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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 4, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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Clothes Saving Starts
ALL-WOOL fabrics and fine
tailoring in clothes mean longer
wear. Longer wear means fewer
clothes to buy each year. And
fewer clothes to buy each year
means money saved.
You'lf get all this out of our
clothes; if you feel you don t,
worn . them
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STOCKS AND BONDS
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followfnj; are the"oIenfnc
vntt sai.k 400. acres, a
the Langell Vaftey Irrigation proj
ect, 'J.'0 '.acres" In cultiTation; 60
ing land.rest pasture; running vat
er for stock; 2 acres bearing or er
chard: large house, and fair out-
buUdlncs; Price" $21.00 per acre. 40ipriCes on bonds in New York; clfy to-
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TOR SA'tE 160 acre ranch, 7' miles
, east of Bonanza under irrigation
project', $20.00 per acre.
T-y . Beteral bargains. in. Klamath Falls
city property. Terms .reasonable. .
u., - MRS 'NATEiiOTTKRBKLN.
527 Klifimath Are. 4-5
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1st 3 s r...$i6.50
1st 4s - 90.14
1st 4s .... .".... 91.06
2nd 4s .. .... 89.90
2nd 4s '. 3...... 89.98
'3rd .. :;.... M.38
4th .-. : .'.'.!.'.. 90.20
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PorcigB Exchaage. . ...
Belgium, francs .-.$ 7J35 ?
England? pounds' 3.43
France, franfs, . 7.0 5 '(
Gorman y, marks ,.r f.QS' '
Jtaly, lires..; S.SOi,
Spain, pesetas .-. 17. 4 5
Sweden, kroner . 19.00
Fifteen cents a day keeps a
Chinese laborer in comfort, s.t,-'.
Suits made to your ejicact. individual requirements.
' Step in and select your Spring and Summer Suit now.
"' We guarantee perfect-fitting, finely-tailored, stylish
' Clothes, made by ' .
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Leading Clothiers and Hatters
Notice is hereby given that a
public auctipn will be held at the
Earl Faithful Itanch, on Sec. '13,
Twp. 36, 3., of Kange 13,. E. of the
W. XI. In nravnn (nrnloA nnnmilm-
ately one mile west of the Labereet
ranch and tnreo miles nortneasi oi
Beatty. Ore.), at 10 o'clock a. m.
March 12, 1920, at which tlme4here8
will be offered tor sale certain .per
sonal property I belonging ,to ,. Earl
Faithful, deceased. Including the' fol
lewing: '" '' I
1 Reo outomoblle, four-cyllrjuer.
3 Dull hay rakes. ',
4 Mowing machines. ' '''',
1 Steel peg-tooth liarrow ',, "
1 Steel plain rldjng saddle.' t'
7 sets ot harness.
1 3-inch wagon. - '('
1 Blacksmith forge, anvil ,md
1 Mitchell & Lewis gasoline drag
saw, ' '
. 1 Hay derrick.
'' 1 12-gaiiBo Winchester shotgun. '
1 30-30 Winchester rlilo.
1000 His. wheat.
1000 lbs. flour. ' ,
, 25 tons rye hay. ' ,' '
30 tons wild hay, .
4 Duroc hogs. ' , '
Cattlo, estimated number $3 head,
12 coys with calves.
15 steers, short yearling. ,
50 dry cows and heifers.
Ho rues, estimated at 100 head,
divided about as follews:
12 ull-purposo horses broko .to
work. ' '
13 nll-purposo horses unbroken.
75 range Indian ponies.-
All the foregoing property, as well
as ocuer m see nineous items not
herein mentioned which are to be
sold, may bo seen at said Faithful
Itanch. Sales will bo for cash only.
Tho right Is reserved to 'roject.any
and all bids. t'.
It- is probablo that arrangements
can bo made whereby purchaserof
stock, can feed thorn a short tlmo at
the ranch, purchaser to furnish own
hay, by purchase from estato ' or
otherwise It Is also possible that
piljphnser f stock can arra'ngo" to
lease, the ranch for the coming year.
WALTEIt O. WEST,' "
Superintendent and Spl. D', Agent.
Klamath Agency, Ore,, ...
Feb. 28, 1920, '.4-9
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