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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 1, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS,- OREGON
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CHANCES IN i
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Unusual opportunities In the Hos.
pltal Corps of the United Stntos Navy
nccordtnt; to Information given out
at the Naval Recruiting office here.
The remuneration while In this
school, of the first six months N
J3B.90 jier month and expenses, with
raise of pay afterward.
One may rise from the lowest rat
ing in this Corps, Hospital Appren
tice, second class, to Commissioned
I tlio Corps. Upon first enlistment, the
Hospital Apprentice, second class, Is
sent to one of these schools, where
ho receives, freo of charge, a thor
ough elementary course of Instruc
tion In tho various subjects! Ana
tomy, FlraMId and Kmcrgoncysur
gcry, Pharmacy, Chemistry and Com
pounding of Medicines, Hygiene.
Care of the sick, Surgical procedures"
etc Those who show "gpeclal ability
may avail themselves of courses In
Elementary Hacterlology and other
laboratory examinations and tests, X.
Such men as are diligent In study,
ambitious and anxious to advance,
have no difficulty in gaining continu
ous promotion when qualified and
eligible for such advancement.
i)rug out our old raku and shovel
and clean up your back yard, rid your
place of tho old tin cans and rubbish
that have been laying around nil win
tor. Spring Is here, and It Is time to
get tho clean-up fevrr, and got it
right. Klamhth Falls is tho coming
city on tho Pacific Coast, and the cit
izens owo her n now dressing up such
as she has never had before.
(tot a few loads of dirt and fix
up your parking in front; fill up tho
holes In your yard; then sow them
to white clover or blue grass; plant
a fow nlco flowers If you have no
trees, blow yourself for at least two
and set them out; now Is a
DOI'IILK HIIjIj AT STAlt
Owing to an error in the booking or three
by the First National Film Company tine time
at Seattle, tho big tilm feature,! Perhaps there is a Ilttlo spot In
"Italy's Flamlnc Front." which WO1 vmir hnrk vni-H lliif vnn will Int prmv
Men of this Corps enjoy as many booked for tho Star theater Sunday up Into woods if you are not caroful;
nnd the same promotions, privileges nnd Monday, was postponed for ono let's dig that up, too, and plant It to
and opportunities as are afforded In weck' cau.s,n,f tho Star to go darka f0w nlco vegetables. We're sure
Ul iVU UlfeULO, iuu mo u ivou.b .. JUU Will IMIJUy llll'IU, U11U )UU IVI1UW
patrons tonight will get the benefit that "Klamath" can beat the world
of a double bill for tho prlco of one. for raising good, wholesome, sweet.
Every one is urged to come eariy, as
thcro will be only one performance.
Men nre brought Into close associa
tion with Medical Officers and nre
thus enabled to learn much In the
Special Schools have been estab
lished for tho Instruction of men of
Highest cash prices paid for fine
Oregon Indian pipes and other relics.
Postofflco box 266, Klamath Falls. It
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WONDERFUL DISPLAY OF
WOMEN'S REM TO W
NEW YORK'S LATEST CREATIONS
A New York Store Right at Your Door,
will do on dlsp)ay at
Consisting of tho Newest and Latest Creations. Coatft, Suits,
Dresses in Silk, Serge and Jerseys. Waists in Georgette, Crepe
do Chine and Volls. Also a Full Line "of Ladies' Trimmed and
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
APRIL 6, 1919
AT UNUSUALLY LOW PRICES
W'e will make this a Money Saving Event as well as an
Attractive Display of the Most Authentic Stjles. There are no
Garments alike in the Display. You may be certain of an
Exclusive Model in whatever jou select.
crispy vegetables. Thoreforo, thoro
is no excuso for you to offer.
We have garden seed of all kinds;
flower seeds and sweet peas for your
beautifying, and blue grass and white
clover for the lawns and parkings.
