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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 7, 1920)
WMDOTMBAr, JUNK T, I MM
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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WOS CLASHED COLUMNS
FOR SALE Rel Estate
FOR SALfcs Good lol on Sixth, 2Vi
blocks from Main, Glx9l: 1775:
flno residence location; terms.
llKnirfl A SNAP Four room nnd
'bath, on tlio hill, near hlnh schoel:
lot r.2xll0; $1250 CAih. balance tn
ior month. An neat a lllllo home as
thero In In the city.
MltM. NATE OTTKRIIKIN
527 Klamath Avo. 6-8
FOR 8ALE Oae o( Klamath Falls'
wont beautiful homei, largo
grounds, flno vlow, ahndo and shrub
bery, cloio In and vcrr cheap; as
owner fa leaving tdwn. Some very
cholro housea and lota In all parts of
town nt bargain prices. A good as
sortment of dairy and stock ranches.
It you want anything In Real Kstate
aeo A. A. Ilcllman Co., 40 Main
8t, ' ' J-it
FOR SALE Lot one la block thlrty
ro. HllUlde Additien: bargala:
tarns If wanted. Address) The flo
rae SUte, wfaaemucea, Narad.
FOR SALS CHEAP A nice big one
room house, 21x30 feet, with well
and one acrs.otMaad la Dairy Ore.
Price reasonable. Box 10 4 5, Klam
ath Falls. t-13
LOTS From f 100 up, la all parts of
LOTS Oa pavement. 1250 for cor-
aera of IOiIIO. " '
LOTS Inside,- $300 for. 50x140.
LOTS Largo.-aat oK pared street.
too to;$$io: ,
Terms 10 aer cent cash, balance la
laatallmenta to aatt purchaser.
W. M. MONTKLIU8 '
The Klamath Develonaieat Co.
1S03 Main St. Phone No. 1
Portland lots or farm In Jackson
coanty. Ore., for Klamath Falls prop
arty. V. C. Renter. St. Maries. Ida
FOR SALE MiKcIUneoua
Big bargain In mouses. See' Ger
trude A Co. ad. C-7
FOR SALE OR LKASB Apartment
house, good opportaalty. (07 High
Rooming house, best location In
town; lease to Jane 1. 1921. Furni
ture and accommodations for over
thirty. Also optloa to purchase
building. Ill health, reasoa for sell
lag. 705 Mala St.. cor. 7th. 6-10
Personal property for sale at at
tract re price. v
A typewriter la perfect running
A tire paaenger touring car. has
ran onlyMI.OOO miles, is better than
a new one.
An electric range in good working
A Victor safe, good as a new one.
weight 1800 lbs.
Above must be sold at once and no
reasonable offer will Im refosed.
J. F. MAOU1RE, 715 Main St.
FOR SALE Folding bed, $15.
Helms Apt. 6-8
PASTURE FOR SALE 160 acres of
rye near Malln. not quite good
enough for hay. Tip-top feed. In
quire James M. Watktns, Jr., 410
tth St., phone 38R. 2-7
FOR SALE-Bllrertone graphaphone,
1 Crown organ. 1103 11th St. .
FOR BALE Team of 4 year
dapplo gray horses, sound
true, with heavy harness.
Team of blacks, very gentle, weight
1600, sound; heavy britehen har
ness. Party leaving town Monday;
Must be sold quick. See them at O,
Also flno saddle horse with new
addle, at give away price. O. K.
barn, sco Nybart. 25-tf
FOR SALE Young Jersey cow,
high test; milk 20 lbs. a day now,
'Also 1 dozen white Leghorn hens
and rooster. Call or address 6 U.S.
8th St. 6-7
FOR SALE Wicker baby buggy, al
most now. 1028 High, phone
BLQCKS FOR SALE $5 per cord
delivered. Phono 483M. J. iM.
CEDAR FENCE POSTS
Bplit cedar fence posts ready for
immediate delivery, 40 cents each at
retail; $35 per hundred. Lakeside
Lumber Co. 17-tf
FOR EXCHANGE A Cole 8, 7 pas-
eager, good condition, for lighter
ear. See car at 310 High St. 8-9
FOR SALE Team; weight 3100
lbs., wagoa and harneaa. Inquire
Kink & Woodson's blacksmith shop,
on 6ta ft. 6-8
For Your Chickens
Try the White Lunch for dellclouly
homo cooked tuoals under tho now
TOR SALE I Bulck and ana "pan
engor Studebakor. . Imperial Onr-
FOR BALK Ono 14x18 slldo valro
engine, two 64x16 II, T. Dollars,
boiler-feed pump, piping, rakes, otc
Suitable 'tor saw mill.-- Apply -Box
201, Dorrls, California. 1 9-tt.
