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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 23, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Hectlon 21, in township 33. south,
rafigo 7 Vi East of tho Wlllamotto '
Meridian In Klamath County, Ore
gon, thenco West 200 foot, thonco
Houth 108 foot, thonco East 200
foot, thonco North 108 foot, to tho '
plnco of beginning.
This citation Is published by order
of tho Honornblo It, II. Dunnoll,
Judgo of tho county court for Klam
ath County, stato of Oregon, mada
and entered on tho 2Cth day of Aug
ust A. I). 1919.
Tho HON. R. II. DUNNELL,
Judgo of tho County Court of tho
Stato of Oregon, for tho County of
Klamath, with tho seal of said
Court affixed, this 30th day of
August, A. D. 1919
Attest: C. It. DEL.AP, County Clerk.
Not ire of Meeting of Equalization
Hoard of Uio Horsefly Irrigation
Notice is hereby given that Tho
Hoard of Directors of Tho Horsefly
Irrigation District will sit as a board
of Equalization commencing Tuesday,
tho 7th day of October A. D. 1919 at
DRIVES WINNING RACES WITHOUT HANDS
"Zvllia iicroH, 8 miles ,()Ml
r0R SAI.K--J0 liens, rr
f Klatimtli Kins, in
CincUulcJ; caul. propositi""
,i frnnl 11011(111711, 1 GO I
'" pr "ciV y "all ulUlor iVrlKU-C
fid m.Ho'm.1 burn .in.l out-,
v rnnnn nml iMKiiiiioni; modern
SIX r0?",,,'l StirliiKH Addition, on
.a?, ' big ol. llnniKO. chicken
Band .-ark. outbuildings.
i oiiceinlni; tie
OieK '1' H"11 "
Xor l"r"r '
t, hi cut ii An
JorIamV Furniture rugs nml
all boMcluxlil goods must bo
..UhvfKt I'll Ul SUJ WIIHIIIIII,
FOR SAM: ' owner, b Ix room
modern litmno Tor ins or clionp for
, Jb. Inquire 416 IMnoBt. I'liono 17.
FOR BALE 8 foot show caso aiho
glasj ribbon case. Inquire Hrnnd
OVERLAND FOR SALE Or will
trtde for nbeop owes or lombs.
J E. Hanon, Merrill, Ore., Phone.
FOR SALE ItcBldonro
blocks from Mam St.
mn SAI.& Dandy little house on
Tcr.lh Et $17un halt cash. Lot on
Ma'n SI $500 I.oti close In at SOO'I
UiJ J350 liOtn n iiivemenl 2 l)i;t.
(mm .Vain bi J20 00 per loot. Teriu.i,
ou all our lots M. Montel'U"
with K I) Co 1 '(i,l Main St 2U tl
FOR SAW: Parlor Heating Stove.
Ftacllcally new Pstd two inontlis
Trice $15. Oil Lincoln St. 20-3l
FOR BALK Two Ford Touring
ran and Ford delivery car. Hoag
FOR SALE OR TRADE 4 room
modern Bungalow. A very dcslr-
Ule location. Bee Perkins. 18-tf
UPRIGHT PIANO Oood condition
$195 terms as low as 17.00 per
Bontb at Shepherd's. 17-tf
Ooot 5 passenger Overland fully
qtlpped.J'Tice $600,00, Bee Bill Leo.
TOR'SbB Beautiful 8 room resl
dence at corner of 10th and Pine.
Modern full basement furnace
Prt payment down Balance to suit
Purchaser. Attractive price If pur
JMied direct. Addross. Mrs. Corn
Sanderson, 312 South 10th & Jeffor
wn, Corvallis, Oregon. 11-201
TOR SAtE OR TRADE Cooking
utensils of various kinds, also a
nose or two, nearly any kind of n
e. Perkins Furniture Houso. 20-tf
Linoleum, Rugs, Matting, Pabcolln.
Wdes, Beds, Mattrossos and Springs
' sale or trado. Perkins' Furniture
WH?T,ED House Closo In, lurn
, ... or un'urnlshed. Inquire Her
4 office. 30-tf
WR SALE Furnishings forn six
om house 122N 6th St. 20-tt
FunSlAI'VImnroV(:Q residoncq lot.
Jt sell. See 1008 Main St. 7tf
PEYTON for Wood. 112r"
tn?0! ?our wtch keep tlmo? If "not
-i "laiers Jnwniry store. 20-2t
TIMBER FOR SALE
?"! mllllon feet of sUutdlnK
""w for solo cheap. Sawmill
Mo PlolnK mill on promises.
DR. T. B. TIMONY,
'lea Bluff, Calif.
