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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 15, 1920)
WMDAV. JUNK IB, 100
THE EVENING HERALD, . KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
HEMP'S CLASSIFIED COLUMNS
FOR SALE Real Estate
FOR SALE Shlpplngton property
on pnvementi pnvlng assessment
all paid: 2 IoIk, each 50x204: has 9
room hniiRO nnit 2 two-room houses.
Good rent properly or deslreable
home. Would consider (arm land
in trade. Phono 40GW. 14-26
Wo hnvo for sale a choice selec.
tlon of stock ranches, alfalfa i
Inn.l.. r'lir house
nnd lots. It will pay you to seo us
boforo buying. A. A. llcllmnn & Co..
LOTS From f 100 up, in an parts oi
JOTS On pavement. $2G0 for cop.
. J!T f 6.iI14.;n . . .,
LOTS Inside, 1200 for oOxho.
with iirge. just on paicu sireei.(Iit two ,mrk arresters, ono com-
1100 to $2R0. inlete lighting system. Max Weiss,
.Terms 10 per cent cash, balanco
lnstnlimcnis to sun purcnasor.
The Klnmath Dovelopmont Co.
1303 Main St. Phono No. 1
FOR SALE Make cash offer, lota
CB0-C51. block 119, Mills Addn.
Good garden soli; building site. J.
R. Wltham. 7724 Whltsctt Ave.. Los
Angeles. Cal. 1MB
FOR SALE Farm Implements and
8 bend of horses; 6 work horses
with harness. Alio traction engine
and plows, GO h. p. Kdgewood
Ranch, phono 11F11. Rahn. U
FOR RALK OH TttAPK
Lots 393, 394 and 395, block 113,
Mills Addition. Will trade for equity
In Fresno. Calif.. Improved or unim
proved. Address J. M. Platts, 1125
T St. Fresno, Calif. 25-tf
LOTS A few good lots In Hot Spings
addition. A few left on Shipping
ton pavement but going fast. Lots
of lots botwuen the depot and Mills
addition. Prices right, terms 10 per
cent cash. bal. 36 payments. Phone
W. M. Montellus. 1303 Main st. Ml
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
FOR SALE A wlckor baby buggy,
good condition. 502 Oak. 14-16
20 per cent off on all men's silk
ahlrts at K. K. K Store. lC-tf
FOR SALE 15 horse power single
' "-".- .---. -"--
phase. 220 volt motor; also i-incn
Jackson pnrap and nbout 125 ft.'
of nine. Write L. F. Gcertson, Hum
FI'IIMTUIIK FOR HALE
1 rug 9x12, 1 oak dresser. 2 oak
bed steads with springs, 2 com
modes. 18 lunch stools. Call 219
Jefferson St. 14-15
FOR SALE lVi-horse power Fair-
banks-Morse- -gasoline engine;
nearly new. Ilath House. 14-16 ,
FOR SALE 1 oak buffet. 1 oak ex-
tension table, oak music cabinet,
oak combination bookcaso nnd writ
ing desk. 1 oak Holler kitchen cr.b
Inct. 1 oak bed and dresser, 1 Iron i
bed nnd springs. 1 fall leaf table. 1 '
golden oak rocker. 1 KItsell carrel
Special sale or. grocarles; one sack
of corn ireal FREE with every $15
crocerv odor Suot Cash llasket
Grocery. 822 Klamath Ave. 12-tf
FOR SALE 80 head stock cattle In
flno shape: now In pasture. Must
tell. H. J. TIcknor, Langcll Valley.
FOR BALE 1920 Harloy-Davldson
motorcycle, with extras. Must
see to nnnreclate. Can be seen at
Rig Uasln Lbr. Co., throughout day
r evenings at uargravo rooms, it.
gnmen oax racier. "'" -"'.'$, Tuesday. June 22. for the erection of
sweeier. Mm. Wilbur Jonts. i03ia schoo, bulldlns. according to tho
Pine. H-i-'.ninn. nm! .noriiiriUnn. nn ! in t,n
FOR SALE Sanitary couch and
mattress, nearly new: baby buggy
and beating stove. Call 63B Elev
enth St., or phone 67J. 14-15
FOR SALE Corner store paying
business right man, snap. Bee
11008 Main street. 10-tf
GUtedge nutter for
are. 202 Main St.
