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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 30, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
TVH8DAY, AVQVBt M, 1M1.
The Evening Herald
- . MURRAY-
Published Wally except Bandar, by
Tk Hernld Publishing Companr ot
Klamath Falls, at 119 Eighth Street,
stored at the poitottlco at Kin
ath Falls, Oro.. (or transmission
through the malls aa socond-clasa
MEMUtife OP TIIH siOCIATr.U
Tho Associated Prn-a Is exclusively
titled to tho uso (or republication
at aU nows dispatches credited to It,
r not otherwlso crcdltod In this
taper, and also tho local nows pub
TCKSIUV, AUtlUST .10, IIW1.
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. T Personal Mention
blisses Julia and Lola Bray, -left
this morning (or Sacramento, Cali
fornia, after a brlo( Tislt here.
F. B. Hollenbeck of Seattle Wash
ington Is hare (or a brief business
cat! among local merchants.
, D. M. Baker of Portland arrived
last night in this city and is a guest
at tho Whlto Pelican hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. J. McKay of Kirk,
are visiting here (or a few Hays.
11 r. and Mrs. James Ityan return
4 today from a Tislt to Lake
flew. Mr. and Mr. L. H. Cowglll aro
registered at the Arcade hotel from
Mra. L. Q. Belvel and son, Wil
liam, left this morning (or Duns
lr. Mis Margaret Callahan arrlred
hero lost night from Salem whore
aha has been visiting. Miss Calla
kaa is the proprietor of a
local millinery shop.
D. It. McCowen and 0. D. Mc
Nary are Sacramento guests of the
White Pelican hotel today.
F. Stobulgo, R. S. McFarland, J
B. Hubkcn and J. E. Clcland aro
a party of Portland visitors who
are visiting in this city (or a few
W. E. Lamm, proprietor o( tho
Lamm mill at Mcdoc Point is hero
a business today.
Mr. and Mrs. Gcorgo H. South
re two Portland (air boosters who
are stopping a fow days in this city.
W. J. Brodzollor and Chester
Adams of San Francisco aro guosts
at tho White Pelican hotol. '
S. C. Bergeron of Portland is a
business caller in this city arriving
J. II. Johnson of San Francisco
arrived hero last night (or a visit.
Mrs. W. A. Ilalloway o( Chlloquln
Is a visitor in this city, and is reg
istered on tho Whlto Pelican guest
B. M-.Wcrley Is a Medford visi
tor bere. .
Professor Robert Goctr principal
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Wise, proprie
tors o( the Fort Klamath hotel
woro visitors here last night. This
atornlng they departed (or their
homo taking with them as their
Name "Bayer" on Genuine
f is) X
Tako Aspirin only as told In each
packago of Ronul.no Major Tablets of
Aspirin. Thon you will bo following
tho directions and dosago worked out
by physicians during 21 years, and
proved safo by millions. Tako no
chances with substitutes. It you see
tbo Baytir Cross on tablets, you fan
take thorn without (ear (or Colds,
Hoadacho, Nouralglo, Rheumatism,
Eoracho Toothacbo, Lumbago and
(or Pain, Handy tin boxes Qt twolvo
tablots cost (ow cents. Druggists ulso
sell larger packages. Aspirin Is. the
trado mark o( Bayer Manufacture
o( Monoacoticacidestor of Salicylic-,
guests, Mr. and Mra. 0. D. Andrews
of Loo Angeles.
of tho high school, and family
arrived hero last night from Tort
land and temporarily nro rogbitor
od as guests at tho Whlto Pollcaa
A, B. Elflold Is a Florida guost
of the Whito Pelican hotol, arriv
ing last night from Leesburg.
Jack Carruthors Is a Seattle visi
tor in this city. '
J. Coldoen arrived horo lost night
M. F. Schenk lofl (or Son Fran
cisco this morning after a two days
Tho tri-weokly concerts nt tho
Claromcnt hotel In San Francisco
aro plainly heard each Monday,
Thursday and Saturday ovcnlng by
William Vale, who has a wireless
telephono sot Installed nt his homo
111 Pine street.
Francis Gllmoro, sovon yoar old
daughter of William Clllmoro, un
derwent an operation (or tho ro
moral of tonsils yesterday Br.
