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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 13, 1921)
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THE EVENING HEftALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
tvtftfwiarjTAannrri'i'i'i"''" - khoaaaiAov
Twenty-five Years Ago In Linkvillc
l lHO Dodca touring cor. Now rub'
bor, tint class mechanical condK
1 1918-Rutck Four. guaranteed
first elm condition. Ileal bargain.
1 1B17 Hudson Super Six, n rent
bargain and guaranteed first clasi
1 1920 3evn passenger Chnndlor
Like new. A real bargnln with to run
Inquire ot J. C. WRIOHT OH
DCICK 8AI.K8 AND SKUVlCi: CO.
7TH. AND KUMATII AVE.
FOIl RENT Newly furnished rooms
CO cents a night, $3 n week nt Hot
Springs Hotel. S-22
FOR BALE Rlchljr bred St Mnwer
registered Jersey bull calf. Dairy
lng beats beef. Returns each month
Original herd and Increaso left. R. D
Banford. Ashland. Ore. 12-15'
FOR RENT Completely furnished J
room apartment, private, batik 64
Main. Phone 109R 12-11
' and housework.
or phone G37M.
to do vmshlnr
Call 1005 Pine
LOST Sunday. C-oodyoar tire and
rim for Ford car. Finder please
return to this oflce. Reward.
FOR BALK Threshing machine bell
ISO feet long In good 'condition
W: H. Ross, 906 Main St. 2-tf
OTl' GARRAGE When you warn
garbage removed, call IOF S3.
BUSINESS TRAINING- PAYS One
term with us and ono year at a
good salary In a business office
makes the best Two-year Course.
Winter term begins Sept., 15. Med
ford Business Collego, Medford, Oro
WANTED Would hue a carpenter
at a reasonable wage. Box 30, Mer
rill, Oregon. 10-17
DON'T MISS Galrln's Musical Com
edy at Strand Theatre beginning
Tuesday night. 9-13
CALVIN'S MUSICAL COMEDT Is a
cream. Bee it at the Strand be
ginning Tuesday night. 9-13
FOR BALD Plums, crab apples,
weet apples and other kinds. 834
Conger Ave. 10-14
OALVTN'S MUSICAL COMEDT Is a
cream. See It at the Strand be
ginning Tuesday night. 9-13
POR SALE 230-SOOo Savage rifle,
New. Bargain. No. 16 Loomls Bldg.
Kamatb Falls, Oregon. 10-16
NATIONAL METAL WEATHER
BTRIP Those desiring to plnco
orders for this wcatlior strip may do
so by calling or writing to tho Hurnld
and 1 will call ami boo them on my
return from Dorris, tho lnttor frnri '
of this wcok. Ordors placed now will
bo Installed about October lwt No
Installation can bu inndo this jear
unless tho order Is placed whllo 1
am hero this time.
It ou do nut know about tho
merits of tho National Wcnther
Strips, 1 will bo glad to cill and ot.
plain It to you and mnko nn estimate
of tho cost of placing It In your build
ing and refer jou to many people In
this city who hno It nlrcad) Install
ed. Kcry one of thoso users wll
tel you they would not. get along
without It, men If tho cost was uwu
times what it Is T L. Collier
HEAR GALVIN'S BEAUTY Chorus
at tho Strand, beginning Tucsilnv
C fi&iZt r hi.' i 1 1 1 m "Tj
"v '''III ! tLtSTk - rno-.rwsA Kefta 1
J0O HULK MADE ONB OF TUB LONCCST
POOL. SHOTS ON RECORD TO CAY. Mt NOV KMOW A TUB
BAQB RUTH C THE Poou BOOM.
A CHAT WITH 1IOUSEWIV1N.
