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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
TUESDAY, IAHCII 110, 1020
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HERALD'S CLASSIFIED COLUMNS
"T II i: II A Y 8 H K I)"
'FOR SALE Real Estate
FOR KENT Space In these columns
I at flro cents a lino a day. A lino
nei is reau oy mousanas ovary
RANCH FOR HALL .420 ucres. 66mleht.
HIGH COST OF LIVING
Save 25 per Cent Save 25 per Cent
OUR CASH SAVINGS PLAN
acres under private reservoir, luu
acres good upland, bull uty deep, i FAIIM FOU RENT OR SALE Near
raises good va.uut, corn, beans, to- Klamath Falls under ditch. Ad
matoes, finest potatoes. Only J.5.5UU i drf-es Ft. Herald office. 12-tf
A Ton of laughs
Lior quiric sale. AVrr.o
Serves you right Club Cafe 6-tf
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
FOR SALE 2nd hand drill In good
repair. L'dw. Frouor, Poo valley,
If you want your garden plowed
or lot leveled, 315-J. H. B. McLan.e.
THIS IS THE PLAN
Klamath 1'nlln, Oregon, 3-29-1920.
Tim iindeiHlgiiod, In consideration of tin) payment of $2.25 tendered herewith,
hereby npplleH for tho prltllogn of purchasing for cash, from tint Klamath CiihIi
Grocery , ror tint period of otiii moiilli from tho (Into of employment of tho Cash Saving
1'liin liy Mil Id Htoro, any meielinndliiu currluil In slock, ut u price flcuroil to bo tlio
IiioIm roKl pIiih tiiiiiHportiitloii.
TIiIh application Ih inade with understanding that tho mini of 2 25, representing
he n nii'iit hciowllh, shall lie held hy tho FlrHl Htulo fc Havings Hunk of Klumath
rails. (Jickoii, In ew'tow for tho Hiild stor until FIvo Hundred uppllcutlonH Hlmllnr to
thlH hIimII huvn been tjlgnctl imil deposited with tho aggregate hiiiii of $1,125.00 iwlth
the Hiild Hunk, prolded FIvo Iluudrud nppllcntloiiH, with proper remittances, hIkiII ho
received hy the mild Hank en or before -... 11)20. It lit
further undeiHtood hy the undersigned that when Fl Hundred such applications
Hhall hnvo been received, eaeh arcompaulcd by tho proper remittance, and the date for
the beginning of the operation of tho CiihIi Saving Plan hIiiiII huvo hevn designated mid
iiiiiiouiiccd by the More, then the Hank hIiiiII pass to tho credit of the Htoro tho whole
hiiiii no WepoHlted In escrow, after which undersigned shall bo allowed, for thu porlod
of one month, to purchase nay merchiuidlHO carried in Htoclc by the sold store, at co.it
pliiH tiuuHporlatlou If tho total of FlvolHundreiKiippllcalloiiH hIiiiII not havo been
received by tho Hiild . y 1920, then tho Ilanlc will return this
application and $2 25 to tho undersigned upon.roqucst therefor.
I "' A,
(This npplliutlnu "III not ho used after tho plan goes Into effect.)
MAKE APPLICATION NOW AT
'KLAMATH CASH GROCERY
FIRST STATE AND SAVINGS BANK
OR OFFICE OF THE COUNTY FARM BUREAU
Wm mm '
FOR SAM: Sorrel mare, wt. 1,000
lbs.; 1 jearllni; colt, two sets har-
l-ncss, cream separator and milk
Ci.ns. F, E.Knigh & A. O. Tarhell.
"Fatty" Arbuekle, Star In Pari
mount-Arbucfclf Comediei. v
UN 'Latest nml !lca Comedyj.
Wo use no second i uii pictures1,
J5a SALE Compressed air outfit,
"ole WWi. p. electric motor; one
small air compressor; one 40-gallon
trnk. Suitable for small garage,
100 cash takes tho outfit. Inquire
1110 Grant. 29-3 1
FOR SALi; 21 head young stock,
9 heifers from -No. 1 milk stock.
FOR SALK Angora goats, 350
head, all high grade. 275 does.
Registered bucks. Ell W. JUavis, II.
F. O. Hx 102, Ashland, Ore. 29-S
FOR SALE 4 saddle hows, good
after atock, cheap; C work-horses,
ready for spring plowing. Phone
:: FOR SALE-1 3 Studcbaker wa-
-1 gon, 1 'A narrow-tired wagon
I ono 290-J.
FOR SALE Typewriter, good condi
tion, cheap. Call 44.
