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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 25, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
TIIUIWDAY, MARCH 25, 1020
The Well Dressed Boy
$ I 6rxvy -x I
I If $$$
Mt'iv x it . r KBr i h
YOU LIKE TO SEE A BOY WELL
DRESSED YOUR BOY, OR ANY
OTHER. PUT A GOOD CLEAN-CUT
HUSKY LAD IN A GOOD-LOOKING
SUIT OF CLOTHES, and HE'S A JOY
TO THE EYE OF EVERYONE.
LEATHERIZED CLOTHES WILL
GIVE STYLE AND WEAR.
IN OUR BOYS' DEPARTMENT
WE'LL DRESS HIM UP FROM HEAD
WE CAN SATISFY YOU
AND THE BOY.
NEW PHARMACY HALO'S CLASSIFIED COLUMN
A 1 1 KAU m
FOR SALE Real Estate
1'OH 8ALB Small
houxo and im
proved lot, Went side. Krult trees.
berries, etc. Address A. F, Her
, . , , , , 'VOtl TRADE 1 lot on Walnut St,
Tito new pharmacy which has been , for span of horses and wugon.
equipped in the new Warren Hunt Address A. F., Herald, 2 1-25
hospltul, and which Is the only one of
FOR SALE Household
439 Pine, phono 24-.I,
FOR SALE Ford. $325; Reo, 1310.
Howie G"rage. 24-26
iih kind in the Htat', Ih proving itself FOR SALE Miscellaneous
to he an unqualified success, accord
ing to the manager, Mr. Robinson.
Although only open one week, sev
eral hundred prescriptions and orders
for m oil t "nl and surgical supplies have
been filled already, many out of town
being among the number. Tho volume
of business done, and the number of
prescriptions' filled have passed the
in st sanguine expectations
Tho most gratifying feature Is that
iiiv luuntiijiiiujin uuvu nui Keen uun- i-uii sai.h a cabinet grand, up
fined to those written by the doctors' njlht Piano, CO Pine St. 24-29'
on the staff of tho hospital, but have!
come in from every doctor In the cltv. FOR SALE
According to .Mr. Robinson, this shows I. op1 J'
very plainly that tho public aro In i 1
hearty sympathy with tho pharmacy, FOR SALE Sonor.i talking machine
TO LET Logging contract flvo mil
lion feet, 40,000 per day begin
ning about April 1st. This Is a big
wheel or team truck proposition, V4
mile haul, ilox 112C, Klamath Falls.
Storage Batteries H. Shldler
All parties having cars on storage
at the Illehn garage, formerly tho
Ford Garage, are to have their cars
cut of this fcarago by .March 31,
1920. (JEO IIIKHN 20-27
PHONE PEYTON for wood. 187
CITY GARBAGE When you want
garbage removtd call 52J.
SAFES T!ir- Fireproof Gary
Safes. .Must fcll today. Will exchange.
of the 1'Mny pajim-ntH. Address George II.
I jirra Do (icncrsil Delivery, f ily
l.Ht day; leaving tonn. 24-25
Electric Wiring H. Shldler
Printing, Stationery and office
supplier. Pioneer Printing and Sta
tionery company. 12C Main St. 9-tf
One yearling Jersey w a mtwii at rtrrv r,ni.i..,i
very good animal. Phono ) , , . , . . ,
24-2C Mouse, furnished apartment or
'furnished rooms. Call Herald Office.
" I Ain't Mad at Nobody "
Home of Hart, Schaff'ner & Marx
And Florsheim Shoes.
''t- tJ $-5-t5$-5-t-
Note From the pen of ono
wliono linn do idU'tiu Is long but
cnllglittinliiK, to-wlt, "A-Klam.itli-VoilnrySchoolinaiii-
That- Wm-l n-I'lil'-.to-FInd
- a - Hoarding - Mace."
cliliM the follouing sorrowfi.l wall.
A man would iiuui coiitiintcd hlui
.relf wllh brlift,1' exprostlon hoiiiu
tl.lrtg llko ''(t i .vire h-ll."'but ')
Ing u lady of course hIio couldn't.
.With prope-- .met prof tiso rpologies
'to Kipling v;o iirlnt It .Uiyliu, :i
white chip Into the general j.' knot
of reform In .ui.imilno iportat;u
of reforming it tew school boar. Is.
And cook you breakfast while youJCranil Jury February 27th. One In
dress, 'dlctmcnt accused them of conspiracy
Eat with one band and with the otliT ! In preparing a false claim of depend-
Comb your hulr and such, and do the ency for Dempsey, and a, second
rest ! charged Dempsey with evasion of the
I Of other duties that nwalt you; j Draft Act
1 And then be off at the appointed
"time; " - - - I
.If you can do all this and smile, and i
I say you like it
and are quick to avail themselves of
the opportunity of having their pre
scriptions compounded at the' only FOR SALE Ford, $325; Reo, $5c0. 1 WANTED Position by girl In of
drug store In the state that does noth- Howie Garage. 24-2C' fice, shop or store. High school
ing else but compound prescriptions' -..- t9 nnn j Graduate. Call- 28C-W. 24-25'
, ,, , ' ... ' .FOR SALE $2,000 contract, draw- ,
and fill orders for medical and sur- Jng s per ccnt Paym-nta, $40 a'wANTEDno volt single phase 2
nionin. Tel 2,sw. 23-27) or 3 h. p. motor. Phone 167
! 9 1.9K
gleal Riipiilles and drugs
Those patients of other physicians,
who wish to have their prescriptions
filled at this exclusive pharmacy may
do so by having their physician leave
tho prescription with them, and then
calling up the pharmacy, which will
immediately send for It, fill It and
return it In the shortest possible time.