Knowing how Interested tho hun
Ircds of nouscwhcs hno been In.
ivorjimng concerning our nw puouc
. I noticed soup grcous In attract ve
unclics llko thoso sold n tho l
U markets Each looked a pretty
is n boquot. A jul'ow carrot, white
urnlp n oung onion and hunch
n"-nl a uBr i ' ' ' '
omb nation nvor an
conenlentl swing tms R '
One woman has n good way tt tl
i i i us n foil i"nns mid sreel-l
'I MmiM ' iit ilneil from O 11
Vi r t ArcVtct KlsnnUi l'sll
iv d n -lo'io't o' $l".1 Mtll.be re-jv
( in' oil for imo i
l'r- o'n'n b 'eft nt t" of k
vp nt the ae Meet tnma tlul'il'fl
if. 1 it or I'll 7 30 P M -'
l1i t-npfc n'l n p t s'tinn' lm1U.
-f mnmi Vi ! '! serl'C,,'",'
Tho boird' rc!ere tbr rljM to
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FOR BALE Remington Typewriter.
Practically new. No. 16 Loomls
Bldg. Klamath Falls, Oregon. 10-16
horn thru your columns about some,
of Its features.
First I must toll you what tho
farmer's wives say about you. "Wo
jnjoy selling In tho market becauso
the town women aro so nice and I
toclablo and not a bit snobbish. U Is
til kinds of fun and a regular ad
renturo," thoy say.
Everyone seems so happy and ap
preciative that It Is a real pleasure,
to be there.
It Is Interesting to hear tho Ideas
and suggestions advanced for tho im
provement of tho market and wo
hopo that wo may soon bo equipped
so that wo may mnko uso ot them.
Tho farmers seem anxious and will
ing to" sorvo tho public In tho most
attractive and efficient way, so re
member, friends, wo will welcome
and consldor all suggestions you may
Of courso wo all know that tho
main thing Is to get.stalls put In as
soon as possible.
Speaking of attractions. I think
It a flno thing that there now a
satisfactory medium for distributing
flowers as they glvo such delight
and so many peoplo do not raise
them. I should llko to sco moro
flowers in offices and stores. In
easily and quickly scried to custom
ers. Sho wraps It In pound lots In
butter papers putting nil ono In
esjcl nnd ransjrrlng It Into bags
at tbo market. '
Mrs. Knlor wants to know It a nlco
concentrated beef soup would bo
llkod by busy housewives nnd bache
lors for their Saturday or Sunday
dinner. Tor 25 cents ono could buy
enough for n fnm!! of six and nil
ono would have to do would bo to
heat it nnd perhaps reduce It and
add crackers. Thoso Interested
pleaso tell us naxt Saturday. Somo
farmers wlvtti aro anxious to con
tinue to help tho market by cooking
If their vegetnble-i gives out.
Paled nt Klimith Fulls Oregon,
tlil lrtth ilnv of Siiftemlirr 121.
(SIONKDI MRS W C KTtKUU
Will nil thnn who owed mnnnr tn
Mn l.lzxln Officii, now deceased
k'ndly rrmiinunlelo with O l( Orn
linm. nilmlnlntritor 715 Monterey
St i: Itakemflelil. Tnl . for tlio pur
pose of assisting thn ndmlnlstrntor In
torating and collecting tho Rssets of
nlil estate 8-14
NOTICE TO HIDDKItS.
Sealed proposal will bo ro-olvcil
up to September 20th. 1921. by
School District No 53, Klamath
fountv. for the construction of a
brick stiool li'illdlnc and for th
Plumbing and Hoitlng of mrao Rids
In conclusion, I wish to say again, must be nrcompnnled by a certified
r .rn,.u.ini,. n.n fni-t thnt vnu rnn. check to thn nuiount of 5 ner cnt
....r. i,,tA h.v,n .n nnfleni nml I of thn b'l'or tho wain shall 'in re- oMnlrert frnm
sumers hao beon ro patient nnu . . , , ,,..,,,. . ., ,.. ... TO,
cheerful about our faults and
sensible enough to sco that wo must'trlrt. to bo returned to bld'eis upon
crawl before wo can walk. signing of contract nnd to be rotaln-
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II IL null mil ui-.iii ,w. imu nu.,uu.- , n- -. .nn.fln1
c liie most preaous
thing in tlie worlds
, , , TlWnk what tliln world would bo with
out ccmlulenco that the nun would riiw
' Without conlldcnw In tlio order of
""J.".'" tldngsJit our fellow men, In our lNtlt-
tlons, chuos would relRii in tlie woria.
