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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 14, 1921)
THTJ1UDAT, JULY 14, 1081
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
Published Jally axcopt 8unday, by
Tk Harald Publishing Company of
Klamath Falls, at lit Eighth Stroot.
Battred at the poitoffico at Kla
math Palls, Or., for trafemlsslon
through tha malls aa loAnd-clua
FOR RENT Two room furnished
cnbln nnd one furnished houso-
kccplnK room. 1143 Pine. Phonu
FOR SAI.K Hco truck or speed vn
Kon, first class shape, moclihnlcnl.
ly Reed. Clood ruhbors, terms to re
sponsible parties. Metropolitan Oar
KEMBER OF THR ASSOCIATED
The Associated Pre a la ezelaslrely
Btttled to the use for republication
of all news dispatches credited to it,
or not otherwise credited In this
paeer, and also the local news pub
THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1021
N aovmy rf tuwa. ARE
Ut SO Aft WW6. UMlCiBR.
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Concord piano for salo, HBO. 1036
Main St. 1.. I.. McDanlel. 14-16
Wo havo furnished qulto a bunch
of happy homes horo In Klnmnth Co.
Is your' ono? If not, why notT
"Tho FurnUhrr of Happy Jlomca"
rwfclns' Fumlturo Houso
FOR SALB OR TRADK Ono 1914
Hulck. thoroughly overhauled,
with dnllrory body on samo; Just the
thing for a small rancher. Perkins
Fumlturo House. 14-18
Did you over atop to think that
.liirlnir hntirA rirnnorA ffti" wnrT
Well, that Is what 1 want you to do
now, prepare for cold weather when
your dollars will surely work tor yeu:
1 hare n largo assortment ot heat-
am ranrlnr frnm thrnn tlnllnra fttlll
soventy five cents to twenty four dol
lars and forty rive cents, xnose
prices aro lummor-remornl prices, to
mime room ror our inn smpmems.
"COME EARLY TO AVOID TirE
RUSH." I also havo n few refrigera
tors for the weather conditions pre-
vnlllni- nnn nt tirlpra vnti rnn iiffnrt!
to pay. "Yes, wo will trado at theso
Perking Frunlturr House,
"The Faroishcr of Happy Home"
Colonial ono room cnbln tor house
keeping, Uth nunr Main and 741
Walnut nve. 14
WANTED tllrl to enro tor child two
or llireo evenings n week. Address
llox 133. City. 14-15'
FOR SALE Ono ton Ford truck.
Sorao cash, balnuco torms Phono
LOST My llttlo 4 months old Shop-
hord puppy. Ho hns 4 white feet, n
llttlo whlto noso nttd u llttlo white
tip on his tall, miici his name Is
"Mlko". Pleaso notify Jack Elliott.
G23 Lincoln St. 14-16
NOTICI1 TO CXlNTHArTOItS
ContmctorM dcslrlun to hid on tlui
Mills und Fnlrvlew uddlllotiH to the
public schools of KliinmtU Falls' will
ha uhle to o'ltulu pluis from tlio do
signer. Chs. Coomthoom, lit 815 Jot-
forabn on mid nfter Monday Jnlv IS
WANTED Cooking on ranch or
genornl housework. Call Room 35,
Washington House. 14
Stated communications ot Klamath
l.n.lrn Vre 77 k V A A. M Thnra.
day (tonight) evening. Thoro will
'be Important buslnoss to attend to,
also work In tho E. A. degree. Co mn
'and ho thoro promptly ut 7:00 In
Masonic Hall, 409 Main street.
.14 LEM L. (MOIIAOKN. Secy, i
Make that Idle dollar work!
It la the baak.
CLEVELAND, O., July 14. The
Rainbow Division, one of tho most
famous American divisions that parti
cipated in the World War, opened
its second annual convention here to
day. Several thonsand are ex
pected to attend the three dsv event.
