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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 24, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD,' KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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i:lrn film K.iIImi:
Tilltk 7c ijiuirt
Loral KgRs 20r f
llnlf pint 18c
Iltimo Cooked rood
llomlny lSc fu.irt
Young Steer Meat
Kxtrn (hie SnusaKo
llcnn l.lmn, llayotn,
White IMnk and I!e,i
Wonitro Imu flno
I Vila too,,
Local Creamery Butter, 7Sc per Roll
Ninth and Klamath Phone 1U9-W
WIIEKK KVKRYBODY GOES
HOMK OF T1IK HODKI.NSO.V I-'tiATURES
l l A (The "Mother" of "Humoresque")
'The Greatest Love"
Directed by Heniy Kolker. Picturizcd by
t E. J. Montague
Dedicated to the one to whom we turn in joy or
sorrow Our Mother
Also a Dandy Western Comedy
Show starts at 6:30 l
Admission, 10c and 20c
for Saturday Only
EIGHT YARDS UN
36 inches wide, medium
FOUR YARDS TIS
New patterns in a pop
ular Summer fabric
SIX YARDS DRESS
Nice, assortment of pat
terns in stripes and
A new selection in pink,
red and blue checks
FIVE YARDS NEW
36 inches wide, light
and dark colors
THREE YARDS JAP.
Most all colors and the
best quality of Crepe
FIVE YARDS NEW
new patterns, 33
THREE PAIRS BOYS'
BEAR BRAND HOSE
Best grade hose for
boys, all sizes
J J Personal Mention
(1, Ik lTolbrook, a farmer of Hie
Tulo l.ako district I transacting
bmlnes In till city today.
Henry Srhmnre Jr., and John
Srlnmtrn woromslnoM vlsllorti hero
ctcrday from IMIry.
William ltarku lit registered nt the
Arrmto from Merrill.
Carl S. Pitkan. a rotroentntlvo of
the l.iuld .t Tllton hank of PurtlniM,
arrived hero last night on hnMnov.
llo In registered. t the Vfilio Pell
can. i'f''1 . ''
Mr Mnrrr?toiicks:iMt)n thN
mornlng'fli train, for"hcr .Kpmi In
Yrekn. Sholintt lieeii lierVfor'nhoiit
three week a Hie guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Krankford. '
J. C lloyle, division mnntiRor for
the California Oregon Tower com
pany, U reported to he threatened
with pneumonia, lllx temperature
eterday reached 104, It n ald.
I'hlllp Odcn wai In town )eterday
lmj ltiK mippllcs for hlo ranch near
J l, Shirk, n prominent Mnrkmnn
of thN county who relde on the
I upper lake. Is In town today on liusl
J O. llamakcr, well known re.l-
dent of llonanta, was In thU city e
terday attending to his buslnes In-
' J. Hill and It I). Hill, who ope
rate a ranch on the .Merrill road, are
I Klamath Kails visitors today.
William Tlmms. well known nhout
town, Is reported to ho confined to
; his homo wltlNrheumatlsm.
Mrs Virginia llarkor Is In this city
I today from her home at Algoma. She
Is registered at the Arcade holell
John Cox, who operates n ranch
in the Merrill district. I transacting
business In this city today.
Lloyd 1'ortcr has recovered from
an attack of Influenza nnd Is again
able to be nt his window nt the First
W. F Hill Is a Merrill visitor In
this city today. He Is registered at
It. K llamakcr. who resides at
llonanza, spent the day hero venter
duy on business.
Mrs S. S. llotker has accepted a
position as stenographer nt tho cham
ber of commerce, replacing Curmel
Miller who was married hero recent
ly, Mrs Decker came hero from San
Francisco a short tlmo ugo with her
husband who Is employed at the
American National bank. Miss Iluth
Dixon held the place for a few days
but was forced to iiult under orders
from her physklan, advising novcrul
Captain 0. C. Applcgato arrived
hero last night from Jacksonville,
Oregon, where he ha been spending
, I-ate arrivals nt the Halt nrc, Mrs.
M B. Miller. Fort Klamuth; W. O.
Smyth nnd James Vlerru, Wide
brand: U. I.. Crlffln and J. II. Red
den. Illy; V. h. Holmes, Southern P.i
clflc auditor, Dunsmulr, and Hoy
Maron Nino nnd Mr. nnd Mrs Wm.
Nine are roglntered tit tho Hall from
T. W. Phonege r, a tutu! crman cf
tho Fort Klamath country Is n liusl
nen visitor here today. He Is stop
ping at the Hall.
