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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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On last Saturday I advertised in The Herald
three houses for sale. On Monday morning
R. C. and C. U. 'Vochatzer called in answer to
the ad arid a sale of my home in Hot Springs
was quickly made, possession to be given De
This leaves me two houses that I am going to
sell before going south.
v Think 6( a nice little four-room plastered
house for $i000 in these days of high costs,
Don't expect too much when you call to look at
this?bifc the'man Who is willing to do some work
on-the lot-will have a property worth much mors
than the. price asked.
The' fiveom plastered house On East Main
is still-open for someone at $2500; easy terms
"Am also going to sell my car before going
awayj'cost-jme 2500; will sell for $1000. It is
notJ.a' laferaodQl but in fine running order; has
only been driven 10,000 miles.
J, F. MAGUIRE
127 North Seventh Street
SHI 01 i
FOR SALE Rpnl Estnte
Sunday and Monday
Wll.lt TUADE Klnmuth Kails
I property for lotn In l'ortliiu I
Addniw, Aloxnndor Mnrtl'i, &.10
Moritnn UlilK-. PortUnl, Ore.
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
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"
702 Main St.
1 A. F. Graham I
fc General I
g Concrete I
m Construction I
Shasta Sand Used H
In the Circuit Court of the 3tato of
Oregon, for Hlamuth County.
In the Matter of tho Petition of tho
Hoard of Directors of tho Lan-
Bell Valley Irrigation Distrld of
Klamath County .Oregon. Pray
ing that All of tho Proceedings
in Connection with tho Organi
zation of Said District, and the
Proceedings of the Board of Di
rectors, and of the Said District
Providing for and Authorizing
tho Issue and Sale of Bonds of
Snld District, May Bo Examined,
Approved and Confirmed by tho
To the Langcll Valley Irrigation Dis
trict and to All Freeholders, Le
gal Voters and Assessment Pay
ors within Said District:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
I. the hour of 2 o'clock p. m., of tho
1 1 22nd day of December, A. D. 1919,
and tho County Court House of
Klamath County, Oregon, as the
time and place for the hearing of
the petition of the Board of direc
tors of the Langcll Vallpy Irriga
tion District of Klamath County,
(Oregon, which petition has been filed
jwith the Clerk of tho Circuit Court
I of the State of Oregon for Klamath
prays that the above entitled court
will examine into all tho proceed
ings in connection with the organi
zation of the Langcll Valley Irriga
tion District, and all the proceed
ings providing for and authorizing
the issuance and sale of the bonds
of said district.
Any person interested in the or
ganization of said Langoll Valloy Ir
rigation District, or in the proceed
ings for tho issue and sale of said
bonds may. within tho time provided
by law demur to or answer said jw-
tltlon and contest matters therein
This notice in published pursuant
to an order made by the Honorable
D. V Kuykendall. Judge or tho Cir
cuit Court of tho State of Oregon
for Klamath County, mado and en
tered on the 12th day of Novoraber,
A. D. 1911. C, R. DE LAP,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
State of Oregon for Klamath
On or about Dec, 1st the Diamond
Shoe Shining Pa,rlor ,for gentlemen
will move J doors' west' oa Main 9c
the west ead of the Star Theatre,
Real Estate, Insurance,
Good buys in larniH and city
Jas. M. tWatkins ir.
Suito I, Swuaoa Mig.
A marriage license was sued yoB
terday to Charles Sherman Waldrlp
aad Mlnola Taylor of Klamath Fa lb,
December 11, 12.
November mooting ot Business
Men's Association FItlDAY NIQHT.
Banqaot at Deer Head drill, 7:30 p
ra November 28, 1919. All mom-
bors urged to attend.
By order of the President.
W. C. VAN EMON,
3-4 wit a Northwest of Mali,
Deooaiber 2, k O, D. Taylor ranch.
SAN FUANC1SCO. Cal Nov. 2S I
Tho supordreadnauRht California,
launched at Mnro Island recently.
In a vvrtlble electric ahlp.
Besides supplying hor driving
power, electricity la used to hoist
the ammunition, rotate tho turrets,
operate tho 14-lnch guns, stoor tho
ship, raise and lower tho anchor,
pump fresh and salt water, operate
the machinery In the machine uhop,
carpentor shop and printing estab
lishment, supply fresh air for venti
lation, raise and lowor tho boats,
operato tho refrigeration plant, op
erate the iwarchllRhtH and radio
equipment. In the 'kitchon electric
ity peels tho potatoes, washes tho
dishes, makes the ico cream, grinds
the meat, mixes tho dough, cuts tho
butter nud iu many other ways light,
ens tho labors of tho Bailor lads.
