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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 25, 1919)
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MATH FALLS. ORFGON
WAR L0AN CHAIRMAN
- V i :; EXTENDS ARMISTICE
Ihe Jewel Cate
H DAY FELICITATIONS
The waiters and cooks are not on strike now
but the housewives are, as they refuse to prepare
Thanksgiving dinner when they can get turkey
and all the K00(1 things that go with it at the
JEWEL for $1.00, from 11:00 A. M. to 8:30 P. M.
, Heart of Celery Klpu OIIvi'h
Turkoy Ultilnt Honp
Tom Cod Tartar Hasico Hpeclal Crab Halad
HtufTod Klamath Turkey, Craiilmrry Hanoi
Candled Hwoot I'otatoon I0h itlIoiil Corn
Hot Mlnro Ho Fruit Cnko
KiikIIhIi I'Iuiii I'uddlw;, hard and dellilouH iiaiicii
Our regular dinner also at the regular price.
THE JEWEL CAFE
I A lflUar. HOinnwImt liolntml Imu
Iwieii received from Hdward Cook
InKlinrn, Oregon War Loan chalr-
irian, reiivnyjru: Armistice Day grool-
,Ukh JhroiiKli thij local coriimlltou.
The. letter wait evidently Intended
for each various communities ad-
The Old Reliable Place
610 Main Street
illlnni UeMiioml, olio of tlio moHl Proposition" will bo nt tho Liberty
topular f ' "" 'l(;,,lr, ",0 Hcroon1 tfiilKht only. dressed prior to Armlstleu Day, but
ju dciclopi'il, will bo at tbo Liberty j wan In some manuur dolayod. . Tlio
HnUlit n "Mfc k A Funny rropom-i following ropy wan received by A.
Try Herald want ads. Tliuy " bonier, city cbalrmnn, during tlio
I .... it... iinimi Ittilillftu lint
Ion a" "B "' ' ' i-.im'i mu
nory l tlU viewpoint of nno who .brim; results.
km tho funny Hldo of lifts. Tlio ple
Ure In full of punch mid pop and
riirs William Desmond an oppor
tuclty to display bla tiilont iih a high
daw comedian "Llf'H a Funny
Liberty Loan (ainpalKii:
whom a imu nan iohi any or iih .
scales, by a wound or an ulmiHlon,
ithoy aro never ronowud.
Given by the
Thanksgiving Eve, Wednesday, November 26
A good and jolly time assured
"And No FooIinV
War Tax included.
Ladies Free. Dancing 8:45
Permit me to extend greet
IngK lo yourself and jour cltl
znnH, and to Join with you In
the (elubratlon of tho flrnt an
nlwrsarv. of that day destined
to become memorable In his
tory, which commemorates tho
glorious lctory of our country
and Its allleH In the great world
war. I again congratulate tho
people of your community upon
the o erwhelmlng success which
the) achieved In the several
Liberty Loan campaigns Tho
record of jour district Ih a last
ing nionuin-iil to their self-
sacrlf'ci . aril will he an lusplra-
t Idii to Americans whenever
their country again stands In
On this occasion shall wc not 4
pledge anew our lives and for-
tunes to our country and its in-
BtltutlOiis and resolvo to bear
our obligations of citizenship
today with the same serloua
and blghmliidcd enterprise that
was shown In tho dark days of
the war? Let ub not glvo less
freely to our country now In the
faco of domestic peril than we
We are handling select birds
only. As the supply is lim
ited, we will ask you to
place your order early.
A full line of Olympia and Eastern Oysters for
your Thanksgiving dinner.
Klamath Packing Co.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY ( "JAZZ CLUB" WILL
WANTED Store work or store or
olllce cleaning by high school hoy
Phono IG0-J. 23-2t
December 11, 12, 13.
i Tomorrow night the "Jazz Club"
will give the opening dance of a se
ries planned to be held through tho
i winter, each Tuesday and Saturday
night, at the Moose hall. The Kay-
Tho ladles of tho Cntheli: churi.h'jay orchestra, heralded as a snappy
aro requested by tho committee In musical organization, will play. The
chargo to meet at the assembly room promoters of the dance are E. S.
or tins church next Friday afternoon Kowlt and Ben Jacobson, recently
1:30 o'clock to sow for tho Fair rrnm pnrn.n,i
bo held Dec. 11, 12, and 13. i ,.,,. ,. ' , , 4l.
