V ' "" TDMDAT, AUGUST 1, tMl. paonm THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON i , Mn. .R. :!. .Hood- audi three'chlld.' r-'Irrtlil"taorntff'forBIem whara ,Ur,wiliTlit jwlth -ftlendi and cUUtm for tho next few COOUMT THEATRE IN TOWN The Strand THEATRE Voraterly the Mimdato 1180 Mala St. i ' .a PttrtonalMention TONIGHT D. W. GRIFFITH'S Martyrs of the Alamo Historical of Alamo day In Texas With nn all star cast Including A. I). Loan a David Crockett, Alfred Paget a James Bowjes and Walter Long; aa Santa Anna. Also THK C1UMP8 CARTOONS AND ' A nio COMEDY , 2 shows 8:45 8:45 - .. . COMING FRIDAY "THE IA)VK CHEAT." Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. nratcher-and daughter, Mclbn, left todar for south em California' whom they nxpoot to spend the'fall nnd winter months bo faro returning homo again. , u. W. iMIller wna In town yrster- dajr looking after business atfalra In connection with his ranch oast of town. Charlea Mnck who operates a farm In thru Spring lako district, mado a business trip Into town yw terday. Miss Klslo Applcgato Is spending a fow days In town, as tho guest of Mrs. Jonnlo Hum, in order to bo near hor slstor, Miss Erclyn Applo Kate, who 'was operated upon yov terday at tho niackburn hospitaVfor npnendlcills .Mr and Mrs. J. A. Perry return od yesterday from Rocky Point vvhero they gpnt sovorol daya on an -.utlng trip. Don Stevenson and family accom- ln!rj by Oeorge Stevenson Iat yesterday for an outing at Diamond lake. Mike Wnmplor left this morning for his ranch on tho Upper lake aft er a day spent In town attondlng to matters of business. ' See our beautiful window display ANDROS3-GLOVER- STYLE SHOP 707 Main St Phone 341 W i ; ' " M 0WWNKAAAA0J0WWWWWWWWWWA o?.u sm t Star1 jh. "rarf r.c tr, u. r nix Silk, Hosiery wjiii.iiu wi. r k v V 'i hU ih'fl ;.. lii ' l SHOP IN KLAMATH FALLS Surpassing Fall Styles-Unusual Values A Gorgeous, and Distinctive Display of Gowns, Wraps, Suits, Millinery and Blouses AT PRICES MUCH LESS THAN HERETOFORE ENABLING A WOMAN TO DRESS MUCH BETTER DURING THIS SEASON FOR MODEST COST. , . v ' I MvI-aI Just Arrived-50 Fall ii 1 1 OUCe ; an(I Winter TW.n.. ! ! ww w w ' as rrr'av Look at other materials and prices then see mine at $1250, $15.00, $18.50 nd $21.00. WHITE PELICAN MILLINERY SHOP Next Door to Strand Theatre. Make that idle doUar work! Pat it la tbe'baak. JLjJtaBar 1 What in u nam or YOU could call this a "Blue Sundae" or a "ACoon- aulner'n Delight" but If It contain Klamath Creamery Joe Cream It Is a good dish. i After a dance or during a hot afternoon or-.evenlng there la only one thing to do to get real comfort eat a plateful of our real icecream-Why not today T Take a quart home for the wift" KLAMATH FALLS CRHAMBRY 1348 Mala St. Portraits and Enlargements Art frame and framing HENUNE. PHOTO SHOP I Oppo.lt oonrtlioaae Phone 3R 37 Main Wraps and Coats of regal beauty Cuddlesome wraps; with lovely fur col lar and cuffs, designed with consummate art in fab rics and shades of unbe lieveable softness. Many elaborately embroidered creations, others of charm ing simplicity. A varied and comprehensive assem bly of advance styles $35.00 $45.00 up to $110.00. EXQUISITE HATS Hats of Velvet, Hatters plush, Felts and Duvetynes, in Black, Brown, Fus chia, Copper, Harding Blue at $5.95, $45, up to $110 KtsSV a QaalHjrV .'TVBBHaaSSSSSami- aSBSSBBBBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSBBBSSaTTw BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbV rjl Dresses and Gowns for street, business, after noon and evening wear. Never have styles in dress es, been prettier. Straight lines with long panels double skirts beaded and embroidered effects, rib bon or krimmer trimmed. A dress for everyone at $28.75, $35.00, tt $69.50 SUITS Suits of charming individuality develop ed in Duva de Laine, Peach Bloom, Moussyne, Veldynes, Velours, Trico tines' slim straight models or jaunty flares. Either embroidery or wonder ful furs add to their richness at $39.50, ,$45.00 uu to $95.00 Andross-Glover Style Shop N. C. O. PhOne 577J Sae.Mgr., MR. WRIGHT will call on you with full details of our Stock offering. OFFICE: 532 MAIN aTinriri"""ii""r-i-rsV-aVvxrLruvi. ' I aaaajaaaaajBJaajia)WaBji mA000m000W00m000l0m00tfl "OH BOY" "SOME JAZZ" BIG BENEFIT DANCE! For City Baseball League Tomorrow Nigh x Dreamland Pavilion Admission $1.00, war tax included. Ladies free, war tax 10 cents. On Weekly Cash Basis BEGINNING TODAY, AUGUST 16tb The Lincoln Market ON ACCOUNT OF THH GEXKRAL BUHINKtM CONDITION ALL OVnil THE COVNTHY RBQCKflTft ITS CU8TOMKIW TO HETTLK TUKIIt ACCOUNTS. Every Seven Days 11V ADOITINO Tins PLAN, WK CAN AVOID A MTIUCTLY CASH IIAHIM AND CARKY OUT OUIt HINUERB AIM OP HXTKNDINU CREDIT TO OUR PATKONH, HUT W B AHK IN RKTURN WR THW Your Settlement Every. Week HKLI US AND WIJ CAN UKC1 lltO;ATK. ITS A MUTUAL RAR. ' OAIN BBTWEKN THK PATRONS OK THIS MARKKT AND TUB OWNER. WK SOLICIT YOUR AHH ISTANCK. ti The Lincoln Market C. F. WERNER, Prop. PKone 511 -J Third at Main r . f mmtk,m0,mmmt.mmmmmmmmm.m mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm j.,. ,,,, yy - 4 V J 'SN Wt- ., . .?x?