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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 2, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
MONOA1, MAY 2, IWI
Galling Your Attention to Men's Straw Hats
Just to say ordinary things about
these new straw hats would be do
ing these stylish straws an injustice.
Nevertheless they are the nobbiest
collection of hats we have shown in
many a season.
You cannot fail to admire the new
style features in Sennets, Leghorns,
Panamas etc. Styles do not run to
extreme yet there is just enough
change in braids and blocks, to give
each style individuality.
The foremost makers of straw hats are represented in
this display, and if is safe to say that you will not find
a more striking or up-to-date stock of straw hats in
shops in many of the large cities.
Now is the time to discard that winter hat. Glance in
our window and pick out the style you like, step in and
we will do the rest.
Nothing equals a nice straw hat for comfort and
KNOXDE LUXE AND OTHER MAKES NOW READY.
-O past two months left this morning
I for Portland. i
II r. and Mrs. C. M. Ramsby, Miss
Word has been received hero of Elizabeth Ramsby and J. J. Mill'l
tho death of ' Dale Drown of Ash- er motored up to the Ramsby's
land who formerly lived here. Mr. (summer camp at Rocky P.olnt ovor
Brown was hurt in an automobile the week end. ' j
accident last' Tuesday vrbon he was "'Among thoso In from Chlloqulni
thrown out of tho car. He has 'today are Wm, Skeen and family)
many friends hero and was em- and W. J. Huir.
ployed by tho Southern Pacific i Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dentley mo
company, 'tored up from Sacramento yestor
A suit has been filed In which. day. Mr Don t ley fs tbp representa
Lois Irene Dradshaw Is suing Wm. tlve for the Shaw-Batcher corn-
Baxter Dradshaw for a divorce.
Mrs. Dradshaw charges cruel and
Inhuman treatment and personal In
dignities. W. L. Wright of tbe Standard Oil
company was a passenger for San
Francisco Sunday mornlng;r Mr.
Wright will drive II. A. Hallwoll'al
new Dulck roadster back.
Miss Claudia Langell spent the
week end with Miss Marjorlo Ed
sel at Fort Klamath.
Among tbe out of town visitors .
who urn hern for the circus are It.'
C. Sherer, Lyle, Sherer and Prlcoj UTIJi ft).VH)KU ACTf ,.AMI.
Craig all from Alturas . f AT tomorrows mki-tivr
J. S. Dall Is down from Modoc)
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ca i-riaay-nigm irom Aiamoua, ac
companied by Mr."1 Dee's sister, Mrs.
Cashman, who will visit hero for
Eoveral weeks. Tho trjp, was. made
V. Zumpfo and family and Frank
Paygr und family of Malta .were
In town today to attend the cir
cus and attend, to .business matters.
Among thoso who are down from
Fort Klamath to tho circus today
aro Jack Aullffe, Frank Durns, R.
E. Gordon, Mrs. L. C. Slsemoro,
Orth Slsemoro, Mr. and Mrs. Jas.
Polton, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hick
man and daughter, J. H. Hesslg and
family, Airs. Richard Molhase,
Frank Brady, Mrs. Walter Dixon
and daughter, J. T. Dixon, and E.
M. Leever and family.
Eldon Dennis, Tom O'Connor,
Mrs. J. S. Watts, Frank Obenchaln
and 'family, Jas Dell and family and
Mr. and Mrs. E.-T. Olvan of Dly
aro In town for tho day to tako In
tho circus and attend to business got It Too- Let's gat together
matters. PERKINS FURNITURE HOUSE
A. II. Hodson who has been visit
ing at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. R,
II. It cod of this city left this morn-
Weather Probabilities Cleanup Should Take
a. mrrr..t in thn iini,i n Cemeteries, Also.
last Saturday, the continued Is Good Suggestion
"low," registered by the uyr
clo-Stormagraph at Undor- . Wlthl nthe noxt couplo of Week
wood a Pharmacy, Indlcatod tho j Klamath Falls Is to have u clean-up
tbe storm which descended tof atrwr.B, alloys and back yards, a
upon us Saturday night and JRonoral rlddanccf of tho winter's col
raged during Sunday morning, i Imlon of rubbish. Plans aro now bo-
Tbe birpmctcr fell steadily Ing considered that will make tho
i clean-up actually amount to nomo
i thing. Similar occasions In tho past
i have often boon Ignored, oxcopt by
tbo minority of householders.