PINK SHINGLES. $7.00 per M
Lakosldo Lumber Co. 7-tf
FOR SALE Good Daring restaurant
and confectionary business; good lo
cation; terms to right party. Whito
Lunch; 1122 Main. 38-tt
FOR SALE One 1930 Chevrolet.
ne 1917 Hupmoblle, one 193,0
Dodge Sedan.. All In good condition.
Central Oarage. 28-tf
TENTS TEXTS TENTS
U. S. Government tents. Canrasa
leather belting, one blacksmith out
fit, two spark arresters, one -complete
lighting system. Max Weiss,
(th 8t, near Ewauna Box Factory.
Special sale on greceries: one sack
of torn meal FREE with every $15
grocery order. Spot CasU Basket
Grocery , 823 Klamath Are. 13-tf
Read Endera' ad.
for this week's
FOR SALE 3H ton truck. Al con
dition. O. K. Blacksmith shoo.-
8lxth St. ' 28-tf
Try the White Lunch for doticloaslr
home cooked meals under the new
BEAT THE HIGH COST OF KUGH
Wit maltA Fluff rtlw nt Ihni nM
carpets, rugs and old clothes. Phone
G6 Baldwin Hotel for Rug Man.
Portland Rug Co. 6-7
For general hauling and deliver
ing call 521.
LOUIS DELIVER!' SERVICE
Make reservation for board and
room at Dare Turner's bath house,
Laugell Valley. 29-8
Printing, Stationery and office
supplies. Pioneer Printing and Sta
tionery company 126 Mala 8t. ' -U
"HONE PETTON tor wood. 17
Try the White Lunch for deliclously
home rooked meals under the new
Let me do your transfer work;
reasonable ratea. Also blocks de
livered, $5 per cord. Phone 269R,
or inquire 1410 Sargent Are. 6-10
FOR RENT OR LEASE
ROOM TO RENT 59 Washington.
FOR RENT Two bedrooms for
gentlemen. 115 Pine St. 6-7
WANTED Young gentleman wants
board and room vjlth private fam
ily. Address Box E, Herald office.
WANTED Cook; Klamath General
First cla'ss painter wanted. 59
Fastest circular sawyer in the
county onen for Dosltlen: mfzht can.
aider position as foreman. Address
u, iieraiu.. 3-8
WANTED To lease four or Ave
room bouse furnished or Infurn-
Ished. Best of care assured. Best
references. Phone 263W. 2-8
Old furniture to repair and refln
ish. We re-allver your old mirrors
and make new furniture to order.
Call and see us. 106 Main St. 2-8
CITY OARBAOE When you want
garbage removed call 10F-23.
WANTED TO KENT By loa tern
tenant. 6 or I raaaa kanaa. sandara.
Addraai Haaiea, aara CaalsM Lar.
BOX UO. ID-U
WANTED At once, second hand
Ford touring car. for cash. Call
at jonn Liskey ranch. Swan Lake.
WANTED Woman to do cooking,
laundry and housework. Small
family. Phone 402. , 19-tf
WAITED All kinds of scrap Iron.
viu uoues, rags, runner ana all
kinds of motals. Max Weiss, 6th St.,
near Ewauna Box Factory. , 24-tf
Wa.pay highest market pnea for
good cream. Ullt Edgo Creamery Co.
303 Main St. 2G-tf
ANNAPOLIS FOUNDED IN 1604
Nova Scotia Esrlltst Coonlid Land
In North Am,rfc, With Excep
tion of St Augustine.
Nora Scut In may Iny claim to he
llti: die earliest colonized Inuil In North
America, with tlio exception of ft. Au.
RuMlne. Kin., ntietv the Spnnlh
iiilillolimvnt was made a early a
.!". Port Bojnl, now the little town
if Annapolis, was founded In 1001.
three years before tin EtiglMi settled
hi Jnmotovn. The brine French
iloneers found It neceary to sin
Vend their colony for three year, hut
the settlement was rv-etabllhed In
1(110 by a group of Acadian.
The Acadian were In nlmot con
stant conflict with the English. TI.e
Volony fell Into the hand of the Eng
lish twice, and was each time returned
to the French before the EnglNh Anal
ly raptured It In 1710. The Acadian
remained steedfnM In their hope that
French rule would some day retnrn.
bnt their hope was destined never to
be realised. They, however, persisted
It: maintaining their Identity even
gainst the English tnlstcnce that
they abandon their allegiance to their
The descendants of the Acadian,
numbering 500.000. are to be fonnd In
Maryland. Virginia, the Carolines.
