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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 15, 1921)
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THE feVENJtNC HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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. W, C. llnrlrtti' rfttnrniMl vxitni-nv
tfrom ft dd!h'.,4ttnt, with a bag ot
vno ducim. y ' i v II
, . aui itm?! iq in xiivuiora ana
J&shlanri fni In wAnlr.nnrt .wi.li
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fne intention 6t Attending the Ash.
1-mauiain, ua gaino tnu aitor-
The GREATEST PICTURE Ever Shown in Klamath Falls
nnd Mni 1IaTy Thrasher,
i -anas Mildred Thraahor and Paul
.union win leavo early in tho morn-
on a duck' Aunt. They emncl
So spend tho dy in -tho, country
"m "i murruii
Alex BhlTo, who ha3 been away
a two woeks' vacation in .fcnn
JCrnnclsco and Los Angotcs, has ro-
riurncd home. i
.. Mrs. D. K1. vArnaM il.n I. I....
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Jsroro slnco July ylsltlng with old
ttrlends and attending to business
aacercsts, left tills morning foevher
rpme In Portland.' ,,. ,
airs. w. Q. Tallman was In town
"paying taxes this .morning from her
arame in Merrill.
TRpy Hickman, 'and ..R. S. Dixon,
eatUemcn fronu the Port Klamath
country, aro attending to business
R. W. '.Tower.' bad a nice supply
xt .applM in. 'from hla ranch home
car 'keno"ai' the public market
hls mcratug.i i P
j -A. 'Knllna-nradiJ a, trip Into towa
3renteVdft"yVfoQi'ib,la home at Matin
to get a bunting -license from the
rtoumy clerk. t ,
i IV. Magn6sa,,of Kirk was here
yesterday attoadlng to matters of
vnslaesa and preparing for a hunt-
Jfajg trip. , 1
HHanlta for tho soldiers loan ap-
awaleals have 'not yet been recelred
y tho appraisers here and soldiers
seeking loans will be compelled to
wait until theso blanks aro recelv
mi. Idessrs Andrews andsKlnney were
-visitors l& tho city yesterday from
their ranches riear Olene.
i Miss Mable Latta, who waa cm
loyed In 'tho aasosaor's Office at
one time, has accepted a position
sis, 'bookkeeper and stenographer 'at
flte Nine Lumber company's camp
in Swan Lake valley.
t R. C. Oroeabeck expects to leave
Scmday mornlag. for Portland where
he wllliYpocd tho greater part of tho
.Week iin -matters of legal business.
t &)au X Zumwfllt and Charles H.
With row roturned yesterday atter
xtrta from Barnes Valley aind Dry
vallty where tbey spent ten days
on an unsuccessful deer hunt. Don
Vfspnrta that he saw flvo deer, shot
at two ot them, and, due to tho fact
that hla gun didn't, shoot curves very
iwell, got homo ivlth the foot ot one
-wllikcnt and tho hide ot another to
allow Tor his ton days hunt. Mr.
tVithrow had nothing-to show for
Cllluiflos OtbV left on tho train this
wornlng for Maaloel where ho will
,he on matters of business forjthe next
'few days. W
tJktra. Kattlo E3. MrgaHrwho're
b1b on a ranthrin the Bly district,
teado a vlslt'totown thU morning for
'the purpose of purchaaln3,aupplles.
Ms. -and Mrs. BertcWUhrow and
lUKhter, MJss Waive, (left the last
ol the week for'silverj'eamp after a
eer, that Berths friends v say he
ntaked out there last week.
Walter ZeUnian waa attentlng to
rsoatters ot business at the banks' this
asornlng from hla raach1- homo In
thuNKalley south ot towp.i)'
"W.1E. Lamm was' In town yesterday
Hooking after business .affairs eon-
jaqrUod with hla.trilll at Modoc Point.
X. Alerflon Js registered at the
tVWto Tellcan hotel today, having
arrived last nlghtf from "Weed.
o. V. Adam-airtl -wlte aro visitors
from,MojUord who aro registered to-iJ-4y(it
Iho" While Pelican hotel.
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Wai be Shown at the STRAND THEATRE Sunday
(There will be a cautibpou thomh serting: t jthe fol- n
also the world's greatest screen comebSan. CHARLIE
CHAPLIN in "THE FIREMANL"
Tfiw is the same picture that' ik how runnm in Port--land
and Seattle a nd that made such a record-break-""
ingfrun in New Yoi k. It is the original picture, featur
ing four of thegrea test stars in filmdom.
There is no abridgement. of thispicture every scene is
shown just at it is be -ing shown in Portland and Seattle
and! as it was sKowa. in New York. This is axlmittedly
- one of the greatest pi ictures ever shown on the screen,
AND KEMEMBKRr THEECE IS NO INCH EA5E IN THE PRICE. IT STAYS AT 36 CENTS.
home loan? I am a married
with two children and dessrerto- boy a
home for my family.
Loana to veterans arormade only
on real citato security, and. tho- tuml
must be located In Orciion. If tho
veteran has one-fourth of 'the- pur
chase price of a homo he can arrango
to' get tho remainder up io 3000
from tho state. If hr- ha nelthar
cash nor land, and none ot hla near
relatives have land that thor will
pledge In his dehalf, wo. know ot no
way that be can -obtain tho loan.
