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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 29, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
I'lllDAV, JUfiV 'M, JOfll
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WE ARE SELLING FLOORING, RUSTIC AND CEILING
FOR LESS MONEY TODAY
Than You Paid for Common Lumber Last Year
Ycu can buy 3-Ply Roofing today for less than you
paid last year for one Ply.
Double Strength Glass today is much cheaper than
Single Strength was last year.
You can build a House now for what a shack cost
A Sash Door this year is cheaper than a Panel Door
Men are doing more work this year in 8 hours than
they did last year in 12.
$500 today is worth as much as $900 a year ago for
We will deliver you ap average thousand feet of
lumber for what you paid last year for an average 600
BUY NOW - BUILD NOW
YOU WILL ALWAYS BE ABLE TO GET "MADE IN KLAMATH FALLS PRODUCTS,"BUT NOT
FOR LONG AT PRESENT PRICES. tA
LAKESIDE LUMBER CO.
HEADQUARTERS FOR YOUR MONEY'S WORTH.
Minn Mulicl duett lull thin mornlnc
for her homo In Hun I'rnncUru utter
. an lnturi'lliiK vlillt with her cousins.
Mr. nnil Mrs. Allun Jones. MIm (loots,
who w fuvorulily Impressed with
Kluinath l'"ull uinl vicinity after vl
ItlnB IJiiRlo IIIiIkv. Orator lnku.
Hocky Point niid Klninath river, hai
decided to riilurn In tho neur futuro.
Mr. and Mr. A. I). Hlitirt accom
panied by Mm. Prnuk Sheldon, who.no
husband I ono of tho promWwnt real
ly dealer of Hun Krnnclsco, and MIm
Lucllon Cnrdwull, who ha heou vis
King har undo nt Port Klamath, loft
Hit momliiK for tho bay city uftor
six week upont In Klamath county.
Mr. Short Is manager of tho Whlto
I'ollcan Dotal lioro.
Mr. Josslo llolso loft for hor homo
In Portland ttilft mornlnB uftor a visit
of sovoral day with Mr, Chnrlo
Iliitli or till city.
B. (I. Youiik and V. It. Wilson
wnro both business visitor horo
ye.itorduy from tholr roncho In Poo
Mr. and Mr. B. M. Chllcoto and
family accompanied hy Miss Margaret
llarclay loft thl morning for Hock
Creek for a hrlof outlnB.
Mr. 12. M. WlUon la hero from
Medford visiting hor duuRhtor, Mr.
Harry Ooollor nnd fumlly at tholr
homo on Pine street.
Chester DoLap drovo Inlo town for
supplies yostorday from hi ranch
nt Round I.ako.
Mr. 'and Mr. Rimer ApplcRaln
mndo a visit of sovoral hour In town
yoHtniduy from tholr lovely ranch
homo near (own.
Mr. Lulu Hutching hn roturood
homo from Bnlom wlloro uho spent
two wook with hor paront, Mr. and
Mrs. C. Morodlth.
Mr. Sneddon, travolliiK freight and
pusscngor agent for tho Union Pacif
ic, wnB a visitor horo yostorday, loav
liiK for' San Francisco on UiIh morn
Mr. C. 10. Oglo, Mr. Hiuol Ander
son nnd Mr. J, K. Morrltt loft on
(ho train thli mornliiB, for Susan
vlllo, Hono nnd Sacrnmonto on a va
cation trip. Mr. Morrlt,! will mnko
hor homo In Susanvlllo. ,
D; JJ. McClay who operates i ranch
In tho Hunoy district' was. In (own
' this morning transacting buslnoBs.
'Mr. McClay reports tliutiall Ida hny
Is cut nnd In (ho stack. Ho had in
cutting of 150 tons this year.
Mr. and Mr. O. V Holt nro In
town today on matter of huslncM
from tlmlr homo near Ilonnnza.
.1 M. Tlplou I In town from hi
ranch near Olcne.
Horry Thrnshor returned from Sus
unvilto last nlRht, whoro hn went tho
first of thn week on business.
i:. II. Jefforsou, wlfo and ou,
Juiihm, nmlnlcce, Virginia Iltchmonn,
left thl morning for Diamond lake
to apemi a taw oay. j
Hurry Tolford. n rancher from tho
Merrill road, wa Jn town thl mom
liiK. P. M. Ilnruum nrcompnnled ly hi
daughter, Lena, drovo Into town last
nlKht from Hornbrook after n linrd
and tlrosomo day on tho road. Miss
Ilnruum who drovo most of tho way
reports that tho roads wera almost
ImpaKsnhlo. Tho visitors will spend
n fow day with Miss Mlnnlo Ilarn
um, who will return with thorn, (ho
party going hy way of Crater Lake.
