The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, April 21, 1920, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3

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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Wednesday, aprii; 21, 1020
EXTRA SPECIAL MEETING
OF THE
BOXMAKERS' UNION NO. 1764
Thursday, April 22, 1920
in the LIBRARY HALL, THIRD AND MAIN STREETS
VERY IMPORTANT BUSINESS
FOR SALE Real Estate
l"ttlriK hy giving out thu pitcher nt
the Unit moment.
"(Jumbling Ih not to creep Into the
, giino nni! mlii It for tho future f ;i n
11111I iIiith If I ciin help It," Mil-1"
rJmll continued, "and If tlioro In tlio
least hiihiiIcIoii of It on 'iny team an
' int'i.i.i(i..ii.... ...in 1 t.. 1 !.,.
, "v,h '" "T "" ,"""" T" ""UIST A FLW ACRES of potato land
mini or men wlio nni apprehended, left, $1 r.o 00 per acre. Havo sold
will not nlny n minute." 72 acres at this prlco. Cliolco bldg.
I lots, jour price, your terms. Why
Tim export trade In Ceylon tea bo-jrent' ,',")no 1303 Maln st-
gnn In 1X73 with n shipment of 23! W. M. MOXTKLIUS. 19-tf
i
KMIS CLASSIFIED COLUMNS
I Printing;, Stationery and office
supplies. Pioneer Printing and Sta
tionery company. 120 Main St. 9-tf
HOUSE MOVING and roofing; IB
I yearn experience; prices rlgjit;
'work tlrst-class. True & Faltlng,
Phono 322W; residence 1221 Pleas
ant Ave. 16-lroo
pounds In n comparatively short
I time tliln figure Increased to 1 20,-
I twin llflil .........I.. .. ......
I "vij.K.iu fuiiiiiiH fi juur.
'4"H.
f.LEflEUESWILL
xetici: to tiih public
Our office lion been moved to the
2nd story of tliG Blchn garage. .1.
II. Garrett & Son. 17-23
RESOLUTION
II Friday C AI p Saturday
All of our $15.00 and $18.00 Patent
Leather Hats to go at $7.00. Don't fail
to purchase one of the?c practical and
stylish hats at this ridiculously low
price. We will also have in a new
assortment of Sport Hats and Sailors
as well as many pretty, light, summery
hats to show during this sale.
1 The Parisian Millinery
! 1 "tli day of March, 1!
I ill I specifications and es
I Mil'i 0flt "f Improving Pi
JPCH 'Eighth Street caster
"""""lUl. . I 1 .. .1 I I...
609 MAIN
.:..
The largest print paper mill In the
world Is being Installed In n paper
mill nt Grand HitpIdH, Win. This
mammoth machine will turn out
piper at a speed of 1,200 fuel a min
ute, which Is a rate of sovcrnl hun
dred feet more than thn largest ma
chine now In oxlHtcnco.
CHICAGO, April 17. Gambling
on hasehall kiiiiiuh will ho curtailed
this Benson, according to odlclals of
tho Chicago National league hasehall
club, who linvo stnrtcd a movement
ngulmit tho practice It Ih claimed
thnt numerous bets nre mndo on tho
strength of who tho opposing pitch
ers nro to bo. TIiIh year, Manager
Fred Mitchell, ilcclarcd ho will not
iitinnunco his lecher until tho time
his hatting order Is handed to the
umpire, just uororo tno gamo.
Manager Mltshell, whoso homo Is
In Iloston, declnroil ho knows of
numorous Instances In which the
wngors woro placed nfter tho pitch
ers had been selected. Ho said he
also knows of a certain hotol waiter
who was paid $C a day by a gambler
for obtaining from tho managor tno
nnmo of tho pitcher who was to per
form for tho visiting club that day.
