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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 24, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON'
rniDAr, jvtm s. im
707 Main St
Blouses Every Blouse
in stock 25 " f
Every wool suit and
dress l- off of, former
Do your foot troubto you? Fool
specialist at your service nt K K K
torn. Froo eininlnatlon and advice.
WAJNTMtt Position m office girl
with doctor or dentist. Eipor-
Unood. Ilox II. 23-39
Paint, olU and varnish. W. H, and
J. JiPttttorson, 117 4th Ht. Pbono
ne-w, or umi. esi-it. la-ju
FOR HUNT 8 room furnished
apartment. Living room 26S.12.
Rest view In tho cltr. Phone 444.
EXPERIENCED COOK WANTED
Man or woman, apply White Poll-
mb Hotel. 33-24
KALBOMININU 12c POUND. W. H.
and J. Patterson. Contracting
painter, 117 4th Bt. Phone 166-W,
Res. 831-11. 33-17
Spring fryer at ttio Iluckeyo Oro
err, 685 6th Ht. 13-38
roil BALE Al paying business,
new and secondhand gooda. Muit
Mil now, owing to other builneia.
Raonablo offer will not be refuted.
Dick th and Klamath Are. 33-18
PataU, Olla and Varnlah, Wall Pa
per and Paper Hanger. W. K. and
J. E. Patterson, 117 4th. Bt. 18-17
rOR RENT Underwood typewriter.
Winter Jowelery Htoro. 13-18
FOR RENT Office rooroa and
aparttunt. Winter Ilulldlng.
WANTED Reliable party who
would Ilk uie of piano for It
keep. No children. Call or addrea.
1114 Worden Avo. 28-11
FOR fl ALB 100 chicken, rabbit,
1 borso, wagon, 3 ael of harness,
and want to sell my 1raao on 28
aero farm, plenty of water, with 2
room furnlihod house,. Will mil for
chnapeat prlco a I must leairo tate
on account of health. Call 711 Main
KOIl RENT Nicely furnUbod apart
ment, one block from Main. Rea
sonable. 621 Klamath Ato. Call after
WANTED Hay contractor to cut
and tack 880 ton or morn wild
bay. Solid meadow. Bhort haul. Can
hm buck. Contractor furnishes ev
erything. Write Ivan K. Kllgor
Langell Valley, Oregon. 23-20
JTOR HALE Beautiful noma grown
Biania. van po aeon ai ucu, u.
Oriitle'a 1040 Main Ht. 23-24
FOR RENT Room BOc and 76e
Mr night. All are olean, light
outilde room. Home lloomlng
Houm, 020 Klamath Ave. 22-13
We are doalng out lomt number
In children' shoe and bote, call and
ee them and you are sure to buy.
Bvan Bbo Co. 2116
nAROAINH IN UHKI CARH
1 1819 Htudebaker 81. flro pas-
1 1P10 Btudobakor Hlx, nornn pes-
1 l9io Hoo, lire pamiongor.
1 1018 Ford.
1 1918 Maxwell touring.
1 1910 one-ton Ford truck with
cab and body.
ACHH MOTOR CO.
400-416 Boutb Blith Bt. 17tf
Bee tbnt 6121 Illuo Borge Bull at
K K K Store for 83S. Written guar
antee with ytry iult for wear and
FOR BAI.E For touring 1918, 4
Deed trani,. 1 Busier abocki, new
eat coyer, water circulator, Ray
flM carbuarator. Cheap for cab.
Beo at Dodge Oarage, or Inquire at
Illuo nird. nit
DREBSMAKINO Flrat clu work
guaranteed. Mr. Jefferion, 2 Main
SHOP IN KLAMATH FALLS
JUST WHEN THEY ARE MOST STRONGLY. IN DEMAND WE
HAVE READY AN ATTRACTIVE ARRAY OF
Sport Skirts and Coats
ALL THE WANTED STYLES AND COLORS
t .Ua Ontlnv Woarfn Khaki
Wool Bergo, Corduroy and Kamplt
Cloth at K K K Htoro. 3tf
C1TV GARUAOE Wbrn you wut
garbage removed, call 10F.M.
