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MONI'AV, NOVKMllKK 17, lfl
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON,
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Tho fnrmorH who havo employed
efficient girls aro so anxious to ra,
tain" thum that a voluntary subscrlp
tlon la curtain to ho not up, It In said,
to kcop tho army togothor. Thoro
aro about 8000 girls In tho army fnd
I mo8t of thorn want to remain on tho
I land. Tho ultlmato aim of many Is
n rami of tholr own.
Everywhere tho girls havo won
friends, not only becnuno of tholr
Ifrfinil IVrtt llllf llU tllf.U Utttn.wlf.l
mvnnv ni in (pl..,l,m.i '" '" " " ...u,, mnuuuiu
c. tbo AH.ocl.ilad I'reB).-KnB- S'iK '" ' Sovora In
Und'. .irl farm laborer., who J ..t of devotion and bravery havo
,l,t,d in the Bovornmonf. land , . ' 'T 'T", W ' ", ", 8'
irmruurlnu t war to tako tho "B ,,h1 od 8urV, 1""r' w,,,c,h ,'" ,t0
l. of men who had gono to tho' "V p T.t ?VCtAd V,'
front, bnvo come to stuy-plctur- rlCros " f- AR
i,,ue .loueh hat., corduroy., leg. "? ,llco,1 c t0'1 wor, ' ' ccohb'u!.
. . ..,.. ., , . , ... ,,. itroatniont of an animal Hint had a
Iiuili niiiiu ninuwna iiiki mi. MUY
iramont control of tho land army
till b. withdrawn after tho potato
hirroit, about Wovombor 30, and
contagious disease tho extinguish
ing of a 11 ru In, a barn, tho saving
of an old laborer from denth by
tt(Mwopon.alr' woman has learned ;1,urnl"K' nml tl,u m,rslnK of ,l fttrm
to lor. !.or work so much that ah. or' Mld whlc" w,, suroring from
dicllno. to bo "demobilized." ,an Infectious Illness.
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before the war
c a package
during the war
c a package
THE FLAVOR LASTS
SO DOES THE PRICE!
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SALONIKA, Oct. 16. Correspond
ence tho Associated Proiit). .Klold
Marshal August Von Mackonson,
who commanded the Gorman force,
which livuded Humanla, und hi.
staff havo buon brought hora by the
French military authorities from
N&rthorn Sorbin und intorned just
outaldo tho city. Tho Oorman mlll
tury loudor and hi. oincpra aro pre
mlttod freely to go about tho stroota,
but they usually aro occoinpanlod by
a French olllcer. Tho corrospond
ont, however, obsorvod two of tholr
number wore rldlrfe horseback on
tho outskirts of tho' city without
guanU. Kuch oincor woro an Iron
cross and dlsplayod a prldo and bra
vado not ijulto In kooplng with men
whoso army had boon vanqul.hod.
Mackonson has boon glvon a largo
and comfortable houso opposite tho
French aviation Held and overlook
ing tho Aegean sea. It wns form-
ony occupioa oy tno tiignor Frencn
olllcers and Is elegantly furnished.
A day or two after hi. arrival tho
Hold marshal strolled through tho
roadway, of tho British military on-
enmpmont, which Is j many acres, in
oxtont, and was amazod at tho thor
oughness and completeness of every
thing. Tho Drltlsh have slnco with
drawn from this oncampmont.
Tho Oorman' gonoralls.lmo ha.
changed llttlo in appearance slnco
tho war and apparently I. not worry
ing greatly over, what fato ho may
Huffenat tho hands ot tho allies. The
general Impression is that ho will be
Interned hero until the nlllos aro
ready to try him. It Is folt tbo most
serious chargo against him is his
wanton destruction of the railroads
and other proporty in Rumania aft
er tho signing of tho armistice.
Nono of tho allied officer, of
troops now salute him as ha walks
along tho streets of Salonlkl. Ho
still rotafns all his pride In his
acblovomorits on tho field, for ho
wears an iron cross and a number
of othor decorations. Theso and tho
gaudy rod-trimmed - uniform he
woars excito . no small curiosity
among tho podestrlans of Saloniki.
Mnckonson and his aides suffered
a double, humiliation while on route
through Sorbla. Thoy wero guarded
by n company of Senegalese soldiers
and woro for'cod to go through tho
very tunnel that the formor German
emperor ordered constructed In 1916
so that his troops might pass
through Sorbla. Thoro aro two in
scriptions over it, one In German and
tho othor In French. Tho first in
."Tho German katsor orderod
this tunnel built so tha his troops
could pass through 'Serbia."
Tho socond inscription, which Is
directly under tho Gormun caption,
"Gonornl Franchet d'Esporoy,
tho commandor-ln-chlof, ordered
his troops to drlvo tho Gorman.
