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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 2, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH gALLS, OREGON
MIUR8DAY, JUNK 2, lfttl
FOR SALE Cabbago, cauliflower
nnd tomnto plants. 4GVi Main St.
Phono 109W. l-3
ROOMS BOc mid TSc por night. All
nro outside rooms, clean nnd light.
920 Klamath Ave. Home HoomliiK
roil HUNT Kurnlshod opartments
nt St. Francos' 62S Oak St. Mrs
Anderson, apt. G. 31-4
.WANTED General offlco work. Ex
perienced. Dox C. I.., Herald office
FOR SALE Now
graph, pcrfoct condition.
i.0i Tliono 444, or call nt Deer
1 Ml. on tnii
Carpets nnd rues cleaned to your
entire satisfaction. Wm. Lush. Phone
FOR SAUK 4-room house, furnished
or unfurnished, also cabin; lfiOfi!
FOR nENT 4-room furnished home0rc' AV0, 3S, I
In Mills addition. Nlco place fori ,,,. ., . - .,. .. ,.,..
r,inn nmi rhirVrn. Amiiv M. Fred tPu SALK Six Jersey cows, nil glv-
Ilnfcn rnr Kn.l Mnln nml Annlncnte ,nR '"Ilk. WO Separators,
St. Mills addition. 1-3 .
0Ssk (WS SAYiNG
AirtfCw J "yeF
SUV GOT iZFS ) j
WANTED Position In storo by
young man; references. Phono
FOR SALE Household furniture.
Reed as new; bought last Novem
ber; will 'sell choap. Call nt 621 Oak
mux. wo separators, one
upcoml linml Illnnlioll nml nnn nonrlv
new Shnrpless. liny Hicks, Orlgsby,0'
ranch Olcno. 2S-4
Why try to sow with n poorly ad
justed machlno? It Is Impossible. Ma
chines cleaned, adjusted and taken
caro of for ono year. Reference In
erory part of tho city. Dy Goar. Tolo
phono 229M. 1-4
FOR RENT Room with bath. 228
Eighth St., ono block from Main.
Gentleman preferred. Phono 245M.
Flno pasturo for COO head of live
stock, 4 miles south-east of Klamath
Falls; plenty water. Address Box II.
Herald office. 1-4
KLAMATH OIL CO'S. STOCK WAN
ted Will pay spot cash for ono or
nioro shares. Stato number of shares
offered nnd lowest prlco In first let
ter. Address Investor, Dox 1, caro
j WANTED lly carpenter, now or re.
pair work. Services reasonable
Phono or call York Cafe. F. E. P.
WANTED Ford, not older than 17
model. No Junk, no dealers. Must
bo bargain for cash. Howard, Super
ior Laundry. 27-3
DRESSMAKING - First class work.
Mrs. Jefferson, No. 2 Main Street.
Trucking Job wanted. Call 23SJ.
FOR SALE Al business, paylnR;
right man snap. Forced to soil. Sea :
Dick, 6th and Klamath Ave. 1-4
FOR SALE A new Mahogany clilff-
onler; prlco I11S.00; now $50.00
See Dick, 6th and Klamath Ave. 1-4
FOR SALE Light Six touring car;
good mechanical condition; good
rubber, 1350.00. See Stags Central
FOR SALE Reed baby buggy. In
good condition, cheap. Call 3C0J
FOR SALE Plastered 5-room new1
house, ono block from pavement, j
Quick salo, $1350; small payment,'
less for cash. Phono 370 or 545M. 1
Wo havo them in nil sizes at ro
duccd prices, and havo sold thorn here
for over eight years. You aro taking
no chances. Wo guarantco every one
largo or small to glvo satisfaction,
, -,' ' and a saver In your Ico bill.
w JOHNSTONE FURNITURE CO.
PORTLAND. Juno 2 - Portland'
engineers, members of the Marino
Engineers' Uencflcinl association,
voted to accept tho new proposal of '
tho shipping board for n settlement
of tho strike, at a meeting held at
their headquarters In the Chamber of ,
Commerce building. '
SHERWOOD. June 2 This sec
tion of Oregon, lying as It doe. so
closo to Portland. Is an Inviting field
tor tho small farmer, the poultrymnn
and vegetable gardener. More small
tracts havo changed ownership hero i
within tho last six months than for
two years past. Tho Portland-New-
berry highway, near Sherwood, shows
several now houses In course of con-1
structlon, while nlany barns nnd gar-1
ages aro being erected. j
RAKER, Juno 2. Tho North Polo
quartz mill on Crarker rroek. about
n mllo below tho town of llourno near
hero, was complotely destroyed by
lire. Tho f Iro Is reported to have !
started from n pile of chips and rub-1
blsh on the hill near tho mill.