"Most of tho betting Is dono in
tho pool rooms downtown," snld Mr
Mltcholl, ''and I bcllovo If tho pro
prietors of these placeH do not know
who Is going to pitch they will not
bo so keen to accept wagers. By
The City Engineer, pursuant to
Itesolutlrn of tho Common Council
l eietoforc adopted having, on tho
1 f. tli day of March, 1320, filed plans,
stlmnlus of the
ino Street from
rly to Eleventh
Street, Including Intersections not
paved, and tho council having taken
.ji.ie ender ndvlsoinent, and findln
aid plans. Rpec.flcatloiis and -iti-
muteq satisfactory.
me it hereby resolved, that
iald plans, Hpccificatiuis and esti
mates for the Improvement of said
portions of Pine Street be, and the
same nro hereby approved.
AND UK IT FURTHER RESOLV
ED, that tho Common Council hereby
declares Its Intention to Improve said
portions of Pine Street from Eighth
Street easterly to, Eleventh Street In
accordance with tho said plans, spe
cifications and estimates, said im
pr vements to consist of paving said
portions of said streets with Rtnndard
hltulithlc pavement at an estimated
cost, Including cement sidewalks,
with sidewalks C feet wide on hot
sides of said street, together with
cuihlng and grading of $14,709.00;
light bltulithlc pavement at esti
mated cost, Including sir h sldowalks,
curbing and grading, of $14,-112.00:
or oil macadum paomcnt, including
such sidewalks at estimated cost of
FOR HALi;--5-room house, furnish-ma "ODIES BUILT-
ed, near paved street, big lot, good
garden ground, with wood shed and
.garage. Address F. S. Herald.
19-21
-1023 Main.
I now have my now spring samples
or Nubone Corsets and will be glad
to call and show them to you. Mrs.
FOR SALE If you aro looking for a Rose St.
nlco modern, up-to-dato 5 or 6 I
room home, brand new, seo John K. 8ervcs
Drehor, 1131 (Irani St. 19-tf I'
, J. U. Vollmcr, Phono
322R, 1029
15-21
yon right Club Cafe 6-tf
FOR SAM':: Now plastered 4 -room
house, bath room, closet, large at
tic, sleeping porch, buffet kitchen,
enameled while. Garage. Call at 235
Michigan Ao, owner. 19-22
FOR SALE
Ington.
Pine St.
Fine lot,
Mrs. E. W
3rd & Wash-
Gowan, 305
19-24
FOR SALE OR TRADE 1C0 acres
of line land, partly In cultivation;
good wheat land potato land. Also
relinquishment on 320 acres Joining
ranch. Address II. D. Herald office.
12-22
LOTS
Lots of Lots
Lots on paved streets from 150.00
to $1,250.00.
Unimproved from $100.00 up.
Terms if desired, 10 per cent cash,
balance 30 payments.
1 12x10 house, big lot,$o.j0.00.
1 1-room house, big lot, $1,500.
1 5-room house, big lot, $1,300.
1 fi-room house, two big lots,
$1,800.00.
W. M. MOXTKLIUS,
Phone I ,, 130 Main Street.
10-tf
Will tho party who took tho wrong
macklnaw by mlstako In , the Rex
cafo please return it and exchange
for his own? 13-tf.
BUG BODIES BUILT 1023 Main.
Serve's you right Club Cafe 6-tf
PHONE PEYTON for wood. 187
Servps you right Club Cafe 6-tf
Electric Appliances H. Shldler
WANTED To dispose of 350 acre's
best land in Klamath county, five
miles from town, railroad straight
through It, depot In 200 feet, power
line along one s'de. water enough
$9,764.00, said Improvements In i "' ,Junp ,,Rt J '9, noat Noah's ark and
wlthholdjng tho name of the pitcher,
I bellove much of tho gambling will Lois f and 6 of Illock 1
Htnti town of Klamath Falls,
either event to Include grading, roll
ing and curbing, said pavement to be
10 feet wldo from said Eighth to I
jald Eleventh Street, and parking I
atrip leveled throughout the entire
distance of said improvements. And!
he It further resolved hy tho Com-.
mon Council, that tho property here-j
iuafter described be, and hvrehy Is,
U lurid to ho benefitted, to-wlt: I
Lots 1, 2. 3 nnd 4 of Illock 12.1
, crlgiunli
also the I
maka mud of 250 acres. Will agree
to pick and market free of charge
all orangos produced on the land for
five years and treat any real estate
fak'r who claims a commission to a
punch. Como and get It and bring
your pockotbook along Just to make
change. Call at 517 Pine or 708 9th
Sts. S-tf
CITY GARBAGE When you want
garbage it-moved call b2J.
