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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
HERALD'S CMSSJFIED COLUMNS
FOR SALE Real Estate
BARGAINS IN HOUSES
Tbrcn room nont cottngo on Oak
Ave, at 11800 on very easy terms.
!.... ... ..lnrn !.,.. In In
ruut luvm uwtivi ., uuiiniifn in .
First Addition, with gnrago and blgpon .. p t n ... , -
lot, nt tho exceptionally low prlco of
$1600, on terms.
'Flvo room modern bungalow, onlr
ono block from Main St. nt prlco of
$3000 on terms. It' n good corner
lot on tho parcment.
Aiouorn nve room pinsiorea Dunga -
low on pavement four blocks from
. .-Vi'i . " '
of $3600; torms,
blocks from Main St., with big cor
nor lot and excellent riow at $4G00;
Finn flro room plastered bungalow
and big lot with trees, lawn, out
buildings, plenty of cabinet work,
and a complete outfit ot good furni
ture. Including almost now piano at
M7G0, on easy terms. Ha a pick
un. Better see It today.
Good eight room house on one of
the best corner lots In Kiamatn Fans
and on pavement, with garage.
Plenty of shade and good lawn, at
prlco ot $5000, on easy terms.
CHILCOTB SHtTII, 63S Main St.
Real Estate Specialists.
FOR SALE Good lot on Sixth. I ft
blocks from Main, 51x90; $775;
fine residence location; terns.
HERB'S A SNAP Four rooms and
bath, on tho hilt, near high schoel:
lot 62x110; $1260 cash, balance $40
per month. As neat a little home as
there lsUn the city.
MRS. NATE OTTERBEIN
617 Klamath Ave. 1-8
FOR SALE One at Klamath Falls'
most beautiful homes, largo
grounds, line view, shade and shrub
bery, close in and very cheap, as
owner Is leaving town. Some very
choice houses and lots In all parts ot
town at bargain prices. A good as
sortment ot dairy and stock ranches.
If you want anything in Real Estate
ee A. A. Bellman 4 Co., 406 Main
St. . 6-t
TOR SALE Lot one In block thlrty
ave, Hillside Additien: bargain;
terms It wanted. Address The Sil
ver State, Winncmncca, Nevada.
FOR SALE CHEAP A nice big one
room house, 23x3.0 feet, with well
and one acre of land in Dairy. Ore.
Price reasonable. Box 104S, Klam
ath Falls. 6-12
LOTS From $100 up. in all parts ot
LOTSOn pavement, $230 for cor
ners of 60x140.
LOTS Inside, $200 for 60x140.
LOTS Large, just off paved street,
$100 to $360.
Terms 10 per cent cash, balance in
Installments to solt purchaser.
W. M. MONTELIUS
Tho Klamath Development Co.
1303 Main St. I'hoiy.- No. 1
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
FOR SALE One leather couch, one
child's Ivory enamel crib. Call 65
Pine St. Phone 531 J. 7-9
FOR SALE OR LEASE Apartment
house, good opportunity. 607 High
Rooming house, best location In
town; lease to Jane 1, 1921. Furni
ture and accommodations for over
thirty. Also option to purchase
autldrag. Ill health reason for sell
tag. 705 Mala St., cor. 7th. 6-10
FOR SALE Folding
FOR SALE Team ot 4 year
dapple gray horses, sound
true, with heavy harness.
Team of blacks, very gentle, weight
1600, sound; heavy brltesea har
ness. Party leaving town Monday.
Must be sold quick. See them at O.
Also fine saddle horse with aew
addle, at give away price. O. K.
ham, see NyfaarL 26-tf
FOR SALE Wicker baby buggyal-
most new. 1028 High, phone
BLOCKS FOR SALE $5 per cord
delivered. Phone 483M. J. M.
CEDAR FENCE POSTS
Split 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
senger, good condition, for lighter
ear. See car at 810 High St. 6-9
TOR SALE One 14x18 slide valve
aaalne. two 64x18 U. T. boilers.
toiler-feed pump, piping, valves, etc.
Suitable for saw mill. Apply Box I
181, DorrU, California. 1 (-U.
