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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 22, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1021
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The Evening Herald
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FRED SOUU3 -
Published Jally oxcopt Sunday, by
The Herald Publishing Company of
Klamath Falls, at 119 Elebth Stroot.
Entered nt tbe postortlco at Kla
math Falls, Ore., for transmission
through tho malla aa locond-clan
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The Aaaoclated Press It exclusively
entitled to the use for republication
of all news dispatches crodlted to It,
or not otborwlse credited In this
paper, and also the local nows pub
Fill DAY, APRIL 22, 1021
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Do Courcy
from Now York City, who bare been
visiting at tho homo of J. C. Rlchtcr,
on north Eleventh strcot, left by au
tomobile for Dond.
R. D. Amlcko, of tho Golden Hulo,
Is suffering from a sprained anklo
and Is unable to bo at tho store.
Among tnoso In town from Merrill
yesterday woro Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Trozler and Gcorgo Offleld.
D. W. Ryan and Richard Molhasa
are visitors from Fori Klamath.
Mr. and Mrs. Maurlco Dry an woro
called to Fairfield, California, this
morning owing to tho Illness of Mr.
Al Graham left this morning for
Hoey to be gono several days on
Mrs. Leo Bean loft this morning
for Gcrber and Sacramento to visit
two weeks with relatives.
Mrs. W. MacNalr end Mrs. C. W.
Andrews, who havo boon visiting
with Mrs. Mao Nalr's brother. Wal
ler Valentine, left this morning for
their homo In Chicago.,
C. C. Keen was a passenger for
McDoel this morning.
Mrs. J. H. Hobbs, of Merrill, was
called to Roseburg this morning by
tbe Illness of her sister, Mrs. Chap
man, of that city.
Mrs. S. E..PIehoff left for Standard
California, where she expects to
mako her bomfl.
Mrs. D. P. Ooak and daughter, of
Oakvllle, California, are hero for a
few days on their way to tho Doak
ranch at Odessa.
V. E. Lamm, lumberman, Is huro
from Modoc Point attending To bus
L. Copeland, a Fort Klamath
rancher, Is a business visitor.
E. Hoslcy was a passenger on tbe
automobile stago for Mcdford thin
Glenn Garrett, of Garrott and Son,
drovo to Dray yesterday. Ho returned
In thrco hours and reports tho roads
In very good condition.
George Hoyt of Fort Klamath Is
bore a fow days on business.
Sheriff L. L. Low drove to Doriis
, yesterday to forecloso a cbattot mort
gage against tbe Klamath River
Lumber company, located near thoro,
In which tho Klamath Stato Hank
was Abo plaintiff.
M. J. Klagett, of Detroit, Michigan
is hero'vlsltlng; at the homo of B. E.
French. Mr. Klagett Is also a friend
of Frank Mooroland of tho Klamath
Leslie Rodgers of tho First Na
tional Dank, Is confined to bis homo
J. C. Thompson, local manager of
tho California-Oregon Power compa
ny, .returned last night from San
Francisco whero he has been several
days on business.
F. C. High has almost entirely re
covered from tho effect of having
broken his leg during tho oarly
spring, and although Mill using
crutches, is able to be about town
greeting his friends and attending to
bis business affairs.
Have Yob Sec Keltey today?
NEVADA WOObi STARTS
MOVING f 8 OARS HOLD
RENO, Ner. April 32. Throe car
load of1 wool were shipped to Boa
ton from Reno Monday, with throe
more car to be forwarded in a few
days. TbUawrks the first Important
shipment tf Nevada woo since tbe
sensational break in prleee last sum
mer, it IsSmderetood the buyer made
advance payments of 7 to 10 cents
per pound on tho wool,
S. F. Lumbermen
Are' Visitors Here,
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Gonnaln, of
San Francisco, nro registered at tho '
White Pelican hotel. Mr. Oormulii Is1
secretary of tlio (Icrmntn company, I
nholesalo lumber dealers, and Is
making a (our of tho coast looking
Into tho lumber situation which ho
bollcvcs will very soon show on Im- j
provement. J. S. Kent, also of the
Garmaln company, Mho wis formerly
of this city. Is ilth Mr. Germain.
