The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, September 27, 1921, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6

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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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Personal Mention
IH N. 3. Chapman via a passenger
t ' on the train for Dorrls. Ho will
,!" return tonight.
' W. B. Van Horn, an engineer tor
the Southern Pacific, loft for San
Francisco for a week's stay.
Sheriff Lloyd Low was called to
.Portland on official business for
ft ..the government. He expects to bo
f fone about a wookr-
Dr. Warren Gould and Roy Tabor
and two children woro paseengors
for Dorrls this morning.
Mrs. Otto Deck and children ac-
companled by Mr. and Mrs. L. C.
Dolle of Mt. Hebron, returned this
morning, after Tisltlng tor two days
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Leach.
1 C. V. Fell, associated with tho
California Oregon Powor Company,
left today for San Francisco, and
expects to Tomnln there until nbout
the tint of tho year, on business
for the company.
Mr. and Mrs. Wellington Templar
and daughter motored to California
for a month's visit with friends and
relatives.
Mr. M. McDonald of Spokane
returned this morning, after spend
Ins the aummor vlsltlntf her daugh
ter, Mrs. J. R. Elliott.
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Williamson
of San Francisco, haro returned
home after spending a ten-day vaca
tion here. I
Clinton Jonea was a passenger to
San Francisco this morning after
spending ten days hero on business.
Al D. Short, general manager of
the White Pelican hotel, left tor
'San Francisco after spending a
week here on business.
Mrs. C. C. Low, accompanlod by
her grandson, Jack Siemens, left to-
Another parly of tourists going to
Crater Lake was Poggy Lifer of
Macon, Georgia, and Mrs. J. Lance
of Kansas .City,
tended visit in tho cast and south
J. A. Edwards, manager for the
Doak ranch on the Upper lake, is
In town for the day, on business In
connection with tho ranch. '
Mr. and Mrs. H. Jenkins and
family, accompanied by Marie Obon
chain, motored to Miss Obonchntn'a
homo at Uly Sunday.
Mrs. A. J. Lyle and daughtor aro
expected home Friday, after spend
ing six weeks visiting Mrs. Lyle's
cousin In San Francisco.
QoorRO G. Hewitt is a business
visitor from Mrdford for the day.
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FOIl RENT Completely furnlshod
3 room apartment with private
bath. 54 Main St. Phono 109R. 27
- Mr. and Mrs. "J. R. KUIott ot Mil
Lakl wero business visitors here
ycetorday.
' .Chns. Walker of Lokevlew la In I
town on business. '
A. A. Cottle, J. E. Dennett and
Edwin tllbeon are here on a com
bined business and pleasure trip
from San Jose, California.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Mitchell are
in town on business.
Miss Torry I. Deal Is visiting In
this city with friends.
WANTED Women for general
housework. Apply 415 Washington
St. 27-1-
LOST Half grown yellow Persian
kitten. Liberal roward for Its re
turn or Information as to ltd whore
nbouts. C. H. Daggett, Phone 96.
27
THE AUTOMATIC KLECTIUO
DRAKE
Tho Automatic Electric Drake Co..
of Portland has sent 0. S. Marsh and
D. J. Jarvls to Klamath Falls for the
purposo of selling stock in tholr com
pany. They haro Just a little bit tho
best stock to offer you whiter hero
that lg bolng offered on the markot
any place. You can seo Just what you
are placing your inonoy In and they
will gladly explain tho wholo thing
to you and will tako you for a ride
In a. car equipped with ono of tho
brakes. Do suro to see It, no matter
it you partnko of the fruits ot the
company or not. but wo feol sure
after you seo it perform you will
The Strand
- THEATRE
Finest Picture Projection In Booth-
- rn Orefoa
TONIGHT.
