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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 31, 1921)
TUlfeOAY, MAY Jit, 1IW1
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON "
When you think of
Screen Doors and Window Screens
Made in Klamath Falls Products
When you think of
"Made in Klamath Falls Products' think ot
Lakeside Lumber Co.
"Black Beauty" la coming.
FOR IlENT Sleoplng room, with
bath, $1S per month. Call after 6
V. M. 522 KJamath Ave. 31-6
LOST Eye glasses In case, on Sixth
street. Phono 20GW. 31-1
FOR SALE Piano and phonograph.
Inquire 410 Pine. 2S-1
FOR BENT 2-roora apartment and
some sleeping rooms, both furn
ished. 527 Klamath Ave. Phono 461.
A good bed and a good bath at Co
lonlal Rooms, 11th, near Main St.
FOR RENT Two-room houso fur
nished for housekeeping. 2115 Sixth
"IJlack Beauty" Is coming.
FOR SALE Netted Oem seed potn
toes. J. E. Newnham. one mile
south Pine Grove school. 31-3
FOR RENT Ono furnished house
kceplng room. 741 Walnut. 30
ROOMS 50chd 75c per night. All
are outside rooms, clean and light.
920 Klamath Ave. Home Rooming
LOST A gold mounted Elks tooth
watch charm; keepsake. Finder
please return to Herald office and re
ceive reward. 31
LOST Saturday night, between
Chautauqua grounds and Main St..
old fashioned gold brooch with soli
tary pearl ornament. Reward. F. U.
Smith. 406 Pine. 31-1
Llccnso No. S75S1 Is at the Herald
"Black Beauty" Is coming.
FOR RENT Modern 3-room house
2 blocks from Mills addition school
Phono 260 J. 31-2
FOR SALE Win. Allen storo at
Shlpplngton. Will give teems to
JUST AIUUV.ED A big shipment of
stono crocks, sites from 2 to 0 gal
lons; also flower pots In nil sizes and
ono-hulf gallon crock milk pans.
Johnstouo Furniture Co., 719 Mnlji
FOR SALE 5-room modern houxp.
on pavement, closo In. Herald, box
Girl wants work for 4 hours n day.
Call 45G.M. 31-0
FOR SALE 2 lots, Falrvlow uddl-
tlon. Facing town. Good view. Ono
block from pavement. Corner lot and
adjacent. Call 21GJ. 31
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FOR RENT Furnished apartments
at St. Frances' 628 Oak St. Mrs.
Andorson, apt. 6. 31-4
FOR SALE Now Edison phond-
graph, perfect condition, 7 records.
Phono 444, or call at Deer Head
SPECIAL AT THE
WANTED Experienced gentleman
bookkeeper, Acme Motor Co., 400
S. Cth St. 31-1
WANTED Agy kind of work by
competent young lady. Box L. B.,
Arrange your awn crowd and corao
to tho new Hot Springs Bath House.
. v . 31
FOR RENT 3-room furnished apt.
524 -High, near Cth St. 31-1
FOR RENT Unfurnished house 933
Washington St. 31-2
FOR RENT Furnished housekeep
ing room. 1143 Pine. 31-2
FOR RENT Ono cabin. See Pickle.
cor.Mth and Oak. .. 31 I
WANTED Woman to cook ono meal
each 'evening for two gentlemen,
Inqulro Army Goods Store, 7th anil
Export- stenographer desires em
ployment or part tlmo work. Box A,
II. C, Herald office. 31-2
FOR RENT 2-room furnished apart
ment C34 N. 8th St. Phono 413J.
My greatest desire today Is to
linvn ivery man. woman nnd child
In Klumath Fulls seo tint wonder-
fill lilrfllrn nt "lltncb Itnmitv ' 1
am bringing thin plcturo hero nt
tr.mia.ntl, it, nflunii. nn.l .. ...t..
. .....Mo va,'i..oi' , UIUII rIUtlU
in) iiricun uccuruingiy. uul I om
going to run spoclul shows at oven
less than regular prices so that
everyono may boo this grent pro
duction. Tha following nrln. will
Itegtllnr Driers Children in r.int
Adults 2,1 cents.
Adults no cents,
To enablo nvory child
"Black Beauty" a special
LOST OR STOLEN White Rat Ter
rlor puppy, balck patch over left cyo.
Phono 342W. 31
Will oon begin active drilling operations. These
operations will be under the direct charge of W. C.
