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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 9, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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KLAMATH KALI BRANCH
MASON, EHRMAN & CO.
Omcc 120 8. Oth St. lhono 87
K. II. JEFFERSON;
I in 'in
Riverside Cabinet Shop
All Kinds of Furniture
General Furniture Repairing
Screen for Windows nml
10 MAIN ST.
CLEAN UP TIME
Your clothes need cleaning also.
If you want them done
right at moderate prices
Repairing and Dyeing
D. & M. CLEANING CO.
FREE DELIVERY SIXTH AND MAIN STS.
Thanks for tho timely aid.
Wo still havo n fow wrist watches
left, mid wn got noma Reed watches,
llko Howards, Klglns, Wnlthums nml
. Hnmtltons, In vnrloiiH sites.
I .New stock of elght-duy iiuiutel
clocks nml alarm clocks,
i Hoautltul diamonds In various
sixes. Itlrth stone for this month;
nlso given as n token of nlfectlon.
' Vnwlv fllnrnvored illnninntl Until
jnre In Rrlllsh (lucana.
. ... .,.. . . . ., Tho diamond Is n real Investment,
LONDON, (Correspondence, of the nml vou cnn mwiivh roalUo somcthlnK
Associated Press) Intense Interest on them at any time,
has been aroused bv the govern-1 The cushion shaped diamond of
ment's announcement that tho long I Rrntulmn's days iwns n groat source of
.... , , .,,.,, i comfort, but they arc cut round to
projected tunnel under the Lngllsh" M ,, ,noM?who r nImrcntly
Channel to connect KiiRlnml 'nud on (h ''square" can "get by" without
Franco Is soon to be constructed. Tho breaking the corners,
rust nf Ihn enleriirlse Is ronchlv est I.' Wd Rot soft collar pins
mated at $100,000,000. Some say thoL N" mB"c,r ,ho.w "ruff" h. nc,c.k'
, , ,, , . , i - i, i these work Just tho samo. I took tho
tunnel could bo complied In M: topography of my hoart yesterday.
A commission In Carls which has
been discussing this project also Is
cm Nil IN
SMITH I'KIXH I.IKH NF.W MAN
SINVK TAKINtl TAX I. A IN-Hl'F-l'KUi:i)
considering the building of tunnels
under the Ilosphorus connecting Kit.
rope with Asia and one from Glbral-
I tar connecting Kuropc with Afrlci.
The English Channel Tunnel Com
pany already has dono a vast amount
of work In anticipation of the re
sumption of actual construrtrou of
the tunnel to France. Engineering
plans are said to be so far advanced
that the work could begin at onco.
With the exception of the Pan
ama Canal, it will be the biggest en
gineering enterprise of modern times
The total length. Including np
proache3 in England and France, will
be 32 miles, with more than 21 1-2
miles of it under tho sea. Tho plans
provide for two tunnels, each eight
een feet In diameter, connocted by
cross gallaries at intervals of 200
yards. The maximum, depth of water
on the route is ISO feet, and a cover
of chalk about 100 feet thick would
be left undisturbed above the crown
of the tunnel to provide against dan
ger'from enemy attack with submar
ine explosives. The tunnel's lovel
below the sea thus win be about 280
Pay a Visit to the
Ford calls his-paper Tho Dearborn
Independent because its birth cost so
much and it can run without sub
scribers or advertisers. Jacksonville
and I still love you. Sun glassos.
spux, mngniflors and Mold glasses.
lilnck ribbon, gold trimmed, wrist
bands. See them.
Mg stock of silver ware In various
patterns. Tho "Lourian." latest pat
tern In 1S47 Rogers.
Full stock In our windows today.
Wo are going to havo on occupa
tion tax. Cuto, tho thoro nro somo
of us that ore pretty woll-fcccupled
paying our taxes. Ono of tho lowest
forms of Intelligence is a taxpayer.
Wo havo somo lovoly llttlo crosses
and chains as Easter tokens.
If you don't know about Easter
there is a book that tolls about It,
nud If you have tho time, read it lot
n'uou' this man, as ho Is the best man
that history has any record of. Your
slm are geriorally In someone else's
rot ton mind.
c have a number of articles suit
able tor Easter tokens.
Don't you rcmombor when you was
a kli and stole, I mean, hid tho eggs
for Easter Geo, but them was the
Yes, dear, wo fix watches and re
pair most anything. Set your dia
mond and sell your old gold, and
we'll put ourselves out to plcaso you.
