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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 15, 1921)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
FOR BALE Good paring buitnoss
tor man and wife. P. O. Dox G42.
FOR SALE Dodge ear, first class
mechanical condition. Inqulro lis?
FOR BALB 1 ton truck and other
ear,' Wlu trade, what havo.you?
a Dick. th and Klamath Ave.
WANTED 2 ton truclcl Will trndo
Dodge and pay difference. Soo
DUk, eth and Klamath Ave. 13-1G
FOU"-EJATCM A-l paying business,
New and Second Ilaad goods. night
Bam snap. Must sell. Boo Dick 8th
and Klamath Ave. 13-15
The Tamer Apartments, 812 Oak St.
3 room furnished apartments with
wood, light and water, 125.00; Single
$18.00. W hare a new housekeopor.
Com and Investigate. 13-19
FURNITURE FOR SALE For 4
room house. 1150, also house for
rant Phono 353W, 280 N. 9th St.
. . 13-18
WANTED Painters Two good roof
and scaffold men apply at once.
B. O. Tuthlll, Dorrlt, Calif. 13-19
FOR RENT Sleeping room with
hath for one or two. 1160 Pine.
FOR BALE A leather, bed Daren
port. Inquire Room 203, Winters
DRESSMAKING First claw work.
Mr. Jefferson No. 2 Main, f-18
FOR ID RMN
PORTLAND, Aug. 15 R.
Weyh. lecturer for the Union Pacific
ajyateaa waa mistaken for a wild man
near Crater lake a few day ago. Mr.
Weyh took many picture of the
lake and Its surroundings and he
lo swapped wild flowers. Thore
had bee a o-eailed wild .man in
Ik neighborhood of the lake for
Tral day. It developed later that
the wUd man, emaciated and arm
ed with rerolrer, waa suffering
from appendicitis, and was taken to
hoeeltal at Klamath Falls. How-
Tr, when Mr. Weyh waa at the
laka th stranger had not been cap-
tared. With his camera Mr. Weyh
wandered to cow camp where a
woman saw blm approaching and
picked nps butcher knife. He
asked the direction of a awamp,
where he said he was told he coald
find wild flowers. The woman di
rected him but still kept the knlfo
exposed. After photographing the
flower, Mr. Weyh returned to the
hotel, where he learned that the
wild man had appeared at the cow
eemp, crazy as a loon, for the con-
lacing proof of Insanity was that
demented creature waa taking
picture of wild flowers, and no
one bit a crazy man would, do a
thing like that Yesterday forenoon
Mr. Weyh gathered photos on the
ColambI rtrer highway. i
Tide i$ Turned
NEW TORK, "Aug. 16. Prelim!
nary returns on July building indi
cate that the long-expected expan
sion of th building industry Is closo
at hand, Brsdstreeta announced to-
Reports from 147 cities, It was
stated showed that the value of
structures for which permits were
granted In that month were $141,
88,015, gain of 32.6 per cent
over July year ago and 4.2 per
cent In excess of the total In the
erne cities in June this year. Tho
report said the July aggregate will
t least be the sixth largest In the
last 1C years,
DOINGS Or tHE DUFFS"
HAVING A FINE TIME I UP TO VOOB aPWWWPWBB
AREN'T VOO? MCLL. VOU I ROOM AHO STAY F8 ' ? ' 1
SET RIGHT UPTO 1 I T4EREl ,-J
FUimrrtmn for sale, ioic itoso
FOR, BALK Pasture and hay, good
fattening grass, sufficient tor 300
head of cattle also 200 tons mlxoil
rej top timothy and wild hay. Ap
ply Mrs. Cantrnll, Shlpplngton,
phono 3GC or Dr. Uaddls, Knglo
Rldgo Tavern. 11-22
Taxi and Transfor. I'hono E17. 2-16
WANTED To bur of owner a four
or flro room bouse on largo lot or
with vacant lot besldo. In edgo of
cltr. Need not bo strictly modern
but comfortable, and welt built, for
Sept. 1, Address Dox U 8., Herald
Office. 9-1 G
FOR RENT N'owly furnlehod rooms.
