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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 30, 1921)
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THE EVENING HERALD.
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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Hereafter The Manila will publish
tho inenn and maximum tempera
turen nntl proclpltntlon record na tak
en by thn U. 8. Reclamation sorvlco
tatlon. Publlcallon will cover tho
day previous to tho papor'a Ittsuo, up
to 6 o clock or too day.
Last fall a man named Woodhousc came to Klamath
Falls from Idaho and bought some land down Merrill
way and is going into the Bee Business on a large
scale. He is going to produce Honey, made in Kla
math County by Klamath Bees, from Klamath Alfal
fa. This industry is going to help Klamath Falls. We are
going to get better, fresher honey and probably at a
lower price. But best of all, the dollars which we
spend for this .honey, will stay in circulation here.
Mr. Woodhouse will spend part of his made in Kla
math honey Dollars with us for WINDOWS, DOORS,
MILL-WORK and LUMBER. He will spend part of
them in all the stores and business houses. Everybody
in Klamath Falls will benefit by even this compartively
small Home Industry.
It pays to build up Home Industries by buying
MADE IN KLAMATH FALLS PRODUCTS '
LAKESIDE LUMBER CO.
Owned and Operated by Klamath Falls
April IS 56
AvrW 19.-.. 62
April 20 f.tt
April 21 C8
April 23 ...
April 26 . .
April 37 66
April 29 66
f NEW TODAY
FOK 8ALB Rcfrigorotor, almost
new. Maw Contectlonory, 1022
Main. Phono 346W. 30-3
LOST Bunch of key on April 27.
Return to Herald offlca and claim
,r Additional Society
Miss Bernardino Harmon enter
tained a few frlenas-Frlday rnlght
at her home at -Ihe"-Enterprise
ranch. The occasion was to cele
brate tho birthday of Mr. "W. L.
Wright and to bid farewell to Mm.
Dennis Law ton and Miss Bertha
Pitman who leave today for their
ranch at Fort Klamath to spend
tho summer. Tho evening was spent
at cards after which delicious re
freshments were served by tho
hostess. Tho guests wcre:"Mr. and
Mrs. Loo Sutton, Mrs. Dennis Law
ton, the Misses Bertha Ptman and
Madge Dixon and Messrs. H. A. Hall
well and W. L. Wrightl
The Ladles club of tho B. P. O.
B. will meet at tho Elks temple
Tuesday afternoon at t:30 o'clock.
A short business meeting will bo
held after which the afternoon will
bo spent in cards. A full attend-'
ance of members and all ladles who
are eligible for. membership is do-1
sired! Tho hostesses for the after-1
noon will be Mrs. A. Hnydcn and I
Mrs. Byron Handenbrook.
1 Miss Florcnco Porter -will bo hos
tess to tho La Soiree club tonight at
the homo of her sister, Mrs. A. M.
Collier on Pine ifcreet. S00 will bo
the gamo of tho evening.
There will be a meeting of the Lai
dies Auxiliary of tho American Le
' glon on Tuesday night at tho I. O. O
' F. building. All members are urged
1 to attend as special plans have been
' mado for entertainment.
Portland, aro bemg congratulated
upon tho arrival of a baby. rirl.'Mrs.
Miller will bo remembered iiai'Mlss
Lula Hagen, who has visited here
with her slstor. Mm. Jack Slater.
Dr. and Mrs. Clarcnco Miller of'
PORTLAND, April 30. Livestock
and eggs steady; butter five cents
nave You Seen Kclfcy todny?J
There will bo no meeting of tho
Woman's Belief corps Monday after
noon. AHDA QR1MKH,
Modern office ayvtain; Financial
statements audttlng; bookkeeping
classes, W W. Southwell, loomls
Monarch Mnllcablo range, excel'
lent condition. Phono 19011. 30'
WANTKD Woman to keep house
for widower on ranch, (loud wages,
light work. Inquire "Housekeeper."
All .rownbyri aro requested to ut
tond a mealing Sunduy afternoon,
May 1, at 2:00 o'clock, at tho school
hall on High rtrcot, near 8th.
