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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 28, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
BATURDAV, MAY SS, 1021
'(Continued from papo five)
tulo. Tho nftornoon was pleasantly
opont ontertalnlng tho smnll tots.
Vorr dainty refreshments woro serv
ed by Mrs. Rogers, assisted by Miss
Metsker. Thoso Invited for tho nttor
aoon were: Mrs. Brldgoford nnd
daughter, Waynelto, Mrs. Chns. L.
Mooro nnd daughter. Mnry Jnno;
Mrs. Will Baldwin nnd son, Georfio;
Mrs. L. O. Van Dollcn and son Roper
Louis; Mrs. C. II. Underwood, Mrs.
II. 0. Cliambcrland nnd Miss Cecllo
Chamberland, Zcpba and Jean Hob
era, James and Donald Hosers.
On Inst Saturday Mrs. K. M. Dubb
entertained at dinner In honor of
Miss Isabello Baron, of Medford, who
was vlsltlnB hero. Tho BUests were
Miss Baron, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Moore, Mrs. Kred. Noel' nnd Dr. Paul
Noel. Apnln on Wednesday of this
wvok, Mrs. Hubb entertained tho flvo
hundred club. A very cnjoyablo af
ternoon was spent by tho ladles pres
ent who were Mcsdames TerwIlllBcr,
Coster, Stewart, Byron Hnrdenbrook'.
Lincoln, Chas. Moore, Fred. Dunbar,
Walters and Doweeso. At tho close of
tho garao tho hostess served dainty
A Mandolin club has been formed,
with tho following members: II. B.
Wood. Allco McCourt, W. V. Mar
shall, Clara Calkins and E. S. Vcatch.
KLAMATH OIL. CO'S. STOCK WAN
ted Will pay spot cniih for ono or
more shares, Stato number of shares
offered nnd lowest prlco In first let
ter. Address Investor, Box 1, enro
POUND A book of travelers checks
In ono of tho roaches yesterday.
Call at freight depot nnd Identify. 18
Will tho parties who nro robblnR
tho tulip beds of their blooms nt 735
HlRh, plcaso discontinue It. 28
FOK HKNT Furnished house keep-
InB rooms nt 200 Vino St. I'hono
' FOK TRADE A Reed coins hard
i ware business on Mnln street, for
, Income property. MlnlnR Interests
I reasons for tradlns. Inquire W. II.
I K., Herald office. 38-31
' WANTED Man to work on ranch
who understands Irrigation. I'hono
MASCOT WINS HOUT
PORTLAND, May 28. Hilly
Mascot, tho Portland bnntnmwolght,
won n ten round decision over Pnl-
inoro of Momphls, last night. Hob
by Parker ,of Seattle, won from
Eddlo Mnhonoy of Chicago.
I.K11IT HNOWH IN MONTANA
HELENA, May 38. Light snows
havo fnllen nt widely separated
places In Montana, tho fall being
heaviest In tho mountain suctions.
FOK SALE Plnstored 5-room now
houso. ono block from pavement.
t less for cash. Phono 370 or 54 BM.
You can havo lots of fun at the
now Hot Springs Hath House. 28
TOR RENT Furnrahed 3-room
apartment, 35. Mrs. Anderson,
apartment 6. at 628 Oak st. 28
FOR SALE 4-room house', furnished
or unfurnished, also cabin; 1505
Ore. Avo. 28-4
FOR SALE Six J6rscy cows, all giv
ing milk., wo separators, one
second hand Bluebell and ono nearly
new Sharpless. Ray Hicks, Grlpsby
ranch Olene. 28-
Wittier' s Skill
That tells tho story, not
only In scientific eyo ex
amination nnd lenses far
nlshed, but also In the
"know how" of adjusting
glasses to such a nicety,
that the greatest- result Is
given to the wearer.
Consult us about your eyes.
H. J. WINTERS
700 5IAIN STREET
If you want to make ll
the i whole day happy, f 4"?- J
Always th some .hvlM
th world over 1 W B
I PHONE 202 I
Serves you right
THE CLUB CAFE
The Rex Cafe
SUNDAY SPECIAL DINNER
Citrus Fruit Cocktail
Asparagus Tips Mayonnaise
1 Chicken u la Reine
Choice of '
One-half fried spring chicken with ' corn
fritters Maryland ' '
Chirkcn Frlcasseo with Dumplings
Chicken In cream a la King
Mashed Potatoes ' Steamed Rlcs
Rex Special Punch
Vanilla Ico Cronm, Maplo Nut. Chop Suey, Butter
Scott Ii, or Marshmollow Sundae, Assorted Pies
For courteous service and good
things to eat.
Try that popular place the
Our Prices are Right
125 So. 6th St.
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
427 MAIN ST.
SUNDAY DINNER 75c
Mock Turtlo '
Crab Salad 'PO 0IlvcJI
Sardines on Lettuce. '
Chicken Fricassoo, Parsley Dumplings.
Small Tonderloln of Beef, Mushroom 8auco.
Young Chicken, Cranberry Sauco.
Roast Loin of Pork, Applo Sauco.
Creamed Potatoos Sugar Corn
' DESSERT '
. t Cot ago PnddlDR with Wlntcrgroon Sauco
W. P. Fuller's pure prepared
Master Painters White Paint. Ready
for use. Any quantity you want,
$3.60 PER, GALLON.
A new assortment of Wall Paper.
Prices from 20c per D. R. up.
Browne's Paint Store
1029 Main St.
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Dogs In the
There are farmers and business '
men in Klamdth who arc veritable
"Dogs in the Manger."
They sit back with a satisfied
smirk with their own ground or
lease, and brag how rich they will
be when the "Siemens" Well, or the
"Crater" Well or the "Northern
Cat." Well brings in a gusher. They
have persistently refused to lease
their ground to any of these active
companies. They have with equal
persistence and selfishness refused
to put one dollar into the treasury of
THEY SIT BACK, LIKE
DOGS ON THEIR HAUNCHES
AND LET THEIR NEIGHBORS,
AND THE WORKING MEN AND
WOMEN OF KLAMATH FALLS
PUT UP ALL THE MONEY FOR
Many people in Klamath are
making real sacrifices of their time
and money to make possible and
certain the drilling and completion
of Three Oil Wells this summer.
They are doing this without any
possibility of profit or reward un
less Oil is struck in paying quanti
ties. ALL HONOR AND CREDIT
TO THE MEN AND WOMEN
WHO ARE GIVING OF THEIR
MONEY AND LABOR TOWARD
ACTUAL DRILLING AND DE
VELOPMENT. SHAME ON THE MEN WHO
DO NOTHING FOR DEVELOP-
MENT, AND SELFISHLY HOPE
Tp WAKE PROFITS ON THEIR
LANDS AND THEIR LEASES.
ARE YOU A DOG IN THE
MANGER? OR ARE YOU GO
Mail all checks and'direct all inquiries to
Crater Oil & Gas Co.
Office:-G22 Main Street