Electric Wiring H. Shldler
WANTED
WANTED By young couplo with
no children, a furnished house or
apartment by May 1st. Inquire of
Fred Soule, Herald office, or phono
99R. tf.
WANTED Girl for general- office
work. Must have some business
experience, be accurate and have, at
least, a high school education. Good
salary to competent person. Apply
Herald office. 20-tf.
WANTED May 1, a house or house
keeping rooms. Call 605 Main or
phone 208W. 19-24
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
See for yourself!
Look at your own tio and
collar this morning as carefully
a9 you look at the other fellow's.
Good dressing does moke a
difference in business, doesn't
it?Thatmeansournewtiesandj
0
' UULiLuAMiS
See what a difference they
moke I And what about hand
kerchiefs and hosiery? What
ever you need, if, it's in style, (
we have it.
N. B. DREW
MEN'S TOGS
A,
I J
r M"r
t
Drug hefs No; 44
We will donate our first daj '3 profits to our cus
tomers in amounts of five cents (o ten dollars to each
customer. We are doing this simply to get you to
visit our store and inspect our merchandise and our
methods. This is straight business with no catch or
fake in the plan. We want to knov you, that's all.
Watch for our opening announcenu nt.
Square Deal Drug Store
Safety Service Satisfaction
. .H..H....-t..--t-t-H..H-4....f..t.4
"If wo des're to keep tho sport
"nro, rambling must bo eradicated
The Chicago club Is to do all It no
stbly can to stop It. President WII
llnm Voeck always has taken Moes to
keep It out of. tho bell park In Chica
go, and I am going to attempt to
keep tho men in the pool rooms from
1 The Slate University
' Agricultural College
nnd the State Normal
lmvo for many years spoilt lcis money
per studont per year In training O.'o
gon bojs and glrl3 than Is spoilt at
any other stato Institution. The pres
ent cost nt tho Stntn Ihilvcvelty Is
$203 a year; at tho College. U U
$ 180. Hut oven buforo the war,
whim money would buy twice as
much ns It buys now, tho ueja;jQ
csst at all other ita'u InsMtutloir
was $325 u year. In ndd'licm
Their Building Investment
is also very low
At tho Stato Unlvoisity It Is at pres
ont ?322 per student; nt the Oollego,
$300. Uut in stato Institutions vlse
whoro, statistics show tho aurag to
ho $995. Theso nro convincing proofs
of economical administration.-!, but
tho threo Institutions can no longer
iglvo satisfactory training to tho vast
numbers of Oregon boys and g'ls
(fi400 In fulltlmo crurs03 alone),
unless thoy receive inoro support.
On May SI the Higher Kilticational
lollef measure will appear on tlio
ballot. Von nro iiigctl to pees. ie
tho quality of higher education by
vntliiK for It.
url'ierly 1!0 feet of the Central
School 'poperty, lying between Lot .
3 of JJlockin, original town tf Klam-'
ath Kullc, .V hols Additien: Tenth
I'rV- '!o Street, and tho southerly ... .. .,.,,,. i c-ihlnoUGrand Piano"
FOR SALE Paying business, Al
corner. Must sell owing to other
I'oljiPrs. Pee 100S Main St. 20-21
WANTED Milker wants position on
ranch. Inquire Eagle Peel Hall,
538 Main St. 19-21
WANTED Poisoned grain sacks.
Return your empty poisoned grain
sacks to the Farm Bureau office.
Will pay five cents apiece for small
sizes and ten cents apiece for large
sizes, branded sacks.
Klamath County Farm Bureau.
19-22
WOMAN WANTED To do general
housework 603 Jefferson St.
