The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, March 24, 1921, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6

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THE EVENING 'HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
, VAGH H1X
TIIUIIHIIAY, MARCH S!l, Ilia
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More Shipments of
Kuppenheimer Good Clothes
Have Arrrived
SPLENDID VALUES AT $35, $4() AND $45
There's important clothing newu in this brief announcement.
important, because it's a good thing to know that Kuppenheimer
Good Clothes for spring are ready for your selection.
Orr'tV fta, n Hmm ! Knlici. jEftfsK r
EPI
The Hov. Dr. OcorBo II. Van
Waters, archdeacon of the diocese ot
cqstorn Oregon, arrlvod last nlRht
and will hold Episcopal Eastor ser
vices in tho I. O. O. F. Hall Friday
and Sunday. On Good Friday thoro
will bo tlirco hours of meditation
from IS to 3 o'clock to which tho
public Is Invited. Tho program (or
Kastcr Sunday follews:
llly Communion i):-l.l n. m.
Morning l'mjcr.
11 o'clock
Voluntary
Processional "Welcome Happy
MornlnB" Sullivan
"Christ Our Passover" Kdwards
"To Deum Laudamus" Van Uoskerck
"Jubilate Dee" Oxford Chant
Easter Hynui, "Jesus Christ Is Rlson
Today."
Sermon By tho Reverend Dr.
George D. Van Waters, Arch
Deacon ot tho Diocese of East
ern Oregon.
Offertory "Nlnty-flrst Psalm"
Mr. Arthur E. Bean
Recessional "Rejoice Yo Puro In
Heart." .. .. ... Messltcr
Baptism
Evening I'rajcr
7:. TO p. m.
"Onward Christian
Soldiers" Sullivan
"MaRnlflcat" Pctihan
"Nunc Dlmlttls"" Vincent
Hymn "Abide WJth Mo" ......Monk
Sermon By tho Reverend Ocorgo
B. Van Waters, Arch-Deacon of
tho Diocese of Eastern Oregon
Offertory "Hosanna ' Oranler
Mrs, P. A. Albortson
Recessional "On Our Way
Rojolclng" .. ........ Havergul
Choir Sopranos Mrs. S. E. Mar
U T 1
V It's the inimitable
W DsLMoNTETomalo
Sauce and the Del
I Monte Method of
I preparation that
I make Del Month
I Beans different
I from any others
1 you've ever tried. ,
A And they're as
economical as they
L are good.
JV.
tin, Mrs. P A. Aluertson, Mrs.
C M Ramiiby, Mrs. W. T. Dally,
Miss Mary Pfleuger, Mrs. Oorgo
Cornish. Mrs. Louis Hoaglnml.
Miss Vorda Cozad.
Altos Mrs. E. Estollo Carrier,
Mlsg Avis Dougherty.
Tenors Mr. Fred A. Baker, Mr.
Harold Worsley.
Basses Mr. Percy V, Burke,
Mr. O. II. Wright.
Mrs. Charles Wood Eborleln, .. .
Organist
Mr. Charles Wood Eborleln,
Choir Muster.
XKW SWIFT'S MAN.UJEH
Frank A. Whlto, who has been
local manager for Swift & Company
for somo time, has resigned his posi
tion and left for San Diego.
Mr. Whtto has beon succeeded by
C. Williams who has been assist
ant to Mr. Whlto for ubout a year
TRAPS K1I,I.KI WOLK.
UILIXN, Mont., March 24. Bill
Cray, a trapper, recently killed n
monster timber wolf near hero which
Is declared to have been sought by
ranchers for IS years. The beast was
captured In a trap and its pelt meas
ured six feet soven Inches.
Ranchers often have, seen tba wolf
but repeated efforts to capture or kill
It failed. Tho Mock It killed is
thought to bavo run In valuo Into
many thousands of dollars.
Weather Probabilities
The Boromctrlc Pressure of
tho Cyclo Ktormngraph at l'n
dcrwood's Pharmucy has shown
but littlo change In the last IS
hours. At noon today tho baro
meter started to fall Indicating
u potislble return of stormy
weather. Weather Probabilities
for next 24 hours cool and
cloudy with storm browing In
tho direction of the wind.
Tho earliest known machine, which
existed In Egypt centuries boforo tho
Christian era. was a contrivance to
drill out stone vessels.
Tell your troubles In tho Furniture
line to PERKINS "THE FURNISH
ER OF HAPPY HOMES." 17tf
gnawing at
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I PHOTO
THOSE BRILLIANT STARS
Douglas MacLean
WITH '
Dorris May
IN
"THE JAILBIRD" .
Tho most popular team that tho ucrcen has over
l !..,. 1n., .nmolinn (hnCa nil Inv. '
Known, in uuuuiui -n'i'j u"v , ..
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Fatty Arbuckle
w. IN
lllfl FIRST IIIO fl.REEL SPECIAL
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THE ROUND UP
the kind of quality it pays to wear, fabrics of pure virgin wool,
durable weaves, real style and flit.
Prices are down to where they should be. The makers have co
operated with us in the effort to give our customers lower prices.
Could you ask for more interesting clothing news?
see the new window exhibits
K.. K.. STORE Leading
HAVE U.IHY DAUGHTER
Mr. nnd Mrs Richard K. Hannon
of Matin are tho happy parents of
u baby daughter, born Mnrcli 23. The
young lndy has been named Con
stance Vlastn.
Spring Is coming on and you have
the houso clearing bug. Well, I havo
got It, tool let's got together.
PERKINS FURNITURE HOUSE
"Tlio Furnisher of nappy Homes"
17tf
Personal Mention
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C. D. Chorpcnlng, former cm-
kployeo ot tho First National bank,
who lately has been In charge
ot county club work in eastern
Wyoming roturnod to Klamath
Falls last night. Ho Is onrouto
to his uncle's ranch at Lorella.
