The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, September 26, 1921, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6

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    THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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and heavy clothing in endless variety now ready. We are proud
to offer the people of this county this exceptional line of winter
clothing the products of the famous
PATRICK-DULUTH WOOLEN MILLS
the foremost manufacturers of woolen wear in America. . Con
ceded by everyone, even their competitors, to be the best in their
line. We are extremely fortunate in being one of their agents,
as they cannot begin to supply the demand for their products.
Come in and let us show you the best line of Overcoats, Mack
inaws, Leather Vests, Shirts, Sox, Blankets and Auto Robes you
ever saw. The early purchaser has the advantage of getting
the size and color he wants. If you want to know about Pat
rick Mackinaws, "Ask the man who owns one."
K. STORE LEADING CLOTHIERS
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. J Personal Mention
Dljr aro (pending the day In town
on business.
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Hosklnson ot
Harry Booth ot Donania Is InrMalln aro tn town for tho day.
town for tho dor. attending to rant- M w. Hamukor of Malln Is tn
'ters ot business. town buying suppllos and attending
j H. A. Whitby ot Merrill Is tn to other matters ot business.
,town on business for tno any. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Loovor and
Mrs. A. I Marshall and family family, rcsldonts of Fort Klamath,
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,rtv m tunu UUMI iuuir 1IUU1U Ul
Olene to boo tho circus and do somo
'shopping.
O, R. O. Haynoa, a farmer of tho
'Malln district. Is In town on busi
ness. I
aro In town for tho day,
Harry Garrison of Malln is a
business visitor hero today.
H. Holden ot Eugene Is In town
attending to matters ot business.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Townsend ofl wr- onu wr- w. u. uauon ana
Vlsalla, California, aro guests at tho fftm"' ot M"M ro in town for
noma ot Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Leo. th A" '
Thty haro been Tlsltlng friends and Among somo ot tho resldonts ot
relattTCs at Seattle, and canio hero Bly who aro In town for tho day
by way ot Crater Lake. aro Mrs. Oltro Myers and Mrs. W.
J. H. 8hort, superintendent ot tho T. Qarrett.
county hospital, is In town In re
gard to securing circus reservations
tor the patients at th'o hospital.
Elisabeth Bnnge of San Francisco
C. D. Arthur of LakeTlew Is a
visitor here.
Mrs. F. J. Schmltc ot Beatty is
stopping orer hero whtlo en routo
returned this morning, after spend-, t0 her home there, after accompany.
lag aeTeral days here on business
and pleasure,
Mrs.. Roy Tabcr and family ot
Dorrls spent Sunday visiting Mrs.
Tabor's sister, Mrs. W. D. Miller ot
this place, returning on, this morn
ing's train.
Anita- Morris -of Etna Mills, re
turned home this morning, after
visiting friends here for a few
days, i
Mrs. A. T. MacKentla of Rose
bnrg returned this morning, after
spending ten days visiting with her
friends and relatives of this placo.
, Mrs. MacKcntle is a sister ot Miss
Madge Dixon.
Miss Carrie Williamson returned
to her home in California this
morning, after spending five weeks
at the homo ot Mrs. O. A. Fits-
Patrick. i
Miss Ella McVeigh was a passen
ger on this morning's train for Eu
gene, whero she will enter tho Uni
versity of Oregon for tho coming
year.
Charles Whitman, an employe ot
the postofflco, leaves In tho morn
ing 'for Prescott; Arizona, called
there by tho doath ot his sister, word
of which was rccolvod today.
H. E. Armstrong ot Medford Is
here tor a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. K. 0. Ballllo ot San
Francisco, who have bcon visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pelts fcr two
weeks, loft this morning for Port
land, Soattle nnd Spokane befbro
returning home. '
Among tho visitors who wero
here Saturday wore Geo. Havolln ot
Keno, Sim Eastwood ot tho Merrill
road, Mrs. Peter Burr of Olene, Dr.
Gaddcs of Eagle- Ridge, Mr. and
Mrs. Van Meter of Dairy, Joo Taylor
of Olene, George Wright ot Chllo
quln and Manuel and Prentiss Puck-
ett of Odessa,
Mr. and Mrs. L. 3. Hedlund and
party spent the week end camping
and hunting ducks on tho Upper
lake. Thoy report flno luck.
H. R. Spoonor ot tho Union OH
company is in town on business for
the company.
t Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hickman and
family ot Fort Klamath aro In town
to attend tho circus and matters ot
1 buslnsse. '
" Mrs. E. A. .Page from Fort Klam
: ath is in town on a combined busl
ines and pleasure trip. .