FOR SALE Used 1920 Modol 490
Chevrolet touring. $800. Central
FOR SALE Good Ford touring car,
shock absorbers and a No. 1 tires.
Inqulro at 220 Main St., or Danner
Fatty Garage. 7-tf
FOR SALE 1 Bulck
snd cno 7-pas-
BLOCKS FOR SALE, $5.00 per cord
delivered. Phono 483M, J. K.
FOR SALE 2 Alrdalo puppies, 2
monts old. Registered. Call 19
Vain St. 12-17
Steel tanks and blow plpo mado at
183 Main St. 4-tf
X0 per cont off on all men's and
Soya clothing at K. K. K. Storo.
For Your Chickens
)R BALL Chovrqlot In good eon-
union, lis IN. lllli. 13-1S
tM nil m i I t . I VIU iimvin nil' uiiiKih I'uvn i i ......... ... . ........ , . ., ....
FOR SALL I-nte model Hnnes,4lnV ,.,, new-comer nro Kind to undersigned, i:octilor of I.imt Will
fle-passonger 'Six; excellent a.. - i,ome n n wido-nwnke ooiitMnl ToMnment of Almor Wood. Do-
rnmuuon; uecn unven very little mut.v Thoo of u who have re
and had flno caro. Can hardly bo ,,,, ,irK tlio quiet yenr luwo
told from now car. Will carry tho, ,...,,... ii,i r n.iw mminW i...
S.'i"1,0, f.ft"'il,r. '.' "ot.moc !""? u.n'
V " ' jVv "-'" - '" -"V;be roldont of no moan city.
mono 4o6. 2-tf, Th 0cnl0n f Klimalh Fall 1st
Panama and straw hats nt l4 price
l K K ' StOTO. 12-tf
,...,, , , . .,
FO'l SALK .J4 ton truck, Al con-
,, "J."' K' "iulMi J .
SIXIU M. . -"
run .i.iiift -
TKXTS Ti:XTS TKXT8
u- s- Government tents. Canvass
heather belting, ono blacksmith ont-
in6tn st near Kwauna Hox Factory.
PINK SII1NOL.K8. 7.u0 pc?" M.
lakeside Lumber Co. 7-tf
LOST AND FOUND
ladles gold watch, diamond set;
also pearl broach. Reward If return
cd to Mrs. Nettlo Wallon, 1645 Wall
LOST, strayed or stolen from Wocus
marsh, one blue maro. branded Jll,
left stifle. Notify box 404, city.
LOST On Conger avenue, large
knob from a brass bed. Reward
will be paid for Its roturn to the City
Transfer Co.. 615 Main St. 3-tf
WANTED to tcaso for term of years
somo nrst class moicn cewa: best of
care guaranteed. Mrs. T. H. Jolly, I
Merrill, Ore., telephone Merrill. i of hidden treasures slio has no cqunl
12-15 I Seo her nt onco. this Rod-given,
. gifted lady. All business confidential,
WANTED Capablo cut-off man. Dally readings. Including Sunday,
steady work. Write or wire, stnt- Hours 10 n. m. to 8 p. m. Permu
Ing previous experience, to Tomlln nently located I O, O. F. building,
Uox company, Med ford. Ore. 12-15 ' 3 Main St., Klamath Falls. Ore.
