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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 28, 1919)
.THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH, FALLS, OREGON
HMH'KAHK OX nr.NM
TILI,, PEACE SIGNEH.
(Jeorfjo rierinrfil todtiy that tho block
ade of Germany could not be raised
until Ocimuny had started u peace
troiuy making wm In the futuro Im-
Herald's Classified Advs.
HELP W.VNTnDWoman to "to
hom-work. Phone 151 M. V?.i.
LOST AND -FOUND
LOST 2x3W Weed chain, between
Klamath r, and Brotherton
pla-onrlv..rroad. Reward. Notify
H J TifhnorLaneell Valley. -JE-et
LONDON, Fob, 28k
Premier Lloyih, poailblo
"I AIN'T MAD AT NOBODY"
Specials For 3a
Save from $2 to $4 a pair
Values to $L85
Look them over
Not All Sizes
From 7:30 to 9:30 a. m.
No more than 2 to a customer
Herman's U. S. Army
15 per cent Discount
BUY COAST FIR
rOUTI.AND, Koli 2".8oilUforn
plat and i)ro oporutdYs nrr !
Ins-Hie MccMUy of coming lo tho
WHfcimM to become prodtitnr of
llrllmbrr If ttio dmlto to remain hi
builntu, Not only haw such nn In
itllatlun nn the l.niiK-Htll Lumber
(oniiiiiny of Kjiihiih ( it) nlil tu bo
ll:ii I art; out operator In, pine In the
Sou thorn Hlnlt-x, itniulrod ownership
of a lariat trad of timber In the Klnni
ntli Falls renert Minn, ami Is now lu
(ho market for many thousand .viih
of fir hi Western Oingon. 'ml other
Southern opurntnm aic lironl;liu: Into
thlit fluid j
At the Theaters
Mnnll (Iras. Saturday, Momluj mid
Many of tlio HKiiii'H for "No Mart's
I, Mud," a sciccn ornion of tho nool
of tliut nnmn b) 1 .on In Joseph Viituc
In nlilru the Mctlo'i'tiir, Herl I-J till,
Mill hei Hi-en, were taken on the beau
tiful Inland of Ciitallin. California
This plain i' will bo Been nt the Lib-
' pity Thi'utie tonlKht ninl the wonder
ful liennty of the nrenorj will ho not
I fil. I
i Tlio entire coinpnny, with Jlr l.y-
toll mid Amn Q. NIIhkoii, his lendlne
jwoinnn, itMitilned on tlio Island for '
p.omo wrnlii white tlio plcturo wns'
I heltiR iiindo mid poino splendid re ,
l nulla woii) nihluu'd luwn.s the wild
j er portion of tho Islnnd which wns
I pliLtoKraphed foi tho Metro play
I I nrta uliuro few pcoplo hno ventur
. oil, Jtnl which woro needed to show
! tlio 'Inland f inBtei," In tho IM-
524 Main St.
FOR SERVICE AND QUALITY
The only up-to-date market in the city that is
equipped with cold storage rooms for the .proper
handling of Fresh and Cured Meats.
Milk-Fed Veal for your Sunday Dinner at the
Venl Slrakh . . i!7o
l.nlll Cliops 'JL'c
Itn-ast of Veal fur Itoastlii
Vrjl 'Hto ,
I'icili VimI Loaf lor linking
shoulder ("hop-i !!2c
See our window and counter display for oth
er Saturday Specials on Fresh and Cured Meats.
If you cant come, phone your orders. We
operate our own delivery system.
KLAMATH PACKING CO.
DIAMOND BRAND FQR QUALITY
Ladies' & Men's
madi: to oimnii
HEST OF WOftKMA.VHHIP
PERFECT FIT OUARANTKKI)
Prices are cry rciiiunnblc
Vour inspection imlteil
Chas. J. Cizek
r,IS .Main 8t.
PROVE PKTON'.for Wood U2R
TOR Sale- Household
Call atS18 Ninth street.
FOR BALE OH RENT 1G0 acres un
der Irrtaatlon. X. Y., Herald. 28-3
FOR SALE-Few cooking utensils,
blankets comforter, .pair No. 7
heavy elk leather shoevtrunk, etc
all in Reed condition; no dealers. 514
High str'-et. 27-2t
FOR 5ALE -Alfalfa lu'y; .'.0 tons 1st
rutting 26 ton second. Horact
RWTH FOR SALE OR RENT 160
aoea ', under cultivatien: 75 un
der fence, plenty of outside rang.
Klamath Hardware Co 25-6t
FOR SALE- -A-l good naylne workr
InKiuenn hotel Addresn H J.
llchnianti Klamath Falls, 18-10t
FOR SALE SO acres good land;
fenced small bulldiiiR; CO acres
irrigated, ?10 per .hre; terms. See
I. Jacobs 30-tt
: FOR RENT
I.ip i Hi-vffr.tf (mi fcp.unn falirtlllfl Il
, . . .. FOR II EXT Nice sunny front room
oi.lcre.1 now .In onler to Set the prop-( wUh pfma batj; eJ';
cr culpnient nnd Insure delivery in chllcote & Smith. 633 "Main. 27-3t
time, at louctt cost. Let uh lnst:U
sl'muuekt farm to buy or rent;
open till March 15th 23-tf
jnur pumping plant.
