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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 18, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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Back From Africa With Phonographic Records
of The Talks of Monkeys in Depths of Jungle
The necei.slt for reampinc th
Ootnmerelal I'luh Rros eer its
especially the importance of cecnr
ItiB tho flu.incinl sinews of war Cap!
Applegate fctlll .inMver tho letters
from eerywhero ami send, foiih till
information which l aratUblo in re
Ranl to the town hlrh has won tho
reputation of tho lielfest yonnc city
on the coast .one that with a popu
lation of no on thousand handle-
moro freight than an othor town in
tho state, a town that has huilt a
rallrlo.nl during tho war period and
is no increasing Its paroli throush
tho deelopment of tho lumber iiutu
try with leaps anil hounds.
Following aro ,i few extracts from
recent letters, receied motly to
day. "What is tho population of jour
town and what is your pa roll IX
ou Knou of an established furnish
ing good huslneys for sale Are
rents high and Is It possible to find
a good location to put in a good up
to date lino of general merchandise?"
Anether: "I am interested and
thinking of coining how .s ont ..- To proo to the world that tho
rigable land and what buslne-s is monkey tribes hae a language of
there for a man -with $7000" Vlhelr owu an dlhat different specie
Anether: "I am looking for a lo- hae arir.g dialects I'rofe.or indi
cation in Oregon and am of the optn- ard Lynch Garner has brought back
Ion that Southern Oregon is where from the Congo district phonograph
I want to make my home Would ic records of tholr chatter He saj a
like to Identify myself with news- lot o
: ;v $
Ilhdlo llmnnkor. Mlll'iirn llurU.
H'i't'Kti lo-ethlue I'enl' il
i , ('h lVrri raiin'o H'ii
led Kuerl, Mr and Mr
.l.i IVirK Willi nil Ilrlghlun'i
M nli' Mri- b" lll A l'lei t
1 -as n M . ' the mil- ' i ltd
it bl ' o up iitiout .' " A M
Olltf" Howard t itt from
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In Hoiiiuu.i returneil fi-m
ll I'l-KO, Jinn 1 '.
HFVY ALBERS IS NOT
CCNNECTED WITH THE
ALBERS MILLING CO.
O - (- until of the inline of the Ai
lii'i- l ro Milling t ompaii a eorpo
rail 'ii hiilng been melilloned III con
neci "i Uh lluil of Hour. Alburn
dtirl newspaper reports of bin r
if ui tiinl. the Mtoi-kliolilorx of whom
thei. .-re nu.el flo, feel that it Is
II I A
liei-essiir In lllltktt the (ulliiwIliK
statement In UMilit bnlliR IiiioImmI III
Mbers Urns Milling Cumpiiti was
not on (rial or In mi) nui Implicated
III Ills case whli h nut "lili'lly lmlll
itiuil Thl wi lepealedl brullKht
nut illlilHK t oil 1 1 prcn immIIiiks, lis
i "in I r." nils w III pioM'
llenr lnr is in no u noiiuiM I
oil with lb.rs Urns Millirig runt
pitnv, eltlmr us own,') ,,r
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Uliil nliolllil lii'H'iin,
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trlotlhiii mill im,,,,,,
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slum:, tkn'th. 'nrr.or.s, ikii'schds,
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I'flti: MOUNTAIN HI'lUNtl WATIIII.
HARPST & WHEELER, Proprietors
C t". Kerrls gae a "iril ....' I
party for her daughter '.noli lat
week Those present weie Helen
fthe stories published about his (lllletle. Ceorge Mavwell. 'oy .lurK-
paper or garage business and hao work are foolish, but that his re- hurt. I-iwrenre Maxwell. A"a
some money (o Invest " cords, taken sjurlng two and a half Knock.. Gus Helms. MarEarot ltueck
Another "Would like to lsit -ears in the jungles, will help ery rieue l'errl Klsi. l.ue. K in. '
Klamath Kails with my famllv this much In determining Just what mon- -
fummer. Can-1 secure a furnished Key chatter means He brousht with
house-keeping cottage or tent at him 3 00f boxes of laluable sj.cel
fomc report or lake where we can en- mens of Congo animals i
joy good fishing and some hunting
Another" "Will ou please kivo
me general information in regard to
WANT TO III
We a!as hae a carefully sf'erf-
..J If. rt kmuaf lt llllAlnilSd nmll.