H. N. Hodlich, connected with the
Modoc Lumber company sit I'lnu
Itldgo Ih registered at the Arcade.
George T. Collins of the Mason
Lhrmnn company Is here from Med
ford, to look after business affairs
and confer with K. 11. Jefferson, man
ager of tho local branch of his com
pany. Mr. and Mrs, W. M. Montellus have
returned from California where they
have been upending the winter.
A marriage lliense was Issued yes
terday to William Anslcr and Fredu
l.anipo of this city. They were mar
ried last, evening and left this morn
ing for u honeymoon In California.
Deputy Sheriff C. C. Low made a
trip to Chlloquln yesterday and ur
rested Leonard Moore and McKlnley
David, both Indians who wero re
cently Indicted by tho grand jdry
for participating In a "freo for all"
at Cblloiuln some time ago.
Services In the Catholic church of
Klamath Fulls will be at 11:15 In
stead of at 0:00 as announced.
Herald classified ads pay 701.
Wonderful Suit Values
tor Saturday and all Next Week
1 Ju B'"-ir Wtr vUimHL a vTSJ 1 W
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Filial vicH m
They will eclipse any you have seen yet
this season) From every standpoint,
style, quality of material and workman
ship, you will concede that many of them
are worth nearly double the price.
Some arc the new Krepe-Knit dresses;
others of Canton Crepe and Taffeta, in
sport shades, such as jade, canna, henna,
fuchsia, corn-flower and gold and white
combinations, as well as staple shades
of navy, brown and black.
Just 20 of These High Class $35
Spring Suits in this Extraordinary Sale
They are mostly one of a kind from
foremost makers in New York. Ship
ped express by our R. C. U. Buyers at
about one third less than small oper
ators would have to pay
Navy Tricotines wonderful styles and newest models,
including the much wanted box effects; also semi-tailored.
Headed, embroidered and novelties. All in per
fectfect condition and superblv tailored and silk lined,
sizes io yo, :8, -10.
Stockings for Children
Especially satisfactory for
school wear. Ask for No.
1(508, black or brown.
Sizes up to 8'..
Sizes uji to 10'.
Mo is the number of our
Boys' New Improved
Stockings have double
knit strength above the
shoe top. Every pair
guaranteed to wear.
All sizes, per pair
Ladies' fine lisle hose;
mercerised finish, ribbed
top; black and brown.
New Shipment Just In
Ladies Ribbed Cotton
union suits; band or tape
top, cuff knee.
Women's Jersey Knickers
flesh or white.
Children's pink knickers,
. 25c -
Misses Union Suits
Hand lop, tight knee.
Sizes'up to 12 years. Per
suit ' '
Plissc Crepe, perfect '
goods, pink only
Cotton Crash Toweling,
18x36, each 10
We are Exclusive Agents for
Dresses in Southern Oregon
(Cull fur Krmi Ilonklnt)
' OREGON BREVITIES
Kstunated that Malheur rouiity
1922 wool clip wilt roach 1,500,000
State highway commission to lot
$1,000,000 road contracts.
St. Helens KnlKhts of I'ythlas
planning 'to hulld lodge temple.
Heppner I.ocrfl telephone bystom
receiving $10,000 Improvements.
Plans under way to cumploto St.
Helenu-I'lttHhurg market road,
Oregon City New ferry uitohh
Willamette mnklug regular hoIumI
ule, reopening Pacific highway.
llankK Contract let to clear ami
gruh Co ncrcH land,
Dent milk In towii,'7l: qndrti fr,
Klamath oggg (11 week foeyf ?
Local rreumery hutter 30c an4 7 Ho.
Young Hteer meat, right prim.
Place ordem for xoed potatoes
Public Market, Oth &. Khtmuth, 160W
von ham: i,otH cno-(;r,i, hik. no,
MIIIh Aild'n, Nou-reHldiuit owner
paid tuxex tl ym. make offer, Coiir
Itmy to iiKontH. J. It, Wlthum, 1717 K.
04 St., I.oh AngelOH. 24
Cullfofnlu Oregon Power compa
ny l(, ronntrurt power lino hetweon
SprliiKfleld and Cottage drove.
Herald clujulflod di pay you.
Get remilli by utlng clui adi.
"l;et George Do It" has become more than a
mere catch phrase where watch .or jewelry
repairing is concerned. The number of our
patrons is constantly increasing, which is evi
dence of the fact that when "George Does It.
It Is Done Right."
GEO. L. METZ
622 Main St