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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 14, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
HUD'S CLASSIFIED COLUMN
FOR SALE Real Estate
'o hnvo for sale a cholco seloc
tlon of clock ranches, alfalfa
rohches, marsh lands, city houses
nnd lots. It wllk pay yuu to see us
before Inlying. A. A. Bellman & Co.,
400 Mnln 8t. 12-18
FOR SALE f.20 ncros. about 320
In crap and under Irrigation; rest
In, pnsturo; imir nillo from s. I',
dockyards at Midland. Sea John De
Puy, Midland, Oro. S-14
LOTS From $100 up, In nil parts of
LOTS On pavpm,ent, $2r.O for cor-
nor of 60x140.
LOTS Insldo. $200 for fiOxHO.
IX)TS I.jirge, Just olt paved street,
1100 to $250.
Terms 10 per cent cash, balance In
Installments to suit purchaser.
W. M. MONTELIUS
The Klamnth Development Co.
1303 Main St. Phone No. 1
FOR SAKE Mako cash offer, lots
660-661. block 119. Mills Addn
Good garden soil; building site. J.
It. Wllhsm. 7726 Whltsctt Ave., Los
Angeles, Cal. 11-15
FOR 8ALE Farm Implements and
B head ot horses; 6 work horses
with harness. Also traction engine
ad plows, CO h. p. Edgewood
Raach, phone 11F11. Rahn. 4-tf
FOR RALE OR TRADE
LoU 393, 394 and 395. block 113.
Mills Addition. Will trade tor equity
In Fresno, Calif., improved or untm-
-pTored: Address-J-M Platttr-H 8 6-
T St., Fresno, Calif.
LOTS A few good lots In Hot Spmgs
addition. A few left on Shipping
ton pavement but going fast. Lota
of Iota between tho depot and Mills
addition. Prices right, terms 10 per
cent cash, bat. 36 payments. Phone
TV. M. Montellus. 1303 Main st. 1-tf
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
,30 per cent off on nil
ahlrts at K. 1C K Store.
v. ... ...-. ....... ...... ..,., - -
grocery order. Hpot Cnh Basket
Grocery, 822 Klamath Ave.
TOR SALE SO head stock cattle In
fine shape: now in pasture. Must
sell. H. J. TIcknor, Langell Valley.
FOR SALE 1920 Harley-Davldson
motorcycle, with extras. Must , gcnool building, according to thelK'"6'' lad'- All business confidential
nee to appreciate. Can be seen at nlans and speclflcatlona on flic In the I Dal,'r 'eRne. Including Sunday.
Big Bssln Lbr. Co.. throughout day flro tne cierjc at the Klamath Hours 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. Permit
or creslsss at Harsrsvc tookj. 15. State 5ank. A bW, t0 b0 ncc'nntly located I. O. O.K. hulldlne.
Wlllams. 12-15 nanieA hy a crtned check of 5 per Ualn St.. Klamath Falls. Ore.
T rT ; T cent of the amount of the bid. Hoard -0-.0
FOR SALE Six young leghorn -oprvi the rlcht to relect nnr and
npuoi umM si i.uinie ipianti iivu
hens. Mrs. Hutchen, 737 N. 9th St.t
call mornings. 12-13
FOR SALE Corner store paying
business right man. snap,
1008 Main street.
Olltedgn Hutter for
care. 202 Main St.
FOR SALE t'sed 1920 Model 490
Chevrolet touring, 1800. Central
Garage. ' 12-18
FOR SALE Household furniture,
all or any piece. Mrs. O. T. Mc-
Kendree, cor. Iith and Oalc Phone
FOR 8ALE Good Ford touring car,
hock absorber and a No. 1 tires.
Inquire at 220 Main St., or Danner
Patty Garage. 7-tf
FOR SALE 1 Bute!;
and or.6 7-pas-
BLOCKS FOR SALE, SS.00 per cord
delivered. Phone 483M, J. N.
