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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 26, 1921)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS OREGON
Iicstcr Klrkpnlrlck wis n business
rlnltor lioro yesterday from his homo
J 3uu. A. It. Campbell was In town
Orcstordny on'a shopping tour from
Jior, homo In Pine OroYO.
,j "red Matt, government scaler, who
"Ims been located at Kirk, la lu town
1 preparatory to Riving government ex
aminations to aspirants for scaler po
sitions. After examinations Mr. Mats
Will return to his homo In Medford.
T. H. Ward, conductor on tho
TKIrk locelnir mad for tho Pelican
Bay Lumber-company, loft this mo'rn-
,'JroR for San Francisco to spond tho
-wlntor mm tit lis, returning again in
lho spring to take chargo of tho same
i- William' Mnrx was In Mai In today
rattondlng to legal matters 'there.
','.' A. A. Cottlo and son, Warren, left
Tuesday morning by car for Callfor--jila
where they will spend tho winter.
"iir. Cottlo U tho owner of largo
'holdings In tho Dairy country.
' Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bellman aro
moving Into tho Mills rcsldenco on
'High street today.
It. C. Slsomoro. prominent In the
vtlovelopmbnt of the Fort Klamath
-country, Is in tho city today attend
'Ing to business affairs.
E. S. Veatch,' an employe of tho
'First National hank, Is confined to
tiTs home today with an Injured arm.
- --- Mr. nnd Mr, Losllo Rogers and
'fnmlly returned yostorday from Port
land and t!ie Itoguo River valloy,
whore they spent several days on a.
combined lliftioaa and pleasure trip,
Mr. atid'.Mra. O. W. Robertson
,VJcft thlsraVnjIng for San Francisco
-where they will spend several days
attending to business.
Miss Charlotta Ooudreaux left this
morning for San Francisco, whoro sho
"will spend several days boforo going
on to her home south of there.
Mrs. Marshall Ilotfpor aud daugh--tcr,
Margaret, loft this morning for
lirnnts Pass whoro thoy will spond
tho winter. -iMrs. Hooper and Miss
Margaret have been In Klamath Falls
but a few wetfks, hut duo to tho fact
that her daughters health Is so poor
hero they woro forced to return to
tho valloy town. They will roturn
. .in the spring to join Mr) Ifooper.
I). M,' Mclvirworo, who Is hero from
' "Oakland huWuir cattlo camo Into
lownyeatBTtlay from tho country
where hu cpout several days looking
-.-)Vcr ss7oral bauds of cattle.
' ". Mr.' und Mrs. J. H. Carnahan left
Von' the morning train for Kansas City
' . MIjsourl, where they will attend the
American Legion convention.
Bert WIthrpw, William Dray, E. II.
.Jefferson and B. Ml' Dubb left this
morning for, tho Pokegama country
where they will Join Bob Hunsaker
and 'Will Houston, who liavo been
spending, tho wcok down thoro get
ting tho deer spotted for their
friends. Uert says that ho will stay
-this time until ho gets a buck, or
knows tho reason why.
Leland Haines Is oipectedun from
'Yakima, Washington, by his family,
'Mrs. Hatnos and little daughter, havo
tioen hero for tho past few wooks
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. V.
J. F. 'Goeller has returned from
Medford where' bo spent Jthroo or
lour weoKs attending to ousmcs3 ar
.falrs. C. O. Merrill, who- Is putting In
lho mint crop on the Caledonia
marsh this soason, was .In tho 'cl(y
"Walter Q.' West, Indian agent, Is
attending to matters of business in
town today. Miss Grace Cooklng-
bam Is also In town from tho Agency,
where sho Is employed as a stenogra
Jim Thrasher, who suffored sovero
trulses and cuts about the head and
faco last week when the liorso ho
was riding ell with him, is reported
to bo goring ,a,long nicely and will
Icavo'tho hospital today. ,
J. T." HeusjW and Bruce II. Hous
ton woro county seat visitors yes
terday nftefuoon from their ranches
at' Bonanza. . Theyf transacted busi
ness at tho court house,
John Schrokotf and William Lor
cutoro wcro In town yesterday ,from
Olene attending to logal matters at
tho court house.
Billy Huff nnd Wnltor Dixon of
Chllonuln left this morning for Mad
ford, whoro Mr. Huff will tako part
In a fistic battle.
Dan Whnn, a storo kcopor from
Ynlnax, Is purchasing Biippllcs horo
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Twohy aro
spending n fow days In tho city fron
tholr homo at Dorrls.
