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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 9, 1921)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Th Evening Herald
s-npmnea Wally except Sunday, by
SJt. .Herald. JPubllahlng Company of
IQajsath Falla. at 119 Eighth, 8troot.
tared at the postottlco at Kla
sth,Falls. On., (or transmission
through tho malls as second-class
matter. ' '
MKMBKl OP Tin. ASSOCIATED
The Associated) Preja Is exclusively
entitled to the vie' tor republication
et all news dltpatchet credited to It,
r not othorwlso 4 credited In this
apor.and' also the' local news pub
lisher herein.- '
FlUtUV, SKITI-MIIKU l, 4IMI.
Eighth grudo graduates for Kla
ninth Falls schools, who passed tho
Juno and Scptombor examinations
are announced by J. P. Wells, city
school .superintendent as follews:
Riverside School Sarah E.
Sehock, Verner It. Christy, Clara
Cornish, Addlo Bowcn, Whiter
Banner, Fnnnlo A. Stoops, War
a ren D. Dee, Richard C. Dwlgglus.
Ellznboh Orahnm. Ocrtrudo Smith,
Krcd L. Geoller, Lotha Slmmonds,
l!onta Kccsee, Frank M, Upp, Mao
Crylal. Paul Campbell.
Mills School Ralph E. Turner,
Pchlla A, Hawkins, Ada Ione Wind
ham, Alfco M. Owens, Elizabeth F.
Ferguson, Zena M. Donclson, Cells
F. Conklln. flculah Dennett.
Pelican nay Loota Deal, Char
lino .Loinbert, Audrey It. Yancey.
Fa'lrvlow Ccorgo E. Condrcy,
Robert Emmlt North, Harold Bato-
nmn, Douglas Porrliard.
Central School Claudo V. Rod
field, Ellamao Rowc, Claudcna M
Witt, Edith h. Young, Harry Mo
latorp', Herbert W. Wilson, Estella
M. Luscombo, Edith Newbanks, Ag
nes Robins, Dorlnld P. Vcnch, Flor
enco Hectcr, Jowphlho L. Mclssnor,
Cora Wilson, Hcrberj Phillips, Ice
land E. Quilt. Mclvln Qrccly, Lan
ier V. Wallen.
Following is n' list of graduates
from schools outside Klamath Falls:
Reginald Orlsex, Rerton King, El
roy Anderson, Matilda Bodnar, Mar
tha MIcbeal, Motrin Mlcheal, Beth
Wright, Emll Flackus, Mary White
line, Ujrda Zcl McReynolds, Fercy
McNeill, Etta Hunt, Chester S. Kn
man, Wllma I.loyd. A.J. Manning, Jr.,
Bryant Willams, Edwin Moore, Clics,
F. Moore, Dorothy Short, Leo Dixon,
John Hooper, Orr M. Hooper, Eliza
Depuy,f Alice Marie Sbulmlre. Gulda
Robustolllnl, Eddie Cacki, Ernest
CarUvright, Zed Barnes, Lois Hous
ton. Ursula Welch, Oliver Puckett.
Elizabeth Tower, Howard Seaver,
Era Smiles. Q)iye Hill. Kenneth Kl
ger, Lois Headline,, Ollro. Hill,
Alicia May Yahr. Marlon Whitney,
Bessie R, Tallman, Halllo B. Moore.
Katherino . Walton. William Dole,
F-.rnk Adamek Jr., Das Mtlhase.
JaJe West, Lev Ezell, Wfllhn Freer.
Earl Wlhqn. Frank , rotul! Fran
ces Short, Gladys Latja, Marlon Lee
Dixon, Dorothy Short. Myrtle, Paul
son, Harriet North, Lejler Wilson,
Josephine Mlcba, .Maryf Scott, Bir
die, Hamaker, Loye, Smith, Frank
Crosper, Milburno Burke. George
Anderson, Orlan McCumbcr, Marion
Wilson, Edwin Moore, Charles F.
Moore, Clyde Davidson. Eva B.
Stiles, Chester M. Hunt, Arthur
VIcra, Robert Calahan, Cllno Slack,
Inez Whitney, Ernest Mayer, Iliroid
Dehlfnger, Avis O. Barnes, Wln'l
frod Harvey, Alta Rolla, Monica
Pomeroy, Lawrence Cardwell, AI
Tin Copeland, Chester Jackson,
Hethol Nixon, Alice Kos and Vuclar
, Sacred Heart Academy.
