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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 13, 1920)
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HERALD'S CLASSIFIED COLUMNS
FOR SALE Real Estate
I FOR SAM-3 OH TRADE- 160 acres
i of lino land, partly In cultivatien:
SACRAMENTO, Apr. 13 The po- good whedt land potato land. Also
tnt ii tdicirliiirii In California Ik acute ' relinquishment on 320 acres Joining
into shortage in California s acute ,inncu AddrcgH IJt D iIeraid omce.
Not only 1b there a very limited sup- 12-22
piy oi imn important joou prouuci
Etrm.il In wnrnlmunPK nnd cold stor- LOTH
ago plants at the principal dlstrlbu-' Lot on pnved gtrcetg from &0 00
lion centers of tho state, but the to S1.2C0.00.
growers theniselras are now facing
a seiioiiK prolilcro In being unable to
seruri) a sufficient and satisfactory
supply of seed stoik.
These are among tho outstanding
features of a special report filed with
Governor William D. Stephens by
State Director of Agriculture a. H.
Hecke us the result cf an Investiga
tion of the potato situation In Cali
fornia by men of his department.
The Investigation was ordered by
Hcclce Id view of numerous com
plaints by consumers that dealers
have been profiteering In potatoes by
holding large supplies In storage un
til they spoiled In order to hold up
the prcles. These charges of hoard-
It is pointed out In the report,
I WEATHER RECORD
Hun after the lliruld will iiulilluhl
the iiit'iin and maximum temper-'
lures and precipitation record Ink-'
nn hy the U S Iterluiiiuilon utrvlvv.
station. Publication will oer the1
dny previous to Hip pupur's Imuw. upi
to 6 o'clock of that dny
P I CASH LURES "RED"
J 'popes or village priests who resist
this ungodly and particularly un-
SOLDIERS TO DESERT K'lirirtliin government."
Max. Mln. ctpltutlOD
Apr. 1 44 35 .06
Apr. 2 47 S3
Apr. 3 DO 29
Apr. 4 r.7 2ft
APr. 6 r.O 30
Apr. 6.. 66 30
Apr. 7. ..?.... 61 27
Apr. 8 . .. 60 38 .15
Apr. 9 .. . 44 33 .00
Apr. 10.... S3 28
Apr. 11 .. 60 2G
APr. 12 01 29
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T11H HAGUE, Msr. 16, (Hy Mull).
Ruislnn peasants desert from the
Hrd army at every opportunity and
go back to tholr villages where they
earn man monov than they cvr
before dreamed of earning, assorts
the correspondent of the Atmtterdnm
Ilundelslilnd who recently visited So
viet Russia. Nobody thinks of
shooting them for desertion.
ror inn lima iney cuiuviiie nil)
their own soil people bring them
whatever they want gold, gramo-
i RELATING TO
are not borne out by facts.
Hecke has also advised the gover
nor Unit the Investigation disclosed
I no evidence of unnecessary wasto.
While the matter of prlees lvnot dis
cussed In the report, practically the
entire blame now prevailing Is at
tached to the shortage.
The amount of potatoes held at
terminal points, Including Sacra
mento, Stockton, San Ffancisoo and
unimproved from Jioo.co up.
Terms If desired, 1 0 per cent cash,
balance 36 payments.
1 12xlC bouse, big lot, $650. 00.
1 4 -room house, big lot, 11, COO.
1 D-room house, big lot, $1,300.
1 C-room house, two big lots,
W. M. MONTKIjIUH,
Phone 1 1:103 Main Htrcct.
Will make reasonable terms with
responsible parties for my apartment
house, 607 High. A. J. Lyle. 12
FOR SALE House and lots; also
vacant lots close to box factory,
Shlpplngton; also close rto Pelican
Hay mill. 705 Main St. Phone 2C0R
One of our local theatres recently
mil iirtliiml Putin A utiimblo In am a n
hi. int...t rnmnrtiB. Wn uh n i ''s Angeles, for distribution throigta-
WANTED To dispose of 3C0 acre3
beet land In Klamath county, five
miles from town, railroad straight
through It, depot In 200 feet, power
tllne along one side, water enough
by Jane 1st to float Noah's ark and
mako mud of 250 acres. Will agree
to pick and market free of charge
all oranges produced on the rand for
Ave years and treat any r,eal estate
fakir who claims a 'commission to a
punch. Come and get It and bring
your pocketbook along just to make
cbang. Call at 517 Pine or 708 9th
Sts. ' 8-tf
stutu that we have contracts for all
the Into Arbuckle comedies and any
others shown here are those made
prior to our contracts, which this
Theatre has held for over two years.
The KTAIt TIIKATHK MunnKemenL
; phnnes, clothes or money," he adds
' "Nevertheless the power of the soviet
! In the country Is very slight. The
KAL.BM. Apr 13. United States
Senator Miles Ponlduxter trduy filed
peasant accepted from communism lUM-mnmon as cannionio lor me lie
nil that suited him. Having socurod Publicans' pres'dcntlal nomination.
tht advantages, hv listened to (lie!
