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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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urn a ULHOoiiiLu uummiio,
WANTKI) llutninker at Parisian
Mlllliutry- fill) Muln. 17-tf.
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-mt PIANO (l"l condition
-TTXnlco paying business
,S heal 1 5 "uBt bo !" nit I-
f'P' "e"".ln If Interested llll-
iKx B. HarnW office. 17-31
rTilnrnnd now Smith mid
rnR SAM:. - Itco Touring car
.M.ln own. Mnko mi offer. Cnll
BBlolw4 30tor. 3U. IMf
rnRSAI.K-Ford loadster. I speed
WMmlBlon. electric lights nn.
inrttr: 6 demountable wheels and
gpfcone 258M. 10-U
rOR'SALB-1918 Kor.l, noiirlyjiow.
500. Dunham (Inriigo. ir-4f
rOR SALK Cooil rprlRhl pliino--
(IS Oak St. after COO o'clock or Sun-
r.J i; nnOBPTlL'cr Ovcrlllllll fUHY
Htlpptd. I'rlco ,000.00. Seo Hill l.eo
FOR SALE Henutlful 8 room real-
toe at corner of lum nix. i'iiio.
UJarn full IlILII'llllMI t ftimnCC
part payment down Balance to milt
purchaser. Attractive price If nur-
thassd direct. Auuress. aim. tmu
tntman. 312 Smith lOtll & feffO'"-
KH,Conalll. OrcBon. 11-201
wiQPPI 1 AlMcriTTC I WANTKI) Men anil women Hteaily
IVlIOl-.C.I-.LiUlNC.UUo t employment niUHt ho over 18
',,,svwssN-' yearn of age. CIiuIhuu Lumber & llox
KOlt RENT Kuril Islied Km....
I "Phono 21UJ. lCtf
' WANTEDA good Koril cnr. Ail
1 dress llox 23, Dairy Ore. lfi-fit
WANTKI) (!lrl or woman for gen
iirnl housework Perfection Dairy.
I'liono 19Y. 9-tt
WANTKI) -$500.00 worth of Tiro
Repair work, nt once. Vulcanizing,
Retreading, Half Holes, anil Tube Re
pairs. HlowoiitH $2.50 11 ml up. Itu
treuillng $0.00 anil up. Vj soles $ I :i -00
ami up. Ttihu HepalrH 2H cents ami
up. surruco putciies, ji.uo ami up
I ("rater l.nku Tiro Service Station.
I 1120 Main St. Klamath Knlls. Ore.
KOlt TltADK 2 lotH In Itlchmoml
Calif., iw first payment on house In
Kliiiniitli Knlls. 1.. I). I'arkK, l HI
Wuahliigtuu. 1 r. - K t
WANTKI) (Ireen lumher cruder and
I I homo truck driver. Nino Lumber
I Co.. Herald office. ir-3t
WANTKI) Monition aa cook for har
vest hands or In camp Can bIvo
first olatiK refernnccH. Cal' Wnslilnii
toii Hotel. Koom 8. 1 0 -:tt
monoy by her paid for tho caro
nnd management of said promises,
nmountlnB to $178. DO; that tho coats
land dlHhurHomontH of thin suit, and
accruing costs and charges Including
charges for Hoforccs nnd prospcctlva
paving assessments upon High and
1 Second fltrcols In sold city, ho divided
eonally hetweon plnlntlff nnd defend
ants; that plaintiff ho nllowcd $2C0.
00 nttornoy's fees herein; that If salo
of snld promises ho mndo, tho docreo
of this Court award to Plaintiff her
one-half part of all said taxes,
charges, and costs of suit, Including
nttornoy's fees nnd If salo ho not ord
ered of sold premises that plaintiff
ho given n lion upon tho portion of
snld promises awarded to defendants
for her said one-half part of said
tnxfs, charges, expenses, attorney's
fees, costs of suit rind nccrulng costs
I nnd thnt such other and further re
ief he awarded plnlntlff ns,shall seem
meet and ngrecnhlo to cfjulty.
