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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Light Weight and
Durability are the best
Guarantee of Quality
tint Mll IM
WAS l BED FOR jHERALD'S ClASSjFIFQJgHlTiBg
THE difference between
a Maxwell and a larger
car is largely a matter of
Each carries the same
average passenger weight,
travels over the same roads,
and at the same speeds.
Per pound of metal the
cost to make each is about
One lasts just about as
long as thf other.
The mission of the
Maxwell is to carry the
same load, over the same
roads, and at the same speeds
at extremely low costs.
That is highly efficient
It is expensive to haul
dead weight. Therefore,
every superfluous pound has
Light but strong metals
have been used.
These are the quality
rnetals. They provide the
"toughness," the wear, the
ability to stand any strain
and shock; and yet they are
light in weight.
This is the secret of the
Maxwell. It explains why'a
Maxwell delivers a mileage
that is inexpensive
that is troubleless
that is almost endless.
The greatest efficiency
economy record ever made
is held by a Maxwell.
It ran 22,020 miles con
tinuously without one single
stop of the engine, carried a
full passenger load, averaged
22 miles to the gallon, at a
speed of 25 miles an hour!
The story of the Maxwell
andits great acceptance by
the world is a story of its
For in five years 300,000
have been built, and these
have made many friends.
1920 production increases
to 100,000 Maxwells. Which
will supply 60 $j of the
$985 f.o.b. Detroit
was aiii.i: to in: n i rimici:
WEEKS AI'Tim TAKIMJ TAN.
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice la thereby given that
the undersigned baa been duly
of the Estate of
Susanna Leach, deceased, by the
County Court of the State of Ore
gon for Klamath County, and all
persons having claims against said
Estate are required to present1
same to said Administrator at the
law offices of It. C,
Klamath Falls, Oregon, within six
months from the date hereof.
Dated: December 15, 1919.
L. L. BROWNELL. Adminls-trator-wIth-the-Wlll-Annexed,
the Estate of Susanna Leach,
A subscription to The Evening
Herald for a prospective locator this
year, might mean a Christmas
Groesbeck,. present for all of us next year.
We have just received a complete stock of the fam
ous Barney Oldfield Tires, and for one week only,
from December 19 to December 27, we will sell one
tire to a customer at 25 per cent off of regular price
to introduce them in this territory.
For example a
30x3 1-2 Non Skid Tire, Price $21.95 Sale Price
35x5 Non Skid Cord Tire, Price $77.85 Sale
These tires are made by the superior Wrapped
Tread Process with best quality white rubber and
are built for hard service.
Cord Tires guaranteed 8000 miles.
Fabric Tires guaranteed 6000 miles.
Now is the time. We are saving one for you.
Annual Election Enterprise Irriga
Notlpo Is hereby given that the
regular Annual Election will bo hold
on Tuesday, the 13th day of Janu
ary, A. D. 1920. within the Enter
prise Irrigation District of Klamath
County, Oregon, for tlm nurnnan nt
electing one member of the Board of
Directors of said District, and to de
termine wnetnor n cortain contract
Is to bo made by the Enterprise Ir
rigation District with the United
States of America for a- water right
iior tne lanus or said Enterprise Ir
rigation District, whcroln tho mnxl
mum amount to bo paid for said
water right Is to bo sixteen dollars
per aero for each and every acre
Irrigable within tho boundaries of
said district, and the proportionate
part of tho annual operation nmi
maintenance cost of tho in
f works used In conveying tho water
iu nam uiHtrict.
The polls to bo opened at 8 o'clock
'on tho morning of tho nlnctinn mi
Uo be kept open until 5 o'clock In
tno afternoon of said day.
Tho Board of Directors havo spec
ified tho following polling places In
said district for said electien:
Tho residence on tho Old Vnr
ner Itanch, known as tho John
Smart placo, situated in Section
2, Township 39 South, Itungo 9
East of tho Willamette Meridian.
Given by order of tho Board of
Directors of tho Enterprise Irriga
tion District, this second day of De
cember, A. D. 1919.
BUItrtELL SHOUT, President,
O. J. HILLYAHD, Secrotary,
C. W. MILLEK,
Board of Directors.
'I w.is in bod for alx months with
stomach trouble tuul rhoiiimitiaiii
u ml Tanlne alone deserves tho cred
it for my recovery nuil present duo
health. I have Ruined twenty pound,
onjoy working hard every day and I
feel llko I had never boon alek In my
This remarkable atntbmont was
made by Mr. George tlrogolro, a pop
ular longeahoremnn who realties nt
27 IS Third Ave., Northwest, Seattle,
recently. Mr. Orogolro has lived In
Seattle for twelve youra and U woll
known to hundreds of people. Contin
uing he aald:
"My trouble started a year or
more ago and I got graduaally womb
all the time. My appetite loft me and
what I forced myself to eat would
uont digest, always caualng a tiovoru
pain In my stomach uid shortness of
breath. Fat greasy things nnd moats
were like polaon to my syastom.
got weak as a kitten nnd then the
rhoumatlam laid hold of mo ao bad,
especially In my knees, that I could
hardly drag myself about. My kid
neys seemed to give way too nnd I
had palna In my back ao bad I could
tot atoop over. My head ached ao It
roomed llko It would almply apllt
In two and I would got to dizzy I
would hnvo to hold on to aomethlng
to keop from falling. I wax ho un
comfortable nnd roatleaa nt night
that I would tosa about nearly all
night without getting more than a
third of the sleep I needed and I
lost o much weight and got ao had
off I finally got completely down
nnd out. Aa I aald before had boon
li bed for six months nnd no kind
of medlctno or trontmont aeomod to
tlo mo any good whatovor.
