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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 5, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
E. J. MURRAY,
JAMES S. SHEEHY
Published dally except Sundny by
Tho Harold Publishing Company or
Klamath Falls, at 115 Fourth Street.
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FRIDAY, SKITKMHKR 5, 1010.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WHAT 11AV10 YOU 'Aro there many
I blif dairies In Klamath Co. How
much milk could ho Rottou up there,
and at what prlcoT 1 lnlh'ltl move my
At the Theatres
Through tho wonrtorful gnnloiiH
ruio.w, HMiTiamnu n, i,0
l'lonso send all bIB and claim..
cntmorlloii with tho Mm lh,?
briillon In Iho Hecrelnry, Wm "
Jinx 7, Klnnuitli Falls, AT d&
CliockH aro ready, anil tho Commit.
ronmory up thoro If I couui j;oi ly ,i ,,alnt villages of old Japan In ""'""" ".","""H" Ht mi outin7
lot of nil k. Have you Kotaii A-i . f , , mt , -. k "" !'lblo. It
ork ranch for ?a ,, uuv cas.i i vr ,, lllMllH,nil , , into William "wl iJ" "'" l''M t Kh:
i) rimy noro, wiui wnriueHi iu- '"; - ;.. .. .. ... Ui
mi reuards." Fox IMruvngiuua "Kim Kan," which
Tho ubovo isan extract from a lot- w)ll ))t, 10vn for tho first thno at KmiMy ImiimIh uhllo ju Mnt p.
tor received by mo this morning from i ibnrty Thoatro today. "" Hinllli. ' ' '
u man whom 1 know to bo very rp- thol.!uoit i noiuro im a. g
liable. Como across now Mr. Man It The clover Fox Klddlos, who will .
Motors earchllifcU gtTO Partington visitors lasting lmpreIon
atxrat the exeeaUro mansion, the White House, which wore notpo
tittle few year. ago. It Is the night Illuminations from many power
Ml rapi.-dlrectedfrom.dlfferent points. This shows TOM Whmc.
ana the east wing, with 8Uter Wax and Navy DuUdlng In tU
vou aro interested in tho develop- ,0 reiiipmhorcd for their roiimi lcnil
muiit of Klamath Co., If you have w()l m i'jnc)t mid tho llonnHMIk"
.mjlhliiB to sell that would ault this ..A)m,, nn,i tho Wonderful
"inn, or any Information ho would '" '" ,.
Ilko coinmunlcnto It to Ilobort S. 1imu," nro iiRaln to lio ituin In t.iln
My, Monclalr & Cross, Klamath Falls pnvlurllon. Their rtnrv'.orlnlinns
Oivgon, Tol 384. D-3t my, theflo oxtninrdlnarlly clover o.x-
"" 7'.n , , ,7 traxaganras noteworthy prodiirtlbns
nrSSrsas . ""
1337 Snrgeiitit Ave. 5-3t pictures.
To Hay that "Fan Fan' Is a burlcs-
WANTE1) Oood young cow, froah; nuo 0f tho Rorlnun omntioiiH nnd vntl-
also throo dozon It. I. or other f t),or ,,,,, ,,v tnesc chirt pc-
Kood fetmln laying pullets. Phono 384. MrMy fMt (hnt
' T i thoy do tako grown-up rolos and that
' WANTI3U To buy modorn houso. N. they portray thoso charactora with
i H. Uio)V, corner Cth & Main. G-3t n (, sorlousnoHR nnd mannorlsmB
Mil MIMl, inn
i iiiiiuuiiimiii :-"
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Con for i
jgles in each city were so great that thejlty in this way and distributed. , loWr your school
ifew law-abiding persons tried tp pro- u soemoil as if the nioiia hid desl i ?u)t ,,ow inmin & Co. nnd Sliny
jcuro shoes. There appeared to l" tinted for them the stores to bu loot- J nobrun Tailored suits aro beat. N. 11.
'no pretext for fitting pnyene: Shoes 0d Tl -ro were apprrently t'no most Drew, Cor. Gth & Main. C-Ot
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wero nanueu su in uuea, unu iuu sysicmauc innuum hi inuue. uvvusuii
buyers took them, 3e'cmlngly not car-1 of war protltesring. Merchants
Hint go with tho parts Is real comedy
when It is realized that thoy nro
children but this Is nrt, and not
Appearing as n girl rartaway on an
'FOR sAl.1-:: G room modorn furn-
lulmfl liniiRn. with nlnnn. bath, toll-
;ing whether they ntted or not, just, known to have violated government-,! et( Rfni( eloctrlc llghtB, prico $2G00.- Inlnucl In tho Pacific, Mary Plckford.
so they were on the b38ls of a no poriai regulation' by selling prohibited 00 with $1000.00 cash balanco J0.- t)Q j)0,mr screen star, Is seen to
Jcent reduction In price. It was n articles during tho war were treated
Wild Scrambles for Shoes Prevalent common sight to see a man loaded the same way.
