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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 17, 1920)
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FOR SALE Real EaUte
WiT'i i i-irinnrnnnnn nixmnnnnrnni
1IOUMKH AMI MT8
Tho demand for tiroiiorlr of nil
kind I vory Reed, but wo Mill liavo
omo very Reed buys ns shown be be
eow: Good tlirco room houso on Grant
81.. nonr Third, at $800.
Hood six room houso and hnlt nero
of ground along tho rlver'at a bar
rain prlco of $3500. Just tho placo
for .fruit and garden. Let u show
How and modern Arc room fur
nltecd homo on pavement at a spec
lal prlco of 3S0O; terms.
New nnd modern flvo room platter!
H tiouse In excellent retldcnro sec
tion only two blocks from Main St.
on, pavement. Prlco Is only $4000;
Modern six room houso only ono
block from new school site In Pair
view No. 1 at a prlco of $3200, on
easy terms. Hotter tee It now.
Modern seven room houae only 3
tacks from Main St., on pavement
and In excellent neighborhood, at
Y4600; etty terms.
Modern eight room house only two
Mocks from Main St., 'at price of
Railroad Addition lot 25 ft. wide
n spnr near depot at $300.
Two R. R. Addition lots each 35
tt. wide, on spur at $600.
Main St. lot 23x100 at $1250, on
Corner lot on pavement TGxftA ft.
ne block from Main at $1600:
Fine corner lot on pavement four
Mock from Main, In excellent real
deace section at a bargain price of
Big lot In Falrvlew No. 2 at $2S0;
Pine view lot tn tho best part of
Hot Springs Addition at $450.
Another good one In Hot Springs
attcr.0, on terms.
Railroad Addn. lot CO tt. front,
near Sixths at $750.
Spring St. lot SO ft. front near Dig
Basin at SfiOO.
Main St. lot near new postofflce,
-30 ft. front at $200 a foot, on easy
Main St. corner near now post
offlce, 40x110 at $250 a foot; terms.
A fine plcco of Main St. property
near new postofflce.175 toot front at
a bargain price. Ask ut.
C33 Main ' Phone 66
TOR SALE Four room house on
Oregon Ave., on pavement, for
Two residence lots on 6th St.
MRS. NATE OT7ERHEIN.
527 Klamath Ave. Phone 461
FOR SALE Shlpplngton property
-on pavement; paving assessments
all. paid; 2 lots, each 50x204: hat 9
room house and 2 two-room houses.
Good rent .property, or deslrealil?
tomes. Wonld consider farm land
In tfcirti. Phono 43GW. ' 14-!6
Wo have fbr talo a choice '-
Hon of stock ranches, nlfnlfj
Tanches. marsh lands, city houses
and lots. It will pay v0u to see us
icfora fcajlnff". A. A. Bellman & Co.
40C Main St.
FOR SALE 120 sere's 7 miles north
of Klamath Palis; good pasture,
line potato land, free from frost.
Am leavint so wlfl s11 cheap. Call
at once, S02 Conger or Box 323 city.
LOTS From $100 up, In alt parts of
lOTS On pavement, $250 for cor
ners of 60x110.
1X)TS Intlde. $200 for 50x110.
liOTS-r-Large. Just off paved street,
$100 to $250.
Terms 10 per cent cash, balance In
uutsOJmenti to suit purchaser.
W. M. MONTELJUS
The Klamath Development Co.
1303 Main St. Phone No. 1
TOR SALE Farm Implements and
8 head of horses; 6 work horses
with harness. Also traction engine
and plows, CO h. p. Edgewood
JUaeh. phone 11F11. Rahn. 4-tf
FOR BALK OK TRADE '
Lots 393. 394 and 395. block 113.
TtUlU Addition. Will trade for eqnlty
la Fresno, Calif., Improved or unim
proved. Address Jt M. Platts. 1125
T St. Fresno, Calif. 25-tf
lOTS A few good lots In Hot Spings
addition, a tew leit on Shipping
toa pavement but going fast. Lots
of lots botween the. depot and Mills
addition. Prices right, terms 10 per
ea easn, oni. so payments. Phone
W. M. Montellus, 1303 Main tt. 1-tf
FOR 'SALE Miscellaneous
20 per cent off on all men's silk
a&irta at K. K. K Store. 12-tf
FOR SALE Dodge touring car,
nearly new; run less than 2000
Kites. New extra tire. Price $1300.
weum consiaor a ord In eood run
ulag.ordor as part payment. Address
it. ii. L.aurusen, n. Klamath, ore.
