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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 13, 1920)
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FOR SALE Real EtUte
10 Room Houso
A One biff 10 room homo on cor
ncr and pavement; and Ideal plaeo
(or rooming honto or apartments; 2
iota 50x110. Price" fSOOO, 12000
cash, balance easy terms.
9 Room Hous
A nine room houso and bath In
Mills Addition; screened porch 8x24,
barn, chicken house, garago and
woodshed, 3 lots, nice shado trees.
Price I3GO0; terms.
5 Room House
A good modern 5 room house,
close In on 9th street, completely
famished and In first class shape (or
T. I). WAITERS
Phone 279W 620 Main
room house sad S big lota (or
Mle, $3860, 1800 mortgage rua (or
years, balance cash. 133 drant St.
OWNKR RETURNING TO EUROPE
Forced to tell unimproved baslneu
property, lot 19. block 7. Spriag
treat. R R. Adltlea: price S1000,
half cash. Deal direct. 11. A. Kin
dred. 66(1 Orev street. Oakland.
California. , 8-14
LOTS From 1190 up. la all parU of
LOTS On pavesaeat, $250 for cor
ners of (0x140.
LOTS Inside, 9300 for 50x140.
LOTS Large. Jut oS paved street,
$100 to 9359.
Terms 10 per cent cash,-balance In
Installments to suit purchaser.
W. M. MONTELIUS
The Klamath Development Co.
1303 Main St. Phone No. 1
FOR 8ALK HOUSES
E-room modern, plastered house
near the rlrer. and 2 lots 50x200 ft.
finest garden land in tho city: gar
age, nlco lawn and trees. Electric
range, water heater and two Icctrlc
beating stoves included. Price only
34000, ono half cash.
Dandy T-rcom plastered houso and
comer lot on 9th street: flne lawn,
fruit and shado trees. Price 94COO;
4-room furnished houso near tho
nnv Falrvlow school rite: Inrre levf-1
lot. barn and chicken house. Don't!
pass this up; it is a bargain
at $"2000; halt cash.
Bomo swell vlow lots for J 100
J. t. ward ro.
Phone "5 834 Main St.
Central Hotel Building
FOR 8ALR Flvr-room modern
bouse, clow In, two blocks from
Main, near Sixth, large hascrrent.
ranee and heater Included. Price
13S00. 33000 rash, balance like rent
Inquire at 1022 Main St. for particu
FOR SALE Miacrllnneou'
FOR SALE 3 day old Durham and
.Jersey heifer cslt. Willard Smith,
2330 Darrow St.. Mills Add. 10-4
FURNITURE FOR SALE at Pelican
Bay. House painted white trim
seed In blue, la front ot Italian pool
Bargains la second band cars. R.
R. R. Oarage. -'S
FOR SALE Oeespa of Iron gray
mares,' weight about 3109 lbs.
Also harness aad Mitchell wagoa, al
most aew. Dirt caeap. O. K. Stable.
ORDER TOUR BLOCKS bow at SS
per cord. Pkoae 196J or lasjulre
14 Coager Ave. Fred IL Hoilbrea-
or. . . '
FOR SALE Team of 4 year
dapple gray konoa. semad
true, with bearr turaees.
Taam of blacks, rerr fjMtto, wetgat
9M9. sound; aearF.Bt1islMsi .kao
meea. Party leaflet tewa Moadar.
Mast be sold quick. See tbem at O.
Also flne saddle horse with aew
aaddle, at give away price. O. K.
bora, see Nyhart. 25-tf
FOR SALE One 14x18 slide valve
engine, two 64x16 H, T. boilers,
oiler-feed pump, plpiag, valves, etc.
Suitable for saw mill. Apply Box
tei, Dorrls. California. 1 9-tf
FOR BALE; Range, heating stove,
two rugs 9x13, bed, spring and
mattress almost aew. F. A. Ohle-
meyer, 304 N. 9th St., phone C09.
TINT FOR SALE 19x18 with fly.
1706 Johnsoa Ave. 12-14
FOR SALE Light team, wagon and
karaes. Just tho sblag for camp
tear. Write M. "Brown, Klamath
rails, Oregon. 13-15
For Your Chickens
FOR BALE Fordson tractor; plow
ed about GO acres with complete
satisfaction. Will sell cheaply It
taken at once. Owner leaving town.
Max Wolss, Sixth 8t. 13-1 3
FOR SALE Ono complete shingle
mill and two small Citrtls cml
age for sawmill
H. L. Mills. Hlldo
FOR SALE Rhodo Island Rod hent.
