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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 1, 1920)
- THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
HIS CUSSIF1ED COLUMN
FOR SALE Real Estate
7 room modern houso with two'pm, oltr. , .,. ., . . .
Infc In Mill- A.UIHnn In ,! lnri. F SALE 1 BUlCU and OHS .-pas-
tlon, barn, garage, outbuildings.
w in uiiiivu rtwu ..
good homo, l'rlco 14200; terms.
A room bungalow In Mills Addi
tion, completely furnllhed, nlco
yard, slindo trees, chicken yard and
houso, 2 1-2 dos, chickens, wood,
grnphaphonc; everything comfort
Able for n nice little homo, l'rlco
4 room house on Oregon ATe., on
pavement, l'rlco J 1230: $500 down;
5 room house a good buy for ono
wanting to buy 'home on easy terms,
l'rlco f 1250; $300 down and $50 per
One largo corner, 11th and Wash
ington, l'rlco flSOO: terms.
Ono nlco resldenco lot between
1st and 2nd St. on High. Prico $600,
$300 down; terms.
4 lots on Oregon Ave., on pare
ment. Prico $350 each.
A splendid farm homo 5 miles
from Klamath Falls, on highway.
130 acres ta cultivation, CO acres In
Irrigation, well Improved, bearing
orchard. Price $60 per acre.
MBS NATB OTTKKBKIN
527 Klamath Are. Phone 461
30-1 Klamath Falls, Ore.
FOK 8ALK OK TRADE
Deautlful resident lot two blocks
oS Main on 6th St. Will Uke car In
good condition as -part payment.
Small car preferred. Terms. In
quire Box R, Herald office. J0-1
FOR SALE Good lot, cor. Washing
ton and 3rd. Inquire 305 Pine
FOR SALE 132 feet on Pine x 120
on 4th, with one 6 room house and
one 12 room house on property.
Some terms. Ideal apt. house site.
Inquire 305 Pine SL 30-1
FOR SALE Lot one In block thirty
five. Hillside Addition; bargain:
terms If wanted. Address The Sil
ver State, Wlnnemucca, Nevada.
LOTS From $100 up, In all parts of
LOTS Onpavement. $250 for cor
ners nf 60x140.'-
LOTS Inside. $200 for 50x140.
LOTS Large. Just off paved street.
$100 to $250.
Terms 10 per cent cash, balance In
Installments to suit purchaser.
W. M. MONTELIUS
The Klamath Development fo.
1303 Main St. Phone No, 1
WILL SACRIFICE TEX LOTS
Beautiful lOtS On WOOd River. tWO
blocks town of Fort Klamath; lots
2 to nine Incltftlve. First addition,
Have owned these for 10 years. WIUjcome tgere and .tle tj,elr hm. ..
ell one or all. Mrs. Ceo. Capron,
Dakota Hotel. Grand Forks, North
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
FOR SALE Upright Washburn
piano, Lyon'sc Healy make: used
fourteen months. Will sell for half
price for quick sale. This Includes
bench. Can be seen at 1109 Pine.
FOR SALE-r-Ford delivery car.
Danner-Patty," or call 194. 30-1
FOR SALE Complete carpenter's
outfit at a bargain. Inquire Box
17, Herald office. 30-2
Used Can a Specialty
Chandler Six, seven
cord tires, extras.
Bulck Six roadster, 1920;
tire and cover.
Premier Six, real stage car.
Overland five pasenger a
Ford touring, new paint and a bar
gain. Overland club roadster, fine shape.
Dodge ifvc pascnecr, and a good
Any one of these cars will help
you cek'hrato the 4th. 29-1
FOR SALE Team of i year
dapple gray horses, sound
iruo, wiui neavy narncs3.
Team of blocks, very gentle, weight
2500, sound; heavy brltcben har
ness. Party leaving town Monday,
Must be sold quick. Seo them at O.
Also fine saddle horse with new
saddle, at give away price. O. K.
barn, seo Nyhart. 2D-tf
BLOCKS FOR SALE C per cord
delivered. Pbone 83M. J. M.