FOR SALE OR TRADE A No. l..
lute sewing machine, will trade
for 12 or 1C gauge pump gun. 920
Jefferson St. ' 22-25
Storage Batteries Charged..!!. Shldler
Used cars for sale one 1918
Chevrolet, first-class running condl-
If there is no phone In tho house. tlon- Prices ar0 right- Central Gar
.j..,,, w age. 16-ti
And innko all tho world think m,
, Why, yours will be tho realm
Then you will suit most m-Iuki! board
I to perfection with your style.
If you can live mid beds unmade and
That seldom get tho'tailu of drink; -
Or stand cupboards that have ac- It Is thought that "ccnglomera-
cumulated, tlon" u used here Is synonomoui
From many cooks a conglomeration. with the nioro rythmic phrase "a
If you Villi sleep between sheets twice most unearthly stink," another In
turned stance of the handicap upon feminine
And covers such as you luivo never expression of tho inmost thought.
Or If you can stand tho iiinoll of , ' Y" '
Threo times a day with garlic In
IhI ween. 1 '
' SAN FRANCISCO, Mar. 25. Jack'
If you can cut groat slab of green ,.,, ttorll,., i1(,nVywelglit chnm-j
wo0"', plon, mid his.manager, Jack Kenrns.'
And chop It to kindling ovory nlghl; ,,loni,ol, not Biity bororoJiIBe Rob-1
And carry It up endless stairs without ort Sj iJ(.an tho Vnitci states Dls-
flinching trict cftrt, when arraigned on charge '
And fix you flro and treat It Just a( conBpfruey to ovado tho Selective,
r'KM,'' i Draft Act- Their prollmlnnry hearing
So that you will lmvo neither smoke wn8 ROt for April 3d. The two np-
to blind you I poaroil lutor beforo Francis Krull.j
Nor dismal falluro to try your temper fnlted States Commissioner, and '
hoto. I furnished bonds, Dempsey for $2,-i
I 000 and Kearns for $1,000. j
If you can rise at early morn' They wore indicted by tho Federal
We will soon be in shape
. J, ...
to deliver cither Raw or
Pasteurized Milk to any part
of the city.
E. L. French
Present Telephone 21-F-2
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If someone who
had suffered with
rheumatism for years
came to you and said
"Anti-Uric cured me
after many remedies,
baths and doctors
failed," would you
give it a chance to
cure your rheumatism?
Thousands of users of
Anti-Uric will tell
you just that. We
publish in the daily
papers letters of
people who have used
Anti-Uric for their
rheumatism with the
very best results.
These people will
gladly answer any
tured for doctors to
prescribe, its success
was so great the
to put it on the market
for the public. It has
made thousands of
friends who are glad to
recommend it to other
If you have rheumatism
tiy Anti-Uric. If you
are not satisfied with
the results your
money will be returned.
For sale by
Star Drug Co.
thpn the nntlnt tnnv rpnnnuf. thn nt.
tending physician to' elther.phone or'
leave the prescription at the phar
macy and this will be done, as tho
prescription belongs to the patient
and may be filled anywhere the pa
tient desires. m
The fact that tho pfiarmacy never
-loses Is also drawing a large trade,
for when a person needs medicine:
they need it at once, and it Is worth'
something to know that at any hour
of the day or night there is a high
class pharmacy open where the medl
cine may be had. Mr. Robinscn has)
turned over to Sir. Mills full charge
of the pharmacy at night, and several
people have availed themselves. of its
night service. Mr. Robinson will be
glad to personally show any visitors
through the hospital and pharmacy
which is a sight worth seeing. it
WANTED To get
do at my home.
plain sewing to
901 R039 St,
WcANTED A man to work on ranch,
by the month. Phono 25.5-X.
.years old. Several head of young
work horses. Inquire of Enterprise
Ranch, or phone 253J. 12-tf
Serves you right Club Cafe 6-tf
FOR SALE A double drawer Na
tional Cash register. Just like new.
Rex Cafe. 12-tf
RESPECTABLE young man wants
board and room with private fam
ily. A. W, L,, Herald. 24-2-3
WANTED Men for construction
work. Wages J5.00 per day Mor
gan's camp, Dairy, Ore. 22-27
WANTED ON RANCH Man and
- wife, man for farm work wife to
cook, for 3 or 4 men. Good house.
Miitr hHi. ,. ninin,. ni vc nn,rt-i .
