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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 17, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
WEDXK4UIAT, AXJOUW 17, 1CMJ,.
The Office Cat
What "ftmilca" WJU Dm for Vou
Hmllni will help tbo grocer with
bin lemon disposition, I-etlure hope
hn will (arnlp every day; It only
require 16 cent worth of kalo a
week and a Itttlu pp, to get this
Hmlloej will moke the shoe man
(Ml couple of feet ahead of hla
competitor, land the Jowolor go for
ward and watch for charms.
Smiles will belp the tea man to
thaw out hi chill, and the coal roan
to lighten hla loads.
Smile will mako the clothier like
to suit hla customer, collar the boya
and discus tho family tla.
BmllM will mako tbo realtor think
lota of hit land.
Smiles will can tho lumber man
to enjoy a frame-up, and "grip" at
a put up Job.
Bmllea will cause you fall, If o,
fall In line every day and read the
Offlco Cat tor wo nuid you everyone.
Yrt HImi Now Miriams
Blr: If another got tlino and one
half for overtime shn could pay the
war debt with nor back pay. . If. M.
II, J. Matloon aaya tbe only ulgbl
shift the modern youth knowa about
ta the gear ablft.
Who U tbn lucky stilt that ralcbos
all the flab shown In tbe Illustrated
da of tbn summer resorts?
Dut your life Is your life, not an
apology. Dare to llvo It.
Toddy and Hhlmrny stir New Jor
aey women, aaya a headline It's a
aafe bet that they also agitato thi
O. D. llurke say a prsclicaj, Jokor
We Clalsm You'vrt Done Noble Thus
enough not to play practical jokes
on men wbb aro bigger than he la.
We Clatn YouVn Done Noble Thus
Par and Should (Jo Ah With It
There la work to be done.
Thore la really only ono person
who can do tbe work aatlsfsctortly.
And slnco tbst person Mother
Oooes -la sleeping tbe long sleep In
that burying ground Just oft Tre-
mont street, In Doston, perhaps wo
had bettor go ahead with tho work.
Unless, of course, you are a personal
friend of Blr Oliver Lodge, and can
get Into spirit communication wltb
the party before mentioned,
Tho work to -which 1 refer Is re
vUtng the famoua "Ooono Tbutuos."
Really, tboy aro 'way out of date,
you know, Tbla talk of Kings was
all right iwben they woro tbo fnnh
Ion, but style do change (Bee La
dles' Home Journal or Vogue.)
Mr. and Mrs, Tom C. Hpniguo who
have been hero visiting for some tlmo
left yesterday for Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. W. II, Flsbor and
eon Atdroad aro hero from Hoso
burg, via Crater lake. Mr. Plsbor
la a Iloooburg merchant wbo num
bers several Klamath Falls real
nnt among bin llrends.
II, W, Thompson, W. A. Konnny
and It. W. Wood and wlfo aro all
registered at tbo Whlto Pollcan hotel
yostorday from Portland.
Mrs. A. R. Huntar Is a vacation
visitor In Klamath county this
Byron H. Hurd of tbe California
Oregon l'owor company Is In the city
this week attending to matters of
Karl O. Peterson li registered to
day at tbo White Pelican hotel from
Mrs. Itomer L. King and Mine
King were in tbe city yesterday from
Ban Vranclseo on tbulr way to Ora
Mr. and Mra. Harry Ilrldgford, who
havo boon hero with Mr. and Mrs,
II. W, Dridgford led Monday in
tholr car for Pattorson, California.
Bunday Mr. add Mr. Ilrldgford and
their guoU spent tbo day at Rocky
John Welch arrived Monday from
Portland on business. Mr. Welch
will bo rememberod by baseball fans
for the fine work be did an pttcbor
for the Klamath Palls team tbo rear
It was taking everything In south
ern Oregon and nortborn California.
Bam Hotden loft yesterday for
Medford whoro bo will bo lu tho hos
pital for a few days.
W. 11. Swank was In town yes
terday from Keno whoro ho oper
ates a truck service.
Frank Andrews and 13. H Vcateh
woro out of town tho first of tbo
week on a fishing trip.
Mrs. B. C. Van Kmon, wbo has
been boro for tho past year with her
son, W. C. Van Bmon, and family
returned yesterday to her homo
In Downer Grove, Illinois.
J. P. McAullffe Is down from his
ranch In the Fort country attending
to matters of business.