TOR BALE 3 Alrdale puppies, 2
'monts old. Registered. Call 19
Main St. . 12-17
Steel tanks and blow pipe made at
3023 Main St. 4-tf
20 per cent off on all men's and
toys' clothing at K. K. K. Store.
TOR SALE Chevrolet in good con
dition. 418 N. 11 th. 12-18
TOil SALE Lato model Haynes
five-passenger "Six;" excellent
condition; been driven very Httlo
and had flno care. Can hardly bo
told from now car. Will carry tho
-whole 'family it not moro than ten.
"Would consider smalolr car in trade.
Phono 4S6W. 2-tf
Panama and straw iiats at Vi prlco
nt K. K. K. Store. 12-tf
TOR SALE Hotel and pool room
combined, paying 13000 per
Month, 11000 clear. 28 bed all
complete and full every night; tho
oaly bote! In the town of Chlloquln.
W bare a good clean business and
will sell on it own merits. Come
mad see for yourself. Chlloquln Ho
tel. Qulloauln. Ore. 7-41
for Your Chickens
FOR SALE 2 H ton truck. Al con
dition. O. K. Blacksmith shop.
Sixth St. 28-tf
TENTS TEXTS TEXTS
U. S. Government tonts, Canvass
loatticr belting, one blacksmith out
fit, two spark arresters, one mm
pletc lighting system. Max Wet,
Ctk St., near Ewaun.i Ilox Factory.
PINE SHINGLES. $7.00
Lakeside Lumber Co.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST. straed or stolen from Wocusjh:'xo "w"1 n. 0,,' f'lr ""
marsh, one blue mare, branded Jit Kyea Cured" sign of tho barber 1ms
on loft stltle. Notify box 404, city, (disappeared with the "Family En
LOST Blue silk vest belonging to
ladles suit. Phono 473J. S-14
LOST On Conger avenue, large
knob from a brass bed. Reward
will bo paid for Its return to the City
Transfer Co., 615 Mala St. 3-tf
POSITION WANTED br experienced
stenographer. Fair knowledgo of
bookkeeping. Willing to do light
manual tabor part of time If neces
sary. A-1 reference. Address J. I.
C. rare Herald. 12-14 T
Doy of 17 desires smalt room with
private family. Address R. M. 11..
care Herald. 12-14
WANTED to lease for term of years
some first class molch cews: best of
rare guarantee!!. Mrs. T. H. Jolly,
aierriu. ure iciepnono .Merrill.
WANTED Capable cut-off man.
steady work, write or wire, stat
ing previous. experience, to Tomlln
Ilox company, Med ford. Ore. 12-15
HAULINO JOD WANTED for 3H
ton truck by day or contract. Ilox
A. II.. Herald office. 11-15
WANTED Ry young couple; no
children; a small furnished or un
furnished modern house, close In,
Apply G. L. Drummond, Herald
WANTED Man nnd wlfo. without
-io'e..10 jr:or ?cASimn:
WANTED 2 good live newsboys al
the Herald office. 2-tf
WANTED Grocery salesman,
erts & Wbltmore.
Prnnninti ll! hn pamiIvai! ttn ,a
Tun.il.-ir. Jim ?. fnr th .rtinn nf
ida D. MOMVER.
10-22 School Clerk.
WANTED All kinds of scrap iron.
e, old bones, rags, rubber and nil
kinds ot metals. Max Weiss.
near Ewauna Box Factory.
WANTED Man to drive
ranch. Phone 2S3-J.
DR. F. R. GODDARD Is attending
the convention of the Western Os
teopathia Asoclation at San Francis
co. He will return Sunday, June 20,
SO per cent oft on all shoes at K.
K. Store. 12-tf
KELLEY & BELLMAN. White Pell
can Hotel, will build homes to
suit In any part ot Klamath Falls.
Banchea bought and sold. See us for
list now on hand.
KELLEY & DELLMAN
Real Estate and General Brokers,
1203 Main St. 11-14
Glltedge Butter tor
care. 202 Main St.
