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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 11, 1921)
SATURDAY, JUNK 11, IttA
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
C. Dcs, a Southern Pacific offi
cial li horo from Dunsmulr for ft
tow days on business.
II. L. swift, n Hlldobrand lum
berman, Is horo transacting busi
Mrs. W. It. Huff Is a visitor
from t Chlloquln. ' 4
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Ticknor aro
In from tholr ranch at Langcll val
ley today, buying supplies and at
tending to other business matters,
n. T. Strlplln ts a business visi
tor from Lakovlew.
J. M. Suhr Is In from his ranch
at Illy for a few days on business.
Mrs. Owen S. Wenvor of Mackoy,
Idaho la horo visiting with her sis
ters Mm. Charles Loomii and Miss
Madge- Dixon. '
Mr. and Mrs. Wllllart tlanons
motored to Ashland this afternoon
to spend a couplo of day visiting
John Sbcpard, n prominent ranch
er from the Pine Grove district. Is
n liualnesa visitor todnv.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Tlohnor are
business visitors from Lorclla today.
E. E. Mageo wilt leavn In tho
morning for Portland to attend the
Grand Chapter of Iloyal Arch Ma
sons aa ropresentatlvo of Klamith
chapter number 35. E. S. Henry
will also Iravo for Portland to at
tend tho Grand Chapter of tho
Eastern Star aa patron of tho Aloha
chapter from here.
" b.D. Coxard and T. I), Walters
will leave In tho morning by auto-
mobllo tor Portland to bo sone a
week on business. '
Everett Whetstone of Dly. left
yesterday tor his homo after spend
ing several days hero on Jury ser
vice in tho circuit court.
George Elliott of Dly. was a busi
ness visitor hero yesterday.
Mrs. Dertha Frnkes of tho Rlv
erslde. school ia spending tho week
end at Eaglo Rldgo.
Miss Anita Kestcr, of Olcue, and
Mrs. A. P. Crossfleld who resides
here, left this morning for Willows,
California where they were called
by tho Illness of their mother.
Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Price, of San
Diego, who have beeu visiting at the
Con'ley homo here, loft this morn
ing; for Spokane to visit for a short
time before returning to Califor
Mrs. R. G. Pickett of Malln, -was
a paseanger for Willows, Calif, this
morning to spend several weeks
visiting with friends.
Mlas Alice McCourt left this morn
ing fcr a months visit in San Fran
clseo and Los Angelea. Miss Mc
Court expects to go by boat from
San Francisco to Los Angeles.
Mrs. D. W. Mason and son, Burgo
Junior, were passengers for Port
land this morning to visit for a
while with Mrs. Mason's father,
Major C. E. Worden.
II. E Godogast, a the sinto
highway department left fir Cali
fornia (ills morning. He has been
in the e'.nploy of this department for
several weeks ,-'"" Jt
The M'r 'Chrlslir.o Chapman
and Lena La In. wee passengers
for San Francisco this morning.
Mrs. M. W. Martin, of Ohlco, who
has been visiting here with frler.de
. for the past 10 days, returned to
bor home this morning.
Lorel'a Rhotln, who hag been
vistllng with Mrs. C. ft. D.irr. re
turned to her home at Umy this
' C. W. Kelson was a passenger for
Weed this morning af'.u- spending
several days hero vlslt'n? with
Mrs. Vena Tretfren returnod to
her borne at Macdoel thla morn
ing after visiting here for the past
week at the home of Harry Thrash
er. Mrs. Ed. Wblndbam, who has
been visiting hero with her cousin,
J. E. Whlndham, returned to her
home at Heroult, California.
Mrs. D. M. Helnze and daughter,
Maximo, left for Fresno this morn
ing whero they expect to raako
Helen Sell, who has been attend
ing school hero, returned to her
home at Dorrls this morning.
I. 0. Walker, W. G. Hyman, M. M.
Brown, San Francisco business men,
aro nero for a row days on i com
bined business and pleasuro trip.
