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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 22, 1921)
" THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
?RW(M)AY, NOVEMBER 32, Iftult
Twenty-Five Years Ago in Linkville
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,Mr. and Mrs. IL Gruobel of Pprt
3aad arrived, hore on Sunday's train.
.Mr. .Qruebel Is connected with tho
ikctilatlon dopartmont ot tho Oro-
Wka-Bnd left for Chlloquln Mon
J. M. Lewis and W. E. Sanford nro
-fclaBd' hunters who loft Mpndoy
yarning for tho gooso grounds near
..JlF. Loveday of, Mt. Hobron, was
a Visitor lnthW clty, purchasing, sup-
jlles before returning home Monday.
, Mn. Dan McDowell arrived" hero
Jt: night for a few 'days visit with
'rtei.4. ' u
Mr..and Mi's. E, Fowler of Stock-
Mt.A'Biuurum, tuo suB;"-'eiaioreu
fejfVfew days' stay at (tho Arcade
kSUl.Mr. oyljir travels for tho
.-Baai 'Manufacturing company and
-wBl call ok local trade during the
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. Sullivan andiL.. Neth, both ot
Portland, arrived hero for a tow days
,-rWt with friends. '
Tea Streagor ot ChlloqUln an-.
weed that Stelger's mill at Chtlo
sjata had temporarily' closod its op
"teratioa until after Thanksgiving.1
Herbert J. Frumley, WJlbur Ham-
IKmi and George Samon, employed 'at
Qalttey's camp near Algoma, who
""wera -en route to California, 'stated
laat the camp was closod Saturday
ASkr the season; N "
Misses Mabel Loavltt, Wanda
Brown and Don Deldlng returned
Maaday after attending the foot
kail garao at the U. ot O. at Engcnp
Saturday. Thoy made the trip by
aato, leaving Eugene Saturday, aud
-tfca "'weather prevented tbcm from
staking better time. Miss Vera
' Hoaaton accompanied them to Eu-
Seso but will remain for tlirea wcoks
to spend her vacation.
(Mrs. I Touch and baby rctprned
"Monday to Ashland after "visiting
with friends here.
Mrs. Mary Moore lof this morn-'
tes for Los Angeles 'where she will
apend the winter visiting friends
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Dodson, new
ly weds are stopping for a few
ay at tho White Pelican hotel.
They are registered- from Merrill.
JJ. M. McLemo're Is a business
Tiattor hore for a few days from
Gill UP HOPE
OltEGON WOMAN IN PKltPKCT
HEALTH AKTKH HUPPKUIXG
vKAiis Mom indiokSaion
"it It was In my powor I would put
a bottlo of Tanlac In tho hands of
every sick man, woman, nnd child In
tho .world," said Mrs., P. E. Olt, 24 B
Twonty-thlrd St., North Portlands
"I'm convlncod thero novor has
bodn a medlclno mailo that Is tho
equal ot this ono. I bellovo In It bo
causo I havo tried it and know what
It will do. Jt saved mo after I .had'
about given up all 'hope, as nothing I
tried did 'me any good. For years
I suffered from a bad form ot stom
ach' trouble and was growing worse
every' day that rolled around. '
"My digestion u 'perfect now and
i'ahi In he-very best of healthdue
entirely to-tiro rilefifs ot'TahFac."
Tanlac and Tanlac Vegetable' Pills
are sold by druggists everywhere
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mmuuturjiurM i amga j ptccr mcW I fLLKcN !terjj25r
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AH ABVANCe AOBNT FOR A SHOW TROOPC l STOFP(N4
AT TMH CeNTRAL HCHCi.
Mrs. Orace Johnson and children
were passengers on this morning's
outgoing train bound for Salem
where thoy will spend the winter.1
W. B. Parker, manager of the
Klamath Development company,
leff this morning for Portland
where he will bo occupied ' for1 the
next few days with' business af
Mr. and Mm, James Darkloy,
who havo been'- here for tho past
six months,' left for"theIiv home' In
Portland. . ',
Otto Fuotte'rer, Inspector "on tho
Hart, building, which Is under, con
struction -boro at ,th'o .'present time
left .for 'San Francisco whero ho
will 'spend the Thanksgiving holi
Mrs. Allen II. Jones was a pas
songcr on this morning's train
booked for a vacation trip to San
Francisco, whero she will visit1
with friends and relatives for nn
M. D. Muson, who has been 'here
LOST Lady'a open faco gold watch.
Leave at Herald office. Howard.
SLIGHTLY USED PIANOS and Pho
nographs. Winters Jowolry Store.
SLIOHTLV USED PIANOS and Pho
nographs. "Winters Jewelry Store.
