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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 20, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FAILS, ORFGON
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i during th Convention and 'niiini
linil . bod nnil identv to fill And
The next ''Ik thine wo h.x o to Ret talk about a Reed tlmol I m for
rtady (or the Elk's State Conven- Convention there oivry e-ir' lt'
tion which t to lip hold in this city koIiir to ho a blc city, for no town
-XUKHt 14. IS and 16 Po yon know can stay small with such people nf
what this Convention moans to Klam- residents" Now pot busy, brother,
ath Kails? Can oti Imagine whnt nn got busy.
Immense amount of iidvertlsltiK wo -
FRUIT CANNNIG TIME
arc KoltiK to pot from It? Po you
Urtow It Is tho HIGHEST THING
that over happened for this city In
the way of spreadlnK Information of
the wonderful city we have here t
provided. That Is whore the pinch Doll t Wait tOO I O 11 JT
supply is limited give
vour order NOW.
comn.. If w-e are to reap the full
benefit from the convention every
man. woman anil child In the olty
must cet In and help those who are
now workinc to make a success of It
We must lend eory assistance within
our power to make it go off -o
smoothly that It wfll be as blp au id
vertlsement for the city ns ore our Cherries
vondernil resources Join with u ir
fch"s Grocery In giving tho help that
ts so necessary to make tH Con
wntlon a success If you have a .pure
spot In your home where a I-I nn
be comfortably pt. plan to is.' i
aril p'ace it i ilu disposa' of 'h--Ell.s
Oor.'t ai' tin II 'he '- "i
ute. Don't lot us have auyoao Icavo
Klamath Kails and say. ! would
have had a pood tune, but doggone
it I hod to walk the street all nlpht "
L.-t thm oiirv jkjv th's :-iji.uco- Just received a shinmer.t o
"Klamath Kails' Sav. Hroth-r. nou
you nr talking- Wh thar c'ty is t
inK halt up bv -ho liv.-st vim n i'f-mento Vallov. Thev are a
crickets on the Coast Ther vier-
thousands of stranger m tha, , v fine as YOU ever boileht.
Rogue River Fruit Only
i or Potatoes from the Sacra-
This l Jiffy-Jell wek In Klamath
County and we hae received u new
.shipment to xuppl.T the great demand
for this popular dessert We want
oNervone of our customer to hae a
full 't of the aluminum molds that
are so generou-dy piten by the Jlffy
Jell people for morel) a lable cut
fn.in 'i prckat of this delicious des
s rt which in o simply made bv add-'t-K
i lint of hot water mid setting It
uway to tool Of curse you have
hten renil'UR the big add in the col
umn nf tt h.Tui.i tolling toil nil
abou' how to gtt the hlc I celt
Pi. ,:i! freo r huo ,i 'n't )iif of
ill th flai on. t.nd we hiii ou to
. .-i- 'id" d-s'dn- of JfKKY
Jl ' i. t-iorro
;-n- -. on., in inn: 'ti.-i-rfi- uu'ftl
' .-nr n 'i. M.rr. oi u 1'iaki
a' ! to - turi-iK 'ti.- v i ;t'.i'
' - fih than some l.lm Jiffv-Jell
f r .! f irni-h or )ilud
Mnny n mnn dnte bnck hi ucccsi to tnc c'ay he
opened hi HAvings account.
The day you bcK" to "ve i the day you grow In
dependent. No mnn ever retired on the money he pcnt---ttrt
your s.witiK account to day.
WE PAY YOU t PER CENT ON TIME DEPOSITS.
FIRST CLASS GOODS
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Corner Sixth and Main
The Evening Herald
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Published dally except Sunday b
The Horalil Publishing Company of
-Klamalh Kails, at 115 Fourth street
"uportios ot tho comp.inv b i east
em officials Options on a mill sito
sii-ured b the compan. about one
mile north of this city have been re
leased aecordinp to T A. McC.inn.
manaper of the cnmpanj's plant heo-.
Kumors of the construction of a
mi at Crescent to take care of tho
timber owned bv the She lin-lllxon
Entered at the postotflce at Klam- company In that section were de-
ath Falls, Ore . for transmission thru elared to b without foundation b
'the mails as second-class matter McCann.
