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THE EVENING HEIUlJ) faAMATH ALLS, OREGON
FRIDAY, MAY M, 1MM
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NEVER CLOSED - This Means Service
SERVICE MEANS YOUR BUSINESS
LsasaaaV HB?' "vh
I HANK II. IICIItlNHIl.V
lliiclielur o( I'll ii nil nee IUoi..ir of
Science Twenty yeur exp- r iim
in I'Cfcrnliinul 1'u.iriK.icy
YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS WILL BE PERFECTLY SAFE IN
THE HANDS OF MEN LIKE THESE
KNOWLEDGE IS POWER
Warren Hunt Hospital Pharmacy
FRANK B. ROBINCON
Fourth and Pine
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Oh, woman In our hour of mm",
1'ncrrlnln, co und hard to pit-are;
Yrt win too ult, familiar with her
Wc flrt endure, then pity, then
(With npullglc to tieoit and Tope.)
Some tjmn ago, a hTibo wa In need
of u pair of trousers end starled otf
on a hunt for them. Ho went from
tldor to duor with no ucce till h
finally rime to n doctor' l.oui A
lady (ipeneil the door and tut' bo
took ult hi lid nntl r.Vd "En-usa
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Copyrlcht 10 Hart Sclalincr & Marx
: :' It's a sure thing at Sugarman's. You
: : can't make a mistake. If you don't get
' ! a n-nnri vnliifl fnr'vour money when you
u.. TJ..4- Cl.nffnni- Xt MtlVY Rlllt VOL1
;; ouy ti nonoti""
; ; get your money back. ,
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44 1 t"tTT-rrwrr-r-r'-' - I m
For Your Chickens
me lldy, would yer be kind mourn
lo t.sk the doctor If he bat an old
pair of tunic he would give away."
"Sir," nnawtred the lady, "I'm I he
A man wulkt-n Into a grocery More
In Frlaco the other day and aked
now much the grocer would pay him
for 31 aark of pud. He wax told a
dollar a ark. I .one Star, on hear
ing the conversation on Id to the
man: "It you had thoe (pud In
lOamath Full you could get $7.00 a
s'iek for them," The Hick looked at
line Star and ald: "Ve I U
(oil) I cuiild and If I had n bucket of
W'tir n II II could gel ten cent
a film for It too." Kilt l.one Star.
The Union Store for ths Working Man
READY WITH SUITS FROM
The new models in coats are longer,
more slender, broad-shouldered, high
chested, with square notched lapels,
double breasted types; slender, snug
shouldered single-breasted types. In
all these a great simplicity of design is
the ruling note. New colors and weaves.
Young men's lively styles.
NHW TlllXtJS IN' SlIIIITM You ought to aeo
them. They're ntylo and Reed vnluos
Kl'ltlNfJ NECKWEAR Tho now coloring cer
tainly show wo have thuin all hero.
"I AIN'T MAD AT NOBODY"
K asm -faffffaffffafffVaVJ
I.. J. MILLS r
Honor (ircilucrti of the Philadelphia
College of I'j.irma y. uml cue of tin:
ery few mon in the V 8 holding tlm
ili tt. 'J U? tor of Phurmuiy
An ofJcer wa drilling a hunch of
new recruit ume little time gind
obi- of the rieielie i for the men
to tuy flat on their back andlrauie
their legi In the name faBlonyMf
they were riding a bicycle. Morphy,
one of th "rookie." wtp peddllQg
cway like u good fellow when all of
a audden he Mopped. "Hey there
Murphy" roared the officer, "What
do you think you're doing, you're in
thin how tro," "Via orr" replied
tho on of Ireland "I'm routing,
"So our hoy became a doctor af
ter he left college. Where Is ho
"Living In tho countrj."
STORE CLOSED MONDAY
CHICS FEED, GROWING MASH, ' "
BONE FATTENING MASH, ALFALFA MEAL,
WHOLE AND CRACKED CORN
BLY WILL HAVE WILD
WEST SHOW THE 4TH
"A res w d tv
Tvcit show In ii real
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wild west country,
UK UIU U'f gVW
lure of n Kourth of July celebration
program. In the aim announced by
tliu residents of tho Illy section.
