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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 13, 1921)
WEDNESDAY, JULY IS, llttt
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Ihe Evening Herald
rMED BOUIJ3 ...
Published Jally except Sunday, by
Tbs Herald Publishing Company of
Klamath Falls, at .119 Eighth Street.
ntered at the poitottlce at Kla
auth Falls, Ore., (or ' transmission
tarough the malls aa soeond-class
MKXBER OF TDR ASSOCIATED
The Aesoclated Pre 'a Is exelustrely
titled to the use for republication
of all news dispatches credited to It,
or not otherwise credited In this
Mr, and also the local news pub
WEDNESDAY, OUI.V l;t, 1WI
PIT IT TO VOItK
Thero Is hardly a homo In tho
' county that Is without an Idle dol
lar. Thousands ot them are thero
"Just because." Other thousand
are there becauao their owners got
scared last winter and began tn
hoard. Aa this timidity wears away
esse ot thla hoarded money Is be
ginning to find Its way back lot"
the channels ot business through
the banks. This is evidenced by.
the big gain made In deposits by
the three banks ot tho city during
the last (0 days. If this gatn
tould be doubled during the next
(0 days, there would be no tight
times in Klamath county, for It
would put enough money in circu
lation to care for the demand.
Then who Is to blame for the
scarcity ot money in this county?
Erery person who has a dollar in
his pocket, on the shelf, in her
stocking, in a trunk anywhere but
in the bank. There is not a bust-
,-nees house in Klamath Falls but
what keeps more money lying idle
In Its safe mad cash drawers than Is
necessary. Erery dollar thus idlo
adds its weight to business depres
sion. The thing to do Is to put this
money to work. Put it In the banks.
Use a check book. A check is Just
as good and Jnst as convenient as
the cash It Is a great deal more
businesslike and always answers aa
a receipt. Take inventory ot your
idle dollars and .make them work.
. The faster you make them turn orer
the more they will bring you in,
the better it. will be for the com
munity and the sooner will busi
ness hit Its old-time gait.
72.1 MILES 0
Herald Salem Bureau
SALEM, July 13. Hoy A. Klein,
secretary to the state highway com
mission, has announced that 72.8
miles of road Improvement, distributed-
over nine projects in nine coun
.lies, will be up for consideration by
the state highway commission at its
meeting in Portland, July 38.
A summary complied by Mr. Klein
Clackamas county Paving ot
bridges on Pacific highway at Tryon
. creek, Sucker creek and Molalla riv
er. Cut-Off Included
Clatsop county Regradln.? and
rocking ot Warrenton cut-off, ap
proximately two miles, and construc
tion of rock shoulders ot Warrenton
cut-off and Miles crossing distance ot
Deschutes couuty Grading ot The
Dalles-California highway froja Kla-math-Deschutea
county lino north to
ward Bend, distance of 17 miles.
Lake county Grading between
Chandler's station and Chewaucan
Narrows on LakovlewPalsIey road,
16.8 miles. Also grading of ap
proaches to bridge near Chewaucan
river at Paisley.
Lincoln county Grading on Cor-vallls-Newport
highway between Tol
edo and Cbitwood, 8 miles.
Linn county Paving between
Bbedd and Halsey on Pacific highway
Tillamook county Rock surfaces
on Roosevelt highway between Wil
son river and Riverdale, north of Till
amook city, 1.5 miles.
Wheeler county Grading and
rock surfacing between Fosell and
Cummins hill on John Day highway,
Yamhill county Gravel surface on
West side highway between Amity
and McMlnnvllle, 3 miles.
Fiction is falsehood done in colors.
FOR SALE Snap. 3 room house,
most now, woodhouso, chicken
house, lot 50 x 1 2 0, alloy, near school.
Why pay rent when you can buy thla
place for $'H0d on terms,
Cor. lot 50 x 110, alloy, sower, 2
room house 14 x 28 parod streot,
$860.00, 1550.00 cosh, bnl. torms.
Party leaving town, Fred Hueilng,
1020 .Vain St. 13. 1U'
FOR RENT ny July 17. Comfort
able room, bath and uso of tolo-
phone Call Lorons Apts. 1314
FOR RENT Uarago
FOR SALE 120 foot or H lmh
cnblo and 5 inch well bucket, 711
Main st. ' 13-t4
WANTED A small croaiu separator.
Addrose C. C. Tovrea, city. 13-14
A good bed and a good bath at
Colonial rooms, luh ntnr -mhiii St.
and at Colonial Annex, 741 Walnut
Are. All outsldo airy rotms. 13
WANTED Lodr room mate to sharo
light housekeeping room. Phono
FOR SAi.lv Four room house furn
ished or unfurnished, hot water,
lawn and garden fenced, corner lot.
Will consider car la Reed condition
as part payment. Sec owner, IV o Lin
coln St. 13
Furnished 2 room apurtmonts,
wood, water, lights $25.00. 'alngle
rooms $16. The Turner apartments,
812 Oak St. 13-19
FOR SALE Modern 5 room cottngo,
close In. Easy terms. Phono 491
FOR SALE 1917 Model Ford t'ock
In good condition, $3f0. Inn liro
Room 204, Wllllts Dldg. 13-tS
FOR RENT Apartment In modern
residence, also bedroom. 1810 Mel
rose street. Phono 224M. 13
FOR SALE 1-1918 Studebr.icor 7
KwauB Motors Co.
"Your Credit Is Good" 1.1-IS
FOR SALE OR TRADE Stuck, crop
and loaso on small placo closo in. 71 1
Main St. 13-1-1
WANTED airl or woman to help
with light housekeeping for room
nud Toartl. Good homo. Phono 251W.
