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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 20, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALI.S, OREGON
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"1 AIN'T MAD At Nobody"
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"I AIN'T MAD AT' NOBODY"
111 Till" II n ' l"lrt of propaganda op
I III I HI II U '" Alnutl('a" l"tltulloiis.
nil i n r ii n "t,' war rvvt'iic,i iimt w,i"(
III MIL. Ui Ut K,,,at majority of Hermans In
IoiowIcmIkc of or Intorpit In American
I "It In our duty find our necessity
' to convert tills multitude Into loyal
lAmurlcan citizens. !)y ,;uthcrlnK In
I their own quartom In large Industrial
' centers, thoy furnish a fertile ground
for nil sorts, of propaganda opposed
' unitary woro loyal, tliuru worn novor-
,,,.,.,,,,.,,,, . , , ' lliyleai) fur too iniitiy Gotinan aliens
A8IIIMONO, hVb I" Aniilox- , . i. . . ...
" , who foil only hatred for tlio country.
Imiit.ily onn-tmiih of tl.u population ,t )H t10 ,0 HCt t0 miV(.nt any re-
Of Dim t'liltml Htlitos Ii composed of ciirrottru of thin experience-
uiitintiirnllZDd aliens, uncording to "" 1 tlio duty of every American
I'ltlrcn to .leak out his friends and lie-
At my placo on Klamath Marsh,
ono bull, branded V right hip, swal
low fork and under slope, left car and
under slope right cur
Am out the follewing: Jersey
heifer, 22 left hip: Jersey steer 3)
right rib; two heifers WS left rib;.
If ..f.,,.1.. ml 1 Ui.. f- .
i.uibij,ii tvjyr, t. ivil JllUi JCJUCy
Herald's Classified Ad vs.
PHONE PEYTON for Wood 11211
vifiu iat top desk. E S,
care Herald, 20-3t
steer, 2J, left hip; heifer, bar ovcri.PSED PIANOS Shepherd'i
lazy a, loft stifle, and two heifers JH.I
right rib. iFOH SALE Modern 7-room bunga-
Telopbone 74 or wrlto box 120, j low; close In. Phone 99W. 18-tf
Fort Kiumatti, (J re
WANTED To buy span good work
i Srf! wft1 by Jack; e,nt iS '
p i ' 0al1 Down8. Blue'
Front barn. 17-3t
WANTED 100 Live chicken, fnr
Cash. Arnold'. ChlliVa?lor M
Ilnyinoiiil V CiUt, deputy coiiiiiiIh
Hlouer of rinliiinllzallon, who ilcclar
i'i today Much n condition would not
bo iiormltti'd by any other country
ami appealed to American illlzeim to
holp inn lie cltlzeiiH of nlloii iomI
ilentK " v
moio aio i7,riuu,uiiu allium lit- mo?"
thin country, yut bniely fl.000.000i .she
have bucomo cltlzonu," Crltt wild, j know.
".Such n tremendous iiiinssliutliitod j Hu "Well, supposo I givo you a
maiiM means diingor, for among theiufow hmiipIo lossnn.i " Boston Trans
mlllloiiN lompiiriiilviily few have nuy cilpt
UHliitnticMof foreign birth and pre
vail upon thoni, If thoy wish to re
main heio, to become citizens.
JIi "Conlil you not learn to love
(coyly) "I really don't
Don't raffer! Ckt a dime pack.
of Dr. Jam' Headache
FOIl SALE Three room noueo and
I lot, four blocks from Main street;
iprlco 000. J. S. Mills, phono 9. 18-3
FOR SALE Gang plow, almost new; ,
tractor clutch; bargain. Address
this office ' 18-5t j
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FOIl SALE A-l good paying work-
lngmon's hotel. Address H J.
Hehmann, Klamath Falls. 18-10t.
WANTED To lease for year. 5 or 6
, ,r,0,om hJ !n good location; no
children Notify Herald. 17.
FOR SALE Sixty head good sheep;
sheep at Holme's ranch. Upper I'oe
Valley: Write W. T. Dennlson. 1S-6
i WANTED - rabtntt 1-iter file, glv
description and prioo A(ldre,,
KM h . Herald office 3.
' WANTED Dresmaklng, pUn and
1 fancy sewing Mrs. A. C. Smith
,over Brandenburg's Store. 15-7t
REG. U. , PAT. OFF.
Vou can clear your head and relieve
a dull, splitting or violent throbbing
headache in a moment with a Dr.