Printing, Stationery and offlc
supplloj. Pioneer Printing and Sta
tionery company. 138 Main St. 9-tf
CITY OARBAGE When you want
garbage removed call 52 J.
PHONE PEYTON for wood. 187
FOR RENT OR LEASE
Pasture for 4000 hoad of sheep.
Edgewood Stock Ranch. Water and
feed In abundance. Head of Swan
Lake Valley. See Rahn phono 11F11
In a recent political address Pre
mier Clemenceau of Franco declared
that labor bad a great future, and
that its Ideals could be realized If it
rojected false Idea of demented rev
olutionists, who were pushing It into
The MMng ,IUitre f Cwurag
Hales have been written on the In
fluence of prohibition on thn arts
and the social life of the people, but
no one has yet treated, wo believe,
of the must noticeable erfect of the
ban on Intoxicant.
The btack ejo has almost tutall)
disappeared ns n social ornament
and decoration of royesterlng man
hood. It was the rrolx do guerro of
llano who stood night and Hay lit the
A walk down llrbadway or Fifth
hvenue, or oven Third ntenua, any
pleasant ilay will disclose nothing of
the ancient badge of courage. The
black ejo Is gone foroor. with
bustles, bangs nnd knickerbockers.
The drinker and the non-drluker
trance." Cartoons Magazine.
Should They llo-dgir."
(Congressmen declaro cabinet
mombers cat too much. News
"These cabinet members cat
Said a congressman, "It beats
It they persist. I fear they'll get
To resemble a kitchen cabinet!"
the meaning of
a sentence con-
Pupil: The Hawallans sell their
stringed Instruments at so much per
uke. Cartoons Mngailno.
Some women contrive to look,
"fresh" by constantly "airing" their
opinions. Cartoons Magazine.
KNOW YOL'R FUTURE
CONSULT OREGON'S REST
World's greatest Clairvoyant and
"nlmlst. Phrenologist and Medium.
Horn with double veil.
Reads your entire Ilfo, past, pros
nt and future; advises on business
tpccalatlons, lovers quarrels; re
unites tho separated; when andlc,cc";" "i"r oi ncnenecmny recent
whom you will marry; how to win ly. on the platform of Sunday baso-
tho one you lovo nnd also overcome ,un, Sunday movies hum u liberal
nil enemies; gives secrets how to con.lH . .... '. n-hlrtv.v., .
rnl nr Inriiipnrn inr ono rou lovo on
meet. Tolls full names of any one
you care to know. Her auvico n&s
saved nd made thousands. Why
not you? As a seer and Interpreter
of hidden treasures she has no. equal.
.See her at once, this God-given
JTO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
WHEREAS, the trout and other
Ish frequenting the waters ot Spencer
Creek from Ruck Iake to tho conflu
ence of said Spencer Creek with tho
I Klamath River, and all tributaries
thereof, sltunted In Klamath County,
I state or urcgon, are Doing tnrcatened
'with extinction from oxccsslve ang
ling and other causes, anil
WHEREAS, tho State Hoard of
Fish and Gnmo Commissioners Is de
sirous of protecting tho trout and
other fish frequenting said Spencor
Creek from Buck Lake to the con
fluence of said Spencer Creek with
Klamath River, and all tributaries
thereof, situated In Klamath County,
State of Oregon;
THEREFOR, NOTICE 18 HERE
BY GIVEN, by the State Board of
Fish and Oamo Commissioners that
all of Spencer Creek from Buck
Lake to the confluence of said
Spencer Creek with the Klamath
River, and all tributaries thereof,
situated In Klamath County, State of
Oregon, are all and each of them Is
hereby closed to fishing of any kind
and In any manner, for trout and
other fish, from and after the 1st day
of July, 1920, until sard stream are
And it Is and shall be unlawful to
take or flsk for trout or other fish In
any of the above namod closed waters
during the period of tlmo above spe
cified. Any person or persons violating
tho provisions of this order will be
prosecuted as by statute provided.
Dated at Portland, Oregon, this
10th duy ot May, 1920.
