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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 29, 1921)
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Qiirlin. I. riuullitr nil ninl vou linvu
tho houso cUmrlng hug. Well, I hnvo
got It, tool lot's got togothor.
PI.IIKINH KUUNITimi: HOllHi:
"Tho Kurnlihor of Happy Himiioh"
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
W I T H
With tho At. 0. Unrnes Circus
which comes. Ifo Klanmth Falls Mon
day, Mftr 2, Is tho homltest womnn
in tho world. So certain Is this wo
nVan of tho fact that sho occupies
' this uniquo position in thnt sho has
Indued a chnllcngo to all comers with
15,000 position as tho ntako.
During tho past winter John R.
Fowler, manager of Rho Al. 0. names
circus Bldo show, decided that tho
public -wtis rathor surfeited with
beauty and that n real homoly wo
man might bo a good sldo show fea
ture So ho placed ads In fifty news
papers, offering n salary 'of JD.000
to o gcnulno homely womanto travol
with tho circus for forty weeks.
Scored of nnswers wcro rocoUed, hut
among them was ono that stood out
It wos from Amelia Dorr, of Pu
laski, Ark., and sho was to posltlvo
that sho was tho "homllcst woman In
tho world" thnt Bho volunteered to
pay hor own expenses to Join tho
circus, and offered to retire from tho
' position in any town whero a homllor
woman could bo produced.
Amelia was ongaged without delay,
and when sho arrived at names
Circus City, Mr. Fowler understood
why sho was so posltlro that sho was
tho ono woman for tho job. Sho Is
not facially doformed, nor Is sho
ugly In tho real sense of tho word.
Dnt sho.ls'just plain homely.
And Amelia Is hungering for com
petition something thnt will tend
to break tho monotony of her circus
existence So that It there aro any
women In this section who think thoy
havo a cbanco to us'urp her place, tho
$5,000 Job will bo tholrs it thoy con
provo their claims.
Proud of hor homoly features.
Amelia Darr will bo ono of tho at
tractions with tho names circus sldo
show during tho engagement hero.
It's violating no contldonco to say
'that Amelia is still hoart wholo and
KOIt SAI.K 8 dozen fruit Jars; also
8 months old Chcsaponk Itotrlovor
pup. Phono -Ml J. 2S-21)
FOIl BAM: Pom touring. Now top.
now upholstorlugs, now paint, and
motor overhauled. Klnmnth Fulls
Auto Co., 224 Main. 23tf
CITY CIA1U1AUIC Whon jou want
gnrbagu romood call 10F-23.
Ilino )ou neon Kelloy todaj'
FOH SALIJ Three room mod
ern now fumlshod houso. Uxtra
146.00 per month. Call at 1734 Ore-1 "1""" 176" '
gon nvo. or phono 441 J.
Ono Chandler Chummlo Ilondstor,
11119 Modol, guaranteed condition. '
Ono Ford Touring car, now top,
upholstorlng and paint. Mechanically
porfect. Hulck Sales & Sonrlco.. Tel-
FOR RUNT Uedroom.
ladle proforrcd. C14
or phono 14 7 J.
ono or two
Toll your troubles In tho Fufnlturo
lino to PI.IIKIN8 "Till: FURNI81I
Ult OF HAPPY HOMES." 17tf
Colored womnn wants housowokr
or day work. Phono 4GCM, IajuIso
COLORED MAN WANTS WORK
as Janitor or houso cleaning Phono
456M, W. Lackey. 28-30'
FOR RENT Nicely furnished
with baXh, 512 N. 9th St. '.
QUICK SALE Ono
2-ton truck, Al
Call City cam.'
Tho undorslgnod offers for salo
lots 8A and SIl of DIock 7, railroad
addition to tho town of Klamath
Falls, Oregon, facing Spring streot
and near tho Southern Pacific dopot.
For particulars reply to James D.
