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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 9, 1920)
THUHHDAY, ntX7K.MIIF.lt, , 10W.
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Owing to Other Business Interests We Will Sell at Public Auction, Beginning at
9 A. M. Saturday, Dec. 1 1th
We Will Sacrifice Our Entire Stock of Merchandise at
Prices That Will Astound the Public of Klamath Falls. This Auction
Will Continue Until the Entire Stock Is Disposed of
BRANDENBURG'S DRY GOODS STORE
H. C. MOORE, Auctioneer
We Still Have Telephone No. 465 423 Main Street
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HERALD'S CLASSIFIED COLUMNS
WANTED Odd Job about town.
3S0 N. 101 St. -14
WANTED SO. good wood, barrels.
Box 246. city. 8-10
MIDDLE AOH LADY wishes cooking
In camp. Experienced, and a rood
ook. Call or write 538 Pine street.
Apt. 2. '
WANTED To rent Irrigated farm,
with buildings. Box C Herald. 4-9
FOR SALE -MuccHaneoua
CHRISTMAS TREES FOR SALE by
Warns & Johnnie Dtehn, 73 Main
St. Phone 204-R. 6-11
FOR SALE Limb' and body wood.
Phone 337-J. 3-10
FOR SALE OR TRADE One
thousand, ore more, useful articles
that nre abjoluto home necessities,
at the store ot The Furnisher of
Happy Homes. 8tf
LOST AND FOUND
LOST An Elgin open faco watch be
tween the Academy and 10th and
Grant. Finder piease phone 201 or
call at Underwoods Pharmacy. 7-11
LOST If the person who by mis
take picked up the floor ollrr from
the counter In The Herald office, will
return It, or phone u., we will ap
preciate It. 7-12
General handy man wilt do odd
Jobs by the hour. Phone 14G-W
Christmas cards Dntmmond Print
Shop, Fourth and Pine. 7-9
First class dressmaking, reason
able prices, work guaranteed, 4 Vi
Main St. Apt. J. 4-9
GOOD PAY AND STEADY work for
men and women telegraphers. You
--n nnxllfv In hnrt tittle under ex
pert operator. Write Mcdford DusI-
ness college. Mcdford. Oregon. 4-12 1
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FOR SALE Real Estate j
FOR SALE-t-Modem G-room house
completely furnished for $4G00.i
Owner requires $2000 down restr
erms. Call after 12 o'clock. C26 9th
Et. Phone 309-W. 6-11"
FOR SALE BY OWNI-R Modern 4-
room house. Large attic, base
emnt, furnished or unfurnished.,
Snap for cash. Terms, Write P. O.
Uox 221. --
CRATER LAKE SCENES for Christ
mas presents. Stlnson Photo Stu
TO RENT OR LEASE
FOR RENT Fire room house 2
blocks from Main street. Inquire
at 1129 Lincoln. 8-9
FOR RENT Room with beat and
use of bath. 634 N. 8th St. 7-9
FOR SALE A few good lots on
Divement In a fast crowing dis
trict; from 1200 to. $400. Lots with
in 4 blocks of White reiican notei
300 up. Lota within a block of 6th
Bt. pavement $400 and up. Lota on
State Highway Inside ot city limits
1176 and uo. Sou W. M. Montellus,
with Klamath Development Co.,
1303 Main St.. phone 1. 2-tf
FURNITURE- UPHOLSTERING. Mat
tresses made over Feather mat
tresses made from you feather bed,
feathers renovated.5 Furniture pack
ed and crated. Clocks, sewing ma
chines and phonographs repaired.
Douglas 127 N, Fourth St. Phone
KODAK FINISHING AT Stlnson's
Photo Studio, 1311 Main St. Ctf
A REAL PHONOGRAPH BARGAIN.
Genuine Columbia with 2C records,
will sell for $100. worth $176. Frank
M. Upp. Jewoier. 4tf
PHONE PEYTON for wood SIB
CITY GARBAGE When yon want
garbage removed call 10F-23.
New Vict tolas $25. Term $5 a
Month. Tlie Best CtirUtmao Gift.
EARL 8HHPHKKD CO.
SOT Main Ht.
The Ladles ot the Christian church
will give a silver tea Thursday after
noon Decembor 9 at tho homo of Mrs.
John Thorson 701 Jefferson St. All
the ladles ot the church are request
ed to be present and friends Invited.
OUR USED CAR DEPARTMENT OF
FERS THE FOLLOWING CAR8
1917 Chevrolet Bug . $. 360
1917 Chevrolet 490 300
1912 Bulck (model 25) 37G
1918 Bulck Six 1360
1917 Hudson Super Six ...... 12S0
1918 Cole Eight (chumfny) .. 1G00
These cars are priced In accord
ance with the values ot today.
Cor. Illli and Klamiitli.
ACME MOTOR COMPANY
1917 8tudebajcer 7 passeager. A
snap ior someone, ibuu.
Model 81 Overland 6 passenger,
Electrically equipped, $325.
1920 Ford G passenger. Electric
Model 85 Overland. Electric start
er. Just overhauled. $475.
1917 Oldsmoblte 8-7 passenior.
Going at $700. Phone 264, 7tf
FOR SALE OR TRADE My Kiel
ber truck. Guaranteed to bo In
first class mechanical condition.
