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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 31, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The House of Kuppenheimer
keenly awake to the call of the young men, has
....... . v - - ... . . g r
responded with distinctly new and forceful style creations tor springtime.
Men all over the country are voicing their liking of the new Kuppeh
heimer styles. Step in and look them over; we have just the suit you
want, at just the price you want to pay
KNOX HATS NETTLETON SHOES
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tit HkM ( Kuh-lLUi.
OREGON CASUALTY LIST TODAY.
Pvt. Harry Blake, Marshfleld,
Corp. Archie H. Stone, Portland,
Klamath Lodge No.
A. P. & A. M.
Special communication Monday
evening, March 31st, at 7:30. Work
in the-M. M Degree. Banquet. Vis
itors welcome. By order of the W. M.
O. C. Applegate, Sec'y. 29-2t
DATE CHANGED ON
"Italy's Flaming Front"
Through an error in the booking
of the feature battle picture, "Italy's
Flaming Front," the date has been
changed to Sunday, April 6th, open
ing with a matinee at 2:30 p. m. i
: Klamath lounty News
See Charles 3. Hood, Klamath.
Agency tor health and accident in
surance. 12-tr ;
NOTICE Awtui thought! Supposing the
Dr. J. H. Carter wishes to announce League of Nations should make the
that he has reopened his dental office United States a mandatory to take
in the White building. 27-3t , care of Mexico. Boston Globe.
Let Our Expert
Develop Your Film
Long experience and excellent equipment has taught
$ us how to do this work better
I MAIL YOUR FILM
If you live out of the city, it will receive the same
KODAK CATALOGUES MAILED
W" KLAMATH FALLS OREGON WTm I
WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE
BUY THEIR DRUGS
MUSIC VERSUS NERVES
....II ts snlcl that the American people
are of a high strung and nervous
Music In known to have a quieting
effect, and the exquisite tones of a
beautiful Knabe or Lyon & Ileal)'
piano lire especially soothing to the
tired housewife or business man.
Why not let us prove this by
dropping into our store home day
tvhen you are particularly fagged,
and hear one of the above instru
ments. EARL SHEPHERD CO.,
K.VABE AND OTHER PIANOS
Next Door to ros toff ice.
How the ranchers in this section
are working early and late since
these beautiful spring days linvo put
in nn appearance after so much mois
ture during the past few weeks.
The ladles of this community were
entertained by Mrs. L. S. Mlllor Inst
Wednesday. All report a very enjoy
able day. Mrs. Ben Daniel of Merrill
was also present.
C. K. Hrandenburg and wife of
Klamath Falls and the latters two
brothers who returned with their sis.
ter from the east were guests nt F. H.
O. E. Hunt, wife and daughter Ada
were Klamath Falls visitors Thurs
Mrs. C. F. Stone of Klannth Fnlls
spent Wednesday and Wednesday
night with Mr. and. Mrs. J. T. Ward
H. E. Wilson was a county seat
The roads in this section are un
dergoing repairs which promise a
pleasant look on the faces of the
traveling public that for sometime
has been anything but a pleasing
F. W. McManus, wife and three
daughters Elizabeth, Estene and Dor
otby of Klamath Falls were guests at
J. L. Baileys Thursday night and
Friday. They report the roads in
Mrs. C. C. Miller who bag been
spending sometime with her son C
W. Miller near Klamath Falls has
come to her daughters, Mrs. O. E.
Hunt for an extended stay. Wo are
always pleased to welcome Mrs. Mil)'
er to our community.
MY OWN KLAMATH
Klamath, 1 love your dull gray sage,
Your meadows and fields of grain;
Just to gallop away
At the break of day
Across your frco, level plain.
Where sunshine dimples the shadows
On low-lying juniper hills, I
j And cloudland hues j
I In ethereal blues i
Are mirrored in your rills. !
The wonders within your boundaries '
Provo that you are Nature's best;
, The bright sunbeams
I Dunce with sapphire gleams, !
In a cup in tho mountain s crest.
Local Red Cross
. Activities ..
AT THE LIBERTY
forts that bring memories ef:
I Will soon be but memories Indeed;
For meadow grass lands, j
With their sloek roving bands ;
Are the white and the red man's'
The B. P. I. Student body had a
horse back rldo and a picnic yestor
dcy. Lots of good eats and fresh
I roast potatoes with butter wero the
luxuries enjoyed after tho Beveral
mile ride. About twenty-fivo participated.