226 Mortimer. 9-15
DLOCR3 FOR SALE IS per cord
delivered, l'bone 483M. J, u."
FOR SALE On 1930 Chevrolet,
one 1917 ffupnioblle. ono 1930
Dodge Sedan. All in good condition.
Central Oarage, ll-tt
tor this week's
Special sale on groceries; one aaek
ot corn meal FREE with every 915
grocery order. Snot Cask Basket
Qrocery.,833 Klamath Ave. 13-tt
FOR SALE 1 Buiek and one T-pas-
enger Sladebaker. Imperial Oar
FOR SALE 3 H ton track. Al con
dition, o. K. Blacksmith shop.
8lxth St. 38-tf
Anyone knowing the address of
Arthur Cole kindly communicate
with Charlos lUrrott. Sulsun. Cali
fornia, Box 403. 12-13
Printing, Stationery and offlct
supplies. Pioneer Printing and Sta
tionery company. 136 Mala 8L 9-tl
PHONE PETTON for wood. 18:
'FOR RENT OR LEASE
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room.
iba nf r tan ma 14 ti IlhnnA All
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FOR RENT Large front room; also
one back bedroom. 1143 Pine.
phon 31 K. lO-ls,
FOR RFNT Nice front bed room
for gentlemen only. 911 Walnut.
FRONT ROOSI for rent. 1109 Pine
WANTED Reliable party wants to
rent unfurnished bouse, any refer
ences. Call Mr. Patch, Star Theatre.
WANT CONTRACT to run a large
boarding house for some company.
Inquire Box C. D., Herald oOce.
WANTED Cook; Klamath General
CITY GARBAGE When you want
garbage removed call 10F-23.
WANTED Woman to do cooking,
laundry aad housework. Small
family. .Phone 403. ll-tf
WANTED A woman to do general
housework; four m family. Call
at 219 High 8t or phone 409.
WANTED MUlmaa Chain grader,
hook dogger, by Lamm Lumber
compear. Pkoae Modoc Point.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Left some place oa Mala
street, eaeepokia coat, large Best-
maa kodak, raoao 4BIM. io-ii
LOST July 7th from Crater Lake
suae, oa large tea suit ea
marked Plerrepont; oae small nit
case stamped K. P. P. 160 reward
for return to or information leading
to recovery of this baggage. White
Pelican Oarage. s-tr
LOST Betweea Modoc Point and
Klamath Falls, dark brown Jacket.
Finder leave at Herald office and re
ceive reward. ' 10-13
NOTICH TO TRAVELERS
Visit the Pastime Cafe In Dorrls.
Tbe place (or good eats. 10.13
LOST One 34x4 new wrapped Dia
mond casing, between Klamath
Falls and Ft. Klamath. Reward.
Diamond Tire ft Vulc. Co. 12-14
J. ML and W. E. Patterson will open
paiatfStore and shop under open
shop cosditioas July 20th. All work
hud material guaranteed. Phone
THE EVENING HERALD,
t AT THE THEATERS P
Thrilling scenes In last moving
biplanes 5,000 feet above the earth
with Lieutenant O. It. !ocklcnr per
forming; his spectacular feat ot
changing from ono moving piano to
another In mld-nlr; a story ot won
derful romanco and strange ndven-
Hire: apodal aoroplnno sotting that
- 'KVo one a glimpse of what may bo
reality a tow years hence; marvelous
night scenos' showing squadrons ot
17. 8, Mall service, aeroplanes leaving
their hangar nt midnight, lllumln-
n,ml r "''' "
usual scones nro pronuscu in, mo
Great Air Robbery," tho much her
alded Universal de luxe feature,
which will be seen nt tho Liberty
"The Great Air Robbery" marks a
new epoch in photoplay achievement,
Tho star qf tho production Is the
only man accomplishing the hair
raising feat ot changing planes a
mile above the ground. Surrounding
the exploits of this Intrepid aviator
Is a story written and directed by
Jacques Jaccard which carries a
thrill In every hundred foot ot dim,
and enacted by a company offscreen
'favorites, such as Francolla Billing
ton. Allan Forest, Ray Rlploy, Car
men Phillips and others.
Three months wore spent In mak
ing this feature, and fully a halt
hundred speedy biplanes were utilis
ed In the production. A squad of
daring cameramen mounted on
speedy alr-crulsers. and directed by
wireless from the Universal aviation
field, were employed In making the
scene above the clouds. All pre
release reports Indlcalo that the'fot M mucn by tho ndftjua M uy
money and Ingenuity expended on
the production were well merited.