1.. 0. Aran returned last night
from I.akovlow whero ho hn been on
matters of buslnos for tho past fow
Miss Koso Hoed and Ml Henrietta
Koch, who hao boon horo vIsltlnR
Miss nood'H lstor, Mrs. A. L. Leavltt,
left this mornlnR for Oakland, Cali
fornia. Thoy woro nccompnnled hy
Miss Anna Hcnson, who has been horo
from Oakland vIsKIiir Miss Loulso
HIrrs. All throo uro roRlstorod nurso
nnd MJss Koch Is public health nurso
for Alamodn county.
J, R. McOlnnla assumed his duties
as day clork nt tho Whlto Pelican
hotol this week. ,
Thoodoro Whlkor nnd pnrty are
tourist visitor hero from West wood,
California. Thoy nro guests at tho
Wiilto I'ollcan hotel.
Krod Wlnchostor, wlfo nnd daugh
ter nro horo on tholr wny to Oakland
from Crntor lako, whoro thoy hnvo
boon HPOtidliiR n wook or two. Mr.
Winchester Is n cnpltnllst In Oakland.
J. 8. Long nnd W. 0, Davis nro
otopphiB nt (ho Whlto I'ollcan hotol
from San Frnuclsco today.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Hort Wlthrow nnd
daughtor, Wolvo nnd Jean McDonald
loft this mornlnR for Diamond luka,
whoro thov will snoud tho wook-ond.
Mrs. W. Miles, who lias boon lioro
visiting Mrs. L. Hutchinson for tho
past fow dayH loft this moraine for'
hor homo In California.
( Ju'dgo H. C. nronuugh, of Portland,
rocolvor for Morris Bros., Inc., tho
Portland bonding hnuso that Is now
in process of reorganisation, Is hero
today looking niter local Interests
Ho Is returning to Portland tomor
row. Paul T. O'Dnwd returned last
night from Portland. Ho drovo loTbti
Dalles last wcok with J. P. K oily,
v. holias taken a newspaper position
at that, place, nnd family, left the
auto and returned by train.
Charlos Kink, Voro Haines and
MIm Clalro Pen returned to tholr
homes In Ban Francisco thl morn
lnR nftor a wook's visit with Mr.
and Mrs. C. U. Vochntzor and broth
ers. Tho pnrty camo by auto and
whllo horo vlsltod Crntor Lake, Mer-
rill and tho Mnlln country and woro
very much ploascd with Klamath
county, Thoy will probably Tcturti
in tho near futuro to locate
MOVIK MUHIC1ANH IN
.V. V. AUK IHKCII.lltfUHi
NK WYOHK, July 29. Musician
In ovory loading vaudovlllo and movie
thoatro hero havo bocu Rlvon 2 wookg
notlco of discharge becnuso the direc
tors of tho musicians union refused
to discuss n proposal for n 20 percent
CAMfcm.WA HOSK (iOKH
TO HKLdlAN OAHDKXH,
LOS ANOKLKS, Cnl., July 29. A
whlto Klllarnoy rose, which attract
ed tho nttontlon of King Albert nnd
Qucon Wllholmn of UolRlum when
thoy visited Los Angeles mpro than
u yenr ago, Is to bo dug up this fall
nnd sont to UolRlum for transplant
ing In tho roynl pardons.
man powku htui'i'
POUTLAND. July 29. Murder hns
nothing on tho poison whlskoy made
by Ah Sing in his tin still on n John
son creek ranch, say Doputy Shor
Iff Joseph Deeroan.
"That stuff Is tho closest ring to
murdor I over saw," said Iloomnn,
polntliiR to tho 10 gallons of whls
Koy ho nnd Deputy Shorlff Chrlst
oftorson found Saturday night nt Ah
In addition (o tho CO-gallon tin
Htlll, tho offlcor found about 100
pounds of somo mysterious loaf,
which tho Chlnnmnn was mixing with
corn, bnrloy,"ryo and rlco, to mnko
This U tho first tlmo In tho history
of tho shorlft's otflco that a China
man hus boon discovered moklpg corn
whiskey. Thov tronornlly conflno tholr
oporatl6ns. to making saki out of
Many and varied are
the excuses offered
by Klamath citizens for not
Helping to Drill a Well
We spend hours of our time answering these ex
cuses: Explaining the things which so many seem to mis
understand; and telling interested persons
WHY WE BELIEVE THERE IS OIL IN KLA
MATH. WHY WE HAVE INVESTED IN N. C. O.
WHY WE BELIEVE EVERYONE IN KLA-'
Help Drill a Well
If you have an excuse, give us an opportunity to
' If you have no excuse, sign this application and '
mail us your check today.
or call at S32
Nortborn Cal. Oil Co., Klamath Falls Ore.
Enclosed chock for 'which please' reserve
for mo Shares' Nv C. O. Stock at ?1.00 per
sharo, for which I. agree to subscribe upon receipt ot
subscription blank. ' (
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