Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 13, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
TCTMMUT, MnKMSDt IS, 1MI.
Mr. nd Mm. Mark HAnna or-
rl?d the tint of tho' weok from
Portland, whero they have made
Ahelr homo el nee thslr atrrlago
'last winter. Mrs. Itanna was Mies
'Karl Montgomery, a well-known
and popular Klamath Falls girl.
Mrs. II. S. Tatrlck Is cxpoctod
la from drinU Pass tonight tor nn
"extended visit with hor daughtor,
Mr. Jo Moore, and with her son
T. U. Patrick. '
-. D. B. Murphy was a business
Visitor hsro this morning trom his
ranch on tho Merrill road.
', Charles W. King, of the Long-
Bell lumber company, Is In town
tolnV trom tho company's opora
Jtlons on tho Sycan marsh.
Douglass BubiIo a homesteador
'laT,tho Malln country mado atrlp
mto.Jown to look after his taxes
Vt the courthouse yesterday!
Maurice. Koane Is hero, today
from Fort Klamath attending to
";Z. N. Ageo, representatlre ot the
'Zellerhach Paper company, of'Port
land to In town on business this
Brace Shellhorn Is In town from
Portland for a few- days looking
after business Interests.
Mrs. Amy Endsrs and Mrs.
Sydney Helman left yesterday for
Crater lake attcr a week-end spoilt
her with old friends. From Crater
lake they will go on to Ashland.
where Mrs. Enders makes her
Mr. and Mrs. Chnrlos Twchoy are
guests at the Whlto Pelican hotol
today from Berkeley, California,
W. C. Bradfour Is a city Tlsltor
from Cblloquln who la registered
on .the White Pelican hotol guest
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Moore and
John 8. Moore arrived last night
from Detroit, Michigan, and will
Visit for some time with Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Holden of this city. They
made the trip by car and spent
some time In the Yellowstono na
tional park before coming Into
.Mr. and Mrs. Ellas Obenchatn
an'dv.Mlss .Merlam Martin are In
town today from tho Obenchatn
ranch purchasing supplies. '
John Mlehealson 8r., mado a trip
Inio town from Dairy this, morning
after supplies for his 'ranch here.
Miss Harriett Lawrenco Is spend
ing a few days In the county seat
shopping from her home in Mer
Lewis Pankey of Beatty is n
county seat business visitor to
Oscar Shlve, ot tho American Na
tlonal bank, is away on his vaca
tion. Mr. Shlve will spend part ot
his time hunting. '
George W. Offiold a prominent
Merrill citizen Is in town today on
Frank E. Cramer, foroznan ot the
Shaw-Betrum Lumber company's
camp at Kirk, is In town on mat
ters of business today.
Mrs. W. C. Davenport lett this
morning for Seattle where she was
called by the suddsn death ot her
Mrs. L. Bitty and Master El
wood Francis, left for Ashland this
morning, after a visit of a couple
of weeks with Mr. Illlty, who Is
employed by the Southern Pacific
The Tea Cup club will meet to
morrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock
at the home ot Mrs. D. M. Smith
at 113 Washington street.
O. 8. Thurman is a business visi
tor In the city this weok from
LMr. and Mrs. James Pelton are
spending a few days in town from
their jarge ranch home in tho Fort
country. , ',
"ll. 0. Burdlek and wlfo left this
morning for their home In Cincin
nati!, Ohio, sitter several sKiys epont
at; Crater lake.
Mr. and Mra. H. N. Moe and Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Schallock lett this
morning for Buck lake to spend
several days on an outing. They
oxpoct to do quit a bit ot hunt
Ing whtlo they aro away thoy said
this morning Just before starting
out for tho lake
' W. II. Cnddes la In town this
week from Eagle Rldgo looking af
tcr matters of business.
, R. C. Spink came In last night
from Idlorest on Spring crook anO
will bo ho.ro most of today on
F. A, Kress arrived last night
from San Francisco and Is regis
tered at tho Whtto Poltcsn hotol.
