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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 22, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
BATURDAY, OCTOniOll 22, 11)21.
WELL OLD PAL Say wo drown nil
our cnroii for u fow Iiouth In tlin
mvlmmlnK pool tit tho Now Hot
Bprlngs Hath IIoiiho. 21.
FOR BALK Fronli Jnrsoy cow with
flno holtor ralf, month old, nlno
dry cow, 5 years old. $140 lakoB
thorn. Boo UoChalno, North Klam
ath FallB. 21
FOR HKNT Twp-room offlco HUlto
Jn Odd FoIIowh building; bust lo
cation In town. 20-22.
FOR RENT Modern C room Iioubo,
.furnlshod, closo In on puvod ntrout.
Pliono 273W.JJ 21-22
WANTED TO KENT Furnished n-
partmont or 4 room modorn Iioubo.
Phono 73It. 21-22
WOULD LIKE To communlcato with
pnrtlos owning mulo Porslan cats.
W. P. Ilarkor, Algoma, Pro. 21-24
MUST BELL IN 10 DAYS Duy from
owner UiIh ologant 4 room and
bath, modorn all built-in up-to-dato
homo woffh $2,500. Look It over
and mnko offor. 8 blocks from Cth
and Main. Box II. D., Herald offlco.
FOR BALE Ono largo quartorod
oak library tnblo, ono rumou quar
torod oak tablo, 45 Inch, C ft. exten
sion, 1 sot of four chairs, saddlo Boat,
solid oak. 2 9X12 axmlnBtur rugs,
matched. 1 solid oak loathor seat
rockor. A bargain for quick salo.
This Is first cIubs furnlturo, only
been UBod sixty days. On tho Mer
rill ranch near Merrill, Oregon. C.
W. Hostoltor. 21-22
Bavo IHxIor bills get our loy u
"Patrick" Mackinaw thin Mlnlcr.
HAVE YOU A CAR? Do you want
to go south? Havo good offor
lady or gont. A monoy muklng prop
osition. H. Tonnoy, Room 16, Wash
ington Rooms. 21
OREGON HARNESS CO. Now storo
7th nnd Klamath. 21-20.
HAVE YOUR Auto curtains mado to
open with tho door. Orogon Hor
noiui Co., 7th and Klamath. 21-25.
FOR RENT 0 room modorn Iioubo.
furnlshod, closo In on 9th St. Will
ront for 6 months with prlvllogo of
longer time. Inqulro 512 N. 9th St.
A good bod and a good bath at
Colonial rooms, 11th near Main St.,
and 741 Walnut Avo. 21.
OvcrohocM fr High hl Boot ut
K..K. K. 8tor ono mill four buckle.
Nnputan HI To Shoos tr Hojs nt
K. K. K. Store They wear-unl
LOST Groy squirrel scarf. Return
to Upps Auto Sorvlco and rccclvo
SOME SNAP $1,000. Why pay
$500 for lots off pavoment when
you can buy largo corner, two lots,
on pavement. Sower connection on
lots, nnd pavomont alt paid. Apply
1405 Orogon Avo., or phono 43V.
WANTED 12 Guago Romlngton au
tomatic shot gun. Cash for bar
gain. Stato ago, condition and prlco.
Box 46 Klamath Agency. 21-22
FOR BALE Good blcyclo vory cheap
Loavlng Sunday morning. Call at
408 N. Cth Streot. 21.
WANTED Woman for gonorol
housowork. 415 Washington St.
TO LET Two room npartmont, nil
furnlshod, wood, wator and light
included. 812 Oak St. $20.00
FOR SALE 46 stands of bees. $6.00
por stand. E. C. Roam, two mllos
northwost of Merrill. 20-22
FOR RENT Furnlshod sleoplng
rooms. Phono 73K, 343 N. Cth.
Meals Borvod If desired.
