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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 4, 1921)
THURSDAY AUGUST, 4, 1WI,
THE EVENING HERALD, . KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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rDR RENT Nlcolr furnished down
stairs apartment Modern Rent
$17. Call C22 Klamath 'Avo. 3-6
WANTED A housokeopor. Apply
1129 Lincoln. Phono 147-M. n-4
FOR SALE A-l paying business.
Now and secondhand good. Snap
to right man. Must cot nway. Sco
Dick, 6th and Klamath Ato. 3-G
CITY GARBAGE When you wnnt
garbage removed, nil 10F.23.
'Do your feat trouolo you? Foot
specialist at your servlco at K K K
itoro. Froo examination and advice.
Sco that 6121 Blue sorgo Suit at
k k k storo lor I3G. Wrltton guar
antco with ovory ault for woar and
WANTED To leaso, houso of flvo
or alx rooms, modern and unfur
nished. Phono S05-W. 3-5
FOR RENT Furnished G-room
house. Phono J8J-J or call at 521
FOR SALE Model XVI Vlctrola
with records In excellent condl
Hon. Phone 480-J. 3-5
FOR SALE Sovoral fresh cows al
so puro bred Duroc pigs. Win, F,
Jlnnotto, Merrill, Ore. 28-5
Ladles Outing Wear In Khaki
Wool Serge, Corduroy and Kamplt
Cloth at K K K atoro. 3tf
FOR KENT 3 room modern fur
nished house. Call 925 Roso St
FOR SALE Fine cooking and eating
apples at Enterprise Ranch Phono
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and
Friday nights. Terms reasonable, ap
ply to Bert McDonald. IStf
Men's Duxbak and Knmplt outing
wear at K'K K Store. 3tt
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Take out Cellars or Fill U Lota
817 Mortimer St. Phono fi-sl-W
. Look at President Ebert of Qr
rasny amllo ajs he partakes of a stsin'
of beer. Well, who wouldn't ssatlsr
Mnko that Idlo dollar wi'rkl
it In the bank.
FOR SALE 5 tons of cucumbers, all
sties, packed In gallon boxes.
Small slzo $1.60, dill sizes $1.25.
Large size $1.00 per box. Blackber
rles $1.60 per crate from tho grow
er. Send cash and write namo and
address plainly. Orders filled prompt
ly -W. E. Dcerson, Boulevard C. Ash
land, Ore. 3-9
FOR SALE Apples. Delivery will bo
made of purchases over 5 pounds.
Enterprise Ranch. Phono 400-J. 3-6
FOR RENT 2 room furnished apart
ment, szi per mo. Turner opts.
812 Oak St. " 30-4
FOR RENT Nice clean furnished
family, use of pnone and bath. 431
rooms for gentlemen In private
Oak, Phono 229-M. 2-8
Have your chimneys, furnace, and
ranges cleaned. Roof repairing. Wo
guarantee to make no dirt Prices
right Call Fire Dept Phone 47. 2-5
LOST 34x4 H new tiro and rim on
road from Beatty via Dairy. Re
ward If returned to Herald Ottico or
notify Beatty Store, Beatty, Oro. 2-4
FOR SALE OR TRADE Ford bug.
Will take equity in small income
property. Inquire Melby Winters
Jewelry Store. 2-4
Taxi and Transfer. Phone 617. 2-16
FOR RENT Cattle or sheep, 65
acres rich hay and. pasture land.
O. O. Hoaeyhum, Ft. Klamath. 2-8
!A special sale on used machines.
at the Singer Sewing Machine Of
fice, SOS Mala St Hemstitching done.
FOR SALE Bargain. 8-room house
completely furnished, almost new.
Price right Easy terms. Owner. 934
North 9th St. 2-4
NICELY FURNIsnED front room
with bath. Suitable for 1 or 2
gentlemen., 919 Walnut near 9th.
PARTNER WANTED In established
paying business. $500 cash re-
flatted. Apply Box W, Herald. 1-4
FOR SALE! Fulr Blood Poland
China nigs, 3 months old, can be
registered. L. R. Halbrook, Matin.