FOR SALE Used 1920 Model 490
Chevrolet touring, $800. Central
FWc SALE 1 Bulck and ana 7-pat-
Htudebakor. imperial Gar
For Your Chickens
FOR SALE Dresser, library table,
organ, mnndolln, springs, mattress,
sanitary col, injuring machine, Kdl
son cabinet phonograph with over
100 records, heater, baby buggy,
coaster, etc. Call at 904 Main St.
Special said on greceries: one .tack
Of corn meal FREE with every $15
grocery order. Spot Catli Basket!
urocery, :s Kiamatn Ave. is.tr
FOIt SALE SO hoad stock cattlo In
fine shape: now In pasture. Mutt
tell. H. J. Tlcknor, Langcll Valley.
FOR SALE Corner store paying
butlnest right man, map. Seo
1008 Main street. 10-tf
Olltedge Ruttor for
care. 202 Main St.
BLOCKS FOR SALE. $5.00 per cord
delivered. Phono 483M. J. N.
FOR SALE Two fresh cows, both
Durham. Wm. F. Jlnnette. Mer
rill. Ore. 1623
FOR SALE 2 Alrdale puppies, 2
montt old. Registered. Call 19
Main St. 12-17
Steel tanks and bios
1023 Main St.
pipe mado at
20 per cent off orf all men's and
boys' clothing at K. K. K. Store.
FOR SALE: Chevrolet In good con
dltlon. 418 N. 11th. 12s
FOR SALE Late model Haynes
five-passenger "Six:" excellent
conditien: been driven very little
and had fine earo. Can hardly be
told from new car. Will carry tho
wholo family It not more than ten.
Would consider tmalelr car In trade'.
Phoje 456W. 2-tf
Panama and ttraw hats at Vt price
at K. K. K. Store. 12-tf
FOR SALE 2 V, ton truck. Al con
dition. 'O. K. Blacksmith shoo.
Sixth St. 2S-tf
TEXTS TEXTS TENTS
IT. S. Government tents. Canvass
leather belting, one blacksmith out
fit, two spark arresters, one com
plete lighting system Max W!s.
Cth St., near Ewauna Box Factory.
PINE SHINGLES. $7
takealde Lumber Co.
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I WANTED Middle aeoil woman nni!
daughter to cook for small camp.
Box 23, Herald. 16-18
vvA.itu L.ei me uo your trantier
i, ulrn, reasonable ra.tes; also
block wood delivered $3 per cord.
rnone :&9K or Inquire 110 Sargant
WANTED to purchase a good alfalfa
ranch. Address Box H, Herald
WANTED Man and wife, without
children, to wotk on a ranch.
Good wages. J. P. McAullffe, Ft.
WANTED A middle aged lady to
care for old lady, days only. Good
wages. Frank Cros.fleld, Pelican
Bay Lumber Co. 15-17
WANTED J good live newsboys at
the Herald office. 2-tf
WANTED Grocery salesman,
erts L Whltmore.
nros WANTED ....
Proposals will be received up to
Tuesday, June 22, for the erection of
a school building, according to tho
plans and specifications on die In the
office of the clerk at the Klamath
State Bank. All bids to be accom
panied by a certified check of 5 per
cent ot me amount ot tne bid. Board
reserves the right to reject any and
IDA D. MOMYER,
10-23 School Clerk.
WANTED All kinds of scrap Iron.
old bones, rags, rubber and all
kinds of metals. Max Welts, 6th St.,
near Ewauna Box Factory. 24-tf
WANTED Man to drive
ranch. Phone 253-J.
FOR RENT OR LEASE
Small 'bedroom for
Phone 192W. 309
FOR RENT A large cabin, 1438
Fremont St.,. Hot Springs. 16-17
FOR RENT Furnished front room.
