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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 28, 1921)
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TVUMDAT JUIiT M, ltttt
WANTED Real tlvo wire solicitor
lor Klamath Foils and vicinity.
Good propoBltlon to hustler. Address
J, C. Cones, Medford, Ore.
TOR IlENT Nicely furnished front
room, bath and phone. 511 N. 9th
rOR BALH Noarly now whltevRot-
ary Bewlng- machtno. Reasonable.
Call at 726 High. j7-29
LOST Man's ring, sst with three
garnets. Keepsake. Reward If re
tamed to Herald office. 27-30
FOR BALE OR TRADB For auto
mobile, sU room house, large lot. 301
High Bt. Phono 45811. 2730
FOR RENT Furnished S room
house; bath, Colt at 521 Firth, or
Phone 268J. 27-29
30 oases of canned fruit apricots,
peaches, pears and cherries. 25c per
an or 15.00 por case. 2338 Roclama
tlon are., Mills addition. 26-38
FOR RENT Sleeping
bath, 1164 Pine St.
Due to the arrival of her brothers
'remains from France for burial. Dr.
Lots C. Bridges will not return to
town until August 8th on which
data she will bo ready to'recelre both
old and new patients at hor office
orer the First State and Savings
LOST On Sunday morning. In or
near White Pelican hotel, a cameo
brooch Talued as keepsake Suit
able reward Return to Mrs. A. A.
Bellman. White Pol I can hotel. 27-28
FOR SALE 1-1920 B pass. Ford,
A-l condition, same as new, elec
tric starter, all new Urea. A bargain.
Klamath Falls Auto Co. 224 Main
FOR SALE Ford speedstor A-l
, condition. Bargain at 8270. Klam
ath Falls Auto Co. 224 Main. 26-30
FOR SALE Modern 4 room house
with bath. Oood bargain If taken
t once. See enrnor at 709 Main Bt
FOR 8ALE 1919 Ford Touring,
four speed transmission seat cov
ers new top, large atearlng wheel.
Demountable rims, good tires, new
paint. A bargain. Klamath Falls Au
to Co. 224 Main 8L 26-30
Ladle Outing Wear in Khaki
Wool Serge, Corduroy and Kamplt
Cloth at K K K Htore. Jtf
FOR SALE A-l paying business.
Forced to quit Snap to right man.
Will trade, what have youT See Dick
6th f Klamath are. 26-29
FOR SALE: 1920 Dort, run less
than 4000 miles In A-l condition.
Will take Ford car In trade. Klam
ath FalU Auto Co.. 224 Main St
WANTED Passengers for Portland
and way points for Monday morn
ing, August 1st. Fare 216.50. Phone
270J or 376W. 26-1
Trucking and storage. Central
Tranafar Storage Co. 15W. 15-31
FOR BALD Cheap. High close
household furniture. On display at
the People' Warehouse, 6th St
and Railroad Ave. May be seen after
1 p. m. each day. 26-28
Blrdseye Maple dresser for sale
cheap, ghono 133W. 26-28
Leave Union Taxi office 8 o'clock
Monday, Wednesday and Friday Mornings
Phone 424-J for reservations Large cam
DOINGS. OF THE DUFFS
THEV BELONG TOTHE
HOTEL BUT VOU HAVE
TO RENT 'EM !
THESE BOATS BELONG
TO THE HOTEL OP DO
FIFTV CENTS AM I 1
-. HOUR i 1
VtX) HAVE TO REMT
r r3m rOil ..-- M WKS
I WANTED by family of 3- a 4 or C
room modern house by August 1st.
Address M. H. lUrald office. 3S-30
LOST Oror a week ago two rings,
ono whlto saphtro and one ruby
ring. Sultablo reward It returned to
Mrs. Marlon Hanks, 733 IMno'St.
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and
Friday ntghts. Terms roasonablo, ap
ply to Dert McDonald. . lltf
Men's Duxbak and Kamplt outing
wear at K K K Store. 3tt
WANTED TO RENT 3 or 4 room
houso or apartment furnished or
unfurnished, must be closo In. No
children. Phono 493R. 28-28
WANTED Qlrl for general house
work. 219 High St. 26-30
FOR RENT Three room furnished
apartment with bath. Also aleoplng
room. 634 N. 8th 8t. Phono 413J.
