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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 13, 1921)
THE EVENING' HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
WKDMttDAVi JULY IB, IB!
In Ye Olde Home Towne
FOR SALE Olio 1920 Dodge (our-
Ing car. Client). No, 1, Lnoniln
Uldg. Phono 10G. 11-13
WANTED Tonchor tor child of 10
years ot ngo ono cnpabla ot
teaching music. Wrlto Mrs. H. L".
Dalton, Stoolo Swa,mp, Cat. 0-15
FOR BALE) 4 room modern furn
ished house. Terms. inqulro W.
a North. Mecca Peel Hall. 12-18
For maturntty nurso phono 292W.
804 9th St. 12-13
FOR 8ALE 1919 Ford Touring,
four speed transmission oat cov
ersnow top, largo stearlng wheol,
Demountable rims, good tires, now
paint. A bargain. Klamath Falls Au
to Co. 224 Main St.,
FOR SALE 1920 Dort, run loss
than 4000 mil cm In A-l condition
Will take Ford car In trade. Kiamnth
Falls Auto Co., 224 Main St. 12-18
ROOMS FOR RENT 50c up. All
rooms aro clean outsldo rooms In
cluding bath. Home Rooming House,
(20 Klamath Ato. Last house i.n
right hand sldo ot Klamath uvo
FOR SALK 4-room plastorod houso
with bath. Terms. Inqulro 1228
Oregon avo. 9-1 G
FOR SALE Paying millinery busi
ness; good established trade Rea
son for selling 111 health. Dnrgnln
tor cash. Margaret Callahan, 709
DRESSMAKING First fllass work
guaranteed. Mrs. Jefferson, 2 Main
Miss Barbara Qocller wl9hcs to an
nounce that sho has opened a Marcell
waring and manicuring parlor on the
raextanlne floor ot Moe's store. 12-13
Saddle horses and pack horses for
hire to Four Mile lako and Rogue
FOR SALE Cheap, good Income pro.
porty paying 16 per cent not.
$2000 cash will handle this, sco
J. T. WAltO & CO.
KM Main St. 8-IS
! iff ( .wGiicaU whcw t3sESg
aa m tr It mis vyAD I J mvn! ri1 X&imSiz&2ilak
.THOUGHT ID CcT"7,MlTWw?ir eoot. V- V
I rom down WDFiirBsW holmkft I r
f AND SSC TjfWLS?? sssvrr m
V$5k5j KW T7LrVV?N. LiHlvl l I PER l
STATION MASTER tUD KEYC3 5AY3 fctT CNT I (?$!
SEE NO SCN5C IN KEEPING THE TICKCT . rill
Office OPEN THE5C HOT DAYS -NOUODY5 '
OCfCa AVUO.Y. '
MIKNI), llnrnoy rounty rmichnni
uru liiully In need of bunds for buying
which 1b now nlnrt!ngi ileclarud W O.
(iell, or Hutitox, In Htiiul Tuosdny
morning Mr. (.Veil IiiiiI hoard Unit
hilidr wns nhiuidiiiit In linsrlniiiw
Miiiiity mid wintml six lunula for iih
niliny wulur worn.
From 7G to 100 iiiiin. In nddltloit
In (ho present supply, could bo used
In lliirnny county, Mr, Cecil btillnvoa.
Thorn Im h Frniiuh railway M'li
primmls kissing upon Kh promises,
mill it Hlnillur ruin oxln'.i i.puii llio
Ktntu railways of lluviirln,
0Jk IX V A, -
Leave Your Tllttvs
Before 9 OclocK-Your
H wuuu rnai
KLAMATH FALLS OREGON
WANTED Woman or girl for cook
ing on ranch. Phono 42 S-'.i
CITY (MmiAGE When you want
garbage removed, call 10P.SS.
Sco that 6121 Blue serge Suit at
K K K Store for 35. Written guar
WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE
OUY THEIR DRUG3
river points. Phono M. H. Wamplor. ia?J5.. wltn "" for wear nnd
Odessa, Ore. 12-30" I "rT,C0- ' J"
BABT CHIX: T A N C R E D S. 300
egg white leghorns. Golden Buff
and Brown Leghorns, Anconas. Black
Minorca, R. I. Rods, Butt Orping
tons, Barred and Whlto Rocks. Spec
ial rates on advance orders. ENOCH
CREWS, Seabright, California.
FOR SALE 5 room modern home
in fine shapo, Ono block from
pavement. Good garago. Furnished or
unfurnished. Cash or torms. Box J.
Everything for tho camper Gold
Medal folding cots. Hammock,
chairs, stools, stoves, and swings for
tho Uddlos. Johnstone Kurnlturo C.7.
