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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
FIUDAY, APRIL JH, 10M .
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NYAL'8 LIVER PILLS
tono tlio llvor, correct
ness, indigestion and
ticadncliOH and 'oxer
rlsus mi excellent bene
fit on tho blond.
N Y A L'S NBIIV K
TONIC Just a Hlmple,
but reasonable rextorer
of norvo forco, If you
aro tlrod, weak, run
down, fidgety, flighty,
easy to upset, hero's
ADVANCE MAN FOR
'ELKS' CARNIVAL HERE
FOR SALE Real Estate
up the youngsters
NYAL'fi EMULSION OK COI) LIVER
OIL n h a fattener, tissue restorer,
body builder mid HtruiiKtliunur. Good
for puny, run-down children. Very
tasty In this clover form.
up weak old age
NVAL'H COI) LIVER EXTRACT
f'ORDIAL Ih k hlKh grade reconstruc
tive tcnlr. Kino for weak old ago,
puny youngsters, Invalids and con
valescents. Excellent to build up
after any Illness.
UNDERWOOD'B IIEBF IKON
AND WINK, supplies Iron In
tbo bout form and In tbo inoHt
logical way, and besides It ban,
the strengthening valtio of befr
and the beef and Iron togti(liVH
makes this u world famous
preparation for many year to
MHNT to aid .lb the
removal'' of csa,
pimples and, blemishes.
Take a Reed tonic on
the Inside, "use Jtthls
ointment on the 'out
aide and your face and
nkln will be clean and
clear und free from
tlonK. An Ideal prep
aration ujbne, doubly
valuable In connection
with our touio-oiilood
I purifier ,
with sulphur and
In tbo old fashioned war we
.cup. supply the highest grade
.aubilinatlicr'Mriiihur as used
'-with molaifiSs'i or the new
modern way by taxing hul-,
PIIUR and CREAM OF TAR-"
TAU LOZENGES, which can
bo taken plain or crushed up
and mixed with, molasses f
you wish. In the lozenge
farm they are handy and
easy to take; each dose is'
equal and Is the same a old
time favorite- rind' Vital' com-'
position for purifying the
blood It has always been
Old and young should take a
course of SULPHUR and
CREAM OK TARTAR LOZj
KNOBS this Spring..
POU.ND. . 8YR.OP,"
tone up the system
generally, with bene-.-ficlal
effect ' on tho
nerves, reconstruct the
system and restore tls
Hues and wasted flesh.
Uenefits all Internal
organisms, but proves
Its best value as a' gen
eral builder and recon
structive. All ages ran
take it and it will do
them all good.
. '.;. - jTONE , ,- '.
by the modern '"Iron-Nux" process
IRON AND' NliX. TABLETS with the double value of
Iron as a blood purifier, builder and strengthener and
nux as an appetite creating tonic and with benefit to
thu'iiierves.S.trvngth, forcefulnesH, vitality, energy,
ability nnd rteslrtCKVOd. healthgodd looks; plenty of
ilctlvlty ur-4b remits from using this-remedy. ' .'
-j. . .
jtalph P. Losey, advance agent for
llio Foley & Ilurk xh'ows, Which ap
pear hero as tho big, attraction of the
Elks annunl sprint carnival, .Hay 17
ii 19 nlnA,1 Ih iiaa tnul nlnlit i n f
..,..,,., ... ... u ... "' to TJIADB1 new 5-passcngcr Mat-
pave tho way for tho coming- ot tUn ,ollm automobile to trade for light
carnival. truck. Hce F. M. Garten. 27
Thlrty-llvo locanmorchnntir slgpu.1.
up today to take part in the big mer-.rM" nAi.h itM-it. frontage on
chants imrnde vAtileh-will open tile
week of merriment'. The Foley &
Ilurk shows are considered tho .'fore
most carnival attractions in tho west,
npd have an enviable reputation for
worth nnd cleanliness, No question
able attractions aro permitted aril
tho rough stuff that sometimes at
tends such entertainments. Is abso
lutely tabooed. '
FOR BAKE 104-ft.
