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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 15, 1921)
MOXDAT, AUOL'ST IB, 1NS1.
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
Twenty-five Years Ago In Unkville
able Assurance society ot New
York, ot which John Houston has
boon tho representative for jSome
time, "will operate ngoneral Insurv
nrico business with" Nfflce tln the
Bugarman block. Will .Houston has
but recently roturnetf from Califor
nia whore ho and his family had
PORTLAND, (Aug. lB.-r-Cattle
Steady and unchanged; hogs IS
cents' lowor, prime light .IU.7S and,'
il2.2S; sheep steady and unchang
ed. ' '
1 WEATHER RECORD I
3ft mniKAy.--.'...x... Editor
Hereafter The Herald .will publith
SOCIiK CKr Editor
the mean and maximum tempera-
urea ana precipitation recora' as tax
en by the U. 8. Iloolamatton service
tatlon. Publication win cover tho
day previous to the paper's Issue, up
Published. Aftr except 8unday, by
The Herald Publishing Company ot
Daauth Falls. afll Eighth StrMt.
statered at tbo postottlce at Kla
auth Falls, ,.Oro..Jor transmission,
through thi) malls m socoad-class
Make that idle doxtar work I Pit
to 6 o'ciocx ot toe day.
It la the bank.
bean for tho wlntor.
Aug. 1 ...."...... 88
Aug. S ..... 16
Aug. S 8t
Aug. 4 ,89
Aug. C BO
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Ttia Associated Pres Is exclusively
ntltlad to the ana for republication
et all news dltpatcbaa credited to It
r not otherwise credited In this
Mttr, and alto tba local we' pub
ttshsr herein. , ,
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Aug. 10 .....
Judito and Mrs. D. V. Kuyken
dail and sons, John, Bill and Ver
non left tbla morning for Crescent
City and other coast 'points expect
ing to bo tone brer a month. Thoy
will attend the Elks atate conven
tion at Mnrshrield before coming
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Payno are
In tbo city from Los Angeles on
, a pleasure trip. '
Jamos Blair and It. H. Cook re
turned last evening from a three
day's business and pleasnro trip at
Crater lake. Mr. Cook roports
that he got a lot ot flnejiow views
ot the lako by moonlight, at sun
rise and at midday.
Mr. and Mrs. Thornburn Rosa
and Mr. and Mrs. Llndaloy W.
Rosa are a party ot tourists who
stopped otor In town last night on
their way to Crater lake from Port-
Mr. and Mrs. J.S. Jordan and
Mrs. Jordan's mother, Mrs. E. T.
Payne and daughter Elizabeth,
drore "over from Ashland yester
day and oro spending a part ot to
day with Mrs. Payne's alster, Mr.
Frank Daver, Investigator for the
atata Industrial accident commis
sion .arrived last night from Salem
ud will be here attending to busi
est connected with his position for
the nest few days.
' 'CO. Cross and family arrived
yesterday from 8an Freifcisco and
axe stopping at 'the White Pelican
. hotel for a brjet time. ,
P. 8. Puckett Uin "town attend
lng to matters of business from his
home on Recreation creek.
Frank Bryant and Fred Nltachelm
left yesterday for an extended vis
it at the Lake o'-the Woods.
Mr. and Mrs. Jackson 'imroel
case Into town early this morning,
from their ranch four miles east
of town, after their new harvester
which was shipped In recently.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Low and son
Lloyd, Mr. add Mrs. John Siemens,
Mr. and Mrs. Rex McMillan and
Mies Maud Jones spent 'yesterday
picnicking at Clover crook and la
ter they drove to 'Dofrls
Mr. and Mrs. 1L-J. Hattoon have
returned from a vacation trip to
Lloyd DeLap and -Austin Hayden
mam a business trip to Bonanza
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Collier and
Miss Erangelln Foster were In
town Saturday evening from Swan
lake valley. Upon their return to
the mill they were accompanied by
Miss Marjorle Delzcll who will
spend a few days visiting there.
Walter Ward and -wife and Mil
dred Belhn spent Sunday at Cra
ter lake. i
Mrs. F. V. Smith and Mrs. Mar
ion Nine left this morning for a
visit with relatives and friends In
New York and Indianapolis.
D. M. MeLemore 'left this morn
ing for Oakland, California, after a
visit of several days here with his
family who oro spending their sum
mer vseation on the Upper lake.
Mlas Marjorle Hibbert, who has
been here for some time as the
house guest ot Mrs- W. Pomroy,
left this' morning for her home In
Mr. and Mrs. Del Gannon were
out for the day in their motor boat
Sunday, with Mr, and Mrs. A, L.
Leavitt and daughter, Maybelle, as
tbelr guests. Tbey picnicked on
Williamson river ,or ,tbe greater
par of the .day,. ' ',- ',
Mrs. C. II. Warren and eon and
slaughter left tbla morning for their
home in Oakland after, several day
epant in Klamath county on a
sightseeing trip, '
Jla Hooper returned, to her home
In Midland this morning after a few
days visit hero with friends.
Mr, and Mrs. William Qanong ac
companied by Mrs, Qanong's sister,
Miss Mildred Olcson, ot Scattlo, re
turned Saturday from a month's
automobio trip 'through California,
as far south as San Diego. i On the
return trip they visited the Yose
mlte National park and other places
ot Interest to the tourist.
