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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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Before You Go on Your Vacation
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Let Us Equip You With the Right Kind of
Clothing. We Specialize on Outing Clothing
for Both Ladies and Gentlemen
THE CELEBRATED DUX-BAK AND KAMP-IT LINES
which we carry contain just the clothing you will
need for that trip into the hill. Much of the pleasure of
camping conies from being properly dressed.
Ladies' garments in Khaki, Wool or Corduroy,
Norfolk Coats, Skirts, Breeches, Leggins, Hats and
; Puttees. Everything that is made in men's outing
clothing and shoes.
Bathing Suits for the whole family.
We can furnish the clothing for the entire party.
Just come in and ask foi what you want. Our prices
you will find are far below those of sporting goods
houses on similar goods.
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j Personal Mention
C. IL Underwood left for Cratar
Lake this morning with a part' of
friend. Those In tho partr besides
Mr. Underwood were Dr. and Mrs.
2. V. Fisher nnd daughtor, Constance,
anil-Mrs. H. C. Chamberlln. They ex
pect to return tonight-.
Mrs. E. K. Ma goo left this morning
for Central Point for a brief vacation.
Stanley Smith, who attended
school hero a few years ago. Is here
from San Francisco this week visit
ing old friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Terrlll, who
'have boon here for the past week on
a combined business and pleasure
trip, left this morning for their home
In Medford via Crater Lake.
W. C. Dalton, president of the
American National Bank, with Mrs.
Dalton and their two tons, Paul and
Cnrr, and Matt Elgner left this morn
las' for Diamond Lake on a ten days
Thomas Lang is In the city today
from the reservation.
Dr. B. D. Johnson .was a passenger
on this morning's outgoing train
bound for Portland whero ho will he
engaged with business affairs for tho
next fow days.
Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Murdock and
daughtor, Christine, left this morn
ing' for a taw days outing trip In
Mrs. Frank McCornack was a city
visitor this morning from her lovely
ranCh Iromo on the wostorn shoro of
Upper Klamath Lake.
J.' L. Shaugnessoy and Miss Ruth
lcdgo vrero passengers to Crater Lake
this morning from Ashland.
F. Hill Hunter has roturnod from
a business trip to 8an Francisco. Mr.
Hunter had Intended come on in
Portland before returning, but was
obliged to como directly homo In-,
stead. Mrs. Huntor, who Is camping '
with tho children and Mr. and Mrs. i
W J. Horbell at tho Lake o' the
Woods, camo down aftor additional I
cupplles lust night and returned this
morning to finish her vacation trip.
tleorgo W. Palmor, secretary of tho
Modoc Lumber Company, Is transact
ing buslnoM here today from his
homo at Chlloquln.
Albert Mycas, a progressiva farm
er from the Malln district, mad
business trip into town early lots
Mrs. Laura Murphy and Miss Mln
nlo Calvert left for Grants Paw this
mronlng after a visit of sereal days
with Mrs. I!. L. Darnelllo and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. C. It. Howman and
daughter, Alice, of Chlloquln, were
passengers on this mornings outgoing
train bound for Medford and other
nogue River and Willamette points.
W. D. Ord, of the Standard Oil
company, who has been here from
Sacramento on business for tho past
three days, left this morning for that
F. L. Patton of San Francisco Is
registered at the While Pelican hotel
today having arrived last night.
It. D. Ticknor Is a city visitor today
from Portland and la a guest at the
Whltn Pelican hotel.
Mrs. W. M. Cake and Harold Cake
are tourist visitors here from Port
land. They aro registered at the
White Pelican hotel.
J. A. Gordon made a flying trip to
the Lake o' the Woods yesterday,
where his family is camped. Ho took
Mrs. W. A. Leonard up with him for
a visit with Mrs. Gordon. Thero aro
many Klamath Falls pooplo at tho
lako for the summer Mr. Oordon re
ports. Mrs. 'Jewel Darlow (went up
yesterday for a visit with Mrs. Harry
Ackley and Mrs. Kitty Wells Colo,
who aro camped there. Mr. Cole Is
expected from California the last of
tho week to Join his wife and Mrs.
Ackloy for a fow days.
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Law of Now
York, Mr. and Mra. Hary P. B. Hof
er, Mls Marian I to for, Honry Hofer,
Irene L. Gunthcr, Arthur II, Bunth
or and daughter and Mrs. and Miss
Znaldeter all of Chicago, were tour
ist passengers on the Crater Lake
stage this morning.