1736 Johnson .Ave. 15-19
Pasture for 4000 bead of sheen.
Edgewood Stock Ranch. Water and
feed In abundance. Head ot Swan
Lake Valley. See Rahn phone 11F11
THE EVENING HERALD,
FREE AUTO CAMP (MOUNDS Al
n arrangement madefor learns,
at Davo Turners Ham Home. l.nn-
Ult. P, R. nODDAIll) It attending
the convention of the Western Os
.tcopathls AsoVlatlon at San Francis-
co. no win return numi.ty, juno -,
RESULTS are being obtained at
Davo Tutuur'a Hath House" L.tngells
20 .per cont oft on all ihooa at K.
K. Ki Store. , 12-tf
Cllltcdgo Ilutter (or thoso
care. 202 Main St.
Printing, Stationery and offlct
supplies. Ploneor Printing and Sta
tionery company. 126 Main St. 9-tf
CITY GARBAGE When you want
garbage removed call 52J.
PHONE PEYTON tor wood. 181
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Between Dairy and Klamath
Falls, one suitcase with young
girl's wearing apparel. Reward; re
turn to Evening Herald. 16-20
LOST A Presto tank between
Klamath Falls .and Round Lake.
Reward It returned to R. H. Ma
honey, 815 Pine St., phone 339W.
FOR 8ALE flood saddle or pack
horse. White Pelican Hotel bar
ber shop. 16-1!
LOST Two 30x3 Vt Penn Vacum
cup casings, tubes and rim be
tween Klamath Falls and Ashland.
Vniifr lio.u n.. Kijmsih v.n.
, , . .... ,
tadloa gold watch, diamond tet;
also pearl broach. Reward If return-
ed to Mrs. Nettle Wallen. 1645 Wall
, rt "2 T"
LOST On Conger avenue, largo
knob from a brass bed. Reward
will bo paid for Its return to the City!
Tranafcr Co., 615 Main St. 3-tf ,
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USE GRANDMA'S SAGE TEA AND
SULPHUR RECIPE AND NO
BODY WILL KNOW
The use of Sage and Sulphur for
restoring faded, gray balr to ttt nat
ural color dates back to grandmoth
er's flme. She used It to keep her
hair beautifully dark, glossy and at
tractive. Whenever her balr took on
that dull, faded or streaked appear
plied with wonderful effeot.
ance, this simple mixture was ap
Rut brewing at home Is musty and
out-of-date. Nowadays, by asking at
any drug store for a 50 cent bottle of
"WyetbV Sage and Sulphur Com
pound," you will get tbls famous old
preparation, Improved by the addl
tlon of other Ingredients, which can
be depended upon 'to restore natural
color and beauty to tho balr.
A well known downtown druggist
tays It darkens tho balr so natural
ly and evenly that nobody can tell R
has been applied. You simply damp
en a sponge or toft brush with It,
and draw this through your hair, tak
ing one strand at a time. By morn
ing the gray balr disappears,, and af
ter another application or two, It bo-
comes beautifully dark and glossv.
Miss B. Fjillen-Burry was the first
geographer to visit so mo of tho un
known parts of the Bltmark Archi
pelago, Mlts Blanche Womack, who has
been appointed county clerk of
Iluena Vista county, Is the first wo
man to hold that position In Iowa.
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BONE FATTENING MASH, ALFALFA MEAL.
WHOLE AND CRACKED CORN
KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
f BY BULGARIA
SOFIA. Bulgaria, May 25. (By
MnlD Bulgaria must have n tvrrl
torlal outlet on the Aegean sea, Ivan
K. Gueshoff. one of Bulgaria' most
brilliant statesmen and formerly
prime minister, now a deputy of par
liament, bat told tho AsaoclateM Press
correspondent. "A more economic
outlet will be of no use to br and
the has categorically refused and will
refuse to accept It." ho wont on. "A
.lanco at the map ot the Balkan pen
Insula will prove that a port on tho
Aegean Is a matter of far more lm
porlanco to Bulgaria than Fiumu Is
"Wo know," continued M. Ouos
hotf. "that en the question of ethnic
and territorial claims of Bulgaria, tho
United States was overruled at the
peace conference. We are neverthe
less genuinely grateful to all thoso
Americans who. In the commissions
nppolntcd to study tho questions of
Thrace and the northern and western
frontiers of Bulgaria, gave conclu
slons In our favor. We now Implore
the generous help of the great Amer
ican people In tho solution ot a ques
tion fraught with momentous conse
quences to Bulgaria and to the pvaco
,,,, L,,ia . ,-u,,,,, iniiin
i ' - wbol, Balkan peninsula.
