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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 4, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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Oarl Black and Cteorce Wlllttt a
otnpanled hy Mist Marlon Bykes,
HIM Edna Laugh ADct by Mrs, Sam
flyksa drove through town yeelerday,
nronte to tbclr homes In Roe
burr, and stopped to visit for a fw
bonra with friends hero.
Paul Wamplor was In town yes
terday from Odessa on matters ot
C. T. Darloy loft thl morning for
lnf, a imall elation south of1 llrny,
where ho Is dolns; some surveying
Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Winters, Mr
and Mrs. W. II. McPhorrcn. Mr. and
Mrs. J. 8. Karri c and James Mllno
hnvo returned from a two days visit
at Crater lake And Rocky Point.
8. r, Dehllnicer a rancher on the
Merrill rond was In the cltr this
morning; after supplies.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shtpherd burs
returned from an extended business
and pleasure trip Into California.
Clayton Kirk, one of the Influen
tial Indians from tho reservation, wna
In town today attending to matters
A meeting of the fair board has
been ncalled for tonight. At thts
time the - board will organize and
preparo for business.
George Humphrey was In town last
night from Dorrts, where he Is as
Isttlng with the building of a fine
big opera house for tho California
C. A. Speer and wife are stopping
at the White Pelican hotel today
W F. Irwin Is In town from'. Ban
Francisco on business. Ho Is reg
istered at tho White Pelican ho
tel. O. S. Land and nlfo are Klamath
Falls visitors from Portland this
week. They are stopping at tho
White Pelican hotel.
Miss Marie Itambo left this .morn
ing for Medford where she will visit
for the next two months
Miss OUT Whipple who has been
her as the guest ot Mr. and Mrs.
0. M. KUpatrlelc at thslr ranch
home In the Taller, left this morn
ing for Ban Francisco. Attar a tow
days In the Bay city Mlu Whipple
will sail for Ihe Hawaiian Islands.
R. W. Price and family are pleas
ure visitors In Klamath Falls to
- day. Mr. Price Is manager ot tlio
Mallory hotel in Portland, and one
of the managers ot CraUr iko tar
em. C. R. Miller is fat town tor a few
days on business from Pine Ridge.
Mrs W. M. Van Buren, who has
been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Lat
on Stophena and family at their
home south of town, left this morn
ing tor Los Angeles and San Dlcgo
where ahe will visit, for some time
before returning to her home In
Mrs. T. W. Maxey who has been
visiting here nrlth Mrs. M. E. Ryder
for the past week left this morning
for her home In Treka.
The Misses Vlrlan and Beatrice.
Campbell of Lakevlew arrived last
night and left this morning for
Corvallls -where they will visit for
a time. They were the guosts of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Poole last night.
Ned Wortblngton, son of D. II.
Worthlngton, left this morning for
San Francisco after a week's visit
with friends here. Mr. Wortblngton
expects to accept a position on the
Sports staff of the San Francisco
Mrs. H. T. Harper Mrs. 0. H.
Richardson, Miss Helen Harper,
Graham Harper and A. T. Davis are
a party of distinguished tourists who
are In town today from San Fran
cisco. M. T. Harper, is a director
of the Standard Oil company.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. R. Tregea are reg
istered, at the White Pelican hotel
from Berkeley, California.
Mrs. E. Cole was a passenger on
the south bound train this morning
on her way to Rochester, New York
after an extended visit here with
her brother, E. Otis and family.
Miss Rose Anne Ho wo returned to
her home In St, Louis this morn
ing after a week's visit with her cou
sin, Miss Juanlta Howe, who is em
ployed here with the United States
John Melr accompanied by his
nephew, Frank, returned yesterday
from an extended outing at Stiver
Mr, and Mrs. W. A. Harris left
this morning for an extonded auto
mobile trip Into Canada. Mr. Harris
Is the proprietor; ot the Mecca Peel
J. B. Bratton has returned . from
a three weeks trip to Macdoel and
other northern California points. ;
L. D. Jackson of Spring lako was
tn town yesterday .purchasing1 jiup
plles for bis ransh.'
John Coleman made 'si trip .into
town yesterday from his ranch" on
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Mooro Brother of Poo valley wcro
in town yesterday on business.
Charles Mooro who has b.un camp
ing with his family at Diamond lako
for the past two weeks Is In town
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sutton who hnvo
a flno ranch. on-Lower Klamath river
wero In town yosterday afternoon.
Joseph Ottoman of Mai In wns In
the county seat this morning after
Mrs. Joseph F. lochncr and dauRh
ter, Margarlto, arrived from Port
land last oTonlng for a visit with
Mrs. Lochnor's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
G. W. Mason, who rosldo at Peli
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Dolap and Mr.
and Mrs. Charles DeLap returned
yesterday from Now Pine Creek
where they spent a fow hours. On
Sunday they attended tho Baptist
Fifth Sunday meotlng at Crane
creek at which T. E. Griffith, v F,
Slmmoni and Walter Hurd spoke. Mr
DeLap reports that tho country ho
and his family visited wet very
pretty and that the crops were es
pecially tine there this year. The
New Pine country is a narrow Tailor
lying betwoon the mountains nud
Sydney Smith, of the Warren Con
struction company, who I In. chargo
of the road work nbov Algomn .'s
In town today on bnslnos.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schubert Jr.,
are being congratulated on tho birth
ot a baby girl yesterday ovenlng.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Akin of Me
Mlnvilte, Oregon, aro tho guests ot
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Beck. Mrs.