R. B, Craror performed tho op
oration and reports tho Mlent f&
Mr. and Mrs. Wnltc. Bower no
leaving Thursdaw In tholr c.r (or
Idaho, Utah and Colorado to visit
relatives and (rionds.
Mr. and Mrs. C. II. McCutchan
arc Klamath Falls visitors from Sac
ramento on a combined business and
plcasuro trip. Mr. McCutchan Is tho
sales manager (or tho Standard Oil
Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Hannon re
turned Sunday from a ten days va
cation trip which Includod a visit
to tholr' daughter, Mrs. M. M. Fish
er and family at South Bend, Wash
ington and scvoral days spent n
Mrs. W. II. Ross returned Sunday
evening (rom a week's vacation
spent at tho huckioborry patch.
They brought back 25 gallons of
Miss Rcstora Fronch rcturnod
Saturday night (rom Monmouth
where she has been taking a course
in tho normal school thoro. Sho
intonds 16 remain hero indefinitely.
George W. Edwards of Chlco ar
rived here last night (or a visit
Charles E. Bchmnde was a San
Francisco business visitor here yes
Miss Ilaxol Johnson of Dorrls
was a shopper hero yesterday, re
turning homo this morning.
A. 8. Harris ot Oakland spent
yesterday In this city transacting
business-. '"" r '
Mr. and Mra. Jerry O'Callaghan
of Kirk spent yesterday visiting
friends hero also woro shoppers
among tho local merchants hero.
J. W. Straw of Odessa spent yes
terday and today In this city on
personal business matters.
Miss M. J. Wolsh of Ft. Bldwell,
Calif., -was a Mondsy visitor in this
Mrs. A. B. Estock ot Ynlnaz
Visits His Own Grave!
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.. . t o ii,..iv i hi. mn cravo In Katcin. Main. Hurley.
Civil War veteran and former mayor of Kalcm. I horns on rurloh
Sn lh?Jmr homo In Virginia. Whlto home. "
iombatono he ha prepared (or bis last resting place. Many other shjht.
socrs go to ace It,,
in the city on porsonal business nlso
on a shopping tour. '
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Bernard of Mo-
dec Point spent yesterday and to
day In this city.
Miss Kathryn Kissaro and Miss
Lena Zaenkcr of Salem spent Mon
day In this city.
Misses Clara Calkins Murjorlo
Dclzell and Maybello Loarltt left yes
terday for Ft. Klamath. Today Iho
party aro reported to be In tho en
ter Iako district. Miss Calkins is tho
Miss Esther Jean Miller of Port
land was a visitor hero yesterday.
Miss'Nelllo Drydcn is a Fiter,
Idaho visitor In this city. '
Edson L. Foulko and O. 0. Max
well aro two Qaielle, California, vis
itors In this city, Thoy arrived
Cbarles B. H. Jloward of Mod-
ford spent Monday hero.
Roy Buckley was a Modesto,
Calif., visitor hero Monday.
P. D. Moddron of Dorrls spent
Monday hero, transacting business.
Wm. K. Brown o( Ft, Klamath Is
a visitor hero today.
Tho Kwaunan are olatod ovor Sun
day's victory (or as tho standing
goes now, thoro Is no way to pre
vent tho mill team from bolng (led
in second placo with oither the
Jowol or Copco teams after next
Sunday. Perhaps it .was this (act
which caused Manager Daggolt Sun
day to nervously pneo tho sMvllnei
when bis team was In action OKaln.it
tho Plumbobs and when the gnmo
was ovor, thoro won a cherubic
smllit' on his (sco that, It l.i sild,
means Iho downfall ot both tho
Jewel and Copco teams when the
Ewaunas cross bats with them.
Tho icaguo. standing nhow tho
Jewels and Copcos both with 5 wins
and 4 losttcs, and tho Kwnunss with
5 wins and C losses. No mutter
which team In tbo (Irst rank lows
Sunday coming, thn Kwaunai are
tied with tbo loser. That Is when
Isltho olatlon comon In.