FOR RENT Sleeping room.
bath, JIG per month. Call after 6
P. M. 522 Klamath Avo. 31-6
WANTED-i-Any kind of 'worjebyl
competent young "lady. Dox L. II., I
! Will pay for itself. No Ice, no wor
ry, no expense. Wero tried out suc-
' naf l. lit ! Attf.M In L'Umntl. Ci1la
.vfla.mij ih,i ivwauu ,kiuiuaiu t ,,9
.,uuu aro euaranieca 10 give sausiac
tlon. Let us demonstrate them to you.
JOHNSTON FURNITURE CO.
FOR SALE Netted uem seed pota-J GUARANTEED
.( l. a. -lun.iuuui, uuu lilllu
south Pine Grove school.
FOR RENT Modern 3-room house.
2 blocks from Mills addition school
Phono 250J. 31-2
FOR SALE Wm. Allen storo at
Shlpplngton. Will give terms to
FOR RENT Unfurnished house 933
Washington St. 31-2
FOR RENT Furnished
ing room. 1143 Pine.
1 1918 Dodge
1 1920 Special
1 1918 Dulck
new car, guaranteed.
Four new cord tires.
1 1920 Dulck
A real bargain.
Run only 1600 miles
JUST ARRIVED A big shipment of
stono crocks, sizes from 2 to 6 cat
ions; also flower pots in all sizes and j
one-half gallon crock milk pans.
Johnstone Furniture Co., 719 Main
I1UICK SALES & SERVICE CO.
Ttli and Klnmntli Avcnuo
FOR SALE 5-room modern houso,
on pavement, close In. Herald, box
CITY GARI1AGE When ynu want
crimen removed, cnll lap u:i.
FOR SALE Used not abused 1920
' Chevrolet; ono ton truck. First
Girl wants work for 4 hours a day. ' class condition. A- real buy. Central
Call 456M. 31-6 Garage. 27-4
Expert stenographer desires em-' Nil Done corsets mado to your
Ploymcnt or part tlmo work. Ilox A, ' measure, guaranteed. Rose Randall,
D. C. Herald office. 31-2' 521 Jefferson St. Phono 260.1. 26-2
SALEM, Juno 2. Marlon county
loganberry growers, numbering more
than 100. who assembled here Satur
day to consider the report of a com
mlttco appointed at a previous ses
sion on prices to bo demanded for
their product this season, went on
record ns opposed to selling their ber
ries for 5 cents n pound. ThlB was
tho prlco recommended In the report
of the commlttep.
PORTLAND, Juno 2. Police cir
cles were somewhat stirred last week
by tho report which drifted Into do
tectlvo headquarter that JS700
worth of fine Canadian whiskey had
been stolen from nn Importer, shortly ;
after ho had been landed In a garage i
In Portland. No official Investigation
has been ordorcd, but unofficially the
caso Is receiving much attention.
Northern Calif. 00 Co.
Each Year Comes
With Its Own
Once passed up, those same opportunities
never come again.
LAST YEAR most everyone passed up
the opportunity to buy the Sicmens-Bloom-ingcamp-Campbell
stock at par. Now a lot
of people are offering several times par for
THIS YEAR you have an opportunity to
buy Northern California Treasury Stock at
par. Our well will be drilled just as fast as
experienced men with modern equipment can
drill it. Wheneve'r our well makes a showing
of oil the opportunity to buy our stock at par
will be past.
PROFIT BY LAST YEAR'S MIS
TAKES. DON'T PASS UP THIS YEARS
AT $1.00 PER SHARE CAN BE PURCHASED THROUGH
AT FIRST STATE AND SAVINGS BANK
Northern California Oil Co.
PORTLAND, Juno 2. Fishermen
going to Odell lnk, should go by
way of Crescent, rather than by tho
Davis Lake road, says Supervisor II.
L. Plumb of tho Deschutes national
forest, who ought to know, ns M car
mired in on the latter road during a
trip from which he returned recently
There aro a number of bad mudholes
on this road.
An order Issued by tho supurlnton- j
dent of schools of New Iledford, Mas
sachusetts, forbids tho tiho of cos-1
motlcs by teachers. Short skirts weruj
also IIIKIUUUU lit UlU Uilll Milk nil i
length wns left to tho teachers' dls-j
EUGENE, Juno 2. Tho Hessian
fly, ono of tho worst grain posts that
ever Infested tho fields of Oregon far- (
mors, has mado Its appearance In!