Mrs. N. M. Cantrelt left yostor
day for Oakland, Calltorna, on an
Ing for Oakland, California, on nn
oxtended vacation visit.
Mra. John E." Kndern has returned
from Ashland where ahe visited with
relatives and friends for several
Miss Myler Calkins an employe
of tbo First National bank la enjoy
ing two weeks vacation.
Mlas Marorla Cutting, who baa
been bere for several weeks a tbo
guest of Mrs. II. W. Drtdgford at hor,
homo In Pelican City, left for Pied
mont, California, yosterday.
See our beautiful window
707 Main St
Phone 341 W
Phoenix Silk Horiety
4 at $1.10
SHOP IN KLAMATH FALLS
Surpassing Fall Styles-Unusual Values
A Gorgeous and Distinctive Display of
Gowns, Wraps, Suits, Millinery and Blouses
AT PRICES MUCH LESS THAN HERETOFORE '
WOMAN TO DRESS MUCH BETTER DURING
FOR MODEST COST.
Wraps and Coats
of regal beauty Cuddlesome
wrapt; with lovely fur col
lar and ' cuffs, designed
with consummate art in fab
rics and shades of unbe
lieveable softness. Many
creations, others of charm
ing simplicity. A varied
and comprehensive assem
bly of advance styles
$35.00. $45.00 up to
Hats of Velvet, Hatters plush, Felts
and Duvetynes, in Black, Brown, Fus
chia, Copper, Harding Blue at -,
$7.50, $8.95 to $23.50.
Dresses and Gowns
v for street, business, after-
""'-r.. noon and evenincr wear.
Never have styles in dress
es been prettier. Straight
lines with long panels
double skirts beaded and
embroidered effects, rib
bon or krimmer trimmed.
A dress for everyone at
$28.75, $35.00, if t- $69.50
Suits of charming individuality develop
ed in Duva de Laine", Peach Bloom,
Moussyne, Veldynes, Velours, TTrico
tines slim straight models or jaunty
flares. Either embroidery or wonder
ful furs add to their richness at
$39.50, $45.00 up to $95.00
Andross-Glover Style Shop
Mrs. Lydla Adams, prominent wri
tor and loeturer, formerly with tbo
department of agriculture In Nov-
ndn has announced her candidacy
for tho United States iwmato at the
next Nevada election.
Advertising pay. Try It aad a.
NOTICK INVITING PROPOSALS TO
8T11KRT PROM TIIIIU) BIURET
TO FIFTH HTIIEKT, INCLUDING
Mako that Idle dollar work! Put Proposals will be received by tbe
It la the bank. Common Council of the City of Klam-
Blng a song fit rotxod drinks,
Make tho birds all cry
Alas; tho mighty nation
Now Is high and dry.
As they drink ttjolr near boor,
All the birds do alng,
"Isn't tbla a dainty way
For us to tako our fling?" ,
Pleaso submit this to tho public
and get tholr opinion and final o.
k. beforo going ahoad with the work.
Outbursts of Everett True By Condon
"You ought to havo aeon Dr. Mar
shall when hn callod to neo Dolly
tbo other night," romarkod Johnny
to bla sister's younr man, who won
taking tea with the family. "I tell
yon, ho looked flno a slttln' along
Ida of her with his arm"
"Johnny!" gaspod his slater, hor
face the color of a boiled lobster
John," scroamod tho mother,
Why!" whined tho boy. "I was
' , . '
"John," said his fathor stonily,
"leavo tho room.','
And Johnny loft, crying as ho
went: "I was only going to say that,
, ho '.bad bla 'army clothes on,"
gl 1S THAT VOU.I- 7-
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"ClVVier" sot 'Ou'r our of
luck 1 HAVS NOAO0SBrr
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SOSPtCiONS W YBSf.'-TUyp-' ?
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ath Falls, Oregon, for making tbo
Improvement of Washington street
from Third street to Fifth street In
Tbo Improvement to bo mado In
nccordanco wltb tbo plans and speci
fications therefor on file with the
City Engineer and tho Pollco Judge,
for elthor of tbo classca of bnrdsur
facing mentioned In the plans and
specifications and In tho Odlnanco,
No. C57, ordering tbe Improvement.
