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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 13, 1921)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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' Pergonal Mention
Mrs. A. B. Chrlstonton and two
children, who have bean hero rutt
ing Mn. Chrlstensen's brother,
La-wrence Phelps, lett thli morning
for their home In Alameda, Califor
nia. ' '
MIm Lucllo Marehall, who re
turned from a camping trip the
first of tho week, left thU morning
for Chlloquln, where Bho will visit
with Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Bowman
for a few dayn beforo returning to
her homo In Medford.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mack ac
companied by their daughter, Miss
Donna, were in town yesterday from
their ranch near Spring lako.
Mn. George Chastaln Is spending
n few days In town from Modoc
Ponlt, aa tho guest of her daught
er. Miss Mo fa.
Mrs. Charles Lew, who has been
in Portland for the past few weeks
because of HI health, returned homo
last night and is reported as feeling
Elmer Stukle, who operate a
ranch near Merrill was a ouutyi
seat visitor yesterday.
Walter A. West, Klamath Indian
agent, is In town today from tho
agency attending to matters ot
buslneaa. He waa accompanied Into
town by the Reverend Mr. Cook
Ingham. E. Dennis drove Into town from
his ranch near Hljr yesterday to at
tend to matters ot business.
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Epperson,
who have been visiting In Iowa for
(he past several weeks, returned
home last nlghi.
Miss Lottie Fischer returned homo
last night from Oakland, California,
where she attended college this win
ter and spring.
Mr. and Mrs. George Walton and
daughters, Catherine and Beatrice,
are city visitors today from their
home at Merrill.
Don Zumwalt, city engineer, lett
yesterday for the Klamath marsh
where he will remain for a conple
ot days doing some surveying work.
. Charlea Campbell waa a Klamath
Falls visitor last night and today
from MacdoaL "
William Tlafes, returned last
sight from aa extended visit to Ban
T. I. Chapman left for Crater
lax tbJa morals. Re. waa accom
paaled by BUI XeMUUaa.
Mr. tad. Mrs. George Watt and
family left yesterday afternoon for
Eagle Ridge to spend a few days'
Miss Isabell Lorlng Is a , guest at
the horn of Mrs. H. D. Newell.
Miss Lorlng Is her from .Nevada.
Mr. and Mrs. George Stephenson
aad smsll son, are In town for the
day from Dorrls.
William Briley and K. Newbury
left thl morning for Slsson, Cali
fornia, after a tew days here on
matters of business.
William Morrison, a lumberman
from Portland, and Mr. Tcxworth
of Alabama, who Is Interested In
one ot the biggest lumber com pan
ics wot tho south left this morning
after several days spent hero look
ing the timber prospects ot Kla
math county over. '
Daisy Harden, 'who has been here
from Marsbflold for the past week
visiting with friends and relatives,
returned home this morning.
Miss May O'Brien and Miss May
Rohrer left for San Francisco this
morning after a vacation of several
days spent here and at Crater lake.
Mlrs O'Brien was here ten years
ago and was quite surprised this
time to find that the Baldwin ho
tel was no longer the center of
Mrs. B. C. Morgan ot Pelican
city was a passenger on the morn
liili train bound for Medtord and
Aberdeen, Washington. Mrs. Mor
gan la a resident of Pelican city
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Coffman,
Clark Williams and Pat Blake are
all registered at the White Pelican
hotel from Portland, Oregon.
Charles Norton is a Klamath
Fills visitor from Detroit, Michigan.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. McMillan,
Miss Barbara McMillan and Mr. aad
Mis. W. D. McMillan are tourist
brre from Eureka, California. Thy
ate stopping at the White Pelican
John Shook ,a pioneer rancher
from Dairy, vas In town yesterday
on business. He reports that tin
equipment for drilling has been
moved onto the Dave shook ranch
vand be is confident they will hart
11 la the Dairy country some time
Mrs. J. W, Siemens and son, Hoi.
ly, have returned from a two weeks
motor trip to California which car
ried them as far south as San
Diego. On their return trip they
were joined by Captain Slemen's
two neices, the Misses Mitchell ot
Upland, California, who will spend
the remainder of the summer here.
Miss Nan Siemens, ward ot the
captain ( and Miss Cleo Siemens, a
granddaughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Sie
mens, aro expected 'hero soon from
Portland to Join tho happy house
hold on Conger avenuo for tho sum
mer. 3. II. Mltcholt Is In town from his
cattle ranch In tho Bly country.
Miss Frances Beatty nnd Ml is
Ruby 8mlth -wore at Crater laVo
Sunday. Miss Smith wont from Cm
tor lake to bcr home In Gardener
for a visit. '
A Plafall, an enterprising merchant
from Malln. was In the city yester
day looking after business mnltori
connected with his store. Besides
furnishing tho ranchers In IiIb dis
trict merchandise, Mr. 1'lasll has nn
Ire plant which provides Ico for Mn.
lln residents, nnd ho also manufac
lures tho electricity tor his electric
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. Coreroll nro horo
on their honeymoon from Corning,
California. Mrs. Corcycll is n niece
ot Joo Moore, of tho Weatorn
Transfer company and it is at his
homo the newlyweds nro staying
whilo here. '
Don Colvlg, or tho California-Oregon
Power Company, expects to
loavo for Medtord this evening
whore ho "will visit with his family.
Mrs. C. S Morris and daughter,
Helen, aro spending July with rela
tives hero and enjoying tho outdoor
life ot Klamath county. Mrs. Mor
ris is a slstor of Oscar and Wltlard
Peyton, local fuel dealers. She Is
elated over tho discovery of n cli
mate .whore the days aro full ot
aunshlno nnd tho nights aro cool
and restful. Sho finds tho local
cllmato n decided contrast to that
ot her homo city, St. Louis, Mo.
Barring ono or two experiences
she finds the western lite perfect.
She "Is not craxy about,1 sleeping
out all night without even a tent
for cover, after one trial, and she
thinks If she again should have to
take, the outside in passing a car
on Topsy grade, she will dismount
nnd keep the Inside track.
v'HMf I In UJBlsWJssaBBaSy
I Regular $3
LAKEVTEW WANTS WATER
SALEM, 'Oregon, July 13.
The city ot Lakevlew has applIM
10 the state engineer tor a permit to
nnmnHiln watnr front Tllirnt erorL-
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anu trom mrwj springs jur nsniujuc
i Herald classified afls pay yo.
There arc wonderful shirt values
on sale here Thursday and Friday;
here arc three good reasons for it:
(1) New style collars, the short
and long points on soft shirts,
(2) New stripes and colors in
the soft cuff shirts for attached col'
(3) Prices less ' than pre-war
Chirk ' Loraine cord, fibre stripes, woven colors, madris
0111115 shirts with or without collars
On Sale $1.75-3 for $5.00
anil $4. 'ill Oniric English woven colors, Russian cords and heavy
dim ,pi.JV dllll lb aoveIty woven color8( with or without collars
On Sale $2:45 each, 3 for $7.00
SEE THE SHIRT WINDOW.
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