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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 29, 1921)
KIUDAY,, JULY 20, 1021
ROOMS FOR RKNT BOe up. AH
rooms nro clfnn outnldo roontft In
cluding bath. Home lloomlnj; House,
920 Klamath nve. Iast house on
right hand bIiIo of Klamath avo.
It tho tongues of shoes could Inlk
they would aural) speak our praise.
Tho Kvans Shoo Co. 2S-30
FOIl SALE Sorcrnl fresh cows al
so puro bred Duroe pips. Win. P.
Jlnnotte, Merrill, Ore. 2S-G
FOR 8AI.K Inrpo wall trunk and
ono steamer trunk. 1425 Crescent.
FOR SAI.1J 4 month, old Alrdolo
pup. Call Stlnson Studio. 2S-30
Wo tako off French heels and put
on military or cuban heels at
Tho Kvans 8hoo Co's Repair Dcp't.
FOR SALE Hudson Super-six, ab
solutely tho best bargain you will
find, prlco $950.00. Address Fred L.
Colvlx. 525 South Central Ave., Moa
ford, Oregon. 2S-1'
Have thoso old shoes repaired for
tho camping trip at tho Evans Shoo
Co. Repair Shop. 28-30
"Don't wear run down heels and
spoil the looks of your feet. Have
them repaired at the
Evans Shoo Co's Repair Dcp't.
FOR SALE Remington Junior, ex
cellent tor Commercial Traveler or
tourist. Good condition 140.00. Also
Remington No. 10, good condition,
$50.00. L. D. Hague, 208 Wllllts
Will buy a Ford for cash. Must bo
a bargain. Dox J. S. Herald office.
Buckhccht Indian Tan Army gnoc-j
for boys glvo miles of service. Evans
Shoe Co. 28-30
WANTED Cooking on ranch or In
small camp. Mrs. J. Kellogg, 133 .V.
10th. Tel. 448W. 2S-1
Dressmaking, reasonable prices,
C27 Klamath Ave. Phone 461. 28-3
WANTED Real live wire solicitor
for Klamath Falls and 'vicinity.
Good proposition to hustler. Address
J. C. Cones, Mcdford, Ore.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front
room, bath And phone. 512 N. 9th
FOR SALE Nearly new white not
ary Sewing machine. Reasonable
Call at 725 High. 27-29.
LOST Man's ring, set with three
garnet".. Keepsake. Reward If re
turned to Herald office. 27-30
FOR SALE OR TRADE For auto-
mobile, six room house, large lot. 301
High St. Phone 458R. 27-30
FOR RENT Furnished 5 room
house; bath, Call at 621 Fifth, or
rnone ZG3J. 27-29
FOR RENT Sleeping
bath, 1154 Pine St.
Due to the arrival of her brothers
remains from France for burial, Dr.
Lois C. Bridges will not return to
town until August 8th on which
date she will be ready to receive both
old and new patients at ber office
over the First State and Savings
FOR SALE 1-1920 B pass. Ford,
A-l condition, same as new, elec
tric starter, all new, tires. A bargain.
Klamath Falls Auto Co. 224 Main
ii i n .
FOR SALE) Ford speedster A-i
condition. Bargain at $270. Klam
ath Falls Auto Co. 224 Mnln. 26-30
FOR SALE 1919 Ford Touring,
four speed transmission scat cov
ert new top, large stearlng wheel,
Demountable rims, good tires, new
paint. A bargain. Klamath Falls Au
to Co. 224 Main St. 26-30
Ladles Outing Wear in Khaki
Wool Serge, Corduroy and Kampit
Cloth at K K K Store. 3tf
FOR SALE A-l paying business.
Forced to quit. Snap to right man.
Will trade, what have you? Seo Dick
th'ft KJamath ave. 26-29
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
TDM. YOU KNOW I HAVENT ,
MUCH USE FOR. SAILBOATS!
I'D RATHER NOT , &
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FOR SALE 1930 Dort. ruu less
than 4000 mllos In A-l condition
Will tako Ford car In trade Klam
ath Falls Auto Co., 224 Main St.
FOR SALE Modern 4 room houso
with bath. Good bargain It taken
at once. Seo owner ht 709 Main St.
WANTED PassonRors for Portland
and way points for Monday morn
ing, August 1st. Faro 116,50. Phono
270J or 276W. 2G-1
Trucking nnd etojage. Central
Trnnsfor & Storago Co. 155W, 15-31
nirilnnVA Mfttiln ilrpfunr for snln
cheap Thono 133W. 26-2S
WANTED by family of 3 a 4 or 5
room modern houso by August 1st.
Address M. II. Herald oftlco. 25-30
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and
Friday nights. Terms reasonable, ap
ply to Bert McDonald. 12tf
Men's Duxbak and Kaniptt outing
wear at K K K Store. 3tt
WANTED Girl for general houso-
work. 219 High St. 2C-30
Shoo repairing, honest work, hon
est prices. Jack Frost, 818 9th.
FOR SALE One 5 passenger Dodge,
Prlco $500. Klamath Falls Auto
Co. 224 Main. 23-30
FOR SALE Bed springs, dressers,
range, heating store, dining set,
rockers. Bargains. Leaving. 1425
Crescent Avo. 22-29
CITY GARBAGE When you want
garbage removed, call 10F.S3.
