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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 17, 1921)
TIIUIWDAY, MARCn IT, 121.
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH' FALLS, OREGON
UP Hi IN
Aflcr monUjfi of preparation and
hustle and bustle, nil Intervening
obstacles hnvo boon surmounted, and
tho Wlntors Jowolry storo Is now
ready to meet tbo public newly dress
ed, In a moro spacious building, and'
with tho equipment necessary to
innko It one of tho most completo
establishments of Its kind In tho
stnto, outside of Portland, perhaps,
but oven some of tho Portland es
tablishments which aro considered
pre-eminently modern, must take
off their hats to tho local store.
Tho Winters building, which will
cost approximately $55,000 when
complotcd, will bo ready for occu
pancy by tenants, on tho two upper
floors, not later than tho first of
Juno. Eleven apartments, in tbo
rear of both floors, and 13 offices
In front on both floors, will bo avail
able when tho building Is finished.
Tho main floor, on which Is to
cated tho Jewelry, optical, and musi
cal departments, is finished. The
Jewelry department, on ono side, oc
tuples a spaco 19x7C feet, and the
optical nni musical departments on
tho other ilde of tho big room oc
cupies a spico equally as large. This
increase la store space has facilitated
the work rnd service In tbo store to
an almost ..nbelieveable extent.
Now equipment of the latest Im
proved kinds has been Installed in
the optical room, and the examining
of eyes, a feature of Mr. Winter's
business that has brought conspicu
ous success to him, is thereby made
moro easy. Always competent to
give satisfaction, this now equipment
improves tbu service, and Mr Win?
tcrs is elated with it. It Is possi
ble, also. In this department, to
grind lens to any consistency, and
without delay. It Is not at all neces
sary "to send away to get tho lens
you desire with his equipment, Mr.
Winters can deliver your Ions to you
just exactly when you want It and
tho way you want it. It is a pecu
liar fact 'that people generally feel
that the only place satisfaction can
bo obtained in cases like this Is to
send to n big city tor what they
want, nover stopping to think that
it la ridiculously easy to hare the
sajne work done, or to get. the same
goods, right In tho little, old home
With more space at his disposal.
Mr. Winters added materially to hit
Jewelry stock. Diamonds and watch
es, Community silver, cut glass,
clocks, and all such things as those
aro there In a pleasing variety and
attractive displays. A bigger and bet
ter stock. That tells It all in a fow
The phonograph department In
cludes Aeollans and Drunswlcks, and
tbo handsomo Ferry phonograph
lamps. The latter, particularly,
adds wonderfully to the appearanco
of even the prettiest rooms, and the
music Is unusually soft and sweet.
A special room In which to display
and play theso phonographs has been
provided, and it certainly Is the most
popular part of tho Winters erf
tabllshment. Of course Mr. Winters
also sells all the newest and best
A big assortment of player piano
rolls is also on hand.
Woodstock typewriters, and type
writer supplies, are also a part of
Mr. Winter's stock, also a bang-up
lino of strings for all stringed in
struments. Mr. Winters haa been In business
horo a good many years, and tho
completion of this building and the
opportunity to carry a larger stock,
has been the dream of his business
Ilfo. Now his dream has come true,
and the city of Klamath Falls Is
Just as proud of his success as he Is
Advancement of public health
work In Klamath county Is tho ob
ject of an orgnultatlon of graduate
nurses perfected yesterday afternoon.
Tho club starts with IS members:
KlUnboth M. Landky, Hoso Kayo
Hcod, Adelaide Shubert, Cecelia M.
llogardus, Mary M. llcnedlct, Kthol
(J. Porter, Marlon Delanoy, Mrs. Ann
a. Mallctt. Mrs. M. A. Cnllnghan,
Mrs. Mattlo 11. Klmbrough, Mrs. nm
mn F. Mason and 1. yd la I,. Frlcko.
Mrs, Caltaghan was elected presi
dent; Mrs. Mallctt, vice-president,
and Mrs. Porter, secretary and
treasurer. Meetings wilt bo held the
third Wednesday of each month In
tho Chamber of Commerce rooms.
Of the Inhabitants of Mexico less
than one in three on an average is
able to read or write.
Compare the new Scrlpps
Oooth with other cars of its
class. Its price Is 91823 here.
BWAUNA MOTOHS CO.
Credit Bureau Is
TWO YOUNO MBN want room In'
modorn homo. Addross Uox 1). M I
II. Herald. 17-19
FOIt SALU Hlcyclo In first class
condition. Phono 133-W. 17-19
WANTKl About flvo million ft, of
saw logs. Sou Ln Fronloro, Hotel
FOR KENT A real nlco furnished I
four room house. 111C Lincoln St. I
Discussion of a local credit bur
eau, lower freight rates and gen
eral problems of tho retail mer
chant was tho program at tho meet
ing of tho merchant's bureau last
evening. A large number of tho lo
cal retailers attended.
A plan for a credit bureau was
submitted. Tbo merchants now have
two plans under consideration. The
question of credit Is ono of tho hard
nst problems of tho retailor, and ono
In which the customer has a vital In
terests as bad accounts Increaso tho
cost of doing business and In tho
end the honest cutosmor pays the
bills of the dishonest ones.
Mrs. John Shook of Port'uml Is
spending a few days with friends
Mrs. Julia Darlow returned List
night from Oakland where sh-t "ias
spent tho past two months Mrs.
8prlng nt last is horo. Walter n.k
od mo how I know and with prldo I
pointed to 6th streot. IT HAD IIHBN
CLEANED (on ono sldo) and thnt Is
suro Indication of spring, and nlsoi
spring prices are In vogue horo now..
