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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 15, 1921)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
us Evening Herald
E. J.'.,MUBBAY . -..Editor
V. J.JMHBKTT City Editor
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Publlshod daily except Sunday, by
The Hqrald Publishing Company of
Klamath Falls, at 119 Eighth Street.
Entered at tho postottlco at, Kla
math Fans, uro., tor transmission
through the malls as socond-class
anattor. ' y
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED
" ' PRESS.
The Associated Press Is exclusively
entitled to the use for publication of
all nows dispatches credited to It,
or not otherwise credited In this
paper, and also the local news pub
TUESDAY, NOVKMBKIt 1(5, IMI.
Mrs. Vincent from Pasadena, Cal
was here, for several days -visiting
friends and looking after her prop
erty Interests here. During her stay
she was a guest at a dinner party
at the home of Mrs. Harry Wrlthrle
and was the house guest of Mrs. J
W. Jory. She also was a dinner
Sliest of Mrs. Buttons.
Mrs. J. D. Hooper and daughter
Ila were Klamath Falls visitors
John Dcpuy was a Klamath Falls
Mjr. and Mrs. Fowlortand son Ken
neth are preparing to leave soon for
Alameda, California. Mrs. Fowlor
-nnd Kenneth go on the train while
Mr. Fowler travels In hlscar. Mr.
Fowler was foreman of the Chinese
Kltck Wong leaves soon for his
"home In Stockton. Wong lias been
hero looking 'after his business In
terests. Domlnlco Ferai-coe and Mark For
Tiorlso were Klamath Falls visitors
Little Ida Del Fattl has been pn the
-Blck list for several days.
Mr. Wynant, government ditch au
porvlsor, purchased a Ford bug re
Herbert Largent and friends were
Klamath Falls visitors Friday.
Mr, Mills from Mills Addition and
3. B. Burnett, of Mlltor Hill, were
-visitors at the S. L. Burnett home
Air. and Mrs. Walter Turner from
Klamath Falls were week-end visit
ors nt the JohsDcpuy home.
Mr. and Mrs. Curran and sons
John and Jamos, Mrs. Walter Kemp
and daughter, Neva Jane, and Mrs.
"Styles, of Klamath Falls, were week
end visitors at the J. D. Hooper
TAzn Dopuy from Klamath Falls
woh a week-end visitor at the home
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
John and Orr Hooper from Kla
innht Falls spent tho weok-oml with
tholr pdronts, Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
Miss Ila Hooper was a Klamath
Tolls visitor Monday.
Mary Dol Fattl aud Winston Hill
Patterson were absent from school
Monday on accoant of Illness.
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A COOD BED And a good bnth at FOB SALE 2 marcs, wagon, har-
Colonlal Booms, 11th near Main,) ness, 4 cows, hoi for, etc. Might
and 741 Walnut. Stoam ,heat. IS, I trade for city property, or lot. Box
. 1134. Klamath Falls, or Innulrn Old
Sutton Banch, Keno Boad. 1G-16
Mr. and Mm. J. J. Morton, who
have been vlsHlag their daughter,
2rs. Luther Haaklns, have returned
to tholr homo Ib 0 rants Pass. Mr.
ond Mrs. Morton aro just returning
from a trip to Missouri.
Mrs. J. H. Covert and Mm. Bram
tiall, of Klamath Falls were In Mer
Armlsttco day wag celebratod by
many of the Merrill people attending
the various exercise at the Falls,
All places of bustaesf were closed for
the day, ,
Mr. and Mrs R. H Anderson, Mlas
Hatton an Miss fHliott attended the
ball at tho Scandinavian hall Thurs-
Mr, and Mrs. Gdd Fraslor, Mrs.
Mabel Weedoa and Godfrey Bambo
also, attended tho hall in Klamath
'" Falls Thursday evening. Other Mer
Tlllltes going In Vfanraday were: Mr.
-and' Mrs. Moyor, Hiss Margaret Bot
tls, Miss Alas WMaon, and Blmer
Morrltt. i .
On Friday Mr. Mid Mrs. O. W. Wal
" ton, Mr. and Mm. Seat tu, Mr, and
, JMxs. Fred. Stukel, M r t. A. Barrows,
Mrs. Clyde Barrawa, and Frank Zla
bek were In Klassath tHIU.
A son was staas to Mr. and Mrs.
5Wm Hammond rharsday, November
W Pauline 4ealBl was a Kla-
ptaath Falls vlsltar ffhnradar and Frt--lay.
M;r. Oodfiwr Maatlio la vlaltlag at
tho home ofhla wotker, Mrs. Jake
Air. T. A. Itarrnw bas returned
to his ranch near lien,' California.