FOR RENT 4 -room modern house,
Phone 406-M or call at 911 Pros
APARTMENTS, $20 and up. Trans
ient rate, t and up. Nightly rate,
75c Helms Apartments, 1177 Main,
Telephone 376. 1-6
PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISH
W. B. AND J. E. PATTERSON
Phone 196-W. 127 N. 4th St.
FOR SALE OR TRADE 320 acres
land, part In crop, good water,
good roads. Will Neubert. Res. Or
chard Ave. or P. O. Box 517. 30-5
WANTED To hear from owner who
has alfalfa ranch to trado for alkali-free
alfalfa ranch with fine big
pasture adjoining. Might consider
Tula Lake crop to $6,400 equity. 160
acre paid up, water right. Write W.
B. Smith, Bend, Oro. 30-4
FOR SALE Cheap, Ford touring
car, good as new, tOOl Prospect.
HONOLULU. Territory of Hawaii.
Aug. 4. Journnllsts from 40 coun
tries who are, coming to Honolulu
In October to attend tho sessions of
tho Press Congress of tho World,
will find In Hawaii newspapers of a
metropolitan aspect, for. Isolated as
the Islands arc, thousands of miles
from a continental shore, tho trav
elers and residents demand the
highest form of Journalism, and, In
roturn, tho nowspapers furnish their
readers, morning and of tornoon, with
tho news of tho world as well as
that of tho Islands.
Wireless and cable service through
news agencies and special correspon
dents, augumented by the navy de
partment which operates a largo
radio plant here, glvo the world's
news every day. As much as Now
York, or Chicago or San Francisco,
London or Sydney; Paris or Hong
kong, Rome or Tokyo, publish the
world's news, so docs Hawaii. It Is
modern a fair Jump from the day
of the first tiny printing pr6s set
up In Hawaii more than 100 years
ago, following Its long voyage from
Boston around Cape Horn to Hono
lulu In the llttlo brig Thaddeus.
The Press Congress seeks to ex
tend acquaintance. Hawaii will as
semble tho writers of Pan-Pacific
countries to moot tho congress rep
resentatives, and that acquaintance
will at onco bo extended. Thero will
be a wldo range of discussion about
Journalism, tho promotion of news
communication, dissemination of
helpful Ideas in Journalism, tbo ele
vation of Journalistic standards, and
generally thero will bo on enlarge
ment of tho profession of Journalism.
Lord Northcllffo, owner of the
London Times and other leading Eng
llsh dallies, who recently left Lon
don on a tour of the Pacific, may
embark from San Francisco on his
southern Journoy In time to bo pre
sent at the Press Congress sessions.
I'. 8. DEIIT REDUCED
WASHINGTON, Aug. 4. The na
tlonal debt vrng reduced 1205,000,
000 In July. It Is now $23,771,000,
FILZ' HCHOOL OK POPULAR
I hnvo constructod thru yoars of
oxporlonco tho only course that
(eucims you to play tho piano by
NOTE and by BAR In 10 to 20 les
sons. Writ for particulars, 701 11th
St., Klamath Falls, Oro. Phono 307R.
Dr. E. a WlMuurvaw
Dr. P. M. Nod
MUST o TO CHURCH
Olt WORK IU).1)S FOR YEAR
WASHINGTON, N. C. Aug. 4.
Four young men convicted of steal
ing automobiles wcro given tholr
cholco by tho court hero today of
working of) tho county roads for ono
year or nttondlng church regularly
for tho same period.
Klamath Dye Works
OUR CLEANING, PRESSING AND
REPAIRING WILL MAKE IOUB
LOOK LIKE NEW
Good Called for aad Delivered
481 Main Street Klamath FaU.
Klamath Lodgs No. 1S7
L O. O. F.