,J. 'P. McAullffer Jack Mahoney.J
Wau Quill and Michael Murpny oil
Ing nor mother home to Orland.
Job for Solomon if
He Had Been There
"Him my papoose, leggo", said ono
Klamath Indian woman last night
at the corner of Seventh and Main
street to another Indian woman who
had a wee yonngitsr by the leg nnd
was trying to take possession ot him.
"Him my boy"-rmphasIicd with a
lot of native expressions, canio from
the woman who ba'd the leg hold.
Then the fight began. Hair flew In
all directions and some remained on
tho walk after tho mixup.
A largo crowd assembled and
someono shouted "police-" and tho
fighters stopped and fled, leaving the
child In possession of a natlvb friend.
Tho pollco arrived too lato to Inter
fere, i
Elks Will Start
Winter Dancing
Friday 'night at' tho Klkji club on
Main street, tho first of tho pro-winter
dances will bo hold with Coch
ran's orchestra furnishing tho" music.
Tho Elks entertainment committee
havo full chargo of thd program and
say that tho floor In tho ball room
has undergono repairs and has boon
prepared for an cxtonslvo winter
dancing season.
Exaltqd Rulor Hayden has an
nounced that one ot tho programs to
bo given this wlntor will bo In chargo
ot visiting Elks, and a number hero
havo mado plans to entertain tho
homo members with' a number of
distinctive novoltlce In tho amuse
ment lino. Tho danco Friday night,
Soptombor 30, will bo for Elks only.
Contract Let for ,k
Bonanza Bridge
fTho county court Saturday after
noon lot the contract for the con
struction ofNa brldgo across Lost
River near 'Bonanza on tho Poo Val
ley market road, to tho Union Brldgo
company ot Portland, tho considera
tion being $1284. Tho county court
has demanded bond in tho sum of
$600 to guarantee completion ot tho
CQntract according to specifications.
Tho court also appointed Tom
Sewing for Chinese
Hospitals Thursday
Ladles ot tho Emmanuel Baptist
church and their friends will have
an all day mooting Thursday, Sep
tember 29, at tho parsonago, 1112
High strcot, to finish tho Whlto
Cross work which will be sont to tho
Uaptlst hospitals In China. A basket
lunch will bo served at noon. Every
one Is Invited.
Ono largo box has been tilled with
women's clothing and bedding for'
Russian relief by tho efforts ot the
workers undor tho Rov. J. H. Dick
son and they are endeavoring to fill
another. Donations may bo left at
1112 High street or will be called
for It contributors phone S02J.
The Strand
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Finest Picture Projection in South
csna Orcsjosi
TONIGHT
LEWIS VAUDEVILLE
ROAD SHOW
And Big Featuno Picture
"THE MASK"
with
HEDDA XOVA and JACK HOLT
Everybody's Darling
LITTLE MICKEr MOORE
TUESDAY
Entire Change ot Vaudeville and
CHAS. RAY and
DOROTHY DALTOV In
"Back of the Man"
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DANCE - ELKS ONLY
FRIDAY NIGHT, SEPTEMBER 30
NINE O'CLOCK, ELKS' CLUB
Third and Main Streets
MUSIC .BY COCHRAN'S ORCHESTRA
Admission $1.10, War Tax included
"Bill, jconte back home for a real dance on Z
Bill Come back home for a Real
Dance on a Real Floor"
Dixon as Inspector of the work. Com
missioner Asa Fordyco stated that
3IARKET REPORT
Tho loss of two consecutive nights'
I sleep putn a struln on tho human
tho lumber for tho brUlso va8 ship- PORTLAND, Sept. 26. Cattlol body from which It takes at loast
pod Thursday and thnt work would wonk and 25 cents lower: cholco' fifteen days to recover.
begin on lts"nrrlval.
steers $5.C0 and 6; hogs 35 con Is.
!hlirhnr. nrlmn ll'eht til 'and til. 65:'
I higher, prlmo light .$11 'and $11.65; Mnko that Idlo dollar work I Pat
Herald classified ads pay you. shoop slow; ,cggs nnd butter .'steady, it In tlio bank.
DANCE
MOOSE HALL, EVERY WEDNESDAY AND
SATURDAY NIGHT
Admission includes war tax and the evening's
dancing. Ladies free, war tax 5c. Best Music in town.
Houston-Filz Syncopated Orchestra
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