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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 16, 1921)
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THE EVENING HERAU), KLAMATHFALLS, OREGON
WMDNKADAY, NOV. 1, JI)21.
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PIAXO TUNING i W. H. MOIUJAN IN
TOWN FOIl A KKW DAYH, OAIIK
OF KAItli HHKP1CKHD.CO. 16-17
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. GRAPE PRICES
ths thejr car
fa natea c
8AN 1'ltANOlBCO. Nov. 18,
Wlllinanoss of American bomo-
brewers to "tako a chanco" with
popping; corks and, exploding cuskn
la awilgnncl by thu Cullfornlu Orape
Protective Association un the rea
son why thin year's 200, 000-ton
California wina urape crop win dls--poaed
of at record prices. Despite
the i public's bard experience with
the delicate fermentation dtocisk
K .ft demanding the grapes faster
tbaa, tbe can be grown,
come uudor thri. rutin
atlX can mnke 200 jiu)
fruit Juice, uon-lntoilcat
lnf"but not necessarily confined
t the one-half of bno cor cent 'at
cobollc content", according to Tho
California Urapo Orowor, official
argan of the association. And every
family with, tbo homn-brewi peucb-
antor desire la tain advantage
f tb4s ruling, It continues,- "with
tfe result that thorn la nearly m
Much wine being made today us
thnro waa befdre the Klgbteenth
Amandmnot went Into effect.'"
Tbo eiperleuceif of the home
brokers would "provide excellent
Material for acenarlo wrltera, for
there are thrilling rarapca and tmr
r.aw'lng experience without num
ber," (be Qrape Orowor says.
"While many peoplo buvn made
failure of their pant efforts, you
will find them trying una In und
again until they perfect the pro
cess." All of which la "grout stuff
for the grape grower."
Competition In home-browing I
nln(, providing u great stlmulutf. If
a rnnp's next-door neighbor tumJ
out Htuff with mora of u "nip" of
a "bouquet" In It than ho cun pro
duce, he gocH to work to perfect
hlft own orncoNS,
Tho HtlmuiuK given tho grupo
growing Industry by bomo-brewcrs
means thut tho best gfndo of wine
grapo.i brought In I'-'St u'ton or
about $204' net to the grower. Klve
years ugo thin grado sold urounil
.:( u ton, .
-This year the wlnp-, grape crop,
wu uliout , 10j),900y lona abort In
California, but tbo normal demand,
mid more, would havo been absorb
ed by tho homo-briiwors, The Qrape
Grower Buld. A freight car short
a$i. prnventod u quick turnover of
ti'o crop, but on uccount of tho
amull output thero was no delay.
From September 16 to Octobor 3 an
avorugu of 500, earn were.' shipped
out of rulsln and grupn growing
'. yWHWM.V. AT MT. UKl
A milHlcalo In scheduled 'for Fri
day ovoulng at tho Mt. Lakt church
lit which-It Ik expected aeveral atara
among Klamath Kulls entertainers
wilt bo present. Tbo Inldes of the
church look for a largo attendance
and are preparing apodal goodlea
for refreshment In anticipation of
Tuberculosis Teds To
To Be Made at Agency
Dr, K, A'. Plorco, Portland special
ty on tuberculoids, hit this morning
for tbo Agency whoru ho will conduct
tuberculliin trHts ott Indians In ac
cordance with tho plans, mado for
this purine by -Superintendent W.
A. West. Dr, Pierce will be ur.slsted
in his examination by Miss draco
Ifolmos who hus been making u house
to house survey of tbo Indlunn.both
at the Agency nnd at YalnaxnsU liy
Mis yd la B. Krlckn, county hWilh
Tests will bo conducted tomortow
and a clinic hold at Yalnnx .after
which Dr. Pierce wilt return to Kla
math Kails to prepare for the llltis
.trated lecture at the chamber of com
merce roams Thursday afternoon ut
4 o'clock on the tuberculosis situa
tion, and u preventative menus' of
checking the dreaded disease,
.in?rpercakwllf's'how,tbe value' of
ventilation and sanitation In tho
schools, homes 'and' in public place
nni the lecture will 'be full of helpful
hints to, parents und teachers, also
to everyoae, Interested In public, wel
fare. The lecture' Is free of charge
and. open to the public..