I can't pay my taxes, so hurry to my
aid. McHattan, 605 Main stroot, be
tween Sixth and Seventh; wrong side
of the street.
The St. Paul's Guild will hold
their regular mooting nt thu Lome of
Mrs Drockehbrough 519 E ISIh hi.
Thursday April 10tl nt 2 30.
Remember the big doublo hill nt
the Liberty Thursday, 9-2t
the inner man
When the wants' of
clamor for recognition
of the season is at your call,, and a good,
substantial meal such as we serve will
fortify you for the daily grind.
JESSE BAILEY, Prop.
Phone 185 610 Main St
Rig Double BUI at the Liberty
Thursday evening the patrons of TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
iiiu biuaiij hiii uaic au uyiJuriuuiijr -
to see two complete shows for one ad- INFORMATION WANTED Anyono
mission price. "Five Thousand an knowing anything about tho whoro-
Hour, Starring Hale Hamilton, and nhntitii nf Tnm Trnlnnr will ln him n
"Marriages Are Made," starring Peg
gy Hyland, will be th.e offerings, and
as they are both excellent pictures,
the public Is sure to be pleased. The
regular prices will be effective for
this big show, 10c and 20c. Remem
ber the place, and date. Liberty the
ater, Thursday. Matinee as 2:30 p.
m. as usual. 9-lt
favor by sending It to the Herald.
FOR SALE Chevrolet car, as good
as new, $500. Enquire Howie gar
One of the strongest nml most
convincing evidences of tho popular
ity of Tnnlnc thrmmt America Is tho
lirgo number of lettei.s tlmt nro be
Ing received dully from well known
men and women, lolling of the io
marknhle results they have iIoiIwmI
from Its use.
Among the ninny lerelvod In tho
pnst fow days Is one from John Smith
of 318 Eighth Street, Richmond,
California which Is especially Inter
esting. Mr. Smith .states tint he had
suffered for twenty yens, with his
stomach, Ihcr and kldms, nud hnil
reached the point v. Lore ho wished
each breath would bo tho Inst He
also siiya that whim he began ink
ing Tnnlac ho weighed only ono hiind.
red and forty-eight pounds, but that
ho now wolghs ono hundred nml six
ty six making a gnln of eighteen
pounds and thnt ho feels like n new
man. Following Is his letter In full: i
"To whom it may concern. "X, (tin
undersigned, cnn truthfully say thnt;
tho wonderful medicine known ns
Tnnlnc has dono more for me In thlr-
ty das tlmo, than any other medi
cine I havo even token before in mi
my life. I have been n sufferer fiomi
stomach, liver nml kidney troubles ;
for twenty years. 1 have taken .lrj
bottlos of Tnnlac. and todny 1 feel
llko ii new man.
"Ileforo I started using Tnnlac It
didn't mnko any difference what l
would cat or drink, It distressed mo '
so much that I wished 'lie next !
breath would bo my Inst. AImo when I
.started taking this wonderful medi
cine, I only weighed one hundred and
forty-eight pounds, Today I weigh
ono hundred and sixty-six pounds
havo gained elghtcou pounds nlreml)
and nm still gaining. Also beforo Ink
ing Tnnliir I couldn't sleep either
night or day, but now I nverngu about
nine hours steady hleep and I liae
an appetite like n horse. I mn now
fifty years of age and I can't praise
Tnnlnc too much for whnt It tins done
Tanluc la sold In Klamath Falls by
tho Star Drug Co., and In Lorellr bj
the James' Merc. Co. Adv. i
Wishes to announce tlmt there will bo on
display and SALE an exquisite line of
lingerie and Jersey top petticoats in assorted
colors, Thursday, April 10th.
Trimmed and tailored hats, novelties in
styles ,at a popular price.
519 Main Street '
THOSE BETTER SHOES
o discriminating uuyers seening exclusive
lels characterized by simplicity and goqd taste,
Van Bellcn's shoes make an especial appeal. An
asset, too, that's seriously to be considered.
Now is the time.
Get your Oxfords today. We have tyiem in
black, white and brown ,at remarkable values.
FOR SALE Good tour room house
near high schoel: price only $1,000
on easy terms. Chllcote & Smith. 9-3t
The Croat Donuluritv of the Truvel.l '
crs LOW COST Guaranteed life pol-'K0R SALE Modern four room houBe
icies is reflected In tho fact that dur-l near llth street pavement; excel
fng 1018 this progressive company Is- lent condition and cheap at $1,500;
sued more than 821S.00O.000 of new. terms; Immediate possession. Chll
cote & Smith.
life business. Ask Chllcote fc Smith
about the NEW Hill) Dnlirlus. 9-lf
' w I I.-1l D A f !. lnHJ.i A.. ... I. . ......
