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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 27, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Tninvcoi AQCinrn pnmiiMQ! helpwanted 1 All IK I ISsii I
ALU o uLAooIiIlU UULUVno ;ru w "" & Mia I
JJl ,ni1' 2C-3t
cf?T7El.RCal Estate I ROOMS, APARTMENTS , wanted Man to work ,. ;" M fmxmzxzxxmmw n i BrimmTMCftEim
I-Urt. Jr -v-v nw good wages- nil winter's 1o!i. An-'ES
ii,iU CKmn . Nl AIm"""''" '"' hI''P- ' Whit., ranch 1 ij miles fromH ' B
Iloiuo. inw in,; iooiiib l.'l.r.o n r week. Fuel town. l'Jionu HM, 25-Iit I SI H
WANTED Cliaiiirnen for filtid. K4 tH
Mll'llWaV Hlirvevs. Annlv 1.111 Di
.GENTLEMAN -Wants a furnished Main Strict Phono 449 20 7t,ij
room Vicinity- IJrcl t Jefferson ' - -- H
iUt . I' O. 4K8. 2l-3i WANTED (ilrl or woman for gou- M
inl" i 'Nil houxowork 1'erfoctlon Dairy ' .43
I'liono 11Y ft-tt Kj
-- ..! ,. ni
TO" .b'"LUn Tenm. r cheap for
f " , Mf, pino St. I'liono 17.
FOR Ill-INT Apartments itnil sleep
ing iooiiih l.'l.riO per week. Fuel
fiiinlHliud. 102 Main St. I'liono 4GS
GENTLEMAN -Wants a furnished
room Vicinity- lircl fc Jefferson i
- ..... iiniilv little house
W ?.' o. f 7-0 ll.llf CIlHll I-lll "II
TMlin ni " '. . ... ... n,wi
do-ie In at J.1-MI
' . j.fd l.nl. 11
mi '...;.. .. no ni.r foot, TorniHi roil
vi St 00 ,"'1
FOR SALE OR TRADE
J1-.it i WANTED (ilrl or woman for kpii
: i enil houxowork I'urfcctlon Dairy
I inline i 1 1 -tt
il pitemmit 2 IiIIimI
i.nn Main '
l,v .. ... .....
ca 0,r !'"
ittK P f
vnltSAM' UraiHinil " room -m-"""'
, ,.r mill and I no
.euro ' """ :
.il. full li ' -i"1' rurtliiro
Modern im ,' . ... . ..,.
Sscr Atir . I w- price If pur
Pk, rT.llroot .l.lr.-x Mrs Com
. Cnr.ftllls. Ore-gull X 1 .t
SALE Oil TRADE Indian'
M Monti, iim j Motnrcyplo with Hldo car. Wlnter-H.rPTTrrrT; I
,iil Main SI 2 tfl.Towelry Store ";." M I I-U - Sltuiitlon as auto meen
" ' '""'' '" ,;""(l K'-ruBU. C II. K Ho
J son, tornllls.
Wit. I. THAlJiI- I-'or real estate, lined
car In f.ood condition, I new tln-n,
ovt n m.i.i.. Adlitrtii 7. Herald.
I-'OH SVI.I. ()l TIIADC- I r.i.i-n
inn '"in lliiiiK-tlow A veiy dedr-
aldi- lo iiIIijii S'-e I'etkinx 1 s-t f
for ti hIx
! Mn eii.iv V -irn alllllKH
,uiv " ,OOM c n.ff
room nouso ii "-
WANTHD Two Woodchoppcra. Chll-'
1 coto & Smith. C33 Main. 4-tf
WANTKIJ Cilrl for ijcnoral house-
work and cooking Mrs. O. 0. I.ab
nre". Illv. Oregon 1-tf
i FOR SAW
KOIl RAM: Oil THAUK Cooklnf!
uteiiHllii of varloiiH kinds. nlHo a
riinirn ni- lu'n timirlii nnv Oln.i ..r .. NOTIfTI OK RAW' ni, liminAirinv-
.... I..t ---.." " ".. ..b... (J ...... ..III. I Ul l ... ... .,...,., ,,,- I1UI11.JUI1
Iiiiproven renin. " stovo. I'erkliiH Furnlturo House. 20-tf IMSTIUCT IJONDS.
