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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 24, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
oodrich Tires and Tubes
National Auto Accessory Compaq
210 MAIN STREET
Next to PostofHce
Mm CLASSIFIED COLUMNS
"SjsALE--Real Estate FOR KENT OR LEASE
'""""""''"''TnT'V.fii nn ftlxtli iilroot. 1,,("1 HUNT 3 rooms for inou at
8A';!;,(. lVtSlSS: ""'"'"t st. s3.
r thro.ii:li t l" nlruul'
To lots on Klnnioth nvonuo, cor-
ter &w .
n lots wlllt Improvements on
S'mh Ottorbfln. f.27 Klamath
JUL- "" -(ll
KOIl LI3AHI3 To responsible pnrllca
Unit Imvi) crj til piitotit and cash to
Ilnnlicu themselves, a desirable ranch.
Adri'HH M K . Horalil olllco K-tf
rlfKOH SAIilJ Moilorn bungn-.:
"l 7 rooms anil Hlooplm; yoroli;
..Stood loom! beamed .olllngs.!
WANTED- llDUBokcupIng rooms by
lllilll mill WHO. rilOIlU il(J
Ottollnl, July in, 1011, at a foro
cIobuio Ha I is ot a mortgage nflRlgncd
to Raid William Ilullotil by mild L. Ot
tollnl, for tbo purpose of hiiuIi fore
closure; the iiald L. Ottollnl having
Hlncu died, and tbo plaintiffs horoln
belni: li Ik only heirs', all of which
will nioro fully appear from hiiiu
complaint, a ropy of which Is mallod
you, and rufoicuco to which Is bore
This Aiiminons la published In The
Evening Herald, a dally newspaper,
printed and published in the City of
Klamath Falls, Oregon, by order of
tlniinnililn IV V Kuvlf nnilnll. Itllli'fl
of said court, and dated September
l nil, lyia, mo nrai iiiiDiicauuii 10
be made on tbo 12th day of Septem
C. F. STONE,
Attorney for Plaintiffs. '
GARICH'S GROCERY NEW
KLAMATH FALLS, OIII3GO.V, FRIDAY, OCTOI5I3U SI, Jl
Micr-ci i AMnniic
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kllre0Bffr Krtho 'p &. WANTED- To buy 3 or 1 room cot
"b I'B, Mrs (lorcolon ul Court1 Umo, vicinity of 2nd to fill. slrcotB
Id ""' 21-lit iwr-ii oi mam. auutchb nox iiu
House. City. ' 22-3t
OR 8ALI3- nrlt-k liutol, f7 roo"'" W) YOlT WANT a" lady jmihciiKcMo
Fon main str.-ut.w th four K hq hon(2jm 32.3t,
.nf liusliicss rooms, rofrlgointinM ;
i. In hotel, framed nam in rear,
tt oMHl'ltolllKliway In county
".wi?-rhnrn California, all rural
? and fixtures ;o with bote , three
tiriani rooms now rented, also
t int lots In town of Duiurnijilr.
r'c i mil torniH Riven upon applica
tion to n. K. Collier, Yrokn CaL
MONEY TO LOAN On auto, fur
nlturo, real estate. XYK Herald.
WANTI3D Would lllo to bear from
Home ouo, preferably In tbo Mer
rill country or near Klamnth Falls,
who linn a good feed yard ami (lrut
Jllriua nlffllfn litiv In fnn.1 llfl fir ROIl
. 2.vi(ir-nld uleern for Fnliriiurv or
FOIt SAI-I3- Modern 7 'oon liom.i Mnrcht 01 rcontiiBo baslfl. J. V.
and bain a " ""v',, ",,'. McAullffo, VI .Klamath 11-tf
P1IIS Wnll St. Ownor. 23-Ct
FOR SALE1 Miscellaneous
FOR BAM UodBO enr In first rlnss
condition. MiihI bo sold at once,
Phono 2C3J 23Gl
FOn SAI-K- 10 Hhoats , 7 brood
ms, 1 I'oland Chlnn bonr and 40
.1.. ill In trnnil order. liuiulro
Walter J. Heifer, ShlpplnBton, tolo
phone 8211 '"
Toll SAU3 CO gallon susollna tank
Phone 312 22-3t
CITY OAUIUai: When you want
uaroaco removou pnono vi. ii-ii
FOR SAI.B An cxcollont car. Five
namiimirer Ileo. drlvon twenty
months on pavemont. Can bo aeon
TUrsday and Friday at Chiw. Mc
Williams' gsraBo. Ask for owner
F.,M. Mooro. 2-2t
FOR SALE 3 In. farm wagon and
e bny tonxae with double
tree and yoke. John N. Scnmlti
Arthur twla pUco' on Dig Ditch,
Klamath Falls. lt-tt
FOR BALE Or will trado for Indian
TJ n 4Iia llnmnYl Xfnmh! OI1R
tin passenger, bIx cylinder tourlnK
tar, cyunuers navo oeon biuuuu uhu
new' pistons, now top, v al6 2 new
ord tires and one extra tiro.' Uox
A. B. C. Herald 8tf
MADAM IOINA, Palmist
World's Greatest I'lirrnoIoKUt,
I'almlNt nml Mcriiiim
UciuIh jour ontlro life past, pres
ent and future correctly, Bivlns
names, dates and flBurcs In business,
love, law, marriaBo ami uomcsuu
troubles. Tells you what you nro
beit adapted for and what to do to
bettor your conditions In life. This
Indy reads your band as you would
on open book. A reading by bor
will meet your highest expectations,
nnd you will bo wiser and happier
after consulting her, nho having tho
gill oi removing an ovu iiiuuuucbb
nml nlnflni? vnn In nn environment
of happy thought and contentment.