(Bulgaria ceded western Thrace
' under tho peace treaty and tho peace
conference awarded It to Greece.
This cut Bulgaria off (rem Its formor
... .... . ... .... .
I'"" ol "'-. "
ta. '- Ihu allies, promised her tho
league of nations would ghe ucr an
outlet on the Aegean )
. . . . . . ....
T1' ormer -'rlmu -----er. who
was edugatcd In England and who It
leader of the strong Nationalist party,
then discussed what bo termed tbo
allies' flagrant twtrayal of the prin
ciple of nationality." "Wo were
stunned," said M nucshoff, "when
wq heard that Bulgaria was con
demncd to lose districts tho Bui-
gnrlan character of which was never
contested and that while for certain
'disputed German region, tho plebls-
!cle wa permitted, the prlnclplo of
'self - determination wai. refuted the.
re-;i)UKarlan populations which wore
"In order to explain this flagrant
betrayal ot the principle of nation
ality." M Gueshoff continued, "tt
was alleged that tho Bulgarians Ueof jmi0, j92n nnd' approved by the
served to bo punished, first, becauso mayor on the Nth day of June, 1921)
they had fought against tho Entente' SalJ l,lan-1' specifications and estl
and then because they bad mX-Xln
ted atrocities. Tho Bulgarian people nnd In tho office of tint said engineer,
were ngalntt tho war. A falthlt The prnpo... contract will be 1c:
i,i., i.,. i ... i .i i, 'In ono coiuract. and 111" time In
.... , ,. . . , . ,. .
"Had the entente landed troopt al
8alonlkl before tho Bulgarian tuobll
Mxatlon of 1916, ns I then Insisted,
had Bulgaria the geographical situ
nOl.1-. S-.fT MAKMm It... llnlanaliiHa Moat at I.I
u..Uii ... uiwiv, nu ..u, ....ii.iii. wuuiu
have dono what the Grcoks did In
1917 and Bulgaria would novor bavo
gone with tho Central Empires.
Al. Gueshoff concluded tho Inter
view with a reference to tho alleged
Bulgarian atrocities, "n president
of tho Bulgarian Red Cross society,"
ho said, "In January, 1919, I pro
posed that an International commit-
..on should inquire Int. these so
called atrocities and those commit
ted by the other Balkan states. But
tho conference of rarls had decided
. .k...i ti..i i i.l . , ,
to throttle Bulgaria without giving
ber the opportunity of defending her
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NOTICE INVITING PROPOAALH TO
M.tKV STREET IMPltOVKMKNT
Pursuant to an ordinance and
order of tho Common Council
of the City of Klamath Falls,
Orrmui, notice Is horoby given
t hut proposals will bo rocolvod by
said Common Council for making the
Improvement designed for Klamath
Avimmi front oth stroot easterly to
ltth street Said Improvement to be
imidu In accordance with the plans
end specifications ot tho City Eugl
no or nnd fur one ot tho classes of
Improvement moullonod In said plans
ami specifications and tho ordinance
ordering said Improvement, which
said ordinance Is numbcrod C07 and
was adopted on tho 7th day of Juno,
1020, and approved by tho mayor on
the Nth day ot June, 1920,
Said Plans, specifications am) est!-
mates of tho City Engineer bolng
inn hi mo uiiiro ui tug I'uncn jiiiiki'
and In tho office of the said engineer
The proposed contract will be let
In one contract, and the time In
which the samo Is to bo completed
Is fixed by said ordinance on or be
fore October 15th, 1930, Bids must
bo filed with (ho Police Judge for
submission to tho council not later
thaa 8 o'clock p. m. ot tho 2 1st day
of June, 1120, and tho bids will bu
considered by the council Immediate
ly thoreatUr at tho Council Chamber
in said city.
