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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 22, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
TUP-SHAY, MAIK'II ', IIWI.
KOIl 8AM-2 OK TttADB I'rncucnlly
now Kordson Tractor. Tel. 24211.
KOK HAM J Oooil fertilizer $1.00
per lond delivered Tel 24211. 21
KOIl HUNT Nice ntul rlran, 3 room
furnished apartment B24 High
KAHM KOIl KKNT Near town. Ap
ply P C Carloon. Ilox 1ST.. K K.
WANTBO Two fnrm horses for
nbout 3 weeks, to do plowing tor
their fowl. Will tnko good care of
them. Seo Parker, Farmers Ware
KOIl SAl.H CHHAP 10 x 12 shack.
ell fixed up for bachelor' quar
ters. Call at 6 p. m rear of laVotdo
Lbr. Co. 22
KOIl SA1.K I 6ft Monitor drill. 1
6 ft. McComtlck reaper. K C
llcchiloldt. Ilonanzn. Ore 22-2S
KOR SALK OH THAUK 2 40 acres
good wheat land In western Kan
sas, very low or trade for
Klamath Falls Improved property or
Klamath land. Syd Kvans. 22
Mrs Charles Chltlwoml was nmoun
the Merrill visitor who took In the
nnto show yesturdny
Miss Mary Walker, of the II N
Moe store. U confined to her home
Mm O I.. llroii and Mm Ida1
Urlmes nn visiting Mm Orb t'nnip
hell of Pine (Irmo today ,
N U W'oodhouso. of Merrill, who
Is registered at the Hull hotel. Is (
attending to business nnd taking In
the night of the auto show.
(leorge Watt returned hut night
from a Wslt to San Francisco .
Mrs. Oeorge Walton, f Merrill '
was a visitor here estordi)
1. M llraluenl. n repreentathe of
the Aetna Insurance eompun. I
here on business with Janie Irls-
coll, local Insurance wizard
K M Iturton. a lumhermaii of
Algomn, Is In the city on business
1). M ltlrd. tho auto accessory man.
who calls Oil co hli home. I In town
principally to take In the auto
show. Incidental!), he I making tin ,
rounds of the accessory men
C 1). Oodion. who In IntereMed In
the lumber business In Algotua I
hero today, registering at the While
Mr nnd Mr Matt Kngan. of Al
gomn. reached here last night on '
krtl- . ... t.n.. ..ft... n ,..( lll
In California. I
O. K. Spear, of Sacramento. I ,
Heard over the telephone
Hollo Mr Smith? Meet me down
Iho New Home restaurant for sup
per. I told John I was not going to
cook supper any moro. Can't buy It
a cheap as the Now Home put It
out and say, cooking' I believe thoy
Invented cooking and the meat thoy
serve I asked them where they got
It and. they said from the Lincoln
market and of course It fresh everv. . i...i... . ,..,... ...i,..
meal. Enough said. I'll be then- ' "" bu.lmwf. a representatlto
. oi me irnuic iieparwueiii oi ine i
KOR RENT 4 room furnished j Southern Pacific. I
r,Jv".J"i..SarKent Ave Inqulro i MlM olln, Jarvls. of ltooburg. I
512 North 9th. 22 1 ... . , . . ,
nrrhed here yesterday to take a post-
KOR SAUK 480 acrv grazing land tlon a bookkeeper with the Amer-
on Upper Klamath Marsh, partly lean National bank Mist Jarvls
fenced, good barn 50 x 50 and cor formerly was employed by the Don-
rails, deep well, also running water . ... , ...... ,
through nlacc Will nrlrr. rich, tlv " National bank of Hosehurg
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(ilovhh M JF r n,:,'hwi:aii
(Viitomorl in- JR T F M,," new n,,,,
II Million jtf rjFF l l lt V " J'"1 rrTl'
km ciot en. r Sr r r H B ,m
BS91 Bl- g t - r 'KBjB
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owner. Lock box No 31. Merrill.
KOR SALE Kordson tractor with
extension rlnu and two bottom
gang plow. Only $550. Some terms.
Might trado for touring car. roadster
or Klamath Palls nronerlr. Cliilrntn
ft Smith. 633 Main St. 22-24 J operation
Edward Dickey Is rere from Al .
Mr. and Mr. D. M. Hall. f ln-
geU'a valley, are In town for a brief
Physicians have decided that an
will not be necessary In
Have, you a clean warm room? Wo '
havo two for rent 350 3th St. 22
the case of l.ynn Skllllngton. West-
Your Easter Costume Has Arrived
Eloquent of fashion's newest nnd most bevvitchinK modes may be pUr.
chased here nt lowest price.
Timely arrival of special purchases made on our New York
buying trip, received just one day late for our opening, but
just in time for Easter. The variety of ultra-modish model at
prices which will not be duplicated in Kla
math Falls, and will bear out the wide
spread reputation of Moe'i as the drcs ihop
in which to make your spring purchaici.
