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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 3, 1921)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
i WANTED Bargain for cash Jn Ford
KonitBtor, lato model. Cnll 122 Clh
CLEANING AND MIKHSIMJ
l'lnln skirts 75c; plain dresses,
J 1.25. C. H. Sparks, tailor, 805 Mnln.
Phono B62W. 3-9
IIsto You 8vn Rellcy today?
FOU'HKNT Ono room furnished
Cabin. Call 115 3. 9th 8t. 3-
FOR IlKNT Throo room house. Cnll
833 Wnslngton St. 3-5
FOU KENT Furnished Tour-room
apartment. Telephone 273J. 707
Washington St. 3-5
FOIt 8ALIJ Good touring. 6-c-lln-
dor car for snto or trade. What
luivo you? 8yd. Evans. 3-5
FOIl KENT Mostly furnished apart-
monts; 2 rooms 20; 3 rooms $25.
lnqulro 10 Main, upstairs. 3-5
Hiiro you seen Kellcy today?
SNAP T1U8 SNAP
A lovely four room plastored house
inodorn, completely furnished, close
in on Tenth St. I'rlco 13400. Terms.
THE ItYAN REALTY CO.,
3.4 512 N. 9th Street
TEAM FOIl BAM: lnqulro U. K.
nuland. Lnngoll Valley. 3-v-
ROOMS FOR RENT All room are
light, clean, pleasant outside rooms,
BO cents and up. Home Rooming
Hour, 920 Klamath Avo. 3-3
Klfliiet" W coming boon.
farm It for tho next yoar. Mrs. Deal
spont ttio winter nt'Clold Hill work
pavld Turner haB boon drilling for
n woll, on his plnco tho past week.
Tho first allompt brought only he!
sulphur water, not unllko tho pres
ent Bprlng on tho plac,e, whllo tho
hocond vonluro gavo forth an nbund
nnco of clear, cool wator, much noed
od for hounohold purposes.
Saturday, Cocll Deal and Fred
Hilton scraped tho roadB from tho
top of (tho Allen hill to tho post of
fice. This Is tho first tlmo n scraper
has been ovor tho road slnco August
1920, and with thn exception of two
culvorts being replaced, this Is tho
only work Hint has boon done for
over n year In tho wost sldo of tho
valley. Last year itho road JUHt oast
of tho post offlco was wldonod and
graded, and n grado or two fixed In
bad places, but In tho most parts tho
roads havo been almost Impassable
all winter. The amount of road tax
paid by residents of Langoll valley
would keep tho roads In good shapo
If any Interest was taken In them.
When jtho old tlmo law of working
Honornblo Rendur: '
Tim Amorlcan Federation of La.
hor and tho Industrial Workers
ot tho World nru two labor tiulonn
who don't go tosothor.
Tho American Fodorntlon ot La
bor Is a craft union and was on
tabllshod to cnnblo workmen to
got n llttlo something out ot llfo bo
sides hard work, that makes n bare
living for workors and profit for
We nro threatened with a ro
glmo ot reaction. '
Tho opou shop movomout Is to
crush Inbor, right or wrong.
Tho attempt Is futile, because
they nttompt to stltlo tho equality
dormlnod by this hysteria and
In this tho. work of tho Invlslblo
Seo'y. Hod Carriers' Union.
A classified Ad will sell It.
They call men
thought I. W. W
pago In history.
It Is tho foulest
Tho very prlncl
out road tax was In vogue, better Pies or Americanism navo uoon un-
roads and more Interest was shown . -
KNK1HT8 OF COLUM1IUH
A business mooting ot tho Knights
ot Columbus will bo hold In Bacrod
Heart hall, High stroot, Wednes
day ovenlng, May 4, at 7:30
o'clock. Every mombor Is request
ed to bo prooont, as Important busi
ness will bo up for consideration.