STATE BOARD OF FISH AND
By E. V. CARTER,
Chairman of tho Board.
By C. F. STONE,
By I. N. FLEISCHNER, '
, By F. M. WARREN.
By MARION JACK,
Ry CHRIS SCHMIDT,
By CHAS. HALL,
py E. C. SUMMONS,
By JOHN GILL,
CHICK FEED, GROWING MASH,
BONE FATTENING MASH, ALFALFA MEAL,
WHOLE AND CRACKED CORN
Ford, Maxwells and
30x3 W. $22.80
Not a Tire Sole, but a
& Leather Company
1126 Main St
Klamath Falls, Ore.
IMMI'OHIXA OWNER OF
ANCIENT RACING YACHT
HONOLULU, T. II.. May 19, (Ity
Mali). Tho old sailing yacht Ha
vail, built by public subscription In
tho territory to participate In tho
accan races from the mainland to
Hawaii In 190S. 1910 and 1912, the
second of which she won, has been
told to Captain Wllbert Melville ot
San Pedro. California, and recently
salted away from Honolulu to nor
new home port.
A'hen sho first took the wntor In
a per cd when ocean yacht rnc n4uccunu Diauur.ii.nureuy Jttnae ron
Interest was nt Its height, tho Hawaii
was a beautiful craft. Hut us ocean
ruing died out, she was bumped
'.out ono berth to another, a drug
Mi the market with her hiitidsomu
brass and mahogany fittings rapidly
Recently shfc was sold to Captain
Melville nt a price said to bo $3,000.
The Hawaii Is 70 feet long over
all. 52 feet at tho water line, 17 feet
In beam and 10 feet In depth.
In the election of dologates for a
state constitutional contention to
Nebraska, tho Non-1'artlsan Leaguo
and tho radicals were badly defeated.
Tho convention will be ruled by con
servatives, 4 to one.
The Ituv. Dr. Lunn, Socialist, was
cenl "f Ml "llorters were women
School district No. 1 will receive
sealed bids for tho entire Issue or
any part of tho Issue of tho bonds
which will be Im In denomination
of 11000 and 1500 bond. Bonds
bear 6 tier cenl Interest,
I300A In 11 years.
$3000 In 12 years.
$3000 In 13 years.
$4000 In 14 years.
$4000 In IB years.
$4000 In 10 years.
$4000 In 17 years.
rtOOO In 18 years.
$4000 In 19 years.
$4fl00 In 20 year.
To bo redeomed consecutively ac
cording to sorlal number, tho bid to
bo accompanied by certified check
for G icr cent of tho hid. Bids will
be opened Tuesday, Juno 22, 1920,
IDA B. MOMYER,
8-22 School Clerk.
No. I IOI Imvt
In the Circuit Court of tho 8tato
of Oregon for Klamath County.
Bunk, a Corpora-
tlon, Plaintiff, vs
W. E. Smith, De-
TO W. E. SMITH. DEFENDANT:
In the name of the State of Oro
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed pr0vlde that tho proposed Improvo
against you In tho above entitled m.nt mv . mn.in n.in. hii.tiihi,.
action on or before Monday, July 19,
19Z0, and If you fall to answer, for
Judgment against you for tho sum
of $1G0 with Interest thereon at 8
per tent per annum from November
1, 1919, together witli attorney's fees
In tho sum ot $G0, and plaintiff's
costs, disbursements and expenses
heroin, nnd for tho salo of that cer
tain Mock of goods, wares, merchan
dise and all fixtures, paraphnriialln,
and utensils attached In Number 208
and 210 Main St., Klamath Falls,
Urej;on, in tho a novo entitled action,
and that tho proceeds from said sulo
bo applied to tho satisfaction of plain
July 19, 1920, Is tho last day of
tho tlmo proscribed In tho ordor for
pilhlicutlon of this summons, tho first
publication bolng Juno-7, 1920, pub
lication being by ordor of Honorable
D, V. Kuykondall, Judgo of tho nbovo
ontltlod court, dated Juno 4, 1920,
which ordor requires that this sum
mons bo published onco each week
for six successive wooks.
