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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 12, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The McCormick and
An Unbeatable Combination
THE OLD STANDBY, THE
glres fatlsfactlon to farmers today Just at It did when .father and
grandfather used It many years ago. Modem improvements havo
mmlo II supreme.
We have. Two McCormick Binders
One McCormick Mower
Several McCormick Due Harrows
on our floor for Immedlato delivery. You'll Imvo to hurry It you
want cno of thorn.
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The International Tractor is
First in Strength and Safety
Firt in Versatility
First in Economy
And first In the Reed grace of every farmer who has used onn.
The International make plowing, sowing, cultivating, harvesting,
pamplng and many other lines of farm work surprisingly cny. Wo
have four R-lfi International traders loft, and will he glad to explain
Its numerous good points to anyone. Interested.
OLIVER AND P. O. PLOWS
are the-most substantial In the farming world today. Wo ran con-
latently say ''We Sell Them," ior they are in great demand nmong
tho farmers of this county.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
For nil kinds of carpenter work call
R37J. 1-ct mo estimate your build
FOR 8AI.K $r.00 Monroe, roadster.
Al condition, self starter, cdcctrlc
lights, now top, tiro tubed, nnd other
accessories. Inuulro .Upp's Jewelry
WANTKD At onre, two experienced
grocery men. Houston A- I'hclps.
FOK IlKNT Nedroom; 1143 IMne.
phono .11711. 13-H
WANTKD Fosltlon ns stenogrn
pher: 737 Ninth St. 13-1!4
LOST One spotted pig between
Miller hill nnd North IllYorsldn.
I'hono 195M. 13.18
WE HAVE FOR SALE A USED
la ftrst'-flass working conditio. This
la aa excellent tractor, and cam be
boaght very rro(mably. Call and
let s show H to you.
J. S. Mills & Son
6TH and KLAMATH
FOR HAI.K Kdlton Diamond Disc
phonograph, with records. Phonn
FOR RENT Room for gentleman
only. 1103 I'lne St. 13-17
A RCAIj RAROAIN room housa
west side of rlvor, 4 Iota Improved
with shndn trees nnd bearing fruit,
chicken ynrd and garden, Owner
any sell now for 11,500 ennhi
Modern It room, house, hear 11th Ht,.
l'rlro 3,U00, $1,500 cash; terms:
50 X lot rnrner tot, nn Sixth street,
prion $1,000, half cash;
X 100 on Sixth street, price
$3,350, half rush.
Swnnson Rulldlng Phonn 4M
MONHV TO MIAN
WANTED High school hoy who
wants to learn the drug business.
Slendy work until school starts. Ar
rungements mado for after-school
worlc. Star Drug Co. 13-14
Will party who took a child's wagon
from the old Meadow take mill
site pleasn return samri. If ( s re
turned thero will be no names men
tioned, hut If not. tho party will be
prosecuted to the full extent of tho
law, as we know who took the wagon.
MRS. GERTRUDE BROWN.
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l. MOOSE HAM
FOR SALE One Improved lot. good
and cheap. See loos Main 8t,l 3-14
FOR 8AI.E 3 stores; paying bus
iness. Will sell or trade. Reo 10ns
Mala St. , 13-1?
BUIT CASES AND RAGS We save
you money. So 1008 Main St.
It you need money for hulldlng
purposes, Improvements, or to pay
off it present loan, call at this office
nnd talk over the Enutlnhte plan, A
limited nnmber of loans will be made
on- well located residence property
within the sower district. You ran
payJl back In small monthly Install
ments covering a long period of
jenrs Wo represent the Equitable
Savings ft l.oitn Association of Port
land, nnd cun promise quirk service.
Our charge are reasonahle. s
CIIII.COTK A SMITH
633 Main St.
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IX KLAMATH COUNTY
Robert ti. Button, sou of Mr ami
Mrs. Frank Sutton of Modoc Point,
and Miss Ethel- Flxley of Grants
Pass, were married nt Ashland.
Oregon, August 3. They will make
their home In Klamath county.
FOR SALE 3 tlrtt-clasa cows, all
young and good heavy milkers.
Can be aeen at vacant lot next to
Mr. TM.sp's, on South Riverside
road. Close In. 13
WANTED Girt to work In dining
room. White Lunch. 13-18
WANTED Woman to do washing,
Ironing, and cleaning. Phone 136.
FOR BALE: Cheap, second-hand
Dodge touring car: good rubber,
fair mechanical condition. Address
T. S. Hatchings. Algoma, Oregon.
WANTED 30 cords of four-foot
body wood, to bo cut from live
trees. Hlrvl Raking Co., Klamath
Falls, Ore. 13-15
Let o Aowjou how faith
fallylheNewEdisoobringt eat the wbUe distinction
m tea between two fc
Klamath Falls comes under the
sway of the mysterious Friday night,
August 13th. Charles Clifford,
world famous medium, and his com
pany of mjslery workers, stage a
great free exhibition In tho Moose
hall. Five hundred extra seats are
being Installed to handle the cr6wda
which this big free show will draw.
