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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 2, 1920)
THUHHDAY, DKCKMIIKU 2, lM.
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
LOOK HEIXM, DCOwtf
PAID MC.THW cutmort
WANT TO UKNT Farming land
with houso and barn. I am equip
ped to handle any alto (arm. Hare
own horse a and cattle. Write to Wit
II un SohrnkofC, Olene, Ore. !9-5
WORK WANTED-Mly young man.
oxporlcnced truck or auto man. R.
Konan. Oen. Del. 1;3
LOST AND FOUND
POUND A ring on 4 th St.. call at
9 Washlngtou between 6 or 7
o'clock evening. 30-1
LOST A bunch of ker. between
Oak on 4th. Return to Hotel Hall.
TO RENT OR LEASE
FOR RENT Comfortable bedroom
Adjoining bathroom, furnace heat
ed, and use of telephone. Dr. O. F.
Domoreit. 22T Jefferson St., phone
FOR. SALE Heater .and pump gun.
907 ICgh. Cor., 9th. 1-3
SPECIAL Now Period phonograph
$210, new Edison (like new) $140.
another Kdlson $20 and others. Earl
Shepherd S07 Main St. 29-4
Plain sewing and
1404 Worden Are.
KODAK FINIBHINa AT Stlnion'a
- 1'hoto Studio. 1311 Main St. Ctt
A REAL PHONOGRAPH BARGAIN.
Genuine Columbia with 25 records.
will sell for $100, worth $175. Frank
M. Upp, Jowclor. 4tf
ViK RUV. fli:i.l- and exchange any
thing. Highest cash price. Dick &
Co. 201 6th St. corner Klamath Ave.
PHONE PEYTON for wood 635!
CITY OARBAOE When yen want,
garbage removed call-lUF-23
FOR SALE Real Estate
. 1. 1 W - BBBBB1 II BrBBBBF
ft. A Wi M ' S
HMD. CLASSIFIED COLUMNS
ii i .l '
' FOR SAJ.K Completly furnished
house, 4 rooms and bath, close In.
corner lot. Has two large porches and
about four cords or 16 Inch limb
wood In basement. All for $2,600,
Some terms. Seo R. C. Dale, Phone
375, S34 Main St. 1-2
FOR SAI.K Small building. Main
and 7th. Snap. See Dick & Co. 201
Cth St. corner "Klamath Ave. 24-2
FOR SAI.K Small bouse and two
lots 100x150 on corner, splendidly
located In lluena Vista add., would
build or trade to suit purchaser.
Terms. A. II. care Herald office,
FOR SALE A few good lots on
pavement In a fast growing dis
trict; from $200 to $400. Lots with
in 4 blocks of White Pelican hotel
9300 up. Lots within a block of 6th
BC pavement $400 and up. Lots on
State Highway Inside of city limits
9176 and up. See W. M. Montellus,
with Klamath Development Co.,
X303 Main St.. phone 1. 2-tf
We buy sell or exchange anything.
Highest cash prices paid for ladles
and gents secondhand clothing and
shoes. We clean and press. Oood &
Co., successors to Dick and Co., 1008
Main St. 26-3
You'll find just what you want for
Ilia Xmos at K. K. K. Store. 29-5
FOR SALE MitcelUneoua
FOR BALE OR TRADE One
nnnnnil. urn moro. useful articles
that are absolute home necessities,,
at the (tore of Too urntsner ot
Hippy Home. 8tf
GRATER LAKE 8CBNES for Christ
mas present. Btlnson Photo Btu
New VIciroUw Temw 95 n
KeaUi. The Bt Ohrhttouut Gift.
EAIUi BHEriUHlD CO.
Feed Your Cows Olympic Dairy Feed
11AV MllJi STAOH
Until further notlco tho Rcckard
Rent SorTlco will operate a stago
lino between this, city and Pelican
Day mill. Tho trip will tcrnilnato at
the Rex Cafe and tho mill office,
though passengers will bo received
and lot off at nnr placo between
these, two points. Tho trip will not
Includo a continuance of the jour
ney beyond the mill office at Pelican
liar. The faro will bo 25 cents each
Following Is tho schedule.
I.eave Rex Cafe Ieavo Pelican
7th & Main Sts. Hay Office.
7:4S a. in. 9:00 a. m.
8:45 a. m. 1:00 p.m.
12:45 p. m. 5:30 p. m.
5:15 p. m.
6:00 p. m. 6:15 p. m.
If It dorelops that other trips are
necessary to accommodate tho travel,
they will be made. C. I. RKCKARD.
Rex Cafe, 7th and Main Sts. Phono
You arc as young as you feel.
