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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 5, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
TUESDAY, APIlUi B,"lMSI.
TEN YEARS AGO The timber resources
of Klamath county were well-known
to every resident. Everybody knew that
the development of those resources
meant prosperity, and profits; not only
to the promoters and operators, but to
every business man, working man and
property owner. They also knew that
it would take money to build and oper
ate saw mills. Did the citizens of Kla
math Falls get together behind the
sawmill propositions and finance this
development and hasten the prosperity
and profits? No. They waited for out
side men with vision, nerve and capital
to come in and produce prosperity for
Klamath AND PROFITS FOR THEM
SELVES. Who will reap the big pro
fits from Klamath's timber resources?
Not the residents of Klamath of ten and
fifteen years ago. They did not have the
foresight to see the possibilities, or the
nerve to bet their money They Weyer
hacusers, the Long-Bell, the Montensens;
the Goldthwaites end others with nerve
and foresight, came in and seized the
opportunity that Klamath's own citi
zens were blind to.
TO DAY the same opp6rtunity is before
us in oil. The opportunity of the business
man, the farmer and the working man,
(the very ones who will benefit most
by the general prosperity) to get behind
the local companies now being orga
nized and assure themselves of a share
in the big profits which would follow
Will they do it, or will they wait until
oil is gushing out in Klamath Valley? It
will be too late then; The Standard and
other big ones with capital, vision, and
nerve will have it all grabbed up by
HOW ABOUT YOU? Are YOU going to
pass up the opportunities in oil, just as
you passed up the opportunities
DON'T. BE ONE OF THE TOO
LATERS! See Kelly Today!
Mr, ond Mrs P. 0. Blltnor, of Dor
rlii, roturnud homo ytmtorduy'nftor u
ImnlnoiiH and ploanuro visit liunj of
it coupto of days. ,
J. W Walton loft for his homo
In DorrlH this morning. Hn lion boon j
honi hIiico Saturday. I
(lllliurt I). Drown and Norman C. I
Wliltu, of Laknvlaw, and W. 0. Dur-
bin, of Alturnn, nrn guests at tlio '
Wliltu I'nllcan liotol. I
V J. Davenport, iipoclnl agont fori
tlin Htamliinl Oil company at Blvj
son, npnnt Rumlay hnro. fo lit go
Inn to Hullo Volloy, near DorrlH, In
Hid Intercut of IiIh company, liavlni!
loft mi thu morning train.
Mm. V It. Orisburgor, Mr. anil
Mm J. Vlllalr, and Mm. M. Tlbbols
and daiiKlitor, alt of Pine Hideo,
woro In town Saturday on business.
(loorgo Watt has gono to Pt KIu
ritutli for a day's busfnuss visit.
Tho Dritlsh trensury oipocts toi
dorlvn $40,000,000 a yoar from tbo
now tuxos on motor vehicles which
riimn Into forcn noxt January.
Do oii nu-il n new Ijittfi-
liitf suit for Hint ilollfjlitful
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707 Main St
Phone 341 W
SHOP IN KLAM
To whom It may concorn.
Notlco In harohy given that alt por
tion owing or having bill agalniit tbo
firm of Honoris & Bwlndlor on ac
count of work or supplies furnished
on tho construction of tho Post Itoad
lining built from Poo Valloy to Ho
rinnza must bo O' KM by both of said
contractors, nnd nil recolpts for
mnnoys rocolvcd by said firm must
i bo slgnod by both said contractors.
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netici: or Hirrn.irur.XT.
, IN Till: COUNTV COURT OP TDK
STATU OP OREGON, POIl KLAM
I In thn Mattnr of tbo Estate of Jamn
I Phillips, Deceased.
Notlco Is horoby glvon1 Th it
Oeorgo Phillips, Administrator of tho
I ostato of Jamos Phillips, dccoaiod,
has rnndorod nnd prosontcd for sot-
I tlnmont, and tiled In said Court his
I final account of his udmlnlstrntlon
shlp of said estate), tbgothor with n
report thereof, nnd thnt tho 30 day of
April, 1921, nt 10 o'clock In tho fore
noon of said day, nt tho Court-room
of said Court, nt tho Courthouso In
$29.75, $35.00,$45.00 f" to $69.50
Andross-Glover Style Shop
J Phoenix JJslo Ho'Iery also
nut sls nt II
55c ana 65c
7th and Main
said County of Klamath, State of Oro
gou, hus boon flxud by tho C ourt as
tho tlmu and place for tho settlomont
of said, account and tbo hoarlng of
said roport and objections thereto, at
which tlmo and placo any person In
terested In said cstnto may appear
and fllo his oxcoptlons and objoctlons
thereto In writing to said account and
contest tbo samo.
Dntod, Klamath Palls, Orogon,
March 2C, 1921.
i Administrator of tho Kstato of Jamos
. i .
HEED AUTO SUPPLY CO.,
11th St.. near Mnln. Pliano 208-J
100 PER CUNT UNION
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