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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View This Issue
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
We have just received a complete stock of the fam
aiiq Barney Oldfield Tires, and for one week onlv.
from December JL9 to Peeember 27, we will sell one
tire to a customer at 25 per cent off of regular price
to introdnce them in this territory.
GITH VEIt GOAT!
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For example a ,' ti'&, si
30x3 1-2 Non Skid Tire, Price $21.95 Sale Price
35x5 Non Skid Cord Tire, Price ' $77.85 Sale
These tires are made by the superior Wrapped
Trend Process with best quality white rubber and
are built for hard service.
Cord Tires guaranteed 8000 miles.
Fabric Tires guaranteed 6000 miles.
Now is the time. We are saving one for you.
Formerly the Ford Garage
H bUh yor goat,"
Scz Uncle Moo,
"To hov n plpo
Caked up Job ho.
An' leave It luyln
On th' tnlilo
J' ez nent
Kr. nny woman
Ud wnntcr nee,
Thlnkln' thet '
Mie'd let It lie,
An' then cum homo
At hx o'clock,
For any shock,
An' find yer wife ' '
(God bless 'er soul)
Hez scraped th' cake
Out o' th' bowl.
"Needed cleanln' "
Kmelled like "well
Ef 'y' got a plpo
Y' knew It's 1? 1? 17
MADE FRIENDS FOR COLONIES
And upeaklng of them let us add! Success always
iat they aro perlectly fireproof. mhfortuncs.
f'ornullUB Vanderbllt Jr. reporter
on Now York paper at a salary of
$20 per week, Jh going to ho mar
ried. Ho'll bo lucky If ho has only
to glvo his wlfo his pay envelopn i
Ono of the blessings of 'icing poor
Is to know that every time a fellow.
Benjamin Franklin's Sueeestful Dl
ploiacy In France Meant Much
to Young Country,
The first diplomat tw represent tho
United StntPR nt n foreign court wan
Ilenjatnln Krankllu, who acted In Pari
ah official "agent" of the Infant re
public In France. The crossing of the At.
Inntlc In the sloop Iteprlsnl had oc
cupied over a month, and Doctor
Franklin had Iiod ninny thrilling es
capes from pursuing Ilrltlsh vesselB.
Franklin was given n cordial recep
tion In France, nlthough his refusal, to
wear n sword or wig when present
ed nt court shocked the fnslilonablcs
The greatest writers and philosophers
of that golden age In France delight
ed to honor Doctor Franklin, and even
the venerable Voltaire paid tribute to
the genius of the American
1 PERSONAL MENTION f
John Slado, who hnn bewi spend
Ing tho jmst several months 'n Yea
ns and California points, lnvi return-1
ed to this city to reside.
iMr. und .Mrs. Cyril Uenson, who
hnvo been resldlng.ln Portland, have
icturned to Klamath Falls to live.
They say this country appeals to
tliom. Mrs, Iicnson was formerly
Mbfs Marjory Lambert.
Mr. and Mrs. (llenn Deals and
children arcleavlng for Hosovilltt
where they will pass tho holidays
with Mrs. Deal's arents, Mr. and
Mro. James Pelton, of Fort Klam
ath, Is a visitor here.
Mrs. J. r. Ward of Malln Is lcnv
Jng for Los Angeles, where she plans
to pass tho winter. ,
Mrs. C. P. ChaBtalnHs a visitor
hero from Dray, California. Mr.
Chastaln Is connected with the Dray
Vox Factory Company.
Miss Pearl Glass, formerly of
Great Fall!), Montana, Is a newcomer!
li Klamath Falls, where she expects
tc make her home.
Mr. and Mrs. J. h. Deatty, who
liuvo been spending the .past several
months with their daughter, Miss
Fiances Deatty, will leave In the
morning for their homo In Cottage
Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Deatty aro quite
Impressed with Klamath Falls and
may roturn In the spring to make
their home permanently.
At a Dlscdvantrfje.
There hud been unplcMMint ivbrd
before between the dramatist and &
leading comedian as to the latter't
habit of adding Impromptu Jokes to
his part. "There's no need for you
i to cue" wild the dramatist unzrlly.
Frank-1 nner the comedian hud done It again
lln remained In France nine year. "Your part us written Is quite funny
At first he was merely the ngent of J enough. All you've got to do Is to say
"the American rebels," and had 1:0 . tlle wor,j8 nnn- wnt for tne audience
.ra,.l.l JI.,t.Mtlfl eiiimlldiT lillt PVOn ' . i i it if .
I -alls on ou ho s not going to ask, n tli copndty ,,e ,md Ruffldcnt ,nflu. convInecd. ..Thnt.8 ri ht for
4HHH -MMMl 'i-i1 ''' '''
I ence to bring about the treaty of nlll-
obllterutoii our nnce between France and the Colo
nies, which had so profound u moral
effect on the Ilcvolutlonury struggle.
He raised a large amount of money
In France, nnd ufter tho slglflng of
the treaty became the first American
minister to that country.
Auto Robes Auto Robes
Splendid FomII Collection.
Smithsonian Institution has
he grumbled. "You live In town and
can afford the time. Dut don't forget
I have to catch the midnight .train
to my place In the suburbs, and I can't
wait till the audience laughs 1"
There's qpe nice thing
'more davs left
to buy that robe for Christ
mas. Large assortment"
Prices to suit the purse.