60c a night, $3 wcok at Hot
Springs Hotol. C-20
PAINTS, OILS AND VAllMSH
W. E. AND J. E. PATTERSON
Phono 138-W; 127 N. 4th St.
i FOR RENT
Monday, Tuosday, Thursday and
Friday nights. Terms reasonable ap
ply to Bort McDonald. 12tt
CITY GARBAGE When you want
garbage removed, call 10K.23.
LOST On the road to Olene. One
handbag with Singer Sewing Ma
chine Co. receipt book, lease book,
etc Finder please leave samo nt
Singer Sowing Machine offlco, 208
Main St. and receive reward. 12-18
Make that lfflo dollar work!
It In thn bank.
COUNTV TREASURER GLAD
HE'S A GRANDFATHER
The reason for Klpp Van Rlpor's
big smile was explained this morn
ing when he announced that ho was
I "a grandfather and wanted tho
(world to know it." Clarcnco Klpp
(Richardson was -born Friday to Mr.
and Mrs. Richardson, of Phoenix,
Arizona, at tho homo of Mr. and
Mrs. Van Riper horo. Tho baby
weighed 10 pounds and according
to Dr. George I. Wright both moth
er and baby aro getting along fine.
Mrs. Richardson was Miss Jose
phine Van Riper beforo her mar
riage. Medford Oil Co. .
Drilling 25 ft. Dmy
During the past week, tho Trl
gonla well was direct reamed 150
feet, making a total of 330 feet re-
drllled from 8 to 10-inch diameter.
Some delay was caused by having
some repairs to make on the band
wheel shaft. Everything Is now In
good working order, and the crows
are making about 25 foot per day,
which will get to the bottom soon.
Considerable gas Is In evldonce when
water is sttrrod by balling. Med
YOU ARE THE JURY
Hear the Testimony of Klamath Falls
People ana Decide the Cace
Doan'a Kidney Pills are on trial
are being tried every day for weak
moneys lor exhausting kidney back
aches. What la the verdict? Read
Klamath Falls testimony personal
experiences of Klamath Falls wit
nesses. There can bo only one ver-
aici a chorus of aDDroval.
Henry Smith, carpenter, 106 Main
til., mamatn Fails, says: "I bavo
used Doan's Kidney Pills off and on
for at long time and ,bavo always
found them to be a reliable kidney
remedy. My back ached and pained
at times and I had a soreness just
over my kidneys. My kidneys didn't
act right, either. Doan's Kidney
Pills always relieved the trouble; the
backachea left and my kidneys wore
put in good order."
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan'a Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. Smith had. Foster-MUburn Co..
Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
The recent 1000 mile Nevada
desert automobile raco was man
aged by a woman, Mrs. Cannon
Jewott Wllklo of Reno. Mrs. Wll-
klo Is secretary of the Nevada high
NOTICU 1NV1TINO BIDS.
Bids will bo recched by the Com
mon Council up to and Including
Monday August 23, 1921, at tlio hour
of 8 o'clock I1. M. for thu repair of
Sixth stroot from Klnlock Ayoiiuo to
the Unllrond croBilntt on Sixth stroet,
Tho ropalrH 'to bo mmlo consist In
scarlfylug, knuMiik and rollliiK tho
present wurftico. luylng ilmlns, lustnl
ling cntch-b.tHlna and tnstnlllux
pumps, nil In nccordtmcu with plans
ami specifications of tho city en
glnoor, on file In his offlco and In tho
offlco of tho Pollen JiuIko. Illds
to bo nccompnntod with a vortltluil
chock for C per cent of tho amount
of tho bid. Tho Common Council
rosorvos tho right to reject any and
A. I.. LHAVITT,
A-13-22 Pollen Judge.