Let's throw away our hammers and
boost; that's tho stuff. Wo'ro with
Now. let's watch 'er grow
Klamath founty News
Mrs. Frank Stewart and
Regular Convocation this Tuesday
evening at 7 HO W'oik In Hut llnvnl
Arch lhgiiH, followed b tmiuiui't
Sojourning nimpiiiilouH roidlallv In
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family visited with friends In Klaiu- jjo event of tho local theatrical enl
nth Falls Sunday. endar of tho present season Is IuvchI
t .i m,.. win in,.,,.,.. ,, ul with rriNiter lutuiest or morn iin-
Klnmnth Falls visitors Snturdar Itlrlpntlotttfif genu no onjovnioiit limn
Klamath tolls v sltors bnturdnj. .,UUo-H (5rVutcsi Prohleui. ' J Stuart
Mr. and Mrs. h, A. Schrelnvr vlh- lUackfon's master production star
ted with their son, Mr. Ai thvir rtiiK Mitchell Lewis, which will lm
Schrelner and family Sunday after-1 presented nl tho Liberty thnnlor on
Tuesday ami wotincsimv .viaimeiw
every day at the hlhortv I It
Sovernl of tho people of this neigh-1
borhood attended tho meotlug ut t no
Mt Lnkl Church Friday night
iTOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FIRST CLASS COOK, second conk
and helper want Jobs In lumber
camp Umiuiro at Houston lintel
DATE CHANGED ON
"Italy's Flamins Front"
Through an error In the booking FOR SALK- Stilish summer gown nf
of tho feature battle picture, "Italy's, becutlful material; practical, nnili
Flaming Front," tho dato has linen jet appropriate fur ball room Uoouii
changed to Sunday, April 6th, open- , Metropolitan hotel I U
Ing with a matinee at 2:30 p. m. . ,,
IF THH PARTV who took addle1
from my horse about half mlli'j
from my home, ! miles end 'if Mer
rill, will return minio. no iueniiiinn
will be asked. W 11 tlri'mm. I-H
CARD OK THANKS.
We wish to taks this means of
thanking the many friends for their
act of kindness during the sickness
and death of our beloved mother and
grandmother and also for the many
Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Williams,
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Kinney
FOR CHINESE NOODLES
TAMALES & CHILI CON CAKNE
Arnold's Chili Parlors
Corner Sixth and Klamath
Pretty today. Isn't It?
Don't yah romembor, years and
years ago, on a morning like this that
mother dear would have kissed you
good bye nnd you. you Ilttlo cuss, and
weed, and everything, would hnve
played hooky and never give n w hoop
whothor school kept or not. o got
some new seasonable things for
Pigs, lambs and spring generally
i got hero together
comes In tho spring The diamond is
I the blrthstono for this month The
diamond Is mined in Africa, Ilrazll
and British Guiana, in South Auger
lea. Tho diamond Is sometimes u
token of affection; also giving tho re
ceiver a steady Job for lifov Tho dia
mond Is an Investment, and as good
a one as you can make. ""
And, Birdie, Spring is really the
time for love. Everything craves
lovo In tho Spring. It's really fun to
bo a tumble-bug in spring. Pleaso
somo ono write mo a spring poem. I
and I'll print It .and mukoryou ono "'. ...-,
the loading poets of tho I'nlted States! I I Q V DTI TU 17 AT V I?
of Oregon7. And, Flower, I moan, , LI DC ft I 1 1 II Lit 1 Li i
Pumping and Irrigating
Plants of All Kinds
G. C. LORENZ
123 North 6th St.
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$ 'it 'J
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S50 to 1,000
"WHICH PHONOGRAPH IS PLAYING?"
One thing that e have noticed many times when
plajing the Sonora Phonograph in our store is how
often people entering look around to locate the Phono
graph pla)ing, give it up, and then ask us.
In our minds this is a great recommendation, for no
other Phonograph has till power of throwing the toncK
equally to all parts of tho room, besides eliminating that
annoying friction or scratch,
Tho Sonoru Phonograph has Invarably been chosen
by our leading musical people when subjected to the
strongest competitive tone tosts.
The Sonora was the first Phonograph plajing ALL
makes of records to be placed on the market, and actual
ly plajs ALL makes of records better, conclusively
proved by meduls awarded it in both Europe and the
United States during the paht thirteen )ears.
We carry practically every model of the Sonora, any
of which we will gladly demonstrate at our store or in
jour home, in comparison wUb any other make,
EARL SHEPHERD CO..
STANDARD PROVEN QUALITY INSTRU5IENTS
Next Door to Postofflce.
FOR SALK I have two Maxwells j
ono Just overhauled and now In
Foril paint shop; sett II; will -t.-ll orj
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PASTURB FOR LIIASi: ll.onoj
acres title land of Klamath Drain-,
ago district, near Midland and Wor-
SJ" don; suitable for grazing cattle, Unci'
bprlflg always tnn bo tv,,,,H, llll0 ,w ,,ary 0iti.d .
units. M Motschonlmcher. L Jacota.l
W S Slough, committee I -If I
Arc waiting for you in my low-rent shoe store.
