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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 12, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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fe,nA tractlro prlco If Pur-
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jIror n fow days only my
WBlJT.. . linnrain. Torms If
fuWrte, 617 Main. U-3f
,&00 will bndlo. Some term..
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JigiLBJ autnB Inquire at
tf JriE-Slh 4 Oak botweon G and
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rdR SALE UCHCrai aiurtiiimu.nu
iU with Portofflco In Conner
Ml Address Theodore I). Young,
mdlud, Oregon. l
riR SALE 225 tons nltalfa hay,
300 acres of pairturo goes with the
l D. Evanlkoff at Tho Albright
riK SALE Houso ana lots In And-
"l n.Mi i,.r fl ft frntit.
HKU, mill, iivk'i -
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MflD&CKt njore iun uu -! f,".
ittset four Mocks from depot, threo
roon house, family orchard, prlco
UWV,insil pajlllVlil nun , " "
tit rest, or will exchango for Klam-
itr propeny nnu umuuiu. . "
Hhkln, Dcatty, Oregon. 9-4 1
FOR SALE 6 room modern linuHO
linanf i)ia hpst lncntloni uf Kllini-
it)Flls 11250 part torraa. House
cf i rooms. Artesian water and cIoko
b J1J50 terms; Modern houso 4
mm t Morki from Main St. 11200
9500 cash and balnnco like rent.
Alio tercral othor snaps In houROH
u lots.or unimproved lot. W. Mi
Viitdlas. 1303 Main. Klamnth I'ov-
elsfment To. Office. 9-tf
DO YOU WANT A HOME ON HAHY
IAYMKNT8T I will build for you,
on your own. lot. a homo to milt you,
on tornm within your moanu. Wrlto
mo, Klvlnft full partloulara of locution,
hIzo nnu tyrxj of boUHo dcnlrud and
amount of canh you enn pay down
und what monthly payincntH you can
mnko. Nelson Kounaovell, 1. O. Ilox
NOTICH OF BAMS OP miUGATION
WANTED Shoon catUe and Iiorb. J.
N. Ilramhnll Malln. 10-3t
WANT TO HORItOW -$1000 on new
modern houso which cost V2&00 to
build. Will pay 8 per cunt for two
yeara and Klvo flrat nTbrtKnpo. Ad
drosH nulldor In care Horald 10-Gt
WANTKD Sovoral young calvex, E.
U. Fronch, City Milk Depot
Phono 296J. 9-4t
WANTEI 15 cords 4 foot limb
wood. Ford Qarngo. 9-tf
WANTED Potatoes to dip on Hbaro.
Any hIzu patch considered.
WANTED Apples or pears to pick
aliuro for labor.
FOR SALE Combination May und
wood rack. Hmtionnbln Albert
Darrein, Old Poor Farm, Keno Itoad,
A post enrd will got mo. S-Ct
NOTICE IS HBnEDY GIVEN that
oealod proposals will be received till
i tho 14th. day of October, A. D. 1911
at tho hour of 8 o'clock In tho even
ing for tho pnrchaao of Forty Thoa
nnd Dollars worth of bonds of th
1 rintorprlso Irrigation Dtotrlct of
Klumath County, Oregon'. BJd
bonds are to bo dated Novo.nbor Irt,
1919 and are to draw Interest at the
rato of six per cent per annum, Inter
cat payable Boml-annnally upon the
.lnt, day of July and the 1st. day of
1 January of each year until the Mttar
ity of said bonds.
i Said proposals will bo received by
tho Hoard of Directors of sold Irrita
tion District, and should be direct
I ed to the Secretary of the Enterprise
Irrigation District, care of Charlea
J. Ferguson, Loomla Building, Klam
nth Falls, nraron.
The Board of Directors reserre'tbe
, right to reject any or all bids offend.
O. J. HILYARD,
Socrotary of the Board of Directors
of Enterprise Irrigation District
you, nnd roforenco to which Is here
ThlB flummonn In published In Tho
Evening Herald, u daily newspaper,
printed and published in the City of
Klamath Falls, OroRon( by order of
Honorublo D. V. Kuykondall, Judgo
of mild court, and dated September
11th, 1919, tho first publication to
bo tn a do on tho 12th day of Septem
C. F. STONE,
Attorney for Plaintiffs.
NOTICE OF HALE OF KSTItAY
Notice is hereby given that on Sat
urday, tho 13th day of September,
1919 nt tho R. W. Tower Ranch be
low Keno, I will sell' at public auc
tion four (4) head of hogs, two (2)
sows and (2) barrows, weight 75' or
80 pound, marked crop off right ear,
undorblt on left ear, tho samo having
been duly advertised In tho County
Newspaper and also by parting not
ices. Datod at Klamath Falls, Oregon,
this 8th day of September'1919.
