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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 19, 1921)
WANTED I "totlJ yur wockona at KaKt
KOIl HAI-K At a Imrr.'iln, u Reed
iiowIiir iiiiicIiIiiii; In find cluwi
shape. Apply 227 Jefferson HI 18-10
KOIl UKNT Ono or two furnished
rooniH, with or without curnKo;
11 GO I'lno Btnwt. 1H-10
WANTIOI) Parties with ciim to trav
el! Ill OroKon, Wiinlilni;ton, liluho
mill Nuvmlii. A splendid money milk
I UK propottltlon. If Intori'stcd, call
. lloom 230 llotul Hull. 18-1 0
Household fiirnlluro for unlit;, nlso
house for rout. Iiujulro H2fi t'nm
cent Avn. 18-20
KOIl HAM- Practically now uprlKht
plmio, at a barKaln. Terinn If d fi
ll rod. Inquire Mulliy, Winters Jowol
KOIl UKNT- HIcnptaR room, bath,
fin pur month. Call attor C o'clock
D22 Klamath Ave. 1C-22
WANTKI) A hotmnkoapor; must not
hn ovor forty years old. Address K,
It., Hornld offlco, 10-20
KOIl BAMS Four room Iiouho, with
tiutli. chlukon Iiouho and wood-shod
I.nri;o lot, all In Knnton, 6.0x100. (fur
nished or unfurnished). Will socrl
flco at J12E0. Apply 1C2C HnrKont
KurIo HldRu Tarorn Is opan for thn
KOIl HAMS Konlson tractor with KOIt BAMS Modorn f Ive-roora built
tutunHlon rliim anil two bottom H'-ln
Oliver plow, (.'heap for caiih, or will
trado for car or city property. Chll
rotii A Hmlth, 033 Main HI. 1K-10
KlnhltiK Ih Reed now at KaKln
KOIl HAI,B About 30 lllark Minor-
cha hens, 1 mill 2 yours old, nil
lnylntc. John Druliur, 112C (Irani Ht.
Don't wosto all your nvonlnns thin
summer. Htudy practical bookkeeping
and typing with tin. Night classes
tort May 23rd. Two nlnhts wookly
romplutcH our courmi In thrco
montlin. 1'onltlonn alwayn open for
those who know. W. W. HOIITH
WISM., Itoom 3 l.oomln Hldit. l'liono
129 or 430. 18-10
IIAHN KOIl BAM- H
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, QREGOH
THUTWDAY, KAY 19, lMi
KOIl UKNT Three room liunKalcrw
on Johnson Avn., Ill flrtit dims ron-
dltlon. Chllcotu & Rmlth. C33 Main
KOIl HUNT Klvo room ImnRalnw
on Johnson Ave. Chllcotu & Smith,
033 Main ntrt'Ot. 18-10
KiikIo HIiIro Tavern In opun for thn
Klnlilnij U Reed now at Undo
UaRlu HIiIro Tavurn In open for thn
flpend your wook-ond at KaRlo
KOIl 8AI.B Up to data confection-
cry store and fixture for sale. In-
qulru Mrn. K. I). Kiohn, Hlsson, Cnllf
Reed now at KaRlo
Ins, pavomunt, closo In. Ilox 1000.
KOIl HAM Noltert Mem seed po-
latoo. J. II. Ilarnoa, It. V. I). No.
Corn potent, oxporlancod lady book
keeper and stonoKrnphor sooks posi
tion. Ilox 43, Hornld offlco. 16-19
Tho Turner Apartment, 812 Oak
St., Itoom nnd apartments to let.
Undor now management. I'hono 283.
(lb'AltANTKi:i AUTO IIAIIGAINH
1 1918 Dodge
1 1920 Special
1 1918 Ilulck
now car, guaranteed.
Four now cord tlruH.
1 1920 Ilulck
A real bargain.
Hun only 1000 mile
IIUICK HAMS .V KUItVK'H CO.
"Ill anil KIjiiiuiUi Awnun
CITV OAltllAOU Wlxn you wint
Kortiofla rrmovrxl, mil JOP.Utt.
