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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 11, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
IHIIUV, MMUl ll(
FOR ESSAYS ON
1J" "W. O. Agor, chairman, Malheur thod of making money with whldi
county thru Kay Clark Huiloy, conn- War Savings Stumps are purchased
ty school superintendent; nnd riut-i Tim luudeM work porfnmiid (tlnip
son county by J. K, (JrntUe. rhtilrmmi, mt In, kind ot wink nml icsults con.
j Imvu already adopted tho plan uf glv- shlcred) In selling slumps between
I Ihk n number of small prUcs In War Janiisry 1 and October 1. I'Jl'i
havings Stamps nnd Thrift Stninps
'to Hoys nnd sill of school age In In Thrift Stumps for tlu 10 net
i the respective counties, for the most best adventure In any or all of these
i Interesting adventures met In ni'ipilr- elases. All letters must be In h
iliRiiniinq' with which War Saving October I, 1919, The committee ot
! Stamps are purchased between Janu- JuiIkci will be lmmed by the county
M l'OKTI.ANI), April 9. A limrnn ' nry nni' October Itl" year. The superintendent of schools nnd the
,..., , ,, , . , ' content Is to close on the llrst of Octo. chairman of the war swings oigunl
Intcest story of now to get n'-.cad Is i,., , , ... . ,
iu is oer n,0 wnr,j Wll be made In zntlon.
tile most Interesting thing about the the various counties by the K.th. Thrift adventures, the Instructions
practice of thrift. Otherwise. It Is .ij The winners In the various conn-' read, must not contain to exceed ami
'""" i'"!. suojeci. uregon War ties will then bo announced and the word.s. In making the axuirds the
btamp neadqunrttli'S Is hi! most novel thrift stories will bi. sent IiiiIlm.s will be iMildeil hi their etl-
""""' soml esiinoruiimry interest' to the .state henduunrters for publl-, mates of the stories submitted by the
in ll.e all-tlie-year thrift campaign city use.
in this state by cncouraclrc tho
The three first prlxes will be three
county organization's that ftre push
lng the, sale of the baby securities ot
ho government to offer prizes f':r
"AiHentures In Thrift."
Jlarton. thru Its county chairman ' which War Savings Stamps are pur- j
W. M. Smith; Cluckmnas by J, R. chased. I
Calavan, county clinlrnian; Jackson'
Then tboie lire to be 10 $1 prliex
426 Main Street
following points Compnsittm, ele
ment of self-denial, humiin Interest
$. War Savings Stamp certificates
These ar llrst In e:irb class
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For the most novel, the most uii-LLt.IVlfc.INCfc.AU aAVto
usual method of making inonev with , .r-r-. .-.p a CCA II AWT
The most Ingenious or original me.
PERFECTION IN QUALITY
ONCE TRIED ALWAYS USED
ASK GARICH HE KNOWS
I'AIUS, April 11. - (lly the Associ
ated 1'ress.) I'risldent I'olucare has
commuted to ten vears' Imprlson
melit the death Sentence Imposed
upon Kmtl ("ottiu, who. In an at
tempt to assassinate Premier Clem
entenu on Fobruarv 111. last, shot and
severely wounded him. The common,
tlou of sentence was on the recom
mendation of M. ('leuieuci)tiu himself
and following an appeal in peitou to
the President by the prisoner's mother.
Garich's Quality Grocery
220 Main St.
Klamath Falls, Oregon
lllVOItt K .( TIO.V ni,i:i).
I An action for divorce has been fil
ed by Kdward A. Johnson against
I'nnzu F. Johnson In the office of the
1 County Clerk The pl'ilutiff charges
cruel and Intuitu mi treatment anil
makes other allegations Fred II
Mills Is the plaintiffs attorney
PRODUCER TO CONSUMER
Jt ST A i i:v nooits i:st
or postofi k i:
There is the right place to get your quality
meats, and there are "trust-to-luck" places, but
for thorough satisfaction and enjoyment, go to
the People's Market.
534 Main St
out MOTTO "iii:st mi: VIS
. at p.i:st i'Kiri:s"
I'anc.v Pot and Oven IEimt,
cut fiom .the best I Kliintatli
llecf at the follouiug price:
I'iiiicj Slioulilei- Own Ito.isl-.
iiilv per lb.
Mrc Cuts of P.ollliiir llccf
I He pit- lb.
.lulcj Plule I loll -17c
Sugar Curctl Itacou Hacks at
lrs, tban Wholesale
33c per pound
Phone Your .Orders
That is meeting with considerable suc
Fruited Oats and
Sells regularly for :20c; to more
oughly introduce, we will sell at
for a limited time.
See our window for the lino of Hoina
goods, the best of their kind.
Pork and Heans, regular 20c size,
for Saturday, two cans for 25c
Best Creamery Butter, the pound 60c
Fresh ranch ogg, the dozen 35c
After a day or so nf u-k-ness
we are all on tin j,,,
again in the
FRESH, HOT HOME.
FRESH HOT ROLLS
On your way home .stop in
and help the wife out by tak
ing home a part of the meal.
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WHAT ED. HARMON
THINKS OF "MICKEY"
tuei'ii the hem and the Milan which
l-'aiuoiis .iiilnir. II. C. Wliuer, Writes "Uli make the war look like a cnmi!
.tlmiit (licit Pi-imIiii tiiiu uf
At a private sliowliiK of the fnmoilH
photoplay ".Mickey, which will h.
