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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 28, 1921)
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MONDAY, MARCH, 28, lJI.
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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The Best Sox Made
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WE HAVE SECURED THE EXCLUSIVE SALE FOR KLAMATH
FALLS ON THE CELEBRATED INTERWOVEN SOX FOR MEN
ACKNOWLEDGED THE BEST SOX MADE FOR MEN. ALL COL
ORS, SILK, LISLE, CASHMERES, AND NO HIGHER IN PRICE
THAN THE ORDINARY SOX.
When You Want Sox That Will Wear and Wear and Wear-
At K. K. K. STORE
Spring Garden Hint;
Ted Falk nnd F. II. McElweo. of
tho Modoc Lumber company, nro
guests nt tho White Pelican hotel.
Mrs. W. J. West, wlfo of tho
Weed, California banker Is register
ed nt tho White Pelican hotel.
Pat Parker left for his father's
ranch near Illy this morning.
Fred Schnoldorsis hero from Med
io rd on business.
Dr. Nool, Dr. Wlsecasvcr and
Dr. Carter went to Chlloquln to
fish yesterday. How many fish thoy '
caught baa not been learned, but
their friends arc assured that tholr
list of "cxtracatlons" will bo long
and mighty, and that tho talcs thoy
will toll will bo horribly fishy.
Mrs. J. II. Short, of the county
hospital, Is risking in Kcno today.
Dan Ilyan was In from Fort Kla
math yesterday to attend Easter
W. S. TUrpln Is at homo again
after a two-weeks' visit In Modesto,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack McAullffo
woro In from their Ft. Klamath
ranch for Easter.
V. l. Black, employed by Oskar
Huber. took tho train for Sacra
mento this morning.
Charles E. ,8pldcll is In from his
homo at Spring Lake today.
A. It. Campbell. ,of Pine drove
is In town.
Miss Claudlo Langoll. who has
beon attondlng school In Portland,
arrlvod horo last night enrouto tc
hor home'nenr Yalnax.
W. J. Hoborts, wfco formerly was
Interested in tho firm of Kobort &
Whltmore of this city, Is visiting his
son, Charles I. Roberta, who Is ill
at his homo.
J. E. Hall, of Chllonuln, regis
tered at tho Whlto Pelican hotel
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Culahan, of
Ft. Klamath, woro hero today on
W. K. Brown, of Fort Klamath.
ivbs a guest of tho Whlto Pelican
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wllklna were
in from their homo at Odessa, yes
torday. Mr. and Mm. Albert Iloik huvo
returned to tholr homo In Hilt,
after a visit with friends horo.
Mrs. E. S. Yacco, who has been
visiting Mrs. W. A. Rlggs, left for
hor home ut Setter this morning
A. A. Cottle, ono of the promin
ent ranchers pt tho Dairy section,
took tho train for Redding this
morning whoro ho will remain sev
eral days on business.
R. 8. Woodden, a former resi
dent of this vicinity, left for hls
homo In Roseburg this morning, nf
tor looking after his ranch property
Mrs. M. I. Clark, who has callod
Klamath Falls homo for quite a whllo
left for Cottonwood, California, this
morning. Slip will inake hor homo
A. B. Brown, Bonanza rancher, re
turned las) night from his regular
annual winter visit with his ddnugh
ter in Ejlensburg, Washington. He
also travelled extensively through
Washington and Idaho.
FOR SALE Range, heater, living
room, dining room, kitchen' and
f Itrtil rAftin f u tnlf Im lTnl titit .(
months. Call Monday, Tuesday or
Wednesday from 11 to C o'clock.
FOR HALE- tl hend of good work
horses and one 3-yr. old colt. I) W.
(leorga on tho old Ky Taylor place,
Konu rond. 28-2
INQUlIlt: Union TaxLCu, for rates
for country trips. 28
FOR SAUK OR TRADE For fow
days only, flvo nnssuiigur touring
car stand thorough oxumlnatlan, i
good looker. Tnko old cur that will
niitnu kuu1 siet'UHiurj ijumuiu cahii
terms. 1185 Crescent or phono
WANTED Four or flvn bouwlero In
private boarding houso. 1185 Kant
St. Phono 240M 28.30
WANTED TO RENT Small furn-i
Ishod homo, Ilox II. Herald office
FOR SALE 26 tons A-X alfalfa hay.
C. E. Trlnk. Merrill roulo. 28-1
A sporlnl convocation ut R A.