SANTIAGO, Chile, Juno 13, (By
Mall). Tho critical situation created
to tho main Industry ot Chllo has
been considerably bettered this year
, and tho Nitrate Producers' assocla-
tlon has exported already 95.000 tons
cf nitrate ngalnst a production of
only 55,000 tons, which means that
t of ,h , ,hat cou,d not ,,0 '
. ... .
aimed Ust car has found nn eny
market. Tno price or nitrain or soua
has alio Increased considerably.
Tho prosperity of thin Imlustry
rueans for Chile solid flnanc'al filia
tion ot tho government; nbundanco of
wcr Ufor laborers and Bcnoral wol
faro of the country. The roverso as
experienced last year when Ihero was
no, market for nitrate.
BEGEfl EOT WATER
PRefMNG W TOO
DOHT FEEL RIGHT
Says glass of hot water with
phosphate before breakfast
washes out poisons.
If you wake up with a bad taste,
had breath and tongue Is coated; If
your bead Is acklng; If what you eat
sours and forms acid in stomach, or
you are billons, constipated, nervous.
sallow and can't get reeling just
right, begin Inside bathing. Drink
before breakfaat, a glass of hot water
with a teaspoonful of limestone phos
phate la It. This will 'flush tbe pois
ons snd toxins from stomach, liver,
kidneys and bowels and cleanse.
sweeten and purify the entire alim
entary tract. Do your inside bathing
Immediately upon arising la the
morning to wash out of tbe system
all the previous day's poleoeous
waste, gases and sour bile before
eating more food.
To feel like young folks feel; like
you felt before your blood aad mus
cles became loaded with body Impuri
ties, get from your pharmacist a
quarter pound of limestone phos
phate, which la laexpeaslve and al
Men aad womea who are usually
constipated, bilious, headachy or
have any stomach disorder should be
gin this Inside bathing before break
fast. NOTICE .
Just received a large shipment of
brand-new buggies, hacks and spring
wagoue. Will sell at very reasonable
prices. Also large shipment of gov
ernment tents. Max Weiss, 6th St..
near Ewauna Box Factory. 7-tf
Klamath Dye Works
OUR CLEANING, PRESSING AND
REPAIRING WILL MAKE YOUR
LOOK LIKE NEW
Goods Called for aad Delivered
481 Mate Street Klamath) Falls
CHICK FEED. GROWING MASH.
BONE FATTENING MASH, ALFALFA MEAL,
WHOLE AND CIUCWI) CORN a
KLAMATH WALLS. OREGON
CIIENUTU, China, Juno 1, (11)'
Mali) -Depredation ot robber bands
along trade routes In Sicchuen prov
ince havo luteomo so .flagrant and
widespread that urgent appoala tor
tho use of troops to combat thu men
ace haro been sent to tho Chinese,
provincial authorities by foreign
firms operating In Siechuen, Thu
bands ot robbers nro said to lie mado
up to a Urgo extent of groups of de
serters from troops that havo boon
stationed In Sxochuon. Tho outlaws
havo become ao bold that mall con
signments, hitherto Immune from
them, have been soiled.
Ono recent report that was brought
to Chengtu was ot the robbery of a
pack train on tho "big road," which
la tho main highway botween Chung
king and Chengtu. In this 40 bags of
mall wore opened and rifled by tho
outlaws and "the whoto hillside wss
covered with stolon mall
In anothor case a caravan had been
bold up and robbed by a band of ban
dits when a second strongor .band ot
brigands appeared and compollod tho
return ot the stolen goods. Tho
leader of the smaller band was then
snot. The chieftain who did this de
clared that ke bad guaranteed tho
safe passage of this particular car
avan, having received a substantial
The activities of the bandits aro
t!:o nr-6 commercial Interests In the
op.nlon or ono Chcngta mission work
it who said:
"It ,ls a gturlous hardship to sond
to America for a suit ot clothes, pay
for It at thu pruient ruluout prices,
wait patiently six months for Its ar
rival and finally hear that It has been
appropriated by robbers within a few
days ot Its destination."
PRINCE ALBERT HAS
LONDON. Juno 19. Ily Mall.)
riiitA.. I 1I...BI ... 1. a. s"v a
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of Allrt. Il.irnn KMIimnv nml t-'nrl
of Inxurncs. as second son of tho
Kins, who possessed the titles ns
Kink IMwnrd's second son. It known
as "Tho Industrial I'rlncc" because
ot bis k?en Interest In economic
puestlonj, his bollof tlmt Is no
member of "thu Idlo rich but genu
ine worker," and tho popularity he
has won with wage-earners with
whom ho frequently and comfortably
Tho prlnco Is described as "a typi
cal, amiable, llkeablo, practical Eng
lishmen, who has no brilliancy but
known (he Job ot being prlnco Is no
sinecure." His passion Is for lawn
tennis and squash rackets and his In
door amusement Is dancing. Recent
ly he was created a wing-commander
In the Roynl Air Force, In which he
won his wings as a pilot.
