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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 18, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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WANT! I) .Janitor for Prcnhvttrlnn
. Church Apjily Room 8, Loomls
"-"rroTHAmr i room
J0R 8 ii.m.nlow A very doslr
1 iSpork.,,. lll
-Trr PIANO dood condition
l$"iUi low u 7.0Mor
Dottn ai ui"-"
efBTM3'"'."' Tr" interested 'i-
Slioi K. Herald f".
TO TRADE 1917 Ford Touring
1 car for Konl Roadster, Inqulro
1 lloiiHton Hotel. lH-2t
WANTI.I) llutiniikor at I'arlHlan
Mllllii.r r.l'i Main 17-tf.
FOR HUNT Furnished Iloom.
I Phono 21!) J. lG-tf
WANTCD Men and women steady
"iiiplojiiii'iit miiHt ho ovor 18
yi-arh of age Chelsea Lumber & IIox
EAMATH COUNTY FAIR
October 2d and 3d
rflRSALB- Hi-" Touring cr
E..2inon Make mi offer Call
Herald oldco 4 J to 1 30. iu
mTsAl.B- Kor.l laudator. I npnod
f0LS., mn. electric HKlilH and
. 6 doni.Mo whoota and
titti I'hor.e 20SM J"
MRsiTTTslS ror.l. nearly now.
(500. Dunham darago. '
rOR SALB-ooil rprlKht pinno
1 1 taigJln for $200 -innulro t
III Oak St aftir C 00 o'clock or Sun
day. '" ,
a f. 'mmpni:er Owrliind fuuy
equipped. I'rlco $000 00 See Hill Ken
rOR SALE Heautlf nl R room rosl'
deuce at corner of 10th and Pine.
ii.j... nii imsiinint rurnac"
part payment down- Ilalnnco to milt
irarcbaaer. Aiirncuo irit u !"
tbised direct AddrcfcH Mrs Ce: a
Sndtnan. 312 South 10th & Jeffor-
iod, Corvallls. Oregon ll-2t
rOR SALE C room modern houso
n. i thn Imt Inrntlons of Klaill-
ita Falls J22B0 pnrt terms. House
of 3 rooms. Artesian water ami ciu
li 1150 terms; Modern Iioubo i
noma 2 Mock from Main St. $1200
f 500 cash and balnnco llko rent.
Alio sereral other Knaps In houses
and lots or unimproved lots. W. M.
Montellus. 1303 Main, Klnmnth Dov
tlopment 0,0. Office 9-tf
TOR SLE 100 acros, homestead
llniml)imfnU- fnllv Itnnrovod.
wr Strahorn railroad, Twonty-Rlx
miles from Klamath FallB. For partt
tnlars address No. 1G Herald Office
(WANTED A good Konl (ar Ad
I ilruBn llox 2.'l, Dairy Oro 15-r,t
WANTKI) $r,0() 00 worth of Tin
I Repair work, at' once Vulcanizing,
, Retreading, Half Soles, and Tube llo
1 palrn. lllowoutR $2.50 and up Re
treading $U Of) and up ", Kocs $'l.i -'
00 and up. 'I'm lie ItepalrH 25 tc-nts and
.up. Surface patches, $100 and tip.
I Crater l.nkii Tiro Service Station.