J H. Driscoll
mUBIdg. Phone 432
P. O. Hox
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Wlilto K- tun Fox Terrier
No collar. Howaril. .1 A. Cordon,
White IVIIcnu (liiritKu 'i'.i-'M
FOUND- $'J.r.O l)ii gutting
hoIu for my old cimlng. in
percent off on SturgPH hnlf-Koli'H
St. Klamath Falls, Ore.
LOST Chuck for
to John Colon.,
rnl.mi i I'ndor
Churls for $1 1 7 . 3 f. , puyiihlu
( olomiiu. Finder please
LOST llelow Midland, one black
leather case for IheimoH bottle
l.eavo at Herald Office. 22-21
LOST Mi'tween Kl'imuth Pulls and
Kliinmlh Am in 1 '. ' i i !.' .nil
i 'in I in i 1 ' i' ii l" I ' i' 1
II ' White 'i 'C ,il I u i " '
FOR LEASE A tractor proposition.)
Several hundred acres of burned I
over title land in fine condition for
disking, ft nilUmS. E. of Midland. M.
FOR RENT -2 room furnished,
house. Hnrk of burned store on
Sixth Street. Mills Addition. 22-2t
WANTED Rubber Hoots, to vul-1
citfilic. You duck hunters, how
about that cold water socplng In
your boots on a cold morning? Wo
ran vulcanize that leak. Hrlng them
In Youis for dry feet. 112C Main
St. Klnmnlh -Falls, Oro. 22-Ct
Room fi r!
FOR RENT ApnitmetitB and sleeo
lr" rooms- 1 Ml per week Fail
ftirn'shed. 102 Main, i'hono isr i
WANTKD TO Hl'V OR TIIADK For
any and all kinds of furniture. Per-
kins. 20-tf I
WANTKD TO TRVliE n .New range
for an old onu. vou nay tile diffor-
enco. Pcrkius Furnituro Houso. 20-tf
Fifty dollars or mora ana an old
ran ice will get one of my new ones.
Perkins' Furniture House 2-tf
WANT TO BORROW 1000 on new
modern house which cost $"2r,00 to
build. Will pay 8 per cent for two
years and elye first mortgage. Ad
dress Builder in care Herald 10-6t
CITY GARBAGE When you
Garbage removed phono 91.
and accident insurance. Phone M and
we'll do t'e rest. Ctmcote A Bmlui.
We moke spoclalty of fire, We
AND KU1, I'll Lit
Hnlr thnt loses its color and lustre,
or when it fades, nirns gray, dull and
lifeless, Is caused by a lack of sul
phur In tho hair. Our grnndmothors
made up a mlxturo of Sage Ten and
Sulphur to keep her locks dark and
beautiful, and thousands of women
and men who vnlue that oven color,
that beautiful dark shnde of hair
which Is so attractive, use only this
Nowndays we get this famous mlx
turo, improved by tho addition of oth
er Ingredients by asking at any drug
storo for a 50-cent bottle of "Wyetb'e
Sago and Sulphur Compound," which
darkens the hair so' naturally, so
evenly, that nobody con possibly toll
it ha8 been applied. You Just damp
en a snonee or soft brush with It ana
draw this through your hair, taking
one sninli strand at a time. By morn
Inc the gray hnlr disappears; but
what delights the Indies with Wyeth's
,re and Sulphur Compound Is that.,
,...., ,....u.,nv .tnrkimlnc tho
besides beautifully anrKoning mo
lutlr after a few npyllcatlonB it also
brings bnek the gloss and lustre nnd
gives it nn nppoarnnco of abundunce.
, t tt.,i 3 t in'
See tho l,wW toot " j Snl s
for men nnd Bojs nt K. K. K. Store .
surlnff. Oct a Standard policy from
Cbllcote & Smith, 033 Main St. B-tf
FEW FOLKS K
GRAY ! il
WANTED ('hiiliimen for
lllghuay surveys. Apply
Main Street I'hono 44!).
COOK WANTED for hay
(.nod uiiKUK-- Dan I.lskuy,
Or Cull Kallna Store.
WANTED Men and women steady
employment mtiHt hu over 18
yoaiH of ago. Cludnea Lumber & Box
WANTED- filrl or woman for gen
eral hotiKework Perfection Dairy.
I'hono 1!Y. D-tl
WANTED SITUATION- American
"i'i yeiiia old Log Scaling, Commis
sary, Timekeeper Etc. Accurate, und
Competent Address A II. Herald of
i ! " UOOI. !() V. ants woilt
1'iuiiiiiiK or een nga. Would
work tn private family for room and
board. Phono 207 or Call at 727
.Main St. 20-31
married man. C.
on ranch- by
S. Hox 21. Fort
WANTED Two, Woodchoppers. Chil
cote & Smith. C33 Main. 4-tf
WANTED Ctrl for ceneral house-!
work and cooking Mtb. O. O. I.ab
aree, Hly, Oregon. 1-tf
Merchants lunch at 11
m. Crater Cafo 7th St.
