Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 15, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
IVHNIMt't 4V1.V IS, 1M0
HtRAiD'S CLASSIFIED COLUMN
FOR SALE Real Eatate
FOR BALE 4-room strictly modern
furnished liouso nn North Mil Ht.
1'rlco $3500. R. E. Smith Renlty
FOR BALE Almost now Ford lour
ing cnr. Inquire (1. M, DoMorrltt.
Unit Hotel. 14-1G
FOR SA1.K 1 llulck and ana 7-pns-l
cngor stndobakcr. imporlnl Gar
Famous For Its Marvcloi4S Motor
FOR SALE Fnrm contnJnliiK lOOiFOR SALE 24 ton truck. Al con
acres. 70 ncres In nlfnlfn. 30 In dltlon. O. K. Illarksnilth shop,
grain; 26 dairy .cows, 24 heifers nnd,8,xln hl'
cnlves, 7 horses, 3 colts, 9 snoop, 50
hogs. 100 chickens nml nil needed
mnchlnory for oporntlon. For price
and particulars seo M. Dclfattl, 7V
hiIIps from Kliimath Falls on the
Midland ronil. 14-17
Printing, Stationery mid office
supplies. Pioneer Printing nnd Sta
tionery company 126 Main St. 9-tl
8 room homo and R big lots for PHONE I'KYTON for
ran-, t-ouw, fsvv mongngo run inr i
v 3 years, hnlnnco cash. 133 Grant St.
F0R RENT 0R LEASE
VOll SALE -Six room modern house
on comer lot nnd pavement. Largo rou SALE Household furniture,
lot Bit inbl- for two houses; Reed! "v" Washington 14-17'
lawn Phone 247.M. 11-1
GARAGE FOR RENT 203
LOTSrrom $100 up, In nil parts of'
LOTS On pavement, $550 for cor-
lien of COil in. !.
?S3 Jnldo. $200 for 50x140. I HEM' WANTED Circular snwer.
7nT rrtK-J paVC ',rcc,'i "otter for hand set works, trim
?iuo to x.fio. ... . merman, deck settlor and dry grader
Tc""? 'p "V ecut " balance In for whlt0 ,ne ,,,, Jim ,Xartlng ln
Installments to suit purchaser. I ,,uma!( county Callf AMnu ox
ti, i. ' ,;, n - I . - T. Herald office, stating experience.
The Klamath Development Co. u it
1303 Slain St. Phono No. 1
(WANTED 2 Rlrls for clerical work.
mil 5AI ! i nm .,.. 3TJ! Apply In own hand wrltlnR. stnt-
?, ii r,..rdJ".. . A w,,hlnB references and .st experience,
full basement, furnace: one G-room !... . .- ,, ... ... ' .. ...
i....... i-.- .i. .. . n l mi nui iu, iierum umcu. i-i-i
kiiu i.u on ruurm. inquire jua umvtimi ....,. . ..i r.nn
to 1000 acres, starting at onco.
Inquire 1.. Jacobs, 622 Main St.
lit 1 v fm Hr - "t- WAsaWsSBBsr w JWl - kx J v
i; mi fpr fell
i ' . - .-... i. ij:jiPVw ,IWcnKl
. I i iniw -.--.- i , i ,i mriii. - mji i i i-n ,,ni i -- , ,, IpTur
lots with CC feet on Pine
120 on Fourth. Inaulro 305
Pine St. 14-15
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
WANT CONTRACT to run a largo
boarding homo for somo company
1 OCT O..I, ....... HII..I-- f-.tl-
.. u,v .4.1- luii.aiuiuii IUU1L-S i, n tl t..n1.l m.
and chlldrens clothing, lavo at """" " " g;lc.
Ford Service Station and receive re-'
The Ciiandler Dispatch Car
Kas First Preference
WANTKD Cook; Klamath General
FOR SALE We have an A No. 1
nb"U KinVnrnr0' CITY QARDAOE When you want I
fenders. Klaxon horn, over-slxo steer- earbaco romoved call lOK-3 I
ing wheel, foot accellerator and wind- sariiago remocd can in -a. j
Come and seo It at Danner
Patty Motor Co.