FdR Jdui" Chickens ILfS
FOR SALE C Al heavy milking
cow, four cliolco holffor calves,
1 horse, harness nml wngon, 1 good
saddle horso and a flno milk route.
'Price 1100. Phono 400W. 29-P
I ongor Studebaker.
cr.D.n 'fence posts
Split cedar fence pos'ts ready for
Immediate delivery, 40 cents each at
retail: $35 per hundred. lakeside
Lumber Co. '17-tf
FOR SALE Ono 14xlS slldo valvo
engine, two 54x16 II. T. boilers,
bolter-feed pump, piping, Tatves. etc.
Suttablo for saw mill. Apply Box
201. Dorrls, California. 1 9-tf.
PINK SHINGLES, $7.00
Lakeside Lumber Co.
FOR SALE Good paying restaurant
and contoctlonery business; good lo le lo
cateon: term to right party. Whlto
Lunch. 111! Main. 28-tf
FOR SALE One 1920 Chevrolet.
one 1917 Hupmoblle, one 1920
Dodge Sedan. All In good condition.
Central Oarage. 28-tf
U. S. Government tents. Canvass
leather belting, oae. blacksmith out
fit, two spark arresters, one "com
plete lighting system. Max Weiss,
6th St., near Ewauna Box Factory.
Special sale on groceries; ono sack
of corn meal FREE with every $15
grocery order. Spot CasL Daskot
Grocery, 822 Klamath Avo. 12-tf
Read Endcrs' ad.
for this week's
FOR SALE 2 4 ton truck. Al con
dition. O. K. Blacksmith shop.
Sixth St. 28-tf
FOR SALE Velvet rug. 9x12. samo
as now. and 1 rocker. Mrs. Wil
bur Jones, 215 High. 29-1
Wo take this opportunity of notl-
, fylng alt our old customers that Mr.
r.nuers nag Kindly granted us otllco
room at our former location, corner
fit), anil Main, fnr thA nnrtvwn nf -an!
tunK u our acounta. We would
thorp fnr a nv nil Mm. nvinr m
soon' as poslble as we wish to close
Roberts & Whitraore
FOR SALE Oood residence lots.
Inquire 1003 High. Phone 288M.
HOUSE MOVING Prompt, reliable
service. Phone 4 00 J. Ceo. Wll-
lard Smith. 30-6
Means Oil Stoves, and oil
stoves means economy and comfort.
Incidentally Perkins can supply you
with stoves and ovens at prices you
can afford to pay. Also remember If
It U furnlturo you want, we have It,
(aa long as you want what we have.)
It it is a trade you want, we have It.
PERKINS FURNITURE HOUSE
The furnisher of happy homes.
122-116 N. 6th St., Klamath Falls,
CITY GARBAGE When you
garbage removed call 62J.
Make reservation for board and
room at Dave Tumor's bath house,
Langell Valley. 29-8
Printing, Stationery and office
supplied. Pioneer Printing and Sta
tionery company. 126 Main St. 9-tl
) PHONE PEYTON for wood. 187
Any parties having ice cream pack
ers belonging to tho Klamath Falls
creamery will please return them at
l once or phone to 74 and thoy will bo
caned for. itiamatli Fails Creamery.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Saturday night between tho
K. K. K. store and tho tent show,
one light brown bill book with em
blem of the U. S. marine corps burnt
on It and my discharge from the U.
S. M. C. Finder please leave at' Her
ald office. 15.00 reward. A L.
MEN FOR 1.AT1I Mll.li WANTK1);,, '" ', , ,""" ' """""
At ouco for Miller .& Powell's lath "'" '" lmiiloimnls to Login liuylitR
mill nt Pine Ridge. V Apply Miller to his bontostoad up tlio river, where
Photo Co., nil. Main.
HOYS WANTED To deliver papers.
232 Mnln. II. Richardson. 30-1
WANTED TO RENT Dy long torra
tenant, 6 or 8 room house, modern.
Address Hansen, care Chaliaa Lbr.
