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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 10, 1921)
WBDNEBDAY, AUOC8T 10, 1U91
THE, EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
FOR RENT G-room furnished
houso. Phono 263-J or call G21
Bth 8t. " 0-11
WANTED To buy of owner n four
'or flvo room houso on largo lot or
with vacant lot bestdo. In cJko of
cltr. Nood not bo strictly modern
but comfortable and well built, for
Sept.' 1, Address Oox L. S., Herald
WANTED Young man and mo hor
wishes position on ranch. Mothor
to cook. Doth experienced. Man can
milk. Box M, Hornld Office. 9-10
Have your chimneys, furnaces and
ranges cleaned by expert. Leaky roots
repaired. Wo guarantee to mako no
dirt. Phono -17. 9-12
FOR BALK Astrnkan apples, this
week, at old Drako place, 660 Con
ger Avo. S-10
FOR RENT Dcautltul largo front
room. Private entrance, bath and
phone. 612 N. 9th St. 8-13
FOR SALE One urand now 30-30
Savage rifle and 3 boxes of sholls,
f40. Seo F. Nasor, Holland Hotel.
FOR BALE OR RENT 5-room mod
ern house, furnished. Ono lot on
pavement, good location, both cheap,
also new $55 refrigerator,. $30 Call
491-R. . 8-11
WANTED Sonteono to put up 15o
acres of hay on shares, being cut
and shocked now. Will loaso 'tlw
ranch which Is good dairy ranch.
Inqulro. B. W. Roberts, Poo Valley,
Postofflce. Uonania. 8-10
Bird, Late With
Nesting This Year
BAN BERNARDINO, Cal., Aug. 10.
Southern California's son-resident
birds those, that como and go with
ths cumber aro four months late
In their domestic arrangements this
year, according to Robert D. Her
ron, ornithologist and Will Ls
Niece, egg gatherer, who havo re
turned from an Inspection trip
through bird haunts around San
The Ariidtaa Hooded Oriole, which
usually migrates southward on Aug
ust I, was just laying when the
trip was made In the last few days
of July. The ' Blue Grosbeak was
Beating. The Laxutla Banting and
the Yellow Warbler were weaving
their nests preparatory to hatch
The Cow Bird, who usually sim
plifies parental labors by depositing
eggs in the nests of other birds, was
depositing them in tho Oriole ncats
The Cow Bird usually moves in on
hi friends in April.
Tie Western Fly Catcher was dis
covered in one nest. This species,
the Investigators said,' was usually
through hatching and bound for the
farthest south in April.
Mr. Horron attributed the late
Beating and hatching season to the
cold, stormy weather in April, when
many birds abandoned their nests,
apparently believing .that winter had
MANY BENFAOTIONB IN
WILL OF 8. F. CAPITALIST
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 10. Sov
eral superior judges, a noted actress,
a number of bootblacks and waiters,
relatives, two county officials, cafo
entertainers and two doctors wero
among the 105 beneficiaries under
the wilt of tho lato Joseph Blsagno,
San Francisco land owner and club
Virtually every attendant at
Blsagno's club who had served him
was remembered. Tho beneficiaries
must pay about $10,000 to the state
inheritance tax department. Tho es
tate was valued at about $260,000.
Blsagno died No. 4, 1919.
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
TOM, HAVE YOU
EVER BEEri UP
IN AM AIRPLANE?
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WANTED Lnunory to do nt home
rhono 323-R, or call nt 1236 Look-
out Avo. S-10
FOR SALU :i mnlo Ronts, C mtrntlm
old; I (omnia Roat, 2 yearn old
Inqulro 13. W. Roberts, I'oo Vallo.
I'dstofflco. Ilonnnxa. S-IO
Tnxl and Transfer. Phono G17. 2-15
FOR HUNT Nowly furnished rooms,
GOc a night, $.1 a week nt Hot
Springs Hotel. C-20
FURNITURE for O-room houso for
galo Plno Iocnlon for ro0mlnR
boardlnK ,. A lmrR.,n son
I Main St. 6-1 1
j will tho two young men who called
upon tho operator nt Star theatre
about March 5th, 1921 to leant mov
ing picture operating and electricity
pleaso wrlto Hay (1. Patch, Klamath
Falls, Ore., very Imporlnnt. 5-11
FOR SALE tVcd DodRo Roadster.
Dunham Auto Co. 4-10
FOR SALE Fine cooking and rating expected of It was to rIvo inn
apples at Enturprlso Ranch Phnuo dome temporary relief, and It cer-400-J.
t 3-13 , tnfnl3C liaa been the biggest and
DRESSMAKlNd First clew work.
Mrs. Joffcrson No. 2 Main. (MS
paints, oiks and varnish
w. e. and j. 11. patterson
Phono 19G-W. 127 N. 4th St.
CITY CARNAGE When you want
garbage removed, call lOP-'ja.