Chapter No 3,1, will ho held In Mus
onlc hall Tuesday, March 29, nt 7:30
P. m. ily order of E, H. P
J. E. IIRATTON. Socrotary
WANTKIl Wnrv iirllnltur vm
trees, roso bushes, berry hushes. I
rnnd caring for lawns, S. Haley. Phono '
I Nu' Meno Corsols. made to your
mousuro. niiurnnterd Mrs Rosoltnn-!
Mall, 521 Jefferson St. Phono 260J ;
WANTED Position In store, or mill
commissary. Can tako ehargo ofj
ouying, managing, Dooxecpingi type
writing. Aliiwer l'YV ,M,"..cnr Her
ald. - 28-1
Who wants a beautiful ranch homo
In tho heart of Roguo River valley-
land of fruits nnd flowers? Near Mod-
ford, on paved hlghwny, .good soil,
modern home, commanding location,
grand view, ronsonablo price; trades
considered. Sco Blmorville, York i
Fred A. Howard, South Boston, Mass., chemist, announces that
lie has produced a cucumber that will grow faster tlfan any known
fruit or vegetable. Ho Is shown hero with two of tho cucumbers,
ono picked three days after blossom, one five days after blossom.
Thoy will grow bigger, if left longer, hut at thioo to nvo-doys, de
ponding on climate, thoy are ready for tablo uss.
IIAROAI.V FOR QUICK HAM:.
, FOR SALE HY OWNER I room
l houso and hath, completely furn-'
'Ishod. Located at 104 High street,'
jon cor. lot 60 x 70 ft. Large front
and rear porches, full sot good plumb-'
lng, part basement, and twt cords 16
In. limb wood. All for. only 12,500. .
Home terms, mono 99R, after r p, m
or sco R. C. Dale. 28-29
t Dick Lonsdale, of tho Metropol
itan Merry-Makers, showing at tho
Mondalo theatro, presents n Swed
ish Interpretation at each show that!
Is tho superior of any character )
portrayal shown horo for . many
months. Mr. Lonsdale carries his
Interpretation Just far enough, and
employs no overdrawn humor that
too often makes such acts ridicu
lous. Ho hits the spot, and when
ho hits you'vo just naturally got to
laugh. Ho Is supported by a com
pany of good slngors who mako
each shioV acceptable to everyono
who likes snappy, wholesome, mer
itorious umusoment. .'
Tho Cyclo-Stormagraph, at
Underwood's Pharmacy has reg
istered a rising barometor for
Hoveral days, until noon today,
slnco when it has beon falling
slightly. As tho movement has
been of such short duration, It
Is difficult to forecast, Intelli
gently. A continued fall will
probably bring u chango of
weathor, In about twenty-four
heurs: Storm, browliiK In South
NEW GARAGE AT DORRIH
R. C. Wllklns and S. P. Russ
havo oponcd a gurago at Dorris, and
Geno Dcllell Is an unsually good uro figuring upon maklug It ono cf
FOR SALE Khaki tent; collapslbloj
auto bed with mattress: double
thermos lunch set; all. llko now.
Phono 413J or call at 034 N. 8th St.
FOR RENT 35 acres In Entorprlro
district near town. E. L. Stephens.
Box 188. K. F. 28-2
Man nnd wlfo want work, wlfo as
cook for mill or camp and man for
goneral work. Address O. B. Herald
entertainer, too, and tho host part
of It Is tho stuff ho pulls has not
been resurrected from uutiquity for
tho edification of peoplo who know
good entertainment -when they hear
It. With Greta Bergen, tho muscu
lar Amazon, whohows tho rcsultH
of physical culturo for womon, and
tho pictures, this show Is a "go-
goiter' Thoy will ho soon again
tonlgh't something' new of course.
Last night tho theatro proved to bo
too small to houso tho crowd.
llio best equipped garages In this
district. Loral bouses shipped sup
plies to them this .morning, pre
liminary to tho arrival of u larger
f NEW TODAY
BACK FROM HAWAIIAN INLANDS
ASSEMBLY DANCE TONIGHT
Anothor of tbo enjoyable assem
bly club dances will bo held jn the
Scandinavian hail tonight, and a big
attendance i, expected. These
4aneee get better all the time, ac
cording to those who have attend
E. A. Hc-amca arrived hero from
Palo Alto, California, yestorday, and
will transact business for a fow
days beforo returning homo. Mr.
and Mrs. Rcames havo Just return
ed from a trip to Llhuo Kauai, Ha
waiian Islands, uhcro they visited
their daughter, Mrs. Frank .Jen-
Inge. Mrs. Rcames is in San Fran
cisco, whoro eho will remain until
Joined by Mr. ReJmeson his homo
ward bound trip. ,,"
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. WEATHER, REPORT
OREOON Tonight and Tuesday,
LOST Sterling sllvor, Eorshnrp
poncll. Finder please, return to II.