Mrs. C. S. Mooro who has been
visiting friends and relatives in
' Portland and Cottage Qrove, return
ed last night.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Richardson,
ot Sly, who have been hero olnce
Tuesday on matters of business,
returned to their home this after
Miss Marjorle Dclrell leaves to
morrow morning for Eugene to at
tend the graduation exercises at the
1 University of Oregon,
Mrs. James Ezell will leave in
the morning for Lcs Angeles where
she Is called by the Illness of her
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Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Houston wi' , jJg Held
icuvo lomorrow morning or auiomo
bile for Eugene to attend tho gradu
ation exercises. Their son, John, Is
ono ot tho graduating class. He will
accompany thorn hero on tholr re
turn as will also their daughter,
Vera, who will spend her vacation
TUIIK TOW.V HIIKIil.Vni
, m- rwt tm lUtiniAiiiltiuritf., juuu xi,
t OT norse net is (jrwk distro)-ers aro roported to havn
I bombarded Karamursal on tho sou-
Ilybeo nutler. Thurmond and Fred thern shore of tho gulf of lamld and
Jackson were- arrested and brought , then- havo be?n several Mklrnilslufi
to tho county Jail last night by Port I nong tho Turkish front In Asia Ml-
oumnivrs, inumn paiiceiuan, cuarRcu ' nor.
with stealing thrvo horses and sad
dies at Chlloquln Suudar night Tim
tuths arn said to havo coifxJWil
their guilt to Port Summer who
Film and Lecture on
MoOSeheatt Wednesday .brought them horo for nppoaranco anJ warmer,
before U. S. Commissioner Ilcrt C.
Next Wednesday afternoon and. Thomas today.
evening at tho Moose hall between All throo waived preliminary hear-
Fourth and Fifth street on Klo-' Ing and Commissioner Thomas bound
math avenue, a seven reel moving' them ovor to tho grand Jury, fixing
OIIEGON Tonight, fair In west.
poialbly Hhowers In cant, Sunday fair
picture showing scenes ot Moose
heart, the home for dependent
children and widows ot Moose mem
bers will beushown freo of charge
to, the citizens of this oity.
The picture, will show the var
ious departments ot Moosoheart,
Illinois from the time that a de
pendent Infant Is taken there The
schooling and the mechanical train
ing given to prepare tho dependent
for a business career, and tho farm
and mechanical features will, bo
shown nnd explained by District
Lecturer Joy of Portland who will
arrive on the evening train.
Tho Mcose members aro very an
xious to have this free plcturo soon
by Klamath Falls people and ex
tend an Invitation for everyone to
see the afternoon or evening run of
bonds at f GOO oacb.
The Cyclo Stormagraph at
Underwood's Pharmacy, .shows
that after tho fall pressure
mentioned in the report yes
terday there was a slight rise,
since when it has boon fairly
constant. The indications all
favor a fine day tomorrow.
Forecast for next 24 heurs:
Continued fair and warm.
Piano tuning, W. IL Morgan. 7-13
FItEflHET IS 8TATIOSARV
PORTLAND, June 11. Practical-
ly a stationary stage of' the 'Wll-l
llamctto, as -fixed by Sunday's Flight!
rise is forecast today. The Columbia
Is slightly higher today. The
Snake Is falling.
1 in, Mitchell.
1 90, Allen.
Hoe rtratcher Kwasaut Motors
Co. 4th St. ?bosw M-W
SOME STORAGE BATTERY
FACTS: ' You might as well
say that you can buy an auto
mobile for $200 as to say that
you can buy a battery for 1 30.
Ono signifies JubI as much as
tbo other. Voltage counts for
nothing wbon It comes to the
capacity of a battery. The
ampro hour capacity Is what
counts. The larger the bat
tery tbo greater the ampre
hour capacity and necessarily'
tbo greater the cost. ..We
could build you a six volt bat
tery for $2 that you could
wear for a watch charm, It
wouldn't run yonr car' but It
would be six volts Just tho
name. Investigate LUTHY It
F1IUJT CLASS IN KVKIIY IUMPKUT
427 MAIN ST.
Do Costnr. Prop.
SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNER 7So
1 Cream of Chicken
Ripe Olives Dill PicUs
Raked Hallbut-Lagrato Sauce
Chicken Frlcasaoe 'Parsley Dumplings
' Ox Tongue Pecan Sauco
' ' ROASTS ,
Young Cblckon, Sage Dressing
Log ot Lamb and Jolly.
' Rice Custard
SUNDAY DINNER 75c
Don Belding Quits
The Western Union
Don Holding, malinger ot the
Western Union office bnro for thu
past two years, has resigned and
taken a position as business malin
ger ot tho Ktninath Record. Ho on
terod upon tho now work today.
C. 0. llunnoll, district mnnngor
of thn Western Union, is tempor
arily In chnrgo of tho ntflco. A
permanent manager In expectod lo
urrlvo In n week or uu.
stntuteN mndo and provldod for
such offenses to tho Judge ovor the
phono and as a result tho duo will
havo a hearing boforo ComiiiiIhmIoii
Wlilln tho court was goltlng remi
nd on tho law, onu of tho prlh'jn-
Urs broko Jail but was recaptured
after an exciting chaso,
LAW IIY IX)(1 DIHTANCK
IN (illLOgifIN IIKAIUNO
When A. C. (IcInKor, J. V at
Chlloquln, nuiclit two Inebriated
Indians, yesterday, ho lucukd tliem
In two idock cars mid, having t'O
book of Inw hnmly, telephoned
Sheriff Low The sheriff nuul tho
Ileglnnlng Sunday. May Ith,
CTH ft MAIN ST.
Mnko Reservations at
Phono 370 or C4S-M.
GEO. A. HELL
llano tuning, W. II. Morxn". 7-in
Wo wish lo announce that wi
have a roHldent agent horo whe
will tin glad to call on you and ahnw
you samples and explain tho mak
ing of fluff rugs wotcn from your
Mosan Art Rug Co.
Offlro 11C !t 9th Ht Klnmnth Falls
I'biinii t.jy-tl WE (1I.EAN 11UOK
To Eaglo ltldgn unit Rocky
Point Huh leaves Western
Transfer offlro at 8: IE, boat
leaves landing at X:.10. Re
turning boat leaves Eaglo
llldgo at 4:30. I
Rowing at the
WAB MURRAY AND DAVID POWELL JN
"IDOLS OF CLAY"
A flaming romanco of throe worlds. A picture great
er than "On With the Dance." The great scenes of tho
South Sea Isles, tho underworld and of high society
will thrill you.
SUNDAY AMD MONDAY
....Tho mighty epic of tho screen. Two years i to pro
duce. Cast ot C000 people. Headod by Tola Negri tbo
famous contlnetal star. Nino reels that seem but five.
TIIK UllKATKHT PRODUCTION IN ft YKAKM
I'lllCKS MATINKK lfc, llflc KVENINOH llftc, Wlc
At The Liberty
REED AUTO SUPPLY CO.
11th St, Neai
Buy your block-wood now while the prlco Is cheap It won't
bo any cheaper but blocks will bo scarcer. '
Placo your orders for green-slab tho poor man's wood.
10 cords for $35.00.
A year's supply, can you beat UT
O. Peyton & Co.j
41 Main St.
, .- :..
WOOD TO BURN1
MARY MILW) MINTKIt IN
"The Little Clown"
Yon will loro Pat, tho gay little child
of tho circus. You will laugh at bor an
tics and hold your breath at hor daring
escapades, A plcturo for overybody from
olght to eighty.
The most dynamic persosiallty la
I lor Itttcwt and itrcAtcwt plcturo,
CONTINUOUS 8IIOWK IlEOINNlNa
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
Tbo big sensational undersea and submarlno pleturo
"GIRL OF THE SEA"
Boo tho submarines, tbo diver ships at tho bottom ot the soa,
the fight botween ,a , dlvor and tho deadly octopus and lots of
other thrills also l'r '
Episode 10 of "The Purple Rider."
A Mack Sennett Comedy
CONTINUOUS SHOW SUNDAY STARTS AT 1 P, M.
Coming Tuesday William S. Hart and
Herald classified afc par yo.