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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 19, 1921)
MUDAY, AUGUST 10, lOfll
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
jy Mfr."!1 '-', I'M1 Mg
r J. MURRAY.
rubllihcd Jally oxcopt Sundar. by
arke Herald Publishing Company ot
Klunatb Fall, at 119 Eighth Stroet.
ntered at the poatolfleo at Kla
Math Falli, Oro., tor transmission
tlrougtt the" malls a locond-class
MEMUKk OF THW asSOCIATKD
The Associated Fro-a ts exclusively
stltlcd to the use tor republication
t fell nowa dispatches credited to It,
or.not i Otliorwlso crodttod In this
per, and nlso the local nowa pub
KHIDAV, AUflURT tl, H2t
Prices for Prunes
Fixed by Grewers:
22,000,000 lb. Crop
SALEM, Aug. 19. Opening pruno
prices ot tho Oregon Growers Co
operative Association for this year's
dried pruno crop, on n bulk basis,
were announced as 10 3-4 cents tor
30-40s. 9U tor 40-50s, 7 Vi tor SO
COs and 64 for 60-70s. Tho prices
Torago about tiro cents bolow last
year's. Tho state crops estimated at
32,000,000 pounds.i ,
To Hold Religious
Convention Aug. 19
OSItEKK. S. U., Aug. 19. Trail
ing acrou tho prairies In picturosquo
procession, flro thousand Christian
ized, .Indians, bearing bannora and
crosses qt tho Episcopal church, will
cross tho plains tho latter part of
this week In all sorts ot conveyance
to build a city of tepees on the banks
ot Oak creek near here. For four
da)o beginning August20, tho Indiana
'Kill bold a modern religious convo
cation, a meeting qulto different from
tho religious 'rites of' tribal days.
This modern Indian convocation
will In)-hold In an open air taber
nacle under the leadership of Bishop
L. Uurfeson; of tho Protestant Epis
Tho convocation In tho city of
tepees Is designed to bring together
tho Sioux and otbor tribesmen from
tho Rosebud and surrounding Indian
agencies In 'tho district presided over
by Illshop Uurleson. Tho convoca
tion will nlso sorvo to commemornto
tho centonnry of tho Missionary Soci
ety ot tho Hplscopal church, Illustrat
ing tho advanco innito by tho Indian
undor tho Influcuco ot tho missionary
In connection with tho religions
services, n business meeting wll ho
hold at which tho Indians will bo ad
dressed by Charles It. Uurko. Fcdorul
Commission on Indian Affairs.
Seo thoso 1.00 Children's slippers
In tan ami whlto ut tho Kvann Shoo
Co. . 19-20
It makes a woman heartsick oery
tlmo aho has to cut n valuable piece
HAVE to tons baled hay; will trado
for car. Call 1120 Main or phono
FOR SAI,K f. room houso at 620
Washington st., I'rlco $2,500, I'art
cash, part terms. Seo H. A. Thlcdo.
3029 Oregon nvenuo. 19-22
Colonial cabins for housekeeping.
11th near Mnln St., and 741 Walnut
l 1921 490-ChevroIol. fully
equipped with accessories. Now carl
1 191S-nulck Six.
tires. Car A-l condition.
1 1918-Dulck Four, guaranteed
first class condition. Ileal bargain.
Inqulro ot J. C. WKIOHT OK
11UICK SAI.Ri AXI) SKIlVICti CO.
7T1I. AND. KLAMATH AVK.
FOH SALE Wicker baby buggy In
good condition. Phono 10S.
Tennis shoos, $1.00 per pair at
tho Evuns Shoo Co. 19-20
100 boxes fresh tomatoes. Flu,o
L'OoiU nf ft.ni) nor box. Whllo tiro-
cory Delicatessen, 910 Main St.
FOlt KENT New 3 room house,
partly furnished: closo lit. Hunt
reasonable. , 1032 Walt street. Cull
Eld, Phono 2R0-J, nftnr (i p. m. or
call In person 701 Jotforeson,
FOR RENT Nicely furnlalioit room
nt cornor of 4th and 1'lno streets.
