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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 1, 1921)
WKDNKSDAY, JUNK 1, 1IKS1
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
yOIt RENT Sleeping room, with
bath, 1C per month. Call after 6
T. M. C22 Klamath Ave. 31-6
IjOST Eyo Blisses In case, on Sixth
street. Phono 205W. 31-1
FOR SALE Piano and phonograph,
lnqulro 416 Pine. 28-1
ROOMS 50c and "Cc por night. All
nro outside rooms, clean and light.
920 Klamath Ave. Home Rooming
Houso. - . 31-6
WANTED Any kind of work by
competent young lady. Dox L. D.,
TOR RENT Two-room houso fur
nished for housekeeping. 2115 Sixth
FOR BALE Netted Gem sood pota
toes. J. E. Nownbam, ono mile
south Pine Grove school. 31-3
LOST Saturday night, between
Chautauqua grounds and Main St.,
old fashioned gold brooch with soli
tary pearl ornament. Reward. F. L.
Smith, 406 Pine. 31-1
FOR RENT Modern. 3-room house,
2 blocks from Mills addition school
Phono 250J. 31-2
FOR BALE Win. Allen storo at
Shlpplngton. Will glvo terms to
WANTED Experienced gentleman
bookkeeper, Acme Motor Co., 400
S. 6th St. 31-1
FOR RENT 3-room furnished apt.
524 High, near 6th St. 31-1
FOR RENT Unfurnished houso 933
Washington St. 31-2
FOR RENT Furnished housekeep
ing room. 1143 Pine. 31-2
JUST ARRIVED A big shipment of
stone crocks, sizes from 2 to 6 gal gal
eons: also flower pots In all sizes and
ono-half gallon crock milk pans.
Johnstono Furnlturo Co., 719 Main
FOR SALE 5-room modern houso,
on pavement, closo In. Herald, box
FOR SALE 4-room house, furnished
or unfurnished, also cabin; 1C05
Oro. Avo. 28-4
FOR SALE Six Jorsoy cows, all giv
ing milk, wo separators, ono
second hand Muoboll and one nearly
now Sharplcss. Ray Hicks, Grlgsby
ranch Olcno. 28-4
KLAMATH OIL CO'8. 8TOC1C WAN
ted Will pay spot cosh for ono or
mora shares. Stnto number of shares
offered and lowest price In first let
ter. Address Investor, Dox 1 enro
WANTED By carpenter, now or ro.
pair work. Services reasonable
Phono or call York Cato. F, K. P.
WANTED Ford, not older than 17
model. No Junk, no dealers. Must
bo bargain for cash. Howard, Super
ior Laundry. 27-3
DRESSMAKINO First class work.
Mrs. Jefferson, No. 2 Main Street.
SPECIAL AT THE
My greatest desire today Is to
hnvn every man. woman nml child'
In Klnmnth Kails seo the wondur
fill picture of "Hlnck Meanly." I
am bringing this picture hero nt
tremendous expense and must nriulo1
my prices accordingly. Hut I niUj
t.uui iu lull njivtmi buuiid (lb uvi'U
Jobs than regular .prices so that
everyone, may seo this great pro
duction. The following prices will
Regular prices Children 10 cents,
Adults ! cents. i
Evenings Children 25 cents,
Adults SO cents.
To enablo every child to sen
"Black lleauty" a special matlneo
on Wednesday will bo run nt four
o'clock and ovory child under six
teen years of ago will bo admitted
for five cents. II. W. POOLK
SPECIAL AT THE
CALIFORNIA NPWC I
Trucking Job wanted. Call 235J,
FOR SALE Light Six touring car:
good mechanical condition; good
rubber, $350.00. Seo Stage Central
WANTED 150 bucks to pasture. In-
qulro phono 356, or nddrces J. D
Swift, caro of P.O. box 487. 26-1'
Wo havo thorn In all sizes at re
duced prices, and havo sold thom hero
for over eight jears. You aro taking
no chances. Wo guarantco ovory ono
largo or small to gtvo satisfaction,
and a saver In your Ice bill.
JOHNSTONE FURNITURE CO.
