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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 13, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
TDHSDAY, AFIUIj 13, 1MM
HKilU-ST STANDARD lMlODlHTlONS
TKRWILl.lCKK .V PATRICK, PROPS.
Chief Red Wolf, formerly with Buffalo Bill's
Circus, in Two Novelty Acts
Vivian Martin in
'THE THIRD KISS"
A picture that's dtffo vnt anil pirating
"SALOME VS. SHENANDOAH"
A CtiMlcy Klot
You'll never want to see a better comedy thau this one.
) O for a Tew days and her mother, Mrs
PERSONAL MENTION I F O. Eaton ot Red Bluff, has come
- t a . l . - m
iu neip care ior ner.
Mrs. H F. ltoellc
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Collier and
daughter hare returned from a three
week's' pleasure and business trip,
-during -which they risked in Port-
from a two weeks' visit with her
mother In Dunsmulr.
Mrs. Joseph W. Dolesa arrtTed on
land and also In Pendleton and other , last nghfs train to make her home
titles in the northern part of the ln tnl3 cltjr i( It Js possible to And a
8ate residence. Mr. Dolese is employed
J. S. Elliott left this morning for by the Southern PacIQc and Mrs. Do
Susanvllle, Cal to install the boiler Iese, who was Miss Leona Bailey,
for the mill of the Lassen Lumber &; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. J.
Box company. He expects to be Bailey, local agent of Southern Pa
gone for a month. clfic for many years, will be welcom-
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Haseltine are , d back by a vast number of friends.
expecting a visit from Mr. Hasel-, A. E, Whitman and Mr, and Mrs.
tine's sister, Mrs. Walter B. Dale, Jas. Driscoll motored to Bray this
and her husband and children, from morning on business.
soutnern Wisconsin, snouia meyt h. w. ure gory has purchased a
find Klamath county all that has ' new Dodge car.
been said of it by their relatives they
will locate here permanently.
Harold Ogle Is building a new
home on Michigan avenue to help
Ray Talbot was in town yesterday
from his sheep ranch near Bonanza
Mrs. S. K. Ogle has purchased a
home on 10th street near High and
out on the housing question. It will will move there nest week.
ho ready for occupancy in about a ' Mrs. W. O. Smith left this morn-
week. ling for San Francisco where she will
Mrs. C. H. Underwood left this spend the next few weeks. She will
morning for a visit In San Francisco, be Joined by her mother, Mrs. L. B.
Henry Grimes, who has been quite Applegste and her sister, Mrs. Plel,
sick for the past four days, is report- who reside In Ashland,
ed to be Improving. Lieutenant Leon Boler, U. S. N.,
C. L. Carlisle of Los Angeles has ' Is here for a visit with his uncle,
taken a po3iton with the D. and M. John Ansel. He will leave Sunday
Cleaning company. for naval headquarters at Bremer-
Mrs. King Price has been quite ill ton. Wash.
Why Do We Oder You
THERE is a very eood reason
why vc effer CCa paper in pref
erence to othcra. YCU ore the
chic? reason. V7c cTcr it knowing
that it is cf t' c qual.ty YOU will I
like because it rcCsC-3 t' 3 taste in I
style of envelopes and che'ee cf tJits
YCU v.-ouLl approve, and lie; be-l
cause it is a paper thst i; YCU to
When you are psss-nj cur rry;
come in and see some of the new.
tints and envelope shapes.
THE PICK OP THE PICTURES
A NEW ONE EVERY DAY
H. W. POOLE, Owner
HARRY DOREL, Musical Director
Charming May Allison is really funny in
in which she teaches a Kentucky Cave Man a Lesson
The alluring Theda in a new environment
"THE SIREN'S SONG"
Big Special Program Thursday for every 100 per cent American
"The Land of Opportunity"
is a page from the life of Abraham Lincoln
f 'The Exploits of U-Boat 35"
An official film taken by tho Germans from their own boat
MATINEE EVERY DAY
Square Neck and Middy
Sweaters are New
Square-neck slip-on sweaters with flaring
peplums and cord girdles are the very latest
word of Fashion. Women and misses will
wear them over thin summer dresses and
blouses. Especially good ones are here
at $10.00 in Rose, Lavender, Apple Green,
Red, Heather, Henna and Blue.
Middy sweaters are something new and
different. They slip on and are belted just
like a regular middy
$7.50, $10.50, $12.50
Something new. They are
made low neck, short
aleaves, with lacing down
front. Come in all new
bright Spring shades. Spe
cial, Open- 0O ttfi
ing prices O.OU
Girls' Tub Frocks- $1.98, $2.98, $3.98, $4.98
Wash Frocks in dainty styles for
little tots 2 to G years of age. Plaid,
checked and plain color Ginghams.
We also include in this lot Chil
dren's Creepers in sizes 6 months
to 3 years,
Wasli Dresses for girls 0 to 14
years. Pretty styles made up in
fancy plaid and plain Ginghams.
Children's Wash Dresses in attrac
tive styles. Made up in plaids.
