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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 7, 1920)
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, 120
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Save 25 per Cent
Save 25 per Cent
OUR CASH SAVINGS PLAN
THIS IS OUR PLAN
No Klnmnth Fulls. Oregon, .1-20-1!) 20.
Tho undersigned, in consideration of the payment ot $2.25 tendered herowlth,
hereby applies for tho privilege of purchasing for cash, from the Klamath Cash
Grocery, for tho period of one month from tho date of employment of tho Cash Saving
Flan by said store, nny merchandise carried In stock, at a prlco figured to bo tho
invoico cost plus transportation.
This application Is made with understanding that tho sum of $2.23, representing
tho payment herewith, shall be hehl by the First State & Savings Hank of Klamath
Falls, Oregon, in escrow for the said store until Five Hundred applications similar to
this shall have been signed and deposited with tho nggvegato sum of $1,125.00 with
the said Bank, provided Five Hundred applications, with proper remittances, shall be
received by the said Rank on or before 1920. It is
further understood by the undorslgned that when Five Hundred such applications
shall have been received, each accompanied by tho proper remittance, and the date for
the beginning of the operation ot tho Cash Saving Plan shall have been designated and
announced by tho store, then the Bank shall pass to tho cerdlt of tho storo tho whole
sum so deposited in escrow, after which undersigned shall be allowed, for tho period
of one month, to purchase any merchandise carried In stock by tho said store, at cost
pfus transportation. If tho total ot Five Hundred applications shall not have been
received by the said - , 1920, then tho Bank will return this
application and $2.25 to the undersigned upon request therefor.
(This application will not be used after the plan goes Into effect.)
MAKE APPLICATION OR MAIL CHECK TO
KLAMATH CASH GROCERY
FIRST STATE AND SAVINGS BANK
OR OFFICE OF THE COUNTY FARM BUREAU
mt. iaui items
i Mr and Mrs. l'ukor arrived Mon-
i tliiv exinlnn for a ill Willi their
niece. Mm, II. .1 1, utter, hnung spent
i ho winter In California. They niv
on tlu-ir way homo to Multiloba.
Mr. and Mm. J. S. McLellau are
able to be up again utter n continued
Illness of Influenxa. Their son.
Verne, hi homo from tho Unlvoralty
ot Oregon taking cure of them.
KxMineth Cnso Is homo this week
from high school with an attack of
VI11 Hurlio and family have moved
to Tom Wutters' ranch where he wilt
farm this year In addition to John
Koonts's ranch, Tom Wutters having
moved to town for this year.
The Hunter sorvclo and basket din
ner was well attended tit Henley
Pave Mcl.ellau Is visiting Ills uncle.
J. S. Mc Lei Inn.
Miss Fayo West spent EaHtor with
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. West.
NOVKi: OF FINAL ACCOUNT
I WEATHER RECORD
Hercnfter tho Herald will publish
the mean and maximum tempera
tures and precipitation rocoril as tak
en by the U. S. Reclamation servico
station. Publication will cover tho
day previous to tho paper's lssuo, up
to 5 o'clock of that day.
XOTirK OF SALE OF REAL
PROPERTY 11V ADMINIS-
. ' DEAD AVIATORS
3'iUai!r;ns are planning to dedicate i
s.mll.ir rooms at the club building in
honor ot comrades killed in action.
NEW YORK, Apr. .7. The first
memorial here to American f.gluijg
airmen killed in France i3 a room in
the clubhouse ot the Ann-rlcan I1 lyin ;
club set aside Jn honor of 10 i.-Iators
of the 22nd pursuit squadron of the
American expeditionary furce. A
taHjlet In the room beais the names of
tho following airmen who were killed
In actien: First Lieutenants Phillp
E. Hacsinger, Arthur C. Kimber,
Henry B Hudson, John G. Agar, Jr..
James E. Biggs, Jamas D. Beane,
Remington DeB. Vernam and Howard
It. Clapp and Second Lieutenants
Vaughn R. McCormiek and Edward
B. Gibson, Jr. Members of other
SACRED KINE TAKE
RIBBONS AT SHOW
EVERETT, Wash., Apr. 7. Miss
Freda Billings, teacher at the Monroe
school herd, is coaching the school's
baseball team. Miss Billings while
teaching at Port Ang-ales, Wash.,
whipped a school team into good
shapo and the Monrce boys are hop
ing she will have equal success with
them. Miss Billings was in play
ground work In the east several years
Red was regarded by the Egyptians
as symbolic. of fidelity.
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staifisfiffd 1865 J3
TO JOIN the "FORWARD
MOVEMENT" for better
cardens better farms.
SpealcinG of the family table, if you can live better
and at considerably reduced cost why not do it?
