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S " THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
ji,,.,,. BArrERY W1TH A
Tll.SDAV, MARCH !M, J20
6th, Between Main and Klamath
HIIAHTA VIEW NOTES
Suiti made to your exact individual requirements. I
aicp in iiuu oicci your spring anu hummer Suit now. ?
We guarantee perfect-fitting, finely-tailored, atyliah
Clothes, made by ?
When mentioning monoy ralid by
box socials remember to put Shasta
View nt tho head of tha lint for wo
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-ti - i " wi nuiiuu uii buiiuui uimnui
x none l7ln t1'" countv cftn toattho following
Irouird. The ontortalnrnnnt and box
. Uncial Friday evening nt tho Shasti
Noiiri; op i:i,i;. tion ! Vluw school house under tlio dime-
In llm County court of tho Hinto of Jllun of I lie three teachers and the
In ii!.!rmVilrfK.li,,, '' CVul,,y- 1 HulpltiK Hand society was a com
"I !in ft in t lr of tho OrimnlzuHnn 1
Of II... I'm .-Viol Irrt.ntl 2 ",ol "r- """l,UU" Wllh CP"n
I District j I Idlers. These wise people engaged
WIlliroilH. Ulllllir Din Iiriivlnlritm nf Mm Kllimlli Vlnur mlliul r..1. I, film.
? l.,,,.",r!',r, 3,';.7,,-(,"l",,J",,.,''lw" of ro" Uh "" 'tertalnmont which spoke
I fn.u.id'ni.'unl'fr drV''" f,,r l""lr ""' Ju"'n'nt '"
y imiliiB and establishing Patterson i '"", ,,0l,r Pmurain wan pronounced
X Irrigation lilntrlct with tho follow- by many an only half long enough
ii,'Z',',',';.V''H; ,0"Wl,t: " wi ' wirorwi of tho artistic
I Mu!HhWl'or,,;"r"ofrxr:"u,ll::,,''t'r, ,n nai th i"""0""'
J ant iiiartnr of the noiithweiii (uar-j"",,r w'Hdom by engaging Crls Cow
IE lor (Hi:'4 of HW4) of Brctloii Icy, tlm I.angell Valley auctioneer
tiutVyu'.l!!',' (;s," 'wnihlP Korty who enthused tin. boys to mid. an
i til!' TZ:VlZr& l" " ' -a.
"luuuiin i ounty, uregnu, thcuro cast I ' " ' ' lMO "oxes, noiio selling
i aiu Huiiiuvinion lino one and one- for i-hh than 13 r.O and from that
h. ,'."!'.7 '"."'" ",,rt,,(!'",t corner of! to $21.00 each. Talk about men go
tlio Noutlnviml quarter of thu south- . ,. , . , ... , ,
'ant jnarlur of Section 28. In "aid ! I,,K w"'1 nt tt Bul" of puro ,'r0(1
townnhlp and rnni:i; tlii.iirn notith i nifirk": thcro Is almply no comparl-
forty rlialnn, Ihvnro uaat twenty Uon to tho yoiinc man who la dotor
rl.aliiH. tlifiim Houth twenty chaltia, mm.,I to K.-t 1,Ih ''b.-nt Klrl" to eat
Kyrw:1::: 'H",,,",r wu" "' t"" n"ipinK ,,an"
FOR SALE Real Estate
FOR BALE 2 lots at Shlpplngton,
near scuooi iiouno. Address Chan.
W. Urown, Chelsea Lumber and Uox
All partlca having cars on storage
at tho Olohn garago. formorly tho
Ford Oarago, aro to have their cars
out of this p.arago by March 31,
1920. GEO DICH.V 20-27
1'IIONE PEYTON for wood. 187
vrt ok l rt . - .i
i n,V ilTZL i " K,r.. ' ,. c,Ty aAItBAGB When you want
land Irrigated no alkali call. KUrliaco rpranvwl call b2J
room 112, Wllllta Illdg. f,-tt! Kunja'q retnov'"' " "J-
t -mbV. BKaVsMrKaV pAaBfewBBr,A4 )ajBaVaalBBavMBB3 I I
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
FOR HALE- 18 ft. motor Uunch.
good condition Inquire Uort Mus-
too, 1C28 Wall street. 22-23
ICIectric Wiring ...