J. O. Ooldthwalto loft on this
morning's tratn for San Francisco.
After transacting business tliorq for
n short time, bo will loavo on a trip
to tho cast, on business nlso.
Mr. nnd Mrs. M. J. Krai and fam
ily, who havo been visiting Mrs.
Anna Ku'dr, ot Malln, loft for Can
nda this morning, whore thoy will
nettle on government land.
James Drlscoll Is In Algoma today
on business.
-W. C Van Kmon took tho train
this morning onrouto to Chicago,
whero ho will remain Indefinitely on
professional business.
R. P. Lyman nnd Fred L. Ward,
representing tho Portland Flouring
Mills company, nro In town looking
over local codltlons with n view to
Inaugurating an extensive, campaign
In behalf of tho products ot their
company.
P. C. Carlson, who has beon In 11
local hospital for several days, Is "re
covering nicely. Mr. Carlson Is a
farmer, and resides about tour miles
east ot this city.
R. C. Spink, of Idlcrcxt, anil his
daughter, Claudia, nro registered at
the Hall hotel. Miss Spink has Just
returned from Son Francisco,
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lynch, of Malln,
I are In town today,
1 A. E. Reames, .who Is associated
with Charles Stone In tho court house
litigation, hug been here since yes
tde
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TO-DJIY
OF ffllH HOURS LEAVE
tt
terday In tho Intorost of J M 1
Dougnn, who, todny, colluded the!
$92,000 duo him by the county for
tho building of tho Main street court
houso. !
E. S. Bowman, u merchant of Chll
oquln, Is a business visitor In town
today.
W. I,. Campbell, stnto motor vo
hlclo Inspector, Is 'in town. Ho will
remain for u couple ot days, but up
to tho present time 1ms reported
nothing radically wrong with tho
general local motor car situation
W. 0. West, superintendent of tho
Klamath Agency, is In town on busi
ness. Miss Mary Jann Olds, who has!
been spending tho past six weeks I
autolng lit California, returned
homo last evening- While away
oho visited tho princlplo cities In
tho Golden Stato, and It would
(jcom that sho had n most delight-1
tut time. 8ho was accompanied
by her tnothor, Mrs, Francis J t
Olds, and her grandmother. Mrs. !
Schnabol. I
Louis Hoagland, proprietor of tho'
Bulck garage, left by train for San
Francisco this morning, with Henry'
You'll Save Money
By Remodeling Now
You who have been waiting for lower prices before
you laid that hardwood floor, renewed those old walls
and ceilings,, reroofed the house or barn, or built the
garage this message is directed to you.
Do you know that lumber and building material
prices are down forty per cent?
Do you know that you can repair or remodel
cj.eaper than at any time in the past five years?
Do you realize that every day you wait not only
inconveniences you but cost you real money?
Building material prices may come down more
we think not but every day you delay in getting the
new garage deprives you of the use of it, and causes
you to pay out money for garage rent.
Every day you delay roofing the barn and the
home, makes your property more liable to damage
from storm. Every day you put off inside repairs the
trouble increases and the total expense becomes
greater.
Do your repairing and remodeling at the present
bargain prices and get the benefit now.
Buy now and use
MADE IN KLAMATH FALLS PRODUCTS
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Come in today and let us figure your job. Begin
getting the benefit now.
LAKESIDE LUMBERJCO.
Owned and Operated by Klamath Falls Business Men
Clothiers
(Irlmes nnd (Inrdon Qulmbx- They
will drive back three new Butckn.
Messrs. Orlme and Qulmhy recent
ly' purchased the cars they will bring
buck.
E. T. Humidor, of the state high)
way department left this munitngi
for Salem mid Portland by nutoino-J
bile.
l-TRITUIti: BUYERS
Tnkn advantage of my outsldo ser
vice. I hnvn A car nnd like to drive
It You need furniture and would
Ilka to buy It. Tall 41-W and I will
sond for you; nlso tuko you home.
pehkins I'i'it.vrrriiK heusi:
"Tim l-'nrtillier of Happy Hume"
NEW TODAY
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FOR RENT 3 rooms, unfurnished,
hot and cold water, bath. 110 '
month. No children. Also harness,
chains, etc. fur sale 73N California
street. 24-31
WANTED - O001I ranch hand for tho
season. FOR HALE. 100 head of
stock cattle. Inquire of II. J. Tick
nor Phonu lingvll Valley, Oro.
24-28
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HP SBr III
fcyCiilrfi IH1.TW IImm ! KiiMtian HH
NEW BABY CART FOR SALE R.
II. Cook at Underwood's Phar
macy 24-20
CHEAP FOR CASH A C pnssonger
Chalmers; good ns now. Hoo Roy
Durbln, K. K. K. store. 24-30
FOR SALE Singer sewing muchlno,
laU model, In excellent condition
at u bargain price. Inquire 232 So.
Sixth. 24-27
TO RENT Nlco nmf room cabin,
Just finished. Hoe. Pickle, Eagle
Peel llnll. 24
DREHHMAKINU First class work
guaranteed. Mrs. Jefferson, No. 2
Main St. 24-7
VANTKI llousekecpnr. Threo In
family. Call at The Electric Shop.
123 So. fit It St 24-21
WANTED At onco. about 2 doxen
baby chicks. Call 2&3J. 24.-20
FOR SALE R roam plastered houso
on Pine street. $4800. Parks Unlun
Taxi Co. 24-26
FOR HALi:- Dnndy little 2 room
house, furnished. On pavement.
$800 ;3"'i cash Town lots for
$22,7 up. Parks Union Taxi Co.
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