What have you to tradoT Max Weiss,
Army Goods Store, 1136 Main. 7tf
FOR SALE-r-Ford 1917 model good
running condition. Cheap. Apply
Bear Cat garage, 4-10
11918 Dulck six $1050
1 1918 Bulck six 1300
11919 Bulck six 1200
11919 Hudson speedster 16S0
1 1917 Hudson 7-passenger 1350
1 1917 Dodge 800
1 1919 7-passenger Bulck 1300
BUICK SALES & SERVICE CO.
White Pelican Garage. Phone. 49-J
WHO GOT THE OVERCOAT?
When the ikdles of the Episcopal
church held tholr rummage sale In
the room formerly occupied by The
Herald, they sold, by mistake, an
overcoat that was hanging on the
wall. The coat belonged to a person
who left It at The Herald office until
ho could call for It. Ho Is calling for
It now and wo would like to deliver
It to him, and It tho person who pur
chased It will please return It to this
office, we will see that ho Is reim
1 RECEIVES OLD DKIIT
j ELMA, Wash., Dec. 9. James E.
.Bulketna, hotel proprietor here, has
i Just received payment of a $100 debt
.owing to him for 32 years. The money
was scut from an eastern state, and
tho recipient had long ago forgotten
inni mo money ,wua due.
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Druminond Print Shop, 4th and Pine,
Many Christmas presents at right
Cor. 6th and Klamath Ave.
New and secondhand tires, right
Cor. Cth and Klamath Ave.
Victor phonograph machines.
Cor. 6th and Klamath Ave.
Price Is right.
At his new department store.
Cor. 6th and Klamath Ave.
The committee of the Scandinavian
Hall at 9th and Walnut wishes to
.announce that the hall Is about com
pleted. It will be open for business
In ten days. If anyone -wishes to
engage any ot the balls please call
2S0-J or apply at the building. 6-11
Carbon Paper and Manuscript Cov
ers Druminond Print Shop, 4th and
WINK HKIIO'H AWARDS
t TACOMA. Wnsh., Dec. 9 Official
commendation fur his work In sav
ing tho lives of several Jnpaneso
fishermen hss been received by dipt
Zura II, Murry of tho sleamt-r Paw
let. A number of medals loving
cups und other gifts weru present
ed to tho mariner and Ills officers
by the Japancso government. Tho
fishermen- were saved In thu Orient
by tho crew ot tho Pawlut lust August.
Pay part down now, and a little
each week until Xmu, and we will
reserve for you any gift you may
select from our stock. Johnstono Fur
niture Co. Ctf
WINNEMUCCA, Nov., Dec. 9 Tho
plan of the sportsmen's ciuuof Elko,
Nevada, to secure CO elk from Jack
son's Holo, Wyoming, und ship them
to Elko, Is opposed by tho Nevada
live stock association. It Is estima
ted that SO head ot elk will Increase
In ten years to 2C00, and thus crowd
out that many cattle. The elk at
Jackson's Hole are owned by tho fed
oral government and a number may
be secured by n community froo of
charge, by paying tho freight,, and
upon thu showing that the elk will
not be a detriment to or encroach
upon any cattle or sheep rungos.
Santa Claus rides In a Stephens
Salient Six. Why don't you? Metro
polltan Garage, at cor,, 11th and Kla
math sells them. 7-9
Say "Merry XmaB" to your wlfo
with a Stephen. Salient Six. It's a
beauty. Metropolitan Garage, 11th
and Klamath. 7-9
Take home a chicken tamale. In
tho huaka. They aro nvirrm, T?uiiy to
servo. Tho Blue BlrO. Ctf
Fruits and nuts. Dipped In cboco-l Christmas cards Drummond Print
lato. Get them at The Blue Bird 6ttShop, Fourth and Pine. 7-9
Christmas Cards for tho Kiddles
Drummond Print Shop, 4th and Pine,
Christmas cards Drummond Print
Shop, Fourth and Pine. 7-9
HERALD OFFICE NOW ON
EIGHTH ST., NEAR MAIN
Tho Herald office has been
moved from Fourth street to the
new quarters on Eighth street be
tween Main and Pine. All de
partments are now in tho now
place. The phone number has not
been changed It Is still 88,
Bring her a box of randy tonight. Special chicken tamale la husk.
Tho Blue Bird. Ctf (it thom at The Blue Bird. Ctf
See the Stepbons Hallnnt His when
All those. Interested In the Vlavlj doing your Christmas shopping. Mot
Homo Treatment will find Mrs. Lona'ropolltau Garage. 11th and, Klamath.
M. Rohn at the Arcade hotel all this. -.-,
week from lp. m. o 4 p. m. 7-91
I First flat drfsmaking; work
Carbon'l'sper and Manuscript Cov guaranteed Itraaohablo prlcus, Mrs.
ers Drummond Print Shop, 4th and It. V. Jefferson. Hi Main Ht Apt.
Pine 7-9 1. 7-11
To the Folk of Klamath Falls
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No Time During the Year is Home Happi
ness as Apparent as at "Yule Tide"
Spend your Christmas in a home any home
where you are welcome.
h is the wish of this company that every
family in this community may have a home
of its own by Christmas Day- 1921.
OUR GIFT TO ALL CUSTOMERS
Complete plans of any design you may se
lect from the greatest collection in existence
A MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL
Big Basin Lumber Company
Exclusive Representatives of the National
Builders Bureau x
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