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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 29, 1921)
THE EVENING; HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
8ATUIU)AV, OCTOBER 39, 1M1.
J Personal Mention
.Mrs. C. I-atta, who was operat
ed on yeslorday by Dr. M;assey, 1ft re
ported to 1)6 doing nicely anil n
spocdy recovery Is looked for.
C. I. Itcckard, local taxi' man,
has pufchasod two nulck Fours
through tho agency of Louis Hoag
land and wlll'u'sb tho cars In Ills local
.Fred Hendricks was down from
tho Iteservatolu yoatorday looking af
tor business affairs.
John Zumpfo, a farmer In tho Ma
lta district, was transacting business
at tho court house yosterday after
noon. ' i
Tat Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Drls-
coll, tss Isabella Barron, Paul'Nool
and Andec Mageo were a partf of lo
cal people who went out hunting
yosterday' and returned with a fair.
showing of geese. ' ;,
Itov. J. It. GiHayiiea drove Into the
city yesterday afternoon from Malta
to purchase' supplies from local mer
chants. ' ...
U. U Stewart was a .county seat
business visitor yesterday from Mer
rill. A. J. Hanan made purchar.es from
city merchants this morning for his
ranch In tho valiey. '
.Miss Lulu Hansen has accepted .a
position with Mrs. L. D. Hague as
C. H. Underwood, Wilson S. Wiley
and Austin Hayden left yesterday af
ternoon for tho Uly country with the
Intention of getting a deer. Dr. E.
O. Wlsecarv'er preceeded them by a
Ct'D. 'Chb'r'penliiB'waa In the city
this morrilhg'trom lils rancu ia tng
ell's valley attending to matters of
Frank Jschmilz was In town today
transacting business with Klamath
Falls merchant's "fromJ Ills' homo at
Beatty. ' ' '"
E. S. Vcatcli, who has been confin
ed to his home with an Infected arm
far the past few days, wan ablo to
b'o down town this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Graham mado
a trip Into .'town this morning from
their ranch on' the Algoiua road af
ter supples. r
Ed Gowen,, who Is Interested In
tho mercantile, business at Chlloquln,
Is In tho county seat for a few days.
Miss V. Sti Francla arrlvod last
night from S.tri Francisco' to accept
a portion as bookkeeper at tbWlitte
Peltvnn hotel. Miss1 St.'' Francis Is
taking the place left yacant.bythe
rmlnuitlon or Miss Betty Oray.-who
will leave within the next few days
for Boston wh'ero she expects to make
her future, home.
Mr. and Mrs. 'C.'L.Mooro, tourists
who have boon visiting scenic points
in Klamath county for the past few
days, left on tho train this morning
for tholr home In Portland.
F. II. Benton, Jr., Is a business
'Visitor here from Bray this woek
cnd. (Max Weiss, of the Army Goods
Ktore, returned last ntgbt from San
Francisco where he spent several
days on business.
Mrs. Clara Beech, teacher In tho
Keno school, Is spending the week
end In town.
N.'Kylander was In from, his farm
In tho valley after supplies today.
Mrs. Allen Sloan and small daugh
ter, left on the' morning train for
Berkeley! California, where they will
visit for at least three months In the
hopo that the' change will benefit
ttit) baby's health.
Mr. nnd Mrs'.. Rutus Moore, accom
panied by Miss Elizabeth McCurdy,
left this morning for San Francisco
to upend tho winter months.
J. J. Foster made 'a trip to Weed
today whore' tio will "meet Mrs. Fos
ter who Is' reVurnliig 'home from ai
visit In Ashlan'd. ' ' ' '
J. II. Slsemoro came In from Fort
Klamath last' night-" and leL "'.this
morning on IHo train ' tor 'northern
points. . ' .. '
6. V'. 'Woods,'-"one time partner
of A. V. no'ldo'ln'thyaychlWct'busli'
ness, nrrlvod last inlRlit from Port
land for a combined business and
nleHsuro trio. '-1 -"l"" '
, George Hilton ' lef'th'l's , morning
for a few days visit with Mrs. Hilton,
who Is In charge or the LaVbgUo
store In Marysvllle.
John Boyle, II. J. McBrlde, John
son, Del Gammon, Arthur' Leavitt
and Jack Partridge, members of the
California-Oregon Power company's
engineering force, left early this
morning for a days deer hunt north
Miss Margaret Smith who is teach
ing f.cliool at Olene, is in town to
upend the week-end with her parents,
Mr. nnd Mrs. D, M. Smith.
Th directors of the Klamath Falls
Farm Loan association met this af
ternoon for the purpose of consider
ing applications for loans.