Headings: sunaay ana aauy, a a. in.
to 0:30 p. m. Room G, Swanson
llldg., over gun store, Main St. be
tween Cth nnd 7th, opp. Western
Union, Klamath Falls, Oregon.
(Kiiulty No lOOfi.) '
In 'I he ('In nit Coin t of (he Ktatc of
Oickoii, l-'or Klamath County.
J. T. Perkins, I'lalntiff.y
t, ,,,,.,. 1. 1 T n.'illfi 1'i.rWlnu Dnfendant.
I lUltlllllU .... .. ........ t
To Tommle Luclla I'erklns, Defcnd-
IN TII13 NAM13 OF TIIK STATE
OF OR1CCON; You tho hereby requir
ed to appear anil answer ir.o com
pfnlnt filed ngiilnst you in tho nbovo
entitled suit, on or beforo October
21th, 1910, that boltiB tho last day of
the time prescribed In tho order ioi
publication of this summons, tho date
of first publication hereof, being
Soptomber 12th, 1919: and If you fall
to bo answer, for want thereof, plain
tiff will apply to tho abovo entitled
Court for decree nfialnst you, dlssolv
IiiB tho bonds ot matrimony now ex
Istlng between you and tho plaintiff
herein. , , ,,.
This summons Iff served by publica
tion in tiio livening Herald, a dally
tiowspaiier, printed, published and or
gonoral circulation in Klamath Coun
ty, Orcfion, by order of the Hon. D, V.
Kuykcndnll, Judge of the above en
titled court, made and entered on
September 11th. 1919, which orders
requires tnnt mis nuiiimuua uc i.-
shed once a weektoj yU Weks.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Address: Klamath Falls, Ore.
USED AUTOS Saxon "Six" nnd
llutck "Four", for salo. Hoafilnnd
t McColtum 8-tf
FOR SALE A Chevrolet, n Ford.
Maxwell and nn Oakland. Inqulro
A. C. Henllno, 327 Mnln G-tf
Garich's grocery is going to keep
abreast of the times. We started out to
build up our business by giving to our
patrons SERVICE. Whenever we found
anything that did not come up to the high
standard we set, we changed it and made
it conform to our policy of Service. That
is why we are changing from the general
delivery to our own system. It will cost
you nothing extra, but it will give you a
lot in SERVICE. '
To those who have never had the pleas
ure of knowing the real SERVICE of
Garich's Grocery, we extend a cordial
invitation to try it. You will find it
prompt, efficient, courteous and glad to
serve you, and now that we are going to
DELIVER THE GOODS, we know that
this policy of SERVICE will reach to the
very door of your own home.
Not being satisfied with the SERVICE
now being given to Garich's Grocery un
der the present delivery system, and be-
ing desirous of having the Store Servict
extended to the home of our patrons, w .
have decided to inaugurate our own de
livery SERVICE oil November 1st. On
and after that date it will be possible fo.
patrons of Garich's Grocery to get, two
deliveries each day. It will be possible
for them to get their vegetables fresh on
the day following their arrival in th?
city, instead of waiting for them until
the following day. It will be possible for
you to get your orders delivered promptly
and just as you expected them, for w
will only handle our own merchandise
and will assume full responsibility for
their reaching you just as and when you
In the next issue of our Grocery News
we are going to tell.you some more about
-our own delivery system, ,and we will
also tell you at what hours it will leave .
our store. You will then be familiar with
what we believe will be one of the prin
cipal branches of our own system of
FIRST CLASS GOODS
PHONE PEYTON for Wood. lMfy
I am now prepared to furnish
Shasta Sand from the Hooy, Cam.