For Glass, Rooring, Building Pa
per, Cabinet work nnd Ilulldlng Al
terations call tho 626 6th Stroot Cab
inet and CarpontCr Shop. Phono
W. E. McAIlOY
HOME OROWN CELERY At Hous
ton & Phelps. 19-22
WOMB GROWN CELERY At Lincoln
Market Grocory. 19-22
FOR SALE 21 hens, 4 pullots, whlto
Leghorns, O. A. C. strain. Choap
cook stovo, sowing machlno, dining
tablo and chairs, bod stead, now
scroon door, good countor coffeo mill
for store or cafo, Romlngton No. 7
typewrltor. No. 2017 Eborloln St,
near intersection with East Main,
Mills Addition. 19-22
HOME- GROWN CELERY At Hurry
Cash Grocory. 19-22
If It's Loose
We Will Move It
FOR BALM R Pans. Tourlnt? car,
good rubbor, vory cheap. Inqulro
at Chorloy's I'lnco, Cth and Klamath
or pliono 472, 19-23
HOMH QHOWN CELERY At Klam
nth CuhIi Qrocory. 19-22
WANTED A Binall Htoro or rooming
Iioubo. 'Must bo roaBonablo. Ilox
M. II. J. Horold Offlco. 18-2B
WOULD IIIIIE Two carpontors at
roaBonablo wages. Hox 30, Mer
rill, Oro. 18-24
FOIl SALE Ono C II. P. Stovor En-
glno In good shapo. Vlncont
Zumr, Malln, Oro. 18-25
FOIt BALE Coarso, tioavy wrapping
papor, sheets 48x60 Inches, good
for Uniting wood shedB, chicken
houses nnd putting undor carpotB, 5
contg por sheotB Call at Horald of
CITY GARBAGE When you want
garbngo removed, call 10P.2.1.
WATERMAN PIANO SCHOOL
13 LIISSONS GUARANTEED
POPULAR SYNCOPATED STAND
BEGINNERS & ADVANCED PUPILK
ENROLLMENTS CLOSE, NOV. 1BTII
P. II. CLARK INSTRUCTOR
825 LINCOLN. PHONE 564J
CALL OR WRITE
FOR FREE DEMONSTRATION
QIVEN AT YOUR HOME. If
WANTED Horses to wlntor. Phono
FOR SALE Chovroiet touring car
prlco $200. C30 South Cth St.
Nitty nulling lot on Droad St.
Cost $500.00, now $400.00. Leav
ing town. Sco Dick, 240 nroad St
C A. 1 Ilulldlng lots, Johnston Avo.
Cost $1200.00. Now $900.00. Snap.
Leaving town. Seo Dick, 240 Droad
Soveral cars all In running ordor.
Good and cboap. No profit salo.
Loavlng town. Sco Dick, 240 Broad
St. All trading stock. What havo
WANTED To buy 6 or C doxon
wlilto leghorn hens. Will pay
highest markot price. Address P. O
box 111. 1R.2B
FOR SALE Two milk cows, i In
qulro West End Grocory. 18-25
SACRED IIEAIIT 1II1HP1TAI.. Mnrt.
ford, Oregon., conducted by tho
Bisiors or unarity or l'roviuonco, of
for to young ladles excellent training
In a modorn and thoroughly onuln-
pod hospital. For particulars ad
dress, Slstor Suporlor. O 17 N17.
FOR RENT Ono, two, or throo
room apt., also sleoplng room and
gnrngo. 1160 Pine. 17-22
FOR SAL13 20 thousand capacity
sawmill ready to run, Including
motor truck, catting tools and 80
acros of tlnibor. 14 million feet
avallablo In all. Address, Box 23,
Dairy, Oro. 15-25
FOR SALE Oia newspapers at Her
High Compliment Is
1 Calvin Coolldgo, Vlco-prosldent ot
tho Unltod States, when askod his
opinion on tho functions and tho
activity which the Salvation Army
oxorted in Its humanitarian work,
"Tho Salvation Army taught its
groat lesson ot Americanism on tho
firing linos of Franco. It la carry
ing on tho samo ldoals during this
trying porlod of reconstruction.