opportunities In your county. ra-n,- ai tarm Und,VBt ' reasonable
particular attention to stato lauds, i,riCe We know good land, and we
irrigated lands, .swamp lands, home, know values. Call at 633 .Main St .
stead lands. cut-oer lands ard j,n- or 1'hone 'ifi ChUcote & Smith ITtf
erat land values?" .
. , . Just Remember this The dates for
The execuihe secretary of the-,he Elkh. ronlP,ltIon an. AuKUM M,
Pacific States Defense League rrrites 15 and IS Get ready
from Seattle under date of Jtii.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
"I trust you will find it possible to
attend the approaching good 'oads
convention In San Francisco as per
the enclosed Invitation I am -
eured it will be worth while. At that
time , am planning for a Btllw of WtlsEeD7aI;tre,sasn i7
our officers to plan for the yearns i)0ard Night cook.uoman
work ahead. How about that map of $50 room and board
the proposed route from Salt Lake
(through Klamath Falls)?"
WANTED Chamli-ruial.l r , ro
Washington Hotel 121 !! St
The ladies of the Emmanuel Bap
tist Church, will gle a cooked food
sale Sat Jure 28th beginning at 1
P. M. at the Johnstone Furniture
Store on Mala Street You are sollclt
WANTED A laily helrr at. the
Klamath Dye Works lS-tf
FOR SALE Our home at 211 High
st. also 146 acres limber on lake
front Eas' sld? it brM of E.Mle
Foitit. upper I.im-; also J i- h'Mie
stead on Ilrvanr niountatn c'liita'i
In two and half million fret rie H
Notice is hereby given that the
County Superintendent of Klamath
County. Oregon, will hold the reau
lar examination of applicants for
State Certificates at Room .'o .'. Jf
S , as follows Commencing Wednes
day, June 25. 1919, at 9-00 o'clock a
m , and continuing until Saturday,
June 28, 1919 at 4 00 o'clo k u m
Wednesday Forenoon-f S Hit-
tory, writing Penmanship I, Music,
Yveanebuay Afternoon --PmMolo-
?5 00 REWARIT F'or Informa
tion resulting in the rental
of desirable furnished hoube or
apartment Phone or see Mr
Snavely at The Woman s Store,
H N Moe
Shoe Store Sense
What Do You Get in
Shoe Fitting Service?
The returning soldier
when he kicks off his
Munsons needs a real fit
ting service-stick and
tape. Every soldier cus
tomer should see to it that
perfect fit, proper style
of last and sure comfort
come in his first pair of
The price of shoes ad
vanced less during the war
than any other staple product.
r,, iit-uuiiiK, manual iraini'K, lom-iT
Tinultlnn rinmuctli, CjiUn... Xtr.iU..J. 1
j'wj.t.u,, uuiuLnui nir:ii.ir, .iivilli'in
In Reading, Course of Study for.
Drawing. Methpds in Arithmetic
Thursday Forenoon AriMitietlc,
Hlstor of Education. Physiology, 1
Methods in Geography, SWhanicall
Tlrnu'lnir liAii,.iltA 4. ..., l
ivianni, ywiu-i)vi Alii IJU-.i Uli
Thursday Afternoon dammar,
Geography, Stenography, American I V
Literature, PhyslcH, Typowritlng,
Methods In Language, Theuls for PrI-!-warv
Cert fffctfr ' i
Friday Forenoou Theory and.
Practice, Orthography (Spelling),!
Physical Geography, Krwll'ih Lit era-1
ttirc. Chemistry. i
friuny Afternoon Schnol I,iv,lj,
Oeoiog), Algolira, Civil Ooe)nir,iiit,'
Saturday Forenoon Geometry,' J
f'nurday Afteinoon Gar.eriil' li.s-
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