Prices range from
$4.75 to $8.75
$1.50 to $6
so you're sure that wc can
"fit" you in price as well ns
in size. No "false economy"
in the prices you'll find here.
Low rent, cash buying and cash selling they
menu just as much to you in dollars and cents as they
do to me, comparatively speaking. Come up and get
a line on my naw Spring Shoes.
BRADLEY'S SHOE STORE
727 MAIN STREET
. piie.m: ;t8.-v
Violet, If yah see unybody thnt wants
to buy something In Jewelry, reml TUllDCnAV
em ovor to McHnttan s,
street, wrong side.
APRIL 3 and 4
HALE OF TIMIIER
Sealed proposals In duplicate, each t
in an onvelopo marked "Proposal for
tribal timber." and directed to the
Supervisor In charge, Klamath !
Indian School, Klamath Agency, Ore-
gon, will be received until iz ociock
noon, Pacific Coast time, April 30.
1919, for tho purchase of tho mer
cBantable saw timber on the follow
ing described lands: Portions of sec
tions 25 and 26. T. SI S R 7 K, l
W. M comprising all tribal timber.
The timber Is estimated ut approxi
mately 3,000,000 feet, all yollow plno.
The lowest bid per thousand feet,
board measure, log scale, which will
be considered for this timber Is
$3.35. All timber must bo cut, re
moved and paid for under regula
tion prescribed by the Commissioner
of Indian Affairs before Dec. 31.
1919. With each proposal a cortlflcd
check amounting to $500.00 must bo
submitted. This check should be
drawn In favor of tho supervisor In
chorge, Klamath Agency, Oregon
Checks of unsuccessful bidders will
be returned, and that of tho success
ful bidder will bo applied toward tho
payment on the timber or retained os
a forfeit if tho bid Is acepted. and
the bidder falls to enter into contrs"! .
for tho purchase of tho timber within I
thirty days from the date of the ac- I
centanco of the proposal. Thfc timber
must be paid for In advance of cut
ting by doposlts of not less than
$1,000.00 each.- Tne ngni oi mu
Commissioner of Indian Affairs to
waive technical defects In the ad
vertisement and proposal and to re
ject any and all bids is reserved.
Further information ns to tho.tlmbor,
and regulations concerning timber i
sales may bo obtained from tho 8u-'
porvlsor in charge, Klamath Agency,
Klamath Agency, uregon, marcn
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THE NEW BIGSIX
Beautiful in Design
For the fJrcat Siipi-r-Pifidiictiou
Plael by Theda I Lira
Matinees All Seats, ii.V
KvcningN All Seats i!,V
The pow'cr-icwurcej of the New Seven- Pinen
ger Six ste as notable at the beautiful bevfl
edce body which to dittincuishei in appearance.
Its creat motor provides two distinct powtr
ranees a "touring rani;e" for ordinary driving;
an emcrcency range forextra speed or power.
Yet with all its ability, this car is economical;
for the motor pre-hcats its fuel and sets the
utmost out of ft.
Notice, too, the fine-quality equipment. The
silver-faced Warner speedometer, Waltham
clock, extension tonneau light and other high
class conveniences are good examples.
Come in and tee this new car. -
DUNHAM AUTO COMPANY
403 Sixth Street
Ladies' & Men's
MADK TO ORDER
BEST OF WORKMANSHIP
rERFECT FIT GUARANTEED
Prices nre very reusonahle r
Your Inspection Invited '
Chas. J. Cizek
OIH Mala St.
i Ten Years Experience
I ' The Heider Tractor is the result of ten years' experience
J of men who make plows the Rock Island Plow company,
j They know a plow from the pig iron to the paint; they
I know what it requires, so they made a tractor to fit a plow
I that is the reason for the Heider Tractor.
The Pulling Pewer:
I The pulling power of the Heider tractor is twice that of
! some of the tractors of equal rating. Why? Because it
I was made by people who know what would be demanded
of it the pulling of plows and farming machinery the
hardest work a tractor is called on to do.
g Easy Contrel:
I The simplicity and ease with which it can be controlled
I is one of the chief features. Just let us show you that
' will speak louder than any statement. We know the
Heider is just what you want. Let us prove it.
The Heider burns cither gasoline or distillate or kero
sene, and is noted for its economy in fuel consumption.