& Uox Co. 25-tf
WANTED Otrl to help with house
work for few weeks. Phono 41)5,
WANTED At once, second hand
Ford touring ear, for cash. Call
nt John Llskey ranch, Swan Lake. ,
lnundrv and. housework. Small
WANTED All kinds of scrap Iron.
1.l laai aitltttrtia nci.l nil
kinds of metau". Mix We'lss.'tith St..
near i.wauna uox rnciory. . i-u
We pay highest market prico for
good cream. Gilt Edge Cruatnory Co.
202 Main St. 25-tf
....Mrs. Don Zumwolt announce
trrm of Vocal Icmsimm by the eminent
teacher, Mr. II. 11. Pusraore. For
rates and orrnagemcnU phono or see
Mr. ZumwaJt. 29-1
THE ARCADE HOTEL
1033-34 .MAIN HT.
PHONE -477-J ,
The place nlth home comfort,
clranlliiPM, plenty of frrnli air
and no Inside rooms.
Everything nrr from top to
bottom and rate to meet your
Tilt; USK OF these columns
make money for you.
Kidney, liver, bladder and uric maU
trouble! arc most dangerous be
cause of their insidious attacks
Heed the first warning they givi
that they need attention by taking
The world's standard rtmedy far Hum
disorders, will ofun ward off lbs dls
asM and strangthsn ' ths body against
farthsr attacks. Tbrss slxtt, all draorUM.
Ufe t- tk mmmm OU M4l m mimr fcw
X UNTIL ABOUT JULY 7TH
2 i We will be able to fill orders for
Royal Anne Cherries
Delivered FRESH Direct from our orchard to : ;
your home by express or parcels post 'All charges : :
Order your CANNING CHERRIES now they
are ripe and ready for delivery now.
PRICE $3.50 PER BOX
(Each box weighing about 23 pounds)
All express or parcels post charges prepaid by us.
Our cherries are known as the finest in the Rogue
River Valley. Once you have tasted them you will
have no other.
Do not delay in sending in your order
DO IT TODAY
Fill out the blank below and send us samo with
f Enclosed plcnso find ?
Express (or Parcels Post)
ANNE CIinniUES, delivered frog
(Remit by money order or check)
SEND IN YOUR ORDER EARLY. ADDRESS
, GROWING MASH,
, MASH. ALFALFA MEAL.
WHOLE AND CRACKED CQHNiftfrtftiS
LANGEMj YtVM.KY ?KVH
t .ml tlnllitiinlil linn lotitu Imiultiit
he has iilimil (Ifi acres et ryo ready
for hnrvvHtliiK. Ho Iiiih been nldtiil
by Cecil .ami Virgil Deal, mid Htmd.'j
Mrs. "jlclHiiinld ami .llsa Jnhiiun.i
.Sol Dewey Jr , nml Mr. Rulaud
visited the LaiiRoll lumber mill Wed
ucsday of last week.
Jainoa llmitloy has been engaged
In shearing the sheep on, tlto Ivan
Kllgorujilure the List week. He has
had a number of spectators, us this
Ih ii novelty to many memthSrs of thn
valley, to see shearing by machinery.
Will Campbell acciiiipiintod
0car and Lawrence Campbell visited
his place, Thursday
I'erlllDtmt mudn a trip to Ktnimtth
rails Friday and returned with a
m,w cJf ou ,loor'
LookH like tirm
i U. S. It. S. men went fishing Sun
day In I.n.U river near the bridge.
Ono of the most pleasant social
gatherings that has been held lu tho
valley took place Sunday ut tho homo
of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Kllgoro, when
they. entertained at dinner and after
noon lunch, Mr. and Mrs. Varren
Kllgoro utid family, Mrs, Sol Dewey,
Sr., Miss .Margaret Lord, Mr. and
Mrs. Ivan Kllgore, Mr, and Mrs.
James Malone, Sol Dewey and Bunny
Casey and family. The hostess was
ably assisted by Mrs. Allda Duncan.
Ueorgo Klllolt was a passenger on
the stago the other morning, making
tho round In ono day, and returning
to his homo over the mountain that
Mrs. tleorgo Noble, Sr., of Ash
land who bus bean visiting at tho
home of John Noble, spent the night
at Mrs. Etta Mnlono's and left via
stoke for her homo, Monday.
