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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 30, 1921)
, WEDNEBDAV, MARCH .10, 1 0-.il
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
To "Wed Her Teacher .
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OU can't afford poor shoes today
they cost too much. So pay a
little more and get a pair of
Florsheims; get a shoe with style,
fit, comfort and character, which
costs much less per year. We4can fit
both taste and feet with Florsheims.
Consider the wear, not
the price per pair.
"1 AIN'T MAD AT NOUORY"
Rowing at tke
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Another great drama of Oriental Llfo beneath the
cities ot the world. ,
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
GOUVENEUR MORRIS' CHEAT 8TORV
A VITAfiRAPII SUPER PRODUCTION
100 PEE CENT UNION
Ed. H. Crawford
The Best for the Best
THE WORKINGMAN'S THEATRE
4 BIG VAUDEVILLE ACTS
AND MOVING PICTURES
It you can't laugh don't como. Olo Itunson will suro tlcklo
1. EUGENE DEBELL
"THE IIIjACK DOT FROM TEXAS"
2. IMELDA MONTAGNE
SINfiINO "RARDV" AND "TU'PEHAHY"
3. . DEBELL AND BERGEN
"AMj IN A LIFE-TIME"
4. JOLLY DICK LONSDALE & CO.
"OLE'S IJUHV DAY"
"HE WHO LAUOHS, LAUGH. LAUGHS, LAUGH."
ALSO 0 KEEL FEATURE
"AN HONEST MAN"
BROKE WITH FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS IN HIS POCKET
i A RIP ROARING MACK BENNETT COMEDY
SOME SHOW I SAY SO WHAT DO YOU SAY
SHOW STARTS AT 6:45 SHARP i
Tho oxams at Now Trior Hlgn School, Chicago, ought to m
a cinch for Miss Dorothy Park. Sho's engaged to Prof. Cecil rtV
Boylo of Evanston who as chomtstry toschor. has Imtructod her n
such formulas as 1120. 11202 and CO 2 to say nothing ot L-O-V-B.
Robert Stcolo. who has boon vis
iting his uncle, Sam Ingrham, left
for Lou Angeles this morning.
A. II. Clough of San Francisco, and
A. Newlanda, ot Portland, ottlclals of
tho California-Oregon Power coin
pan)', nre hero on business.
MIm Claudia Spink has acroptcd
a position In tho assessor's oftlco
mado vacant by tho resignation ot
Miss Mablo Lntta, who Is going cast
Mrs. C. W. Portor, of Pine Rldgo.
Is In town transacting business.
Frank Oboncbnln la In from Illy
taking caro of business mattors.
Edgar Furbcr, of Midland, Is reg
istered at tho Hall hotel.
J. M Cook nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. J
X Williams, ot Dorrla, aro guests ot
tho Hall hotel.
Court Hall, agent for tho Packard
Six, at Medtord, was hero for a tow
hours onrouto to Dairy to transact
C. W. Nelson, of Worden, was a
visitor hero yesterday.
Henry Graham who, wltl? his
brothor, operates tho big Graham
ranch near Algoma, was In town yes
torday and today.
M. I. DIotcky, of tho La Voguo
store, Is expected borne soon ntter n
visit to tho La Vogue string of stores
L. R. Holbrook, of tho Malln sec
tion, took tho train hero this morn
ing for San Francisco.
E. M. Hammond, ot Merrill, was a
passenger to San Francisco this
C W. Kllno, local carpontor, has
gone to Dunsmulr whero ho will work
nt his trado.
A. I). Lambert, of the Klamath
Dyo Works, haH gono to San Fran
cisco on bualncsa.
Mrs. E. M. Igl loft for Portland
this morning, whoro sho will visit
Tho Klamath-IJond stago la now
mooting Its paasongora' forllond from
this city at Kirk, tho trip by train
from thla city to Kirk eliminating
about 40 miles of uncomfortable rid
ing Frank Soxton, county club loaflor
Is visiting tho poultry nnd rabbit
clubs of local schools today.
Curtis Heldrlck, ot Chlloquln, Is n
visitor horo today.
J. J. Coylo, travollng passongor
ngont of tho Southorn Pacific Is hero
loday from Sacramento on ono of his
regular business visits.