Tins .Summons Is served upon you,
the snld defendants, by tho publica
tion thereof In tho Evonlng Herald,
a newspaper published In Klamath
Falls, Orogon, and of general circula
tion in Klnmath County, Oregon, onco
a week for six successlvo weeks, tho
first publication thereof being made
I August 21, 1919, and tho last publi
cation Octobor 2, 1919, by Order of
the Honorable D. V. Kuykendall,
Judge of tho nbovo entitled Court,
'which said order was made, entered
nnd filed in said Court on August 20,
J. H. CAIINAHAN,
1 Attornoy for Plaintiff.
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JCI-KAN IIACS Wo will pay five
1 cents a pound for clean cotton
I ragH. Central CaniBo. 13-Ct
.1)0 YOU WANT A HOMK ON KASY
I PAYMKNTH? I will build for you,
jon your own lot, n home to suit you.
on terms within your means. Write
lino, giving full particulars of location,
I size and type of Iioiiho desired and
' amount of cash you can pay down
I nnd whnt monthly payments you can
, make. Nelson Hounsevell, P. O. llox
'215. " 11-t.t
IWANTKU If. cords 4 foot limb
I wood. Ford Onrnfio. l-tf
WIM.. PAY CASH For a few derir
nhlo residence lots, Hultablo for Im
medlntu building. Wish to deal with
1 owners direct. (5lvo location and
prico. Nelson Hounsevell. P. O. Kox
married man. C.
on ranch by
S. llox 21. Fort
WANTKI) Permanent position on
ranch by experienced ranchman,
married. Inquire County Agent.
VOTICH TO CltlCDITOKS.
I Notice Is hereby given that tho
1 i"iititsne,i ims by the County Court
' of the State of Oregon, for Klamath
County, been duly appointed Admin
'Ittrator of the estate of Lizzie May
Fcliallock, deceased, and all persons
1 having claims ngalnst said estate are
required to present same to said Ad-
mlriitrrtor at the law offices of R.
C. Croesbeck, In the city of Klamath
1 Falls, Oregon, within six months
from the date of this notice.
I J. F. DAfJCETT.
, Administrator of the Estate of
I Lizzie Mnv Schcllock. deceased.
Dated: September 17th, 1919.
For the Best in Eats Just
Follow the Crowd, and You
Are Sure to Eat at
THE JEWEL CAFE
Jesse Bailey, Prop.
Phone 185 610 Main St
PLANS 5IADE FOR TOUR
WANTED Two Woodchoppers. Cbll
I coto & Smith. 633 Main. 4-tf
' WANTED (Jlrl for general house-
work and cooking Mrs. O. G. Uab
Inrpp. Hlv Oregon. 1-tf
J Red bull, two years old branded
' CV on right hip and hnr 7. on left
stifle. Reward for Information.
8-1 2t J. A. MADDOX
FOR SALE 2 auloi -liitiilro nt
Morris 5th & Onk between r end
I o'clock. 11 -Ct
.WANTED- Small furnished apait
nipnt Inquire Herald Office. S-tf
FOR SAM- B romn modern house
One of the best locations of Klnni
itnFallj $2250 ii.irt lorms. Hotiso
rf 3 rooms Ar'es'mi water mid clot-'
In. $1250 t ri.. Modem Iioiimi I
room. 2 Works (mm Main St. ?12n)
-1500 ensu and Inlinco lllte rout.
)lno fevcral other mim In house'
ud lots or iifmprovcil lots. W. M.
SlMtellm 13 U Main. Klamntli Dov
dopment To. Office i)-tf
FOR SM.K- )i" 111 Ford Tour
ing car- nio 1117 Chevrolet toiir
I?SC3r Ford UaiaK" 9-tf
FOR SAI.K 160 acres, homestead
relinquishments, fully Improved,
far Strahorn railroad. Twenty-six
miles from Klamath Falls. For parti
culars address No. 1C Herald Office.
