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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 18, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
TUESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1021.
Father of Local
Nowh Iiuh boon rccolvod horo of
tho doitth ut Emplro, Cul., of tlio
Rev. W. V. Nino, father of Marlon,
Preston, Wilbur nnd Dennis Nino,
woll-Unown local lumbermen. Tlio
four sonn woro with Mr. Nino nt tho
last. Tlio Nino family In vory pro
minent In nortltorn California and
southern Oregon, The family liomu
wan for many yearn nt Mncdnol, Cut.
111(1 HI'UI) FOR HARDINM
HELENA, Mont., Jan. 18. Tho
llolona commercial club recently nont
PruHldont-oloct Hnrdlng ono of tho
giant potatocH ralflod In this suction.
Mr. Harding has replied, expressing
Darning stockings for their class
mates at ten cents a pair Ih tho way
Home of tho girl students In the Unl
vorulty of Wisconsin tiro oarnlng the
money for their oxpomica while In
FOR ANY WARDROBE
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cessories of any woman's vrardrobo
Is tho satin frock, Tbo dross 1b a
toft, lustreless satin with tbo skirt
all In ono ploco, the two ends of tho
material coming togethor In a jabot
at tho center back. At tbo sides, tho
eatln Is folded to half Its length and
draped diagonally across tbo front.
Teaching of up-to-dato dancing,
Waltz, One-Stop, Fox-Trot and
Scbottlsche, by competent lady and
$1-Ut per lesson for gentlemen.
91.00 per lesson for ladles.
910.00 for ten lessons for gentlemen,
98.00 for ton lossons for ladles.
Lessons start Friday, January 21,
and will bo given overy Tuesday and
Friday night at 9 o'clock sharp, In
Hall No. 2, upstairs,
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ostato at Doom, Holland. Hut tho Dutch kids havo a look at him now and then, Just tho samo. Hero you
boo tho completed wall also how easy It Is far two or moro Dutch children to peek over when tho guards
aro around the corner. Insort, ptcturo of tho cx-kalser.
Ninth and Walnut
J. Fordney of Lorella Is transact
ing business In town today.
Jako Rueck of Dairy Is a visitor
F. J. Bowna Is In tho city from
J. W. Banta has returned from a
visit to California points.
Charles W. Eborleln Is confined
to his homo with Illness.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Walton of Bray
aro hero on a brief visit.
Mr. and Mrs. IT. Tlcknor aro In
from Langell valley today on busi
ness. Mm. A. Hammol, a resident of
tbo Mills Addition, Is very 111 at hor
Mrs. John Llnman loft for a trip
to California points this morning,
nnd will bo gono sovoral weeks.
Mrs. R. A. Mltcholl Is at homo
again after an extended visit In tho
Gub Milliard was transacting busi
ness In the city yesterday from his
ranch on tbo Lakovlow route.
Mrs. A. E. Oalo Is In tho city for
a fow days from her homo In Do
Charley McCarthy Is a business
visitor today from hla ranch In Do
Mrs. A. Scott is bolng troatod for
a Bovero caao of rhoumatlsm at tbo
Klamath Qeneral hospital.
J. T. Dixon, rancher of Fort
Klamath, 'ha returned to bis home
aftor a week's visit here.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alnutt re
turned last night from Ashland,
where they were called by tbo doath
of Mr. Alnutfs mother.
Mr. and Mr. O. A. Thoma of
Merrill wore here on business yes
terday. Mr. Thoma manages the
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Merrill aro hero
from Merrill, Mr. Merrill being ono
of tho grand Jury which will con
vene hero tomorrow.
Mrs. J. C. Rutenlc, who has been
suffering from Inflammatory rhou
matlsm for about two weeks, Is im
Henry Bolvln, who has been asso
elated with J. E. Hosklng In tho
of tho Klamath Variety Store, has
Interests In tho business to Mr. Hos
klng. Mr. Bolvln, accompanied by
Mrs. Bolvln, left this morning for
Southern California, and will spend
tho next fow months thoro.
H. 8.. Hart, restaurant man from
Sacramento, Is here looking after
Dr. Mallett and family returnod
Sundny from a visit In Portland
and havo taken up their permanent
rcsldonco at 708 Ninth street.
Messrs. Ellis, Durton, Dickey,
Dodson and Scott, lumbermen from
Algoma, aro registered nt tho White
Chas P. Hawko of tho E1 go wood
ranch at Swan Lake, terminated a
short business visit hero today, and
bao roturned homo.
F. T. Ltdyard, representing Wal
ton N. Mooro Dry Goods Co. of San
Francisco, is In tbo city on business
connoctod with his company.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack McAulltfd.of
Fort Klamath are visiting friends
hero. Tho McAullffes reside onone
of Fort Klamath's most promlnont
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Nor do we ever prescribe glasses without a ; :
most thorough and painstaking examina- ','.
tion. By OUR METHODS we are able to ':
do this with the least annoyance, and great- ; :
est effectiveness to our patients.
H. J. Winters
Jeweler and Optician s
Phone, 149-W 706 Main St.
Maxim Gorky, tho Russian writer
who worked for tho bolshevik pro
paganda department for a time," is
reported to hao left Moscow an
nouncing that he was "disgusted"
with the soviet regime.
Hereafter Tho Herald will publish
tho mean and maximum tempora-
tures and precipitation record as tak
en by the U. S. Reclamation service
station. Publication will cover the
day previous to the paper's Issue, up
to C o'clock of the day.
