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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 17, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
HEBftLD'S CLftSSIFIEDKCOmMNS IDA PUIHES IH
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FOR SALE Real EiUte
HOUHKH VOW rULK
4 Hooin house
, A good four room houso complete
ly furnished, nlco Uwn, on Lincoln,
car Third; price $1900 cash.
S Hoom House
A strictly modern C-room bungn
low, close In on 9th, with ot without
i Hoom House
A 4 -room house with sleeping
Torch and b.ith; 4 Reed lots, on
Crescent Ave. 'Price $3500.
..10 Hoom House..
A Reed big 10 room houso nnd 2
lot, nn rnrnrr.llth nnrl Vnritn Avn .
no block (mm now public school'
alto. 1'rico $5000; $2000 cash, bal
ance easy terms.
T. 11. WATTKRS
CIO Main Phone 379W
XUY 10 ACHKS ot good mint Und.
Ten per cent down and balance $3
r month. See L. Jacobs, 612 Main
St., Klamflth. Falls. 15-tt
TOR SALE 4-room atrictly modern
furnished house on North 9th St
Trice $3500. R. K. 8mlth Realty
FOR SALE Form containing 100
acres. 70 acres In alfalfa. 30 in
grain; 25 dairy rows,. 24 Belters and
.calves. 7 horses. i.caUax 9 sheep, 50
oki. 100 chickens and all needed
machinery for operation. For price
and particulars secM- Delfattl, 7H
miles from Klamath- Falls on the
Midland, road. 14-17
S room house, and 5 big lota for
sale, $2850, 1300 mortgace ran for
3 years, balancotash. 133 Grant Su
TEN ACRES ot mint land will bring
over $5,000 a year return. Ten
jer cent down and balance $2.00 per
month. See L. Jacobs, 622 Main St.
Klamath Falls. 15-tf
VOTS From $100 up, In all parts of
1X)TS On pavement, $250 for cor
ners of 60x140.
lOTS luildc, $200 for 50x140.
LOTS Largo, Just off paved street,
$100 to $250.
"terms 1Q per cent cash, balance In
Installments to suit purchaser.
W. M. MONTEL1U3
The Klamath Development Co.
1303 Main St. Phone No. 1
TEN ACRES oTmlnt land will keep
a family lna good comfortable llv
tag. Ten per cent down and $2.00
yer month. See L. Jacobs, 622 Main
St. Klamath Falls. 15-tf
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
TOR BALE Ford touring cars, at
"Central Auto Service, phono 513.
Iri Shepherd' for Records. IS-i;
FOR SALE Three fine Rhode Island
Red laying hens. Call 51 Main St.
upstairs, after 5 p. m.
TOR SALE 3 stores; all paying
business. Your choice. Snap to
rigflemaa. See 1008 Main St. 15-17
FOR KALE 1917 Dulck 6, good
shape, tort tires on rear, 1 extra.
I960 cash or terms. Inquire Club
Cafe after 5 p. m. 15-20
l"OR SALE Just received car load
otaadt cases sad. bag. Our prices
are right. See. 1008 Main St.
OR SALE Launch, cheap for cash.
Write Van. Metac Smith, Olene.
JTOR SALE Team of 4 year old
dapple gray horses, sound and
In, with heavy harness.
Teaaa.et blacks, very gsntle, weight
55P, sound; bear britchen har
Mta. Party leaving town Monday.
Vast i be sold quick. Bee them at O.
Also fine saddle horse with new
addle, at give away price. O. K.
larn, see NybarL 26-tf
WOn BALE: One 14x18 alide valve
engine, two 54x16 H. T. boilers,
toller-feed pump, piping, valves, etc.
Satiable for saw mill. Apply Box
391, Dorrls, California. 1 9-tf.
TOR SALE: Rolled barley In car
load oats; wheat for feed, oats and
ether feeds. Central Point Feed
Store, Central Point, Ore. 14-19
BLOCKS FOR BALE $5 per cord
delivered. Phone 483M J. M.