Every article guaranteed
as represented. No trou
ble to show goods. Wc do
not urge you to buy until
KOUND A pleco of whlto lawn
Owner call at Herald office 22
KOR SAM-: Paying buslneM. right
man snap New nnd second hand
goods. Must sell owing to other bust
ness. Sco Dick, cor 6th and Klamath
WANTED Olrl to help with house
I work 2 day each week 7 I Wal-
' nut. 22
KOR SAI.K Auto car, now and sec
ond-hand tire. Wo carry Just what
you want All trading stock what
have you Seo Dick cor 6th nnd
Klamath aenun 22 23 .
100 I'KH CENT UNION
Arthur Bean Ted Whlto Ed H. Crawford
Musical Director Manager Chlvf Operator
The Best for the Best
THE WORKINGMAN'S THEATRE
VAUDEVILE TONIGHT VAUDEVILLE
A REAL IRISH ACT
VIOLET MALLORY AND CO.
A COMEDY SURPRISE
"THE IRISH SCRUB WOMAN"
' Comedy singing, talking and dancing that's a scream. Every Irish
man, woman and child should seo this act
PICTURES Wm Hart Production Co presents.
WM. H. HART IN
"THE BANDIT AND THE PREACHER"
With all lufr cast. Including Robert Edeson. Produced by Tho.
H. Ince. Tho most sensational and realistic fight in this plcturo ever
A two rco MACK BENNETT Comedy that's a scream
Two Shows C-30 8.30 Don't miss this show
Taffeta, Satin and Canton
Styles include straight
lines, full skirted, Sherred
Basque and over-skirt. Ba
lero Model, Ruffled Skirt
Redingate, Sashed or Belted. Priced the lowest
NEW EASTER TOGS FOR INFANTS AND CHILDREN
Frocks and Gowns, Suits
of Distinction, Coats and
orn Union messenger recently In
Jured In a collision between his bl
cycle and an aulomoblln Skllllng
ton' chnsces for recovery aro con
Miss Allen Miller, who Is attend
ing high school In Ilarkeley. Calif,
Is hern to spend a week's vacation
with her father, J J. Miller, who Is
agent for tho Southern Pacific company.
nowing at the
THE DAUGHTER PAYS"
Tho story of a man who wanted to make a girl pay
for tho KoIIIch of her Mother.
i The Ilonanza high school girls
j'und boys basket ball teams went to
Jxlcifeat In games with the Merrill
J high school teams Krlday on the
, Merrill couri. i no scores stood
girls 6-15 and boys 1315 Merrill
i high school ndmltted tho first de
feat of tho season In games at Do-
' nanzn Krlday tho Sth , the scores
I being: girls 6-13 nnd hoys 7-53. Tho
T unuvonoly matched teams wcro duo
to a misunderstanding between the
two schools as to size and weight
of tho players. Tho regular Mor-
I rill high school teams played Krlday
jwhlrh resulted In clone and well
roRUM MKKTI.VU i
! Tho regular weekly Chamber of
Commerce forum will bo hold In tho
t banquet room of tho Chamber of
Commerce tomorrow at 12-15, nnd
Secretary Hlunloy nnnnunrns that a
I subject vital to ovory member will
lm discussed. Tho customary musl-
cal nnd vocal ontiirtnlninniit will hn
, enjoyed, and nvury setit lit the bun-
iiul tublo Is uxpocted to hu occupied
J4th EPISODi: OK
"THE LOST CITY"
A STORV OP THE ORIENT
Tho Cyclo-Stormagrnph nt
Underwood's Phurmacy has
showed no change In tho last
24 hours, Indicating a continu
ation of tho Htorm porlod.
Weather probabilities for next
24 hours, cloudy and warmer
ollowed by unsettled wnathor.
a onou.sn noo oabe
You've got the money; I've got the
furniture. Let's swap.
I'KHKINH FUnNJTUHK IIOUHH
"Tlie Funiliher of Iiipy Hume"
Do You Know the Facts
About Building Costs?
Do you know THAT LUMBER and building ma
terials are down?
Have you talked TO US LATELY about building?
Do you know how reasonably you can make needed
repairs, build your new HOME, OR REMODEL your
Better get in TOUCH WITH THE situation at
The big building program that was expected in
1920 failed to develop. The manufacturers were
caught with too large stocks, and were forced to TURN
THEM OVER at almost cost.
We can show you a SUBSTANTIAL saving on
every item in our line.
But it's only fair to tell you this condition may be
only temporary. The country is short more than a
million homes. Our own city is short 250 homes.
When people begin to do this long delayed building,
demand will increase rapidly, creating another short
age of materials, AND PRICES will advance again.
If you are planning to build, or repair, come in and
let us give you figures. Then when we show you the ac
tual savings over last year's prices and show you how
favorably present costs compare with THOSE OF
1914, make your own decision.
Get in touch with us today. Build now and use
MADE IN KLAMATH FALLS PRODUCTS ..
LAKESIDE LUMBER CO.
Owned and Operated by Klamath Falls Business Men