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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 18, 1921)
MONDAY, JULY M, 19H1
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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POIl SALE 1917 Model l)rd Irock
In good condition, 1350. Inu ilru
Hoom 304, Wllllts Ulde. 13-18
WANTED Sewing by tho day. Koso
Musgrave.Phono 229W. 16-19
WANTED To rent auto camp outfit
for ono month. Responsible peo
ple. Phono 513ft. 16-18
.FOR SALK Hods. springs, dressers,
ran (to, heating storo. dining; rot,
rockers. Bargain. Leaving. 1425
Crescent Ave. 16-20
FOR 8ALB 4 room modorn turn-
lskod homo. Turin. Inqulro W.
C. North, Mecca Peel Hull. 13-18
I Outbursts of Everett True By Condon
Saddle) horses nnd pack horros (or
lilre to Four Mllo lnko nnd Koguo
rlrer points. Phono M. It. Wniuplor,
Odessa, Ore. 12-30
KOlt SALK llco truck or speed wn
non, (Irst class shnpe, mochnnlcal-
ly good. Oond rubber, torms to ro
sponslblo parties. Metropolitan Oar-
WAKTED Cottlo nnd horses to uns-'age. 14 -ID
ture. emtio $1.00, horses II. CO per
month. Victor Oofftc, near Midland.
Large, nicely furnished room, suit
able for two people. Hot nnd cold
water. Bteara heat. Inqulro Star
FOR BALE 36 one year old hens.
now laying about 24 eggs n day
and alio few fryers. Also rabbits.
both for tablo and broeding: purposes.
Rm. 16, Loomls Ride Phono 44,
House phone 114.M. 15-20
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday nnd
Friday nights. Terms reasonable, ap
ply to liort McDonald. 12tt
FOR 8ALE OR TRADE Ono 1914
Bulck. thoroughly ovorhaulod,
with dellrory body on samo; Just tho
thtng for a smalt rancher. Perkins
Furniture House. 14-1S
Dr. Goddard is on vacation. Will
return Thursday, July 21, 1921.
FOR. SALE Snap. S room house.
moat new, woodhouso, chicken
houao, lot SO.x 120,alley, near school.
Why pay rent when you can buy this
place for 11400 on torms.
Cor. lot SO x 110. alley, sewer, 2
room house 14 x 28 parod (treat,
$850.00, $550.00 cosh. bal. terms.
Party leaving town, Fred ltuetlng,
1030 Main St. 13-19
Furnished 2 room apartmonts,
wood, water, lights $25.00, slnglo
rooms $16. Tbo Tumor apartments,
812 Oak St. 13-19
ROOMS FOR BENT 50c up. AU
rooms are clean outside rooms In
cluding bath. Home Rooming IIouso,
920 Klamath Ave. Last bouse i:n
right hand side of Klamath nvo
FOR BALE Amorlcan Cafe. Rent
location In Susanvllle. For par
ticulars writo llox 913, Susnnvlllo.
CITY C1ARUAGB When you want
garbage removed, mil lul'.JIS.
Sco that C121 llluo sorgo Suit at
K K K Storo for $35. Written guar
antee with every suit for wear nnd
Paints, oils and varnish. W. E. and
J. E. Patterson, 127 4th St. Phono
19G-W, or Ros. B31-R. 53-J23
FOR RENT 3-room furnished
apartment. 39 High St. "tt
Men's Duzbak and Kamplt outing
tvear nt K K K Storo. 3tt
Do your foot trounio youT Foot
specialist at your sorvlco at K K K
storo. Freo examination and advlco.
E. R. CARPENTER, paporhanglng
and painting. Prices reasonable.
Phone 270-W. J22-25
FOR SALE For touring 1918, 4
speed trans., Hassler shocks, now
scat covers, water circulator, Ray
field carbuorator. Cboap for cash.