HAULING JOB WANTED for 34
ton trucl; by day or contract. Hox
I A. H Herald office 1MB
WANTED Dr younc ceunle: no
children: a small furnished or un-
furnished tnoilprn hntlHI. rlnM In
lAppIr G. L. Drummond. Herald
WANTED Man and wife, without
children, to work on a ranch
Good wages. J. P. McAuIlffe, Ft. i
1 R. C. GROESI1KCK,
WANTED 2 good live newsboys at Administrator of tho Estate of
the Herald offlce. 2-tf, John J. Lockmon, deceased.
erts & Whltmore.
will be received un to ,
office of tho clerk ut the Klamath
All bids to be accom-
...... .... .... . uu ru,u-
rmnied I- n ccrtincu chock of 5 per - o ciock p. in. ns me urao anu """, ' i"' .
Icent of the amount of tho bid Roard the Court Room of said Court ns tho, Ing sa'd land; and that said Jojso
(reserves the right to reject any nnd Place In tho City of Klamnth Falls, Davis Is not now so cmplryed.
inpt tall bids. , Oregon, for tho hearing or said final You are. "therefore, further notl-
r, r I IDA U. ilOMVER. account and f :r tho sottloment ri-tt that thu said iillcgatlons will be
X.I 10-22 School Clerk., 'hereof. taken as confessed, and your said
K-i f T r n,nm"Tp unlrv jl-111 lin rnnr.ilrwl ulftirmt flip.
WANTED Alt kinds of scrap Iron.!
out nones, rags, ruiiber nnd nil ,
kinds of metals. Mix Weiss, 6th St.. I
near Kwauna Box Factory. 21-tf
WANTED Man to drlvo
ranch. Phone 253-J.
DR. F. R. GODDARD Is attending
the convention of the Western Os
teopathia Asoclatlon at San Francis
co. He will return Sunday, June 20,
20 per cent off on all shoes at K.
K. K. Store. 12-tf
GUtedge Butter for
care. 202 Main St.
Printing, Stationery and office
supplies. Pioneer Printing and Sta
tionery company. 126 Main St. 9-M
CITY GARBAGE When you want
garbage removed call C2J.
PHONE PEYTON for wood. 187
FOR RENT OR LEASE
Past uro for 4000 head of sheep.
Kdgewood Stock Hunch. Water and
feed In abundanco. Head of Swan
Lake Valley. Seo Rahn phono 11F11
King Edward VII'b favorlto dog,
Caesar, Is Immortalized in tho now
tomb In St. George's Chapel, Wind
sor. At tho foot of tho recombent
effigy of the King lies the llttlo dog,
In marblo, colled up In sleep.
Down around tho Uay cttle und In I
tlio Sacramento valley; ovor lit the.
Uokuo river nnd Willamette valleys,!
In I'nrtliiitd nnd 111 thu Sound cities,
.- nro tnlklng nlmiit Kliunntli ntul
; ii- u.mdorfiil onnortunltle.
ri.i i... .... ..-. .......i,... I. .11 i..
to our own. nnd "that wo ahull soon
'uro to makn It tho distributing ren
ter for southern nnd eastern Ore
gon! our scenic attractions will
bring an ever IncreasliiK
,ourUts; Irrigation xA di
mak iK It n rarmlm? nri
Mnler: now mills, now fn
nd ' grazing
new uiou-uries in vuruiun mum ru
......i.i.i.... !... ........... 11 ...i.ii. i..nL.
' nil III'MIUIR HH- 1'il.l'IUII WIIIVII l!llll.'n
readv money for us nil
' m.lut. .... ntl.dk Mil
Think how other cities and com-
munltlos hnvo grown nnd then con
slder tho future of tho Klamath
country. In tho light of our antlcl-
Ptod growth, arc you making tho
mot 0r your oimortun ties? Don't
! wait ten years and then say, "It
might have boon."
Como In today nnd let us tell you
about some r.l Investments.