1 3-1 5 WANTED Voman to do cooking.
i laundry and housework. Small
FURNITURE FOR SALE at Pelican family. Phone i0- ""
T1 tlnnan ltkil wtiltjk fln.
med In blue. Id front of Ital an pool WANTED-Mlllman Chain grader.
all 10-1C hoo, dogger, hy Lamm Lumber
, . icuuii'au. I UUIIU WUUUI. 1 UlUi
narcalns In second hand cars. R.
The atKomobih1 i.ulustry lias pro
duce.! no distinctive ni idol more
iupu!.ir lhan the Chamlhr Dispatch,
a c.ir rsflcctlnj; in it lithe lines the
character of its service. 1 1 is the lirst
preference among tliiise who want
n four-passenger closc-coiiplctl open
car. Its comfort, its beauty of line
and finish, anil its dependability are
typical of the established Chandler
The popularity of the Dispatch,
which readies to every corner of the
world, is based not wiliy on the ftroce
of its trim design and Its beautiful
Ua'nbovv IJIuelinlsh.lmt Isdiioqiilto
as in. :i It to the standard Chandler
ch.iss's upon which it is mounted.
It seats four persons with utmost
comfort. The driver's position is
restful. The cushions are deep,
well tilted nnd trimmed in the best
of genuine hand-buffed leather.
With its wonderful flexibility of
power, its ease of driving nnd real
comfort, characteristic of nil Chand
ler models, everybody likes the
II. R. Garage.
FOR SALE One 7-pascnger Studo-
baker. Just overhauled, l scrips
Booth roadster, newly painted. Im
perial earagc. 13-15;
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Between Modoc Point ond '
Klamath Falls, dark brown jacket.
'Finder leave at. Herald office and re I
FOR SALE Launch, cheap for cxih.tcclve reward. H-19 .
iivtt. Vnt Utnp A Smith. Olffnn.
,.. .- fo.- LOST
A Miller tire, tntertube. cov-j
er and rim. somewhere between i
Chltoqttln and Klamath Falls. Ro-
turn Hall Hotel and receive reward.
The Most Fairly Priced Fine Car Built
SIX SPLENDID IIODY TYPES
.ViMcn-ruj.imj.Vr TouritiC Car. S19VS Four-Pastenccr Roadster, $1995
rour-l'itstcneur Dispatch Car, S207S
Seivtt-Pjstvnwr Sedan, SU9S Four-ftatsengvr Coupe, t2S93 Limousine, tit9S
' (Ml rtlmj. a. It. CltttUnJ, Oiti)
420 Klamath Ave.
CHANDLER MOTOR CAR COMPANY, CLEVELAND, OHIO
A thoroughly 'iiilppd Institution
iffnrilliiK tiniixi'olk'il fiirlllllen for !
rlontlfle trenlnn'iit by hospital moth
ids of mmllcal, stirglenl and ohstot
I'hn now nnd modf.rn fireproof Imlld-
nut ciiutnins prlvnM rooms for bod
mil umbulii'tory ciises, roinplntolir
j iiiiliMid lontnliiiitlou nml troittttiont
rooms, RiiDiilgxn Ray, clinical ana
WARREN HUNT. M. II
I. I,. TltlAN. M II I
di:o a mahsi:v. M I).
niURTII AND PINE HM,
KLAMATH IAM.H. OlIW
j MINERAL BATHS
Dr. Mmid IiikitsmII Hnulrjr
1 (lilriipmitlr l'h)lrln
J First National llnnk llulldlng
Entrance, Room I
ROBERT S. FRY
Ocnrrnl Insiirnnrr ItivrstmrnU
7117 WAHIIINGTO.V HT.
Klntiinlli I'atU, Orr.
of tin anil nhrrt Inin Wfwk, r.
tllatlnic Mid drill nlr hmtlnc
done at the Hluinimn Plumbing
Hluip. No. 10113 Main Ht.