8-fit 'Ji F. MORLEY, ConBtablo
J. H. Driscoll
Lootnis Bldg. Phone 432
no detriment for
WHiI. PAY CASH For n fow dOHlr
utilo residence lotH, suitable for Im
mediate bulldltiK. Wish to doal with
owners dlroct (live location and
prlco. Nelson Itounsovoll. P. O Hnx
WANTED Small furnished apart
ment Iii(iiIro Herald Office S-tf
Twonty-two head draft horses weigh
ing from 1200 to 1600. E. W. Wll
korson, Lorelln, Or. 4-12t
WANTED TO BUY OU TRADE For
any nnd nil kinds of furniture. Per
WANTED TO TRADE a Now range
I for an old ono, you pay the dlffor
lenco. Perkins Furniture House. 20-tf
Fifty dollnrs or more and nn old
rango will got ono of my new oncB.
Perkins' Furniture Houso 20-tf
FOR SALE Household goods, In
cluding Concord Piano. 1210 Rir
ient St. 9-r.t
FOR SALE Winchester pump gun.
IS gauge. Jas. M. Watklns. Jr.
UMln St. Phono 32011. 9-5t
FOR SALB Ono 1914 Ford Tour
ing car ane 1917 Chevrolet tour
bf ear. Ford tlarago. 9-tf
MR SALE G passenger Pope Hnril-
icra mictime. First class condition
1300.00. Central Oarage. 9-6t
FOR SALE 160 acres, homestead
relinquishments, fully Improved,
Mf Strahorn railroad. Twonty-nlx
nOfjfrom Klamath Falls. For partl
W address No. 16 Horald Office.
WR SALE Largo lotdoslrablo lo.
ratloa at Pelican City. Phono 428.
WINTER RATES At White Pelican
commenco Sept. 1st. Rooms $ 20 &
CITY (1ARBAQE When you want
Gaibago removed phono 91. 11-tt
HELP WANTED 7
WANTED Girl or womnn for gon
ornl housework Perfection Dairy
Phono 19Y. 9-ti
Messongor to work full tlmo at
Westurn Union. Must havo wheel.
Opportunity to lcnrn telegraphy.
Wostorn Union Telegraph Company.
WANTED Two Woodchoppers. Chll
coto & Smith. C33 Main. 4-tt
WaSALE-x Ford bug in A-l con-
lUon ..-nl.l I j.i .i n
Herald office. C-tf
rpR SALE Daroc and Poland
QltlH ann. IL -i .. ..
w. 7.- " "llu 1"BB ov siao.
I m iini Rahn. 6-1 2t
ty 8A,LE OR TRADE Cooking
Btemlla, of various kinds, also a
ttBge Or Inn non.l.. ...'.. - .
we. Perkins Furnituro Houso. 20-tf
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t.u n a wES' Mning, Pabcolln,
.r :Bed.8' Ma"res.e8 and Springs
Hon,. lrBae- "Skins' Furnituro
WANTED Exporloncod woman for
housowork. Reference. Phono 136.
WANTED Olrl for genornl house
work nnd cooking Mrs. O. G. I-ab-nroe,
Bly. Oregon 1,tf
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Roso colorod sash to silk
sweater. Return to Horald offlco.
Sf! urG?oa ryo ,my nlB al-
WttttVH4 PaBtur- Call 338
i?St. or Phone 247 ,M. 12-tf-
"ANTED Hnnm , -
r-xrriwn 6th su 20-tf
MAh"Jmprovea residence lot.j
jiioeaauys Main St. 7tf
LOST $20 bill botweon lime und
Olene, Roward. Address Raymond
A. Anderson, City 0-Zl
LOST Threo to Four Thousnnd
miles on that old tiro you throw
nwny. Havo thorn rotrcaded Half
solod,.or repaired ut Crator Lake Tiro
Sorvlco Station, 1120 Main Klnm
ath Falls, Oregon. pjGt
FOUND rFlvo Thousand miles by
having my old tiro rotreaded at
tl-o Crator Lulto Tiro Sorvico Station,
1126 Muln St. Klamnth Falls, Ore.
SPEjTONfor Wood. lT2R
FOR Dpwt I
fORllEMT. .. '
,,"" for rirt. ff,Bned "'.Plng
" " tchon uVm '""'" nico pore n
.S6,! . water In sink H
L'"eu' d ,nmbl,n.b; not Installed,) '
I. '" C oi i i v."mro,IH steep ng
Tnm now-proparort to furnish
Shasta Sand from tho- Hooy, Uiuu.,
sand and gravol pit, in any quantity
that may bo desired by contractors
Ail F. UKAHAOT.
'nMprfcVfanl board an"
,(ffrit9 plvite'nmlly. a refor-
T I4'a tirnrth linvlntf. It's WOrtll ill-
snrlnjj. Get n-Standard policy from
Chllcoto & Smith,- 033 Mala St, fi-tf
Wn mnlrn n finnrlllltV Of fire. lifO
nnd accident insurnnco. Thone OO and
wo'll do tho rest. Cliilcote & Bnuui.