Entire Change of Vaudeville aad
Picture
want somo of the stock, which Is go.
dav for Wend for n tn , -,.i Ung fast at par value. 27-lt
'with her daughter, Mrs. Rex Mc-I RUMMAGE SALE
Mlllan. . The ladles ot St Paul's Episcopal
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Hazel and guild will bold a rummage sale at
son Jack returned to San Francisco 'no . Grand cntral JS,ork?.t 8,tart'n,?
-hi. m-T,i .. ..i.,., . .-FrldaJ' morning and continuing all
'this morning, after spending a few dfty FrIdaJ. nnd Saturday. 27.30
days here on a combined business -
and pleasure trip. I I
Mrs. Ida Ounthcr ! Journeying
to Carthage, Mo., to visit her son
whom she has not seen for nearly
year. Mrs. Guntbcr expects to
spend most of the winter In Mis-
soar!.
Mrs. Joe Moore, Mrs. H. S. Pat
rick, John Patrick, a nephew ot
Sirs. J. Moore, and F. U. Patrick
composed a motoring party to Cra
ter Lake today.
T. Q. Bradley, an official of the
California' 'Oregon Power company.
Is In town on business for the com
pany. 7r. and Mrs. M. Whitney and Mr.
and Mrs. D. T. Humphrey ot Al
bany, N. Y., are a party of tourists
on their way to Crater Lake for an
'eating.
Day Merrill left on this morn
ing's train 'for Weed, to meet Mrs.
Merrill, who has been on an ex-
Here's a Business i
FOR
KLAMATH FALLS
GOOD FOR
94,000 to $18,000 YEARLY
Two railroad men put an Else-trick-Maid
Bake Shop equipment
In a email town in Wisconsin.
Today they are making real mon
ey, without having known a
thing about tho bakery business I
Others aro doing it in other
cities. You have the .same
chance Tight here. A cash busi
ness; no charges; no deliveries;
your profits in the till every
night. Everyone who eats la
your customer. We supply nil
equipment and full information.
WRITE OR WIRE TODAY
for full particulars on ELEC-TRIK-MAID
BAKE SHOPS. Act
now to obtain exclusive territory
for Klamath Falls.
ELECTRIK-MAID BAKE SHOPS
3S1 Cedar Sc St. Paul, Minn.
VAUDEVILLE
LEWIS
FAMILY
la new Songa, Dances and Comedy
And a Wonderful Flctare,
CHAS. RAY and
DOROTHY DALTON U
"Back of the Man"
This picturo will appeal to tho
most critical.
Coming Sunday
ZANE GREY'S
"Man of the Forest"
WOOD!
Pricea may advance any
day, this Is your notice, no
further guarantoo on prices.
Buy your GREEN BLAB
or BLOCK-WOOD now and
avoid advances that are aura
to come. Ask about our
UltY.TAMAKAUK
For Your Heater
0. Peyton & Co.
"Wood to Barn
419 Mala fit. Phone 095
HAVE YOU HEARD OF THE
Automatic Electric Brake ?
OF COURSE YOU HAVE
IF NOT, WE WANT YOU TO SEE IT AND
KNOW ALL ABOUT IT
--5IT HAS MERITc-
Automatic Electric Brake Go.
D. J. JARVIS and G. S. MARSH
STOCK AGENTS
BUICK AGENCY Corner Seventh and Klamath
50c 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
KLAMATH
COUNTY
FAIR
THREE
BIG
DAYS
OCTOBER 5-6-7
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EACH DAY A SPECIAL DAY, WITH A
PROGRAM OF INTEREST TO ALL
THE LARGEST EXHIBIT OF LIVESTOCK EVER
SHOWN IN KLAMATH COUNTY
Wed., October 5th, Chamber of Commerce Day
Thurs., " 6th, Farm Bureau Day
Friday, " 7th, Boys and Girls, Club Day
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are concentrated on making Camel the best cigarette
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there's nothing else like Camels wonderful smoothness,
fine tobacco flavor and FREEDOM FROM CIGA
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ever.
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