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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 6, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON,
"" "?to '
J. A. llamaKcr Is In town from
Bonnnra In theInterest of tho good
roads movement?. 4
Ed. Sutton, who hns a rnn'ch nt
Millar. -Hill? was' transacting busi
ness at-tho x county' seat Saturday,
J. W. Stewart, an export watch
maker of Santn Cruz, California,
has taken a position at tho F. M.
Upp Jewelry store.
Dert Tompkins loft Sunday t,"t
Noy Springs, where lie will spend
several, weeks In hope of -benefiting
Fire Chief F .C. Miller and Pa
trolman James Hilton of tho polico
department, bagged Individual lim-i
Its of valley quail yesterday near
Mrs. Jack Tulley of Algoma left
with her four HtUo grandchildren
"SundaV'mornlng for Mcdford where
he expects to enter them In the
i costors, nm In h
"f " J . 1 J
aloiidr Jor uuiganej ngnlm
father whtiThnil deported him.
v'oliis. It cried J
boromo n admiral of thoAuiorlertn
navy. So ho stnrtod on hi vtyige
of vongennce determined to Kill. ,
Hut tho way of the avongsr l
I often long and Its side trail lend to
strange destinations. Vuklo found
his father serving n groat flag In a
gient cause the war ajctifust nor
What wonder that the joung nm.ii
with hot blood In hU Wlm decided
that Iho grootor fight wart tfco truer
veugeuueo. and enlisted to serve' un
der the star ami stripe against the
At the Liberty Tuda.
. In tho picturizalion of Mark Lee!
IiuthcrV "The Uopf Chet," Moretbyj
GIsh canios the same personality .
nml character that made her famous
in "Hearts of the World." 'lnl'uiHnyi
rcones she uses almost the same cos
tume, and tho disdainful tossing of
her head; tho chic and teasing ex
pressions that onco brought peals of
laughter from the audience when shei
acted tho "Little Distill ber" part
tho wholo individuality of her big
gest success nro, being used to make
thin n!ittifi, llt tnrwft nil rni'tlA In
The Womnns' llnllpf Pm-lin wtlll........ . . ........ .
meet-la. regular session. this evening , , .,,." ' . , , ,.'
Inutile Odd Fellows Hall. ' displayed at'thehtar Theatre ten'ght
:-o I Director Fliuer Clinton states that
wwwmiiwimwwiwiw. tuc.picturo tiic. picture, la Hue Hom
ing else ever done as to character
isation, patliot, sympathy and laugh
ter, ItpQrgu. Pun celt, the eteran
U iiiSTiTiii iiiiTiif si ? v. ll
8 ami broths. Their difference lies
in their fresh flavored goodness.
S Tlioy nro delightfully crisp, sntis-
fyinp and daintily salted. Sold
N fresh everywhere by grocers.
B Don't ask for Crackers raHfie
I At the Theatres
fchnractqr.tictor, hpent -hcveral wee1w
reuearbing ami advising wtin jurs
Glsh n1! to the iny In which certain
scenes should bu played
If you vrftit to see some rennrk-
ble "gun play" go to tho Liberty
Theatre tonight, where. "Tho Lono
v. iwutci wiin-umiam rarnunii
In the' title Yolo wjll bo shown for. CVnTtfl inr jP. en
EL'S,",0- Thvui-H Gi wiSSi ,s
gives sr-performanco that will long Tho very styles that New York's
bo remembered by all who witness most fashionable women aro wear-
It. It shows Farnum at his bes,t J ,nB
and his best can't be beaten
"His Birthright," his right to his
That is tho motif of the
great human drama starring Stissue
3:2G . 537 Mam St "
ACADEMY WILT, ItKCHlVE PUPILS
Until the capacity of tho school It
reached, day pupils will be recoived
ayaioawa, tho Japanese dramatic thn mnst rnmrni nttontinn win i, viv.
tar whoso fame is world wide. ' en to the thorough training of your
prown to manhood, secure In his cll"d. Full particulars may be sdcur-
fcrtlef that tho name ho bore wn8-ed.bycalIiiiK,at the Convent, Seventh
laaii hi- o ,... i , ,and Pine streets .or at the Acadoihj
S?jAlBi a oun Japanese has re- por the present we are tinablj to ac-
vealed to him the true story of his f commodate any more hoarders, but
Wrth. He found himself an out-.' applications will be .received and In
... ,iioa tlinm ft. n ,... I, .IJ1 l.n
in his nwn "-""" "s " " jovnv ii ini iir
4.11111 11UIU UlC 1W31. Ul Ui'llIUlllll.- Ill
tuo order In which they aro filinl.
Sacred Heart Academy.
cast without honor
BHt the blod of his mother's an-1 C-tf
M NEW CITY I
R 'STEAM LAUNDRY I
Si Finished Work H
H Rough Dry Hi
H We bavo opened a steam H
JBB cleaning and pressing do- H
Hi Wo do everything In our H
Hj We mako a right price B
jW illlll Hl(muilluu ull "UAi H
B Try Us Once H
H rhono 151 H
K OlUce, 127 4th, back of 1st !
H Natlcnal Bank Hi
KS . AM) 7 MAIN' H
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR SALKr Take jour choice All
aru bargains lfiu acres; 85 under
Irrigation; Horsefly pioject; Str.i
horn railroad htroiigh place, deeded
right of way; $40 per acre, half cash.
200 iicrcs, 151 under liortiefly
project; good house, bain and out
buildings; lino garden spot; on Lost
KIcr quarter mile from Bonanza.
