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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 24, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
WEDNESDAY, MAltOII 21, 1020.
THE PHILADELPHIA STORAGE BATTERY, THE
6th, Between Main and Klamath
Suits made to your exact
; ; Step in and select your Spring and Summer Suit now.
;; We guarantee perfect-fitting, finely-tailored, stylish
;; Clothes, made by
Leading Clothiers and Hatters
KEEP a supply of
PEARL OIL (kero
sene) on hand for use In
oil cookatoves, heaters
and lamps. Pearl Oil is
clean, and economical.
Your dealer can ii-.",)ply
you. "A-k for PLAKL
STAHDAnD OIL COMPANY
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
1)5; WE BELIEVE the mere
turvmg is not inaiiii iiu me
California-Oregon Power Co.
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Western Floral Shop
NOTICE TO STOCKMEN.
The I.ong.Iloll Lumbar company
bus purchased tho timber lands In
Klamath and Jackson counties for
merly owned by tho Western Pnclfle
I. and & Tinihnr rnmnnnv Tlin irn?.
)lnif privileges on these lands nre now
offered for lease for tho sonson of
11020 or for u flvo your period. Wrlt-
itnn IiIiIh stating tho amount of an
nual grazing fees you will pay will
'bo received by Jiirksnn 1 Kimball
and submitted to tho l.otig-Jlell I. um
ber company for decision. 22-5
Want A(lt) brliiK resultx.
name of the Company
vame lies m me actual.
Is what makes homo "home
like. So with lovoly lloiAvors
thoy udd to a room, fra
granco, swootn'osa und. tho
tender momorloa ot su minor
days and waning twilights.
Ilrlng summer Into your
homo by lotting us iropply
tho flowors to you daily. An
Investment fop gool hoor.
MHH. Ii. O. MOO IKK
Phono, 107; lesu' 2G01E
BATTERY WITH A TWO -
Pllorf 1 Q7if,jn8 of tho money-making business
NOTICE OP HIIKItirP'H HALE
Enulty No. 108 S
tho Circuit Court of tho Htatu of
Oregon for tho County of Klam
i:mma Wing, Plaintiff
Hilda Cooper and tho unknown
heirs of Hilda Cooper; also all
other persons or parties unknown,
claiming any right, title, cstato,
linn or Interest In or to tho rem
estate described In tho complaint
iierem, woronuaniB i
Notice Is hereby given that, by vlr-;
(no of an execution nnd ordor of i
.J. sale, duly Irsuod out of tho nbovo on- wealth only means taking monoy our
titled court and causo on tho 17th I 0f one pocket and putting It back In
XI day of March, 1020, upon it decree ,fl nnntbor
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union nun rnit.Teu i iruuiu jii mini
I Court and cause on Deoombor IGth.
11)111, in favor of tho above named fdo the nation is to preach tno aoc
plulnllff and against tho nbovo mini-jtrino that success Is profiteering,
nil ilofciidanlH, directing tho salo ofiT, I)01jld 1)e no interference
the premises thoroln and horelnaf-' , , . , .
lor described to satisfy tho sum ofMvJth tho enjoyment of the fruits of
?17!t.78, togother with Intcrent Industry during the liro of their pro
thereon nt tho rote of C per cent per ducers" ho continued.
annum from Decombor lfith, 1019, m .
togothor with tho costs of thin Bnlo.l-.. a,tlr,
NoW, theroforo. by vlrtuo of paid
oxcutlon. and In compllanco with
snid writ. I havn duly lovled upon
thri horelnaflor described promises,
nnd will, on Wednesday, tho 28th
ilnv nf AiiHI in2n. nt llm liniir of'
I in nVlrifV n. iti. nf said ilav. nt tho.
front door of tho County Court Houso
of said County, now being used ns
such. In Klamath Kails, Orogon, sell,,
nt public auction, to tho highest bid-1
dnr. for cash, all tho right, title and
;Vanl rnrh of thomVln and to the
following described real property, to
Lots 1, fi nnd G of Block 4 nf
Kwnuna HleghtH Addition to
Klamath Falls, Oregon, or so
much thereof as mny be neces
sary to satisfy said execution.
