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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 10, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 1090.
HEWS CLASSIFIED COLUMNS
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
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FOR SALE Used cars, 1917,-JBIgia.
Imperial Oarage. , 2Sjtf
FOR SALE Real Estate
FOR SALE Four room homo close
In $'950. Your terms. Also G room
box liouao and out buildings $975.
Pay liko rent P. O. Box 422. Klam
ath Falls, Oro. 9-10
FOR SALE A double drawer Na
tional Cash register. JusfUke new.
Rex Cafe. ' 18-tt
FOR SALE Leading make, Phoue
graphs, Pianos, Record. Earl
Shepherd, 507 Main St. 24-tt
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FOR SALE Nice large lot an cor
nor of 10th and High streets. In
qulro, Mrs. O. E. Earnest, Sheriff's
FOR RENT OR LEASE
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First in Flavor! Unsurpassed in Quality and Economy!
The thrifty housewife buys
"THE QUALITY COFFEE OF AMERICA"
in tho 5 pound vacuum can
You take no chance. Our worth while guarantee protects yeu:
'Your grocer will refund tho full price you paid for M.J.B.
Coffee if it docs not please your taste, no matter how much
you have used out of the can."
Also ioU In ono pound and throe pound vacuum cans I
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HOUSE FOR SALE No. 120 Wash
lngton St. 9-1 !
FOR SALE 3 room - furnished
bouse, large lot, chicken house and
yard $800, $500 cash, bal. $15.00 por
mo. Inquire 321 Grant St. 9-13
Serves you right Club Cafe C-tf
Give Us a Trial
Klamath Falls, Oregon
I have secured tho cabinet shop on
Eighth St, between Main and Pine
and am equipped to build anything
In the cabinet line, also screen doors,
windows, Ec't. Let mo give you an es
tlmato on anything you may want to
build. Tho work will bo done by
mechanics. W. E. McAboy. 9-10
Women bowlors of Wisconsin nrol Nashua, N. II., has lifted tho ban FALLING EXCHANGE
to hold a Htiito championship tournu- on boxing shows for tho first tlmo In' COSTS HUGE SUM
munt at Oshkosh this month.
a good dependable Electric Service is one of the
important factors in community building
WE BELIEVE it is a valuable asset to a community
to be able to offer reliable Electric Service at an
attractive rate to industries seeking location
WE BELIEVE this asset is a direct benefit to every
citizen of that community
WE BELIEVE the responsibility is delegated to the
Serving Utility to make every reasonable effort to
insure adequate and reliable Service for all purposes
required within its territory
WE BELIEVE the mere name of the Company
serving is not material the value lies in the actual
California-Oregon Power Co.
LONDON, Fob. 19. (lly Mnll.l
Tho Dally Mnil calculates thnt tho
ml verso exchnngo on America Is
costing tho United Kingdom 225,
000,000 a year, which Is more than
tho (administrative cost of tho wliolo
country In pre-war times.
THE MODERN WAY to got re
sults nowadays Is to go after them.
IS NO EXCEPTION
Kliunath Falls IVopIo Conio Out as
Frankly Hero us Eleliir
Klamath Falls people publlciy
recommend Doan's Kidney Pills.
This paper is publishing Klamath
Falls cases from week to wook. It
Is tho same everywhere. Home tes
timony In home papers. Doan's are
praised In titty thousand signed
statements, 'published In 3000 com
munities. Kluinnth Falls people nre
no exception. Here's n Klumath
C. C. Tovrea, 703 Second St.,
says: "My kidneys acted too freely,
which was vory nnnoylng nt times.
Aftor I began using Doan's Kidney
Pills, my kidneys ncted porfoctly
regulnr and In every wny I got good
results. I noVor liesltnjo to recr
ommend Donn's Kidney Pills to nny
ono who complains of kldnoy
trouble, for I know they can't be
Prlco COc, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kldnoy remedy
got Doan's Kidney Pills tho name
that Mr. Tovrea had. Fostor-MU-bum
Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
School Clerk of Dlst. No. 1. will
receive bids for 2C0 cords of body
wood, all to be cut from live trees, t
bo tiered and measured on tho school
grounds, 100 cords to bo dollvored to
Riverside School, 100 cords to Cen
tral School, CO cord3 to Mills school.
