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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 13, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
come on inurHE aits
-& f i few 1 f' ' -K
WITH Till- Wtl Kli N AU0
Ol' OlVl I'ATION (Corrcipoiiileiii"
of Tin' Vwcuited I'leiwl It) lti
ni.iiliin of Auiorlmn nrm officer
who follou dn b d.i Hi'1 process
iif demobllUiitlon mid i"uli I .N.tont
of enemy forces 'l appenri Ukelv
that General on I .el low Voi'luek. I lit'
Genua ncoiutinnv'i .iho relumed 10
Goimiiux In Mai h fnvn Aft'l'ii. Ib
rapid! uniting uimIt bis loiunmud
nil the louil innr'ne mt
Writ inn In tho summary of Intell'-
of the Tlilnl I tilled ri!e
HERALD'S CLASSIFIED C0MlHi
armed forces. says "Such a dii'li
Ion (murines) may be expected to
.....- -- .- . .-v .. .. 1m out of tho most powerful inllti-
M.M'tllNKItV. VANTi:0 To buy 4 head of first ,t, ,, nhe present ki oriiiiii'f .iii.I
FOR SALE Ho factory equipment: class work horses or mules; must . , . .. .. ... ........
California Saw Works Cleat machine, he sound ami true Phone It KM or "llKh ,ow' Im' " "'"ir MVt'r
California Saw Works circular re- call at KMseuo.nl ranch, north em! Owing to the popular api.rir.utjon
saw, California Saw Works Cutoff, Swan valley Halm 30-tf (,f t1(. services of the marines our-
(2). Ames & Harris Automatic print- , ,h , , ,, , mi.fi0l, f
inK press. No 2 Fisher Machine V0CHST7.EU BISOS & KI.AH7.fltA. '" . , , " ' . , .
Works Hand re-saws. (2). Fisher Well driller I.e.ne word at .Mo- " revolution last .Noiembor l.y inn
Machine Works Automatic Hand Donatd's Tool Room. 015 Main st. rlnes .numerous marine oluuteer
Hold machine. Multiple llorlng ma- 1-12 units huio appeared In (5eruuiny dur
chine. No 95 Yates Machine Works ..x.t)E. inK the pas tfe months seeklnK to
planer and matcher. H H Smith Ma- ONK HUNDRED HEAD work horses "" ''
chine Co. rip-saw. Rowley & Har- and mules for hire. S.ms & Er- capitalize the popularlt So ninny
manco Edper machine, Rowley & nest. Malln. Ore 6-1 mo of them, however, ileveloped Inlo
Harmance 1'nirert.al cut and rip-saw. . . rolil.er hands composed of men In
uurer nanu scroll sun, snaiiuiR. 1 wi r.,i ll.v.xhi. iwenij-iour una
prontluen (In the dissolved unit In
ieilll are now In this mill, which
appeals to ho the foundation of Iho
pieseiu Spat tiielnl control of lliiiun-M-hw.'ii:
At leant two Home (limid
mills o f murine lire known, one in
Munlili and one at riuiikfmt on
Mam Neither of these has been
!i ill tiled, lull liulll ate uiiiioMlou
u ' 'i of slroiiK Spailaelst leauliiKS
SiippnrtlUK Mlnlstei of Will lloske
and the piesellt ;oeiuiiieul ale sol
ii.il marine nulls of excellent mo
i.ilc wlili'h ntipear all oi iieml all In
lie In I lie ptoress of utlltlliK at the
piesent time, under colitiol of Hen
eiul ion I.ettoii-Voilieck. the ller
iiiiiii I'ommaiiiler who letuiued fiom
Africa III March
'.Miik tlmpoitiitit of these Is the
'ron Mat Ine MilKnde' or Marino llil
pade Uolideu. nil It Column! ion
Itoliden This wits orKauli d III Kiel,
officered ecluslieli hy of fleets of at
I 'list !.". leant' seiilre II siippreased
d'sorders enrl this lear In llremetl.