m. to 3
1 am now prepared to furnish
Shasta Pnnil from the floey cam
sand and t'ravel pit. In atn iiunntln
that may be
desired by contractor1
i and builders,
Al F GRAHAM
- NOTICK OF SAM! OF IRRIGATION
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
seaieu proposals win do received tin
the llth. dav of October. A. D. l'.M9
at tho hour of 8 o'clock In the even-
ung ror tno purchase or Forty Tboua-
Fnterprise Irrigation District of
Klumath County, Oregon. SsJd
bonds are to bo dated Novenber let,
1919 and are to draw Interest at the
rate of six per cent per annum, inter
est payable semi-annually upon the
1st, day of July and the 1st. day of
January of each year until the matur
ity of sold bonds.
Said proposals will be received by
the Board of Directors of said Irriga
tion District, and should be direct
ed to the Secretary of the Enterprise
Irrigation District, care of Charles
J. Ferguson, Loomls Building, Klam
ath Falls, Oregon.
The Board of Directors reserve tne
right fo reject any or all bids offered.
G. J. HIL.YAHU,
Secretary of tho Board of Directois
of Enterprise Irrigation District.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the County Court of Tho Shito oi
Oregon for tho County of Klam
uth. In tho Matter of tho Estate of Ed
mund W. Gowen, Sr. deceased.
Notice is hereby given that nil per
sons having claims against tho above
entitled Estate, shall present tno
samo on or bofore six months from
tho dnto of this notice, properly veri
fied with vouchors attached, to tho
undersigned, at her residence at 305
Pine Street, Klamath Falls, Klam
ath County, State of Oregon.
Dated August 2Cth, 1919.
v Sarah H. Gowen,
Administratrix of tho Estate of Ed
mund W. Gowen, Sr., decoased.
In Tho County Court of Tho State of
Oregon For Tho County of Khun-
In tho Matter of the Estate of S. B.
To E. S. Gardner, Nellio Bailey, and
Viola Llobert. Greeting
In the name of tho State of Oregon,
You are hereby cited to appear In the
Countv Court of the Stato of Oregon,
fnr th County of Klamath, in tho
Court Room, thereof, In the County,
r-nnrt. House, in said Klamath Coun-
Ity', Oregon, in tho October term there
of nt 4 o'clock p. m. on tho llth day
of October, a. u. iiu ;n uuuuo
n.. nf anld pnlirt
nttd men ami
Mm tn show cause, if any exist, why
this court should not grant je
er of tho petition of F. L. Burns, aa
,-.,", . nbovo entitled Es-
aBklng nconso 0f this Court, to
Bell nt private sale, upon tho terms to
be- prescribed by the Court, all of the
following described Real Estate, be-
longing to said Estate, to-wlt: A piece
,l BBinBj ,n
or pur K,amath( Kiamatn County,
stato of Oregon, nnd described as fol-
at a point 200 feet
south of the northeast corner oi
tho hour of 3.30 p. m. to hear objec
tions to tho assessment roll of Tho
said Horsefly Irrigation District, for
the year of 1919-20 said assessment
roll fliay bo examined at tho district
office in Tho Darlcy Hotel building,
J. E. PADDOCK,
Sccrotary of Tho Horsefly Irriga
tion District, Bonanza Oregon,
Dated Sept. 1st, 1919.
In (lie County Court of the State oi
Oregon, For the County of Klam
ath. In the Matter of The Estate of Milton
J. Harper, Deceased.
NOTICE IS HEHEHY GIVEN, That
the undesigned Is the duly appointed
I ,iU' I eii'l .i""ii; .idri'n' tr.itrix
ol tliVc Mte ol Milton t Il.irpir.de
teased. All perfcons having claims
against tho said estate will present
them to this administratrix, duly ver
ified with vouchers attached, within
six months from the date of this no
tice at the law offices of II. M. Mann
ing, uttorney for said estate at his of
fice in tho I.oomis Building, Klamath
Falls, Klamath County, Oregon;
Dora Harper, administratrix of the
Estate of Milton J. Harper, deceased.
July 31. 1918.
WHEN YOU WAKE
' UP DRINK GLASS
OF HOT WATER
Wash ths polsros .nd toxins from
system jufcro pjttfhri more
lood Into stomach.
Snys Inside-bathing makes any
onn look anj feel clean,
sweet and refreshed.