For Your Chickens
FOR 8ALE Team; weight 3100
lbs., wagon and harness. Inquire
Kink & Woodson's blacksmith shop.
on Cth St 6-3
Try tho Whlto Lunch for dellclouly
homo cooked utonls under tho new
. IIIIIUHHV1III-HI. V-O
PINK SIUNOI.K3, 17.00 por
I.nkosldo Lumber Co. '
'iron bii.u n.i n..i. ......-...
ttu, confocti0norr business! good lo-
i""-"icatlon; terms to right party. Whlto
"Lunch, 1123 Mdln. !8-tf
FOR SALE One 1920 ChoTrolot,
ono 1917 Hupmoblle, ono 192,0
Dodge Sedan. All In good condition.
Central Oarage. 2S-tt
TENTS TEXTS TKNTS
U. S. Government tents. Canvass
leather belting, one blacksmith out
lit, two spark arresters, one com
ptete' lighting systom. Max Weiss,
6th St, noar Ewauna Box Factory.
Special sale on groceries; one aack
ot corn meal FREE with every $15
grocery order. 8pot Cash Baaket
Orocery. 813 Klamath Ave. 11-tf
Read Enders' ad. for this week's
FOR SALE 2 H ton truck. Al con
dition. O. K. Blacksmith shop.
Sixth St. 2S-tf
Try the White Lunch tor detlclonsly
home cooked meals under the new
For general hauling and deliver
ing call 621.
LOUIS DELIVERY SERVICE
Make reservation for board and
room at Davo Turner's bath bouse,
Langell Valley. 29-8
Printing, Stationery and offlct
supplies. Pioneer Printing and Sta
tlonery company 126 Main St. 9-U
PHONE PEYTON for wood. 187
Try the White Lunch for delicious!
noma cooked meals under the new
Let me do your transfer werk:
reasonable rates. Also blocks de
livered, $5 per cord. Phone 269R,
or Inquire 1410 Sargent Ave. 6-10
FOR RENT OR LEASE
FOR RENT One sleeping room nnd
sleeping porch. 1151 Pine, phone
WANTED Woman cook; good
wages. White Lunch. 7
WANTED A housekeeper; widow
preferred; by young man with two
girls, 8 and 10 years old. No objec
tion to woman with small child. In
quire 70S Spring street. 7-8
Wonld like to hire a woman to
keep house and care for three chil
dren. A good home for some one.
A. Klrkpatrick, Ft. Klamath, Ore.
WANTED Young gentleman wants
board and room with private fam
ily. Address Box E, Herald office.
Fastest circular sawyer la the
coaaty opea for position; might con
sider position as foreman. Address
C, Herald.. 8-8
ARE YOU HAYING T If yon need
help we can supply yoa with all
kinds at abort notice, without cost.
WE8TBRN LABOR BUREAU,
1034 Main street Phone477J
WANTED To lease four or five
room bouse furnished or tnfura-
isbed,. Best ot care assured. Best
references. Phone 263W. 2-8
Old furniture to repair and refin
Isb. Wo ro-sllver your old mirrors
and make new furniture, to order.
Call and see us. 106 Main St. 2-8
CITY GARBAGE When you want
garbage removed call 10F-23.
WANTED TO BENT By long torn
unaat, or rooa Musa. modem.
Address Hansaa, oar
4k BOX UO.
WANTED At once, second hand
Ford tourinsr car. for cash. Call
at John LUkey ranch, Swan Lake.
WANTRD Woman to do cooking.
laundry and housework. Smali
family. Phono 403; 19-tt
WANTED All kinds of scrap Iron,
old bones, rags, rubber and nil
kinds of metnls. Max Weiss, (ith St.,
near Kwnuna Uox Kuctorv 54-tf
Wo par highest market price for
good cream. (.lilt Edga Croamory Co.
