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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 2, 1921)
NATtmiuv, Ai'iuii a, mat
II K. Wood, of Portland, In lions
on business with tho Chllcotn A
Bmlth real estate company.
V S. Zimmerman, vlco president
of the Zimmerman, Well, llrewn
company, machinery merchanta of
Portlnnil, la hero transacting busi
ness with n number of local con
rerna Mr. Zimmerman expects to
are mllllnK oporattona In full blaat
hero by tho first of May. Farther 'Conger aenuo.
C'hnrlea Hall, president of the First
National bank, la making prepare
llona to moo Into the John Moore
1101111' on Lewis street,
Charloa P Hawk, proprietor of
Edgowood ranch at Swan like. la
doing business In town today
Wm K ltrown, of Port Klamath,
hn.id of tho llrent Meadow a Land
company, la In the clt)
Mr. and Mm. llert Langonhovol. :
arrhed here lnit night from San
Francisco, and will rouble at 421
Mm. Langenhovol's j
THE FVPNiNr. HFRAin KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
1'IkOII HALE Cheap Practically new
I household furniture Am leaving
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q pi '"" cuy. " ' " "i- " -
line of wiitelioa and MIk
LOST--Small black coin pu ran con-'
tainiliK mils ! inner pease m.iii, i ,,.-; .... "U- i,..t received- nt Deii
white reiican mooi ';;;;.;, ;lnu Jim(lM Kim, ,
1 1.) No high rent a " a
POIt UP.NT Nice, autiny. corner
stooping room for Ronlloman 121
Oak Tel 22y.M. 2-f.
POH KENT Two-room fiirulahed
.apnrlment. alan fiirulahed sleeping
,. I'liiiint 1 1 3 J t!3t N Mb 'l ,
POU SALE OK THADE Per piano. J' ,
cor lot 13 lllock 30 -Hot Springs ( iMt (j,, , Hell, with bU big
Addition Phone I7SJ as , , ' ... nienl alt will tako ton n
daiiRhter. Miss Ollle Humphrey, who
haa boon In San Francisco about, tith Street
tbreo weeks, came home with Ihein
Joo Koeaael. of Dairy, and Mike
norlh. mllla will bo In full swing by
May 1, alao, he believes.
Albert Bailey, who went to col-
loco with Paul T. (VDowd of the
Herald office not many years ago. Is! Itueek. of Bonanza, wore In town
In town on business, and apent a toda on bualneaa. and made an up
lonR time today with Mr. O'Dowd I predated call at the Herald off Ice
talking oTer old time. They had
not met for alx years
A WVippler X-ray mnchlne. c f tho j
Coolldgo type, aald to be the moat .
modern X-ray machlno made, wiiaj Mm. H J Sheets wua hostess os
Installod In tho surRlral department Iterday at n farewell party In honor
of tho Klamath General hospital to-'of Mr. Sheeta' mother. Mm llyeo.
day by G. M. Freed, of the Shaw . who will aoon leave for l.os An
Supply company of Portland. Thla Rolea to visit with relative From
machlno la larper than any other InJLos Angeles Mm. Byco will go to
the city, and brings tho surgical de-1 Lincoln. Nebraaka to reside Noedle
partment to a atnadard higher than 'work and praer occupied tho great
la afforded by many of tho bout .or part of the afternoon, after which
equipped hospitals. 'refreshments wore served The par-
Mr. and Mm. C It. Miller and i tlclpanta In tho party wore tho Mcs
son. Arthur, of Chlloquln arc spend-1 dniM 0"ott Van Hlper. I. M
lnK a fow days In tho city. Fltch A- Carlson. V P. Mason. J
Mr. and Mm. K. Ferguson. 212S v- Ooeller. Harry Ulchardson. Ever
lteclamatlon street, aro tho parents Griffith. K. 0. Cummlngs. P
of an elRht pound girl, born yester- " "ty Ilufl"' Moorc' Mnr5r Mc"
.inv.-ifii.monn iCIure. Marjorle GallaRher. II. K
Mayer. Miss Kllzu-
both McCurdy. and the chlldreu. VI
Tlan Sheets, Hilly Qallagher. Huzol
A now lino of Hand made "Lucky
Wedding" ItltiRa- at Davenport s on
Stand Sixth Main
KOK SAI.K A uunntlt) of Hoods
canary grass seed Pmneolled for
pasture and hay on ground too wot to
grow other grasses Address T K
Armstrong. Gaston. Ore 2-1
POSITION WANTED My middle
ageil lady In camp, first class cook
wIkto can use two ladles Pall at
v.- 421. Michigan ave 2
Krneat I .t noli anil Anna Dirks H
Idowa. roaldenta of tho reservation.