FOR SALI- 2 grado holatoln helf!
,urs, 3 years old. Coming fresh'
soon. I.. F. Uoortson, Btukol Bridge
Printing, Stationery and office
HUppllefl. Pioneer Printing and Sta
tionary company. 126 Main St. J-tf
FOR HAI.E OR TRADE A No. 1.
White sewing maehlne, will trade
for 12 or 1C gaugo numo gun. fl20
Jonoraon ui. 22-25'
WANTED Position by experienced
all-round blacksmith. Have been
with Pacific Lumber Co. Humbolt
Co., Calif, for several years. Would
Hike to locate with lumber company
here. Chas. Combs, Townsend Flats.
Room 1. 22-24
FOR SALE--Voung fresh cow with
heffer calf afoot. Walter Zetz-
nian, north side Miller Hill. 20-23
sum KitwiHhip and range; thnttru
eat Iw.-niy rhalnn, tbeiico south
sixty I'haliiH, more or leas, to the
sotillifBHi rormr of lot numbered
four, of Hirtloii three, In Township
41. south of Rang.) Eleven (11)
E W M . In Klamath County. Ore
gon; thence ,mt twenty chains, to
l ho scrtlon Hint between Hcctlons 3
and 4. tcilil township and range;
wi-iik- miuiii in. ai or near tlio south
mines also rcreiveil i;h zs for a
ijnlll on which tickets had been sold,
making a grand total or J27K.25.
Think of It. Away out In tho sago
brush twenty-five irillcs from a rail
road. Three chcera for Shastn View.
Malln and the Carr district were well
represented and some woro present
from Merrill. Those In chargo of the
Leading Clothiers and Hatters
ADVISE FARMERS TO
GROW MORE CLOVER
wheat where corn orrnplcn the land
Iimi long In Hrmlt seeding wheat In
Ft'rtiiieniH show Hint In I'ontlnii
otu rtilture for 2" )ears. the yield of
wlmat fell tinin y 21 bushel us an
east corner of .Sect Inn 4 in said town-1 affair wish to thank every one most
Hl.lp null ranee where mi 1,1 nn Inter- beartlly who so liberally turned their
seels the north I tie of the rlght-of- . . . .. . , . ...
way of what Is known as the Adams I ,,ockp,B ,n",,,,, oul uml w" tTml the
Canal Thence northerly and west-! money will be npont In a manner
erly iilnng the north boundary of the moHt beneficial to all.
said Adams Canal to a point twenty
chains weHl of tho east line of Sec
lion C, In said township and range;
(hence north to the no 1 1 li boundary
"f salil township; (heii'-e wi-it twenty
'haliiii. to the ijuaitor corner on the
tounnhlp line between said town
ihlpii lo mid II, said range number
II E. W. M ; theiiro north through
WHoii S2. Township 40, South of
Range It East, ttlxtaut sixty cIihIds;
i Heme west twenty cbnlim: ihenr..
The Shasta View Sunday school
raised $38 !)3 which they sent to the
sufferers In Armenia. We feel this
Is ipille good ns our Sunday school
Is small In comparison to so many,
Walter Donart and family visited
with Mrs. Dnnnrt's parents, Mr. and
Storage Hatterles Charged..!!. Shldler
WANTED Men for construction
work. Wages $5.00 per day .Mor
gan's camp. Dairy, Ore. 22-27
Used cars for sale ono 1918
Chevrolet, flrst-closa running condi
tion. Prices aro right. Central Oar
FOR SALE Ono Shlro stallion, six
years old. Several head of young
work horses. Inquire of Enterprise;
Ranch, or phono 2fi3J. 12-tf
Sorves you right Club Cafe G-tf
WANTED ON RANCH Man and
wife, man for farm work wife to
cook for 3 or 4 men. Good house,
steady Job. Write giving particul
ars of experience etc., and wages
wanted to P. O. box 31, Klamath
Falls, Oregon. tt
FOR SALE A double drawer Na
tional Cosh register. Just like new.
Rex Cafe. 12-tf
WASHINGTON. Mar 22 Decline
In clover culture by American farm-!
f Menu to Imvn Konn no far as Ini
' niitrii.il in, .in. . f m . ... .'..ii i ...