Seo at Dodge Garage, or Inqulro at
Blue Bird. Utt
Ladles Outing Wear In Khaki
Wool Scree. Corduroy and Kamnlt
12-1 S I Cloth at K K K Storo. 3tf
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, Eu
gene, July 18. A blind Instructor
will teach at the University of Ore
gon next year, it has been announced,
Thomas D. Cutsfortb, of Riddle, Ore
gon, and an alumnu of tho Univer
sity, will be graduate assistant in the
department of psychology.
In spite of total blindness, bt won tbo placo la pleased.
into State; Many
Visit Crater Lake
"Crater Lake will have more visit
n this season than ever beforo it.
its history," announoes W. J
Weaver, manager of tho Umpqua
hotel at Roseburg. "Tbo read Is
now open all tho way, the last of
tho snow in the road having been
removed a week ago. There is still
snow around the rim, howover. Tho
hotel is giving good sorvlco and
good meals to ovoryono who visits
I am our-
reputation for scholarship whllo a
Indent at the University and con
trlbuted in an important way to tho
psychology of tbo blind. Upon gradu
atlon he becamo a teacher in the
htgh school at Riddle, Oregon. In ad
dition to teaching ancient, medieval
and modern, English and American
history, civics, biology with labora
tory, and general science with labora
tory, he introduced wrestling Into
the high school and coached It. Ho
later introduced soccer and coached
it also. He is probably the only blind
atbeltie coach In the state.
With un seo lng eyes but with a wide
capacity for enjoyment ho spends
his summer vacations fishing, hunt
ing and "hiking. Ho says he has taken
In nearly everything in Southern
Oregon. In bis ramble through tho
mountains he baa picked up an In
teresting collection of fossil marine
animals for use in his general science
And biology classes.
Mr. CuUforth will take up his dut
lea at the University of Oregon at the
beginning of the tall term, the 24th
Advertising pays. Try It and see.
prised at tho way tbo tourists aro
scooting off from tho Pacific high
way to tako the trip to the lake,
Apparently most or tbo tourists
traffic on the highway is going to
Crater lako for n day or two, and
the vlow of tho lako is, of courso,
well worth while, for there Is
nothing llko tbo lake In tbo world.
Oregon is not cashing in on all tho
advertising it has been doing to
attract tourists. Tboro is a steady
procession of motorists on tho Pa
cific highway and, of course, they
all pass through Roseburg. Theso
tourists como from all parts of the
nation. A few nights ago, with the
exception of ten traveling men, ev
ery room in our hotel was filled
with tourists two to tbo room.
Tho auto enrap ground at Roso
burg Is also well patronized, for
tbero aro scores of pooplo who havo
to Ilvo in tho opon on account of
health, and othors camp out for
the experience. Oregon people aro
rarcely realizing tho extent of tbo
tourist traffic now flowing through
tho state, for it Is assuming as
tonishing propo-tlons. So many
tourists ask Mr Weaver about Ore
gon resorts that he Is now mnK.UR
PARDON MSf TFRtOND,
BUT Vt JOST CURIOUS I .
TO KtMOUJ HOU MANY Sr-xSc 1
DIRER4MT KIN.OS Of5 jftBBsKlV
HAIR-CUTS NtoU MIGHT lijgBgftli
corduhco with tho routitrcmontii of
tho secretary of agriculture.
"Lands conveyml to tho tlnllod
StntoN under thin net aliuli, upon ac
ceptance of tltlo. become parts of tho
Deschutes nntlonnl forest."
Mitkn Hint lillo dollar wtrkt Put
II In tint batik.
a tour of the Oregon ploisuro
places and bn-.uly spots so that he
can given tint hand information.
FOREST MAY 1IK CHANGED
Herald Washington Munrnu
WASHINGTON. July 18. Con
gressman Slnnott baa Introduced a
bit) changing tho boundaries of tho
Deschutes national forest which has
bcon agreed to by tho forest sorvlco
of tho Unltod States.