FOR RENT Furnished
apartment. Phone 273J,
WANTED Woman in wash room.
French Hand Laundrr. 123 N. 4th
Shoo rennlrlnr. hnnnil wnrV hnn.
est prices. Jack Frost, 818 9th.
FOR SALE Ono 5 passongor Dodge,
Price 1500. Klamath Falls Auto
Co. 224 Main. 23-30
FOR SALE Oakland 8lx roadster.
Inquire at Apt. 301 Winters Bid:..
oner & p. m. 22-28
FOR SALE: New Remington type
writer. uargain ir takon at once
Inquire 121 N. 8th St. 22-28
FOR SALE Bed springs, dressora,
rmnre. hentlnar atnY. Hlnlnr aat.
rockers. Bargains. Leaving. 1425
Crescent Ave. 22-29
CITY GARBAGE When yon want
garbage removed, call 10F.8S.
FOR BALE 320 acre land, 80
acrca In timber. In Swan Lake,
south side mile from school
Big house and barn, chicken house
and granery. 160 acres fenced. See
Wbi. Streubel at Poor Farm. 20-30
DRESSMAKING First class work
guaranteed. 3 Main St., Mrs. Jef
Trucking and storage. Central
Transfer & Storage Co. 165W. 15-31
Do your feet trouble you 7 Foot
specialist at your service at K K K
tore. Free examination and advice.
Trucking and storage. Central
Transfer t Storage Co. 165W. 15-31
Saddle horses ana pack horses for
hire to Four Mile lake and Rogue
river points. Phone M. H. Wampler,
Odessa, Ore. 12-30
FOR RENT Stone building, will
make fine restaurant. 1018 Main.
Sse that 6121 Blue sorge Suit at
K K K Store for 136. Written guar
antee with Terr suit for wear and
MAKE THAT IDLE
BATH HOUSE l
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THE EVENING HERALD.
OF BONUS BILL
Herald WnMilnuton lturonu
WASHINGTON. July 28. Sena
tor Stnnflold Is writing portioitntly
to all oz-Roldloni who havo been
fighting for thn Imtnodlatn pntunRO
of tho bonus bill .explaining thn
situation and urging that tho ad
ministration bo given opportunity to
work out Its plans. In thrso letters
Senator Stantleld says:
"That I am In favor of adjusted
compensation for our soldier boys
Is -noil known.
In Knvor of Illll
"Tho principle of adjusted com
pensation is sound and just, and I
hopo at no distant date It will bo
enncted Into law. I shall do all I
ran to bring this about.
Tho secretary of tho treasury on
April 25, 1921, made a statement
to tho chairman of the ways and
means committee of tho house and
on July 3 In reply to an Inquiry
wrote a lotter to Senator Frollng-
hauson In which ho vory forcibly
brought to tho attention of con
gress tho condition of tho fedoral
treasury and tho probablo conse
quenccs to tho country and tho
treasury If tho obligations contem
plated in tho bill undor consid
eration wero added at this time.
"On tho 12th Instant, tho presi
dent In person, delivered a strong,
convincing, courageous and states
manlike mossago to tho sonato, re
citing tho present outstanding fod-
oral obligations, tho widespread In
dustrial depression prevailing and
tho extent to which provision is
being mado for tho disabled and do
"In consideration of this ho re
quested tho senato to dofor action
upon the ponding bill by recommit
ting It to tbo comralttoo on finance
and In doing so added. 'If the sug
gested recommitment of this mea
sure boro tbo merest suggestion of
neglect or hint of national In-
gratitudo I would not urgo It.'
Make Your Tractor Work
Attach it to a
AND INSURE YOUR CROP BEING
THRESHED AT THE PROPER TIME
I THRESHED AT THE PROPER TIME
I A size is built to suit every requirement 1
I aaaaKaw I 7aWPgaaWll
The "Russell" Junior Thresher
with Timken Bearings is the proper slio for your
Fordson, Samson or similar Tractor.
