The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, August 05, 1921, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2

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TODAY, AUGUST 8, lWSl
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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The Evening Herald
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.Editor
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Get Those Economy and Mason Jars
'For Canning Purposes From
Baldwin Hardware Co.
. We are offering these Jars at a
Discount of 15 Per Cent while they last
Editor
Pabllsked .tally except Bandar, by
Herald Publishing Company ot
Baaui
id ram, at iiv Eighth street.
Batered at the poitotflce at Kin
Mta Tails, Or., for transmission
pfcntgb. the stalls as, second-class
saatter.
Bit OF TH 06OCIATKD
PRESAa
Tfce Associated Fran li excluiWnly
Mtltled to the for republication
f ail aewa 'dlipatehea credited to It.
r aat otherwlie credited In thla
MMr, and alio the local new pub-
ner
herein.
FRIDAT, AUGC8T. R, 1031
Personal Mention
Mr .and Mrs. Nathan K. Gotten
of Dee Moines, Iowa, left thla morn
lag for that city after a trip to
Medford and Crater Lake. They
were gaeeta at the White Pelican
hotel last night.
W. H. Lsramus, western roproiuin-
stlre of the American Hoist and
Derrick company of St. Paul, and
;. U Brlnek, chief engineer tor tho
aaaie company, left thla morning
attar a few lays' buslnesa visit here.
.They ware looking over the field j
hare with the expectation of In
stalling American, log loaders In
Klamath county logging
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1 LCN FINNCY5 ICE WAGON BROKE DoWM OUST AS HB
pi REACHED THE TOP OF MUuBERKY MILL THIS NOCN
) Mia Bert Shaffer left for Los
Aagelse 'thla morning after a month
event -with her sister, Mrs. Frod
Houston, and family. .
J. . Calaran, field worker for
the boya' and girls' clubs, who has
been here from the state leader's
office at Corral I U for tho last few
days, left tor Salem this morning.
Prank Sexton, county stub leader,
and R. B. 'Wilcox, local leader for
the boya 'and girls' dairy herd club,
left this morning to mako official
.Ttette to Miller Hill. Falrrlew and
the Summers districts.
Mrs. A. R. Campbell was a coun
ty aeat visitor from her ranch on
Oe Lskeview road, purchasing nup-
Tellee.
.Savin Wilson aad family of
OfcUoaala. were elty business visitors
yesterday afternoon.
' Dr. Lois C Bridges returned
Tflesday eveaiag aad has resumed
Mr practice after an extended visit
la Oaliforaia.
Mr .end Mrs. Leslie Terwilllger
tad Mr .aad Mrs., Leo Houston loft
reeterday afternoon for Diamond
take, with the expectation of camp
lag there for two -weeks.
Vincent Jellnck. a Mai la resident,
was Ja the .city yesterday afternoon
ob matters of business.
Mrs. Charles Polk left for Ash
land this morning after a visit ofi
several days here with her son
Perry Polk ,and family.
MIse Letha Driscoll was a passenger
ea the morning train, bound for
Portland, after a visit here with her
slater. Miss Agnes Driscoll, and her
net, Mrs. Jamea Driscoll.
Mr .aad Mrs. H. If. Hart are la
Ue city from Sacramento. Mr. Hart
truer owner of the Doughnut 8bop.
Xhey are stopping at the White Pel
aa hotel .
JJr .and Mrs. Theo Esthers 'and
max xethera are a party of dis
tinguished Baa Francisco folk who.
with their driver, are stopping at
the White Pelican hotel. They will
go oa to Crater Lake.
Miss Rath DeLap Is spending a
few days at the Everett drlimh
ranch oa the Merrill road, below
the Lost river dam. '
. E. Magee of Underwood's
pharmacy arrived home last night
from Portland, where he attended
the national buyers' week. Tho
Portland Journal, In making men
tlon of Mr. Magee's presence in the
oee City, said, "and that reminds
ue that another big fish has been
eaught la Klamath county, weighing
3K pounds, by W. F. Barnum of
Medford.' Mr. Magee said this mor
Blag that lack of time kept him
from looking up the reporter who
wrote the item, aad asking him,
"whadd you mean, big fish?"
H- K. Moo has returned from a
Jaw weeks' business trip to New
XfTK an dotner eastern cltlos. Dur
ing his trip Mr. Moe arr&ngod tor
Jhs) delivery of a new lino of wo
sea's wearing apparel for tho corn
tag season.
George Offield was in town this
morning from his ranch on the Mer
rill road. i
William Chase made a trip into
town today front his home in the
Boaansa district, to look attor
business affairs here.
X H. TIcknor was atteadlng to
business la the county seat this
morning from his ranch east of
here.
John Radeliff, a Merrill resident,
we la Klamath Palls this morning
a awttera of business.
I AT OCR REGULAR
SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARANCE
EVERV RAT AND BLOUSE AT
ONE-HALF PRICE NO RESERVE
CASH FROM ADULTS MILL BE
TAKEN' IX LIEU OF SPUDS
Donation ot SO cents to buy
winter potatoes for' a needy family
by a man who wished bis no mo to
remain secret gave Ted White, man-
agor of tho Strand theater, an idea.