Hoys Mulo Skin Scout Shoe from
12.00 up at tho Evans Shoo Co 19-20
WANTED Position as cook or wait
ress on ranch or In camp. Call
Hox 2, Herald office, 19-22
Tho famous "Capo" diamond fig
ures Miry prominently In tho new
Trlauglo-lnco production, "Tho
Honorable. Algy," which Is to ho
seen nt tho Strand thoatro Sunday,
with Charles Ray In tho tltlo-rulo,
iiupported by Margery Wilson and
Margaret Thompson, l.lko many
other noted stones, tho "Capo" dia
mond has u history that would fur
nish many" plots for u 'Doylo or n
(liiborlau, but perhaps tho most
Interesting chapters aro added whon
It hecoines tho casus belli In tho
battlo that Algy Ih called upon to
wage with tho forces of destiny.
Advertising pays. Try It and soo.
Cl'T-OFF men wanted, also common
laborer. (Irowers Packing Ware
housing Ass'n, 19-25
(Y Art frame nnd framing.
KENLINE PHOTO SHOP
Phono ill) ;ii!7 Mnln
FOR SALE 1 ton truck, many other l". .i. aaj.a j. a j
cars. Will trado. What have you. i
seo Dick, Cth anil Kiamatn live
Ho rftitly for school with a pair
of lloy'H lluckhecht Army shoes,
light, comforlnblo and strong. Evans
Shoo Co. 19-20
RENT REDUCED C room houso.
1310 Manzanlta St., $20 per month
Inqulro C12 N. 9th St. 19-20
FOR RENT Nicely furnlshod front
room, bath and phone. 512 .V. 9th
SELLING OUT All goods must bo
sold In tho next 10 days. Many
good things wo can show. Seo Dick
6th nnd Klamath avc. 19-20
FOR SALE A-l paying business,
now and second hand goods, Right
man, Snap. Must quit. Seo Dirk, 6th
and Klamath avo. 19-20
MA.SO.ll'MKKTI.(i TO.MtlllT. ,
Meeting this evening at 7.30 p. in , ,
at 409 Main streot for tho purpose.
WANTED Woman to nsslt wlth W?'K " ?, at m degree. All
housework and caro for child- memuers oi mnniain i.ouei'. .o . .
Oifton'i Higher liulilution ol '
I lht Sdioolv, Sorrily Drptflmcnli
ll.t THtM OPINS MIT 19, I'M I
I or frtKrtmjlMn Mt Idifc ftffitlur
Oregon Atriculturnl College
CHUN VI LIS
rcn. Phono 265.
A good bed and a good bath at
Colonial rooms, 11th near Main St..
and at Colonial auncx, 741 Walnut
Ave. All outsldo rooms. 19
A. F, & A. M., requested to ho pre
sent. I.. 1. (InghaKun. Sec.
County Agonts wanted, Illg monoy
maker agents can clear Ten dollars
per day, wrlto at onco for our agents
proposition. A. J. Mollis, 123 K 1st
St., Portland, Oro. 19 23
Seo Evans for Shoo repairing.
ot tho First National Dank ot Klamath Falls, County ot Klamath. State
ot uregon, snowjng too amount standing to tho credit ot ovory deposi
tor July 1, 1921, who has not made a deposit, or who has not withdrawn
any part of his deposit (commercial deponitM,) principal or Interest, tor
a period ot inoro than seven (7) years Immediately prior to said date,
with the name, last known placo of resldcnco or postotflce address of
such depositor, and the fact of his death. It known.
Xante of Depositor Kmlili-nro or I'ontoffico Addrei Amount
IiQettner. Karl, Klamath Falls, Opcgon - $ 6.00
Gilbert, J. V., Klamath Falls, Oregon .'. 11.06
Harris, J. II.. Klamath Falls, Oregon .,.. 2.70
Hunter. O. II., Klamath Falls, Oregon . ' 7.91
Kyle, Douglas, Klamath Falls, Oregon " .............. 15.00
Lane. Miss Tlllie, Klamath Falls. Oregon i 10,00
Muytoerry, Kmmltt. Klamath Falls, Oregon 6.00
Miller, Albert, Klamath Falls, Oregon 10.00
Odonnell, J. P., Klamath Falls, Oregon ...... . 5. 60
Polvers, A. C. Klamath Falls, Oregon .. ,. 10.02
Riddle, Mrs. Z Klamath Falls, Oregon 3.16
Shark, Martha, Klamath Falls, Oregon ... 2.40
Smith, J. C., Klamath Falls. Oregon 20.00
Summeranor, Anton, Klamath Falls, Oregcn
TVeeklcy, E. E., Klamath Falls, Oregon 7.00
State ot Oregon, I
County ot Klamath, ss.
