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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 17, 1921)
WBDNMDAV, AUGUST 17, 1IMI.
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Mm. C. II. Pnrmoljr and Miss
lnith Parraely nro touriit visitors
here from Now York.
Cards woro rocorlod yesterday by
friends of Mr. and Mrs. C. H.
Isaac of Berkeley. California, an
noonclng tbo birth of a 7 3-8
pounds baby boy, August 14. Tho
baby was named Richard Burton.
Mrs. Isaac will tbo romoraborod as
Mlsa Alice Palmer, who taught In
tho primary department of tho IUr-
nrstdo school for several years bo- country was In town yostorday nnd
and at Ilocky Point nnd the Kort.
Jim Jackson of Modoc Point
mado a trip Into town yostorday
from his ranch on matters of busi
Mrs. Guy Merrill loft this wook
for tho east whom she will visit
with relatives for a month or two.
Mrs.. Charles Merrill of Morllt -wilt
stay with her son during his wlfo'n
J oo Hall was n county scat visi
tor yostorday from Modoc Point.
Llnsoy Slsomoro, n promluont
stockman of tho Fort Klamath
fore her marriage.
Miss Allco Blackford loft tho first
of the week for Mod ford whoro she
Joined Miss Lena Barnnm and a
party of friends who will motor
with her to Portland for soToral
this morning attending to buslmus
Miss Lois Sailor, who spent last
woek at Algoma, has returned
homo and Is' preparing to leavo
soon for college.
Mrs. James Pelton was trading
Peter Ott, and William Iiorent, be
This morning! Flro Chief Ambroso
Inspected tho ruins nnd estimated
that tho Uueslng proporty was da
maged about CO per cont. Mr. Uues
lng stated ho did not know nt this
FOR 8AM0 17 laying hens.
576-J, 36 N, 10th St.,
Colonial one-room cabins for
housekeeping, 11th near Main Ht,.
and 741 Walnut Ave. 17-
W. 0. Bmlth, of the W. O. Smith ;th Kloranth Falls merchants this
Printing company. Is In Portland
whero he Is undergoing a minor op
eration on his nose.
L. A. West was a city visitor yes
terday attending to matters of busi
ness from his ranch on the Merrill
Mr. and Mr. Charles Gray and
daughter of the Pine Orove dis
trict were In the city yesterday pur
chasing supplies from Klamath Falls
Martin Green was In town yes
terday to get binder equipment,
preparatory to cutting his wheat
crop. He stated that the grain In
his district la especially good, but
that the blackbirds are destroying
quantities of It. '
Mr. and Mrs. h. Swanson and
baby are leaving this weok for Elk,
Mendocino county, California whero
they will spend the next six weeks.
-Friends of Miss Victoria Helrgood,
who spent 'several months hero with
her sister, Mrs. J. C. Rlchter last
winter and spring, will be Interest
ed to learn that she Is on her hon
eymoon. Mlse Helrgood was mar
rled about two weeks ago to Mar
ioa F. Hatfield of Portland.
Tom Barkley was a city visitor
yesterday from Yalnax.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Porkins, of tho
Perkins Fnrnlturo store, have "re
turned from a vacation trip to Port
land and Seaside.
Mr. and Mrs. George Watt and
family left today for Rocky Point
fbr a two weeka outing,
Mrs. N. E. Woodhouse was in
town from her bee farm near Mer
rill yestedsy purchasing supplies
Dave Llskey a rancher from the
Malln district was an early morn
ing visitor here this morning mak
tag arrangements for bis harvesting
which will be begun soon.
Mr. and Mrs. George Ager were
In town this morning from their
ranch home on the Keno road.
Dan Ryan of Fort Klamath was
a business visitor here yesterday.
George Mather, of the California
Oregon Power company, left this
morning for Redding whero bo
will visit with his sister for the
next few days.
Port Bummers, Indian policeman,
was In town yesterday on official
Mrs. Clarence Harris of the Pine
Orove section was in town yester
day purchasing supplies. '
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. OWell and
Mlsa Veda Campbell have returned
from the Lake o' the Woods where
they spent several days on their va
cation. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Pherren mo
tored to Montague Sunday of this
"Miss Alice Miller, daughter of
3. 3. Miller, Southern Pacific agent
here, loft this morning for Berkeley
to attend school. Miss Miller has
been here this summer as the guest
of Miss Elizabeth Ramsby.
