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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 24, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
Don't Let this Chance Slip By
I have only a limited amount of this choice, productive and
unparalleled reclaimed land left. Now is your opportunity to get
in on the ground floor and secure a tract of land, wonderfully ami
variously productive, but especially adapted to mint growing,
which will produce for you a good living for life. A small tract
will be sufficient.
People from other places people who knov real land values
when they see them are investing thousands upon thousands of
dollars in Klamath County delta lands. If this land is good enough
for men like that, it must be good enough for local or smaller
investors. History will repeat itself here. Klamath County land
will eventually (and the time is not far away) be selling for many
tune, the price it can be bought for today, and if you fail to buy
COME IN AND TALK OVER THIS WOmJEJU .
OPPORTUNITY WITH ME. DON'T -DELAYER
YOU WILL REGRET IT,
now, you will have the same regrets so frequently expressed by
people all over the country who neglected to buy while the price
of land was low.
Already remarkable mint crops are being raised on lands not
far from this city. Great activity is apparent. Many tractors are
now at work getting the land in shape for fall cropping. Klamath
county lands are peculiarly fertile. The more they are cultivated,
the more fertile they become. This is an advantage that should
not be overlooked.
You can buy this land now for only ton dollars per acre down,
and two dollars per acre per month. No interest the first year.
Anyone desiring to see these lands can phone or call upon me for
, appointments. I shull be glad to drive out and show them to ypuu
KK8. PHONK .1111
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"THE GROCERY CLERK"
His Greatest Comedy
I PERSONAL MENTION .
Jack P. McAulllffe spent yesterday
la town from hi ranch near Fort
C. I. Calhoun, representing the
Underwood Typewriter company. U
making business visit to his patrons
In Klamath Falls.
Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Hannon and
son, Dick, Jr., were In town yester
day from their home In Matin, Ore
gon, attending to matters'1 of bust
William McNealy will spend the
week-end with his family who are
camping at Rocky Point.
Mr. and Mrs. It. W. Towers and
family are In town todar from their
home near Keno. Oregon.
John McClaln was a passenger on
jtho morning train to hi horn" In l.o
Angeles. Mr. McClaln is a miner anu
has been prospecting around the
streams of Klamath county. He has
with him several ounces of gold dust
and three fair sized nuggets which
he obtained from the sands of Dea
HaViart Bosworth in
"BEHIND THE DOOR"
A Virile, ThrilllnKlteMat;Talr of Ailvrnturr, lore and tin Son,
Tiimiril aovel by uouvrnrnr jiorru
The Hall Room Beys Will present their latest comedy
"FOUR OF A KIND"
MILDRED HARR1M CHAPU.V (MRU. CHARLEY CHAPLIN) IV
ker first appearre for the Aaaoclated First Natloaal Exhibitor, la
"THE INFERIOR SEX"
AND LARKY 8KMOX8 (THE KINO OF COMEDIANS) IX
"THE. GROCERY CLERK"
Mrs,, D. T. Mahors left for her
home In Dunsmulr this morning af
ter having spent a week In this city
visiting with Mrs. E. E. Michael.
C. F. Asuar, of the American Rail
way Express company, has been In
town on official business and return
ed this morning to Dunsmulr,
Captain F. - E. Klein and H
KaurTman were pasMcngors on
train this morning, the former
a business trip to Stockton anl
latter to his home In San Diego.
Mlns Clarla Smith returned to her
homo In Rojotiurg, Oregon, this
morning. She has boen the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Durbln of this city
tor the past two weeks.
A. D. Beers, of Plalnfletd, New
Jersey, came down from Crater Lake
by stage yesterday and left on the
morning train for Sin Francisco.
The Rer. and Mrs. Samuel Uns
worth left this morning for their
home In Seabrlght, California, after
having visited Cratar Lake.
The Kings' Jaxi orchestra went to
Dorrlt this morning where they will
play for a dance there tonight.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Cook and two
daughter and Lawrence Smith have
gone to Weed where they will make
J. R. Abbott was a passenger on
the morning train for Hilt whero he
expects to remain for a few months.
Mrs. Js F. Simpson, who has boen
visiting at Chlloquln with her daugh
ter, Mrs. L. E. Edmunds, for three
days, returned to her home In Mac-'
doel thin morning.
Mr. and' Mrs. J. I). Martin went to
Mucdoel this morning where they
will visit for about two weeks.
Mrs. Lavenla Waters, accompani
ed by her daughter. Miss Julia Wa
ters, are here to spend the summer
with Mrs. K. 0. Cumralngs, another
daughter of Mrs. Waters. They came
from their horn In Vandalla, Mis
souri. Miss Waters wss a teacher In
the public schools of this city at one
j Miss Frances Beattjr, who was em
.ployed at bookkeeper by Roberts at
jWhltmore before they sold their
grocery store, left for Crater Lake
' this mornlsf to spend a week or two
with her parents at the Klamath en
trance to ta park.,
If you are not already numbered among
our many depositors, we would be pleased
to open an account for you.
We have pledged a large capital and sur
plus to insure the safety of your funds.
Capital and Surplus
' '" Our Bank
" I, we hope may become
, -' i
" Made in Klamath Falls "
Tables ' 1T
Rustic ;;, !'
and Lathe Work
Lakeside Lumber Co.
Dealers- in Lumber, Shingles, Cement, Roofing, Glass, Cedar Posts,
Wall Board and Builders' Supplies 4..
MILL AND YARDS KLAMATH AVE. AND CENTER ST. " -,
Klamath State Bank
THE GROWING BANK"
Located at the Corner 6th and Main
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
L Take rare of yor aaoaiey, i.j, your dollar oar way X
fc aad It will take care of jroat tor storage
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Mr. and Mrs. W. Crandall were at
tending to matters of business at the
court house this morning from their
ranch near Malln.
Fred H. Hoffman and wife and J.
8. Potter drore In here last night
from their ranches near Alturaa,
California, on their war to Crater
Robert Flackui waa a visitor here
yesterday from his home In Vonaa
W. J. Heifer, who haa been living
at Bhlpplngton for soma time la mov
ing today to hi new home In Fair
Mis Marie Rambo wilt spend Sun
day at Crater Lake a the guest of
Misses Dorothea and Veva Martin.
Mr. and Mr. H, N. Moe are plan
ning to spend Sunday with Dr. and
Mr. M. C. Barber, of Medford, at
tbelr summer camp on Pelican Hay.
Wostley nnd Joe Walton are ex
pected In tonight from their home In
Dorrls, to spend tho week-end.
Kdward I), Ashurst will leave to
morrow for Ban Francisco whoro he
will be on business for Heveral dayit.
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Dunbar and
daughter, Edna, havo returned from
a month'H visit to Portland and oth
er Oregon points. They roturnod hv
way of Dend In their car.
Mora than 1,000,000 women work
ers la Great Britain belong to trade
Tho woman suffrage aovaaMt U
now organised In India, Japan aad
Johnson Mower aro the 'hay bar-
vesters best friends. We sell them.
Howlq.,0ragel Mala street, 17-tf
Electric Percolators and Urns at
The Electrical Shop, 123 S. 6th St.
in pick or nai nonmm
A tlMW OBW amsBT BAT
H. W. POOLK, Owner KOOKR D. TORRBY, Moalcal Director '
Mary Miles Mintcr
is the star in a pretty southern story called
" A CUMBERLAND ROMANCE"
" SIX FEET FOUR "
l tho feature and Wlllliini IIuhm-II I tho star
"This Is tho b'ost JJM0'" Plcturo I havo over had" II, W. Poolo.
Sunday the show is continuous starting at 1 : 30 P.;M.'
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