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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
F1UDAY, MAY M, II
Let Us Help You
Select a Truck
It it our desire to encourage more general
uic of motor trucks. If you contemplate
buying a truck it would please us to b-j priv
ileged to confer with you. Ycu inttv hnve o
peculiar hnulngc problem confronting you
and our experience may enable us to be of
We believe n MACK is the kind of truck
you need. MACK trucks arc built in sx
sizes, but if a MACK, under any circum
stances, should not be bc:t adapted to your
service wc will acknowledge it and help you
in making n satisfactory choice.
In thinking about trucks always bear in
mind that the MACK is a thorouchly manu
factured unit, built in a factory where noth
ing else is made. MACKS arc not assem
J. H. Garrett & Son
. MACK - INTERNATIONAL
MOTOR TRUCK CORPORATION
OH-OKi: KKATS MKMOIIIAI,
i.u.iiui, m)- i tiijr aiuii,; i
Home opposition Is developing
against n proiKial to raise a fund of
160,000 with which to buy, rent ore
and maintain the house. In Damp'
steud In which tho oet Keats lived
white ho was writing some of his
greatekt ttnrk Tho dlssentlnit elo'
saent contend" the money might bu
better spent In nld of poets who have
won world-wide fame, but wlm uro
tiow living In deep poverty
Is located on The Eanlanadc,
awav from the noise, sur
rounded by One Of the mOSt
beautiful views in the world.
mi" it i . r..n.. ..:.
This Hospital is fully enuin-
))e(l to handle the mOSt (Hill-
CUlt CaSC3 and has a Staff Of
institution. hiph character
ciency of the
DR. K. I). JOHNSON
Hit, CI, II. MBHRVMAN
1)11. T. C. CAMI'DKLL
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1)11. E. D. LAM II
DR. II. D. LLOYD STEWART
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BEST FOR HCAIBfSHMB
ICHINESE CAN BE
llti.Mil.t i.t', T II.. Mar c t") I this. I would become so badly nau
Mall )--hlneiu merchants of Meno-! (l,atr(i The least little thing I nte
lulu aro (onductlng a strict boycott , wouo ,ollr R1H would form nnd
of Ja nneio goods and dealers, nc-. ,,,,. against my lungs so badly It
cording to W. C. (Seo. prominent wn, ll I could do to get my breath,
Chinese, merchant of the city nndnni would hnvo such Intense
son of (Ion Kin I-'ook. president of cramping pains In my stomach they
the Honolulu CJ.Ineni Merchants' as-, w, mnrly kill mo. I was also
Thu inojort'on of Chlneie stores
'n China, which ii'min'ii from hand-1
l't nil tl'lmm Jnpaneie Is nine out
of ten, according to (loo. who added i
inti i mi pro oru-n .h noi owio to
high In Honolulu bat that "t li grow- i,ody nearly nil tho time. My head
Ing dally. 'ached m bad nearly all tho time I
(loo stated tint Clilneo llrms In.ihnught It would burst wldo open.
Chlnn which do buy and himllu Jap-
" goods In turn nro boycotted
" I"1'1 """ i-f-cedu... i being
d reeled ngn nst such Ch nose firms
0 predicted that In the near lut-
urn thero would be. no Japan?
Whether tho Japanese were retal
iating In kind, Ooo wnH not prepared
to say, but Vouchl Kuruya, .ictlng
consul-general of Japan, said thnt so
far as he knew tho rnlatlon) between
Jnpiineso nnd Chinese merchants In
Honolulu wero cordial,
I 1'ortugueHo Is the language of
moru thnn 30,000,000 people
T1IOMK WKRK THE
GUAM) OM IIAVH
CORVAI.MH, Oro May 28. A
catalogue of the Oregon Agricultural
college for thti year 18R7 wan recent
ly unearthed hero, and tho flrit
thing to Hiiro tho Under In tho fnci
-win a notlcu reading:
"Hoard and room for young ladles,
ft per week,"
11 (i,n. Him. itw.rn u..r. 1 1 r. i ml. I
.ntM of whom nhout one-thlrd were
women. Now there ar moru limn
1000 women In iitloiidanco here.
Tim faculty at that 1 1 inn corwlslcd of
four members, There are now 340
profeKnora and Instructors.