Ceorgla and Louisiana. When the
Arndlana were expelled from the Basin
of Mens. Grand Pre. when they re
fused to take-the oath of fealty to the
Engtlh sovereign In 173.1. many of them
escaped to the wilderness and later
drifted back to their former homes' only
to nnfl them oeeupieii ny new sewer
from New England states.
DEEP RESPECT FOR SAB3ATH
Writer's Recollection of How Day
Used te Be Observed When He
Was a Small Boy.
My mother was born and reared In
a little country village In western New
Tnric, On the farm where my grand
mother lived. It wm the custom to be
gin Sunday on Saturday night nt
sundown. The "hired man" came In
from the chores, grandmother put
auny all her work In the kitchen, and
then tho entire family gathered In the
liest room and studied the Sunday
whool leason. or had a reading from the
Bible, led by grandfather, ami nil the
family retired not later than nine
In the morning after doing none but
the absolutely necessary chorea on the
farm, the team that hail not lieen used
the day In-fore wn hitched up to thel
big four-seated wagon and the entire
family. Including the "hired" help, went
to church. There was preaching serv
ice in the forenoon, and then we ad
journed to a lunch fort ourselves and
tin team. Then we wnt In to n Sun
day school service, and nfter an Inter
val there was another prcnrhlng serv
ice, nfter which we hitched up and
drove slowly back to the farm.
That was the way Sunday was Kept
In wptfrn New- York a little more
than fifty lears aco. I can remem
ber hearing my mother say that when
he was a girl In the same New ork
tatn village, she was not allowed lo
walk xc.pt to the cemetery and hack.
on Sunday, and was not allowed to
rend any books except the Bible and
"Fox's Book of Martyrs." Christian
Rebuilding Guatemala City.
Guatemala city, In the republic of
the same name which was the scene
of-one of the most violent earthquakes
In Central American history, during
the latter months of 1017 and the enrly
part of 11)18, Is now being gradually
Guatemala wns for centuries tlio
home of tho Mayn-Qulch Indian. At
Qulrlgua are located homo of the inont
remarkable ruins In the Americas
monolAh reemblliiB Egyptian obe
IU!h, from tlio top of which gigantic
face stare at thu Intruder. Excava
tion In the Iclnlty hate revealed the
ground plan of what must hnu Utn
n remarkable and Imposing temple. A
bulletin of the National Geographic
witty states that In the mountains of
Kouthwentern Guatemala Hie pure
blooded Indians who are known for
their physique, cleanliness and scrupu
A Classified Ad will Mil It.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
CHICK FEED, GROWING MASH
BONE FATTENING MASH, ALFALFA
BEND. July 7. I,. O, Colomuu.
Bend poslotflco employee, was ren
dered totally deaf when he ruptured
his ear drum In a dive at the "V"
tank, lie loft to commit a specialist
GRANTS PASS. July 7. A. !l
Carson, ono cf the oldest pioneers of
Josephine county, dropped dead whll
nt work nt hi ranch. "Itvdlnnds,"
SUMMONS FOR Pt'ltl.HWTION
Equity N. IUtl.1
In the Circuit Court of tho State
of Oregon for Klamath County
I,. Jacchs, Plaintiff, vs. E. A, Kloly
and W. II. McCoy, co-pnrtnera as
Kloly and McCoy, J. A, Williams and
W. C. Crittenden; nlso, all other per
sons or parties unknown claiming
any right, tllte, estate, lien or Inter
est In the real estate described In tho
complaint heroin, Defendants.
To E. A. Klely and W. 11. McCoy,
co-partners aa Klely and McCoy, J. A.
Williams and W. C. Crittenden; and
to all other persona or parties nn
known claiming any right, title, os
tate, lien cr Interest In the real es
tate doscrlbed In the complaint hero
in. Defendants: .
