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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 11, 1921)
IU1MMLT AVSUST It, 1IMI
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
MIm Madgo M. Miller and MIm
Clara Patrick of Roseburg, who havo
been sightseeing nt Crater lako and
vicinity, aro in Klamath Falls (or
few days. MIm ratrlrx u a nlcco
of Mn. Joo Moore.
W. K. Ilrown is In town today
from Port Klamath attending to
matter ot business.
Mr. and Mrs. Louts Ilradford left
this morning for the Lake o' tho
Wooda "where they will spend a few
' days nt their summer camp.
Mr. and Mrs. Burl Short and fam-
lly left this morning for tho Lake o
the Woods whoro they will camp
and pick huckleberries for tho next
week or so.
Dr. A. A. Soule and family nro
other Klamath folk who havo choos-
n to pick tholr huckloborrlos at
the Lake o' the Woods. They left
for that pleasure spot yestorday.
Frank Morland and son Albert,
left this morning for San Francisco
where they will spend soTeral days
attending to business affairs.
Jim Btraw Is a county seat visi
tor from his ranch at Odessa.
Russell Alford, one of tho pion
eers ot Klamath county, I back In
town after a visit of several months
with his sons in California.
Don M. Stevenson, and family ar
rived yesterday from Portland in a
fin big Lincoln car, which is car
rying them around the state on a
camping trip. Mr. Stevenson is a
brother of George Stevenson ot this
city and a nephew of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank McCormack. He is the msn
who first took active part In the
reclamation of the Caledonia marsh
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shepherd left
, this morning with a truck load of
Senora talking machines, for east
ern Oregon, where they will spend
about two weeks on business. La'nr
In tho week tho Western Transfer
company will haul a tirak load ot
pianos into the easton part of the
state for them.
Mr. and Mrs. George AlteUion
asd sons Robert and Harold ot San
Francisco, aro here visiting tlnjir
daughter Mrs. Jack Thompson and
family at their home on Conger
avenue. Mr. Robert Altchlson Is a
member of the Merchantlle Trust
company ot San Francisco. ,
Miss Hazel- Kuykendall arrived
tast night from Chicago tor a ica
lion yis'lt with Mrs. Roy Dnrbln ot
this city, and other relatives and
Mr. and Mrs. George Warrens and
children are in the city for be re
mainder ot the week from their
, home at Cedaville.
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Roberts and
three children are registered at the
White Pelican hotel today from Syd
Dr. W. H. Gaddes Is in town to
day from his home at Eagle Ridge.
W. T. Ellis of Marysvllle Is here,
having arrived last night. Ho Is reg
istered at the White Pelican hotel.
F. W. Hogg Is bore from Portland
with a party of friends on a vaca
George A. Duncan, Jr.. and wife
ere In town for a few days from
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Dee and son
left this morning for California
whore they will look for a new. lo
cation. Mr., Dee has been recently
associated with the Klamath Pine
Mr. and Mrs. Jowel left this
morning for Crater lake, Harrlman
Lodgo and Odell lake for a month's
fishing and hunting trip.
Paul Bogardus left for Medford
this morning where ho will join
Mrs. Bogardus for an extended vis
it Mr. and Mrs. Frank Corpenlng
and Luke Walker started out this
morning for an extended fishing trip
to Crescent, Dlamqnd and Crater
lakes. Before returning homo by
way ot Portland they will stop In
Bend for a short time.
R. C. Spink Is In town today on
business from his summer camp on
Mr. and Mrs. Orb Campbell and
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hyland, ranchers
In the Enterprise district, will leave
,today tor Back lake to camp for a
tew 'days and Incidentally gotti
good supply ot huckleberries. !...
W. P. Sedge, who at one time
conducted a gonernt storo at Dairy,
Is hero aRaln after an extended so
journ In California.
Cheater Avory, a rancher un tho
Merrill road was a county scat vis
ttor yesterday attondlng to matters
of business. '
Miss Agusta Puckett who rcsldos
near Kcno was In town on a shop
ping tour yesterday afternoon.
Charles Drew made a trip Into
wn yesterday ovonlng from his
ranch near tho Lost river dam.
E: B. Uyera, who conducts tho
general storo at Olene was a Kla
math Falls visitor yesterday.
'W. E. Scehorn Is In town on a
combined business and ploaauro trip
from 8usanvll!c, California, where
he has mado his homo slnco mov
ing from Klamath Falls.
Fred McKcndreo was in town yes
terday from his ranch homo near
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Akin loft for
tholr homo In McMlnnvlllo this morn
ing after a week's lslt hero with
Mr. nn dMra. W. E. Beck.
