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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 22, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Spring Suit Now
This is Dress-Up time, and Drew & Merrill is
the Dress-Up shop. WE DO NOT CARRY
READY-MADE SUITS, as we can give you
much better value for the money in tailored
$21.00 and Up
Your dollar goes farther here in wearing ap
parel for men.
Everything' but shoes.
DREW & MERRILL
Sixth and Main. Phone 30
JIT. I .AM. '
There was n large attendance nt
Sunday School and church Sundio
Tho Ladies' Aid mot nt the church I
Wednesday to tuck comforts Those'
present weie, Mrs. John Koonti, Mrs,!
Clns Snow, Mrs IMvlil McComh,
Mrs V. I). Itutler. Mrs. Glen. .Mrs j
H 1. Mmrhton, Mrs. ('has Sttnmnu, '
Miss Myrtle Duller, Mis. Thompson
Mrs Mnr I'olvtn. Mis (i 1) tirUzle, '
Mr. Hurry Hootli. Mrs 1 West,
Mrs L. .V Case anil Mis Uorl Daw-1
Pay West spent Saturdu.i night '
ami Sunday with luir parents
J K Elliott, who recently sold his
farm to Hert Haw son U moving to
, the old II O Morrison house Mr ,
Dawson will move to his new homo
! Mondit) I
. W W. Lewis and Chas Homes'
University of Oregon Glee Club Boys Invade Klamath Falls Tomorrow Night.
Rousing Welcome Due Them.
were Falrvlew visitor Wednesday i
H I) Morrison and family spent
Thursday In Klunath Falls '
An extensle array of Imported and
domestic creations In (lowers, wings,
fancies, ornaments, ribbons, crepes,
veils nnd volutins. .
GKHTltl'DK & CO.,
21-2t SH7 Main Street.
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ing Address Klamath Falls, .Merrill
EAT AT THE
Where the Best of Everything is Served
Our Pastry Can't Be Beat
JESSE BAILEY, Prop.
. Phone 185 610 Main St
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Special Sale on Silver
Having decided to discontinue the Hudson,
Laurel pattern of Wallace silver, Sheraton, Patri
cian, Wildwood and Primrose pattern Commun
ity Silver I am offering what stock I have on
hand at the following-prices:
Wallace Silver, Laurel and Hudson Patterns
1 REGULAIl SALE
Knives and Forks 912.50 $12.50
Teaspoons 2.75 1.75
Dessert Spoons 5.00 il.50
Tabic Spoons 5.50 -1 OO
Berry Spoons r 2.50 1.50
Preserve Spoons 2.25 1.85
Cream Ladles 1.50 .05
Gravy Ladle 2.00 1.15
Pickle Forks 1.25 .75
Salad Fork 4.75 3.00
Ilaby Spoons 1.O0 .75
Community Silver, Patrician, Sheraton, Wild
wood and Primrose Patterns
Knives nnd Forks $10.25 912.50
Dessert Spoons 0.50 4.50
Soup Spoons 7.00 5.00
Orange Spoons 5.00 :i.00
Salad Forks 0.50 4.50
Uerry Spoons , Jl.00 2.25
Gravy Ladles 2.50 1.50
Cream Ladles J.75 1.25
.Butter Knives 1.00 .75
Sugar Shells , 1.00 .75
.This is a partial list of the bargains in this
sale. As our stock is limited, come early so as
not to be disappointed.
Frank M. Upp
Jeweler, 511 Main St.
Our Fornialilejne N full strength
i and full measure. 1011 get what you
, pay for In every instance nlien jou
! make your purchases at the Star.
I'lare jour orders or next
winter'. Mipply of wood earl).
Sec Pejton within the next few
weeks and arrange for your
next reason's requirement.
Our customers insure them
selves the very best quality of
fuel by ordering early, thereby
allowing us the time necessary
to properly cure the wood.
WOOD MUST BE
This curing Is very necessary-.
If the best results are attained.
For the first time In Its history, i.,untalnn--a community nf pi i, picked from I !m student body of tint, yellow mid urmm rlbliimn, uml Hie
Klamath Falls Is to be visited by th. lu iileas. They want Kl.u uiii i I niiersltv who will give two KleoColleKn yell. "I' of O , Huh llnh. 0r.
,m i 1 . .. . .. ; support the I'nlverslty by M-ndl ik club con.erls on next Monday and, go... Unli. IUh " All th ohlur hoo.
(Jleo Club of tho 1'nlven.lty of tho "on"inx ,,IlUR,,r8 , Kuk'-iio Tuesday oveiilnKH at Houston's op- plo kIiouIiI bo tlmro. W
Lt.-uq of OruKon ' for higher oducntlon It Is our duty to era house The people, of Klnmiilhl On and hear the boys hIiir Itmew
The peoplu west of tho nomalns co-operate and make the I'nlierslty of Kails must show their appreciation of your youth (to nnd Inuptli as yva
arc bcginnlnc to realize tluH K'aniath OroRon, for tho support of which wo the honor done them, by MIlltiK thu huven't laughed ulnco you were li.
