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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
(TUESDAY, MAJICII 0, 4020.
Gifts to Women
Jiffy-Jell Users Need Them and are Welcome. S02 Below
Jlffy-Jell made with Sun-Msld Italalns or
Nena Such Mince Meat. Made with
Sty tC Mold-Pint Sb.
Crushed to Flavor One Jiffy-Jell Dessert
in iffff. Vi?"? cxamP,e of wealth of fruit
in Jilty-Jell desserts.
r;'nWf Cri'-Sh ,,.l?1cal,.l,!M '" Hawaii fruit too
ensed and scaled in a vial to flavor one pint
People need fruit daily. Now, when fruit is
costly, this is an ideal way to serve it.
Jiffy-Jell comes ready-sweetened. It is acid-
Vet the whole dessert costs but a few cents, grade gelatine is in it, and the fruit-juice es
- "a1 at your call. sence in a vial.
y 5T ,," T.V Il,t n.c" ,,ru,t9 wl,ic "me in KfTy
l .If.' 1 larA,!naUc fr',crushcd fruit, all are
fl abundant. All, conic in liquid form, condensed
, and sealed in glass a bottle in each package.
I - Real-fruit flavors in bottles
I .. Mark this Jiffv-Jcll distinction, otc how it
B rrr t ..r"? 0,tf-.sty,c luJck gelatine desserts.
I My-Jcll alone has these bottled fruit-iuice
1 essences. '
I . Jiffy-Jell desserts are, fniiNmade dalntfes.
rich in fruit. The fruit taste is not mere flavor
fe and not artificial.
You simnlv add hot water as directed nn
J)ackagc, and let cool. Then a package of jiflfy
ell serves six people in mold form, or twelve
if you whip the jell.
Vet this fruit-made dainty, rich in fruit, costs
a trifle. It costs less than serving apples.
'Twill delight you
Try Jiffy-Jell in various fruit flavors. Try lime
fruit flavor for a tart green salad jell. Try mint
for a mint jell to serve' with meats.
' Learn what these dainties mean to you. Compare
them with old-style desserts of this type.
We offer you choice of several 50-ccnt molds if
you will do this, and at once. Cut out our ofTcr so
you won't forget.
Tea Flavors In Glass Vial
Bottle tn Each Packag
Mint Llm' Cherry
Individual dessert molds
Style 4-Th hex to plat tlM Sryle-C
,. In assorted styles of aluml
''num, six to the set. The six
will serve a full package of
. Jify-JelL Send 5 trade-marks
for M-ix assorted.
1 I -aJ W '
I ' uL if
Jiffy-Cup for measuring
An aluminum half-pint cup.
Fill twice with water to dissolve
one package JifTy-Jell. Use, as
an exact cup measure in all reci
pes. Send 2 trade-marks for it.
Silver Deisert Spoons, teaspoon she, in a favorite pattern of Wm. Rogers!
aver plate, guaranteed 20 years. For. the first spoon send 2 trade-marks,
proa ISc for postage and packing1. Then we will offer you the balance of the set.
Free to users
Grf ait the A trade-marks in the circle on the
S" frosttof Jigr-Jcll packages. Send 5 for any pint
"moid -or the Set'of Six Individual Molds. Send 2
Q . for the Jiffy-Cup, or 2 and 10c for the Spoon.
Jb past molds are as follows all aluminum.
Hjfc) D Pint JJtoM, heart shaped.
aufa C Wat MoM. fluted as above.
f f Style o Fiat SaW Hold.
i moia wna puinacies.
...8et of Six
. JUT y-Cnp
Bend' 5 clrclee
tor uy plat mold
or the eat of all.
Band 1 for Jiffy
Cup. Band 1 tad
Its for apoon.
Jiffy Dessert Co, MAIL
Waukesha, Wis, THIS
I enclose... () trade-marks
for which send the gifts I
check: at side.
Enclose 10c for postage and
packing on the spoon alonet
IF YOU .READ THIS so will thou
usands of, others road your nmssage
ffpTcotl in thoso columns.
Sorvoa you right Club Cafo C-tf
A 'Herald Want Ad will soil It.
I'll Tell the World"
says the Good Judge
The man who doesn't
chew this class of to
bacco is not 'getting
real satisfaction out "of
A small chew. It holds
it a ricYi rnatA Vnii r1rnt
Have 'to take so many
fresh chevs. Any njan
who uses 'the "Real To
bacco j Chew will tell
Pat Up In Two Styles
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco
KliTCHIKAN. Alnskn. Fob. 15.
(Ily Mall.) Now doop water salmon
j biuilcH b(vo boon discovered off capo
Mponcor, uu miles east or Junonu at
tbo untrunco to Cross Sound, accord
ing to flslioriiion who returned to
Junoau roeontly. Heavy hauls of
salmon bavo been mn'tlo'tn tbo vicin
ity, it was siild.
