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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 10, 1921)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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ful 1 Galvins Musical Comedy Co. Opens Tuesday at ine otraM
7:009:30 P. M. J
7:009:30 P. M.
91 0.000 VWrdmli J
22 PEOPLE 22
Johnnie and Irene in
7:00 9:30 P. M
"THK lilTTUB HOUBK WITH TMM WO MMOW"
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 14
THURSDAY, SEPT. 15
REAL ROAD SHOW
pptrrcs Adult. ...5!
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T Personal Mention
MU Engl Landoroamp, who ha
bten bor for th pnst two weeks m
the house gueat of MIti Betty Qnddot
at Engle Itldge TATarn, will lenvo
in.tho morning on her return trip
to nn Francisco.
John Schmor wn transacting busi
ness In town thU morning from his
ranch at Dairy.
Mis Rose Kubor of Crescent City
nrrlved last Sunday for a visit lth
ho'r clstcr, Mrs. J. C. Itlttor at her
homo at S32 South Sixth atroet.
Misses Lucllla and Mary 0'D.owd
accompanied by their mother Mr.
V. p, O'Dowd of San, Francisco aro
hero for a few days on their way to
Crater lake and Medford. Thoy will
visit with their brother and son,
Paul T. O'Dowd, during their stay
Miss Dotty Oaddcs Is visiting hero
over Iho week-end from her homo at
C. C. Low has received word from
his daughter. Mrs. Rex AV. McMillan
of Weed, telling of tho serious Illness
of Mr. McMillan's fathor nt Santa
Ana, California. Mr. and Mrs. Mc
Millan haro started for tho south In
order to bo at her father's bed sldo.
J. R. Long has returned from an
extended slay In tho country north of
Mrs. Martha Hawkins and Miss
Mollo Donalson left this morning In
Miss Donaldson's car for Freden
borry Springs to spend a week's va
cation. Mr. and Mrs. Will Hum and daugh
ter, Orctchcn left this morning for
their homo in Portland aftor a pleas
ant visit hero with Mr. Hum's mot
her, Mrs. Jennlt Hum, and other
,Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Mndylnskl of
Medford . passed through hero this
morning on their way to Rocky Point
whero they will be at their summer
homo on Recreation creek for the
next fow days.
Mrs. V. O. Smith and daughter,
Margaret Hargus, arrived home last
night from San Francisco, where they
have been for the past two weeks.
Mrs. E. C. Dlmmits and daughters,
weroln tho county seat this morning
from thojr ranch, homo on tho Mer
rill road aftor supplies.
Mrs. Claude Daggett returned last
night from Sacramento where she
has been for the post several days.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gray nnd
family drovo In from Pine Grove this
morning after supplies.
William Mcssner, who has been
connected with the Algoma Lumbor
company for tho paBt two or thrco
years, has purchased a farm between
Ashland and Medford and Will movo
there within tho next' few days.
Mrs. James Dlalr will lcavo in
the morning on a two week's vaca
tion. Mrs. Dlalr expects to spend It
in San Francisco and Oakland, Cali
fornia, visiting her parents and other
Lyle Walthors, Jack Chartors and
J. F. Johnson, of tho California-Oregon
engineering forco will leave this
evening for tho foot of Mt. Pitt and
tomorrow they expect to ecalo tbo
mountain. They will bo accompanied
by J. H. .McBrldo and Jeff Jeffries,
who will hunt while tho others climb.
Horraan ("HI") Woods, Is In town
for two or tbreo days from the tim
ber, whero ho has been acting as a
Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Doguo and
daughter, Ellen, were in town yes
terday from their ranch below Mor
Irll. Joe Wright, a Miller Hill rancher,
was in town yesterday afternoon to
Mrs. Grace Dowor, who has been
bore on an oxtended visit with her
daughters, Miss Agnes Drlscoll and
Mrs. Em Glvan at Bly, will return
.to her home in Salem tomorrow
Little Miss Pearl Jean Wilson, was
iho youngest and at the same time
most self-possessed passenger on tbls
morning's out-bound train. Her big
gest fear was that the train might go
r without her and thus deprive her of
"a vlB(t to her mother, Mrs. Arthur
Wilson, who t In Portland for her
A. D, rtfojd, a friend of 40 yean
standing of D. D. Campbell, left this
mornlnjr for Florida nnd other points
In the south end east after a two
weoks visit hore with "D. B."