I'll J l-t.l I. II'
conil ten yearx.
! while In a 3-year corn-wheat clever
inlntloii the )lilil of wheat rose from
' 2 InmhcM In the first leu e:iri to
threaten to hn serious and for the ' t,,r the first
food of the nation's con and wheat . " ,' J hlw,,"U f,,r ,,,,, "
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Into clover, the Departineut of Agri
tulturo advises. Produilheiirnn of
had under com and wheat decrease
root rapidly. Rotation of crops Is
ttrnntly advocated by experts who
T tho most Important Is corn
Tht'Clorrr, with oats In place of
12 7 S lumhels In the second dicaie
The best type of man for long life
Is rather short and below- the normal
UTILIZE THE MAXIMUM
ADVANTAGES OF YOUR BANK
pimply using the First National Rank as depository for
your funds Isn't bringing you the maximum benefits of
banking. (lot Into the habit of consulting us regard
ing your operations, the oxpniisloii of your eudeiiMirs,
new Investments and surh like.
IF TWO HEADS ARE BETTER THAN ONE, what do
you think of uddlng the heads of our full hoard of di
rectum to your own 1st working things out?
Ue First National Bank
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1WST AUTO TKUUHM
of ours aro nt your sorvlco
to call for and mnko do
llvorlos, near nnd far, of any
Hiiro Hhlpmont, largo or small.
No oxprcss packago too big
or too llttlo for ua to hnndlo.
Our trucks mako good tlmo
and are In chargo of oxporl
iincod, rollnblo mon. Call
uh up for nny transfer Job.
Western Transfer Co.
Z Phono 187; Res. 2I0K J
Mrs. S. V. Moody. Sunday
Mrs Itramhall nnd daughter who
....mi r..,.. ..i... '... ..... " '.. i have been spending some time In
ii... iiiiii minim ill iiiiii'ii ill iiiii-iti.i
uliii: il'orllaud have returned to their
Now, therefore, for the purpose of j home here
determining : whether or not such ll-j n. j.;. Wilson and family were
inci hiiiiii oe organlxeil under the' ... ,,. e...i-
uroiihluiiH of unl.l act, an electbhi J ,u""" "l '' " """ '""""'
iii ue nein at me town Hall, Town1 ' """' "n
if Merrill, in said district. In said j Falls visitor Saturday.
' ny unit slate, on the lnt ilny of
prll. 1920, which election will be
Mild at eight o'clock In the morning,
mil will continue until seven o'clock
In the evening of mi Id dny, at which
Minn the iiualltlcd electors literal:!
hnll cast ballots which contain these
Irrigation District. .. Yes
Irrigation District No
jr words equivalent thereto
There shall also bo elected at such
line and place three directors for
said district, whomj term of ofllcei
shall expire in miu. two nml tiiro
veurs lespectlvely, from tho first,
Tuesday In February next succeed-'
utg their election. Tho nominations,
of candidates for said ofllces may bo
made bv petition, signed by nt least
ten of tho electors in said proposed
district nuallficd to vote for the
olllcors so nominated, or at an
assembly of not less than twenty-five
of said electors, which said nomina
tions by petition or by nsscmbly shall
be filed with the undersigned at least
ten days next preceding tho dnto of
Dated at Klamath Falls, Oregon.
March 1st. 1920.
C. R. DELAP, County Clork.
WANTED TO BUY Ono to three
healthy setting bens. Prefer Rhode
FOR SALE Leading maKoa, Phono- i Island Reds or Plymouth Roclo Call
graphs, Pianos, Records. Earl! Herald office. 19-tf
Shepherd, C07 Main St. 24-tf i
I WANTED Second-hand blacksmith
Serves you right Club Cafe Ctf outfit including Forge, tools, etc.
j Also pipe fitting tools. Write Box
FOR SALE 1 Globe-Wcrnecko oakX. Y. Z. Herald office. 19-24
file case- letter size 3 drawer,
vertlcle 4 compartments Prlco; WANTED TO BUY A small house
$S0.OO Just like new. J. H. Carnahan.l in good location, with large lot
Loomls Building, Room 4. 3-tf l Prlco must be reasonable, with
i terms. Address It. C. S,
FOR SALE Used cars, 1917 Elgin., fice.
