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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 23, 1921)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Mr. Anil Mm. Hois Klnlny Mt Dili
mornlnk for Portland hcro thor
will spend tho holidays.
Mr. and Mr. J. r. Wells worej
among tho Klamath County rdncn
tnrs who left for Portland this morn
ing; for tho fiurposn ot attending tho
Oricon Htnto teachers' nmocUtlon.
MUl "Cliloo Tnlmor was nnother pas
ivngcr on tho morning train with
I'orllnnd nnd tho association as her
Miss Mlnnlo llnrnnm, who Is cm
tlo)cd by tho California Oregon Vow.
cr company, left for her homo In
llornhrook to spend Christmas with
I). M. Mclemore, who has been
libra on business tor tho past week
returned this morning to his homo In
Mrs. h. I). I'llts. nnd Mrs M. C
Ilobrrts nro registered guests ot the
Whltn I'dlcnn hotel today from Tort,
It. W. Campbell nrrhed Ut night
from' Portland and Is registered at
thn Whlto Pelican hotel.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Oeorgo Parker are
hero from f! rants Pass to spend the
holidays with relatives and friends.
J. P. Johnson, of the California
Oregon Power eompany, left thl
morning for Peddlnc where he will
spend Chrhtmss with tits family,
going on to San Francisco after the
iMarshall Hooper, of tho Klrst
Stato nnd Savings Hank, was a pas
sengor on the morning train bound
for firnnts Pass where he will vllt
with his wife and daughter orer
Christmas and New Years.
Mrs. Charles Whltmoro and son.
Junior left this morning for nodding
California to spend the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ooeller and
children wero outbound passengers
this morning on their way to Medford
to spend Christmas with Mis. Goel
T)r. and Mrs. K. D. Johnson and
small daughter. Tlarbara, accompan
ied by Miss MsrJorleJobes. left this
morning for Portland where theT
will enjoy a vacation over the holi
days. Mrs. E. K. Michaels left this morn-
fiacrajnjnto for a brief visit
In friends and relatives.
Mrs. A. Tloothbr, of Ashland re
turned to her homo In that city this
morning after a brief visit hero with
relatives and friends.
Mrs. 1. Urldgford departed thl
morning for Sacramento to visit for
tho next faw weeks with relatives.
Dr. Lots Bridges, accompanied by
Miss Mamlo Magee, left thK morning
for Ashland to spend Christmas and
N'cvr Tears. They expect to return
about January 3.
Miss Helen Caldwell left for her
home sear Worden this morning to
J. V. ItatchTand J. L. I.uebke. both
teachers In tho Donanza school, rame
Into town last night nnd left on the
morning train for their homes In
Falls City, and Corvallls.
Oscar Drcneman was a pauenrer
on tho train this morning bound for
Oakland where ho will spend Christ
mas with his family.
Fred Rueclc Is a county seat visitor
today from bis home near nonania.
Arrivals at thn Arcade hotel arts:
If. It. Turpln from Medford. who
drove, over In a truck, expecting to
return some time today; A. Demos,
Algoma; R. K. Elliott, Malln, Edward
Pulley nnd Frank Dakcy, "Kirk; M.
SlavJs and J. H. Chaney, Malln: Mr.
and Mrs. J. V. Hesstg nnd daughter.
Fbrt Klainath: n. 8. and It. V. Orlf
fln, Cblloquln, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Kenton, Merrill, and Cralno Charter,
Marlon N'lnn was In the city yester
day from his mill at Swan Lake. He
reports that there nro about three
feet of snow In his part of tho coun
try. C. II. Medley, who hns been hero
from rtoscburg for tho past two days
attending to business matters, toft
this morning on his return to that
Miss Vera Woods Is hero with her
parents for tho holidays. Miss Woods
Is n sludont In tho 'University of Ore.
gon, nt Kugenc,
1 will pny $60 reward for tho ar
rest and conviction of the pirtv or
pnrtles that stole from m rnurh In
tlorsofly Valley, the night of Doc.
lfilh, onn l.nkovlew Saddle. Chain
stamp, one black pair chaiu. onu,
pair chinks, one $20 bridle. I.
