
Virgil Stewart. Lee Barnes. Marlon j Seo charles s, Hoodi Klamath
Green, Charles Green, Roan Green, Agency for health and accident li-
to the Hotel last night they were
served a dinner at a local restaurant
and the evening was spent in an in
The ladies of tho city are planning
an impromptu reception at the Elks
Temple for Mrs. Booth this after
Allen Lloyd and Walter Folsom. surance.
Chas. Mack and family were coun-
ty seat visitors Saturday. ' S9MI
Frank Stewart and Children, Ken
neth and Virgil were county seat
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR SALE Thorobred laying hens,
or will trade for heavy hens or
roosters suitable for killing. 741
Walnut street. 18-2t
FOR SALE Practically new Sonora,
private library, sectlonaLbook case,
large electric stove, hand-painted pic
tures, pair elk horns, etc. 715 Main
street. 18-tf 1
Private lessons In Select Ball
room Dances at the
Every afternoon, 2:30 to 5:30.
By Appointment. Phone 131
MR. FRED KIIiLENDAHL
"Are you Building"
Your homo, no matter whether
bungalow or mansion, will be
1 more secure and more comfort-
I able iffittcd with Yale builders1
We have it in piock to suit
I nil purses and to fill all require-
You need not be a judge ot
builders' hard are. Tho trade
mark "Yale" on the goods is
All Yale locks are tlamptd
with the iradfMart
Baldwin Hardware Co.
"THE HOUSE OF QUALITV."
DAILY MATINEE, 2:15
NIGHTS, 8 O'CLOCK
HOUSTON'S OPERA HOUSE
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I TRADE MARK
The City of i
I J GOODRICH .
-ftAkron. Ohio ,J
AhiMrSTu klF ' TW&lfTi
OF THE GREAT WAR
ON THE BATTLE FIELDS
RESOLUTION I Life Insurance KuiipnnleH lunc p:ilil
S110,000,00( on net-mint of lntlucnr.,
The City Engineer, pursuant to rea-i jfP,., me wnnilnji nml nvt n low cost
olutton of the Common Council hero-'poirj. frm miliolr & Hmiili. 1-tr '
tofore adopted, having, on February,
3. 1919. nled plans, speculations ana
estimates of the cost of Improving
f'omr on In, tlir Hiilrr Is alins
wnrm nl Ihv Hot Sprlngit Hath llousr.
Tub or lank. 'M routs. 12-tr
TO OUR PATRONS
"HearU 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
Tenth street from Main stroot north
erly to Lincoln street, and High street
from Ninth street easterly to Elov-I
enth street, Including Intersections,
and the council having taken the
same under advisement, and finding
said plans, specifications and esti
Be it hereby resolved, that said
plans, specifications-and estimates for
the Improvement of Tenth street from
Main street northerly to Lincoln
street, and High street from Ninth
street easterly to Eleventh street, In
cluding Intersections, be, and tho
dame is hereby approved.
And be It further resolved, that the
flommon Council hereby declares its
(intention to Improve said portions of
i Tenth street and High street In ac
cordance with said plans, specifica
tions and estimates .saltl Improve
ment to consist of paving said por
tion of said streets with oil macadam
l pavement, at an estimated cost. In
cluding cement sidewalks, curbing
and grading, of $18,696.87: or ce
ment pavement, at an estimated cost.
Including ce,ment sidewalks, curbing
and grading, of $25,000.00. Said im
provement to Include grading, rolling
And bo It further resolved, by tho
Common Council, that tho property
hereinafter described be and hereby
Is declared benefited by said improve
Lots 1 and 8 of block 13 of Orig
inal Town, and unnumbered block
known as the Central School
grounds .adjacent to Tenth street
and between said block 13 and
Tenth street, In Nichols Addition;
lots 3, 4, 5 and "6 of block 48; lots
3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 of block 46; lots
l. 2. 3. 4 and 6 of block 47; lots 1,
2. 3, 4, 5, and 6 of block 45; lots i
1, 2, 3, 4, 7 and 8 of block 44; lots
3, 4, 5 and-6 of block 50; the east
26 feet of vacated portion of Wash
ington street, formerly known as
Canal street, between Ninth and
Tenth streets; lots 1, 2, 7 and 8 of
block 61; lots 3, 4, 5 and 6 of
block 57, and lots 1, 2, 7 and 8 of
block 66; tho easterly 26 feet of
tho reserved portion of Jefferson
street abutting on the north side ot
lot 7, block 51, all In Nichols Addi
tion to the town of Klamath Falls
and that said property above rte
srlbed Is hereby declared to bo tho
property to bo assessed for the ex
pense of said Imprevement:
And be It further resolved, that
Monday, tho 7th day of April, 1919,
at the hour of 8 o'clock p. m at tho
council chambers 'of tho city hall, to
lie fixed as the time and vlaco for
the hearing of objections and remon
strances against tho said proposed
improvement; and the Police Judge
be and hereby Is directed to cause no-.
t - i.i liAniln. In tin nnlillKhftrl. 1
UtU Ol Baiu licaiiiib ." " j--- - ,
as by Charter provided.
State ot Oregon,
City of Klamath Falls, ss:
County of Klamath,
I. A. L. LeaJItt, Police Judge of
the City of jKlimath Falls, Oregon,'
do hereby cejrtlfy that the foregoing
Is a duly enrolled copy of a rosolu-1
tlon adopted by the Common Council I
on tho 17th day of March, 1919, de-.
daring Its intention to Improve'
Tenth street from Main street to Lin
coln street, and approving the plans, ,
specifications and estimates of tho
cost submitted by the uity engineer,
A. L. LEAVITT, Police Judge.
Can j(iu slm'
tho water Is warm
Cumo ami learn, '
Hot Springs BiiUi
Ladies' & Men's
maim: to okdi:k
VEST OF WOHKMANKIIII'
PEKFECT FIT ;iAKANTEEI)
Prlcrs are crj reasonable
Your inspfolion invltnl
Chas. J. Cizek
Bin Main St.
I'OH CIIINKSi: NOODLES
TAMALKH .V CHILI CON CAUNE
Arnold's Chili 'Parlors
Cor nrr .Sixth anil Klainalli
VVS. WW"V.S. ..
j Days Of Less
Meatless, hcatlrst, wheat.
less are daysof tlu )inM;
but the thrift bornof them
is with us to stay.
To demand tho utmost for
n dollar is one Rroat lev
Along with other days of
less, it hnscnncellcd days
of less service.
Service has nlwnys hern
the Goodrich measure of
the value of tires; that n,
what n tire provts itself
worth you in service on
your car, nndon the rood.
You see promise of service
in the burly, full rounded
bodies of Goodrich Serv
ice Vnlue Tires; and
their thicker SAIKIY
THLADS, extra witlo
to fortify the sidcwnll
against rut grinding
Vou get fulfillment of prom
ised jserivcr value in
their dependability and
durability wherever you
D'cy Goodrich Tros
from a DoUcr
Lime Jiffy -Jell h fla
vored with lime-fruit es
sence in a vial. It makes
a tart, green salad j:ll.
Jiffyjcll desserts are
flavored with fruit-juice
essences, highly con
densed, sealed in glass.
Each dessert tastes like
a fresh-fruit dainty and
You will change 'from
old-style gelatine dainties
when you once try Jiffy
Jell. Millions have
Order from your grocer
10 FJaeon, at Your Crocer'i
2 Package for 25 Cent
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