NOTICE OF MEETING.
Tho drill team of the Rebockah
lodge will meet tonight In tho Odd
Follows hall at 8 o'clock.
Hy order of "the Noble Grand.
SPECTAIj BOND ETiFXJTION NOTICE ,
LANGELIj VAIiLKY IRRIGATION
Notlco Is horoby'given that n spe
cial bond election will bo held Sat
urday, tho 11th day of October, 1919
at tho hereinafter specified polling
plnco In Iangoll Valley Irrigation Dis
trict, Klamnth County, Oregon, to de
termine whethor bondK of said Dis
trict In tho sum of nine hundred
tlmuxand dollars ($900,000) shall bo
Issued for tho purpose of providing
funds for procuring necessary recla
mation works, acquiring tho neces
sary proporty and rights therefor,
for tho purchase and acquisition of
canals, reservoir sites', water rights,
and for work nnd construction, ana
for otherwise carrying out the pro
visions of law.
Tho polls shall bo opened at eight
o'clock on tho morning of the election
nnd be kept open until five o'clock In
tho afternoon, when the same must
At such election tho ballots shall
contain tho words "Bonds .Yes"
nnd "bonds No."
'"t.n itoird of Director have speci
fied tho following polling places in
said District for said olectien:
The school houso commonly nnd
gencrnlly known nnd called the
'.orolln School House, situated in
Section 36, Township 39 South,
Range 12 East of tho Willamette
Said eloction must be held and tho
result thereof determined and de
clared in nil respects as nenrly as
practicable In conformity with tho
provisions of law governing tho elec
tion of officers.
Given by Ordor of the Board of Di
rectors of Langell Valley Irrigation
District this second day of September,
H. J. Ticknor, resident
W. D. Campbell
A. E. Galo
Board of Directors
Attest: A. L. WISHARD, Secretary.
(No. 1091 Equity.)
In tho Circuit lourt. ot The St He of
Oregon For llio Clmntj of Klain
nth. William Ottollnl und Mnrio Ottollnl,
Infants, by C F. Stone, their
Guardian ml litem, Plaintiffs,
William Bellonl nnd Rosa Bellonl,
his wife, Gildn Bellonl. Jnmes W.
Bellonl, Edna L. Flowers f and
Francis S. Flowers, her husband,
To William lielloni, Rosn Bellonl, his
wife, Gllda Belloni, and James W.
Bellonl, defendants nbovo nam
ed: IN THE NAME1 OF THE STATE
OF OREGON: You, and each of you,
nro hereby roqulred to appear and
nnswer tho complaint filed ngalnst
you In the nbovo entitled suit on or
before tho 24th day of October, 1919,
that boing the day of tho list publica
tion of tho summons, nnd tho last day
within which you arc required to nn
swer, ns fixed by the order of publlca
tion of this summons.
If vou fall to appear end onswor,
tho plaintiffs will apply to the court
for tho relief prayed for In said com
nlalnti Said suit Is brought to recover
from you tho following described real
estate, to-wlt: I.bts 4, V8- - 1?' UT
12, 13. 14. 15. 1G, SEii of NBU and
NV of SEW of Section '15; also
SW"tt of Section 14; also Lots 8 am".
) nnd tho SEH of tho NWH ami tho
N', ,of the NW of Section 22, all,
InTu, 40 S. II. 8 B. W. M. In Klam
nth County. Oregon nnd containing
In nil 708.6G acres, moio or loss, and
for their costs nnd disbursements
l0Baid property boing purchased by
Dofondant, William Bollonl, for h.
Ottollnl. July 15, 1911, at a fore
closure salo of ft mortgage assigned
to snld WllHam Bellonl by said h. Ot
tollnl. for tho purpose of such fore
cloBuro: tho said L. Ottollnl having
slnco died, and tho plaintiffs horoln
being his only heirs, all of which
will more fully appear from sain,
complaint, a copy of which Is mailed
LONDON, Sept. 12. Blind andde
Drivcd of both hands, Sergeant Alan)
M. Nlcbola ot the Second Durham!
Light Infantry refuged to be classed:
as an "unemployable" and' today can!
writo letters as proficiently, as any
normal' stenographer. Nlchol's re-j
storation to a seir-supporiing oasia
was accomplished thru patient train'
Ing, a specially constructed typewrit
or, a pair ot artificial aluminum;
hands and his own Indomitable spin
.a r .... .a. a.........! n .....I.I... tAflt
11. IlOCOniiy UC M1bcu a nimus n-oi.
of two hours and fifteen minutes
bis "copy" necessitating only two cor
TWENTY SEVEN DROWNED.