.- w. w..', .(.t, ,,wa., . ..u..u- i . . . . ,,,,. ..., ,.,
EarP juu. ivuiu giving ijuhiuui
graphs. Pianos, Records.
Shepherd, 507 Miln 75t. 24-tf
Serves you right Club Cafe 6-tfjFal,s' reen-
(ars ol experience etc., and wages
wanted to' P. O. box 31, Klamath.
FOR -SALE Used cars, 1917
FOR RENT OR LEASE
FOR RENT Garage for one
939-10th St. Phone 144-M
WANTED TO BUY One to three
healthy setting hens. Prefer Rhode
Island Reds or Plymouth Rocks Call
car, Herald office. 19'tt
6. WANTED TO BUY A small house
'I in good location, with large lot
PASTURE LAND For rent or sale, ' prjce must be reasonable, with
near Malin. The S. W. U of S. W. ' terms. Address R. C. S. Herald of-
securing recognition. Holy Cross and Write for information, Frank HalasJ '.
Hoston tollego are among the latest earq Joe Hulas, H. o Bx 2, Phoenix, i WANTED Light housekeeping
Boxing as a college sport is fast!
to full. in lino.
-'FOR SALE: Second hond United
rooms or apartment by
aid Office, Box J.
iifXtii tSzw ijU
Motor truck of 4 tons fully equip-, WANTED A stock saddle: must bf
'ued for hauling, excellent condition in good condition. Phoue 253J. 9-ff
for only $'2750.00 F. O. B. Portland,-
Oregon. For particulars, write Thorn-; WANTED A message from you to
'ns Randies, 2C-North 15th St., Port
ilnnd. Oregon. tf
FOR RENT Space in these columns
at five cents a line n day. A line
he; ' is read by thousands every
the readers of Tho Herald, if you
have anvthing for sale, for rent, lost
Serves you right Club Cafe 6-tf
i FARM FOR RENT OU SALE Near
' Klamath Falls under ditch. Ad
dress R. Herald office. 12-tf
Give Us a Trial
Klniuntli Falls, Oregon
FACTS, Xo, ,-tiJ
The Macadam Base
Tho undisturbed fine ma
cadam rouds of Multn:nmh
County upon whi h bitumi
nous surface was used ac
counts for tho splendid con
dition of the roads after
five years' hard usago To
hnvo destroyed this would
have heon a waste, yet it
was utilized when the roads
were paved with
w.umEN nnos. co.
AH main Klamath Falls,
Grauts Pass and Ashlnnd
streets are paved with
Warrenito - IlUulithlc, all
over 10 years In sorvlce.
WHEN YOU WANT ANYTHING
in a hurry advertise for it here.
Tho White Pelican Baths will op
en Wednesday evening, March 24, use
for the public. They will be open
every day from two to five and sev
en to ten. Those wishing to engage
tne piungo for prlvato parties may
see Mr. Mnnn nt baths of
LOST AND FOUND
LOST A golden opportunity to sell
you'- homo, your farm or anything
you wish to dispose of, it you do not
the classified columns of Tho
Springs Bath House.
FOUND A chance to dlsposo of any
nf tho Ifinilmnl nl,ln ntinlrta tlinfr
Hot! you have stored away in your cellar,
Electric Appliances H. Shldler
ATTENTION: FARMERS, CON
TRACTORS AND TRUCK USERS.
United Motors Service Company is
offeiing for sale direct to the users,
tho United Motor Trucks in 1 Vs. 2.
3 Vs and 5 ton sizes and 6 ton tract
ors. Big discount, savo tho agent's
commission. For prices nnd dis-1
Counts, write Thomas Randies, care.F0UND Gol' earring. Owner may
United Motors Servico Compnny, 2C-! lmvo same by identifying and pay
North 15th St. Portland. Oregon, tf ' Ing for this ad. 403 Walnut. 24-2G
attic or barn. Turn your waste Into
cash. There Is always someone who
wants just what you have for sale.
Find him through tho classified
columns of this pnper.
FuoNl) Lodgers purse in bed con
taining money. Owner can have
same by Identifying and paying for
this ad. Mrs. F, C. DeChaine. 705
Mnin St., City. 23-21
EX-SERVICE ME.V, ATTENTION!
Tho regular meeting?
of Klamath Post No. 8,
American Legion, will be
held at 8 o'clock p, m., nt
the City Hall in Klamath Falls, on
the second and fourth Tuesdays of
each month. All Comrades are In
vited. Those desiring to Join the Post
may secure application blanks from
G. K, Van Riper, Fred Nicholson, or
1, H. Carnahan, all of Klamath Falls.
FRED NICHOLSON, Secretary,'
GET quick results advertise
SPECIAL MUSIC AT THE
SATURDAY and SUNDAY
BY PROFESSOR E. W. LAKE, ably
assisted by MR. EDDIE MAXWELL.
Absolutely the best string music ever
brought to this city. If you miss this
treat you will bo sorry. Tho music
alone is worth four times the admis
sion and nil for tho same prico. Come
early and hear the street concert.
, PRICES 10 and 25c '
A Herald Want Ad will sell it.
Murphey's Feed & Seed Store
26 South Sixth St. Phone 87