Morey .Applegate, who has been
here visiting old friends and rela
tives left for his home in Mexico
this morning. Mr. Applegate fought
during the Spanish-American war
with Ross Sutton; and the old army
pals bad a wonderful reunion the
few days Mr. Applegate was In
Mrs. D. M: McLomore and small
daughter left this morning for their
home In Oakland, California after
an extended visit here and at tho
Wampler ranch on the Upper Kla
K. O. Duncan Is registered at the
White Pelican hotel from Portland
William J. McCarthy arrived last
night from San Francisco and will
be in town for several days on
Harry Z. Znmlan is a city visitor
here from Honolulu.
Owen Bean and wlfo arrived lest
night from Albany and nro regis
tered at the White Pelican hotel.
Joe Konop Is morning with bis
family to Medford this woek.
Leo Snips made a bnslness trip
Into town yesterday from Solomon
Fjat tto attend to, business affairs
Mrs. Clarice Worden and son,
Robert leff 'for' their homo in Oak
laid this 'morning after an extend
edivWtwlth friends here In town
morning, having driven down from
her homo at Fort Klamath yester
day. 1 William Fordney of Lorella was
In town yesterday transacting busi
ness with city merchants.
Davo McAullffo Is in town today
from the Klamath marsh where ho
is operating a sheop ranch.
Mrs. II. W. Bell ("Bllllo" Leon
ard) arrived last night from Los
Angeles for a visit of two months
with her father and mothor, Dr.
and Mrs. W. A. Leonard of this
city. Mrs. Bell spent her girlhood
days in Klamath Falls, attending
both public and high schools horo.
tlmo whether ho mould rebuild or
not. Tho proprietors of tho Mars
nnd electrical shop woro uncertain
about their future but Mr. Coburn
tntod that ho w6uld endeavor to
locate another establishment, It one
One humorous fcaturo of tho flro
developed this morning whon a re
porter mot Mr. Iloag, tho father-in-
law of Mr. Coburn. With n smile Mr.
Ifosg said, "Klamath Falls auro gavo
mo a wnrm reception within five
hours after my arrival, l'vo had at
wars hoard that this place made It
warm for new arrivals but I novrr
expected any such greeting as last
night's. But you Jiavo good people
hero and they havo douu what they
could for us In our dllemna."
Tho fire was discovered by Nick
l. Blanns, night clerk at tho Arcado
hotel, who was conversing with a
guest. Noticing a red reflection In
tho plato glass window across tho
street, Blanas Investigated and saw
tho .Mars confectionery ablaso.
Blanas knocked nt the front
door and shouted "tiro," nnd then
called tho tiro department. Tho
guest went to tho roar of tho burn
ing buildings and uwakenod the Co
burn nnd Hong families. '
FOR HAMS Phonograph and piano.
Inqulro 416 1'lno. Phono 111 KM.
FOR 8ALH llnbya' whlto enamel
bedroed go-curt and wlrkor high
chair, also Vacuum carpet sweeper,
electric vibrator, wash tub and school
books. 824 Lincoln. 17-18
FOR 8ALU Indiana 2 ton Truck,
cost $21)00 will null for f 12110 to
settle an ustnto, would take small
Auto as part paymont. J. T. Ward &
Co., 8S4 Main St., Phono 37R. 17
A good bed and ft good bath at
Colonial rooms, 11th noar Main St.,
and nt Colonial nnnox, 741 Walnut
Ave. All outsldu rooms. 17
FOR RKNTFurnlshed Cabin. $7.00
per month. 8eo Dick, Uh and
Klamath Avo. 17-10
WOMAN wanted to rook for small
harvest crow nt Malln. Inqulro
Herald office. 1). L. 17-23
1 -1021 400-Chovrolo.. fully
oqulppod with accossorlos. Now car
1 1018-llulck HI,
tiros. Car A-l condition.