Eighth Grade, pupils who passed
tho state examination in June:
George Bortram, George Connors,
Loulo Gerrue, Archlo Marshall, Lucil
le Coan, Florence Elliott, Wllma
Grob, Veronica McAndrews, Ruth
Moorman, Esther Moorman, Eliza
II vcv t S sB5siiSsiiiBKiBrtS"-'sliSr d - -
FEATURINO .THIS WEEK. NEW ARR1VAU37IN,THK MOST ttn I MJTf, r r. -W y , ' S ''''.llif )
roPULAit Models and colors, special tamjes at I I Wkjj( j iBi J lk'T4 W '" ll'f1'
-,,$7.50 and $10.00 ,' )l Kl Mgt, . ifrS' NO OUll 1 f; '"
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Siskiyou County is
Working on Road
From Weed to K. F.
WEED, Cal., Sept., 0 Supervisor
A. Pa Wright has n crew of twonty
men working on tho now road from
Weed to Klamath Falls.
At present they, aro past Hoyo
about flltcon miles out of Weed. The
road will not bo finished this fall,
out mo'crow win continuo work as
long as tho weathor will pormlt. It
U expected that tho road will bo
opened for travol beforo next Sum
mer. Tho board of supervisors has guar
anteed funds enough to build tho
road from Weed to tho Oregon line,
and tlio money has already been
raised to build the road tho rest of
tho way Into Klamath Falls,
BoUoen'ri.OOO.OOO.OOO and t70u
000,000 shlngtes nro produced In tlio
United StAtev yearly.
Irf-l't Tnllc PUno nllli Karl Hlicp
MEN WANTED Box Factory work.
Big Lakes Box Co. 0-13
FOR RENT 4 room furnished
apartment. Phone 373J. 9-12
BOARD BY DAY OR WEEK llroad
street, near Main. Back of Whlto
Pelican Garngo. 9-10
FOR RENT 3
C4 Halo. Phone
TiCt'n Talk Piano with Kuri Sliep.
Truly an Enchantress.
A writer of her times describes
Mnry, Queen of Scots ns follews:
"Other women might be beautiful, oth
er women mljjlit have the same smooth,
open brow; the same chiseled fea
lures and penciled eyebrows, the
same delicate chin and white, full
neck end boiom; ay, even the salne
long, soft, hnzel eyes, and rich.
dark, chestnut hnlr; but where was
the woman In Europe whose glance,
like hers, raised from under tlioe
sweeping eyelashes, found Its way
straight to tho heart, whose smile
seemed at once to entreat aid, to com
mand, to extort obedience and bestow
rtnrnrd, like sunlight penetrctlng the
coldest object and warming and brhrhv
vnlng nil ulthln Its sphere I"
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING
CLASSES now liolnr formpd. Havn
room for only a limited number. En'
roll now. Phonu Southwell 120 or
WILD PLUMS 'VERY SCARCE Mnll
orders vill bo tilled at once, In
order. Price $2.00 delivered In Kla
math Falls. Lloyd's Cash Store.
Lakcvlow, Oregon. 9-30
FOR RENT Furnished cabin.
Pickle, Cor., Sth and Main.
A good bed and a good bath at
Colonial rooms, 11th near Mnln St.,
and at Colonial unncx, 741 Walnut
Ave. All outsldo airy rooms. 9
Let's Talk PL-ino with Kurt Slteji-penl.
when we say wo are giving' more value for
a, . I - .
your money in shoes than any ( store nv
Crossetts - Master Made - Buckhecht
THE EVANS SHOE CO.
SHOES AND REPAIRING
727 Main St.
BAD TIKE SUITS
Says Ilnclincho In Sign Yon
Ilocn Kntlnjr. too Much
of tho First National Bank of Klamath Falls, County of Klamath, Stato
of Oregon, showing tho amount standing to tl)c credit of every deposi
tor July 1, 1921, who has not mado a deposit, or who has not withdrawn
any nart of his deposit (commercial deposit'.) principal or Interest, for
a period of moro than seven (7) years Immediately prior to said date.)