I, 3. A. Gordon, being first duly sworn, deposo and say upon oath, that
1 am tho Cashier of tho First National Dank ot Klamath Falls, County of
Klamath, Stato of Oregon; that tho foregoing statement la a full, truo,
correct and completo statement, showing tho name, last known residence.
or postoftlco address, fact ot death. If known, and tho amount to tho
credit of each depositor as required by tho provisions of Soctlons 10160
10163, inclusive, Oregon Laws. J. A. CORDON
Subscribed and sworn to beforo mo this 18th day ot August, A. D, 1921.
. LLOYD L, PORTER. Notary Public for Orison.
My commission expires August 29, 1923.
Formal Public Opening
H. L. BROWN, .Prop. .
Complete line of fresh, salted and smok
SPECIAL PRICES ON ALL
We call attention to all new equipment,
sanitary in every respect.
.. STRICTLY CASH MARKET
WANTED Boy with bicycle at onco. Call 1136 Main St,
,WK SOLICIT YOUR 1'ATJtONAGK.
1136 Main St. Phone 543-J.
I havo several blocks of lota
surrounding tho Malln high
school that I will Hell for
bustross and rcildeutlal pur
poses, thus tfcrlng to tho
pcoplo ot Klamath county an
opportunity to niako a real In
vestment. I will soil theso
lota for 176 an rip, on tho
Installment plan, the torms to
suit the purchaser. No Inter
est will bo charged and I will
pay tho taxes until deed Is de
livered to buyer.
Malln la situated In tbo cen
ter ot ono of tho richest dis
tricts In tho world. It U back
ed by progresslvo ind conser
vative citizens. It has a future
that assures development to
a degree that will make, this
proporty worth many times
tho prlco I am selling It' for.
When oil la discovered. Malln
will bo found to bo in the very
heart ot tbo field and tho
biggest producors will bo at
It you are looking for some
.thing that will pay yoa big
returns, you can make no mis
take In buying Malln propor
ty. For further Information,
write or see
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- baked hjusf-fhe
What's in a namoT
YOU could "call this a
"Dluo Sundao" or a "Moon
shiner's Delight" but It It
contains Klamath Creamery
Ico Cream It Is a good dish.
After a danco or during
a hot afternoon or evening
thcro Is only one thing to
do to got real comfort eat n
platotul ot our real Ice
cream Why not today?
for the wlfe." .
1218 Mnln St.
0 27 MAIN ST.
AT OUH IHCGULAll
- SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARANCE! SALE
ONE-HALF PRICENO RESERVE
plenty of film
Wi: have Kodak film
in the complete assort
ment, autographic and
all ofvit is ready for
One feature of our Kodak depart
ment It ihat through helpful
critlcum and liieiully aJwce we
help you make ;ool picture
better. Come Ui our itorc and
learn about ictviic from ui.
nnflcrwooft Phariw Y
f'y , KLAMATH FALLS OREGON iffa? I
V WHCME PAOTICULAn PCOPLC jj 0
I pufti'fv I BUY TMtlR DRUGS lAtfuftAlvl
Are You Prepared?
Fly Time Is Here
We have a large stock of SCREEN
DOORS in three designs, to fit all
regular door openings.
These doors are made of clear, kiln
dried, California white pine cov
ered with the best grade of rust
proof, galvanized wire, and put to
gether with hardwood wedge dow
els a patented process which
makes an exceedingly rigid door.
"THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST
BIG BASIN LUMBER CO.
"Everything to Build With"
Phone 107 Main & Spring Sts
For Sale- Horses !
HcTenty-I'ivo heavy logging horse weighing from
fifteen hundred to eighteen hundred pounih. Ago
from five to twclvo years, tttohtly seven nnd eight (
years. Also, harncM and collara to fit. Opportunity to
hay good horses nt very rcasonnblo prices. Wrlto or '
call on tho
WEED LUMBER CO.
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