Attornoy for Plaintiff, whoso
business and postoftlca ad
dress Is Loqmls BIdg., Klam
ath Falls, Oregon.
NOTICE INVITING I'HOI'OHALR TO
MAKE STREET IMPROVEMENT
I'nrsn.iiU lo an ordinance and
aniur ot tho Common Council
of tho City ot Klamath Falls,
)ieitti, notice Is hoioby given
lint propiHitta will bo focolvod by
ald ('iiiiiioii Couurll for making the
impri-itimit ileslgued for Klamath
Avenue from lull stroot easterly to
lltli street. Said Improvomunt to bo
made In accordance with tho plans
and specifications f tho City Engl
noor and for ono of the classes of
linimneiiient mentioned In snld plans
and specifications and tho ordinance
ordering said Improvement, which
said ordinandi la numbered C07 und
was adopted on tho 7th day ot June,
1920, nud approved by tho mayor on
tho Stli day ot Juno, 1D20.
Said plans, specifications and esti
mates of the City Engineer being '),
me in ine ouiro oi mo i out" jiiiik''
and in the office of tho said engineer
The proponed contract will be let
In ono contract, and thn time In
which the sumo Is to bo completed
is flied by said ordinance on or ln
fotv October 16th. 1930. Illds mint
be tiled with the Police Judge for
submission to tho council not If I or
than 8 o'clock p. m, of tho 21st day
ot June. 1920, nnd the bids will be
considered by tho council Immediate
ly thereafter at tho Council Chamber
In said city.
Each proposal must be accom
panied by a certified chock on some
responsible banking Institution In an
amount equal to 6 per cent of the
aggregate amount ot the proposul,
tao st mo to bo forfeited to the city
by tho successful bidder upon failure
to ontor Into contract and bond for
the faithful completion ot the said
Improvement In accordance with the
plans and specifications therefor.
Tho City of Klumnth Fulls reserv
ing the right at nil times to reject uny
aud nil proposals. The award to the
ungoni upon ilia sale ot inn nouns
that wilt bo authorized for providing
funds for making such Improvement
The plans, specification and esti
mate nbovo referred to embrace and
provldo that the proposal improve
ment may bo made, using blliillllilc
or Oil Macadam and bids ate Invited
for each class. In nddltlcn to grading,
curbing .drainage and cement side
wulks. A. L. LEAVITT,
Police Judge of thn City of
Klamuth Falls, Oregon.
MAKK HTRhLIJMI HOll.MKXT
Pursuant to ordinance and order ped to handle tllC !110St-( ifli
of tho Common Council of thn City of ' ... .... ... , r, -
Klamath Falls. Oregon, notlro Is
hereby given that propo,als will be
rocelvcd by ald Common Council for1
making tho Improvement designed i
for Pine strn-t from Stli street east-
orly lo Uth street Inrludlng Intersect
tlons not paved. Said Improvement
to be juada In accordance with the
plans and specifications of the City
Engineer and for one of the classes
ot Improvement mentioned In said
plans and specifications and tho or
dlnunc.) ordering sulci Improvement,
which said ordinance Is numbered
COS und was adopted on the 7 1 tt day
ot June, 1920, and npprnved by the
mayor on the Stli day of June. 1920
Mild plans specifications und estl
males ot the City Engineer Ii-Iiik on
file In tho offlru ot thn Poilie Jndguj
and In tho office of tho suld engineer.
The proposed contract will be let I
In one contract, and the time In '
which tho same Is to bo completed Is
fixed by said ordinance on or beforoi
uciooer ibtn, !:. iiiim must bu
filed with the Police Judge for sub
mission to the council not Inter than
8 o'clock p. m of the 2 1st day ot
June, 1920, and the bids will bo con
sidered by thn roiin-ll Immediately
thereafter at tho Council Chamber
In said city
Each proposal must bs accom
panied by a certified check on some!
responsibly banking Institution In an
amount ciual to a per cent ot tlio
aggrcguto amount of the proposul,
tho same to bn forfeited to tho city
by tho successful bidder upon falluro
to enter Into contract and bond for
tho faithful completion of tho said
Improvement In accordance- with the
plans and specifications therefor.
