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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 2, 1920)
FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1020
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
TIIK TICK OK TIIK PICTURES
A NEW ONI! EVERY DAY
II. W. POOLE, Owner HARRY ROREL, Musical Director
THE FAMOUS DOLLY SISTERS
(Yancsi and Roszika)
H. N. MOE, Proprietor
"The Million Dollar Dollies"
A romantic story of the plains in which
William Russell stars in
"SHOD WITH FIRE"
On Sunday we have the big special
Mrs. Ida M. Tetze has returned
from Weed, where Bhe has been
nursing during the Influenza epi
demic. C. L. McWilllams arrived last even
ing from Redding, from which city
he drove a machine to this city. He
states that the roads to Topsey Grade
are In splendid shape, but from Top
sey to this city they were abomin
able, as it rained all of the way, thus
mud holes and ruts deeper and mud-
wilt take the position she formerly
held with the Woman's store in the
baby department. On special days
Mrs. Wilson will give embroidery and
knitting lessons as formerly and the
women of the city will welcome hor
back as this position has been left
vacant during her absence.
Leon Decker-will move to Mills ad
dition tomorrow from the house he
formerly occupied at 1125 Main
Mrs. John Enders will return to
her home in Ashland tomorrow after
a week's visit with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Jacobs.
Mrs. Louis Jacobs and son, Ru
dolph will return to Alameda tomor-
Mrs. Matt Eagan and Mrs. Hines , , , ... .... T
,..,...., I row after a week s visit wit Mr. Ja
cobs in this city. Rudolph is attend
I ing school in that city.
I Miss Verda Cozad will be hostess
tonight at a dancing party to bo
' zivpn at hp Whlto Pol loan hnlnl'ln
turn tonight from Berkeley where she. ,,,., ,, T,. . . . .
, ,. ,, vt. j ... nonor ot Mrs. John Enders of Ash-
Is attending school to spend the ..,, u v v .., .
Easter vacation with her parents. J 8Pend'nS "" "
Charles and Jerry McCartie are In xr, ... xt..j . . , . .,
,,. i. . j . .v , v. .. Mrs Byron Noud entertained Mon-
the city today from their big sheep H, ,..! . v v
v , n "ay evening at her home on Seventh
Tanch In Bonanza. , 4 , v ...... .
tj i n j nv r, oncei iu uuuur 01 Mrs. iien iuiicneil.
,, v ... . . . . Those present were Mr. and Mrs. M.
lins have arrived from Cork. Ireland. LavenIkf Mr and
wh vrMS.eHn"P. fnF rCC Mr- and Mrs- B Teed' vl' Sanl
with Mr. McCartte's brothers In Bon- f . . , . ,
iu.u, ititi uumuui uuu 1UIU iiOUa.
Miss Albertina Nitschelm has taken
a position at the "Bluebird."
are in the city today shopping.
Mrs. H. N. Moe will return tonight
from a month's visit in Berkeley.
Constance Shallock, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Shallock will re
the city from
L. F. Lozler Is in
Medford on business.
Kenneth Perry will return tonight RTOCK FOU SATE QV
uum j. a. j. wnere ne nas oean laK-
Always Suggest New Draperies
You are no doubt planning to
replace the old hangings in one
or more rooms if so we urge
you to purchase now while
Months Ago Prices can still be
taken advantage of for every
invoice we receive for new
draperies quotes a substan
tially increased price.
Our drapery department is .
showing a wonderful array of
beautiful Nets, Cretonnes
Draperies in colorings that
fairly breath the spirit of
Spring. Prices range from
45c to $2.00
Elegant Exclusive Models
Dozens of New Suits Strictly Tailored and Ctistomo made Suits
for Semi-dress. No matter the purpose, the material, the color, the
tailoring should be the first considerntidn. Every suit is excel
lently tailored throughout from the carefully cut seam to the
detail finish. Suits for Smartness and Standard in service.