YOUlf MOTOR RIGHT
I 'VOUK PUMP RIGHT
YOUR IXSTALLATIOX RIGHT
a HAT WILL STAY RIGHT
Place jour orders uitti us, and jou able,
Knou i oil are rich t. j i Fnlls
rifle which .Mr Ynnco In his nool
! thIIb ' No Man's l.nnd "
Thlb is n thrlllliiR story of lovo nnd
i lumturi with an nmlercurrent of(
IntiUtif which lll nppoal to tlio ad
onturouo In evoijone nnd Mr, I.y.
tell gives n petforninnco which Is
oqiinl to the iiouil 1
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' LONDON, Fi-1) 2S Tho Princess,
1'iitilcii. of ConnjiiKht jnd Comninnd
er It. .M Knuuby wero murrlod at
WeMiiihiUlci Abbo) ut noon today.
Mardl OniR, Snturdny, Monday nnd
i Tuesday. '
: : t :
The Band Box
wishes to announce
the Spring Showing of'
Pattern Hats from
also the $5
Trimmed Hat Department
!( Isn't iMonomj ami It
Un't wise to liny iiiitliln
but tlio best In dltiKS.
Wo li.no pilued the eon
llilenio of oui iiistnmerN by
hclllnK driiKs of tlio lilsliest
liinllt) only. You cannot
bit) fJiny other Mm! here,
nnd you me ulnnjH safe
mid mho that nothing but
the be""tt drills Mill bo fold
In this store.
Good eiifiliiecrinj; and installations
savess annual cvpense ,and gies bet
ter cfllclcncj.. Estimates furnished.
Till nnd Main Sts.
WANTED A single runabout buggy
in good condition; must be reason-
Address Box 214, Klamath
WANTED A thorobred bronw gob
ler. A Wishard, Klamath Falls.
' Mardl Gras, Saturday, Monday and
JUIAK. XVUU. IHAT5 IH
THC H0MEIY HEAITHHUI QSA'J IN
A OEUCIOJJS APPETIZING TORM
Now that women are no longer I
knitting sweaters, we fear a return
u me oaiiy pern. wasnington fosi.
Bean Orders Solicited f
Lady Washingtons Oc ;,..
ReU Mexicans c 8 He
Petite Limas 13c
Parcels Post Paid to jour office. Send -y
cash with order
Central Point, Oregon
I VW.'ViV.'V VWVWVWW .w.v -v
t t ahinet i
J 10 Main Street
,1 General Furniture Repairing j
-j. at Reasonable Prices 4,
KITCHEN CABINETS ?
10 Main Street
$40 to $1,500
Noxu WcHtern Trwnsfcr Oflleo. S '
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JEWKLGR AND OPTICIAN
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Mgtit Phono 'MS
MODOC FEED AND SI,KS
Uoiscs and Harness bought, Sold
and Ei hanged
Hursts to lmy noon feed . 21c
llursaa tu hay b the da - . 50c
Horbns to hay and grain, diy. .11
Lloises to hay and grain, noon 50e
Coi.ter Otli and Walnut
M. .1. VYHART, HORAt K V.
Ml rCHEI.L, I'ropi.
Noilce of l'llliis nnd HearliiR on Po-'
tit ion for Inclusion of Certain
liiiiuls Within tlio Roundaries 1
the Hor.sclly Irrigation District I
Notice is hereoy given that Grace
Lytic did, upon the 4th. day of Feb
ruary, A. D. 1919, file with tho Boird
of Directors of the Horsefly Irrlga-,
Hon District a. petition praying that I
U16 NW of the SEW and the NBi
of tho SW4tf( Section 29, in Town-i
ship 39 south, Rnugo ri east of the
WUIametto Meridian, in Klamath,
County, Oregon, be lncludod within
tlio boundaries of tho Horsefly Irriga
tion District, Tho tract of land which
is petitioned to be Included Is bound
ed ns follows. Commencing at south
east cornor of the SWVi of NEU of!
Soctlon 29, in Township 39 south,
Range 11 east of the Willamette Me-t
I'ldlan; thenco south ono-quatter of n
mile, more or less, to tho southeast
corner of the NWU of the SEVi of
jald Section 29; thence woht ,ono-half .
a mile, more or less, to tho south-1
west lorner of the NEK of SWW of
Jsnld Section 29 ;thenco north 0110-
(liiurier ui u 111110, iiioro or iusu, iui
tho northwest cornor of tho NEU of J
BWii or sum section y; tnence eaut
LIFT OFF CORNS!
Af ply few drops then lift .sow,
lomhy corns off with
11 fi uron a
u w - - j a
one-half mile, more or less, to tho'preMCjje on an acblng corn, n,lJw'Jn
soini or beginning ,, t tops nUrtmg, then you ur'i
All persons Interested nro hereby , V, . v.. inlel 5
;lven notice to appear at the oracef't light out, es, magic 1 4
of the Hoard of Dhes of the A tlnj bottle of Ereeione cost oui
Horsefly Irrigation Dlsfiict in the n fow rents nt any drug store, Mi 11
Jown of Ilounuza, jipon Tuesday, the auffiC.,.,t to jeuiote ctwy hard corn,
Hh day of March. A. n. 1919, at the, ! "' ilMoen the toes,
hour of 2 o'clock In the afternoon, s" ". c"r" J'1 " 'MI or ,
md show cause, ir nnv they have; and the calluses. " ""in-Pn
hy tlio petition should not ba'iuitatlon 5' 'J
vttantod, , ALFRED KELLER, 1 Kioerone Is the sensalotia 'UUco v-
Secretary of the Hoard of Directors' . , ncll,nn, genlw. Ii W- "
of 'the Horsefly rrlgiUton DIs- 8r) or, n ,pc,"u"" ,
triot. 7-H-21-2S derful. , - x-