Tho proceeds of snid salo will bo
nfttilln.l tti tltn on f l,af jiM Inn nf flfltfl
execution, order mid decree. Inclml-!
Ing tho total sum herein boforo men-
tinned, together with tho costs of
Mils Hide, and tho overplus. If any,
thero be. will be paid Into said Court I
i, fnrfimr nntiitmi. n hv hw t-
a til red.
Poind Marrli 17111
OKO. L. lirMPMRBY. Sheriff of
Klamath Countv, Oregon
t.. o"1'), sniVE, Deputy
17-2 I -3 1-7-1 4
The regular meetl
ting of Iho AVom -
en's DonQflt Ansoci
H.ill. Stnrrli 211 1!I20. nt S o'eloc k. I
MltS. W1LLAHD JOHNSON
It wn (leorgo IV. of Kngland who,
Imposod a tax on bricks. At a latorj
porlod In the samo reign bricks were
divided, for tho purposes ot taxation,
Into common and dressed bricks, and
tho tav on encli brick wns regulated,
nccordlng to Its slzo. i
Nervous troubles, with backache,
dizzy spoils, queer pains and iTegu-j
lar kidnoys, glvo reason to Mispcci
kldnoy wonknens and to try the rem
edy that- has helped your neighbors.
Ask your neighbor.
Mrs. M. E. Sovits, Klamath Falls.
says: "I wns subject to kidney dis
orders for u groat many years. I ;
had a weak fooling across tho small
of my back all tho time. I couldn't I
stand wry long ns my back waH so!
Inmo. My kidnoys wore In a very
weak condition. I wns so nervoiH
nnd restless that I had to get up in
tho night nnd sit up for hours ut n
tlino. My feet nnd nnklos spoiled
so badly, I could hardly got my shoes
on. I took about six boxes of Dunn's
Kidney Pllln and thoy cured mo. Since
then, I havo enjoyed splendid health."
1'rlco GOc, at nil dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kldnoy romedy goti
Donn's Kidney Fills the samo Hint
Mrs, Sovits had. Vostor-Milburn Co.,
Mfrs., lluiralo, N. V.
DRUG FACTS NO. 24
This record Is of tho latest cut typo nnd will play on almost
all makos of niodorn phonographs without attachments of uny kind.
Emerson Record! iiro Issued twice a month nnd tho "hits"
nro always to bo found in this lino while thoy ARE "hits," nnd
ninny times "hits" urp Issued In this lino two months In ndvanco
of the moro conservative manufacturers listings of current rocords.
If It is n ''hit" Emerson will isuo It first count on thut. '
Bpth our stores will stock these popular records.
SQUARE DEAL DRUG STORE, Klamath Falls
RED CROSS DRUG STORE, Merrill
! DEFENDS RIGHT
TO TAKE PROFITS
LONDON', Mar. 4. (By Mall.)-
Ilnran I.ovorhulmo,' formerly Wil
liam If. Lovor, a blp soap manufac
turer, lias "broken a lance" In do-
which brands h'lm as a profiteer.
'Tho spirit of today," ho said at a
dinner "Is ono of cupidity and Jeal
ousy. A fool I in; 1b running through
tho country that the primary sin of
u business man Is success. The man
who has tho ability to create, dovel
op, organize and produco Is consider
ed as ono who must bo specially
cur bod, checked nnd controlled.
"Our war debts," Baron Lover
litilmo continued, "have to bo paid
by tho persistent efforts of all to
build up an enormous home and an
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'Tho greatest disservice wo can
LU1 1 INrtlN. I jr inc.
DARLINGTON, Eng.. Mar. 3 .(By
Mall,) Tho centenary of tho logln
nlng or tho- first passenger-carrying
railway In tho world was celebrated
tho other day at Yarm-on-Trees.
Thoro In 1820, eight men formed' a
company to construct the railway
'from Darlington to Stockton, a .lis.
tanco of 25 miles. C-eorgo Stophen
son wns appointed engineer.
Tho railway occupied live years' In
construction and was opened on Sep
tember 27, 1825.