Falrchlld, Yrolcn, California. 22-7
l)Ri:SSMAKlNa First class Work
guaranteed. Mrs. Jefferson, No. 2
Main St. 27-7
Used Standard Phonographs, 111),
oral reductions, lowor tonus. Karl
Shopherd Co. G07 Mnlu St. 12tt
FOR SALE Montana grown alfal
fa seed, Turkestan or OrlnioH.
Wrlto lluttorflolil, box 503, Klamnth
Falls, or 1927 Main St. 33-20
FOR HAI.U Now 3-roofti plastered
bungalow cheap tor cash, flood
used car taken aa part payment, or
will sell on torms. Call Sunday, Hunt
133S Lakovlow avo., Fairfield Add
No. 2, 23-29
llnby chlx, T-A-N-0'R-E-I)-S, 300
egg Whlto Leghorns, Golden Huff
and llrown Leghorns, Anconas, lllack
Mlnorcns, Ruff Orpingtons, R, 1
Reds, Ilnrrod and Whlto Rocks.
Enoch Crows, Scabrlght, Cat. 22-3
Hare you wen Kellcy tmla) ?
FOR RENT Nlco front
closo In, 1017 High.
WANTED Old mnn to do chores.
No booior. 0 ood homo, timnll sal
ary. Ilobt, S. Fry, P. O. Uox 177.
crtn auf niii'lu in.n iL.ir.tr
. V.. W.fcMW V...... . VMft.U.Vn. , . . , .
good as now. with $150 accesso I "- BKo, "'B "!
FOR SALE Small houso complotoly
furnished; a dandy homo for cou
)ou can ratso
FOR SALE 0 bond of good work
horses and ono 3 yr. old colt. I)
W. Ocorgo on tho old Ky Taylor
placo, Keno road. 18-30
Hmo You Seen Kelley today?
rioa. Phono 40W, or 409.
Hnvo yon ncen Kellcy tniln) ?
Strayed from my place, pno black
horso, weight about 1400 lbs. Dig
whlto star on faco and whlto spot on
noso. Harvey Putmnn, Shlpplngton.
Phono 82M. 2S-29
Auditing, systematizing, saw mill
accounting and general practice. Ivan
Livingston, Incorporated Accountant,
116 A St., Grant Pass, Oro. 28-28
VISITING AT MAI.IN
MALIN. April 29. Mrs. L. T,
Howell, ot Ashland, arrived hero yes'
torday. Sho will Visit friends and rel'
atives for a few weeks.
Mrs. Howell Is bettor known hero
as Miss Noma Taylor. Until a year
ago she lived near hero and mado
many friends -who wolcomo ho re
notice to mnnnrts and stock
Tho board of directors of tbo Home
Builders Investment company has In
structed tho manager to exhibit any
or all bids to any blddor or stock
holder of tho company who Is Inter
ested enough to ask to sco samo nt
any limo. 28-29
FOR SALE Housohold furniture
stoves, chalra, dressers, etc. 1413
Oregon. Phono 504 M. 2S-5
Enthusiasm is beginning to run
high hero In anticipation ot tho circus
. at Klamath Falls next Monday. Num
orous parties aro planned tor tho day
, by auto and train.
John Brett ot the K. K. K. store
at Klamath Falls, was in Dorrls for
a short time yesterday renowlng ac
quaintances. Roy Tabor and Tom Churchill
wero representatives of tho Dorrls
chamber otcommcrco nUtho Klam
nth Auto Association mealing Wed
nesday evening for tho purposo ot
boosting tho Weed highway.
Horman nercovlch, proprietor ot
tho Dorrls Mercantile company, has
taken tho sul agency for tho Stude
bakor car and has purchased ono of
tho now modols for himself and fam
ily. Mrs. Win, O. Hagolstein was a pas
songcr on last opening's train for
Klamath Falls, whoro sho will visit
A now fonco has been completed
around the high school grounds,
much Improving tho appearanco of
' the placo. Tho fence was constructed
by volunteer labor.
J. R. Clommcns is still reported ill
with a painful attack of lnflamatory
rheumatism. A special nurso has
boen socured to caro for him.
