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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 18, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
MONDAY, JULY !, 1931
The Office Cat
707 Main St
Phone 341 W
Every Blouse in
stock reduced to Vu
$C 91! actual valuM up to
$9 70 actual vnluss up to
Colors Scarlet and Green. '
WHAT All4 18?
TImi ku Old Hoys.
Nickel car rides
3c n. H. faro
l.ploco bathing suits
Coat to burn
II a ilar holnls
TITO World TmUjr
I. W. Wl's
Tltny'ro after lilm
Keno, July 16,
The Klamath Falls power ptant
must be figuring on Increasing tbo
force, as J. 11. Hooch Is rocolvlng loi
ters from fouf ladlos matrimonially
J. T. Perkins says some
magaslno covers should bo
from tbo males.
NOTICE OF IMPOUNDING
Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned, Poundmaster of tho
City of Klamnth Falls. Orogon. did.
on this 12th day of July 1021 at
the hour of 9 n. m.. tako up and Im
pound In tho pound of said City tho
following described animals:
1 black homo about 10 years old
wt. about 1500 pounds, No braud
1 Day homo about 10 yearn old.
Wt. about 1C00 poundB. No brand
3 head of cattle brandod 0 undor
bar on loft sldo, mnrkod swallow
fork In both ears.
There are othor horsos In thi
pounds, with undecipherable brands.
Parsons having horsos missing
should call and soo If their stock Is
H, 8, WILSON, Poundmnittr 14-10
Prospective early railroad buy
ing nixiinn to forncaiit thn passim;
of thn moHt prolonged period ot ex
tritnin dnpriiKNlon over known to tbo
Wat Ciiasl lumber Induntry, says
the wookly rnvlow of thn Wont
Const Lumbermen's nsnoclnt'nn,
Willi a resumption of railroad pur
chases, a gradual Improvomont Is
anticipated In tho fall -with prob
ablo return to normal by spring,
providing further freight rnto read
JuMmenln rentorn compcitltlVR con
dltlonti for Wont Coast lumber In
Tho government has Plain well
advancod to disburse about r.no..i.
000,000 to the railroads at the j
Rfltnn limn ftiniflni. n1l..nit l..t..l.i'
" '!. ...... .M.l III. I'JHl-
iKliKtan to tho government, there
by temporarily relieving thn mil
mads of their burden of ilnlit to
the government, while placing In tho
hands ot tho roads an Immense
amount of rash with which to ro
hnbllltato properties und equip
ment. For this purposo thorn Is now
In tho United State treasury a
sum of 1200,000,000, with nil ill
ilnnal itpproprlutlons nvallablo
without tho necessity of onabllng
The government cuali. bv nermll-
tlug the roads to resume purchax-i
lug activities and redeem vouch
ers. In expected to provide a sub.
stantlul stimulus to builneas gen
erally. In tbo meantime, however, pro
duction In western Oregon and
western Washington. continues
heavily under normal by reason of
light demand, restricted credit, and
heavy slocks at tbo mills.
For tho week ondlng July 9th.
which Included the mld-soason hoi.
May rloso down, production was
only 48 per cent of normal, with
104 mills reporting 34.639.110 foot
as sgalnat a normal production of
7S.B70.000 feet. i
Now bualnosn and dollverlos
ern likewise depressed, orders for
tho week totaling 38,46S,06S foot
and shipments 36,218,167 foot. I
In the trade calling for delivery,
by rail only 979 cars ot new bust,
ness was added to tbo order files,
whllo only 816 cars worn loaded out
by the reporting mills. In both In
stances tho business was about 1,-
oo cars short of normal. The un
shipped balanco of orders for rail
delivery has reached a new low
level at 3,913 cars as against a
nornnl of 13,000' cars. Tho un
sblppod domostlo cargo balanco Is
93,737,730 fott. Tbo unshipped ex
port balance, 20,320,366 feet.
