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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 15, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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EXTRAORDINARY SHOWING OF HEAVY CLOTHING
lws IN A LARGE VARIETY OF STYLES AND PATTERNS. AMERICA'S BEST
MAKE DOZENS OF STYLES OF LEATHER VESTS. A VERY POPULAR AND
. PRACTICAL GARMENT f FOR THE OUTDOOR MAN. COME IN AND GET YOURS
WHILE THE STOCK IS COMPLETE.
SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY
Good heavy bib Overall
i. $1.25 1
Heavy Cotton coat
Good heavy work shoes $3.85
An odd lot of Cotton and
wool sweaters values to
A special lot of dress shoes
These are Real Bargains. Don't overlook this if you are in need of any of the above
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T Personal Mention
Mrs. Mary Griffith left on tho boat
thle morning for hor old homo at
Eagle Ridge. Mr. and Mrs. Griffith
were tbo proprietors of Tho Tavern
for several years until they moved
to San Dtcgo, whoro thoy are opoa
ting tbo Keystone Inn.
J. R. Welch was In town this morn
fog from his ranch at Dairy attend
ing to tax matters at the county court
Mrs. Allco Patterson camo Into the
city yesterday form her homo In Mid
land to purchaso supplies for the
thrashing crew on her place.
Mrs. Earl Walker left this morning
tor Portland where she will visit for
Clyde Bradley, a Merrill country
rancher was a county seat visitor yes
Fred Stuckle. another rancher from
the Merrill district made a flying
business trip Into the cltr yesterday
after supplies for the farm.
Miss Lydla Fricke. county health
nurse, and Ivan Houston, of the tra
veler's bureau of the chamber of com
merce, left this morning for Mer
rill on a business trip.
M. and Mrs. A. C. Hatch are re
joicing over the arrival of a little
daughter, born September 7, weight
9H pounds, and named Mary Jane.
R. C. Sheperd and family, of Asto
ria, arrived hee last eTenlng and ex
pect to make this city their home.
Mr. Shepherd expect to engage In tho
f and taxidermy business.
Mrs. Mary Tu. Mallett, state resi
dent of the W. C. T. U., of Oregon,
-rill meat the ladles of Klamath Falls
Friday at J:80 p. m. at the M. E.
church to talk over some work for
this city. Mothers are especially Invited.
Esaw Keck, a pioneer In tho Poe
Valla- district, was In town yes
terday on ono of his Infrequent
visits after supplies. Ho reports1
that everything Is looking tlno out
;hls way this year.
Oliver Cox of Olene was In the
city this morning attending to busi
ness affair at the courthouse.
4 H. H. Hart left this morning for
jlBacramento aftpr several days
spent here arranging for the erec
tion of his new building at the
corner of Seventh and Main
streets. Mr. Hart plans on return
ing with Mrs. Hart '-bout tbo first
of next month and will remain un
til January, In order to supcrln-
, tend the construction of tbo build
, v.- Karl Mack, a Junior In tho Oro-
U gon Agricultural college, was a pas
' eenger on the morning train bound
ttor Corvallls, where he will enter
1 the college fcr the coming year.
f- Miss Mary McComb left this morn-
.. ei...v nn f h TTimtl ormand Rankin arrived last
ptcturoaQuo figures In the county, night from Portland and will b
having been ono of the our early hero ror several aaya luuaiai i
sottlors, was In town on business business affairs.
from his ranch at Dairy. Mr. Shook 8. D. Shaw, J. Klllrldge, Jr., and
Is still looking forward to seolng R. A. Woldfflan. an lonnecioa wu
oil In his part of tho county before tbo forest service, are registered
many moro months, ho says. 'at tho Whlto Pollcan hotel today.
Miss Mary Jenkins has accepted having arrived in tno city yosicr-,
a Dosltlon with tho First NatlonaJ day. '
bank. i A scloct ana exponencoa rouji
Mrs. R. E. Smith, who. has bocn'ot Klamath Falls hunters are got-,
spending several weeks In San ting ammunition, tents and bed
Francisco, will return tonlgbt. rolls togother today In propara-
Mr. and Mrs. Hiram F. Murdock tlon for an oarly start Into tho
were In town yesterday afternoon Wood river country this afternoon,
from their ranch on the" Keno whero they will bo on hand to an
road, and thoy brought In a fine nihllato tho first ducks that daro
supply of homo grown frutt for tho to fly at dawn tomorrow morning,
local market. These busy hunters arc W. D. Har-
D. M. Smith will leave early In Ian, 0. A. Krause, K. O. Cummlngs,
the mcrnlng on a hunting trip Into n. E. Wright. Jack Kimball and
the lower Klamath lako region. William M. Duncan. If their dreams
S. J. Chaney, Dr. 0. A. Massey are realized other city hunters are
jand E. M. Chllcoto aro others or going to be awiuuy jeaiou. -.-.
the men about town who will do- the above group comes Into town
I net tbclr desks for the more chan- tomorrow night with their kill.