The Cleveland Chapter will onlor
tain 25 wounded Rainbow men still
Tho division was recruited from
26 states. Tho Infantry regiments
came from New York, Ohio, Alabama
and Iowa, the artillery from Indiana,
Illinois and Minnesota.
After training at Camp Mills. ' rng
Island, the division sailed for Fnrnre
In October ot 1917, the fourth dll
aloa to arrive.
After thre months of Intensive
training In Franca the men went In
to the trenches near Baccarat. Tro;n
then on It wi continuous heavy
flghttng and hardships, at Cham
pagne where the dlvlsIonwaa a stone
wall against the great German of
fensive, from there to Clis.'o..u
Thierry salient, and then followed 8t.
Sllhlel where In two daya over ?,
000 prisoners were taken. Tho divi
sion was engaged In two Important
phases ot the great Argonno-Mcuse
offensive and finally ended up at
Sedan on November 7.
From December, 1918, to April
1919, Its members wero In tho Army
of 'Occupation and finally arrived
home in May, 1910.
Colonel M. A. Tlnley of Council
Bluffs, Is., Is president or the divi
FOR RENT 3 room houso partly
furnished, screened porches. 125
per month Mrs. Nate Ottorbeln,
901 9th & Lincoln. 14-16
FOR SALE Piano. Dining table,
chairs, sideboard, heating, stove, 3
dressers, bcadsteads, rugs, mattres
ses. Springs, Library tables, couch,
fruit Jars, and other housobold nrtl
cles. 828 Walnut Ave. IMC
NOTICE OF IMPOUNDING
Notice Is hereby given that the'
undersigned, Poundmnster ot tluv
City ot Klamath Falls. Oregon, did.,
on this 12th day ot July 1921 at
tho hour ot 9 n. m.. tako up nnd Im-i
pound In tho pound ot said City the1
following described animals:
1 black homo about 10 years old
wt. about 1500 pounds. No brand
1 Hay horso about 10 yours old.
wt. about 1600 poundk. No brand
3 head ot cattlo branded 0 under
bar on left side, marked swallow
fork In both cars. '
It. S. WILSON. Poundninslnr 14-tfi
Benefit at Mt. Laki
Church July 16th.
Tho benefit concert for Ml. Lnkl
will bo 1iold nt tlm Mt. Lakl church
Saturday livening, July 16, begin
ning nt 8:30 o'clock.
Following Is tho pregram: Pluno
duet, ltlaucho nnd Francos Short ;
songs, Margaret Well f lit. piano
solo, lleo Taylor; .toiiK. Ruth
Dixen: reading. Ruth Pitrdy; song.
Donna Mack; piano solo, Mrs. Cof
or; duet, lleatrlco and Katliorlti
Walton; two sours, Dorothy Fill
olt; reading, Mnry McComb; two
sons by Clara Calkins; piano duet,
Mrs. Cofor nnd Miss Cofer; song,
Dorothy Hamilten: rending, Foru
Hanks; song, Mrs. anllagher; piano
solo Margaret Warden; -song, Dr.
Mallett; mandolin solo, W. II. Mar
shall. Tho admission will bo 50 cents
for ndults and 15 rents for children
between 5 and 14 years.
Advertising brings efficiency.
A good bed and n R'O-1 bath nt
Colonial rooms. 11th near Main St.
and at Colonial Annex. 741 Walnut
Ave. All outsldo airy rooms. 14
Kodaks to ront ut Stlnson's Photo
If your homo's not happy, perhaps
your Jrifo Is dissatisfied with the.
furniture. Try making a change, (I
mean In tho furniture), and sco If
you cannot bring back that happy
smile to her taco that sho used to
IVc-klnV Furniture House
"Tho Furnisher of Happy Homes"
FOR SALE 1921 Ford truck, .good
shapo. 1600: 1912 Studobakor, 7
passenger. $500: 1920 Allen, 5 pas
Bratrher nt Kwanna Motors.
