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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 8, 1921)
"" TMBAT, JULY 9, tlWI.
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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BARGAINS IN USED CARS
Now,tlroe on roar, 1225. Terms to
null pure honor.
Open oronltiKn and SundayH
"Home ot tho Velio 8lx" 8-0
Wo hnvo sovoral exceptional buy.
They aro going to no in tho noxt TWO
DAYS. Boo tin Tonight or Tomorrow
It yon wnut u car a(i your own
Opn evenings and Bundays
"Home ot tho Velio 81k" 8-9
beVeral used cars for sale
At reasonable prices. Small pay
ment down, balanco oxtondlng over
Borornl month. In fact, TO SUIT
Open evenings and Sunday
"Home ot the Voile 81" 8-9
pcrlnl Vnllor nrowor are selling at
tho ruto of $6,05 n crate, or about
SO cents a pound, according to In
formation rocnlvcd hero from Kl
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Contro, Oal. The grapes, which era
bol'ng markotoil In Chicago, are of tho
rornlnu vnrloty and aro aald to be
of exceptional quality.
Special Meat Prices
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY
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All cuts from, two-year-oia steers,
below are all money savers.
PORTLAND, July 8. Cattle 60c
higher; choice ateora $6.75 and
$7.60; hoga 26c higher; prim light
$8.60 and $10.00; ahoep, Kg and
KIK8T GRAPES STOPPED
LOS AN0BLE8, Cal., July 8.
Flrit ahlpmenta of grapea by 1m-
Hound Steak 25c pound
Chuck Pot Roast ...15c to 17ic
Shoulder Steak 22c
Plate Boiling Beef 12ic
Pork Shoulder Steak 20c and up
Lamb Chops 25c and 30c
Pork Sausage 25c, 2 for 45c
Hamburger 20c, 2 for 35c
Stew Meats . 15c and 20c
Boneless Pot Roast 20c
Bulk Lard 17c
We Cut Armour's Star Brand Ham
"The Ham What Am"
LINCOLN MEAT MARKET
Main at Third
OriK HEAD'S GREAT STORY
And Great Supporting Caat
A glorious romanco of old-tlmo
folk In tho Carolina Mountains,
a-thrllt with tbo fighting spirit ot
Wo place our guarantee on thla
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LAST TIME TONIGHT
No. 1 "THE FIGHT OF THE AGE"
Jack Dempsey vs.
A humorous, scientific, entertaining picture, showing both
No. 3 IIEAUTIFUL SYLVIA IIHKAMKB
With Ilotx-rt Gontim and All-Star Caa4, In
THE MOONSHINE THAIL"
Tho human heart drama In six parta. Drlmful of palhoa,
touching upon ono of tho burning quoetlons of tho day.
No. HNint roixonn comkiiv
'With Little Ctiorolatn Drop a Clnudburst of Laughs
No. 4 I'ATHE COIOll WE:KI.V REVIEW
Iloautlful ami latrmUax
TWO SHOWN fll-15 OtOO ii'cIikIc
COMING SUNDAY MARV FICKFOIID In "IHH.LYANNA"
I Pmraonal Mention
Mr. R. Trirelpleoe ot Caatle
Rock, California, returned to her
hom thli morning after a Ttalt of
MTwal daya here with Mr, p. 8
Mr .and Mrs. C. W. Harrey, who
hare been Tleltlng Mr. and Mrs. M.
W Cooper, at the Klamath Agency
for the past two weeks, left this
morning from here, for their homo
In Altoona, Iowa
Mrs. R. V. Mallory, who was un
expectedly called south by the seri
ous Illness of her father, left this
morning' with her small son for
Miss Rnby Smith has accepted a
position with the Blue Bird confec
R. W. Tower la a county seat
bualness visitor from Keno today.
J. O. Hamaker and George Baker,
both old time realdenta of the Bo
nanza country, "were In town this
morning attending to matters of
business at the court house.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Haaeltlne woro
In town late last evening from their
ranch In the Merrill country. Mr,
Baseltine Is suffering from a badly
Ben D. Shanahan of Bly Is here
on business this week.
II. W. Stewart of the Stowart
Fruit company of San Fraaclsco left
this morning for that city after sev
eral days vacation spent In Klam
ath county. '
J, E. Headay, Pblllis Daly, Dr.
and Mrs. P. A. Day are all register
ed at the White Pelican hotel from
Mr .and Mrs. L. M. Brown and
sons of Bums, Oregon, arrived yes
terday, and were registered at tho
White Pelican hotel.