This bill will Includo several thou
sand acres of tho doforostated land
on the edges of this national roierva
tlon and will permit tho forest sorv
lco to carry on tbo work of reforesta
tion and romovo tho frlngo of cut
over lunda which nro unsightly and
which could not be redeemed by prl
Provision of Itlll
Tho bill provides among othor
things, "That the secretary of tho In
terior bo, and heroby Is, authorlzod
to accept on behalf of tho United
States tltlo to any lands In private
ownorshlp within or within five mlloi
of tho exterior boundaries of tho Dei
chutes national forest whtcb, in tho
opinion 'of socrotary of agriculture,
aro chiefly valuable for national for
est purposes, and, in exchange there
foro, may lssuo patent for an equal
valuo of niltlonal forest land, or the
secretary of agriculture may pormlt
tbo grantor to cut and romovo an
equal valuo of timber from any na-
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of tho Interior
U. S. Land Office at Lakeview, Orei
Not Coal Land Juno 11, 1021
NOTICE Is horoby glvon that T.
Marshall Morsey, of Dairy, Oregon,
who, on Nov. 13, 1921, made Homo
stead Entry, No. 09448, for
W14BWU SE8W Sec. 3; 8
A SEU Sec. 4 Ntt NEK Sec. 9 NW
K NWK. 8octlon 10 Township 39S,
Rnngo 11 KE. Wlllamotto Mored
Ian has filed notlco of In
tention to mako final thrco-yearj
proor, to esiaousn ciuim 10 mu ianu
abovo described, before J. O. Ha
maker. U. S. Commissioner, at Bo
nanza, Oregon, on tbo 23rd day of I
Claimant names as witnesses:
D. P. Shook, S. S. Tooker, John
Jones, W. II. Shook all of Dairy,
JAS F. BURGESS,
20 27 5 12 19
tlonal forest, In tho stato of Orugon.
tho values In each Instnnco to bo de
termined by tho secretary of agricul
ture nnd bo nccoptablo to tho owner
as fair compensation, considering any
rescrvatlns at timber, of mineral
rights or easements mado by cither
party to tho exchange.
Timber May llo Cut.
"Timber given In such exchanges
shall bo cut nnd romovod under the
direction and supervision and In ac-
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
DEPARTMENT OF TIIE I.VMCIIIOII
Not IVml titntU
U. 8. Land Officii nt Lakovlow,
Oregon. Juno 22, 1921.
NOTICE Is hereby given that Wll-
limn II. Freer, nf Mnllll. Oregon, who.
on Mny 0, 1021, mado Homestead Kn- j
try (net of Juno 17. 1917), No.,
010196, for NKHEK (Lola 12 ft IS)
Hoetlon 18, Township 4111, Itangit'
12E, Wlllamotto Meridian, has filed'
notice of intention to make Final,
throo-yonr Proof, to establish claim
to the tnnd nhovo described, before C.
R.DuLnn, Clork of County Court for
Klamath County, nt Klamath Falls,)
Oregon, on tho 30th day of July,,
Claimant names as witnesses:
Wllmot Crundall, Joseph Kotsra,
Hr Joseph Kotern, Jr. O, It. Click,
nil of Malln, Oregon,
JAH. F. llUltGI.88, Register.
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W KLAMATH FALLS OREGON Whn
WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE
BUY THtlR DRUGS
I have just received a
carload of fine monu
ments and markers, all
new designs Stop and
look them over.
G. D. GRIZZLE
Klamath Falls Marble
and Granite Works
1040 Main St
Now Selling at the Lowest
Price Level in Tire History
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(And Other Sizes In Proportion)
Tire repair men, who judge values best, clnss these tires no
having the sturdiest enrcaso made. Forty-seven high
grade car manufacturers use them as standard equipment
They are the quality choice of cord users.
This new low price is made possible by strictest economies
and specialized production.
Plant No. 2 was erected for the sole purpose of making
30x3K-inch Non-Skid fabric tires. With a daily capacity
of 16,000 tires nnd 20,000 tubes, this plant permits refined
production on a qunntity basis.
All materials used are the best obtainable. The quality is
uniform. It is the best fabric tire ever offered to the cat
owner at any price.
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
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