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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 2, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLSt OREGON
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HATUHIIAV, APRIL , llSI
llr. Irfil" 1 llrldura
Over First llliitn mid Havings Unuk
Hullo 10ft Phono 103-J
HprliiK l coming on nnd-you havo
(ho house clearing bug Well. I have
Kit II. (on1 Lets got together
rcitiiiNs rniMrnn: iitirsi:
"Tim nirnMur of Happy Hume"
DR. G. A. MASSEY
imilHSMAKINtl First class work
guaranteed. Mrs Jefferson. No 3
ERA IS 601
Tho old water trough which hn
stood stubbornly whew n sidewalk ,
should ho on Klamath avenue. bo i
twecn Sixth and 8oenth streets, and
whli h has been surrounded with;
sticks, stone,, mud and muck-.. v .
II wn oiiiii.nii uuuih in iiu num.
A couple of weeks bro. tho city coun
ell decreed that the troiiRh had out
lived Its usefulness, and ordered II '
removed. Now. all that remains Is a .
half-Inch water pipe which protrude I
aliovo tho Rrouud about eighteen (
Inches, and Instead of thirsty horw i
Immersing their noses Into the ciM j
satisfying waters, an occasional Idler i
approaches tho place, turns on th
switch, fits his mouth over the pipe,
gets his fill, and remarks, "licit
drink l're had slnro e got prohlld
lion." It Is understood that another
troiiRh, of a more serviceable type,
will be placed some place In the vt
clnlty of tho old ono before marv
moons, urn poor Olil iraoDin nam ii
as many friends as he once had. and
tha day of replacement Is tar. far In
tho offinK. Still, a large number of
horses are seen In our streets oven
day, and tho trouRh. while unslghtl
and misplaced, served, a rood put
lKte, and farmers and others who
still use horses will appreciate an
Judge Lcavltt says that years ago.
before this trough was built, they us
ed to water their horse In the river,
and lots of times the men of the
community watered there too ard
more than once they were watered In
side and out. but not always of thetr
Dorris Club Holds
DORRIS. Cal.. April 1 A varied
program with songs, readings and
recitations constituted Wednesday
evening's entertainment by tho
"Young nnd Old Literary Club" of
Dorris. Next week's program will
bo devoted principally to a debate
on the question, "Rosolved that
President Wilson's League of Na
tions plan for maintenance of peace
would bo a workable proposition."
The rival teams will be captained by
Park Sherman for tho affirmative
and Clifford Sevlts for the negative.
A delegation of local business men
are planning on making a trlp.t?
Macdoel where they will bo met by
residents of that section for the
purpose of discussing the proposed
,Wocd to Klamath Falls highway
through this valley.
George F. Dexter, a prominent
suocp raiser from Montague, spent
yesterday In Dorris on business. He
Is brother of William Dexter, who
J,. C. Evans drove In from his
ranch In tho Sam's Neck country
yesterday to purcbaso supplies for
Leroy Sly, who Is farming a large
tract of the Churchill ranch, spent
yesterday hero on business,
Improvement In the form of a new
porch is being added to the front of
the Central hotel this week by Mc
Collura & Son. This will greatly
enhance tho appearanco of tun place.
Mr. and lira. D. J. Puckett visited
friends In Keno Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Switzer
have moved to Keno for tho sum-1
jner. Mr. 8wltzer will drive truck
for Swank Ilros.
Charley Tower baa accepted a posi
tion at tho Keno power plant.
Ralph Puckett Is at home again,
the logging contract having been
Miss Marie Robin visited at her
homo in Swan- Luke Saturday and
Miss Marguorito Crank and Mrs.
Clara Reach spint Easter In Kla
math Falls. '
Mr. Frank Sixton visited the Keno
school Monday. His visit wuh en
joyed by both teachers and pupils.
Ha came in tho Intcrost of county
Miss Augusta Puckett spent tho
week end at her home here,
Johnnlo Ackloy and T. E. Gruhb
wora Klamath Falls visitors Tues
day. The Keno school was dollghted
with a visit from Mrs. J. II. Short
Charley Nelson was a county scat
visitor this week.
Jim Kerns and family were call-j
ors n Keno Wednesday.
