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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 19, 1921)
WEDNESDAY,' OCTOBER 10, 1021.
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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FOR SALE Ghovrolel touring cnr
prlco $200. 030 South 6th St.
WANTED A small atoro or rooming
houso. Must bo ronsonablo, Box
M. il). J. Horald Office 18-25
WOULD HlItE Two carpontors nt
reasonablo wages. Dox 30, Mer
rill, Oro. 18-24.
FOR SALE Ono 6 II. P. Stovor En
gine In good ahapo. Vlncont
Zumr, Malln, Oro. 18-25
IF YOU HAVE $500 Como In and
lot ub show you a bargain. A nlco
R. Cottage with bath. H block
trom Main and Third St. Prlco only
A GOOD CORNER LOT 4 blocka
from Main and 11th St. Sawor
eonnectlon. $600 on your own
tarma. (Vou cannot boat this.
A. A. llELLMAN 4k CO.
040 Main fit.
FOR SALE! Ono hundred good owes
i line Bbajio-brod. 6.00 per
MM. Fred I'olorson, Merrill, Ore.
i i i i i
-WANTED Home to wlntor. Phono
Nifty Dulling lot on Droad St.
Coat $500.00, now $400.00. Leav
ing town, fioo Dick, 240 Droad St.
6 A. 1 Uulldlng lota, Johnston Ayo.
Coat $1300.00. -Now $000.00. Snap.
Leaving town. Soo Dick, 240 Droad
SoTerat car all In running order.
Good and chonp. No profit aalo.
Leaving town. Seo Dick, 240 Droad
St. (All trading stock. What have
FOR SALE OR TRADE One 12 11.
P. International Stationary En
tine tor $150.00. Jn good ahapo.
Dargaln. Malln Milling Co., Malln,
WANTED To buy 5 or 6 doxen
white leghorn hens. Will pay
highest market prlco. Address P. O.
box 111. 18-22
MUST SELL Two lota close In on
pavement. Sower connectlona on
lots. Pavement nnd sower paid.
Price 91,000. Phono 43W after C
p. m. 18-19
FOR BALE Two milk cows,
quire West End Grocery.
FOR SALE 1918 Dulck Six. Mo
chanlcally porfoct. 4 new cord
tires. For quick salo $800. Com
pare thla' with any buy In town.
Phone 153. 18-20
SACRED HEART HOBPITAL, lffod
ford, Oregon.,, conducted by the
Sisters of Charity of Providence ot
ter to young ladles excollont training
la a modern and thoroughly equip-ped-hospltal.
For particulars ad-
drees, Slater Superior. O 17 N17.
FOR RENT 2 nlco largo bedrooms,
use of bath and phono. 421 Oak,
Shone' MOM. . 17-19.
WANTED Girl or woman for gen
eral housework. 125 N. 6th St.,
Apt. 1. Loreni Apts. (17-19.
FOR RENT Ono, two, or throo
room apt., also aleoplng room and
parage. 1160 Pine. 17-22
FOR SALE: Two beds and springs.
1405 Oregon Avo. 17-19
WANTED Electrician and plasterer
by tbo day. Boo Btanloy Martin,
403 Mich. 17-10
FOR SALE 20 thousand capacity
aawmlll ready to run, Including
motor truck, cutting tools and 80
atres of timber, ltt million feet
available In all. Addross, Dox 23,
Dairy, Ore 16-25
Old newspapers for sale at Horald
FOR BALE Olft newspapers at Hor
FURNISHER ROOMS for ront. Call
910 Main. 13-19
STOCKTON LIVESTOCK CO.
1 N. El Dorado St. Stockton, Oal.
Phoneat 1BB8, 1MB
We are In the market for Deof Cat
tle, Feeder Cattle, Calves, Hogs,
Sheep and Lambs. Write or wire for
Information regarding prices, etc.
.STOCKTON LIVESTOCK CO.
1 N. El Dorado St. Stockton, Oal.
Phoneat 1BB8, 15J5
FOR SALE Columbia six, sport
model and Liberty Six, touring
oar. Terms to suit. jHenllne Photo
Shop. 827 Main. Phone 39. 14-20
FOR SALE Coarso, hoary wrapping
papor, shoots 48x60 Inches, good
for llnnlng wood shods, chicken
Iiouboh and putting undor carpota, 5
ccntg por ahoota Call at Horald of
CITY GARBAGE When you want
garbago removed, call 10F.28,
WATERMAN PIANO SCHOOL
la LESSONS GUARANTEED
POPULAR' SYNCOPATED STAND
DEQINNERS & ADVANCED PUPILS
ENROLLMENTS CLOSE, NOV. 15TH
V. D. CLAnK INSTRUCTOR
825 LINCOLN, PHONE '664 J
CALL OR WRITE
FOR FREE DEMONSTRATION
GIVEN AT YOUR HOME. tf
housework. 305 B.