Lehman, who has had many years of practical and
successful experience in the selection, development
and operation of oil properties.
The "entire management of the company will be in
the hands of the following Board of Directers:
CAPTAIN J. W. SIEMENS,
OfThe First State & Savings Bank.
O. D. BURKE,
Of The First National Bank.
J. C. THOMPSON, .s
Mgr. of The California Oregon Power Co.
DR. ED. JOHNSON,
Well-known Physician and Capitalist.
R. H. DUNBAR,
Former City School Superintendent.
W. C. LEHMAN,
Noted Geologist and Successful Oil Operator.
Subscriptions for a Limited Amount of
Will Be Received by
THE FIRST STATE AND SAVINGS BANK
......... ..vhm. m a'u.,ui IJIUIIIIUII '
on Wednesday will bo run at four1
o'clock 'and every child under slx-l
teen years of ago wltl bo admitted
for flvo cents. H. W. POOLE
SPECIAL AT THE
Tho low baromotrlc pressure reg
Istercd the last several Uays by tho
Cyclo-Stormagraph at Underwood's
Pharmacy seems to bo nt an ond
for a steady rlso has been recorded
slnco two o'clock yestordny. Whllo
still too low to bo definitely In tho
clear weather zone, tho prospects
aro favorablo for bottor weather,
and lesH 'wind tomorrow.
Forecast for next 24 heurs:
Generally fair; warmer.
"Black Beauty" Is coming.
STAGE W IIURNED
The Union Stago company Satur
day afternoon lost ono of the stag
es operating on tho Alturaa lino
driven by Al Smith. A short cir
cuit caused tho gas lino to catch
afire, resulting In the total loss of
the stago. Smith was returning
alone from Alturas. Tho car was
covered with Insuranco.
Northern California Oil Co,
Much Pomp When
Interest Rate Changes
LONDON, May 28. Announce
ment of a changa In tho rato of dis
count of tbo Bank of England, such
as tbo recent reduction from soven
to six and one-halt per cent, Is an
Not ono of tho many hundreds of
tho staff of the Bank of England
Itself knows of tbo chango until tho
actuul announcement Is posted, ex
cept thoso with Iho governor Insldo
"tho parlor," whore tho directors of
tho bank and leading men of othor
banks and Institutions aro gathorod
to dollborato on tho raomontous do
clslon which affects all parts of tho
When theso deliberations aro con
cluded a gorgeously attired messon
gor commonly known In tho city as
tho "Bank canary," bocauso of his
scarlet coat and follow waistcoat,
stalks out of tho parlor with dollb
orato slowness In accoanco with
ancient custom, cnrryfnK hlg shoot
of papor In a glass framo on which
aro the maglowords, "C per cont."
Hundfods'bf banker's dorks, mes
sengers and newspapor men who bavo
been tJifonglng tbo passages push
forward to road tho notlco, which tho
mbssengor deliberately k'eops face
away from tho crowd until ho has af
fixed It to tho wall.
The first mention of fountain pons
Is to bo found In a book published in
The Selfish Greed
of Some Klamath
ers and Business
Men Is Shameful!
Everybody expects and hopes to
sec oil struck this summer. Every
body is depending on making pro
fits and seeing prosperity from eith
er the Siemens Well, The Crater
Well or the Northern California
Well. AND YET THERE ARE
HUNDREDS WHO HAVE NOT
SPENT A DIME OR TURNED A
HAND OVER TO HELP PUT
THESE WELLS DOWN.
And lhat is not all. Some of
these selfish, greedy ones who hope
to make profits out of the labor and
risk of their neighbors are even
mean enough to knock the ones who
are putting up the money and doing
the work necessary to" make these
three wells a success.
To these we say:
If you ere too stingy and "too
yellow to risk any of your own
money in Oil Development, the least
you can do is keep your mouth shut
and hot knock the ones who are
game enough to put their money in.
Are you going to proudly say:
"SOME OF MY MONEY HELPED
DRILL THAT WELL."
Or are you going to sneak,
around and try to make profits on
your own ground and your own leas
es and ou)t of ihe general prosper
ity? Prof As that were made possible
by the hard money your neighbors
spent to drill a well.
DON'T BE SELFISH!
DON'T BE GREEDY!
DON'T BE A KNOCKER!
BE A REGULAR FELLOW
Mail all checks and direct all inquiries to
Crater fijl & Gas Co.
M Office:-622 Main Street