Fred Dueslag was out Sunday from
Klamath Falls to vialt his-brother,
August Duenlng and family, and to
Wn, YVieman Is able to work
Agnes Hanmn and Charlotte Geert
sou went to MrrriJI Wedaexday eve
ning Jo play basket ball.'
Hsten Klger was out of school two
days last week, working on his fath
rterslo Tiillmuii and Vesta Duell
ing visited Charlotte (Jee.rtson Sat
urday. i..'l. Iiwls and family visited at
C? Vf Lewis: fiunduy.
Clyde Harks Is helping Bain ,Kn:
man this week.
Jim Stevenson and Mr. Hosley have
bought another bunch of milk cowh.
!'m. llHi'ks Is on the jury uguln.
FOR SAMS ;
1017 Dodge Touring, good condition.
1020 Ford, with Hussler Shock Ab-
1020 Dodge Roadster, Hussler Shock
Absorbers and Sniibbors;
1018 Soven Passorfgor Chandler.,
1020 Five Passenger Studebaker.
1019 Fordson Tractor nnd two Hang
Plow, slightly used cheap.
For Prlcos and Terms see
11. 8vWAKfJFIHIiD ... T
WANTED A fow pieces of seond-
ihnnd furniture. Call Apt. 6, M7
Klamath Ave. 1C-17
WANTED Woman to work oa
ranch. phone or coll at Hotel
GET MASTIN'8 VITAKON TbleUi ftl
BVANSTI D.B, ro.86 and f.7.85 Sboee
are a gbpd values as Liberty
PIANO TUNING: W. H. MOHGAN XS
TOWN VMl A KKW fAlH, CARK
OP PAIUj HHEPHKRD CO. 16-17
GET MASTIN'S VITAMON Tablets at
FOR SALE A fow automobiles left
'Will sacrifice. See Bud,-249 Mkia
I ., itiCtt 1 '
V') -c". '' j,. " We haye! taken overthe management -of .
p v.''-' the-Service Station formerly operatedby' - :
-J , . .,vr G. B.. Johnson as, "Charleys Place" onithe ' -
:'v rt ' nnvti'av nf GfvfU Or nA innvmvfL At l- v
IrHrft W t . fcljlfcll "vi
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),j:ji Ji.i&ij.Weiwish t'tf sqlicitvyoiJi; patronage ad. v .
a ,w l.,At ke Opportunity asBureou. of m ' ;
'tf ffs Fvuivvp-foxg perioial' service and square deaHng - -
a 'h:.f nyoujlittve received neretofore!iu' i? y . ,K sT-v
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WOMAN WANTS WORK By hour or
day. Phone 337J. i
GUT MASTIN'S VITAMON Table la at
LOST By not having your shoes
properly repaired, an opportunity
to have naved money. Remember
Evans for shoe repairing. 727 Main.
LOST niuc right band glove. Ho
ward If returned to First National
Bank. m 16-18
GET MASTIN'S VITAMON Tablets at
lUnuorwoou s. iti-is.
YOUR I'EHSONAL APPEARANCE
dluclns at your shoes. .Keep them
in good repair by using Evans' Shoo
Repair Service. 16-13
FOR RENT Slx-room furnished
house, furnace nnd fireplace, 737
Pacific Terrace, Phone 306. 16.
IFOR SALE Cedar fence posts.
-Kenrns and Condray, Worden, Ore.