LONDON, April 2fi. (Ily Mall.l
A lump of pure gold weighing Just
over 12 poundN, one of the largest
nugget ever fo'ind, has been tils
roverecl In the Kiln fltnto Mlnen In
lliii northeastern district of tho Ilol
glnn Congo, according to tin; African
World It Is now In the porscaslon
of the London Hrsncli of the llnmiuo'sult, on or before. May 28, 1920, thnt
du Congo llnlgo and will be sold on (being the. last uny or tno time pro
bebnir of (be ItelL-hiti envorninont l-H'd In tho Order for Publlratlnn
,""""r "r ""' """'in unvornmom f ,, Bumnll)nl, An,j f.vou fu B0
.... . . . . to nnswer or appear, for wunt thoro-
When n n Arab woman Intends of tno piulntlft will npp'.y to tho
marking again after tho death of , Court for tho relief prayed for l:i his
her husband, she goes tho night bo-' complaint on fllo heroin, to-wlt:
fnre tbn leremmiv to mv u visit to Thct defendants and each of them
fore tbe ierein.on to pay a visit to , (() r(l(ll,rC(, t0 got foft,, , ,laturo
Ms grnn. There she Kneels, und,of Mt or ,lr cIami rlBlt( cgtnt0 or.
lirnys him not to be offended, not to Interest In tho premises herein des-
I ! lenliiila. An llnwever kbn feels I
Ithat he will bo offended or jealous
I . .. . , ... . .
the widow brings with her n donkey
1 laden with two goats' skins of water,
JThc prn)cr ended, she proceed to
' pour tho water upon ho grave to
I keep the first husband cool, under
the Irritating circumstances about to
Kent lie Woman Sn S Hon Dotrn
Site Coulil ilanlly Crl About
U Well anil StmnK Now
"I have not only gained thirty
pounds In weight, but I am enjoying
so much better health than I hate
In jears 1 feel Just like a new per
ron," on Id Mrs. Kosn Harris, 444
Cfith atrnue. North Seattle, Wash.,
recently. Continuing, she said:
"For tho three years past I suf
fered so much from stomach trouble
and had become so bsdly run down,
that I'liad given up hope of ever
getting any better. My appetite was
Iuunti inrij iiiuuwiiui Mt uiiu muni
of tho time I rouM tiot oven retain
.1 r iwi & MAiiltifnl I ntn ft n rl rlat
badly constipated und hid to take
HOmo ,ot, of laxative almost every
,mv. My kidneys bothered mo a
ttreut ileal und I suffored with imlns
MRS. KARRIS HAS
30 POUND CI
nCross tho small of my back. nnd,lHovernment ,n lnc maximum amount
in rnct, had pains nil through my
and at times I would become so dliiy
I would lnuo to grab hold of some
thing to keep from falling, nnd I
would feel Just llko I was going to
faint nnd black spots would dance
be f oro my etcs. I wns so norvous
tho least llttlo thing would upset
inn and at night I was so rostloss I
could get but llttlo sleep as I would
roll nnd loss from one. sldo of tho
bed to tho other nil night long, and
in the morning I would feel so tired
and exhausted It was ull I could do
to get out or bod. I lost weight so
rapidly I soon becamo so weak that
I coud not do my housework, It bo
Ing nil 1 could do to got about at
"I had seen so much about the
good Tanlne wn doing others and,,
too, as many of my friends hnd
praised It so Highly I docldod to try
it. Well, as I hnd glvon up nil hnpo
of ever finding anything that would
help mo, you cau Imagine my sur
prise, when I hegnn to get bettor as
Bonn ii h I had tnkeu only u fow doses
of Tmilac, My appotlto Improvod
until It wan soon bettor thnn It hnd
over boon, nnd nothing I nto gavo
ma n partlclo of t,rouhlo afterward. I
contluuod taking It until I was soon
rid of nil my troubles. I am novor
bothorcd with pnlns In my stomnch
or back, nnd, In fact, novor hnvo n
pain of any kind. I novor have tho
hondncho or thoso dliiy spells nny
moro and hava regnlhcd my strength
until 1 can do nil my housowork with
cuso, I can truthfully say I bellevo
Tanlac saved my life and I expect to
pralso It as long si I live."
Tanlao Is sold in Klamath rails by
the Btsr Drag Co., la Lorells by the
Jsmet lsre. Co., aid la Merrill by
the BtBra Orsgoa Drag Co. A4t,
SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION
Equity No. 1170
In ttio Circuit Court of the Stato of
Oregon, for Klamath County.
N. If, Rogue, Plaintiff, va Howard
firkin, B. II. Larkln, E. Howard
Larkln, Itolln I.nrkln, Holland Lar
kin, Lowl It. Larkm, Gcrtrudo Alio
man, Edna T. Hyardsleo, lola E.