PORTLAND, Oro., Oct. 19, 1921
Washington haa Just received $77,
180:59 and Oregon $102,489.51 as
tholr sharo In tho annual receipt!
from tbo national forests locatod In
thoso two states, according to Inform
ation from tho District Forostor'a
offlco hero. Washington's sharo
comes from tho olght national forests
within nor borders and Oregon's
from tho fourteen fodoral forests In
tho stato. Thoso amounts roprosont
tho 25 and 10 per cents of all moneys
taken In from tho national forests
for the fiscal yoar closed Juno 10,
1921, Thlrty-ono of tho counties of
Oregon sharo In these forest receipts
whllo twonty-flvo of Washington's
counties recelvo a portion of tho fed'
oral fund. Since 1906 Oregon has
rocelvod a total of $1,260,530.00
from tho forost rocolpts, whllo Wash
ington's, sharo for thla porlod has
In all twonty-olght atatos have re
tho United States treasury aa their
sharo of tho rocolpta from tho na
tional forests for tho fiscal year end
ing Juno 30. An additional $247,
997 of tho rocolpts has become avail
able fo road and trail construction
by tho Forest Sorvlco within tho na
tional forests of thoso samo states;
making a grand total of $867,990.
Tho amounts are considerably
smaller than for the previous fiscal
yoar when tho total was $1,652,088.
This Is due largely to tbo concession
mado by Congress to stockmen,
whoreby they are allowed untll'Doc
ombor 1 to pay tholr grailng fees
duo last spring. Thla action was
made necessary by the widespread de
pression In the livestock bualnoss. A
small portloh of the reduction la due
also to a falling off In timber sale ro
colpts of tho forests due to business
Only statos within which national
forests oxlst sharo In tho receipts.
Dy act of Congress, 25 per cent of the
funds dorlved from timber sales,
grating foes, special usos, etc., are
returned to tbo states for roads and
schools. The amount thus received
Is ro-dlstrlbuted to counties In lieu
of taxes, based on tho area of the
national forost land within their
boundaries. In addition, 10 por cent
of the forest receipts are spent with
in the counties by tho forest service
on road and trail construction and
CHICO A horse at the Cannon
place near Centervllle waa badly
mauled when attacked by a moun
tain Hon Wednesday night. Tbo
horse was nearly Incapacitated by
the animal aa a result of claw gashes
along its neck and sides.
Howls of lion have been heard for
several weeks by residents of the
NAPA Mlinnie Castner, 17 years
old, Is the latest victim of the encep
talltls epidemic, which last week
caused the death of four other chll-
THB Mtf-LEA. BRcrrHEfts PROM- HOCTBTOWN .J&nH
I fassvo DowNMMNTmrarr ioday on m fiSafl
Them. wY to THB county fair. WSgH
dren here, one of them her brother,
SAN FRANCISCO A remarkably
large run of salmon In tho Klamath
River waa reported by Alexander
Vogelsang, Executive officer of tho
State Fish and Game Commission.
Vogelsang atated that owing to the
largo run tho Commission haa do
tailed a number of additional men at
tho Klamath station to tako salmon
(WOODLAND Motor Officers El
mer Cook and Monto Lorenger tagged
160 violators of tho Stato Motor Ve
hicle Act from 10 a. m. to'C p. m.
SACRAMENTO Orders given for
tho strict enforcement of the rulo
limiting tho stay of campers to tho
McKlnloy Park Auto Tourists Camp
to aeven days, still aro being held
In abeyanco by Superintendent of
Parka Frederick E. Evans, pending
an Investigation and report by the
Chamber of Commorco and the Park
department aa to tho campers who
are working or looking for work and
at the same tlmo looking for a house
to live in.
SACRAMENTO That the Sacra
mento valley Is tho most healthful
section In California with the lowest
death rate per 1,000 population Is
shown by tho statistics of tho State
Board of Health In Its report for
A writer aaya that sleep la condu
cive to beauty. (Porhaps It Is, but
wo have soon some rather homely po
A mothor'may roallze that heir ba
by does and aaya thlnga similar to
othor babies, but sho also roallr.es
that her tfaby aaya and does them
Art frames and framing.
: IlENIM PHOTO SHOP !
