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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 20, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1021.
TO MAKE ROOM FOR NEW STOCK WHICH WE EXPECT DAILY WE WILL SACRIFICE OUR
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ENTIRE LARGE STOCK OF
This London dancer, Bophla Tay
lor, Is dead, tho victim of a lovers'
quarrol with AngUBtuB Taylor, an
American, who shot her and klllod
hlmsolf. Sho was ono of tho most
popular duncors In London and
IcavoH an cstato of $100,000,
FOR (JAM 1820 StcphonB Salient
Six. $700 cash, 11100 balanco In
six monthly pnymonts. Metropolitan
FOIl RENT Furnished cabin for
bachelor, will oxchango rent for
work on samo. 741 Walnut Avo. 20
FOIl BAM First cIobr body, limb
wood. $10 for 4ft. wood; $12 for
sawed wood. Phono 513. 20-2E
FOUND Mnrswell sled. Ownor may
havo samo by Identifying It and
paying for thin nd. Phono 400-W.
FOR KENT 3-room unfurnished
hoiiRo. Two bl nek h from Main St.
Apply Ilucslng Ileal Kstato Office
1020 -Main St. 20-21
FOIl IlKNT Ono room houso fur-
nlshod Including light, water and
wood. Prlco $16. Phone 2G0-M. 20
NOTICE OK MEETING
A special meeting of tho Wom
an's Auxiliary of tho American Le
gion will bo hold In tho west hall of
tho Odd Follows building tomorrow
aftornoon, Friday, at 3 o'clock. Im
portant business will bo transacted,
and all membors aro urged to at
20 HAZEL VAN IUPEIt, Soc'y.
Camo to my placo 12 miles south
east of Klamath Falls, on Merrill
road, tho following horses.
Ono dark bay maro, strip In faco,
weight about 1200 pounds, with 2
yoar old colt with strip In faco,
hrandod lazy H. P. connected on loft
shouldor; Ono black maro, brandod
2 on right shouldor; Ono 3 or 4 year,
roan horso, brandod quarter circle
2 on right shoulder; Ono 3or 4 yoar
old black horso, chunky built, bloch
ed brand on right shoulder. Owners
may havo samo by paying costs. Rob
ert Choyno. 20-22
Friday and Saturday
THE GIFT SHOP
' 709 Main St.
OUR STOCK OF LIFETIME ALUMINUM WARE INCLUDES TEA KETTLES, ROASTERS, PRE
SERVING KETTLES, SAUCE PANS, PERCOLATORS, MILK PANS, WINDSOR KETTLES AND
NUMEROUS OTHER ARTICLES
KLAMATH VARIETY SHOP
5-10-15 and 25c Store
Davo Jones of Lakovlow was seen
on tho streets hero yesterday.
H. J. Gordon was among tho vis
itors from Fort Klamath yestorday.
Mrs. H. R. Crane of Chlloquln
was In town on business yestorday.
S. a. Drown of Crystal Is In town
John natcllffo, rancher, was In
from Merrill yesterday
Dan McO.ee, salesman, Is calling
upon tho trade In this city today.
Charles Gray of Pine Orove Is
hero today on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mack of
Spring Lake, woro visitors hero yes
Frank Moorland tiaa accepted. a
position with tho Klamath state
T. L. Beln ot tho York Construe?
tlon and Supply company of Seattle
Is hero figuring with tho Klamath
JANUARY 23, 1921,
The undersigned markets will start doing
business on a strictly cash basis
crcamory rolativo to tho Installation
of now equipment.
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Drown of Seattle
aro visiting at tho Latta ranch about
nlno miles from this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wiley ot tho
Klamath Agency wero visitors hero
Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Davis ot Swan
Lake aro registered at tho Whlto
Miss Idolta McElratb, kodak ox-
pert for Underwood's pharmacy, is
back In her position again after a
ten days' pleasure trip In Portland.
Robert Cbeyno of Mt. Lakl, ono
ot this county's most ardent devotees
ot pure bred stock raising, was in
town yesterday conferring with tho
county farm bureau.
J. II. Drlscoll returned last night
from Portland, whore he attended
tho mooting of th'o state fish and
game commission. Tho chief busi
ness considered was various legisla
tion now ponding or proposed in
connection with the commission.
Mr. and Mrs. Stephon Horllhy aro
In town today from Algoma on a
Fred Hesso ot tho Hcsso-Martln
I lion Works,' Portland, arrived here
last night to look after business mat
ters for his firm. He will bo hero
Attorney Gronort ot Portland Is
In tho city in behalf of somo of bis
clients who havo Interests In this
county. Mr. Oronert was a member
ot.tho last legislature.
Henry Grimes rofurned last night
from Ashland whoro ho was for a
few days visiting with bis wife who
Is there for the benefit of her health,
Ho states that Mrs.' Grimes 'is great
ly I Improved.
George Stephenson, Is back from a
business, trip to Portlandi&nd the
Coos ,Bay section. Over on, the coast
they havo had upwards ot 50 Inches
of tralp slnco September 1st, it bay.
,lng rained almost continuously for
tho last 100 days.
NURSE DIDNT AMUVE
Duo to somo misunderstanding
tho community health nurse, who Is
coming to take charge ot local work
failed to arrive last night as ex
pected. Red Cross headquarters to
day said tbero had been no message
explaining delay and It Is supposed
that sho missed a train somowhero
and will nrrlvo tonight.
I'll say so.
Garpentier's New Baby
Feminity to Reign
Supreme at Hi
Jinx Friday Eve
The girls hl-JInks will be held at
the I. O. O. F. ball Friday evening
January 21, 1921;
Norma'Adams, Lois Sailor, Jo Upp
havo charge 6t the decorating. Alber
thm NHschlem, Alma 'Lawrence, and
Miss-Dougherty will see' that no one
will go Hungry. Mrs. Carrier, Frieda'
JJIehn, Thclma Wlso and Mrs. Solo
mon composo the entertainment com"
mltteo, and aro sure to havo some
thing good In storo for all.
Prizes will be given for tho pret
tiest, ugliest, funniest most poverty
stricken, best movie character, best
funny paper character, most original
and many others.
All tho high school girls, mothors,
guardians, and alumni aro cordially
invited, but positively no mon aro to
bo allowed. Be there promptly at
8 o'clock, for then Is when tho fun
begins, and don't forget your admis
sion of 2&. cents.
RICKARD WILL PUT BIO
FIGHT OVER LONE-HANDED
NEW YORK, Jan;, 20. Tex Rick
ard plans lo promote the Dempsey
Carpentler tight alone, following the!
withdrawal ot William A. Drady and
Chas. D. Cochran aa promoters.
Georges Carpentler, tho French heavy wolght champion, 'thinks this is
tho greatest baby in the world. It's .his new daughter, Jacquolino. Inset
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Federal Reserve Bank
.; W. Vqnnice, Charles L. Moore,
Charles Hall, H. N. Moe,
' 'AM. Collier, Fred Schallock,
John M, Moore, Leslie Rogers,
Silas Obenchain, J. O, Goldthwaite,
E. R. Reames.
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