CIIII.COTK & SMITH
033 Main St.
KNOW vocn FirnmK
COXSUIT OREGON'S 11KHT
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P'm l1' r,T. i! L",?d VtAlW
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I Reads your entire life, past, pros-
'nl d future; advises on business
I Mefulatlons. lovers' quarrels; re-
. u",,es ,no wparatce: when ni-
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I nil enemies; gives secrets bow to con-'
trol or Influence nny ono you love or
I meet. Tells full names of any one
list iiiisi tiiii itiaev iiiiii iiiiti iiiiii-
you caro to know. Her advlco ht,
savcu arwi mauo mousanus. wnj
not youT As a seer and Interpreter
NOTICK OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Notice Is hereby given that tho
undersigned has filed In tho County
Court of the Stato of Oregon, for
u-Y.'-.V..': l.-T... ..' Y.J:" "'.,
'... - . ,...it .- -. .. v.-..
,ll uuininisiraiion oi ino r.siuio oi
John J. I-orkmnn. ilnceannil. nn.t nlil
Court hni fixed Juno 21, 1920. nt
,2:30 o clock p. m. ns tho tlmo nnd
tho Court Room of said Court ns tho
olaco for tho hearlnc of said final
account, and for the settlement
I NOTICE OF FINAL SKTTLKMENT
Notice Is herobr clven that tho un-
! derslgned administrator of tho cstatel
of Llrzlo flay Schallock, deceased, I
has filed In tho County Court of the
State of Oregon for Klamath County
tho final account of his ndmlnlstra-'
"on of said estato, nnd that saldlrlno of thu Army nnd Navy or any
v.ouri nns. rixeu juno si, ia:u, ai,uT muuvu which kuiuu ui-ihjh,
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J. F. DAGOBTT.
Administrator of tho Estato of
Llzzlo May Schallock, deceased.
Carmine complained silk hosiery
Was not so line and strong
As ere the Europoan guns
Struck up their deadlly song.
Sbo said the pair that she had on
(Mere cobwebs, sheer and black),
Already were beginning to-
Unravel up tho back.
Carmlno Is pretty, plump, petite,
Red-llped and dewy-eyed
Sho wears expensive high-topped
With dangling tassels tied.
I'm skeptical, as peoplo will
Corroborate who know me,
'And so, MIssourMlkn, I cried:
"My darling, prltheoshow mo!"
Say, editor man, If you'll glmmo
A pencil, I'll wrlto about Jimmy,
Who, not worth a snap
Ah a loborlng chap,
Wus a bearcat at Juzz und ut shimmy.
lllrcls of Aniitlier Color
When poet Indulco In (llghtH of
fancy, they have tho courago of
tholr pinions. Cartoons Magazine.
Polf-presorvatlon Is tho first law
of a miserly existence. Cartons
CHICK FEED, GROWING MASH,
BONE FATTENING MASH, ALFALFA MEAL,
WHOLE AND CRACKED CORN
KXKCUTOU'8 NOTICK OK FILING
FINAL AtXXHINT AND PKTITION
, roll FINAL DIHTHIIIUTION.
In thn County Court of the Stnto
of Oregon for Klniunth County
' l tlio Mutter or tlio
I Minor oed, Deceased
I Xntlri, In heroin imvn Hint I. tho
ceased, have filed my Khst and Final
Account mm ivtlllim tor Final Dis
tribution In said K'tulo and tho ulnvo
untitled Court has fixed upon 2
o'clock In tho afternoon of tho 12th
day of July. A. I). 1U20, as tho tlino
mil the County Court Room In the
Court Houo in tho City of Klamath
Falls, Oregon, as tho place when und
.Wiero nny person cr persons may
present .uny objections and exceptions
o aii thing '(horolu contained or to
mythlm! done' by mo as Executor of
laid Last Will and Testament, and nt
inch time and plncq ,tho said Court
a III finally settle Mill Account nnd
Iteport and make Final' Distribution
o the parties entitled under said Lant
V 1 1 1 and Testament
This notice Is published pursuant
o an order of tho nbovo untitled
'ourt made on tho 7th day of Juno,
V. I). 1920, and the first publication
.s mndo In tho Evening Herald on the
Sth day of Juno. A. I). 1921).