Vic and IihikIi auywayn. Joe, ntnl Ml key In I lie ki- i' 'nt
iliev Is limes when digrrctloii l liet- eer throweil .11 1 ,iiil ir
IT tlv.111 a piiucli in the none Joe. rer uf tlnim h Jii 1 i' n 1 l-s
lliey It iiIhh a Unlit In UiIh (ilrture he- ollri trill).
i:h 11 i.mx
(The I, ,1; 1 ii' iui'hUI
uf lieauli.iK Joe, theHii Kiiyn IIkIiIh -
wiiu everyiuitlK mil axiM. ami wreckH )SS(l,f KIN (II P Mtl'MMWIII"
a limmo iluln' It. whllut Mickey Ih N(,.n N .ri,(V ,.,,. tliat on
hlliKlif hy her iiiiIIh from the roof. .i,.r,., . 'i!i. Ho- uml.-r.iKiipJ dli-
Well, Joe, I iit ho "Helled they was M,.li....l l.m i'.ni- l.ntlnr
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TUs jt11.Mj2Mtnr1 nfi rlritttc ''""t
, jgM1r Mm jrmMm rmq warn u,hpi
Leadership, once established,
is strengthened and confirmed
by its followers and imitators
Bevo's leadership is proclaimed
by the largest rear guard that
ever followed a leader.
Sold everywhere - FamiHe supplied by
drocer,drutoi and dealer.---Visitor
are cordially invited to inspect our plant.
Mason & Ehrman Co.,
Distributors ' KLAMATJJ KAIX.S, OHE.
1 mw,- -,f 1 1... 111 ,1, ........ 1.. .1... '" iiinnv people look n at inn an at ..i,.i...u i..u, ... 1,,,. ,.,. lUm
near future, Mr. II. '. W'ltwor. tin- Ul" I'lclure. nnd Jeanne Ketssore ami hoIvch Indehled to Hie f-niicr Arm of
I brilliant and witty author, madu a re- H"yw ." ' !"" K" H,,ll-k "" M'ninl Nor- McAullffii ft Daly arc reiiuentej to
mark that afterwards materialized m "V'n ! 1 "' . . ' K"1 ""lrr,,', ,,)r nee either of the undemlKiiHl
la letter as inumoriiblu as his famoui . J"" 'u" ,,IHl ,,u,y w,lH ""thin Dated April II. IJHH
Ilaseball to lloches" stories. ",r "'" ,"' " t l. and any- ) ) , 1 I.IFKE,
"Joo ought to know about this." h ,w"" J"" w'" hoiiih Kuyn liiirk of nn l-:it MAUTIN J DAI.V
nuld Invited me to do the same, because , -
And the following week this char- 'h"f l'".';' "'11c",,l '" ,'n Mlck"'' ' Harmonious m.tlons l.r..uKlil Ihi
acterlstlc letter wus received- """ "ol l" '" ar " Hun to his knees Inliiinminlom no-
A Atlantic Port J". the llrst time you get a furlow tlons may let him up iikhIii Oretn
lly the name of New York. K" "ni1 HC" "'I Iktu plrture, becniisn () Piedmont
Well, Joe, I liavo Just seen a movie -
which makes the mother pictures look
like osteopath views, or whatever
they call thorn things you look at
with a magnifyin' gluss. This hero Is
some picture, Joe, I'll tell the world,
and the name of It Is Mickey. Me and
Jeanne wont to see it on uccount of
not beln able to get seats for the
Fifth Avenue Librury, and maybe wn
uln't glad, Joe. I'll say wo are, only
Jeanne, she's afraid that feller will
come and collect, and maybe shn's
right, Joe, becuuse In this hero burg
you nover could get nothln lor
nothln', oxcept w saw this for noth
ln'. Well, Joe, they is more action
in this thing than they was at the bat
tle of the Mnrne, and they ain't a dull
minute from the time Mickey makes
her first grin at the audience till she
starts on her honuyirioon and thu like,
witn tno iiandsomo und good-lookln'
young hero. Mabel Normundy Is
.Mickey, und sho Is some dame, bellevo
mo! Joe, silo cun swim. ride, scran.
dance, und oh, boy, how she cun lovo!
Joe, if I wasn't in tho wur, I would
rather be In tho movies, especially
ono with Mabel Normundy In It. If
the leudln' mun in Mickey gets any
wuges It Is n outrage, because ho does
nothln 'but niako lovo to Mubol Nor
mfjndy from sturt to finish, and If 1
could do that I would pay tho people
which mud a the picture.
Well, Joo, I cun't toll you all about
this movlo, because then you would
save tho money, und not go when tlioy
jiiuyj 11 wnoro you uro, nut I will say
that they is tho greatest horso rucn,
for liiBtunco, In It 1 over seen, it in
tho same as the rcul tiling, only bet
ter, mid I bet tho guy next to mo fifty
bucks on Mickey 11 nlaco. Joo. Well
Joo, Mickey win it, pulled up, and
this big stiff wouldn't pay off bocauso
ho says it's only a movie, nnd he don't
think tho others wiih tryin.' Joo, If
it hadn't been for Jeanne I would of
bust him then ami there, but ho wus
We'll Furnish the Ammunition
It used to be thought that flies were simply an
noying pests. But now we know that thov aiv a
constant menace to health. On the feet of the
fly can often be found enough germs of typhus,
scarlet fever and other diseases to inoculate an
entire family. It only requires right conditions
for the germs to "get busy", with disastrous re
sults. We have a complete line of
Poison Fly Paper, Sticky Fly Paper, Fly
Buttons, Insect Powders, Fly Swatters
4i 'and other Fly Destroyers
The first fly is the one to swat. Start your fight
against them npw.
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