sand and gravel pit, In any quantity
that may 'be desired by contractor
AL F. OUAHAM
Klamath Lodge No. 137
i. o. o. f. :
Meets Friday night of each week at
I. O. O. F. nail, GIB ana Mara wo.
P. J.Qergea , N. Q-: Fred'Brtmer,
Secretary; P. L. Fountain Treasurer
Ewauna Encampment, No. !46, 1. O
O.' F., meets Tuesday night pteacB
week at I. O- O. F. hall. ArlloWor'
rel, C. P.; Nate OtterbeinJ Scribe;
P. L. Fountain Treasurer.
IF YOU' WANT STUDENT .HELP,
call the Klamnth County High
School phone 350.. Girls for typing
opylng and filing; also general
homework, caring for children otc,
'Boyi for clerking, messongor service,
hores, etc. Spoclal attention Is giv
en to this servlco by tho ' school
authorities nnd an effort la to bo
made to make efficient, convenient
. and profitable both to the student
and to tlioso requiring their services,
WANTED Girl for general house
work and cooking Mrs. O. G. I.ab
ee, Ely, Oregon. l-tf
At l o'Clock, Monday,
nt tho Clublno place, at Mer
rill, of household goods. Ev
erything to furnish a homo
MIW. II. CIAJIHNE, Oivncr
II. C. SIOORE, Auctlonoer.
Drink .Hot' Water
in the Morning
Wash away all the stomach, liver,
and bowel poisons before
ca-r , kA iak.Vv4
t ."!. vaamaao' "
y wnue.u Katns
It the bortwot weather
nvUction Ziever raado
r .Jn7 '
The Burmese woman has the privi
lege of appearing in law courts to ,
represent her husband.
NENANA, Alaska, Sept. -25. (By J
-. .. . ... m .w .. .. I
wall. J uuuing oi me Aiassa wuguu
road appropriation by Congress has
resulted in abandonment of plans
for' building a road connecting the
Kantlshna district -with the-goyern-ment
railroad, thus perfnitting
traffic ot all kinds to be carried on
throughout the year.
Congress appropriated , $100,000 for
wagon and trail work! this year,, a
sum greatly oeiow inai sougni uy.iuB,
road building department. f Several
years ago t.uuu wo djcul ,w?
Kantlshna district, but mining ac
tivities there are said to be more
greatly hampered than in any other
district in Alaska for lack of a wag
OECTiftf THAT .
. COLD OR COUGH?
Why, wben Dr. Kins' Nw
Discovery jp jpromptly
DltESS MAKING Work guaranteed
131 N. Fourth St., Phono 214W
WANTED Midcilo aged woman as
"xuacnuuiior in mnuu lamuy iui
two or threo months. Work light
Wagei irnnil llnrnl.l nfflnn ft. If
"I'LL COME AND SEE YOU"
I can only romaln horo on this
trip until Saturday night. But 1 will
ke back in two weeks. I nm so busy
"waning tho woathor strips in tho
new homes for which I hold con
tacts that I find It Impossible to
T'slt others and explain to them tho
?erlts of tho strip. But if you aro
interested, if you want to lire in
mfort and save fuel this winter,
leave Wnnl ni ti... un.nu .m.. and
j will come around and soe you bo
w 1 leavo, and I know you will
j'e your ordor. But whether you
uy or not, lot mo know If you aro
Interested and 111 como an,d see you.
T. h. COLLIEK.
uair-prho nalo on Player l'Jiujo
"'c i. It. H. excepted, nt Earl
"(No. 1091 Equity.)
In tho Circuit Court of Tho State of
Oregon For tho County of Klam
ath. William Ottollnl and Mario Ottollnl,
Infants, by C. F. Stono, their
Gunrdlnn ad litem, Plaintiffs,
William Bollonl and Itosa Bellonl,
shls wife, Gilda Bollonl, James W.
Bollonl, Edna L. Flowers nnd
Francis J. Flowors, her husband,
To William Bellonl, Rosa Bollonl, his
wlfo, Gilda Bellonl, and James W.
Bollonl, defendants abovo nam-
IN THE NAME OF THE STATU
OF OREGON: You, itnd each of you,
aro hereby required to appear and
answer tho complaint filed against
you In tho auovo oniiueu sun uu u
i... io 9Jtii rinv nt October. 1919.
that bolng tho day of tho last publica
tion of tho summons, anu uio iui "
within whch you ore required to on
Bwef , as fixed by tho ordor of publica
tion of this summons.
If vou fall to appear and answer,
tho plaintiffs will apply to the court
for tho relief prayed for In said com-
Pla'nK .... . .. . . .,
Bold BUll IB urouBi ,"""',
from you tho following described real
estate, to-wlt: Lots i, 5, 8, 9, 10, 11,
12. 13, 14, 1G, 16, SE of NEU and
N& of SBU of Section 1G; also
8W1! of Section 14: also Lots 8 ana
9 and the 8BU of the NWH and tho
N of the NW'A of Section 22, nil
in Tp. 40 S. It. 8 E. W. M. in Klam
ath County, Oregon nnd containing
in all 708.6G acres, more or less, and
for their costs and disbursements
""C01.": ... Low nnrrhnsed by
Hum pr"jaw uv.-o r - ----- -
Dofen,dant, William Bollonl, for L.