Mrs. .Deal had as visitors Friday,
Mrs, Emma Kllgoro aud Allda Dun'
Miss Murgarot Lord assisted Mrs
Warren Kllgore with sowing last
Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Grobs re
turned from lliinrock Ranch No. 1
When returning, they spent the aftor-
noon at Sol Dewey's, Sr,
Messrs, John and Davo Turner
visited Ivan Kllgoro Wednesday.
Mrs. Wurd Ferguson of Los An
geles Is expected soon to spend tho
summer with her mother, Mrs. Sol
Several stockmen havo boon riding
for beef thn past week and report tho
cattle looking good, the grass flno
and much fat beef.
1), U. Horn and ssn. Dewey, camo
I up from Ilonanza, Saturday evening.
One thing that pleases tho people
In Upper Langell valloy, perhaps
more than any 'other thing lately,
is the. good road work that Is being
done In the Junipers Just cast of
James Malone's place. The road Is
being widened, straightened and
,.., for which ploaso sond mo by
, boxes of nOYAL
without cost to mo.
1 Jump from Bed
in Morning and
Drink Hot Water
Tcll why everyone should drink f
not vvaur each morning
To seotho healthy bloom lu your
(ace, to sJM) your skin get denier
and 'clearer, to wnko up without n
liendache, backucho, ciinted Uiiikihi
or u nasty breath, In fact to feel inr
lieHt, day In and day out, Just try In
sidu Imthlng every morning for n
Ileforo breakfast each day, drink
In kIhss of real lint water with u lea-
spoonful of lluiestono phosphate In
II as ij hannless means of washing I
,.,, n,n .i.,,..,i, u... ii.i,.n.. ,.,.,1 '
from tho stomach, liver, kidneys mid
bowels the previous days Indigest
ible waste, sour Idle and toxins, thus
cleansing, sweetening mid purifying
(he entire alimentary rami I before
putting more food Into the Htnmnch,
Tho uctlon of hot water and lime
stone phosphate 'oii an empty stom
ach la wonderfully Invigorating. It
cleans oat nil the sour fermonta,
lions, gases and acidity mid gives
ono a fine appetite for bionkfnst,
A quarter pound of lluiestono
phospbato will cost very little nt tho
drug storo, but Is sufficient to ilolu
onstrate that thoso who nro subject
to cotutlpatlon, bilious attacks, ncld
stomach, rheumatic twinges or whoe
akin Is sallow or pallid, that ono
week of Insldo bathing wilt have
then looking aad feeling better ev
graded Into fine shape. This Is tho
first real work that has been done up
here for about three years, and the
Interest In thu affair Is much. Those
helping Mr. Wlnnurd are I're.l Hilton,
Dunny Casey, John Noble, Carl Deal,
Warren and Merle Kllgore.
At the school election Carl Deal
was re-elected director, and u teacher
Merln Kllgoro has been out to
Cloar lake riding for horses tho past
Jack llllllngsley Is looking tor Mrs.
Dilllngsluy home from California
where she has been teaching school
tho last year.
Many In tho valley aro planning to
go to Illy for the celebration on the
Fourth of July.
A flood of water was turned down
from Clear luko Inst week nnd helped
make bay. It Is thought mvamp land
owners will begin cutting hay soon
nfter July 18. .
John Noble and family worked on
a fence ho Is constructing, Monday,
Everett Malone and John Horn
havo been gathering cattle from Lan
gell valley.mountnln this week.
Merle and Herbert Huntley has
been herding their father's sheep for
thn post two weeks.
quite a rnvflli'cade of our near
neighbors from Klamath reservation
has been returning from Clear lake
and California where they huvo been
to dig spawn, and Incidentally to
Name "Bayer" on Genuine
"Ilayor Tahlols of Aspirin" Is gen-
ulno Aspirin proved safe by millions
and preicrlbed by physicians for over
20 years. Accept only an unbroken
Bayer package" which contains
proper directions to relievo Head
ache, Toothache, Earache, Neuralgia,
Itheumntlsm, Colds nnd Pain. Handy
tin boxes of 12 tublots cost few cents.