Phone SB 837 Mala
DB, GERALD B. WARREN
PenaeaaaUly located at
SPECIALIST IN Crowns
' as Bridge Work
Yoar Watch Keep
511 Main St.
Ago in Linkville
DR. G. A. MASSEY
roarth and FIm Ma.
la Warns Hut Hospital
Oft Phone 417 Res. Phase HX
FILZ' SCHOOL OF POPULAB
I have constructed thrn yean of
experience the only course that
roaches you to play the piano by
NOTE and by EAR ln10 to SO lea
sons. Write for particulars, 701 11th
St.. Klamath trails. Ore. Phone 367R.
DR. T.C CAMPBELL
PHYSICIAN AND SUBOBOE
Residence 425 Pine St.
' J. C. CLEGHORN
CIVIL ENGINEER AND
138 8. Riverside
Wholesale and Retail
..Paatnriied Milk and Cream
MADE IN KLAMATH
MURPHY'S FEED STORE
C u XAlirvritU 1
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Take oat Cellars or Fill la Lota
017 Mortimer St, Phone S41-W
Ofloe Phone 177W Rea 177E
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
rhyaldaa and Sargeoa
Klamath rUa Oregon
Charlie's Tire Shop
6th & Klamath St.
Dr. Herbert B. Mallett
Dr. Geo. E. Mallett
Office over Underwood'a
DR. L. L. TRUAX
WARREN HUNT HOSPITAL
Day Phone, 497 NIsM Phone, SB
C. V. FISHKR, M.D.
DISEASES OF THB BYE,
BAR, KOBE AND THROAT
OliABSflB F1TTKD AM)
Phone BT BIO Mala Street
DB. C. A. RAMBO
L O. O. F.
We can serve you inanrancewlae.
CLARA B. CALKINS,
MOLLIS 8. DONELSON.
Coe'a Auto Service
Hudson, Buick, and
Country Trips a
United Cigar Store
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
Off ico and Residence
Phones 821 -
L O. O. F. Temple
Dt: E. a Wisec&rrer
Dr. P. M. Nosl
Let a ake you a price on dig
gtng that basement, or other ei
eavatlng yon contemplate. We alsi
do team work of every deacrlptloi
NEW CITY LAUNDRY
"Put Your Dud.
la Our Suds"
Comer Main and Confer
.Klamath FaUs Cyclery
Wa are here to aerve yon, an
aim to aerve you right. Motoreyclei
and Bicycles, Parte and Aeeaeorlea
Tire and Tubes, that will itaad
yoar laapeetioa, aa wa tarry ths
beat la our Una. Repair shop Is
connection with Barley-Davidson
101B Mala St. Klamath Ball
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
L. D. Gait, M. D.
ETB, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
' UliABtUM rUsUVIBHED
I. O .0. F. BIdg. Phone 99-W
Rooma 101, 108, 104
Rea. White PeUeaa Hotel. Phone B
PELICAN BAT. BUB ,
Para IBo each way -
Leave Rex Cafe Leave Pellcaa City
7:41a.m. 1:00 a.m.
11:41 p. m. 1:00 a.m.
6:00 p. m. 5:10 p. m.
It you want to aell It, buy It. trade
it, or find It. try a Herald classified
The White Lunch
Home Cooking' and Hone
Pastry a Specialty
Mexican Clilll Con Canrno Tho
Real Thing 28c.
UBS MAIN STREET
Oldest Retail Dairy In Town
Klamath Dye Works
- Phone 408
OUR CLEANING, PRESSING ABB
REPAIRING' WIXL MAKE IOUB
LOOK LIKE NEW
Good CaHed for aad Dettvered
DR. J. G. GOBLE
The well-known Optletaa
now located la K. D. Bleek.
1313 Main. Phone llt-H.
Dr. Lola O. Bridge
Over First State and Savings Bank
6th Street . Bakery
126 S 6th Street
SAW MILL RNGnVBEBlria
Designers and ballder of mad
em' aaw mills, planing maU aad
box plasu. Dredging. Pile driving.
Office Corner Spring aad Oak
Near S. P. Depot
Sewed or Nailed Work
Men'a halt soles $1.35, 91.50
Womens and boya $1.15, $1.15
Next to Herald Office
Open Evening?, 6:15 to 9:10
UNDER NEW MAN
AGEMENT HOTEL ARCADE
Free Boa Meet All Trains
.All modern outsido rooma
II. A. KEMP, Manager
.Dr. Herbert B.
Dr. Geo. E.
Office over Underwood'a
7th A Main. Phono 6I9-J.
Let Us Replace fcYour
Broken Glass k
E. C. STUCKEY
Phone 477-W M
0. K. TRANSFER CO. ,24 "
If It's Lodse
We Will Move It