Th.. I'llv nt trinn.nfl. t-nll. ...........
,, (h hi.. .u .i.. ... .i..
;nnv aml ali DrollOBaiM. Th .W,1PI,
to tho successful .bidder la hereby
made contingent upon tho snle of
the bonds that will be authorised for
providing funds for making such Im
provement. The plans, specifications and ostl
,(.. -i,,-,. ',,..,) n -,....... j
or Oil Macadam and bids are Invltod
for each class, In million to grading,
A. L. LEAVITT.
Pollen JiiiIko of the City ot
Klamath Falls, Oregon,
NEW I Ml
PROJECT IS ASSURED
MARYHVILLE, Cal., Juno II.
Approximately 40,000 arms In north
ern Yuba and southern Hullo conn
ties have been ussured development,
It Is reported, with tho announce
ment by F, M. Tumor, Hocrotnry oft
tho Honcut-Yuba Irrigation district,
Hint tho lust deed Iiiih bueu signed
giving thn district ownership of n
dam slto on Dry crook In tho north
of Yuba county covering tho greater
porton of what Is known uu tho Vir
With tho exception of a tow foot
hill ranges tho ontlro area can bo Irri
gated by gravity flow, It Is said.
Murphey Feed &
A UioroiiRlilr undipped Institution
tffordlng unexcelled facilities for llio
iclonttflc treatment by hospital meth
ods of medical, surgical and obstet
rical cases. .
Tho new and modem fireproof build
ing contains private rooms for Iwd
tud ambulatory cases, completoli
multiped examination and treatment
rooms, Roentgen Ray, clinical and
WARREN HUNT. M. I).
L. L. TRUAX. M. I).
UKO. A. MAHSEY. M. O.
AND PINE HTd..
KLAMATH FALLS. ORE.
Dr. Maud Ingcrsoll Hawley
First National Rank Hulldlng
Is located on The Esplanade,
away from the noise, sur-
'rounded by one of the most
U, H jla, j f j
."' v-ast-'a liliu una it sutu OI
physicians that 11181110 tllO
. , .
'"B" Character RIUl Cffl-
ciutlCV Of tilt) institution,
DR. E. D. JOHNSON
Dn. O. II. MERRYMAN I
DR. T. C. CAMPBELL
DR. OEOROE I. WRIOHT
DR. E. D. LAMB
DR. II. D. LLOYD STEWART
ROBERT S. FRY
General Insurance Invrntmrola
707 WASHINGTON HT.
Klamath Falls, Ore.
of tin and sheet Iron work, ven
lllatlng anil wanu air hotting
done at the Hhannna Plumbing
Shop. No. 102a Main Hi.
L. N. HAINES
Klatnath'Bend Auto SUg
A dally auto stage service I now
oporatlng between Klamath FalU
and Bend. Office Rex eat and Met
ropolitan Oarage. C, I. Reckard.
Phono 278-W. T."f
" r i ii k "
DoMthqwordstrtkotcrror to your"
-'V .r. '. our Propof'y protected
sufficiently by Insurance in a rollable
company? In this dny of high cost
of material, scarcity of homos, no
ono should lonvo tholr property un
protected. Lot us oxplnln to you the
special Insurance system undor
which wo protect your homo In tho
lending Insurance companies of
Amorlcn. James If. Drlscoll, lloora
4, Loomls Building. Phonu 432
Practical Painting, Gliding, Bronzing,
Enameling, Kulsomlnlng, Wall Panor
Cleaning nnd Qonorul Contractor.
' II. V. TUTIIILL
OKI ItiiHo Ht.
WEST END CAFE
No. 72 Main St.
Meals served family style
Call and give us a trial
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