JTOR BALEI One 1930 Chevrolet.
ae 1917 Hupmobfle, one 1930
Bodge Sedan. All In good condition.
Central Oarage. 28-tf
XOa SALE Almost new Ford tour
tec car. Inquire, a, M. DeMcrrltt.
Matt Hotel. 14-16
FOR BALE-1 Buick and one 7-pas-enger
Studebaker. Imperial Gar
Road Endcrs' ad, for this week's
Special salo on crocerlej: ono sack
ot corn menl FllKK with every $15
grocery order. Spot CasL Basket
Oroccry, S3S Klamath Are. 12-tt
FOR SALL 2J ton truck. Al con-
dltlon. 0. K. Blacksmith shop.
Sixth St. 2S-t(
LAWNMOWKRS SHARPKNKl) with
Peerless crlador. Work mmn.
teed. 917 Plna St. 16-21
Karl Shepherd for Records. lfi-i;
Printing. Stationery and offlct
supplies. Pioneer Printing and Sta
tionery company, lit Mala 8t- -tf
PHONE PEYTON for woo. 117
FOR RENT OR LEASE
NEATLY FURNISHKD room for rest
at 515 Klamath: rates 14.00.
FOR RENT New star rooss. tor.
9th and Klamath Arc gSxiaa. 3
T. Ward tt Co.. 834 Mala. 15-tf
YOR 8ALE Household
OARAGE FOR RENTV-StS Soath
5th St. 10-lf
WANTED Lumber or. lac hauling
contract, navo now" equipment,
i a. a. ., neraiu omce. ie-1
WANTED Woman or man and wife' "Thcro ls consfdorable agitation
to work on ranch. Addrars box W. T. fr nn extension or tho aerial forest
Herald office. 16-22 patrol of California, which has been
wTvtpiC-iv! ZZl i r I Instrumental in protecting Ilfo and
WAITED To rent 4 or 5- room' . .. , . .,
house. C. F. Trlntble. phone 475 Wrtr tTom " ros- Tho Ca
or 374. 16-19 fornla Hlco Growers nxaoclntlony
' ' which last year established a servlcu
"VL".!0-. Laj !! Patterned nfter the forest patrol over
vw tuua U4 uicuuun UU, KV run
Klamath. On shares or
Address or phone Fort- Klamath
Meadow Co., Fort Klamath, Ore.
WANTED- Woman tar general
housewerk: 3 in family, no small
children. Address 119 WastUngtoo.
WANTED 2 girls for clerical work.
Apply in own hand writing, stat
'ng references and past experience.
uox .no. i&, uernia omce. 14-1
WANTED Contractor to- plow 500
to 1000 acres, startlnc at once.
Inquire L. Jacobs, 622 Main St.
CITY GARBAGE When you want
garbage remored call 10F-23.
LOST AND FOUND
A chance to save money on your
Inn.fAr a-nrtr Phn. tCOD -- .ll
1410 Sargent Ave.
LOST Between Modac Point ond
Klamath Falls, dark brown Jacket.
Finder leave at HeraJkt office and re
ceive reward. 14-19
LOST July 7th frem Crater Lake
stage, one large tan suit case
marked Plerrepoat; oae email suit
case stamped K. P. P. $50 reward
for return to or Information leading
to recovery ot this baggage. White
Pelican Garage. 8-tt
Just, received a large shipment of
brand new buggies, hacks and spring
wagons. Will sell at very reasonable
prices. Also large shipment ot gov
ernment tents. Max Weiss, 6th St..
near Ewauna Box Factory. 7-tf
COUNTY TKEASUREIVS NOTICE
Notice Js hereby given that there
are funds In the county treasury for
the redemption of Klamath County
General Fund warrants; protested on
or before Oct. 18, 1913.
Interest on the same will cease
from this date.
Dated at Klamath Falls, Oregon,
this 15tb day ot July, A. D 1920.
O. K. VAN RIPER,
15-20 County Treasurer.