'uih.iii'ii U llheliiisliaien nud Km
den and had a InrKe iarl In the res-ti-i.il
Ion of order In lleillu especially
at Mi litenheiK In March "
The Greatest Tractor Made
boxes, hangers, collars,, couplings, .'OxlOo in Klamath Heights, clear
mnr'ne uniforms who never served
nnllevs. holtinir. saws. machine of encumbrances, for euultr In house In the marine service that of late
knives, filing equipment, blower sys- and lot or acreage near Portland the average Oertnati civilians have
tern, trucks, etc This is complete would assume or pay cash difference , ,m)k , ,
equipment for a modern box fac- A Currle, 2i7 Hawthorne uve ,
tory plant and is offered for sale In Portland. Oregon 9-7i marine uniform us n probable thief
its entirety Inquire Edgar S Hafer. During the pas tfew w'eeks the
Medford. Oregon. 12-6t WANTED Second hand blacksmith tntus of the marine units has been
outfit uiumti. raitin ranee nml
" r " ulna, ni ,,,, ,.t..l friiin lnf.iri.ini in
Address C C Dennett. Chll- v,v " "' " w"
12-31 gathereil by the Trtlra Army officers
It Is now possible to give a general
In an ar.
uesiaurani, -eo .nam si. ii-ji
JOHN M. LEWIS, Agent
BALE THE GLOBE
VSIIIMSI'US Mhv n Official
lo-iotts on Signal 1'oips eqillpilii'iii
to Nil" inn tnndi' tiubllr toditi nhow
tllll tolli' i. ilill fin III of telephone
wile, fillknuiili to I'ommeri till Use be
fore tlio i". an being tinned out
a llhe into of 211,000 miles a liioutli
nl a cunt of neatly in. MOO, 000 viheil
the mmlstlrii was nlgiii'd
'I he Ameilcan tnlegrapli and lele
phoitu Nisteiii In I'l am e tolali'd '.IR.
nii'i miles when the fighting elided,
this being the seml-permiineut Iti
ntntlallous Whetl fighting wits lit Its
peak, the corps was approximating
the lte of tfS.Oilll miles of Olltponl
wlie it mouth In addition, one de
lelopment of tlie war being the tie-
esslty for I ii o wire circuits for front
I'll" operations to prevent the enemy
from "listening' llj, on the old tvn
single wire equipment Wire wast
are was eitorttioun, as II had to be
ahaniloued whenever nil advance mis
There had been set up In Trance
last November 2S2 American tele
phone exchanges with It.Sfil! lilies
n aching S IUS stations Kien the
tidephone Instritmenls used were of
specal design romhlnlng both tele
phonic nud telegraphic rommuulcu
tlou ami the product Ion of these In
At lite clo... of I,,,,,,,,,,
-I "Mites had. .,,, ' h "It.
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ginning with , ,,,,
Palis of r eld t- , ,
had linn Ii fit in. ,,M .,
a Week In N'oi. in'., i
lllmltlg lown.tl ii, ,
palr H week l I ,, .
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All lllntnillli i,f lh.
ll'llni s uf , ,
mlll,ll i f f ,
lessai V In imu ,,'( ,
leelllri'lni 111 nf it '
to lllin six hiw. r i i ,
was npptoxlin n. 1
let! lllin pair n. ., ,
The tepoil di'vnii
space to ills, iwnli.ii i
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1 1" 'I 'rom n,
the iMIHtitlty needed tins a pr.iblem III
6th and Main Phone 140 ""'lf
'' Ii"' tror.
mad.. In motion ,,,,, iiholonnp,,
during the war Mi ,,, WM (
Is pointed out tl... sirnnl Corp. b
created "a Inn, kind .,( hl.torr otth.
war." a hlstnr) wrliien mllrtlj ,
pictures foi fiinir,. nuirrntlon, to
Carrier pigeon, in.,,-r Morn ,0.
plnved extenslv.'l) in the Anient,,
nrmv. were wnl.il, .P1 n yllM
More limn '..niii vveni imrtlnH
and traliird fur tt.st irvlrr and Ihi
repor lad. I ilmi m hmu1 bi( on
I lie field I he pigrin.-. .lllrrrnl mot.
ll'un t't per ii ni ..f .In. uiruitn ra.
trusted III thri.i flviiie safely thr,
the Iniiv iil nlu-ll bin! gat tirn
(ireai iiu'ilirnl tiriiiiftii are dfrhwl
from hot imtirrnl Imilx !