To feel your best day In and day out
to feel clean InBldej no sour bile to
coat your tongue and -sicken your
oreath or dull your head; no constipa
tion, bllllous attacks, sick headache.
olds, rheumatism or gassy, acid stom
ach, you must bathe on tho InBlde like
vou bathe outside. This is vastly more
Important, because the skin pores do
not absorb Impurities Into the blood,
Ahile tTie uowel porps do, says a well-
To keep these poisons and toxins
well flushed from the stomach liver
ldney and boweJs drink before break
fast each day a glass of-hot water with
n tecspoonful of limestone phoiphute
In It. This will cleanse, purify and
freshen the entire alimentary traet be
fore putting more food Into the ttora
Get a quarter pound of limestone
phosphate from your pharmacist. It Is
Inexpensive nnd almost tasteless, ex
cept a sourish twinge which 1b not un-
pleasant. Drink phosphated hot water
every morning to rid your systemoi
these vile poisons and toxins; also to
prevent their formation.
To feel like young folks reet; uko
you felt before your blood, nerves and
muscles became saturated with an ac
cumulation of body poisons, begin this,
treatment, and above all, keep it upi
As Bono and hot water act on the skin,
cleansing, sweetening and purifying, so
limestone phosphate and not water oe-
Livery, Feed and Sales
Day or Night
Long Trips Our Specialty
Phone 130 822 Klamath Ave
fore breakfast, act on the stomach,
liver and bowels. Adv.
Standard Phonograph Bargains
a .nmhoo tmm .iFi un for. cash or
tot-ma Rob our window". Earl
Shepherd Co., 507 Main St. 17tf
Wo make a specialty of fire, life
and nccldent insurance. Phone 00 ana
we'll do tfv rest, unucoio nm"-
I A. F. Graham I
I General I
I Concrete I
I Construction ' ' I
Shasta Sand Used
I Exclusively I
The bottle in
tains all the
dessert has a
wealth of this exquisite
flavor, and a package serves
six people for 12 j cents.
You owe to yourself a
trial of this new-type gel
r'S nntural you don't want to bo
careless nnd let that old cold or
cough drag on or that new at
tack develop seriously. Not when
you can get sueh n proved success
ful remedy as Dr. King's New Discovery.-
Cold, cough, grippe, croup does
not resist this standard reliever
very long. Its quality is as high
today ns it Always has been and
it's been growing steadily In popu
larity for more than fifty years.
60e. and $1.20 n bottle at all drug
gists. Give It a trial.
JO Flaeort, at Your Grocer's
2 Package for 25 Cenfa
Tardy Bowels, Inert Liver j
They just won't let you put "pep" '
Into jour work or-piny. Sick head
ache comes from retaining waste
matter and impurities ,in the body.
Feel right for anythlnq make
the liver lively, the bowels function
regularly, with Dr. King's New Life
Pills. Smoothly yet positively they
produce results that cleanse the
system and make the "liver and
bowels rebpond to the demands ot
a strong, healthy body. Still SMc
nt all druggists. Try tbem tonight.
Lift off Corns!
Doesn't hurt a bit and Freezone
' costs only a few cents.
Dr. James Headache Powders
give instant relief Cost
dime a package.
J V xX'Sb
Nervo-rackintr. Bnlittinc or
throbbing headaches yield In just a few
momenta to ur. oaiaoa xieuuuuio sun
ders which coat onlv 10 cents a pack
age at any drug store. It's the quick
est, surest neauacno reuei in mo wum
world. Don't' suffer! Relievo the
agony ahd distress nowl You can.
Xflllinna nf nun and women )me
found that headache- and neuralgia I
misory is needless. Get what you risk j
SULPHUR First Car Has Arrived
Murphey's Feed & Seed Store
126 South Sixth St
Phone 87 Jtkdal
i ' - S 4 ' t i i j ' VwMJaBuai!f!l
' With our fingers! Yoi cm lift off
any hard corn, soft corn, or corn be
tween the toes, and tho bard skin .tl-
lui'cs ficn bottom ot fopt.
A tiny bottle of 'Fronzoiu' osls
llttl3 ot any drug store"; apply n trw
drk.)iB upon the corn qr callus In
stantly It stops hurting, tl'en iliortly
you life that bothersome corn or ni
hil rl".it off, root and all, without
one bit of pain or sorou. bb. Tru'.y!
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