Larkln. ItalDb I.nrkln. tha unknown
holra of tho ponton abovo named,
and all persons unkiiown haying or
dnl mine to linvn an" rleht. tltln.
l?"l "r '"' ""J&'V"?'
jn tho name of the fitato rf Oro-
To Howard T.arkln, R. II. I.nrkln,
i rC i
K. Howard I.nrkln, Itolln
Holland Lnrkln, Low In It. Larkln,
Oertrudo Allcman. Kdna T. Heard-
Ice, loin K. Larkln, Ilalph Larkln,
tho unknown jolrs of tho pcnoni
ahovo named, and all person un
known hnvlng or claiming to have
any right, title, citato or Interact
adverse to plaintiff In or to tho ical
property described herein, Defend-
You oro hereby rcrjulrcd to apppr
and answer tho Complaint lllc-ri
against you In tho nbovo entitled
CrlllCli: tlinl It 1)0 (IfCInrCU and nil-
I them have no estate claim or inter-,
cll , (ho nrcmgci described as fol-,
Situate In Klamath County, Ore-
gen: Lots Flvo (5) and 8ls (0) of l
Section Eighteen (IS), and Lota Six!
(), Haven (7), Eight (8) nnd Nine
(9) of flection Seven (7). In' Town
ship Korty-ono (41) South, flange
Eleven (11) East, or Willamette Me
ridian, containing One Hundred
Plfty-clght nnd Six Hundredths
And that you be forever enjoined
and debarred from asserting any
claim whatever to said premises, ad
versa to plaintiff, for plaintiffs costs
and disbursements Incurred In this
suit and 'for such other and further
relief as to tho Court may seem
This summons Is serrcd by pub
lication thereof, In the Evening
Herald, s dally newspaper, printed,
published nnd of general circulation
In Klamath County. Oregon, by cider
of the Honorablo D. V. Kuykendall.
Judge of tbe above entitled Court,
made and executed April 13. 1920,
wblch said order requires that tbls
summons be published once a woik.
for six weks. The date of the tlrM
publlcnt'on of this summons fa prll
R. C. GnOESDECK.
, Attorney for Plaintiff,
Address Klamath Falls, Oregon.
NOTICE OK HPKCIAIj EliKOnON
KiaMATII I III tKi ATI ON DISTRICT
Notice la hereby given that a Spe
cial Election will be held In each of
tho hereinafter named olectlcn pre
cincts of tho Klamath Irrigation Dis
trict. In Klamath County. Oregon, on
tho 22nd day of Juno, 1920. The
polls shnll bo opened at the hour of
S o'clock In tho morning and shall
remain open until the hour of 5
o'clock In tho afternoon of said day.
Said olectlcn shnll be hold for tho
purposo of determining whether or
not n reitnln supplemental contract
Is to bo mado by tho Klnmnth Irriga
tion District with tho United State
IUI 9..d,UVUUU IUI DUI'I'IUIUI'IIVUI iuu-
structlon purposes, which proposoit
supplemental contract was filed with
the Hoard of Director on the 4th day
of May, 1920, and wns approved by
said Hoard of Directors of tho DIs
trlct for tho purposo of submitting
tho same to n vote of tho electors nt
said election by a resolution duly
entered upon tho minutes of said
That at said Election tho ballot
will contain the werds:
"Supplemental Construction Con
tract with tho United States YES."
"Supplemental Construction Con
tract with tho United States NO."
That tho polling places established
for the purpose of said election will
ho as follows, to-wlt:
Precinct No. 1. Klamath Falls
Altamont. rolling place, Altsmont
Ranch house, situated on the NW
corner of the NEV4 of the SEU of
Sec. 3, Tp. 39 South, Range 9 E.
Product No. 2. Spring Lake.
Polling place, McClollan'a Store, situ
ated on tho Southeast corner of the
SE4 of tho SEU of Sec. 1, Tp. 40
8. R. 9 E. W. M.
Precinct No. 3. Midland. Polling
placo, Young's Storo.
Precinct No. 4. Poo Vnlloy-Olono.
Polling place, Corpcniug's Storo.
Precinct No. Ii. Merrill. Polling
plnco, U. S. R. S. cottngo, cno mllo
north of town of Merrill.
Precinct No. 0. Malln. Polling
plnco. Restdonco on what Is known as
tho Pcchanqc plnco, located on tho
Southeast corner of tho North halt of
tho NEU of tho NEU of Section 16,
Tp. 41 South, Rnngo 12, B. W. M.,
being about onu mile Northwest of
thu town of Malln.
aivon by order of tho nonrd of Di
rectors of tho Klamath Irrigation
District, at nn adjourned regular
meeting of the said Hoard, hold Sat
urday tho 15th day of May, 1920.