Tho chief advantage of electric
drlvo for a battleship is fuel econ
omy. Fuol economy is far moro im
portant aboard ship than nRhoro,
naval olllcers point out, for a ship
must carry her own fuel, and tho
longer a ship's fuel will Inst, tho
greater her radius of action. Tho
greatest saving occurs at tbo usual
cruising speed of about IS knots.
As compared with tho battleships
driven by turbines directly couplod
to tbo propellers. It ,1s estimated
that tho California will save, while
cruising, about 30 per cent of her
fuel. .This is becauso both tho tur
bines; and the propellers can rotate
at triolr best and most economical
speed, which, It is contondod, is oft
on Impossible when steam Is used to
drico the screws.
Energy to operate the great bat
tleship Is taken aboard In tho form
of crude oil. This is burnod under
boilers that dovclop tho steam power
wmuti rx mcoucriowyy "
turn gonoratea electric
Tho nozzles undorneath tho boil
ers are adjusted to mix tho air with
the oil so that the oil will burn com
pletely without smoke. However,
if it Is desired to throw a smoke
screen, by merely Increasing the oil
supply, inky blackness will vomit
from the California's single smoke
From each of the two generators
largo copper cablos convoy tho eloc
trlclty to tho control board. The
control board Is equipped with lov
ers and handles whereby tho engi
neers of tho California will control
tho electrical propelling machinery.
Tho navigating ofllco sends word by
loud speaking telephones or electri
cal Indicators. One engineer stand
ing at tho control board can start
tho vessel forward or backward, and
vary tbo speed In either direction as
required. Ho can run all four of
tho 7000 horsepower motors from
ono of tho generator!! or from the
other. Ho can oven split up tho
load so that ono of tho generators
can run two of the motors forward
and tho other genorator run tho oth
er two motors "aatorn" in order to
turn tbo ship quickly.
Sunday and Monday
At the Liberty
One Year Ago Today
wua cleared of dorman
Otnclnlly unnounccd that Britain's
war losses tutalod nearly 1,000,000
King George, nccompauhsd by tho
Prlnco ot Wales and Prince Albert,
arrived In Paris.
TOKIO, Nor. 30. (By Mall).
Great dlfllcultlqa are being experi
enced by postal authorities through
out Japan in obtaining applicants
for the' work of postman, as strong
mon prefer moro remunerative em
ployment in these days of high
wages. This is ono of tho causes
tor tho congestion of malls and do-
lay of delivery.
A meeting of tho local postmas
ters recently hold in Alchl profoc
turo adopted tho suggestion to em'
ploy womon as mall carrlors after
tho examplo in soma westorn coun
trios. Tho application is now in tbo
hands of tho department of comma
Alexandor Zalmls, former prltno
minister ot Grooco, born In Athens,
It years ago today.
David WarUold, ono of tho fore
most nctors of the American utago,
born in San Francisco, G3 years ago
Marcus II. Ilolcomb, tho proaont
governor ot Connecticut, born at
Hartford, Conn., 75 yoars ago today.
John Barrett. who has roalgnod
as director gonoral or tho Pan-American
union, born at Grafton, Vt., E8
'i!.ira ago todny.
Hwagor Shorloy, former Kentcky
congressman and later uirecior oi
.ho railroad administration's divi
sion of finance, born In Louisville,
48 years ago today.
Lcmuol P. Padgott, representa
tive In Congress o ftho'Sovonth Ton
ncssoe district, born at Columbia,
Tcnu., C4 years ago today.
The Woman's Club of Topoka Is
tr linrs a new ?1 89,01 horns.
1857 Washington Irving, tho au
thor, died nt Tarytown, N. Y. Born
In New York City, April I, 178.
1871 Eight Spanish modlcal stu
dents wore shot aftor a trial for
stealing bodies from a cemotory In
1894 Kobort It. Abernathy, first
president of Itutherford collogo, dlod
at nuthorford Collogo, N. C. Born
In Lincoln county, North Carolina,
April 3, 1822.
1903 Colombia ofrorod free ca
nal concessions to tbo Unltod Btatos
It latter would permit tbo subjuga
tion ot Panama.
1908 Tho Maritime mine at Wo
nongahola, Pa., was wrecked by an
explosion that entombed over ono
1914 Montenegrins defeated an
Austriun force In Bosnia.
1915 Storms dolayed oporatlons
In Balkans, giving tho allies oppor
tunity to bring up relnforcemonts.
