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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 29, 1921)
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C Loiter of Kansas Cttr. Mis-1 FOR 8ALE
sourl. Is registered at the White l'cl'
Dr. D. B. Clnrk who has boon horo
In tho. Interest of tho Red Cross lett
this morning for Soattlo.
Mr. and Mrs. Wi. T. Norwood, Ac
companied by Mlfa Wv, Posor, loft
ner; also bed Davenport. Inqulrol
DOC Sth t., or 11. Noud, K. 1C K store I
WANTED Box factory foromnn.
Must bo familiar with Pine shook
ftnfl cnmnntnnt In tnlcn nntlrn rhnrcn
this morning, for a visit to Portland. , , 0,lorut,on of 8)naU faclory. For
ki ana i'in iivininn n a nnn nnnn i . .
Mrs. Will Worden who has bcon
visiting with her mothor-ln-law,
Mrs. Johu'Worden, of Shlpplngton,
returned to nor homo at Midland
Mrs. C. W. Cllno was a passengor' vrn qai.p T-n Mnn, (..... itnnn
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ward application, giving previous ox
perlenco, references and salary ox
pocted, to Tomlln Uox Company,
Medford, Orogon. 29-2
. Price $125
for Uunsmulr this morning whoro
tho will visit with friends for a tow
T. C. LaFronlore who has bcon
horo for sovorol days attondlng to
buslnoss mattors, returned to bis
home at 13 ray this morning. Mr. La
Frenlero has a sawmill near Dray.
Call at 711 Main St.
Export chamber maid wants work. '
Phono 346W. 29-30 J
FOR BALK Team, wagon nnd har-
noss, cows, calves, pigs, etc. Will
trade for house or car. Address 0. C
8. N. Wtlklns Who camo hero to at-; Toovroa, Merrill,' Qro. 29-1
tend tho funeral of his brothor, tho
lato Colonol WUkJns, returnod to Us
homo at Exeter.
Mr. and Mrs. James Eiell nre In
town atteadlng to buslnoss matters.
Sheriff L. I, Low and Chlot of Po
lice, Wilson loft for Portland this
morning to appear as witnesses bq
fore tho federal grand jury,
wont oj far as Medford In tho sher
iff's, automobile .
W. 0.- Thompson of the Ohlloquln
Lumber company,, la down for a few
days attending to business matters.
Mlas Bew Sptker who has been via'
I ting herewith her parents, returned
to San.- Francisco this morning
J. H. Shewry, superintendent of
the Warren Construction- company,
left this morning for Leavenworth,
Kansas, where he was called by the
Illness of his alster. ,
O. Bess and Q. L. Moore of tho
Southern Pacific oompany, are In
town' on official business.
Among those who are In town
from ChttoQUln-are II, Jl. Crane, El
wood W. Roberts and J. L. MInnlck.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Robertson
aro receiving messages of congratu
lation on the arrival of a son, Jean
, Junior, born to thorn yesterday at
tho home of Mrs. Robertson's par
ents nt Bonanta.
J". J. Stolger Is down' from Chllo
quln on business.
Ross Sutton was In from Dairy yes
terday. Passengers on the automobile
stage for Ashland and Medford this
morning' wore E. ' 'Williams, Stovo
Combs, B. A. Nason, II. O. Peterson,
Frank Woods, Mrs. Frane and A. A.
Miss Ink Graham returnod last
night' from San Francisco whoro she
has been studying music for tho past
V. E. 'McKonnon lett this morning
f6 Ban Frandseo knd Stockton on
ouslneasoxpoctlng to be gone about
FOR RENT A largo froint sleeping
room wjth bath, ono block from ,
Main. C22 Klamath Avo. 29.30V
FOR 3ALU Dandy llttlo -l-room
bungalew: has screencd-ln front
porch, bath lavatory, toilet, hot and
Thoyrv" '"" "
A, "' Prlco $3,000. Terms.
J. T. WARD & CO.
tH Main Stroot 29
WiANTED Remington rlflo, 30 or.
82 calibre. Must bo In good condi
tion and reasonable. 335 Sixth Su
BAIIY AT WATKIN'S" HOrK
A' baby daughter was born yes
terday afternoon to Mr. and Mrs.
James Watklns Jr., at the family
home, 410 north Ninth street. The
child has been named Betty Lois.
1 WEATHER RECORD I
Hereafter The Herald will publish
tho mean and maximum tempera
tures and precipitation record as tak
en by the U. S. .Reclamation service
tatlon. Publication will cover the
day prevloas to the paper's fsaue, up
to 6 o'clock of tho day.