I Mrs. Etta Kiigore leu i-riaay 10
! work for the Strahorn railroad at
j Superintendent Edna I. WellB and
i Mr. Sexton visited school this week
in behalf of educational and Indus
A big Basket Social and program
will be given by the Bonanza school,
Saturday April C. The program will
begin at 8 30 P. M, sharp, at the
! school hoiiBo'.. Everybody Is Invited
to bring a basket. Tho proceeds will
go for play ground aparatus. Every
Lawrence Maxwell left for Wulla
Walla, Washington Thursday.
MENU HAW MILL IIUHNK.
BEND," March 31. -Fire starting
In trash piled around the burner re.
suited Tuesday In the destuctlon of
tho McKinley sawmill near Bend. No
Insurance was carried and the loss Is
estimated at $5000. The plantwlll
Will the League of Nations stage
double-headers on holidays? Detroit
Ask Clillcote & Smith about the
LOW COST life, accident and health
policies of the Traveler. 1-tf
pine timbered mountains come!
lakes with blue hearts you'll
To rich, fertile lands
That pour wealth In your hands
Klamath Falls opens tho door. ,
Those present at the Sowing ro.mis
Tuesday March 26, were Mesdaines - -'
Clara Frankfort, Stolln Mang, J. II.
Onrrett. W. C. Townsond, T. Martin.
L. E. Sullivan.
Wednesday, March 26 McHdumus
M. S. Sargent, W. J. Stelnmctz. H
Alexander. E. T. Illggliisoi), (lllborl
Fleet, L. E. Sullivan. !
Thursday, March 27. Mesdnm.'s
J. M. Johnson, W. C. Townsend. I '
L. Brown, It. A. Emmltt, (lien Apple-
gate. L. E. Sullivan.
Friday March 28 Moadame Ida
Olbson M. S. Sargent, P. Alexander,
L. E. Sullivan, Miss Maude M. Carle
There are hero and there Bounds,
of course, which remind us that there
are no war-profits In arbitration.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR SALE FIvo room cottago. mod-
nm Imnrnvnmlili fnr nnln hv own
er; close In; furnlturo If desired, in
cluding piano. .Enquire trans: m..
Upp. 511 Main st. 3 1-tf j
at 8 p. m.
MIL FKED KILLKNDAIIL
Diamond Cord in the world
Fabric Tires themosneyOR
These tires will give you more miles of easy, comfortable riding,
without punctures, of any tiros made. If you try them once jou
will buy them always.
Let me 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. 1.20 Sixth St.
There's a difference in block wood. Did you
ever notice it?
Some block wood is kindling; other block wood
PEYTON sells the OTHER KIND. PEYTON'S
block wood is WOOD, and it's DRY. That's why
your neighbor continues to buy blocks of Peyton.
We have been swamped with orders for blocks
for months, but are now prepared to give immediate
Phone in your orders.
Successor to Klamath Fuel Co.
501 MAIN ST. . PHONE 112R
I isr 1
Hill Clll.NKHK NOODl.KH
TAMALK8 M CHILI CON C'AIIXK
Arnold's Chili Parlors
Corner Hlxtli nml KUmslh
t'pi nml IhmiiK of l-mtKiingo I
"Did jimi call Edith up this morn
"Yes, hut she wasn't down." '
"But why didn't you cull her
"Ilcciiumi she wasn't up." i
"Then call tier up now and call her'
down for not being down when you'
called her tip." Boston Transcript.
lly lining WcMlnghome Mnula
Lump In ALL our ixwkeU.
Wt make n uprclnlty of filling
)u out with the proper t)p,
l and voltage that will give
you Urn miwl light for the lmt
money, and wr Mill mnkr free
delivery mi Unip purrh
mounting to St. 7.1 or out.
W'r. ghr a Itoger HlUrrwure
ticket with earn 2.1-cent pur
rliane. Link River
7th and Main HI.
Nursery Rhymes and Higher Criticism
'Four and twenty hlacklilnlu hakii
In a pie":
"That ineana the uumlier of annual
payments arranged for In (ho policy,
only nowaday!! they have only I en. fif
teen or twenty of thorn In limited
'When tho plo wuh oprni'.!.'
"Or when the policy matured,
'Tho blrtlrt hogttii (o nIiir,
"Or, tho 'money talked'
'Wniin't that a dulnty dish lo net be
fore the king?