'I wna In this condition when I
decided to give Tanlac a trial and It
got me out of bod In throe wooks
nnd has made a different mnn of mo.
Tanlac alone did It, aa I tald lief ore
havo now taken six bottloa and
every one of my former troubles are
gone entirely. I out tin co meals n
day nnd never have tho least trouble
with my atomnch. My kidneys are
In fine shnpo and tho rheumatism la
a thing of the past. It do my work
ao cnslly now I surprlao tho men who
work with mo, nnd I will never
cease to bo grateful to Tanlac for
the wonderful wny It has put mo on
''I enn't every say enough good
for this groat medicine."
Tanlac la sold in Klamath Fnlli
by tho Star Drug Co., and In l.orella
by tho James More. Co. Adv.
FOR SALE Real Estnto piionh im-ythv .
- . U,,J" for v,
FOIt HALE ll) Hero farm or wilt'oiTV (IAImiami. V""""
trade for Ktumuth city property. , tlnrh, . J .'"Twiln
Albert llarrett. 12-27-20
FOR SALE MUccllnncoua
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10 HALE One qunrtor
powur motor, one three
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power motor, one 90 gallon hot School . . ,,",!" " County ',7i
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FOR RENT OR LEASE
FOIt KENTTWO room for light
nouaoKoopiUK lata Main St.
FOIt KENT Furnlahod room. In"
Ulre of F. Houlo, Herald Oltlco
or at 128 Second St., after 5-30
p. m. iott
FOIt KENT ItooiiiN. use of bath
mid phono. 840 Walnut, cor of
via, 1 ltr
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ante. Phone 233J. 12-27-19
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Vhlto Pelican Hotel. Klamath Fall.
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OF IHVOItlT HU.M.MO.NH
HOOKS, HOOKS, II(H)KS:
Kvory ono buy a book. You will
novor again find thorn no cheap. A
thousnnd or moro In our window,
cost 4 to 20 times as much. Closing
them out nt cholco for a quarter, 25c.
EVANS & DAMN. 19-KOD
Kqulty No. 1113
In tho Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for Klamath County.
Frances Gertrude Wluchell. Plain
tiff, v. James Howard Wluchell,
To James Howard Wluchell. tlm
above named defendant
In the iinmo of tho Slate of Ore
gon you are hereby required to np
appear and nuawor the complaint
filed against you in the nbovn en-
titled suit, on or before Monday, the
tun nay or January. lao. tlint be
ing the day of the luat publication of
summons and tho IiihI day wltlu'i
which you are required to answer.
a fixed by the order of publliaon
of thlH summons. If you fall w ap
pear and answer, the plaintiff WIl
apply to tho court for the relief tie
matidod In aald complaint. Said Milt
la brought to secure dissolution of
the bonds of matrimony existing be
tween yourself and plaintiff.
ThlH aummona la published In Tho
Evening Herald, a dally newspaper
printed and publlahed at Klamath
Falla. Oregon, by order of Honor
able D. V. Kuykondnll, Judge of aald
court, and dated November
Houth Hang C, east of the Wll-
Terms of ale ahnll bo purchaie
price null In hand. IiIiU to he In
writing, nnd nliall ho left with thli
guardian at the efflco of her said
attorney II. M Manning, at tho ad
dreaa aforeaald abstract of title
ahnll bo at tho oxpenao of tlm pim.
I Tlm anlo of snld promliei shall be
mntlo subli'ft to confirmation hr th.
il County Court
Dated at Klamath Palls. Oreeon.
thla Otll dav of Not ember 1919.
(Sgd) AONKS I'lIIItCK.
(iiinrdlnn of the Kstato and
Poraon of Albert Hopllai
I'lerce, a Minor.
S-15-22 29 5.
i:.vi:ctTitr' xotkt of
I'lUXI! n.V.Mj ACCOUNT
III the County Court of V o State of
Oregon for Klamath County
In the matter of the 1 state of
William Whitlock, Deceased.
Notice la hereby ghen that I hare
filed my final nccount nnd report as
Executrix of the lat Will and Test
ament of William Whitlock deceas
ed, anil that tho ahoro entitled
court has fixed upon 2.30 1'. M.
lat. ISnturdnv the 10th dnv of January
1919, tho first publication to bo mndo 102D u tlm ilmu nmi tho County
on tho 24th day of November, 19 19,1 Court House of Klamath County,
and the last publication thereof on
tho Otli dny of January, 1920.