L. N. HAINES
Klamath-Bend Auto Stage
H.ni- 'VTn0;. .Una and -OST July 7th from Crater Lake state 0f Oregon for 1917: as amend- Section 3C; North half of North
dapple gray horses, sound and staRei ono ,arM tan gut case g chapVers 1S4. 142. 29. 390 1 east quarter, and West half
J f: '!.. tli ...n,f- irht marked Plerrepont; one small auu-Qenerai Law8 0f the State of Oregon, In Township 39 South of Range 8
,: "- '"".".."":".. caw stamped rw. r. r. au rewaruifor 1519 East W. M
for return to or Information leading, jr. ) Section 2: North half of Northeast
to recovery of this baggage, watte. Tno description of all lands In-1 quarter, and Southwest quarter of
Pelican Garage. 8" eluded therein aro as follews: northeast quarter.
In Township 3S South of Range 81 All qf th,i above described lands
NOTICE 'EastW. M. I constitute a contiguous Ixidy of
' Section 7; Lots 3, 14, 9 and 8. and! swamp; uet and overflowed lands
Wo ,r .tin maintaining our office the South half of the Southeast quar- now in process of reclamation.
at Enders & Co. store for the pur- cr. and lots 1. 2. 10 and
iu of collectlne our acounU. Will aecuon a, uo j. i. a, o. .. a. j.
2S00. seund: heavy britchen har
ness. Party leaving town Monday.
Must be sold quick. See them at O.
Also One saddle horse with new
saddle, at give away price. O. K.
tarn, aee NybarL ' 25-tf
FOR SALE McCormack mowing"
The total acreage Included In said
machine, all In good condition, not?; Dleae call and settle your ac- and 10. .... . Mnnds nnd to In Included In the dU-
ery eld: works gooa as new. aq-i- : ,,,. our books. ' section : uots . u, 0. 1 anu aoum trlct aforesaid Is 6,000 acres all In
dress Jack Cheechor, R. F. D. No. 1.
Box 43. 14-15
FOR SALE Ono 14x18 slide ralvo
engine, two 54x16 H. T. boilers,
boiler-feed pump, piping, valves, etc.
Billable for saw mill. Apply Box
Stl, Dorrli. California, 1 t-tf.
FOR SALE Five rebuilt pianos. See
them. Earl Shepherd, 507 Main
FOR 8ALE Relied barley In car
load eats: wheat for feed, oats and
other feeds. Central Point ' Feed
8tore, Central Point, Ore. 14-1
FOR SALE Light team, wagoa and
karness. Just the thing tor camp-
tav. Write M. Brown, Klaaatn
rails, Oregon. 11-1 6
FOR 8ALE One complete shlagle
mill and two small Curtis carri
ages for sawmill. H. L. Mill, Hllde-
krand, Oregon. lZ-li
FOR SALE! Rhode Island Red heas.
S26 Mortimer. 9-15
BLOCKS FOR SALE $5 per cord
delivered. Phone 483M. J. M.
FOR SALE One 1920 Chevrolet,
one 1917 Hupmoblle, one 1920
Dodge Sedan. All In good condition.
Central Oarage. 28-tf
Read Enders' ad. for this week's
Special sale on groceries; one sack
Of corn meal FREE with every $15
grocery order. Spot CasL Basket
firocery, 822 Klamath Ave. 12-tf
VUUUfc OU WW va ""? - """" ik.K .U CM..kAo. ...rr
ItOIIEUTH WIIITOU a.,J"Iirior South'"!,, f "of
Just received a large shipment of
brand new buggies, hacks and spring
wagons. "Will tell at Tery reasonable
prices. Also large shipment of gov
ernment tent. Max Weiss, 6tk St.
near Ewauna Box Factory. 7-tf
NOTICE OF HEARING OF PETI
TION TO FORM DRAINAGE DISTRICT.
In the County Court of the State
of Oregon for the County of Klamath.
Notice la hereby given that bearing
on the following petition will be held
at the Court House In the City of
Klamath Falls, County of Klamath.
State ot Oregon, on the 6th day of
September, 1920, for the purpose ot
determining whether the prayer of
aid petition ohall be granted.
All persons owning or claiming an
Interest in lands described In said
petition are hereby notified to appear
at said place on said date and show
cause. It any there be, why the prayer.
In said petition shall not be granted.
C. R. DELAP,
(Seal)' County Clerk.