Apartmonta or sleeping rooms for
ront ronsnnahlo. 1005 I'lnn. 16-21
PBNDI.KTON, May ft. In a raid
conducted horn rncontly, four Chi
note wore arrested and $400 worth of
opium, cevon pipes and other amok
InR equipment worv taken, Tho
houio whom tho plant u found hon
boon Inhabltod for ycara by Chinese,
but tho offlcora hava never before
tnanaRod to find anything In their
rollTIAND, May 19. A special
font u ro prompted for tho 1925 Inter
national exposition to bo held at
Portland Is tho International Con
gress of Hoys and fllrl. This plan has
already mot with thn approval of tho
officials of tho fair and tho hIiirIo
IiIoii had hardly atartcd tioforo other
Improved and enlarged Ideas woro
Riven out for counldoratlon.
. 8A1,KM, Muy 19. Interest of tho
J6.39C, I72.CC of Oregon's common
cliool fund, InvuHted In first morlRa
go loans, URRrogated 1,010,070.78
during tho blonnlum of 1919-1920,
according to figures In tho offlco of
atnto Treasurer lloff, custodian of
IIUDKOHD, May 19. This city Is
to havo n Chautauqua sosslon this
ummor for tho first tlmo In soveral
yearn, from Mny 26 to May 31,
through tho efforts of 60 business
men and oducators who havo pledged
tho expenses for this wook of cntor-talnment.
rOUTLANI), May 19. Fines
amounting to 3000 woro levied on
six largo logRlng and lumborlnR com
panies of tho northwott by tho fctiard
of dlroctorn of tho I.oyiU Legion and
Lumbormon In tho opening sosslon of
a two; day coiiferonco hold horn Fines
of B00 e.i-b woro mo'.ol out' to th')
mombors for frl!urj to llvo up to
their bonded agrecmont with tho cr
ganUntlon In maintaining tho vugo
scala sot by U.
HOOD niVKIl, Mny 19 Orchanl
Ists report that upuhM In all soitlons
ro sotting woll and Indications now
jiolnt to Ilood Hlvor'a hlpgost cj.p, a
ylold In excess ot 1019, whou mora
than 2,000,000 boxes woro shipped
ONTAHIO, May 19. A ruin and
hall storm which lasted nearly an
hour hit tho Malheur and Snakij r'v
or valloya recently, and "was declared
by stockmen to hnvo been worth
thousands of dollars to them. Though
of short duration tho total precipita
tion was heavy for this soason of tho
year and materially will nld stock
men by saving tho grass on tho lower
ranges, which was drying rapidly.
HOSKIlimO, May 19 While there
Is so mo uneaslnes ovor tho caterpil
lar menaco In this county, Fruit In
spector Armstrong said thero was no
occasion for nlurm, as tho post apj
penYs toio disappearing. While myr
iads of tho crawlors uro found cvory
whero, Kocmlngly moving to some
objective, It Is said that they aro
merely seeking places In which to un
dergo tho chongo Into moths. These
moths, Armstrong says, will then de
posit crrs that will produce caterpll
lars next season.
War With U. S. Would
Wipe Japan Off Map
CHICAGO, May 18. A fight to'
tho finish betwoon tho Unltod States)
and "Japan would rosult In Japan
bolnit wined off tho man, accord
ing to tioorgo Qlooson, tho Interna
tional Y. M. C. A. socrotary, who
tins Just returned from tho Orlont.
Ho declared In addressing tho Inter
national dlsarmanont congress,
"Howovor. that only thoso llvlnir In
tho klndorgardon ot International
affairs could nlcturn tho possibility
ot a war between this country and
Japau. Tho Yap, Korea, China nnd
California questions would not fur
nish a remoto causo for war.