James' Headache Powder. This old
time headache relief acts almost magi
eally. Send some one to the drug store
nU.fVrHl35" ;Vw" you jCavlness, Harper, Ore
win wonner wnat. became of tno bead
irlic, neuralgia and pain.- Stop suffer
in' It's needless, fie ire you get what
5'mi ik for.
FOIl SALE Oil TItADE Fine stock
rnnch, right In the heart of the
bunch grass In Malheur County; 35
head of good cows, chickens, wagons,
hacks ;all tools go with ranch. Any'
body interested, write. Mrs. R. E
FOR KENT Furnished two-room
apartment, njs Main. Phone 369
.'FOR RENT Sunny apartments and
nouseKeeping rooms. Phone 376
or H7. l8-3t
Of ttu .
Wliy accept an in
ferior Army Shoe
when you cm get
the standard article
ac the same price or
Irssi Ask for the
Shoe and get wf
juh itik for.
Thru you're sure
to Ix- s.uufird 1
lxoIc fof tlir n
tumped en (he tole
of rvrry Slio -fiw our
GUN METU. m,,J?
INDIAN TfH F&g&ffid
Built sturdy and
and others in
every walk of life
Cement Work of nil Kinds
Let Me Make You an
W. D. MILLER
FOR SALE 80 acres good land;
.fenced; small" building; 60 acres
Irrigated; $40 per acre; terms. See
L Jacobs. 30-tf
FOR SALF. Nico 5-room modern
residence, large corner lot, splen
did location; must be seen to be ap
preciated. Price $3,000. Chllcote
t& Smith, 633 Main street. 15-tf
LOST AND FOUND
LOST 4 Silk lace edged handker
ejilofs, souvenirs from France,
leave nt 1151 Pine St. Reward.
LOST Front part of an automobile
bumper. Finder call Phone 2
In "Th Apontle of Vengeance," clslon forms the big scene of the
TrUails Feature which will, bo scon ntnty and how ho succoodM ultimately
at the Temple Theatre tonight, Wll.l In restoring order among tlio warring
Ian 8, lint I seen In a story of thai factions U forcefully depleted thru-
Cumbirland mountuins, 'out the remainder of (he piny. '
Nover has Tom Mix appeared In a i
moro thrilling tory than In his Inl-'
eat William Fox plcturo "Mr. Logan,
BUCKINGHAM & HECHT, San Francisco, Calif.
For Hnlo Iijr
nium.r.v Hb'iTi.v co., mid
K. K. K. 8TOHK.
$72 to $&22
Tbi Apostle of Vengeance." a
anas from the pen of Mont M. Kat.
lerjlhn, li a Ulo of Kentucky moun
tila fiudlitiland has .been handled
lth tbt rualUni charsctorlstlc of Trl- V. B, A." This photoplay which wilt
THE MOST DANGEROUS
OF ALL DISEASES
ut productions. Us many tenso
iceass sra framed In settings of tin
wuil pltiurMqueneiis, thui 'combining-
two of Ibn most Important olem
nti la photripUjoductlou,
Hart Is cut sWDavid. Hudson, a
nlaUter who Is the oldest eon of a
turdr Kentucky raiwntalneer. He
U btought face to face with the prob-
Km Of cnoCdlnK between avanalna trv'a Aiininlna mid finally dnmoii-
the deith o hl father, killed In nj stratus to tlio girl that Uncle Sam linn I
hud taltls, and abiding by the scrip-j no mora ardent supporter Is dovelop- .
torn (eicblng tint "To me bolongetli
tiaitanc add recompemo." Hit de
bo shown at the Liberty Theatre to
night Is one thnl will hold any nud-
lenro by the haiardous feats of that :
vlrllo portruyor of Woaturn roles.
Tom Mis n.n tlio secrot service mnn '
who works among tlieno minors to i
discover and frustrnto this plot, Js I
acorned by the girl ho loves as u I
slacker. How he thwart thU coun-
No errant of the lnminn bed are so
IrnjtoiUnl to denltti mid lime life us the
kidneys. Wlirn tliey nlun up nnil focj-
iiieiice to In in their duties, look out!
wnnsrr in "lent.
rliiil nut w lint the tront.lt- i wltli
nut drlar. Whenovi-r jrnu feel norvoiiK,
wrnk, iliziy, MiifTt-r frutii ulccplvukiiciiii,
ir Imtf pnlnt in I lie Imik. u'nko u ut
liicf. Vuur khlnrys tied help. Then- me
ilgiK to nru ymi that lour biiliK-j-x
irti imt prrfortnloi; tbolr funi-tlnn
nrnprrly. They are only half iIuIiik
hrfr work ami arc allonfujf iiuiiriili'
:o ni'riimiilali' and bo rctivrrli'd Into
uric nilil nnil uthcr ixiUcin. vl.li Ii
ed In a novel way that I full of sur
Oct, some OOLU. MEDAL Haarlfin .
