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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 1, 1921)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
When you think of
Screen Doors and
Made in Klamath Falls Products
When you think of
"Made in Klamath Falls Products," think ot
Lakeside Lumber Co.
fnomng at the
Ethel Clayton in
"THE SINS OF ROSANNE"
nnvivllnir tho doublo llfo of a girl who sold
soul for diamonds. Laid in tho famous diamond
A thrill with vlUatrtB. secrecy and love, and
mystic spell of tho Oriental sorceries.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
ANOTHER DIG SPECIAL
At The Liberty
TODAY AND TOMORROW
We take pleasure in
The story We all read years
ago and now it comes to us
in the photoplay,
SPECIAL PRICES FOR
Children 10 cents
Adults 25 cents
Children 2S cents
Adults SO cents ...
AT THE LIBERTY
ii i iii
Mrs. (1 W. Conrad Jr. who 1ms
I boen vlsltlnR nt Fort Kl.imntli with
t her mother. Mr. J. 11. Wise, return-
i cd to her homo at Hornbrook this
morning. Mrs. Wise accomimnlcil her
dnughter and will spend a week or
J. IL Walton, who Is Interested In
tho lumber business at UorrU. re
turned to that city this mvrnlug after
: spending several days hero on n
combined business and pleasure trip.
K. L. Parker and Will Madison are
out or town visitors from Astoria.
C. L. Falk, the Chlloquln lumber-
man, Is In town on buslne-n.
Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Armstrong. Mr.
and Mrs. J. S. Mather and Andrew
Kopler, ot Pasadena, California, aro
registered at tho White Pelican hotel.
A. C. Olenger Is down from Chllit
quin transacting business for a few
days. i Mrs. Charles Pickott of Merrill. Is
! In town today shopping and visiting
I with friends.
II Mr. and Mrs. E. Tilton nro down
from Chlloquln for a few days.
Mrs. Wilbur Arnold left this mor
ning for San Francisco to Join Mr.
Arnold, who has been thero for Rev
oral days. Tboy expect to make their
The Misses M. R. Klmbrough, Ma
rlon Oelancy and E. Cast who hao
( been doing hospital nursing for the
last soren months, left this morning
; for Seattle. They expect to go to
Alaska In a few days,
K. n, Parker, of tho Klamath De
velopment company, loft this morn
ing for a short business trip-to San
.Mrs. C. II. Ryan and son, Eugene,
who have been here visiting with
Mrs. It. J. Sheets, left this morning
for their homo at Grants Pass.
Mr. And Mrs). C. A. Dennlnghoff
left for their home at Dorrls this
morning after spending several days
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. McCullum wero
passengers for Portland this morn
ing where Mr. McCullum Is called on
Matt Eagan ot tho Algoma Lumber
company, waa a Klamath Falls visitor!
Hobble Ward, tho former proprie
tor of tho Owl, who has been very III
Is now ablo to be about the streets
II. R. Jolly Js an out of town visi
tor from tho Agency.
Mr. and Mrs, Allan McComb are
expected homo from Ilerkeloy the
last of tho week, Mr. and Mrs. Mc
Comb wore married at Berkoloy on
tho 12th of May.
Among tho passengars on tho au
tomobllo stago this morning for Ash
land and Medfo-d wore Mrs. Sutton,
L. Mow and J. nastlon.
A. Kallna Is In from bis ranch at
Malln today on business,
II, A. Talbot and. George Ifovalln
aro out ot town visitors from Plovnn
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Cosoboom and
family motored up from Stockton In
their now Nash Sport model to visit
for two wceku with Mr. Coseboom's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. W, Coso-
100 PER CENT UNION
TONIGHT AND THURSDAY
A thrilling story of tho northwest mountod pollco and a fight
that will make you hold unto your seats. It's groat and Two com
cdys that will keep you In convulsions of laughter.
TWO OHOWS 6i4G 8M5 '
Coming Sunday Harold Bell Wright's
"THE SHEPHERiD OF THE HILLS."