Mrs. J. O. Ooldthwalto and son
John Jr., nrrlved from Chlloquln last
night to meot Mr. J. Ooldthwalto on
tho ovenlng train.
NEW TODAY '
LOST Shedn. with tothor ropo.
Howard. Flndor ploaso notify by
Bonding Information as to It where
abouts to Dox 1, Horald oftlco. 31-1
IJAROAIN IN UBED OARS.
1918 Chovrolot, now tiros all
Ford Hug. four passonger, first
class shapo, $400.00.
1918-7 l'iiBscngor Studobaker. fine
condition, now tiros, spot light, $000.
00. 1918 Ford touring car, Just over
R. It. R. OARAGE. 31
WANTED Girl for housework. Ap
ply 304 North 9th St. 30-9
FOR SALE Now Zealand Rod rab
bits. Call at Seoborn'a barn, corner
Sixth and Spring Sts. 30-1
FOR RENT Sleeping room, one
block from Whlto Pelican hotel.
Inqulro 1154 Pine St. 30-2
I spoclullto in cleaning carputs and
rugs Phono 990W. Wm. Lush. 30
LOST On Shlpplngton road or cloao
In around town, top bracket carrier
for Dodge Car. Coo's Auto Sorvlce.
Phono 1C8 629 Mnln. 30-31
MERCHANTS Itt'ltl.Wl' WILL
HOLD AlEiniNO TONKIIIT'
The regular meeting of tho mer
chants bureau will lie hold tonight at
7 30 o'clock nt tho I'linmlior of Com
merce room. Mattera of Importance
are to tie discussed and n full at
tondnnce Is desired. I
ME SALE i
Modern six room homo, full busu
ment, three blocks from Mnln, nice
lawn, flowers, garden, garage. Prlco
$4200. $1500 cash, bnl. por month.
Parks, 521 Main
Dandy llttlo 2 room houao on pavo
haa $700 worth ot furniture, $300
cash, rest easy. Parka, 521, Main.
For quick anlos list your house and
lot with Parks, Inqulro Union Taxi.
YOU WIN. "
Ily Colling. IUI.T.
UNION TA.VI CO.
ft'.! I Mnln. 30
HOWARD & GRIMES
KLAMATH I'll.LS TO AH1I
LAND AND .MEIII'Oltl)
U-njp f'lly Tninfw offlro nt
H:oo A. M. (Lilly
FIRST TIlir-St'NRAY APR. .1
I'MIIII IH DVIVfl
NATCHEZ. Miss.. March 30
Lloutonant Coney, thn transconti
nental uvlator hurt In a fall hero
a fow dnya ago, la reported to bo
near doath, .
Advertising pays. Try it and soo.
Army Goods Store
AT THEIR NEW LOCATION
MAIN and SEVENTH
Full line of work and outing clothing and supplies
including army shoes, riding breeches, overalls, knap
sacks, underwear, army shirts, blankets, tents, cots, etc.
We also have a large stock of ladies' camping and
outing wear. We especially call your attention to the
line of ladies' high top shoes, riding breeches and
We still have a limited supply of fine
army bacon in 12 pounds cans at
$2.50 Per Can
Why We Measure
It happons frequently ttint women Mom
n trlflo nimoyod to son tin mnnsuro their
fool hi) rnrufully. Ha.vnn'1 they Juat told
uh tho alto tdmn thoy tvoar? Why should
wo wnnt to mousuro tlio foot?
Tho truth la Hint no shoo-flttnr can bo
mi r (i unlnss tho. foot, la mniiHurnd and
In thin shop ivn wnnt ovoryono lo got tho
Im'hI fit possible.
Thoro are nlno other ronaona for tint
enro wo tuku. DlfferonL lnala rouulro dif
ferent Hltna to fit Iho aaino foot. And
what Ih Htlll mono intorojitlng toot chnngo
So, to lio until In .-: Iinportnnt a nmttor
nH fitting feet, wo nan enro. Moaaurlng
ever)oue'N fuel and Jthuti tilting with pro
per aire ahoe la our Idon to atioo aorvlco
a n It ahnulil lie cirrl(l out. It la tho kind
of aervlro that liulll thla shop's roputn
t lou our regular customers wouldn't
havu It nny other wioy.
OltiaiON Tonight nnd Thursday,
fair; heavy frost In early morning.
Advertising brings otflcleney.