Tbo making of tho Improvement will
be let In one contract. Proposals
must bo filed with the Police Judgo
not later than 8 o'clock P. M of
October 3rd, 1931, at which date and
time, at tho Council Chamber In said
city, all proposals will be opened
Each proposal must be accomp
anied by a certified check on some
reliable banking Institution equal to
tlvo percent of the amount of the
proposal to bo forfeited to tho city
upon failure of tbo successful bid
dor to enter Into contract and bond
for tho faithful complotlon of tho
Improvement. Tbo right to rojoct
any and all proposals being hereby
reserved In tho common council. Tho
award to the successful blddor will
be mndo, contingent upon tho salo
of tbo bonds to bo authorized for
financing tho proposed Improvement.
Tho lmprovomont to consist of
grading to full wldtb, hardsurfaclng
35 feet In width with elthor Dltull
tblc, Concroto or Wllllto, curbing,
and laying of concroto sldowalks.
A. L. LEAVITT.
By ordor of tho Common Council.
NOTICH INVITING PROPOSALS TO
IMPKOVK KM2VENTH BIURET
KItOM SIAI.V STIIKKT TO KliAM.
Proposals will be received by tho
Common Council of tbo City of
Klamath Falls, Orogon. for making
tho Improvement of Eleventh street
from Main street to Klamath avenue.
Tho Improvement to bo mndo In
accordance with tho plans and spe
cifications therofor on file with the
City Engineer, and In the offlco of
READY for Instant use
in oil cookstoves, olfH
heaters or lamps. H
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H eean burning ASLw3m I
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the Police Judge, for elthor of the
classes of hardsurfacing mentioned
In tho plans and specifications and
in Ordinance No. 6S3, ordering the
Improvement. Tho making of the
Improvement will be let In one con
tract. Proposals must bo filed with
tbo Police Judgo not later than S
o'clock P. M. of October 3rd. 1921,
at which time and date at the city
hall In said city all proposals will be
opened for consideration.
Each proposals must be accom
panied by a certified check on some
responsible banking Institution equal
to G per cent of tbo amount of the
proposal, to be forfeited to the city
upon talluro of the successful bid
der to enter Into contract and bond
for tbo faithful completion of tho
Improvement. The right to reject
any and all bids Is hereby reserved
In tho Common Council. Tho award
to tho successful bidder will be made
contingent upon tho sale of the bonda
to be authorized for financing the
proposed Improvement. The Improve
ment to consist of grading' full width
and hardsurfacing 40 feet In width,
with either bltulltbic, concrete, Wlll
lto or aspbaltlc'concrete, curbing and
ten foot cement sidewalk.
A. L. LEAVITT.
Dr order of the Common Council
NOTICE INVITING PROPOSALS TO
IMPROVE PINK STREET, 11th
Proposals will bo received by tbo
Common Council of the City of Klam
ath Falls. Oregon, for making the
Improvement of Pine street from
Eleventh St., to Esplanade.
Tho proposed Improvement to be
iado In accordance with the plana and
specifications of tbe City Engineer,
on file with tho Engineer and In tbe
office of tbe Police Judge, for either
of the classes of hardsurfacing men
tioned in the plans and specifications
and in Ordinance No. 562, ordering
The making of the Improvement
will be let In one contract. Propo
sals must bo filed with tbe Police
Judge not later than 8 o'clock P. M..
October 3rd, 1931, at which date and
time, at the Council Cbambor In
said City, all proposals will bo open
ed for consideration.
Each proposal must be accompa
nied by a certified check on soma
reliable banking institution equal to
5 per cent of tbo amount of the pro
posal ta be forfeited to tbo city upon
failure of the successful bid
der to enter Jlnto contract and
bond for the faithful completion
of the Improvement. The right to re
ject any and all blda being hereby
reserved in tho Common Council. Tbe
award to tho auccesstul bidder will
bo made contingent upon the sale
of the bonda to be authorised for
financing tbe proposed Improvement.
Tho Improvement to consist of grad
ing to establish grade, hardsurfacing
with either Bltullthlc, Concrete or
Willite,and laying of cement side
walks. A. L. LEAVITT.
,i Police Judgo.
By order of the Common Counucll.
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Don't bo deceived on a double load of
Our wagons hold 193 cublo feet or 1H cords. Measure tke
load and be sure. We guarantee 1 cords. Measure our wagons.
Buy of an established firm and bo sure. Our cheaper wood ta
"" GREEN SLAB-WOOD
"The Poor Mma'a; Wood"
10 corde for $35.00.
A year's supply for two stoves. '
O. Peyton & Go.
"WOOD TO BORN"
419 Main St. l Phone SSI
If It's Loose
1 We Will Move It
O. K. TRANSFER CO. 124 &
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