A GHOUN1) HOG (USE
You'vo got tho monoy; I've got the ,
furniture. Let's swap. , I
PERKINS FURNITURE HOUSE f
'The Furnisher of Happy IfomrV'
LOST Ladlos wrist watch, mono
gram on back V. A. I). Llboral re
ward if returned to Herald. 22-2G
FOR RENT 4-rooms furnished.
Phono 273J or call at 707 Wash
FOR SALE Mitchell C, practically
now, mechanically porfect; new
tires and battery. Prlco $300. J. A
Goldsmith, phono 269 W. 22-25
FOR SALE Lawn monor IS A.I
Franklin, Lewis St. 22-26 I
FOR RENT Sleeping room nlcoly
furnished, bath, closo In. G22
Klamath Avo. 23
FOR RENT Largo comfortnblo
bed room In prlvato family, 1149
Pine Btroot. 22-23
FOR BALE Ono truck, ono runa
bout, ono Studobaker, one Chevro
let. Will trado. Sco Dick, cor 6th and
Klamath Ave. 22-23
RANCH FOR RENT 160 acres. 30
In alfalfa, rest dry sown In rye;
good house and water, 14 ml. south
east of Klamath Falls, near Merrill
highway. Phono Mrs. M. J. Ileobe.
WANTED Good farm band, good
wages, steady Job for good man.
Address Dox 31 Klamath Falls, Oro.
FOR SALE Auto tires. Got jour
money's worth. Sco Dick, cor 6th
and Klamath avenua. 22-23
FOR SALE Paying business, snap
for right man. Will trado. Whnt
have you? Sco Dick, 6th and Klam
ath avenue. 22-23
FOR SALE 3 room house, modern
and vory closo In. Prlco $3,000.
FOR SALE 4-room house, modern,
and also very closa-ln. Prlco $3,
FOR SALE G-room modorn house,
prlco $4,000.00; -will tnko good
auto as first payment.
FOR BALE 10. room house arrang
ed In two flats, modern, flno lot,
und a sacrifice at IMOO.OO. Terms.
FOR BALE 2-room cottage, furn
ished and on good corner lot, only
J. T. WARD & CO.
21 834 Main St.
Experienced bookkeeper desires
ono or two sots of books to bundlo
evenings or lsto afternoons. Audit
ing books a specialty, D. IL, Horald
To oicliungo'lot In good rosldenco
district of San Francisco for lot In
Klamath Falls. Valuo $1260. D. H.
Herald offico. 22-23
Tho undersigned offers for salo
lots 8A and 8D of 'Block 7, railroad
addition to tho town of Klamath
Falls, Oregon, facing Spring street
and near tho Southern Pacific depot.
For particulars reply to Jamos I.
Falrcblld, Yroka, California. 32-7
Baby chlxT-A-NVR-E-D-S, 300
egg White Leghorns, Golden Buff
and Brown Leghorns, Anconas, Black
Mlnorcas, Butt Orpingtons, R. I.
Rods, Barred and Whlto Rocks.
Enoch Crows, Seabrlght, Cal. 22-3
Storo c-pou until 8 p. in.
25a Red Cedar
2 ,or 26c
2 tor 36c
2 ,or 36c
2 for 31c
5c Ball Top
$2.60 Hot Water 2 for 9 51
$1.00 Hnlr Brush
2 ,or 36c
2 ror 36c
50c Hlnkle Pills
100 In Bottle
50c Cascara Tabs.
100 In Bottio
50c Blaud Pills
2 for 51c
25c Soda Mint
60c Cascado ' 9 'or Sic
65c Cascade Llnon '
76c Lord Baltlmoro
FOR THE TEETH
30c lfoxall ' O for 11-
Tooth Paste1 tC
15c Cromo Oil
15c Tollot and
2 fo1 6c
lc COMBINATIONS ....EXTRA....