Klamath Ave., across from Ford
garage building. Act quick arid call
or see. W, E. Perkins, City Milk
Depot, phone 29GJ. 21-tf
FOR SALE Oliver-typewriter, used
only three months. Inqulro'lit
C32 Oak street evenings or phono
36C during the day. 29-tf,
-tfiru DAL.C a uouuio arawor N-
J tlonal Cash register. Just like new.
I .lex vuio. 12-11
JUBT A FEW ACRES of potato land
left, $150.00 per acre. Have sold
72 acres at this price. Cholco bide,
lots, jour price, your terms. Why
rent. Phono 1, 1303 Main St,
W. M. MO.NTKUUB. 19-tf
FOR 8ALE CO tons rye hay, $15.00
per ion. iiageistein Kanch, Ala
goma, Ore.' 29-3
OtiierseuHonable tonics arc found In our store Anything'
and everything in vory possible form those well known,
those not so well known. Make your own choice, but buy
it here, becuusu whatever It is, If It 'h a tonic we ho.ve It.
1 3 S
(jndcr woods Phar mar Y
a. m iwb - w r'jii mtr M' - ara tt-t m m
WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE
BUY THRIR DRUGS
I AT'THE THEATERS I
The famous morality play ''EveVl'
woman," has been jnado Into -a mo
tion picture. and will be shown at the
Star Theatre tenight: The., story is
declared to have boon flirted on an
extremely lavish scale and'to abound
in beautiful settlnga, lovely woiscri
attired .1n'"iand8omo gowns,, anil
spectacular effeetfl. Against this er
tra'vagant " .bacVgifbund Walter
H rowno's'. celebrated allegory 6f life
and its'feniitations Is'acted'by anex-
irauraioKryuHii ui vimycra.-,i uojryie
ofEverybman is ,p)aycd" 11 Vieiet
Hamlng,5beautilUlt actress 'ivell
known ori:'h'star''and the screen.
ibnle Bjlff,"ha8tho-,;part of Jove,-
nonaa iiawiey is neauiy, ana t-Jir.
dbro Roberta is JiVealth. Others' in
th'6. company" "include" " MaVg'aret
IiomtiV Mildred Iteafdon, Bebe .Dan.
lils, inrlnfev"C'uniralngs,- Raymond
attbn', "Noah' "ITeery, Charles Ogje
fLUi Tutlr Marshall, The picture was
directed by?eorge H Melfprd -and is
released as ' ii Paramount-Artcraft
photop'laS'". - ,
FOR SALE If you are looking for a
nice modern, up-to-date 5 or 6
room home, brand new, see John E.
Dreher,.-1134 Grant St. 19-tf
Lots of Lota
Lots on paved streets from 1G0.00
Unimproved from $100.00 up.
Terms if desired, 10 per Cent cash,
balance 36 payments.
1 12x16 house, big lot,$350.00.
1 4-room house, big, lot, $1,500.
1 G-room house, iilg lot, $1,300.
' 1 6-room hSuseT two big lota,
W. M. MOXTELIVS,
Phone 1 1303 Main Street.
FOR SALE :studebaker Six, 7-paa-senger,
Just ordrhauled, rebored,
and new pistons and rings, new ring
gear and uinion, ne,w starter, new
generator, new top and paint last
fall, 5 Federal cord tires, one brand
new. Price $1150.00; some terms.
See Newt, at the Mecca, or phone
FOR RENT OR LEASE
NOW'is the time t a Invest ln:tb Vul--can
Oil & Gas Co., of Medford,
Ore. Remember this, every dollar
you, in vest must be returned to you
before the organizers van get one red
wceAtt-ot their money back. Stock
12tyc per share, minimum blocks -of
100 shares, fully paid. "non-assessa
VANCOUVER IJUILDISG "'
VANCOUVER, B. C Aprlf ?0: flTe years and treat any. real estate
MOUNT LAKI NKWH
took up the afternoon after "which ' hood took placo the other day whoa;
Tbo Improvement society meeting
Friday evening was well attended, as
usual. An Instructive talk was given
by Professor Wolls of fho county
high school on the mlllage tax.