"-V. U. Parker was a .passenger on
the morning train bound for San
Francisco and Los Angeles. He ex
pects to be gone for several weeks.
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This Washington statue In Trafal-
mr Bquare is tho gift of tho Stato
of Virginia to tho English natloni
In the foreground aro Miss Judith
Brewer who unveiled It and Earl
Curzon who accepted It on behalf of
tho government Others aro mem
bers of the Virginia delegation.
Trophy Up For the
Tho. handsome sliver loving cup
purchased early this summer by
Glover ,the Jeweler and Bert McDon
ald has been offered as a competi
tive prize tq the Klamath County
High School Basketball Association,
now In the course of formation, to
bo competed for as a permanent tro
phy, awarded to the basketball team
which successfully annexes the title
to two seasons games.
Tho conditions for the awarding
of the beautiful trophy will be set
tled at tho first regular meeting of
the basketball association represen
tatives and tho acceptance o'f tho gift
was formally made October 24 by
Fred Peterson of Merrill. With a
competitive, prize of this kind as an
Incentive, the patrons of the games
will be assured of an excellent class
of exhibitions for two years, It Is
A helmet Is the original night cap.
IWe should strive to love our neigh
bors. We can get more out of them
that way. r -..,
The more man you put Into religion
the ,moro religion" you will get out
o'f It. .
Horoatter the' .Herald will publish
the mean r'and. ."maximum tempera
ture s n'preclPtl"a'toh record as. tak
en b'y'tho U, S. Uoclorhatton(-seVvlca
station. Publication., will cover 'the
day" previous to the' paper's, issue, up
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16TH ANNUAL YOM KIPPUR NO PROFIT SALE
OCTOBER 3 1ST
WE HAD INTENDED TO CLOSE THIS SALE TONIGHT BUT HAVE DECIDED TO
RUN IT UP TO MONDAY NIGHT AND GIVE YOU ANOTHER CHANCE THE
LAST DAY OF THE MONTH LAST DAY OF THE SALE ,
2 Piece Underwear
. a garment
Heavy, Best Made
Men's and Boys'
I SALE W'JT i
II Closes WQ 1
Monday MW kV
1 Lot Special
Black and Tans
Grey Wool Mixed
Union Suits Special
Overalls are going
up. Your last
8 PAIR FOR 3c
"I AIN'T MAD AT NOBODV
Few flowers lm,vo been moro Idcntl
flt.nl with the world's history than the
mysterious lotus of Kicypt. Tho phrttse
"lotus enters" In a common one lnHt
crnture, and Is used to describe those
who llvo-ln a dream world. The food
mado from lltu dried seeds of the
Bgyptlnn variety seems Jo hove had
nn efTed slmllnr to various opium
products, and once In tho clutch of tho
drug the lotui enlen) forgot both past
aud fnmlly, mid went mooning about,
oblivious of demands mado by society,
kin, or even their own physical wants.
Make that Idlo Cottar work!
It In tho bank.
Is Successful in N. D.
The things a man admires about
his wlfo's swoll curtains Is that thoy
are packed away for tho summer.
A dog's bark Is worso than his
FARGO, K. D Oct. 29; It,
e8io, ,uuj,Uuuuv muu.uuio, . bt0 but unfortunately, a mosiiilto
qpparently successful In tho recall doesnt bayjj,
election to oust Governor Lynn J. .
About tho most satisfactory llo Is
haying you had to sorvo on a J'iry
wheu It was thojuisoball game.
Whon a man sneers at a woman 'h
talkativeness he makes a nolso like
Frazler, non-partisan. Nestos had a
lead of 21,944 today when 1,390 of
tho state's 2,090 precincts had re
ported the results of yosterday's
Often the man who makes a noise
like a bureau of charltltJ has tho
11gr Af ill I
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Dance at Dairy
GOOD MUSIC GOOD EATS GOOD TIME
D ROADWAY AT STARK
S, ii iU
You'iv Codi1b to .Tho
( Pacific International Livestock
MAKE THIS YOUR HBADQUARTKIIH -i r.
Oontfortablo Spacious Ivobby
And tho Home of the Famous K
Arthur H. Meyers Manager
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Four prizes will be offered, for the
ones raising the most tags, as fol fel fol
eows: A beautiful agate ring, donated by
A. F .Glover, Jeweler.
A gold-filled pencil, donated by
W. C. Davenport, Jeweler
A hand-painted 'China plate donat
eJ' j H. J. Winters, Jeweler.
Id Pnotograph of Crater
L?rpnated by Geo. L. Me'tz.
Theso PrlzoiisSkr ,be on Display at the Jewel Cafe Sunday and
Wllj. bo given to winners Monday,