This Is accomplished to a groat de
groo by Its mothod ot applying
'practical Christianity.' By extend
Ing a helping hand In illness, by
providing food, clothing, fuol and
tho Innumerable othor means of
holpfulnoss to stricken humanity,
rogardloss ot raco, creed or color,
Tho Salvation Army naturally draws
to It tho peoplo of many national
ities. Is thoro a mora fertllo ground
for tho sowing and developing of
tho fundamentals ot true American
ism?" Nearly 800 species of fish have
boon classlflod in the waters In tho
harbor of Ambolna.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 22. Tho
United States court of claims has
roconvonod with a calendar of largo
and Important canon for the wlntor
torm. Upon tho court docket thoro
aro actions Involving approximately
$300,000,000 arising out ot tho
country's activities during tho world
war and tho Influx ot thoso caBOs
has only begun, tho ultlmato ag
grento of Kuch claims bolng ostlm
atcd bet-ween $2,000,000,000 and
ThcHo actions aro brought Into
tho court by plaintiff baring
claims against all departments of
tho Government tho War Depart
ment, In which claims Involving ap
proximately $5,000,000,000 havo
boon filed; tho Iluroau of Inter
nal Rovonuo, which has before It
claims tor rotunds and rebates am
ountlng to many millions; the Ship
ping Board whoro cancellations a
lono Involve ovor $850,000,000;
claims for patent Infringement of
which $200,000,000 havo already
boon filed In tho various courts,
claims mado by tho railroads', am
ounting approximately to $2,250,-
000; claims proportionately large
arUIng from tho Housing Corpora
tion, War Risk Buroau, Food and
Fuol Administration and a larga
amount ot claims of miscellaneous
Tho varloty ot claims ponding In
tho court Is almost unlimited, in
cluding actions for roqulsltlng of
ships and railroads, transportation
of troops, ammunition and sup
plies, Infrlngoraont of patents for
high explosives, submarlno boats
anil torpedoes, wlroloss nnd radio
apparatus, contracts for anti-aircraft
onglncs and guns, military
and naval supplies and ammunition,
appropriation of camp sites and na
val bases, together with contracts
for manufacturing and acta ot cam
mandcorlng of almost endless var
loty. Thoro aro many novel and in
teresting questions raised, especially
In suits for Infringement ot patent
Ono Inventor claims $1,000,000,-
000 for tho llttlo pocket books ot
stamps that aro sold to tho public
at ovory postotflco. Another claims
that as early as 1905 he Inventod
a gliding machlno involving the
prlnclplo upon which evory nlrplano
oporated by tho Govornmcnt Is con
structed and If successful may re
cover $10,000,000 and $995,000 is
askod for infringement in tho man
ufacture of torpodoos, and about
$30,000,000 for radio apparatus.
I Claims aro mado for inlurlos to per
son ana property Dy man irucxs
and reimbursement is claimed by
farmers for destruction ot lands
and crops by alighting malt planes.
Tho ownor of intoxicating liquors
whoso supply has boon Illegally con
fiscated by zoaious prohibition en
forcement agonts soeks Indemnity
In monoy damages. '
In preparation for tho disposition
THJJ LAST CHANCE Tins YEAR
T. L. Collier, who Installs the Na
tional Motal woathor strips, Is In tho
city for tho purposo ot placing the
strips on a fow houses that ordered
It when ho was horo a fow months
ago. I to has brought with him an
extra supply and will be able to do
a fow jobs whllo horo this tlmo. It
In a case of first como first served,
and as ho will not return again until
noxt Juno, It Is advlsablo for those
who wish the strips to pUco their
orders at once. Orders may be leflt
at tho Horald offlco. 18-22.
O. K. TRANSFER
of this now business tho Court of
Claims has so cleared Ha dockets
that not only ponding suits but no!
tlons based upon war claims art
receiving lmmedlato attontlon and
all cases aro disposed of ob rapidly
as thoy aro prepared and prosentod
Feather tipped shoes aro tho lat
est In I'urlnlan styles.
A number of Australia plants aro
covorod with hair.
Your Watch Keep
511 Main St.
DR. & A. MASSEY
Fourth and Pine HU.
In Warren Hnnt Hospital
Off. Phone 497 Ret. Phone SIM
FILZ' SCHOOL OF POPULAR
I havo constructed tbrn years ot
oxperlenco tho only course that
leaches you to play the piano by
NOTE and by EAR In 10 to 20 les
sons. Write for particulars, 701 lltb
St., Klamath Falls, Ore. Phone 367R.