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and
Friday nights. Tortus reasonable, ap
ply to Dort McDonald. 12tt
J OREGON BREVITIES I
THE DALLES Twcnty-thrco acres
of standing grain wero burned on
tho A. M. Patlson farm, near Wanilc.
The fire ls believed to bnvo started
from an engine on tho field, a strong
wind fanning tho spark Into blaze
that was soon boyond control. Tho
cngino, water tank and wagons were
saved. Tho loss Is partly covered
LAKEVIEW H. L. Chaudlor, of
lowor Crooked creek, Tuesday
brought In the tint wheat of the
1921 season. Monday ho started his
combined harvestor and the first
cutting averaged 40 bushols to tho
acre. Ho has In about 110 acres
and believes that It will average close
to 60 bushels.
MEDFORD Tho Trlgonla well
crew has a ten-Inch hole down 9G5
feet, having direct reamed 140 feet.
Tho strata passed through which
they aro still In, Is hard compact
lime cemented which entails frequent
sharpening of tbu drilling bits, so as
to keep tho gaugo up to required
size. Tho crew sharpens on an av
crage of four bits a day, whllo ono
bit Is drilling, another Is In the fire.
PORTLAND A movement to abol
ish American Legion Initiation fees
and dues for all dlsublcd veterans of
the late war In hospitals of Oregon
was begun by tho department ex
ccutlvo committee In a session held
SALEM It was estimated that ap
proximately 1000 pickers will boJ
needed In Marlon county to handlo
the hop yield now coming on. 'In
most of tho larger yardB accommo
dations havo boon provided for tho
pickers. As In past seasons, enter
talnmont features will bo arranged
by tho yard managors, and tho pick
ers who remain through tho season
will bo given a slight bonus, It was
said. Tho crop will bo heavier than
ME.Y. CO.NKUIj IN ALASKA
JUNEAU, Alaska Aug. 10. Rodol
pbo Ramirez, first Mexican consul to
Alaska, opened his office horo ro
cently. &zJ .
Look at that gov!
let's vou amd i
go up with him
I ...rA.il II
GAVE UP HOPE
POHTliAND WOMAN FELL OFF
rlioM tno to urn pounds,
mT (SAINS IT ALL HACK
' Pin timer koIiir to say anything
Is liniionslblo again, slnco Tnnlna
1ms restored my health, for whim I
I)orii Inking It 1 didn't bollovo I
would ocr know nnutlior well day,"
snld Mrs. W. F. WIIon, 64 Knst
Twenty-nlntli stroot, Portland, Ore.
"For yearn my RtrengtU had been
gradually wasting mvny, ninl I had
gruwn no thin that I ns hardly
more tlinn n shadow. I barely nto
(mhmikU to keep body nud soul to
gether, nud I 'ft as so run down It
tired mo down to walk oven n few
blccUs None of tho medicines I
tried reached my caso, and as my
comllllou was growing worso every
day I finally garo up hope.
When I began taking Tuulac all
gladdest Hiirprlso of my life tho way
this medlcluo has restored mo to
health and brought back my
HtretiRth. I hnvu a splendid appe
tite; my digestion Is perfect, and I
sleep all night long llko n girl. I
have regained all my lost "Weight,
too. Just think of Itl When I bo
Kan taking Tanlac I only weighed
one hundred and three pounds, und
I now weigh exactly ono hundred
and fifty pounds, which Is my prop
er weight. There's not u doubt In
my mind that Tanl.ics tho best
medicine In tho world." Adv."
I'lUM STARS WILI
LOS ANUELES. Cal.. Aug. 10.
When member of tho Ninety-First
division hold their reunion hero on
September 21 and 25 they will havo
an opportunity to meet tho stars of
an opporiunii) 10 meei uio siars oi
film land and also to seo how tho
movies aro made. Hollywood post,
American Legion, most of tho inom-j
bcrs of which body aro connected
with tho film Industry, Is arranging
for tho appearance of numerous mo
tion picture actors and actresses at
various social affairs connected with
tho reunion, and Is also planning
trips through studio land for the
before yjkr eyes!
Why Worry About Someone Else
GET ME IM OE '
OP THOSE "THIUS5!
- phi fi) isihk isi lijTarartrt farsiaipawpasnaMaiWwa
(lly Kjt. I. Taph.)
Stop, stranger, stop, reflect and pon
der, Our John was bent, l now up yonder
is refined and re -re fined
by a special process, mak-.
ing it a clean-burning
fuel for homo use. Ask
your dealer for PEARL.
Oirton'i tli;l.r Imlilul'jn ol
I'ljM Srlicoh, Scunly Dcpjitirtntt
I Ml. THtM ONrtfsFIT 19. 1WI
lw fnt.lmllNMlhUtalS Rrmliir
Orci:on Ai:riillurnl College
DR. a A. RAMRO
, O. O. F. DmUdtag
Tako out CVIInm or Fill In Lota
317 Mortimer he. Phone flll-W
F1L7.' SCHOOL Ol
I havo constructed thru years of
exporlenco tho only course that
lacnc J0" P'8 no Plno by
NQTn M) ( ,:ar Jn 1Q t(j 20 ,M
i0ng. WrIto for particulars. 701 11th
'St., Klamath Falls, Oro. Phono 3G7R.