Must sell. Seo 1008 Main hi. lit , , i NOTICE IS IIKUEDY GIVEN that
. - Linoleum, Ilujn, Malting, I'ahcolln, sealed proposals will bo received till
... ,, SIhkIph. UoiIh, MnttrofVCH and Springs thn llth. day of October A. 1). 11-19
FOR SALE Miscellaneous for milo or trado. I'crklns' Furnlturo at the hour of 8 o'clock In the oven-
uoiiHc aii'ti '"K ir mo purennso ot l-orty Tnous-
-- - - y and Dollars worth of bonds of the
WANTED TO TUMIE a New range I ntcrprlso Irrigation District of
Tor mi old ono, you pay tiia dlffor- Klamath County, Oregon. Sild
onco. I'orl.lns Furnlturo Ilouao. 20-tf bonds aro to bo dated Novo nbor Irt,
l'Ji'J and nro to draw Interest at the
FOR SAM; llaliil launnry wun
equipped .Mum nt'Ji i uin-. "
1008 Main St Money maker. 27-lt'
Foil SAM I'mtk AutJ a.uhi hen
i,r trailo at once- ioiivui)t inwii.
See 100S Main St. 27-1 f
FOR SAI.K- Davenport In good con
dition 11CU Crexcunt Ave. I'liono
2 a. ii-
i Kitty dollars or mom ana nil old
ran go will got ono of my now ones.
i I'orklns' Furnlturo Hou30 20-tf
FOR RENT OR LEASE
FOR SAW? F.vo passenger 1!M7
Port touring car llnd-rlnKS condi
tion, price Jf.oo. tolling on account
otsickn-si, mach.ne can bo scon ill -mM-p
Acklev Ilros. Mill, or at (.'. I. li" ' ' "" """"
Up'spbcn aflu- r. p. m. 2f-2t
FOIt KENT Furnished
Ceiitliitiiiiu. 137 FlrHt
rate of six por cent per annum. Inter
est payable semi-annually upon the
1st, day of July and the 1st. day of
January of oach year until the matur
ity of said bonds.
I Said proposals will be received by
tho Hoard of Directors of said Irriga-l
ffnn Dfatrlnt nn.l ahmiM ha illin)t. '
od to the Secretary of tho Enterprise
WHAT IS IT?
It is the best paying class of advertising in the world (if you
have something to sell that belongs among little ads that you find
in The Herald.
20-Ct Iirigatlon District, care of Charles I
1 , J. Forguson, Loomis Building, Klam-j
-Apartments and sleep-'nth KalIs- Oregon.
FOR SAW' One Toggonborg milk
coat Is KiWug milk now. I) A.
Hell. ShlpphiBton. 20-31 ,
Ing roon-H $3 UO p.-r week. Fuol
furn'slied 102 Main I'none IS."..
FOR SAI.K- 24 head Itambnulot
young bucks Seo or wilto F M
Hojer, Merrill, Oregon. 20-101
FOIt M:asI'--A trni'tor propoaHlon
."oM-rnl hundred acres of burii'-d
ovei' tulo lund In flno condition for
d'sklng. 5 mllcsS. E. of Midland. M.
FOR SALE 101C modol flvo passon-
ger touring car In excellent condl-
t'on, cheap for cash. Chllcoto &
i FOR SALE Small amount seml-
beardless seed no. Chllcoto &
Smith. G33 Main St. 2G.3t
TOR BALK Six head of lloglstorea
mreioni -cows and holfors, flno
liTR'ltOCk.- also three Itei?lntnrofl
Polled Hereford bulls. Jamas Camp
bell, lied ford i Orogon. 25-4t
uunhara Auto Co.
T0R.SAIiE Four good shooo dogs.
cue pack outfit, tents, bheop hooks
eto-lvan E. Kilgore, Lorella. Oro.
SHEEP FOH SALE 200 or moro
or. Kill bcII leB to suit buyer-
'I' fOOd Vminf almn., A.I .!... Tl
llum 0reBn or i'nqulro Hornld
Tho Board of Directors reserve the
right to reject any or all bids offered.
G. J. HILYAUD,
Secretary of tho Board of Directors
of Enterprise Irrigation District.
LOST AND FOUND
FOt'ND $2..ri0 bu getting n half
solo for my old casing. 15 percent
off on St urges half-soles. 112G Mn'n
St. Klnmnth Falls, Oro. 22-Gt
WANTED Rubber Boots, to vui
Citkilzo, You duck hunters, how
ubout that cold water scoping in
your boots on a cold mornlng7 We
run vulcanize that leak. Bring thorn
In Youi.s for dry feet. 11 2C Main
St. Klamath Falls, Ore. 22-6t
WANTED TO BUY OR TRADE For
any and all kinds of furniture. Per
i WR feAUJ-Lstock hogs and sows
"..ujiigs. i'none 11F11. 2G-12t
TPRiaHT 1'IANO-Oood condition
.',? e"ns on low as $7.00 por
"""111 at Sliephard's. 17-tf
NiZ.1 ' Ppencnr Overland funy
'' PPed. Price $000.00. Sea Bill Leo.
"5nBn,iBnCoppa otflcora- Color
nwSJ .1 ,an,lt comraltteo aro
rtincitAn i u ',rcsot t 2 o'clock
tlce and 'ay " ln' SoI)l 29' f"r Prc-
- JIKS, flora EMM ITT, Pros.
