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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 24, 1921)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
I am offering for sale at public auction my
entire stock of
HIGH GRADE JEWELRY, ATCHES DIA"
MONDS, CUT GLASS AND SILVERWARE,
PHONOGRAPHS AND RECORDS
May 25th at 2 P. ffl.
and will continue daily at 2 P. M. and 7 P. M.
I will remain in business and will open witb a new
stock after the auction
(Continued rrom pnen 1)
total roml inlloiiK" f tlio country, or
npproxlmnloly 2M100 iiiIIoh. Tlio i'H-
tlmntod rust ot coimtrnctlon of tho
Interxtntn hlghwnyH Is approximately
$1,000,000,000 to $1,250,000,000,
or which nmoiint llu 8tute nro ex
pected to furnish liulf. If thlti pro
gram Ih carried nut In tho Intnratiito
roailn will bo constructed In nix
It lit nlpo il (Ml roil ami oxpectml
thnt tlio Rtnti mid countlen wilt
carry on tholr roml construction
with iiiinl Hpcvd, mid nt tho end
of six yours tho system ot Intor
Btnto, stiito nml county roads will be
fairly completed, an now outlined.
I'iiIohh umplu provision lit made
for tho construction nt Htnto and
county road through tho forest re
serves nnd this should ho donn
wholly nt the exponso ot tho tod
oral government (tho owner of
those lands) wo -will find tho
system (Unconnected by broken links
within tho federul reserve unless
the owners of property (the tux-pay-
ers) outside tho reserves, In nddl-
tlou to paying tho cost ot tho
roads alone and throiiRh tholr pro
perty nlso bear tho burden In
wholo or In part of building tho
ronds through tho property ot tho
government, which t submit Is nn
unjust nnd unfair thing to nnk.
i 150 bucks to pasture Inniilro.
phono 356 or nddrom J I), .Swift,
caro Mrs. M. M. Cuntnill. 21
I FOl'Nl) Ford rear light nnd llcenso
plate Owner mny bnvo samu by eall-
ilng at Herald offlco nnd paying for
I this ad. 2 ion
Handsome Presents Free !
A. F. GLOVER
I I.O.ST Small tool bug with tools nnd
snmo typewriter parts: misplaced
' somnwhern In Ktnnmth k'tttilni-
Ilpleaso return to K. W. llnrmor. Whlto
I'ellcan hotel. Howard. 24
, Tho mineral water rures all canon
of pczomn. nt tlio Now Hot Sprluxs
I Hath House. 24
unit iii-mt wilt ,..... ,..,.. i...
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rot'iiiH tomorrow. Hoe Mrs .tones, cor
I 4 tn and Oak. 24
FOR SAM: Olt TRADE HayneH
, "Six" .l-passeiiger, good shnpo,
now rubber. Wo wnnt n smaller car.
Cull 466W litter 5 P. M. 24-26
511 MAIN ST.
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
FOR KENT IVroom
house Tel. 263J.
FOR RENT Furnished 3-room ap
artment, C24 High street, near 6th.
I . .24
FORGE HEIR BORN
Mr. and Mrs. George Forge aro
the parents of a baby boy, William
George, born to them Friday, May
Auditing, systematizing, saw mill I
accounting and general practice, j
Ivan Livingston, Incorporated Ac-1
countant, 115 A. St., Grants Pass,
100 PER CENT UNION
TONIGHT AND WEDNESDAY
TIIOS. H. INCH production
William S. Hart with Wm. Desmond
And all star cast In tho big sensational Alaska picture
"THE DAWN MAKER"
The action in this ploturo will make you hold onto your scats.
Hart's best and .latest picture, also
TWO BIG COMEDYS
REAIj GLOOM CHAAERS
TWO jSHOWS 6M& 8MB
COSIIXG FRIDAY 1). W. GRIFFITH'S SENSATIONAL PICTURE
"THE TIGER GIRL," FEATURING LILLIAN GISII AND ALL
flowing at the
At The Liberty
The House of Personal Service
CHARMINO ALICE LAKE IN
"BODY AND SOUL"
The screen version of Willlum Hurlbut's play. A drama of the
Latin Quarter ot Paris, whero anything may hnppon and every
RETURN ENGAGEMENT OF WILLIAM FARNUM IN
"THE RAINBOW TRAIL"
Tho Dramatic masterplcco by" Zano Groy. A stirring sequel to
tho great screen success, "Tho RiderH ot tho Purplo Sago."
"WHY TRUST YOURS HUSBAND?"
3 Acts Big Time Vaudevflle fl
The Act Beautiful
OLDFIELD AND DREW .
THE Ilia HASSO AND THE BASE DALL GIRL COM
EDY, SINOINa, TALKINO NOVELTY.
CLARK AND BENNETT
A photoplay of nbsorblng Interest und rupld action
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STARRING EILEEN PERCY
Offor for public subscription a llmltod amount of
at Par Value, 1.00 por sbaro.
This may bo procured from
(Ono of the directors of tho company) at
FIRST STATE AND HAVINGS BANK
Klamath Falls, Oro.
Last Saturday night Miss Ber
nardine Hannon, a well-known em
ployee of The Standard Oil Co.
came breathlessly into our office in
quiring for "Kelly" and hurriedly
expressed a desire to buy some Cra
ter Oil and Gas Stock.
Miss Hannon is not naturally of
an excitable nature and has hereto
fore been rather pessimistic about
Klamath Oil Stock Investments. She
has for many months been investing
her salary savings in Standard Oil
Stock, and we were prompted to in
quire the cause of this impulsive
switch from "STANDARD OIL" to
"CRATER OIL." The story she told
us in reply was so interesting and so
unusual, and coming from so cred
itable a young lady we thought it
worth repeating that others might
take advantage of her hunch.
Saturday night as Miss Hannon
was driving into Klamath Falls
from her home in the valley, she
happened to glance in the direction
of the Crater Oil Derrick; And
there, extending heavenward from
the foot of Derrick was the MOST
BEAUTIFUL RAINBOW she had
There was not a cloud in sight
and no natural explanation of the
There it was, like the hand of
fortune pointing to the opportunity
which is knocking at your door.
Jnmcs Driscoll, Secy. Wlllltts Illdg. Klamath Falli.
Encloiiod chock for $ for which dIobbo resarvn
ior me snarea uraiar un ana una mock at 11.00
por Hhara, for which I agreo to subscrlbo unon rocalnt
rt mmfrlnlrt ttlnnls '
II KHALI) Dato
Mail all checks and direct all inquiries to
Crater Oil & Gas Co.
Office:-622 Main Street
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