Dr. E. G. Wiaecarrtr
Dr. P. M. Noel
Beveeitk aad Mala BtreeM
Klamath Dye Works
OUR CLEANING, PIUCHHINO ANU
HEPAIRINa WILL MAKE YOUR
LOOK LIKE NEW
Goods Called for and Delivered
431 Main Street Klamath Fall
DR. J. G. GOBLE
The -well-known Optician
now locatod in K. D. Block,
1313 Main. Phone 213-M.
EX-SERVICE MEN, ATTENTION'
Klamath Post No. 8,
Amorlcan Legion moets
at tho City Hall on the
first and third Tuosdays
of each month.
Ex-servlco men are Invited to at
tend tho meotlngs.
For membership cards or Informa
tion ex-servlco men aro requested to
soo or wrlto tho following efficers:
J. II. Carnahan, Commander.
Roy N. Foucb, Post Adjutant.
For rellof of employment seo or
wrlto tho Chairman of Tho Relief and
Employment Committee, Francis
Olds, euro Lnko.itdo Lumber com
THERE VilTH HIM
RIGHT NOU ! I
7 W um
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
Officii and Residence
I. O. O. F. Temple
LoomU Hide., Klama rolls
NEW CITY LAUNDRY
"Put Your Duds
In Our Suds"
Corner Main and Confer
Klamath Falls Plumb
ing & Heating Co.
11711 MAIN HT. PHONE 545-W
Coe's Auto Service
Hudson, Buick, and
Country Trips a
United Cigar Store
020 MAIN 8TRKKT
Dr. IU C. Bridge
Orer First State and (Savings Dank
Kiiltn 10C Phono 103-J
Let Your GLASS troubles
C E. STUCKEY
Re-Glazing and Cabintt
Eleventh and Pine
BAW MILL BNaiNKCRINQ A
Dealgncni and builders of mod
era saw mills, pUnlog mllla aad
box plants. Dredging. Pile driving.
Phone 40O-W '
OfUre Corner Hprlng and Oak
Near 8. P. Depot
PRTHICIAN AND SUROBOlf
Rooms 1 aad S
DR. L. L. TRUAX
WARREN HUNT IIOflPITAL
Day Phone. 497 Night Pboae, fl
Your Watch Keep
511 Main St.
VoJD BE TAKIN& AX
iou& LIFE. WOULOrfT
BE WORTH TEM
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Klamath Lodf. No. HI
Meets Friday night of each week at
I. o. O. F. hall, Ith and Mala streets.
Chas. Newman - N. O.
W, O. Wells ...........- V, "
Q. 11. Manguo .....M.M......M. Secy,
W, D. Lofor ...................M...MM'ATess,
J, II. Houston . ...........O, r
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Klamath Falls Cyclery
Wo are hero to serve yon, and
aim to sorvn you right. Motorcycles
and Illryclos, Parts and AeMsories,
Tires and Tubes, that will stand
your Inspection, as we carry the
best In our Una.
Repair shop la
110 Mala Ht. Klamata rails
O. K. niHMARK
t . -u jj u j
J. O, CLKOIIOHN
CIVIL RNQINERR AND
13S 8. Riverside
PKUCAN RAT HUH
Vara I6e each way
i Res Cafe Leaves Pelleaa City
a. m. l:oo a. em.
p. ra. 1:00 p. so.
p. in. 6:10 p. so.
Reckard Reat Serrtea
Let us make you a price oa dlf
glng that basement, or other ei
cavstlng you contemplate. We also
do tosm work of every description.
DR. G. A. MASSEY
roerth aad Plae Bes.
In Wsrren Hunt Hospital
Off. Phone 417 Res. Pboae MM
Office Phone 177W Res 177M
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
Physlrlasi aad Hargeea
Klamath Falls Oreffea
L. D. Gass, M. D.
EYK, EAR, NOSK AND THROAT
Warren Hunt noepltal Paoae 4ST
Res. White Pidlcaa noed. riioao S
DR. T.C CAMPBELL
PHYSICIAN AND HUROHOI
I. O. O. W. aaUdlag
llrelilcnro I'M Pine HU
OFFICi: OVER UNDERWOOD'S
Phone SflO'J. Seventh A Mala
OOODS OF ALL KINDS
OUR PRICES RiailT
Wo Uuy, Soil and Exchange.
Cor. Sixth and Klamath Ave.
'Tho Rest Innuranco for Evory Need'
Wo can sorvo you Insuraneewlse.
CLARA R. CALKINS,
MOLL1B 8. DONEL80N.
WELL, I VMI5H I
WAS UP THERE
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