The Strand is running a potato mat
inee tomorrow afternoon, and all
children under 12 will bo admitted
for one potato each. Since ono man
is willing to donate 50 cents to buyl
potatoes, however, Ted thinks there
may bo other adults who would llko
to mako cash contributions. They
will bo received nt tho theater.
FOR SALE I ft. limb or bfty wood.
cut thla scaon, IS. GO per cord de
livered. Phono 1C3.
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I am loaving town, Will sell Tray
Scrlpps-Bootb domomitrutor far "bo
low regular price.
URATCIIER AT KWAUNA MOTORS
("Vour Credit I Good") B
DIPLOMAS READY
Diplomat for pupils who passod
tho recent state examinations have
been received, and may bo obtained
at the office ot the county school
superintendent.
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HANcn AM) STOCK FOR BALE
1C7S head of shoop and lambs. 30
head of cattlo, C horses. 8tock run in
4 fenced pastures, place furnishes
roca nil year around with room for
more stock. Running water In houso,
BOO boarlng fruit trees, largo Irriga
tion plant, and farm machlnory, hay
on hand and growing crop. Price
I3S.000.00 with terms. M. F. Cop
pock, 18 miles south of Matin, Ore
1,32,25,29,1,5
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NEW TODAY
A good bed and a good bath at
Colonial rooms, 11th near Main St.,
and at Colonial annex, 741 Walnut
Ave. All outside airy rooms. S
Will tho two young men who called
upon the operator at Star theatre
about March 5th, 1921 to lenrn mov
ing picture operating and electricity
please write Ray O. Patch, Klamath
Falls, Ore., very Important. 6-11
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FOR sJtLE
1919 Bulck Roadster.
1920 Allen 4 Touring, mechanical
ly perfect
1918 Ford Touring, now rubber.
1915 Ford Touring.
1920 Maxwell Touring, like new.
All these cam guaranteed to bo ll
first class shape.
DRATCHER AT EWAUXA MOTORf
Corn and Tire
("Vour Credit Is Good.") 5
FOR SALE.
11920 ' 490-Chevrolct, fully
equipped with accessories. New car
guarantee.
1 1918-Bulck Six.
tires. Car A-l condition.
Five now
1 1918-Bulck Four, guorantc'cd
first class condition. Real bargain.
Inquire of J. C. WRIOHT OR
BUICK SALES AND SERVICE CO.
7TH. AND KLAMATH AVE.
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FOR SALE 7-foot cut McCormack
binder, A-l condition. Run cut a
short tlmo. Les than half tho price
of a new one. Welter Zetsman,
North side of Miller Hill, Klamath
Falls, Route No. 1. 5-8
YOUNG MAN and mother, wishes
position on ranch. Mother to cook.
Both experienced. Man can milk. Box
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Advertising brings efficiency.
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KLAMATH FALLS OREGON
WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE
BUY THEIF? DRUGS -
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STAGES
Leave Union Taxi office 8 o'clock
I Monday, Wednesday and Friday Mornings : :
rnone .-u ror reservations iarge cars ;;
FOR RHNT n-room furnished
hnuop. $2r, per month, 1021
Washington St. C
FOR RliNT Front bedroom In prl-
vnto family. Dao ot vnth nud phone.
Phono 367-W. C-C
FURNISHED AFAIITMF.NT for
rent. Lorenx Apts 12C N. Cth Ht.
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FURNITURE for 9-room houio for
sale. Fine location for rooming
or boarding houne. A bargain, 80G
Main Bt. S-ll
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For the best iced tea
buy Hilvilla Black.
Mnltc it nccording to the
.directions on the box.
Then pour off into a
glass half filled tuith
coarse tec, siucctcn and
add a slice of lctnon.
Are You Prepared?
Fly Time Is Here
We have a large tock of SCREEN
DOORS in .three designs, to fit all
regular door openings.
These doors are made of clear, kiln
dried, California white pine cov
ered with the best grade of rust
proof, galvanized wire, and put to
gether with hardwood' wedge dow
els a patented process which
makes an exceedingly rigid door.
"THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST"
BIG BASIN LUMBER CO.
"Everything to Build With"
Phone 107 Main & Spring Sts
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AN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION
.CONDUCTED BY :
The Sisters of Charity
. Without Coat or Expense to the City or County
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The Courses of Instruction are according to the
Oregon School Law, and are entirely without Religious
prejudice, and the advantages of training and educa
tion are accorded to pupils without regard to Creed
or Belief,
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Tuition, Day Bcholnrs - W 3.UO per month
ISoard nnd Tuition - , fflO.OO per meath
Tills includes board, laundry untl ordinary mcdlclno. For two children, 125.00
pur month. For doctors' rails tho local fco Is charged.
Music Lessons s;7,oo per month
Roys from O to 11 ywirs, Hoarding Department
SCHOOL REOPENS SEPTEMBER 6, 1921
Address or Apply to SISTER SUPERIOR for
further information.
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