Wilfred Henry, and Ned Worthing
ton, of Belolt Wisconsin, Mr. Chance
of San Francisco, Kenneth Perry,
NOTICK OF FILING PETITION TO
VACATK A RTRKKT
To whom It May Cencern:
Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned will, at a regular meet
ing of the Common Council of tho
City of Klamath Falls, Oregon, to bo
held on the 4th Monday of August.
1921. towlt on tho 22d day or Aug
ust 1921, present their petition to
said Common Council praying for the
vacation of that portion of Bekey
Street lying between Blocka 3 and
4 of Klamath Lake Additional) the
City of KJamatb Falls, Oregon, also
tho alleys running through said
blocks 3 and 4 of tiald addition, aa
said portion of Bekey Street lg shown
by tho official plat of said addition
to Klamath Falls now on file In the
public records of Klamath County,
Dated, July 27, 1921, Klamath
School District No. 1. Klnmnth
By P. L. FOUNTAIN, Chairman,
By IDA B. MOMYKn. Clerk
Misses Claudia Spink, Kleanor Tor
rey, Geraldlno Watt. Ellen McVeigh
are a group of young people whom
MIm Agnes Lvo Is chaperoning to
Rocky Point, Crater Lake and Spring
Creek for a four days outing.
Mr. and Mrs. Oeorgo Watt, who
have bcon on a combined business
and pleasure trip to San Fanclsco for
the past ten days, aro cxpocted homo
tonight. They were accompanied by
their son, Tom.
J smelt Kid red of Taylorville, Call.,
fornla. In hern looking after a ranch
hn ownn In Langi'll valley. Mr. Kid
red Is nn old tltuo resident of Klam
nth county having operated his ranch
long bnforn Irrigation was even talk
ed of for ltngoll valley.
Mlis Margaret Marclay, a tralnnd
nurse from Ban Antnnlo. Texas, Is
here visiting her mother, Mr Ophel
ia Glenn, who resides a few tulles out
on Hi ii hill roan to Merrill. At pres
ent Miss Barclay Is In town as tba
guest of Mr. and Mra. K. M. Chllcota.
This Is Inn first time aho has been
homo for three years and eapecta to
stay unlit Heptombor 1.
It II Ajiilckn and family aro spend
ing thrlr vacation1 at the Lake o' tho
Mrs. It II. Bunnell was county
neat visitor yesterday from her borne
In ttiii valley.
Kidney, liver, bladder and uric i
troubles are most dangerous be
cause of their insidious attacks
Heed the first warning they ghr
that they need attention by taking
The world's standard remedy for these
disorders, will often ward off these dis
eases and strengthen the body against
further attacks. Three sizes, all druggists.
Uek far k mm Cold Haiti am eeerr he
ml wpt ImktUm
I have several blocka of lots
surrounding tho Malln high
school that I will aell for
business and reildeutlal pur
poses, thus fferlug to tho
people of Klamath county an
opportunity to mako a real In
vestment. I wilt sell these
lots for !7G and up, on the
Installment plan,' the ternis to
suit tho purchaser. No Inter
est will be charged and I will
pay the taxes until deed la de
livered to buyer.
Malln la situated In the cen
ter of one of the richest dis
tricts In tho world. It Is back
ed by progressive ind conser
vative citizens. It has a future
that .assures development to
u degree that will make this
property worth many times
tho price I am selling it for.'
When oil is discovered, Malln
will be found to be in the very
heart of tho field and the
biggest producers will be at
If you are looking for some
thing that wilt pay you big
returns, you can make no mis
take in buying 'Malln proper
ty. For further information,
write or see
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Dr. Lois V. Bridge
Over First Stato'nod Savings Bank
Suite 10S Phone 10U-J
PUT the OIL IN THIS WORLD
IN PLACES WHICH ARE HARD TO FIND AND
ARE EXPENSIVE TO GET AT.
Otherwise it would have all been found before
most of us were born.
It takes faith, courage, and perseverance to de
velop a new oil field. Also money, and a gamblers
nerve to risk a small losing against a possible big win
ning. "N. C. O." IS NO EXCEPTION
That's why we are urging everybody to
Help Drill a Well
We have plenty of faith and courage and per
severance, and we had alot of money too; but not en
ough, and we want a lot. of people to share the risk
with us, and we will share the profits with them. Send
us your check today. '
or call at S32
Northern Cat. Oil Co., Klamath Falls Ore.
Enclosed check for which pleas reserve
for me shares N. O. O. Stock at (1,00 per
shnro, for which I agree to subscribe upon receipt of
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