World Politics Is
Dropped by Hughes
WASHINGTON, May 18. roland'd
request for American support In tho
sottlomont of tho Upper j Sllosla
question, evoked a formal nnawor
from Socretnry Hughes that tho
American roprosontatlves Abroad
would tako no part in ftho discus
sions concerning Sllosla. Socrotary
Hughes pointed to tho "traditional
policy ot tho Unltod Statos," not
to bocorao tnvolvod In purloy Buro-
ponn matter. I
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Mile, Kaachouba and K. MUhalovsky aro shown In a danco from
tho nusslan ballet now playing In Paris and soon to tour America,
Illack rabbit fur, shaved down to
tha regulation length, la mnde up Into
Imitation seal skin garments, accord
ing to a rabbit fancier of Arvada,
A largo section of Stato street,
Wllkes-Ilarrc, Pennsylvania, recently
dropped Into tho mines beneath tho
city. Tho hole was four hundred feet
squato and very deep!
kowmg at ike
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npDM von i msk tor eruKtis faBmajlA
As the Snow Fall
Light tnJ flaky, crlip and tsity, frcih-ffom-thc-oveti
Snow I'lal-.o.ot course I
An incomparable product of the West
you'll like them.
Duy Ihtm from your grocer in rd pack'
ages or lamlly lint.
Don't ask lor erackttt
say SNOW FLAKES. .
P. C. B. CINCER SNAPS
Anlh4l PCD product
Pamculiiljr oitp and fint-fljTOred)
Your frof car tuppl you
Pacific Coast Biscuit Go.
THE GREAT LOVER"
A aOLUWYN SPECIAL CO.MKDY-DnAMA
WITH AN ALL STAH CAST
IltlDAY AND HATUKDAY
Jack Holt, Wanda Hirwloy, Lowls Stono, Walter
Heirs and many other top-noeh stars.
"HELD BY THE ENEMY '
William Gillette's thriller has been mado Into a pic
turo that' III hold you enthralled.
SATURDAY, MAY 21
One ot tho greatest pictures over mado and tho best tho popu
lar comotllan has over mado.
This plcturo has broken nil records In Klamath Falls having
boon run for throo days and to tho largest number ot people that
havo ovor witnessed any one plcturo In this city.
At The Liberty
The House of Personal Service
1IKI1K DAN1KI.H "Tlio Reed little bad girl" In
. "SHE COULDN'T HELP IT"
From tho novel "In tho IUshop's Carriage"
Tha soul strugglo ot a girl who felt bound to two mon ono
had taught her so much ovll, tho other had taught her so much
i good. To which did sho owo her loyalty!
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
JAMES OL1VE11 CUHWOOD'S GREATEST STOIIY
With Jane Novak and Kaxan, tho world's wonder dog
A drama that flashes in vivid scones the loves and hates of tho
north, with its men, Its women and its wild Mentions tho wolves,
the mountain lions, and tho huskies. '
Bert Lyteel in 'THE MISLEADING LADY'
..THE NEXT SPARK PLUG YOU BUY..
AND YOU WILL FORGET YOUR
SPARK PLUG TROUBLES
REED AUTO SUPPLY CO.
'lathy Batteries, Bosch Hagnctoe
your instruction book
Old oil should be drained from the cranlccase at
regular intervals and replaced with fresh oil.
This statement is made because engine operation causes
road dust, carbon, fine metal part ides and other im purities
to accumulate in the cranlccase oil. The gritty oil circulates
through the engine, impairing its performance, and ulti
mately leads to rapid depreciation and repairs.
These careful instructions from the manufacturer are
often disregarded; cleaning the crankcase is a job generally
To meet this need Modern Cranlccase Cleaning Service
has been established by first-class garages and other
dealers co-operating with the Standard Oil Company.
These garages and dealers use Calol Flushing Oil, the
scientific agent that cleans out old oil, dirt, grit and other
impurities and does not Impair the lubricating efficiency
of fresh oil used. The cleaned crankcase is refilled with the
proper grade of Zerolene. '
Look for the garage or dealer displaying the sign shown
below, it means "Better operation mnd longer engine
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
CALOL FUBHM3 00.
"for better operation.
am unger erjgne ujc
124 So. Sixth St
Lawn and Garden Seed Murphey's