A llodeo association liai been
formed and Ii planning to put on tho
' blrgwt show In Routhern Oregon, Its
lliftl In v lifiradH ntttl u'ltd mnn
""""'B """"n 11 ... pv
steer a ro being arranged for In
drove and omo of tho best broncho-
I ...f.... I.I...I 1 IL. .t ...III l.
mmiuiK imuiii in tliu nroi mill uu ii
' hand to attempt to subdue tho vlcl-
IIRIBTOL. Rhode Ii.lnr.il. May 28. J
- Two ntrlko ympnlhlzvrs woro
wounded by plntol hot and thrca
factory gunrds Injured today by
atone during n riot t tho plant of
tliu N'nttonul Industrie company
where n ntrlko Ir In progress.
I sues no. Ho wrot" last week
t ut ho hat! cured Rome him' and
"So tho Dcctor told you to go to ti
warmer Climate. Whnt vj the na
ture of tho trouble you conulted
"I went there to collect a bill."
(He probably meant Florida.)
A Rtory I going the round Juit
now and wo might n well pa It on
to you o here gee:
Seversl year ago, long before any
one vrr heard the name Voftcad,
our old friend Al. l.eavltt wa mak
ing a tour of the Kaat. What the
worthy gentleman wa doing In the
Kat tho Lord only know. Anyway
he wa there according to the atory.
At that time the hotel were crowd
ed and the Judge had to share a bed
with an Irlihmnn. Ilcfore going to
bed however quite a frlendtblp bad
aprung up between the two, and be
fore long thoy were both iharlng the
tamo bottle of whiskey a well as the
After the worthy judge was In the
land of dreams, the Irishman neak
ed out of bed and dranW up the whis
key. A little later the Judge sneaked
out of bed also and began feeling
round In tho dark.
This woke the Irishman up and be
enquired "What arr ye looking for,
"Aw nuthln " replied the julgt.
"Well ye'll find It over there In toe
bottle" said I'at.
That reminds us of the Rtory we
heard on the train the other day and
we'll pas this one nlong to you also.
An Irishman had been sick a long
time, and while In this state would
occasionally coase breathing, and
life be apparently extinct for some
time, when ho would como to again.
On one of those- occasions when ho
hnd Just nwnkened from sleep, his
friend Mlko asked him "And how'll
we know I'at when yo'ro dead ye ro
niter waking up Ivlry tolme?".
Said Pat "nrlng me a gian oi
whiskey and ny to mo 'hero's till
ye Pat,' and It I don't raise up and
drink then bury me."
If hardly fair however to spring
all tho Jokes on tho Irish, so here's
another one: Ablo and Isaac were
crossing tho oconn not long ngo
when a great storm aroso, and the
ship wa In a precarious condition.
Suddenly tho captain shouted "all
hand to tho lifeboats the sulp'a
Ablo poked Ikle In tho ribs and
unld: "Did you hear what tho cap
tain said, Ikle tho. ship's going
"Veil" replied lklo, "Ve don'd enro
vo don'd own It."
Horn's another onp; Abraham
was in tho clothing "puslncss" nnd
hnd a vory "pulnessllko" son called
Ono dny Slg camo to tho old man
nnd said, "Mlno tear fader, do flro
Insuranco runs out noit Tooaday
vnt vlll vo do?"
"Don'd lot that vorry you son.
tho Flro Dopartmont vlll run out
Cnsoy nnd Rlloy got In nn argu
ment nnd agreed to havo a fight,
Thoy also agreod that tho ono that
wanted to quit should cry "enough."