DR. T. C. CAMPBELL
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
I. O. O. F. Building
Residence 425 Pine St.
J. O. CLEGIIORN
CIVIL ENGINEER AND
Pbuno 192J 133 S. Riverside
Wholesalo and Retail
..Pastnrlzed Milk and Cream-
MADE IN KLAMATH
MURPHY'S FEED STORE
Mfg. by HARRY TELFORD
Tako out Cellars or Fill In Lots
fil7 Mortimer St. Phono ft-il-W
Office Phone 177W Res 177R
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
Physician and Sargeoa
Klamath Falls Oregon
Charlie's Tire Shop
6th & Klamath Sts.
Dr. Herbert B. Mallett
Dr. Geo. E. Mallett
Office ovor Underwood's
7th & Main Phone 639-J
DR. L. L. TRUAX
WARREN HUNT HOSPITAL
Day Phone. 407 Night Phone, ft
C. V. FISHKR, M.D.
DISEASES OF TUB EYE,
BAR, NOSE AND THROAT
GLASSES FITTED AND
Phone 07 MO Main Street
DR. C. A. RAMBO
I. O. O. F. BaUdlng
We can sorvo you insurancewlse.
OLARA B. CALKINS,
MOLLIS S. DONELSON.
Coes Auto Service
Hudson, Buick, and
Country Trips a
United Cigar Store
020 MAIN STREET
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician' and
Officii and Residence
I. O. O. F. Temple
Dr. E. C Witecarrer
Dr. P. M. Noel
limit mmA ttmlm "
Let nt make yon a price on dli
glng that basement, or other ex
cavatlng you contemplate. We altc
do team work of every description
NEW CITY LAUNDRY
"Put Your Duds
la Our Suds"
Corner Main and Conger
Klamath Falls Cycler?
We are hore to serve you, and
aim to serve you right. Motorcycle
and Bicycles, Parta and Acessorles
Tires and Tnbos, that will stand
your Inspection, as we carry tbt
best in our line. Repair shop is
connection with Harley-Davldsos
1910 Mala St. Klamata FaRi
O. E. BISMARK
PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON
Phones 17W Rooms 1 and
17R While Bolldlng
L. D. Gast, M. D.
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
I. O .0. F. Bldg. Phone 99-W
1 Rooms 202, 203, 204
Res. White Pelican Hotel. Phone 0
PELICAN BAY BUS
Far I5o each way
Leaves Rex Cafe Leaves Pelican City
7:46 a. m. 8:00 a. m.
12:46 p.m. 1:00 p.m.
6:00 p. m. 6:80 p. m.
Reckard Rent Service
X.Ray Labor a to
Loomls Bldg., Klamags Falls
It you want to soil It. buy It. trade
It, or find It. try a Horald classified
The White Lunch
Home Cooking and Hone
Pastry n Specialty
SPECIAL CHICKEN DINNER
1122 MATH STREET
Oldest Retail Dairy In Town
Klamath Dye Works
OUR CLEANING, PRESSING AND
REPAIRING WILL MAKE YOUR
LOOK LIKE NEW
Good Called for and Delivered
481 Main Street Klamath Fall
DR. J. G. GOBLE
The well-known Optician
now located in K. D. Block,
1313 Main. Phone 26I-M.
Dr. Lola O. Bridges
Over First Stato and Savings Bank
Sulto 105 Phone 102-J
6th Street Bakery
126 S 6th Street
SAW MILL KNGINEERING
Designers and builders of mod
ern saw mills, planing mills and
box plants. Dredging. Pile driving.
Office Corner Spring and Oak
Near S. P. Depot
Sewed or Nailed Work
Men's half solos $1.35, $1.50
Womens and boys $1.15, $1.25
Chlldrens $ 1.00
Noxt to Horald Office
Opon Evenings, 6:15 to 9:30
UNDER NEW MAN
AGEMENT HOTEL ARCADE
Froo Bus Meets All Trains
All modorn outsldo rooms
II. 'A. KEMP, Manager
Dr. Herbert B. Mallett
Dr. Geo. E. Mallett
Offlco ovor Underwood's
7th & Main. Phone 639-J.
Let Us Replace Your
E. C. STUCKEY
llth and Pine