1910 Greoco appoalod to nou
trals, declaring tho government was
being coorced by tho ontonto allies,
1917 Bolshovlk government In
Husala began armlstico negotiations
' Tho, ladlos of tho Catholic church
are roquosted by tho committee in
chargo to moot at tho assembly room
ot the church noxt Friday' attornoon'
at 1:30 o'clock to sow for tho Fatr
to be held Doc. 11, 12, and IS,
Ajixruif'ir"'irr" i " "rr"""inrnAq
KOIt HALE at a bargain tho follow
Ing second hnnd huh 2 19 1(5
Itfo's In good condition, 1850. uucli;
1- 191A Koid tourlnic car f350.;
2 Ctudnlukcrs, 5 pnssnngnr I860.,
and 1 1050. 0. L. McWIIIItiiuH.
1167 Main, Phono 109. 17tt
FOR RENT OR LEASE
Ft) It HKNT Good wnrohouno 50X
60 foot, near H. P. Depot. In
quint llornld olTlco. 1-tf
WANTED lllrl for itonoral house
work and cooking Mrs. O, G. !.nb
sroo. Illy, Oregon. 1-tf
WANTED Employment on ranch
or camp by man and wife. Wife to
cook or wait on table. 131 2nd St.
7. 1 7.
December 11, 12,
WANTED A saddle. Phono 18FI3
WANTED Board uiiil room In prl
vnto family for man nud throe
boys ugo 10 to 17. Wrltu particulars
to TX Herald. - 2C-Gt.
40 sacks No. 1 seed potatoes, dry
land spuds variety. Early Six Weeks
preferred. Netted Gums or Blue
Contonulals. Ad (Irons Albert Bar
rott, (lenernt Delivery. 24-6t
CITY GARBAGE When you
Garbago romovod phono 91.
,mi" f cash'. ir.T l
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School- phono 3S0 01,1 ('."!rt
copying and llllnr ,!or,"l,
liouhowork. carl g for Mu.tnt
chorrM, tc. apucUt bUmii i.
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nuiluirlilM nd nn oltor t, ,o
mndu to mnko erflclont ron...i .
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MADAM 10INA, Palmi,t-
World's (InaliM Hirtaoloxbt,
I'ulmlit nud Mcttlnm
Uoadi your entire life past.
ptvjtttnt mill future- -correctly, d?.
lug iiiiiiiK.1. dntcK and fiRuns la bu
llions, lou, Ijw, marriage and dom
estic troubles, Tulls you what jm
nru beat uilniitoil for unil what to U
to botti'r oiir conditions In life. I
1 nix inuy rendu your hand ai joa
would an oi'oii book A rcaillnj bf
1 or will meet your IilnhMt eipocu
tloiiM. nud j on will lid wiser in!
lmiili)r. nftor consulting her, sit
having the r,IIt of removing all stU
InlliiniicoM nud ptaclng you In an ei
vlrotiini'tit of liappy thought sal
coiiti'iitiiiuiit. Iteadlngs: Sundir sal
dully, 'J a. in. to 9.30 p. m. Reed I,
HwaiiHon UIiIr f over Run store, Msls
81 . between fith nnd 7th, opp. West
ern Union, Klnmnth Kails. Oregoi.
The I.adlrs ot tho Catholic Chorea
will hold tbolr annual Fair Dec. II,
ENGLAND SHY OF
for other work. Borne re remali-
Inj; In It permanently; others hats
not yot corao back to the theater.
"Many Rlrls, too, wero married U
olllcors during tbo war and tars
now no need or Inclination to is
buck to tho stngo. Tho lack ottrrt
class nhow Rlrls for tho provincial
pantomimes Is becoming particularly
acute. It Ib ulmcst lmpos!M ts
got thorn to so out of London. Btm
LONDON, Nor. 10. (By Mnll).
England Is oiporlenclnn a shortage
nt chorus nlrls, according; to some
thuntrlcul ni;ontn and staRn tnann
Kcrs, Plonty of youni; womon uro
still anxious to not into the lime-
llBht, but oxporioncod Klrls aro ssalil Ualrtrloa of pounds are not tesst
to be far loss plentiful than they
were. Ono theatrical agu'nt has ex
plained tho situation thus:
"During tho war a larjjo number
of chorus Klrls, show Klrls, and
'small part ladles' loft tho hUro for
At 507 Mln Earl SnePherd ""
'Buy music this Christmas." f
" F.JtWJTKim "tiinWL'TlsVWji'Biaiiiil F I
. An the foundation of Good Dritt
The value In buyinR Nctleton Shoes ;i ttojj
not only look well when new but thifP""
Avottc loss and disappointment of expen
meiuinir. We recommend Nettletons.
Hoiii) nv THK
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