It has been suggested th.v. whllo
all 'take part In the crusudo against
filth and flleu In order to mako tho
town moro sanitary and attraotlvo,
(safeguarding the health and wolfaro
of tho thing, that Klamath Falls peo
ple should also givo somo attention to
tho raiting places of tho doad In lo
cal cometorlcs, cleaning tho plots of
from Friday noon until noon
yesterday, slnco.Vhon there has
been a rapid rise and indica
tions favor a continuation of
presont weather conditions.
Forecast for next 24 hours.
Cloudy unsettled weather, con
Ing for his homo at Stockton.
Mr. and Mrs. 0.- A. Skllllngton
who have been visiting at tho home
of Mr. Skllllngton's brother re
turned to 'their homo at Portland
Mrs. 0. W. Maxwell left for
Los Angeles this morning to visit
fiomotimo with her daugbtor of ithnt
Mrs. W. C. Dalton and Mrs. P
L. Dalton woro passengors for Mer
ced, California this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Hcndrlckson left
this morning for Portland whoro
thoy intend to mako their homo.
Mr. Hendrlckson has been rnnnlng
tbo store at Algoma.
Spring Is coming, on and you havo
tbe hoijM clearing bug. Well, I have
lnt It TTwi. I nl'o it at InifaMiaii
Mr and Mrs. Merle Kllgoro aro
in from Langell valloy for the day.
C." V. Loosley arrived hero from
Ashland yesterday from which, city
ho mado tho trip by automobile.
Mr. Loosley will leavo today for
his home at Fort Klamath.
Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Wilson aro
down from the -Agency.
Arlono Coats of Merrill was a
passenger for Grants Pass this
morning where sho was called by
the Illness of her father.
Miss Ina Hughea was a passen
ger for Worden this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed, Cardwell woro
down from Fort Klamath Saturday.
' Mrs. rCardwoll left by automobile
atngo Sunday morning for a visit
'Xo Rpgue Rlvor (.valley.
Tho Misses M. Rutlor and M.
Illghtower who' havo been nursing
at tho Dlackburn hospital for tbo
"Tho FurnMier of Happy Homes"
THE niQ SENSATIONAL
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o'clock at tbo city hall It Is planned! woods and rubbish and orootlng suit-
to navo a qonrorenca v.-lth commit-1 nblo markers and monument,
toes from tho automobile association I Not a bail Idoa, olthor.
and chamber of commerce relative to
thn HtllLflhllltv nf th nmr nnrtf at!,,,
.iitiunr.1 iir.i win
of the west side of the river for an
automobile camp ground J. C.
Thompson, division munuger of tho
California Oregon I'owor company
has been askod to furnish data on tbo
cost of Installing lights und electrical
Havo youSrcn Kcltey todu)?
PORTLAND, Oro.. May 2 Cattlo
25 cents higher, cholco steors $8.00
(and $8.25; hogs 25 cents lower..
prime light 19.00 and $9.7fi; shcop
strong, spring lambs $7 00 to $9.00;
oggs steady, buying price eighteen to
twonty; butter 4 cents lower, prints
showing at the
"THE NORTH WINDS MALICE"
A drama of tbo Frozen North where men and
women aro driven ulmost to madness by tbe monotony
of solltudo. . '
Ono of tho greatost pictures over screened, vera
Gordon "The Mother" In Humoresquo appears In Just
tuch u part In this picture.
1 We guarantcp it to please
VAUDEVILLE TONIGHT in connection
The Jolly Dick Lonsdale Company
AN ENTIRE NEW III Mi ,
ENTIRE CHANGE TOMORROW
Dorothy ' Diilton in "Tlio Romantic Adentnresf."
See the Circus
You Should Also
The CIRCUS AND KELLEY
are both good advertisers. They are
both after the same thing; your
There Is This Difference
THE CIRCUS will take your
money and give you a little cheap
entertainment. Your pioney will
then go out of Klamath Falls, for
ever. Kelley will give you Oil Stock
for your money, on which you have
a chance to make good profits if
oil is struck in paying quantities,
your money will be used in Develop
ment of what we hope and believe
will soon be one of Klamath's most
important industries and resources.
MORE TO YOU AND MORE TO
KLAMATH THAN THE CIRCUS.
Many people have been made
rich through the purchase of a few
shares of Oil Stock.
Hadn't you rather help Oil De
velopment than help the circus?
Isn't OIL STOCK a
better and more sensi
ble investment than cir
Mail all checks and direct all inquiries to
Crater Oil & Gas Co.
Office:-622 Main Street f
Open Evenings. '