Logs from Credent timber traot
Bebs-rtption terms by mall to any wt w hillld,,.(1 . . COIIlpan s ,,
diJress In the United States: . . . , , . ,
One rear . J5 00 l'nd. e declared, and nu maiortal
Oao month "Z. ... .60 aoditlon to the eiuipment of tho
company operatinp facititis will X,-
made at this time.
Kh-mtx.s. rito.M toi'i:k.
Miss Jl.irgaret Wordcn, accom
panied by her aunt, -Mrs. John Sar
pent. Is rei tu n-.rip homo tonlpht aft
or a year's absence Miss Worden has
been attendlnp Washborn t ntvorsl'y
In Topepa. Kansas
vim. ,i u in n iiomi
I'url Now . i hn be. 'l
tendinis t:u- I'n jt of n.ni
i uci in r tu'tieii yos'urilav ., v w,
Apotid b'f ui'iri T vnrjitlori v 'j i t4
mother. .11 1 A. lon-
Henry llimln left on this morn
Inps train for Wv tdu i n a ' '-III
Mcmlx-r of ihe ,m-hhoiI I're-.-The
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fj FRIDAY," JUNE 20. 1011)
lit NOSHi;VUV.lll.0- MIIJj TO
, f-i 15E ULIIiT AT I1KXD
8 BEND, June 19 Plans for the
E '; construction of an additional mill at
k ij Bend by the Shevlln-Hixon Lumber
Bi' company were abandoned as a resu t
iu f 'he tecent tour of Inspection of the
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fe; ' i Metropolitan AmuscmentH J
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B O P E R A H O U S E
B I Wednesday it: Saturday
W ' ; .NiRlibi.
SB JAZZ MUSIC.
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he..i Liisiness in 1M43 I.onK-estab-lished.
financially impregnable, and
with nolirle-' tb--t a-" tin lo fhe-mm-ute
and service to policy holders and
bonetl' InHoH that 'h unexcelled this
ereat Institution offers you Its facili
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For full particulars regarding our
methods and now pollcv contracts
fcee'Joo C. Clrich 41-E hi .iinIO
seeOKO. C. VMlirir .DISTRICT
IA.NACJKR for Klamath Count" of
f'co over Flrft State and Pavings
Bank. 19 lOt
List your proportv with us Wo
hustle to find the buyer when tho
. nr'ro Is right Call at our officii at
'" " i St . or Phone 6C Chll"""
Select Picture-. 1'rei.erUs
GETTING .MARY MARRIED"
An AniusiiiK High Class
Vls a Tho Iteel Triangle Comedy
pkow start at 7.30 and 0 o'clock i
Admission 10 and 25 centH
-,, TODAY i
I'aramount I'resents ,
' THEODORE ROBERTH ;
' "I'UDD'X HEAD WILSON"
By Mark Twain
AUo the Final Epurade of
"The Lure of The Circus"
Saturday June 21, 1919 i
M Dobry Orchestra
YES, WE HAVE THEM IN UP TO THE MINUTE STYLES AND COLORS.
WE ARE SHOWING SOME OF THE NEWEST STYLES IN THE CITY. BE SURE
AND SEE OUR WINE COLOR WITH GREY TOP IN BUTTON PLAIN TOE. IT'S
A WINNER. THEN WE HAVE NICE GUNMETAL, WITH GRAY TOPS ON ENG
LISH LAST. YOU MUST SEE IT TO APPRECIATE IT.
OUR CR0SSETT SHOE MAKES LIFE'S WALK EASY.
WE HAVE ANYTHING YOU WANT BROWN AND BLACK VICT, BLACK WITH
GRAY TOPS, BLACK WITH BROWN TOPS, IN LACE OR BUTTON.
AS WE ARE LOCATED IN LOW RENT ZONE, OUR PRICES ARE MOST REASON
ABLE AND OUR LINE MOST COMPLETE. IT WILL PAY YOU TO SEE OUR
STOCK WHETHER YOU PURCHASE OR NOT. WE ARE OPEN EVENINGS.
Admission 10 & in ceiif Matinee
2.30, Evening 7:0 & 0.
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TPF.HRAYS AND SATURDAYS
Everybody Is Invited
! Bradley Shoe Store
THE LOW RENT STORE
727 MAIN STREET