However, a prellmltaaryy application
made now for a low. will preserve
the veteran's rights Indefinitely. If
he can see his way clear tovs,vD with
in a few years hls.neceaaacrpart of
tie' purchase price, of. a honw, he "has
the opportunity t work t that end
with tho promise-ot a loa frona the
state when he lav' ready, for It. Bnt
di not overleok: the preliminary ap
pvasiig cb other depaftntewta-of the
systom arc high, amir the company
practically- broke. Dhrlnr the atato
fair there this year; tne company
did ''put en service but nr said to
have lest jnonoy. Fortnsately wo
S"OU,fCKHT One outaldo ami ono
Inside- aipartment; Win tors Bldg.
"VWVrXD HO ROOT Piano in good
dltlon. ?ltl tako beat ot care ot
Lte..n 'rr.pi .. j. .ti.i. . k.
.re not bothered here-abowt .treet"' '---
car. Business condmooi tbe
coait Buttons aro nfospennas and ysOK RENT Cabin. Seo Pickle.
the people making money; PeopH
do not know how well off therl'
aro her" Mr. Woatoit saU.
t NEW TODAY
FOR RBNT -Nicely furnished room
'In now homo, furnaco Heat, tele
phone, both, etc., two blocks from
Post officer. Phono, Mrs. Onun, S88M.
LOST October 8, a gcntloinan'a
open l faced gold watch, botweon
Oth and Pine and Pelican- Bay club
house. $5 reward. If voturnod to
club house, Pelican Bay. 16-17
WANTED Oood all around man for
porter work. Apply White Pollcan
FOR'SAI.E ORtRENT 3 room hoirao
K you aro looking; for a roal bar-
k. aioro or paoae-
galai Call K. K
488,, B. Noud;
TO PRBVKNT dlsoaso, all tho sorvos
of your body, both motor and'sen
sory, must ba kept In perfect condi
tion, so that vital forco mny botrons
mittod normally. Dr. Lots C. Brld
rs, Chlropructor. 1G.
Advortlotng brmgs etflcleacy.
PIANfllAnd Phnnmarsiib fnr ftatn nnl
tradsron car. Pltbne W& M. 416
Pine. . 15-17 i
A GOOD BED an a apoal bath a
Cosaula! rooms; l'ltfc near Main
St., oasd 741 WalamtAvs-. IK
MATWtNlTV NUBSB-r-Plinne 292W.
. '" J6-18
Local Men is Glad '
To Be Home Again
' "Am I glad to be back In God's
country well, look ma' over," said
Ed Weston, who returned last
night from a trip back to Ds
Moines, Iowa, hla former home. "I
sure am glad that I am homo and
FOR? SALE Qoli aoxrel horse. 617
CHILDREN ARK uamUy. suBCerMble
tjadlscaso. Chlropcactic Splnal'odr
juatmtots wlll.do mach to make them
wll and atrocer Dr. Lois C. Bridges,
Chiropractor.. , .. ij;
WANTED To bay Urge beatlna
stovo. i. T. Ward & Co., Oentral
hotel building, 16rl8
.- -iu ever showa that I no longer have to fool around
. . -.. uit.. tnna TimEE P.a a corner -waiting for a street
im niannnii "' r- ' i '
Veterans Urged to
Aovlv for Loan Even
Jf Temporarily Broke
Tho following question and answer
from,' tho Portland Oregonlan is
nr.n'tod for the probablo Information
it will givo Klamath ex-servlco men
w$o Intend applying tor a stato lean:
I 'Loan Must Be ocuiil.
CONCORD, Cal., Oct., (To the
i TSaitor.) I am an er-servlce man
rrom the state ot Oregon. I do not
rwish to -take advantage ot the cash
'TinnnsMuit I want the home loan.
'floasB'slato how I can procure this
Jloan. I am financially ombarraaied
lliic!veo- xespect, having no land my
Velf anxl,Tione'of my immediate rela
tive have any" upon which -I could
Vriut -., Mortgage,, How would i go
fyo'i',t'!Uke advantage ot this
car that runs spasmoaicaiiy, iiko
I ozporlcnced back In Doa Moines.
Tho peoplo In that city still ozpect
to ride on a car for a. ntoklo and
tbe employes get between 50 and
60 cents an hour, operating ex-
FOR BALE 19S! Chovrolotrun 200
snllos, Overatted cord tires, Ale
mltoluhrlcatlng systom This. Is. sue
of the new ones with tho hand'bralte.l
Tour ewnterms. 'Lestars Sorvlco
Stntlos,, Cor, Uphara nnd Prospect.
FOR BALE 20, thousand capacity j
pMivTuiui! ruuuy It) cuu, IIIVIUUIU
motor truck, cutting- tools and 80
available In all. Address. Box 23. '
Dairy. Oro. ' 16-25'
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ADMISSION 85c EXTRA XiADIBg 8e
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The older you grow .the more
you fear poverty and toil There is
?-,, pne sure remedy to kill thew fears
1 w, ?ind replace them with content-1
A tnent it is a Savings Account. The
bigger it grows, the happier you are.
, BEGIN TODAY
T We Invite Your Account
First State & Savings Bank
, ., a Klamath Falls. Oregon
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