J. W. Taylor kni pnrduMMd 10
hoad of fine owos from Fred Peter
son. Mr. and Mrs. J. Wi Haaklns have
left for various parts of California
to spend tho winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Hcdgopath and
family havo moved to their now homo
in aiendale, Oregon,
Mr. and Mrs. V. B. llcamcs havo
moved to Olcndale, Oregon. Mr.
Beanies Is a pioneer of Klamath
county, having llvod hero sorao thirty
years, Ha has engaged qulto exten
sively tho last few years In the bee
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Anderson of
Klamath Falls spont Sunday with
Mrs. Andorson's parents Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. Brown.
.Mr. and Mrs. Fred" Peterson woro
Klamath Falls visitors Saturday.
Mr. F. Fruits, B. Kattenhoni. Leo
nard Bowman, and Chas. tlrown
ilrovo to Keno Thursday evening and
spent Friday fishing, returning l'rl
The Salvation Army officer v,j3 In
Merrill soliciting for tho army Satur
day. Bev. Father Molloy hold servces
In Merrill Sunday. .
Mr. and Mrs. F. L Pope and Miss
Marjorlo Popo were Klamath visitors
Misses Thlrza and flclon, Anderson
attended a party gvon by their couMn
Miss Elisabeth Bamsby, at Klamath
Mrs. Lester Klrkpatrick Is spend
ing a fw days at Dorrls whero Mr.
Klrkpatrick'n brother's wife is qulto
iMany Klamath Falls peoplo arc
down evory Sunday tp enjoy the hunt
ing on tho lake.
Miss draco Holmes, 11. N., of the
Oregon Tuborculosls Association, who
has been making a survey on tho Bes
crvatlon among jho Indians, was a
Merrill visitor Friday. Miss Holmes'
hdadquartors are In Portland, Ore.
Sho came down with MUs Frlcko. i
iW. H. Turner met with a painful
accldont Saturday, life had takon
off a load of wood from his wagon
and while getting back on the wagon
bis team started to run, throwing
blm several feet, fracturing a rib
on -the left aide, the broken rib pierc
ing the lung. At last accounts Mr,
Turner was resting easily.
LOST Lndlos gotd watch on or near
Main St. Finder plcaso return to
Horald office. Reward. Mrs. Louisa
Broylcs, Keno, Ore. 1G-17
Ono of tho most attractive homes
In Hot Springs Addition reasonable.
121 North 8th St.
FOUND In front or McDonald's Peel.
Boom, bunch of keys. Ownor'may
havo tamo by colUng at Herald of
fice and paying for ad. 15-16.
IIIOH SCHOOL BOY Wants work of
any kind after school. Klojd Ting-
loy, Leo Apts. 15
FOB SALE 2 Durham cew: also
brood sow and boar. Old Sutton
Ranch. Keno Boad . 1G-1C
WANTED TO BUY tVocal Instruc
tion book, "The Art of Singing,"
by Shakespeare. Phone 70 boforo
G:00 P. M. 1G
strayed from County Farm, 1
brown mares, roach inane, nolght
1017 Dodge Touring, good condition.
1920 Ford, with Hassler Shock Ab
sorbers. 1920 Dodge Boadstor, Hassler Shock
Absorbers find Snubbers.
1918 Seven Passenger Chandlor.
1920 Five Passengor Studebaker. '
1919 Fordson Tractor and two Oung
Plow, slightly used cheap.
For Prices and Terms aeo
II. S. WAKEFIELD
dot results by using class ads.
HEVKBATj good oskh
Now Edison, Sonora, &c
Llko new and largo
KAItli HHKPHKIin CO.
G07 MAIN ST.
We cany a complete line "of Auto Wheels, rims
and springs for all makes of cars and have
Bpecial machinery for wheel repairing and
0. K. BLACKSMITH SHOP
So. Sixth St.
KLAMATH FALLS HAS The greatest
Irnmra mlnarnl wi In tha wapM
at the New Hot Springs Bath House.
MEALS BY DAY Or weok, 716 Broad
St. near Main, back of White Peli
can Oarage. 16-16
LABOE FBONT BEDROOM For rent.
private entrance and bath. 716
Broad St.. near Malm. Back of White
Pelican Oarage. 15-16
LOIS O. BRIDGES '
State A Saving Bank
Marten's Vitamon Tablet
about 1206. Alao one bay gelding,
white face Liberal reward will be
paid for return or Information as to
whereabouts. Address J, H. Short,
or phone 15F1I. . 15-17
FOB RHNT x room furnished
house, furnace and fireplace, 737
Paclflt Tcrraoa, Phoat 806. IS
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Quito a number of Standard Make
Used Pianos 196 up, at little more
than, renting terms,
BARL SHBPHKRD CO,
507 MAIN BT.
for the benefit
acred Heart Academy
will be held at
U and I Hall
Thurs., Friday and Sat.
Admiuion Free Dancing Each Eveninf
Houiton t& Fllz Orchestra