FACTS, NO. B08
With tho complotlon of the
Columbia Itlvor highway
from Hood Hlvor to Astoria,
a distance of ' 180 miles,
' passenger and freight ser
vice by auto veblclo every
day In tho year will be as
sured. A trip more delight
ful cannot bo Imagined, be--cuuse
it will all be paved
8ITULITHIC WAIlKEJf BKOS. CO. .
All main Klamath Falls,"
Grants Pass and Ashland?
Htroets are paved with,'
Warrenltu - Bltullthlc, all'
over 10 years In service.'.
FOR SALE Real Estate
FOIt BALE Or rent, well improved
ICO-acro farm, under ' ditch, at
uonanza, Ore. J. II. aught. 8-13
FOIl SALK New modern n room
cottngo per cent off for cash
1923 Main. 6-12
QUAKR DBIKS STREAM -
ANCHOItAOE, Alaska, Fob.;;3.
(l)y Mall.) A slight earthquake
recently dried up tho stream which
supplied the water tank at Olncs, on
tbo Tanana valley division of the
lines operated by tho Alaska Engi
neering corporation, and the tank'
bad to be removed to another station.
Olnes Is about 34 miles from Fair
banks. It was believed tho quake
turned tbo entlro Btrcam Into some
tlvcs has led to redoubled efforts to
FOR SALE OR RENT Remington
typewriter, No. 10, like new.
Room 208 Wllllts Building. 8-11
FOR SALE 160 acres good alfalfa
land Irrigated no ulkall-r-call
room 112, Wllllts Bldg. C-tf
FOR RENT Space In these columns'
at five cents a line ajday. A line
here Is read by thousands every
Serves you right Club Cafe 6-tf."
CITY OARBAOE When you want
garbage removed call 62J.
PHONE PEYTON for wood. 187
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
FOR SALE Mli'k cow, 213G Want
land avo. Mills Addition. C-9
FOR SALE 20 Duroc Jersey and
Berkshire hogs; 1 dozen Barred
rock laying hens and 1 rooster. Ad
dress Tom Lynch Merrill Ore.
FOR SALE or will trade for cattle,
100 Ewes O. W. Roberts, Poo
Valley or Box 44, Klamath' Falls,
Ore. ' 4-10
FOR SALE Oakland five passenger
touring car. Good condition
Terms. Also small Bulck truck. In
quire 906 Main. 3-tf
Printing, Stationery and office
supplies. Pioneer Printing and Sta
tionery company. 12 8 Main St. -tf
LOST AND FOUND
LOST A golden opportunity, to-sell"
your home, your farm or anything
you wish to dispose of, If you do not
use the classified columns of The;
FOUNrJ A chance to dispose of any"
of tho Innumerable articles that,
you have' stored away In your cellar,
attic or barn. Turn your 'waste .'Into
cash.- There, is always someone" who
wants Just what 'you, have for sale.
Find him through the classified1
columns of this paper.
First Baseman Fred Merkle of-tho
Chicago Cubs owns and operates
nulto an extensive plantation near
Serves you right Club Cafo. 6-tf
Tho regular meetings
of Klamath Post No. 8,
American Legion, will bo
held at 8 o'clock p. m'., at
tho City Hall In Klamnth Falls Jon
tho second and fourth Tuesdays, of
each month. All Cbmrades ore"' In
Thoso desiring to Join tho Post
may secure application blanks from
O. K. Van Riper. Fred Nicholson, or
T. II. Carnahan, all of Klamath alls.
FRED NICHOLSON, Secretary.
FOR SALE 1 Olbbe-Wernecke oak
file 'caso loiter size 3 drawer,
vortlclo, 4 compartments Price
$50.00 JuBt like new. J. H. Carnahan,
Loomls Building, Room 4. 3-tf
FOR SALE Used cars, 1917 Elgin.
Imperial Oarage. 25-tf
FOR SALE A doublo drawor Na
tional Cash register. Just like new,
Rex Cafe, 12-tf
FOR SALE Leading makes. Phono
graphs, Pianos, Records. Earl
Shepherd, f.07 M-iln St. 24-tf
FOR RENT OR LEASE
FOR RENT Room with bath, for
gentlemen. 227 Third and Jeffer
son, rhono 447-u. ' 8-ii"
FOR RENT Ranch .with Implem
ents, stock and seed for sale. Call
at 1021 Manzanata street, extreme'
north east part of town. G-13
WANTED Good chassis at reason;-"
able price. Call 2S6, Record office.
