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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
SATURDAY, OCTOBKR 29, 1031.
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Twenty-Five Years Ago in Linkville
"WANTED A young wan to help
mills and deliver. All winters Job.
Box 383, Klamath Falls. 28-31
IP YOU WANT Ooo hemstitching
tatto our work to the 8Jager
HOUSEHOLD, GOODS FOKdalE
Call SunsetvApts'., Apt. 7. -31
TTATEb-Jt&rk 'tv thTHfur or
day. Phona SS7V 28.
KU'K SUUASH TJif 1l VceD.
.Hubbard QoM Banana. Heal
ele.DUiaulOjrs. 24o lb. every day at
tbe 'Peoples Warehouse on Cth St.
" " 28-J.
COLONIAL ONK'ROOM CABINS-r
For housekeeping! 11th near Msln
and 741 Walnut. One cabin vacant.
FOR'L'RABI With or without ranch
at Malls, 40 head puro bred Cots
wold encs, bred to registered Ram
boulllet buck.. " 150 head ot range
cwee. See or write 0. L. Holbrook,
617 Alameda St. at noon hour or af
ter 4:00 o'clock. 28-29 (
MONEY TO LOAN We havo a limit- ,
cd amount of money to loan on the
mommy installment pian. lyoaus
are made on modern dwellings only,
and they must be fully plumbed,
plastered and within the sewer dis
trict. If ou need monoy for Im
provements, building purposes, or to
repay n inortgago, call and Investl-
Catne to my placo Sopt.
lOthi 1921. one buckskin horse,
weight about 900 lbs., roach mnno,
'branded M on loft shouldor. Owner
can hove same by paying advertising
and feed bill. Call at C. JW. Noah
jrtace, Ft. Klamath. Ore. 025 N5
For Glass, Roofing, Building l'n
per, Cabinet work, and Building Al
terations call tho 626 6th Street Cab
inet and Carpenter Shop. Phone
W. E. McAUOY
FOR SALE Coarso, heavy wrapping
paper, sheet 48x60 inches, good
tor llnnlng wood sheds, chicken
houses and putting under 'carpots, 5
cents per sheets Call at Herald of
WATERMAN TIANO SCHOOL
13 liKSSONS GUARANTEED
POPULAR SYNCOPATED STAND
BEGINNERS & ADVANCED PUPILS
ENROLLMENTS CLOSE, NOV. MTU
, JOMM WJTCHW8 VS JOSTUEP AMD MWPPCP MS DOLLAR
Bo-Pt cm BLOOt PUftgllR JUST A3 MB WAS UEAVINC, r'
T DOCTOR. SWANTTONS SHOW LAST NKiHT
THE CLUB CAFE
Serves you right
F. II. CL.RK INSTRUCTOR
826 LINCOLN, PHONE 504J
'CALL OR WRITE
FOR FREE DEMONSTRATION
GIVEN AT YOUR HOME. tf
SACRED HEART HOSPITAL. Med-
ford, Oregon., conducted by the
Sisters of Chnrlty ot Providence, of-
gato tho Equitable Savings & Loan ' fer to young ladles excellent training
Assn. plan. in a modern and thoroughly equip-
CHILCOTK & SMITH, C33 Main St. ped hospital. For particulars ad-
28-29. dress, Sister Superior. O 17 N17.
"WANT TO BUY? We have tho ox-f FOR SALE Oio. newspopors at Hor-
cluslve sale ot a very carefully tie
lectcd list of houses, lots, business
property,, farms and ranches. A
pleasure ''to show you.
CHILCOTK &. SMITH, 633 Main St.
WANT TO SKLLT "We are real es
tate specialists and have been
twelve years In business in Klamath
Falls. If your price la right, wo
hustle to find the buyer.
CHILCOTK & SMITH, 633 Mnln St.
FOR SALE 1918 Ford Touring car,
seat covers, shock absorbers, good
rubber, 1275.00. Easy terms. Les
ters' Service Station. Prospect and
12,,4,.HORSJ3 POWER Scotch boiler
'and ''stack for sale cheap. Phono
74 or call at Klamath Falls Cream
ery. 028 N8.
FOR RENT Rooms In prlvato fam
ily. 1134 Pine St. 28-29
FOR SALE 1920 Ford coupe, 5
over-site tires, shock absorbors,
new paint. Big bargain, easy terms.