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Mackonson undoubtedly felt the
humiliation of his position, for he
BUY THE WORLD'S BEST
M. J. B.
in th Fiv Pound Can
(It MtiroaagcM all ' tEiWfxo'i
other coffee in
' Alio Packed in
Three and Onet
EVERT CAN GUARANTEED
nCKALU 5 OLUOINlU
FOR SALEReal Estate
FOR SALE 7 room well built
borne, with' orchard and garden,
80X2SO with paid up wator right.
Term.. Apply box 4C1, City, 17tf
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Notlco Is horeby given that the
undorslgnod has filed in the -County
Court jof tho Stato of Oregon for
Klamath County, tho Final Account
of her administration, of said Estate
and Bald, Cdurt has by order fixed
Novombcr 24, 1919, at the hour of
2:30 o'clock P. M. as the time and
the 1 court room ot said Court In the
City of Klamath Falls, Oregon, as
tno place lor tno Hearing of aatd
Final Account. .
Dated October 20, 1919. 4
AGNES H. ESKELSON.
Administratrix of the Estate, of Or
villi J, Egkolson,. Doceasod.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Notlco is hereby given that the un
dersigned has filed In the County
Court! -of the State of Oregon,, for
Klamath Countytho Final Account
ot her- administration of the" Estate
of Henry G. Bussey, deceased, and
said Court has fixed November 29,
1919 at 2:30 o'clock P. M. as the
tlmo and the court room ot said
court In the City ot Klamath Falls,
Oregon, as the place for the'' hearing
ot said Final Account and tho, settle
ment thereof. -
Dayton H. Bussey. Administratrix
of the Estate of Henry a. Busier.
deceased. 1. i
Dated: October 27, 1919.
pointed to the tablets at the en
trance of -tho tunnol and engaged his
ofllcors In conversation on tho sub-Joct.
MANY BABIES FOR
LONDON, Oct. 11. (By Mall).
According to officials ot the British
National Baby Adoption socloty,
nioro babies aro offered for adoption
now In this country than can be
placed In suitable homes. Many ot
tho children offered are illegitimate.
Somo nro children of demobilized
soldlors whoso wlvos have xlled or
loft them. Slnco tho war, it is
said, tho doslre to adopt children is
mora widespread than over before.
"Many unmarried womon have,
taken a child," ono ot tho olllclnls
said. "Tho chlldron aVo sent to the
class of homos to which thoy belong
by birth. Many children aro' adopt
ed by miners, who aro very fond of
chlldron and will tako good cara of
Tho Now Rocords are horo 300 of
them nt Klamath Falls Music House,
725 Main. s lS-lt
.Having learned that overeating
at banquets and dinners has Incap
acitated many men political loaders,
Mrs. Robort Rass adhors to a milk
diot almost exclusively while tour
ing tho country In her capacity of
national Domocratlc , committee
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL
In tbo County Court of the State ot
Oregon for Klamath County.
In tho Matter of the Estate of Eliza
both M. Galarnoau, Deceased.
Notice is' hereby given that, pur
suant to Clause -16 of the last will
and testament of Elizabeth M. Ga
larneau,. deceased,, executed by her
on the 6th day of Novombor, 1916,
and filed for probate In the above
entitled court and matter on the 3d
day ot May, 1919, and duly admit
ted to probate therein, that I: the
undersigned duly appointed, qualified!
and acting oiecutrjx of the said es
tate, will, on and after 10:00 a. m.
on Wednesday, -the 26th day of No
vombor, A. D. 1919, at the office of
H. M. Manning In the Loomls Build-1
Ing, Klamath Falls, Klamath, Coun
ty, State of Oregon, sell at private
Bale to the highest and best bidder
therefor for cash in hand, Gold. Coin
ot the United States of America, all
ot tho following' described land and
real estate located and situate In
Klamath Falls, Klamath County,
State of Oregon, to-wit: All of Lot
6 of Block 6, In Falrview Addition
to Klamath Falls, Oregon,' being sit
uated in tho West Vi of the North
west hi. of the Southeast M ot Sec
tion 29, Township 38, south, range
9,' east, of the Willamette Meridian,
as shown by the' duly recorded plat
of said addition now upon, file In
tho office of thovCotfnty. Clork at
Klamath Falls, Oregon. , Terms of
salo shall be purchase' price cash tn
hand, bids to bo In writing, and
shall bo left. with, this executrix at
the office of her said attorney, H. M.
Manning, at the address aforesaid,
abstract ot title snail bo at tho ex
pense of the estate. The Bale of
said premises shall be' made "subject
to confirmation by; the said jCounty
Dated -at Klamath Falls, Oregon,
this 27th day of October, 1919.