FOR RENT OR LEASE
' WANTED Alfaua dairy farm, 80 A.
. with or without stock, under ditch.
'no alkali. Address 210 South 3rd St.
.'Klamath Falls. 13-6t
WANTED Light housekeeping
I rnnina nt nnnrtmont 1 Imlv. II pr
For rent or salo,'aI,I Office, Box J. 20-25
W. i of S. W. i -
m:ar ..iuiiu. i lie a. n . y
'4. Sec. 8. Township 41, It. 12. j
Write for Information, Frank Halas,;
run. .TnA lltilna ft r. llr Phnnnli I
Arl, 'on.or.' WANTED A
WANTED A stock saddlo; must be
In good condition. Phono 253J. 9-tf
message from you to
tho readers of The Herald, if you
FOR RENT Space In these columns , nav anything for sale, for rent, lost
nt flvn con to n llnu n .Inv i linn " luuiiu.
he. Is read by
Serves you right Club Cafe 6-tf
FARM FOR RENT OR SALE Near!
Klumath Falls under ditch. Ad
dress R. Herald office. 12-tf
DRUG FACTS NO. 23
Wo shall offer for sale In our Phonograph Department tho
well I; n. wn Pathe Records. These records are favorably known
for their HiuoothuesH uud deep tone, and may bo played on any
machluu with pioper attachment. They aro guaranteed to give
one thousand perfect playing, if played with the SAPHIRE BALL.
Pathe Itecords will 1k carried in our Merrill Store.
SQUARE DEAL DRUG STORE, Klamath Falls
RED CROSS DRUG STORE, Merrill
f. -i--i-;;:: .;.x ;;! !'.; '
"Perhaps You Don't Know'
says the Good Judge
That nearly every wise to
bacco chewer got over the
big chew idea long ago.
A little of the Real Tobacco
Chew gives you more to
bacco satisfaction and saves
you money. Its rich taste
lasts a long time.
Any man who uses the Real
Tobacco Chew will tell you
Put Up In Two Styles
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
W-B GUT is a long fine-cut tobacco
If you want a really high grade
product. Buy Silver Thlstlo Sugar
Corn. Ask your grocer for it. 17-23
Electric Appliances H. Shldler
Serves you right Club Cafo G-tf
WHEN YOU WANT ANYTHING
In a hurry advertise for it here.
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 Tha
FOUND A chance to dispose of any
of the Innumerable articles that
Would like to have the Piano rolls! you have stored away in your cellar,
that were taken from Roberts &
Whitman's store Saturday, March
13., with the name of Mrs. B. W.
Short on them, returned there.
attic or barn. Turn your waste into
cash. There is always someone who
wants just what you have for sale.
Find him through the classified
columns of this paper.
THE BIG 4
Keep the vital organs healthy by
. regularly taking the world's stand
ard remedy for kidney, liver,
bladder and uric acid troubles
Th. National Remedy of Holland for
centuries and endorsed by Queen Wllhsl
tnlna. At all druggists, thiee eizes.
LdoU for the n.m. Cokl Mail.1 on ov.rr box
.nd .cc.ut no tiuit.tlMi
Will sell my very choice lota on
Wood River at Fort Klamath, to
highest bidder. Have owned this
property 10 years. Size of lots 100
feet wide by 300 feet deep. Three
blocks from center of town of Fort
Klamath. Descriptions of lots, two
to nine (inclusive) block seven; lots
one to four inclusive Blk two; Lots
six to ten inclusive nnd lots ono
and two blk four all in First
Addition to Fort Klamath, Oregon.
Ednah Race Capron, Hampton Apts,
Long Beach California. 22-27
Want A tN lirlns; resiiltn.
Last Bale of rugs 6x3
at $5.00. San Francisco
price $7.50. T. O. Hague,
201 Willits Building.
I Nettleton, Walk-Over, Stratford, Berry, and other J
good shoes are here in the new Spring styles
K. K. K. STORE
Leading Clothiers and Hatters
S E E D
Murphey's Feed & Seed. Store
126 South Sixth St. ; Phone 87