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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 24, 1920)
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HERALDS CLASSIFIED COLUMN:
IFOR SALE Real Estate
VOR SALE Modern four room ban
Jgalow and big lot at a special price
of riSOO. Only lIB cash, (too It
today. Clillcoto A Smith, 633 Main
FOR SALE (lood five room bunga
low with bath; on bin comer lot
on I r onn block from Main Bt., and on
pavement, nt $3000, on torms ot
60 cash. Chllcole Smith,
6ll Main St. 33-34
FOR 8AI.K 160 acres, partly !rrl-
f gated; now in crop, near oil wells.
Will tako residence for V, In Klam
ath Falls. Fred C. Hober, corner
Crescent Ave. and Manianlta.
FOR BALK tlrand now three room
tlastered bungalow and big cor
ner lot only three blocks from new
school site at the extremely low price
of I18S0. Onlr 1500 cash and Ml
aace llko rent. Chllcote A Smith,
CIS Main St. H-21
VOnlr a' limited asaoaat ot mint
lead In the Midland tract will bo aold
eaVthe present easy terms. Tou caa
pay tor It eaatlr oat ot roar wage.
It means a good llflag for Ufa. Talk
It over with me. L. Jacobs, CSS
i Pat some ot your wagea Into good
Mint land and secure a competency
far life. Sea L Jacob. Ill Mala
FOR SALE On p-ived street, new
4-room bungalew: Just tight for
1 people. Call 1447 Wordea Ave.
LOTS From' 1 100 ap. In all P-rts ot
LOTS On paremeat. $250 .for cor
ner of 60x140.
LOTS Inside, 1200 for 50x140.
LOTS Large. Just off pared street,
1100 to 350.
Tama 10 per cent cash, balance la
Installments to ault purchaser.
W. M. MONTELIU8
The Klamath Development Co.
1193 Main St. Phone No. 1
FOR TRADE A good 160 acre Irrl
. ..k Will MJB fA !
ini IIUVB. ... .. w. . w.
deuce property. T. D. Watters, 620)
Main, phone 279W.
FOR SALE MiacelUneous
BARGAINS IX USED CARS AND
1 Studebsker delivery wagon, good
running condition, good tires. 8300.
1 Bulck delivery wagon. Cord
tires, Al condition. 1400.
1 one and one-half ton Bethlehem
track, almost new, electric lights
aad starter: a bargain.
1 Ford delivery wagon, Just the
thing for a bug; Bosch magneto,
1 six cylinder fire passenger Bulck,
a bargain at $1050.
Come In and look them over.
36 Main St.
Largest sUe Vlctrola. with twenty
new record selections. $95.00 cash.
' VIctrola Is 2nd hand. Earl Shep
herd, 507 Main St. 2224
FOR SALE 3 steres: all paying
business. Your cbolee. Snap to
right man. See 1001 Mala St. 1214
FOR BALE Just received ear load
of salt eases aad Begs. .Our prleea
are right. See 1098 Mala St. 1114
Some rare hagales la-3jeed can
at' the Howie Garage, Mala street.
They'll give complete satlstactioa.
FOR SALE Btadeaaker six. 7-aas-
aaager: Al eeeastlea, T50I takes
1LT 8ee Daahsm Aata Ca. 491 8.
Id St. 11-1
POftD ACCESSORIES aad raaaJrtag,
Klamath FalU Aata Co.. Ray Call,
TwmJW Mats, .-
FR BALE Orerlaad elab roadster,
i-Al coadUlaa; aaak er tarme,Ap-
FUf 1-9 WasMagjea. . 19-1 4
Oarago Palat 8hee.
FOR BALE Teans of 4 year old
.dapple gray hersea, soand aad
true, with heavy karaeas.
Team ot blacks, very geatle, weight
iseo, souna; neavy enssaea aar
aeas. Party leaviag towa Monday.
Mast be sold quick. Bee them at O.
Also fine saddle horse with new
addle, at giro away price. O. K.
hera, ace Nyhan 15-tt
FOR BALE Two Fords.
FOR 8AUE--Oaa 14x11 slide-valve
aagiae, two I4gl H. T. aeUers,
kaiser-feed Bags, B4aia, valvsa, ate.
sTssKable tar saw saHL Apply Baa
84)1, Darrlg, Camamla.v t. Mf.