Tlllt RAf.K nr Etrlnnro lrtS irrM dishes.
near Midland, at a bargain In- oqin. Ore
-nuire T. J. Jackson. Port Klamath. " ""
Orepon. 22-261 -i- ' r.u-inms i Kin m iio Idea of the marine units.
tlcle In the summary of Intelligence
TOR SALE: Fire room cottage. raod-
ern improvements, for sale by own-.
er; close in; furniture lf desired. In-1
eluding piano. Enquire Frank M.
Upp, 511 Main st. 31-tf
191S CHEVROLET, run r.OOH miles.
I nwonderful condition, $650 Dun
ham Auto Co. (-St
FOR SALE 1 h. p. Russell Steam
Threshing engine in good running
order. See J . Mills & Son. Phone 9,
Klamath Falls. Oregon. S-10t
TOR SALE SO acre Irrigated ranch
all prepared for seeding alfalfa.
Four room house, large barn, other
.outbuildings, all fenced; i 60 per
acre. Terms if desired. S miles from
Klamath Falls. See owner. C22
-Main st. 8-tf
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Gentleman's emblem pin,
circle of gold with white enamel
clasp and tiny Eastern Star emblem.
Lost between Shasta and Ilaldwln ho
tel last night; reward It left at Her
ald office. 9-3t
LOST Between Pine Grove and
Horse Fly ranch, door to flro box
of Miller range cook stove Finder
will be rewarded L. Gerber, Lorclla,
FOUND 35x5 casing with rim. on
Topsy grade. Diamond Tire and
vulcanizing Co i2-3t Mayor of Seattle, Who
Issued dally by the Third Army ono.
ofthe American officers says
"The marine units of the Sparta-
cist or doubtful leanings may be con
sidered first. The most Important
of these Ii the Volksmarlne division (H
whl.rh went over to tho Spartacista,
'In the -January and March troubles f
In Ilerlln .but has now been suppres- f
scd in Ilerlln. However. It has a I
branch In Draunschwelg of clearly H
Spartacist purposes. Many who wore B
FOR SALE SO acre farm, good land,
ready for irrigation, a special bar
gain. See owner, 622 Main st. 9-tf
FOR SALE At a bargain, five
room bungalow; modern In every
way. Good location, close in. 1135
Lincoln st 9-6t
TOR SALE 5-room house, modern,
on pavement; give possession June
1st; good terms. A .A. Bellman &
FOR SALE Rahy buggy for sale
cheap. In good condition; must be
sold by Saturday Phone Herald of
PHONE PEYTON lor Wood H2Ri"
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
Notice Is hereby given that the
partnership heretofore existing be
"tween George M. Strow bridge and
Ed I'robst as the Chiloquln Garage
and Auto company, has been dissolv
ed The business will he continued
by George M. Strowbrldge, who will
collect all accounts and pay all bills
due said firm.
GEORGE M. STROWHRIDGE.
ED PROUST 13-6t
t Came to my place May 7th. at 1210
Sargent st.. Klamath Falls, Ore.,
one dark red hull calf about one week
old. Owner may have same hy prov
ing ownership and paying costs. J.
A Jacoby . 12-3-t
Balked Bolshevik Strike
Strayed from my place In Mills ad-
.dltlon ,one bay filly, i years old.
'' weight about 1100 or 1150 lbs.; white
WANTED Messenger boy;
1C years of age. Apply
must ba BI)0t 'n forehead, scar on right front
Western 'oot al ,ne ''1ko of hair on heel.
7.jt Left my place about ono month ago.
Ilranueii uiumonil J on right shoul-
WANTED 4 neat sales ladles at "V: forctop has been cut off. Write
once to travel bring references, to K. L Hlggs qr phone 313, Stand
926 Walnut ave , Klamath Falls ard Oil Co. 12-31
Notice of Hearing Final Account.
In the County Court of tho Stale of
Oregon, for the County of Klamath.
WANTED A woman cook at once.
All summer's Job. Good pay and
light work Phone R. C. Spink, In the Matter of tho Estate of George
Spink's Camp on Spring creek, or see w. Obechaln, deceased
Miss Claudia Spink at assessor's of- Notice Is hereby given that tho un-
flce. 13-2t dersigned has filed his final account
. In tne above entitled count and mnt-
,ter and that Wednesday, the 21st
day of May, at 10 o'clock A. M. In
the court-room of the above entitled
.v i r
r : -. '
f p j.
