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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 30, 1921)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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FOR BALE Cheap, Ford touring
oar, good 01 now, 1001 Prospect.
(WANTED TO TRADE A Dodge
touring body. A-l condition, for road
ster body. I'hono 257. 29-1
FOR RENT Furnished
apartmont. Phono 273J.
Nlcoly furnished 3 room
mtnts, 125.00 and $30.00 per month,
, unrurnlsbed Apartments, fso.uu,
.$35.00 and $30.00.
Nearly now building, plastered,
clean, nil Vcreened, coment walks,
nloo lawn, all outsldo rooms,
i No children
Now rates effective Auk. lt. water
St. Francis Apnrlmcnts
028 Oak Street
Mrs Myrtle Andcrxon, Apt. n
FOR SALE Inrge stock of 30 by
I SH and 30 x 3 plain clincher
i wheels. Klamath Falls Auto Co.
IFOR BALE For ono half price.
1921 Ford truck. Nearly now, Reed
hape. Phone 435. 29-3
iTOR 8ALE Wicker baby bugy and
sewing machine 406 riuo. Tel
FOR SALE Housohold furniture,
ran, stores, beds, etc., Phono
ItVANTED at Crater Lake. Ore. 2
tone .masons. Wrlto F. P. Salter,
Crater Lake, Oro., for Information
and transportation. 29-3
FOR SALE 5 room houso and lot
80 x 110. $1,000 quick sale. K. E.
Smith, 1512 Lookout Avo. 29-30
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ROOMS FOR RENT 50c up. All
rooms are clean outsldo rooms in
cluding; bath. Home Rooming House,
10 Klamath aro. Last house on
tight hand side of Klamath nve.
If the tongues of shoes could talk
ley would surely speak our praise.
' The Erans Shoo Co. 28-30
FOR BALE Sovoral fresh cows al
so pure bred Duroc pigs. Wm. F.
Jlanatte. Merrill. Ore. 28-5
FOR SALE Largo wall trunk and
' on steamer trunk. 142G Crescent.
FOR SALS 4 month old
' pup. Call Stlnson Studio.
,We take off French heols and put
a military or cuban heels at
The Erans Shoe Co's Repair Dep't.
FOR SALE Hudson Super-six, ab
solutely the best bargain you will
find, price $950.00. Address Fred L.
Colrlg. 525 South Central Are., Med
ford, Oregon. 28-1
Hare those old shoes repaired for
the camping trip at the Evans Shoo
5o. Repair Shop. , 2S-30
Don't wear run down heels and
spoil the looks of your feet. Havo
them repaired at the
Erans Shoe Co's Repair Dep't.
FOR' SALE Remington Junior, ex
cellent for Commercial Traveler or
tourist. Good condition $40.00. Also
Remington No. 10, good condition,
$60.00. L. D. Hague, 208 Wllllts
Backbecht Indian Tan Army snoou
for boys give miles of service. Evans
Shoe Co. 28-30
WANTED Cooking on ranch or In
small camp. Mrs. J. Kellogg, 133 N.
JOth. Tel. 448W. 28-1
Dressmaking, reasonablo prices,
juamnm Are. rnone 401. ;-j'
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front
room, bath and phono. 512 N. 9th
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turned to Herald office. 27-30
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
COME ON OLIVIA,
IT ISN'T COVO .
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FOR SALE OH TRADE For nlito
mobile, six room house, largo lot. 301
HlKli St. I'hono ICSIt. 27-30
FOR SALE 1-1920 C pass. Ford,
A-l condition, samo as now, olec-
trlo startor, alt now tires. A bargain.
Klamath Falls Auto Co. 224 Main
FOR SALK Ford speodstor--A-t
condition, Hargaln nt $270. Klam
ath Falls Auto Co. 224 Main. 26-30
FOR SALE 1910 Ford TourltiR.
four speed transmission scat cov
ers new top, largo Moarltig wheel,
Dcmountablo rims, pood tires, new
paint. A bargain. Klamnth Falls Au
to Co. 224 Main St. 26-30
Ladles Outlnc Wear In Khnkl
Wool Serge. Corduroy and Knmnlt
Cloth nt K K K Store.