You can furnish your homo from col-,
lar to garret and It you bavo enough .
seconu-nanu rurntluro you can fur
nish It without spending ono cent
HKMtniEK THAT VB STILL
HAVE OUR TIUDINO CLOTHES
ON and also that we'll deliver any
where within GO miles of Klamath
Falls It you buy flOO worth or moro.
PEUKI.NS KUU.V1TUIIK HOUHK
"Tlif Furnisher of 1 loppy llontra"
FOR SALB Ono cook stove. Price
$16.00. Phono Hi'. 17-18
WANTED TO BUY An umbrolla
plant or a start from ono. 741
FOR SALE 701b. sack of young
chicken feed. Whoat and oats mir
ed. 7 U Walnut Ave. 17
WANTED AT ONCE Eldorly man
for steady position In city. Must
bo honest and Industrious. Man of
mechanical turn preferred. P. O.
Box 13. 17-19
WANTEI Strong young girl to as
sist with house work each Satur
day. 7 4 1 Wain u t A vo. 1 7
M !-f-i TSBBJ
FOR SALE Milk cow. Presbyterian I
Manse. Merrill, Oregon, 17-18,
WILL. I'AV CASH for a good sec-1 1
onct-nand Koril. no rattlers. In
quire at 1029 Main St. 17-33 '
FOR SALE Timber claim. Cheap
for cash. Terms If desired. Mrs
Nellie Wall. 1610 Crescent Ave.
Barlow was called to Salt Lake City ,
several months ago by tho death of'pon SAtKj918 i,ck slx.
her brother and stopped In OjMuihI top, nowly painted and In
on tho return journey. condition. Ewauna Motors Co.
LAND FOR RENT 80-acres under
1 ditch, some alfalfa. tliOO cash far
Ono of tho most realistic pictures, season. J. F. Magulro. 715 Main St.
of human panic and despair and 17-19
brutality and heroism and love that :.,... ,
. , ... i ... 'WANTED TO BUY Small Improved
has oven been depleted on the screen.. ranch under dltchf j, p MnKulrc.
Is shown In the big spectacular scene 715 Main St. 17-19
of "Dead Men Tell No Tales," tho
WANTED TO RENT Furnished
apartment or houso by family of
Vltagraph-Tom Terrlss Special pro-
j .. -.-. ... . . . v
..uwu.. -... ..... m ,.... . ";rour. Two children. Would con
mar ineairo on mursuay nnu i-ri- slder partly furnished houso or
rooms. Call Operator at Record of
flco after 6 p. in. 17
In Holland you cannot suo for a MonE AI,PLES available at Poo
bet made upon cards, but you can' pies Warehouso down 6th St.
for one made on n horse race or any, Prices reasonable. More applo eat
similar outdoor snort. era and handlers wanted. Evorybody
Spring Is coming on and you have
the house clearing bug. Well, I have
got it, too! let's get together.
PKItKINS PUIlMTUKi: HOUSE
"The Furnisher of Iluppy HotiMvt",
A GROUND HOa CASK
You've got tho meney: I've got the
, furniture. Let s swap.
1 PKIIKINB FURNITURE HOUSE
. "The Furnisher of ILnpny Horn
We are pleased to inform our lady customers that
the well known brand of Djer Kiss Toilet Preparations
have been reduced in price, and may now be purchased
at the following prices:
Djer Kiss Face Powder, small size .... ,65
Djer Kiss Face Powder, large size --$1,20
Djer Kiss Talcum ,35
Djer Kiss Perfume, per ounce $200
Djer Kiss Rouge ,35
All other items in the line have been reduced in equal
proportion, and prices are practically back to a pre
Following our policy of giving our customers the
lowest prices, at all times, we make immediate reduc
tions in this line, although all of our stock was pur
chased at the higher prices.
KLAMATH FALLS OREGON
I PURITY I
WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE
BUY THEIR DRUGS
,VVVVVMVMVVVVV,VVVtVVA' A - A - - - ---- -- -- -- -- - --
SPECIAL! THIS WEEK ONLY
725 BOXES APPLES
Fancy Yellow Newtowns, per box ....$2.75
Fancy Winesaps, per box $2.50
Extra Ben Davis, per box $2.25
Spitzenburgs, per box $3.00
Sun Kist Oranges, per dozen 45
Almonds, per pound 25
Brazil Nuts, per pound 30
Bannanas, per pound 15
PALACE FRUIT CO.,
524 Main Street Phone 522
Rowing at tfie
- BIG SPECIAL ,
"DEAD MEN TELL NO TALES"
A thrilling story of wild adventure at sea and ashore
stars In tho biggest picturo In months.
Beautiful Catherine Calvert
Chamber of Commerce
Is organized to promote the growth, prosperity and at
tractiveness of Klamath Falls. To encourage home
industry, to build up home pay rolls, to make Klamath
Falls a better place to live in. To help all our citizens
to make a better living. To work together in a spirit
of helpfulness for the general good. Practically every
public spirited citizen is a member of this organization,
and contributes of his time and money to this worthy
Whether you belong to the Chamber of Commerce
or not, you can help encourage home industry, and can
help build up home pay rolls by buying "MADE IN
KLAMATH FALLS PRODUCTS."
We make WINDOWS, DOORS, CABINET
WORK AND GENERAL MILLWORK. Our em
ployes spend their money in Klamath Falls. Where
do the employes of the Portland, Weed and Sacra
mento Sash and Door Factories spend their money?
No better products and no lower price can be obtained
than from us. v '
Lakeside Lumber Co.
Owned and Operated by Klamath Falls Business Men 7