Wmt 4 srsR es sk
r I i
eed Your Chickens
rw'OO , &W?rTf fc
FOR 8AL.R-Spoet.il sale on alt
Roods. 8eo 1008 Main St. 13-16
BLOCKS FOR. SALE IS por cord
dellrored. Phone 4I3M. J. M.
Guthrie. - 19-18-
rOR SALE One 1910 Chovrolot.
one 1917 Hupmoblle, on 1930
Dodge Sedan. All In good condition.
Central Oarago. 29-tf
8peclal sale on groceries; one sack
ot corn meal FREE with every 115
grocery order. Spot CasL flasket
Orocery, 823 Klamath Are. 12-tt
rOR SALE JH ton truck. Al con
dltlon. O. K. Dltcksmlth shop.
Sixth St. 38-tf
FOR SALE 1 Balek and an 7-na
nffer Studebaksr. Insperlat Oar
FOR 8ALE Mollaa tractor, plows
aad track. Dane side rake aad
loader. Mollae binder, sprlaa tooth
marrow. All need oae aeasoa. Ad
dersa Ben Read, Oleae, Ora. 1121
FOR SALE Confectionery bualaaaa
at 1022 Main St. 12500 cash, la.
eluding stock. Long Ieaae. 1111
MOTOR BOAT for sale; 26x6, 36 h.
D. Hltchel motor. Van Matar and
Ssaitb. Olene, Oregon. 1723
Alt knowing themselves-to be In
debted to Low's garage, please call
and settle by the first ot the month,
aa I am selling out to go Into other
business. Judd Low. Prop. 2024
Will Frank Pachell write to Dan
iel William: Address Klamath
PLUMBING John H. Llnfeity. 123
.N. Sib St. 20-26
The Johnson Mower has stood the
test. It's the mower for you. We
sell them. Howie Garage, Main
PHONE PETTON for wood. Ill
CITT GARBAGE When you want
garbage removed call 10F-23.
GENERAL REPAIR WORK John
II. Llntesty. 123 X. Sth St.
Printing. Stationery and office
nnplies Pioneer Printing end Sta
tionery company 126 Mala 8L f-tl
FOR RENT OR LEASE
FOR RENT Two comfortable rooms
for worklngmen. Rates rery rea
sonible. 515 Klamath. 2324
FOR RENT Bedroom
man. 303 Pine St.
FOR RENT New store room. cor.
9th'and Klamath Ave. 65x108. J.
T. Ward ft Co.. 834 Main. 15-tt
GARAGE FOR RENT 205
WANTED Mesengcr boy at West'
era Union; mnst be sixteen years
or age. win assist In leaning teleg
raphy If dealred. Inquire at office
for particulars. 2324
Orader aad yard aaaa. Also ebala
grader. Boar 141, City. 1114
WANTED Cheek writer.
15 Plae Bt
R. R. M..
WANTED Ujderwood typist. Mast
ha resldeat. Apply 111 Mala 8L,
Klaasata FalU. 1111
WAMTRO--Twa Brat etaas ataratlag
asrsgui salltwTights; aa atMr kiad
apply. Leave address or tete
t aaaaaer at Baa 16. Herald
WANTED Two mea far ksylag. at
the Eaterprlsa Reach. 10-tt
WANTED Horses to pastare. A1U
saoat Kaaca, pboae 411-Wl. 17tf
To let contract falling, ll-nblnc
aad backing three million feet tim
ber, rate forty thousand feet dally,
aegin imrasxiiateiy. uox iii. city.
WANTED A first class gents tar
nishing salesman. Only one that
has had experience In this line need
apply. Central Outfitting Co., 9th
aad Msln. 21-tf
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Jaly 7th from Crater Lake
stage, oae Urge taa salt essa
starked Plerreoeat: one assail salt
aaaa stamped K. p. p. tit reward
far retera to or Informatloa laadtag
ta reaevery of this baggage. ,WMte
Pelieaa Oarage. . Mt
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FOR SALE The Southeast quarter
ot the southwest quarter of section
terenr Northeast quarter ot north
west quarter ana tno west nait or
the Northeast quartor ot Section
Eighteen In Township Thlrty-sevon
South,' Range Klovcn nnd one-halt
East ot the Willamette Meridian.