A Claimed Ad wU sell It.
ont the state, according to, the report,
Is not more than approximately 200,
000 sacks. Under normal conditions
and at ordinary prices, Hecke esti
mates that from 25 to 50 .per cent
of this stock would be used tor seed
The Vulcan Oil & Gas
Organized by the Business and Professional Men of Medford,
Ore., offers to the public a limited number of shares of stock at
12'2 cents per share in minimum blocks of 100 shares. Par value
$1.00 fully paid and non-assessable.
The by-laws of the Vulcan Oil & Gas Co. provide that before
the organizing crowd can participate in the earnings of the Com
pany the investors' money must be returned to them in full.
Every dollar received from stock subscriptions will go into
legitimate development work.
Our holdings cover every part of the Rogue River Valley and
approximately 6,000 acres in one body in Sam's Valley.
FOTt SALE Bnrenln. 1 1920 Stud-
dlsh," served gratis, and takes ranKi ebaker special Six; am leaving
on the bill of tare at 10 Mali state. Sec B. J. Martin,
straight, and IS nts oehe aielal Agency, Ore.
One window on Main street has
held an expression of the gentral
view of the potato sitnatloa for thu
We are under the strict supervision of
Oregon's Corporation Commissioner.
Our organization is complete, our derrick is up and we are
ready to go.
As the drill goes down the price of stock does up
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY
NO DEBTS NO PREFERRED STOCK
Friday's close of business brought subscriptions from Califor
nia, Washington, Colorado and New Jersey.
C. S. BUTTERFIELD
Representing the company, will be at the Hall Hotel a few days
The local retail price of "apds"
still lingers at nine cents, an altitude
record reached a week or more ago.
There nro Indications that the price
will go higher before the new crop
!s nvallable, but dealers do not antici
pate a total famine. It Is believed
tl.at those who have the prlee will
ibe able to buy potatoes Indefinitely,
the present cost operating t con
serve the supply by the simple pro
I cess of making It prohibitive on the
average consumer to assimilate Mm
quantity that he would under aormal
to local eating plates the yoteto
has ceased to be a bumble "side
FOR SALE Easy terms, one block
of land in city limits; buildings,
well, pump, engine, garden tools,
plow, norBe! wagon, harness, saddle,
range in house, good soil, plenty pas
ture, 'Ideal plaoe for chickens, rablts
and cows. Inquire 705 Main St.,
Phono 250R, City.
FOR SALE By owner, modern bun
galow, 4-rooms and basement, on
paved street. 'Enquire after 5 p. m.
1413 Oregon Ave. 8-14
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
FOR RENT Space In these columns
at five cents a line a da. A lino
hei ' Is read by thousands every
FARM FOR RENT OR SALE Near
Klamath Falls under ditch. Ad
dress R. Herald office. 12-tf
FOR SALE: Second hand United
Motor truck of 4 tons fully equip
ped for hauling, excellent condition
for only $-2750.00 F. O, U. Portland,
Oregon. For particulars, write Thom
as Randies, 26-North 16th St., Port
land, Oregon. tf
Notice Is hereby given that I wIM
not be responsible for debts con
tracted by my wlfo from this date.
12-15 Charles W. Brown.
Ono-ocnt Snlo this week.
Serves you right Club Cafe 6-tf
Pacific Coast base
every day at Pastime
PHONE PEYTON for wood. 187
FOR HIRrJ Horses with harness.
Enquire Klamath Record. 10-15
Serves you right Club
Electric Appliances H. Shldler
L. K. Porter, Contractor, box 281.
CITY GARBAGE When you
garbage removed call b2J,
One-cent feale this week.
Pacific Coast base ball retnnu
every day at Pastime Peel room.
Printing, Stationery and office
supplies. Pioneer Printing and Sta
tionery company. 126 Main St -tf
.FOR SALE 8 Airdale pups, whelp
ed on April 6th. Will be right i
for fall training. From the best I
Aildsle strains in California. Regis
tration pedigree with purchase; male
$25, female $15. Address T. W. i
Goddard, Klamath Falls, Ore. 12-17
WANTED Tworroom, bouse fur
nished or unfurnished; no child
ren. Room 217 Hall Hotel. 12-1J
One-cent Sale this week.
On-cent .Sale this week.
FOR SALE 1 registered
Durham Bell; 3 horses.
Reldi 3 miles east of Merrill.
POSITION WANTED) By' electric
ian, 5 years motor repair, heater
and wiring experience. Industrial
plant position preferred. Inquire
3t Box E, Herald offloe. , 'j.Aw9-lt
Experienced tractor engineer wants
work. John Horst, Holland House.
WANTED To rent a plano.no child
ren. Phone 451M. 8-10
Want a ladv about the 12th of
K'ama'b. April to do housework on ranch.
7-17 75 a month. J. P. HcAuliff, Fort
' Ttr1nmnth 1.