A. h, WISHARD,
Secretary, Klamath Irrigation
District, Kamath County, Oregon.
A tea-serylce to Queen Alexandra
Is said to comprise sixty pieces, each
of wblch la decorated with a differ
ent photograph taken la Scotland by
the Queen herself.
Klamath Falls Cyclery
We handle the beat la our line,
such m Motorcycles, Bicycle,
Parts and Accessories, Ooodyear,
Pennsylvania and Diamond Tlrea
and Tubes. The home of the
two and tbree wheelers, Includ
ing llarley-Davldson Serrloe.
O. B. BISMARK
118 i. 0th St. Klasaatfc Palls
We open ttore erery Tuesday and
Friday from 10:00 a. m. to 4:00 p. m.
'Many are the Reed things wo can
ed. In buying food tbng cheap as
you may learn, you will never be In
debt and hare to skip If you buy your
LUCKY DICK ft CO.
201 Klamath Aye. Corner of 6th St.
327 MAIN STREET
W. E. McABOY
Dulld anything In the cabinet
line, Doors, Screens, etc.
Shop at 110 Eighth St.
J. O. CLEGHORN
Cltll EacbMer sad Sarreyor
Office 617 Mala BC
Pbeaes: OtVes 1M, Fee. 1MJ
O. K. FED A SALE
Under new manage
ment Best care taken of all
stock placed in our
barn. Horses, harness
and wagons bought,
sold and exchanged.
Dr. E. & Wisecarrsw
Dr. P. M. Noel
wii aa aUta St
DR. & A. MASSEY
Fourth and l'lae 8U.
In Warren Hunt Hospital
Off. Phone 497 Res. Phone 88M
.. ..ii..s aerA S
niamain u ir i
We Do All Ktade of Syria Repair 1
Ug New Owes Mao to oisar
Ail MrJcktestt ssi
AliL WORK GT7ARAMTECD
T 17 Wlaitli Ave. I
Phono 60 719 Mala St
Jack Mosoow, Pre.
Cigars, Tobacco. Soft Drlaka,
Peel and BlUlards
Darber Shop ln Connection
"Courtesy aad Bervlce"
ARTHUR R. WILSON
BX-8ERVICK MEN, ATTENTION I
The regular meetings
of Klamath Post No. 8,
American Legion, will be
held at 8 o'clock p. in., at
tho City Hall la Klamath Falls, on
the second and fourth Tuesdays ot
each month. All Comrades aro In
vited. Thow sTssirlsyt to J tho Post
1 m. Oanahaa, all at sOaasth Fall
PRMD WOJMLaON. Sosretaxy.
Looaala Bldg., aUamatD Paste
DR. C. A. RAMBO
L O. O. F. flalldtaf
Wow Opeti for
Mn. Rosa atoDaaiess,
301 High St Phone 455
Office Phone 177W Res 177R
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
Physician and Surgeon
Klamath Falls Oregon
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
Office and Residence
I. O. O. F. Temple
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Room 1 aad 9
40 Mala St. (New Bids;. Later)
DR. A. A. HOULE,
420 Main 1S0S Mala
DR. T.C CAMPBELL
' PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
V O. O. P. DbIUUbc
Residence White Pelican Hotel
Residence Phone t.
DR. L. L. TRUAX
WAltUKN HUNT HOSPITAIi
Day Phone, 497 Night Phone,
SAW MILL ENGINEERING A
Dealgaer and balldera of mod
ern Haw Mills. Plnlag Mills. Boa
Planta. Complete planU contract
ed. Appraisals aad reports made.
Dredging. We contract to baild
any rlaaa of a building aad Install
machinery of any kind.
Drafting of any kind done. Bias
Print made. PHONE I4U
Office In K. D. Building
I am now prepared to furnish
Shasta Sand from tbe llooy. Cam.,
and and gravel pit, In any quantity
that may be desired by contractors
AL P. ORAHAM.
Let Your GLASS troubles
C. E. STUCKEY
Re-Glazing and Cakiaet
Eleventh and Pine
Klamath Lodge No. 1ST
I. O. O. F.
Meets Friday night of each week at
I. O. O. F. hall, 5th and Main stroets.
Hyman Weschlcr, Nt O.; W. C. Wells.
Secretary: W. D. Cofer, Treasurer.
Ewauna Encampment No. 41, 1. O
O. F., meets Tuesday night ot each
week nt I. O. O. F. hall. W. II. North,
G P.; W. D. Cofer, Scribes Fred
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NEW CITY LAUNDRY
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