1 1018-Bulck Four, guaranteed
first class condition.' Real bargain.
Inqulro of J. C. WRIGHT OR
IIUICK HAMS AM) HKUVIGK OO.
7T1I. AND KIiAMATII AVK.
l no railing barometer men
tioned In tho report of yester
day was succeeded by a rising
prcssuro. tho Cyclo-Storma-graph
at Underwood's Pharm
acy recording tbo beginning of
tho chango at 6 p. m. yostor
day. Since that hour tho rlso
has been slow, but constant.
Forecast for next 24 heurs:
Fair weather, with brisk winds,
which Will diminish.
Tho recording Tycos ther
mometer shows tho following
minimum and maximum tem
Low, 43; High, 70. (Reading
takon at 2 p. ro.)
SITS AXD RAVKS THOUSAND
CHICAGO, Aug. 17. Roso Yoro.
secrotary of a dairy company, was
stopped by robbers today while car
rylng $1000 to tho bank. Miss Yoro
dropped tho money on the sldowalk
mid sat down on It nnd screamed,
Tho robbors wcro unable to pull her
over and becoming frightened fled
SELLING OUT Mnny good things.
Wo can show you Just what you
want. Seo Dick, 6th nnd Klamath
Avo. Hurry- Hurry! All goods must
go at sacrifice prices. 17-1P
:: Mfif Jut Arrived-50 Fall :i
1 1 0 llCe I and Winter Dresses i :
Look at other materials and prices '.'.
t then see mine at 12.50. $15.00. ::
$18.50 " 521.00.
WHITE PELICAN MILLINERY SHOP
Next Door to Strand Theatre.
1.08T Hunday night, small Wtalt-
ham watch, string for chain. Please
return to 1'oucorn stand 8th and Main
and rocolvo roward. 17'
WANTMD Dry shop grader Jo bo
gin work Monday tho 22nd. Phono
or wrllo. Nino Lumber Co., City.
llrraltr Washington llarmu
OOOLKHT TIIKATBH IN Te)WW
Formerly the Moadata
1180 Mala HC
D. W. IHKK1TW8
Martyrs of the Alamo
Historical of .Alamo days In Temaa
With an nil star cast Including A.
J). I.enrs aR Itavid Crockett. Alfred
Paget as James llowjea and Walter
Lung ns Hanta Anna. Also
THK UVWH OAllTOONH
A DIG OOMKDY
. 2 shows 6:46 Si 4 S .,.
COMING K1UUAY THH LOW
Fire Wrecks Two
(Continued from Page I)
Therry Fined $500
On Liquor Charge
PORTLAND, Aug., 17 "I wanted
to mix somo cocktails, your honor. I
didn't Intend to sell a drop and I
novor engaged In bootlegging."
Such was tho explanation glvon by
Tod Therry, of Klamath Falls, who
pleaded entity beforo Fedora! Judge
Bean to a charge of transporting
liquor. Thorry was arcstod July 21
with four gallons of moonshine whis
key In his possession.
Assistant United 8tatcs Attorney
Flegol had informed tho court that
ho had reason to bcllevo that Thery
manufactured tho liquor and that
ho Intended to sell It.
Therry was fined 1500.
m- -- --- nn n.n.r.n.n.n.rr
takon on top of the Acado Hotel and
Played on both that structure and
the flames beneath. Over 950 feet
of hose was used. The water pres
sure was strong an good streams
wero available, stated tho flrcchtef.
The firemen engaged In checking tho
flames lost nlrht xenra MnrV Ifnwiinl.
Jack Mann. A. T. McFarland. Alex WTDT"ln J" B n$.
., , ,, . . . . or in camp, by z womon. Call
oaiTcs, iiay nuson, acqio uoison. Herald offleo. 17-18
T NEW TODAY
OH BOY" "SOME JAZZ"
BIG BENEFIT DANCE!
For City Baseball League
Tonight at Dreamland PaviDorvi
Admission $1.00, war tax included. Ladies free,
war tax 10 cents.
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for Sale at
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622 Main St.
N. C. O.
MR. WRIGHT will call on you
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