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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 9, 1921)
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FOll I112NT Thrco rooms, unfur
nished. G21 Onk. 8-1 4
THE EVENING HERALDKg AMATHfl FALLSJ OREGON
FOR ItrCNT Two largo furnished
.housekeeping rooniR. -101! So. ltlv-
orsldo. I'Jiono 467W. 3-11
FOrt HUNT Throo room hoilso, now.
Inquire Fred (larjch tit old Ash
land rmll store. . 9
FOR BAIjM Oil HUNT Throe room
plastered honso; cooil bath room.
Inquire It. .Noud, K. K. K. store.
IF YOIT WANT n Navajo rug, beauti
ful design, ilrop a postal to Mrs.
M. J. Ynilort. Klamath FalM, ami
nho will call to soo you.
Scatter claim ail column
FOlt SALE Ford touring; imw seat
covorsj now paint; now top; tiros
Reed. Klamath Falls Auto Co., 224
Main St. 1-12
FOll IlKNT Furnished apartments
on Main SI. l'hono 376.
FOR 8AM3 1917 Chovrolot tour-I V
Ing; now battery; now paint; Reed 2
running order. Klamath Falls Autoi
Co.. 834 Main St. 8-12
n. IFOR SAM3 Ford Speedster; factory A
nod)-; now pa i iu unit upnoisicry; i a
a dandy. Klamath Falls Auto Co.. ' V
224 Main St. S-12
FOR SALK Oakland "Four" speed- V
stor; liosrh magneto; Reed tires; ?
now paint. Klamath Falls Auto Co., U L
'M Main St. 8-12 j V
ryrfcht !!nit IV.'is.'S icr it Marx
WANTK1) TO W'V-Knira ownor,
modern C room house, not too far
out.' Must bo reasnnnblo and on
terms. What hnvo yiiiiT Address
M. Horald office, at on re. with price
MIUDU: A(5 HO lbY"wislies"p"osS
tlon as JioUsekooper, In motherless
family preferred. Call Kellogg npts.
3-4. 9-1 2
FOR RKNT Funilshed one room
cabin for bachelor. 741 Walnut
a I I
FOR SAM3 70-lb. sack baby rhlck
feed, fruited oath and fruited
whoat mixed. 711 Walnut Avo.
WANTKD Your watch or clock to
repair. Ocorpo L. Mctx. Jeweler.
C22 Main St. 9-23
If you neglect planting your shade
trees, roses, borrlc, etc. this spring
you will loso ono year's growth. So
placo your orders nt onco. A. 11.
HAM!. 1014 Mnln S-10
Fred 1. Houston, local
merchant, left this morning for Al-
Roma, where ho will transact busi
ness, returning this ovenlnR.
Mrs. Mabel Weedon, formerly urn-
ployed by thu Star Drug compifhy
left yesterday, for Merrill, where
shn will visit hnr tlntti?litnr Dm-nthim.
and other rolatlvcs and friends for ' J
several woeks. '
T. M. Ciinnlnchnni mill wlfo. fnrm- ..
lunmnguam nun who, larm-i-?'
ors of tho I'lno drove district woro'T
city visitors yesterday.
Henry Stout, gnmo wnrden for
this district, left this morning for
tho Ft. Klamath country whoro ho
will remain, several days.
Flnlcy Wilson, farmer of Chllo
quln, Is in the city today.
Mr. and Mrs. Kugcno Golf, who
have been residents of Klamath
Agency for sometlmo woro passen
gers on this morning's train for Kit-
Skewing at the
t .- yT
"WHAT HAPPENeB TO JONES"
"Fifteen drys' on a poor 'wet's' chest; Oh, oh, oh, for
n.boUlo of lioilcu!"
'Twas tho wall of a thirsty soul who married a wom
an for gold; then had to llvo In a town so dry that his
money did lilm no good!
Yet this wretch In need had a friend Indeed. Soo what
"happened to Jones when ho tried to sneak In with re-
A sparkling yarn that uncorks laughter and fills you
full of good spirits.
FATTY ARBUCKLE '
FRIDAY Charles Ray in
"THE VILLAGE SLEUTH"
For Your Protection
We say : "If. you a en't satisfied for any
reason, wi'fh the clothes you buy here, '
bring them in, we'll make it right."
If Yovi Want Low Cost
Buy Hart ScJiaffner & Marx Clothes
$40 - $45 - $50
You can't find any clothes at any
price that don't look well when you
buy them; the test of quality in
clothes doesn't come when you first
try them on.
After a month or two you'll bej jin
to see why Hart Schaffner & Marx
clothes are so generally preferred by
the best dressed men. These clothes
have the "staying" quality. They're
very smartly styled; and they keep
on stylish looking.
"I Ain't Mad At Nobody"
The home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes
geno, whoro Mr. Golt
charge of ono of tho
Dennis and Hugh O'Connor, far
mers of tho Merrill dlhtrict, are in
tho city today on business.
Frank Wlldo, proprietor of tho
hotel at Malln Is In tho city today,
Lcn Royco, stockman and f ar
mor, returned the first of tho wnok
from his ranch on tho upper Klamath
Kamath Falls An Empire
And a mighty rich empire it is too. Rich in natural
resources, in climate, in scenery and in' game. Rich in
everything which God could put here to make for
man's happiness and prosperity. But in spite of all this
richness, we are at present as poor in cash as the rest of
A community like an individual to gain honest and
permanent prosperity and acquire a surplus of cash
MUST PRODUCE AND SELL FOR CASH more than
it CONSUMES AND BUYS FOR CASH.
If Klamath sells for cash more lumber and live
stock and farm products than she buys of outside pro
ducts, there yill always be surplus cash in Klamath.
Our line of products is bought and used by almost
every resident of Klamath. A large portion of the cost
of every house and building is for WINDOWS
DOORS-CABINET WORK and MILL WORK.
Hundreds of thousand of dollars of Klamath cash
have been sent cut in the past few years for these pro
ducts, and those hundreds of thousands of dollars are
now in circulation in Portland, Sacramento, Weed and
Don't you wish that all those dollars were in circu
lation in KLAMATH FALLS today?
KEEP YOUR DOLLARS AT HOME
BUY MADE IN KLAMATH FALLS
B " . OUR " 12
Just received from manufacturers noted
for their ability to concentrate on quality
and style and yet hold the cost down to pop
ular levels. It has not taken them long to
give their allegiance to shoes that forecast
fashion and do not demand an exorbitant
price for advanced design and excellent ma
terials. Each shoe worthily represents its class.
There are low shoes, and high shoes,
pumps, slippers, and oxfords. And in each
style there is a wide range of selection.
REGAL SHOES FOR MEN
PRICED $9.50 $13.00
side Lumber Co.
Owned and Operated by Klamath Falls Business Men