Prlnco Albert makes no pretense
to oratory "but always aays some
thing to tbe point and his speeches
are not written for him
PLY ACTIVE TRADE
RANGOON. June 8. (By Mall.)
Several Important seliures of British
snd American gold have recently
been made here. Tbe money was
found secreted on ships and Included
amounts of 143.000, 3,000 and
The business of smuggling baa
some time but It, Is believed that the
authorities have at last got the upper
In this latest selsure the oBclals
had to call la divers before thslr
search of a vessel could be com.
A big water tank was discovered
on tho side of which was a number of
shelves with 16 bags of gold on
them. Tbe bags were brought to tho
surface and were found to contain
13,587 Queen Victoria sovereigns
and 6,023 American eagles.
IF MIXED WITH SULPHUR IT
DARKENS SO NATURALLY NO
BODY CAN TELL
The old-time mixture of Sage Tea
and Sulphur for darkening gray,
streaked and faded hair la grand
mothers recipe, and folks art again
using It to keep their hair a food,
even color, which is quits sensible,
,u we nro living In an ago when
vntitnful appearance Is ot the great
est iiihnntns.o, x
Ntinilii), though, wo don't liars
ihr tr'xitiliBome task of gathering the
use nml the mil my mixing al homo.
All 11111 stores sell tho ready-to-use
prmliirt, Improved by the addition of
jtlur Ingredients, railed "Wycth's
iiku and Sulphur Compound" for
about CO cents a hotllo. It Is very
(fopiiliir because nobody can discover
,t tins been applied. Simply moisten
our comb or a soft brush with It and
Imw this through your hair, taklns
i tie small stranft at a time; by morn
ing the gray hair disappears, but
a tint delights the ladles with Wyeth's
-face and Sulphur Compound, Is that,
lesldes beautifully darkening the hair
after a few applications. It also pro
duces that soft lustra and appearancr
of abundance which Is so attractive
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, for the County ot Klamath.
Irene V. Alexandor. Plaintiff, vs,
John Thorns Alexander, Defendant,
To Job Thomas Aloxander, Defend
ant. In tho nam of the State of Oregen:
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed
against yon la the above entitled sell
on or before the fifth day of August,
1930, that being the expiration of the
six weeks publication of this sum
mons as prescribed by the order for
publication thereof, made by the
court, aid If yon (all so to answer.
the plalatKf will take a default and
decree against you dissolving .the
bonds of matrimony existing betwoea
the plaintiff and yourself, and also
such otbor and (urtber roller, Includ
ing alimony, as to the Court may
seem Just and equitable,
This summons Is published by or
der of Hon. D, V. Kuykendall, Judge
ot the above named court, duly made
on the 33rd day of Juno, 1930.
The dato ot the first publication
horeof Is Juno 23, 1920,
F. II. MILLS.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Klamath Kails. Ote.
June 23-30-7-1 1-21-28-4
NOTIC'i: TO CIIKIUTOIW
In the County Court of tho Btato of
Oreaon for Klamath County.
In tho Matter of thn Kstato ot KJns
K. Kerns, l)ore:ied. j
Notice Is hereby Riven by the tin I
deralgneil, nilmlnistrntor of tint es-1
Into of IMiiii I.'. Kerns, deceaoail, to
tho creditors of, ntitl to nil pursuits
liavlnr; clulmt ac-tlnst tho said ilu-;
coaseil to present the samo, proporly
vorir.ed. within six months arler the
first publication of this notice, tewlt:
thu 12th day of July, 1D2U, to snlu
nilmlmittMtor nt thu offlrn of C. K.
iKIono nt Klamath KnIN, Klam
ath County, Oregon, tho samo
being thn plaro for thu trans
action of tho business nt said estate.
II. J. MATTOON,
Administrator of llio Estate of
NOTICE TO l).IUVMi:
FOR SALE Two well bred register
ed Holstoln bull calves, one 3
weeks old and thu other 2 weeks old.
These two bull calves nro 7fi por cent
tho same breeding and both are
splendid Individuals nnd mostly
white In color. They aro descendants
of the King of the Pontlacs, a bull
with more high record daughters
than any other slro In tho world.