Raths at tho Hot Springs bath house
make you feel younger each day. 2
Plain sowing and dressmaking.
1404 Worden Ave. 29-4
Know Thy Future
Consult the Rest. lolna. World's
Greatest Clairvoyant, Palmist and
Medium; one who has the power
to read your entire life, past, pres
ent and future, correctly, giving
full names, dates and figures In
business, lore, marriage and do
mestic troubles; tells name of fu
ture husband, wife or sweetheart:
advises how to bring the separated
together and mako happiness In
your home; when and who are
your enemies; what ou are best
adapted for; wbero to locate and
when to speculate; how to avoid
all bad luck and trouble; she will
tell ou the secrets of being happy
and giro you Good Luck and Suc
cess In wbat yoa undertake. Per
manently located. All private read
ing hours, 10:30 a. m. to 8 p. ai,
daily and Sundays at 53S Pine St.
Cor. of 6th, next to Terklas Fur
niture store, one block from Main
St. Hamel Apts, Apt. 1. Bsstalrs.
I IIHt AM) OFFICE NOW O.V
IIIGIITII ST., NEAR MAIN
The Herald office has been
moved from Fourth street to the
new quarters on Eighth street be
tween Msln and Pine. All de
partments are now In the new
place. The phono number has net
been changed It is still 88.
NEW CITY LAUNDRY
Tut Your DutU
In Our Sudt"
Corner Main and Conger
Having bought the
moving outfit of True &
Failing, we are, now
prepared to move
houses or other heavy
Washburn & Houston
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Odds don't mean anything to Helen.
irrM nmuu.n I V.M. PrMCMOCQ.
have -ru l. 0T go
DlRO OPV" J fLl. JUSTIAKC
Such is Life
nv o. it. jovitii
A good neighber: Ono who gets up
destro tho hundred.-ccnt dollar, over
took tho fact that It Is twice as
hard to catch as tho 50-cent dollar.
A good neighber: Ono whog ets up
early on a snowy morning and sbovols
clean his own front sidewalk,
"Nor. 2 was a groat day for civil
isation," assorts Judgo Gary, steel
What Is civilisation?
"Reforo tho white man camo to
what Is now tho West Indies," wrltos
Washington Irving, "tho natives did
not steal, nor lie. nor envy each oth
er; they shared their prosperity
with each other, and helped each
other carry tho load of mlvorslty.
They knew not tho crimes ot civili
zation." Another Unvlvctl Problem
U in tho nicest kind ot weather
the street cleaning department will
baro eight cttaxlng ono scrap of papor
eight blocks to keop tho streets spick
and span, why is it that
In wlptcr tho same department
doesn't give a boot how the street
"It has been my observation,"
obsorves Dr. Eliot, president omerl
tus ot Harvard, "that thn manners ot
the common, nverage Individual are
better than tho manners ot those
moro cstcemod in tho social circles."
"Like I used to cook," and not
Mlko mother used- to cook' will bo
the after marriage song of Walter
Hamilton, 10 years old, who won the
title, ot "most accomplished cook" In
It may brighten your present days
to learn that tho bullfrogs ot Hol
land Hook, N. Y., are predicting a
And If that doesn't make you hap
py confide to yoursolf this bit of
K A L M A 7. O O. Mich. Ground
worms are crawling on tho surface
of the gardens. If tho winter wern
going to bo a hard ono they would
he tiro feet under ground at this
Tho genuine optimist Is tho person,
who, on a wintry, dreary day, can
"Somewhere the sun Is shining."
There'll be no throwing of games,
nor bribing ot players, in the snow
The fellow who doesn't like to have
to punch the clock at tho office each
morning usually Is tho guy who In
sists his wife ought to have dinner
ready on the mlnuto that evening.
Savo 20 on men's suits and
overcoats this week at K. K. K.
Klamath LoiJfe No, 137
I. O. O. F.
Meets Friday night ot each week ai
I. O. O. F. hall, 6th and Main streets
II. II. Ogle, N. Q.; W. C. Wells. Sec
retary; W. D. Cofor, Treasurer.
Ewauna Encampment No. 46, I. O
O. F.. meets Tuesday night ot each
week at I. O. O. F. ball. Harry
Loucks. C. P.; W. D. coter, scribe;
Fred Dueslng, Treasurer.
UNION TAXI CO.
Baggage called for
and delivered. We
have open and closed
cars for our patrons.