GET MASTIN'S VITAMON Tablets at
,. .Strayed from County Farm, 2
brown 'mares, roach mane, weight
bout 120fv .Also one bay gelding,
wulte race Liberal reward will be
pnld.for return or Information as to
whereabouts. Address J. H. Short,
or phone 15F13. 10-17
' KEEP YOUR SHOES Well joilefl. It
I pays. A' full line of Dry foot, VIs-
col, and 5 lu 1 Shoe Oila and greases
I now on hand. Wo ol shoes. The
Evans Shoo Co's. Ropalr Dept., 727
GET MASTIN'S VITAMON Tablets at
We se.w. tho rips
And'piit'ch. up holes
Anil nn't' on mo1im
Evann Shoe Repair Shop,
, Four room furnished house, $15.
I , Also
One room cabin, furnished, $8.00.
121 North 8th St.
OET MASTIN'S VITAMON Tablets at
1 Underwood's. 16-18.
for further rdjetail(L,m
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i SATURDAY '
.'f NOVEMBER lfTH
. 2:30 P. M.
Will be your opportunity to
get a car for ',
. WHAr YOU WANT
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J. T. SALMOND
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Salmond & Hyde
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W. R. HYBE
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A'GOQD IlEpjUid a.good bath .at
(Colonial, RoomsT'llth near 'Main",
and 741 Walnutr"Steah heat? 1:
OET MASTIN'S VITAMON TableU at,
tl.ndorwoodta., n, . i6"1
FOR SALE Ford, 1320, flGO. Call
(033 Wnnhlngton St. . . 16-21
CHOICE CUT FLOWERSr-Every
' , Saturday, corner 10th and Main.
Special orders taken at 933 Wash
ington JBt. ';'.'" . 1(1-18"
LOST A 'lavclero with '3 small djn
,mond settings. Finder please .re
turn to, Lorenz .Plumbing Shop. .Re
. iFUIOfITUHE FOR HALB
-' 2 fUlirary Tables. .o
,3 Rocking, Chairs, ,.
. 1 Chiffonier.'" S' '
- 11 Diinlng Table" " '
, 3 Dining Chairs.
1 Double' Bed,,wlth. colled spring.
. t Slnglo.Bpd with colled aprlng.
1 DreBsIng Table."
, vl Baby High Chair.
r .1 Baby Buggy. '
And several small household ar
ticles. Apply at 204 Michigan Ave.
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LO$T, STRAYED OR STOLEN
Blalf grown tiger striped cat.
Finder please: cull .Mrs. Cornd, 2G5J.
. ., 16.
SHBKVNH Shoe, Co. .ff r ihoe valtiem-
a' high grade ne "repairing.
wore guaraaieeu. Main. ie-i
OBT MAflTIN'B VITAMONTablets at.
FOR' RBNT 4 room furnished house
close In, $36:00 per month. Phoricv
SHEEP FOR SALE Six hundred'
flho MSrlno-ewes, all young and
in first, class condition. IK. F. Tn(-
tie, .Bonanza, Oregon. N16-U16..
FOR SALE! Almost new VIctrolu;
(with 25 records. Call at 813 Pin'n
St. Inquire for D, Nelson. 16-18'
pur terms make it easy
to have a Victrola
A big gift at Utile expense I f A demonstration
will prove to you what a big gift the Victrola
"will be for your family. t Our easy terms will
.prove how little th cxpeoaa of getting one.in
time for Christinas. ,
Victors and Victrola., $10 to $400 , '
'" Please hurry aa it ia cartaia taera will, not be enough
Earl Shepherd Co.
507 MAIN STREET
"TTie Country Store"
operated under auspices of '
The Knights of Columbus
In' addition there will be something doing every miaute al if
you want the time of your lifer you cannot afford t wm
THE CATHOLIC FAIR
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vt6 be held at
. VSt X
Thursday, Friday and Sat: Evenings
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November 17, 18 and 19
' , Dancing every evening with music by Houstoa-Fils orchestra'
r m: n -i.
If It's Loose
We Will Move It
O. K. TRANSFER CO. ,?4 JL