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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Wednesday, march ai, 1020.
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Wlaf is the Use? Why?
ARE YOU ASKING THESE QUESTIONS ABOUT THE
IF YOU ARE A MERCHANT
Before you runt a store, you think of its location, its size, the
amount of goods necessary to buy, the clerks you will need.
IF YOU ARE A MANUFACTURER
lie fore you build a plant, you choose a suitable site as to
location, size, drainage, transportation, etc. You plan your build
ings and machinery plan every detail of construction looking
ahead to a finished product.
IF YOU ARE A LABORER
You choose your work for what are you best fitted? What
work brings you the best compensation? Under what conditions
do you moat enjoy your work?
IF YOU ARE A HOUSEWIFE
You choose a suitable, clean, well-kept house in which to
live. You select your furniture to fit the needs of your family.
You plan your meals to fit that same end. You plan and make
your clothes to suit the seasons and styles.
IF YOU ARE A PROFESSIONAL MAN
You have had your profession in mind since a youth, planning
your whole education with that in mind.
Everyone has a plan of his mode of living.
WHY NOT HAVE A CITY PLAN
But first find out "what we have" which leads us to "what
It is the way of the world to study its problems and solve
them after a thorough survey of the existing facts.
ORDER IS HEAVEN'S FIRST LAW
JJIIH. MAHY K. UOACir, of
Lynchburg, Vn who n)
Tnnlnc Ik licr fiitorltr medicine
unci Hint oho will nln)N keep It
mi hand (in It onnbled tier to enjoy
three yenm of good health.
HERALDS CLASSIFIED COLUMNS
FOR SALE Real Estate FOR RENT OR LEASE
FOR HAM'; Now t-room buii;uiow,
1 plastered, completely furnished, on j
j large lot, paved Htrcct, two porches,
WUII IV . 111. LU f t 111 U1IU kj JJ. Ill
to 7 p. in., 739 'Jth St.
FOR 8AM Thrco-room house unci
lot on Michigan uvo. Phono 483-J
Vc are all city builders.
of its needs today tomqrrow-
A BABY NEEDS
Fresh Air and Sunshine
WE ARE A BABY CITY
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STATU OF mil (JON 1 OK KI,A.M-
In tho matter of tlio estate of Henry
Schwlmlt, Docupsod. v
Notice Is hereby given that tho
undersigned administrator of the
uhova entitled estato has filed his
final riccount of the ndmlulxtintlnu
of said estate In the above entitled
court and Unit Saturday, the 2-10.
day of April, 1920, nt 2 o'clock p. m.
of said day In Mm courtroom of said
couit In tho courthoiiHO at Klamath
FnllH, Oregon, have boon fixed aa
thn fine and phico for the bottle
mnnt of said account and the hearing
of Hald report, on or before whirl,
time mi) person Interested In hald
estate may appear and fllo his excep
tions to said account nml contest tho
Dated March 2C, 1920.
II. M. MANNING,
Administrator of the estate of
Ilonry Schwlndt, Deeonsod.
AUVRKTISI3 FOR WHAT
want nnd you will net It.
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Bay the Famous
"'The Quality Coffee
IN THE FIVE POUND CAN
Tan lac has been tho favorite
niedlclno Ih my cabinet for threo
years," said Mrs. M. K. Roach, of
402 Clay street, Lynchburg, Virgin
la, In an Interview, recently.
) ''At the tlmo I began taking Tan
lac," explained Mrs. Roach, "I had
boon suffering from Indigestion,
rheumatism and other troubles for
nine years and could And nothing to
I help mo. If I ventured to eat any
thing tho least bit heavy I would
bloat up with sour gas and almost
bmother. My heart would palpltnto
I frightfully and when theso spells
ccmo on mo I was so dlzz.. and weak
'i could hardly sf.nd up I often had
to stop and rest wlillo doing my
i housework. 1 was badly constipated
and hardly over free of headache. I
nlso suffered with rheumatism In my
1 lingers and especially in cloudy,
, rainy or snowy weather my pain was
almost unbearable. My kidneys and
liver woro out of order nnd I had tho
worst kind of pnlns In my hack, legs
nnd shoulders. I had no appetite
, and whnt llttlo I did eat seemed to
do mo moro harm than good, as I al
ways Buffered afterwards and hud
becomo so run-down, weak nnd mls-
erablo that I sometimes felt like
Hfo was hardly wortli living
"One day I read a testimonial for
Tanlac that seemed so sincere that I
decided to see if tho medtclno would
help mo. Well, tho first bottlo did
ire so much good that I got another,
' tl'en another nnd so on until my
' troubles all disappeared. As I said.