U somcthliiK moro thnn tho geoKCipn- pay our taxes, a reat edmatloiial opera house on both oviiiiIiik. tenii. Tliero l no such milti-m for
leal designation of u region unxnuwn, power. Now Is your cliimru to how th yimiiK peoph' wiio have llio II In unil depremlonii of crvoplng
and thoroforo to bo disregarded, your loyalty to the statu and Its .,m there, ami all the school bos ago as a hearty laugh with the young
The University authorities me now greatest Institution of learning. liml girls who want lo go and should people. He boy mid girl nguln. ul
tcr the first time aware of a gro.it, Tomorrow evening there will ar- K tl) t, i'nlverslty, will be out In for tin ovimlng Oo mid do hunnr lo
and growing community ?ait of tbo rlvo eighteen line young fellows. fri.0 ti,u air will be full of lemon, ithii YELLOW, LEMON nnd Oil KICK
If your requirements are
large, wo are prepared to sup
ply xnuVnd give jou service, as
our supply is unlimited if or
Yours for liig Business
KLAMATH FUEL CO.
NEW YORK, March 22. -Cases ol
sleeping sickness, the new malady, J
which l.s believed to be, an aftermath
of Influenza, are scattertd over ihe.
country but not In alarming ' num-'
bers. Twenty-one deaths hnie oc-i
curred . More than 100 actual cases
have been listed in IT cities but 1
theie are believed to be many as,
yet unreported. I
Cleveland and Springfield, III..
each reported tl3 cases. Now York
hag 40. Chicago's number l un"
known, tho health authorities not
making it public. '
Other points showing a "trjee" or I
the malady arc: Richmond, Va; Sam
Francisco, Fort Worth, Calumet,
Mich.; Minneapolis, Des Moines, I.os
Angeles, Lancaster, Ohio; Benton,
Harrlsburg, Albany and Pittsburg.
In this disease the sufferer lapses
Into a state of coma. In many In
stances recovery Is complete. Somo
have been known to sleep for from
eight to ten days and then "conio to
life" In good health. A number of
communities are considering taking
precautions slmllnr to those taken
against tho spread of influenza.
TO THE CITIZEN'S OK KLAMATHi
As spring has opened up. and the,
sun shines bright and the little birds
hr.ve started their spring work, so
let the citizens of Klamath Fulls do.
tho same, by cleaning all rubbish
fiom residences, out-hulldlng:
also remove ull dry weeds from
around buildings, and burn taiiw;
but before burning, call tho lire chief j
and get Instructions. i
Tho firo chief will call on all own
ers of buildings, starting today, and
Inspect same against flru; no, dcurl
public, help us, and you will set tho
best of Hcrvko KIKE CIIIIOF.
H mf A. drug store must not enly have fresh jl
lM drugs, and a complete stock of toilet
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m . " I"usl ,,e aDie I0 ,lavc )usl ,nc ti'insr i
Sy )) I you wa"l when you want it.- It must
Emma K I be able to fill your prescription correctly
1 (7Wj J and promptly, but also supply you with
W VV many little necessities. We like to serve
ILlSBumr- Dur 'r'cnt,s and. customers. The tele-
wIiMmB phone reaches us at any time. Use it.
I MUMP i UNDERWOOD'S ' I
I atlnr PHARMACY I
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WE ARE WITri
Klamath State Bank
Corner Sixth and Main StreU
Remington flroii'ms and nininiinl-l
tlons woro awarded Oraiid Prlzn at I
Panama Pacific Exposition. 19-12t'
Ask Clillcotc & Smith about the
jOW COST life, arrldent and health
policies of the Travelers. 1-tf
FOIl CIII.VEHE NOODLES
TAMALES & CHILI CON CAH.VE
Arnold's Chili Parlors
Corner Sixth anil Klamath
MOTOR CAR SALE
Now being conducted at Vancouver Barracks,
Vancouver, Washington, by the
United States Spruce Production Corporation
The opening of my "Private
Dancing School" villi take place
on Tuesday eienlng, March 25,
ut H p. m., In tho Moose Hall.
A rouTNO of ten lesson In
Itellned Ilallrooni Dances.
MIL FKKD KILLENDAHL
Motor Trucks, 1 2 to 5 ton, $1,000 to $4,200
Trailers, 22 to 5 ton, $400 to $1,000
Fords, $300 to $450
Also a few passenger cars of other makes. AH
cars carry prices plainly marked. Come and
see and buy
For further information udilnwN Automobile
Dept., KmIcn Hoard, United Htutc Spruce' l'ru
dm (Ion Corporiill Venn IlldK.,' l'ortlnntl, Ore,