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
You, and each and all of you, are
hereby summoned to appear aad
answer the complaint filed agalaat
you In the above entitled suit, within
six weeks from the 7th day if July,
1930. the date of the first publication
of thta summons In the Evening
Herald, a dally and weekly new
paper published at Klamath Falls,
Klamath County, Stato of Oregon
and of general circulation In said
county and atate;
And you will take notice thtt It
you fall to appear and answer qr
otherwise plead within said tlmo, the
plaintiff for want thereof wilt apply
to tho above entitled court ror tho
roller demanded In his complaint
filed In this suit, as follows
For a decree of said court remov
ing al clouds from the tltlo of the
said property heroin described, and
determining nil ndvwroe claims of
said defendants, or any or either of
them, or any other persons or partlos
theroln. nml quieting the title or the
land described In tho complaint
heroin, as follows, to-wlt:
"Commencing at thu Intersection
of tho Westerly lino of Eleventh
Street and tho Northerly lino of High
Street In the City of Klamath Falls,
Oregon; thence Southwesterly along
tho Northerly line or mgb Street 120
feet: thence Northwesterly at right
angles to High Street 120 feet;
thence Northvasterly parallel with
the Northerly lino of High Stroot 120
tcet to tho Westerly linn of Eleventh
Street: thence Southeasterly along
the Westerly linn cf Eleventh Street
ISO feet to the place or beginning;
and being a portion of Lots K. F and
O of Block 45. Nichols Addition to
the City of Klamath Falls, Oregon
(Situated In tho Southeast quarter
of the Southeast quarter of Section
29 Township I8 South of Range 9
East of tho Wlllametto Meridian.)":
and declaring the said plaintiff to bo
th, owner thereof In fee simple, and
that tho defendants, anil oach or
them, and all other persons. Includ
ing said persons unknown, bo fororer
enjoined and debarred from asserting
any claim whatorer In or to said land
adverso to tho plaintiff heroin; and
for such qlber and further roller as
to tho court shall seem moet and
agreeable to equity.
This summons Is published pur
suant to an order of the Hon. D. V.
Kuykendall, Judge of the abora en
titled court, made on the 6th day or
July. 1920, and the first publication
thoreof Is made In the Evening
Herald on the 7th day of July. 1920.
and the last publication will be made
on the 18th day or August, 1920,
J. H. CAKNAHAN,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
WHEN YOU ME
UP DRINK GLASS
, OF HOT WHTEB
Wuh poisons and toxins Iron
system Mtore putting
food into stomach.
Wash yourself on tho Insldo before
breakfast like you do on tho outsldo.
This la vastly more Important bo
causo the skin pores do not absorb
Impurities Into the blood, causing
illness, whllo the bowel pores do.
ror every ounce oi rooa ianon into
tho stomach nearly an ounco of
waate material must bo carried out
of tho body. It this waste Is not
eliminated day by day It quickly
ferments and genoratea poisons,
gasos and toilns which aro absorbed
or suckod Into the blood stream,
through tho lymph ducts, which
should suck only nourishment.
A splendid health measure la to
drink, beforo breakfast each day, a
glass of hot water with a teaspoon
ful of llmostono prospbate In It,"
which Is a harmless way to wash
these poisons from the stomach,
llvor, kidneys and bowols; thus
cleansing, sweetonlng and freshen
ing the alimentary canal before eat
ing more food.
A quarter pound of llmostono
phosphate costs but rery little at tho
drug store, but Is sufficient to make
anyone an enthusiast on Insldo bath
H- Murphey Feed &
BIS EATERS GET
The American mon nnd women
must guard constantly against Kid
ney trouble bacnum wo oat too much
and all our food la rich. Our blood
I filled with uric acid which tho kid
ney atrlvo to tutor out, they wenkVn
from overwork, become sluggish;
tho otlmlnstlvo tlssuos clog and (he
result Is kldnoy troublo, "bladder
wnnknoM and a soncral docllnu In
Whon your kidneys feel like
lumps of lead; your back hurts or
tho urine la cloudy, full of sodlment
or you are obliged to aook relief two
or threo times r alght; It you urMr
with sick haadacho or dlixynorvnu
spelts, acid stomach, or you have
rheumatism whan tho weather , la
had, get from yoar pharmacist about
four ounces of Jad Salts; take n
tablespoonful In a glass of watvr be
fore breakfast for a few days and
your kldaaya will then act Ann. This
famous salta Is made from the acid
of grapes and lemon Juice, combin
ed with llthla, and has been used
for geaaratlona to flush and stlmu
Iste clogged kidney; to neutrallte
the acids In the urlno so It no longer
Is a source of Irritation, thus end
ing bladder disorders
Jad Baits is Inexpensive; eannot
Injurs, makes a delightful efferves
cent llthla-water bovnrage, and be
longs In every home, because no
body can make a mistake by having
a good kidney Aushlng any time.
IAST TOWN OIUEIt
IAVH DOWN II IH ItKI.I,
PROVINCETOWN. Mass.. July 7.