Thuio would Ihj no scairlty, no proRree,
no hapnlncs. Confldenco hi rsticntlal to
nil tii.it Ib wurtli Vhlle.
YenrN of nntlsfnctory exporienco with
Rod Crown I'aaolino Imva kIvoh tho mo
torinu public confidence In "Ked Ctown."
They know that with "Red CrowtM In tho
tank they hnvo high-quality motor fuol,
nnd tlut'from It thulr ennlne wUI deliver
In maximum power nnd mlleace.
"Red Crown" la available at Standard
Oil Service Stations, uurucea, and at other
Look for tlio Red Crown elim bfor
STANDARD OIL COMPANV
tiiii Oil &-7,
itj aAtf'Kra. Ms I
ful support unil uncouragomont of i
you. housowlres, I should bavq given)
up becauso It was an Herculean task
to work up tso :nt(.rost of tho farm-
ors when I could not get tho loan of
an automohllo (or oven ono day. I
Our greatest support has been tho
Herald, which has boostod for the
public market from tho first. Judg-
O R Wright, Arhl- nnturlng In fifteen yents from Au-
iote.l to be made nivahle In fnr.ir , toet. Kl math Falls or Win Rli"il gust lsi. ivji. winioui rni u prior
nro.of Wra Skocn. clerk ot tho sail His-1 of Chlloyuln. and n dnposlt of 1 10 01 rtdomptlon. Hatu Ihsuo to uo Known
will bo required for same. . " . """ r".",',';, '.".""
Proposals mny bo left i Chor with l-eirlng a rata ot Interest of 8 per
Wm 8l.een. nt Chlloquln. Orete-i up cent pur annum, paynblu soml an-
m Q SO o'clock, or with U. 11. wriK'll. "'miif "" mivifi m .....
We, who hnvo promoted the public
other towns It is a regular habit of
business peoplo to keep frosh Uowors.lnc from tho comments I hear on
n rallnvn tho .nrrllnniu nf thnlr Hur-'nvnrv sldo this fact is greatly Ulltire-
m . n-.,r vnv . v nrtrTr Jl -w..w . Bw.w. - ..-.. . - -. - --
UA:fi? i,r.h""rrJ'r',.,:roundlncs. dated
uriDBT u uwa uruueairs auu uaau i - !
ta the Strand. Tuesday nlht. 9-13 ' It Is a Jump from flowers to cot-
. . tage cheese, hut many of you hne , raarkot bollevo In practical construct-j
FOR RENT Bedroom with furnace been enjoying that dollcncy nnd ot- !ve wclfaro work that brings results
heat, use of bath, telephono nnd sit- e ot you woujlj have bought' Wo bclleo first nnd foremost In
plcklos, etc, bad "ou seen them but providing n viny that tho peoplo win
so far there has been so much con- not havo to spend all their time nnd
fusion on account of our poor faclll-lraonoy to supply their stomachs. Then
ties for displaying stuff, tho farraor's ( thero will bo tlmu loft to devote to
Inexperience nnd tho crush of tho f tho problems of public hoalth and
crowds of consumers that people morals "entertaining tho tourists,"
inss by tho very things they want. , Improving stroots nnd courthousos
Howcer, conditions nre rapidly lm-and so forth.
"roving nnd we expect to have a con-, MRS. REN DON'D i
enlcnt stall system very soon. j
So many people wore Interested rjoN'T MISS Oahln's Musical Corn
in the strained nnd frame honoy edy at stran,j Thcntre beginning,
mentioned in last Thursday's "Her- xUCgj0y night 0-13
aid" that there was not nearly enough i -'
to supply the demand. I can promise ' NOTICE TO IIIIHM'11.4. I
you that next Saturday thero will be Scaled proposals will bo received l
. . . ... ,. ,, up to Septomber 21st. 1921, by i
enough tp.supply nil, as tho honey si(J0l D,,'lrlct No 31 Klamath ,
farmers told mo thoy could havo county, for tho construtlon of a brick i
sold an enormous quantity had they school building and for tho Plumbing!