1121! Main St Klamath KhIIh. Ore
KOH THADi:- 2 Iota In Richmond
Calif., as first payment 011 house In
Klamath KaIIh. L. I). I'arkH, KM
Washington. 1 r-r. t
WANTED--(Slil or womnn for roii- i
nal hoiiKework Perfection Dairy.,
' I'honc 1 'iy p-t! '
' SITUATIONS WANTED '
VOt N(i I.ADT (IchIic.1 position In
1 office Kxpcrleniud In clerical ,
woilt and In office of Doctor or
DcntHt Addro.s llox 10 Herald of-,
1 flco. 17-8t I
I WAiS'Tl.l) hy joiuiK woman, any
1 kind of work except hoiiboworit. ,
I Plume 33GW. 17-3t ,
NEAR WILSON BRIDGE
YOUR NEIGHBORS WILL BE THERE YOU BE THERE"
C'MOAN IIACS Wo will pay fhe
cents 11 pound for clean cotton
niKB. Central daniKo. Ki-Gt
WANTfD- PobUIoii as coel: for har
1 vest hand's or In camp Can Klve
I first '-lass refenncei. CiP Wndhlsit;-
tmi Hotel. Room S. 1G :it'
DIlKSSMAKINd of all kinds 133
Tenth St. lG-ut
DO YOU WANT A IIO.MK ON KASV
PAYMKNTS7 I will liulld for ou,
on your own lot, a homo to milt ou,
on terms within your muaiiH. Write
mo, Klvlnp full particulars of location
size and typo of houso desired and
amount of cash you can pay doun
and what monthly payments you can
muko. Nelson Hounsovoll, P. O. llox
WANTIM) Work on ranch hy
ma-rlid man. C. S. Uox 21 Fort
Klamoih Orecon. lG-flt
WANTED Permanent position on
rnnch liv exprrlenced rni"hman,
married Inquire County Agent.
WII.U PAY CASH For a fow deslr
able rcsldnnco lots, sultalilo for Im
mediate huildlllK. Wish to dual with
owners direct. dive location and
prlco. NelHon nounsovoll. P. O. Box
WANTED Two Woodchoppers. Cbll
coto & Smith. G33 Main. 4-tf
WANTKI) (ilrl for Kcneral house
work and cooking Mrs. O. O. Lnli
aree. Ph Orecon 1-tf
WANTED TO UUY OH TUADE For
any and all kinds ot furniture. Per
lORBALE A Ford bug In A-l cou
dltlon guaranteed. Address II. U.
Herald office. D-tf
FOR BALE Duroc and Poland
China sows with pigs at side
FlonellFU Rahn. 6-1 2t
TOR SALE OR TRADK CooklnB
utensils ot various kinds, also a
range or two, noarly any kind ot n
tore. Perkins Furnlturo Houso. 20-tf
WANTED TO TRADE a New rango
for an old ono, you pay tlis differ
ence. Parkins Furnlturo House. 20-tf
Fifty dollars or more and on old
range will get ono of my new onee.
rerklns' Furniture House 20-tf
WANT TO UORROW $1000 on new
modern house which cost J'UCOO to
build. Will piy 8 por cent for two
years and give first mortgage. Ad
dress Builder In euro Herald 10-Gt
CITY OARDAOK. When you want
Garbage removed phone 91. 11-tf
Linoleum, Rugs, Matting, Pnbcolln,
Blades, Beds, Mattresses and Springs
lor sale or trade. Perkins' Furnlturo
FOR SAI-I-Oood re hay nlso al
falfa hay and pasture. Call 338
lraSt. or rhono 247 M. 12-tf
WANTED House Closo in, furn-
snea or unfurnished. Inqulro Hor
lQ office. 30-tf
FOR SALE Fiirnlshlngs for fl six
, room houso 122N Gth St. 20-tf
FOR SALE- Improved resldonco lot.
ut sell. Sco 1008 Main St. 7tf
FjONB PEYTON for WoodlT2n.
LOST AND FOUND
L0SJ""I,et,wecn hore nl Shipplng
Sw"an5.t0 aut0- l'lc:"o leavh nt
""!. ozz mam. Reward. 17-3t
fo.l2Mt wa,cl nni1 clm'n. Tlur-
g. Inquire p. n. Rodgers, Dairy
LS'-n 8ash w'th fringo, Am
tsnk8wM9uty, Bllnl belonging
aid Ttf at"' '"058o return to Hor-
aubiy AViUj m:ncivi pupils
Alathd1vCa?nc1l,ty ot th0 sch001 lB
it.l. aW PUP U Will tin rnlvn.1
tie most cnr!Jflicnrt Aciloy. wboro
' 5 the fl Rf!" nt,tutln will ho glv
kiu Lne. tnorouc 1 tmiuin,. nr ..
oy'calLil.ar!l!!.u,nrs m,y u" Bcr-
rorPreHBu"r nt th0 At,'"l"'f
Mi...:. ftn maro boarders, but
" thern iW"' l)0 rt'coivod and n
Ilm., .e'8. IS a Vlinnnni, II ...III I...