Meets Friday night or each week at
I. O. O. F. hall, 6th and Main streets
Chas. Newman .. . ..N. 0
W. C. Wells . -V. a.
O. B. Manguo - Bccy.
W. D. Cofer ...-. .Treas.
J. H. Houston C. P.
II. V. Brown 8. W
L. J. MeCIure Scribe
E. J. Mayer Treasurer
Klamath Falls CycUry
We are here to serve yoi, and
aim to serve yon right. Motorcycles
and Bicycles. Parts and Aceasorlea,
Tires and Tubes, that will stand
your inspection, as we carry the
best In our line. Repair shop In
connection with Harley-Davldson
1S10 Mala St Klamath Fall
O. E. KSMARK
DR. J. G. GOBLE
Tho well-known Optician
now located in K. D. Block,
1313 Main. Phone 2II-M.
J. O. CLEGHORN
CIVIL ENGINEER AND
Phone 192J 133 S. Riverside
PELICAN BAY .DUB
Fare 26c each way
Leaves Rex Cafe Leaves Pelican City
7:46 a.m. 8:00 a. at
13:46 p.m. 1:00 p. m.
6:00 p. m. 6:30 p. a.
Reckard Rent Bervtee
KX-8KRV1CE MEN, ATTENTION'
Klamatn Post No. 8,
American Legion moots
at tho City Hall on tho
first and third Tuesdays
of each month.
Ex-service men are Invited to at
tend the meetings.
For membership cards or Informa
tion ex-servlco men are requested to
see or write the following efficers:
J. H. Carnahan, Commander.
Roy N. Foucb, Post Adjutant
For relief of employment see or
write the Chairman of The Relief and
Employment Committee, Francis
Olds, caro Lakeside Lumber company.
GUY GAJWETT, Jfg,
Transient 75 cents up
By Week $4.00
Wi tht latest mem
Dr. LoU C Bridges
Over First State and Savings Bank
Suite 105 Phono lOt-J
Let us make yon a price on dig
ging that basement, or other ex
cavating you contemplate. We also
do team work, of every description.
Let Your GLASS troubles
C E. STUCKEY
RoGlazing and Cabinet
Eleventh and Pine
INTERNAL REVENUE IIUHKAU
LEAKS ARE INVESTIGATED
WASHINGTON, Aug. 4. Investl
gatlon of tho Internal revenue bur
eau was found necessary. Commis
sioner Blair announced today, duo
to alleged leaks In tax Information.
Tho guilty will bo punlshod to tho
limit, he said.
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 4. James
A. Flaherty was unanimously ro-elect-
ed eupremo khlght of the national
council. Knights of Columbus, today.
Klamath Falls Plumb
ing & Heating Co.
1178 MAIN ST. PHONE 548-W
Coe's Auto Service
Hudson, Buick, and
Country Trips a
NEW CITY LAUNDRY
'Tut Your Duds
la Our Suds"
Corner Main and Corner
HAW MILL KNaiNEKRINa A
Designers aad balldere of asod
era saw smtUa, aUalsuf aatU aad
boa alaate. Dredging. Pile driving.
Office Coracr Spring aad Oak
Near 8. P. Depot
DR. & A. MASSEY
Foarta aad Plae ate.
In Warren Hunt Hospital
Off. Phone 417 Res. Paeae SIM
Office Phono 177W Kee 1TTR
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
L. D. Gait, M. D.
EVE, EAR, NOME AND THROAT
Warrea Hunt Hospital Faoae 4ktT
Res. White PeUeaa Hoes. Paoew S
DR. T.C CAMPBELL
FHT8ICIAN AND SOTUWOe!
United Cigar Store
flaa MAIN BTPUIT
IiMBBia Bide;., KlaauUs Valla
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
'Office and Residence
I. O. O. F. Temple
PHYSICIAN AND ftURQSON
Roobu l aad
DR. L. L. TRUAX
WARREN HUNT HOSPITAL
Day Phoae, 4B7 Night Phoae, S
Your Watch Keep
511 Main St.
lUaldoace 405 line MC
OFFICE OVER UNDERWOOD'S
Phone B89-J. Seventh A
aooos or all kinds
our PRICES maiiT
We Buy, Bell and Exchange'.
Cor. Sixth and Klamath Are.
'The Best Insuranco for Every Need'
We can serve you InsurancewUe.
CLARA B. CALKINS,
MOLLIS S. DONKLBON.
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
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