C. Herald offtco. Howard. 28-31.
LOST 2 tires nnd tiro rack hotweon
Dorris and Keno. Return to tho
Mecca Peel Hull. Reward. 28-31
TO LEASE 80 alto irrigated farm.
Close to town, good proposition to
right party. Call at Wlshard & Wood
Real Estato offlco, noxt door to Her
ald offlco. 282
FOR SALE Dandy little 2 room
houso on pavomont. Prlco furn
ished $800, $300 cash and $25.00
per month, Inqulro Parks Union Taxi,
537 Main. 28
FOR SALE 8 room houso. ono block
from Main Price 12750 $1000
casu, sbu.uu per montn. mis lot)
alone Is-worth $2500. Can bo arrang-l
en ror two apartments, inquire
Parks, Union Taxi. 537 Main, 28
I specialize in cleaning carpets and
rugs. Phono 190W. Win, Lush.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Practically
now Fordsoif tractor. Tolophono
FOR SALE Speed wagon, first-class
shapo; bargain. Address Box C, II.
HOUHKH Ji LOTS.
, Threo room houso and big lot on
California Ave. at $1000 on very
Houso with ono big room, 'fully
furnished, nlco garago, big lovel lot,
fast growing section of city. Barguln
Good threo room houso In good
condition Inside and out, big level
corner lot, flno garden tract. Prlco
only $1700, vory easy torms.
New threo room plastorod houso
and big lovel, cornor lot, with lights,
wator, sink, bath room. Prlco $1750.
Only $300 cash. Hurry.
Now and modern four room houso
with hath and built In foaturos. Prlco
only $2250. Only $300 cash,
Somo fivo, six, sovon and olght
room bouses nt bargain prices.
Big level lot on Wantland Ave. at
$300. Only $30.00 esh.
Inside lot 50 x 120 near Mills Ad
dition school at $300 on vory easy
Lot on Broad St. 25 by 112 at $275
Two lots on spur 50 by 137 ft. nt
Lots In Hot Snrlngs Addition at
$300, $350 and $400 rash and terms.
Somo flno bungalow sites on tho
High school hill at $500, $550 and
$600. Easy torms.
A flno lot near now school In Fair"
vlflv Addition No. 2 at $300 rvilv
$50 cssh. Another good one at $350
and It's a corner.
Come in and look around with us
Wo can snvn von monov.
28 OH Main St.
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I A wonderful plcluro of Nuwsboy life "taxed in Han H
Francisco's Chinatown. You'll llko It. H
"RED FOAM" 'H
A RALPH INCE PRODUCTION H
LAST EPISODE, OF ' H
"TI417 I riCT riTV" iH
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HmA'KU CENT UNION
Ed. If. Crawford
The Best lor the Rent
THE WORKINGMAN'S THEATRE
This Show Is a ncsltlvo riot nf r.Hinrhv
4 BIG VAUDEVILLE ACTS
h.mili:h and milks of laughs
- DICK LONSDALE
"THE HVKNHKA PARSON"
YOU JUST YELL TILL YOUR SIDES ACHE
. GRETA V. BERGEN
AMERICA'S GREATEST EXPONENT OF PHYSICAL C.UUtimv.
4. JOLLY DICKLONSDALE & CO.
THE MAN WHO IX)OKS LIKE ME
YOV LAUGH AND LAUGH UNTIL YOU CANT LAUGH ANY MORE
WM. S. HART
"THE HELL HOUND OF ALASKA"
Episode Not 3 of "The Purple Rider.",
With Big Joe Ryan
AND A GOOD COMEDY
SHOW STARTS AT 0:80 SHARP ,
Standing room was at a premium Sunday night and the people
saw a wonderful show, ask them.
Entlro chango of Vaudovlllo and plcturos Tuesday.
COME EARLY COME EARLY
Advertising pays. Try It and boo.