24-tt ' going to make these
. . dances appeal to the best element of
ZIZ .the community," said Mr. Kowlt,
December 11, 12, 13.
gave when It confronted foreign
On this anniversary wo cele-
brato the fulfillment by our sol-
dlers and sailors of their obll-
gallons, but our citizen army Is 4
not yet discharged. It has as-
sumed obligations which must 4
be paid In full. 4
Your record during the war Is
undoubted assurance of quick
response to every call of your
country for financial support.
1 am sure It is only necessary
to remind your citizens of the
deficit in Oregon's War Savings
quota to make certain its
prompt subscription. Oregon
has never failed.
Director War Loan Organlza-
tion for Oregon.
"and .no rowdyism or unbecoming
rnnrflirt will hp tnlorntof CinnA
LOST In the Post Office, Saturday milBlo . nilmh(ra ,, ..,.
night, package containing brown " ' " ", " "
crepo blouse and other articles. "leul matures ui umureni sons win
FIndor please return to J. A. Perry, be put on the program as well as
Golden Rule Store. 25-2t dancing. Our aim is to provide en
tertainment for all without any dis
agreeable features for anybody.''
ALASKA NEEDS POIJCE.
The Barber Shops of the city will
bo closed all day Thursday and open
until 9.00 o'clock Wednesday night.
VALDEZ Alaska, Oct. 25, (By
WANTED A check protector writ- Mail) Establishment of a mounted
ing machine. Spot Cash Basket police force in Alaska similar to the
Grocery, 822 Klamath Ave. 25-lfRnvnl v,nrthwpa. xtert pnr f
-.,. ... -
Don't you ljnow if
you wear rubber heels
on your shoes that you
will get much more sat
isfaction and comfort
out of your old shoes?
We'll put you on a pair,
and they will last you
longer than leather
heels and are much
cheaper. We 'use tiest
heels only. j.
Bradley Shoe Store
727 Main St
Before laying down this news-' Canada was urged in a federal grand
paper, read carefully every adver- J"1' "iU" ll,cu ucl """
tlsoment in It. Thos- R'SES. Jr- governor
PURE MILK NEEDED
"Tin: i'ick ov Tim pictitki:s"
H .V. I'OOl.i:, Ouner. IIAKIIV IIOKIIL, Musical Dliettor
Continued fioin Page 1
"LIFE'S A FUNNY PROPOSITION"
"THE WOMAN UNDER OATH"
Comingf Soon '.'Broken Blossoms."
Dpors open at 1.30 and 7:00 P. M.
Grado A pasteurized milk, for most
people will buy thnt In proforenco to .
raw milk. ..
Next month at health ofllcors' con- V
vention at Portland I will see tho
Columbia Supply company, 92 Front X
street and Monroe & Crissoll, 91
Fiont btreet, in legard to a pastour-
iyntion plant. Milk dealers of this Z
city should write these companies f
and also soo somo moinbor of tho ?
eitv health board, bocauso tho tuturo
nilik supply of this city must bo t
clenn and safo; and an ordinanco to f
provide tho samo will bo enforced. I -
HEADQUARTERS FOR jA
DALLAS, Tox , Nov. 25. South-
western district bendqunrtors of tho .
I o. SfoutH of Ainoriea, ombrnclng i
Arizona, Louisiana, Now Mexico, Ok- J
lahonm and Texas, Imvo Just been cs-, t
tnbllsl&d In Dallas. J. lT. Fitch, scout f
n-t...nnf It.rt nt Prilnmlllia flhln. lias i
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of tho dihtrlct.
THE PEOPLE'S MARKET
Phone Eight-Three Phone Eight-Three
FROM PRODUCER TO CONSUMER.
Turkeys Turkeys Turkeys
We have an unlimited supply of the finest birds that w,ere
ever in Klamath Falls. Turkeys are plentfful. Come in and see
them whether you need one or not. Nearly 300 to pick from,
weighing from 5 pounds to 30 pounds.
If you prefer a goose or a chicken, we have them. .
Please come or PHONE your order EARLY. Phone'83.
Notlcfi la hprehv irlvpn thnt frnm
, Alaska, in his message to the last , this date I will not be responsible
The water of the Antarctic ocean Alaska legislature, declared Alaska , for any debts contracted by Henry
is colder than tha tof the Arctic. ! should have a similar force. ?h??leyan ?"e- November 24,
I 1 1919. E. H. Quigley. 24-31
MAIlKIAGi: LICIONSK ISSUKI).
A murrlago Hconse was issued yoa-, i
torday to William Mnyfiold and Eva
White. Both are residents of Fort V
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