Mrs. Imbgono Hutchinson was n
passongor on tho morning trnln
hound for her homo In Sacramento
after having spent several weeks hero
A. H. Whitman, of tho Whltmnn
Drug company, loft this morning on
a business trip to San Francisco.
Mrs. Mary B. Snelllng, who has
boon hero visiting her daughter, Mrs.
Joo Alnutt, returned this morning
to her home In Yakima, Washington.
(Miss Dertha Brown left this morn
ing for Bray, California, after a brlot
Frank Sexton, county club worker,
loft early this morning for Bonanza
whoro he spent tho day looking after
club work In that district.
E. M. Hammond, Merrill stockman
and farmer, Is In the city on business
Mr. and Mrs. Dalley G Ivans nro In
from Bly visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. N.
G Ivans and transacted business with
Frank Wlldo, who operates a hotel
at Malln, Is In town today on a com
bined business and pleasure trip.
L, B. Walker, who has been In
tho Spraguo Rlvor country for tho
past week looking over cattlo condi
tions thero, Is back In town.
Mr. nnd Mrs: Fred C. Langoll, own
ers of a largo stock farm, aro In
tho county seat from Spraguo river
valley this wook. '
aeorge Hilton Jr., federal farm
loan appralsor, arrived hero last
night from tho Fedoral land bank at
Spokane, and loft this morning for
tho Bonanza country, whero ho will
spend tho next few days appraising
land In that section.
Ladies' Aid Banquets
A. . Brotherhood
The organization of the Men's
Brotherhood of the Methodist
church was entertalnodfwlth a ban
quet last nlgbt by tho Ladles' Aid.
Mrs. Harry Poltz, president of tho
Aid, was In charge of the supper
which was servod to CO members
of tho organization.
Arrangements woro mado for a
permanent group with one big main
purposo of uniting tho men of tho
church. Banquets are to bo held on
the second Thursday of each month
Officers elected to carry out tho
work are as follews: 0. II. Barn
stable, president; Don Beldlng, vice
president, and E. H. Jones, eccrot
ary and treasurer.
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1 PaMT Claw
I Cash Reister
1 Scale i; .,
1 Caatfy Scale
1 las Cceam Oabtoet '"i
1 lea Orttua Freeaer
1 Pape Rack
1 Tobacco Kaifo
Candy am aad Trtaya
Also oatiro stock of GBO
CiRQK) at LHB8 tbaa COST.
1126 MAIN ST.
Next Saturday afternoon at 2
o'clock at tholr home, 11 Nursery
streot, Ashland, Oregon, Mr. and Mrs.
W. F. Arant, who until their re
moval to Ashland were for many
years residents of Klamath county,
will colobrato their goldon wedding
anniversary; 'They wero married
Octobor 29, 1871.
!Mr. and Mrs. Arant wero pioneers
in Klamath county and friends horo
havo received announcement of tho
Intended anniversary colobratlon and
will doubtolss shower them with good
wishes next Saturday.
Million of dollars worth of watch
es havo accumulated In SwItzerlnnB
and thero is no market.
i Ain't Mad
a Real Sensation
THE ENTIRE STOCK OF
ON SALE THURSDAY AT
1-2 Price Plus $1.00
We Carry Such Hats as Mallory, Rothchilds, Stetsons. Etc.
Tl 1 n 9 . SATURDAY
Dance at Dairy 0ct. 29
GOOD MUSIC GOOD EAT S GOOD TIME
FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 28
v ' ' Music By r
Rubbers that won't wear out
where others do
Samson" Extension Heels.
McDonald Hall Monday 31st I Hallowe'en Night
Come Dressed Up, "More Fun"
Y Music by Cochran's Orchestra
Henty of Prizes
HERE do your rubbers wear out first?
Nine times out of ten it, is the heel.' This
is tne reason why beacon Falls rubbers are
made with "Samson" Rvfncmn U.-i.
They are not an
Millions of. pairs
have been sold.
. And in the sale' of
these millions of
rubbers it has been
proven that the Beacon Falls "Samson" Heel lengthens
the life of the rubber.
Its a waste of good money .to buy trashy rubbers'
particularly for children.
Mr,, An active kid will kick
you can buy them.
Ueacon FalTs rubbers
-are built to stand hard
knocks The children s
rubbers have the "Sanr
son" Extension Heel nnd
GUM T.OE. Kidi
simply can't kick them
, , , . . out. We have the same
rubbers for adults.
II you will come round and sec us we win show
SSJlte0 rubbcrs- Evy one has the Beacon Falls
CROSS at the bottom. The CROSS is the mark
of- BEACON FALLS" rubber quality and
satisfaction. Don't wait for th kiW 1U u
la (r h, Crn, show you these rubbers mw.
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