Ocrber. . 21-19 i
Santa Claus and Christinas
Tree at Moose Hall, Friday,
December 28rd, for all chil
dren under ten years of age.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
of WALL STREET
History of New York Stock
History of the Consolidated
Stock Exchange of New York
History of the New York Curb
How to Open an Account and
Methods of Trading
Tho Art of Speculating for
Augmenting One s Income
How to Secure Loans on Stocks
Dictionary of Wall Street
Terms and Values of Foreign
Coffin mpoa niutU
McCall, Riley & Co.
Sue Eiabus ( M w Ywk
M Broad St., New York
Prices Right on t
The Sweet Shop
t 9th A Main
1 411 Mild
Everybody happy nobody down-hearted, and Davenport
will help you be happy by giving you the best values that money
can buy Diamonds, Bracelet Watches, Jewelry of all kinds.
Why not get two presents for the price of oiie by going to
Davenport's, around the corner on Sixth street? Make yourself
happy but making others happy is the true spirit.
Special prices Saturday in Vanity Bags, Beads, Jeweled
A new line of Cut Glass just came in.
Be sure DAVENPORT is the name on the box. Then they
know it is the best that money can buy.
Only Two Days More
Remember Davenport gives Quality "Presents that Last," not
prizes and big discounts on war-priced goods.
Davenport's Motte: "Honest work at Honest Prices.
Headquarters for the Non-Divorce and Lucky wedding rings.
Official watch inspector for the S. P. and C, O.&E. railroads.
Good cheer to everyone.
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This week we are making
these exceptionally low prices
for Cash on Steel, Malleable,
Cast and Enamel Ranges:
tegular Price ' Present Price
18-inch Oven MAJESTIC Malleable Range $155.00 $116.00
18-inch Oven QUICK MEAL Black Enameled JRange $153.50 $115.00
20-inch Oven QUICK MEAL Black Enameled Range .. $163.75 $122.75
18-inch Oven QUICK MEAL White Enameled Range ...$190.00 $142.50
18-inch Oven SIMMONS Cast Range $123.50 $ 86.50
18-inch Oven SIMMONS LEADER Range with reservoir $..97.50 $ 69.30
For Cash this week we are allowing a discount of 25 on all heating stoves
The House of Quality
linked Winter Nolly 1'cnm miiko a
more ilolli'lou liioukfnsl illsh lluiii
linked apple 1 no i Imv You run I
tnkn less Holm llltlK. Upposuo
Whltn IVllrnii hotel. S3
LOST- llotwoeii Dili Si unit llniml
Avis, .18-1 otrn hoiivy wood rlmlii
Kinder plo.uo return to .tin Ninth St
nml recoho rniteril, 2.1
, Winter Nolly Pent itened like
I poncho uuil rreain, Insto liettnr nml
'nro Hotter J I r,0 liov Vou run tnkn
leas Helms IIIiIr. Opponlto White
I Pelican lui'ol 2:1 ,
llonril X riHm In inhiite famllv
I'htnie au a:i-2
(nils your atlentlnii us far us t'hrlnlinns tlllls. Wo am
not amiw.ltoiiml or snoweil miller. Ity ill v Iiik Us 'H
o can provn hy nr over nimitlMo Hlmk tin Ininl nf
I lie llnest Klnndaril Mim (Irocerles, Nul. nil Minis "r
t'smlyj aloii Christmas lloios from BOr In ll.on. ami
nil Riieils nt roiluroil prlcus on Mrcomil of 1111 urr-tork
thul will move from this ilnto.
WANTIll) Tn rent one or two
room furtilslieil house or not A-
lily I'. It. Ilerulil ofllre. 23 2
Put our teeth In n Winter Nelly
I 'ear It on would linvu somethlliK
delirious tl Ml hox Helms IIIiIr opo
Whlto Pellrnu Imtel 2
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They mean one and the same thing. They re con
ducive to filling the home with cheer and content'
ment, for the language of flowers is unmistakable.
What better gift could one make that expresses
the sincere switiments of the "donor? We're ready to
serve you with blooms of the finest quality.
Special delivery will be made on Christmas and
New Year's mornings.
MRS. L. C. MOORE
419 Main St.
At the STRAND Tonight
Where Everybody Goes. The Home of Hodkinson Features
SHOW STARTS AT 6:30 O'CLOCK
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VILUAllilOLUEE itHllE SfeKVANT QISTILECT.IPKTURES
DIRECTED BY DELL HENDERSON
A clever gang of diamond thioves planned a brilliant coup,
but they reckoned without the now butler. He saved tho jewols
and won the heart of the girl who owned them
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