The "Russell" Cyclone Thresher
is built In six sizes for all makes of larger Tractors.
"Russell" Threshers, Tractors, Sawmills
aro tho leaders in their line.
THERE'S A REASON!
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The a. II. Aveiuli, Machinery Co.
Please sond me, without obligation on my part, in
formation relative to a Russell Thresher of proper size for
my Tractor which Is horse power in size.
Tom, Get a Few Quotations
VES. VOU CAW GET A LOCKEW
IKI IT FOR FIVE DOLLARS A
WEEK, PROVIDIN' YOU'RE.
5T0PPIN' AT THE HOTEL.'
"In vlows of those presentations,
the low prlco of farm products
evorywhoro, idlo labor In large
numbers, tho highest taxes In our
history, hugo obligations, public
und private, that must be paid or
refunded mid utso having In mlud
that our own beloved state of
Oregon hna made some provision
for our soldier boys along a simi
lar lino, after vory sorlous thought
and consideration I yielded my do
slro to hantou tha passage of this
bill and deferred by Judgment to
tho prnsldonl'n roquost.
"Tho administration Is entitled
to a fair chanco to work out thn
(treat problems before It and upon
which It has mado remarkable pro
gress since Inauguration.
"In this I feel suro that every
lo)il ex'sotdler will cheerfully con
cur, thin again placing thn welfaro
of his country first In his affec
tions and patiently await tho tlmn
when tho fedoral treasury will be
In a safe and sound condition, tho
Industrial agricultural and commer
cial Interests reorganised, and tho
country as a wholo readjusted to
"I nm Inclosing sonata document
No 48, containing tho president's
message, tho statements of tho
secretary of tho treasury horelnbo-
Complete Line of
For the Coming Sea
son Is Ready for
CHAS. J. CIZEK
518 Main St.
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Hill Hill' llll lll'H I UN k III I I UN JLH
OWNS THAT CHARGE A DOLLAR AW-fif SOME FISH -WHO JLC pm Tl
TENNIS AN HOUR FER, IE OWNS THE. FISH P KeEP EL.. "
COOR.T? PLAVIN OHJH (I ft f .& & FISHr IF VOO CATCH 11
foro referred to, n copy of senate
bill 506, and tha report of tha com
mittee on flniiuct." i
Thomas J. Bannlgan, Hartford.
Conn., succeeds John C Emery a
a vice commander of tho American
Uilon. Emery U'nsw national com
summer milk for
Sis boiled polatoti, 2 lea
spoonfuls butter, I cop of
Carnation Milk, diluted with
Mm amount of water, I xi
tableepoone flour, salt ana
pepper. Cut tho potato
into email equate. Malt the
tiutttr, add tha Carnation
Milk, which hat bean mUed
with water! heat .tha potatoes
in Ihla. Whan hot, atlr in tha
flour, which haa previously
Lean mlxd with little cotJ
Carnation Milk. t Season to
Saaa fer free !U.k ef loQTeet
RmIs. CaraelUn Milk rrWucta
Ca, 2Z Railway Eichae BMf .,
Your Grocer Has Carnation
I Leave Your Filitvs
'More 9 O'clocK-Your
A.M' PiclurflS ane
KLAMATH FALLS OREGON
WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE
BUY THEIR DRUGS
Don't lis deceived on u douhlo loml of
Our wnRons hold 192 cuhlc feet or 1H cords. Measure th
load and ho nuro. Wo Kunrantro 1 Vi cords. Moasurn our wagons.
Iluy of nn established firm nnd bo nuro. Our cheaper wood Is
Tho Poor Man's Wood"
10 cords for $35.00.
A yenr'n supply for two stove.
O. Peyton & Co.
"WOOD TO UUIIN"
419 Main Bt.
Tho United States has nearly one
halt of all tho motion plcturo theaters
In th world.
baked fojusfi fh
Oircon't lli(brr Imtllullon of
lifht Schoolt, Sctealr Dtpulncalt
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Oregon Agricultural College
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