Klamath Dye Works
Phone 408 '
OUR' CLEANING, I'HESHINO AND
REPAIRING WILL MAKE YOUR
LOOK LIKE NEW
Goods CaUed for and Delivered
431 Main Street Klamath 'Falls
DUG HILdO Ml
NEW YORK, July 17 About tOll
business nvn scntterded throughout
thi' t'nltcd States more or Inm roRit
t..l.. II. I.. nl.nl.nn. t... I .. .... I. .. I
IIIIIJ iij 111 (ill l'llllll-n U1!in,!- tlll'll
homes In the country, nt the mmin.J
mins or (no snnro. ui ineir my ni
llpcvse, according to nn estluuttu of
tlio Manufacturers Aircraft Assncln
tlon. The number of Itinerant iterlnl
("taxf-tfrivern" who enrry passengers
on short hut remunerative Mights
Ms placvd nt some 300.
"There Is a steadily increasing de
mand tor nlrcntft of the coin11torct.1l
type," snys n report made to the as
sociation, "but, contrnry to some
published reports, the demand docs
not equal the supply. Factories now
In operation In the linlted States
could construct ten times the num
ber of aircraft which optimists esti
mate woulif bo required this year.
A trip throughout the country
taken by representatives of tho as
sociation rcrvuled some Interesting
uses to which aircraft are being put.
"In Seattle during the tourist sea
son, tho Investigators reported, "a
passenger airplane makes dally runs
over and around" Mount Rainier, rj
ing at 20,000 feet, some 5,000 feet
above the motmratn.
"At the Santa Barbara seaside ro
sort a flying boat Is In dally opera
tion over tho channel, two of Its
most Interesting passengers during
the early part of this yrfar Imv'ng
been the King" nnd Queen of Bel
glum. Regular flights are being con-
over Southern California
with n baby blimp.
IC.000 acres of rice lands, tins en
larged this service to guard double
"Two flying b'oatr aro being used
ifor transporting-supplies from Soal-
tie to a mining company In 'British
ORLAND, July- IT. Walle direct
ing the throwing ot water on the fire
which destroyed' the W. V. Martin
house, Nlghtwatchman J. Thurston
fell beside a hydrant and died with
out regaining consciousness.
SAN FRANCISCO. July 17. FrodJ
Staude, San Francisco capitalist, fell
from a twclftbttUrr window of his
office building here Tuesday and wua
Instantly killed- .Hundreds of per
sons In thn downtown streets uir-
. .,. . . . ,. r.
" "c mo. 'i w.,
years old ami was president ot tae
Simplex Ice Machine company.
SACRAMENTO. July 17. Rest as
sistance In tae form of cold, bard
cash will be-nstended to help Willows
robulld her business district, one
third of which was razed in that million-dollar
fire of Sunday.
This was decided upon following a
conference- at Willows Monday be
tween a delegation from the Sacra
mento chamber of commerce and
FOLSOM, July 17. Voting 274 to
46, six grammar school districts Moa
day ratified the proposal to form a
Folsom Joint union high school. The
schoot building will be located In
PLYMOUTH, July 17 Drew Cam
inettl, who sustained an injury- to his
left band while operating a buzz saw
on a ranch near Jackson about two
months ago, submitted to an opera
tion when the four flngora of his left
hand were amputated. This was
necessary because ot an infection,
which had developed In tho hand and
as a precaution against blood poison
ing. LODI, July 17. Funeral services
were held Tuesday for Mrs. Sarah
Adeline Nicboles, who passed away
Saturday at the home ot her daugh
ter, Mrs. C. E. Holmes, on Popular
street, after a few days' Illness of
RED BLUFF, July 17. O. n.