Doctors A. A. Atkinson and J. P.
Dow-man aro both driving now cars,
tho former a Ford sedan and tho
latter a coupo ot tho same raako.
your own vcgotablcs. Prico $1000;
FOR SALE A looly flvo room bun
galow, completely furnished, built
in features, cement basement, stono
foundation; lot 50x110, cloto In .on
pavement. Prico $4S00; terms. Tho
Ryan Realty Co., 512 N, Ninth St.
Used Pianos, reasonablo prices and
lowest ot torms. Earl Shophord Co.
FOR SALE Timber, cheap It taken
soon Address "Timber" Hornld.
That You Know
Hnvo You Hcon Kelley today?
Carpets and rugs ("loaned to your
satisfaction. Wei. Lush, phono 190W
Spring Is coming on and you havo '
tho houso clearing bug, Woll, I havo
got It too- Lot's got together,
PKKKINK FURNITURE HOUSE
"Tho nirnliher of Happy Home," j
It Is not good for mini to bo nlono,
thnt Is why woman refuses to lot him .
FOR SALE Two Ford Chassis, $100
and $250. Just tho thing tor a bug.
Call 933 Washington St. 27-30 ,
Pumpernlckol rye. Whlto Grocery,
Delicatessen. 27-29 i
WANTED Contract to board mon In '
camps. Inquire Ilox A. 55., Herald.
FOR SALE Franklin touring car, 7
nassongor. flno condition. A snap
for a quick salo. Soo at Imporial
Oarago, or phono 358. 28-4
For real Durham and Jersey mllk,i
call Premium Dairy, 22F2. If not,
why notT 25-30
40 acres peach land In Union Co.,
2 ',4 miles from La Grande. Will
trado for a car In good condition.
Address 305 Pine. Phone 358. 28-1
FOR RENT Pnsturago for about
300 head ot cuttlo. Good toed, good
water. Phono 121 W. 20-3
EMPLOYMENT WANTED First
class maid or housekeeper. Can
give good roforenco. Call Washington
Rooming. Houso. 25-30
FOR HIRE Ford cars without driv
ers. Klamath Auto Co., 224 Main
LOST Tortoise rim bow glasses
Kindly return to Hornld office and
recoivo roward. 25-30
Have Vou Seen Kellcy foda V I Havo You Seen Kellcy today'.
from ordinary tea (o
fine tea, but it's only a
short way tn price.
k Why not drink Hilvilla.
then and enjoy
Mills Will All Be
Dorris In IS Days
DORRIS, Cal April 29 With n
crew ot 85 mon in tbo woods, Peppers-Cotton
Lumbor company has
started logging operations prepara
tory to tbo beginning of sawing at
their mill near Macdoel In tho near
future. A spur railroad track connect
ing their plant with the Southorn
Pacific line Is almost finlshod. This
railroad will greatly Improve tho
company's ability to handlo Its pro
duct. Pheneger & Bailey, another luuv
nor concern tn the vicinity, will also
use the new railroad for tho ship
ment of their lumbor. Most pf the
lumbor mills In this section win no in
full operation within fifteen days.
In More than Name Only
We feel that we would not be justified in using the
name, "Palace "Market," if we did, not conduct our
market in accordance with all the demand's of sanita
tion, and service. We place great stress upon sanita
tion, or cleanliness, if you prefer to term it that way,
and we feel that our efforts to preserve this cleanliness
is thoroughly appreciated by our patrons, the list of
whom grows larger every day. The item of service
should not be overlooked we insist that our represen
tatives shall be courteous all the time, and that prompt
ness in giving this service shall be an ever-present shop
OF COURSE OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
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Klamath Falls Monday O
j One Day Only May
THE SHOW THAT YOU KNOW
WILD ANIMAL SHOW
AL. G. BARNES
Big 4-Ring Wild Animal
The Show That's Different
ANIMAIi ACTH 2
Performing Jungle brrl Afrlrmi Mini, Ilrngnl nmT Hllierlnti Tlgerri,
I.tfipnnK .Ingum-H, I'uimiri, Itiitnlnn (Irlily ninl Polnr Itonr, l.lr.
ih ill, Cinn'li, Yvhrni, ZiiIhin, Minima, KungnrixM, lllppoMitaiul,
(Jlraffi, (Mrlt-lii'4, Ili'iin, Ounuig (lulling, liilmpnnicen, !,
I'niilei, Motski'." lintl (.iintn.