Itn wlfli alinpa fnr his ipntlrn fnillllv. .
Florence Profiteers Hold , ' w , ... . Soldiers Ittpllcntcd
To obtain admission to a sho3
Mltte ,ha' $!
y y "av
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have made tfaod
M for Mr XtfUXtKt
0.,.j store wag fuUy as dimcult as buying ' Soldiers sent to restore order In
ja ticket for a Woild Series baseball 'some case3 wens charged with accept.
(game. For hours, the shoe hunters "is sms ""' "'- uuieis. "" i ui-
would wait in long lines guarded by'er times illllng their pockets with
FLORENCE, Italy, Sept. 5. If soldiers and police bofore they were, eatables, including biscuits, fruits,
Dante Alighieri lived in Florence to- finally admitted Into the store rooms.! nuts and chocolate.
day he might bo Inspired to write Shoo merchants fixed two hours in j Tho now situation created by the
another "Inferno," with shoes as the the morning and two hours in the arbitrary commandeerings and llx-
uu wuii ivv, vium uuiotii-u f""- t)0 popular screon siar, is noun m
,tZtT,,ru8roPw,iuCr..,CrC?1; -Plcndld advantage In the newly re-
000 with $700 cash. Smith Realty Co, Issued Parnnotint plcturo Hcaits
C17 Main. u-2t Adrift" which will be displayed at
i - tho Tomplo thoatro tonight and to-
LOST Automobile 32-4 chain on inprnw
Lnlcnvlnw mad. Finder loavo nt ",,,,,,,w ... J
Central Garage. Reward. C-3t The story Is a simple ono. inni Oi
. - a girl who is cast upon an Island and
FOR SALE Sowing machine, cheap, who leads a primitive existence tfntll
good an now. Lake Side Inn. Apt. fnt0 throws a man at her feet. Thov
i3, lovo each other aii7l despite tho fact
that tho man nlroady has a wife, thoy
Cnn QAT V Ttmian linlft crnnfln. llln
i ini niiio rhnirn IipiI. rui? nte. Call esnouso each other Tho girl heroines
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prime causo of evil. Nothing has auernoon lor tne opening or tueir mg or prices is now iregmning to re- '92( 0r Inquire nt Swift and Co. C-2t n mothor nnd later when tho man's!
been so evident during these post- stores, but the long line was waiting act. Storekeepers aro refilling to I wjfe nppcars 0n tho scer.)
war davs as the need of Italians for for shoes several hours before tho run their businesses on the new FOR.SALE A Ford bug in A-l coil-
- illtlnn minrnntpeil Address II. It. iriiciuii wiui ivum mui n. ..
footwear. scheduled time arrived. basis, while there is evidently i gen- , "',.?" ,.g"arnleUl AUUreBa " "' ... ,, , r,, .,,, . rl
iiuruiii uliiuu. u-n.
The recent public demonstratien: Stores Itansnckcd eral shortage throughout the vnrf-1 .
hacked by the Camera del Lavoro. ! imnatience on the Dart of the ous cities aTected by tho now eco-1 WANTED Copying or typewriting
nr "nhnmhprs nf T-nhnr." wliprB -...,i .i i . .. nnmlc ehani?pi. Almiv wntl-tn iln ' to do 3 or 4 hours per day
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stocks of goods of all description in summary seizing of goods and the families who hav2 always been lav-
the hands of profiteers in many cities resort to ransacking. Food stores abiding, have found themselves nd-
were commandeered and ordered were treated first In this way, but denly unable to buy food. Some
sold at reduced prices, precipitated the lawlessness soon spreid to cloth
H. S. H. tho Princo of Wnlcs is to
' bpend today In tho enjoyment of fish-
merchants have closed their shops Ing in ono of tho famous trout
unusual somersaults of trade, but ing and shoe shop3. Stores ransack- and Bone to summer resorts. In tho streams of western Ontario.