FOR SALE 1920 Dort. run less
than 4000 miles In A-l condition.
Will tako Ford car In trade. Klam
ath Falls Auto Co., 224 Main St.
FOR SALK .Modern 4 room houso
with bath, (Jood bargain If taken
nt onco. Seo ok nor nt 709 Main St.
WANTED Passengers for Portland
nnd way points for Monday morn
ing, August 1st. Fnro fl6.50. Phono
270J or27CW. 26-1
Trucking nnd storage. Central
Transfor Storage Co. 155W. 15-31
WANTED by family of 3 a 4 or 5
room modern houso by August 1st.
Address M. H. Herald office. 25-30
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday nnd
Friday nights. Terms reasonable ap
ply to Bert McDonald. 12tt
Men's Duxbak and Kamplt outing
wear at K K K Storo. 3tt
WANTED Girl for general
work. 219 High St.
Shoo repairing, honest work, hon'
est prlees. Jack Frost, 81S 9th.
FOR SALE Ono 5 passenger Dodge,
Prlco $500. Klamath Falls Auto
Co. 224 Main. 23-30
CITY GAHHAOE When you want
garbage removed, call 101V.21.
FOR SALE 320 acres land, SO
acres In timber. In Swan Lake,
south side M mllo from school
Dig houso and barn, chicken houso
nnd granery. 1G0 acres fenced. Sco
Wm. Strcubel at Poor Farm. 20-30
DRESSMAKING First class work
guaranteed. 2 Main St., Mrs. Jef
Trucking and storage. Central
Transfor & Storage Co. 1G5W. 15-31
Do your feet troubio you? Foot
specialist at your sorrlce nt K K K
store. Free examination and advice.
Trucking nnd storage. Central
Transfer & Storago Co. 155W. 15-31
Saddlo horses nna pack horses for
hlro to Four Mllo lako and Roguo i
rlvor points. Phono M. H. Wampler, 1
uacssa, uro. 12-30
FOR RENT Stono building, will
mako flno restaurant. 1018 Main.
Seo that 6121 Dluo serge Suit nt
K K K Storo for $35. Written guar
antee with every suit for wear and
AT THE CHURCHES
No changes will bo mado In this
column unless tho copy Is at Tho
Evening Herald offlco by 5 o'clock
SACRED HEART CHURCH, cor. of
J Eighth and High, Rov. Hugh J. Mar
shall. Hov. J. V. Molloy.
1st Mass at 6:30
2nd Mass and Ronedlctlon at 9:30.
No ovcnlng services.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE society of
; Klamath Falls hold services in tho
!" Llb bu,Id,nB'
I corner of Third nnd Main streets,
$$$ I ONE OF THE -mi
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Invnrv Ritnrinv tiinriiltic nt 11 o'clock
and ovory Wednesday ovonlng nt 8
Tho Sunday school session Is from
9: 15 to 10:45 ovory Sunday morn
ing. Tlio Riibjoct for Sunday Is:
Tho freo rendltiK room nnd troo
lending llhrnry Is opon from 2:30 to
Evening sorvlcon, 11. Y. P, U, 7
4:30 on Tuesdays, Thursdays nnd
FIRST H.UTI8T CHURCH, corner
Washington nnd Eighth.
S. S. 10 a, m. Sermon tl n, m. by
pastor. Evening sorvlco. 11. Y. P. U.,
7 p. in.; Sermon 8 p. in. Wednesday
evening Prayer mooting S p. m.:
Thursday, Women's Missionary Soci
ety meets with Mrs. HusMiy, 9.10
Ninth St. nt 3 p. in. A. F. Slmmoint,
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ll',,,u nlul M'K"' ll,,Vt s- J- t'Tianey,
pastor, 1005 High St., Phono 537-W.
EMMANUEL IIAITIST.. Church
Eleventh nnd High streets, Rev. J.
II. Dickson, pastor; High St.; Phono
Itlbln school nt iO n. in., lloulah
Jnrvl Superintendent. Classes for nil
Morning worship nt 1 1 u. m. with
prenchlng by tho pastor, subject
"Jnnah tho Knocker." Union sor-
Illble study and prayer meeting
Thursday evening nt 8 p. m.