Mr .and Mrs. John D. Wright are
..tourist visitors In this city from
New York. They are guests at the
White Pelican hotel.
W. B, Lamm accompanied by his
sister, MlM.Kdlth Lamm, are in
tows' today from' Modoc Point."
Y ' Captain O. C. Applegate left on
the morning train bound for Port
land, where ho will visit -with his
daughter, Mrs. Anna Applegate rial
ferty .and baby. Mrs. Halferty has
been quite III for some time, but Is
reported much better, -and will soon
be able to return to her home,
at Kodlak, Alaska.
R. C. Spink Is tn town today from
his summer camp on Spring creek,
attending to mnttr ' business.
Mr .and Mrs. W. O. Chansler,
John Alden and W. O. Chansler aro
visiting here for a few days from
Bert Anderson, 8. S. Smith nnd
P. II. Dally are stopping at the
White Pelican hotel from Medford.
Dr. L. D. Gass returned last night
from a week's business trip into
oastorn Oregon, northern California
and 'Nevada. Dr. Oass mado the
trip by car.
Mm. Steven Griffith and Mrs. Ev
erett Griffith made a trip Into town
yesterday from their ranch homes
on tbo Merrill road, to shop with
Klamath Falls merchants.
Miss Emma Berge and Miss Betty
Gray left this morning for a brief
outing trip to Eagle Ridge and
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. DeCbalne aro
en Toute by automobile for their
mining claim near Hornbrook, where
thoy will remain indefinitely. Mrs.
DcChaine will operate a service sta
tion and Mr. DeCbalne 'will make
some improvements on bis claim
during their residence there.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shepherd loft
this morning by car for California.
where they will spend two or three
weeks on a combined business and
pleasure trip. i
John Hagelstein, who operates a
ranch north of town made a busi
ness trip Into the county seat yes
Oliver Kennedy drove in from
Olene yesterday and purchased sup.
plies from Klamath Falls mer
chants. v Mrs. Arthur Schrelner was a city
visitor yesterday from her Spring
f i?.V "W ,v, ' Jk l
Lake home. Mrs. Dick Bennett was
also a visitor here from Bprlng Lake
yesterday afternoon. '
F. L. Pope made a trip Into town
yesterday from his ranch on the
Merrill road to purchase supplies Is
preparation for the haying season.
which will begin soon In that sec
E. It. Reames left this morning
for a few daya' fishing at Crystal
Clarlco E. Worden and son Rob
ert, of Oakland, Callfo'rnla, arrived
last night for an extended visit, and
camping trip. The Satterlee oottago
at Rocky Point has, boen cngagod
for tho summer. i
Mrs. Oraco Glovor, of the Andross
Glover Style Shop, arrived homo last
nignc irom a two months stay in
San Francisco where she was com
pellod to go for her health.
Mr. and "Mrs. W. M. Duncan and
small son, arrived on last night's
train from Oakland, where Mrs. Dun
can has been for somo tlmo because
of 111 health. Mr. Duncan loft about
two weoks ago In ordor to accompany
Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Holmes accom
panled by Miss Maud Road drovo In
from Malln this morning. They re
port that tho foundation of the new
school building Is nearly complete
Mr. Holmes also said that the farm
ers in that eoctlon havo the most of
their hay cut and have fine big crops
F. C. Coleman of Swan Lake Is
a county seat business visitor today.
I. J. Straw is spending a few days
in town from his ranch at Odessa.
John Spolek a rancher from tbo
Malln section was In town this
morning trading with merchants.
George Offleld of Merrill was a
city visitor today attending to busi
Sprat Wells is here for a few days
OREOON-i-Tonlght and Saturday,
fair; cooler In east' portion. '
Compare your present deposits with what they
would be if oil was struck in paying quantities.
Isn't it worth while for you to
'.- 1 lv HELP DRILL A WELL
Compare the present volume of your business
with what it would be if oil is struck in Klamath.
It would pay you to
Jb HELP DRILL A WELL
Compare the present value of your acreage with
its possible value if it is proved that there is oil in
Klamath. Can't you afford to
HELP DRILL A WELL
If Siemens, and Burke, and Johnson, and Dunbar, and
Whitlock, and Thompson think it wise to put in thous
ands of dollars into our well, don't you think it wise to
follow their lead with a few hundred?
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