Kqulty No. 1089 (that was threo years ago and I have
In tho Circuit Court of tho Stato of 1'con able to keep myself In good
Oregon for tho County of Kliuu-, hcnlth over sjneo by tnklng a few
doses of Tanlac now and then as I
We have a baby city. Let's think
-and in the next generation.
A CITY NEEDS
City Industries ,
Parks and Playgrounds
-WHAT DO WE NEED?
X. .Moo and (). M. Hector
FOR SA1.K Modern four-room bun
galow with plenty of cabinet
work, basement, laundry trays,
beamed celling and big lot. It's
fully plumbed and only three blocks
from Main St. Non-resident owner
Is offering at low price of $3,000 on
oasy terms. Chllcote & Smith. B33
Main St., Phono 6G. 30-31
FOR BALK Now and strictly mod
ern five-room bungalow In the
heart of Mills Addn., near the fac
tories. It has big lovel lot, concrete
foundation, ami plenty of cabinet
work. Price Is $2,800 on easy terms
Immedlntn nosepslon. Chllcote &
Smith, 033 Main St. phono CG. 30-31
FOR RENT Room, 'with breakfast,
If desired. Phono 337-W. 30-31
FOR SAhE: Second hand United
Motor truck of 4 tons fully oqulp
ned for hauling, excellent condition
for only $2750.00 F O. II. Portland,
Oregon For particulars, wrlto Thom
as Randies, 2C-North ICth St., Port
land, Oregon. tf
RANCH FOR SAL1 H20 acres, C5
acres under private reservoir, 100
acres good upland, soil very deep,
raises good wheat, corn, beans, to
matoes, finest potatoes. Only $3,500
for quirk sale. AVrl'.o "Ranch."
caro of Herald. 29-1
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
FOR SALE For tho next two
weeks at Turner's sawmill, 1C-
Inch wood for from $2. CO to $3.00
a cord. 29-10
FOR SALL New white Georgette
walbt, too large for owner. Very
reasonuole. Write K. O. 0., caro of
FOR SALE House furnishings.
Write W. Y, Herald. 30-31
FOR SALE Edison diamond disc
puonograph, u-ed only five
months. Write W. W., Herald.
XOTK'i: OF KHKItlKK'S SALE
Emnm Wing, Plaintiff
Hilda Cooper and tho
feel tho need of it. Tnnlnc has built
unknown ' mo up nnd given mo strength and
ltnlru (if irilil'l rrnrif nlon nil ' .. . tlml r ImiiPniimrl' Id rtnuV
other porsons or parties unknown, I for ,, It makes life -worth living.
for it keeps mo with a good appetite,
AND SAVE MONEY
!t Goes Farther
clulming nny right, titio, estate,
Hun or interest in or to tho rem
cstntu described In tho complaint
' herein, Defendants
Notico Is horohy given that, by -vlr-tuo
of an execution nnd order of
snlo, duly issued out of tho nbovo on
titled court nnd causo on tho 17th
day of March, 1920, upon a docreo
mudo and outorod of record in said
Court nnd causo on December 15th,
1919, In favor of tho abovo named
plaintiff nnd against tho above nam
ed defendants, dlroctlng tho sale of
tho premises thoroln nntl hereinaf
ter described to satisfy the sum of
$179.78, together with Interest
thorcon nt tho rato of 0 por cent per
annum from necomber 15th, 1919,
togothor with tho costs of this snlo.
Now, thoroforo, by vlrtuo of snid
nxocutlon, nnd In compllnnco with
snid writ, I havn duly lovled upon
tho hereinafter described promises,
and will, on Wednesday, the 28th
day of April, 1920, at tho hour of
10 o'clock a. in. of said day, nt the
front door of tho County Court Houso
of said County, now bqlng used ns
urh. In Klamath Falls, Oregon, sell,
U public auction, to tho highest hld
lov, for ensh. all tho right, title and
interest of Hho nbovo namod dofond
ipts, and I'Mcb of them. In and to the
'nilowing described real proporty, to
wit: Lots 4, n pnd fi of Ttlock 4 nt
Fwnuna nieghts Addition to
Klnuith Falls, Oregon, or so
much thoreof ns mny bo neces
Fffv to satlsfv slid execution.