An enjoyablo time, was had at tho
party giyon at Mrs. Henry Morrison's
Saturday afternoon when tho Junior
boys' class of tho Sunday school en
tertained tho girls' class, (lames
light .refreshment were serve'd 'by
the boys and their teacher, Mlss'Myr
tlo Duller. Those present were Ber
nico and Lucille Dawson, Lots and
Joyco Slogtord, Wilma Uurke, Avis
Barnes, Alice Hill, Dale West, Melvln
L. A. West, a well known farmer,
eold his ranch to Mr. Brown,who
has -jtist come here from .Oklahoma
He Is a brother-in-law, of thoLatta
brothers. Mr. West will not gly$
possession until December 1. He Is
Qreeley, Clarenco Ralph Hill, Herald j not sure wher ho will buy asye.
nnd Glen Dllllnger, Charles Mack and
Miss Myrtle Uutlor.
' Tho lurgest real estate transaction
that has taken place in this neighbor-
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Harry T. Morey in
"THE GAMBLERS" ,
pWhen millionaires fight they fight in the dark. This
f picture turns a light on night scenes
.behind bank doors
jf Also Fourteenth Episode of "Trail of the Octopus" '
' ' ' s' -Only One More
J, , "WH;iS MONSIUR X?
BobbV Vernon. in one of his pleasing comedies
Verno McClellan left Sunday mprn
ing for Eugene where be is attending
the university. '
L. A. West and H. J. Lester aojd
their ewes to Guy Merrill and- (Jollv
ered them Wednesday.
Llskey brothors stopped at East
woods Sunday night with 'a bunch of
beef cattle belonging to Pope & Lls
keys, on their wny to Midland to ship.
Mr. and Mrs. John Koontz, Mr.
Greeley and Molvin Greeley made a
trip to Malln Sunday. They called
on Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hnnnoii while
Tho Ladles' Aid met at the church
Wednesday to tack quilts. Thoso
present woro Mrs. John Koontz, W.
Clioyno, Doarongor, Charles Mack,
Henry Morrison, Frank Stewart, A.
Kulor and Charles Lattn.
Mrs. Lotha Zlmmors Is visiting at
her aunt's, Mrs. J. S. McClellan.
Building projects during 1920 lor
Vancouver will amount tOi$12,000,
SooJ rClty -Building Inspector'Jblrd
estimated recently. The total rvalue
of.new projects s'tarted duflhglSlJ
was .$2,271,361. r
WANTED-To di8poa.rof3BJ) jncre a
best land in Klamath county, fire
miles from, town, railroad 'straight
thrqngh ;lt. depot in 200 feet, power
HnoaJbngne. side, -water'. eh dofeh
df Jwpeiist to noat Noah's ark and
maafe mudKif 250 acres. . Will gree
to pick and market free' of chance
all oranges produced on the land for
FOR 11ENT Light housekeeping
rooms; will exchange for soma
housework? each-Hay. 741 Walnut
Ave. .. 29-30
.TO RENT For 'your spring house
cleaning Thor' Vacuum Cleaner.
Delivered and called for any place,
one dollar a day. Call 49, Klamath
Electric Co. 28-20
FARM FOB RENT OR 'SALE Nter
Klamath- Fall under ditch'. Ad
dress R. Herald office. 12-tf
FOR SALE: Second batd Crilted
Motor track of 4 tona fully equip-,
ped' frir hauling, .'excellent conditio
for only7SO.O0 . O. B. Portland.
Oregon, F.or particulars, write Thorn-'
as Handles,' 26-Nofth 15tH St., Port
land, Oregon'.' 1'- , ... U .
FOR.RENT Bpace'l.nrtbese colunraa
at five cents a' llnea day. AIina
bsii.la read br-theuaandfl svarr
njgbt fi . .'. ,.,, ' ..
;fakliwho claims a commission toa
punch., Come and 'get- It and 'brtag
vau'r 7nrkAthhAlr nlnriff inr.t tn'.nBlra-
changit:' Call at 517. Pine, or J08. 9th
Sts. i r . '9-tf
i ( - t A,
crrstlnfc or rldga, rtill. nmk4 grjrtt hpcSt
make all the regalarKtyles and, slies."
