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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 21, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Seventy-Six Faithful Years'
Ending December 31, 1918.
THE MUTAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NEW YORK SINCE IT BEGAN
BUSINESS IN 1S-13.
Has paid to policyholder anil lioneflci.irle . .
Has .lccumulatod fur them . .-
Total boni'llls to policyholder & beneficiaries,
Has tocolved fiom pollcj holders
Kpcs of foment to policyholders nnil botu-tU'", S2rt.877,;vit
That is to say, in 70 years The Mutual Life has
paid to policyholders and their beneficiaries,
and has accumulated for them, nearly 2S4
MILLION DOLLARS in excess of all
that it has received from policy
holders. The gain has ac
crued, of course, chieflly
from earnings of
Dividends to Policyholders.
Since organization the Company has paid in
cash dividends to policyholders $290,990,900
GEORGE C. ULRICH,
Office over the First State and Savings Bank.
TRUE DELAP RETURNS
AFTER 17 MONTHS OF
WARFARE IN FRANCE
tilt JniltlrtM 22 1 9 IS. True Pel. nn
left Now Yoik Inn bor In tlio Tuscanla
convoy, on hi way to Franco, titul
.iftor Hi'M'tttoon months overwm has
returned to his ohl home heie Lieu
tenant I VI. up saw t!io Tuiul i bo
down Pour tnrpudoe woie fired tit
liU ship ut till time, hut by some
luckv ohaiiro mlsed thilr aim
lli lauded safely at lilwrpool nnd
vn sent shortl) iifterw.ini to an
Artillery training school at Samiiur.
France. After throw months spent
there Lieutenant Pol.ap wax sent to
tho front with n French companv.
Tho Lieutenant remained with the
French thru May, when ho was or
dered to La Courttiip for tho purpose
of InstrtictliiR offlcofs In the artillery
I.lcutpnnnt Del.np was nsslgnert
( next to tho first American Division,
the Sixth Field artillery, ThN was the
i first American division In France and
j his company In tho division was the
first to fire an American shot during
the war. This division also had the
distinction of figuring In exery m
( portant operation tho Americans en
I tored Into. True went thru the se
, cond battle of the Mnrne and the bat
tle of St. Mlhlel and was ready to en
i ter the Argonne when he was order
ed to Vnldahon as an Instructor In
At tho time the armistice was sign
ed Lieutenant Del.ap was In Paris. He
is certain that tho celebration there
i was one of tho most wonderful thins
he has ever seen and his experiences
have been many and varied dnrlng
the last few months.
"CANNIBALS OF THE SOUTH SEAS"
More exciting than the first picture Showing
the capture by cannibals of Martin John
son, the great explorer.
Wild, naked, man-eating savages, who bury
their dead alive in
CAPTURED by CANNIBALS
Final installmenf ot
Martin Johnson's sensational pictures
the South Seas"
Tuesday and Wednesday
Matinees - 10 and 25 Cents
Evenings 15 and 35 Cents
MOUNT I.AKI NOTKS.
Mr Vlkan. pastor of tho Mt. I.akl
church, went to Eugene Monday to
attend the Synod. Ho expects to be
away a week or ten days.
Mr. W. D. nutter's father and
mother. Mr. and Mrs Ragsdalo nnd
two sisters, Miss Felora and Hernlce,
aro visiting hero from Milton
They motored hero by way of Port
land, visiting relatives and friends s
They expect to re- ?
F you want to buy
Men's Good Clothes
at less than the whole
sale prices, do it NOW
today for this will be the
LAST day of the big
Clearance Sale on MEN'S
aloiiK the way
turn homo soon by way of Bend.
Cecil Cheyno was badly kicked by
his pony one day last week .
NOTICi: TO THE PUBMC.
We hope to 'arrest' your attention J
by announcing that we have a new
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Klnmntli Valley Warehouse mid
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Veteran of Three Wars
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The quickest relief from tho pres
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pany. The prices are right. 19-2t.
Havo you a little Ice box in your
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tho warehouse. Also tho Ice to flit
them We freeze while you sloop.
Klamath Valley Warehouse and
Mrs. Mattle M. Slecth, state presi
dent of tho Woman's Christian Tem
perance Union, of Portlnnd, will bo
in Klamath Falls Tuesday, July 22,
and will give threo addresses In tho
M. K. church ot this city, beginning
at 10:30 a. m.
A light lunch will bo served rt
noon, then at 230 nnd 8 p. in. Mrs.
Slecth will again address tho congre
gation. Don't fall to hear Mrs. Slecth. You
are cordially Invited. 19-3t.
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