Will pay for Itself. No Ice, no wor
ry, no expense Woro tried out suc
cessfully last season In Klamath Falls,
and aro guaranteed to glvo satisfac
tion. Let us demonstrate them to you.
JOHNSTON FURNITURE CO.
Girl wants work for 4 hours a day.
Call 456M. 31-6
FOR RENT Furnished apartments
at St. Frances' 628 Oak St. ' Mrs.
AnUorson, apt. 6. 31-4
FOR SALE New Edison phono
graph, perfect condition. 7 records.
Phono 444, or call at Deer Head
WTANTED Woman to cook ono meal
each evening for two gcntlomen.
Inquire Army Goods Storo, 7th and
Expert stenographer desires em
ployment or part tlmo work. Box A,
B. C, Herald office. 31-2
GUARANTEE!! AUTO BARGAINS
1 1918 Dodge
1 1920 Special
1 1918 Burtk
now car, guaranteed.
Four now cord tires.
1 1920 Bulck
A real bargain.
Run only 1600 miles
DC1CK SALES & SERVICE CO.
7th and Klamath Avcnno
FOR RENT 2-room furnished apart
ment 634 N. 8th St. Phone 413J.
FOR BALE: Plastered 5-room new
houso, ono block from pavement.
Quick sale, $1350; small payment,
loss for cash. Phono 370 or 54 GM.
CITY GARBAGE When you want
garbage removed, call 10123.
FOR SALE Used not abused 1920
Chevrelet: ono ton truck. First
class condition. A real buy. Central
Garage. n 27-4
Nu Bono corsets mado to your
mcasuro, guaranteed. Rose Randall,
521 Jefferson St. Phone 260J. 26-2
REDDING, Juno 1. According to'
announcement mnde hy officials of
tho company, tho Big Billy Hill oxide
plant will begin nctivo operation tho '
first week In June. Tho plant, ono of
tho largest In tho country, will reflno ,
200 tons of oro por day. From 150 to
200 mon will be given steady employment.
REDDING, Juno 1. Twenty-four
placor mining claims of 160 acres
each 3840 acres in all wero lo
cated In tho northeastern parts of
Shasta county on May 17 by residents
of Weed. Tho location notices lay
claim to tho ground for "dlatomacc
ous earth and other valuable minerals."
BAN FRANCISCO, June 1. In
creases In building activity, particu
larly In southern California, and the
government forecast May 1 of a win-I
ter wheat crop of 66,000.000 bushels, I
tho largest In tho history of tho 12th
federal reservo district, wero tho out-!
standing developments In tho district
during the past month, according to
a statement mado public hero by
John Pcrrln, San Francisco federal
roscrvo agent. !
U. 5. Sends Second
Note to Dutch
WASHINGTON, D. C, Juno 1 A
noto sent to the Netherlands by Sec
retary Hughes takes exception to tho
assertions mado by tho Dutch govern-'
mont that tho United States entered
its protest too Iato against the Dutch
policy In tho DJambl oil fields to tho
Hague. Tho new noto by the United
Statos explains tho situation clearly
In regard to this country and Its Interests.
Get results by using class ad.
Northern Calif. 00 Co
Drilling Tools Were Shipped
From San Francisco
Monday, May 30
This good news was contained in a tele
gram from Mgr. W. C. Lehman received by
President E. D. Johnson Sunday.
Actual Drilling will begin as soon as ship
ment arrives and machinery can be set up and
put in operation.
The Derrick is built and paid for; The
.Machinery, Tools, and Equipment are bought,
shipped and paid for.
Every dollar of the proceeds from the
sale of Treasury Stock will be used in actual
AT $1.00 PER SHARE
can be purchased through
AT FIRST STATE AND SAVINGS BANK
Northern California Oil Co.
ROMIl KXI'LOIMIS AND
INJURES ARMV OI-'KICKIIH
WASHINGTON, D. C, Juno 1.
An accident that cost threo officers
and eight enlisted men of tho army
ASTORIA, Juno 1, Almost on
tho samo spot where 116 years ago
Lewis and Clark, as representatives
of the United States government,
landed on.tbelr historic trip down tho
Columbia, the United States took
formal possession pf tho slto pur
chased and donated by the pcoplo of
Clatsop county for a naval base slto.
cd by C. H. Gram, state labor com
missioner, shows a decrease of 32.67
per cent In tho number of men em
ployed between March 16 and May
15, last, as compared with the samo
period In 1920. A decrease of 25.67
per cent is shown In the employment
figures for this year as compared
with the samo period In 1919.