Inur nn Punlnnnrin tvlfli ftrn nlni-n
. S', F un8U ionti,st' Is lE.8tl1 scrconed front and back porches.
In Klamath Falls; office in the BristflL Uwn, bg Iot; prco onIy 2,250. with
building, above Sugarman's store, 6th ior,n r.,h rMii t, k,ui. i.n
(let a Travelers accident and health
policy and protect jour income. Chll
cote & Smith, Agent. 9-tf
We nre ulways on the Job ready to '
take care of your Are insurance, flill-
cote & Smith, 03.1 Main nt. 9-tf
Highest cash prices paid for fine
OREGON INDIAN' PIPES AND
Postoffice Dox 266
KLAMATH FALLS. ORB.
Special Matinees and Prices
for Two Days Only
Friday, April 11th Matinees 1:30 and 3:15 p. m.
Regular prices prevail, 10c and 20c A child
accompanied by a parent admitted free with
each 20 cent ticket.
Friday, April 11th Evening, First show, 7:30 p.m.
Second show, 9:15 p. m.
Adults, 35c; children, 10c No free tickets.
Saturday, April 12th Matinees First show, 10:30
a .m.; second show, 1:30 p. m.; third show, 3:15
Admission 10c and 20c. Note Children with
parents admitted free at morning matinee
Saturday Evening ;First show, 7:30 p. m.; second
show, 9:15 p.m.
AH seats 35c; no reduced price for children.
NOTE the above schedule of shows and prices
has been arranged so that eveiy person in Klam
ath Falls can see "MICKEY."
We are bringing this show here at tremendous
expense, and we are limited to two days showing,
but with the number' of shows and prices above
given no one need miss "MICKEY."
Remember tho big doublo bill at
I tho Liberty Thursday.- 9-2t
Remember the big double
the Liberty Thursday.
THE PARISIAN BEAUTY SHOP
The" Harper Method
of Scalp Treatment and Shampoo
ing. Facial Treatment,
510 Main Ht. Phone 860
To the Tax-Paying Citizens of Klamath Falls:
Do you wont Spring Creek water for your clty' use nnd flro protection?
I do not have to tell you what Spring Creek is. Vou know what it Is,
and where it is. You also know that your city is badly in need of a nure
and abundant supply of water for your needs, and for the increased needs
of your city in the future.
There is but ono stream In a reasonable distance that can furnish this
to jou, and that stream is Spring Creek.
I am now in a position to offer you all of Unit part of Spring Creek
thnt is necessary for yournecds in future, no matter whether you grow to
a million or more. Tills property ran be obtained for a very reasonable
price by thu city of Klamath Falls, with a perfect title, and all government
"red tape" cut out, on it is privately owned.
It lias taken twenty years to obtain this property by Its present owner;
it is intact. The owner prefers to sell to Klamath Falls than to private In-
dividual-,.. It is offered )ou first, jou run either take it oi" not. If jou do
not, it is fort'icr lost to )ou, because I have at this time several offers rom
I other purtles vtho nro tery anxious to own it for private use. If you do not
tako it, I shall dispose of it to others. If the citizens are Interested enough
.to take this matter up with me I shall be glad to meet a committee of our
representatives- any time or place named, with this object in view.
I This is the last word that I have to say in bringing the matter beforo
J the people.
I In order to take up this chance it is necessary to act at the earliest
possible moment. I am willing to await your, reply a reasonable time.
As others arc uwaiting iny acceptance of their Offer, or refusal, I
would ask the people of Klamath Falls to let me know as soon us they can
whether they want my property on Spring Creek.
It. C. WINK, Owner.
are the reward of proper care and attention. A few minutes spent
each day, and the use of nroper manicure toilet articles will keep
the hands smooth and white, and the nails in beautiful condition.
consisting of nail polish, cuticle re
mover, nail paste, nail white, file,
emery boards and orange stick, all
in a little case as illustrated,
We also have a full line of the CUTEX Manicure goods, Parkers'
Nail Preparations, and many others.
To keep the hands soft and white we suggest a
pair of rubber gloves.
Faultless gloves are the best, but we have them
in cheaper grades, too.
Prices from 75c to $1.25 per pair
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