NI0IIT SCHOOL OPENS.
t'Sse3lrCm,nt1' ""' S(,"ol
"V even- ?rb oV '" fH'inieneo Mcin-
eeks . ' for i term of eighteen
'o'leltrr1 ,m,,,"MR will be
Monday. tntit,na at seven p. m.
I"5 . 2eVn!l1-t'0''fm'ot: In ,,ooljoep.
CITY GARBAQE When you wnnt
Garbage romoved phono 91. 11-tf
PIIONB PEYTON for Wood. 112R.
I am now prepared to furnish
Shasta Sand from tho Hooy, Cnni.
sand and grnvel pit, In any quantity
that may bo desired by contractors
Roo the Low i-i Line of I'nlon Suits
i'oi moil and iloys at K. K. K. Store.
Tho Marshall Houso will start
serving niPiils to tho public at noon
Monday, Sopt. 20th. 2G-2t
Klamath Lodge No. 137
I. O. O. F.
Moots Friday night of each weok nt
I. O. O. F. hall, 5th and Main stroota.
P. J.Gorges , N. G.; Fred Bromer
Secretary; P. L. Fountain Treasurer
Ewaunn Encainpinont No, 4G, I. O
O. F.. moots Tuosday night of each
I weok at I. O. O. b nan. Arno wor
h'?T? i. .??
Ipc nm? iy8tem) Ponnu.ns.iIp.' i el, C. P.; Nuto Ottorboin. Scribo;
vOUrsei In :;n""i- i. U, ruuiuuni iiuuuuiui.
i " Qffcrori iV . Hl"lcts will nl-1
'"Ct",..1'01,0 iB a demand
wase, 4 '" "'uiou cimrgos will be,j
A00' will i1B m .,. ,
,;.uay and Tii..T " iUO"y
n to nlnn uy ovoning from
Mn. ytU Imvlnn-. IX. il.
TIMBER FOR SALE
Twenty million feet of titjmdlnK
timber for milo cheap. Sawmill
mid planing mill on piemlsca.
Dl't. T. B. TIMONY,
lied Bluff, Calif.
NOTICE OF SlIEUSFI'S SALE.
(Kqulty No. 1093)
In The CiiTtilt Ciu.-a of The State of
Orcjpin l-'or the County of Kltuu
ntli Man- K. Gates, Plaintiff,
Claude O. Clopton and Gracio Clop
ton, his wife, wild H. L. Clopton,
also known as Hugh L. Clopton,
Notice is here'by given that by vir
tue of an Execution and Order of
Sale, duly Issued out of the above en
titled Court and cause on tho 12th
day of September, 1919, under n De
cree made and rentored of record In
tho said Conrt, on the 10th day of
September. 1919, in favor of the
above named Plaintiff, and against
tho above named defendants, direct
ing tho sale of the premises therein
nnd hereinafter described to satisfy
the si'in of $545.83, which said sum
includes Interest on $250.00 since
tbo 10th day of October, 1907 to the
date of the commencement of this
suit; $147.40, the nmount of taxeb
paid out by said plaintiff to protect
her Interests In nnd to the real prop
orty hereinafter particularly aescrio
od: $125.00, attorney's fees, and the
costs and 'disbursements and accru
ing costs of this suit.
NOW THEREFORE, by vlrtuo of
snid Execution and in compliance
with said Writ, I have duly levied
on the hereinafter described lands,
and will, on "Saturday, tho 18th day
of October, 1919, at the hour of 10
o'clock, n. m. on said date, at the
front door of tbo oldest Court House
In Klnmnth County on Main Street
In Klnmnth Falls, Orogon, sell nt pub
lic auction, to tbo highest 'bidder, for
ensb, all tho right, title nnd Interest
of tho above named defendants, and
each and all of them, in and to the
following described leal property,
Tho Northeast quarter of South
west Quarter, and tho Northwest
Quarter of Southeast Qunvter, Soc
tlon G, T. 30 S., R. 12 E. W. M. or
so much thereof as may be necessary
to satlsty said Judgment and Execu
tion. The pioceeds of said sale will be
applied in satisfaction of said Kxo
ruHnn nnd I'ooreo Jucludirtr snid
above mentioned sum of S5dfi S3,
Sl-17. 10 taxes, $125.00 nttornev's
ip"3, nnd tno roiis nun r.BiuiKoinunii i
nnd fi'c neemlng costs of this suit
oi'd the ovei-Dlus, If any thoro bo, will
he pnld into said Court to bo npplied
n h by la'v rooulrccl.
Dntcvl this 12th day of September,
OFORGE L. HI'MPHRFY,
Sheriff of Klnmnth County, Oro.
11 v ALLEN SLOAN, Deputy.
