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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 5, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
THUllHnAY, FKnilUAIlY n, 1020
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Life Insurance Co.
Deposits and Investments Locally
Lower Cost Belter Service
"MY CAKES NEVER FALL-NEVER"
"They're always of feathei-y
lightness and the secret of my
"It's a dill'erent and more
"Callers nijiy interrupt when I'm in the midst
of cake mixing, but with Crescent interruptions
do not mean failure.
"The Crescent raise awaits oven heat; when
the cake is slipped in, the dough rises to perfec
tion no chance for it to fall, though baking is
delayed for hours."
You pay only the pre-war price.
25c for 1 pound
$1.00 for 5 pounds
CRESCENT MANUFACTURING COMPANY
IN COLD WEATHER
"Ford operators can save them
selves couHldorublo trouble during
cold wi'iitliur If tlioy clvn proper
iittmitlon to tin) Ford clutch," Halil
T. .1. Murtoll, special tigonl for the
fltmidtiril Oil company, In dlHctissltiK
cold wmithor lubrication yeslorday.
".Mnuy Ford operators complain
that when tlio i!tu;lno Im rolil It Ih
haril lo crunk nlid the car Iiiih u leti
(Iciiiy lo crcop forward wlillo crunk
Inir "To eliminate an much as possible
thin caiiHu for complulnt, tlioy should
III Ht malco nuro that tlio clutch
llirowoiit lover Ih adJiiHlcd no that,
with tlio Jiund-lirnku lover not tlio
clutch In fully dliioncaKcd. An thin
relieves thu steel dliicn In tlio clutch
of all pressure from tlio clutch
Hirlm:, It hIioiiIiI permit Btilllcloiit
separation of tlio driving from tho
driven discs o allow them to turn
freely on each othor. This Ih neces
sary because thu driving discs aro
connected to thu cuglno rrnnkshnft
and tlio (lilvon discs cannot rovolvc
without turning thu rear whculs.
Hut If tlio lubricating oil uncd la of
too heavy body, the discs will still
bavo a tendency to Htlck together
and mako cranking dlfllcult.
"In tho Ford powor plant tho
clutch Ih combined with tho engine
and lubricated from tho supply of
oil In tho crankcaHo. If tho oil In
uho has a zero cold tent It will not
congeal or becomo too heavy at nny
temperature above zero, and tho
clutch discs will then separate freely
when relieved of tho pressura of tho
clutch spring. Thin will permit tho
engine to ho crnnkod with minimum
effort, and will check tho tendency
of I ho car lo crcop forward.
"Xeroleno light Is tho correct lubri
cant for Ford cars In cold weather.
It has a zero cold. test. It Ih cor
rectly refined from selected Califor
nia crude oil and It Hows freely In
all temperatures down to zero. It
helpH considerably to olliiilnato the
hard cranking and creeping car
complaints and given correct lubrica
tion to tho engluo, tho clutch and
(TIT IIAMj nuiir
IN FIFTY 1'KAIW
FOR SALE Real Estate
I'llILADKLl'IIIA, Fob. 5. Pay
ment for building the Philadelphia
city hall has Just liven comjiloted, al
though construction was started In
1872. The cost was f 2ri,000,000.
The city hall was built by a public
building cummlsslon, authorized by
the legislature In 1870. A fotir-"mllI
tax for Its construction wns levied on
' 'w ............. w .U ,,..,. f, ,-,n,, UAl.t,. ... ,- i
six yearn. At that llmo, however,) Ithoun Durham-bull, 1
tho city did not bavo tho power of' M. Hold. , ,,
lien for taxes and, iih a result, part
of the buildln gtaxcH remained delln-iueut.
HEWS Hi COLUMNS
FOIl BALK Koomtn;; homo- b')t
location In town 'nnulre it'll Main
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Small, oval, blue mosaic pin
Sunday evening. Howard. Mrs. C,
J. Ferguson. G-3t
LOST On Main St. yesterday $20.00
Hill. Finder please return to Arth
ur Iloloo, Phono 480W. $5.00 reward.
I Invented the Tiru
Sola Idea U. S.
Patent No. 1077149,
November a, 11.
NOTH'H OK FINAL ACCOUNT
Bring us an old,
worn tiro like
we'll cover it
with a Sturges
Tiro Solo made
of new, live rub
ber, with heavy
and you'll have
the equal of a
new tire, which
looks liko this,
Sturges Tire Solea re
duce your tire expense
one half. Wa apply
KIiAMATn RUDDER &
1120 Main St. Phono 801
In tho County Court of tho State of
Oregon for Klamath County.
In thu matter of tho estate of II.