AT 102S HAIN ,
L. N. HAINES
DO YOU NEED a belt? We.havq a
' -belt tor'erery drive.. Let ,us'vha"ve,
your-hardest drove and we will gdSr
antee to. prescribe correctly.' VVe'.wlll
make any' special' belt required If
you'Ctell'taa'the purpose foriWhlch-dt
is neeoea. ie raaKe a specialty oi
renalrlng leather belts. We are' rep
resenting Gratton &' Knight's splon-,
did line of leather. Established in'
1851 and always maintained Its. high)
Klamatli Rubber & Lcathr Co., .
1126 Main St., Klamath FalsOro
I wish to announce that I have
opened an office to do a general Real
Estate business and am located at
620 Main St., one door eaBt of the
Liberty Theatre, and Would be pleas
ed to show you farm, land and city
property. " T. B. Watters. 26-tf.
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
L'.KXE-MotaV.hnnlr.'-mio nf live.
best pleasure laun'ehesbii'the laker
Am buying larger boat "and. offer this
for1 quick sale at $150., Jas. M..Wat
kins, Jr.,- phene 30R. ' 29-30
FOR SALE Piano In line condition.
Cash or terms. Winters Jewelry
BICYCLE FOR SALE Vera Ben
v'h'ettri38 Vine street, Mils add. .
FORSALE: 75 cots and liftds', quilts,
blunkets, pillows and cases. Per
kins Furniture house. -
FOR SALE .Good wheat and bar
ley straw ,$6.00 per ton.
2-tf Phone 29 6 J
FOR SALE: Good team ot driving
or work horses, harness and1 back,
$150. This week they will be at the
old Turner saw mill; after this week
they will be at Merrill. W. A. Tur
The annual meeting of the Klam
ath Cattle and Horse association has
been postponed to meet at Bonanza,
Ore, Saturday morning, May 8th, at
in on rt"ftipir .
28-tf W. C. Van 'EmW Secretary.
MILLER'S AUTO DAUNDRY
Cars washed, greased and engines
cleaned. Phone 25,W, Dunham's
Klamath-Bend Auto Stage
A dally nuto stngd Bervlco is now
oporating between Klamath Falls
and Bend. Offlces Rex cafe and Met
ropolitan Hotel. C. I. Reckard.
PIANO FOR SALE -In. fine condi
tion; also one row boat; 50-gal.
galvanized Iron gasoline tank: In
quire' Mrs. J.- H. Hamilton, 9th and
SPECIAL PRICES on cots and pads
owing to freight delay, bad to dupli
cate and have come by .express, con
sequently am overstocked. Perkins
Furniture house. "
KAKIjY SPRING HATS '
JUNEAU, Alaska, Apr. 10, (By
Mnll). Hero in Juneau, tho capital
ot far northern Alaska, milliners ad
vertised their spring hnts as early
ns Fobruary.. Tho advertisements'
caused now arrivals to loso t'hoir
bolief that wool caps ant fur coats
only are in stylo in Alaska in tho
The Ladles of Sacred Heart church
will hold a silver tea, at Johnston's
Furnituro Btoro Saturday, starting at
noon, All. are cordially Invited.
. " ' 29
Thoro will be a 'special communi
cation of' Klamath Lodge No. 77 A.
F. & A. M, "Friday evening, April 30;
1920, nt 8 o'clock p,'in., Work in M.
M, Gogreo, Visitors wolcomo.i,
29-30 Goo. Qhastaln, t,(M.
St. Pauls Episcopal Guild will hold,
ii cuokuu iooa anu nprun.saia ana al
so sorvo tea in tho Library hall Sat
urday afternoon ' at 1:00 o'clock.
FOR SALE1 Ovne Shire stallion, six
years old. Several head of young
'work horses. Inquire' ot Enterprise
Ranch, or phone .253J. 12-tf
FOR SAL& Complete hydraulic
well' boring machine with engine.