NOTICE OF KLHcnON
RARGAINS in used cars. Ono 1917
Reo, good condition, ?S00;' one
1917 Dodge! 1850; one 1912 Reo,
a bargain at $400; one 1!US Stude-
r .linker, $900; one l'M3 Studehakor,
F$-900r C.L. McWilllams, 30 Main,
(Phone 10, 2C-1
IT.iQil cars for sale one 191 S
Chevrolet, first-class running condi
tion. 'Prices are right. Central Gar
FOR SALE Ono Shire stallion, sis
years old. Several head of young
.work horses. Innuiro of Enterprise
.Ranch, or phono 253.1. 12-tf
Serves you right Club Cafo G'tf
SALE A doublo drawer Na
tional Cash register. .lust like new
Rex Cafo. , ,' 12-tf
J Nettleton, Walk-Over, Stratford, Berry, and other
good shoes are here in the new Spring styles i
K. K. K. STORE .
Leading Clothiers and Hatters '
No fewer than 500 trees must ho
cut down ami worked up into paper
for a novel (lint sells 500,000 copies.
In proportion to its area Norway!
has tho smallest population of any
country of Etiropo.
FREE TO CUSTOMERS
Beginning March 27 we will
give for every $1 purchase 4
tickets for which the person
holding the largest number
of, and the next five, will re
ceive a prize of silverware
which ia worth saving the
tickets for. See prizes in our
windows. Date contest closes
will be announced later.
"I Ain't Mad at Nobody"
in tne uouniy i;oun o uio niaio '!stor:iEO nattorles Charged..!!. Shldlor
In tho matter of tho Organization)
of tho Patterson Irrigation) A,
Whereas, under tho provisions of'
Chapter 307, General Laws of Ore
gon for 1917, said County Court
' made and entered nn order dcslg
i nntlng and establishing Patterson
Iirigntion District with the follow
ing boundaries, to-ult: f ,y,
j Hcginnlng ut a point representing
the northwest corner of tho south
east nuurter of tho southwest ouar
tor (SE14 of SW!4) of Section hF01l
Tont-nino (29) in Township Forty.
lioj, noiuii oi iiuiigu r.iuvwn ni, " .,u. .-
Eijit of tho VIUumette Meridian,.! 'sr , r-
Klamath County, Oregon, thence east PO" SALK Reeling ni.iK03,
on hald subdivision line ono and ono-J graphs
I half miles to tho northeast corner of t Shepherd
tho goittliwcst nuartor of tho south
cast quarter of Soction 23, in said
township and rangp; thence south
forty chains, thence east twenty
chains, thenco couth twenty chains,
to tho quarter corner on the section
. lino between Sections 3.1 and ,34,
I cnlil towiiuliln nnil rmirrn; tlionpe
I cast twenty chains, thenco south
sixty chains, more or less,
idnnthnndt rnrnnr nf lnf n
four, of Section three, in TownqTiip .Motor-trurk of '4 tons tuny equn'-
II. south of Range Eleven (lli.pcci ror nauiing, oxceneni conuiuon
E. W. M., In Klamnth County, Oro-
Electric Appliances H. Shldlcr
If you want your garden plowed
or lot leveled, 339-R.
24-tf H. B. McLANE.
PHONE PEYTON for wood. 187
CITY GARBAGE Whon you want
garbage removed call b2J.
Electric Wiring H. Shldler
Printing, Stationery and office
supplies. Pioneer. Printing and Sta
tionery company; 12C Main St. 9-tf
WANTED Experienced foreman for
Irrigated alfalfa and grain ranch.
Long time and good wages for right
man. Address N. II. Boguo, City.
WANTED TO BUY A small house
in good location, with large lot
Price must be reasonable, with
terms Address R. C. S. Herald of
WANTED TO UUY One to three
healthy setting hens. Prefer Rhode
Island Reds or Plymouth Roclo Call
Herald office. 13-tf
WANTED A stock saddle; must be
In good condition. Phono 253J. 9-tf
WANTED A nin-u to work on ranch
by the month. Phone 253-J. tf
Storage Batteries ,,..., "H. Shldler
WANTED Woman cook on ranch,
or could use man and wife. Phone
or write. Adams Ranch, Merrill,
WANTED A message from you to
tho readers of The Herald, it you
lme anything for sale, for rent, lost
PJanus, Records. I arl
507 M-iln St. 24-if
Serves t right Club Cafe fl-tf
FOR SALE Used cars, 1917
FOR RENT OR LEASE
to the I 5
numbored FORHpALE- SQCtfnd hand United
CAN BE CURED
Home nf lint, S. & M. Clothes
anil Kloislieim Shoes
. J. XICj f
COMMUNICATE WITH ANY OF,;
FOLLOWING SATISFIED -
OF ANTI-URIC FOR
THEIR OPINION. THIS HEM-
ED.YIS GUARANTEED TO GIVE
I'SATISFACTORY RESULTS OR
Holglnn u onion ns a class aro
noted for tholr tidiness in dress and
their Indlfforcneo to cheap finory.