' with tho consent of tho Indian agent
wore granted a lleeliao to wed )
at Daienort'a on
WANTED To borrow $1200, for 1
enr Itesldonco proper!) us soriir-
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M A -.. unnt In W'n..! hi- ll. WottCnblirg, K J
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' pthia.s vitiation
' To all who have over been mem
bers You aro requested In liloel ul
K P Hall. I O O F building. Apr
41h. S p m lliislnesa of Imporlanco
i Oil. E It Hl'Nl.OOK. IH-p! 1 P
FOH SAI.K -M3f Sonom phono
I graph, slightly used $76 00
1200 Ilrunsnlrk phonograph slightly
used $140. rash or tonus
I wixtkils- ji:wi:i.h .sreiti:
this morning, and will return tomor
row wllh hla car, which he left ihere
some limn ago because the roads
wore not In good condition.
J. I). Lnwton, who has been cm
ployed at the Pelican Day Lumber
company, left for California points
this morning He is seeking n change
of environment, and mty not return
Miss Loufso Ayecknxftauer. who has
been Ylsltlnc with trs. Maurico
Ilryan. tcachfr at the Central school,
left forSacrsroento this morning.
Mrs. A. W, Thomas and sons. L
ter and Leon, who have resided here
since last September, were passen
gers to Portland today, where thoy
will make their home
Mrs. Henrietta Melhare and maid.
Mm. DleU. were passengers to San
Francisco this morning. They will be
guests at the Stewart hotel whtlo
Miss Clara Beacb. teacher In the
Kcno school, is In town today.
Mr. and Mm. C. 0. Kdwards arriv
ed here from Medford lost night
They will reside here. Mr. Edwards
having accepted a position with J. E
Enders & Company.
Mrs. H. J. Winters Is expected
home tomorrow night, after visiting
with brothers In Sacramento and
A. E. Hackcraon and LewU Ault
returned to thelrhomes at Odessa
today after short visits here.
Mrs. A. Debec, who spent the win
ter In California, arrived hero last
night and will remain through tho
Mr. and Mrs. F .B. Patty and llttlo
son, Stewart, left on a motor trip to
Portland this morning. They will mix
business with pleasure during their
Charles Hall, president of the
First National Bank left this morn
ing for Ban Francisco on a business
trip of about ten days.
Carlos Blair and Martha Schon
chin, both of Modoc Point, were
given a license to wed this morning.
Mrs. A. K, Hnkanson Is In town
from Odessa on a shopping tour.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Dalton are vis
itors from Malln.
John Weeks, of the Dcak ranch. Is
in town today buying supplies.
J, K. Lowtoq, who Is connected
with the Modoc Lumber company,
left for Portland today to visit with
his many acquaintances there
Troy Miller, of tho Modoc Lumber
company, took the train for Oakland
FOR SALE Two lots In Fnlrvlo
in Ml, Inn Vn Will i!nt Mill' view
Richardson. Wllrauth DeLap. Hobby', Klamath Falls and valley from
Mason, and Helen Ulchardson. Tho I this site only $300 each Pash Hot
neighbors and frlonds of Mrs. Hyco iter look them over before building
will raUs her. na'icae was loved by ,AUo nav" ' 'loubl0 l'"" " l''"
. . cent avoCan He ou easy terms
ovoryono. nn ,,,,,, nx , -, HPrM ofrtro 2
Mrs. E. L. Hcsloy. Mm. Charles Eves tested frr.- U Daven
Martin, and Mrs. E. M. Iglo gave a port's on 6th .street 2
surprlso dinner In tho Lorent apart
ments Tuosday evening In honor of
Mr. and Mm. G C. Lorcnz' altth
wedding anniversary. Pink and
lavender hyacinths predominated
among the docoratlons.
Miss Clara Calkins will enter
tain the La Soiree nub at her home
on Walnut street tonight.
Beware of Imitation
The great success of the
"Shiir-On "' eyeglass has
rained many Inferior luilta-
You are absolutely suro of
the genuine "Hbur-On"
when you come to us.