Lawn and Garden Seed
FOR 8ALF. 1!1! Ford. In lino
condition A ImrRuln Phono 35i".
y KKNT Now and modern flvo
room bungalow at 1323 Main
St at 3S per month House has nil
-ft &Z ' Smith" or
apply at residence oxoulngs. 1-
55 pr Mi'"' lltaek Kngllsh shorn
on sale at K. K. K. Storv 16.15
worth regular M2 1-3
rou SAI.K -
1 Ititlrk Sl
1 Carter Car
1 Indiana. 5 Ton
I Kurd 3-1
Terms or trade
, Mallory (Sarase
I a" S. Sixth lhne
LISTEN! Let us tell you how to pay
the mortgage off the cow. to buy a
car. to get a home, to make hair
grow on your bare dome
HOW? Order now some of those fine
Harron-Tanered white l.oghof'1
chicks. 112 50 per 100; dellrety
May 6 to July 1. 8 weeks old pul
lets $15 00 per doxen. delivering
June 1 to August 1.
MAYWOOl) POULTRY FARM.
Al-Ml - Corning. Calif
100 prs. mens' Munion last or1
shoes worth regular to $ now en
sale at H S3 at K. K K. Store 1-2
FOR SALK Smith & llarnes up
right piano. Cheap for cash. Call
at 122S Lakovlow. 1-1
WOMAN WANTKD Apply, stating
wages. No children. Riverside
Hotel. Merrill. 31-6'
CARS FOR HIRK Without drivers.
Klamath Falls Auto Co. 224 Main
vnt, eitv to wn..rwv .1,- fnm
FOR SALL To Kentucky six foot
.ad ' ?r,IU' "'"V8 hc;'"
attached. Only used two weeks,
Cheap. Inquire DI.ap and Hayden's
FOR SALE Timber, cheap If taken,
soon Address "Timber" Herald
WANTED Woman or girl to assist
with housework and .care of child-,
ren. Wrlto or telophonc, Mrs. J M.
Uedford, Cblloquln. Ore. 31-2
FOR SALE A good sired white fur,
neck piece used but a few times.
flS.OO. Phono 339W. 31
Ilargalns In Used Cars Klamath
Falls Auto Co. 224 Main. 31-9
FOR SALE Paying business Snap
to right man. New and Second
Hand goods. Sea Dick, Cth & Klam
ath Ave. 31-2
Demountable wheels In stock for
Ford and Chevrolet cars. Klamath
Falls Auto Co. 221 Main. 31-9
WANTED A girl or woman as
housekeeper Small family. Call
147 M. after S p. in. or apply 112
Lincoln St. 31-2
Reliable married couple no child
ren want furnished houso In pood
locality. Might buy. Hoi 1000. Her
I WANT TO DEPOSE OF THE
. furniture department of my busi
ness. Will give good deal to right
party, fitoro 20x50 fiot on Main.
A good chanco to get a well es
tablished, going business at a
reasonable price. W II, Ross. 9'
Main Street. 1 tf
If the Wood Dealer
Do do not sell current: wo
Well, Mipjxwo I ho ri denier holt service Ins, lead of Hood, lie
would tend to jour furnnce and jour rime, lake away tho Aihos
and clean tho flues. You would buy so much licut.
Now you buy mi much light, although you pay according to the
current jou consume. Hut tho hcnlco Is performed wou you by this
company at tho substations and poncr plants.
That Is uhnt wo want to kIvo you efficiency service. It Is the
ulm of tills company to havo none but satisfied customers. No
matter ulmt It Is, If you data n grievance, or aro dissatisfied about
your bill or do not understand our rate, plcasa coma and soo
us or write us almut It.
If you ham any suggestions to make, wo will jclady avail our.
elves of them as our aim Is constantly to Improve our service to
you as fast us the detclopment of science and human ability permit.
I will pay 12 percent nnd gho
pond t-hnltlc security for a loan of,
liooo Address (1 II care of llor.ild I
FOR SALK-Lot 313. lllock IIS.
Mills Addition, wrlto on iter Mis
A. WVIlmatt. lid Hrookbn Aw San
Jose, Calif. Ui
K0 prs. mons Nettlcton shoes o
sale at K. K. K. Store at ID 95
worth regular to $30. 1-3
FOR SAI.K 1 oak dining room soi.