HORACE A. WEED.
Executor of tho Lust Wilt und
Testament of Abner Weed,
School district No. 1 will receive
sealed bids for tho entire Isiue or
any part of the Issue of tho bonds
which will be Issued In denomination
of $1000 nnd 1500 bond. Ilonds
bear 6 per cent Interest, payablo
soml-annually, redeemable 04 fol
13000 In 11 years.
$3000 In 12 years.
13000 In 13 years
$4000 In 14 years.
$4000 In 15 years.
$4000 In 16 )cars.
$1000 In t7 year.
$4000 In IS yenrs.
$4000 In 19 years.
$1300 In 20 years
To bo redeemed cor.'eciitlvely ac
cording to serlnl number, the hid to
ho accompanied by certified check
for B per cent of tho bid. Illds will
bo opened Tuesday, Juno 22. 1920.
IDA II. MOMVKR.
S-22 School Clerk.
NOTICK OI" CONTEST
Department of tho Interior,
United State Laud Office
Lakuvlew, Oregon, May 5, 1920,
Tn ln,n flnvla rniihi.lni
- -- ...... ..kv.
ou nro horeby notified that
George W. Duko who gives Crescent,
wregon, as ins jiosioiiuv auurrsi, uiu
'n May C, 1920. file In this office his
duly corroborated application to con-
'te"l nn'l secure the cancellation of
your Homestead Entry No us 120,
mado December C, 1915. for E'S
SWU Section 19. Township 24 H
Range 9 E., Wlllamutto Meridian,
and ns grounds for his contest ho
alleges that said Jesse Davis has
nixcr resided upon or cultivated the
bind nbovu described n rin'red by
law; that lit) has wholly abandoned
said land for more than two years
last past and that said nlmenco und
abandonment was not caused by rea-
son or tlio sam jesso waus i.eing
employed In tho Military or Naval
Service of tho U. 8. either as n ma-
1.1... ., .. .. .
entry will bo concelcd without fur
thnr right to bo heard, either before
this office or on appeal. If you fall
to lilo In this office within twenty
day after thu FOURTH publication
of this notlco, n shown blnw, your
answer, under nuth. specifically r
sponding to these allegations of con
test, together with duo proof that
you havo served a copy of your an
swer on the said contestant either in
person or by registered mall.
You should stato In ycur answer
tho natno or tho postorrico to which
you deslro Suture notices to bo mitt
JA8. F. IIUROKS8. Register.
Date of first publication Juno 1,
Date of second publication June 8,
Date or third publication Juno 15,
Date of fourth publication June
NOTICK TO CKKDITOH.H
In tho County. Court of thn Stuto
of Oregon, for Klnmath County.
In tho matter of tho Estato of Fred
IIokcoo Martin, Decensed.
Notlco Is horoby given that thn un
dorslgned has been appointed admin
istratrix of tho ustatu of Fred Itos
coo Martin, deceased; nnd nil per
son n having clnlniH iigalnst raid es
tate aro hcrahy required to presont
tho mimo with proper vouchorx to
bor at tho olflco of C. V. Ktono, In
Klamnth Full, Oregon, within six
month from tho data of this notlco.
Datod this 8th day of Juno, 1920.
LOLA K. MARTIN,
Administratrix of thn h'shito
of Frod Roscoo Martin, Docoused.
At their ow request, 12 promi
nent negroes of Omaha, Nab., hnve
been appointed special ofllcor to as
sist In hunting down "had" negroes
who commit assaults on whlto women.