I boom Mrs. CoBohomu Is the daughter
of Mr and .Mrs. (I. W Wlillo, former
( well known residents ot this city
Mrs. C K Stono mid nophew, ,loo
Skellon, who mmlo his homo with
Mr and Mrs. Stone here up to IiIh
departure for college- four turH ago.
left this morning by automobile for
a visit lit Portland, Vancouver, Can
ada, and Alberta, Ciinmlu, amoiiK
other places. Mr, Stone expects to
Join his wife In Alburtn In July and
they "111 bo it wiry until September,
Hunter Savldgo Is hero from Ban
Kranclsco looking after some busi
Mrs. Alma 13. Halo of Santa Crut,
Callfornln, Is hero' visiting with her
cousin. Mrs. Hello Rdtontc, whom
b!io luis not seen for over 30 yours
Mrs llert (,'. Thomas and daughter
M.ir t'ltnrl lrn, will leae In the mor
ning for an extended visit with Mrs
Thomas' relatives In Ohio
Mr and Mrs. V.. It. Iteams Maw ar
rived from Sail Kranrlsro to spend
the summer here. Mr and Mrs
lleams motored up from California
Mrs. Vano llrldgeford and dnugli
ter. Wavjietto. who have been lslting
at 111" Homes of Mrs. llrldgeford's
sister, Mrs. C II. I'nderwood. and
mother, Mrs. If. C Chamberlain, re
turned to their home In Olympla this I
mo nil ill? Mrs. I'ndorwood accompa
nied them, as far ns Portland where
she will spend two weeks ntUndlug
the Hose Festival and tisltlng with
friends. Mrs. Chamberlain ami
daughter, Cecil, went as far as Ash
land to visit for three weeks.
Mrs. S. K. Forbes of Fremont,
'Michigan, is a guest nt tho homo
of Mr and Mrs. T. P Hkllllng-
ton and Is a daughter ot Airs.
Mrs. Skllllngtons' sls-
tiT. Mrs. Karl Hall, left this morn-
L fllr hnr hnmn m at. Icnne...
lMlchlgan nftor a three weeks visit. ,
f K v. Woo.l loft this morning for I
Independence, Oregon for n brief
visit with his parents.
Tomorrow afternoon at 2:30
o'clock, tho Ladles' Aid of the
J.Methcdlst church wilt meet In a
very Important business session at
tho homo ot Mrs. Lucas, 1117 East
street. Special business will come
before tho mooting.
Faulty by Court
Judge Kuykondnll tato yesterday
afternoon ordered tho case of tho
Stato against Roy 0. Patch returned
to tho grand Jury for rc-lndlctment
at tho next term. Tho district attor
ney was ordcrod to draw up a new
Indictment and present It to the i
New Tariff Bill
Helps Wool Men
Dennis Lacey, one of the well
known sheep men of tho district near '
Illy was In the city yesterday on bus-1
Jnoss, Mr. Iacoy stnted that he was
running 1700 sheep and they wore In j
tho best ot condition. Tho sheep men
of this region feel much encouraged j
over tho wool situation since tho'
emergency tariff bill was signed by
Are Not Cheap
What makes a pair
glasses valuable Ii
DRAINS usod In furnishing
thorn. Thoso who know
how, placo a value on
tholr services. Knowledge
Is worth monoy. Our pric
es aro ns low as Is con
sistent with best quality
and satisfactory Individual
attontlon. ' -
H. J. WINTERS
700 MAIN STREET
A sufficient amount of money is
now in the treasury to
Sink the Well
This money has been received
largely from the subscriptions of
hundreds of small investors.
We appreciate this liberal sup
port of the working men and women
of Klamath Falls.
It will be a pleasure to see the
profits which will be made if a gush
er is struck, distributed among the
working people who have so loyally
contributed of their earnings and
We count our ever growing list
of stockholders with pride, and
pledge to you, one and all, honest,
economical expenditure of your
money under the direct supervision
of W. C. Lehman, one of the most
successful oil operators in the west.
JF THERE IS ANY OIL BE
, TWEEN OUR DERRICK
AND CHINA, LEHMAN
WILL FIND IT.
You who have bought the stock
have done your part. Now Lehman
will do his part.
There are yet hundreds of peo
ple in Klamath who have done
ndthing for Oil Development. If you
are one of them, we appeal to you to
do your part and
Mail all checks and direct all inquiries to
Crater Oil & Gas Co.
Office:-622 Main Street