Orrccn'i llij'jcr Inslllulion ct
I'icht School; Seventy Urpirlmrnli
FALL TFUM OPUSa SFIT. IV, IMI
tor i.irwtnuiii tu U lit Rrttttru
Oregon ABrictilJiir.il College
Bchoool District No. A vrlll rooolvo
scaled bids up to Monday, August IS,
at 3 o'clock, from contractors, tor
tho erection of an uiTifltlon to tho
Shtppluton School. All bids, must
bo accompanied by either a certified
check for 5 per cent of Amount of
bid or a bidders' bond for G per
cent nmount of bid. Address bids to
Ida B. Momycr, Clerk.
IDA B. MOMYER,
11-13 Clerk Dlst. No. 1
PELICAN BAY BUS
Fare 2 So each way
Leave Rex Cafo Leaves Pelican City
7:45 a.m. 8:00 a.m.
12:45 p. m. 1:00 p. m.
6:00 p. m. . 6:30 p. m.
Reckard Rent Service
'Klamath Falls Cyclery
We aro horo to serve you, and
aim to servo you right. Motorcycles
and Blrycloa, Parts and Acotsorles.
Tires and Tubes, that will stand
your inspection, as wo carry the
best in our lino. Repair shop In
connection -Ith Harloy-Davldson
1B10 Main .St. KUmnth FalU
C. E. DIHMARK
Coe9 Auto Service
Hudson, Buick, and
Country Trips a
United Cigar Store
620 SLUN STREET
NEW CITY LAUNDRY
'Tut Your Duds
In Our Suds"
Corner Mnln and Conger
Loomis Bldg Klama'h VaUa
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
Office and Residence
I. O. O. P. Temple
IIUNBANDH AIIE AN AXTVUh CAR
DR. O, A. RAMSO
i. o. o. r.
J. O. CLKCMOHN
CIVIL ENGINEER AND '
Phone 1IJ 111 S. -Riverside
Klamath Lodge No. 3.?
I. O. O. F.
Moots Friday night of each week at
I. O. O. F. hall, 5th and Main streets
Chns. Newman ...... ....N. O,
W. C. Wells V. O.
O. B. Mangup ................Hccy.
W. D. Coter ...........-...-.........Troas.
II. V. Brown C. P.
J. V Browbakcr. 8. W.
L. J. Meciur ,-, ..,,, ...flfrlb
Nnto Ottcrbeln ..... ...... Treasurer
L. D. Gast, M. D.
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND. THROAT
Warren Hunt Hospital Phoae 497
Ilea. White Pelican Head. Psoas B
Klamath Falls Plumb
ing & Heating Co.
1173 MAIN ST. PnONB B48-W
Take out Cellar or Fill la Lota
H17 Mortimer Bt. Phone S4I-W
1'ILZ' SCHOOL OP POPULAR
I have constructed thro years of
experience the only course that
teaches you to play tho piano by
NOTE and by EAR In 10 to 20 les
sons. Write for particulars, 701 11th
St., Klamath Falls, Ore. Phone 87R.
Dr. E. G. Wtsacarrar
Dr. P. M NtMl
Klamath Dye Works
OCR CLEANING, P&K8SINO AJTU
RCPAIlttN'O WILL UAKB XOCB
LOOK LIKE NEW
Good Called for and Delivered
481 Mala Street Klamath Vmlls
DR. J. G. GOBLE
The well-known Optician
now located in K. D. Block,
1313 Main. Phone 3II-M.
EX-SERVICB MEN. ATTENTION '
Klamath Post No. 8,
Amorlcan Legion meets
at tho City Hall on the
first and third Tuesdays
of each month.
Ex-service men aro invited to at
tend the meetlnga.
For membership cards or Informa
tion oz-servlce men are requested to
see or, wrlte'tbe following efficers:
J. 11. Carnation, Commandor.
Roy N. Pouch, Post Adjutant.