Piiie stock ranch, 800 acres, 1G0
under cultivation; private reservoir
will irrigate about 200 acres; all
fenced; 5 miles northwest of Ilouanza
SO acres, 00 acres under Irrigation
small tiaVmcnt down, balancn on
' easy terms.
1 For Information on above call at
527 Klamath Avenuo G-31
IFOR SALL' Slightly used furnlturo
Private party. No dealers Call
119 Fourth St. C-Ct
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Iwo Nights Only Commencffl
"-Wednesday Night by. Special Arrangement With
'!?. .' OLIVER MOROSGO
Maud Fulton Comedy
WITH THE ORIGINAL COMPANY'
VAXTI5U Middle aged woman as
i housekeeper iu small family for
two or three months. Work light
.Wages good Herald olllco G-tf
FOR SALK Modern and well Im
proved home In Hot Springs Ad
dition, soven rooms and bath, full
basement, fireplace, storm porch,
fine gurden and largo gurugo. .Cor
ner Huron and Kl Dorado Avenue.
Louise K. Ferguson, Phono 44 or
(let those Hip IjooLs for tho next
hunt at N. tt. Drew, Cor. Gth and
The House of Kuppenhcimcr Clothes
SnCHULi " i
I I w.M
(Of The Kuppenhelmort
a Kuppenheimer suit ahows'thc same skill and care of the master
tailor in every detail. The fancy silk lining of the coat, harmon
izing beautifully with the suit fabric, lends a distinguishing touch
that is exclusively Kppcnhcimcr. All inside scams arc hand
somely piped with silk instead of plain alpaca. In fact, a Kup
penheimer suit is just as good-looking on the inside as the out
side. Distinctive Fall Styles to show you.
Shirts at N I).
Drews Store Gth and
TTz. 7. rr-: : 1
liuoi une wnne Airuaio uog es
caped from crate at depot, notify
American Hallway Exprets Co.. $
LEADING CLOTHIERS AND HATTERS
KUPPENHEIMER CLOTHES KNOX HATS
The House of Kuppenhcimcr Clothes
LOST-i-Auto crank, Saturday on
the Kcno" Road between Murdock
Ranch and Kliitiuth Falls. Plnder
leave at Carlch's Grocery and receive
GERTRUDE & CO.
LOST Elk charm with namo nnd
Lodge No. 383, Missoula, Mont.
Finder return to C. R. Williams,
Washington Hotel and receive liberal
Complete lino of veils nnd veil
ings the fashlonablo long veil two
ya'rds In length, also grjuaro and cir
cular In all the new shades,
GKUTRUDK & CO.,
3-26 ' C27 Main St.
ANNOL'NCHMCNT Thoy will contlnuo their Hlb Tjw
Taylor and Rettcli of tho Crater Vulcanizing nnd Retreading uJW
Lake Service Station havo Just rrr-' lo thank tholr patron- '""J '"' . i it
FOR SALE A Chevrolet, a Ford,
Maxwell and an Oakland. Inquire
A. C. Henllno, 327 Main G-tr
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EUGUNE WALTER'S DRAMATIC SUCCESS'
TIIK TICK OF TIIE I'lCXUIlES"
Hi W. Poole, Owner
Bought ao'd P
Reserved SeatsrNMr on Sale
I will build four bouses on very
desirable lots, to milt purchaser. Can
furnish money at C'pt cent If yoii
are Interested in getting a home see
Robt, 8. Pry, Montclulr and Cross
2u rr..l. 4DJ r Of
Tr nia, ?li uai udt
Wo wish to state that the
Perfection Dairy did noL cliungo
hands and It Is continuing tho del
ivery nt the old prices.
1 quart por month 30 days $4.00
1 pint por month 30 days $2.2.r
Our milk Is filtered In the mostl
sanitary method, Vour trado uol- j
For other rates call 1UV
-2t .. W, E, 1'orkliiH.
I'lVotl a consignment of Leather and
Rubbor Belling, also Rubber Sheet
Packing. They aro going to handle
the Schultzo Chrome bolt, tho best
belt on tho murket today, 37 por cent
less slippage and CO per cent moro
elllcloncy. Tho Condor Rubbor Holt
of which every ono knows can not bo
beat In quality and In price.
Tho Portland Rubber Sheet Pack
lug must bo need to bo appreciated.
Taylor nnd Rettol aro to bo known
as THE KLAMATH' RUnilER mid
HELT CO. ami will 'bo ready at all
times to assist tho usorH of bolts nnd
give them tho service they louulro.
II Ullilin umii ,...----- ,l(ti
In tho past and hope to om-
thu future ojr.i, ,
TAYLOR & IIBTTKU. Prog
Crater Lake Tire Berrlce 8 ttltt
112G Main St.. Klamath i all). W
,i... kmiA and ".
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Ilyron Noud win give "-',
Fourth St, wonciny .- -u M
Sneclul pries for tho bat im
poo. est players, w HI M -MnU
bedy welcome uiu
Matinee Every Day
Our Favorite Star
Zane Grey'g Wonderful Novel
"THE LONE STAR RANGER"
The Great Japanese Star
DOORS OPEN AT 7 P .M.
NOTICE TO SHEEP
WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR THE
BLACK LEAF 40
'""FOR SCABIES, TICKS OR LICE ON SHEEP
'The Dip recommended and recognized by
United States Bureau of Animal Industry in v
cial Dipping of both Sheep and Cattle for
IN STOCK AND READY FOR IMMEDIAJP
SccureTour Requirements of U
Merrill Mercantile Co.