17-22
1 willow baby buggy, 1 sewing ma-! BUG BODIES BUILT 1023 Main.
rlitnrt 1 I .Tf tin f!rm iilintwitrrn tli with
records. 9.-.1 Rose St. 19-24 ' WANTED A
FOR SALE One
One 1917 Bulck
' first-class condition,
age. Phono 130.
Paid ntlvortlsamont Inserted by Colin
Dyment in bohnlf of tho Joint
Alumni Relief Committee for Higher
IMucnttnn In Oregon, CI 4 Pittock
Block, Poitlnnd.
120 feet of the sa'd school pro pari ,
i. us i nro z, pi uiock -i , ; i.ots, 1.
I and I, of Block 4 0; Lots 5. G, 7
u.d S. Flock 4.4. Ni.-h.la Add tiou
rsii&I ton of KKi.a.itii F.illt,
liegon.
Ard tnitt sa il property above le
.ci.btd bd, and hereby is dejhired l
.o h.diiMil for the o.peiii.u of san
iiiMMXeaidit;
AND BE I P FURTHER RMSOLV
3D, thnt Monday, tho 10th da.
May. l'Jiu, at tlio hour of S o'clocj
j in , ul tho Council chambers b
i'O - :tv Hall at Khi'iiath 1 alls. D:e
?iii bo fi.vod us thu timo and place
'tr the I car'ng of ob 'onions uiul
'omoiibt ranees iirralnst tho said pro
lOEcd iii'pnnomoiii; and (ho Pullc
Judgo bo, and l.erobj is due ivd ti
nuso notice of said hearing to b
'iiibllslied as by dinner prav di.d.
jtato or Oregon, County of Klamath
City of Klamath Falls. r,s:
I, A. L. Ljaitt. Police Jiulto oi
'.ho City of Klamath Falls, do heioby
ui-uiy nun ino nires-ins is a muj FoR SALI-The Herald will
.milieu copy oi a: resolution ajopted your mpoxiige In the hands nf over
. . ..... -v
furnished apartment
or house, by a couple. Address
1918 Buick sIx..G- Schneider, P. O. Box 392.
six, guaranteed
17.f WN'TED Position
j.u-year-oia gin.
20-21
oral housework.
by woman with
Cook and gen-
Ans. Klamath
Rooming House, room 227. 20-21
Useil curs for cale one 191S I
Chevrolet, first-clns running enndi-i
tlon. Prices are right. Central "nr- lT. , .'
,,,,, 1G.tr 'IF YOU WANT TO BUY OR SELL
, I an thing, see Max Weiss. He 'will
13-tf.
I FOR
ley
3-tf .
S.U.E-straw
-C.ood wheat and liar-ls5V0 'ou money
JU.Oll per .'on.
Phono 29CJ
FOR SALF Tents. O. D. blankets,
comfotters and all kinds of bed
ding. Canvass and ln3thcr belting,
pipe, boilers and all kinds of second
hand machinery. Max WoIsh, Sixth
St., near Ewauna Box company.
13-tf.
WANTED TO BUY A small 'house
with large lot, close In. Give lo
cation, price and terms In first let
ter. Box 99, Herald office. 31tf
I
WANTED Rags, old newspapers
and magazines, brass, all kinds of
l od metal and salvage material.
H'ghest prices paid. Max Weiss,
! Sixth St., near Ewauna Box factory.
nlneol 13-tf.
riight for only
YVANTFD-
pound.
-Clean cotton rags. Be per
Central Garage. 30-tf
I.
.j .... . . iuiuu.i iuuui.il mi imi jii i y, onn readers every
a of April, 1920, declaring its iii-rjo cents a lino
tcntion to improvo Pnu Siroi t trom '.
