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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 10, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
WKHOBWAT, AUGUST 10, 1M1
Mrs. Hiel Andorson and Mr.
Charles Ogla havo roturnod from a
ten dara' vacation trip. Whllo
war tber vlsltod with friends In
Busanvllle, Reno, Sacramento anil
Mm. T. R. Bkllllngton and daugh
ter, Dorothy, baro returned from
Ban Francisco whero thoy spent sov-
rat days visiting friends and rola
Lot! Griffith wan a county seat
Tlsttor yesterday from his ranch In
Mr. C. N. Snow who has a ranch
on the Merrill road purchased sup
Plica from Klamath Fnlls tuor-
chanta yesterday afternoon.
Miss Lorlnda Sauber -was In town
yesterday afternoon from tho ngou
cy on a shopping 'tonr.
Louis Pankey was in town yes
terday from Yiflnax otter supplies
for his large stock farm. ' l
T. N. Case, a prosperous farmer
from Mt. Lakl, was a city visitor
Charles Honxlk left this morning
for Berkeley where ho will resume
his studies In the University of Cal
ifornia. Dave McAulitfe was a county scat
business visitor yesterday from tho
Mr. and Mr. L. E. Conkltn ac
companied by their daughter, Mies
Margaret, stopped over In this city
Oast night to visit with friends tor
few hour. They proceeded tj
their Journey this morning expect
lna to roach Berkeley within tho
nest few days. Miss Conklln, whoso
homo U in Portland, is a student
at the University of California,
Mis Mary McComb drove Into
terwn yeaterday from her ranch
home on the Merrill road after sup
Mr. and Mr. E. R. Danner and
Mr. and Mr. Will Robinson and
family left yesterday for Crater
lake where thoy will enjoy several
Phillip Hearth, Perry Barr and
Keith Wright, are all here from
Roaeburg for a few day visit with
Mrs. W. B. Btagg and daughter
left thla morning for Weed, Califor
nia- where they will spend several
Mr. Alice Better accompanied by
Mary 'Jane BarMey, left this' morn
ing for Portland after a few days
E. J. Heaaeltlne waa in town late
last evening from his ranch on the
.Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Ess and
daughters were city visitors this
morning from their ranch home in
the Plevna district.
J. C. Jarvia, left on. the stage this
morning for Crater lake and Rocky
Point on a three or four days out
O. D. Burke left this morning for
Bedford. Ho was accompanied by
Mlas Ruth and Hazel Chapln. of
York, Nebraska, -who will take the
trsla from Medford for their home
in the east. They have been in
Klamath Falls for the past ten days
as the guests of Mrs. Percy Burko.
Roy Patrick, who has been here
vtstUig his annt, Mr. Joe Moore,
(or the past month left this morn
ing for his home in Roseburg.
Fred Leonette was a passenger on
this morning's train bound for
' George Stevenson Is spending the
day in Medford with the chamber
of commerce party.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Coniey and
family left this morning for San
Diego where they plan on making
their future home.
Mlas Hazel Fry and Octavia De
Lap with the Misses Harriett and
Marjorie Tuft, Helen Smlht .and
Irene Catlin, who are tbolr guests
from Berkeley, California, return
ed last night from Crator lake and
Rock Creek after nearly a wook's
Mr. and Mm. F. M. Price, who
brivo boen horn visiting tholr son,
King Price, and family left this
morning tor Ashland where they
will visit with another son boforo
going on to tbolr home In Chlco,
Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Chllcoto and
family left this morning for an ox
tended trip Into southern Washing
ton. Thoy will spond somo tlmo
nlong tho Doschtitei rlvor and will bo"
back homo about Soptombor 1.
Mrs. J. M. llurgcsa of California,
who htm boen tioro for tho past
mouth ns the guest of Vlolot A. Pal
mor nt Pine Hldge, left this morn
ing on'hcr return trip. Mr. and Mrs.
Ted Falk and Miss Palmer accompan
ied her to town from rlno nidge
Thomas 11. Ncm and P. O. Crnw
ford of tho California Oregon Power
company, arrived last night from
San Francisco to look after company
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moorland nnd
family returnod last evening from
tholr summer camp nt Hocky Point.
OOOUMT THEATRE IN TOWN
Formerly the Moadale
UM Main St.
THE 1110 ALASKAN PI
"The Iron Stra
THE (JUMPS CARTOON
Andy and "Oh, Mini"
AND A GOOD COMEDY
QUEER SEA SPECIMEN
VENN1CE, Cal Aug. 10. A
strange, specimen of marine llfo
which for soveral days on exhibit
here has not been classified in any
of tho three groups of fish, fowl
or good red-herring, has been Iden
tified at last as a crustacean fern.
The plant, which for a tlmo here
was thought to bo a new form of
"sea monster," camo ashoro as a
result, It Is thought, of a marlno
disturbance which evidently dam
aged tho marlno gardens known to
llo oft tho Vcnlco shore. Other
specimens of ferns have bcon torn
looso and a collection has been
made for scientific study and cxhl
A good bed nnd a goo6 bath at
Colonial rooms. 11th near Main St.,
and at Colonial annex, 741 Walnut
Avo. All outsldo airy rooms. 10,
FOR SALE OR TRADE Ford bug. I
Will take equity In small Incomo
property. Inquire Mclby Winters
Jewelry store. 10-16
FOR RENT Nlcoly furnished three
Room house on high school hill
In oxchango for my board. Soo Mor-
rlseau at Klamath Cash Grocery. 10
New Fall Styles
and Staple Merchandise at
Many Other Lines of New Goods Arriving Daily
"THE WOMEN'S FASHION CENTER"
FOR RENT 2 room furnished ap
artment, prlvato bath. Kellogg
House, 813 Pine . 10
FOR SALE O. K. (warehouse, 3 to
4 p. m.; Majostlc range, used 6
months, heaton, bed-mattress, gar
den toots, other furniture. 10-11
NINE CHOI'S OF CLOVER
REDDINO, Cal., Aug. 10. O. II.