Tho proconds of said salo will ho
annlled In tho satisfaction of said
"xncnt'on, ordor nnd docreo. tnclud-
r t'm total sum heroin boforo men
tioned, together with tho costs of
his sale, end tho overnlus. If nnv
thoro be. will bo pnld into snid Court
to be further applied, as by law ro
nilreil. iwn,! Mnrxit 17th. 1020.
Ol'O. I,. TJPMPHUBY. Shorlff of
1'lnnintli rnutv, Oregon
" n"""! SI1IVE, Deputy
WHEN YOU WANT ANYTHING
In a hurry advertise, for It bore.
helps mo to digest my food properly,
nnd, by relieving mo of all sufforing
and norvousness, enables mo to sloop
soundly every night. I shall always
Tanlac Is sold in Kiamath Falls by
tho Star Drug Co., In Lorella by the
James Merc. Co., and In Merrill hy
tho Southern Oregon Drug Co. adv.
FOR SALE Jubilee Incubator, 500
bcp t?n wr.tpr system: 8. R. I.
hens, Now Zealand Red rabbits, 4
stunds or bees nna supplies; covered
buggy, two seats, single and double
linrnnssr hnv's snriflle. nlow. harrow.
mower, hay rake, garden "seeder nnd
cultivator, horse cultivator and list
er, hog scalding vat, now washing
ninehinn. Will HuniDhroy ranch.
just north of county farm. 30-1
AT THE THEATERS
"Tho Llttlo Intruder," tho now
World Picture starring Louise Huff,
which Is scheduled for showing to
night nt tho Liberty Thoatro moves
with a lot of speed to a logical cli
max nnd Is intortalnlng and Interest
ing from start to finish. Supporting
Miss Huff In this production Is n not
nblo enst of scroon players Includ
ing such favorites ns Oeorgo Mac
Quarrio, Johnny Hlncs, Stuart
Holmes, Albert Hart nnd othors.
Tho story of "Tho Llttlo Intrudor"
was written hy H. S. Sheldon, and
ho certainly penned n mighty Intor-,
osting nnd entertaining plcturo
"aiien ho wroto this.
Don't forgot tho big danco at tho
Houston opera houso, Thursday
ovoning, April 1. First appearance
of MclCcnzto nnd Look's orchestra.
Death only a matter of short time.
Don't wait until pains and aches
become incurable diseases. Avoid
painful consequences by taking
The world's standard remody for kidney,
liver, bladder nnd uric acid troublos the
National Remedy of Holland sinco 1696.
Guaranteed. Three sires, all diuggists.
Uwk for the nni Cold Medl oa rir bs
end accept no imitation
FOR SALE Compressed air outfit,
one 'A h. p. electric motor; one
small air compressor; one 4U-gallon
ti'uk. Suitable for small garage.
$100 cash takes the outfit. Inquire
111C (Irani. 29-31
FOR SALE 21 head young stock,
9 heifers from No. 1 milk stock.
FOR RENT Space In these columns
at five cents a lino a day. A tine
he, ' is read by thousands every
FARM FOR RENT OR SALE Near
Klamath Falls under1 ditch. Ad
dress II. Herald office. 12-tf
Serves you right Club Cafe 6-tf
Electric Appliances If. Shldler
If you want your garden plowed
or lot leveled, 339-R.
24-tf H. U, McLANE.
tMIONE PEYTON for wood. 187
CITY GAURAGE When you want
garbage reraov-d call b2J.
Electric Wiring II. Shldler
Printing, Stationery and office
supplies. Pioneer Printing and Sta
tionery company. 126 Main St. 9-tf
WANTED A girl or woman for gen
eral housework. Call Marshall
WANTED Clean cotton rags, 5c per
pound. Central Garage. 30-tf
WANTED TO BUY Second hand
kitchen range, must bo in good
condition and prico must bo right.
Address Range, Herald. 30-tf
FOR SALE Sorrel maro, wt. 1,000
lbs ; 1 jeaillug colt, two sets har
ness, cream separator and milk
ctns. V. E. Knigh &. A. O. Tarbell.
rOR SALE Angora goats, " 350
head, all high grudo. 275 does.
Rogibtoied hULks. hll W. Davis, R.
