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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 24, 1921)
THURSDAY, FKimUAIlV SI, 1921
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
LOST Whlto rat torrlor fomnlo
pup, black patch over loft eyo, had
collar on with Bllvor spots, l'loaso
return to 376 Tlno Btrcot. 24-25
HEATKD FUIINIBHBD room for
rent. 1109 Pine St. Closo In.
1'hono 474. 24-26
FOU nENT 3 rooms for housokoop
In. 621 Oak St. 2 4-2 6
SLAB WOOD FOR 8ALB. 16lnch,
$6.60 on pavement, $7 off. Phono
238-Wv Harry Clar. 24-4
INCOME TAXES duo noon. Do you
know latest exemptions? South
well. Phono 120 or 439. 24-2
Phono 206-M. Phono. 366 'from 9 to
6 o'clock. 24-35
FOR SALE 1920 Ford touring car,
run less than 3000 miles. Danner-
Patty Motor Co. 24-3
FOR RENT Room for ono or two
ladles or man and wlfo. 620 Wash
FOR SALE 100 black locust posts.
Corner Wall St. and Michigan
NUR8IN0 Medical, surgical, hyro-
thoraphy. Ida M. Totto. Phono
FOR RENT Good slro furnished
bedroom with heat In prlvato
homo. Reasonably priced. 632 Oak.
Shampooing, tnarcollng, massag
ing, manicuring. For appointments,
phono 366, Whlto roltcan Hotel.
against reddening, roughening
winds, by applying
before going out. It whitens
tho skin, too, and softens It to a
"Onco a Trial Always Nyal"
Dakorlto Dread 10 cents n loaf Is
tho now prlco ot tho bread that has
created such a sensation among tho
housowlrcs ot tho city. It has that
delicious, lasting flavor that could
bo found nowhero but In home
mado bread. It Is tho result ot years
of cxnorlmontlniT by tho greatest
bakers In tho world. Thoy sought
to dovlso n method for tho produc
tion ot broad In largo quantities and
at tho samo tlmo havo It keep to
"homo-mado" flavor so delightful to
tho palate of tho epicurean. That is
why Dakcrito bread is such a sen
sational success. You can got it nt
tho Rex Cafo or Tho Maze Just
next door. 24
"LET flixmai: no it"
If your watch needs repairing
bring it to Geo. L. Mctz, 622 Main
NOTICE TO DKirrOIlS, PALACE
GROCERY ANI ASHLAND
Mrs. Cora M. Jolly has boon em
ployed ns collector tor tho cstato in
bankruptcy ilndor names of Ashland
Fruit Store, Palaco Qrocory and H.
H. Jenkins (as to tho latter only
prior to Dec. 1, 1920.) Mrs. Jolly
otflco over Sugarman's store cornor
of Sixth and Main, in tho Klamath
Hank building. Tho undersigned
Trusteo of said bankruptcy cstato,
will appreclato calling ot all debtors
ot said cstato on Mrs. Jolly at an
early date, bo that tho cstato may bo
closed at an early date.
Dated February 24th, 1921.
F. M. QARICH
NEW DAIRY STORE
Allen Hblcomb has opened a dairy
products store in tho store build
ing occuptod by tho Palaco Market,
on Main street near Sixth, and will
handlo Gilt Edgo butter, cream, milk
and cheese. Mr. Holcomb Is not
now in tho business, and announces
that perfect satisfaction to his cus
tomers will bo his watchword.
Speaking ot automobllo speed '
maniacs, you ought to "Say It with
Home Made Bread
10c a Loaf
Bakerite Bread The kind mother
used to make can now be purchased
at the Maize and the Rex Cafe for
Ten Cents a loaf.
flowing at the
Mrs. J. "W Forbes Is ft visitor from
Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Whlto nro in
town from Algoma.
W. Lewis ot Merrill Is a city visi
F. It. Ward Is In town from San
Austin Harden has returned from
a business trip to Lakovlow,
W. O. Henderson ot Chlloquln Is
n city visitor today.
Frank W. Strowbrldgo of Chllo
quln Is n city visitor.
Geo. Watt loft for San Francisco
Mrs. R. Taylor ot Odossa Is
Klamath Falls visitor today.