Oil CaMiipti at oacc. They are an old,
tried ircpiirutiuii uspd all over the
world for i-rutiirlf. They rontsin only
olil-fiijiiom-.l, HDoUilng nils combined
with strength-chine and ylcm-clesu-iiiit
herli-, well known anil ued by pljy
ficiiinH In their dally practice. OOLD
MEDAL lluiirlem Oil Capsules arc im
ported direct from the li'.oratorl in
Holland. Thoy are convenient to take,
ami ulll either five prompt relief or
your money lll be refunded. Ask for
them at Hiiy drug store, but be sure
ANYWHERE IN THE C1TV
Western Transfer Co.
ire i-aulu,c nu !lire and will do- !'. rl '"" original importeu UULU
itroy you iinlenH they are drlreo from .u.w.l, brand. Accept no substitutes,
roiir )tem. "- lu sealed packages. Three size.
New City Laundry
We Guarantee Our Work.
Shirts and Collars laundered.
We also wash silk, wool, and col
ored gods very carefully. Try ua a
once and be convinced. Our prlcea J
are right; Phone 154.
127 Fourth Street
Back of First National Bank
FOR SAL"- Nine room modern
house; furnqcu; lawn; fruit treef.
Terms, 219 Ietfer,on B. ir-4t
LOST 1-A kodak Junior camera,
between' Klamath F.ilU nnit tviUm.
, bridge. Finder please.return to J. M.
. .uniD, ruruiers implement co.. Bin
and Klamath. 19-2t
Jiffy-Jell Is flavored with
fruit juice essences in
liquid form, in vials.
A wealth of fruit juice -is
condensed to flavor
each dessert. So it brings
vou true -fruit dainties,
healthful and delicious, at
a trifling cost.
Simply add boiling
Compare it with the
old-style gelatine desserts.
It will be a delightful rev
elation. Get the right lund
tO Flavor, at Yoar Grocer
2 Packag for 38 Csitra
Chili Con Came
211 E. Out. Solicit Home Trad
New 1919 Mod
el H Cleveland Tractor
Simple Powerful Compact Durable Efficient
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Orders placed now will insure deliveries
McNeff Tractor & Auto Company
ulQYj itffttUmtoettbieton, Wasbliigtou, PUhauUlo of Idaho-
Portland. cao ,,,tock u,'"'k' Oregon
SMALL BUT POWERFUL
Means convenience in handling, low
operating cost. Results are large be
cause of great power and efficiency in
working on all kinds of soil.
DOES ALL KINDS OF WORK
Best all-purposevtractor because it is
a common sense tractor. Does all
kinds of work WELL. Built right
does the work right. Takes the guess
work out of farming.
ANSWERS THE DEMAND
For simplicity, compactness- and all
' around ability the Cleveland Tractor
is best by test.
THE TRACTOR FOR ANY FARM
Has proved itself efficient under all
Works on any soil.
Lays.its own track.
Doesn't pack the ground or mire
Completeline of parts carried.
Expert tractor service men. '
Prompt attention to all matters.
1919 FEATURES ,
Addoil features ot the Clivelund for the 1919 sea
son, mako It moro valuable than ever write for
froo InfoVmatlon on the 1919 model Cleveland
NOTICE FOB BIDS.
School Board ot Dlst. No. 1. will
receive bids for wood. Did on 1C0
cords of body wood. 80 cords to bo
delivered at Riverside, 80 cordB to
be delivered at Central. Wood to be
ctit from green timber, etc. See form
I Or will receive bids on 240 cords of
!slal, fir and pine. Bid on fir separ
ately end pine separately, statlne
I amount of each to be, furnished. Fir
preferred. 120 cords to be delivered
iat Riverside and 120 cords at Central.