Cross, a well known farmer of tho
Dalryvtllo section, was severely burn-
Sunday and Monday
The Coolest and Beat Ventilated Theater
t in Klamath Falls
The Greatest Photoplay on Earth
of a Race"
Coat a Million Dollars and Over Two Years
Employed Ten Thousand People
A Wonderful Human Story of Democracy
and of Brotherhood
It Eulogizes the Working man, It Gives Due
Credit'to All Races and Creeds
Shows Urt promptly at 1 :30, 3 :30, 5:30, 7 aad 9
Special Matiaee Monday at 2:30 o'clock
til In aa explsulon of gasollna ea a
tractor whon the wind tarncd the
trraln flrn on tho Saaliorn ranch) to
ward ttao machine,
Croat In aa effort to rantrol the
fire. hUchcd .bis tractor to sasno
plows ro plow aroimd the burning
grain. Ho iaa driving tkii tractor
and Wayuo Snodgiass luaidloo) the
plows. At tbe mommt whan. the-tiro
was bvllcvcd. under control' tho wind
changed ant tho flames caught tbe
TBere wOli be r special, coaawunl-
catlao ot KlamatUi Lodge; Ito. 77, A.
F. ft A. X., Monday evaninc JUif
19 1920, at 7:3 o'closk, p. m.
Work in M: V. Decree, AH Mas
tei Maaona are capected to attend.
1T-19 GEO; CHASTAiy. W. M.
I urn not responsINu for any blllsi, to havo iv good and! valid titlu In nrul
or contracts raodo by anyone except:; to said tfVsrrlbcd real property, to
mvsolf. Tho contract t ourcbas. wit:
an InUrest In my sheep by I. C. Ma-
Call has boo terminate).
Queen Mary Is opposed to hone
women riding antrlde, so when she
visited the Ioudon horse show all
tho wotnsn riders appeared In; aide
aaddles. HUMMONH FOR I'UBLICATfON
No, 11H.1 Kqalty
In tho Circuit Court of tbo State
of Oregon for Klamath Coisaty.
Fred L. Houston, Plaintiff, vs.
Danlol L. Uordon and Nellie Gordon,
husband and wife, C. N. Gordon and
Lucy I. Gordon, husband and wit,
Robecca Juno Gordon-Pratt, widow,
Laura Shorman-lloss, and A. II. Hess,
wife and husband, Sykes Hamaker
and Etbel Haraakcr, husband and
wife, George Sherman and
Sherman, husband and wife, Leonard
Shertaan and Fannie Sherman, hus
band and wife, hoirs at law or naran
A. Oordon, deceased; and the Un
known Heirs at Law ot Sarah A.
Qordon, deceased, Defendants.
In the name ot tno mate or uregon;
To Daniel L. Oordon, Nelllo Oor
don, O. N. Oordon, Lucy I. Oordon,
Rebecca Jano Oordon-Pratt, Laura
Sherman-Hess, A. II. Hess, Ooorgo
Sherman and Sherman, his
wlfo, Loonnrd Bhcrmnn. and Knniilo
Bheraianfani! to the unknown tulrs
at luw ot Saruh. A. tlonlon. iliiavd:
Yea and each of you nru hiirubjr
required to appear and answer the
cooiaialnt flliM ncnlnst you, In the
above entitled suit, on or before July
28. ItSO. thut bolng thn Inst day of
tho time prescribed la thn order for
publication of this summons. And If
you fall ao to- answur or nppear, for
want thorcof.tbo plaintiff win apply
to the Court tbrrtio r4lut prayed for
In Ms complaint on file horeta, to-
First, That the Oefcndaata and
eaca and all of them b ru art rod to
set forth the naltiru of tholr retvocttvo
claaas to tbe hereinafter described
praswrty anj each and' all of tholr
said claims, If any taey have, and
thai all advarse claims of the defen
dants, and each ot diem, be deter
mined by a decrco of this Coart.
Second. That by a docrot of this
Caart'lt bo adjudged and determined
that the dtfendants aad eaca, and all
of them hfjs-e no right, title,. Interest,
or estate la and to tho said promises.
or any pnrtor-parcerof said: promise
adverse tistlio titlo of pinliuirr huru-
la. and that tho plaintiff tw decreed
Lot Ftvo (C) In Block Thirty
' nlno f.t9) of th City or Klamath
Falls (formerly Llnkvllin), Klaia
ath Ctuiity, HtJte ot (Jregon, no
cording to tbo duly recorded pfot '
and that plaintiff havw good and
valid title In and to snle promises ns
agalnut tho salit named and unnamed
defendants and caih and all of thorn.