Earl Shrader,j who has been here
for eavernl day from Portland, left
"this morning on hlg return Journey.
Mrs. R. C. Dartow, manager of tho
Pasadona Tournamont of Roses, was
a distinguished and brilliant visitor
Falls. Mrs. Bartow Is on a tour of
Canada and the Pacltfo states nnd
s'ho said that even In Canada where
the scenery is undoscrlbablo she saw
nothing so beautiful as Crater lake.
0. L. Hallwcll returned today from
a two weeks vacation spent touring
California In his car. Ho was accom
panied on his return by his brother,
Frank,- who will visit in Klamath
Mr. and Mrs. King Price returned
homo last night from a two weeks
vacation trip, which Included tho
Roguo River nnd Willamette valleys
nnd Portlnnd, returning by way of
tho Columbia highway and Dcnd.
Mrs. H. W. Bell returned last night
from Lnkovlew where she v listed re
lative and nttonded the round-up.
Professor nnd Mrs. Fred Peterson
and ohildren of Merrill are In the
city today on business and ploasure.
Ed Weeton left yesterday morn
ing for DeeMolnos, Iowa, to be gone
about a month. Mrs. Weston left
thlt morning for a visit with frlonds
and relatives In Salem nnd Portland.
Mr. Weston will meet her In Portland
uron his return rrom Dee Moines.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarenco Underwood
took n party of school teachers to
Crator lako this morning for on out
ing. Besides the school teachors was
Miss Margaret Callahan.
Wlltam Marx will leave In tho
morning for Redding, California, on
a business trip. .
Mrs. Clara Cornish left this morn
ing on tho stago for Ashland and
Medford whero she will visit with
friends and relatives tor a week.
Mrs. P. . Grlsot, has returned to
her home here nftar an onjoyablo
visit with frlonds In Ashland.
Winner fto. 11.M01 " "" . mm
. REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE
AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
OF KLAMATH FALLA
At Klamath Falls, In the State of Oregon, at the close of bulla on
September 6, 1921
1 a Loans and discounts Including redls- '
counts '....-.. ...-.............-.....f 7,ss.i'
Total loans sJ7,SJ.iy.
2 nvnrrirnfta. nnftnenrfttl ............... Sv
4 rj. 8. Government eecoritlee owaedt
a Deposited to securo circulation (u. B.
bonds par value) 1100,000.00
b All other United State Government
S OthV bonds, .stocks, ecuriUee. etc ............
Banking House, $25,000.00; furnltnre and
fixtures, 16.829.77 .
8 Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank .
9 Items with Federal Roserve Bank In
process or collection (not available
ns reserve) ................ ..
10 Cash In vault and amount dne from nation- '
al banks ..............................
11 Amount due from state banks, bankers,
and trust companies In the United
States (othor than included In Item
' 8, 9 or 10)
U Exchangee for' clearing house '
Total of Items 9, 10, 11. and 12 14.181.77
14 Cheeks on banks located outside of city or
town of reporting bank and other cosh
15 Redemption fund vrlth U. 8. Treasurer and
due from U. 8. Treasurer ....-.....
18 Other assets, If any ..........-.......-........
Mr. X. Jam, who with her hus
band, has been spending a fow woeka
with frlonds 'and relative nt Silver
lake, 1 very 111 there, according to
a )ttr received by her daughter,
Mr. Chase. Mr. Jams 1 to b
brought hr a soon a sh I abl
Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Chyn and
children nr In the' city today on
Mr. and Mr. John Haglstln nr
In from tholr ranch at Algoma.
DON'T MIB8 Galvln'a Musical Com
edy at Strand Theatre beginning
Tuesday night. 9-11
Scientist state that a flowering
plant abstracts from the soil two
hundred times It own weight In
water during It llfo.
Cats, unlike politicians, glvo tolco
to thOjtnost decided uttornnccs whllo
on tbo fence.