HIKES SYSTEM MAKES TwE MT BENC jHR
TAKE CARE OP PTVtJ ON A BO&V 3AngOgllW j
M:V 1NHUKA.NCK FIIIM
FOIUOKD; BUYH AUKNCt
Mr. and Mrs. John Sparks are
here tor a visit with friends and
relatives from their homo In east
ern Oregon. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Bort Wlthrow and
Mr. and Mrs. Will Houston spent
the week-end at tho Lake o' tho
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Holden and
Mr. and Mrs. M. S Lester have re
turned from a vacation trip to the
coast They report a wonderful time
In spite of Its having been much
colder at the coast than horo.
Mr. and Mrs. Max'Chllcoto and
Misa Molllo and Zena Donalson
made a trip to Crater lako yester
day. Thoy report that the Park
country was visited with a hail and
rain storm and that the lako was
quite gray Instead ot tbo usual blue
Miss Irene Bantamau and, lira.
P. C. Markley wore passengers on
th1a( morning's outgoing train bound
tor a vacation trip to Ban Francisco,
Mrs. JL F. Brown and two abild-
drea of Ashland, who have been
spending the summer here, left
for the Rogue river -valley city this
Mrs. W. C. Dalton- and her sis
ter, Mrs. i Dougherty, who baa been
here vtsRlng tor some time left on
the, morning .train, ilrs Dalton will
spend some time ln San Francisco
and Mrs. Dougherty will go on to
her home in .Oklahoma. , -
Inspired tho slogan, ''Remember the
Alamo!" and tho quick revenue
taken by tho Tcxaus Is told with
truo regard for history and the re
quirements ot dramatic climax.
Make that Idle dollar work! Put
It in the bank.
SHE DREADED TO
The historical events of 1836,
when Toxas won her tight for In
dependence .from the yoko ot Santa
Anna, then dictator of Mexico, fur
nish the inspiration for "Martyrs
of the Alamo," supervised by D.
W. Griffith, which -will be shown
Tuesday and Wednesday at tbo
Strand. In producing this spec
tacle the director has taken a leaf
from Thomas A. Edison's book and
baa set out to "toach.more history
In 1C minutes with a motion pic-
turo than teachers and text-books
can drill Into scholars in a month."
Famous pioneers of tho Alamo
daya are reproduced with fidelity.
The story of tho slaughter which
MISS MAUDK WH.RINH OK PORT
LAND HAYS LIPK WAS A IlUlt-
DKN. NOW LIKE MFFKIIKMT
- According to information receiv
ed this morning John aud Will
Houston havo purchased tho Insur
ance business of Paul llogardus
and In connection with tho Eqult
"I'm only on my escond bottle
of Teniae, but the relief I have al
ready received has been so wonder
ful I want to let everybody who
Buffers like 1 eld knew about this
good medicine," said Miss Maude
Wlikips, 1011 Olenn Ave., Port
"For years I didn't eat a meal
without suffering agonies' after
wards, and at times I had awful
spells of nausea and was unable to
retain oven a glass of water on my
stomach. I had raging hcadachoa
nearly every day and often auch
blinding spells of dizziness that I
would have to grab bold ot some
thing to steady myself. I used to
dread to see night 'come as I knew
It meant hours of restlessness for
me, and I was so worried and mis-
talnly tho best ot all medicines.'
Just a burden.
"I'm just like a dlfforent porson
now, for Teniae has benotlttod me
In orery way. My appetite Is ra
venous and I never have a touch
ot Indigestion. . In fact my health
now seems to be perfect, but I'm
going to take a little more Tanlao
Just to bo sure that that my re
covery is complete. Tanlac Is cer
C0 per cent under tho 1920 price,
Tanlac is sold ey druggists every
I havo several blocka of lots
surrounding tho Malln high
school that I will sell for
business and reitdenttal pur
poses, thus 'tferlng to the
people of Klamath county an
opportunity to roako n real In
vestment. I will soil these
lots for 176 and up, on the
Installment plan, the terms to
suit the purchaser. No Inter
est will bo charged and I will
pay the taxes until deed is do
llvored to buyer. ' '
Malln is situated In the cen
ter ot one of the richest dis
tricts In the world. It Is back
ed by progressive tnd conser
vative citizens. It has a future
that assures development to
a degreo that will make this
property worth many limes
the price I am selling It for.
When oil Is discovered, Malln
will be found to be In the' very
heart ot the field and the
blggeat producers will be at
It you are looking for some
thing that will pay yon big
returns, yon can make no mis
take In buying Malln proper
ty. For farther Information,
write or see
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These doors are made of clear, kiln
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SACRED HEART ACADEMY
KLAMATH FALLS, ORE.
AN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION
The Sisters of Charity
Without Cott or Expense to the City or County
The Courses of Instruction are according to the
Oregon School Law, and are entirely without Religious
prejudicetand Ihe advantages of training and educa
tion are accorded topupils without regard to Creed
..9 8.00 per moaui
Taltloa, Da Scholars
Board itad Taltloa SSO.OO p
This Includes board, lanndry and ordinary medicine, For two children, fas.00
per month. For doctors' calls the local fee Is charged.
Music Lessons m , tr.00 per Month
Boys from 6 to 14 jcars, Boarding Department
SCHOOL REOPENS SEPTEMBER 6, 1921
Address or Apply to SISTER SUPERIOR for