Max, Mln. clpltatlon
Apr. 4 43 23
Apr. B GO 23
Apr. 0. 51 23
Apr. 7......... 61 19
Apr. "8 05 33
Apr. 9, 66 86
Apr. 10.. ..... 66 42
Apr. 11 61 35
App,, J2 58 84
Apr. H..,.- 68 22
Apr 14 50 ' 17
Apr, 1C...... 16 52 21
April 16...... 57 31
Aprl 17 55 37,
April 18 ........... 55 86
prll 19.,- 52 . 37 ,
April 20 :..T59' 40
April 21 . ,68 ,35 '.,
Apr.' 22 63 46 '
April 23 ."H '27
AprU 21. m.62'. 26 v
AjrlJ26 62 ST "-
April 36 6B "'-SI'
April 27 66 ' 82
April 28 71 36
FOR RENT Now
Furnished 4-room apartment. Tel-"
ephone 273J. 707 Washington. 29-2
FOR SALE Brldgo Beach cooking.!
stovo, 336 South Sixth St. 20-30
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HtlK& ov 4i
During the last winter
we have taken in exchange
on Baby Grand and Player
Pianos many good Upright
Instruments and in order
to make room for higher
priced new pianos we must
sacrifice these at once.
As we allow two years
pn any of these instru
ments wise buyers will not
fail to look them over.
See them today whether
you are ready to purchase
ssjs' . "iBijy Ta driiistBn
FOR BALE Harts
335 S. 6th St.
FOR SALE Parlor sulto gonulno
solid mahogany 6 pieces. Inqulro
A. L. Fortson, 803 Walnut Avonuo.
9 . m. to S p. ra. 29-4
EARL SHEPHERD & CO.
FOR SALE Rich, black garden or
lawn filling dirt, $2.00 largo load.
Phono 342W. 29-30
FOR SALE 1076 gallon gasoline
tank with fittings. Imporlal Oar
Apartmont houso showing Incomo
of 1450.00 por month, with flvo-year
lease, good location, 84,250.00.
Brick apartmont houso on Main
St., Incomo about 8400.00 por month?
Rooming houso 18 rooms and
restaurant, on Main street, building
and furnlturo 83,600.00; ono-half
CHILCOTE & SMITH
633 Main St. 29
FOR RENT Furnlshod apartmonta
and stooping rooms. 1005 Pine.
Phone 448W. 29-2
FOR SALE Auto cars and tiros.
Plenty of oach."Wo savo you monoy
Seo Dick Cth & Klamath Avo. 29
CARD OP THANKS
We wsh to oxpross our slncoro ap
preciation to the many friends who
so kindly assisted us during tha Ill
ness and death of our boloYcd bro
thor. MRS. W. C. TOWNSEND,
TONIGHT AND SATURDAY
Tho Big Irish Picture
DICK BOSSON IN
A story of Frisco town politics
A MACK BENNETT COMEDY
Vhat is an earthquake of ljumor
TWO SHOWS ,6:45 8:45
ADMISSION ADULTS 28c
The Dejusjtlooal Wonderplsjr
"BINS OP THE WOULD"
One Business Music
507 MAIN STREET
FOR SALE OR TRADE Practically
now Fordson tractor. What havo
you? Phono 342W 29-30
FOR SALE 120-cgg incubator,
cheap. Good as now. Gordlng's Sac
ond Hand Storo, 1008 Main St., Opp.
P. O. 29
FOR SALE Al paying business;
right man a snap. Will trado, what
havo you? Seo Dick, 6th and Klam
ath Avo. 29
Have You Scon Kclloy today?
W. E. and J. E. PATTERSON
Wo glvo all our work personal attontlon. Use nothing but first
class matorlal. Lot us glvo you figures on your painting.
133 N. 4th St.
Res. Phone 531-R
Rowing at the
Don't fail to read the Herald Classified Ads.
STARTING APRIL 30
Leaves Rex Cafe 9 A. M. and 5 P. M.
Leaves Algoma 10 A. M. and 6 P. M.
RECKARD AUTO SERVICE
William S. Hart
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"THE CRADLE OF COURAGE"
He was tlio worst crook In tho city until He Join
ed the buddies In Franco and bocamo a real man
nnd then "Kolly tho Cop." 800 the groat fight between
Hart aud "Tom Santschi" of tho Spoilers farao.
The Jolly Dick Lonsdale Company
SUNDAY Ilex Beach's grrt pUy. "THE KOUTU
WIND'S ?IAUCE." The Wit story of Alaska. "
At The Liberty
The House of Personal Service
"WANTED AT HEADQUARTERS"
With Eva. Novak starring. One of tho bost crook stories wo
havo ovnr shown.
"OUT OF THE CHORUS"
Camo Alice Brady and oho married into n swoll family but whoa
tho test camo eho Had moro roal "class" than any of tho bluo
blo6ds who thought tbcmsolvcs so superior. U'a a gcod story.
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