Btraw and Panama, bost line in
town at K K K Store. 3tf
1 1918 Ilulck
new car, guaranteed.
Four new cord tire.
Men' Duxbak and Kamplt outing
wear at K K K fltore. 3tf
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(Herald Halecn Ilurraa)
SALEM. Orn.. Juno 24. A thor-
oughbrod horse show will again be
a featuro for the itato fair In Sep
tember. Thl we decided at a
mooting of tbo fair board In Salem
SkirU made of Prunella Worsteds,
Faille, French Flannel, Snake Skin, Fan-ta-si,
Baronet. Prices at
$9.95, $12.9.5, $16.95
Coats made in pinch-back, belted style
and Tuxedo in green, red, copen, tan,
brown, navy, and black. Special at
summerIfrocks $6.95, $13.95, $17.95
MODELS SUITABLE FOR HOME OR STREET IN DAINTY GINGHAMS,
'OILES, ORGANDIE, SWISS. SHADES OF TOMATO, ORCHID, SEA GREEN,
HARDING BLUE, NAVY, BROWN, AND WHITE.
Our entire stock of fine kid gloves,
two. twelve and sixteen button at
To give you the benefit when most
wanted we arm selling all Kayser silk
unoerwear crepe-de-chine underwear
at 20) ,counf
Eyan makes your old shoe a
good a new
Our regular price bat ao-called
ale price. Bran Shoe Co. 22-28
On way to avo money 1 to
have thoo shoe repaired at The
Evan Bhoe Co'. Repair Dep't. 22-28
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Let your ole trouble be our. Re
pair Dep't. of Evan Shoe Co. 11-16
WANTED Competent stenographer.
Btate experience and salary ex
pected. "IS" Herald Office. 11-18
FOR BALE Cheap for cash, 1917
Henderson motorcycle and aide
car. Party tearing town. Must cll.
Apply at 983 H Washington Bt.
WANTED A good aocondhand bi
cycle. Inquire at Herald totflce.
FOR BALE 280-3000 Barege rifle,
New, Room 18, Looml Pldg. 21-17
FOR BALE Cauliflower, cabbage
and celery plant. 48 M Main St.
Phone 109-W. 20-28
FOR BALE 40-acros, nearly all un
der ditch, In alfalfa, 8 mllos
from city. If taken at once will get
11 the bay. Prlco $3500. Dox A. H.
FOR SALE For room bouso on
paTement. lcot. uregon ato.
Floyd Romalno, Douglas county
youth, has begun a life term In the
state penitentiary for tbo murder
of Abe Olreus.
Every employer who employs per
on In haxardou occupation I
subject to the provision of -tbo
workmen' act unlet ho has glren
notice of his Intention not to come
undor the act, according to an opin
ion of Attorney Oeneral Van Win
kle, written In reply to an Inquiry
by tbo ststo Industrial accident com
Water, llgbt and gn utilities op
erating In Oregon are given until
August 1 to file brief In protest
against a proposed uniform system
of accounting adopted by the public
service commissions of Oregon,
Washington and Idaho for the util
ities operating in the three states
Andross-Qover Style Shop
for the state institution for the
noxt six months. Thcro ht been a
mnrkod drop In boof, mutton and
flour, a well a In mulny staple groceries.
The public service commission
baa orderod that a meter system be
Installed at Lakevlew by the Lake
vlow Water company.
The Standard Oil company reports
to the socretary of state that for
the month of May It sold in Oregon
2,(96,309.6 gallons of gasoline, and
paid 164,064 in taxes on the sale.
In conjunction with proceedings
to determine all the water rights In
Warner valley, Lake county, Lee
McAllister of the state engineering
department is conducting a surrey
In both the north and south portions
of the valley.