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Miss MurJcjrJe Orlsez is homo again
aftor a few days spent In Klamath
Miss Myrtlo Burns, who ha, been
sick (or several weeks with typhoid,
is better and Is able, to leave (or
southern California whero oho ex
pects to spond a fow weeks wjth ro
lAtlvos until sho is able to tako up
her school work.
Mr. Hatch, principal of tho Don-
anza High school, anil his son Lur
ing arrived Monday morning.
Mr. Hull, former pastor of tho
Methodist church, hero, nnd wife aro
in town for a fow days visiting
friends. Mr, Hall preached Sunday
morning and ovnning to a larfjo
number of his old (rionds and neighbors
Tho question asked now with
tho Ewauna team rejuvenatod and
spirit of (Ight and ginger1 injected Into
them, can tboy mako a sweep of
tholr next games with tho lingua
leadors? Should they do It, that
silver loving cup will adorn n hand
carved pesdestal In tho mill boys
headquarters tho balanco ot this
year. Tho sports arc wondering
how (ar this dopo will flguro out
Ono sport remarked that If tho
Kwauna team made It a polpt to
practlco every night for an hour
or so, it might ho done cosily Tho
aluo say that O'Neill must kosp his
throwing urm in condition now to
do tho mound work In tho hardest
playod games of the season, at leant
orery (an says that within thn next
A new lino o( non-divorce wedding
inKB nt the now prlco nt Davenporto,
just around tho corner on Ctb Hlrwjt.
I have BCroral blocks of lots
surrounding tho Malln high
school that I will sell (or
buslress and reildantlal pur
poses, thus (forltig to tuu
people of Klamath county an
opportunity to mako a real In
vostmont. I will sell theso
lots (or $70 an up, on tho
Installment plaa, the terms to
suit the purchaser. No Inter
est will bo charged and I will
pay tho taxes until deod Is de
livered to buyer. , '
Malln Is situated In tbo cen
ter of one of tho richest dis
tricts In tho world. It is buck
ed by' progressiva mil conser
vative cltlzons. It has a future
that assures development to
a dccrea that will mako this
property worth many times
tho 'price I am selling It for.
Whon oil Is dlacovored, Malln
will bo found to bo In tho very
heart of tho field and tho
biggest producers will ho nt
If you aro looking tor some
thing that will pay you hlg
returns, you can mako no mis
take in buying Malln property-
For furthor Information,
wrlta or sco
MAUN, Ore, ,
fow weeks, tho city league will play
tho best games ot the smson. The
performances of tho Sundays past
show that roal ball can bo played.
Will some good fan plenty answer tho
question what is tha real dopi?
Mr. nnd Mrs, John McCnll and
family returned last evening from a
weok-rnd visit with relatives In Ash
land Tboy mndo the trip by auto
mobile, camping unrouto.
All tho latest things In wrist wat
ches and novelty Jowolry, tho latest
things at tho latest prions. Daven
ports, Just around tho corner on Clh
One well-known theatrical mana
ger's contract prohibits women per
formers leaving tho theatre .without
first rumoring all traces of "mako
up' from tholr facos,
Hotel Under New Management
Chicken Dinner Served
Sunday Evening from S to 7
Auto parties especially invited
Don't fail to read the Herald Classified Ads.
SACRED HEART ACADEMY
KLAMATH FALLS, ORE.
AN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION
The Sisters of Charity
Without Cost 'or Expense to the City or County
,77ie Courses of Instruction are according to the
Oregon School Law, and arc entirely without Religious
prejudice, and the advantages of training and educa
tion are accorded to pupils .without regard to Creed
Tultiou, Hay Scholars .. ....... V -00 per inonti
Hoard nnd Tuition ...............-........ ............. . WO.OO per niuiitli
'Xlils'-includcN board, laundry nnd onllnnry medicine. For two children, 92.t,00
per month. For doctors' calls the local feo is charged.
Music J-csboiiH .97.0(1 per month
, Hoys (rom W to 11 wirs,' Hoarding Department
SCHOOL REOPENS SEPTEMBER 6, 1921
Address or Apply to SISTER SUPERIOR for
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