Special showing of Tweed-O-Wool Suits; the American idea of
The New Coats Are Vastly
The New Sport and Polo Coats and more elaborate wraps are all
unanimous in giving effect of charming youthfulncss. They in
clude the season's pet novelties. Most interesting assortment as
to style, color and jnaterials. They are priced at
From $25.00 up to $75.00
Special showing in Black Velvet coats, $35.00 to $50.00
Many New Fashion Points in
New Spring Frocks
and with the delightful interesting styies they show it's really sur
prising these dresses can be so moderately priced. There are
attractive frocks in Taffeta, Satin, Jersey, Crepe de Chine, Georg
ette and printed materials at $14.50 to $65.00.
Then there are stunning creations, in Tricolette, Wooltricotine,
Wool jersey and Serge at $16.50 to' $65.00.
New Styles in Separate Skirts
Surely the vogue of the separate skirt will be greater than ever.
We have never seen lovelier ones. There are plain and pleated
styles in mixed fabrics; Plaids, Satins and Taffetas. Prices range
from $6.50 to $25.00.
Neckwear That Greets the Spring
The center of the neckwear stage here is occupied just now by the
New Collars and Vestees ruffled and ready to be worn with New
Etons Coats. Prices are from 50c to $3.00.
KAYSER SILK HOSIERY
KAYSER SILK UNDERWEAR
KAYSER SILK GLOVES
ing a special course in engineering.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lynch are In
town from their home In Merrill
display ,at o. k. rarx
The strck for the Hereford sale at
Mr. and Mrs. Ilobert Calhoun are the ' K barn tomorrow ls hero and
on display at the stable. 13. II. Holl-
oway, owner, and Colonel A, L. Stev-
spendfrig the day in tha city from
their home in the Midland road.
Mr. and Mrs. Krdnk Wilson have enson' auctloneer. will arrive
returned to Klamath Falls to reside eveninE ' conduct the sale,
after an absence of a year in Califor- i '
nia. Mr. Wilson has taken a position' ADVERTISE FOR WHAT
in the Garish grocery and Mrs. Wilson want and you wln.set it.
XOVEIj scheme to uuv
GHOCEIUES WHOLESALE Is that a person
All thero ls to it
will pay $2.25 a
i month for the privilege. If GOO asso-
When tho announcement was mado. elate themselves It will bo posslblo to
that the Klamath Cash Grocery was
going to sell Its groceries -at whole
sale, plus transportation, It was
thought that thero was a good sized
colored man in the woo'd pjle, but
when it was looked into it' was soon
found that it was a safe, sane, busl-
mako it a gt, and tho Indications aro
that this number will bo greatly ex
ceeded. Bolonglng to this organiza
tion will enable people to effect a
saving tot at least 25 por cont of their
grocery bill, so It will readily bo seon
that the charge of J 2.25 is a very
small fco for getting one's groceries
at cost. Mr. IIolmc3 Is kept busy
explaining tho project and taking ap
plications for what promises to revo
lutionize tho grocery business in this
county. All tho monoy is held In
trust by. tho First Stnto nnd Savings
bank until tho GOO members aro se
cured, when It Is turned over to tho
Klamath Cash storo. Full lnformn-i
Cash storo, 717 Main stroot. 2-lt
Tho household of Miriam Coopor,
popular film star, Is one of tho most
cosmopolitan imnglnnblo. She pos
sesses nn Amorlcan husband , n
French mnid, nn Irish groom, n Jnp.
iinoso chauffeur, n Scottish houso
keopor, n Spanish cook, n Chlncso
cnrlnnr n nmrn n..n !... .1
tlon may be secured at the Klamath ' but,or';'u '""" "' uuu
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IX.'". iiWW MvM
GET A KNOX HAT FOR EASTER WE ARE READY-TO SHOW YOU ALL OF THE NEW SPRING STYLES STEP IN
AND TRY ON A "KNOX," AMERICA'S FINEST DRESS HATS
SUITS FOR EASTER AND SPRING NEW SPRING SUITS ARE ARRIVING. WE CERTAINLY HAVE SOME CLASSY
STYLES AND FABRICS TO SHOW YOU IN "KUPPENHEIMER'S" FINE CLOTHING MODELS AND STYLES THAT
WILL PLEASE ALL BUILDS OF MEN TALL, SHORTSTOUT AND REGULARS. DON'T BUY YOUR SPRING CLOTHES
UNTIL YOU SEE TH1 "KUPPENHEIMER" LINE FOR SPRING PRICES FROM $25.00 TO $125.00