It. C Spink wan In tho city yes
terday from his fishing iwort nonr
Chlloquln nnd reported that tho hunt
ers In that vicinity woro not having
much luck In securing deer. A num
ber of flno specimens havo boon
brought in but not an thoy wero in
tho past years.
I In Damage Suit
- , -- "-", .7 i - mmtmWPm,tJtmKm3smMKsmKKsMsWsmsmMAA'1 ' ;
SllSSSBSlSaailBVSSBaSSSSBSSJSaBSBllBSBSSlSSSlSSSaSBIBBSBiBBHaBSt mmmammimmmmmmmmmmmmimmamjfajft iBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSBSSSBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSBs!
BBSs! flHiiY) H bbbbk. -f.rm ,smm9MM .sbIBsV L
'i&MlSiBMzf I lyiicd of New
KP; I New
O ' ! V i
I NEW TODAY W -,
WANTED TO RENT 8 or 7 room
furnished house Box C Herald:
Tho suit filed by Elmer J. Ayors
against J. J. Btelgcr over nn alloged
violation ''of a logging contract on
the Upper Lake 'was heard In tho J
circuit court yesterday nttorneon be
fore a Jury consisting ot John W.
Taylor, C. V. Nelson, George W. Max
well, M. P. Oalarneau, J. E. Enman,
H. A. Thlcde, George C. Ulrica, C.
A. Hall, William Barks, William
Wight,. D. F. Drlscoll and William
Testimony In tho suit started late
restorday afternoon, whon tho plain
tiff's version was heard. This morn
ing, tho dofense started and a large
number ot witnesses wero heard bo
Tho case was given over to the
fury this afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Trial ot tho case ot the State
against Port Summers and Fred
Duko, charged with tho allcgod
theft of a rlflo belonging to Alva
Cox, taken during tho course ot a
raid on tho Cox plaeo. May 1Z,
was startea this afternoon.
It Is rumored that some very In
torcstlng facts will be brought out
during the trial.' Anstln J. Flegel,
assistant United 8tates attorney
trom Portland will defend Summers
and Duke. Every seat In the court
room was taken.
WANTED To ront or lease, room
ing houso for winter.' nothing un
der. 12 rooms.- Beet references. Ad
dons, Box E. R, B., Herald office
FOR BALE Al paying business, no
and socoud hand goods. Qulttlnr
business. Will trndo. what have you'
See Dick, 6th and Klamath Ave.
FOR SALE 1 ton truck, 1250.00
1 Chalmcr, $200.00; 1 Oakland
1400.00. Seo Dick, 8th and Klamntt
FOR RENT 3 room turnlsbod apart
ment. 634 N. 8th street. Phonr
413 J.- 13-16
FOR SALE Stool cot and thick mat
tress, 15.00; also Sllvertone Cabt
net phonograph with 36 records
176.00. 1034 lUgh streot. '
' WEATHER RECORD I
Herostter The riersia will pnbllsn
he mean and maximum tempera
ures and precipitation record as tak
n by tho'U. 8. Reclamation service
tatlon. Publication will cover the
lay previous to the paper's Issue, up
'o 6 o clock of the day.
Sept. 11 .
The gejns, ornaments and'preclous
stones belonging to the Shah of Per
sia aro estimated at about 835,000,-000.
It Is-stated that strong perfumes
have the power to Intoxicate and be
numb, and workers In the perfume la
boratories are sometimes so much af
fected as to neod medical alU.
Mnko that Idle dollar work I Pat
It In the bank.
ROR RENT Six room house elose
In. Call at 911 Walnut street.
1600 ACRES RECLAIMED SWAMP
lind near Algnma. for rent or
lease. For particulars wrlto J. Frank
Adams, Box 481. Klamath Falls.
WANTED Chamber maid: must be
experienced. White Pelican hotel
SAWMILL FOR BALE Cheap for
cash. Capacity 25,000. Good con
dition. Box R. M. K. Horald.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Ono 1918,
7 passenger Studebakor six. Phone
414R or Inquire It. R. R. garago.