. enriched by a ton nnd n half of sped-1 Cloves are no longer found in
t ' mens taken during the last summer ' pickled things that are not confined
from the Durgess Puss fossil quorry in j u frult Jars.
Ilrltlsh Columbia, which was, discov-1
ered less than ten years ago. me
work was done mainly by Secretary
Wolcott of the Institution, and his wife.
In two months a section of the quarry
180 feet square was taken out. practi
cally exhausting the site which has
yiflded some, of the finest specimens
of middle Cambrian fossils yet dis
covered and the finest Invertebrate fos
sils yet found In any formation. Large
blocks of hard shale were first blasted
loose, than carefully split with chisel
nnd hammer to expose Tiny fossjl re
trains between the laminae. The shale
has preserved for some twenty million
yeurs animals that were as soft and
nonreslstant as Jellyfish, worms, crabs,
etc., notwithstanding nil the vicissi
tudes these rocks have since under
gone from the time they were simply
hardened mud. They have been sub
jected to much pressure nnd profound
chemical change, but the fossils re
Mm PICKED OVER ? !H
Up "I SHOULD SAY NOT!"
JMfe iadr1 Our warehouse filled with fine ahfeS
vPJ:Ng? musical Instruments enables ua fJfczS
fagj ; : to present fop your approval JlElS
a :. - - practically a complete stock of t i
fcfln leading makes of Phonpgraphs Mp -ri
MBES nnd Pianos. P
gp' " This cannot be done by others ,gferz:
HSf ; '-. as our extensive business over iMfejgE
BK- ten counties anc carrj-.ig no l:I3 WP-sS
Wmz r--.-1 lines helps us to give you the 'Ahtfl
jBSz best service musically.
jfel Open evenings until Christmas. lla
mtSi Earl IIS
f f Shepherd IsBi
W I 1 1 B II Business I Wtm
f " ill 9 S JzB 507 Main
P-T ASS'X TO MEET. SUIT DISMISSED.
The Parent-Teachers' association The suit of George Hartley against
will hold a meeting tomorrow after- Harvey Scott has been dismissed by
noon at 4 o'cFock at the county high ' the circuit court,
school. A large attendance is urged.!
The father 'of twenty-two children
Well, the magazine tie-up has glv- in New Hampshire, Is seeking a di-
en the scantily-clad cover- lad.e'i a,vorce and we suppose that he wants
chance to get warm. them to pay him alimony.
T rT-r-wT-w ""Metropolitan Amusement " ,
PICKED OVER. i T1)0 Horai,i wol,i,j brIns ,00,-
I should say not"' 'cheer from Klamath County; nu
Our Warehouso filled with resorvo , only ,iurjnE tho Christmas season,
ck enables us to give you better lt ,i,irng overy day in tho year.
we for Chrlstmns Musical Gifts-. gnon Kariy,
rl Shepherd, C07 Mnin St. 17-2t
"THE PICK OF THE P1CTUKES"
H ,V. POOIjIO, Owner.
HAItllY HOKEIi, Musical Dliector
The Little "Blue, Bonnet" Star ''
, BILLIE RHODES
in a story of the frontier cattle country
"THE LOVE CALL"
and a Peerless Comedy and Pathe Review with some
funny slow-motion photography
Popular J. Warren Kerrigan
, "THE BEST MAN"
Seats on sale for '"BROKEN BLOSSOMS" Friday
evening and Saturday afternoon and evening at the .
theatre. Reserve your seats early.
Doom open ls0 und 7:00 1. M. Evening pictures start at 7:30
The Savon's Mot Origiual and De
"WHEN DOCTOHS DISAfillKK"
SliiiU Swain in a I.ausliuble Comedy
In Two Parts
"Ambrose's Kapld Itisi
HKNItY HtVIXG, JH.
lni-I , .
"THE liYOX'S IAIIi"
Universal Current Events
I.j on. & Moron Comedy
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TOEHDAYH AND SATURDAYS
We have a $100.00 American
phonograph; wo will bo glad to dis
pose for it for f 50.00. We took this
la on-a trade for a now Brunswick.
Cosh, or terms, Winters, 70C Main
Phone 149-W. 13-lt
Wr DOLL GAM Er? I J '
W i IKLAMATH'S GREAT W (Hw i
Pay a visit to our great Toyland, which holds every thing .that the
little one can wish for thousands of Toys of every description.
Dolls of the finest and best makes; Doll Buggies any number of
them. Shop early and avoid the congestion.
The season's latest patterns in Cordu
roy We have just received quite a
large stock of Corduroys, but they 'are
selling mighty fast, so select from this
line early. Corduroys come in the fol
lowing colors of Brown, Taupe, Grey
Taupe, t Chestnut, Navy, White, Rose
and Copenhagen. They are specially
Now that winter is here and the weath
er is cold, we suggest that you look over $,
our huge stock of Sweaters for Ladies, j
These will also make splendid gifts for &
MyLady's Christmas. In all sizes and
different styles heJlegular, the Slip-
on, and tne popular Jantzen sweaters.
All colors and prices to suit all from
DRY GOODS STORE
' . ' "WHERE THE5 LADIES SHOP"
DRY GOODS, MILLINERY AND LADJES' FURNISHINGS
Phone 465 423 Main St.