Casoy got Rlloy down nnd was ham-
morlug him when Riley called out
soveral tlmoa "enough onough." A
bystnndor noticing that Casey paid
no attention to Riley's cries said
"why don't you let him up, don't you
hear him hpUernlg that he's got
enough?" "I do" said Casey "Dut
he's such a damn liar that you can't
ERALO'S CLASSIFIED COLUMNS
FOR SALE Real Estate
FOR 8AI.K OK TIIADK '
Jot 393, 3D anil 395, block 113,
MIIIr Addition. Will trade for equity
In Freno, Calif., Improved or unim
proved. AddreRR J. it. i'latt. 1125
T St., Fresno, Calif. 25-tf
FOR- BALK Lot l-2-r.-7 In block
12 First Addition. Make mo a caili
offer. Addre II. I'lnckert, 7J1
Cheatnut, Long Bench, California.
LOTS A few good lot In Hot Spins
addition. ' A fow loft on Shipping
ton pavement but going fast. Lot
of lot betwemj tho depot and Milt
addition. Price right, term 10 per
cent caih, bal. 36 payment. Phone
W. M. Montcllu. 1303 Main it. 1-tf
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
fie. rale donkey engine, 48 Inch
holler, 3000 ft. line. lx block,
good condition. 350Q. Address
Kaglo I'olnt Construction Co., I'ros
pect, Oregon. 27-2
FOR SALK 2 fresh cow, It mllo
south of Pine Cirovo school house.
Ja, KX Newnham,
FOR SALE or trade one 1917 Ford
bug and one 1915 Chevrolet. 418
N. 11th St. 27-31
JERSEY COW for salo. Phono 2GSR
Tl :XTS TKXTH TENTH
U. S. Government tent. Canvat
leather bolting, one blackimlth out
fit, two ipark arrester, ono com
plete lighting system. Max Wels,
Ctb St., near Ewauna Doz Fnttory.
FOR SALE I. C. 8. eoarso com
plete. Ou Engineering, new; cost
1110. Will sell for less than half,
or will trade. Inquire Pastime Bil
liard Parlor. . 25-28
Model 90 Overland touring car,
used one season. Freshly painted
and as good as new. A real bargain.
Call at Central Garage. 24-29
FOR SALE Holsum bread lie
81-OT CASH IIAKKET OROCKRY
822 Klamath Ave.
? Why Pay More ?
May 14-June 14.
Special Sale .on , groceries and
flour. Spot Cash Basket Grocery.
FOR SALE The Herald will place
your message In the hands of over
9,000 readers every night for only
five cents a line.
GALVANIZED IRON Sky Lights and
Cornices made at 1023 Main street
L. N. Harnes. 19-tf
FOR RENT OR LEASE
FOR RENT Spare In these columns
at five cents a lino a any.. A line
bi Is read by thousands every
K.XPERT FORD and Chevrolet re
pairing. I have a timer that will
put Jazx In your Ford . Chas. Sllva,
230 Main St., at Oxceto Welding
Works, Klamath Fall. 25-28
CITY GARBAGE When you want
garbage removed call 52J.
Prlntlnc. Stationery and offfc
auppllea. Plonoer Printing and Sta
tionery company. i:u Main st. -tr
EXPERT AUTO REPAIRING All
mnkes of cars. I do my own work
nnd gunrantee It. Chas. Sllva. at
Ovceto Welding Works, 230 Main St.
Klamath Falls. 25-28
PHONE PEYTON for wood. .187
LOST AND FOUND
LOST A golden opportunity to sell
your home, your farm or anything
you wish to dispose of, it you do cot
uae the classified columns ot Tb
FOUND A chance to dispose of any
of tho Innumerable articles that
you havo stored away In your collar,
attic or barn. Turn your waste Into
cash. Thoro I always someone who
wants Just what you havo for sale.
Find him through tho classified
columns of this paper.
WANTED Second hand ice box.
Spot Cash Dnskot Grocery, Klam
ath Ave. 27-29
Trucks and teams to haul lumber.
BIQ LAKES BOX CO. 26-28
MAN AND WIFE wishes position on
Irrigated or1 stock ranch. Address
Box J. M Herald office. 25-28
WANTED All kinds of scrap Irou.
old bones, rags, rubber and nil
kinds of metals. Max Weiss, 6th St.,
near Ewauna' Box. Factory. 24-tf
WANTED Man to drive
ranch.' Phone 25S-J.