Whv do you not balance your table costs by using
MOIIE VEGETABLES? The only practical way to
accomplish this is to
GROW YOUR OWN
TRY THESE SPECIALS
I1BANB lillly'i" Colrten
HBKT Lillys Crimson
iiv'n Crlmnon uiodo
caiiiiaob Lilly's cinry ............ i"e
CAHHOT Lilly Oolden Half Lone.. Be
CAUMPLOWBR Wlly' Karly Alba. Ie
(JOHN Lilly's Golden O ant. ........ le
CUCUMIliJn Lillys ITIde of the
Pacific .; J"
LBTTUCK Lilly's Delicious JJJe
ONION Lilly's LonBkot-pcr .........
l-KAS Lilly's Woishlneton Wonder... 1J-
ltAXJIBH Lilly's Crimson Giant J
SQUASH-Lllly's. uM'd.v ....... ,
TUMA'IU Ullirriihii, wf..-. --
TUIINII' Lillys Snowball 10e
COc SI Te
sic i 6"
1-4 lb. I III.
We carry tho larcost and most
Ca .v A-i varied hiock ui ,vfiwwuiD .
Flower Setds In tho Northwest.
I'opulnr Varieties Vegctablo Seeds 5c p!U.
I.llly'H 8pcclnl 10c pkt.
l'eas, Brains and Com IBc pkt.
FOR YOUR FARM
Wo carry liberal stocks ot the choicest grades obtainable ot
ai:A83BS CLOVEK8. ALFALFA. FIELD GRAINS. COHN.
RYE, VETCH, MILLET, FIELD PEA8 and UAPE.
A 1'OSTCAIW DIU.NGS OUI CATALOG
The Ohas. H. Lilly Oo.
TUB N0BTIIWEST8 GREATEST
BED IlOVSiS .
FORT WOnTH, Texas, Apr. 7.
The great sacred cnttlo ot India have
gone to homo pastures with bluo rib
bons for tho first tlmo from tho Fort
Worth fat stock show, setting a new
era in tho industry in tho southwest.
The Brahmas camo from tho crcat
Pierce ranches In Wharton county.
What attracted most Interest about
the "sacred cattle" Is the fact that
they are tick-proof and drouth-resisting.
Originally pure-bloods, these
giant, gaunt cattle have been crossed
.with Texas stock until they have
dropped some ot the physical char
acteristics of their kind. Hut thoy
still retain the hump and their na
tural wlldness has been Intensified.
In tho County Ccurt of tho Stato of
Oregon for Klamath County.
In tho matter of tho lOstato of
James II. McCann. deceased.
Notlco Is hereby given, that In
pursuance of an order of tho County
Court of tho Stato ot Oregon for
Klamath County, mndo on tlio 8th
day of March, 1920, in the matter of
tho estato cf James II. McCann, do
ceasrd, tho undoi-slgncd, ns admlnls-
I trator ot tho estato of James II.
1 McCann. deceased, will sell nt
private sale, to tho highest bidder,
upon tl.o terms and conditions here
inafter mentioned, and subject to
confirmation by said County Court of
Klamath County, Oregon, on or after
tho 10th day of April. A. I). 1920,
all tho right, title, interest nnd estato
of tho said James II. McL'anu, de
ceased, at the timo ct hits dentil, In
and to tho real property hereinafter
The terms and conditions of said
sa!o aro to be: all ensh; or upon tho
best terms obtainable
Tho real estato horeby advertised
to bo sold Is described ns:
The north halt of tho northeast
quarter of Section Ono, In Township
Forty-one, South of Itango Nino,
East of tlio Wlllanfetto Meridian,
situated In Klamath County, Oregon.
All bids or offers must bo In writ
ing, and may bo delivered to or ad
dressed to this administrator, caro
ot Ferguson, Fletcher & Mifflin, his
attorneys, Loomis Uullding, Klamath
Ijated this 10th day ot March,
Administrator of tho Estato of
James II. McCann, Deceased.
Ferguson, Fletcher & Mifflin,
Attornoys for Administrator,
10 Loomis Uullding,
Klamath Falls, Oregon.
In tho old nature worship of vari
ous peoples tho Easter rabbit and
eggs originated. Rabbits and eggs
aro emblematic of fertility; Easter
Is tho spring festival, at which, among
Latin and Teutonic races, tho fruit
fulness of naturo is worshiped.
LIHKItTV I!OM)S HIKKX
ON TIIKSE HAKCiAINS
J. H. Garrett & Son
522-538 S. Sixth St.
When at last Spring
arrives, you will wish
.that you had fixed your
car sooner; so we are
suggesting that you
bring it in to us to-day
and let our expert me-
nhjinies start to work nn s
it. We have a modern
and complete repair
jhop and can assure you
of service and depend
SIXTH ST. brick building C0xl04,
paying 7 por cent net on $1 1,700.
Will take ?11,G00 ?10,00 In Lib
erty bonds, 11,500 cash, or any part
In bonds up to tho above amount. C
per cent Int. Rent can be Increased
to $100 a month.