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JAl'K i?SK IHUT1HII MARKS
LONDON, Sept. 18. Complaint Is
mndo thnt Japanese manufacturers
are using British trudemnrks on tho
goods made for salo In China.
Wn mnlrn n RnnplnltV of flrC. HfO
nnil accident insurance. Phono 0 and
we'll do tlio rest. Clillcoto a. smiui.
Morchnnts lunch' at 11 n. m. to X
p. m. Crater Cafo 7th St. B-201
LEGAL NOTICES i
NOTICE OF SALE OF IRRIGATION
DISTRICT BONDS. I
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
sealed proposals will bo received till
thrt 14th. day of October. A. D. 1019
at the hour of 8 o'clock In tho even
ing for tho purchase of Forty Thous
and Dollars worth of bonds of the
I rnterprlse Irrigation District of
! Klamath County, Oregon. Said
bonds are to be dated Novo nbor 1ft,
1919 and are to draw interest n.t tho
rate of six per cent por annum, Inter
est payable semi-annually upon tho
1st, day of July and the 1st. day of
January of each year until tho matur
ity of said bonds.
Said proposals will bo received by
tho Board of Directors of said Irriga
tion District, and should be direct
ed to the Secretary of tho Tnterprlso
Irrigation District, care of Charles
J. Ferguson, Loorais Building, Klam
ath Falls, Oregon.
The Board of Directors reserve tho
right to reject any or all bids offered.
G. J. HILYAUD,
Secretary of the Board ot Directors
of Enterprise Irrigation District.
FORGET YOUR TROUBLES FOR A DAY
WILL HOLD RAIL ACCIDENT
PREVENTION DRIVE SOON.
LONDON, Sept. 18. T. P. (Tay
Pay) O'Connor, dean of the House
of Commons, today presented to Wil-'
Ham Broadbent a check for $2,250 1
and the thanks of the house "as a
testimonial for his 43 years' faithful
service" as cloakroom attendant at
St. Stephen's chapel in the crypt of (
the parliament building where OH-(
ver Cromwell once stabled his horses. 1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
IF MIXED WITH SULPHUR IT
DARKENS SO NATURALLY NO
HODY CAN TELL
The old-time mixture of Sago Tea
and Sulphur for darkening gray,
sti caked and faded hair Is grand
mothers recipe, nnd folks nro again
using It to Keep their hair a good,
evon color, which is Quite sonslhle,
as1 wo nro living In an ngo when n
youthful nppoaranco Is of the great
est advantage '
Nowndnys. though, wo don't have
the troublesome task of gntheiing tho
sago nnd tho mussy mixing at home.
All drug stoijps sell tho leady-to-uso
oroduct, improved b.v tho addition of
Hhor .liigiodlentt., called "Wyeth's
ngo nnd Sulphur Compound" for
tbou't 50 cents a bottle. It is vor
uipular because nobody can discover
t has boon applied. Simply molB'en
'our tomb or -a soft brush with it and
Iimw this through your hair, taking
,nn small stuuid nt 11 tlpio! by morn.
ii.iii. oi-nv iiah'-.dlsannoars, bill
iih"tiiv p"rf ...-.- . -
.the lndlo'j with Wyotlijs
KA" " 1 ... .1....
iTiiWirwlSiilnliur ijoniliuuiiui " nv
Desldes beautifully dnrkeningthe har
after affQWppJlpfttJpnBrtraiso pro
duces that soft lustre" and appearanqe
of abundance which is so attractive
In tho Mnttir of the Kstnte ot Louie I
It. Dixon, DiHea'i'd.
Nollce is hereby givon to the cred
itors of the abovo ostuto and all por
sons hnvllng claims tf'lilnst tho
same, to present such claims, togeth- 1
or with tho piopor vouchers sup-i
porting them within six months from '
tho dnto of tho first publication 01
this notice to-wit: September lSth,.
