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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 26, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
wnaNKunAY, October art, inat;
I CLASSinEPADVEffn SEMENTC
TOR RENT Sleeping' room, closo
' in. hot nnd cold water. Uso of
Aalh and phono, 532 Walnut St.
POlt SALE 3 room house, It you
need n homo, you can .buy ono on
:our own terms. IPhone 488 or In-
ralro I). Koud. K. K, K. Store.
aOME SNAP Large corner, consist-
Ins of two lots on paremonU Sow
tcr connections on lot. Pavoment all
TPtM. Price $1,000 on terms or i860
dmh. Ownor. 1405 Oregon, Ave., or
nhono 43W. 25-26
FOR RENT Sleeping room neatly
furnished In furnace bested hosse.
Kent reasonable. Phono, 808J 125
WHEN IN BONANZA. Stop at tho
Hotel Donlor. (Dining Room open
a. n. to 8 d, in. Meals GOc. H.
'W. Tnrner. Mter: 25-29
IXST On areensnrtnfn road to Ash
land, Oct. 17, Miller Cord Tiro,
-tabe and rim. Finder return to Iter
aid nfrlea and receive a. SS. 00. reward
XAOKINO For fresh' milk cow. f0
Main St. 1 U-il.
'.STEAM HEAT Is being installed at
Colonial Rooms, llttv near Main
FOR SALE Oao chiffonier, Dlssoll
carpet sweeper, fruit Jars, sewing
rocknr. etc. XdbIv 813 Pine Street
oil i w
wtm SALE Typewriter desk with
four drawers. Inqulro 813 Pine
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE FOR
- SALE FIvo room house will be
available for rent. Inaulre 824 Wal
XOR RENT-Comfortablo bedroom,
double bod in room. 137 1st. St.
:FOR SALE 1921 Ford Coupe, at a
bargain. Sco' Darn oil at Central
-Outfitting Coi 25-20
inOR SALE Or will trade for 7 or
8 room house in Klamath Falls,
110 acres of rood land; B0 acres ua
.4er cultivation. 6 room house' and 2
.Kood barns' on nlaco. completely fur
nlshod" with" slock" and' tools. Good
.saw timber on the raach. -Inquire
123 North 4 th St. French Hsnd
juindrr. . 25-27
STRAYED ame to my place Sept.
10th, 1921, one buckskin horse,
trelKht about 900 lbs.; roach mane,
Stranded M on left shoulder. Owner
can have same by paying advertising
aad feed bill. Call at C. M. Noah
-place, Ft. Klamath, Ore. 025 N5
TTHERE WILL BE A regular meet
ing of Calvary Commandery No.
as at the Masonic Hall on Wednes
day evening, October 26th. All mem
bers nro urged to be present by or
4er of tho E. C. M. S. West, Recordor.
EXPERIENCED Stenographer dealt
cs work by hour or halt day. Dos
EL S. Herald. 24-26
lmilLlO SALB FRIDAY, OCT. 28;
At 10 o'clock. Stock and imple
ments, household goods, etc. On
Merrill Road, one mile North of Wil
son Bridge. A. E. Trlnk. 24-27
TOR SALB Paying hotel .In one of
' tho nearby towns. Small invest
ment and attractive forms.
FOR SALE 5 room house, base
ment, nowly painted, 'rango and
Seating' stove and only three blocks
off Main St. This is comparatively
dbeap and should be sold at once.
WOtL SALE Practically now, four
room plastered bungalow, bath and
toilet. Can be bought at a sacrifice
tl taken now.
FOR SALE Nineteen lots on Cres
cent Avenue, also a ntce selection
tl lots In other parts of tho city.
121 North 8th St.
8PKCIAL SALE 4 days only, some
classy cars. Will sacrifice. Can
mot take them with me. Soo Dick,
240 llroad St. 24-27
TO LET Two -room apartment, all
fnmlshed, wood, water and light
included. 812 Oak St. $20.00
For Glass, Hoofing, Building Pa
per, Cabinet work and Building Al--iterations
call tuo,C2Q CthStroot Cab
Coot and Carpenter Shop. Phono
W; E. McAROY
COR SALE Coarse, heavy wrapping
sapor, sheets 48x60 Inches, good
Cor llnslng wood sheds, chicken
Sionses and putting under carpets, 5
cents per shoots Call at Horald of
COR SALE Ol newspapers at Her
WATERMAN PIANO SCHOOL
IB LESSONS GUARANTEKU
POPULAR SYNCOPATED STAND
BEOINNERS & ADVANCED PUPILS
ENROLLMENTS CLOSE, NOV. 1BTH
F. IJ. CLARK INSTRUCTOR
825 LINCOLN, PHONE E64J
CALL OR WRITE
FOR FRHB DEMONSTRATION
GIVEN AT YOUR HOME. tf
SACRED HEART HOSPITAL, Med
ford, Oregon., conducted by the
Sisters of Charitr of Providence, ot
ter to young ladles excellent training
In a modern and thoroughly equip
ped hospital. For particulars ad
dress, Sister Superior. O 17 NIT.
ixrx uaiiuauk Wbea you waac
aarhaai rumored, call 10F 2.