Tho, celebration took the form of a
dinner! at which 30 descendants ' of
tho orlglnnl eight pioneers wcro
vnuiii- Swertlxh studontV of
Two youm- hwe(Uim sumenis ot
geology, nftor an adventurous nine
I days' expedition In Iceland, have dls-
I covered what Is bolloved to bo' the
largest crator In the world, mea.sur
I Ing eight kilometers long nnd five
' kilomotors wldo.
' An olcctric barrage which chnrges
J cortaln areas of water with electrodes
lias uccn oeviscu i" liruvuiu nu n.
jfrnp, entering irrigation canals and
JUche1a,,d..latc.r perishing by thous-,
tttids i'n tlio fields
Domestic and Imported
Now on Display.
Perfect Fit Guaranteed
CHAS. J. CIZER
518 Main Street '
HEM'S CLASSIFIED COLUMNS
FOR SALE Real Estate
Am Just finishing a strictly modern
five room houso on paved street. At
tractive price. Somo torms to right
party. Goo. II. ChamJiorlln, 1211
Crescent Ave. Phone 327W. ovon
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
KOIt BALK $2,000 contract, draw
ing 8 per cent. Payments, 540 a
month. Tel 278W. 2;5-27
FOR SALE 2 grado holsteln licit
ers, 3 years old. Coming fresh
soon. L. P. Geertson, Stukel Bridge.
FOR BALE OR TRADE A No. 1.
White sowing machine, will trade
for 12 or 1C gaugo pump gun. 920
Jefferson St. 22-25
Storago Hattorles Charged..!!. Shidler
Used cars for salo ono 1018
Chevrolet, first-class running condi
tion. Prices aro right. Central Gar
FOR SALE -Ono Shlro stallion, sir
years old. Several head ot yountr.
work horses. Inqulro of Enterprise
Ranch, or phono 2C3.L 12-tf
Serves you right Club Cafe G-tf
FOR SALE A doublo drawer Na
tional Cash register. Just like new.
Rex Cafe. v 12-t
FOR SALE Leading maKCJ. Phono-
graphs. Pianos, Records. Earj
Shepherd, 507 Miln St. 24-tf
Serves you right Club Cafe 6-tfl
FOR SALE 1 Globe-Wcrnecke oak
mo case leuer size ur.iwer,
vertlclo 4 compartments Price
$50.00 Just like new. J. H. Carnahan,
Loomis Building, Room 4. ' 3-tf
FOR SALE Used cars, 1917
FOR RENT OR LEASE
PASTURE LAND For rent or sale,
near Malln. Tho S. W. A ot S. W.
',. Sec. 8, Township 41, R. 12.
Write for information, Frank Halas,
care Joe Halas, It. 5 Bx 2, Phoenix,
FOR SALE: Second hand United
Motor truck of 4 tons fully equip
ped for hnuling, excellent condition
for only ?2750.00 F. O. H. Portland.
Oregon. For particulars, write Thom
as Randies. 2C-North 15th St.. Port
land, Oregon, tt
FOR RENT Space in those columns
at ,flve cents a line a day. A line
he; is read "by thousands every
FARM FOR RENT OR SALE Near.
Klamath Falls under ditch. Ad
dress R. Herald office. 12-tC
Electric Appliances H.
TO LET Logging contract five mil
lion feet, 40,000 per day begin
ning about April 1st. Tills is a blg
wheol or team truck proposition, W
mllo haul. Box 112G, Klamath Falls-23-27
right-Club Cafe WcS? a classified columns of The
ATTENTION: FARMERS, CON-
TiiAU'uus Aisu i"ujiv uac-a..y
uniteu Rotors bervico company
offering for sale direct to tho users,'
tho United Motor Trucks In 1. 2 J
OI n...l r. ,x .4...a n..l ti tnn "irt-J
il'j tlllll IU14 OltVa ,il v. jn l.i.u.
ors. Big discount, save tho asent's
commission. For" prices nnd dis
counts, wrlto Thomns Randies, care's
United Motors Service Company, 20- SoUND-Midgers purso in bed con
North 15th St.. Portland, Qregon. tf il talnins S.oney. Owner can have
T .,..(! iwimo by Idwtlfying and paying for
TO GET quick results ndvortise L. ' M p c DeChaine. 705
NOTICE TO CHKDITOnS.