MIAMI. Florida, Sept. 11. Twen-
tv nnvnn momliprn nf tho crew of the
steamer Corydon that floundered dur
ing Tuesday's hurricane were drown
ed. The survivors drifted ashore here
Livery, Feed and Sales
Day or Night
bona; Trips Oar Specialty
: Klamath Ave.
Now Open for
Mrs. Rosa McDaaleto,
301 High St. Phone 455
THE PARISIAN BEAUTY SHOr
Facial Massaging, Bleaching and
RIO Main Phone 800
i u anuurrv
x Physicians anduHargeons
Office, White Bldg.
t ( - J-
DR. G. A. MASSEY
BnltaOO, I. 0, O. V. Bldg
OHce phoae M
Ret Pimm 801T
Klamath Lodge No. 137
I. O. O, F.
Meets Friday night of each week at
I. O. O. F. hall, 5th and Main streets.
P. J.Gerges , N. G.; Fred Bremer
Secretary; P. L. Fountain Treasurer
Ewauna Encampment No. 46, I. O
O. F., meets Tuesday night of eachi
week at I. O. O. F. nan. Arne wor .
rel, C. P.; Nate Ottorbein, Scribe;
P. L. Fountain Treasurer.
729 Main St
Jack Monrow, Prop.
Cigars, Tobacco, Soft Drink J
Peel and Billiards
Barber Shop in oCnnectlon
"Courtesy and Service"
Your Home Laundry
Damp Wash, SO Lbs. 75c
"Put Your Duds
In Our Suds"
jj Corner Main And Conger
' K. F., Bend Stage
a'TH ttk Exclusive
IUDIPr 1136 Main St
We handle the Harley-Davidson
Motorcycles and Bicycles Exclus
ively. Also buy, sell and exenange
all other Makes. Pennsylvania
and Diamond Tires and Tubes.
C. E. BIBMABK
115 S. Oth St. Klamath Falls
We Do All Kinds of Spring Repair
ing New Ones Made to Order
Axle Straightening and
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Phone 2S0-X 017 Klamath .Ave.
You Had Better Order
Your Winter Wood now
Double Load Blocks $7.00
Green Slab, Pine 33.50
Green Slab, Fir $1.50
W. E. SEEHORN CO.
022 Main St. Phone 72
TIMBER FOR SALE
Twenty million feet of standing
timber for halo cheap. Sawmill
and planing mill on premises.
DR. T. B. TIMONY,
Bed Bluff, Calif.
My business Is making your
homes bright and prosperous
by Painting, Kalsomlning and
Satisfaction my guarantee.
W. E. KANDY
17 Main St Phono 103W
MEDICINE AND SURGERY
206 I. O. O. F. Bldg.
FOR ANY KIND OF FURNITURE
At No. 10 Main Street
TBI MB PHONE 170-J
1122 Main St.
) O. K. Lunch
) Formerly at 45 Main St.
' Homo-Made Pies and Cakes.
Cold Meats & Lunch Goods.
Ice Cream and Fruits.
DR. A. A. SOULE
Study Anatomy and Surgery, San
Francisco, Calif., Dr. J. B. Bank
ero has charge pf my practice.
Phone 151J Offlco '402 Main St
A1TOBNEY AT LAW
SI 1-14 WUllta Bldg.
Let your Glass Troubles be My
Reglazlng dono in any part .
ot tho city
B. C. STUCKY.
. Carpenter & Cabinetmaker
Phone 477W 1024 Main.
DR. R. B; CRAVER
Medicine and Surgery
Office .over Underwoods
7th' and Main
Dr. E. G. Wisecarver
Dr. P. M. Noel
Seventh and Main Streets
Loomls Bldg., Kiomatb Falls
DR, C. A. BAMBO
I. O. O. F. Building
CITY AND COUNTY ABSTRACT
ARTHUR R. WILSON
DR. F.. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician Surgeoi
Suite 211, I. O. O. F. Temple
(over K. K. K. Store)
Phone 821 . .
(The only Osteopathic Physl
clan, and Burgeon In Klamt
SAW BIILL ENGINEERING &
Designers and builders of mod
ern Saw Mills, Planing Mills,' Box
Plants. Complete plants contract
ed. Appraisals nnd reports made.
Dredging. Wo contract to 'build
any class of a building and Install
machinery of any kind.
Drafting of any kind done. Blue
Prints made. PHONE 140J
Office in K. D. Building
Civil Engineer and Surveyor
Offlco 517 Main St.
, Phone, Office, 100. Res. 102M.
c WELL DRILLING
C Vocbatzer Bros."& Klabzuba
, McDonald Peel Room
ti t '
Klamath Falls, Oregon
CnOP SUEY AND NOODLE
Short Order Meals Served.
72 Mnln Street '(
KLAMATH FALLS, ORB. A