"Yes, sir," paid tho Hugo of thoi
Vlllngo, Heating hlmnolf on tho crack
er liarrel near the atovo and regard
ing benignly tho little group of farm
ern who wero gathered In the More
out of tho heavy nnnwaturm which
raged outside, "I have llHcnveretl that
Mother Cloosn rhymoH. no familiar In
, 'r hoinoH, have n drop, underlying'
.manning, a practical moimago to hu
I mnnlty hitherto unHuspocted. I mean
to write lo tho nuwHpapnrx about It."
, "Ain't you got nothln' bettor to dot
than to read nuwory rhymes, Silas,",
asked a grlzzlo-beardod listener, con-:
! "I've linen rcadlnir tlinm tn mv rhil.
Mnm," tho Hugo replied, "and I guess
Jit Is time wull spent when It Is do-' "Or, wasn't that a nlro thing -the
voted lo your children." x Insurance for tho family to get?"
Klglit you aro, ' said tho vlllagol "How about 'Little .lack Uorner,'
! cobbler heartily. "What's this 'ere flllaa?" asked tho storekeeper, lean-
" r . '""",ur uoou' Hiiua?" ing over the counter.
riioHo rhymes sound rather silly "Well," said HIIus, "you ami I
to Kiowii-upH," said Silas, pleased to would eat our Christmas plo with a
fme.. .. in ."" '"'"f0?10'' nui- Reed deal of pleasure If wo had put In
lie... until you vo dlHCoverod their ur thUmb and-pulled out a plum. or.
hidden m.mnlng. They all teach tho other words,, had put our savlnfi
m!!!,?,T.""- l,0lT !'V,':Jrftt0.'; " In n insurance company and pulled
tho Parson says. Take 'Mother Hub- out a policy, Wouldn't w bo I"
hard, for liistunru: c?(, (0 ,Wnllt n B,)0( h..y am
'Old Mothor Hubbard, sho went to tho ir.'.. r ..... ,i,ii...(
cupboard I Yo8' ' Butf,", wo wouI(1' n,,inlt,ul
To get her poor dog a hone; tho. "foro:!oeD?1r' ,nVl!,,ngL . there
Hut wjmn sho got there, thu cupboard , J'10"' continued the Sage, mere
was bare, I ",0 rhyme about
And so tin. poor dog had none.' I .Jllck ,)0 nmbe: Jack, bo iulfki
"Why was tho nupboard bari.7 lie- Jnck Jumn ovor tno ca,"llns.tl':k
causo sho was a poor widow who' ..,t ,, , (,nl)l,Kn until ynu
hadn't any money to konp It nilod. ...; ir What It really munns la,
Why was sho poor? llocauso her hus- y ,Jhoud h rry P "V I take' .ml n
band hadn't carried any life Insur- jn" ,i nolley for you n.wor ran
""I".0' .! i!" l!"l ''.?" . K0""-,l?Pd ISS when t'ho'ca'ndfJo'f Ilfo lH..Roln5
i....,w ... rwiii.i Kiiuu iiuii miiy iiko a,,. I ni ynu mv friends.
Tho Mutual Life of New York, his r0se andTu'ttoncd up his over
widow could huvo found Plenty of '''at ''those "atothor Clooso' rhymw
bonoH for her dog and food for hor-.i,, ln0"r havo lasted all these
"Bame with 'The Old Woman whn'I? "W. . ""'".Tnd.n?
Lived In a Shoo.' If her husband had "':""""""? ' 'o.". than th
f !,,. ,... .!. u . '.liwiiui HlunillMHO ... ...-.- -- ,
curried llfo Insurnnco, she would havo
lived in a nice littlo house of her own.
Lot iih consldnr tho 'fiong of Blxpense'
In tho light of modern, scientific crlt
Icisirt nnd seo whnt It means:
'Blng a fiong of sixpence;'
"That nmaiiB tho small sum of
monoy you pay us a premium on your
'A pockot full of ryo,'
"Or, In other words, U nice big pol
icy In your pockot.
, ...VH.....O- ... . linilf
ones I gave, 1 would " "'
Hut nobody had a word to
"Tho Oldost Company In America
has a policy for you. investigate our
new 1010 policies nothing hotter
THH MUTUAL LIKK OF NKU'.VOflK
Ceo. V. Ulrkli, District Man").'01,
Office ovor First State & Bavlng H"J!