MAYOR OLE HAMfOtt
llolshovlkl and I. W. W Imvu
learned thut Olu Iluntiin, 'iiotor of
Seattle, Vaui , la nol .1 mm to bo
trifled with. Iiui'id Iiv rarlirul lor-
EXPERIENCED truck driver and court in the County Court House at (.KMOrHi w,.u,irrt v.U(j , rl!lU Kt.
all round auto mechanic desires Klamath I' alls, Oregon, has been fix- . ,.,,, ... ...., ..
position. Apply Herald office. 12-3 o.l at tho tlrno and place at which " r ko' m,t "'Mnor liana....
. the Court will hear the said account Hal1 ' ll'NHvlkl ii.'VMr oven
YOUNG GIRL wants general fiouso and Hottlo tho same. I reached first lj ic ' Tno i.iiivor. v. no
work. Phono 382 12-21 All persons having objections there-' Blurted life in ,i boot'ji'jfk .tt.it c.h
- ","1 'llo ti anic i with the County ci(.c,(m1 )f!:lli of S(iuU1o'h .'it i:oi.,-i-
iii'i k ul uiu ntiiu iuuiiiy Limn un . . ..
or before the said date of hearing m,',u '" m" ",olt fln" Krl" ""
S. C. HAMAKKIt. tllltlgH, organized extra pol'r'J nud
FOR RENT 80 acres of unimproved Administrator with tho will annexed gave thnm orders to shoot (o kill any
Irrlguted land four miles west of of tho last will un dtestau.ent of flmentnrs of trouble. lie Is now
Midland to lease on a flvo year term George W. Obechuin, deceased. ,....,, .i,i rirv in n.(, i ,i ,.r..i
II E. Smith Realty Company 5-Ct 22-29-6-13-20 ., . ro" y inur.st
of the Victory Loan.
ITS A POOR DOCTOR
Who Won't Take His Own Medicine
THAT'S WHY WE ARE USING THIS SPACE TO TELL YOU
WHAT JOLLY LITTLE BUSINESS STIMULATORS HERALD
WANT ADS ARE AND WHY THEY GET RESULTS
THERE IS NO GUESSWORK about a Herald Want Ad. They
do the business. Wo know they pay. Our customers have
told us so time and again. Wo have used them ourselves and
they have never failed to get results. They are tho short cut to a
quick turn-over the modern method of merchandising on a small
scale, where the value of the article to be sold or the importance of
the want to bo filled will not justify a heavy outlay.
If you had something to soil, trade or give away and went out
on the street and told each person you met about what you wanted
to do, you might get results but tho people you talked to would
be very likely to say: "That poor fish has bats in his belfry." If.
on tho other hand, you used a Want Ad, you would talk to the
whole county at once, instead of only ono person, and do it in a
The same rule applies to hiring help, renting a house, looking
for a job, or any one of tho important little incidents of life where
you must call in the assistance of someone outside your immediate
family. You MIGHT get results by telling your troubles to the
neighbors but the certain, quick and economical way is to use
a little classified ad.
Do you want to buy, sell or trade, want to hire hell) or find
work; d,o you want to find a room, a house to rent, or to rent the
same to someone else; do you want to call attention to some new
feature of your business, seek information on some Subject, or
have you any little unfilled want?
'. A A A .. . A A A A A A A A A .
Lots Nos 0, C and 7, In Block 09,
Ileuna Vista Addition, at corner of
Third and California; Splendid loca
tion for an apartment liouao. Also
Lot 1 In Illock &9,. Second Addition
Owner will bo In Klamath Falla
about one week For details en
(lulro at Oregon Ilouso.
Havo dtniy bull, Red Durham, lu-
linrni.il. Iiriimleil V rll'llt bin. HWullolV
fork ii nil under bit left car, ti.idor hit Sft
USE HERALD WANT ADS
THEY DELIVER THE GOODS AND ARE ALWAYS WORKING
right ear Tel. 71 or write Urnc 120
Ft Klamath, Oro. !t-3t
Tho jtmit popularity of tli Travel,
crs LOW COST Guaranteed llfo pol.
Icles is rellecli'il In tho fact tl.at dur
ing 11)18 this proKH'Hsno company Is
sued moro than ai,0O,OO(l of nciv
.life IjiinIiicks. Ask Chllcoto A: rinillli
ubout tho NEW.IUIW policies. 9-tt