Bids to bo scnled and accompanied
by certified check for G per cent of
amount bid. Dirts to bo addressed to
Ida n. Motnyer, Clerk. 5Il wood to
bo cut in 4 ft. lengths. Bids to be In
by Monday, March 15th. 9-1 G
FOR SALE Or rent, well Improved
160-acro farm, under ditch, at
Bonanza, Oro. J. H. Faught. 8-13
FOR SALE New modern G room
cottage 5 per cent off for cash
1923 Main. 6-12
FOR SALE OR RENT Remington
typewriter. No. 10, Ilka now.
Room 208 Wllllts Building. 8-11
FOR SALE 160 acres good alfalfa
land Irrigated no alkali call
room 112, Wllllts Bldg. 5-tf
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
FOR SALE Cedar Posts. R.
North, Algoma, Ore., Box 67.
FOR RENT Room With bath,, for
gentlemen. 227 Third and Jeffer
son. Phone 447-R. ' 8-11
FOR RENT Ranch with Implem
ents, stock and seed for sale. 011
at 1621 Manzanata street, extreme
north east part of town. 6-13
FOR RENT Space In these colamsa
at five cents a line a day. A ltse
here Is read by thousand erery'
Serves you right Clue Oafe C-tf
CITY GARBAGE When you waat
garbage removed call b2J.
PHONE PEYTON for wood. 17
Printing, Stationery and office
supplies. Pioneer Printing and Sta
tionery company. 126 Main St. S-tt
FOR SALE 800 bushels of seed
wheat. Test 98 per cent. Address
A. A. Liskey, Midland, Ore. 9-15
LOST AND FOUND
FOR SALE Launch. Phono 237R.
FOR SALE In good location, half
Interest vulcanizing shop. Doing
good business now, will be a hummer
this season. Reason for selling, other
Interests. Will take car as part pay
ment. Balance, terms to right party.
Address V. S, Care Herald Publish
ing Co. Klamath Falls, Ore. 9-13
FOR SALE 2 wool fibre rugs and
1 clothes basket. 320 or 326 10th
FOR SALE 2 dozen white Leghorn
laying hens. Inquire at Jackson's
store. 335 South 6th St. 9-11
EX-SERVICE MEN, ATTENTION!
Tho regular meetings
of Klamath " Post No. 8,
American Legion, will bo
hold at 8 o'clock p. m., at
tho City Hall in Klamath Falls, on
tho second and fourth Tuesdays of
each month. All Comrades are In
Thoso desiring to Join tho Post
irfay secure application blanks from
O. K. Van Riper, Fred Nicholson, or
I. II. Carnahan, all of Klamath Falls.
FRED NICHOLSON, Secretary.
I have an old flddlo and a carpen
ters tool chest to sell or swap for a
Winchester or Savage Rifle. See
them at 33G South 6th St. 9-11
FOP. SALE "Voung cow, coming
fresh in a few days. Inquire, Walter
Zotmun, North side of Miller Hill.
FOR SALE 22 foot launch In good
condition. Cheap. E. Quilltch, Mills
St 1,1,1 MI? TIMIlKIt
KLAMATH INDIAN RESERVATION
FOR SALE 20 Durqc Jersey and
Berkshlro hogs; 1 dozen Barred
rock laying hens and 1 rooster. Ad
dress Tom Lynch Merrill Ore.
LOST A golden opportunity te salt
your home, your farm or aaytUac
you wish to dispose of. If yo de aat
use the classified columns ef He
FOUND A chance to dispose at day
of tho Innumerable article tkat
you have stored away In your cellar,
attic or barn. Turn your waste tat
cash. Thore Is always someone Wke
wants Just what you hare for sale.
Find him through the classified
columns of this paper.
WANTED A stock saddle; must be
In good condition. Phone 2SSJ.. J-tf
Neat, respectable young sua
wishes permanent room with or with
out board in refined family. Rosea
219 Hall Hotel. 2t
WANTED Girl for Btore and feua-
taln work. Experience preferred.
