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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 6, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
E . J . M V B II A 5T ,
JAMES S. SHEEHY
L,. ..-.. .... m- a i v..v . I lirntml Ills lilrlluliiy with u IiIr illn-
.... . ... . .i 1..... niiir. nt. which tiuontro Rliorlffn f.orrit
nc.nB w." ovor will ho ,con to Woi.nes.lny n.n.ooo. " . - . - ; -- - - , , nmy Irtll(I(iy (!0()llllM
how to tho wishes ot his hotter half ! lint incomiR m no ,.-. .. ... ,-...- nb(j (,oorn01H wr0 , ,
n.i M mnrn lnnrn to trip the llKht i tornoon was spurn ."..., " . i , ...... ,
who thouKhtt hl3 days ot I her homo on W.jnIiIiikIoii Street.
illlll UIKU Hll'iu ii.... ..- . --..-.- .11 .H..n.
fantastic Ot oruno. tho younR folk , Iiir to hhhiiio-h m uon. in. " ... Tonj w ,m a H(U,h, , lU
will hall his coming with ildlRlit. for J RlnR for tho new hooks to ho rcml li of m(m mmn (0ny
thnv aro ever roi.ly to Improve tholr.tho Club members iIutIiir tho oiwu- CnrMUn Ankmiv and her
Puhllsheil dally except Sunday hy
Tho Horald Publishing Company of
Klamath Falls, ot 115 Fourth Street.
'nullity to dance. , Iiir year. daiichtor Ollndys. who nie vlsltlm;
, , llephurn says he will re , ! J ' ' IS ; " J-"" """' ??, ,r
'ero only a month, but thoo who. J " ,,, WM ,, r,olv0(1 The , lr ted Rues Mr, r, .Jar-
Entered at the poS.offlco at Klam- U.unv of 1,1. worK e.sewa, re ,,,, , nnnri.c,B,,a. Hetreshments I " V" , ' ,V Mrn N
mth Falls. Ore., for transmission thru this, for the demand for lilt sorvt.-e Bi terbeln Ms. I.. H. I' lit h. Mrs N.
tho malls as second-class matter. fs S0T1K tl i,0 great enough to com-1"1- " iCantrall. Mrs. Davis. MIjh (llndys An-
' ; ,,'0i his lenRthenliiR that period of, i Urny. Mrs. Cordolla Ankony and Mis
addrInlil'nit'ed States "" tme considerably. It is understood Tho friends of Mr,. Hose Poole and j Coriolln Cttnirall.
One year ... ....- $".00 ,10 will Rive danclnR lessons in the Mrs. Charlton Currlan. of l'ortland.j
Ono month 50 Moosc Hall Monday. Friday and Pit- surprised tho two Indies at the homo ow that tho haylnp season Is well
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and white, with a law bounuel of
pink Hweet peas RrnehiR thu eniiter
of tho tablo.
Those who enjoyed Mr. Ilmltou'
hospitality were : Sheriff (Icon"
Humphrey, Allen Sloan, llort H. Ilnw
kins. Mrs. Orvn Kriiest. Mrn. Frcd
errlck Mnniuardt, Mls.i Minnie Illini
um and 1. K. HIrIow
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The Associated Press Is exclusively "'encTii iuesuv. !.... "" "'""""" ; ,u..u, ......
entitled to tho use for republication Thursday. Perhaps his coming will , tho homo of Mls.i Ariios hco ami car-, Saturday a
ot all news dispatches credited to it reslut jn ,x rekindllnR ot tho social ' rled to the Poolo resldenco at dinner all(1 nicpio,
or not otlicrwiso ci edited In this pa- ' , , . s0 ulct . . ieasml,t ovenliiR was passed ' r.,coivo,i
or not otlicrwiso ci edited In this pa- " , t has beon 90 ulct A ,,ieast ovenliiR was passed
Der. and also local news published ,,lt ' . , .
,Min for so many years. in uancuiR nmi i..uH..
All rights of republication of spe-
clal dispatches herein aro also reserv- , ...