I also havo for salo the lot on
Sixth botweon tho abovo brick bldg.
n'i'l Dunham's garago. The lot is
G0xl04. I'avemont Is paid. 1'rlco
$0,250, $r,,000 In Llberfy bonds;
balance cash or terms, with G por
ONE OF THE REST genoral mer
chandise stores In Klamath county.
Doing u good business and Increas
ing ovnry month. Did a ?20,000 busi
ness this year. 40 acran ot land, .'10
In grain. Largo storo building 40x
50, 2 rooms, good fixtures nnd show
cases; (5-room bungalow; nlco hall
30x48; stono storo room 12x24; gar
H'o 22x22; ono O. M, C, truck; post
offlco; 25 tiers of wood. I'rlco of
nhovo, $4,700. Stock will Invoico
?S,000. Will soil for $12,000 and
tnko $10,000 In Llborty bonds. Ral
anco cash or easy terms, with G por
ANOTHER LOT on Sixth St., fiOx
104, a llttlo further out. Prlco
$3,r,00 $1,000 Llborty hontla, $fi00
cash and $r.00 n year. Int. G por
cent. Seo W. W. Fordnoy at Jowol
enfo, Friday noon.
in the i 'miuiy Comt of tho Blalo of
Ointun f-ir the County of
In tlio matter of tho Estuto of
1'il.nii'd W. (lowon, iloceiiHod.
Nm ire Is huroby given Mint tlio
nnd. iH'gui'd has Hied her lliuil no
. omit, inid that Saturdny, tho 10th
day M April, 1!)20, nt 3 o'clock p. in.,
has been llxed by Hie Cuurt has tho
tltiK' ti ti it place at which said account
wlK be considered and nottlod by tho
I'tiiirt. All persoiiR having objections
(hereto will tlio tholr objections or
appear on or before tho date uforu
atd. and show cause why said ac
count should not ho settled mid con
tinued. Dated at Klnmnth Falls, Oregon,
this 10th day ot March, 1920.
SARAH 11. QOWEN,
Administratrix of tho Estato of
I'Ulutuud W. (lowon, Deceased.
NOTICE TO CKKMTOltH.
In tlio County Court of tho Stato ot
Oregon for tho County of Kluin
nth. In the Matter ot tho Entitle ot Arth
ur II. Long, Deceased.
Notlco Is herooy given by the und
ersigned, administrator with the will
annexed ot tho estato ot Arthur IL,
Long, iieceiiBeii, to tho creditors or,
and to all persons having claims
against, tho said decoasod, to exhibit
them, with tho necessary vouchors,
within six months after tlio first pub
lication of this notice, to said admin
istrator with tho will annexed, at
tho law office ot C. F. Stone, In
Klamath Falls, Oregon, In said conn
ty nnd state, tho same being the
place for tho transaction of the btisl
ucs of said estato.
Dated this 17th day of March,
W. A. WIEST.
Administrator with the wilt an
nexed of Bald estate.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
Equity No. 10S9
In tho Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for tho County of Klam
ath Emma Wing, Plaintiff
Hilda Coopor nnd the unknown
heirs of Hilda Coopor; also all
other poraons or parties unknown,
clnlmlug nny right, tltlo, estnto,
Hon or Interest In or to tho rem
estnto described In tho complaint
Notlco is hereby given that, by vlr
tuo of an execution and order of
salo, duly Issued out of the nhovo en
titled court and causo on tho 17th
day of March, 1920, upoji a decree
mndo and onterod of record In said
Court nnd causo on December lCth,
1919, In favor of tho abovo nnmod
plaintiff and agaliiBt tho abovo nam
ed defendants, directing the salo of
tho premises therein and hereinaf
ter described to satisfy tlio sum of
$179.78, together with Interest
thereon nt tho rnto ot f per cent per
annum from December Kith. 1919
together with tho costs of this sale
Now, thoroforo, by vlrtuo ot wild
execution, and In compliance with
snld writ, I havo duly levied upon
tho hereinafter described promises,
and will, on Wednesday, tho 28th
day of April. 1920. at the hour of
10 o'clock a. m. of said day. at tho
front door of tho County Court Houso
of said County, now bolng used ns
such. In Klamath Falls. Oregon, sell,
nt public miction, to thn highest bid
dor, for cash, all the rjght, tltlo and
Intorest of Itlio nhovo named defend
ants, and each of them. In nnd lo tho
following described real proporty, to
wit: Lots' I, 5 nnd 0 of Illock 1 of
Ewaunn Hleghts Addition to
Klnmnth Falls, Oregon, or bo
much thoreof as may bo neces
sary to satisfy said oxocutlon.