FOR SALE 320 acres land. 80
acres in timber. In Swan Lake,
south side '4 mllo from school
ing houso and barn, chicken houso
and granery. 160 acres fenced. Seo
Wm. Streubol at Poor Farm. 20-30
DRESSMAKINO First class work
guaranteed. 2 Main St., Mrs. Jef
Trucking and storage. Central
Transfer & Storago Co. 155W. 15-31
Do your feet trouble youT Foot
specialist at your aervico at K K K
store. Freo examination and advice.
Trucking and storage. Central
Transfer & Storago Co. 155W. 16-31
Saddle horses ana pack horses for
hlro to Four Mllo lake and Roguo
river points. Phone M. H. Wampler.
Odessa, Ore. 12-30
FOR RENT Stone building, will
make fine restaurant. 1018 Main.
So that 6121 Blue serge Suit at
IC K K Store for $35. Written guar
antee with every suit for wear and
No. 1,-UIO Equity
IX THE CIRCUIT COURT IX AXI)
FOR THE COUNTY OK KLAM
ATH, AXI STATE OF OKKGOX
Charles H. Blackman. Plaintiff, vs.
Mildred Blackman, Defendant.
TO MILDRED BLACKMAN: De
fendant: IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed
against you. In the above entitled
suit, on or boforo Saturday the 10th
day of September, 1921, and for fail
ure to appear and answer for want
thereof, plaintiff will take Judgment
and decree against you as follews:
1. That the bonds of matrimony
now existing between plaintiff and
defendant bo dissolved, on the
grounds of cruel and Inhuman treat
ment, and further on the grounds of
2. That the plaintiff have such
further and other relief as to eaultr
and good conscience may appertain
and as to tho Court may seem meet.
September lOtn. 1921. Is the last
day of the time prescribed In the ord
er for publication of this Summons,
in wnicn you -may appear and answ
er said Complaint, the first publi
cation thereof being July 29tb. 1921,
and tho last publication being Sep
tember 9tb, 1921.
This summons Ib served by publi
cation, by order of tho Honorable D.
V. Kuykendall, Judgo of tho Circuit
Court of the State 'of Oregon for
NOW. WHAT ARE. WE GOING
TO DO? THE BREEZE HAS
GONe DOWN AND WE'RE ,
TWO MILES FROM SHORE 5
I DIDN'T WANT TO
IN THE FIRST PLACE!
THE EVENING HERALD,
Rents Show Trend
Estate in Demand
Interest In real estate circles lun
picked up to un npprcclablo uxtont
this week according tn E. M. Chllcoto
nnd R. IX Smith, both dealorn he to.
Moro Inquiries lutvo been mndo this
week, according to Mr. Chllcotv, than
hnvo been mudo'for two mouths here
tofore. And contrary to tho gunornl
opinion thero nro not many vacant
houses tor rent In tho city at this
time. In tact dealers say Hint tlioy
have very few If any modern close-In
houses for rent at tho presont time.
Since tho first of May, nt which
time tho lumber companies went on a
cash basis, tho sale of vacant lots has
fallen away from n fairly good mark
et to almost no sales at nil.
Although tho majority of landlords
nro maintaining their high wnr time
rents n fow have begun to drop their
rent charges $5 n month or moro.
And tltoo Is bound to bo n notlreablo
drop all round bctoro very long, Mr,
Chllcoto liel lores.
U. S, Ships Unfairly
Treated by Britain
LONDON. July 29. The United
States shipping board dollrored an
ultimatum to tho British shipping
linos yestorday, that unless Its ships
arc accorded fair treatment In con
tracts for tho transportation of cot
ton from Alexandria, Egypt, tp Great
Britain and tho United1 States, tho
board will dcclaro an open markot and
will haul anything, nnywhero, nt any
Tho board alto threatened to In
voke tho provisions ot tho Jones
shipping bill, prohibiting vessels own
ed by unfair competitors from enter
ing United States ports.
WAKE THAT IDLE
Klamath County, dated July 27th,
1921, which order rcqulrod that sum
mons bo published onco a week tor
six successive weeks (seven Inser
tions), tho first publication being
July 29th, 1921.
W. H. A. RENNER,
Plaintiff's attorney, whoso office
and postottlce address Is Klam
ath Falls, Klamath County, Oro
The Hibernia Savings and Loan
Market, McAllister and Jones Sts. SAN FRANCISCO,
Assets . .. ..
NUMBER OF DEPOSITORS 78,982
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HOW 01 D I KNOW
THE WIND WAS
GOING TO DIE!
IT DIDN'T LOOK
SICK WHEN WE
I'LL ROW- BACK!
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SACRED HEART ACADEMY
It . . i T 1
Is ii boarding nnd dny school con
ducted liy tho Sisters ot Charity nt
Niuaruth, Kentucky, nnd moots nil
tho roiiulromonts ot tho Oregon
school regulations. All grammar
nnd high school grndoi nro taught,
the student being required to bring
n report from tho school last at
tended. Non-residents may avail them
selves ot tho boarding department
of this Institution, where tbolr
children will bo under the care
ful supervision ot tho sisters, and
whero everything for tholr welfaro
will be dona. Applications will be
ncrepteil In tho order of tholr re
Tuition. Day Scholars, per
Board and Tuition, pur
Munth . .
llo)s up to 14 years will bo takoa
Girls up to IS, or until tho com
pletion of their high school course.
Students aro accepted for tho day
school without ur, restrictions nnd
may remain until tho completion ot
their high school course, receiving the
same careful nttontlon and thor
ough training as tho hoarders.
8ACRKD. HEART ACADEMY, r
KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON.
AVERAGE AMOUNT OF DEPOSIT $926.85
"BANKING BY MAIL".
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