Lane county, having bpsn found dur-!
Ing tho last fow days In tho Plcanant
rA ( 1 !
WEED, Juno 2. Slnco tho saw
mill started operations recently, au
tomatic air doggers havo been used
on one of tho carriages. Tho device
Is tho invention of F. E. Martin, saw
mill superintendent, and dispenses
with tho use of two men, tho doggers
on tho carriage, Tho setter, tho only
man employed on tho carriago, oper
ates tho dogs by means of foot levers
connecting with the dogs by means of
possibility, was a frequent expression
of the speakers.
Horoafter Tho Herald will publish I
llhn mnnn anil mnxlmum tcmDOrn-
SAN FRANCISCO, Juno 2. A po- tures nnd precipitation record as tak-
tltlon for a writ of nuillln nunrnln. n 'en bv tho U. S. Reclamation servlco
mmmm inu, ion.nn ,i.l tatlon. Publication will cover the'
, . ... . day previous to tho paper's Issue, up
Thomas J. Mooney, convicted of a '. 'B Vclock of tbo day.
1916 preparedness day bomb murder, I'rft'
from San Quentln prison, where ho Is
serving a llfo term, wns dismissed by
Superior Judgo Harold Lnuderback.
CItICO, Juno 2. A. Ato, Chlco
Japanese, who Friday night shot his
picturo bride of a year through tho
lower part of tho hcud, committed
suicide after he fled from tho sceno
of the shooting.
SACRAMENTO, June 2. Oovor
nor Stephens Issued a proclamation
calling upon tho peoplo of California
to observe tho poriod from May 29 to
Juno 4 as "Disabled Soldiers' Week"
In "recognition ot tho esteem In
which thoso who are suffering from
disabilities incurred In tho world war
aro held In this stato,"
SACRAMENTO, Juno 2. Talk of
war botwoon tbo United States and
Japan Is hoard more in Amorlra than
In Japan, This was tho declaration of
members of tho Japaneso Dlot who
were feasted at tho Travelers Hotel
by fifty Sacramento Japanese. War
between these two countries la an im-i
REDDING, Juno 2. Tho Pacific
Gas and Electric Company Is rushing
work constructing railroad and power
houses In tho eastern part of tho
county with a force of 740 men.
In 1900 there wero 184 farms on
Manhattan Island whero now there
aro but fivo. Tho land thoro devoted
to this purpose Is rapidly diminishing.
REDDING, Juno 2. At a special i
meeting of tho Happy Valloy Grow
ers' Association, Redding was chos
en as tho logical distributing center
at which to locate tho co-operative
warchouso and commission house to
handle and market farm products of
Shasta county, particularly Happy
SAN FRANCISCO, Juno 2. A
Joint telegram proposing that former
President Taft bo named chief Justlco
of tho United States Supreme Court
was sent to President Harding by
United States Circuit Judge William
W. Morrow and William H. Hunt and
United States District Judgo William
C. Van I'leot and M. T, Doollng.
A 'classified Ad will soil it.
Not Merely A Hotel, Ilut An In
stitution Founded On These
JOPULAR PRICES SERVICE
Qeorgo Warren Hopper, Mgr.
before $kr eyes!
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CLOTHES Oh REAL U1S 1 lNUTlUlN
must bo made for tlio wearer individually, Let mo mako your new
spring HUlt and enjoy wearing really distinctive clothing tailored
t to fit you perfectly nnd to retain Its cxtra-snmrtuetui during long
CHAS. J. CIZEK,
518 Mala St.
SPECIAL THIS WEEK
Fresh Churned Butter, lb. 35c
Full Cream Cheese, lb 35
Milk, qt. 10
Table Cream, V pt 15
Buttermilk, gal 15
Sour Kraut, gal 50
HOLCOMB & RICHARDSON
, 0, m mmmmmm,m, iiiiMa--wy-w-J-vvVVjVriJ-u-
AT THE REX
Oh, the Joy of It!
You know how good it tastod
whon you woro Invitod out
to a homo-cooked dinner and
got soma good, real, old
fashioned homo mado broad.
Well, you can havo it ovory
day In tho year without bo
ing Invitod out. Duy a loat
of Dakcrlto Drend at tho
Rex Cafo or Tho Mnlio. It
costs you only '
1 0 cents