A minimum wngo of $10,50
wok has been fl.ed for women om
gon; tlicnce vest twenty chains, to
tho section lino between Sections, 3
and 4, said township and range;
thenco south to, nt or near tho south-f
east corner of Section 4 in said town
ship and rango, where said Hue inter
Xects tho north lino of tho rlghUof
way of .what is knbwn as tho Adams
Canal. Thenco northerly and wfest
oi ly nlong tho north boundary of the
said Adams Canal to a point twenty
chains west of tho cast lino of Sec
tion 5, in said township and range;
llinnco north to the nnith houudurv
of said township; thenco west t'ejny,.
eunins, to mo quarter corner on iiud
townshin lino between said town-
slil4a 40 and 41, said range nuitber
HE. W. M.; thonco north through'
Soction 32, Township 40, soutugpr
Range 11 East, distant sKty cliHipp;
for only SaO.OO F. O. B. Portland,
Oregon. For particulars, write Thom
as Randies. 26-North 13th St., Port
land. Oregon. tf
Serves yon right Club Cafo 6-tf
LOST AND FOUND
LOST A golden opportunity to sell
joif home, your farm or anything
vou wish to dispose of, if you do not
usb the classified columns of The
FOUND A chance to dispose of any
J of the innumerable articles that
you rwue stored away In your cellar,
attic or barn. Turn our waste into
cash. There Is always someone who
wants just what jou havo for sale.
Find him through the classified
columns of this paper.
Carpenters' local No. 190 meets
every Wednesday evening in tho
Labor hall, Cth and Main.
C E. SOLOMON. RecSec.
Furthermore Mr. Thomas stated
today that ho appears in tho matter
without porsonal interest, and only
as an agent of the county farm bu
reau, and the use of his name in any
form might create an erroneous impression.
.;..;...;....;. .; t !
thunce west twenty chains; rluyice
north forty chains to placo of begin
ning. , '
Now, thoroforo, for tho purposo of
determining whether or not such uls-
por.trlct shall ho organized under tho
om- Provisions of said act, an olectlon
will bo hold at the Town Hall, Town.
REV. PHILLIP GRAIF,
. 4500 Thirty-ninth St.,
CHARLES F. TANTLINUK.K.
2511 Thhty-nlnth St.,.
,l Seattle, Washington.
MR. J. M. MOORE,
092 West Fifth Stroot-
, Eugoijq, Oregon.
r r MR. J. J. GROOM,
, i Clerk Suporlor Court,
San Francisco, Calif.
ftopg An"ric' s or Sale by
THE,STAR DRUG CONPANY
rooms In Washington, D. C,
iCunBhs' fiist woman notary public
wan. Miss Carrio Shortt, of McPhor
Bon, -who was coimnlsslonpd hy tho
governor In 1SS5.
Tihived in rcbtnurnuts and. lunch I.,, .in in ot.i .un.in i.. -,.i,i
, i: .Ul niviiuii s P" ,ov.fc, M..,
county anil sta,te, on tho 1st nay. of
Apill, 1920, which" election will She!
held at eight o'clock in tho liiouiiiig,
and U contlnuo until seven o'clock
ill mo aveuing oi sain uny, ui wuicu
tlino tho quallile'd, "olectora therela
shall cant-ballots Ulch contain these
Irrigation District Yes
Irrigation District No
or words oqiitvnlent thorpto. .
There shall also be elected at such
tlino and placo threo dlroctprs for
said district, whose term of oijlce
shall oxplro in. one, two and three
yoara respectively, from tho lrst
Tuesday in Fobruary noxt succeed
ing their oloction. Tho nominations
of candidates for sad olllcos mayibe
mndo by petition, signed by at' lonat
ton of the1 electors In said proposed
district qualified to voto for 'the
olllcers so nominated, or nt Inn
nBsoniblj" of not loss than twonty-flvo
or aula electors, which said nomina
tions by petition or by assembly shall
bo filed with tlio undorslgnod at least
ton dnys noxt preceding tho dto"fof
said oloction. A
Duted nt Klamath Falls, Oregon,
t,"1920. i ' j,
CHAMItKU OF COMMERCE
Notlco Is hereby given that thoro
will ho a Ohiimbor of Commorco
meeting at tho city hall nt S p. m.,
Tuesday, March 30, Committees will
ropoit. A full nttond'ineo Is doslred,
O. C. APPLEGATE.
Don't forgot tho big danco at tho
Houston opera hnuso, Thursday
ovonlng, April 1. First nppearnnco
of McKenzio and Look's orchestra.
White Pelican Baths
open fioin 2 to It ami 7 to 10
Special attention given prlvato
M. A. MANN.
lint Spring Until Hnuso
O. U. DELAP, County Clerk,
THE NEW REX
. Ice Cream, .Sodas, Sundaes, and all popular
drinks served -at bur tables.
' .'.V ' i. 1 V .
, 'THE LARGEST
r .in ...
' SOUTHERN OREGON
The plage where the working man is as welcome
as the connoisseur.
The home of High-Class French Pastiy.
THE REX CAFE
CORNER SEVENTH AND MAIN
i i '.
Murphey'js Feed & Seed Store
126 South Sixth St