.FIRST I'RESUYTEKIAX CHURCH'
corner Sixth and Pine streets. Hov.
Arthur Rice, minister,
CHRISTIAN CHfHCIl, corner 9th
nnd Pine streots, C. F. Trlmblo, pas
tor, 2107 Wantland Ave. Phono
Alaskan Wood for
Pulp Sold by Gov't.
Herald Wellington llurenii
WASHINGTON, July 30. Ono mil
lion cords of pulpwood on tho Ton
gnss national forest, Alaska, has just
been sold by tho forest servlco of tho
United States department of agricul
ture to tho Alasknn-Amorlcnn Paper
corporation. Tho timber Is located
along tho east shoro of the Ileum
canal, Rerilllglgedo Island, .about
thirty-two miles from Ketchikan, tho I
largest city In tho territory. I
Tho contract prlco of tho timber
was CO cents per 100 cubic feet for
spruco and cedar, nnd 30 cents per
100 cubic feet for all other species.
Tho sale area covers 45,000 acres and
extends for flfty-flvo miles along tho
coast. Twenty per cent of tho forest
is spruce, 66 per cent hemlock and 14
per cent Alaska and Western red ced
ar. A conditional award has been mado
by tho forest sorvlco to tho company,
ponding approval by tho federal pow
er commission, of their application
for a hydro-electric powor license.
Tho timber silo contract covors nn
Initial period of thirty-two years, or
Tho prlco of tho stumpagu will bo
redetermined nnd fixed by tho feder-
Don't bo deceived on a doublo load of
Our wagons bold 192 cubic feet or 1U cords. Moasuro tho
load and bo sure Wo guarantee. 1 cords. Mcasuro our wagons,
Iluy of an established firm and bo suro. Our choapor wood Is
"Tho Poor .Man's Wood"
10 cords for $35.00.
A year's nupply for two doves.
O. Peyton & Co.
419 Main St.
The Laugh Isn't on Olivia
nl government In 1928, and every five
years thereafter, Cutting must begin
by October 1, 1923, thus allowing
flvo years for organization nnd con
struction of Improvements.
Tho contract also requires tho es
tablishment of a pulp mill of not less
than twonty-flvo tons capacity by Oc
tober 1, 1926. A yearly cut of from
2,500,000 to 3,000,000 cubic feel Is
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SACRED HEART ACADEMY
Is n boarding nnd day nrhnol con
ducted by tho Sinters of Charity of
Nnznroth, Kentucky, and moots nil
the, requirements of tho Oregon
hcIiooI regulations, All grammar
and high school grade aro taught,
tho Htudont being required to bring
n report from tho school last at
tended, Non-residents tuny nvnlt thorn
solves of tho boarding department
of th Li Institution, wlioro their
children will bo under the care
ful supervision of tho sisters, and
whoro everything for their welfare
will bo done. Applications will bo
accepted lu tho order of their re
Tuition, Day Scholars, per
month .. . $ 3.00
Hoard nnd Tuition, per
Mouth . . $30.00
Hoys up to 14 years will bu tnkon
Ulrls up to 18, or until tho com
pletion .of their high sellout caurno.
Students aro accepted for tho day
school without ago restrictions and
may remain until the completion of
their high school course, receiving the
sniuu careful attention nnd thor
ough training ns tho boarders.
SACKED HEART ACADEMY,
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON.
Zena dale, writer of many popular
novels, has been appointed a member
of the Wisconsin Freo Library Com
mission. ! I. 1
the ideal method
Electrically equipped kitchens hold
no terrors for the housewife. They
arc cool, cozy, and comfortable in
the summer. They eliminate the
drudgery, the grime and the nerve
racking tension caused by wood
stoves. The expense is surprising
ly low. Let us tell you about it.
Let us be your servant?'
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Denial iiiirnliig is a comparatively
now vocation for women and glrN,
and ono ! v. -tl t tin demand Is
greater than tho supply.
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