Buys a 60c whlto Ivory
dressing comb whore a
91,00 hair brush Is
bought . or comb and
brush for . . . $1,01
Buys a 16c valour pow
der puff when you buy
n box of any kind of
faco powdor costing 60c
all' Ibis week
TI.Utlinouoi(ferotiuliiwr iwMiriinnit ami IwHit irhi Uiimi
,cr Inforv. Tho On tVnt tt.lo l nn "'hoilMiiK plan ik'tclum! by io
U..I(iMlniiC).oK'tnlwvUMrll.Cl..n of It mnllorloiw prndurt.
The company Narriflees It profits nn il ) W't benefit.
Uhfra sour iininlni il thn work l dollar nml iir dollar do
double duty. Uu lmt ou need ihiw.
You par tlw ivgulnr prlco forth of Irsl nrllilo hero mhcrtlmsl nitd
onu rrnt for the Mvond. Twi article for tho I'i'lw of ono plu oiro will.
25c Violet Dutco
50c Bouquet Rniiieo
Tollot Soap '
2 for 51c
36c Itoands Fluff
36c Violet Dulco '
2 for 61c
60c Puro Castllo
2 tar 51c
0c Violet Dulco
2 Ior 61c
60c Violet Dulco O for fl1
Vanishing Cream OAC
30c Vlolot Dulco 9 for 31 f
30c Peroxzono 9 tor 91-
Vanishing Cream JAC
$1.00 Heptono 9 for CI fit
Hair Tonic ' Pl.Ul
$1.00 Nncro 9 for $1.01
36c Roxall 9 for OCn
Violet Talcum "
fin? Bouquet Itamen 9 for C1
26c Roxall O U,r 2fir
Baby Talcum w"
$1.25 Harmony 9 fcr CI OC
Toilet Water 3A.D
$1.75 Bouquet Ramee 9 for 1 7C
Toilet Water P.0
60c Syta Kougo 9 for CI-
25c Rlkera 1 9 for 9R
Liquid Rouge oc
60c Violet Dulco 9 for CI
Liquid Powder OAC
60c Violet Dulco 9 tor C1
Face Powder " OAC
$1.00 Bouquot Rameo Q for 1 ftl
Faco Powder lm
60c Alma Zada ' 9 for C1
Face Powdor OAC
25c Nallold 9 for 9C
Cutlclo Bolvont OC
25c Nallold 9 for OC.
Nail Polish oc
26c Nallold 9 tor Ofi.
Nail Bleach oc
25c Nallold 9 for 9C
Wonder Dust &DC
25c Nallold 9 for OC-
Nail Cromo OC
36c Roxall 9 for oc
Cream of Almonds OOC
ONEIDA PAR I'liATK
GUARANTEED 10 YEAIIH
36c Xnaspoons 0 tor 3gc
65c Tnblosoons 2 'or 66c
65c Forks 2 'or 66c
85c Knives 2 for 86c
86c Individual O for OC.
40c Roxall Baby 2for41e
60c Losporlno 9 tor Sic
36c Roxall Baby
1 Cough Syrup
Iluys a fl.00 cloth
brush. If you buy
a $1.00 hair brush
or u hnlr finish and a
cloth brush for $ QJ
STAR DRUG CO.
FIFTH AND MAIN STREETS
Prices do not Include rovonuo tax
2 fur 66c
60c Alknllno '
60c Milk of
2 tor 26c
2 tor 51c
50c llexall '
2 tor 51c
2 ,or 26c
2 t0T 31c
2 for 31c
7&c Nurvo Hone
40c Sulphur and
2 ,or 41c
C0c Itmall Mustard
2 tuf 61c
2 for 51c
26c Number 35
2 for 26c
2 ,or 31c
60c Opoka Coffeo 9 tor 5JC
60c Opcka Toa 2 for 36c
35c Bymonds Inn 9 tor g1c
3&c Cooking 2 ,or 36c
10c Nut Bars
2 for 36c
2 ,or 21c
76c Velvotlna '
2 ,or 51c
Cold Ltvor Oil
2 tot 66c
Buys a cako of Medica
ted hand soap. It you
buy u 26c hand brush or
hand brush and soap
Buys 11 '60c packago of
Cascado envelopes. If
you buy a pound of Cbb
cado Linen ut 660 or a
pound of papor and 50
onvolopes for . . , ggc
all (his week