Mglth Street easterly to Elewnth I FOR SALE 4 omddlo horses, good ' WANTED TO BUY A small house
direct, including intorxectlunti not I nftcr stock, cheap; C work-horses,1 In Reed location, with largo lot
paved, and approving tne plaii3, spe-' rpadv for snrinir nlowlnc. Phono 'Price must be reasonable, with
citications and estimates of cost sub- 29C-J
mltted by tho City Engineer. '
A. L. LB.WITT,
Aprl3-23 I'nllco Judge.
o
IUROA1XS IX USED CARS
1 C-paBsongor Dodge car, Al con
dition, 4 cord tires, 3 extra tires and
tubes; prlco $S50.
Ono Reo, 5-passengor, good condi
tion, $400.
Two Studobakors, $S50 nnd $3S0.
Ono Ford delivery truck, nil over
hauled nnd In good condition, $.".U0.
t L. .MeWILLIAMS,
30 Mnin St., Phone 109
20-20
1 terms,
flee.
Address R. C. S.
Herald of-
tf
FOR SALE 1
gon, 1 3V4
Phono 29G-J.
3 V: Studebakor wa-
narrow-tired wagon. .
Storage Battorles Charged..!!. Shldler
Mecca Taxi Co.
If you are not in a hurry,
and need a Taxi, Call 153
HUNGRY & LAZY
Props.
DO NOT FAIL to soo, ns well ns hear
Dr. W. C. Adams, of Portland, a
ncitod oral, specialist, next Friday
night, April 23, at tho Houston Opera
House?. Dr. Adams will spoak on tho
various diseases of tho mouth, ulcer
ated tooth, pyorrhea nnd tholr rela
tions to tho general health. Dr.
Adams will havo X-Rny slides so you
can seo as well ns hoar nnd bettor
understand. This will bo freo to tho
public nnd should ho ntteudod by
ovoryono Interested In buttor health.
19-23
FOR SALE Ono Shire stallion, six
years old. Several head of young
work horses. Inqulro of Eutorprlso
Ranch, or phono 253J. 12-tf
FOR SALE A douhlo drnwor Na
tional Cash legister. Just like new.
Rex Cafo. 12-tf
Storage Batteries , H. Shldler
WANTED A message from you to
tho readers of Thp Herald, If you
hpvo anvthing for sale, for rent, lost
or found.
Serves you right Club Cafe 6-tf
LOST AND FOUND
FOR RENT OR LEASE
LOST A golden opportunity to sell
your home, your farm or anything
you wish to dispose of, If you do not
use the classified columns of The
Herald.
TIN SMITH AND SHEET
IRON WORKER
Sheet Metal Work of All
Kinds. Sky Lights, Cornices,
Chimney Tops, Etc.
L. M. HAINES
1023 Main
FOR RENT Bedroom for man nnd
wife or lady; uso of bath and tele
phone, 317 N. 9th St. 19-21
FOR RENT Space In theso columns
at five cents a lino u day. A line
hev Is read by thousands every
night.
FARM FOR RENT OR SALE Near
Klamath Falls under ditch. Ad
dross R Herald offico. 12-tf
FOR SALE: Second hand United
Motor truck of 4 tons fully equip
ped for hauling, excellent condition
for only $'27G0.00 F O, B. Portland,
Oregon. For particulars, wrlto Thoin
ns Randies, 2G-North ICth St., Port
land, Oregon. tf
FOUND A chance to dispose of any
of tho Innumerable articles that
1 you have stored away In your collar,
attic or barn. Turn your wasto Into
cash. There Is always someono who
wants just what you have for sale".
Find him through the classified
columns of this paper.
MISCELLANEOUS
BUG BODIES BUILT 1023 Main.
STRAYED From my place about
1 month ago, 1 hay mare, branded
lazy R on left thigh. 1 brown pony,
unknown brand, roached mano.
Notify L. Schmidt, Sister's ranch,
Rt. 1. 20-22
SELL NURSERY STOCK POU US
Good territory open. Terms at
tractlvoi Wrlto for contract and in
formation immediately,
SALEM NURSERY COMPANY,
1030 Chomokota St., Salem, Ore.
16-30t
SEED
ORDFR NO"W MurPhey's Feed & Seed Store
126 South Sixth St.
Phone 87