Harry Richardson. Tel. 294J. -!
WANTED Alfalfa farm near Klass
ath Falls. State acreage and edce
and distance out. Box A. Herald ef
WANTED A position by an exper
ienced lady bookkeeper ana tywsi.
Phone 360J. Ml
WANTED Good chassis at reasea
able price. Call 256, Record Office.
FOR SALE or will trade for cattlo,
100 Ewes G. W. Roberts, Poe
Valley or Box 44, Klamath Falls,
FOR SALE Oakland five passenger
touring car. Good condition
Terms. Also small Bulck truck. In
quire 906 Main. 3-tt
WANTED Girl for general house
work. Phone S43. 3-if
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is a pleasure that many discriminating women
allow themselves. Our special menus and ser
vice, as well as our special prices, please both
their taste and their purses. Step in when you
are in the neighborhood and try our special
Ladies' Luncheon Service. We know you will
enjoy it so well you will come again.
The Jewel Cafe f
I 610 Main Street
Sealed bids In duplicate, marked
outside "Bid Agency Timber Unit"
and nddressed to Superintendent,
Klamath Indian School, Klamath
Agency, Oregon, will bo received un
til twolve o'clock noon, Pacific time,
Wednesday, March 24, 1920, for the
purchase of timber on a tract, In
township 34 south, range 7 east of
tho Wllllnmetto Moridlan In Klam
ath Indian Reservation, lying be
tween tho J. J. Stelger Sale area and
tho so-called Spring Creek Sales ar
eas. Tho said unit includes lJbu
acres of unallotted land with nn es
timated stand of five million feet as
to which contract will be made with
the Superintendent and about 800
acres of allotted lands with nn estim
ated stand of three million feet ns
to which sonarato approved con
tracts with tho Indian owners may'
probably bo inndo. Moro than ninety i
per cent of tho tlmiior is wostern
yellow plno and tho remainder Is
whlto fir, Douglas fir and sugar
pine. Each bid must state the price
por thousand feot Scrlbnor Decimal
C. Log Scnlo that will bo paid for
tlmbnr cut and sealed. No bid of loss
thnn thieo dollars and fifty cents
($3. GO) por M. foot for yellow pine
and ono dollar nnd fifty cents ($1.
o0) for othor speclos will bo consid
ered. Each bid must bo accompanied
by a certified chock on a solvent na
tional bank, payable to tho Superin
tendent of tho Klamath Indian
School, In the amount of ono thous
and dollars ($1,000.00). The deposit
will bo returned If the bid Is reject
ed but rotnlnod ns liquidated dnm
agos It tho roqulrod contract and
bond are not executed and presented
for approval within sixty days from
the nccoptanco of n bid. The right to
reject any nnd all bids Is reserved.
Copies of tho bid and contract forms
and other Information may bo ob
tained from Superintendent Indian
School, Klamath Agency, Oregon.
Washington. D. C, Cnto Soils,
Fob. 18, 1920.
Commissioner of Indian Affairs.
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FOR SALE 1 Globe-Wernecke oak
fllo caso letter size 3 drawer,
verticle 4 compartments Price
$50.00 Just like new. J. II. Carnahan,
Loom Is Building. Room 4. 3-tt
WANTED A message from yet te
tho readers of Tho Herald, If reu
have anvthlng for sale, for reat, test
LOST AND FOUND
LOST A boy's macklnaw, re aa
gray plaid. Reward Herald eft
Servos you right Club Cafe 6-tf
IF YOU READ THIS so will thou--tands
of others read your message
it placed In these columns.
I will not be responsible far. say
bills contracted by my wife, Mrs.
Leonard Gasklns, after this date.
8-10 LEONARD OABIUNfl.
3 -Day Hosiery Sale
March 11, 12 and 13
This is made possible by opportune purchases, by J
wonderfully complete stock, and by close marking.
Hose, reinforced heels and toes, in all sizes, at I
Ask to see our new designs in Curiam Scrim.
Creme Oil Soap, special, 10c bar.
L. M. MARTIN'S
419 Main Street i
Klamath Tails, Oregon
ORDER NOW !L Feed & M 5"
126 South Sixth St.