NOTK'K INVITING I'llOPOHAMI TO
.ti.iur, Mnf,r.i' i.nriiuvKHitnT
Purauitiit to nu ordinance and
urdnr of tho Common Council
of tint City of Klamath Falls,
Oiegun, notice Is hereby given
that I't'iiponrilM will bo received by
said Common Council for tanking tho
impiowmont dcnlguod for Klamath
Avouiio from Oth street easterly to
II tli stroot. Brild Improvement to bo
mndo In accordnuco with thn plans
ami specifications of tho City Engi
neer and for ono of tho classes of
Improvement mentioned In snld plans
and sporlflcntlonn and tho ordinance
ordering said Improvement, which
said ordinance Is uumborod C07 nnd
was adopted on thu 7th day of June.j
1920, and npprowd by tho mayor on
tho Mh day of Juno, 120.
S,ld plain, specifications nnd ostl
mates of tho Cltr Engineer lining on
file in tlio nfflco of tho Police Judge
and In tho otfico of tho said ongluoer.
The proposed contract will bo lot
In ono contract, nnd tho time In
which tho sama I to bo completed
Is fixed by said ordinance on or bo-
fot October 10th, 1930. Illds must
bo filed with tho Police Judge for
submission to tho council not Irtor
than 8 o'clock P. in. of tho 2 1st day
of Juno, 1S30, nnd tho bids will be
considered by tho council Immediate
ly thereafter St tho Council Chamber
In said city.
Each proposal must be accom
panied by certified chock on some
retponslblo banking Institution In an
amount equal to C nor cent of the
aggregate amount of the pruposnl,
tho aaimt to bo rorioltad to tho city
by the successful bidder upon falluro
to entor iato contract ami lioml for
tho faithful completion of thn said
Improvement In accordnuco with tho
plans and apeciflontlons therefor
Tho City of Klnmath Fulls remov
ing tho right at nil times lo reject any
nnd all proposals. Tho award to tho
successful bidder Is hereby made con
tingent upon tho sale uf tho bonds
(hat will b4,outhorUed for providing
funds for making such Improvement.
Ths plant, specifications and esti
mates above referred to embrace nnd
provldo that tho proposed Improve
ment may bo made, using bltiillthlr
or Oil Macadam and bids nrj Invited
for each class. In addition to grading,
curbing .dralnaga and cement side
walks. A. L. LEAVITT,
Police Judge of tho City of
Klamnth Falls, Oregon
Ti': IvmV,eillllifl11 views in the world.
MAKI. STHKKT IMPIOU.M...Vr Thfa g fu .
Pursunnt to ordlnnnco nnd order pod to handle the IllOSt (liffi-
of tho Common Council of thn City of '.i, i i... .. . .
Klamath Falls. Oregon, notlco Is Clllt C.USCS Ulld llilS U Staff Of
horoby given Hint proposals will bn physicinilS tllllt IIIBIU'C UlC
received by said Commcn Count.il font,: ,'t, i i
making thu Improvement designed IHfill Character 1111(1 Cffl
for Pine street from 8th street east-' C1011CV of tllO institlltinB.
orly to 11th street Including lutursoc-
tlons not puved Said Improvement
to be mado In accordance with tho
plans and specifications of thn City
Kugltieer nnd for one of tho classes
of Improvement montlnnod In said
plans and specifications and tho or
dinance ordecing snld Improvement,
which s.tld ordinance Is numbered
506 nnd wa adopted on tlio Till day
of June, 1920, anil npprmed by the
mayor on tho sth day of June, 1920
Said plans Hpnririrntions snd est! ,
mates of the City Engineer being on ,
file In tho ufflrv of the Police Judgo
und In tho office of thu said engineer. I
Tho proposed contract will bo let
In ono contract, and tho time In J
which tho samo Is to bo completed Is
fixed by said ordlnnnco on or boforo
uctoiier ibiti, ly.-o. iiiiii must lie
filed with tho Police Judgo for sub
mission to the council not Inter than
8 o'clock p in of thn 21st day of
June, 1920, nnd tho bids will Iwj con-;
sldorud by tho roun II Immediately,
inoreaner in ino louucii tnamuor
In said city.
