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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 24, 1919)
MOMIAY, MARCH Ut, toil
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
DAILY MATINKKS AT-THK
On account ot the many people
who ennnot attend the evening per
formances, the management of the
Iitborty Theater has decided to give a
dally matinee. The pictures will
start promptly at 2:30 each aftornoon
and the doors will bo open at 2
o'clock. The fult show will be Riven
just tho same as at night, nothing cut
short, and. In fact, within n few days
thoro will bo a special matlnco at
traction every day that will not bo
shown nt night. Tho theater will bo
kept up to Its usual standard In ov
ery way, the comfort of tho patrons
being tho first consideration always.
Don't miss tho fun at tho Hot
....Springs Bath House. 24-2t
KORMKlt RESIDENT VISITS.
O. II. 'Hrcnnamnn who Is well
known In this city, where ho was
Superintendent of tho California
Oregon Power Company for many
yfars, h'as returned for a short visit
from Copco, California. Ho Is now
Identified with the same coiuern at
, Klamath lounty News '
- DIOGENES COULD
STOP RIGHT HERE
(JOES TO VANCOl'VKH.
Mrs. J. V Moore, a sister of Mrs.
H. N. Whltellnc, who has been visit
ing here for the past two months
left this morning for her home at
t niinf m ait aw
These warm spring ln)s remind
us that NOW is n good time to start
the children in music, so that tho
coming summer vacation will not b
Music lessons arc o different from
sdiool that children don't mind an
hour a day set aside for this purpose.
If started while they arc still used
to the routine of school, much more
can be accomplished.
$295 and Up
$195 and Up
Special convenient terms are now
offered in order to move these instru
ments and make room for large ship
ments of Knabe, Mchlln, Lyon &
Hcaly, and Washburn pianos; also
the Autopiano and Gulbranscn Play-er-Pianos.
Call in now, ccn if not quite ready
EARL SHEPHERD CO..
PLAYERS AND PHONOGRAUIIS
Net Door to Postofficc.
County Industrial Club t.e.tdr F.
Sexton lblted our school Tues
day. Nearly all children In thy school
lieeame Intel evsted In club woik.
A social gnthcilug was held at O.
E. Hunts Friday evening with quite
u good Blied attendance. Games and
music furnished the cntertilnment.
Refreshments wore served.
Quito u number from this sec
tion attended the St. Patrick's day
celebration at Merrill and somo at
tended the dance.
O. W. Myers and wife from their
ranch In California, were calling on
friends In this session Tuesday. They
I In company with Mr. and Mrs. O. E.
I Hunt spent tho ufturnoon at J. L.
A. II. Hnlo is seen on our streets
delivering the book, "History of the
We are sorry to note that Mr. and
Mis. J. McComb are on tho sick list.
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Miller wore
guests at J. I.. Uatleys Monday.
O. E. Hunt was a Klamath Falls
visitor Thursday and Friday.
M-:--!"::-w...i..4-;.4 - M"-
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 nave on
hand at the following prices:
Wallace Silver, Laurel and Hudson Patterns
HiJ3SSfis REGULAR SALE
Knives and Forks . SI 2.50 ' $12.50
Teaspoons 2.75 1.75,
Dessert Spoons .... 5.00- 3.80
Table Spoons 5.50 . 4 00
Berry Spoons 2.50 1.50
Preserve Spoons 2.25 1.35
Cream Ladles 1.50 .05
Gravy Ladle 2.00 1.15
Pickle Forks 1.25 .75
Salad Forks 4.75 3.00
Baby Spoons 1.00 .75
Community Silver, Patrician, Sheraton, Wild
wood and Primrose Patterns
Knives and Forks $16.23 $12.50
Dessert Spoons 6.50 4.50
Soup Spoons 7.00 5.00
Orange Spoons 5.00 3.00
Salad Forks 6.50 4.50
Berry Spoons 8.00 2.25
Gravy Ladles 2.50 1.50
Cream Ladles 1.75 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
ALBANY, March U For eight
years Mrs. 0, C. (Irlffln, nee Mary E.
Goodrich, suffered pangs of con
science for representing to the I. Inn
county clerk's offlco that she was
six years younger than she really
was at tho time application was made
for a marriage llcenso to wed her
present husband. Unable to keep hor
, secret longer, she wrote to tho At
bnny Herald and asked tho editor to
I publish the following statement:
"I want to make a confession and
, I trust you will publish It In the
Herald. In June of 1911, when a
marriage license was secured by
Gordon C. Griffin and Mary E. Good
rich, I gavo my age as 20, when I
was 26 years old. I havo rogrettcd It
ever since and have asked God to
forglvo mo for tho misrepresenta
tion. I also ask tho Albany people
to forgive mo for It. I wish to make
It rjght that nothing may stand be
tween myself und God."
BONANZA LOCALS. .
Mrs. Heuston and her son, Bruce,
left for Klamath Falls Friday morn
ing and will return Saturday.
Mr. Curtis Kimbull has been In
Klamath Falls the hist two or three
weeks. He returned Thursday, but
left again to sta at thu county seat
for a few weeks longer.
People In Bonanza are busy farm
ing since sunshlning days arc hore
Mrs. J. 'O. Hamaker visited her
now niece nt Lawrence Horton's
ranch last Monday with Mr. and Mrs.
Chas. Gates 'and returned Mondoy
Percy W. Slack returned to Bon
anza Friday morning from Franco,
where he has been serving in tho
U. S. Army. Ho was three miles from
tho firing lino when tho armistice
Henry Stoehsler returned from
service In tho U. S. Army.