1 asmlnster rug, 9 . 13, 5 oak
rockers, 1 oak Library table. Call at
Central Hotel . I -2
Carpets and rugs cleaned to yojr
satbfaitlon Win. Lush. Phono
I speclatlie In cleaning carpets and
rugs Phone 190W. Wui Lush.
CARS FOR HIRK Without drivers
Klamath Falls Auto Co 2!( Main
FOR SAI.tt One Ford, one truck
ono Chevrolet, ono runabout
good and cheap See Dick. 6th
Klamath Ave Will trade. What have
WANTBD Olrl for housework. Ap
ply 304 North 9th St. 30-9
FOR RENT Sleeping room, one
block from White Pelican hotel
Inquire MM Pine St. 30-1
CITY OARI1AOK When you want
garbago removed call 10F-53
Tell your trouble In the Furniture
lino to PERKINS "Till: FCRNISH
KR OF HAPPY HOMES" ITtf
FOR SALK R I Rooster Inquire
1133 Grant. 33-2
FOR BALK by ownor. flvn room
house and everything A. 7.. Herald.
lF(m SALB First class hay derrick
;hMp for qul(.k bMp ,, SllIr,
Ilros. lUells Stock ranch 29-2
' Spring U rotnlng on and you have
the house clearing tir Well. I havo
got It. toe: let Rl together.
PERKINS FL'lt.MTrilK HOl'si:
'Tin Furnisher of llnnp) HomV
TO LEASE SO acre Irrigated farm
, Close to town, good proportion t
right party. Call at Wlibard Wood
Henl Estate office, next door to Her
FOR SALE OR TRAOE -For fowl
days only, five passenger touring
car stand thorough examination;!
good looker Take old car that will
make good speedster; balance cash
terms. IIS5 Crescent or phone,
. . i
WANTED Work pruning young
trees, rosi bushes, berry hushes,
and earing for lawns. H. Haley. Phono
Nil Hone Corsets, made to your '
measure Guaranteed Mrs. Roso Ran
dall. S21 Jefferson Ht. Phone 2C0J
FOR RENT 35 acres in Enterprise
district near town. E. L. Stephens i
Rex 1S8. K. F. 28-2 ,
FOR SALi: 6 head or good work'
horses and one 3-yr. old colt. D W. I
Reorgo on tbo old Kv Taylor place,
Keno road. 28-2
WANTED TO RENT Small furn-i
Ished houso. Rex II. Herald office.
FOR SALE Rlocks Phone 483M.
.1 N Outhrlo 2?-8 ,
That sounds odd
A di'iise. jolhiw. penetrating h'g
hum: over tho city London recent
ly so thick tlml some of the busses
gate up In despair and slopped In thn
street, until It had cleared sufficient
ly for them to find Ihelr way I
7th and Main
Klamath Lodge No, 137
I. O. O. F.
Meets Friday night of each week al
I. O. O. F. hall, Mh and Main streets
II. H. Ogle - . . N O
Chas. Newman V (I
O. II MangUo Hory
W. U. Cofer Treas
J. II. Houston . C P
II V. flrown H W
L. J. McCluro Bcrlbe
K. J. Mayer :.... Treasurer
KX-HHIlVICi: IKS, ATTENTION!
Klamath Pou No I,
American Legion tawli
at tho City 1111 on the
first and third Tuesdays
of each month
Ex-sorvire men are Invited to at
tend tho meetings.
For membership cards or Informa
tion cx-servlco men are requested to
sco or write the following officers
J. II Carnahan, Commander
Roy N. Fouch, Post Adjutant.
For relief of employment s or
write the Chairman of Thn Relief and
Employment Committee, Francis
Olds, caru Lakeside Lumber com
pany. MINERAL BATHS
Vr. Maud Ingrrsoll lUwIey
rirst National Hank Dulldlng
Entrance Room I
Instructions la Piano Plarins; by
Expert of Many Years
MUI. OHRORN '
AV Helms ApU.
Klamath Falls Plumb
ing & Heating Co.
M70 MAI.V HT. I'HO.Vi: tiitt-W
G. E. WASHBURN
Construction Work of any kind.
Ho Job too larg or too small.