By GARRETT K. VAN RIPER.
A Herald Waat Ad will sU It.
In the County Court pf the State ot
Oregon for the County of Klamath.
In the Matter ot the Organization
of the Wocus Drainage District.
To the Honorable County Court ot
Klamath County, Oregen:
The undersigned, your petitioners,
respectfully petition and shew:
That they desire to organize and
form a drainage district to be known
aa the Wocua Drainage District un
der and In accordance with Chapter
340 of the General Laws of the Stato
of Oregon for 1915 (page 540) filed
In the office of the Secretary of State
February 26, 1915; aa amended by
Cbaper 414 ot General Laws of the
Section 15; Northwest quarter, and
Lots 3. 4, 9, 10 and 11.
Section 16; all of Section.
Section 17; North half. Southeast
quarter. East half ot Southwest quar
ter. Northwest quarter of the South
west quarter. Lot 2, and Northwest
Section 18; North half of North
east quarter. Southeast quarter of
Northeast quarter, Northeast quarter
of Southeast quarter, and Lots 5, 6,
7 and 8.
Section 20; Northeast quarter.
Northeast quarter or Northwest quar
ter. North half of Southeast quarter,
and Lots 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10.
Section 21; all of Section.
Section 22: West half. Lots 3, 4,
5, 6, 7 and 8, and 2 and Southwest
quarter of Northeast quarter.
Also that part of Lot 1 of Section
22, and that part of Lots 2 and 5 of
Section 15 which lies west of the fol
lowing line, torwlt; Beginning at the
Northeast corner of Lot 3 ot said sec
tion 22, thence North 1435 feet to the
center of the "Neck" thence North 38
degrees 51 minutes West 4145 feet
following "Neck" to Intersection with
north and south center line ot Section
Section 23; Southwest quarter ot
Section 25; All fractional Soctlon
25 except Lots 1 and 4.
Section 26; West half. Southeast
quarter, West half of Northeast quar
ter, Southeast quarter of Northeast
Section 27; All Section.
Section 28; Northeast quarter,
Northeast quarter of Northwest quar
ter. Lota 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8.
Section 29; Lot 8.
Section 34; North half of North
east quarter, Southwest quarter ot
Northeast quarter; East half ot
Southeast quarter, Northwest quar
ter. Section 35; West bait of Northeast
quarter; Southeast quarter of North
east quarter; East half of Northwest
quarter; South half of Southwest
quarter, and Southeast quarter.
Klamath County, Oregon
Tlit! names of the owners of the
abovit described land to be Included
In said district, as shown by the rec
ords of the county, and the acreage
owned by each of such ownora re
spectively are aa follews:
(a) Geary Investment Company
(a corporation) Is the owner ot one
half ot the acreage described above
an Included In the proposed district.
(b) Robert II. Ellis is the owner
or one-fourth of the acreage describ
ed above as Included In the proposed
(c) J. C. Elliott King Is the owner
of one-fourth of the acreage describ
ed above as Included In the proposed
Said district Is to be organized for
tbe construction, operation and main
tenance of a drainage and Irrigation
system and the reclamation or sslrl
lands and protection thereof from the
overflow of the Upper Klamath Lake
ana the natural drainage from the
surrounding bills upon said land, and
the proposed reclamation and protec
tion aforesaid is for agricultural pur
poses and will be conducive to tho
public welfare and will be ot public
All tho lauds, above described and
to be Included In said proposed dis
trict are and should be properly In
cluded therein, and will be benefi
cially affected by the operation of
me propesca district
Tho benefits of such proposed rec
lamation and protection will exceud
tho cost Incurred and any damago
that may be done, and the best Inter
ests ot the land aforesaid to be In
eluded In the district and of tho
owners of such land as a whole, and
of tho public at large, will be pro
moted by the formation and proposed
operations of such district.