Certified or Cashier's check 6 per-
cent "of hid accompany bid. Sealed,
Inyirked bidstor wood. Bids must be
received" not later than March t,
1919. Address- IDA B. MOMYER,
Clerk. 8-1 2t
Notice of Sale ot Estraye
Notice is hereby given that the fol
lowing described estrays, to-wit: One
black gelding;, weight about 1.400
pounds .aged about IB years, and
branded D on right ntlilo and brand
od L reversed K couuocted on left
shoulder, and one bay pony, weight
about 800 pounds, used about 15
years, branded on loft shoulder,
brand Indistinguishable, tour white
feet, bald face and glass eyo on, left
aide; will bo sold at public auction to
the highest Wdder for cash on the
15 th day of March, 1919, at the hour
ot 2:30 o'clock p. m at the front
door ot the court house (oldest) ot
Klamath County, Klamath Falls, Ore
gon, to satisfy damages, costs ot
keeping, and all expenses Incurred,
including Justice tees and cost ot ad
vertising and adlo, and such other
costs and expenses as may have been
regularly made. Said estrays were
taken up on thest day of January,
- Dated this 20th day of February,
i Klamath Falls, Oregon.
By Perly B. Stiles. 20-27
Notice for Hearing PctltWn
!n the Circuit Court ot the State ot
I Oregon, for Klamath County
In the. Matter of the Petition ot the
Board of Directors ot the Enter
prise Irrigation District, ot Klam
ath County, Oregon, praying that
all tho. Proceedings in Connec
tion with the Organization of the
District, and the Proceedings ot
the Board ot Directors and ot
Said District, Providing for and
Authorizing the Issue and Sale ot
Bonds ot Said District,, may be
Examined, Approved and Con
firmed by the Court,
Notice is hereby given that the
Circuit Court of the State ot Oregon
has flxod tho hour of 10 o'clock In
the forenoon ot the 24th day of
February, A. D.1919, and the-court
room ot said Court as the place
and time for the hearing of the petl-
tVHEN MIXED WITH' SULPHUR TO
IJRIXCiS BACK ITS BEACTIPTIi
LVSTRE AT OXCE
Gray hair, however handsome, de
notes advancing age. We all know the
advantages of a youthful appearance.
Your hair is your charm. It makes or
mars the face. When It fades, turns
gray and looks streaked, Just a few
applications ot Sage Tea and Sulphur
1 enhances Its appearance a hundred
fold. I Don't tny gray! tI.ook young!
Either proparehe recipe at home or
get from any'drug store a 50-cent bot-
, tie of "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur
Compound',' which Is merely the old'
timn i..iiiia Imnrm'ml liv lhi addition
! of other Ingredients. ThousanQs of
Tolks recommend this ready-to-uso
preparation, because It darkens the
.hair beautifully, besides no one ca.n
possibly tell, as it darkens so natur
ally and evenly. You moisten a
3pige or soft brush with It, drawing
this through the hair, taking one
small strand at a time. By morning
the gray hair disappears; after an
other application or two, its natural
color U restored and It becomes thick,
glossy and lustrous, and you appear
years younger. .
tion of the Board of Directors of the
Enterprise Irrigation District of
Klamath County, Oregon, which peti
tion has been filed with the clerk ot
.i.. ni....i. rnnt- nf thn state of Ore
gon for Klamath County, and which
ir,j .i.i ,,, hnt thn Circuit
Court of the State ot Oregon, tor
Klamath County will examine Into all
the proceedings in connection with
the organization of the Enterprise Ir
rigation District, and all the proceed
ings providing for and authorizing
the issuance of the bonds of said ois-
Any person Interested in the or
ganization of said Enterprise Irriga
tion Dlrtrict. or in the proceedings
for the Issue or sale of said bondr.
may. on or betoro the day fixed for
hn hnnrini? of said netltlon, demur to
or answer said petition.
This notice is pumisneu j.u..--.
to an order mado by the Honorable
r. .. ,r.......J.II Indira nf thl CIT
U, V. IUJ JCllumii J"" " .
cult Court of the State of Oregon, for
Klamath C&unty, made and entered
on the 28th aay or junumj. - -
l919, C. R. DEUP. , .
County Cltrk of Klamath County,
Oregon, and Clerk ot the Circuit
Court of the State of Oregon, for
Klamath County. ,
By Chas. P. DeLap, Deputy Clerk.
Tho public will pleaso take , notice
thot tho undersigned has purcta
rom O S. Callen, the garage knows
as the "Kloctrlc Service'- gnud
all ot the fixtures and stock : on hana.
on January 4, 1919. The , ia Id O. 8.
Callen to assume and W !
sxlstlng prior to e said 4th day or
xr """' "''wiDr
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