A surprise party was given at the
home of Mr. and Mr.s. Joe Hahoney.
The principal amusements were
music and candy making.
Earl Wlthycombe. son of Ex-Governor
Wlthycombe was In Bonanza
on business the last of the week.
Our Forainldcync is full strength
and full measure. You get what you
pay for in every instance when you
make jour purchases at the Star.
Berlin press looks upon the league
with disfavor, which Is some recom
mendation. Wall Street Journal.
See Harry Telford for tractor plow
ing. Address Klamath Falls, Merrill
Announcement Is raado today that
tho night school sessions at tho
Klamath County High School hero
this week will bo held on Monday,
Wednesday and Thursday evening's
to allow the students and tearhors
opportunity for attending tho Gleo
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WANTED Cook for Railroad camp
at Dairy. Apply Strahorn office or
phono 363X. 24-3t.
LOST Gold brooch set with small
pearls; $5 reward. Arthur R. Wil
son, 517 Main street. 24-5t
FOR SALE: Few pieces furniture
for sale. 205 S. 5th st. 24-3t
Home Scenes From
a Picture Book
Think for a minute ot tho part
played by a Llfo Insuranco Policy In
Home Maintenance Hero Is, tor ln-
stance, a woman who was the wife of!
a prosperous farmer in Oregon. Sho.
la iK.ltlnCT n m rt r . I..... ...... fa. . 1.
10 .iwituis u uu.u kv lit:- auil ill ilia
Stato Unlvorslty. "Yes,' nays she,
"everything Is golnn comfortably.
Tho monthly Incomo wo receive from
fathers lite Insurance makes it easy
to carry on the farm, pay tho help
and keep you at college. How thank
ful I am." Insldo tho dormitory ot
the college is tho son roading his
mother's letter. He looks up nt his
room-mate and says. "If father hadn't
taken out that monthly llfo Insurance
policy In the Mutual Life ot New
York I couldn't be studying tho chem
istry ot the soil of the old farm."
Again, insldo an apartment, under
a, beautiful electric lamp, sits a well
gowned woman In black, waiting.
The door opens and a hearty, healthy
girl rushes in. The greeting. over,
they are talking about the school life
of the girl. "Do you realize." rays
the mother, "what the monthly In
come from daddy's life Insurance Is;
uoing lor us: inis apartment, your
school, almost everything. How glud
I am that this provision, this month
ly provision, of your father's doesn't
give me a single bit or worry about
investment or business."
When It comes to a contract of lite
Insurance, In which the insured Is to
invest his premiums during many
years, or, perhaps, for his whole re
maining lifetime a contract which
In any event Is not to be settled until
after the Insured's death, and which,
moreover, if payable on the Income
plan will not be fully settled until
many years after his demlso say
twenty, forty or even Blxty years or
uioro tben oven the strongest com
pany, the company'wlth thp strongest
safeguards, the greatest probability
of permanence, is not too strong for
tho prudent man.
' Such a company Is Tho Mutual Life
of New York. Investigate our new
1919 Income policies. Nothing better.
GEO. C. ULRICH,
23-lt District Manager.'
5-V TWIt-M. t. fi fc. -
THE BEST TIRE
IN THE WORLD
THE BEST FOR
These tires will give you more miles of eimy, comfortable riding,
without punctures, of any tires made. If you try them once )ou
ill buy them always. '
Let mo do your vulcanizing. I guarantee my work. If it does
not stand up It costs you nothing.
Klamath Auto Tire Co.
C. R. MARPLE, Prop. 120 Sixth St.
They Have Packed Their Uniforms
in Their Old Kit Bags
And they're smiling, too. Who wouldn't, when
thev are all togged out in a lively, dashing, new
Suit? Have you seen the new Spring Styles?
They're a treat .after the dull monotony of war
time style-restricted clothes.
Not only are the styles brand new, but the
patterns reflect novel, uncommon effects: Lively
stripes, neat checks and rich mixtures that will
quickly help dispel the war-cloud $25 to $60.
'The Kuppenheimer House in Klamath Falls"
When Borah refused to attend the
dinner party ho showed that ho wish
ed to avoid entangling alliances -Knoxvillc
Journal and Tribune
Art Chllcntc & Smith about the
LOW COST life, accident and hnillli
policies of the,Travrlcr. 1-tf
FOR CHI.VEHK NOOOLKH
TAMALKH & CHILI CON CAIt.NK
Arnold's Chili Parlors
Corner HJxth and Klamath
The opening of my "Private
Dancing School" will take place
on Tuesday evening, March 2."5,
at 8 p. m., in the Moose Hall,
A coarse of ten lessons in
Refined flallmom Ilnnce.
MR. FRKD KILLKNDAHL
DO IT NOW
Order a can of that
Wellman Fruit Salad
We're sure you will be more than pleased with it
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
More than a dorn kinds of the 57 nrlcllcN in the IIKINZ. line
of plrklcs, relishes, catsup, beefsteak sauce, etc., etc., Mhhh
eterj liouselfe know In far superior to imjlhliig In IliN Hi"'.
Ask us about them, (the us nur order over Hie phone, mid
see our window display. Wo nre anxious to nirc, and )""r
Intel est Is our Interest.
YOU WILL GET THE BEST, for the least
money, when you order WELLMAN, or MORN
ING GLORY COFFEE. .
Satisfaction, or Money Back
THE SUNSET GROCERY
PHONE 200 912 MAIN
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UNIVERSITY . houstons
GLEE CLUB Curiam 8:15 Sharp