The season's most unusual screen
Maurice Tournrur Masterpiece
1 This pleture should bo seen by
every man, woman and child. The
greatest moral lesson to this picture
ever seen In the history of picture
CONTINUOUS SHOW START
SUNDAY AT 1 P. K-
Mar ha a day forty-one minute
longer than our own,
Th Strand thatr tomorrow of
fer for It patron' approval an un
unaual cron picture oalUd "Wo
man" whtch carries with It a far
totchrd yet actual moral leon, not
only for tho oldnrly cias but for th
ylunger gonorntlon. Tho production
Is by Mnurlce Tournler nndis-pro
nounced by many'crltlcs to bo on of
the contury's greatest masterpieces.
Special music has been rroaf4 tor
this showing. An added attract!
I prtxmrted aUo In the "Ford W
ly" nnd comedy which will Art?
th blue from Old Man OJoob'Wbv
self, Th theatre Tuesday will b
prepared for thn ocknlng of th Oat
vlu World of Ft)ll. mMMl or
ganisation consisting of 91 yol
and the' opening bill, "Th Dl Boy"
will bo een firm at 7 o'clock. &4
tho second chow at 9:30 o'clock T
day night. Wednesday tight a saw
comedy will be irssitol.
SATURDAY, SEPT. 10th
Robertson' $ Orcheitra
Admission per couple 85c indudfc:,: war tax
Extra ladies, 8c
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17 Capital stock paid In 1?2,S2S,SS
18 Surplus fund lv?
20 Circulating notes outstanding ... 98,400.00
24 Certified checks outstanding . i 15922
25 Cashier's checks on own bank outstanding 1,364.80
Tctal of Items 24 and 25 .... - 1.814.80
Demand deoosIU (other than eank de
posits) subject to Reservo (deposits
' payable within 30 days:)
26 Individual deposits subject to check .. 267,878.31
27 Certificates of deposit duo in less than 30
days (other than for money borrowed) ' 2,630.00
Total of demand deposits (othor
than bank deposits) subject to
Reserve, Itoms 26, 27 - 270,608.31
Time deposits subject to Reserve (pay-
able after 30 days, or subject to 30
days or more notice, and postal sav- '
32 Certificates of deposit (other than for ; ,
money borrowed) .,. .......... ' U'lloS.
34 Other time deposit . .......... .............. 47,849.96
Total of time deposits subject to Re- '
servo, Items 32 and 34 60,669.80
Total . 8641,392.91
State of Oregon,
County of Klamath, . '......'
I, G. V. Wlmberlr, cashier of the above named bank, .do soUmnly
swear that the abovo statement Is true to' the best of my knowledge and
belief. ' O. V. WIMDERLY, Cashier
CORRECT Attest: '
E. M. BUBB.
M. S. WEST, .
BERT E. WITHROW, Director.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 10th day of September, 1931,
ARTHUR R. WILSON, Notary Public.
(My Commission 'Expires June 30, 1923.) -'
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University r of Oregon
The College of Literature.
Science end the Arts.
The School of Architecture
and Allied Arts.
The School of Business
The School of Education.
The Extension Division.
The Graduate School.
The School of Journalism
'The School of Law -The
School of Medicine.
"The School of Music.
The School of Physical .
The School of Sociology
Fall Term Opens September 26
A hlK lUndtrd of cullurtl ndprofMiont clolrM( h tcom
onr ol iK oiiUUndinl mork of Ihr S(tl Unlvf rilty For UiOu
(olJronth v(lou tchoolt.or (or ny Infornwlion. writ ,
THE REGISTRAR, UNIVERSITY Of ORECOJJ. Eun Ore
Proceeds to be
used for Malin
Union High School.
Music by Jazz band.
PrlCM on blockwood are low at present bt will o
wtbr cem: Our stock of bloAwood U not Urf fcmt
filling ordr promptly with
Buy nowl for fall weather mean hlghr price.
Phon in jour order for ten cords of gTfon lab m. 118.00 far
yr' uppij of wood the chpot wood available.
O. Peyton & Co.
"WOOD TO BURN"
419 Main St. ' '
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when we say we are giving more value for
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SHOES AND REPAIRING
727 Main St.
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