PORTLAND, Juno 1. Fifty thous-
tind people In Oregon will be asked '
to subscribe ISO each -toward f Inane-
ing the iy-5 Portland world's fair,
according to Julius L. Motor, chair
man of tho fair commission, who ad
dressed a meeting of the Portland
Realty board at the Portland hotel
SALEM, June 1. Unless bankers
como to tho rescue of fruit produc
ers who aro now unable- to flnanco
this year's crop, there Is a possibility
that the growors and packers will co
operate in an effort to provide funds
whereby tho yield will not bo menaced,
"SALEM, Juno 1. The C. A. Span!
ding Logging company and other Ma
vlon county lumber corporations havo
received substantial orders for Oro
too timber from Japan.
PORTLAND, June 1. Not for
aauny yoarslf ever before, has so
much Industrial building been In
irogross on tho Portland watortront
as nt tho present tlmo. Either prelim
inary work or actual construction Is
now under way for closo to J2.000,
000 worth of Industrial structures on
EUGENE, Juno 1. A tract of 4.
400,000 feet of spruce timber neat
Rccdsport on tho lower Umpqua
river has just been sold by tho forest
service to C. McC. Johnson, of that
place, who announces .that ho will be
gin to oporato his sawmill at once.
Announcement of tho sale of tho tim
ber was made at tho office of tho SI
uslaw national forest. Tho spruce
logs will be cut Into small lengths at
the mill and shipped to Oregon City
to be used in making paper.
PORTLAND, Juno 1. A tarantula
which reaebod Portland In a bunch
of bananas bit Edward O. Anderson,
1038 East Twentieth street North, of
the firm, of Andorson & Loyd, gro
cers, on a finger and be Is confined
to his home as a result.
SALEM, Jnne 1. The Dank of
Prlnevillo, capitalized at $50,000, has
been granted a charter by tho state,
It was announced by Frank C. Oram
well, state superintendent of banks.
Tho officers are: J. L. Karnopp, of
Portland, prosldnet; W. O. Hall,
cashier; Gcorgo F. Euston, assistant
cashier; A. J. Noble, J. M. Elliott and
Lake M. Ilochtell, directors.
SALEM, Juno 1. A survey of, 74
lumber mills In Oregon just complet-
Tho Minnesota house of represen
tatives has passed a bill to tho effoct
that persons supplying newspapers
with false Information tor publication
will be guilty of a mlsdomeauor.
Out of the Kitchen
ITS easy to keep yourkheben
neat and clean when you
have a good oil cookstove. You
also have lota of time for en
joyment out of the kitchen.
A good cJ cookstove with
Pearl Oil is dean and econom
ic. A ateady dependable beat
is concentrated oai the cooking
leaving the kHekin cool and
Pearl Oil la refined and re
refined by a special process.
It is clean burning uniform.
Por sale by dealers everywhere.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
HEAT AND UGHT
air scrvlco sorlous Injuries occurred
yestorday when a bomb that was be
ing placed aboard a vessel at the
army proving grounds at Aberdeen,
Maryland, exploded suddenly. Ac
cording t reports of witnesses, tho
bomb was accidentally dropped.
Recent discoveries In connection
with astronomy Indicates that tho ol
der a star grows, tho faster does It
A classified Ad will soil It.
William Im Quouox, the English
nuthor, Is roportod as having recent
ly completed a whole, novel In tho
spacti of throe weeks.
Leave bur Filrcvs
'More 9 OclocK-Your
A.M- Pictures arc ready at 5 p.T
Wn? KLAMATH FALLS OREGON Tr7n?l
V WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE 11 l
WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE
purTtx I BUY THEIR DRUGS fAccT;?ACY)
CHOICE OF S KINDS OF BREAD
6TH ST. BAKERY
(It took soma folks three or four ycunt to get thoir's, I got nilno
In nix month. Thanks, folk. I do appreciate Uio patronage I havo