Ism will be explained and demon
oye can see, every phase of Spiritual
Ismw III be explained and demon
strated. Three great main feat
ures, the receiving of messages, the
great cabinet mystery and spirit
slate writing go to make up the
greatest part of a two and one-half
hour show free to all. No children
under 16 years of ago will be ad
FOR SALE Two swell little co
lonial CAtfAVJMi nnn.fialf Mn.L
from the White Pelican hotel. These
are re-Duiu nouses, nut are just like
new; bavo hath, toilet, lavatory, hot
and cold water, rahlnitt kltrhima
closets, beautifully decorated, ce
ment walks, etc. Arc complete and
Just the plsccs for young couples
vhn want In h rlnan In. Prlj .
$3,3GO.O0an d $2,500.00; terms;
BALE One of the best large
corner nn Klamath A,,,, t.a.i
the location for a fine garage. Price
FOR HALE One of the nrettlnst
residences on the hlch school hilt.
has 7 roAmi. rtirnarj flrA.niMA
garage, extra large lot. trees, lawn!
and owner will sell furnished If itn.
sired. For appointment and nartle.
J. T. WARD OO.
KM Mala fit.
Everyone1 twos syrup Hi in lime of tho year.. Lay in a
supply at Uipse cheap prieen:
White Rock (corn syrup) reg. $t.8G jj;nl. spue. ?l.(iU
While Ruck (corn nyrup) reg. i)Bc 1-li gal., 8)fc. 87e
J. U. G. Syruj) (corn syi'up) refv .$2,10 gal., spec $1.83
J. R. C. Syrup (corn syiup) rog. 5L10 1-U gal., 2c
Karo 10 lb. liluu Can, special : !j!l.20
Karo, 1 1-2 lb! Blue. Can, special .. ( . .Mic
We would like lo figure with everybody that buys
in large tpiantilie.s, as vc can save you money.
There will be an Important meet
ing "f the Iook Around Club In Ihn
Circuit Court room In the court
housn tonight, Thursday, August
13, at S'OO o'clock. Iluslnoss of lm
'portnnce will he' transacted. nd, all
members should hn present.
II) order of the eonttnlttee.
J B. RRATTON, Secretary.
Factory girts In Japan are paid
an average wago of $4.(7 a month
HOT WATER FOR
FOR SALE OR TRADE Columbia
8port'cr; terms. 337 Main St.
Telia why everyone tkouM ctriak
hot water with phospasu
la it bciora brMMt.
Headaches are caused by auto-Intoxication
which means setf-polson-ing.
Liver and bowel poisons called
toxins, sucked Into the blood excite
tho heart which pumps the blood so
fast that It congests In the smaller
arteries and veins of the bead, pro
duclng violent, throbbing pain and
distress, called headache. You be
come nervous, despondent, sick, fev
erish and miserable, your meals sour
and almost nauseate you. Then you
resort to aretanllld. aspirin or the
bromides, which temporarily relieve
but do not rid the blood of these Ir
A glass of hot water with a tea-
spoonful of limestone phosphate In
It. drank before breakfast will not
only wash these poisons from your
system and euro you of headache,
but will 'cleanse, purify and freshen
the alimentary canal.
Ask your pharmacist for a quarter
pound of limestone phosphate. It la
Inexpensive, harmless as sugar.
If you aren't reoiing your beat. If
tongue Is coated or you wake up
with bad taste, rout breath or have
colds, 'Indigestion, biliousness, con
stipation or sour, acid stomach, he
gin the pbosphated hot water cure
to rid your system of toxins and pois
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DFMPHFY HH1NS I'Olt " "l,,,'-t "Kiuirkiiiii ''till llrennen,
' ",t) m;it ii(,nt ' ' 'C boxi r In fore JitniiMry 1st.
i 'the ilntu. (iliire nnd iiiimlier Of
routine vrcro not srllei
NEW YORK. AiiKiint 1" Jack
Dempsey today signed un ngn cn m ' a Cl.mired Ad will sell It
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PORTLAND. August 12. Hogi
slow, prime mixed $18.36; cattle
steady and unchanged: sheep weak,
valley lamb $9 and $9.50; eggs
xteady and unchanged; butter 6C4-
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A QUIET clcg.incc, a rich simplicity, a colorful
harmonycon:.j)icnonsIy hcatitiful arc the
I. fine points of our No. 438. Mahogany calf
,with invisible eyelets, and modeling that shows die
latest refinements in style. And on the sole is our trade
mark BucKiiccirr a symbol that distinguishes shoes
that wear as well as they look. . "?
For Said by
BRADLEY-EVANS SHOE CO.
BUCKINGHAM 8i HHGMT
Up to Mavur.
MADGE KENNEDY in "DOLLARS AND SENSE"
'A POOL OF BEAUTIES"
A Comedy in two reels.
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FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
IAhig spectacular production, Alice Joyce' in
vw jHE SPORTING DUCHESS"
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Um'SAi ' SUNDAY
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You Kmw What "Up-to-Measure" Means
That's what we claim for this cafe. If it were not
"up to measure" -it could not maintain its present
extensive patronage. There are reasons for every
thing, and the reasons for this cafe's popularity are
its friendly service, competent chefs, and fair prices. '
We' serve substantial meals, seasonable delicacies,
and, a place where you can eat in comfort
TIIH WUK OK Till: I'lOTimCH
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Tho Saturday Evening Post story
"A DAMSEL IN DISTRESS"
Featuring Juno Caprice and Croighton Hale.
A light Comedy that is pleasing. , '
FRIDAY ' J
' . "THE POINTING FINGER"
The great NAZIMOVA in "The Heart of a Child"
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