Paints, oils and Tarnish. W, E. and
J. E. Patterson, 127 4th St. Phono
196-W. or Res. 531-R. 23-J23
FREE My complcto courso nnd
personal Instruction to tho high
school girl writing tho best artlclo
on "Tho Advantages Gained From A
Musical Education." Contest closing
July lGth. Fill' School ot Popular
FOR RENT 3-room furnished
apartmont. 39 High St. "tf
LOST Flvo koys on ring. Loit Tues
day. Return to Herald Oftlco. Ho
PENDLETON. In nil probability
tho department encampment of the
Spanish -War Veterans will bo hold In
Pendleton next cnr, fur I) C How
man, delegate from Malabon post to
tho stnto encampment to bo hel t In
Astoria July 1C nnd 1C, will go with
tho Intention of securing It. It Is said
thnt till uiicnmpmvnt would bring
about G000 peoplo toTcndlcton.
A groat reduction in Refrlger.Uor
la all aires. Johnstons Furniture Co.
WANTED Clean rags at
FOR SALE Furniture, wholr or in
part: cheap for qilck italo. leav
ing. 1425 Crescent Ave. Upstairs.
FOR 8ALE Davit sewing macblno.
vertlcle feed Call at rear of 1037
Main after 6:00 p. m. 12-14
Monday. Tuesday. Thursday aiid
Friday nights. Terms reasonable, ap-l
piy to uen Mcuonaia. lztt
Men's Duxbak and Kamplt outing
woar at K K K Storo. 3tf
Do your feet trouble you? Foot
specialist at your servlco nt K K K
storo. Free examination and advice
E. R. CARPENTER, paperbanglng
and painting. Prices reasonable.
Phone 270-W. J22-26
FOR SALE For touring 1918, 4
peed trans., Hassler shocks, new
seat covers, water circulator, Ray
field carbuerator. Cheap for cash.
See at Dodge Garage, or inqulro at
Blue Bird. lltf
Ladles Outing Wear In Khaki
Wool Serge, Corduroy and Kamplt
Cloth at K K K Storo. 3tf
WANTED House cleaning of all
descriptions. Window cleaning,
floor polishing and vacuum cleaning.
Phone 668J. B. Morrow Jr. 12-16
FOUND Suit caso on Crater Lake
National Park road. Owner may
have tame by calling at City Transfer
office, describing contents and pay
ing for this ad. 12-15
LOST A man's
coat and a Indy'a
-Return to Herald
FOR RENT Two-room furnished
apartment and one slnr,lns room.
527 Klamath Avo. Phone 461.
WANTED Woman ileslrus work by
the day or hour Call 614 Welnut
St. between 1:00 and 5:0 p. n.
FOR SALE: American Cafe. Best
location In SusanvlIIo. For par
ticulars write Box 913, SusanvlIIo.
Calif. . 11-18
FOR RENT Throe housekeeping
rooms overlooking tho lake. Phono
Send your clothes to Klamath
Hand Laundry. Ladles fine clothes
a specialty. Phono 573-W, 7th and
Klamath Ave. 11-13
BLOCKWOOD FOR SALE $7.25
for doublo load. Tolophono 424-J.
SAVE MONEY Best oak soles with
rubber heels put on tor $1.85. Jack
frost. 818, 9th St. 11-13
1 WEATHER RECORD I
o . o
Hereafter The Herald will publish
the mean and maximum tempera-
ures and precipitation record as tak
en by the U. S. Reclamation service
tatlon. Publication will covor the
day previous to tho paper's Issuo, up
to 0 o clock or toe day.
July 1 .
July 2 ....
July 9 ....,
July 10 86
July 11 88
July 12 89
DALLAS, A skin grafting opera
tion was dono nt tho Dallas hospital
to save tho llfo of llttlo Mary Pennor.
who was terribly burned several
weeks ngo when her clothing caught
flro from tho kitchen Move at her
homo. Tho llttlo girl's father, John
Pcnnor, gavo 45 square Inches of his
own skin for the operation without
taking nn nnrsthotlc.
a number of koyn which hu luul cur
rled awn)' unintentionally, una said,
to havo entnbllslieil a precedent In the
operation of carrier In this section
of thu stale.
LA URANDi:, Just before leaving
llakor latu Wednesday night, u wom
an rushed on tho train with it basket
and deposited It on a sent beside Pet
er Nelson of this city, getting off as
the train started. The basket con
tallied a baby girl ot 10 days with aj
tug on which thu iianio was r.lwn at.
"LET GEORGE DO IT!"
Swiss Watch Repair Specialist
JEWELER - 622 Main St.
ALBANY, A fair, established ori
ginally as nn Industrial boys' and
girls' club exhibit at Shod.l, wilt
grow this year Into a community fair,
which will feature exhibits of farm
products and household work as well.
Exhibits by tho boys' and girls' clubs
nt Shedd will contlnuo to bo an Im
portant part of tho fair. Tho fnlr will
bo held September 23.
PORTLAND. Elimination of nll
day parking of nutomobllo In tho
area roughly bounded by Front,
Tenth, Madison nnd Couch streets
was agrcod to yesterday by members
of tho rlty council. It was alio agreed
that lefthand turns would not bo per
mitted In the district bounded by
Third, Stark, Yamhill streets nnd
"Eunlco L. It." asking thnt It l"
taken ti the Wuverly baby home In I
Portland. Indications are that the
baby ruinort from a wonltliy family
Tliu Infant has been plutvd In u local
Jiomi) by tho Hed CrotH.