Twenty-two bend draft horses weigh
ing from 1200 to 1C00. E. W. Wil
korson, Lorclla, Or. 4-12t
WANTKI) TO UVY OR TRADE For
any nnd all kinds of furniture. Per
WANTED TO Til DK a New rnnsc
for an old 0110, you pay ilia differ
ence. Purklnn Furniture House. 20-tt
Fifty dollars or more and nn old
rango will got 0110 of iny new onec.
, Perkins' Furniture Ilouao 20-tf
WINTER RATES At Will to Pelican.
I commence Sept. 1st. Rooms $20 &
FOR SALE A Ford bug in A-l con
ditionguaranteed. Address II. U.
Herald otflcc. D-tf
FOR SALE Duroc nnd Poland
China sows with pigs nt sldo.
Pnoae 11PH rtahn. C-12t
FOR SALE OH TRADE Cooking
utensils of various kinds, also n
ne or two, noarly any kind of a
"tove. Perkins Furnlturo Houso. 20-tf
linoleum, Hubs, Matting, Pnbcolln.
Jaaes, Beds, Mattresses and Springs
w sale or trade. Perkins' Furnlturo
HK, on. if
, WANT TO DORROW $1000 on new
: moclrn house wli'ch cost fS'.uo to
build. Will pay S per cent for two
I years End give first mortgage. Ad
I dress Uulldcr In care Herald lo-Ot
CITY GARBAGE When you want
Gnrbngo removed phono 91. 1 1-tf
F0A,SA1LB Reed ryo liny nlso nl-
1111 . ' uoa Pasture. Cnll 33S
Bt. or Phone 247 M. 12-tf
ild m.Pr un,urnlahod. Inquire Hor
M office. H 30.tf
rTlAJ'EPurnl8nlnK8 for"a six
jooahouse 122N Gth St. 20-tt
iUmrt Improveo residonco lot.
Ljfeeioos Main St. 7tf
gOTOPCTTON for WnnH. H2R
HAVE ROSY CHEEKS
AND FEEL FRESH AS
A DAISY-TRY THIS!
8ay oIm of hot water with
phosphate before breakfast
washes out poisons.
toitranlr . .r am ahlpplng-
m MMU.t0, il0?ae ,envo nt
pJZ Main. Reward. 17-3t
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( Itaxton T..ralch nml cU'. Hur-
.lrd. innuT S" H?p nnd "'I'lo
0goa ' ,ro P' D Ro'lBers, Dairy
k-lj' ' k in-3t
fOUimllpr' - . . .
r1' ad nml i.t .7" o'liiiH-oy paying
Wa d laentlWne purse. T, M.
tw hi ,.,'aln or lltu st8'
P1mSb ,m,U gauntlet glovp.
Ice. vime return to Hornld of-
erlcan 1 with tfrlnger Am.
(l.lii." "BlllltV Rlin.lo l.i.,i
father t?ianiK,mB"i,8, black
ftV Liborn? connlng ladles
t. onsfeH"'!, It returned
...4l, -. .m, aiiop, uzo wnin.
To seo the tliiKe of nealthy bloom
In your face, to seo your skin got
itieuror and clearer, to wake up with
lout a headache, bucknche, coated
tongue or a nasty brenth, in fact, to
fool your best, day in and day out,
Just try Inside bathing everv morning
for one. week.
