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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 31, 1921)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Twenty-five Yean Ago In Linkville
1 1018-Dulck Four, guaranteed
tint clam condition. Real bargain.
1 It IT Hudson Super Six, a real
bargain and guaranteed first claw
1 1920 SoTon passongor Chandler.
Like now. A real bargain with terms.
Inonlra of J. C. WRIGHT OR
BlICK BALKS AND SERVICE OO,
7TH. AND KLAMATH AVE.
WANTED An experienced woman
to cook on ft ranch! Easy work
and a good homo, Inqjilro Baldwin
Tho Turnod Appartmenti, 812 Oak
strcet: Two furnished room, wood,
water, light Included, $25.00, Single
lOo a button, $1.00 a rip.
K. K. K.
FOR RENT Nlcoly furnished front
room, bath and phone. 512 N.
4th street 30-8
raduate foot specialist at X. K.
K. Store. Examination and advice
given free. 30-1
The "NntlonAV weather etrlp man
Is back Leavo order for one week
ot 741 Walnut Street. 30-31
Taxi Rate Reduced
Direct City Trip on Pavement, ex
cept over 3rd 8t hill, Hot Spring
Addition and Oregon Avenue.
One passenger -..-...- . .-..25c
Two to four passengers .......50c
Bhlpplngton and Pelican Citr
Ono passenger ...-...7Cc
Two to four pasaengors -.fl.00
Mill addition, ono or two EOc
Merrill - 17.00
Malln . $10.00
Barclay Springs ....-....- IG.60
Reasonable chargo for extra bag
The above schedule will not in
clude any waiting Urn.
AT JEWEL OAFH
"WANTED To rent furnished house
Phono either high school or White
Pelican hotel. Robert Ooetx. 30-31
Tho "National" weather strip man
is back Leave orders for onp week
at 741 Walnut Street, 30-3i
You'll probably need a new pair
of Rubber Boots this fall. Sea tho
sew stock at tho K. K. K. Storo.
FOR RENT Furnished apartment.
also sleeping room. Phone 413J
614 N. Eighth strcot. 30-31
All tho latest things In wrist wat
ches and novelty Jewelry, the latest
things at the latest prices. Daven
ports, just around the corner on 6th
street. ' 30-1
FOR SALE Airedale pups. 311
Cypress Ave., near Riverside
school. Ralph Morrow. 30-6
A new line of non-divorce wedding
rings at the new price at Davenports.
Just around the corner on 6th street.
Strayed to the Enterprise Ranch.
Be bay horse with a saddle, bridle
sad halter, and with a beart shaped
brand on the left shoulder and a
X eross on the left hip. Owner may
have eamo by paying for this ad
and the horse's feed bill. 30-1
Mary E. Ball
Modern kindergarten open to all
children of pro-school age. Central
location. Phone 114W, 124 Jeffer
son Street. 30-3
FOR SALE Bicycle, call 117 Eldo
rado Ave. 26-31
All tho latest things in wrist wat
ches and novelty Jewelry, the latest
things at the latest prices. Daven
ports, Just around tho corner on 6th
Auction prices. Goods must bo
old. Sec Dick, 6th and Klamath
Ave. , 29-31
HAVE A LOOK.
1 ton truck, good and cheap. See
Dick, 6th and Klamath ave. Other
cars. You will save to hurry. 29-31
FOR SALE Llttlo Idaho Comblnod
Harvester and Thresher in good
condition, ,New drapers. Now in use
Can deliver next Monday. Would take
cattle In exebango. W. H. McPherron,
201 Winters Bldg. 29-31
FOR TRADE 1 only 191B Model
Buick with delivery body, will
trade for secondhand housohold
goods. Perkins Furniture Houso.
The "National" weather strip man
la back Loavo orders tor ono week
at 741 Walnut Street, 30-31
FOR BALE Ford Touring car. First
class condition. W. H. MoPherrcn.
201 Winters Bldg. 29-31'
Now Full Suits and Overcoats nt
K. K. K. Btore, $18.50 to $50.00.
"XiRylT Xr I ysm tkswsmeSmkmisfiiSmii
jbCT CS2S Daily on thc smady sioe op kJJs
FOR RENT 3 room modorn house,
Reasonable Klamath and Payne.
WINTER SEWING Do it now. Rent
a machine Inquire Singer office.
208 Main. Special prices on Used
machines. Repairing, cleaning, hem
stitching done. 27-6
FOR SALE Ono Adrlanco blndor n
good condition, worked ony two
weeks. Como an dsce. Jack Cheo-
chov, P. O. Box 67. 26-31
with 5 ton trucks.
FOR SALE Remington Typewriter,
Now, Bargain. 16 Loomls Bldg.
FOR SALE 1920 Dodge touring car.
Now rubber, first class mechanical
condition. Inquire Houston & Pholps.
FOR SALE 250-3000 Sarago. New,
Bargain. 16 Loomls Bldg. 25-31
PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISH
W. E. AND J. E. PATTERSON
Phone 196-W. 127 N. 4th St.
CITY GARBAGE When you want
garbage removed, ball 10F.2S.