H. M. MANNING
and WM. GANONO.
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
P. O. nnd Busluoas Address, Loom
Is Building, Klamath Falls. Klamath
Tommy Burns was tho last Ameri
can heavywolght champion to on
gago In an International contest for
tho title. Burns went to England In
1907 and knocked out Gunnor Molr,
tho British champion, In 10 rounds,
and tho following yenr ho knocked
out Bill Lang, Australian champion,
project nt Melbourne, In 0 rounds.
IXOTICI: OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
A romplcto lino of Crater Lake
nmi Sit, Slu.stn framed picture nt
Sillier Photo Co., lilll Slain' St.
WANTED Many of tho leading
nowspapor mon of tho country, tho
men In tho best paid positions got
their start on their homo nowspapor.
Tho all round training obtained on
tho smaller papor mndo tho special
ists who guldo tho destinies of tho
biggest publications of tho country.
Tho Herald has an opening for u ro
portor nnd will glvo local applicants
protoronco. Tno position Is opon to
any young man who Is nctlvo, bright,
nblo to gathor nows nnd write gram
matical English. Apply to tho City
NOTICE OF SALE OF HEAL
In tho County Court of" tho Stnto of
Oregon for Klamath County.
In the Mutter of the Eatato and
Guardianship of Albert Hopkins
I'lorco, a Minor.
Notice Is hereby given that, pur
suant to un order of tho above en
titled court, mado and entered on
tho Cth day of December, 1919, I,
tho uuderHlgned duly appointed.
Oregon In the City of Klamath Falls,
In said County, as tho place when
and where any person may present
any objection or oxceptlon to any
thing done by mo n.s Kiccutrlx of
aald Lnst Will and Testament, and
nt audi time and place tho abore
ontltled court will finally pass upon
and Bottlo said account.
Exocutrlx of tlio Last Will and
Testament of William Whit
NOTICE TO CKi:i)ITOI
Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned. h order of tho County
Court of Klainatli County, State oi
Oregon, has been duly appointed
Administrator of tho Lstato oi
Eliza A. Fleet, deceased. All per
sons having claims against aaiuw
i.iu MiiiiuiniKlll'li limy illlllllliuil,i nuun i,ii,iin ........... .. , ., i0
qualified and acting gunrdlan of tho late are required to present a i b m.
Aiimiiiiairniiir iil imv -
estnto and person of Albert Hopkins .Bald
in.nn .. o.. .i ,.. .i.ili... nt W mnn I J'a is, uicd-
esiaio aim person or Amort tiopKins.flaiii Aiimiinaii" . v -. .
I'lorco, a minor, will, on nnd altor Otllcos of It. 0 mm k w w
li Al II
Formerly the Ford Garage
, Notice Is horoby given that tho
undorfllgned'has filed In tho County
Court of tho fitato of Oregon, for
uumatn county, tno Final Account
of his Administration of tho Estate
of Alexander Choyno, doceasod, and
said Court has fixed January 10th,
1920, at 2:30 V, M ns tho tlmo,and
tho court room of said Court na the
placo for tho hoarlng of said Final
Account nnd for tho settlement
Dated :-Dccombor Cth, 1919.
Alex B. Choyno, Administrator,-with-tho-WIU-Annoxed
Estate of Aloxandor Choyno,
SPECIAL SCHOOL S1EETING.
Notlco Is horoby given to tho logal
votors of School District No. 1 of
Klamath County, Stnto of Oregon,
that a Spoclal School Mooting of
said District will bo hold nt Central
School, on tho 27th day of Docom
bor, 1919, nt 2 o'clock In tho after
noon, for tho following objects; To
voto a tnx of $4fi00.00 to bo usoil for
tlio purposo of Incronsod salaries for
tho tcncliot'H of tho district.
Dated this lGtlt dny of Decombor,
Attest: Ida B. Momyor, District
P. L. FOUNTAIN,
Chairman Board pf Directors,
duy of Janunry, A. D. 1920, nt tho
offlco of H. M. Manning In tlio
Loomls Building, Klnmath Falls,
Statu of Oregon, sell ut private
salo to tho highest and best bidder
therefor cosh In hand, Gold Coin of
tno united States of America, all of
tho following described land and
real estate located and situated In
Klnmath County, State of Oregon,
Tho south Vj of tho northwest
4, tho east Vj of tho Southwost
V and Lot 3 (othorwlso known
ns tlio Northeast quarter of tho
northwest qunrtor) of Soctlon
two In Township 35 South Hnngo
Six, East of tho Wlllamotto
Meridian, and nlso nn undivided
one-fourth Intorost in nnd to tho
southeast V4 of tho southwost Vx
of Section 35 in Township 31
hum -- ..- ,
within hIx months from mo ""
FltED e. fi.i:kt,
Administrator of thy D tite
of Eliza A. Flee .deceased.
Dated: December K.,9. n
.ill! if iJ
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long winter ovonlngs. -ou 11 oe
pier, more contonto and s
moro alive from readli S BOO'i o
Hundreds of school books to
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