Before breakfast each day, drink a
glass of real hot water with a tea
spoonful of limestone phosphate in it
oh a liarmloBs means of washing from'
the stomach.llvor, kidneys and bowels
the previous day's Indigestible waste,
t.our bilo and toxins; thus cleansing,
sweetening and purifying tho entire
nllmontary canal before putting more
food Into the stomach. The action ot
hot water and llmeBtono phosphate on
up empty Btonmeh Is wonderfully In
vigorating. It clenns out all the sour
fermentntlons, gases nnd acidity and
elves one a splendid appetite for
A quarter pound of limestone pIiob
nhnto will cost very little at the drug
store but is sufficient to demonstrate
thnt Just ns sonp nnu not. .noi
cloanses. sweetens nnd freshens the
Bkln, so hut water md limestone phos
phate net on tho blood and internal or
gans! ' Those who are subject to con-
Btliiotlon.bllloiis nttneks, acid stomach
rhfliimntlo twinges, nlso those whose
sttin is sallow and complexion pallid,
are assured that one week of insiao
bnthlnc will have them both looking
nnd feeling better In every way. Ad,
NOTICE OKS.LK OP IRRIGATION
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
periled proposals will bo received till
the tlth. day of October. A. I). l:19
nt tho hour ot 8 o'clock fn tho even
ing for tho purchaso of Forty Thous
and Dollars worth of bonds of the
Fnterprlso Irrigation District ot
Klnmath County, Orogon. Said
bonds aro to bo dated Kove nbor Irt,
1919 nnd are to draw Interest at tho
rato of six per cent per annum, inter
est payable semi-annually upon tho
1st, day of July and tho 1st. day of
Janunry ot oach year until tho matur
ity of said bonds.
Said proposals will ho received by
tho Board of Directors of said Irriga
tion District, and should bo direct
ed to tho Secretary ot tho Enterprise
Irrigation District, caro ot Charles
.7. Ferguson, Loomis Building, Klam
ath Falls, Oregon.
Tho Board of Directors roservo the
' right to reject any or all bids offered.
I G. J. HILYAUD,
Socretary of the Board of Dlrectots
I of Entorprlso Irrigation District.
SUMMONS FOR PURLICATIOX.
(Equity No. 1089) .
In Tho Circuit Court of tho State of
Oregon For the. County of Klam
ath. Emma Wing, Plaintiff
Hilda Cooper and the unknown heirs
of Hilda Coopor; also all other
porsons or .parties unknown
claiming any right, title, estate,
Hon or interest in or to the real
estato described in tho complaint
To Hilda Cooper and the unknown
heirs of Hilda Cooper; also all
other porsons or parties unknown,
claiming any right, title, estate,
lion or interest in or to the real
estato described in the complaint
heroin, tho above named defend
ants: In the namo of tho State ot Oregen:
You aro hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filea
against you In the above entitled suit
on or before tho 7th day of October,
1919, that being tho last day "of the
tlmo prescribed in tho Order of Pub
lication of Summons herein, nnd if
you foil so to appear, plead, answer,
demur, or otherwise move therein
within said time, for want thereof,
plaintiff will apply for tho relief pay
ed for In her complaint herein as fol
For a Decree ot tho above entltien
Court that Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 of
Block 4 of Ewauna Heights Addition
to Klamath Falls, Oregon, according
to the duly recorded plat of said Ad
dition, on fllo in the office of the
-. .. nio-ii- nt TfinnuLth County.
Oregon, bo partitioned between the
plaintur ana uoienuuuuj uui u."
rid; that pla ntlft he awarded an un
divided one-half thereof; that It said
lands cannot bo equally divided bo-,
twoen plaintiff on the one hand, and
defendants on tlio other hand, then
.i. onin nf until iimmlses be made
and tho proceeds derived from such
salo be divided equally ueiwuuu 1.110
plaintiff on the ono hand, and the
,irn,innio nn tim ntlier hnnd. accord
ing to the respective shares or Inter
ests of plaintiff and aorenuanis mere
In and thereto; that plaintiff bo re
..i.i 1... jnrinnla the one-half nart
pf the taxes by,, her paid upon said
premises, for-the years 1811 'to 1918,
inclusive, amounting to - $402.30,
and the one-halt part of ttte
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned has by the County Court
of the State of Oregon, for Klamath
County, been duly appointed Admin
istrator, with will nnnexed of the es
tnte of John J. Lockmon, deceased,
and all persons having claims
ngalnst snid estnte are required to
present same to said Administrator
at his law offices in the city of Klam
ntli Falls, Oregon, within six months
from the date of this notice.
R C. GROESBECK,
Administrator with will annexed
of the Estate of John J. I.ock
'itPd: Sentcmber 17th, 1919.
17-2 4-1-8-1 ."