Lester's Service Station. Prospect
and Upham. 26-29.
FOR SALE Puro bred Roso comb
Rhode Island Rod cockerels, two
miles cast of Merrill. Mrs. Frank
CITY GARBAGE Wlicu you want
garbage removed, mil 10F.2.1.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Patterson wore
Klamath Falls visitors Wednosday.
Mrs. J. D. Hooper and daughter,
Ida, wero shopping in Klamath Falls
Mrs. J. W. Jory returned to Mid
land Sunday after spending sovcral
days in Klamath Falls.
Mr. Masterdon stopped oft In Mid
land on his way to Klamath Falls
Tho Midland Threshing company
finished Its season's work this wook.
Tho last Job it 'completed was for
Walter Folsora, of Spring lake.
Tho following wore school visitors
Wednesday; Mrs. J. D. Hooper, and
daughter Ida, Miss Emma Robustllnl
and her brother Gudlo, and Miss
Mary Shulmlre. Thursday Mrs. Fred
Fowler was a visitor.
Dominlco Ferascie was a Klamath
Falls visitor Sunday.
A. J. Davis, manager of tho Ynmn
chuse ranch ot this place, left sev
eral days ago for Stockton, California.
Commencing Monday we nro rutting every nriro on
our bill of faro. TIiIh includes alcuki, tfiop, Hnlnd
T-Ilmn Hte.'ikM wero DOo now 7Bc
Hlrloln Stcnka worn 73c now.., OOo
Top Hlrfoln Htenkii wcro 75c now (Mo
Special Club Monica wcro' 73c now OBo
Rib Htrnka wero OOo now ...- Mo
Rump HtraJcM worn 00c; now...- 4Sc
Swift's Premium i Ham or Bacon with Krk
wcro OOo now - 40c
Wo are buying nothing but primo steer moat,
which is kopt In tho moat Banltary way by moans
of our Refrigerating Plant, which In opon any tlmo
for your inspection. '
FOR SALE KIrtland Farm Is offer
ing for sale cheap ono .registered
two year old black Pcrcheron stal
lion, sired by Ketnb, tho best Import
ed black Percheron in tho valley, or
will sell Ketab. Theso uro priced so
they will pay for themselves next
year. "We havo some young teams
for solo also. Will sell a few reg
istered milking shorthorn cows nnd
holfers. two bull calves sired by Foot
hills Corporal, tho grand champion
of tho Pacific coast. Write, phono
SEEK LOBSTER CATCH
IX LOWER CALIF. .WATIUtS
DORRIS, Cal., Oct. 29. Mr. and
Mrs. Richard F. Wolfo havo arrived
from Chlloquln to mako their resi
dence In Dorrls whero Mr. Wolfe
will be Identified with the Dorrls
Lumber nnd Box company, succeed
ing Chas. W. Twohy. Mr. Wolfo has
been with the Chlloqulji Lumber
company for some tlmo. Mr. nnd
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Oct. 29.
A fleet composed of moro than 100
boats operated by lobster fishermen Mrs. Twohy are leaving this week
end for Horkoley wnoro tncy win
moke their future home.
Mr. nnd Mrs. William 0. Hagel-
of Los Angeles and San Diego sails
for Mexican waters on tho opening
ot the Lower California lobster seas
on this month.
Tho fishermen will establish camp?
along tho const extending from Todos
stoln and C, W. Sevlts motored to
the Albert Longer ranch Wednesday
ovenlng whero they enjoyed a duck
or como to sco us. J. k. wnon, ,,.. . ..... .. ,.... ,; ,; .
Ontral Point. ." . u,i tiiv uiuimiuuu uuu uu uuui ill ,mu muinii, luiuiiiuih uuiiiu
supt. Phono 19 X 3 Central
028 tf t many of tho Islands off tho peninsula. , with six fine specimens.
Roy Taber of the Tabor Drug com
pany, returned yesterday from Yrcka
whore ho has been for several days
Advertising is being circulated an
nouncing tho Elllson-Whito winter
Chautauqua festival, which will bo
in Dorrls tho week of November 25
30. Among other strong numbers
on this sonson's program Is Captain
DInny Upton, who is fnmoun through
out tho west as an Inspiring and in
Judd Ager, ono of the county road
supervisors, was in Dorrls this week
renewing acquaintances nnd conduct
C. C. Colvln, Klamath Falls uuina- ...;. 4. 44..
gcr for tho Union Oil company, spent (
Thursday In Dorrls on business. 1
C. E. Motschenbacher Is making
extensive Improvement! In tho Dor-
ris Laundry building of which ho Is
ownor and operator. Mr. Motschen
bacher oxpects to bo nblo to add con-1
slderably to tho appearance and gen-i
...I alfl.lAn.ii nf lila nlntl, llV Itlts
provements from tlmo to tlmo. !