JUST TRY IT ONCE
If you have' something in your attic, your basement, your
spare room, your bam, around you anywhere that you want to
sell, try The Herald classified ads and you will find a buyer.
IF YOU WANT SOMETHING
Advertise for it, trying The Herald's classified ads. Some
one has something for sale that you want. Let The Herald find
it for you. It costs you but a few cents a day.
Classified ads cost you 5 cents a line a day five words to the
line. They must be paid for in advance and cannot be received
over the telephone that is why they are so cheap.
PIHM EOT WATT El
HF YOUJ MSHffi A
8ay we can't help but look
better and feel better
after an Inside baMi.
If you want to keop in toucn with
Uio world series basoball . games,
como to the Pastlmo Peel Room we
got the game by Innings. Remember
the Big Fight Well you'll remem
ber f tho Big Game too Free. ' Begins
Oct! let. , 25-4t
To look one's best and feel one's best
Is to enjoy an inside bath each morn
ing to flush from the system the previ
ous day's waste, sour fermentations
mid poisonous toxins before It is ab
sorbed into the blood. Just as coal,
when It burns, leaves behind a certain
amount of incombustible material in
the form of ashes, so food and drink
taken each day leaves In tie alimen
tary organs a certain amount of indi
gestible material, which if not eliminat
ed, form toxins and poisons which are
then sucked Into the blood through the
ery ducts which are intended to suck
n only nourishment to Bustnln the
If you want to see the glow of hpalthy
bloom In your cheeks, to see your skin
et clearer and clearer, you are told to
Jiink every morning upon urising, a
ulass of hot water with a teaspoonful
of limestone phosphate in it, which is a
mu'inless means of washing tho waste
material and toxins from the stomach,
liver, kidneys nnd bowels, thus cleans-'
Ing, sweetening and purifying the en-'
tire alimentary tract, before putting)
more fopd into tho stomach. I
. Men and women with sallow skins,
liver spots, pimples or palid complex
Ion, also thoso who wake up with a '
coated tongue, bad taste, nasty breath,
otheis who aro bothered with head
aches, bilious spells, ncld stomach or
constipation should begin this phos-1
phated hot water drinking, nnd nre as-'
smed of very pionounced results in
one or two weeks.
A quaiter pound of limestone phos
phate costs very little at the druu stoie
but is sufficient to deinonstiato that
juM as soap and hot water cleanses,
purifies and freshens the skin on tno
outside, so hot water nnd limestone
phosphate net on tho inside organs
Wo must always consider that Internal
sanitation Js vastly moro Important
than outside cleanliness, because the
skin pores do not absorb impurities
into the blood, while tho bowels pores
Best yet. Herald Want Ads.
Whcro The Dickens aio We Safe..
Can a Man who occupies a cell ir
a City Prison feel secure from hold
I up men?
In San Francisco, tbe other day.
Police Lieutenant Thomas Tobin.
prison keeper, and Corporal Fred
Norman, in charge of the booking,
were startled by cries of "Help
Thieves! Robbers! They're choking
They ran down the row of cells
and found Obrson, alias Larkln;
squatting on the floor and lookinr
rather mussed. He told how three
prisoners had set on him, one chok
ing him, a second threatened to
knock his head off, while the third
went through his pockets and ex
tracted his bank roll, $2.50.
ACADEMY Wnjj KECEIVE PUPILS
Until tbe capacity of the school is
reacned, day pupils will bo received
at tho Sacred Heart Academy, where
tho most careful attention will be giv
en to the thorough training of your
child. Full particulars may be secur
ed by calling nt the Convent, Seventh
nnd 'Pine streets or nt the Acadomy.
For the present we are unable to ac
commodate any more boarders', but
applications will be received and in
case there is n vacancy U will be
filled from the list of applicants in
the order In which thev are filed.
6-tf Sacred Heart Acadomy.
A New Sect
He "Will you marry me?"
She "Yes, but its only fair to
tell you, dear, that I'm a somnam
He That's all right. One relig
ion's as good as another, and if we
can't find your kind of a preacher
we'll get tied up by a Justice of tbe
AND LET US SHOW YOU
OUR NEW TIRE
Net Door to Postoffice.
ANYWHERE IN THE CITY
Lively, Feed and Sales
Day or Night
Long Trips Our Specialty
822 Klamath Ave.
Now is tho timo to fix that
Roof now before tho rain and
snow come nnd make it al
most impossible to do the
work. You sa ve money by
doing it now, 'and save your
property, too. Lot me do your
work and It will be done right.
W. D. MILLER
232 Oth St.
Phono 4 GO
729 Main St.
Jack Alourow, Prop.
ClRnrB, Tobacco, Soft Drink.s
Peel and WUlurds
Barber Shop in oCnnection
"Courtesy and Her vice". ,