In tho County Court of tlio State of
Oregon for tho County of Klam
ath. In tho Matter of tho Estate ot .Arth
ur B. Long, Deceased.
Notlco is hereby given by tho und
orsijned, administrator with tho will
nnuoxed ot tho estnto ot Arthur B,
Long, deceased, to tho creditors of,
and to all persons having claims
ngnlnst, tho said deceased, to exhibit
thoiii, with tho necessary vouchers,
within six months attor tho first pub
iff " m .' " yV-fff
Nettleton, Walk-Over, Stratford, Berry, and other J
good shoes are here in
K. K. K.
t Leading Clothiers and Hatters ,
Storage Batteries H. Shidler
All parties having cars on storago
at tho Dlehn garage, formerly the
I'ord Garage, aro to have their cars
out of this carage by March ill,
1020. GEO DIEHN 20-27
PHONE PEYTON for wood. 187
CITY GARBAGE When you
garbage removed call i2J.
Electric Wiling II. Shidler
Printing, Stationery and offic
supplies. Pioneer Printing and Sta
tionery company. 126 Main Bt. 9-tf
Spot Cash Basket Gro-
WANTED Man to contract discing,
cultivating etc., 245 acres Tula
J-ako land on share basis or other
wise. Answer promptly, W. & B..
Herald office. . 23-24
WANTED Men for construction
work. Wages J5.00 per day -Morgan's
camp. Dairy, Ore. 22-27
WANTED ON RANCH Man and
wife, man for farm work wife to
cook1 or 3 or 4 men. Good house,
otcauT jod. write Giving variiuHi-
r ui vi,viivxy.v ,-"- --, ""-r-
wantca to v. u. dpx . iv,u
Falls. Oregon. iti
WANTED TO lBUY One to three
l.t'althy setting hens. Prefer Rhode
Island lleds or Rly.mouth Rocfcj Call
Herald office. 13-tf
WANTED Secondhand blacksmith
oiitrit including Forge, tools, etc.
JAlso pipe fitting tool's. Wrlto Box
X. T. 55. Herald office. 19-24.
'.WANTED TO BUY A small hous
i in grod location, with large Ipt
Price must be reasonable, with
lornis. Address R. C. S. Herald of-
WANTEI5 Alfalfa dairy farm, 80 A,
with' or-fm'thout stock, under ditch,
no alkali. Afilress 210 South 3rd St.
Klamath. Falkt., 13-Gt
"WANTED LJght housekeeping
rooms or jtpartment by lady. Her
ald Office, Bps.3. 20-25
WANTED--A"' stuck saddle; must be
in good condJtion.f hone 253J. 9-tf
WANTED--A message from you to
tho readers of The rllerald, if you
havo anything for'sale.rfor rent, lost
Serves you right Club 'Cafe 6-tf
WHEN" YOU WANT ANYTH1KO
ShidleriTln a hurry advertise for it Hero.
LOST AND FOUND
'L03T A golden opportunity to sen
ixiur homo, your farm or anytnmg
i,-ioi in ilisnnsH of. if you do not
-A chance to dispose ot any
- innumerable articles that
, t d ,n your ceUar
J ' ' " " T your waste into
""'? a ,'iSnlm. who
, Vcnsh. Tuvre is niways someone wuo
;!!'.., wants litat what you have for sale.
Li Find him through the claslfled
columncC' this paper.
t31ain St., Cits'. 23-24
lleatiou of .Urtsiitfrtico, to said admin
istrator with ttUe- will annexed, at
Itlia law otflce ,at C. F. Stone, In
Krcianwth Falls, OrejRJn, In said coun
ty nnd state, tiio same Doing me
place for tho transaotVm of the busi
ness ot said estate.
TWited thli 17th idar of March,
W. A. 'lEST.
i Administrator with the will an
nexed ot said estate.
A KTornld Want Ad will soil it.
the new Spring styles
ORDER NOW l!Feed&w
126 Somh Sixth St
I Phon. 8?