G. Falrclo, deceased.
Notice Is hereby given that tho un
dersigned ban filed In tho uliovo en
titled court mid matter his llnal
i account and that Saturday. March 0,
1U20. at 11:00 o'clock p. m., In tho
! coin t room of thu above entitled
court In tho County Court IIouso at
I Klamath Falls, Klamath County,
Oregon, has been fixed by tho court
as the time and place at which he
'will bear the said llnal account and
nettle the same, and all persons hav
ing objections thereto shall II lo their
.said objections or appear personally
land object to the continuation of the
said account on or before tho said
date ubuvo mentioned.
Dated at Klamath Falls, Oregon,
this 1th day of February, 1020.
II. M. MANNING,
Kxccutur of tho Kstuto of II. 0.
Wnnt Ads bring ioniiNn.
r,M .MAIN KTIIHKT
Most l'p.to-l)ato llllllanl Parlor
In (ho Clly
i CUiAJtK'mtt) anil TOUACCOS
CouvtcHj' ami Service our Motto
In ancient Home tho perfumers
lived In a special quarter set apart
for their uso, and whole streets wero
filled with their shops, which wero
tho lounging places for wealthy
NOTICH OK K1LINU OK PETITION
-TO VACATN HTIU'KTH
To Whom It May Cencern:
Notice Ih hereby given that tho
undersigned will at the regular meet
ing or the Council ilf tho City of
Klamath Falls, Oregon, to ho held
upon the evening of tho 8th day, of
March, A. I). 1920, prcsont't,thelr
petition to said Council prnylngSfor
tho vacation of certain streets ..and
alleys In Klamath Addition to" (ho
City, of Klamath Falls, Oregonr,de-
scrineu us ioiiowh. io-wii:
All that portion of Fourth Street
lying and being between blocks 111
and 112 In said additien:
All that portion of Second Street
lying and being alongside and adja
cent to lot G, in block 100, nnd to
blocks 101, 109 nnd 110 In said ad
All that portion of Willow Avenuo
lying nnd being between blocks 100
nnd 101 In suld addition.
All that portion of tho alloy run
ning through blocks 101 and 102 in
All that portion of Rim Avenuo
lying and being between blocks $101
and 109 mid blocks 102 and 108jin
said addition ;
All that portion of the alley run
ning through blocks 109 and 108 In
All that portion of KInlock Avenuo
lying and being between blocks 109
and 110 ami blocks 108 and HI In
All that portion of the nlley Tun
ing through blocks 110, 111 and 112
In said addition;
All that portion of tho street or
nvenuo sometimes called Pacific
Avenuo parallel and southeasterly of
iiiocus no, in and 112 In said ad
As said streets, alleys and blocks
nro shown by tho official plat of said
niltlltirn now on file In tho public re;
cords of Klamath County, Oregon.
Dated this 2nd day of February,
A. I). 1920.
HUROE W. MASON.
M. S. WEST,
EMMA J. WEST,
CITY aAHHAOE-When you want
Garbage removed phone 91. 11-tf
Printing, Htatlonory and office
supplies. Pioneer Printing and Sta-i
tionery compuny. 12G Main St
MADAM IOINA, Palmist
PHONK PEYTON for wood. 187
Demorest, Dontlst, over
man's Store, Ctb and Main.
llext yet Herald Want Ads.
WANTED Experienced .woman for
'general housowork. Phone 2GC.
WANTED A first class finish car
penter C. M. Reid, Merrill. 5-7 '
World's1 flrentcst Phrenologist,
Palmist and Medium.
Heads your entire life past,
present and future correctly, giv
ing names, date? and figures In bus-
9-tftlness, love, law, marriage and dom
estic troubles. Tells you whpt you
ore best adapted for and what to do
to better your conditions In life.
This lady reads your hand as you
would an opon hook. A reading by
hor 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 nnd placing you in an en
vironment of happy thought and
contentment. Readings: Sunday and
dally, 9 a. m. to 9:30 p. m. Located
at Room 1, Moore Rooming House,
1313 Main St., between Broad and
Spring Streets, one block east of
White Pelican Hotel, Klamath Falls,
Ore. Phone 471. 27-10
WANTED Practical nurse desires
engagements. Phone 12F14. 5-10
WANTED At onip. a good girl to
assist at the Marshall Houte. 4-tf
WANTED Furnished honsa or
apartment. E. I). Bishop, Phone
A MIDDLE-AGED Woman wouldltke
work as a waitress in logging
camp, or as helper In 'kitchen or as
housekeeper. Address H. B. Davis,
Bray, Calif. 2-5
STENOGRAPHER WANTED Good
salary1. Apply Renner & Chaotaln,
over Klamath State Bank Bldg.