The formation of a drainage dis
trict under the provisions' of the act
aforesaid la a proper and advanta
geous method of accomplishing the
protection of tli
to bo Included
Tho proposed plan of, reclamation
nnd protection Is to pnivldu whom
necessary, proper nnd sullnble dikes
to prevent tho overflow of waters of
Upper Klamath Luke, and to drain
tho lands by ditches or otherwise,
supplementing said works by pump
ing plants or other method uffordlng
dralnago; to provldu by ennuis, In-
taxes anu neaugates anil pumps, 11
nioro systematic, economical and effi
cient means of Irrigation; and to pro-
vtdo protection as may bo best suited
to accomplish tho purposo. Said
lands In general are partially reclaim
ed swamp and overflow lands. Said
lands nro now protected from over
flow by dikes, and an Improved sys
tem of drainage and Irrigation Is In
process of construction, and tho pro
posed plan will Include such addi
tional dikes, drainage and irrigation
canals and works aw will bo deemed
All ot tho undersigned petitioners
have' agreed, and do hereby atree.
that they will pay any and all ox
ponsee Incurred and any tax or taxes
that may bo levied against their lands
respectively, tor the purpose of pay
ing the expense of organizing or at
tempting to organize the proposed
WHEREFORE your netltlonara
pray tnat the lands herein described.
or such part ot them as raav ba found
by tho court to bo properly Included
In the proposod district aforesaid,
either permanently or until further
Investigation and survoys may pormlt
elimination snail bo declared organ
ized Into a drainage district, and tbut
such nnd other und further proceed
ings bo had as may bu necossury and
GEARY INVESTMENT COMPANY,
y AONE3 M. GEARY,
ROIIERT II. ELL1H,
J. C. ELLIOTT KINO.
State of Oregon,
County ot Multnomah, ss.
I, J. C. Elliott King, being first
duly sworn, say that I am ono or tho
petitioners In tho above petition; that
I have roud tho Hald petition, am fam
iliar with tho contents thereof und
bellovo the allegations thereof to bo
t , J. C. ELLIOTT. KINO.
Subscribed and sworn to before mo
this 10th day of Juno, 1920.
ARTHUR M. OEARY,
Notary Public for Oregon.
My commission expires
ADrll 22. 1924.
A dally auto stage service Is now
operating between Klamath rIU
'and Ilond. Offices Rex cafe and Met
ropolitan Garage. C. I. Heckard.
Phono 276-W. 27-lf
" FIRE "
Dee the word strike terror to roar
heart, or Is )our property protected
sufficiently by insurance In a rollablo
company I In this day of high cost
ot material, scarcity of homes, no
ono should leave their property un
protected. Let us explain to you the
special Insurance system under
which we protect your home in the
loading insurance companlos of
America. James II. Drlscoll, Room
4, Loonils llulldlng. Phone 432.
Practical Painting, Gliding, llronslng,
Enameling, Kalsomlnlng. Wall Panar
Cleaning and General Contracting.
H. C. TUTHILL
tlS Rose Ht.
WEST END CAFE
No. 72 Main St.
Meals served family style
Call and give us a trial
NOTICE OF SALE OF DRAINAOJI
SEALED PROPOSALS wMI be re
celvod by the Board of Supervisors
of tho Klamath Drainage District of
Klamath County, Oregon, at tho of.
flco of said Hoard which Is In the
Court House In the City of Klamath
halls, Oregon, tor tho purchase of
200,000.00 of the Bonds ot said
Klamath Dralnago District, until the
hour of two nVlnxk In II... ...
n 'he 17th day of July, a. D. 1920.
, "Ul" "nus aro 10 bo dated July
1st, 190, and are !o boar Interest
from duto at the rain of .i . ....
por annum, payable on tho first day
of Jnuuary and tho first day of July
of each yoar. h
ihJrt.M0!"1 .f s.uPrvlTs reserve
tho right to rejoct any and all pro
possls for any reason and If not aaU
Isfactory to said Board.
Add ret all rnmmiinifl.ti...
nil proposals to the undersigned.
O. R. DB LAP,
Secretary ot Klamath Drainage.
Dlitrlct. Klamath Fall. n,l.!r
Jon 11-July 15
THE USB OF these columns will
make money for you.
Murphey Feed & Seed Store
124 So. 6th St.
Buy your feed from
A wV4 tm VMM rlllvllliv
Cna J Vim. riiiJrat W you want them to lay.