IIYnON P. NOUD,
CAHD OF TIIAXKH
Wo desire to oxprcss, our sincere
appreciation of itho many kindly nets,
and tho sympathy that was extouded
to us by friends and neighbors dur
ing our recent bereavement. Wo aro
MRS. MARY A. W1LKINB,
MR. AND MRS. EARL WIItTLOCIC
FOR SALE Ono chiffonier and
dresser. 1 large dining room tablo, 2
rockers, Toledo steam cooker, two
hoatlnc atovos. Whlto rotary sowing
raachrho, ono cot, .pillows, small rugs,
Mason Jars, etc, very reasonable
1413 Oregon. Phone S04M. '3-5
Regular Convocation Klamath
Charter No. 35, It. A. M. tonight,
Msy 3, 19.21, at-7:30 P. M. Confcrr.
ln( Royal Arch degreo. Visiting com
By order E. H. P.
3 J. n. DUATTON. Secy.
FOR QUICK SALE 1 Ford ono-ton
truck, 1 Ford delivery, 2 Ford
touring cars, 1 oak roll top desk and
chair, 1 large Burroughs adding ma
chlno and stand, 1 Underwood typo
writer and l.F. & E. check-writer.
FOR RENT Two housekeeping
rooms unfurnlshod. Inquire at
Mills AddlUon Hall. 3M
Strayed from my place, one black
borso. weight about 1400 lbs. Illg
whlto star on faco and white spot on
nose. Harvey I'utman, Sblpplngton.
Phono 82M. 3-6
Have Yon Seen Keller today?
LANGELL VALLEY NKW8
Will Duncan paid the valley a visit
last week and says it looks tine for
this tlmo of year. Mr. Duncan romov
ed to Roguo Itlvcr several years ago
whoro ho )s engaged In the farming
business. Ho had tho misfortune to
break a spring in bis car, and this
delayed blm a day.
Cocll Deal and family have return
ed (o tho homo ranch and expect to
Mrs. Allda Duncan linn been haul
ing grain from W. W. Warren's
place to keep Mr. Duncan supplied
with seed grain.
John Noblo mado a trip up o his
homestead last week and brought
his stock down to his valley place.
Sol. Dewey, Jr., was recently an
notated notary nubile. This has boon
a much neoded offlco for somo time,
thcro being only one othor In tho
valloy at present, Chris Cowley.
John and David Turner have been
hauling posts for tho highway tho
past two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Corkory moved
to tholr now homo last wook.
George Noblo visited at tho Dun
cans' Saturday, and brought homo
his ran go horses in tbo evening.
Will Campbell has been plowing on
bis ranch and putting In his grain.
Billy Deal hauled a load ot hogs
to Groh's ranch Tuesday of last
Ivau Kllgore moved to Antelope
Saturday, to do bis farming.
J. B. Casey and fnmlly took In the
Janco nt Lorella Friday night, ns did
Mr. and Mrs. Fred. Hilton, Miss Deal,
Mr. Deal and Everett Malone.
"Bhorty" Ruland and wlfo wore
aorenaded Saturday night by tho
neighbors, ns a sort ot wclcomo hack.
Mro. Ruland was formorly Miss Ag
nes Jardlne. They spont tho winter
In Idaho, but spring fever causod
thorn to wander back.
Mrs." Nel. Smith ewtortalnod nt a
one o'clock Sunday dinner. Mr. and
Mrs. Warren Kllgore, Mr. and Mrs.
Alt Duncan and Mr. and Mrs. Merle
Kllgore wore guests.
Miss Bobletto Tuttlo spent Tues
day with Mrs. Alt Duncan.
News reached tho valloy last ovon
Ing of the marrlago ot Lester Wish
nrd and Mlas Ruth Tompkins in
Klamath Falls, Ore.
Sovoral womon havo beon purchas
ing Whlto Leghorn day-old chicks,
among' them Mrs. Ous Keller, Mrs.
Alfred Koller, Mrs. Merle Kllgore
and Mrs. Fred Hilton. Tho turkoy
business soems to havo gained quite a
bold In Langwcll valloy. Thoso rais
ing them for profit are Mrs. Dalsoy
Huntloy, Mrs. Etta Mhlono and Sirs.