Old Time Gun Men
Not Used to Movie
I1IBIIKB. Arlx.. July 18. Making
of moving picture is rathor a novol
ly In tnls part of tbn country nnd
Ulsbee roaldont havo difficulty In
netting used to seeing gaudily dress,
ed wostorn 'bad men" rushing around
with "artlllory" strapped on their
Soma of the real old-tlmo western
ers aro apt to Jump at tho wrong
conclusion when a "movlo westornor"
goes on thn warpath. For this reas.
on, a moving plcturo company, plan.
nlng to stngo a boldtup scono nt thn
dopot nt Osborn, olght mllos south
of hero, bnd the trnln crow warn pas
songors no toss than ton Union before
reaching tho station that a "movie
train robbery" would be staged. In
splto of this, several old tlmors on
NOT1CK TO IIIDDEUH
Boalod proposals will bo rocolvod
up to July 10th.. 1921 by Bchool
District No. B3, Klamath County, for
tho construction nt a bcIioo! building
and for the Plumbing nnd Hoatlng of
samo. Dlds must bo accompanied
by a certificate chock to tho amount
or 5 per cent ot tho bid or tho samo
shall bo rojectod. to bo made pay
able In favor ot Wm. Skeon, clork of
thn said district, to bo roturnod to
bidders upon signing of contract nnd
to bo rotalned if micccssful bidder
fulls to onter Into contract as spocl
tlod. Plans nnd specifications may bo ob
tained from a. R. Wright, Archltoct,
Klamath Falls or Wm. Skeon of Chll
oquln, nnd a doposlt of $10,00 will
bo required for snrao.
l'ropossnls may bo lort olthor with
Wm. Blcoon, nt Chlloquln, Orogon
up to 7:30 o'clock, or with a. R,
Wright. Archltoct. Klamath Falls,
Orogon, up to 12,00 m. July 19th,
The board rosorves tho right to
nccopt any one bid or roject any or
Dated at Chlloquln, Orogon, this
8th. day of July, 1921.
(SlfPtd) WiM. 8KEEN, Clerk.
,iA THI3 OLD TfclM
VSsssfl VJORm HAVING
Ti "W L cieANep
Jm r-l- i
BKm. sd i
tho trnln renchod for their hips when
thn bandits" appeared nnd had to bo
rnnvlnntd by fellow passengers that
thn bold up wus not tho real thing.
M"k" thlt ''"' H"r workl
U '" ' '
DR. L. L. TRUAX
WARREN HUNT HOSPITAL
Day Phone, 407 Night Pbone, 8
Let Your GLASS troubles
C. E. STUCKEY
Re-Glazing and Cabiott
Eleventh and Pine
Klamath Falls Plumb
ing & Heating Co.
1178 MAIN HT. PIIONK B4S-W
Concrete for Permanence
of the low cost of
Porter can do the
ouis K, Porter
1140 Main St.
KX4ERVICE MK7T, ATTENTION
Klamatb Post No. 8,
Amorlcaa Legion meets
at tho City Hall on the
first and third Tuesdays
ot each month.
Hx-iervlce mon are Invited to at
tend ths meetings.
For membership cards or Informs,
tlon or-iorvlco men are requosted to
seo or wrlto tho following efficers:
J. II. Carnsbsn, Commander.
Roy N. Foucb, Tost Adjutant
For relief of omploymont see or
write the Chairman of Tho Hellof and
Employment Committee, Francis
Oldi, care Lakeside Lumber com
J. O. CLKOUORN
CIVIL ENOINBER AND
133 B. Riverside
OOODS OF ALL KINDS
OUR PRICES RiailT '
Wo Buy, Belt and Exchange.
Cor. Sixth and Klamath Ave.
KUmath Lodge No. 1S7
i. a o. f.
Meets Friday night of each week at
I. O. O. F. hall, 5th and Main streets
II. H, Oglo . .. N. a.
Chas. Newman ....... ............V, O.