Young girl ot 12 yearn would llko
position caring for children whllo
tholr mothers aro shopping or going
to partlos or would help with work
mornings. Address Uox M. P. Herald.
Even a dost man can hoar money
Tho scent-amollor Is as oMintlul
to pcrfumo manufacturer as tho ten,
taster Is to tho tea merchant The
gift ot scent-smelting la n thousand
times more rare than the gift of wine
At the Theaters
Films for iuIo at Stlnson Photo
shop. 1 3
Advertising brings efficiency.
One ot tho most charming figures
In tho now Paramount plcturo, "Tho
Charm School" starring Wallace
Hold, which will bo shown at tho
Star Theatre tonight, Is I.lla I.ce, who
plays tho leading femlnlno rolo op
posite Mr. Rold. i
Miss Leo will bo remembered as
having played with Mr. Held In
This is YOUR BANK.
Your banking transactions are a
necessary and desirable port of this
Banking is co-operation.
Every officer and employe aims to
co-operate and furnish you with
maximum banking efficiency.- .
You will find every person on the
staff of this institution pleasant and
You have every reason to feel at
home IN YOUR BANK.
First State $ Savings Bank
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON .
DON'T FAIL TO SEE OyR NEW PUMPS
AND OXFORDS FOR SUMMER. NOW
IS THE TIME TO BUY THEM.
J. E. Enders & Co.
"Hawthorne ot tlm U. H. A." Slnco
hor remarkable work In such famous
pictures as C. 1). DeMlllo's "Mala nud
Female'' In wltloli aha ilnwd the
little scullery maid, mul later In Will
lam Do Mlllo's production "Tim
Prlnco'Chap," tho popularity of tliv
little actress tins Increased by lunpx
Hero Is n story rich with tho
sconts ii ml odors ot tho Dig Woods!
dramatic with tho crash vof falling
trotwi tilled with immculnr action
King Spruce" for ton years linn
been one ot tho foremost novels ot
tho great outdoors. All tho big mo
tion plcturo producer linvn bid tor It.
It contains a sweet, cleiiu love
story. It shows tho sweep of a grout
forest fire. It contains hard fighting
and breathless adventure. It lR wind
ed by a cast ot fine player who feel
tho story they nre acting. At the l,lh
erty Theatre tonight, ,
Made in Kodak factories by Kijflak workmen
I fisssfissssssssssssssssW! I
v UK Mil I ii I Mmw
StMmfeatSS Yasa &
Frankly wc consider, the Autographic Brownie one
of the "best buys" that our photographic department
has to offer and that is a real tribute.
Any one, however, can t;ee value plus price consid
ered in an efficient pidttirc-niakcr fitted with care
fully tested lens and sluitter that folds like a Koda'k,
and like a Kodak has the autographic feature.
No. 3 FnMing llrunnlr, pictuiri 2'( x 3U intlin , . $ 0.00
No, ISA Folding Ilrtwnlr, i!itutr 2'j xi'J inches . . $10.00
No. 20 Kolilini Htiinnlc, lrnilrt 'iU x !' incliri , . $1.1.50
No 3A Folding Iliimnic, lctutci3'4 x5i Imlitt , , J15.00
iimjty wwuu nun IIIQLY
XAJLATTAl n rUjLJ UfCLUUH Tnrr? w
Vy WHERE PARTICULAR PCOPLB
I muA't -y I BUY THEIR DRUGS
Don't fail to read the Herald Classified Ads.
i - i 1 1 ji 1 1
Take Home dDo?en
NOT A PLAIN OLD ARMY SHOE. BUT
AN EXTRA GOOD, STRONG
$5.00 SATURDAY $5.00
J. E. Enders & Co.
Wilh acknouiedymtnti to K. C. B,
Who said ru-tk -was
Sraner &an dcion?
sjsj n awifssi
o for. 20 cents
in alr-llght ptaktgti.
Alto obttlntblo in round
tin of SO, vacuum filed.
"YOU'RE FIRED," said the odltor.
'UNLESS YOU can ills up.
A LIVE story today."
80 THE cub reporter.
DISAPPEARED FOR boun.
OUT WHEN ho rccoTerocl.
FROM HIS trance, ho had.
A 8T0RY boro It Is.
OUR DEPUTY constable.
WAS WAKENED oy tho 'phone.
AND A shrill volco cried. '
"FOR THE love ot Mike.
BEAT IT boro quick.
. . .
AND NAIL a nut
WHO'S TALKING wild.
IN THE cigar Btora."
THE LONG arm ot the law.
PUT ON bis pants.
SPED TO tho scono.
AND AFTER a brlet.
BUT TERRIFIC strucsle.
MADE THE pinch.
AND WHEN Interviewed.
BY OUR star reporter.
QAVE OUT this statement
"HE'S A loony, all right.
pTHE ASYLUM says, by Hoot,
THE WORST they ever had,
WHY THEpoor nut.
CLAIMS HE can copy.
THE SECRET blend.
OF THE clcsrctlo.
NO the blend can't be copied. It's
one wnv (if lilenHlnir Una inhi.i
both Turkish and Domcstlc-that
tho other fellowcan't Eetonto. That's
why Chesterfields ,rsatlsfy," and
Hiat'a,why mlV Chesterfields can
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jm m0 CICARE T TX 8
LiaaETT & Myers Toiiacco Co.
If It's Loose
We Will Move It
O. K. TRANSFER CO. 124 & ",.