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t'-ii.... r. . nn i. rnl.il.riii.i nvor . nt a luncheon tilts week, nt whleli
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ml Sunday with a dance near mount oi win vihuihk yuuiu.
sev.irnl townsiieoiilo have ' ladles were present
r,.,.,,ivn.i invitations to tho two if They wern: Mrs. Iimo IprwIlllRer
1 One pair souvenir clmp slicks 'fr...
fnlrn and aro lookliiR forward to n
; Those present were: .nr. aim .urs. K00d time with entliuslasni.
.,n ...no win. tn the Harry Poole. Mrs. E. II. Poole. Uor-.
J members of tho A. N. v. Club atcr Torrey. Fleanor Torrey. Mrs. 0n Wodncsdny .1. E. Hratton eele-
Mrs. Mabel Carter, Mrs. .Chnrlos
, Moore. MIhh Vorda Coziul, Miss Vora
Houston, Miss Inn (loulil. MIhh llar
I luira and Ml us Hasiel (Joollor.
or Cafo, 7th St.
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' K. K. K. Store. . , ""
S.TUltlAY9 Si;iTK3IIlKK 0, UHO. '
The opening of the deer season
jvlth its lure of hundreds to tho hills
and surrounding country somewhat
curbed the usual number of society
events ot the week. However tho com
ing of the foil and winter season pro
mises to bring on many importnnt
functions among society folk in Klam
-Nothing that has occurred In the
social circles of the city for some
time has caused a greater stir than
lias the appearance here ot L. A. Hep
burn. Mr. Hepburn is a teacher of
dancing not the ordinary, every-day
jazz dancer, but a teacher of the art
ot dancing that is fast becoming the
recognized paitlme of the people of
tho nation who have tired of the
"rag" that has been the source of
much criticism. He has for years
taught dancing in the army and navy
circles and is one of the very few
teachers recognized by the govern
ment. Another peculiarity about him !s
that he carries with him the strong
est indorsements of the commanding
officers of both the navy and army,
the chapllns, Red Cross officials and
leading church and social workers.
But this Is aside from the real In
terest he U arousing here. It is said
of him that he can teach anyone how
to dance, and the prospects are that
Sunday, Sept. 7th
BIGGEST DOUBLE BILL OF THE SEASON
HIS THIRD MILLION-DOLLAR COMEDY
By Willard Mack. Directed by Reginald Barker
A woman at bay and the man who
paid the price '
Matinee, 10c and 25c. Evening, 15c and 35c
Hilvo yaw over thought what a dreary and desolato placo thin world would lie
without Music? And how lonely tho house la where thoru Is none.
Ah h Ruanllan angel Is said to follow us through life, so Music Booms to ho over
with us on our journey troni tho cradlo to tho grave.
If Uils 1m true, then it Is also truo that each homo should hnvo tho best Musical
Instrument that can bo procured. The only placo to secure tho best InBtiuinents for
tho least money Ih at tho KLAMATH FALLS MUSIC HOUSK. Wo can supply y u
with everything In tho Music lino. Pianos, Player Pianos, all klmU of StrliiR and
Wind Instruments, as woll as Shoot Music and Music Hooks.
In Phonographs wo carry only tho throo Standard makes:
THE NEW EDISON DIAMOND DISC AND AMBROLAS,
VICTROLAS AND COLUMBIA GRAFANOLAS.
This Is tho only placo you can get Records to play on any Phonograph. You will
always be welcome to como in and listen to tho best music played on the best Phono
graph. Instruments sold on terms to suit.
Do not forget tho plncc,
KLAMATH FALLS MUSIC HOUSE
GEO. A. WIRTZ
733 Main Street
KLAMATH FALLS OREGON
'v JrALATJAin rv-iijiy uiuun i ri7
V WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE L UJ
OUT I nc.n unwvj
f mrwootfs Pharmaf v
KLAMATH FALLS OREGON
WHERE? PARTICULAR PEOPLE
BUY THEIR DRUGS EsSlS3
Eveiy 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 in 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
you 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 books 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 ever.
One will be given to each boy and gfrl 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 books we will be able to wait upon you
promptly. No long waits with the attendant confusion We pay especial attention to
children unaccompanied by parentsthey can buy just as easily as the older folks, and
if any errors are made we will correct them.
KLAflATH FALLS OREGON w
WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE
BUY THEIR DRUGS
Especially those in the 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 youi; books and not
have to wait for them.
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 jrder, and we will return
proper change with the books,
just the same as if you were buy
ing right in our store.