O. II. Mangue . . .- Secy.
W. D. Cofor ....... ..........Treas.
J. II. Houston . ............ .....C, P,
II. V. Brown ............... B. W.
L. J. MeClure Bcrlbe
E. J, Mayer .. .....Treaiurer
PELICAN BAT BUS
Fare S5o each way
Leaves Rex Cafe Leave Pelican City
7:45 a.m. 8:00 arm.
13:45 p.m. 1:00 p.m.
6:00 p. m. 6:30 p. m.
Reckard Heat Bervfc
Advance Autumn Apparel
Indescribably lovely are the new fall hats. They
are designed expressly to reflect the varying hat
modes for fall. Hats of duvetyn felt, and velvet, as
complemenent to the street suit, or perky taffetas for
afternoon and evening wear.
Canton Crepe and Satin Frocks
Revealing advance fall style tendencies. Models of pleasing
simplicity. EVERY WASH FROCK IN STOCK
Reduced 1-2 Price and Less
VOILES, ORGANDIES, SWISSES, GINGHAM
On all Gray Silk Hosiery
ONLY. Sizes 8& to 10
Every Wool Sweater Reduced to Half-Price
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY FOR SPECIAL VALUES.
Andross-Glover Style Shop
Dr. E. & Witecanrer
Dr. P. M. Noel
Over Pef oosTs
Bveatk aad Msia Street
OFFICE OVER UNDERWOOD'b
Plione R30-J. Soventli & Main
Your Watch Keep
511 Main St.
L. D. Gass, M. D.
EYE. EAR. NOSE AND THROAT
Warren Hunt Hospital Phono 407
Rm. White Pelican Holi-I. Pbnne S
Klamath Falls Cyclery
We are here to sorve you, and
aim to serve you right. Motorcycles
and Bicycles, Ports and Acessorles,
Tires and Tabes, that will stand
your Inspection, as wo carry the
best In our line. Ropslr shop In
connection with Harley-Davtdson
1010 Main St. Klamath Falls
O. E. BIRMARK
DR. T. C CAMPBELL
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
I. O. O. F. Building.
Residence Whit Pelican Hotel
RefttMtce Plione f ,
SHOP IN KLAMATH FALLS
Suits, Silk Petticoats.
Loomk Bldfr, Klasasitti IWU
Klamath Dye Works
OCR CLEANING, PRESSING AND
REPAIRLNO WILL MAKE XOCB
LOOK LIKE NEW
Goods Colled for and Delivered
481 Main Street KUmatk rail
Take oat Cellars or Fill in Lots
017 Mortimer St. Phone 51LW
832 Main Street
DAY AND NIQHT SERVICE
New Can Klamath Falls, Ore.
DR. & A. MASSEY
i Foarth and Pine St.
In Warren Hunt Hospital
Off. Phone 417 Res. Phone SIM
DR. C. A. RAMBO
L O. O. V. Bmlldtni
SCHOOL OF POPULAR
I have constructed thru years ot
experience tho only course that
teaches you to play ' tho piano by
NOTE and by EAR In 10 to 20 les
sons. Write for particulars, 701 11th
St.. Klamath Falls. Pro. Phono 367R.
NEW CITY LAUNDRY
Tut Your Duds
In Our Such"
Corner Main ant) Conger
Kayser Silk underwear,
Crepe de Chine under
wear, Gloves, House Dress-
DR. J. G. GOBLE
The well-known Optician
now located In K. D. Block.
1313 Main. Phone J51-M.
Office Phone 177W Res 177R
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
Physician and Sanrsoa
Klamath Falls Oregon
'The Best Insurance for Every Need'
We can serve you lnsuraneewls.
CLARA B. CALKINS,
MOLLIS S. DONELSON.
Let us make yon a price on dig.
glng that basement, or other ex
cavating you contemplate. ( We also
do team work ot every description.
E. D. LAMB
fHYHIUIAIV AND HUBOBOIf
Rooms 1 and S
SAW BULL ENGINEERING '
Designers and builders of mod
ern saw mills, planing wills and
box plants. Dredging. Pile driving.
Offioe Corner Spring and Oak
Near S. P. Depot
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
Office and Residence .
I. 0. O. P. Temple
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