HELENA, Mont., Sept. 17-Plans
aro being made for a motor tour
from Montana to California this fall
in the interests of the park-to-park
good roads movement. The tour
would be started by a delegation
from Montana, according to prelimi
nary arrangements, to be Joined by
other automobllists In Washington
and Oregon. Stops would be made
at the more important points on the
LARGEST TUNNEL IN
WORLD BUILT THRU
SOLID GRANITE BANK
BKGGS AUTO WOUD-SAtf Attachment
Ooe man cut 15 cordi; 2 men, 35 cord.
Goes Anywhere Any Adto.
BRIGGSfi BURPEE CO.. Inc., Mamfectaers
27 Hawthorn Ave.. Portland.
Sand for lnfomtl on and Illustrated Circular
APPLY SAGE TEA
LOOK YOUNG! URING RACK ITS
NATURAL COLOR, GLOSS AND
SEATTLE, Sept. 17,-ConstructIon
of a fourteen-mile tunnel through
solid granite-the largest of Its kind
in the world-is to be part of the
engineering feats connected with the
Methow-Okanogan Irrigation project
In Washington. This project, when
completed will furnish irrigation
for approximately 45,000 acres of
land. The cost of the development
voted by the districts embraced In
the project, and to be aided by the
state, is estimated at $8,000,00.
Four years will be required to build.
The Methow-Okanogan project Is
but part of an ambitious program of
reclamation work undertaken by
Washington, and made possible by
the recently passed st3te reclama
Ladies' & Men's
MADE TO ORDER
BE8T OF WORKMANSHIP
PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED
Prices lire very reasonable
Your inspection invited
Chas. J. Cizek
618 Main St.
Common garden tKe brewed Into n
heavy tea with sulphur added, will
turn gray, streaked and faded hair
beautifully dark and luxuriant. Just
a few applications will prove a revela
tion if your hair Is fading, streaked or
gray. Mixing the Sage Tea and Sul
phur recipe nt home, though, is trou
blesome. An easier way is to get a
c-cent bottle of Wyeth's Sage and Sul
plmr Compound at any drug store all
ready for use. This Is the old tlmo
recipe improved by the addition ot
While wispy, gray, faded hair is
not sinful, we all desire to retain cur
youthful appearance and attractive
ness. By darkening your hair with
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound,
no one can tell, because It does lt so
naturally, so evenly. You just damp
en, a sponge or soft brush with It and
draw this through your hair, taking
one small strand at a time; by morn
ing all gray hairs have disappeared,
and after nnother application or two,
your hair becomes beautifully dark,
glossy, soft and luxuriant.
ANYWHERE IN THE CITY
Western Transfer Co.
Moved to corner Main
Our prices are Right
ii Flat Work 'J
jh Shirts,' collars, tfancy dressosi J
silks, wool; colored goous very .i
vnvv cnrnfullv handled.
T Try us once. Wo call for and
deliver. Quick service our spe- ,.
T.' clalty. i'
Hoagland & McCollum
Next Door to Postoffice.
J. H. Driscoll
Loomis Bldg. Phone 432
TIMBER FOR SALE
Twenty million feet of standing
timber for sole cheap. Sawmill
and planing mill on premises.
DR. T. B. TIMONY,
Red Bluff, Calif.
Now Is the time to fix that
Roof now before tho rain and
snow come and make !, lt al-
raost ' impossible tos,"do-the
'work! r. You sa vo money, , by j
dpjng'it now, , and save your""
, property, tod. Let me "do your
' work and It will bo lone right.
I W. D. MILLER )
Phone 203 232 th St.
Livery, Feed and Sales
Day or Night
Long Trips Oar Specialty
Pbopo 180 822 Klamath Ave.
729 Main St."
. T PASTIME( ;:
4 L Jack , Monro vrj Prop.?
K J' til' ' ,w A
Cigars, Tobacco, Soft Drink.s
Peel nnd Billiards " '"
Barber Shop In oCnnectlon
"Courtesy and 'Service