Season are Jhese Cbrming Models in Women's
xxxA Ckj" sflsBaWsxxxxxW
Sts( tft sfsfl rVA t"'-i
k I BxxxxxxxxxV
tt ' I SppppH SM
V9erv y sxxxb9Ls13 i
. -- 8xy II
At l(vr DP
Today, tho Woman's Blore will f
very. Interesting display of Women nl ;
es' Fall Drcssos, giving our customers a splen
did opportunity to view the; favored fsshUns
that will be much, in evidence ths Jora'nJ' :
son. Yon will" want to see .thes .beauUfttl
now model, whether or not you ' WJ
to purchase. In the showing tber aro Dws-
SERGE - m
and many In combination ot two or mora ma
terials. Ily far the most comprehensive dis
play of hlgh-elass Dresses we havo ever shown
so early In the sosnon. Models for all occa
sions, nnd particularly for business and school
wear. Nocdlcws to say, all tho smart modes of
tho moment are represented, Including
stralghtllno, blouse and coat effects, Home
uro silk embroidered, others are trimmed with
braids, fancy stitching, buttons. Ma,ny have
fancy collars' and cuffs. Prices range from
$9.75 to $65.00
PAINTS. OfLH AND VABNISH
W. K. AND J. K. PATTKR80N
Phone I96-W 127 N. 4th 8t.
A mooting of the Busy Bco Sew
ing club was called for Friday attor-
noon, September 9, at the home of
Hilda Hamakcr, president ot tho club.
Tho mooting was callod to order by
the president, with Elslo Rueck as
acting secretary In tho absence of
tho regular secretary.
Plans were made for (ho rlub ex
hibits at the state and county fairs.
All tho members oxpoct to oxhlblt
their, work for the past year.
A short talk was made by the club
president, followed by Mrs. Geo. Bell,
local leader, which conc'ude'l the
business for the afternoon
BON IN BONANZA HOME
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wood of Bo
nanza are the parents of a baby
boy, born September 10. The child
weighed eight pounds at birth. Dr.
Craver reports all well with moth
er and child.
On and after Sept. 16th Eagle Ridge
Tavern will be heaquartere for duck hunt'
e'rs. Duck decoys and boats for hire;
We are not going into de
tails of the material and man
ner of mode. We juit want to
have you come in and try one
on. Note the quality of the
fabric, the smartness of the
making, the exceptionless of its
style tne prices will do the
- Priced Froa $19.50 to $65.00
FALL COATO o
One of the outstanding f a--tures
of this Coat stock is the,
wide range of styles.. ItocsnT
matter what price you bv Jil
mind, or what -particular ityle
or fabric, you are certain to
find just what you are looking
for at this store. .,. - -j jn
Prices Range From $19.50. tt $125
' " iS f If
Credit Is Still Yours ! I
On your meat purchases at the Lincoln Market-un-til
further notice. Patrons made good on September
10th by meeting their bills on the weekly credit sys-i 'r
tern and in appreciation of that fact, the extension ofl
rrmdtt mill hm tnadm on -3r
Strict Weekly Settlement Only
The Lincoln-Market desires to extend credit as
long as the patrons' pay up promptly every Saturday
night. As long as that is done "
Credit Will Be Extended
Thanking the patrons for their promptness and
appreciating your past business.
. ; .t,n.
C. F. W.. WERNER, Prop.
Main at Third "SURE WE DELIVER" Phone Sll-J
it .".. .rv
' I sMWMWVWtAsAAAWAWAwsiivyvysvsji
T, - .
Calvin's World Toured
Musical Comedy Company
4 A $2;00 SHOW AT PRE-WAR PRICES
, TONIGHT'S THE NIGHT
M . ' AT THE-
1 , . v
The spectacular New York success
"The Bell Boyw
fisn NOVELTY MUSICAL r! A -V j
iy NUMBERS ,13
$10,000 WORTH OF GEORGEOUS
TWO SHOWS NIGHTLY 7:00,,ANJ&9:0Q..
25c & 55c'
; ram show for the
A GUAItANTEED PRO.
BE THElE EARLY