Phone 117, 2-tf
The Farm Bureau will offer a pool
order on formaldehyde to be closed
February 20th. Place your order
with Farm Bureau office for your
supply for treating grain and potatoes.
The partnership heretofore exist
ing between H. E. Calkins and J. H.
Hamilton has been dissolved. The
former partner has taken over the
entire business and will be responsi
ble for all debts contracted after
February 1st, 1920.
J. H, HAMILTON.
' tejtlSfei? After a hearty
I .' 7- '-
if you chew
a stick of
r and Baggage
ANYWHERE IN THIS CITY
Western Transfer Co.
Other benefits: to teeth,
breath, appetite, nerves.
That's a good deal to
get for 5 cents!
Sealed TtebMtert Rfelif
. 1UI&.r B 2?k.
:hil vjiNa gumF '
a. ann-3 r oat.tk'T
VliUlT ? jTWK
Jin hi 1 II i aviA
4iytlliM' II ; f
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I i! -cihjB i.tVtfc-A
--The Flavor imm
Get busy nnd relieve tho.e;paln
with that handy bottle of '
WHAT Sloan's does, ft ,doei
thoroughly penetrate without
rubbing to the assailed port and
promptly relieves all .manner, of ex
ternal pains and aches. You'll find it
dean, and rion-skin-staining. Keep, it
, handy for sciatica, lumbago, neuralgia,
over-exerted muscles, stiff joints, pains,
bruises, stains, sprains, bad weather
i For 38 years Sloan's Liniment hat
' helped thousands the world over. You
-won't bean exception. It is iinequaled
Jin, producing results.
'. .AU drureists 35c 70c. $1.40.
From palm trees In the Andes a
special wax Is obtained for candle-making.
announces that he has
moved his offices to those
formerly occupied by Dr.
Schleef, rooms 1 and 2,
White Building. The
phone numbers' are as
Timber Sale, Kiamnth Indian Reser
vation'. Sealed bids, in duplicate,
marked outside "Bid Eggsman Unit,"
and addressed to the Superintendent,
Klamath Indian School. Klamath
I Agency, Oregon, will be received
until twelve o'clock noon, Pacinc
time, Thursday, March 11, 1920, for
the purchase of timber on 640 acres
of tribal and allotted land on the
Sprague River in Sections 22, 27 and
28, Township 34 South, Range 8
East of the V, M., Klamath Reser
vation. The sale comprises about
two and one-half million feet of yel
low pine, for which no bid of less
than three dollars and ten cents
($3.10) per thousand feet will be
considered. All timber must be re
moved prior to July 1, 1921k Each
bid must be accompanied by a certi
fied check for one thousand dollars,
payable to the Superintendent of the
Klamath Indian School. Deposit
wlH be retained as liquidated dam
ages it bidder fails to execute con
tract and bond within sixty days
from acceptance of bid. The right
to reject any and all bids is reserved.
Form of contract and other Informa
tion may bo obtained from Superin
tendent. Washington, D. C. Janu
ary 23, 1920. CATO SELLS,, Com
missioner of Indian Affairs. 3-eod-28
'Klamath Lodge No. 137
Moots' Friday -nlghf of each week at
I. O. O. F. hall, Dth and Main streets.
Itymim Weschlor, N. O.i W.'ti) Wells,
Socrotnry; W. D. Cofer.--Treasuror.
Ewauna Encampment 1N0. 4, L.O
O. F., meets Tuesday night of each
week nt I. O. O. F. hall. W. H. North,
C P.; W. D. Cofer, Scribe; Fred
nuesliig, Treasuror. ,
Boiled drinking water as a method
of guarding against disease was
practiced in olden times. Herodotus
tells how Cyrus bad his drinking
water boiled and carried in silver
vessels, and Pliny the Elder' relates
that Nero had water boiled and af
terwards copied for drinking by plac
ing it in glass flasks surrounded by
Kidney, liver, bladder and uric i
troubles are most dangerous be
cause of their insidious attacks
Heed the first warning- they givq
that they need attention by taking
The world's standard remedy for thaaa
disorders, will often ward off .thai dia
asas and strengthen the body against
further attacks. Three sizes, all druggists.
Utk fee the muse Cold Medal ob naraH
end accept m ImiUflnei
THE NEW FAIRBiANKS-MORSE BOSCH
MAGNETO EQUIPPEEl ENGINE
and the .
CARLSON PUMP JACKS AND WINDMILLS
LORENZ PLUMBING SHOP
123 Sixth Street
It will save you Tinier, Money, and Patience ,
i. Murphey's Feed & Seed Store
') 126 South Sixth St ttlOL.:: Phone 87