'..- i..tinn nt rfnpV Bhootlnr on M. a. Lester Is gathering anoth-
opening day. They will probably cr group of hunter togother and
leave tbls ovcnlng and pitch camp thoy will leave town lato Frldsy
somewhere in tho vicinity of Ma- ovcnlng for somo place not yet de
lono Springs. elded upon for their shoot.
A. E. Kruso arrived last night Mrs. W. C. Elliott returned last
frem Portland and is registered at night from a two weeks visit at
tbe White Pollcan hotel. ' La Orande. Oregon. She was accom-
Ruby W. Fenwlck of Boise Is in panled homo by a friend, Mrs. Ever-
. - . . -v .. lfl amain as at tiAl
the city on Business tor a lew aays. on neagio woo i -. - .
While here she will be a guest at guest for three weeks.
too White Pelican hotel. , Mrs. . u. Hague is m . -
Fred Soule, city editor of Tho home on the Keno road and was
Herald, was absent from bis desk, unable to bo at her public eten-
today, having been confined to his ograp&y ornco in xn wuima
hnm hfirmiiA of a llht Illness. Inc.
R. 8. Dixon, a cattleman from!' W. H. Thompson, a rancher in
tho Fort Klamath country, is spend- the Swan lake district was In tha
ing several days in town thU week county seat after supplies yeatsr
attendlng to matters of business day.
connected with the buying of cat-, a. Kallna, a pomlnent merchant
tie. I f Malln. spent yesterday in thla
city on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Dill Hagetsteln, are
In tho city today from Dorrls, whero
Mr. Hagolsteln Is cashier of tbo
Dan Drlscoll Is visiting his daugh
ter, Agnes, this woek. Mr. Drls
coll operates a ranch near Tlly.
J. A. Chcyno transacted business
hero yoatorday from his ranch south
Arthur Leavltt, who has boon
III at his home hero for tho Pt
week, is roportod somowhat improv
A phono morsago this afternoon
brought tbo news that little Lester
Wlshard had found the puppy,
whoso loss ho folt so kconly when
ho disappeared tho first .of tho
The Woman's Auxiliary of lb
Presbyterian church held Mvaral
mooting! In tbo different part, of
town yesterday afternoon, ons at
rs. B. S. Phillips home, another
at Mrs. W. R. Boyd's and a third
at Mrs. James Orlmes,' for tbo pur
poso of continuing tholr plana for
tliolr bmanr early In December.
Ing for Corvallls where she will en-
The Strand Theatre
THE GALVIN WORLD OF FOLLIES
tonight will show MARGUERITE CLARK'S famous
1 The production that made her famous ovornlgbt.
Now musical numbers costumes and jokes.
7o'cIock p. m. sharp ' 9 o'clock p. m. sharp
BE TIIEKE PROMPTLY
Now screen comedy "HER FAME AND SHAME."
PRICES 88o AND BBc
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the college as a senior. Miss
W-McComb Is a Klamath county girl
p-jwbo graduated from the high school
.'.here. Her home Is on one of tho
fstino farms on tbe Merrill road south
J.jof town. I
8& Dr. Hardin Carter, Dr. H. D.
J-loyd Stewart and Arthur Whlt
,jBian, will leave early In tho morn
ing for a bunting trip north of
"'towac somewhere. One thing they
' afe1 sure of--there will be no more
.trPf into 'California after game as
far,;M they tare concerned, they said
Ui raprnlng. I
VICTORY CLUB DANCE
SATURDAY, 17TH., 9 P. M.
3 LUCKY DANCES WITH PRIZES .
HOUSTON-FILZ SYNCOPATED ORCHESTRA
Admission $1.00 including war tax
DANCES EVERY WEDNESDAY AND
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