FOR SALE 65 head of. stock cattle. J '
Call at Vf. W. Warron.4 miles east rocKMEN WANTED W,
of Bonanza; If Interested call soon 2326 Sixth St.
ueiorw i lurooui. i-ii
last week in the shape of a moll FOr saleI Good wheat and bar
safe in whish a half doaa r so ley straw ,$6.00 per ton.
fhnlrn nontmana ,nf Ihn nnac tuhe. - t fllone iihMJ
WANTED TO BUY A small houa
with large lot, close in. Give lo
cation, price and terms in first let
ter. Box 09, Herald office. Iltt
FOR SALE Tho Herald will place nOCKMEN WANTED W. D. Miller,
your message In the hands of over ( 2326 Sixth St. 6-tf
a.vuv reuuurs uvury uieui iui uuiy
five cents a line.
The Rex eafe has installed a iw
Bnnltury display case, fly and dust
proof, for the better handling of the
pastry and other products of the
A Claaslfied Ad will soil it.
TAKE A PLUNGE
Tho plunge and baths at the
White Pelican hotel are now open
to tho public. Those wishing to en
gage them mny arrange with Mr
Mann nt the Hot Spring Bath house
or nt tho hotel office. 1-tf
O. E. S. NOTICE
There will bo a regular meeting of
Alalia Chapter, No. 61, O. E. S.Tues
day evonlng, April 13,1920, at 8:00
o'clock p. m. Initiation. Visiting
12-13 EIHo S. Chastaln, W. M.
One-cent :6ale this week.
JWANTED Clean cotton rass. 5c per
pouna. central uarage. su-u
ROCKMEN WANTED W. D. Miller.
2326 Sixth St. E-tf
FOR SALE; 4 saddle horses, good
after stock, cheap; 6 work-horses, i
ready for Bpring plowing. Phone WANTED TO BUY A small house
296-J. j in good location, with large lot
1 Price must bo reasonable, with
FOR SALE 1 3 Studebnker wa- terms. Address R. C. S. Herald of-
gon, .1 3 Vi narrow-tired wagon, f ioo. tf
Phone '296-J. I
WANTED At Klamath General
Storage Batteries Charged-H. Shldler I Hospital, .in assistant cook. Phone
Used enrs for sale one 1918
Chevrolet, first-class running condi
tion. Prices are right. Central Gar
Storage Batteries H. Shldler
WANTED A message from you to
the readers of The Herald. If you
FOR SALE! One Shire stallion, sis have anvthlnc for sale, for rent, lost
years old. Several head of young or found,
work horses. Inquire of Enterprise
Ranch, or phone 253J.
Serves you right Club Cafe 6-tf
NOTICE OF BALE OF ESTRAY
In tho Justice Court for the Pre
cinct of Lost River, Klamath County,
Notice Is hereby given that I have
ordered sold according to the pro
visions of Chapter 328, as amended
by Chapter 36 Laws of 1917 and
Chapter 134 Laws 1919, the follow
Ono red 2-year-old stoer, branded
2L on right, hip and 17 on left hip,
earmarked with swallow fork In
right enr and upper and under slope
in left ear and chin wattle or dulhp.
Said steer will be sold to the high
est and best bidder for cash at the
ranch of S. D. Tooker 1 miles
south of Dairy, Oregon, on Saturday,
May 1, 1920, at 1 o'clock p. m.
J. T. Bradley,
Justlco of the Peace for Lost
River precinct, Klamath Co.,
Orgeon. ' 10-27
FOR SALE A double drawer Na
tional Cash register. Just like new.
Rex Cafe. 12-tf
Serves yon right Club Cafe 6-tf
FOR RENT OR LEASE
RANCH TO RENT for cash or on
shares, or will leaso for term of
years. For information call at SI 2
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms
for 2 or 3 gentlemen; by day, week
or month. 59 Washington. 10-12
LOST AND FOUND
LOST A golden opportunity to sell
your home, your farm or anything
you wish to dispose of, it you do not
use the classified columns of The
FOUND A chance to dispose of any
of the Innumerable articles that
you have stored away in your collar,
attic or barn. Turn your waste into
cash. There is always someone who
wants just what you have for sale.
Find .him through the classified
columns of this paper.
Quick Service Transfer
JOSEPH V. CARDOZA
Solicits your patronage for rellablo
transfer service by auto truck.
Prompt attention given all calls.
Phono 49, or call at 123 N. Fourth
Lifted Ice Chest, from corner 6th
nnfl ItTlnmntli Avo Qntnt1riv nfcrVit
botwoon 7 and 8 "o'clock. Reward Nortu lcth st- Portland. Oregon
$5.00. A clue, I do the rest. See' Ji T,
Dick, 1008 Main St. 12-13 I Ono-cent Sl,I this week.
ATTENTION: FARMERS, CON
TRACTORS AND TRUCK USERS.
United Motors Service Company is
offorlng for sale direct to the users,
tho United Motor Trucks in 1, 2J6,
3 and 5 ton sizes nnd 6 ton tract
ors, Big discount, save tho agent's
commission. For prices and dis
counts, write Thomas .Randies, cara
United Motors Sorvlco Company, 26-
Murphey's Feed & Seed Store
J26 Sotttk Sixth St Phono 87