LA GRANDE A warrant has boon
Issued for the urre.it of Mrs. lllla Uy
nearson, woulthy 70-year-old farm
owner, charging her with reckless
driving. In turning a corner, to nvlil
crashing Into another machine, she
drove through a heavy plato glass
window In a furniture More A runge.
weighing COO pounds, whldt wns on
exhibition In thu window, was hurl-d
halt way across tho storo whou the
car struck It nnd u number of pieces
ot furniture were demolished. No ono
NEWBERO, Tho commltteo In
chargo of tho campaign to ralso an
additional endowment fund for Paci
fic collego to tho amount of $150,000
a' few days ngo rocolvcd n subscrip
tion from Herbert Hoovor, socretary
ot commorco. Mr. Hoover was a stu
dont of tho academic department
there In his boyhood das.
BEND, Moro than 6000 sheep
havo been dipped at Crescent In tho
last few days as a rcqulslto to being
admitted Into tho Deschutes National
forest, reports Jack Horton, forest
grazing examiner on his return to
Uend from Crvscont.
Advertising pays. Try it and see.
All EC2E1 SKIN
Coats Littlo nnd OtrmimeM Trouble
AlnuMt Ovrr Night
Any breaking out of tho skin, oven
fiery, Itching eczema, can bo quickly
overcomo by applying Mentho-8ul-phur,
declares a noted skin special
ist. Because of Us germ destroying
properties, this sulphur preparation
Instantly brings caso from skin Irri
tation, soothos nnd heats the ec
zema right up nnd leaves tho skin
clear and smooth.
It seldom falls to relievo tho tor
ment without delap. Hufferors from
skin troublo should ohtnln a smnll
Jar ot Mentho-Blphur from any
good druggist and uso It like cold
I Hot Water Each Morning
1 Puts Roses in Your Cheeks j
8 '" " ' rvr liiiiiiflK9iHHnikiiiiBl
To look one's Wtt, and fret one's lt
! to enjoy an ImUo bath rsch momlng
to liua iremi tlm yntrtn tho previoui
da) 'a waste, sour fermentation and pot
sonou toxins before it U nbonrlml into
the blood. Juit as coal, when It lairni,
leaves in-nind a certain amount of in
rvmbuitlblu material In the form of
allies, so the fool and drink taken each
day leave in the alimentary organs a
certain amount of Indlgratltilo material,
which if n't eliminated, form toxins and
loltons which are then auclcrd Into the
Mood through the very diiett which are
Intended to suck In only nourishment to
(imtatn the body.
If ) oil want to sen the glow of healthy
bloom In your cViks, to sen jour akin
get clearer and clearer, jou aro told to
drink every morning upon arising, a
glara of hot watrr with a teaanoonful
of llmcatona ptiophaU In It, which la a
harmleM means nt washing the waata
material and toxins from thf stoinncli,
liter, kidneys sjid Ixmeln, thus cleans
ing, sweetening ami purifying the entire
alimentary tract, before putting more
food Into the stomach.
Olrla and women with sallow skins,
liver spots, pimples or pallM complex
ion, aVm those who waki up Willi
crated tongue, InuI taatr, nasty breath,
others who arn liotherrd with headaches,
bilious spells, acid stomach or constipa
tion should begin this phosphated hot
water drinking and are a mi red ot very
nronoiuired rmults In one or two weeka.
A quarter pound of limestone phot
nhatn roots ery little at the drug store
(nit Is sufficient to demonstrate that lust
as soap and hot water cleanses, purifies
ami freshens tho okln on the outside, so
hot water and llmettonn nhotnhaU act
on the Inside nriran. U'n must arwari
ronsldrr that inttrnai sanitation la vast
ly more Important than outside cleanli
ness, becautn the skin pores do not ab
sorb Impurities Into tho blood, while the
bowel pores do.
Women wlio desire to enhance the
beauty of their complexion sJiould Just
try this for a week and notice results.
RALEM, Tho stopping of n train
on tho Oregon Electric so that n pas
iicngor might return to tho stotohouHo
BETTER WORK SHOES
FOR LESS MONEY AT
J. E. Enders & Co.
Due to the fact that We have been
mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimimmm unable to handle the detail work in
cident to renewal of subscriptions,
One year by carrier, $5.00 the period during which the special
n i .1 . rate will continue has been extended
Utie year by mail, m untH August 1st. During, thejnonth
the county $4.00 of July the rate will be $5.00 a year
delivered by carrier in the city or
", by mail outside of the county; $4.00
a year by mail in the county.
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
THE PRESENT IS MORE IMPORTANT
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YOU A5 A PLAVER AND I WAS
PROUD THAT YOU VERE MV UNCLE'
KV TH& WAV. COULD VOU LET ME V
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LTTJ.E MONEY fr-. ' MlfaMI
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LISTEN, TOM. I
ONLY WANT IT
FOR A FEW DAYS!
U PAY YOU
You're a false alarm!
GET ANV WHERE
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