Cobb McMnnus ot Oklahoma spent
yesterday In town transacting busl-i
Girls of tho Dorrls high school,
hnvo begun active basketball practice-1
under tho coaching of J. F. Shelley.
Tho Intention Is to nrrango games
with girls teams from other towns'
of tho valley for tho coming winter.
A big danco celebrating Armistice
Day Is being planned by local cx
sorvlco men for Saturday ovenlng.
November 12. If plans materialize
now undor way this danco will bo tho
biggest soclnl affair of its kind of
C. A. Wobstor of tho Asoclnted
Lumber and Box company Is In town
for a few days on business.
Theso prices will not Impair our quality or
quantity of fcod, or our Btandard of BCrvlco. In fact,
wo try to mako It bettor than over.
Try us onco and you'll bo convinced.
On 6th St. Near Main.
Open S a. m. to 1 a. m.
NEWLY FURNISHED Housekeeping
rooms nnd rooms. Marshall House !
No. 10 Main St. O 28- N3
STRAYED 4 year old red cow with
bald face calf at sldo, also red
yearling heifer, marks, crop off both I
ears, timicrbit in lert, tirnnu v on
left hip. Address Box 10 Merrill,
Oro. 028- N3.
WANTED Ono electrician nnd ono
N. E. Woodbouse. Mor-
FOR SALE A good Oaklond six
Reasonablo. Phono 447R. 227
Jefferson St. 27-29.
auiJUUtj Aiii.u woman wnnieu iu
'do housework. Small family. G&
Pine St. 27-31
run nm.i.. i nu miu iuui ruum
bouses on exceptionally easy terms
and you can't begin to build them
for the price.
121 North 8th St.
DRY FIR WOOD For salo reasonablo.
Phone 406R. 027-N2
FOR RENT Rooms with board If
desired in steam heated home,
close in. Phono 7311.
1921 Ford Touring
1917 Dodge touring.
, 1918 7 pass. Chandler.
1920 Dodge roadster.
For prices and terms see
H. S. WAKEFIELD
ROOMS AND BOARD If desired in
prlvato family. 300 N. 9th St.
FOR BENT Sleeping room neatly
furnlclioil lii fnrnncn heated house,
Rent reasonablo. Phono 20SJ 125 ,
WlirN IN BONANZA Stop nt tho
ir.,i rinninv iilnlnif Itoom onen
fi n. m. to 8 n. m. Meals 60c. II. '
W. Turner, Mgr, 25-20
LOOICINCt For fresh milk cow. 910
Main St. . 25-31.
EARNING and SAVING
When old age comes upon you
without resources, it is usually not
because you failed to earn enough,
but because you failed to save.
It is the money you save that
will make you independent in old
OTHER PEOPLE ARE SAV
WHY NOT YOU?
The First National Bank
tif Hi.' "
Spend In Youth Savo In Youth,
nnd Be Miserable WHTPH? nnt' Do Comfort
lit Old Ago. VUUV1.' able in Old Age
THE SPINAL COLUMN
is the main shaft of .the body.
This Illustration Is that ot a normal splno
separated from all Its pliable attachments. Nolo
tho oven contour and the openings between
Heavy loads Jarring straining, contrac
tion of muBClcs, etc., narrow theso openings
causing NERVE PRESSURE nnd DISEASE.
Find Relief NOW.
DR. LOIS C. BRIDGES
Over First Stato & Savings Bank. Phono 102J J
Leave Your FiltTvg?
before 9 OcIooK-Your
AM- Pictures are ready a S p.T
W9 KLAMATH FALLS OREGOMiinSwl
I PURITY I
WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE If 11
BUY THEIR DRUGS
the ideal method
Electrically equipped kitchens hold
no terrors for the housewife. They
aire 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 low. Let us tell you about it.
The California Oregou Power
"Let us be your servant
FOR RENT Comfortablo bedroom,
double bed In room. 137 1st. St.