Allda Duncan and John Noblo.
Mr. It. E. Wlnard branded calves
Saturday. Ho was assisted by John
Reservation inhabitants aro seen
going to Clear Lake after tho annual
roots, which they gather each year.
Archie Pankey has beon hunting
his horses a couplo of days, thoy
having strayed from his pasture,
. At The Liberty
The House of Personal Service
H. B. Warner
t ' IN
If you road "Tho House of A Thousand Candles" you must
see this picture. A story of a houso ot mystery a hidden trcas
urc a gang ot crooks a girl and a man who Ik unafraid. '
r "SOMEONE IN THE HOUSE"
1 W And Buster Keaton
On Sunday We Will Get the Devil
flowing at tJfie
DOROTHY DALTON .
"A ROMANTIC ADVENTURESS"
SEE THE Masquarado revel nt tho Now Orloan's
Behind tho scenes on tho big Now York revuo.
The big Yalo-llarvard football gamo.
Big scenes at Monte Carlo. '
The Jolly Dick Lonsdale Company
a new axd pleasing faiu'k comedy
Tom Moore in "Hold Your Horses'
1(H) 1KII CK$X(UMO..,t.
Ed. F. Crawford
The Best for the Best
THE WORKINGMAN'S THEATRE
The only thing small about
this show is the price
LOOK AT THIS SHOW FOR 44c
TONIGHT AND TOMORROW NIGHT
TWO BIG ACTS OF VAUDEVILLE
MICHELSON AND LEE
In a comedy novolty a llttl dlfferont. Introducing comedy
talking, music and Juggling. A real troat.
MISS BILLIE EARL
In songs and quick changes. A wonderful songstress and won-
dorful wardrobo that will surprise you.-
A HEAL IIUHIIMAN AND A HEAL HUSH PlOTUHi:
A picture with a punch and an Irishman always carries a good
punch so don't miss the punch In this picture m
A MACK SENNETT COMEDY
A Bennett comedy a day drives the blues away.
This is a guaranteed show so don't miss it.
TWO SHOWS 8:i'S SMS.
AMISSION ADULTS 44c
- - CHILDREN 20c
A. B. C.
SS The man who thinks he can
" make profits in oil without buy
ing oil stock.
TlOOSTER The citizen who talks
D oil to everybody.
COWARD The man who believes
in oil but is'afraid to make a bet
COLLARS What we will all have
if we strike oil.
pASyThe kind of money you'll
" make if oil is struck.
VABULOUS The kind of profits
that arc made in oil fields.
CAME SPORT The man who
don't believe in oil, but buys the
stock just the same.
UEIIWhat it will be if we don't
INVESTORS The people who
" make oil development possible.
VUNE The month we expect to see
Siemens' gusher come in.
KNOCKER The man who says
there is no oil in Klamath.
I UCK Wouldn't do you any good
if you don't make a bet.
MOAy What it takes a lot of to
111 drill and oil well.
ilOTHING What your stock will
be worth if we don't strike oil.
QL 5 TOCK What you have got to
" buy if you wtJnt to make money
BIKER A man who bc!:cvc in oil,
but lets his neighbors put up all the
money for development.
QUESTION ''Have you seenKcl
DISK What you've got to take if
you ever make more than wages.
VEMJZNS The pioneer who set
the pace and started oil develop
ment with his own money.
THIRTY CENTS What you will
feel like after oil is struck if you
have no stock.
TIP Where stocks will go when oil
VERY SOON The time when our
' drill will start.
WHISKEY How easy it would be
to sell stock if that was what we
were going to drill for.
VCUSE There is no excuse for
not putting at least a few dollars
in oil development.
VELLOW The color of the streak
up your back if you are afraid
to bet that there is oil in Klamath.
7 IP-BANG The noise a gusher
Mail all checks and direct all inquiries to
Crater Oil & Gas Co.
Of f ice:-622 Main Street