known the demand and provldod nc- nnd Heating of samo. Rids must ho
.. ,r accompanied by a certified check to
cordlngly. tno nmount 0f C por cent of tho bid
Thero wore the finest apples of or tno gamo shall bo rojoctod, to bo ,
many varieties also eeodless plums, mado paynblo In favor of Mrs. W, C.
yellow plums, strawberries, etc. Mr. Ell, .clerk o. tho , B'd District, to bo f
delicious elder ,, , h -,-in,i .-. i
LE8SONS IN Pianoforte Margaret
Worden, Phone 104. 404 Wash
ington Street. 7-13
There will be a special meeting
of the Woman's Auxiliary of the Ame
rican Legion, Tuesday evening, Sep
tember 13, at 7:31 oclock tn the I.
O. O. F. building. The president re
quests all members to be present as
business ot Importance will come be
fore the meeting.
10-13 VINA COZAD, Sec'y.
WANTED Deer heads, birds and
animals to mount. Animal bides
to make Into rugs. Phone 478W.
W. W. Donart, Taxidermist. 7-1 5
MATERNITY NURSINO By gradu-
ate nurse. Mrs. Roborta, McClay,
It. N. Phone 16F14. 7-13
WILD PLUMS VERT SCARCE Mall
orders will be filled at once In
order. Price $2.00 delivered in Kla
math Falls. Lloyd's Cash Store.
Lakeview, Oregon. 0-30
Tower had some
thero, selling It by the drink.
cessful bidder falls to enter into con-
Mans nnd spoclflatlons may b Arrhltort. Klamath Falls. Oregon, up j pulo ' inn o,r0nar '!C,I e2
1 J to 1200 m. September 50. 1021. . ?New )ork Ctiy. "
Thn Jinnril reserves llm rlcni 10 ""A ' ".'i"-" ' "
arcoot any ono bid or roject any or charier of said city.
t'OI'l'I.AIt Sl'Ai iocs j.ouin
At the Center of
UR6AUWAV at STARK" ST.
Wo suggost yo" write, phono
or wire tor reservations
Arthur II. Meyers, Manager
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nil 1.1.1a I i.acii iruiuiui iu u(i.una uiuat u
nil I11UB ... I i. .H,. ,.n lln1l. l...M. nf ..IA
IJnted nt Chlloquln, Oro.:on, "'' " "u""" "'" ui"".,T"uv . it 7
1 Rtii dnv of Rentomber. 1021. t cJly on or beforo 8 oclock P. M., of
! "(BIONED) CP,0m"Vv,n . SKEEN, I October 3rd. 1921. and be aceomp-
8 is Clerk. 'n"'0'! ' ft certified check on soma
responsible banking institution for
" " - ' 5 per cunt of amount of tho proposal.
1 NOTK'i: OP ROM) OIri:itlN(l. Hnl, Issuh will tin disposed ot at not
1 Senlcd proposals will ho received ! thnn par nnd nccurod Interest.
. by tho Common Council of. tho City The council resorting the right U
I of Klamath Kails. Oregon, for tho reject any nnd nil proposals.
punhaso of an liiuo of 100,000.00 A. L. LEAV1TT,
gunorat obligation bonds. In ilono- Police Judge nt the City ot Klamath
mlnatlons of J1000U0 or 600.00, Falls, Oregon. 31-10
Prices on block wood nro low nt present but will advanco as fall
weather comes Our slock of btockwood Is not largo hut w arc
filling orders promptly with
liny now! for rail weather moans hlghor prices.
Phono In your ordor for ton cords ot green slab at $16.00 for a
ear's supply ot wood tho choapost wood available
O. Peyton & Co.
"WOOD TO BUIIN"
410 Malm St. Paone III
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
That Sounds Impossible
I ENJOVEO THE
EVErJlMG - I'LL
i'm tz. An
VrtU HAVE NO.USE
FOR. THAT YOUHG
HE DON'T LOO
GOOD TO ME J
I THINK HE'S
FAST I r-r-
HE MAV BE FAST BUT
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GET AWAV FROM ME!
ABOUT VOO I
HE PUT HIS ARM AROUND
ME FIVE TIMES,
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