SAVE 20 TO 50 PER CENT on your
"Xmas presents. Winters- Jewelry
Storo. ' If.
SAVE 20, TO BO PER CENT on your
Xmas. 'presents. Winters Jowolry
Storo. ' tf.
FOR SALE I
1 small heater.
19X12 Brussolls rug.
1 Kitchen, cabinet.
1 Bed stead.
1 Mattress. '
Owner out ot city, thoso things
must bo sold at once. Phone 44G.
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A GOOD BED, And n good'bnth ut
Colonial Rooms, 11th near Main,
and 741 Walnut. Steam heat. 22.
FOR RENT Furnished room In prl
vnto homo. 512 North 9th, St.
SAVE 20 TO GO PER CENT on your
Xmas prcsonts. Winters Jowolry"
Storo. . tt.
FOR SALE: Good.flvo passongor enr
or lot. Want good team, wagon
and harness and milk cow. Syd Ev
ans, 703 Oth St. 22
LOST Pair of glasses with horn
rims and gold bows. Finder pleaso
leavo at HoraUl office. 22-23
for the past two weeks on business' F0R rent SU-room furnished
left this morning for Portland.
W. L. Rodney,, a Tepresontatlvo
of thft JoMnh M. TTnrman riina
Walter Dixon, and Joe.. Ball are wmvtLny ,eft th morntag mfter ,
i.e cuy louay, .rora oaoc roinj. Dn,lneM Tu,t hero of several days
bouse. 'furnace and fireplace. 737
Pacific Terrace, Phone 306. 22
LOST Chcapcako Bay dog, answers
to namo of "Buck." Howard for
Information lending to his return.
II. D. L. Stewart, 177W or 177R.
GUARANTEED Hock oak half sdlos
ifor boys shoes, $1.25. Jack Frost,
6th St., back of Endors Grocery. Op
en ovenfngs until 9:00 o'clock.
Mexico plans to mnko tho port .of
Manzanlllo' ono of tho beat on tho
en tiro Pacific coast.
A largo demand for grain cradles
still exists In hilly sections wheru n
reaper Is impracticable
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BARONET SATIN and FUR and BkOCADlt
Leave Your Orderf or Your u
719 Main Street
Phone 241 -R
lit ding to matters of business.
Thomas Means arrjvod last; night
Tran. San Francisco and is reglstor
a.at tho White Pelican' hotel.,
Thomas H. , Ness, division sup-
Setb Dixon and C. V. Loosley,
both 'prominent stockmen ot Fort
Klamath, as spending he iayv in
tho county1 seat looking" after busi
ness affairs1 and nurchaslns sun-
riatendent ot the" Caltfornla-Orp-I piles.
ea Power Company at Modford.l Miss Madge Dixon, who" has been
3a In town today looking after employed by the California-Oregon
company business. j Power company as stenographer in'
.W. C. Dalton, a prominent the engineering department, has'
stockman of this county, left on a accepted a position with tho First
.easiness trip tor Ban i-rancisco tnis Stato and Savings nank.
maontlng. Mr. Edwnrds, of the Doak ranch,
The coming holidays oncourngod Is In town, today after supplies,
travelers to such an extent that tho! Leslie Rogers Is spending tho
local Southern Pacific depot saw day In the country east of hero,
wore outgoing 'passenger, (raffle Dick Murdbck. a local business
thus '-far this man, will leave tomorrow morning
.rthta '-morning than' -'
'Jesse Beckley left
.tor Portland where bo 'Will spend
several days attending to business
C. T. Wilson, a local road con
tractor, 'left this morning .for. "ilap
Jeton, Oregon, where" he will take
akarge of some, highway work.
for San Diego,, where, ho oxpects to
uuiuiufi Diiuiiu mo winter. - - -
' Mrsf E.Vj. .Boy'd oxpocts to leave
tomorrow morning for Yroka for
an Indefinite visit with her sister
Mrs. Mary Tubbs.
Tho number of drug ltciria'now on
the market Is 40,)0:
We' have studied for years the nature
' of babies, and we We able to obtain that
'm, natural expressipn.,
See our samplgs (of. baby ph.otps. M. ;$
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Sanitary Market and Enders Grocery
HAVE YOUR ORDER IN EARLY WEDNESDAY MORNING
Turkeys Klamath County Choice. .-.'
Chickens Fryers or Roasters. -
Geese Klamath's Best;
We cdrdially invite all our friends who have
not already visited our. new marlcetcpmajn; ,
and. see us. We claim our market is (airthai
."' '' the name implies and more too.' ' -H'"
So many good things are in our stock for
your Thanksgiving dinner that we will just of
fer a few suggestiens:
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