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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 29, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
BALD'S CLASSIFIED COLUMNS
i'l ii I'lrnt dasK ii,try cook
Tin- t'i lii'iiiHM-n nt Wlnmk Co.
FOR SALE Real Estate
In 1'hOttO I 1.1 I'
owner, Six nxuti
Ti ii' ' r ' heap for
l'lni" Ht. I'liono 1".
l in; iooiiin
A) lltllll'tltH 1111(1 f,lpop Offld
5.1 id imi week Fiifi
AVI III ( lion- n f,,r
uoik S.-t(y Job. Amilv
Atitln SI I'liono 1',S
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v.mt fiirnlslii-il hi)MM or ,inii
nii'iit liniiin I ' ",i I i.'rif,. 7 . i
WANTKI) riuilnniui Tor
Hlplmnv Mirviyn Apply
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pirt pivtn ni
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$iDilcrnn '1-' -"
ion iorii'"s '"
iiitli hoiiHii mi
n 'Ii rash. It on
, lino l) at" f sou
'i ' i moiit 2 blkH
i per foot. Torn
i , Mii'ii St. 20 if
1 1 v room r"l
i i ' t'i and i'Iii"
i "i furnno t-
i prl"o If pur-
'i Mrs Com
Hi lixli & .tiiftcr-
FOR SALS OR TRADE
WANTPTi Two WiodchopprsTcfidT
tote . Smith. 033 Main. 4-tf
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i WHAT IS IT? I
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cur In good
I 'I' n .il ( ,l;il., n..
iii'iiilon 4 new tin ,
I ' I,
!l DC. Lub-
ll" If 'I I'll
iiMp ' p i. on !
'lit Mil. 1
l"l A M'l
FOH SALl' K-iriiiHiilriKs fr n nix
roorahouso lix mn di. u-u
F0RSU.1' Impiown reHldcmeoJot.
Must sell si'o i"" iiiniii ni. in
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
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FOR SAI.i: One Torr.ciiliiTK milk
coal I kMiik nil"' now " a.
Bell ShlpnliiRtoii. 2r,-:tt
FOH 8AI.I0 OH TRADF Cooklnc
titpnulls of various kinds, also ft
rnngo or two, nearly any kind of u
movo. I'oikliiB furniture IIoiiho. 20-tf
Linoleum, Rugs. Slutting, I'nbcolin.
Shades. Urdu. Slnttrosius mid Springs
for snlo or trado. I'crklns' Furniture
WANTKI) TO TRVl)i:--n New range
for an old iinii. you pay ili-j dlffer-
6nce. 1'orklnn Furniture lloiiBe. 20-tf
i''ltty doiiiirH or morn unit nn old
r.iniiu will ri. one of my nuw oni'H.
fVfltlim' Kuril I tu re Ilouao 20-tf
' t'i n .?'i:,ij( r lion i, to in,.
.'.'.il'' You (IikV hun'"iH, l,ow
I ih.it i Id v : i . ,n,r , ,
In. it i on n cold morning'' Wp
i I, .ml i- tl nt If It Ilr M; tl.ci.j
Y( hi, for ,rv Tit I 1)2 i M ifn
Until' tli Kills, Orp 22-Ct
WAXTKD TO I1UY OK TRADE For
liny nijd nil klnda of furniture. Per-
(!ai Iibku rcniOi
- Wln-11 you ivnnt
d phone n 1. 11-tf
IMIONIC I'KYTON for Wood. 112R.
FOH SALII- 2-1 lioiirt Rumlioiih'l
younK buck See or ivilto K. Si.
JIo)cr, Merrill. Oronnn 20-10t
FOR SAI-l- K' Ik 'i 1 of RpIstorci
Hereford enws trid liulfors, fine
la'jc stoi'ii, nMo t'irci' Itciilstoroil
rolled Hon foul Iml'-" .Inni". t'ninii
111, McJford, Orciion. 25-k
FOR RENT OR LEASE
i OR I! "'N'T
R'liim f r
FOR PAI.l 1't d
Dunham Autu Co.
Vti't l.l'ASI - A tnu'lor proposition.