Price reasonable. Addres3 Lola
Otey, Dorrls, Cal. ,27-3
WANTED Clean rags, any kind,. 9c',
lb., Mal)oi7Caige, X37tWflIow
ATef Tc !' '-' '29-ft-(
WANTED .W-omajn.. for genera'
housework od 'ranch, "short hdurs,1
light "work. ' Shanahan Ranch, Bly,
Oregon. --. - :vtip . ,
'Wanted Three chamber maids at
' the WhIte..Pelicah 'hotel. 28-U
xx '' " ""
EXPERIENCED GIRL wants house-
and .treatment expected
.. -.- i'-. ; r:-.Ti.-f . . -.. -.- ... j.
h, Herald omcergtvingTinrpartictt-'
, A rfitfnhM- Mtuhlb vnnnv
wants. employment'la. bfflce bristore.
For further jlnformatibn and .recom
mendatl6n,i$;all ,C. .F".; Trimble;' '91T
Pine St.,'p)one 475 or' 374. 27-U.
IF YOU WANT .TOVbUY OR SEW
anything,? see Max. Weiss. He will
save you' money. ' 13-tI.
WANTEDi-'Rag8',, olil newspapers
and magazines j brass, all kinds ot
old metal 'and , salvage material,.
Highest prices ""paid. Max" Weiss',
Sixth St., near'Ewadna Box factory.
-V. f 13-tf,
Storage Batteries ., II. Sh Idler
WANTED A 'message from you -to
the readers .of The Herald, if you
have anything for sale", for rent, lost
or found. . ..
Electric Wiring: H. Shldl
HAIR WORK of all kinds done;
Switches and hair pieces teld:
combings made to order. Phoha
247W, ... 28-SO
IF IT 18 a trade you want, phone 41.
PUT IN A COT and make that spare
room pay. Complete outfit "for
$25. Perkins Furniture house. '
Printing, Stationery and office
supplies. Pioneer Printing and Sta
tionery company. 126 Main St. 9-tf
FOR SALE: Tents, O. ,D. blankets,
comforters and. nil kinds' pf bed
ding. Canvass and. leather belting,
pipe, bollors nnd nil kinds of second
hand machinery. Ma Wpiss, Sixth
St., near Ewauna, "Dpi. .company. '
FOR SALE The. Herald will placo
your message in the hands of, over
9,000 readers every night for only
tlvo conta a line. ., i
HOUSE MOVING and roofing; 15
years experience; prices right:
work flrst-class. True & Failing,
Phone 22W; residence .1221 Pleas
ant Ave. 16-lmo
PHONE PEYTON for wood. 187
Electric Appliances H. Shidlor,4
CITY GARBAGE When you
garbage innovHd call b2J.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Yesterday! bill book contain
ing $26 and ot&er' papers. Liberal
reward paid; !.. Return to Branden
burg's Dry Goods' SJoro. 29-1
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FOR SALE 4 snddlo horses,, goodi
nfter stnelr. rlinnn? ft -urnrlr.tinrfiPR I
ready for spring plowing;. Phono ' LOSTtrrAi goldem; 'oiiiiortunltxi.tb seji
V. ST"" frTTT
FOR SALE 1 3 Studebaker wa.
gon, 1 34 narrowrtlrod wagen:
Phone 296-J. .,
Storage Batteries Charged.:!!) Shidler
IF YOU use it In tho honio try Pbr
kins before yoii so'n'd' nwny.r -Ho
probably has it or knows whore you'
can get It 'locally. 'fc
in , .,'-
your- home, your farm or an'ythinir
you wish to. dispose of. if you do nbt
usoVthe classified "columns' of Tho
Herald; . "., ,
FOUND A cbancu toidispose of any
ot the Innumerable articles that
yoti have stored "away In your collar,
attic or barn .Turn your waste Into
cash, Thore Isaljvays someone who
wants Just what you have for sale.
Find him through the classified
columns of this ppor.
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L a L I' ''B
Murphey's Feed & Seed Store
JL26 Smitk Sixth St
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