J OREGON BREVITIES
MEDFORD, Oct. 26. While driv
ing through the country about seven
miles from Rogue River, Mrs. Gun
nlng Davis stopped her car and de
scended the bank of a smalt crook
to got water for the radiator, when
Bhe .discovered a small snako with
two heads, and persuaded Darrcll
Garmon, a youth who was fishing
near by, to pick it up for her Sbo
brought tho roptllo to Medford.
Tho two heads of tho snako move
Independently, and tho mouth of each
head Is armed with a darting tongue.
Tho roptllo,' which Is ntno Inches long
is normal in every respect, save for
tho superfluous head. I
EUQENEC Oct. 26. An experi
ment with Douglas fir ,tlmbe(r In
which rot has already set In will bo
undertaken by the forest service, and
will bo watched with intorost by lum
bermen and timber owners, accord'
Ink to N. F. Macduff, supervisor of
the Cascsdo national forest, with
headquartors in this city.
LA GRANDE. Oct. 26. While go
ing homo at night, A. M. Barker,
proprietor of a barber shop, was
attacked from behind and beaten In
to Insensibility. Barker recently
bpencd a non-union shop hero and
reduced the prlco of haircuts ami
shaves, and it is said that presure
had been brought to bear on htm
to Join tho union and Increaso his
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, Oct.
20 Ono of tho most comprehensive
and oxtenslvo campaigns for better
English in tho United States, Is be
ing conducted In Oregon by the Ore
gon Council of English, said Miss
Ida V. Turney, presldont of the coun
cil and Instructor In tho University
rhetoric department. School adminis
trators and teachers are participants
In the system outlined for tho en
i -' '
PORTLAND, Oct. 26. That his
wife boasted shortly after their mar
riage how she had "roped him in,"
was tho complaint of Carl IT. Morltz
In a divorce action .tiled in .tho clr
cut court aganst Anne Morltz, a wi
dow of 49 years and mother of a fam
ily of boys, somo of whom were old
er than her new husband. Morltz,
who was married In Albany, Octobor
12, 1918, Is 2G years old.
PORTLAND, Oct. 26. B. A. An
derson, husky longshoreman, all doll
ed up In a dress suit, was In tho de
lightful throes of a kissing "jag."
In his hand ho carried a woman's
silk umhrolla, and in, a hip. pocket
ho carried a flask ot "whlto mule"
Ho boarded a St. Johns street enr
which was crowded with women nnd
Immediately made known his Inten
tion of kissing 'em all. Tho conduct
or was having n hard tlrab keeping
the drunkon dock worker In the rear
vcstlbulo when Polled Dotectlyo Ack
erman boarded tho car,
"I'vo kissed all tho Janes on the
west side, so now I'm,' hendod for tho
east side, to finish up," Anderson
confided to the police deiectlvo.
HOOD RIVER, Oct. 26. Tho np
plo Growers Association closed its
Gravensloln pools on the 1921 crop,
showing an average net price to the
association of $2.08 a box. Tho gen
eral average of last year was J1.T3,
A total of ip,178 boxes was handled
1e SIMPSONS WWSD M4 SSJtSlSS Tt
today vwtm a rieyy wnorw T"T ?M-T 7jf if
this season. The apples woro pack
ed in fancy and C grade, only.
Preparing to. Drill .
More Water Wells
Fort Rock, VaUey
BEND, Oct. 26. To tako over
drilling operations In the Fort Rock
valley whero an apparently inexhaus
tible supply of artesian water was
tappod by John M. Perry oh tho
Ernst ranch, E. R. Walker has ar
Tlvod in Bend from Pasco, and ex
pects that his rig will bo horo short
ly. iBocauso of tho time necossary
for transportation. It Is expecfed thut
drilling can hardly bo started short
of two' weeks.
The slto' of tho next welt to bo put
down through tho use of stato funds
wilt probably bo on the Crampton
ranch, about throe miles north of tho
town of Fort Rock,,
Prices 4 may advance 'any
day, this Is your notice, no
further guarantee on prices.
Buy your GREEN 8LAB
or BLOCK-WOOD now and
avoid advances that are suro
to come. 'Ask about our
For Your Heater
0: Peyton & Co.
"Wood to Burn
Blala St. Phono
Prices Right on
The Sweet Shop
9 th 4b Main
' 423. Main
Dr. LOIS C. BRIDGES
First State & Savings Bank
Ago in Linkville
DR.G; A. MASSEY
( '" i-
roarth and, Pin HU.
tn Warren Hunt Hospital
Off. ftionn 497 Res. Phone MM
VWV SCTJOOIi OF POPULAR
t have constructed thru years of
experience the only course that
teaches yon to play the . piano by
note and. by car in 10 to zo les
sons. Write for particulars, '791 lltb
St.', Klamath trails, Ore. Phone 367R.