Fay Ellison motored down from
CotUge Grove and Is spending a tew
days at tho home of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bock.
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Holdrlck ot
Cbtloquln aro the happy parents of
a baby boy born yesterday. Dr. L.
L. Truax, who Is In charge of the
case reports that tho baby hs been
nsmed Wlillam Edmund, and that
both mother and baby aro doing
Doputy Shorltf Burt Hawkins and
family have lft for a brief vacatlnn
at tho Lake o' the Woods. They
will remain until the end of thf
week fishing and 'ndulglnu In out
dorr qvcrclscs In tho wooded sec
tions ot the district.
II. J. Mattoon has notified friends
he wou'd probably arrive In Kla
math Falls from Santa Cruz, Cali
fornia, about the 16th of this month.
On the trip down south, Mr. Mattoon
had quito an eiporlonce when the
brakes ot his car gavo way wbilo go
ing down a steep hill. Ills It
will return with him.
Here's a big bargain in a fountain syringe. 'A two quart 'she that
sells regularly for $1.50. We have put a special price of 98 cents on
these, for Saturday only. They are made by the Faultless Rubber com
pany and are guaranteed for one year.
Fountain Syringe 98c
ft VV ??sy lili
S'ylotls Cold Cream 00c
Nynla Face Cream Wo
Pond's Cold Cream 40c and ...........70c
Daggett & Ramsdclls 65c and - 48c
Palmollvo Cold Cream Oo
-Cocoa Butter Cold Cream .................. ......eMc
3qulbb's Cold Cream ........BOo
Colgatoa Charmls Cream -BOc
Red Feather Cold Cream ........ ..BOo
Ingram's Milkweed Cream, $1.19 and ..-Me
Pond's Vanishing Cream, ?5cand .. .40c
Woodbury's Facial Cream 60c
Volvetlna Vanishing Cream ...................BOc
Pompelan Day Cream ....v... ........... .60e
2reme Elcaya - .............70c
Mary Qarden Vanishing Cream ...... ....70c
Marrlago licenses were Issued yes
torday to Leonard O. WirU and
I-aura Batsman; and Charles II.
Paulson of Merrill and Miss Jennie
Schoool District No. 1 will receive
sealed bids up to Mondsy, August IS,
at 3 o'clock, from contractors, for
the erection of an addition to the
Shlpplnton School. All bids must
be accompanied by either a certified
check fdr 5 per cont ot amount of
bid or a bidders' bond for 6 per
cent amount ot bid. Address bids to
Ida B. Momyer, Clerk.
IDA B. MOMYER,
11-13 Clerk Dlst. No. 1
Pompelan Bloom - - ...60c
Bird Rouge ..............m...80c
Rouge Dorlne .............. 65c
DJerklss Rouge ..........-..-......- 68c
Mavis Rouge ... ...... ........ . 80c
Mary Garden Rougo .......... ..70c
Rosaline .. ...... .4.. .48o
Veda Rose Roage .-...-...............-.......BOc
Nylotls Faco Powder - -60c
Day Dream Faco Powder ..............78c
DJerklss, 5c and .-...-.......-. .- 1.90
Pussywillow ...... - -...-.-...88c
Pompelan Beauty Powdor .. ..-.....60c
Armand's Face Powder, 50c and -..1.00
Throe Flower ............T-........JOc
Java Rice Powder .....-. ..........60c
Colgatos Talcums ..........Bc
Cha-MIng & Florlent ........... ....-SOc
Mavis Talcum .....-...- . 80c
Pompelan Fragrance SOc
Hill OUUlQ tHIHHHHHltIH(HIHIMHMHIHf llUU
Lady Mary .................... ............. ......40c
Mennen's Talcum .... -..80c
The Skin Requires
Summer's Sun Is trying ou sensitive skins.
Rut, thero aro many safeguards In thp
form of dainty toilet preparations. ,
Lotions, Creams, Powders,
Talcums, Massage Pre
Our stock of such goods Is very complete
and as wo foaturo trudo-markod advertis
ed lines you may ntwnys be sure ot find
ing your favorite brands.
Save tlmo by coming
directly to Our Shop.