NURSERY STOCK For Fall doll'
very order now. The Salem Nur
sery Co., offers a splendid line of
trees, shrubs and vines for fruit,
shado and ornamental purposes.
Orders taken by W. S. Slough. Agt.
131 Washington St,' Phone 464.
their ranch here. C,
sides on the placo.
Mr. and Mrs. McComb
about a week In the Rogue
valley and brought back n
supply ot blackberries.
James Wotklns Jr., ot Klamath
Kails wan n recent visitor at his
Miss Powell of Portland Is spend
ing a few days with her sister, Mrs.
Bramhalt and family. '
Dorcy Johnson has arrived from
tho northern part of tho state and
expects to begin threshing grain
on tho dry laud this week, Wc
nro pleased to noto thai "Dad"
Wilson Is still with Mr. Johnsons
outfit. After tho dry land Is tnrcsn
cd ho moves his machine to tho
Tulo lake lands whoro thousands
ot bushels ot (Ino grain Is being
Bailey re-' stopped In Dorrls for luucn yester
day while tuoionug inrouga a
route homo from Medicine lake
whore tlioy bavo been outing.
Walter S. Johnsou, treasuror of
tho Associated Lumbar A Box com
pany, drovo In from Son Francisco
yesterday to spend a fow days at
tending to local business for his
Charles Roberts was in town yes
terday soliciting business for tno
Mcdford Grocery company. Mr. Rob
erts lins his headquarters ni urn
II. W. Mitchell shipped two car
loads of fat boot cnttlo from tno
local stockyards yesterday con
signed to a San Francisco firm.
Tho Frank Aeams show ontor-
DORRIS. Col.. Aug. 31. J. Got
dcon ot Portland Is In town on
business connected with 'a mill own
ed by himself and M. D. Tarlow
northeast of Dorrls on tho Bornath
timber. Samuels & Mahonoy havo
been oporatlng tho mill under con
tract of purchaso from Goldoon and
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Houston. Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Carnahan and Mrs.
Verle Houston ot Klamath Fall
r,in nt 11m lllcSMt CttlO bUytr W
Dolly Bkoen, who' Uvea on
ranch near Barn's Nock, spnt jr
tordny In town, '
If you are afraid to ask' for what
you want tho chances ro that sorat
ono will hand you a lemon.
Advertising pay. Try U Ml Wt.
tillui'd Dorrls cltlions Monday own
ing with ii vnrloty program of ncro
batle ami clown stunts i somblnod
with song hits and other novelties.
I. H. Kostorson, who formorly
operated a mill nt Ivan until burn
od out, was a Dorrls visitor on
, John Union Is In tho community
buying cnttlo for D. M. McLomoro,
; Cooking Electrically
the ideal method '
Electrically equipped kitchens hold
no terrors for the housewife. They
art 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 loiv. Let us tell you about it.
ii The Calitomia Oregon Power
"Let us be your servant?'
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SHASTA VIEW NEWS
Walter Turner and wlfo of Kla
math Falls spent Sunday with his
sister, Sfrs. B. E. Wilson and fam
ily. Mr. and Mrs. W. Crandall and son
Russell have returned from a few
weeks visit In southern California.
Wo understand Mr. Crandall is feel
ing much better than when bs went
Mrs. Lyda Klrkpatrlck and Mrs.
W. Layman were visitors at the
home of Mrs. Layman's brother
Claude Klrkpatrlck, at Dorrls ono
day last week.
Tho ladles of the Helping Hand
society were entertained by Mrs.
Dtlla Bailey Wednesday with nine
members and four visitors present.
The next meeting will be at the
home of Mrs. Alpha McNeil, Sept.
O. E. Hunt and family have re
turned from a six weeks visit at
Portland and report a very enjoy
nblo trip. They also feol they
wero greatly benefitted by attend
ing tho revival at tho mission,
Thero wero about 6000 people on
the grounds. '
Floyd' Brandenburg disposed .of
bis stock and goods at a salo Satur
day and expects to moro his fam
ily to Myrtlo crook whero thoy are
in hopes the climate will bo better
for the health of both Mr. and Mrs.
F. II. Jobes and wlfo of Kla
math Falls wore recent visitors at
before jw eyts!
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by ft. J. H.ynoU
) ciiacco Co.
Buy a pipe
and some P. A.
Get the joy that's due you!
We print it right here that if you don't know tat
"feci" and tho friendship of a joy'us jimmy pipe
GO GET ONE! And get some Prince Albert and
hang a howdy-do on the big smoke-gong I
For, Prince Albert's quality flavor coolness
fragrance is in a class of its own I You never tasted
such tobacco! Whyfigure out what it alone means
to your tongue and temper when we tell you that
Prince Albert can't bite, can't parch! Our exclusive
patented process fixc3 that!
Prince Albert is a revelation in a makin's cigarettel
My, hup how that delightful flavor makes a dent!
And, how it docs answer that hankering! Prince
Albert rolls easy and stays put because it is crimped
cut. And, say oh, go on and get the papers or a pipe!
Do it right now!
rRi nce Albert
the national joy smoke
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