DR. T. G CAMPBELL
PHYSICIAN AND flUROBOX
i. o. o. r. asuidinc
Residence 125 Fine' St.
J. O. CLEGHORN
CIVIL ENOINEER AND
Phone 19JJ 183 8. Riverside
v Holliday Dairy
Wholesale and Retail
.PMtarlMd Milked Cream-
aa ' ii Jrirri vwnnAfcfu-
MADE IN KLAMATH
MURPnY'8 FEED STORE
Mfir. hv ir.nnv Tm.wrinTi
Take out Cellars or Fill la Lota
817 Mortimer 8t. Phone 041-W
Office Phone 177W Ret 177R
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
PbysJdaa' and Snrgeoa
Klamath Falls Oregon
Charlie's Tire Shop
6th & Klamath Sts.
Dr. Horbort B. Mallett
Dr. aoo. E. Mallett
Oftlco ovor Underwood's
-7th & Main Phono G39-J,
DR.' L. L. TRUAX
WAltREN HUNT HOSPITAL
Day Phone. 497 Night Phone, BtW
C. V. FISHI'R, M.D.
DISEASES OP THE EYE,
, BAB, NOSE AKD THROAT
0LASSE3 FI1TI3D AND
Phone 97 HtO Main Street
O. A. KAMBO
O. F. BnllcTlM
Klamath Falls Plumb
ing & Heating Co.
1178 MAIN OT. I'HOXH 848. V
Cpe'a Auto Service
Hudson, Buick, and
Country Trips a
United Cigar Stbra
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
Officii, and Residence
I. O. O. P. Temple
Dr. E. G. WiMcanrsr
Dr. P. M. Noel
Over Bala uut
eveask aad Mats
Let us make yon a price on dig'
king that basement, or other ex
eavatlng you contemplate. We also
do team work of every description
NEW CITY LAUNDRY
"Put Yowr Dud.
In Our Suds0
Corner Main and Confer
Klamath Falls Cycler?
We are here to serve you. and
aim to serve you right. Motorcycle!
ana Bicycles, parts and Aeessorles.
Tires and Tabes,, that will stand
your inspection, as we carry tbs
best In our line. Repair shop Id
connection with Harler-Davidaon
1S10 Mala St. Klamath Falb
O. H. DISMARK
PHYSICIAN AND SCBOBON
Boosas 1 aad 8 I
White Bnildlng (
L. D. Gast, M. D.
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
I. O .0. P. Bldg. Phono 99-W
Rooms 202, 203, 204
Res. White Pelican Hotel. Phone o
PELICAN DAY BUS
7are 16c each way
Leaves Rez Cafe Leaves Pelican City
,2!-n- 8:00 a.m.
12:45 p. m. i:oo p, ra.
6:00 p.m. 5:30 p, m,
Reckard Rent Service
Loomls Bldg., KlamaUi sTaUs
If you want to soil' It, buy it, trado
It, or find it. try a Horald classlflnri
The White Lunch
Home Cooking nnd Home
Pastry a Specialty
Mexican Chill Con Cnitiiii) Tlio
Itcitl Thing ORc.
1129 MAIN HTRKBT
Oldest Retail Dairy ta Towa-
Klamath Dye Works
OUR CtJUMHe, PRBSSINQ AlTal
RKTAUUNa WILL Mill TOOB
LOOK LIKE NEW
Ooods OUlei far aad DeUrere
431 Mala Street XUmatli Vatts
DR. J..G. GOBLE
The well-kaown Optletaa
bow located ta K. D. Uloek,
ISIS Main. Phone tlt-M.
Dr. Lois O. Drldgea
Ovor First State and Savings Dank
6th Street Bakery
126 S 6th Street
SAW MILL KNQIN1SER1NQ
Designers, and builders of mod
ern saw mills, planing cnills aasi
bo's plants. Dredging. Pile driving.
Office Corner Spring and Oak
Near 8. P. Depot
Sowed of Nailed Work
Mon's half soles $1.36, S1.G0
Womens and boys $1.15, fl.SS
Noxt to Horald Office
Open Evenings, 6:1B to 9:S0
UNDER NEW MAN
Free Dos Meets AU Trains
All modern outsldo rooms
H. A. KEMP, Manager
Dr. Herbert D. Mallett
Dr, Oeo. E. Mallett
Office over Undorwood'a
7th & Main. I'hone 6 30-J.
LetJUs Replace Your
E. C. STUCKEY
Uth and JPIne
Phone 477-W .
O. K. TRANSFER CO.
124 . Sixth St.
If It's Loose
We Will Move It