(Sgd.) ELLEN HERLIHV, '
Executrix of the Estate of Elizabeth
M. Galarnoau,) Deceased.
Special communication Klamath
Lodge No. 77, A. F. & A. M., Mon
day ovenlng Nor. 17, work In the
B. A. Dogreo. Visitors welcome.
By order of GEO. C. ULRtCH.
16-2t W. M.
Tho latest Industrial' census of
Belgium shows that 700,000 women
representing a'bout one-fourth of tho
ontlre fomale population ot the
country, are now ongaged.ln Indus
trial and commercial occupations.
NOTICE OV.BOND 8ALH
Sealed propouls will be reeelred
by the Common Council for the pur
chase of. Ore issues of City ot Klam
ath Falls Improvement Bonds aggre
gating 1 97,Q.3l.2Z, authorized by .or
dinances of said city, numbered 480,
481, 483, 484 and 485, for the Im
provement of Lincoln Street from
Ninth Street easterly to Eleventh
Street, Including Intersections, $6,-
013.23; for the Improvement of
Tenth Street from, Main Street north
erly to' Lincoln Street and High
Street, easterly from Ninth Street to
Eleventh Street, $31,308.47; for the
improvement of Market Street from
the northerly line, of, Sixth Streot
to the southerly line of Lot 10, In
Block. 17, and the southerly line of
Lot 39, In Block II, of Second Rail
road Addition., for S2.921.60: for
the Improvement 'of Esplanade Street
from the northerly Bide ' of Wall
Street to intersection of Pacific Tor
race; Pacific. Terrace from Huron
street nortneriy-to rortiana street.
Inclusive, and Portland Street east
erly to tho city limits' of the City
ot Kiamatn Fans, Oregon, including
intersections, " for TBB.811.92; for
the improvement of Grant Street
from Eleventh Street northerly to
Llnkvllle Cemetery., including inter
sections, for $976.00, respectively.
Proposals to. purchase such bonds
will be received by the undersigned
up to and, Including the 34th day .of
November, 1919, at the hour of 8:00
o'clock ,p.,ra. and opensd. at a meet
ing" of said Council ' immediately
thereafter, SaldDodda are to b
dated when . Issued, da ten years
after date, of Issue, optional at any,
coupon date on and after one "year,
bearing Interest at, 6 nr cent, pay
able semi-annually .principal and In
terest payable at .Oregon Fiscal
Agency In NewTork,Clty.
ProDos&lB to purchase must be un
conditional and accompanied by cer
tified cheeks, -for i per eent ef
amount of proposal. v
By order of the Council.
A. L. LEAVITT.
Folic Jtdge, City of -Klamath Falls.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Fer
tile Sacramento Co. land, 40, acres
near Lodl, cheap for cash. Will
on.Ider exchange. What havo you?
Call or address Room 12C White
Pelican Hotel. 31Hf
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
FOR SALE Sweet cldor In any
quantities. Phone 2S3-X. lS-tf
FOR SALE First class milk cow,
young, giving milk now. Phone
450-J, or address 920 Ninth St.
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WANTED By MnAJ'rS
ch Idron a rurnisueu """&
h -winter or hoUskeHNI
room. prater houso cjose In.
dress G. L, D.. Herald offlce, nj
r -' "rrT" 32'
IF TOO .HAVE fiouo obsh wj..
build you house on ffJS ,,
close in, Call or addrett A"
White Pelican Hotel, a1'"" ?
WANTED A "good second
piano for cash. Hemld. p1,.
CITY GARBAGE When you Wt
Garbage removed phone 91. ;.
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LOST AND FOUND L
LOST A bunch 03 Btoro ksyaa
jteiurn 10 iBii
'FOR SALE One set of 1916 Saxon-Six
seat covers. New, JIG.
Phone 18F13. lS-2t
FOR SALE Three-quarters gold
finish bed, complete. 327 Main
FOR SALE Apples, Spitzenbergs,
Oregon Reds, Bennett Seedlings,
Wlnesnps, Newtowns. FIno stock.
Wrlto for rices. T. J. Gardner, Box
20; R. F. D. 2, Mcdford, Ore. 8-tf
FOR SALE Sawmill cheap and
good bunch of timber. For par
ticulars inquire First National Bank
FOR RENT OR LEASE
FOR RENT Hous.keeping rooms
nice for one or two men. 203
FOR RENT Heated rooms, 840
Walnut, eor. 9th. 7-tf
LOST Scotch colli dog, 4 or 8
month, old. Dark gray white
breast, white treak on noB. H
four -foet -white. Answers to name,
ot Rover. Return to 42 Mala St.,, e
and receive reward. l5-2t
FOUND-'-Carae to my ranch a'black!
yearling heifer, unmarked, uh-'
branued.- Owner identify property
and pay for thU ad.. H. N. White
line. ia-4t .