Your Credit Is Good. 14
FOR SALE Corner lot on pavoment,
810.00 por month. Phone ttlll or
Bratcher at Ewauna Motors Co. 1 4
FOR RENT Desirable room In mod
ern house. Suitable for man & wlfo
or two young ladles. Kitchen prlr.
Tel. 360M. or. 720 N. 9th St.
Klamath Hand Laundry under new
management. All hand work. Mini
mum Rough Dry bundle 60c. 14-16
Marcelling and manicuring at Moes.
Dr. Ooddard Is on vacation. Will
return Thursday, July 21, 1921.
To exchange for Klamath Falls
60 acrea Irrigated ranch, good
house, barn etc. 2t acres In alfalfa.
6 miles -from Klamath Falls, on the
River, has pumping plant, (no water
or drainage charges) prlco sso.ou
FOR RENT 3 room furnished
FOR RENT 8 room house J40.00.
FOR RENT 3 room houso $20.00.
FOR SALE 2 dandy lots, closn-ln.
on the pavement, which Is all paid
up In full, owner leaving town and
wilt sell for a llttlo moro than ho
paid for sower and paving. Look this
J. T. WARD '.X.
HOI Main Stnvt 1 1
FOR SALE OR TRADE for car. 2
room box houso, without lot, 647
Commercial St. Phono 451J. 14-16
Make that idta ikillar work! Put
It In the lnuik.
I k fll IHHaaaBTaa
Leave Union Taxi office 8 o'clock
Monday, Wednesday and Friday Morning
Phone 424-J for reservation Large ' cars
in the World
is that of the Vio
lin, so they say. It
will touch your
heart, in the hands
of a master; it will
weep, it will wail,
and it will sing
sing you to sleep.
folks there are
who have not yet
beauty of a violin
solo or string quar
tet among the Vic
trola or the Colum
bia Records. Here
is Music that you
never git tired of;
Music that appeals
to all, highbrow
Step into the Shep'
herd Store, some
time and ask to
have some real
Violin or Quartet
Music played for
you. You will be
glad that we men
tioned it and sug
gested your oppor
WK know It's hot
AND Just for thai.
THE very first thing
ON the program lunWU
IS n, scenic j
OF tho Canadian ItniMtM
AND mountain clKibing thrills
THAT will make you Itlvnr
AND tho comedy "
"l.l.T mo explain"
IS really funny.
AND beautiful Jiinllnii John
stono PMY.S In
IT'S a picture.
EVERY father and mother
AND nvery daughter
Ot'lIHT to seo
FOR It room to show
THAT tho Ignorant Olrl
IM'not nccossarlly ....
THE Safo Olrl '
THKHK'8 a Reason"
AND you can learn why
AT Tho Liberty
II. W. P.
Anita Stewart in'
"In Old Kentucky"
Every scene will grip you. Hun
dreds ot night riders. Thrilling
horso fnees. Foudlst battle und
scores of ' Intense rtnuimtlc mo
ments with u beautiful story
Mndo by Marshall Nrltmi.
Are You Prepared?
FLY-TIME IS HERE
We have a large stock of SCREEN
DOORS in three designs, to fit all.
regular door openings.
These doors are made of clear, kiln
dried, California white pine cov
ered with the best grade of rust
proof, galvanized wire, and put to
gether with hardwood wedge dow
els a patented process which
makes an exceedingly rigid door.
"THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST"
BIG BASIN LUMBER CO.
"Everything to Build With"
Phone 107 Main & Spring St
A Real Bargain for Owners
of Small Cars
, In the past five yean nearly 5,000)00 of
these popular 30x3 inch Goodyear non
skid tires have gone into service. More than
a million of them are in use today
construction, and long wearing treads, at the
same price yon are aikedto paf4brrinknown
Why take a chanceon unknown tires, when
you can get Goodyear quality at as low a price?
See your Goodyear Service Station Dealer
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... ..(-.. T25 XmAHTTriTmU$32
Goodyear Tirb & Rubber Company
If It's Loose
We Will Move
It O. K. TRANSFER CO.I1241s fc