Crooks Ilappr Valley farmer, be
lieves he will bo closo to a record
In clover raising at tho end of the
year as he has cut six crops' thus far
and Is confident he wilt be able to
harvest three more.
Make that Idle dollar work!
It la the bank. .
too Darometrtc pressure, as
corded by the Cyclo-Storma-.
graph, at Underwood's Pharma
cy, contlnuea at a high level, In
dicating, a continuance of pre
sent weather conditions, with
Jrobably warmer weather to
morrow. Forecast for next 24 heurs:
Fair and worm.
Tho Tycos recording ther
mometer shows the following
maximum and minimum tem
l.ow, SO; High', 83. (Reading
takon at 2 p. m.)
WEATHER RECORD I
Hereafter The Herald will publish
the mean and maximum tempera
ures and precipitation record aa tak
en by the U. S. Reclamation service
taUon. Publication will cover the
day prevlona to the paper's Issue, up
to b o ciock of the day.
Aug. 2 ,
Aug 6 94
Aug. 7 .. 96
Aug. 8 87
Aug. 9 .... .. 88
For most people the best
part of a meal is tho des
Ice Cream has proved to be
tho most popular "last
course" In tho average
As an "After the Theater"
treat Klamath Falls Cream
ery Ice Cream Is doubly ap
preciated. Don't say "soup to nuts"
say "soup to Ico cream."
ISMS Main St.
LIQUID VENEEK 60c bottles, 40c;
30c sue. 20c. W. E. and J. E.
Patterson, 127 Fourth street.
FOR RENT 3 room furnished house
$25 a month. 1021 Washington.
FURNITURE FOR SALE and honso
for rent. 230 N. 9th street. Phono
FOR RENT New and. up-to-date I
Office rooms and appartmenta.i
winter uuiiciing. 10-12
QET VOUR AUTO Enamel at W. E.
and J. EJ. Patterson's. 137 4th
WANTED AT ONCE Woman to
cook and care (or dining room.
Call 15P13. 10-11'
11921 490-Chevrolet. fully
equipped with accessories. New car
1 1918-Bulck Six.
tires. Car A-l condition.
1 1918-Bulck Four, guaranteed
first class condition. Real bargain.
Inquire of J. C. WRIOIIT OR
DUICK SALES AND SERVICE CO.
7TH. AND KItAMATII AVE.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room
in furnace' heated home. Oath and
telepbono privileges, 2 blocks from
Main. Mrts Wilbur Jones. 2nd and
NEW YARNS FOR FALL
Germantown, Shetland Floss,
Knitting yarn and Saxony. All
the wanted shades now in
BLEACHED MUSLIN 16 2-3
A medium grade of Muslin
full yard wide, very special.
fUunn.n.i i.r r n.no.1 n- n r r r r --r r " r- i" r "--' -..
JAPANESE CREPE 35c
Very popular at present for
Smocks, Aprons, Dresses. Nov
elty and staple colors.
BOY'S BLOUSES 69c
Formerly sold ,f or $1.00. Most
ly large sizes.
RED CROSS GAUZE 10c '
Full yard wide, formerly sold
ALL WHITE GOODS RE
DUCED Voiles, Flaxon, Batiste, and
HAIR SWITCHES $6.50
First quality hair and in wavy
.effects, well worth $10.
CHILDENS SOX 39c
Highly mercerized in combi
nation of colors formerly 50c
NEW FELT HATS
Early fall styles in novelty
felts in high colors, $3.50 to
NEW FEATHER HATS
Feather hats are much in
.vogue for autumn wear. Spe
cial showing $2.95 to $5.95.
WOMEN BRASS1ERS 35c
Comes in flesh color only, well
NEW FALL RIBBONS. LOW
New lino of Salin Ribbons in
plain shades. New lower
RED AND GREEN FLAN
Very popular for middy's
one-half last year's
FOUND Sunday an Oakland or
Scrlpps-Ilooth crank. Ownor may
bavo same by calling nt this pfflco
and paying for this ad. 10-13
FOR RENT New and up-to- dnte
office rooms and appartmonts.
Wlntors Dultdlng. 10-12
HCEMU ItAHtiE TRIP. UPPER KI.A
MATH IjAKE, AUtiUHT lll-tl
Faro 12 round trip, Incluudlng war
tax. 'Call E49W for reservations.
Two day trip. Dancing Free. 10-12
JST I lir Iff I Vi
rir& in. "Your Ftltrs at"3
at 5 RK the
, j5atte davr
'Yourself and Ladies
are invited to attend an
Open Air Dancing Party
at Dreamland Pavilion
Thursday, the Eleventh day of
August, one thousand nine
Dancing at nine
Bring your Elk friends
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UN KLAMATH FALL5 OREdOH
I V-7 VYHRRE: PARTICULAR PEOPLE Tjln, I
N. C. O.
Phone 577J 111
MR. WRIGHT will call on you
with full details of our Stock
lfriFfir:i BUr THEIR DRUGS. K5SSS51