'jos .vain st. SG-tt
LOST AND FOUND
LOST $5.00 reward for return ot
r a a ...... ..-..i. .. . .. i ..
marked' "D. H. Hnillo-Snn Diego." Quantity of cereal this rur. Tills ache, Initio back, can, Instead, both
Sumo was lost on Chlloquln-Klnmuthil expected by Kuiniinlnns to bring look and foel as fresh as a daisy nt
Agency road July Gth. Send to',,,, t(l0 pri,,0t mv value of the Ru- ways by washing tho polslons and
Ralph 11. Steele. Modoc Point. pro.,milllm frano whch ,, nll0Ut tw0 toxins from tho body with phosplmlml
cents. Tho Ministry of Industry and
NOTICE . ( Commerce has entered Into a con-
J. U nnd W. K. Pattorson will open trad with the Italian government for
Sh"Lfo0nrJl!,.hUndS,.2!:.''' -r.y delivery of 40.000 carloads
nnd material guaranteed. Phono1
Name "Bayer" on Genuine
"Bayer Tablets ot Aspirin" Is gen
uine Aspirin proved sate by millions
and prescribed by physicians for over
20 years. Accept only an unbroken
"Bayer packagu" which contains
proper directions to relieve Head
ache, Toothache Earache, Neuralgia,
Rheumatism. Colds and Pain. Handy
tin boxes of 12 tablets cost few rents.
Druggists also sell
Is trado mark
Bayer Manufacturo Monnacutlcacl
dester ot Sallcyllcacld.
POLICY OF GOVT
LONDON, Juno 17. (ny Mall.)
Advices from many parts of India tell
ot the Impresslvo observance of the
"hartal," or cessation ot business, ns
a protest against tbe government
policy toward India. At a gathering
in Bombay It was declared In rcsotu
ttons that this was the most serious
situation in tbe history of India.
At meeting held at different cen
ters, Hindus, Moslems, Parsecs, Sun-
nis and Sblaa all Joined In prayers
and resolutions. In Bombay all Hin
du, Moslem and Parsee shops were
Tbe loss from this voluntary clos
ing Is estimated by millions of
pounds storting . The ' ' Bombay
Chronicle" stated: "Never before
In the history of Bombay has such a
complete cessation of work been re
corded." Tho "Advocate of India"
said: "It cannot bo denied that tho
Khllafat question has been mado a
national ono In India and tho Muos
lems are receiving almost unanimous
support from all sister communi
ties. At a conference held at Fyzabad a
resolution was passed proposing that
the visit of the Prince of Wales be
postponed until Moslem religious de
mands regarding the Khllafat were
COMB SAGE TEA
DARKENS BEAUTIFULLY AND HE.
STORKS ITS NATURAL COLOR
AND LUSTRE AT ONCE
Common garden sage brewed Into
a heavy tea, with sulphur and alcohol
added, will turn gray, streaked and
faded hair beautifully dark and lux
urlans. Mixing tbe Sage Tea and But
blesome. An easier way Is to get tbe
phur recipe at home, though, Is trou
ready to use prepsratlon Improved by
the addition of other Ingredients,
costing about 60 cents a largo bottle,
at drug stores, known as "Wyeth's
Sago and Sulphur Compound," thus
avoiding a lot of muss
While gray, faded hair, Is not sin
ful, we all desire to retain our youth'
ful appearance and attractiveness. By
darkening your hair with Wyeth's
Sage and Sulphur Compound, no one
can tell, because It Is done so natur
ally, so evenly. You Just dampen a
sponge or soft brush with It and draw
this through your hair, taking one
small strand at a time; by morning
all gray hairs have disappeared. Af
ter another application or two your
hair becomes dark, glossy, soft, and
luxuriant, ana you appear years
INTO m HI
. CHICK FEED, GROWING MASH,
' BONE FATTENING MASH, ALFALFA MEAL,
WHOLE AND CRACKED CORN
CROPS ARE BOOD
lllVHARKST, Juno 7 (!) Mall )
Rumania' crops this jcar prom
ises to lie exceedingly abundant, pio
vldcd no drought sots In. Nearly i
four-fifths ot n corn crop ha already
ht'un planted. The government liopiM,
to be In a position to export a largo
Tho farmers are much retarded In
their work by ivaaon ot tho scarcity
of hones, draught, oxen ami agricul
tural Implements. Nena ot tho farm
ing machlnory carried olf by tho Oor
mnns has been ro placed. Horses nnd
oxen hava been brought Into the
country from Hungary and Transsyl
vnnla, but tho number Is Inadequate.
Much Industry hna been tied up by
lack ot tools, machinery and trans
portation. Thcro Is a fertile flold In
Rumania, tor American agricultural
Implements ot all kinds.