We go any place any
I KHOW PUtViH) CAM'T TAKE.
flPTS OUT- I MTAlluuDRCP
Out owls vwu bihtS- va
go nrv nprv omiho
AMOUMY I Ntrni
Now occupying offcm In tho Under
wood building, will occupy offlcos
In tho new Wlntors building when
completed, and giro special atten
tion to Ormtetrlm and tho Medical
and Surgical treatmont ot women
For Paper Hanging and Painting
F. R. LAUGHTON
204 H IUverslde
SPECIALIST IN DIETETICS
Dr. Geo. E. Mallett
Office over Underwood
. THE WESTERN
A DUST-l'ltOOF FURNACE
In both piped and pipeless. It has
an oblong flro box. Rest for burn
ing wood. Let us show you othor
good points about It.
L. N. HAINES
101M Mala St. Phono 3SS
Dr. Maad IngenoU 'Bawley
First National Dank Building
Entrance, Room I
Dr. Loii C Bridge
10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 6 p. m.
Ill 6th St., Suite 105
Over First State & Savings Rank
NEW AND SECOND
123 North Eighth St.
G. E. WASHBURN
Construction Work of any kind.
No Job too large or too small.
Estimates furnlshod free of
Pay part dowa now, sad a little
each week until Xmaa, and we will
reserve for you any gift you mar
elect from our stook. Johnstone Fur
alture Co. stx
Dick is now in shapo and will
meet all corners big or little, Seo 201
6th oornor Klamath Avo, 24-2
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m1 Murphy s Feed Store
a... -nuin ciM'MOUf.KCLeU,
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GOUC2 TO J
I Firry riPT
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1311 Main St.
Good Portraits at
Klamath Falls Cyclery
Wn bandlo now and rebuilt motor
cycles and bicycles, nlio purls and
accessories, uoodyear. rennsyivani
and Diamond Tires and Tubes are
our lino, and Harloy-Davldson Serv
ice which spells Honest, Dependable
C. K. UIHMAUK
1 1.1 8. It!i Ht. Klamath Fall
Dr. E. G. Wiiecanrer j
Dr. P. M. Noel
Hevealfc a4 kUta BttsMi
We Bo All Xla4f of BartM Kcalr
Us New Omu Had W Otter
ALL WORK GUAKAlfTKKD
Pbooe o-T 17 Flamafh Ave,
KX-HEIIVICE MEN, ATTENTION I
The regular meetings
of Klamath Post No. I,
American Legion, will be
keld at I o'clock p. ra at
Ma Ctty Hall la KlaaaaU Falls, on
the second and fourth Tuesdays of
each month. All Comrade) are In
vited. Butae dMlrlng to JoU the Post
arkectrfe, 'application Hanks from
Q. K. Van, R&er, Fred Nicholson, or
1. U. Carnahaa, aU of Klamath FalU.
FRaU) NIOBVLBON, fleocetary.
sad many ether geed things:
Opea days, Tuesday aid Friday
Cor 6th and Klamath
Res. Phone 831-R 133 N. 4th St. I
J. 0. CLMHORN
CIVIL BNOINEIM AND
131 S. Rlvorslde
Klamath Dye Works
OUR OLKANINQ, PRFJMUNQ AND
REPAnUNG WTXL MAKK YOUR
LOOK LIKE NEW
Goods Galled for aad Delivered
481 Mala Street KlamaUi Fall
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Loom! lildg., KJaaaaUi Fall
DR. a A. KAMBO
L O. O. r. Kalldtag
Office Phone 177W Res 177R
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
PnysJrlaa aad Hnrgeoa
Klamath Falls Oregon
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
Office and Residence
I. O. O. F. Templo
E. D. LAMB
I'HYHICIAN AND HDROEON
Iluotns t ad 9
DR. T. C CAMPBELL
PHYSICIAN AND HUROEOJf
I. O. O. F. llalldlag
Residence White Pelican Hotel
Residence Phone S.
DR. L. L. TRUAX
WARREN HUNT HOSPITAL
Day Phone, 407 Night Phone, 0
HAW MILL ENGINEERING A
Designers and builders of mod
ern saw mills, pUnlag mills aad
boa plant. Dredging. Pile driving.'
Office Corner Spring and Oak
Near H. P. Depet'
I am now prepared to famish
Shasta Band from the Hoey, Cam.,
sand aad gravel pit, la any quantity
that may be desired by contractor!
AX. r. ORAJIAJf.
Let Your GLASS troubles
C E. STUCKEY
Re-ttlaagjur n Cabinet
Eleventh and Pine
DR. G. A. MASSEY
Fourth aad Piaa St,
la Warren Hoot Hospital,
Off. Phone 47 Ret. Phone SIM
124 So Sixth St.