1919, to the Administrator of snid I
Estnte, Benson Dixon, nt the offico '
of J. II. Carnahan, Attorney at Law,
Rooms 4 and 5 Loomis Bldg., on
Main Street, Klamath Falls, State 1
of Oregon, nnd 1
Notice is hereby furthor given that 1
nnv credit extended to any porsuu
for or on behalf of said Estato, other
than this Administrator, will not bo
allowed or paid for by this Admin
istrator or said Estato.
Administrator ot tho Estato of
Louo B. Dixpn, Doceased.
Next Door to Postofficc.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 17. A.
F. Duffy, manager of the Safety
Section, Division of Operation, Unit
ed States Railroad Administration,
has decided to bold the National
Railroad Accident Prevention Drive
for a period of two weeks, beginning
October lSth at 12:01 a. m., and
ending October 31st midnight, along
the general lines of the recent suc
cessful sectional campaigns of like
Intenbified safety work on Am
erican Railroads has attracted the
attention of British and Japanese
railroad administration for Informa
tion on the subject.
SPRING LAKE DRIPPINGS.
BUy YOUR HOME NOyVT
You may select a borne to suit you
in any part of the City. Can arrange
easy payments for you. See them to
I have two or three of the best in
vestments in the city for the right
party. Excellent income properties
now, and getting better all the time.
Take advantage of Klamath's pro
gress at once. There never was a
If you need money on your home,
or the home you would like to build,
JAMS M. AVATKINS, JR.
620 Main St. Phone 320R
I am now prepared to furnish
Shasta Sand from tho Hooy, Cam.,
sand nnd gravel pit, in any quantity
that mny be desired by contractor?
nd builders. ,..,
AL F. GRAHAM
Klamath Lodge No. 137
I. O. O. F.
Meets Friday night ot each weolt at
I. O. O. F. hall, 5th and Main streets.
P. J.Gergos , N.iG.,;,Frod Bremer,
Sec'rotary; P,. ,h. ounaln Jreasurer
Ewauna Encampment No. 46, I. O
O. F., meets, .Tuesday night of ea$b.
week at I. O. O. F. hall. Arlio Wop
rel, O. P.; Nate Ottorboin, Scribe;
P. L. Fpuntain Treasurer. i ,
ANYWHERE IN THE CITY
Mrs. Htnry Scimen and Mrs. Jesso
Johnson nnd her mother, Mrs. Sel
men visited with Mrs. Schreiner Sun
Mr. Barnes will ttart his thresh
I ing machine Wednesday.
1 The old saying that trouble always
comes double ceitainly came true
i this Week when Mr. Frank Stewart
lost his last two horses. q
Mr Earl Mack is hauling the ven
ter supply of wood for the Spring
Ray Bruce left Sunday for Ash
land whero ho will attend school
Miss Hilda Chase took supper
with Miss Dona Mack Tuesday.
Moved to corner Main
-Our prices are Right
Now is the time to fix that
Roof now before tho rain and
snow come and make "it al
most impossible to do the
work. You sa ve money hy
doing it now, and save your
property, too. Lot mo do your
work and It will bo done right.
SiiS (Itii St.
If You like a Fine Flavored
Tree Tea Ceylon
on our Recommendation
' 16 oz.
f Shirts, collars, fanpy dresses, $
Bilks, woel: colored goods vory X
! very, carofully handled, ,
Try us once. We 'call for ,arid ,
X1 deliver "Quick"1 scrvico our spo- Z
Phtfne 154 ' j I
TIMBER FOR SALE
.Twenty, nilllion feet of titaiidlnR '
"timber for 'sale chenp. 'Sawmill
and' planing viuill lon'-premlscs.
. DR.'T. "n!'TIMONY
"J Red Bluff, Cnllf. r -
Half Pound 8 or.
If You Prefer GREEN TEA
Ask for Tree Tea JAPAN
Klamath Cash Grocery
! ,. WE. SELL FOR LESS ,
Phone 420 717 Main St