The taking ot tho government ot
all state and Institutional lands and
more than 4,000,000 acres ot private
holdings, for uso by the peasants. Is
expected to havo a stimulating In
fluence on production. It Is tho first
time In Rumania's history that tho
peasants hava been given outright
ownership of land
Inn nf larsn nrlvniA ia litis W IflA
. . ... . , . '
government did not please the pro
prietor claries, but It hnd a steady'
Ing Inlluenco on tho temper and spir
its of the people, who were showing
distinct signs ot unrest.
LISBON, Portugal, June 19. (By
Mall.) Portugal, In splto ot all tho
lurid reports spread abroad by Inter
ested parties, is at the present mom
ent of social and economical troubles
no worse off than other countries
which participated In the great war.
When one drives through Lisbon
and her suburbs on a Sunday and
watches tho happy crowds holiday
making after tho week's work, tho
impression gained Is that It would
bo difficult to find In any country
such a contented light-hearted pco
plo as tho Portuguese. Unless somo
moans ot conveyance bo previously
engaged, walking Is tho only method
of locomotion available on that day,
for trains, motorcars, carriages, carts
and omnibuses nro all hired or seats
booked In advance. Kuven the street
cars are filled to overflowing by
workmen and their families on the
way to the outlying districts, smil
ingly bearing with them their picnic
The leafy avenues Just outside the
city are filled with people afoot, sing
ing popular songs from the latest
revues or exchanging merry Jests
with tbe people In tho conreysnecs.
Outside and Inside the railroad
stations, from early tmornlng, are
filled with people ot tbe more
wealthy, working and professional
classes, trying to obtain accommoda
tions for a trip eltbor to Clntra, Caa-
caes or the Estroril, tho beautiful
Riviera of Portugal.
It is true that besides all this
merry-making there is social unrest
In Portugal. Strikes are frequent
but generally peaceable; there Is an
occasional bomb and sometimes a
street riot, but Bolshevik revolution
thero Is none. When three bombs
were thrown recently Into tho ranks
of a popular demonstration of grati
tude to tho government for taking
measures to lower the prlcos of food-
most of the demonstrators
carried on as though nothing had
happonod. The bomb-throwers wore
arrested. That was all. Amuso
menu went on as usual.
MOVE TO REPLACE
BERLIN, June 6. (By Mall.)
Catholic nowspapors are watching
with growing concern a movement to
Introduce a new system of religious
Instruction In German sjcbdols.
Heretofore such Instruction has been
based on the old and new testaments.
Drinkine a Glass
of Hot Water is
a Splendid Habit
Cleanse and awsttsn the eyatcm
each morning and wash away
poisonous, stagnant matttr,
Thnso of us who nro accustomed to
fool dull mid heavy when wo arise;
splitting headache, sluffy from n rold,
foul tongue, nasty breath, arid Mom
hot water each morning,
Wo should drink, before breakfast,
n glnss ot hot water with a teaspoon
tut ot llmcstono phosphnlo In It to
flush from tho stomach, liver, kidneys
and bowels the previous day's dull
gostlblo waste, sour bllo utid poison
ous toxins; thus cleansing, sweeten
ing and purifying the ontlni alimen
tary traet before eating more food,
Tho. action of limestone phosphate
and hot water on an empty stomach
Is wonderfully Invlgorntlng. It cloans
out all ot the sour fermentations,
gases, waste and acidity and gives one
a fine appetite for breakfast. A
quarter pound of limestone phos
phate costs very little nt the drug
store, but Is enough to make anyone
who I bothered with biliousness,
constipation, stomach trouble or
rheumatism an enthusiast on Intornat
The new plan, which was evolved
by teachers of Melnlngiui and recent
ly endorsed by tl"li,chi,rn associa
tion of Thurlnlga, where protestants
are In tho majority, would do away
with Illbln study. Instead, children
during their first tour years In srhool
would be Instructed In (Ionium fairy
tales and myths, Robinson Crusoe
and the history of the child Jesus.