Akin is tho sister ot Mrs. Beck.
Miss Clara Calkins and Charles
DeLap are piloting two cars with
Misses Hazel Fry, OctaTla DeLap, and
their guests Irene Catlln, Harriet and
Marjory Tuft and Helen Smith of
Berkeley, on a camping trip to Cra
ter lake. On the return Journey
the girls will stop at, Rock crook for
a few day.
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Wells have
moved to Lakevlew from Shipping
ton where they have lived for tho
past few years.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Piath, who
were well-known Klamath residents
until a year or so ago aro going to
make their home in San Francisco
and havo sent up for their furnlturo
which has been stored here.
T. M. Bratcber took his wife and
small daughter, Melba, to Rocky
Point for a week's outing yesterday.
Mr. .Bratcher returned today.
Mrs. E. T. Ludd'en returned last
night from an extended visit In
Portland. Tomorrow Mr. and Mrs.
Ludden and their small son orpoct
to start on a camping trip to bogone
s overs I days.
Clarence Williams left this morn
ing for Berkeley- to continue his stu
dies at tho University ot California.
W. W. Pronty Is a Klamath Falls
visitor from Medford this weok.
The Sale Will Continue
Special Wash Dress Sale
JUST THE SALE THE CAREFUL BUYER HAS
BEEN WAITING FOR! NOW'S YOUR CHANCE!
ALL OF LA VOGUES' ORGANDIE AND VOILE
DRESSES REDUCED AT COST AND LESS!
POSITION WANTED -Capable girl
desires work such as copying etc.
in soma office. Box O. B. Herald of
A good bed and a good bath at
uoioninl rooms, nth near Main St.,
and at Colonial annex, 741 Walnut
Avo. All outsldo airy, rooms. 4
Children's canvas slippers, patent
Mary Janes and Imrofooot sandals on
snlo at EVANS SHOE CO., 727 Main
FOR RENT 4 -room furnished apart-
mont, wiin gnragc. No chlldron.
416 S. Rlvorsldc. Phono 192-M. 4-G
KOIl RENT Now 3-room partly
furnished house. Rent reasonable
Call 260-J, aftor S o'clock, ask for
Let Evans sew tho rips
And patch tho holes,
Build up tho heols
And savo your soles.
EVANS FOR SHOE REPAIRING
727 Main St. 4-0
FOR SALE Used Dodge Roadstor.
Dunham Auto Co. 4-10
Think ot Evans for Shoo Repair
ing, 727 Main St. 4-6
Nicely furnished 3 'room apart
ments, 25.00 and $30.00 por month.
Unfurnished Apartments, $20.00,
$25.00 and $30.00. 4
Nearly new building, plastered,
clean, all screened, coment walks,
nlco lawn, all outside rooms.
New rates effective Aug. 1st. wator
St. Francis Apartment
028 Oak Street
Mrs. Myrtle Anderson, Apt. O
APARTMENT FOR RENT.
!pts. 126 N. 8th St.
All tin grade
Coata reduced to
Kvrry Mmock In
the howin irduc-
EVERY HAT IN THE HOUSE
1 -2 THE ORIGINAL PRICE !
UNTIL ALL OF OUR SUMMER HATS ARE
MOVED AND ROOM MADE FOR THE INCOM
ING SHIPMENTS OF FALL GOODS. SUMMER IS
STILL HERE, AND WHY NOT SECURE ONE OF
OUR SELECTIONS AT
MAIN IlKfigMLSpgMl MAIN
AT liMn AT
FIFTH isf iWayi ilTflHl FIFTH
Htorm in Klamath Falls, Cl'ilco, Orovllle, Marys t 1 1,., Itc.l llliilf mid t.'nrnliig.
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FOR RENT Owner will exchango
rent ot nlooly furnished home'' for
his board. Seo Morrlseau at Klamath
Cash Qrocory. 4
Wo will help you cut the high cost
ot living by remaking your worn
shoes. Get double tho wonr out of
them by having them repaired at
THE EVANS SHOE CO. Repair
OREGON Tonight and Friday,
fair; moderate westerly winds.
LOST At cor. of 3rd and Klamath,
a young Fox terrier puppy. Re
ward It, returned to 221 80. 3rd St.
Colonial ono room cabins for
housekeeping, 11th near Main St.
and 741 Walnut Ave. 4
Buy a pair ot Buckbecht army
shoes and get more miles for your
money. EVANS SHOE CO., 727
Main St. ' 4-0
FOR RENT SJroom furnishod
house.. 1021 Wash. 4
FOR TRADE A good car, will
trade for vacant lot or houso and
lot. See Bratcher, Ewauna Motors.
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Charles Dickens' Famous Story of the
"A TALE OF TVfO CITIES"
Starring the screen's greatest Dramatic star
This is acknowledged one of tho greateat "character parts ever
taken by Mr. Farnum, nnd in this story lie plays a dual role.
Between the Shows
will entertain us with some songs we all
love, "Where the River Shannon Flows"
and "My Wild Irish Rose."
Leave Your Filttvs
'Before 9 OclocK-Your
AM- Picture am ready ac S
KLAMATH FALLS OREGON
WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE
UY THEIR DRUGS
IN SHOP PRICES
Monday, August 8th
The Following Price List
Will Be in Effect:
Shave - 25c
Shine - 15c
No reduction has been made in
the wages of our employes.
No change in working hours.
L. J. BEAN, Prop.
626 Main St. .