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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 30, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
SATURDAY, JULY M 1021
If you will let your money talk to us,
We will make our prices talk to you
AND THE NET RESULT OF THE CONVERSATION WILL BE MORE BUILDINGS, MORE PAY
ROLLS, MORE PROSPERITY, AND A BOOM IN "MADE IN KLAMATH FALLS PRODUCTS."
A New Price List Goes Into Effect Monday, August 1st.
AND IT SETS A NEW LOW-WATER-MARK IN PRICES ON LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIALS.
HERE ARE SOME LEADERS :
8d Common Nails, ($7.50 per keg) per lb. .08c.
13x4 Common Pine Ceiling, per 1000 ft. $15.00.
1x6 Clear Fir, "Two Lap Rustic," per 1000 ft.
Black or Galvenized Wire Screen, per sq. ft. .04c.
Screen Door Sets, each 40c.
"Amiwud" Wall Board, per suare foot .04c.
One Ply "Guard" Roofing, per roll, (100 sq. ft.)
Three Ply "Certainteed" Roofing, per roll, (100
sq. ft.) $3.25.
"Malthoid" Roof. Paint or Lap Cement, per gal
13-16x2 1-4 Clear Maple Flooring, per 1000 ft.
MANY ITEMS ARE QUOTED BELOW PRESENT REPLACEMENT COSTS, . AND PRICES ARE
IN EFFECT ONLY WHILE STOCK LASTS.
Build, Repair and Remodel Now!
LAKESIDE LUMBER CO.
MONEY SAVERS FOR BUILDERS.
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' Personal Mention
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Furber and
their ,four children returned yester
day from a two weeks camping trip.
The party went first to Four Mile
creek where a camp was made (or
Mm. Furber and the children while
Mr. Furber and George Turner went
on to Dine canyon and the south
fork of Rogue Hirer to fish. They
report a delightful time and all
the fish they could use during the
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stemwell
leare tomorrow morning for Richard
soa Hot Springs, near Cblco, Cat,
tor a month's stay. Mr. Stemwell
aopea the change and treatment will
benefit the rheumatism with which
he Is afflicted.
Miss Gladys Weston, who has been
teaching in the Malln school, left
thls'raornlng for Cbico.
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Winters, James
Milne and J. S. Hornlck left 'this
afternoon' for Crater lako and will
return tomorrow evening.
W. P. Parker, of the Klamath De
velopment company, left this morning
for San Francisco on matters of busl
Tieis. Mm. M. P. Mlckler, who has been
here from Florida for the past week
as the , guest of 'Mrs. George Merry
man, left this morning for her home
In the south.
S. L. Kidder, post office Inspector
left for his home In Roseburg this
morning after an official visit to
post offices in this county and at
.Miss Mildred Thrasher, her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. George Thrasher,
and her undo and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Thrasher, will cave for Cra
ter Lake this afternoon.
Mrs. Tom Lynch and Mrs. Young
aro county seat vl'!jfra today; from
their homes In MeVJlll. - '
Mr. and Mrs. Carey Ramsby left
this morning for Rocky Point to
spend a few days.
Earl O. Rronaugb, a well known
attorney from Portland, who has
-becti hero on business, loft this morn
log for bis home.
George Agor, who operates a
ranch on tho Keno road, .was In town
this morning purchasing supplies.
Horry Stilts Is in town from Corn
inir. Calif. on businoss. Recently Mr.
43Ulta lost 'the mill 'h- was interested
la at Corning, when It was destroyed
Frank Stowart was a county seat
visitor from his ranch In the valley
E. E. Magce, of Underwood's Phar
macy, will leave tomorrow morning
for Portland, where he will attend
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. DeLap and Mr.
and Mrs. Charles DeLap left this
morning for New Pine creek for a
few days visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Grant Nelson and)
Miss Helen Caldwell were In town
yesterday from their ranch home
near Worden, Oregon.
J. C Johnston was in town yester
day from the Pelican Bay, lumber
camp on the Upper lake.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Goldsmith left
Mrs. Frances Lyon nnd Margaret
C Muggins are Lo Angeles folk who
are visiting In Klamath Falls for a
Sir. and Mrs. V. K. Carthers ar
rived yesterday from Oakland, Cali
fornia, and are registered at the
White Pelican hotel.
Dr. Charles L. Coleman and Dr.
Charles McVey, both of Oakland carao
In from Rocky Point yesterday after
noon where they have been fishing
for the past few weeks, and left this
morning for their homes In Califor
nia. Dr. E. G. Simons, who has been at
Rocky Point for tho past three weeks
fishing, left this morning for Oak
land, California. It was with part of
this morning by auto for a ten days Kh, hns; tackle that Dr. Sykes
camping trip. Before returning thoy ""tt "" cwm ui wi ,
.will Visit Tillamook Ad Portland and I Simons reports that he fished
other cities in the northern part of ' almost night and day after that In a
Silas Obenchaln and family aro
county seat visitors from Langell val
Joy. L. J. Dean expects to go to the
Lake o' tbo Woods tomorrow on busl-j
nrss connected Ith the sportsmen's
T. L. Stanley, secretary of tbo
Chamber of Commerce left
vain attempt to equal Dr.
catch, but .was unsuccessful.
Mooseheart Lodge 467, tbo ladles
auxiliary to the local Mooso lodgo,
will conduct their first annual picnic
tomorrow to Rock Creek and will
leave the lodgo headquarters at 8
this o'clock sharp In both trucks and
morning for Palo Alto, where bo will j touring cars. A basket dinner provld
talfo a special course for secretaries, I cd by the ladles will be served and
which Is to be given next week by the each and every family who attends
University of Leland Stanford Jr. nas been asked to bring along a
J(. Wi Tower and family wero
county scat visitors yesterday from
Mrs. R. E. Ilunsakcr, Joss Hunsak-
cr and a party of friends left yes
terday for the Lake o' tho Woods,
where they will spend several days.
Miss Daisy Durch Is hero from
Corning for a visit with Mr. and Mrs.
R. V. Es3 and family made a busi
ness trip Into town yesterday from
.their ranch home In the Plevna dis
trict. L. L. Htlne and family wilt lcavo
tomorrow for Lakawood, Ohio, where
they will make their home. Thoy ex
pect to make the trip In their car.
Miss Nell Lombard, who has been
attondlng summer school at the Un
iversity of Leland Stanford Jr., will
arrlro hero tomorrow night for a
visit with Miss fkna Drlscoll, before
continuing to 1M homo in Eugene.
Miss Lombard taught school at Dly a
few years ago,
Ooorgo P. Hughes of Ban Francisco
is registered at tho White Pelican
"bachelor Moose1' as a plentiful sup
ply of tho fairer sex will be present
to mako the outing Interesting,
The Cyclo-Stormagraph at Un
derwood's Pharmacy continues
to roglster a high barometric
' pressuro, although, thoro has
been a slight downward tenden
cy since noon today.
Forecast for next 24 heurs:
Continued fair and warm.
Temperatures recorded dV tho
Tycos thermometer teday:
(Reading taken .at 2 p. m.)
NO HAH FOR FLYKIU3, ,
AIR PATROL IH8UONTI.VtMCI
PORTLAND, July 30. Forost of
ficials today discontinued the forost
aerial patrol owing to gasollno nbort
age. The shortage, they said, is oaly
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