Prorlncetown's, town crier, said to
bs tho last of the profession In
Amorica, has hung up hU belt and
aanoanced that he ha cried hi last
message, For 23 ( years Walter'
Smith has plodded the two mites of
tho town's only street, announcing
tho time and place of eent of In
terest, from sales of flsh to the elec
tion of tho president Now, In his
sovontloth year, he aayi bo I
through, nnd there Is no one In sight
to succeed him.
Tho old crier's last cry was for
tho re-opening of tho Church of tho
Pilgrim founded In 1711 and which
had been closed for n yoar.
TO THE INSURING IMTIILIO
Please take notice that policies
numbered 182200 to 182201 Inclus
ive of the Eastern Underwriters
Agency of the Camden Fire
Insuraaeo Association of Cam
den, wore delivered to Richard
K. Smith, agenta for the company at
Klamath Falls, Oregon, and that said
policies have been lost or stolen and
the above Insurance company glrea
notico that It will not bo held liable
for claim for any loss or damage
which might occur under said poli
cies. You will confer a favor by re
porting any Information relative to
said pollclfis to the oflU'ti of
EDWARD B. POTTER A SONS,
578 Sacramento St., San Francisco.
In the Circuit Court of tho State of
Oregon, for the County ot Klamath.
Irene V. Alexander. Plaintiff, rs.
John Thomas Alexander, Defendant.
To John Thomas Alexander, Defend
In tho name of the State of Oregen:
You are hereby required to appear
and anawer the complaint filed
against you In the above entitled suit
on or before the fifth day of August,
1920, that being the expiration of tho
six weeks publication of this sum
mons ss prescribed by the order for
publication thereof, made by the
court, and If you fall so to anawer.
the plaintiff will take a default and
decree against you dissolving the
bonds of matrimony existing between
the plaintiff and yourself, and also
such other and furthor relief, Includ
ing nllmony, as to tho Court may
seem Just and oqultahlo.
This Hummons I published by or
der cf Hon. I). V. Kuykendall, Judgo
of tho nliovn nnuied court, duly inudo
on thu 2-1rd day of Juno, 1920.
Tlio ilatn of tho first publication
hurcor is Juno 23, 1920.
F. II. MILLS.
Attorney for Plaintiff,
Klamath Falls, Ore.
NOTICE OF SALE OF DRAINAGE
SEALED PROPOSALS will bo re
ceived by tho Board of Supervisors
of tho Klamath Drainage District of
Klamath County, Oregon, at tho of
flco of said Board which Is In the
i;ouri iiouse in me uiiy or Kiamam
Falls, Oregon, for tho purchase of
8200,000.00 of the Bonds of said
Klamath Dralnago District, until the
hour or two. o'clock In tho aftornoon
on the 17th day ot July, A. I). 1020.
Salu Bonds aro to bo dated July
1st, 1920, and nro to bear Interest
from date at the rato of six per cent
por annum, payable on tho first day
of January and the first day ot July
of each year.
Tho Board of Supervisors rosorvo
tho right to reject any and all pro
posals for any reason and If not sat
isfactory to said Board.
Address all communications snd
all proposals to tho undorslgnod.
C. R. DB LAP,
Secretary' of Klamath Drainage
District, Klamath Falls, Oregon.
June 11-July 15 '
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affording unexcelled facilities for tho
scientific treatment by hospital meth
ods of medical, surgical ami obstet
The new and modern fireproof build
ing contains pflvato rooms for bed
and ambulatory rasas, completely
equipped examination and treatment
rooms, Roentgen Ray, clinical and
WARREN HUNT, M. D.
L. L. TRUAX, M. D. ,
OKO. X. MAB8EY. M.' D.
FOURTH AND PINE BTd
KLAMATH FALI.S. ORB.
Dr. Maa4 Ingereoll ffawley
First National Bank BulldtaB
Is located on The Esnlnnade,
uway 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
high character and effi
ciency of the institution.
DR. . D. JOHNSON
DR. O. If. MERRYMAN
DR. T. C. CAMPBELL
dr. oEonoB i. wRiairr
DR. B. D. LAMB
DR. If. D. LLOYD STEWART
ROBERT S. FRY
General Isumraare Invratases
707 WASHINGTON ST.
Klamatti Falls, Ore.
' ALL KINDS
of tla aad sheet Iroa work, roav
tilaUagt aad warm air '-g
doa at tho Bhaaana Plamadasj
Shot. No. 10M Mala St.
Klamath-Bend Auto Stage
A dally auto stago serrlce Is now
operating between Klamath Falls
and Bend. Offices Box cafe and Met
ropolitan Garngu. C. I. Rockard.
1'hon.o 278-W. 27-tf
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