Each pioposat must be accom
panied by n certified check on some
responsible banking Institution In an
nmount eiunl to 5 per cent of I lie
uggrugato amount of tho proposal.
tho namo to bo forfeited to tho city
by tho successful bidder upon falluro
to entor Into contract and bond for
tho faithful completion of tho suld
Improvement in accordant with tho
plan and specifications therefor.
The City of Klamath Fall reserv
ing the right at nil times lo reject
any nnd all propositi Tho award
to tho successful bidder Is horoby
mado contingent upon tlio sale of
tho bonds that will bo authorized for
providing funds for making such Im
provement. Thn plans, specification and estl
mates nbovo referred to embrace and
sin tan n. nin'i.iiiLiiiiiiiin iiiiii iiriii
nrnvlil.. Hull lint nrnlmx.,1 lmnn.l
mont may ho made, using bltullthlc
or Oil Macadam nnd hid uro Invited
for each clam, In million to grading,
curbing, drainage and cuinent side
walks. A. L. LEAVITT,
Police Judgo of tho City or
Klamath Fulls, Oregon.
NOTICE TO CREDriORH
In tho County Court of thn Stale
of Oregon for Klamath County.
In tho Matter of thu Estato Of
John i), Fruit, Deceased,
Notice Is horeby given by tho un
domiciled, administrator of thu estate
or John H, Fruits, dot eased, to tho
creditors of, and to nil perilous hav
ing claims ugiilmU, tho wild deceased,
to oxhlblt thorn, with tho proper
vouchor, within six months after thu
first publication of tills notlco, to
wit: tho 1st day of Juno, 1920. to
suld administrator, nt bin office at
tho Merrill Dunk, nt Merrill. In
Kluinuth County. Oregon, tho samo
holng tho plaro for tho transaction
or tho business of said estato,
W. F. FRUITS,
Administrator of thu estate
or John S. Fruits, deceased.
Murphey Feed &
Warren Hunt "
A thoroughly riiiit))i)il lnslllullo
affording unexcelled facilities for tho
Klenllfle treiitnmnl by hospital meth
od of medical, surgical and obstet
The now mid modern fireproof build
ing coutnlns prhato rooms for bud
mid ambulatory casus, complololj
jiulpmd examination nnd troatmunt
ronmsj lttiMi(Keh Hay, clinical ana
WARRKN HUNT, M. I).
L. L. TilUAX. M. D.
0i:O. A. MAHHEY. M. I).
AND PINK HTd.,
KLAMATH FALLS. OUR.
Dr. Mnatl Ingrnwill llawley
First National Hank llulldlng
Entrance, Room 5
Is located on The Esplanade,
away from the noise, sur
rounded bv one of the most
DR. E. D. JOHNSON
DR. a. II. MERRYMAN
DR. T. C. CAMPIIELL
DR. GEORGE I. WRIGHT
DR. E. I). LAM II
DR. II. D. LLOYD STEWART
ROBERT S. FRY
General Insurance liitontiiirnU
707 WASHINGTON HT.
Klanmlli Falls, Ore.
of tin and aliect Iron work, ven
tilating nnd warm air hctlng
lono at the Shannon Plumhlnv
No. KKM Main HI.
L. N. HAINES
Klamath-Bend Auto Stage
A dally auto stage aervlce la now
operating between Klamath FatU
and Ilond. Offloca Rex cfn mil Mat.
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Does tho word striko torror to your
heart, or Is your property protoctod
sufficiently by Insurance In a rollablo
company? In this dny of high cost
of mntorlal, scarcity or homes, no
ono should loava their property un
protected. Lot us explain to you tho
poclal Insurance system undor
which wo protect your homo In the
loading Inmirnnco companion or
Amorlcu. James II. Drlscoll, Room
4, Loomls llulldlng, Fhonu 432,
Practical Pointing, Gliding, Ilronzlng,
Euumollng, Kalsomlnliig, Wall Papor
ttlennlm; nnd General Contracting,
II. V. TUTIIILL
UIU Home Ht.
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No. 72 Main St.
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