A'ah yotuselt on the inside beiore
breakfast like you do on the outside.
iiur, It, vastly uioie lmpoitant because
he skin pores do not absorb impuri-.
ies nto the blood, causing illness
jvhile the bowels pores da
For even) ounce of food and drink
aken Into the stomach, nearly an
mnce of waste material must be ear
led out of the body. If this waste ma
erlal is not eliminated day by day it
lulckly ferments and generates pols
ns, gases and toxins which are ah
orbed or sucked into the blood stream
hrough the lymph ducts which should
uck only nourishment to Bustaln the
A splendid health measure Is to
irlnk, before breakfast each day, a
ilass of real hot water with a tea
poonful of limestone phosphate In il.
which is a harmless way to wash these
poisons, gases and toxins from the
tomach, liver, kidneys and bowels
important to keep clean and pure on
bus cleansing, sweetening and fresh
ning the entire alimentary canal be
'ore putting more food into the stom
A quarter pound of limestone phos
ibate costs hut very little at tho drup
tore, but Is sufficient to make anyone
in enthusiast on inside bathing. Mei
wake up with a dull, aching head oi
have furred tongue, bad tasts, nastj
breath, sallow complexion; others who
,ave bilious attacks, acid stomach oi
onstlpation aie assured of pronounced
improvement in both health and ap
learance shortly. Adv
AKRIAh MA Hi FROM
WEST INDIES PLEDGED,
NEW YORK, Sept. 22. Inaugur
ation of aerial mall service 'between
the United States and West Indies
in tho near future has been promis
ed by Otto Praeger, second assist
ant postmaster general.
Now is tho time to fix that
Roof now before tho rain and
snow como and make It al
most Impossible to do tho
work. You sa ve money by
doing it now, and savo your
proporty, too. Let mo do your
work and It will be done right.
W. D. MILLER
233 Oth St,
V - wfo$Mm0
Always a lover of horse flesh,
Colby Turner of Wilmington,
Ohio, did not let the loss of both
hands whn a boy. Interfere with
his alms and as a result he is to
day one of tho most successful
race drivers, despite his handicap.
f Turner drives his horses by
winding tho reins about tho
stumps of his arms as shown in
tho largo pUr- re. Tho small pic
turo fhowt Turner bohind his
pacer. H'g Frank D 2-17 1-4. He
developed tne gre.it "
PAVING HELD UP
BY ESPEE WRECK
The plant for the mixing of the
"hot stuff" to be used by tho War
ren Construction company in paving!
tho streets, Is completed and the top'
coating would have been spread or I
started this week if the tunnel at'
Kennet had not caved in. 'As things
now stand the company's whole sup
ply of oil is waylaid on the otherside
of the tunnel, and until it can be
gotten through no pavement can be
Artistic piano tuning and player
work. Call Morgan at Earl Shep
herd Co. 16-12t
Gold Seal top Notch and Ball
Brand Rubber Boots, K. K. K. Store.
Duxbak Hunting Clotbes at K K
K Store. 22-fit
Dr. James' Headache Powders
give instant relief Cost
dime a package.
Nerve-raekinir. aDlittinff or dull.
throbbing headaches yield In just a few
moments to Dr. James' Headache Pow
ders which cost .only 10 cents a, ,pack-r
ige at any drug store. It's the quick
est, surest headache, relief .in. the. .whole
worlds 0Wt.j'nuTrJ ....Relieve the
agony and distress now! You can.
Millions of, men ,nnd women f, have
found that headache and neuralgia ,
misery is needle. ..Get what you k I
for. ' I
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 each
week at I. O. O. F. hall. Arlle Wor
rel, C. P.; Nate Otterbein, Scribe;
P. L. Fountain Treasurer.
ANYWHERE IN THE CITY
Western Transfer Co.
Moved to corner Main
Our prices are Right
T Shirts, collars, fancy dresses,
4, silks, wool; coiorea gooas very
vory carefully handled.
X Try us onco. Wo call for nnd
deliver. Quick service our spe-
1 Phone 154
lost his hands 30 years ago when
he fell in front of a mower whom
loft alone In the Told by bis father
He has "stnr" mt." f,.. ... i, ,.
LEAVES FOtt WASHINGTON.
Mrs. Jennlo E. Ballenger, moth
er of Postmaster W. A. Dclzell, who
has been hero for tho past seven
weeks visiting attho DeUell home
on Crescent Avenue, left Sunday
morning for her home at Bollinp
nam Washington. Mrs. Ballenger
has visited in Klamath Falls on pre
vious occasions and has a large cir
cle of friends in this community.
She was accompanied on her re
turn by her grandson, Tom Delzell,
who will enter the Oregon Agricul
tural College at Corvallis.
One hundred and forty
head of fine wool and
for sale. Prices reason
able. E. M HAMMOND
Hoagland & McCollum
Next Door to Postotficc.
Day or Night
1ong Trips Our Specialty
822 Hlamath Ave.
foWWVVM--,-(--iiii- --!- -i-i--i-i-i-i-f
Phone 460 729 Main St.
lie Cream Candles
Jack Monrow, Prop, .
Cigars, Tobacco, Soft Drink,
Peel and Billiards ,
Barber Shop in oCnnectlon. j
"Courtesy and Service"