Third. That by a decree erf this
Court it bo adjudged and determined
thut tbo defeadants aad each and all
tt them bo fornvor enjoined and
barred from in any tsnnnur MiBortlng
any claim or claims whatsoever in or
to tho said promise horolnnbovo de
scribed, or In or tn any part or por
tion thoreef, adverse to thn plaintiff,
and for sach other and further rollof
as to this Court tuny seom moot and
equitable, and for hla coats and dis
Thin summons Is served by publi
cation thcroof, In tho Kvenlng Horald,
a dally newspaper, printed, published
and of genoral circulation In Klamath,
uouniy, uregon, ny order or Honor
able D. V. Kuykendall. Judge of tho
abovo entitled court, made and filed
Juno 11th, 1920, which said order
requires that this summons be pub
lished at least onco a week for six
consocutlve weeks, beginning on tbo
12th day of Juno, 1920.
O. F. STONB and
W. A. Wlost,
,. Attornoys for Plaintiff.
A IhoroiiKlily equipped Institution
stfordliiK iitioicollmt fucllltlus for tn
4-lantl(lu triMitmunt by hospital meth
ods of modlral, surKlciil nnd obstet
t riio new ii lid modern fireproof build
jitig rinitniiiN prlvuin rooms for bad
mt nmbiilntury msns, coiiipl'4l
l.Hllnid tixiuiilntitlon hinl treatment
rooms, ItounlKi'ii Itny, clinical and
research laboratories, ,
WARREN HUNT, M 0. '
L. L. TRUAX, M. I). -
GEO. A. MAKHKY. M. I).
FOURTH ANH PINE BTd.,
KLAMATH KAI.t.fl. ORB.
, TELEPHONE 497 .
Dr. Maad Ingepmll Havte
First National Bank Building
ROBERT S. FRY
Orneral lasaraare Invrstmeata
.707 WASHINGTON HT.
Klamath Falls, Ore.
of tin and slier t Iron work, vea
tllatiug aad Mann air hratlaf
done at the Hlmnnon lumblag'
Hl.op. No. 10S8 Mala HU
L. N. HAINES
Klamath-Bend Auto Stag
A dally auto stage service Is bow
operating between Klamath Fall
and Bend. Offices Res cafe and Met
rnpolltan Oarago. C. I. Itockard.
1'hono 27-W. 27-tf
Does the word strike terror to yoar
heart, or Is your property protected
sattlclently by Insurance In a reliable
csmpsnyT In this day of high cost
of mstorlsl. scarcity of homes, do
oae should leave thtlr property aa
peotected. Let as explain lo you tbo
special Insurance system under
which we protect your home la tbo
Uadlng Insuraace companies of
America. Jamee H. DrUcoll, Room
4, Loomhi Building. Phone 412.
Practical Painting, Gliding, Uroailag,
Knamoltag, Kalaotnlolag. Wall Panes
Cleaning and Oeneral Contracting.
H. C. TVTHIIX
WEST END CAFE
No. 72 Main St.
Meals served family style
Call and give us a trial
SOOTHING QUIETUDE FOR
la eno of any hospital's biggest assets
aad tho location of this hospital
saakoa It especially desirable from
that viewpoint. Only abundantly
capablo graduated nursos aro em
ployed, and this fact, added to our
unoqualled staff ot physicians and
excellent hospital cqulpuiont Insuroi
our patients unsurpassed sorvlco.
DR. K. D. JOHNSON
- DR. O. II. MRRRYMAN
DR. T. O. CAMPBKLL
DR. aEOROH I, WRIOHT
DR. H. D. LAMB
DR. II. D. LLOYD STEWART
Murphey Feed & Seed Store
124 So. 6th St
Buy your feed from
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