Ages G to 14 years. (!Q QO
Priced special .. ,VO.VO
Women's Silk Petticoats
This is conceded to be the most attractive and complete showing
of Silk Petticoats in Southern Oregon. Literally scores of styles
from the neat tailored effects to the more elaborate ones trimmed
with ribbons, fringes, loops, etc. Jersey, Taffeta, Messaline. All
the new plain shades and fancies. Prices $7.49, $10.00, $12.50
Main Floor Beautiful designs and colorings in Wool Plaids
fi New shipment just received.
f'JUf V F
Splendid Values in Kayser Underwear
For perfect fit and hlfih quality, wo recommend Kh)mt Knit
We will show, our exclusive line ot this woll known lirand this
season It will mean great satisfaction to you. When ynu buy
Kayser's Knit Underwear you ran dpond upon tho size holng
correct, also material arid workn.aiiHhip correct to tliu last dutull.
Full lino cf abes and styles now In stock.
On Children's and Misses' Knit Underwear
We wer.9 fortunate in carrying over a large stock
of Children's and Misses' fine lisle knit underwear
that will be sold as long as they last at last year's
Popular Wash1; Weaves I
The home dressmaker will experience the greatest
of pleasure in fashioning her Summer frocks from
SQme of these they are underpriced for quality.
Manchester Chambiy 59c
A. F. C. Gingham 43c
Book Fold Percale 50c
School-day Cloth 50c
Irish Poplin 65c
Book Fold Beach Cloth 65c
H. N. MOE, Proprietor
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WANTED Two or three experienc
ed young women to assist In
checking and marking merchandise.
Square Deal Drug Store. 13-14
WANTED Clean rags, any kind.
Mallory Garage, 037 Willow Ave.
WANTED Hoy to learn auto busi
ness. Malloy Garago, 637 Willow
WANTED Garden spading, treos
and rosoa to pruno. S. Haley, C17
Alameda; phono 237W evenings.
FOR SALE 17 hens,' 1 Yoostor,
Rhode Island Reds, 1 lyear old, all
laying. Inqulro 720 Main. 13
WANTED Men for
work, J6.00 per day.
gan'a camp, Dairy, Ore.
FOR SALE Writing desk, china
clOBOt, book caso, slnglo bed,
couch and other small articles. ll'J
Washington St. 13-tf.
WANTED Old plank to floor a
garage. EnrI Shepherd. 12-15
FOR SALE OR TRADE Ford tour
ing car. J. D. Swift, city, box 111.
WANTED Rags, old newspapers
and magazines, brass, all kinds of
old motal and salvage matorial,
Highest priceH paid. Max Weiss,
Sixth St., near Ewauna Box factory.
WE'D LIKE TO TELL YOU all
about tho LaCrosso tractor, but if
you'll como to Bonanza wo can
SHOW you bettor. At work ovory
at work ovory day but Sunday. Dan
iol and Lytic, Bonanza. 13
FOR SALE Tents, O. D. blankots,
comfortors and all kinds of bod
ding. Canvass and Ioathor bolting,
pipe, hollers and all kinds of second
hand machinory. Max Wolss, Sixth
St., near Ewauna Box company.
DO YOU WANT a tractor outfit that
ylll do you good, at a prico you
can afford to pay. Soo Daniol and
Lytlo, Bonanza, 13
WANTED Two or threo oxporlonc
ed young women, to assist in
chocking and marking merchandise. work.
IF YOU WANT TO BUY OR SELL
anything, soo Max Wolss. Ho 'will
save you monoy. 13-tf.
WANTED TO RENT House or
apartment. Darnhart, U. S, Rec
WANTED Four Hvo now,aboys at
tho Horald olllco. Apply nt onco,
Hustlors only considered.
Will tho party who took tho wrong
mackinaw by mistake In tho Rex
cafe plcaso return it and exchange
for his own? 13-tf.
Machinist's local, No. 1473, will
moot at tuo Labor Council
Hall, at 8 o'clock tonight (Tuesday).
Regular mooting, n,
MAN AND WIFE wishes position on
ranch, man oxporloncod In etock
nnd inigatlon; also cnpablo of tak
ing full charge. J. Moyors, Wash
ington Hotol, phono 172, 13-16
STRAYED From my placo about
1 month ago, 1 bay maro, branded
lazy R on loft thigh; 1 brown pony,
unknown brand, roachod mano; 1
rod bull, poll Durham, 2 yrs. old.
Notify L. Schmltz, Sister's ranch,
lit. 1 , 13-15
NEW BUKKT METAL SHOP
Square Doal Drug Storo.
L. N. HAINES is opening a shoot
metal shoo at 1023 Main St.. In tho
John 'Shannon plumbing shop, and
1b prepared to do all kinds of sheet
metal, cornice, skylight and furnace
Your patronage is soucitod.
WE SPENT OVEiR $2000.00 to find
out which tractor was best suited
to oil work and conditions, You
can learn for 2o by addroeslng Daniol
und Lytlo, Bonanza, Botter como
and see, 13
WANTS TO TRADE
Mr. M. H, Dloffonbach was up tho
flist of tho woek from Creswell, Ore.,
to look ovor lund around Merrill nnd
was woll improssod with that section
of Klamath county, and having a
woll Improved and oqulppod 80-acro
tract near Oreswoll, ho wlshos to
soil same for $12,000 or would ox
chango his $8,000 equity for land
near Merrill and tho 14,000 could
bo assumed, Anyono wishing t
communlcato with him nddress him
at his homo nddross, Oreswoll, Oro.