They are sired by a son of Zante
Mercedes Posch, a cow with a record
of 32.6 pounds of butter out ot 709
pounds of milk In 7 days. Our herd
Is entirely free from tuberculols,
having recently passed two eclean
federal tests. These are tbe only
ball calves we will have to offer for
sale this year aad this Is an excep
tional opportunity to improve your
dairy herd. We would like to place
these calves In Klamath county aad
for this reason will sell at very rea
sonable prices. If not sold soon
tbey will be shipped away.
PREMIUM DAIRY COMPANY
Phone 22F3, Klamath Falls.
NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF FTfT.
AL ACCOUNT AND HRARsrTG
OF PETITION FOR DIHCHArsTJE
In tbe County Court of tbe State ot
Oregon, for the County of Klamath.
In tbe Matter ot tho Estate of Emll
Notice Is hereby given that C. F.
Stone, as administrator of tbe estate
of Emll Kllese, docoascd, has ren
dered and presented for settlement.
bis final account of tho administra
tion of said nutate, and filed a petl
tlon for upprnval of samo, dUtrlbu
tlon ot uald estato and for dlscharao
of administrator, and that July 20,
iu2u, ai rno nour or id o'clock a, m
In tho courtroom of said Court, at
tho courthouso In tho City of Klam
ath Falls, Klamath County, Oregon,
nas neon rixed by said Court as tho
time and placo for tho settlement of
said account and tho hearing of said
petition, at which tlmo and nlace any
person Interostod In said estate may
appear anu rue exceptions in writing
to the said final account, contest tbe
same, and ahow cause, It any there
be, why final distribution of said
estate should not be made, and tbe
Dated this 19th day of June, 1920.
C, F. STONE,
Administrator of said Estate.
Murphey Feed &
A thoroughly etiulppod Institution
affording unexcelled facilities for the
cleullflc treatment by hospital mstk
oils of medical, surgical and obstet
I'lio now and modern fireproof build
mg contnins private rooms for b4
ml aniliulatory rasos, completely;
mulpped examination and treat meat
rooms, Roentgen Ray, clinical aae
WARREN HUNT, M. D.
L. L. TRUAX, M. D,
OKO. A. MA8HHY. M. D.
AND P1NR 8Ttf
KLAMATH FALLS. ORB.
Dr. Mead Uenll Rawtey
First Natloaal Baak BulMtas
ROBERT S. FRY
Geacral Insaraare lavrstsaei
707 WAHHINHTON ST.
Klamath Falls, Or.
of tin anil slier! Iron wurk, vra
tHatlng- ami warm nlr liendng
done at llto Nliiiniiuii numbing
Slioo. No. 102J Main Nt.
L. N. HAINES
Klarhath-Bcnd Auto Stage
A dally auto stage sorvlce Is now
oncratlllST belwoon Klamath Valla
'and Rend. Offices Ilea cafe and Met-
Does the word strike terror to your
hoart, or Is your property protected
sufficiently by Insurance In a reliable
company! In this day of high cost
of material, scarcity of homes, ao
oae should leave their property un
protected. Let us explain to you tho
special Insurance system under
which we protect you borne la the
leading Insurance companies of
America. James II. Drlscoll, Room
4, Loomls Building. Pheaa 432.
Practical Painting, Olldlag, Broaitag,
Eaamellag, Kalsomlalng, Wall Paper
Cleaning aad General CoatrecUag-
M. O. TUTHILL
SIS Rose St.
WEST END CAFE
No. 72 Main St.
Meals served family style
Call and give us a trial
NOTICE OF SALE OP DRAINAQR
SEALED PROPOSALS will be re
ceived by the Board ot Supervisor
of tbe Klamath Drainage District of
Klamath County Oregon, at the of.
(Ice of said Board which Is in th
Court House In the City of Klamath
Falls, Oregon, for the purchase of
9200,000.00 of tho Bonds ot said
Klamath Drainage District, until tbe
hour of two o'clock In tho afternoon
on tho 17th day of July, A. D. 1920.
Salu Bonds aro to bo datod July
1st, 1920, and aro to boar Interest
from dato at tho rate of six per cent
per annum, payable on tho first day
of January and the first day of July
of each year.
Tho Board of Supervisors reserv
the right to reject any and all pro
posals (or any reaaon and If not sat
Isfactory to said Board.
Address all communication and
all proposals to tbe undersigned.
O. R. DB LAP,
Secretary of Klamath Drainage
District, Klamath Falls. Orosoa.
Jua 11-July 16
THE USB OF these columns will
make moaey for you.
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