Druggists also sell' larger 'illayer
packages." Aspirin Is trudo mark
Ilayor Manufacture Monoacetlcacl-
detitor of Sallcyliracld.
NOTICE OP HALE OF DRAINAGE
SEALED PROPOSALS will bo ro-
relveil by tho Hoard of Supervisors
of tlio Klnmath Dralnngn District of
Klamath County, Oregon, nt tho of
flco of said Hoard which Ih In I ho
Court IIoubo In tho City of Klamath
I'iiIIh, Oregon, for thn pnrchnNo of
I2OU.0OU.00 nf tho Horns of Had
Klamath Drnlnago District, until thu
tint I tf lllfn l'llilnV lii llm iiflimnniin
11VI4I W ITIU W IMin. Ill till) IlllUI 1 1 II If 1 1
on thu 17th day of July, A. D. l'Jl'0.
Sola Hondo nrn to bo dated July
let, 1920, and aro to hour lutoriHt
from dato at tho rato of six por cont
per nnnum, paynhlo on tho first day
of January and tho find day of July
of each O'cnr.
Tho Hoard of Supervisors rnsorvo
tho right to roject any und all pro
posals for any reason and If not sat
isfactory to said Hoard.
Address nit communications nnd
all proposals to tho undorslgnod.
O. R. DE LAP,
Socrotary of Klamath Drainage
District, Klamath Fulls, Orogon.
June 11-July 15,
Murphey Feed &
A thoroughly oiinlpped Institution
affording unexcelled facilities for the
irlimtlflii treatment by hospital Inoth
oils of medical, surgical and obstet
Tlio now and modern fireproof build-,
Mm: conlnins private rooms for bod
and iinibululory casus, completely,
'equipped examination and treatment
rooms, Roentgen Hay, clinical and,
WARREN HUNT, M. U.
L. L. TRUAX, M. II.
(li:0. A. MA88EY. M. D.
I'OUUTII AND PINE HTJ
KLAMATH KAI.I.fl. ORM.
Dr. Maud Ingeraoll Hawlsy,
rirst National Dsnk Building
Entrance, noon I
Is located on The Esplanade!
away from the noise, sur
rounded by one of the most
beautiful views in the world.
This Hospital is fully equip
ped to handle the most diffi
cult cases and has a staff of
physicians that insure the
iii'Kh character and effi
ciency of the institution.
DH. K. D. JOHNSON
DR. O. II. MEnflYMAN
DR. T. C CAMPDELL
dr. OEonoE i. wmaiiT
DR. E. D. LAMD
DR. II. D. LLOYD STEWART
ROBERT S. FRY
General Insurance Investments
707 WASHINGTON HT.
Klamath Falls, Ore.
of tla aad sheetlroa work, vea
tllatsas; aad warn air heatiaaj
doae at the Hhaaann Plamblaa;
Hhop. No. IMS Mala M.
L. N. HAINES
Klamath-Bend Auto Stag
A dally auto atsca sanrlea la
oneratlnsr between Klamath !
and Bend. Offlcos Res cafe and Met
ropolitan Oarage. O. I. Rockard.
Phone 276-W. 2 7-tf
Does tho word strlko torror to your
heart, or is your proporty protected
sufficiently by Insurance In a reliable
company? In this day of high cost
of material, scarcity of homes, no
ono should loavo their prepurty un
protected. Let us explain to you the
speulal Insuranco system under
which wo protoct your- homo In tho ,
lending lusuriinco companies of
Amsrlca. James II, Drlscoll, Room
i, Loomla Uulldlug. Phono 432.
Practical Painting, Gilding, Bronzing,
Kiuimollng, Kalsomliilng, Wall Puper
Cloaulng nnd aenoral Contracting. S
II. O. TUTHILL
Ulil Rose Ht.
WEST END CAFE
No. 72 Main St.
Meals served family style
Gall and give us a trial