A poll tax, the roturn of automo
biles to the tax rolls, further taxa
tion on estatos, state tncomo taxos
and taxation of certain classes of
ships that nro not now taxed, aro
somo of thp suggestions mado by
tho state committee on taxation,
created by the 1921 legislature, for
tho purpose of lightening tho bur
don of taxation on land. Tho com
mittees mot In Salem during tho
week, and I. N. Day waa oloctod
A sharp drop in the cost of many
food article was rovoalod as com
pared with six months ago, when
the state board of control last
J Wednesday opened bids on supplies
At a meeting of tho state highway
commission In Portland June 28
bids will bo opened on road build
ing projects In Carry, Lane, Wash
ington, Yamhill, Ooos, Jackson,
Josephlno, Lincoln, Tillamook and
Under tho gasoline tax act of
1931 persons who uso gasoline for
other than motor vehicle driving on
tho highway aro entitled to a robato
from tho state for the fnol so used
It is necessary, howevor, that the
clalmB for robato be submitted to
tho secrotary of stato within 90
days after tho data of salo. Several
user havo lost their robato for tho
first throo months of tbe law's op
eration boeause of tardiness in pro-l
sentlng the claims.
Govorpor Olcott ha announced
that A. C. Barber, state Insurance
commissioner and stato fire marshal,
will be reappointed when his term
expire, Juno 30.
During the month of May tbo
Shell Oil company of California cold
In Oregon 233,623.6 gallon of gas
oline and 2,634 gallons of distillate,
and paid a tax of 14,710.49, accord
ing to tho company's statement to
the secretary of stato.
A statement Issued by Sam A.
Kozer, secretary of state, shows
that a total of 3916,638.65 bos
been paid out In educational aid to
Oregon ex-service men under an act
passed by the people in 1919. A
total of 6,648 formor soldiers, sail
ors or marine havo taken advant
age of the act.
Tho Chewuacan Land and Cattle
company baa filed with the state
engineer an application for a permit
to appropriate water from Long
creek ,a tributary of the Blcan rlv
or, for the irrigation of 660 acres
of land in Lake county. '
WILL ACCEPT MEDIATION
ATHENS, June 24. Indications
point to the acceptance by the
Greek government of the offer of
Great Britain, Italy and France to
mediate betweon the O reeks and the
Turkey nationalists, in an effort to
forestall war In Asia Minor.
SUGAR TAKES ANOTHER DROP.
PORTLAND, June 24. A ten-cent
cut In the wholesale price of sugar
today brought quotations on cane
sugar to 86.56 a hundred, the low
est price since 1916. Thl is tbe
second price drop this week.
ATHENS, June 23. Indications
BIDS WANTED FOR SHED BARN
Bid will be received until July
7th, by the undersigned for the con
struction of a shed barn 16x24 at the
schoolhouse la District No. 49, oa the
main highway to Maun. Bidder to
furnish all material and specifica
tions may be had by writing to or
calllbg on tbe undersigned. The
board reserves the right to reject
any and all bids.
W. E. BURRIS3, Cterk
23-5 Merrill. Ore.
BIDS WANTED FOR WOOD
Bids will be received until July
'7th by the undersigned for supply
Ing ten cord of 16lnch Juniper or
live pine body wood, to be delivered
and corded in the woodshed at the
school house In District No. 49, 6
miles east of Merrill on the saala
highway to Malln. Thd board reserv
es the right to reject any and all
W. E. BURR1SS, Clerk
23-5 Merrill. Ore.
Tbe state highway commission
has askod tho public service com
mission for a rehearing relative to
a desired cbange of plans for tho
176,000 overhead crossing on the
Southern Pacific between Eugene
and Sprlngriold. A permanent earth
fill approach Instead of a trostlo
approach Is desired. Tho rehearing
has boon granted.
Tho Associated Oil company in
reporting to tho secretary of state
show that it sold in Oregon during
May 773,006 gallons of gasoline
and 76,298 gallons of dlstlllato.
ATHENS, June 23. Indications! Herald classified ad py. yo.
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