F. D. Ux 1G2. Ashland, Ore. 2'J-S
WANTED One or two high-wheel
logging trucks, either new or sec-
ond hand. State cash price and con
dition with speclficationu. Barham
llroa. Lumber Co., Siskiyou, Ore.
WANTED Experienced foreman for
irrigated alfalfa and grain ranch.
Long tlmq and good wages for right
man. Address N. H. Bogue, City.
lVAVprn Trt nrTV A amnll hntica
in good location, with large lot
Prico must bo reasonable, with
i terms. Address R. C. S. Herald of
f flee. tf
WANTED At Klamath General
Hospital, an assistant cook. Phone
FOR SALE 4 saddlo horses, good
after stock, cheap; C work-horses,
ready for spring plowing. Phone
FOR SALE 1 3 ',4 Studehaker wa
gon, 1 3 Vi narrow-tired wagon.
. WANTED A stock' saddlo; must be
; In good condition. Phono 25JJ. 9-tt
i WANTED A man to work on ranch
j by the month. Phone 253-J. tf
j Storage Batteries H. Shldler
WANTED Woman cook on ranch,
1 or could use man rind wife. 1'hono
or write. Adams Ranch, Merrill,
WANTED A message from you to
tho readers of Tho Herald, if you
j have anvthlng for sale, for rent, lost
! or found.
Serves you right Club Cafe 6-tf
BARGAINS In used cars. One 1917
Ueo. good condition, $S0O; ono
1917 Dodge. $850; ono 1912 Koo,
a bargain at $400; ono 1918 Stude-
bakor, $900; ono 1913 stuaobaKor,
$900; C. L. McWllllams, 3C Main,
Phono 1C9. 2G-1
Storago Batteries Charged..II. Shldler
LOST AND FOUND
LOST $10 reward for the return of
a 6 mo. old silver grey Persian
cat. Lost on road between Klamath
Falls and Merrill. Dr. E. D. John
Used cars for sale ono 19 IS
Chovrolet, first-class running condi
tion. Prices nro right. Central Gar
LOST A goldon opportunity to sell
your homo, your farm or anything
you wish to dispose of, it you do not
iiso the classified columns of The
FOR SALE One Shire stnlllon. six
years old. Severnl head of young
work horses. Inquiro of Enterprise
Ranch, or phono 253J. 12-tf
Sorves you right Club Cafe C-tf
FOR SALE A double drawer Na
tional Cash icgister. Just HKo new.
Rex Cafe. 12-tf
FOR SALE Loafing inine3. Phono
graphs, Pianos, Recorda Earl
Shephord, C07 Miin St. 21-tf
Serves you right Club Cafe 6-tf
FOR SALE Used cars. 1917 Elgin.
Imperial flnrngo. 2R-tt
! FOUND iA chance to dispose of nny
I of tho innumerable articles that
I you have stored away in your cellar,
j attic or barn. Turn your wnsto Into
i cash. There Is always someone who
i wants just what you, have for sale.
' Find him through tho classified
1 columns of this paper.
Carpenters' local No. 190 meet3
every Wednesday evening in the
1 Labor hall. 6th nnd Main.
1 r E. SOLOMON. Rec.Sec.
I Easter and everyday Greeting
Cards nt Pioneer Printing & Station
ery Company, Houston Opora Houso
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In tho County Court of tho Stato of
Orogon for tlio county oi ivi.uu
nth. In tho Matter of tho Estato of Arth
ur B. iLong, Docnasod.
Nntlcn la linrniiv pivon bv tho Und-
oi signed, administrator with tho will
nnnuxod of tho estate of Arthur B.
Long, doconsed, to tho creditors of,
and to nil porsons having claims
against, tno saiu uoconseu, 10 uiuimi
them, with tho necessary vouchors,
,,.lll, I,, olv m nn tli a nftnr thn first nub-
llcntion of this notico, to said admin
istrator with tno win nunoxeu, ni
tho law offlco of C. F. Stono, in
Klamath Falls, Oregon, In said coun
ty and stnte, tho same being the
' -.1 .. .1 ..........., t . .. n .t.n t.l(l
ness of said estato.
Dated this 17th day of March,
W. A. WIEST,
Administrator with tho will an
nexed of said estato.
Next Sunday is Easter Sunday.
jGroot your friends with an artistic
lCnster card. Beautiful lino at Pion
eer Printing & Stationery Company,
Houston Opora Houso Block, 30-2
ORDFR NfYW MurPhey's Feed & See Storfe
126 South Sixth St