Max. Min. clpltatlon
Jan 1 40 27
Jan 2 45 3C 23
Jaa 3 43 37
Jan 4 46 33
Jan B 31 27 80
Jan 6 . 25 4
Jan 7 39 17
Jan, 8 21 13
Jan 3 31 ' 13
Jan 10 32 14
Jan 11 29 7
Jan 12 30 20 07
,Jan 13 39 30 -
Jan 14 34 25
Jan 15 40 26
Jan 16....'.... 35 34
Jan 17 41 25 10
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
Notice Is hereby given that tbo
partnership herotoforo existing be
tween Henry Bolvln and J. E. Hos
king, doing business under tho namo
Variety Store, has disposed of his
been dissolved and in futuro will bo
conducted by J. B. Hosklng.
18-24 J. E. HOSKINO.
Injures His Foot
While working at tho Klamath Su
perior laundry tbls morning, Keith
Ambrose,. no wly appointed fire chief,
dropped a heavy rock on his left foot,
badly mangling bis great toe. He
was attended by Dr. Stewart, who
states the unless complications tie'
volop, Mr. Ambrose will not be in
capaciated very long.
Eat Moro Pay Less. Owl Cafe. I
RELEASED ON BOND
Frank Allen, charged with Illicit
manufacture of liquor, who wub ar
rested Friday when Indian service
nfflpAra rilMnri n atlll An tlin HaH.
fornla line, was released on bonds
furnished by eight neighboring
ranchers late yesterday, after hear
Ing .before Bert Thomas, U. S. com
Charter No. 11801
REPORT OK CONDITION OF THE
AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
of Klamath KallN, at Klmruith Falln, Jn tho State of Oregon, nt tho close
of Itiulnctia on December SO, 10-0
1 a Loans and discounts, Including rediscounts
4 U. S. (Jovormncnt securities ewned:
a Deposited to soc'uro circulation (U. S.
bonds par valuo) X. $50,000.00
g Premium on U. S. bonds 625.00
Total U. S. Government securities -
C Other bonds, securities, etc.:
d Bonds loaned (other than U. S. bonds). . 16.20
Totnl bonds, securities, etc., othor than
u. s : , ,
7 Stock of Federal Rosorvo Bank (50 per
cent of subscription)
9 Furniture and fixtures .
11 Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bunk....
13 Cash in vault and net amounts due from
national banks -
14 Not amounts duo from banks, bankers, and
trust companies In united States (other
than In Items 11 or 13)
15 Exchanges for clearing houso .......
Total of Items 13, 14, 15 tia,87i:yu
18 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and
duoi from U. S. Treasuror ,
19 Interest earned but not collected approxi
mate on Notes nnd Bills Receivable
not past duo -
20 Other assets, if any
21 Capital stock paid In i
22 SurpluB fund - -
24 Interest and discount collected or credited
In ndvanco of maturity and not earned .
32 Cashier's checks on own bank outstanding
Totnl Item 32 3,931.87
Demand deposits (other than bank deposits)
subject to Roso.-tvo (deposits payable ,
within 30 days):
33 Individual deposits subject to check . ........
34 Certificates of deposit due In less than 30
davs (other than for money borrowed..
35 Stato, county, or other municipal deposits
secured by pledge of assets of this oanic
Total of demand doposlts (other than
bank deposits), subject to reserve,
Items 33. 34 nnd 35. -... 77,399.35
Tlmo deposits subject to Reserve (payable
after 30 days, or subjoct to 30 days or
moro notice, and postal savings):
39 Certificates of deposit (other than for money
borrowed) . . ..............
42 Other time deposits . .
Total of time deposits subject to lte- '
servo, ItemB 39 and 42 37,162.47
Stato of Oregon,
County of Oregon, ss. ...
t. n. v. wimherlv. cashier of tho above-named bank, do solemnly
swonr that tho above statement Is truo to tho bost of my knowlodgo
nnd bollof. O. W. WIMBERLY, Cashier.
E. M. BUBB.
BERT E. WITHROW,
MARION HANKS, Directors. '
Subscribed and sworn to beforo me this 17th day of January, 1921.
MILDRED THRASHER. Notary Public.
(My commission expires Nov. 14, 1924)
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Bad Investment Is Almost
as Needless as Wasteful
LOSING Investments arise nine out of ten' times through
lack of knowledgo of the proposition and failure to In
Innumerable times people have withdrawn money fromTT
perfectly good First National BANK 'ACCOUNT and
put It Into projects which COULDNVT as well, as
wrtnMn't Rtmrppfl. ' '" '
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Chicago doctors aro bUBy scratching arms. Every family physician
is urging hla patients to bo Innoculated against smallpox and public health
officials admit thoy aro worrlod by the Bteady spread of tho epidemic in
East Chicago. Dr. H. E.. Beta is shown vaccinating. MlssAgnea vern.
Olrls don't, mind the scars, Dr. Bets says rather they regard them as
"beauty spots." s. , . ,.-.-..
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JLUA r KLAMATH FAIX5 , OREGON III
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A limited number of gallon cus-
itomers for real Durham and Jersey
milk. 50c per gallon. Once tried
Formerly Lewis Garage
423 S. 6th St.
GENERAL REPAIR WORK
Accessories and .Parts for All Standard Cars
Gas and Oil
Garage Phono 140. Res. Phone, 147-M