Every Animal an Actor
Every Act an Animal Act
hPi:ciAi Aii)i:i) n.A until koii iut
Till! llltV..M KWrAJiV
"ALICE IN JUNGLE LAND"
Produced iiihIit din pvrminnl illrrclion nf .Mr. llnriH". Hundred
of People mill UorM unit rntiiitlr Anlninlx tnki part In thU mit
iiinel, Miipi'iulou mill Kl'tterlngly Rorgfuu uii 'o nf nllrgurlrnl
The Most Amnrlng Anliiuil Art Kxtant
TIGERS IN ONE ACT
lurluillii-c ItAJAII, lli $10,000
Tin Clrnu Art Ilrnulirul
Tim nrlil'n only prfirinln( IJamtui,
Tom, llik nml Hurry Horse ItldliiK Heal.
ItlK lllll WrxKtlliiK (Irlnly.
Tot mid Tin)' Kmiillrnt I-rtlucatixI Horr.
The Morlil'n tinly IMuniliil Zebra.
HiuiKi'i, II)iinnillo Oicl u mid (Inn Powder Jut Male.
The only oi furiiiliifc CanieU In the world, Including
HOIiV .MOHi:.S, Karnil Arabian Illaclc Cnmol
Tlio Inrncst lirnl of MTfirfiilii(t IMrplmnl.
Tho Illcli Krliool nml Tiiiiro DjiiicIhk Hornc.
1 lie Knii of perfonuliivr Hon III American Puniu.
A Hinli'tlo nf Trnliit'il IjiiikIiIih; IljennM,
Tlio Itlillnc DrhlnfC, mid lUclnu Oatrlchra.
TJii) .MiihIciiI Carrier PIkooiir.
The world's only group of performing IlrnKat Tigers.
Tlio I'uniiy Climn Plgf.
PULL GROWN AFRICAN
World's CliullciiKo (Iroup In Ono Act
AI.IUAIi MO.V rldew In n hnlloon, ur
rouiuleil by Nhootlug kl) rocket. An uu
NiirpasM'd feut in ullil uiilmul education.
HlKli licliool, ltlillnf;, Diincliig and Military
HOUHLS AM) PONIKH
World'n Preiiiluin Htork, Kvery ono nn nctor
JIAKIOJIDNIO f TT I T C InfT Mi
PA('IIl)rClt.M J4 VJ V J J OAITIVITV
Tlio on!) I'erfmmliiK IllpiMipolnmu tho AVorld Hm liver Heom Z
40 ANLMAIi CI.OU'NH. OOO PEOPIiR. fl CONC'KIIT HANDS. H
OAMilOI'KS. ISO ANIMAL THAINKIW. a 111(1 HPKCIAI. TKA1N8 ! !
io deuiim: i,i:n(.tii am,-htkkl, caiih m
GMTTKIHNfl TW'0-MIIiIJ HTIIKI7T PAltADK AT I0:mi A. M. '
reiforiuanio lUilu or Bhlue, a and 8 p. m. Dooih open 1 nnd 7 ',',
SEE THE blG FREE-TO-EVERYBQDY I
On the bIioiv ground after the parade
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X Ootuo Carly. Thero 1 Plenty of Instruct aud Ajnuse, You uo Ifl
Tltcd to inspect 1 1 in Uoou tqjii ov tlio (lames Premium IloteM
ill tho fitable Tent, or any other Department thnt May Hold
for Vou Particular Interest.
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