Tho proceeds of snld sale will he
applied In the satisfaction of snld
execution, order and decreo, Includ
ing tho total Riun heroin hoforo men
tioned, tngother with tho costs of
his snln, and (ho overiduR, Jf nny
thoro Im, will bo paid Into said Court
to bo further npplled, ns by law re
Dnlnl Mnrcli 17th. 1920.
OFO. L. IirMfHREV. Sheriff of
Klamath Countv, Oregon
Jv OCAR SHIVE, Deputy
17-2 4-3 1-7-1 4
ATTENTION: FARMERS, CON
TRACTORS AND TRUCK USERS,
Unltod Motors Sorvlco Company Is
offoring for salo direct to the users,
tho Unltod Motor Trucks In 1 'As, 2,
3V4 and 5 ton sizes nnd G ton tract
ors. IUg discount, snvo tho agont's
commission. For prices nnd dis
counts, write Thomns Handles, enro
United Motors Servico Company, 20.
North 1 nth St., Portland, Oregon, tf
Every war has produced Its horo
Inos ns well as horoos. Notable
among tho-liorolnes of tho Russo
Japanese war was Miss Ando Yoshl,
a yountf Japanese sollor of rlco
cakes at Port Arthur, who stolo tho
Russian war maps, disguised horsolt
as a coollo and carrlod thorn safely
to tho Japaneso consul at Pokln,
Want Ails bring results.
Dr. James' Headache Powders re
lievo at once 10 cento a
You toko a Dr. James' Ilcadache
Powder and in Just a' few moments
your bead clears and all neuralgia and
distress vanishes. It's the quickest
and surest relief for headache, whether
dull, throbbing, splitting or nerve
racking. Send someone to tho dnig
(tore and get a dime pockago now,
Quit sufforlng it's so needless, Bo
8iire'ou get Dr. James' Hoadaehe
Puwdars then then will be no dlfp
A ll n ii'.hlv equipped Inntltutlnil
,,r:..i,llr u:i. vcnlliMl f-UIHoo for the)
i.cN i.t.flr trriiiuelll b bimplllll IlK'lh-
oii if imullcul. urlal nnd obKol
rlr.il i iiseii
The new and iuodn fireproof build
ing (outiilnn private looms for bod
am) ambulatory i". completely
mulpped oxainlnntlrii and (roaliii')iit
roomn. Itot'iitnmi Ray. clinical and
WARREN HUNT, M. II.
L. L. TltUAN. M. !
11KO. A. MAHSKV. M. I).
FOURTH AND I'INH fll'rf..
KLAMATH FALLS. OltE.
THE ISE OF these (alliums will
mnkn money for you.
KLAMATH FALLS MAN
Ills Tt-otlmoiiy Will liiteient Every
Klnmntli I'nlN Render
The vnluo of local evidence Ik In
disputable. It Ih the kind of evi
dence we accept ns true because wo
know we can prove It for ourmdvos,
There has been plenty of such evi
dence In tho Klamath Falls papers
lately, and this straightforward tes
llinony has established it conlldenro
In tho minds of Klamath Falls peo
ple that will not bo easily shaken.
M. O. Wllklns says: "I am hiiIi
Jcct to backache at times and then
my kidneys nro more or lens Irregu
lar lu action. After taking Dunn's
Kldnoy Pills a few days, my kidneys
net properly and my back feels ns
strong as over. I advlfo nnyono
who Is mirroring from backnrho and
kidney disorders to give Doan's Kid
ney Pills n trial, for I know they
Prlco GOc, at all dealers. Don't
Blinply ask for n kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills tho samo
that Mr. Wllklns had. Foster-MJl-burn
Co., Mfgrs., Iluffalo. N. Y.
Drink Hot Water
in the Morning
Wash away all stomach, liver,
and bowel poisons before
To feel your bent day In and day
out, to feel clean Inside; no sour bile
to coat your tongue and sicken your
breath or dull your bead; no consti
pation, bilious attacks, sick headache,
:olds, rheumatism or gassy, acid
4tomnch, you must bntho on tho In
side like you hatha outside. This Is
wihtlyy moru Importnnt, bocnuRO the
.tklu pores do not absorb Impurities
into thu blood, while the bowel pores
To keep theso poisons nnd toxins
well flushed from the stomnch, llvor,
kidneys and bowels, drink boforo
breakfast each day, a glass of hot
water with n teaspoonful of llmo
fltono phosphate In It. This will
clonnse, purify, and froshon tho on
tlro alimentary tract boforo eating
(lot u qunrtor pound of llmostono
phoaphntn from your pharmacist. It
Is iuexpensivo and almost tastoloss.
Drink phosphnted hot water every
morning to rid your Bystom of those
vllo poisons and toxins; also to pre
vent tholr formation.
Dr. Mn ml lnj;crsoR Hnwley
First Nntlonnl Rank Building
Entrnnco, Room G
Glvo Ub a Trial
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