Mrs. E. A. Schrolnor ot tho Spring
Lake district Is shopping In tho city
Tho Arnott Pros., farmers from
Swan I-nko, nro transacting business
Roy Dlffcnbnchor ot Chlloquln Is
transacting business In tho city to
day. C. H. Undorwood who has boon
transacting business In Lakovlow re
turned last night.
Dr. E. G. Wliocarvor, who has
been a Lakovlow visitor for sovoral
days returned last night.
Geo. L. Metr, expects his brother
Albert Mots to arrlvo from, Santa
Clara tonight to locate hero.
Mrs. E. H. Slsson from Klamath
Agency Is transacting buslnoss In
Attorney William M. Duncan lott
this morning for San Francisco on a
short business trip.
Mrs. C. Henderson ot Chlloquln
was opcratod upon yestorday at a lo
cal hospital and Is Improving.
T. N. Case, president ot tho coun
ty farm bureau, Is In Portland to at
tend tho mooting of tho stnto farm
bureau exccutlro committee
Mrs. R. L. Davis ot Eau Claire,
Wisconsin, arrived last night tor a
visit with hor sons Robert and Henry
Davis, who opcrato a mill at Swan
Lake, and their families.
Edwin M. Kccso, public account
ant, has opened an otflco with Geo.
L. Mctz. Mr. Noeso was formerly
with tho Roger Drown corporation
of Cincinnati, Ohio.
L. E. Drown Is in town from KJrk.
Miss Frances Bcatty will loavo to
morrow for Gardiner, Ore., for a
vacation visit with bor parents, who
Arvld E. Hakanson, of Recreation,
a notivo ot Sweden, has filed a nat
uralization petition in tho circuit
Robort S. Hunt has purcbasod a
lot In block 14, second Falrvlew ad
dition, and intends to erect a dwell
ing. Mr. Hunt recently arrived
from tho cast.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wlest and
daughtor roturnod last night from
Salem. Mr. Wlest has been attend
ing tbo legislative session for past
two weeks. Mrs. Wclst and daugh
tor spent a couplo ot months there
"THE HIGHEST BIDDER"
You'll soo Madge Konnedy in ono ot her best roles
as thp "Tho Little Fortune "Hunter" in Tho Highest Did
der adapted from Maximilian Foster's "Tbo Trap."
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Thomas Mclghnn in
"THE PRINCE CHAP"
Another great picture with the Universally Popular
It is only on unusual occasions
that Klamath Falls folk stop to tako
a sccdnd look at tho familiar figure
of an Indian, but it was ono ot tboso
oxtrordlnary occasions at tho Mon
dale last night, when Eaglo and Ra
mona delighted tho nudtonco with an
act, tho only fault of which was that
It endod too soon.
Indian costumes and a golden
flooded stago creatod a porfoct en
vironment for tbo artists In their
clovor Impersonations and dancing.
Doth voices possess that rare com
bination of sweet tones and clear
Dill Hart in a daring screen ad
venture and a clever comedy com
pletcd the bill.
The firm ot Bratton & Douglas,
upholsters, has been dissolved. J.
E. Dratton will carry on tho bus
iness, G. W. Douglas left for Mod
ford yesterday, Intending to locate
CRATER LAKE OIL CO.
The meeting of the stockholders
of the Crater Lake Oil company,
scheduled for this evening, has been
postponed until tomorrow evening at
7 130 at R. C. Oroebck' office,
Announcing ihe Arrival of
Our First Shipment of
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An assortment of the season's latest in
Taffetas, Satin, Tricotines and combina
tions of Taffetas and Georgettes, beauti
fully trimmed in Ruffles, Novelty Rib
bons and embroidery. Some striking
models in yard embroidered, others with
Hena sashes. Prices range from
$19.75 to $35.00
A beautiful line in tricotines, serges
and Jerseys. Some strictly tailored oth
ers trimmed in embroidery and braids.
They come in navy, sand and heather
from $25.00 '".$50.00
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A great profusion of the latest nov
elty creations, exclusively styled. An ex
tensive line of sailors from
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The Woman's Fashion Center
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