Cnmbay Hand Lotion BOo
Nyals Hand 1-otlon - 40o
Hind's llonciy and Almond
Cronm, $1.35 and 60o
Ortontnl Cream - fl.80
Maurlno Beauty Lotion - -BOe
Derma Viva ,- , ..6Bc
Holmes Frostllla BBc
Esppy'n Cream SOc
Ort or olio, 66c ant) Wc
A. D .8. Doodoru ........fl6o
EtOisIW(H)1 e ..a tWJ
dplro Powdor .....8Se
Amoltn, 60c and BOo
Non-Bpl - 880
Velvetlna Powder - 90a
Phelactlno - ..SI Mi
Modono .....f I JO
X Ilatln'a Powdor .............BOe
Volvotlna Depilatory f 1.00
Malvlnn Cream - .........60c
Stlllman's Frecklo Cream BBc
Volvotlna Frocklo Cream BOc
Ptirola Frecklo Cronm 8B0
Othlne, Doublo Strength BI.SO
Horry's Freckle Olntmont .68c
Mnurluo Frecklo Cream 80a
Co-lto-Co Frecklo Cream BOc
Pepsodnnt Tooth Paste .
Poblco Tooth Pasto ......
Colgate Tooth Pasta ....
I'eroxldo Tooth Pasto ....
Nydentn Tooth Paste .....
Wv KLAMATH Tl
WANTED TO BUY Second hand
car. Ford preferred. Call 117
Colonial one room cabins for house
keeping, 11th and Main St, and 741
Walnut Ave. 11
FOR' RENT 4-roora furnished
house, $30 per month. Call 901
Lincoln or Phone 536-M. 11-12
WANTED TO BUY for cash. Refrig
erator. Box E, Herald Office. 11
WANTED Lady or man and wlfo to
work on ranch. W. L. TIngley, R.
F. D. No. 1. 11-12
COOLEST THEATRE Hi TOWN
Formerly the Moadal
1180 Mala St.
THB BIG ALASKAN PICTURE
, "The Iron Strain"
.THE GUMPS CARTOON
Andy and "Oh, Mm!"
1 ANB A GOOD OOMBDV
I PURITY I
WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE
OgY THEIR DRUGS
FOR SALE Vele Sir, Touring.
First class condition. (Terms or
will tsko In small' car. Tel 342-Wl
FOR SALE Pasture snd bay, good
fattening grass, sufficient for 300
head of cattle also 200 tons mixed
red top timothy and wild hay. Ap
ply Mrs. Central!, Bhlpplngton,
phone 356 or Dr. Caddis, Eaglo
nidge Tavern. 11-22
FOR SALE OR TRADE 560 acres
of grazing land on tho Klamath
Marsh. Will take small ranch In
the Klamath valley In part pay
ment, and make terms on bslance.
Address Lock Bos No. 31, Merrill,
FOR SALE Furniture, heating
stove, range, baby buggy, Mason
Jars. Phone 458-H, 301 High Street.
11921 490-Chevrole'.. fully
equipped with accessories. Now car
1 1918-Bulck Six. Flvo
tires. Car A-l condition. ,
WANTED To6 pasiongera for
Portland about Aug. 16. Tol.
A good bed and & guoo. bath at
Colonial rooms, 11th near Main St.,
and at Colonial annox, 741 Walnut
Avo. All outsldo airy rooms. 11
Klamath Falls Lodge 1247,
B. P. O, E. has a Dancing
At N.lne P. M. at
vilion' For your special
Benefit and Dollgbt
Meet Us There
The cost Is 1,10.
Our Elk Ladles Will Dance
with you, Como.
B. P. O. E. 1247
FOR SALE: Ford bug. Bargain for
cash. See Melby, Winters Jewelry
1 1918-Bulck Four, guaranteed
first class condition. Roal bargain.
Inqulro of J. C. WRIGHT OR
BUICK 8ALK8 AND SERVICE CO.
7TH. AND KLAMATH AVE.
Gee, but it's hotl"
You won't say that if
you visit the Maze, where it
is cool and comfortable
and where you can get
those delicious ice cold
drinks and ices that are so
refreshing on warm days, .
7th and Main Sts.
HC'KNIO HARGKTRIP, UPPKK KLA-
MATH LAKE, AUGUST 1IMI
Faro $2 round trip, Incluudlng war
tax. Call 649W for reservations.
Two day trip. Dancing Froo. 10-12
THE CLARICE at 419 .10th St
Newly furnished. Room and
board. Home rooking. "Live and let
live" ratrs. Tel. 34 2-W. 11-13
POUND Sunday an Oakland or
Srrlpps-Iiooth cranky Owner may
havo same by calling at this office
and paying for this ad. 10-13
FOR RENT Now and up-to- dato
offtoo rooms and appartments.
Winters Building. 10-12
1,1,1 11 1 .i.n
N. G O.
Phone 577-J sLMgr.,
MR. WRIGHT will call on you
with full details of our Stock
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