Ho-rnl hundred in ics of burnnd
oto- tale land In flnu condUlon for
(1 sMnrc, r. iIIphs i:. or'Midlnnd. SI.
"lot ctirnhiip'ipr 2H-tf
FORRM.I"- 1'ni.r rood nlioop don.
one p.irk niitr't, lonti. sl'fipp hooka
fir- ban L Kllcitru. I.orelln. Oio.
FOR SAMC- Stock lilies and i.owh
with ijIrs I'hotip 11P11. 2fi-12t
UPRIGHT 1MA.VO flood rondltlon
J195 terms as low us $7.00 npr
Koath nt Shi'iilierd'H. 17-tf
Oooi S rasspnepr Ovnrlnnil fmiv
quipped. Price JG00.OO. Beo Illll Loo. I nnd builders,
LOST AND FOUND
I'OI Mi J ii liu ceitiiiB ti ha!;
rolo ft)1 lit on! insin,; j ' pciceut
off on Mm .i1 I .ili-Holes. 1120 M.i i
I'.t !:j u .Ii Killrt. Ou. ?2-f,i
( am now prepaid! to furnish
Slinma Sand from the Hooy. Cam.,
uuitd ond Kruvel pit. In tiny quantttv
u'Ainiiiv mix in t i-,i i. I'l'i'ii.s
I'ntll the capiifltv of the school is
leached, day pupils will he received J
at the Sauted Heart Act leniv. where !
the mom curcful intention will he piv-1
:i lo the thorough training of your
('ild. 1 "ii 1 1 parti-ulnrs pi v hp se'-m-.
ed by r.illlim nt tli- foniein Sevj-nih Ka
and l"nc Ktieoi" or nt t"" NckUmpi !rtj
Tor the picnirt wm ire mi 1i1 to uc- Kfu
(Oinmoilaiu a- uinre lioarlor butiS,3
nppiliitions will li r"nM,l and ' n i J35"ij
i'iivp tliero Ih a i-icuikv 't will ho 'IfM!
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l lie order in wh'en inev ut, illeu.
tl-tf Sacrefl Heart Academy.
It is the best paying class of adyertising in the world if .you
have something to sell that belongs among little ads that you find
in The Herald.
JUST TRY IT ONCE
If you have something in your attic, your basement, your
spare room, your barn, around you anywlfere that you want to
sell, tiy 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.
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A ppuc.nl tiifi tin of tl o Amuric.in
I cp'on Is celled .(i- 'i uestlay at X
p in in the Tii hull Important
buv'ieu. ih to ti,in" bf fore the meet
ing (.ml eierv number of tho legion
il uiged to be present. 25-4t
Wo niako a specialty of fire, life
that inny be desired by contractors mid arcident Insurance. Phone. 66 and
, -wo'll Uo tTvs ret. "UlUlcoto & aaaltu.
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w LEGAL NOTICES
NOTTCK OP SAIiB OP IRRIGATIOX
KOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
seated proposals will be received till
the l-lth. day or October, A. D. 1919
at tlie hour of S o'clock In the even'
lng tor 'the purchase of Forty Thons
If you want to keep in toucn with
the world series baseball games,
come to the Pastime Peel Room we
get the game by innings. Remember
the Big Fight Well you'll remem
ber the Big Game too Free. Begins
Oct. 1st. 25-4t
Artistic piano tuning and player
I work. 'Call Morgan at Earl Shep-
ana Dollars worth of bonds of theiTitv Rnivminrnmiifi mn . herd Co. 15-12t-
I'liDurpuau irnguuuu iJiairict
Klumath County, Oregon. Saifl
liondB are to be Hated Nove.nber iFt, !
1919 and are to draw interest at the i
rote of six per cent per annum, imter-
em. puyuuio Bemi-annuany upon tne
VOKITG KECIPK OF AGB TEA
AMI SCIJ'HUR '
Almost, everyone knows that ,5age
ibi, aay ot juiy ana uen. Mfw Tea and Snlphur, properly compound-
dojiuuiT ui nam .vmr uuui luh uialui ;
I ed, brings back the natural color and
lustre to th hair when faded, gray
ur 6treaked. Years ago the only way
to get this mixture was to make it at
home, which is mussy 'end trouble-
J. Ferguson, LoomU Building. Klam-' solne- Nowodnys, by asking at any Meets naay night of each week at
oth rPdlls, Oregon. idrug store for "Wycth Sage and S.ul- i; ui JJ n,1 m ana Ma,n streets.