Murphey Feed &
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only by ability and time devoted to
selling our tree, t'omplcto line all
varieties hacking you. Write for
term. Start Immediately.
8AI.EM NUR8KRY COUPANY,
427 Oregon Uldg.. Salem, OioJi.
WANTED Lumber hauling con
tract, any amount. It. II. Mnhoney,
Whlto Pelican Hotel. 22-28
WANTED A messago from you to
tho render of The Herald, If yo
have anything for salo. for rent, lost
Cnmo to my ranch nfler April
15tli, ono red heifer 2 yeara old,
hrnnded Circle Dar on loft atdo.
Owner may havo name by calling
my place arid paying vxponsc.
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Hours 10 a. ra. to I p. m. Perma
nently located I. O. O.. F. .building,
434 Main St., Klamath Falls. Ore.
FIRi: I'KMTROYK RHKD
AND HAY: LOOK $18
Fire, believed to have been started
by boys smoking cigarettes, destroy
ed a shed and some hay in, the roar
of the city heating plant late yester
day afternooa. The loss was aboat
$150. The property was reported im
Fire Chief Ambrose to kavebeea
owned by a man named Jeasea
whose first name was not learned.
The chief's Investigations revealed
that boys had been smoking la ti
shed and a lighted cigarette drove
In the bay Is supposed, .to have cane-
MlStilONARY .WILL HPKAK
. i ON WORK IN lftlAXM
Rev. Paul Dolts, returned nUtnloa
ary who is In this country froea tlw
Philippine Islands on a furlough
will speak at both morning and
evening services ai the Presbyterlaa
The Rev. Mr. Deltt will tell of tfce)
work of the Presbyterian Institute at
Duemagette. Tho evening service)
will bo a union services of all Prot
estant churches and the missionary's
lecture will be Illustrated with stere
SUMMONS FOR I'Ulll.U'ATIOW
Knulty No. 1IOO
In tho Circuit Court cf tho State of
Oregon, for. tho County of Klamath.
Rlcoy A. Ualrd. plulntltf. vs. Emma
G. Robinson, W. C. Foster and L. If.
In tho name of tho State of Oregen:
To W. C. Foster uml L. M. Lang
' You are hereby required to appear
and answer tho complaint tiled
ni-ninni vnu in the nbovo entitled suit,
on or beforo July 9, 1920. that being
tho last day ot tho time prescribed la
thvs order for publication of this sum
mons. And if you fall so to answer
or appear, for want thereof, the
Plaintiff will apply to tho Court for
tho relief prayed fcr In his complaint
on file herein, to-wlt:
Thnt that certain mortgage ex
ecuted by the defendant, Emma O.
Robinson, on the 31st day of March,
1914. in favor of the plaintiff for
I tho sum of 12,800, payable ono year
alter uate, wun interest ui mo iw
of S per cent, per annum, covering '
tliv following described, real estate r
All of section 36, Township 39 South,
Range 10, East of Willamette Meri
dian, Klamath County, State of Oro
gon, bo foreclosed by decree of this
Court; that tho sum of $170 bo al
lowed as a reasonable attorney's too
In said foreclosure proceeding, to
gether with ccstR ot suit.
Tlmt tho dotendants, W. C. Foster
and L. M. Langley bo barred nnd
foreclosed of overy right, tltlo and
equity of redemption, or othor Inter
est In said mortguged property, savo
the-statutory right ot redemption, in
This summons Is served by publi
cation thereof, In tho Evening HomM,
a dally newspaper, printed, published
and of general circulation in Klam
ath County. Orogtn, by order ot
Honorable D. V. Kuykendall,- Jw.lt a
of the nbovo entitled court, marto
and tiled May.' 27th, 1920, which sM't
order require that this summon? be
published onco a week ,for six con
secutive weeks, beginning on tho 2 Slav
day, ot Mayl-'1920. ' " '
' ,i GEO. ESTE8 aad
W. A. WEI8T,
Attorneys tor riaini(ir.
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