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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 11, 1921)
FIUDAY, MARCH II, 1021.
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Heston Wright, who Is nBsbclntod
wlth tbo Graham Lumbor company
tot DorrlB, Is In tho city tor sovoral
I days on company business.
Kay Looslcy, prominent stock-
man and farmer of tho Ft. Klamnth
'country, was an nrrlvnl on last
I night's train from tho Roguo rlvor
valloy, who?o ho spent tho winter
tnbnths. After transacting buslnoss
In this city for sovoral days, Mr.
ILoosIoy will return to his rnnch at
Ilornard Zollman, who has been
. nttondlng tho Oregon agricultural
coltogo at Corvallls for sovoral
months, was an arrival on last
night's train. Mr. Zellman was for
Vnoroly with tho Woyorhausour Tlnv
1 bor company hero.
James Havallna, ono of tho ill'
i rectors of tho Malln Stato bank,
'was In tho city yesterday transact
Tho Rov. Karl Mathles Lutheran
mlnlstor, was a passenger on this
mornings train to Montague wlioro
ho will hold sorvlces Friday avcuing
and from thoro will go to Gold Hill,
holding services thero Sunday, and
will return to this city tho first of
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Leovor who
opornto a largo stock ranch In tho
Fort Klamath country, returned 'uj'
night from an extended visit In
southern California. After visiting
for sovoral days hero Mr. and Mrs.
Leovcr will return to their Ft.
Henry D. Davis, a promtnont Wis
consin lumberman, arrived last
night from Portlnnd. Mr. Davis
Is hero looking ovor lumbor condi
tions and visiting his sons, Henry,
and Robert, who aro associated with
FOR SAL12 ! room modorn bunga
low on pavement: 2 lots woll Im
proved. Furnlshod or unfurnished,
llox II, Herald offlco. 11-16
FOR SALK 700 boxes apples at
pies Warehouse on 6tn at. rricos
$1.6B to $3.00. Come. 11-12
FOR IIBNT Ono
room. 1143 I'lno St,
Phono 31. R.
FOR RENT Furnlshod ono room
bachelor cabin. 714 Walnut Avej
WANTED Hy lady, position as
cook In camp. Can bring holpor
If necessary. Room 10, No. 10 Mnln
FOR RKNT To man and wife, four
room furnished npnrtmont. 41G
So. Riverside Phono 192M.
INCOME TAXKS Duo now. L can as
slst you with your returns. South-j
wen, room i, uoomig umg l'no.iu
139 or 439. 11-12
WIANTED Olrl to nsslst with house
work. Innulro 1024 Main St..
Maors Harbor Shqp. 11
FOR SALE Ono Potalumn Incubator
In A-l condition; 252 egg capac
ity. Phono 269R. 11-1S
FURNISHED ROOM For rent. 406
Pine SU Phono 2G2W. 11-12
HOU8EHOLD FURNITURE For
sale. 338 N. 11th St. 11
$400 cash and $25 per month. Now
4 room house, ono block from pavo
mont, $1550. For solo by owner.
Phono 255J. 11-18
tho Hamnkor-Parkor Lumber com
pany of Swnn Lake valley.
Charles Qrey n promtnont farmer
of tho Pine Qroro district was In the
city yostcrday attending to buslnesi
flowing at the
"THE VILLAGE SLEUTH"
There was dirty work afoot! Cosh I oven folks that,
wasn't detectlvo know that.
For why them tracks to tho lonely lakoT And a rich
man, vanlshodT And a fortune in Jools stolen? And tbo
mystery house in (be woods?
But Nicholas Carter Wells had a clue, and sh-h-h-hl
Come see Sherlock Holmes ghost turn green with envy!
Five rousing reels of laughs and oxcltoment!
GOOD TWO HEEL COMEDY
SYLVIA I1REMMEK IX
When you buy
'MADE IN KLAMATH FALLS
You increase 'Klamath Payrolls.
We make Windows, Doors, Mould
ings, Cabinet Work, Store Fixtures,
'Frames, Tanks, Furniture and Gen
eral Mill Work.
Lakeside Lumber Co.
Owned and Operated by Klamath Falls
SHOES for Your EASTER COSTUME
HEN YOU BUY THE SHOES FOR YOUR EASTER COSTUME YOU
WILL NATURALLY WISH TO MAKE SURE THAT THEY ARE OF
THE LATEST STYLE AND CORRECT IN EVERY DETAIL.
BE PARTICULAR also about their quality for
remember the satisfaction you will derive from your
investment, measured not alone by the way your shoes
Jook the first time you wear them, but even more by
the kind of service they give.
JOHN KELLY SHOES CARRY THE ASSURANCE OF CORRECT STYLE,
LASTING GOOD LOOKS AND SATISFACTORY SERVICE.
Ralston Shoes for Men
fICES $8.00 TO $13.00
5 KV SSL V 1
H "UTtfr 'IT
"-. JJWWSStS j- yj . y.i -.- i
You are most cordially invited to at
tend the complete presentation of
the new modes for the coming sea
son which will be featured at the
fashion show and display at this
The Inaugural of Spring,
Saturday March 19th.
when you will havg the opportunity
of viewing and selecting the prettiest
and most attractive wear we have
ever had. The styles outrival those
of last spring, and the values are
even better than in pre-war times.
May we assist you in deciding the
styles best suited and most becom
ing to your personal desires.
A few advance models are now on
H. N. MOE, Prop.