WANTED 'Girl 'for general house'
work. Phone 343. ' ' 3-tf
WANTED A message from -you to
the readers .of The Herald, If .you
have anything for solo, for rent, lost
Strayed from inyplnce near Stukel
Bridge one small light red cow','
Jersey color, branded JH (connect
ed) on' right ribs, has short curved
horns. Has other brands, Address In
formation to J. R.'EllIbtt, Klamath
FallsOre. ' ,. 4-9 .
I will not be responsible for any
bills, contracted by my wife, Mrs.
Leonard Gasklns, .after .this "dote. '
8-10 LEONARD GASKINS.
... HALE OK TIMBER
KLAMATH INDIAN RESERVATION'
The Herald tells you today's, new today ot tomorrow.
A man la aa old oa his organs; ho j
can be aa vlgoroua and healthy at
70 aa at 35 if he aids his organs in
performing.their functions. ' Keep
your vital organs healthy with
Tb world's standard'remedy for kidney,
llvir, bliddor 'arid uric ncld trouble
alncs' 1696'j' corrects disorders; stimulate!
vital organs. AH druggists, three sixes,
Look' for ilia nam Cold Medal bn'evanr bei
and Mtapl BO Imitation
Sealed bids In duplicate, marked
outside "Uld Agency, Timber Unit"
mil addressed Mo Superintendent,
Klamath Indian School, Klamath
Agency, Oregon, will be received tin.
Ill twelve o'clock noon, Pacific tlmo,
Wednesday, Mnrch 24, 1920, for'tha
piircliohu of timber on a tract, ,ln
township 34 south, rango 7 east of
tbo Wllllnmctto Meridian In Klam
ath Indian Reservation, , lying be
tween .'the J. J. StelgerSale aroannd
the' so-called Spring Creek Sales ar
eas. The said unit Includes 1360
acres of unallotted land with anes
tlmated stand of five million teqt'as
to which. contract will be mnde'fwjth
the Superintendent and about'800
acres.of allotted lands with an estim
ated stand "of three million feetas
to which separate approved 'con'-.) y
tracts with the .Indian owners .may iS
probably bp made. More than ninety I
per cent ,of tho. timber Is western jX
ellow plrie and tbo remainder Is; 3.
whlto fir, Douglas fir and sugar , ?
pine. Each bid must stato tbo prlco
per thousand, feot Scribnor Decimal
C. Log Scale that will be paid'' for
timber cut and sealed, ,No bid ofjjess
than thieo dollars and, 'fifty cent's
($3, GO) per M. foot for yellow plno
'and ono dollar and fifty cents 4?1.
r0) for other species will be consid
ered. Each bid must bo accompanied
by n certified check on a solventpa
tlonnl bank, nayublo (o tlio Sufiorln-,
tendent of tho Klamath Indian
School, In the amount of ono thous
and dollars ($1,000.00). The doposlt
will bo returned If tbo bid Is rojoct
od but retained as liquidated kdnm
ngos If tbo roqulrcd contract nnd
bond nro not executed nnd presented
for approval within sixty days from
tbo nccoptanco or a bid. Tho right to
rojoct any nnd all bUls Is resolved.
Copies of tho bid nnd, contract forms
and other information mny boob
talned from Superintendent Indian
School, Klamath Agency, Oregon.
Washington, D. C, Cato Sells,
Fob. 18, 1920.
, Commissioner of Indian Affairs.
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Tr .4iVib1sb9IssB m
PAST AUTO TBtfCXr t ',
of ours are atEyour service
to call for and make
liveries; near and far, of' any
size shipment, large or small.
No express package too. big
- or too little for us to handle.
Our trucks make good time
and are In charge of experl-
. enced, reliable men. Call
us up for any transfer- job.
Western Transfer Co.
' ',702 Main
Phone 187; Res. 2C0R
25 26 28 2 4 6 9 11 1.1
NOTICE OF FINAIi SETTLKMENT
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Suits msde to vour exact individual reauirements.
Step in and select your Spring and Summer Suit now. : X
we guarantee. perreci-nuing, nneiy-iauurcu, ijfiwi
Clothes, made By '
Notice Is hereby glvon that the,x
undersigned has filed In tho County I.
Court of the State of Oregon fori
Klamnth Countv the final account of
,liis administration of tho estate of
Andrew KrltchOUIs, doccased; land
the said Court has nxod April k10th,
1920, at the hour of two o'clock,
p. m as mo time, ami tne i.uourt
room of 'said Court ns tbo place! for
the hearingj' of objections, If nny, to
tho said'nal account nnd tlio 'settle
Dnted February 28, 1920. J'
JAMES II. DRISCOLLm ,
Administrator of , the estate of
Androw Krltcholils, Deceased.'-' '?
1-B-1 Koo on l ' V
Leading Clothiers and Hatters
MiirpHey Feed & Seed Store
126 South Sixtk St. I .. . . PbbiMg7