Wo sold them first
Wo til them best
H. J. WINTERS
70fl MAIN HTHKKT
Development Aim j
Of Standard Oil Co.j
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though It ' necessitated tho tearing !
away of largo portions of tho win-
dow casings, and entailing a whole t
lot of work. Flowers will bl m I
In the boxes soon, and then Miss j
Hannon's demands will be vindicated.
Uptown, at the corner of Sixth
and Klamath, is the service static n.
in cbargo of Mcrlo Houston. This Is
the company's only station In this
vicinity, and In accordance with the
company's policy, It Is a model of
neatness and efficiency, and certain
ly a station which will not cause the
people of tho city to close their oes
when looking at It or talking about
"We'ro for Klamath Falls and i
Klamath County, and want to be In
on anything that will tend to make,
things bigger and bettor In this vr
clnlty." So said Mr. Wright, assistant I
to Mr. Hallwcll, and It la not ueces- ,
sary to say that Mr. Wright voiced
Mr. Hallwell's sentiments when be '
said the words. And. therefore. tln
Standard Oil station at the corner of
Sixth and Spring streets must br
considered one of the Institutions
that are Injecting the Jazz In Klani-
ath Falls and Klamath county as
thoy trip down tho road toward that ,
prosperity that shall bo theirs by vlr-
tuo of tho possession of all the nut-1
ural resources needed to make
prosperity permanent. i
howing at the
This Vltagraph Super Special Is an unusually good
production and the kind that everyone enjoys
COMEDY -WHO'S YOL'll OflOCKIl
"The Truth About Husbands"
A FIHST NATIONAL SPECIAL PIIODPPTION
Women will all see this picture Tho Men
High grade, watch work by ex
perts "Honest Work, at Hom-at
Prices" My Motto Davenport's; "Hm
6th atreet watch maker and diamond
setter " 2 ,
White Pelican Hotel
SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNER
Puree Chicken Homo-mudo Noodlcii
Colory en liranch Kino Ollvtw
Chciken Fricassee with Dumplings.
Baked Ham Spinach.
Candled Sweet Potatoes.
Cream Mashed Potatoes.
Table D'Hote Dinners Week
10O I'KIt CENT UNION
Arthur Boan Tod White Ed F Crawford
Musical Director Manager Cnlef Operator
The Best for the Best
THE WORKINGMAN'S THEATRE
ANOTHER GREAT SHOW
VAUDEVILLE SUNDAY VAUDEVILLE
Entire Change of Program
4 Vaudeville Acts and Big Feature Picture
1 JOLLY DICK LONSDALE
2 DE BELL AND BERGEN
3 IMELDA MONTAGNE
4 OLE'S DREAM"
"MOIli: LAl'GIIK THAN ISVKIl"
And tho big feature with Beautiful CLAKA WILLIAMS
"CARMEN OF THE KLONDIKE
A bigger and bettor picture of Aluskn then the Hjiolloru.
EPISODE NO, 4 OF THE "PUHI'LE HIDEHH"
A GOOD COMEDY
Show starts Sunday at 1 o'clock sharp. Como eurly, remombor
last Sunday It was hard to get a heat on account of the crowd,
Four acta of vaudeville and tho beautiful Irish picture "In Blum,
berl&nd" and n good comedy. Show startH at 6.4C,
LADIES PURE SILK HOSE.
You may find silh hose chm.
where for $2.50 a pair, but they
won't have the Weight, the qual'
ity and the lustrous appearance
the Luxtte fare otlh Nose have.
We have the above hose in the
two new shades of grey cloud
and camel, also tn black, brown,
Fancy black, and brown $Uk
Luxitc hose at $2.00 a pair.
if TTfo2 uihou
The most important item in buil
construction is LUMBER AND M
The three essential things to conii
THE QUALITY OF THE MATERU
THE PRICE YOU PAY
THE SERVICE YOU GET
WE GUARANTEE the quality
grade of every item we sell. If its not n
we make it right. Ask any of ourhundrec
OUR PRICES arc always reason
You can always make substantial saving!
buying from us. Get our prices on
IN SERVICE we make "on time
liveries of every item. Avoid the annoy
and expense of waits and delays oy w
advantage of the service we give.
INSIST ON MADE IN KLAMAX
Buy from the live ones.
Lakeside Lumber 0
Owned and Operated by Klamath
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