The Board of Directors reserve the v,r Compound," you will get a large i ' J'perges ' N- - & Bremer
rJebt-torejectanyorall bids offered. Lta f . t J ??mI Z. Sectary; P. L. Fountain Treasurer
ivy 'oi buiu oonas. i
uaia proposals -win do receivea vj
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 i
If you want prompt service in
your watch work, try Winter's Jew
elry Store. 25-3t
Klamath Lodge No. 137
I. O. O. F.
G. J. HILYARD.
Secretary of the 'Board of Directors
of Enterprise 'Irrigation District.
Xolico of Meeting of Equalization
Hoard of the l'ino Grove Irriga
LU C lY
It's toasted to in
crease the good,
f the Kentucky
A regular man's
smoke and delicious!
(bottle of this famous old recipe, im
proved by the addition of other in
gredients, for about SO cents.
Don't tay gray! Ty it! No one
can possibly tell that you darkened
your hair, as It does H so naturally
and evenly. You dampen a sponge or
soft brush with it, and draw this
through your hair, taking one small
strand at a time; by morning the gray
hair disappears, and after another ap.
plication or two, your hair becomes
beautifully dark, g'.ossy and attract
Ewauna Encampment No. 46. i. n
O. F., meets Tuesday night of each
week at I. O. O. F. hall. Artie Wor
rel, C. P.; Nate Otterbein, Scribe;
P. L. Fountain Treasurer.
Notice is hereby .given that tho
Board of Directors of tho Pine Grove
I Irrigation district will, commencing
Tuesday, October 7, luiu, meet ot
the W. T. Elliott residence, on t'o
Lakeview road, and sit as a Board
of Equalization for the purpose, of ,Ve
reviewing and correcting tne assess
ment roll of said district for tho year
1920. Said assessment roll U open
for examination at the said residence ' fflTMI7'T,I,I TT
W. T.. Elliott
Secretary of the Board-of Directors
of the Pine Grove Irrigation district.
of W.. T. Elliott.
NIGHT SCHOOL OPENS.
"New London, Conn. The State ol
Connecticut, through G. Harold Gil
patrle, state treasurer, has pur
chased $1000 worth of! W. S. S. as an
investment for state funds. They will
be held until the date of maturity.
The purchase Is to uo credited to the
city of Putnam, of which Gilpatric
is a resident.
Tho Connecticut state treasury sub
scribed for $1,250,000 worth of Vic
tory notes during the last canipalptn.
This brought tho totnl of the stato'ii
investment in government war seen
) Guaranteed y
ffWS JrWJrieXS' W
Klamath County High School
night sessions will commence Mon
day evening, September 29th and
will continue for a term of eighteen
Tho High School building will bo
open to registrations at seven p. m.
Courses will bo offflrefin bookeep-i rltlcg up to jn0B t, 52,000,000,
Ing 1, 2 nnd 3, Typewriting 1 and ' ""'
2; stenography 1 and z ana dicta
tion, (Greffg System), penmanship,
spelling and English.
Courses In othor subjects will al
so bo offorod If there Is a demand
for thorn. No tuition charges will be
School will bo opon on Monday,
Tuesday ond Thursday evening from
seven to nine. 23-Gt
Livery, Feed and Sales
Day or Night
Long Trps Our Specialty
823 Klamath Ave.
-w s1 a
Merchants lunch at 11 a, m. to I
With tho purchasing power of the
dollar lower than it has ever been, It
is the part of wisdom to put eome ol
them to work, earning interest, until
the timo that money is worth mort,
War Savings Stamps enable the wage
earner to do this. Savo what you cap
and Invest it in W, S. S,
729 Main St.
Surety bonds while you wait. Chil.
Jack Slonroiy, Prop.
Cigars, Tobacco, 8ottDrinkla
Peel ami Billiards
Barber Shop in oCnnectlon
''Courtesy and Service"
p, m. Crater Cafa 7th St.
S-I0t;cote & Binith.