In the last tour years the Instruction
would hnvn to do' with the worship of
God by ancient peoples, the llfo and
touching of Jesus, nnd the worship
of God In Germany. More nod more,
tho Thurlngla toachors agreod, Ger
man mths and poetry should ri
placo In the schools tho old testa
ment. "By no stretch ot the Im-iglna-
tlon," comments "Germanla," tho or
gan of tho Center (Catholic) party,
"can this be called religious Instruc
tlon. It Is thoroughly In accord with
the woll-known tendencies of radical
teachers. Catholics must follow this
movement with close attention, for it
threatens to Invade their own
FLYIMJ PAHTOK Irt
WOUNDED UV AHAIM
ASCOT, Kng.. Juno 3. (By Mall.)
Wing Commander llankca Jones,
formorly curato of Holy Trinity
Church 8unnlngdnle, Is reported to
havo been recently wounded near
Jerusalem. According to the Evon
Ing "News," Commander Jones was
flying when ho obiorvod a largo num
ber of Arabs, who had been causing
trouble, and Instead of shattering
thorn with bombs ho flow low to
achlovo his end by less deadly means.
The tribesmen, however, opened a
hoavy fire on the airman, who re
ceived bullets through both his
THE USB OF these columns
make money for you.
CAN WITHOUT SUGAR
NOTICE OF SALE OF DRAINAGE
SEALED PROPOSALS will be re
ceived by tho Board of Supervisors
of tho Klamath Drainage District of
Klnmath County, Oregon, at tho of
fice of ssld Board which Is In the
Court House in tho City ot Klamath
Falls, Oregon, for tho purchase of
8200.000.00 of tlio Bonds of said
Klamath Drainage District, until tho
hour of two o'clock in tho afturnoon
on tho 17th day of July, A. D. 1020.
Salu Bonds oro to bo dated July
1st, 1920, and nro to boar Intorcst
from date at the rato ot six per cent
por annum, payable on tho first dny
of January and tho first day of July
ot oacb year.
Tbe Board of Supervisors resorro
the right to rojoct any and all pro
posals for any reason and if not sat
isfactory to said Board.
Address all communications and
all proposals to tho undersigned.
O. R. DB LAP.
Secretary ot Klamath Drainage
District, Klamath Falls, Oregon.
Juan 11-July IB
Murphey Feed &
A thoroughly ouiilppwl Institution
affording unexcelled facilities for the
Hclentlflrt treatment by hospital meth
ods of inedlrnt, surgical and obstet
1'ho now and modern fireproof build
ing minimis private rooms for ld
and ambulatory ciiseii, completely
equipped examination nld treatment
rooms. Roentgen Ray, clinical and
WARREN HUNT. M. I).
L. L. TRUAX. M l.
GEO. A. MA8Hi:V. M, 1).
FOURTH AND PINK HTd.,
KLAMATH FALI.M. ORB.
Dr. Maad Ingrrsoll Rawttf
First National Bank Building
Is located on The Esplanade,
nwny from the noise, sur
rounded by ono 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
nigh character and effi
ciency or the institution.
DK. BL D.' JOHNSON
DR. Q. II. MERRYMAN
DR. T. O. CAMPBELL
DR. OEORGB I. WRIGHT
DR. E. D. LAMB
DR. II. D. LLOYD STEWART
ROBERT S. FRY
General Insurance InvratmcaU
707 WASHINGTON ST.
Klamath Falls, Ore.
of tla aad sheet Iroa work, Tea).
tllatlac aad warm air keattag
doaa at tbe Bfcaaana PlumMsuj
Shop. No. 10M Mala SC
L. N. HAINES
Klaraath-Bend Auto Stags
A dally auto stage service fa
operating between Klamath Falls
and Bend. Offices Rex cafe and Met
ropolitan Oarage. C. I. Reckard.
Phone 278-W. 37.tr
Does the word strike terror to your
hoart, or Is your proporty protected
sufficiently by Insurance In a reliable
company? In this day of high cost
of material, scarcity of homes, no
one should loave their property un
protected. Let us explain to you the
special Insuranco system under
which wo protect your home In tbe
loading Insuranco companies of
Amorlca. James II. Drlscoll, Room
i, Loomls Building. Pbona 488.
Practical Painting, adding, Ilronxlng,
Enameling, Kolsomlnlng, Wall Paper
Cleaning and Gonoral Contracting,
H. O. TUTIIILL
918 Rose St.
WEST END CAFE -
No. 72 Main St
Meals served family style
Call and give us a trial
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