Estimates furnished frvn ut
Take out v(ir or Fill I" I"t
J 1 7 .Mortimer Hi.
I Lot Your GLASS trouble
C E. STUCKEY
Re-Glazing nnd Cabinet
Eleventh and l'ino
HnvinR bousht the
movinR outfit of True &
Failing, we nrc now
prepared to move
houses or other heavy
Washburn & Houston
(K)Oliri OF ALL KINDA
iitlt I'lttC'EM ItlllllT
We llur H-ll and Ktchange
Cor With and Klamath Ate.
nii-K'H .t m.
I Prartlral paietlng K tdlng. brum
Ing. etiaiiiellng kaliminlng ll
psMr clranltig and Konrrsl run I
II. I' TITIIII.I.
I Phone 113 (2& Oak lit
NEW CITY LAUNDRY
"Put Your Dudi
In Our SudM
Corner Mnin nnd Conifoi
Klamath Dye Works
OUH CLEANINO, I'llKMHlNO AMI'
ItEI'Alltl.Vd WILL JIAKK YOUH
LOOK LIKE NEW
1 1 ATM UEIIMM.'KKII
Oooil Called for and Delivered
in I Main Nlrrrt Klamath Fall.
i.iTT i:m ik) vont coLLurriNn
, A number or business nouses aro
i savins; the time of their hookkoepir
1 1 and Individual collectors by lotting
'us collect their monthly bills It Is
'the modern method It cuts down
i your overhead (let your bills ready
i ami wo win do tho rest
;.M.HH T II. JOLLY Cth and Main
Over Sucanuan's storo Phonn 220W
Klamnth FalU Cyclcry
Wo aru hero to serve you, and
'aim to serve you right Motorcycles
and Illcycles, Parts nnd Acessorles,
Tiros and Tithes, Hint will Hand
, your Inspection, as wo ctrry the
bust In our Una, Repair shop In
connection with Harlor.DavIdsnn
1010 Main Ht. Klamalh Falls
). U. IIIIIMAHK
PELICAN HAY HUH
Fare 2f.e each way
Leaves Rex Cafo lisvos Pelican City
7M6 n. m. h:oo a. m.
12M6 p. in. 1100 p. is.
G;"0 I'- m. 6:30 p. m.
I leek ard IU;nt Kervlr
Bbampooltit;, nmrcollng, tnasia.
InK, manicuring. For appointments,
phono 300, Whlto Pelican HoUI.
"urwi ami I'lim HU.
In Wurren Hunt Uo,m
Ott, Phono t tB,, 1hon M
i. . o. v. riiiiidit
lleslrtene -Wlill, !.,,,
llesldnnro Poons .
DR. L. L. TRUAX
WAItltKN HUNT IIOHITTAI,
ly Phone. 4U7MK,t ,.,,0Mi
Omen Phono I77v R( i1JR
Dr. H. D. Lloyd SteW.r1
ItiyslrUi, ,! HnrtB
DR. F. R. CODDARD
OHtcopnthlc PhyBlcInn and
Office and Howldcnce
I. 0. 0. P. Temple
E. D. LAMB
niTHiaAM am) hviujwwi
I'ti line I7W ltwaa I aa4
1711 Wl.lt. Uaiijtaf
L. D. Ga.i, Mi D.
i:vk, liin, nihi: ami TimoAt
Wrrrn Hunt IIimoiuI Vbimt in
llx. White IVIIran lli.ul, rhasM I
Dr. E. G. WiMcarrtr
Dr. P. M. No.1
m-iraUt aa) Mala Mtfestj
Dli. c. a. iitMrto
L O. O. F. BsOAIaf
LooiaU llldg, KUouia rss
OFIICi: OVKIl O.MIKBWH
I'hosin fJfltfJ. Hevealfc
J. O. CLL0110IW
CIVIL KSOINKKII AND
Pbouo 192J 131 8. nirsUl
HAW MILL lWOI.VKIMfl
Ikljtncrs and 'u"ll"V!(."i
rrn saw mills. plnui "j" T7
Imi. plants. llrwlgliW I' tAm
Near M. r. ir-
1M us maso y- - ' .
lnK that bosoment, or
cavatlnK you contomP- ptlrt.
do team work of W