with tho narao, last known place of resldenco or postotflco address of
ti.1. .lAnnsltna n n .1 f. A tat lt til rtaflth If LnAWfl
Vimn nt li,wltn, ' Ttraltlnnm ni IHfcfiifrirt iililrr Amount uc
Buettner. Karl, Klamath Falls, Oregon .?..-. i COO lull of sedlmont, chnnncls often got
Gilbert, J. V., Klamath Falls, Oregon il.0Bioro, water scalds nnd you arc
Harris, J. H.. Klamath Fallii Oregon ...... ..... ...... 2.70, obliged to seek relief two or thrco
Hunter. O. H., Klamath Falls, Oregon .- 7.91 times during tho night
Kyle, Douglas, Klamath Kalis, uregon ..... . . ju.uu-
LancMIss Tlllle. Klamath Falls. Oregon ."..... 10.00
Mnyberry. Emmltt. Klamath Falls, Oregon COO
Whon you nwako up with bachaehc
and dull misery In tho kldnoy reglou
It gcnorally means you havo boea
eating too much meat, says a well
known nuthor'ty. Moat forms uric
acid which overworks tho kldnoys
In their effort to fitter it from the
blood -and thoy bocomo sort of par
alyzed and loggy. When your kidneys
get .sluggish, and clog you must
relievo them, like you relieve yeur
bowels; rorrovlng all the body's
urinous waste, olse you havu back
ache, dizzy spells; your stomaah
sours, tongue Is coated, nnd fiun
tho weather Is bdd you have rhouma-
twinges. Tho urine Is cloudy,
MONEY TO LOAN
8 PER CENT to 9 PER CENT
ARTHUR R. WILSON
517 Main St.
Representing William MacMaster
Advertising pays. Try it and tee.
Klamath Falls, Oregon
Klamlth Falls, Oregon
Bowaro of the man who is execs
Blvelypollte. He probably wants to
make a teuch:
OdonnelL J. P.
Polvors, A. C. Klamath Falls, Oregon ....
Riddle, Mrs. Z.. Klamath Falls, Oregon
Shark, Martha, Klamath Falls, Oregon
Smith, J. C-, Klamath Falls. Oregon ..........
Surameranor. Anton. Klamath Falls. Orcgcn
Weeklcy, E. E Klamath Falls, Oregon 7.00
State of Oregon, -
County of Klamath, ss. '
I, J. A. Gordon, being first duly sworn, deposo and say upon oath, that
I am tho Cashier of tho First National Bank of Klamath Falls, County of
Klamath. State of Oregen: that tho foregoing statement Is a lull, true.
correct and completo statement, showing' tho name, last known rosldonco
or postofflce address, fact of death. If known, and tho amount to tno
credit of each depositor as required by tho provisions of Sections 10160
10163, Inclusive, Oregon Lawst J. A. GORDON
Subscribed and sworn to beforo mo this 18th day of August. A. D. 1921.
' . LLOYD L. PORTER, Notary Public for Owjon.
My commission expires August 29, 1923.
Hereafter The Herata, will publlsn
the meanr and maximum tempera
urea and precipitation 'record a tak
en by the U. 8. Reclamation service
tatlon. Publication .will cover the
day previous to the 'paper's issue, up
Max Mln. cioIUtlon
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H. L. BROWN, Prop.
For Your Sunday Dinner
Can You Beat It ?
EVERYTHING IN THE
MEAT LINE IN
, Try us and we will have your trade.
1136 Main We Deliver Phone 543-J
Otf con's Ktjcttrjniiituiina 0(
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FALL TI.UM O.T.NS SFPT. 19, IWI
iu tnt4rnitfi wrlit t Ik CtKtf ir
Oregon ARricullural College
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that new home or remodeling your old one
he sure to specify a beautiful hardwood
deprive yourself, of
- he Mother
used fa make!
or Cbffoe - mtd
At the following
you cannot afford to
the pleasure and convenience and beauty
of a Long-Bell Forked Leaf Oak Floor.
ItMfliSM Clear Quartered Whlto Oak fUOO.OV
10-10x2 K Clear Plain Whlto Oak 1SO.OO
18-10113)4 No. 1 Com. Oak 75.00
x2 Clc-ar Quartered Wlilto Oak 150.00
Kxa Clear Plain Wlilto Oak 110.00
T-4 exceptionally low prlitx arc lem tluui yon would pay for
a good tarpot.
Thin flcMirliiK can salso bo laid rigtit over year old floors with
out trouble mid litter of touring out tlio old flooring.
Wo liavo thin Ntock Ntorod lu duxt and moittium proof blna--awallhig
your tnspoctlon call phono or wrlto for IllnstratoU
booklet on tlio euro nnd nnUb of 'niio Perfect Floor.!' 1 ,
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BIG BASIN LUMBER CO.
Our lumber eioro la located at Mai ,ad Spring HI. '
' ltone 107
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