PHONE PEYTON for Wood, lliMi.
FOR RENT Good warehouse SOX
50 feet, near B. P. Depot. In
quire Herald offle. 1-tf
FOR LEASE To responsible parties
that, have equipment-and oash to
finance themselves, a desirable ranch.
Adresa M. K. 9, Herald offloe. 8-tf
WANTED Girl for general house
work and cooking Mrs. O. G. Lab
aree. Bly, Oregon. 1-tf
WANTED By competent book
keeper, t of book for after
noons Phone 447-M 152t
LOST between Klamath Falls and
Ashland, three brown mare mules
one branded with V on right stifle,
one branded with H. J. on left stifle,
one branded with HEW on left
shoulder, .one small white, mare,
branded S on both -jaws. I10:-,
head reward. Phone O. K., Livery
Stable or write vW. L.' Sims. Klam
ath: falli, . " 14-St
"ONLY ONE THING
BREAKS MY GOLD!
'That'. Dr. King's New DI
covery for fifty years
.a cold-lnreiakar a
ir ' r.i i
X TQTHINQ bat isstalned quality
I and unfailing" effectiveness can
ing but sure rellefr from -stubborn
old colds and onrushfcg new ones,
grippe, throat-tearlngu'ceughs. and
croup could have mad Dr. Kim's
"New Diseovery the nationally popu
lar and standard remedy It la today.
Fifty. 'year ,old and always reU:
able. Good for the whole family.
A bottle In the medicine cabinet
means a short-lived cold or cough.
60c. and $1.20. AlldruigUta.
Regular Bowel Is Health
Bowels that move spasmodically
free one day and stubborn the
next should be healthfully regu
lated by Dr. Mng-sTJew Life Pills.
In this way you keep the Impurities
of waste, matter from circulating
throiieh the svsfem bv cleansing
the bowels thoroughly and promot
ing tno proper now ex
Mild, comfortable, yet always re
liable, DhKlng'sTfew iKfe Pills
work wltt) precision; without the
WANTED Bids for moving my saw
mill outfit, consisting ot 2 boilers,
engines, and mill machinery from
present location hear Olene to
Sprague River near Yalnax. To be
done at once while weathels favor
able. See H. H. Edmunds, 813 Lin
coln or phone 251-R 15-2t
WANTED Work on ranch by man
and wife, middle aged. Would
take charge of ranch for salary, 603
Jefferson St. 15-4t I
IF YOU WANT STUDENT HELP.'-fe
call the Klamath County High
School phone 350. Girls for typing
copying and filing; also general
housework, caring vfor chlldrea ete.
Boys for clerking, messenger service.
chores, etc. Speeial attention a. Sir
en to this serviqe Dy tne, scaeei
authorities and an effo'r'fr Is to e
maAa in mnlrn Afllnlent. COBVeBleat-
and profitable both to the student
and to those requiring their service.
We majce a pedalty of tire, life
and accident lnstuuncn. Pboae 00 aael
we'll do the rest. Cnllcot M Sca'i.
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MADAM IOINA, Palmist
World's Greatest Phrenologist,
Palmist' and Medlsuai .
Reads yoiir entire Hfe :Pst,
present and future correctly, glr
lng names, dates and figures in -business,
loVe, law, marriage and dom
estic troubles. (Tells you what yoa
are best adapted) for and what to do
to better your 'conditions In 'life.
This lady reads your hand as yoa
would an open book. A reading by
her will meet your highest expecta
tions, and you will be wiser: 'and
happier, after consulting her, she
having the gift of removing all evil
Influences and placing you In an en
vironment of, happy thought aad
contentment. Readings: Sunday and
dally, 9 a. m. to 9:30 p. m. Room 6,
Swanson !Bldg., over gun store. Main
St., between 6th and 7th. opp. West
ern Union, Klamath Falls, Oregon.
At 507 Main Earl Shepherd says,
'Buy music this Christmas." tf
Present indications are
that all kinds of wood
will be scarce and high
er in price in the near
Take my advice and
"Wood to Burn"
7021 Main St.
When Harry T, Essex, town clerk
of Orangctown, N.. Y., was prevent
ed by illness from continuing his
duties, his wife became a candidate
for the office and was elected.
Herald Want Ads.
I A. F.Graham I
I General I
I Concrete I
I Construction I
H Shasta Sand Used I
An eccentric old lady In Paris has
tho roof plate of her falsa teeth
made of two thin sheets of gold be
tween whjch is inserted a miniature
copy ot .her will for safekeeping.
GRIT, BONE, MEAT SCRAPS, EGG MASH
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Murphey's Feed & Seed
126 South Sixth St.
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