Each proposal must bo accom
panled by a certified check on some
responsible banking Institution In an
amount oqaal to 5 per cent of the
aggregate amount of the proposal,
tie sarao to oe torreited to tho city
by the accetaful bidder upon failure
to entor Into contract and bond for
the faithful completion of the said
Improvement In accordance with the
plana and specifications therefor.
Tho City of Klamath Palls reserv
ing tho Tight at all times to reject any
and all proposals. The award to the
tuceosstul bidder It hereby made con
tingent upon tho tale of tho bonds
that will bo authorl-d for providing
funds for making such Improvement.
Tho plans, specifications and esti
mates above referred to embrace and
provide that tho proposed Improve
ment may be mado. tiling bltulltblc
or Oil Macadam and bids mm Invited
for each class, In addltlcn to grading,
curbing .drainage and cement side
walks. A. L. I.E.WITT,
Police Judge of the City of
Klamath Palls, Oregon.
NOTICE INVITING PROPOSALS TO
MAKE NTItKKT IMPROVEMENT
Pursuant to ordinance and order
of the Common Council of tliu City of
Klamath Falls, Oregon, notlro Is
hereby given that proposals will be
received by said Common Council for
making the Improvement designed
for Pine street from 8th street east
erly to 11th street Including Intersoc-
tlons not pared
to be made In
nrrorilnnnt with flin
I plans and specifications of the City
Engineer nnd fur nn nf I ho rlnmna
I of Improvement mentioned In said
plans and specifications and tho or-
jdlnancv ordering said Improvement.
which nnM ontlnanctf In ntitiUioriMl
fLftfi find U'ftfl nttntiffftl fin flut ?llt .Iriv
'which tho same Is to be completed 1st
,,, ,, ,, ortinnnc on or l.ofom
October 15th, 1930 Bids must bo
'I"'" w' "o Police Judge for tub-
J "cY p !."", ' of ,.. 2lsT day of
m . ....,. ... ....
juno, issu, anil llm olds will lio eon
sldnrcd by the council Immediately
thereafter at 'the Council Chamber
in taid city.
Eath proposal must bo accom
panied by a certified -Mieck on some
responsible banking Institution In an
amount equal to 5 por cent of the
aggregate amount of tho proposal,
tho samo to bo forfeited to the city
by tho, successful bidder upon failure
"" info contrast nnd bond for
&W C1nm.Pc,c,or?.,anc),) IVule
plans and spoclfloniinns therefor,
Tho'Clty of Klamath FalU rosorv
lnK -o.'-tht t all times to rojoct
ny "id all proposals, Tho award
lo tho Urce.sful bidder Is hereby
made contingent upon the salo of
I tho bonds that will ho authorized for
'providing funds for making suoh Im
The plans, specifications and esti
mates above referred to embrace and
provide that tho proposed Improve
ment may be made, using bltulltblc
or Oil Macudnm and bids are Invltod
for each class, In udltlon to grading,
aurblng, drainage and cement sldo
A. L. LEAVITT,
Police Judge of tho City of
'KJarnath Palls, Oregon.
NOTJCi: OP PINAL ACCOUNT
NOTICE IS IIEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned has filed In tho
County Court of Klamath County,
wrur.un, no iiiiiii account or his ad
ministration of tho L'stutn of Lou In
II. Dixon, deceased, and the said
Court hna fixed July 10, 1920, at thn
hour of 10 o'clock In tho formiooti
of said day. nnd the Court Room of
tho County Court of Klamath County,
Oregon, In Klamath Palls, Oregon,
as the date, time mid plane for tho
hnarliig of ohJectloiiH against mml
final uccount, If any theru bo, and for
tho settlement thoroof.
Administrator of the Estate
of Loulo B. Dixon, docoasod.
Juno 2-910-23-30 f
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This Hospital is fully equip
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DR. n. D. LAMB
1)11. II. D. LLOYD STEWART
ROBERT S. FRY
General Insurance Investment
707 WASHINGTON HT.
Klamath Falls, Ore.
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Phono 276-W. it-tf
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