the wildest scrambles were in tho ed would be depleted of every com- hop? that v hen they return the erup-1
shoe stores. Here the demand for modlty eatable, wearable or porta "on wI11 nave subsided and there Vo make u specialty of fire, life
shoes produced scenes of wildest dis- hi Thorp nro mnmnio. in sioi,. will bo a return to normal condl- nnd accident insurance. 1 bono OO and
Prder- of carrying out all tho commodities, tions.
tracted waif IcapR with her child Into
an abyss. Tho man rnd lil-t wlf'i ara
Thoro nre numorous tin tiling onl
soilo.s In tho plcturo nnd supported
by Harold Lockwood and a carefully
se'ectod company of players. MIsa
Pickford Is seon nt her beit Tim nlr.
turo was directed by Edwin S. Porter.
Scramble for Shoes
I InnHlns)' thpm in n mn(n trttnlr nnrl
,.. . . ,
i we'll do the rest.
Clillcote & Smith.
The Evangelist is meeting good
In Rome. Milan. Fnrll. Tlnlnp-nn takiner them f:ur or flvo ml'-- "' Firlimlvp nnrpnrv far Itmv rnl-
and Naples the search for shoes con- of the city for distribution. Whole belbllt Clothes has' been placed with "phouThe subJectonight'The
tinned for many days. The strug- hogsheads of wine were roiied oui .. K. K. K. Store. 4-3t Greatest Need of the Hour." 5-lt
When you tako off those II. V. D.'n j
get Himto liewls Fall Union Suits.
They nro perfect In every respect.
K.-K. K. Store. 4-3 1 !
Merchants lunch at 11 a.
p. m. Crater Cafe 7th St.
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The United States
Announces that t will soil
"Stialght" grade Hour, to all
purchasers, In carload lots.
In 140 lb, JJto sucks, gross
weight, delivered to any Hall
way Station In Zjhu 10, cum
prlsliiB thu States of Oregon,
Washington, and Idaho, at
not To oxceed $10 00 per bbl.
.not cash. Purch.isors will bo
supplied from ueurcst avail
able mill, which may result
In slight saving for buyers'
Wholesale and Jobbing profits
on Mich Hunt must not exceed
7fic per bbl. and relnllei's prof
its must not exceed SIJ!5 per
Address all communications to
United States Grain
510 Hoard of Trade Ilulldlng
) I ii i man..
WV KLAMATH FALLS OREGON w I
V WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE ff
WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE
BUY THEIR DRUGS
f iiuurwootK PhanmirY
KLAMATH FALLS OREGON
WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE
BUY THEIR DRUGS
Every student in the higher
grades needs a good fountain
pen. We have some dandy pens
made especially for school use
Also a fine line of Conklin and
Waterman Pens priced from
$2.50 to $8.00
As usual, you will find our line
of school supplies to be the best
offered iri Klamath Falls.
Best Quality of tablets, pen
cils, pens, and other sundries.
Prices no higher than you will
pay for inferior goods in some
This year practically all the books have been changed, and while we have a very
large stock of most of them there are several the supply of which is very limited, and
others that will not be obtainable for several weeks.
We advise that you buy yours early, and thus secure as many as possible, and besides
vou will avoid the big rush next Monday and Tuesday. '
We have the lists all arranged, and can sell you exactly what books will be used in
each grade, so that it will not be necessary for you to wait until school opens to get a list
of Wooks needed. Of course, if any errors should be made, we will correct them.
For several years we have given to each boy and girl buying their books of us a big
balloon FREE. This year we have a bigger, better and more attractive one than even
One will be given to each boy-and girl buying school books from us.
As in former years, you will find our service to be much the best. Extra help has been
secured, so that when you come after your tooks we will be able to wait upon you
promptly. No long waits with the attendant confusion. We pay especial attention to
children unaccompanied by narents they can buy just as easily as the older folks, and
if any errors are made we will correct them.
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WHERE. PARTICULAR PEOPLE f W
Ivnj&rFvH BUY THEIR DRUCjS UTcuuac
Especially those' in the1 country
districts, will' find' it to their ad
vantage to buy books and sup
plies from us.
Orders will be sent' out the
same day they are received, and'
our immense stock makes it al
most certain- that you will get
ALL of your books and' not
have1 to wait forthenr.
From the country are especially
solicited. All books will be sent
by parcel post C. O. D.
Where there is no money or
der at your postoffice we advise
sending five or ten 'dollars with
the order, and wtf will return
proper change with the books,
just the same as if you were buy
ing right in our store.