30 BY RON NOUD, Secy.
FOB 8ALB 1 1920 Chovrolnt ono-
ton truck, good as new; 1 1920
Dodge sod an, llko now, Exceptional
prlco and value. Ict ut demonstrate
thorn.. Central Garago. 30-C
FOB RENT Four room furnished
apartment, piano included. No
children. Phono 263M. 30
100 PEIl CENT UNION
Ed. F. Crawford
The Best for the Best
THE WORKINGMAN'S THEATRE
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
WITH THE 16 YEAR OLD STAR
LOYS DEL KAY
u IN (
"SINS OF THE WORLD"
"Sins of tho WcrldA is a picture with a purpose and a punch,
It has a message for every heart. Jesus said: "With what mcas-
i uro ye meto it shall bo measured to you again." It was his way of
, stating tho Law of Compensation. In tno "Sins ot tho World"
, the operation of this law is set forth in pictures that throb and
burn. Captain Illchmond Pearson Hobson unqualifiedly indorses
, "Sins of tho World" and calls upon all people with tho rocon-
. structlon of tho world at heart to see It. Now Now Now. Don't
jnlss it. '
. EPISODE 8 OF "THE PURPLE RIDERS'
This eplsodo will make you hold on to your seats. Full of red
blooded action and daring riding, and '
A MACK SENNETT COMDY
Another Volcano of Laughs
, DON'T MIH8 IT.
CONTINOU8 SHOW SUNDAY HTAIITH A i P. M.
twvjvwy.ffa.'wr g u in tfMTn'Zirwcvsr.rsizrz.'x'sr'r 'jut, zv,
knowing at the
NO VAUDEVILLE TONIGHT
William S. Hart and Tom Santschi
"THE CRADLE OF COURAGE"
Tho stripes on your sleevo are better then tho kind
you get from tho Judge. Belter go straight, Sam. ThatB
what tbo llttlo woman said when Kelly tho crock came
back from Franco. But the gnng had a slick Job
ready and Tho rwt Is u hurricane! Ono of the big-gest-flncst
stories ever filmed.
Rex Beach's story of tho frozen, north, "Tho North
Winds Malice." Ono of the biggest pictures over shown.
g VWMXWMUMMMMW A
' FAMOUS STORY
"THE NORTH WINDS MALICE"
100 Per Cent Thrills
Vora dordoo whom yon nil romombor as "Tbo Mother" In Hn
moresquo, contributes to this production tho greatest acting of her
Tom Snntschl of "Tho Spoilers" faino, will bo soon In, oven a
groatcr rolo In "Tho North Winds Mnllco."
Remember this grout production, but prices not IncrcuHud.
Acreage in the vicinity of the
Wagoner well in Wichita County,
m iMua vuua avitmg uc pnu ana put I
per acre before the well was brought
At I t m ml II '
in. jf few aays arter tnts wen came
in it was SELLING FOR $10,000
Wagoner sold the 60 acre tract
that the well was on for
Two Million Dollars
Remember that we own the
leases on the oil rights on 1800
ACRES in the immediate vicinity of
the well we are going to put down.
Figure for yourself what our stock
will be worth if our well brings in
Last November the Eastland
Oil and Refinery sold a SINGLE
ACRE LEASE in Burkburnett for
ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND
Last January acreage in Eldor
ado, Arkansas could have been
bought at around $100 per acre.
Since the now famous Bussey well
was brought in, single tracts have
SOLD FOR $40,000.
Who makes the biggest profits
from the enormous rise in values of
Oil Stocks and Oil Lands?
Its the men and women who
HAVE .THE 'NERVE TO
BUY STOCKS and BUY LANDS
AND BET THEIR MONEY.
Before Oil Is Struck
Who. are the ones who never
make money in Oil Stock Invest
merits? The pikers and cinch play
ers who wait till after oil is struck
to make their bets.
Mail all checks and direct all inquiries to
Crater Oi! & Gas Co.
Office:-Sri2 Main Street
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