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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 24, 1920)
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2 1, 1020.
HfE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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The Evening Herald
E. J. MURRAY
Published dally, except Sunday, by
The-Herald Publishing Company ot
Klamath Falls, at 115 Fourth Street.
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ath Falls, ore., lor transmission luru
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 1020,
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CEREMONY MARKS EX
. PRESIDENT'S FUNERAL
PEKING, Feb., 25. (By Mail.)
Imposing -pageantry characterized
the funeral procession attending re-
moral recently ot the body ot tho
late cx-Prcstdent Feng Kuochang to
tho Poking' -railway station nrouto
to his natlvo town near Paottngtu.
A large framed' portrait ot thev de
ceased, and his swords and uniforms
were carried In tho cortego nnd his
saddle horso which he is said to have
ridden nt tho head of his trops in tho
siege of. Nanking in 1911 tollowod.
Tho body was carried tn a largo red
cubical structure supported on tho
shoulders of thirty or more bearers.
It was Immediately precedod by tho
four sons and other members of his
family and followed by students,
monks and Taoists.
Sealed proposals will bo rocolvod
at tho office ot tho Enterprise Irri
gation District, Klamath Falls, Oro
gon, until 2 o'clock p. m March
30 1920, tor the construction of
two pump houses with concrcto
foundations and pump sumps.
Tho work will Include tho oxco
vatlon ot approximately 350 cubic
yards of Class 'No. 1 material: tho
placing ot approximately 125 cubic
yards ot concrete; ana tne construc
tion of two timber and sheet metal
buildings requiring approximately
3.000 Ft. B. M. of fir lumber and
36 squares of corrugatod sheet
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For particulars address Secretary
ot the Enterprise Irrigation District,
Klamath Falls, Oregon, or C. T,
Darley, Engr., Klamath Falls, Ore
gon. . ,., , 20-30
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SIX rsr Cent FaiHl lOMS
See WILSON ABSTRACT COMPANY,
517 Main Street,
: KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON.
The Federal Appraiser inspected
$140,000 in Farm Loan applications for
me in February and I now have $47,000
more and another inspector will be here
this week. Loans from $5,000 to
$37,500 preferred. ,
MAKE YOUR APPLICATION NOW.
Arthur R. Wilson
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NOTICE OP FINAIj ACCOUNT
In the County Court of tbo State ot
Oregon for tho County of
In the matter of the Estate of
Edmund'H. Qowen, deceased.
Notice is hereby glren that the
undersigned has filed her final ac
count, and that Saturday, the 10th
day of April, 1920, at 3 o'clock p.m.,
baa been fixed by the Court' has 'the
time and place at which Bald account
will be considered and settled by the
court. AH nersons. having objections
thereto will file their'1 objections or
appear on or' before thd'ddto afore
said,, and show cause why said ac
count should not be settled and ,con
' Dated at Klamath Falls, Oregon,
this 10th day or March, 1920.
SARAH H; QOWEN.
Administratrix of tho Estate of
Edmund H. dowon, Deceased.
ADVERTISE FOR WHAT
want and you will get it.
The magpie 'is, or wua, hold to bo
sacred In Norway, and whoever lift
ed' a hand ugalnst It inromptly
brought down a curso not only upon
himself, but on bis family, relations,
lrtlmato friends, llvo stock, and
The only Itom of live stock in Ger
many which increased during tho
war U goats. Germany today' has 3,
000, odo goate, ten' per cont more
than In '1914. Goal milk Is being
very' large used as a' completely sat
iffactory substitute "for cow's milk.
THE USE OF'tiiese columns will
make money for you.-' s
In the Coanty Court ot the Stat of
Oregon for Klamath' County.
In the Matter of the' Estate of J. A,
LI vers. Deceased. r , tv
Notice is hereby given, that I have
boeri1 appointed administrator of the
Estate Of J.r "A: Livers; deceased! by
tne aoove entitiea court;' alt persons
having claims against tbo said es
tato 'are'notiflod topresent them to
me'.') with' proper',andl 'legal 'vouchers
attached, at 'my, office, iSulto'l 16
Loomls Building Klamath Falls. Ore
gon, within six months from.Febru-
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FRED D FLETCHER,
1 Administrator of the Estate of
. J. A. .Livers, deceased.
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' Klamath Fall, Oregon'
EX-SERVICE MEN, ATTENTION)
of Klamath Post No. 8,
VBP American Legion, will be
hold at 8 o'clock p. m,, at
the City Hall In Klamath Falls, on
the second and fourth Tuesdays of
each month. All Comrades are in
Those desiring to Join . the Post
may securo application blanks from
G, K. Van Riper, Fred Nicholson, or
I. H. Carnahan, all ot Klamath Falls.
FRED NICHOLSON, Secretary.
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We serve the most deliciously fragrant and
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'freshest of eggs, rolls, etc.
No matter if you have breakfasted because
you thought you had to eat something. Breakfast
Ihere and you'll do so because you'll like to.
The Jewel Cafe
610 Main Street