For relief of employment see or
write the Chairman of The Relief and
Employment Committee, Francia
Olds, care Lakeilde Lumber com
MRS. DUFF, DID WOO
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To look one's brt ami feet ono'a best
Is to niJot an ImlJo bsth each morning
to hum irom tun tynira me prcuuui
day's waste, sour ftrtntnttlon and pri
Kjnous toxin before It Is abtotbnl into
the blood. Just as coal, whfn It burm,
karri behind a certain amount oi in.
cumbustiblo material In the form ol
athrs, o the food and drink taken each
day leave In the sllmntarv organs
certain amount of Imllgrttlblo mtrll,
which If not eliminated, form toxins sml
olons which are then nicked Into the
blood through the very ducta which are
Intended to nick In only nourishment to
iuUln the body,
If you want to see the glow of healthy
bloom in your cheeks, to see your skin
Set clearer and clearer, you are told to
rink every morning upon arising, a
glut of hit water with a teatpnonful
of llmeatono phonpbate in It, which Is a
hinnleaa means of washing the waata
material and toxlnsjrom the stomach,
liver, kidneys and bowele, thus eJeajis
lag, sweetening and purifying the entire
, Dr. Lola C. HrUlge
Over Flrat Stale and Bavlnga Bank
Rutin '106 Phone 101-J
Let Your GLASS troubles
C. E. STUCKEY
Re-Glazing and Cbint
Eleventh and Pine
SAW MILL KlfOINKKRUfa A
Designer end bnlfder of mod
era saw mills, planing taUla and
bos plants. Dredging. Pile driving.
Office Corner Spring and Oak
Near S. P. Depot
PBTSICIAN AND SDROBON
Room 1 aad
DR. L. L. TRUAX
WARREN HUNT HOSPITAL
Day Phone, 4S7 Night Pboae, S4M
Your Watch Keep
511 Main St.
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ONCE ! IF W 1 DO TO HIM ? r MARRlEp m
allmcnUry tract, Wore putting mor
food Into tho atomsch.
Girl and women with sallow skins,
llwr pot, plmplea or pslIU cmnpUx
Ion, h lhoe who wske up. with
nmtnl tiinmie. bail taate. nasty breath.
other who aro Imthcrrd with headaches.
bllloua spell, aeiil totnach or omtl I na
tion ahouM begin thl phoiphated hat
water drinking and are autirrd of very
tironounred rmult In one or '.wo week.
A nusrter ixiund of limestone phos
phate cot very little at the drug store
but la suOlelent t demonitrste tbst lusa
as soap and hot water cleanaea, purllee
and freshens the skin on the nuUlds, a
hot water and limestone, phosphate art
on the Inside orgsn. We must araraya
consider that Internal sanitation la vast
ly more Important than ouUlda cleaaH
riean, U-eaui the akin pores do Hoi ah
aorb Impurities Into the blood, whlla Ue
bowel pores do.
Women who desire to enhaae tee
hMutv of thulr eomnlexloo should las
try this for a week and notice rssufte.
Let ns make yon price ea
glng that basement, or other
eavatlng you contemplate. We'!
do team work of every deserlsttea.
DR. G. A. MASSEY
roorta aM Pta ,
In Warren Bant Hospital
Off. Phone 417 Res. Phene KM
OBce Phoa 177W Has 17TB
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
Klamath rails OregM
DR. T.C CAMPBELL
PHTHICIAN AND 8DBOJKMI
Residence 4Bg Pfcae at.
OFFICE OVER UNDERWOOD
Phone flaa-J. Seventh M Make.
OOODB Or ALL KINDS
OUR PRICES RIOHT
We Buy, Sell and Exchange.
Cor. Sixth and Klamath Ave.
DICK'S a CO.
'Tho Best Insurance for Every Need'
We can serve you lnsurancawla.
CLARA D. CALKINS,
MOLLIS 8. DONBL80N.
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