Thero Is about three, million feot ot
plno on this land. The "price Is
110,000. For further Information
wrlto owner, K. C. Dosmoml, Holly
wood. Calif., 1T27 N. Sycnmoro Avo.
We are now open for business.
All kinds ot repair done. 1934
Storage flatteries charged and re
j paired at Tho Electric Shop, 133 8.
QUI Oli 1749
YOUR GRAY IR
VOC CAX BRING BACK COLOR
AND Ll'HTRK WITH 8AOE TEA
When you darken your hair with
Sage Tea and Sulphur, no one caa
tell, because It's done so naturally, so
evenly. Preparing this mixture,
though, at home Is mussy snd trouble
some. For 50 cents you can buy at
aay rdug store the ready-to-use prep
aration. Improved by the addition ol
other Ingredients, called Wyeth's Sags
ind Sulphur Compound." You Just
dampen a sponge or soft brush wltfc
It and draw this through your hslr
taking one small strand at a time, B
n.ornlng all gray batr disappears, and
after another application or two, yout
hair becomes beautifully darkened,
glossy and luxuriant.
Gray, faded hair, though no dis
grace. Is a sign ot old age, and aa we
all desire a youthful and attractive
appearance, get busy at once with
Wyeth's Ssge and Sulphur Compound
and look years younger. ,
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WAflt thsBITl to law.
KLAMATH F" , nKf.nw
Ity Be Colllee . i-
(Dedicated; Uh apologies to R. K.,
to almost nny ot tho presidential
If yon can keep jour hldo, when all
Aro hmiRoiiug to all It on tho
It you ran shout tilt no ono can out
Anil mnkn tlin peopto hear you
through the roar!
If you ran stroke tho dovo nnd clank
And point with prlile, and vlow
with four and awo;
And with a club tho profiteer bo
tabor With caro to havo tho club well
stuffed with straw.
If you can light n spark of hope for
That wets may hopo to fan Into a
It you can ktndto In the selt-satuo
For Barleycorn his sombor, final
It you can flay the "vicious lesgue ot
But show that something ot the
sort we need;
It you csn bring down living's eleva
tions. But keep the scale ot wsgea safely
It you can stir the pulses ot the
And keep the nerves of Wall street
coot and calm;
It you can apurn the slush fund when
And still discreetly keep an open
It cu can bo as lucid as a light
hout.i. But not too clear and do not rock
You hare a chanco to tottlo In the
At least four years 'tilt someone
gets your goat.
The best guarantee of faithful performance, of
lasting usefulness or of the definite quality of a pro
duct is found in that product's advertising.
If you value constant satisfaction if you want to
push every dollar to its limit, read the advertise
ments. In them you will find many newsy items to
save you money, time and energy.
Whether your wants are food, clothing, furniture
or a toy for the childrenthe advertisements car.
The advertisements contain many suggestions to
meet the important problems in the home. To take
advantage of an advertisement is to save to get
READ THE ADVERTISEMENTS!
YOU WILL FIND THEY PAY.
MurpheytFeed & Seed Store
SITE FOR BUILDING
i, BOUGHT BY U.. OF O
IjNIVHUBlTY OF ORWJON, Eu
gene, July 33. -Tho Board of. ll
Ktmt- of the Unlvurslly has author
U'd tho purchase of n len acre tract
of lurid adjoining the University on
tin south, known n- the Gain tract
The land faces on Atdor sired, nnd
ties west ot nnd adjoining tho I, i
0,.r retnetcry nnd soulh of the com
otery rldgo lia-otiull dlimond.
Although plana havo not ot boon
completed, work will stsrt soon In
erecting tho now homo ot tho School
of IMucatlon upon this land. Tin
new School ot Education will com
prtso two buildings, similar In struc
ture, ono to house tho school .Itself
and tho other to bo a nunli'l Junior
Hlght school, which will be used for
practice by atudonta ot the school
IIUSINKSa MAX LIKES
KLAMATH FALLS; NKTTMM
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. W, Werner,
comparatively recent arrhals from
the sunny south, have taken up their
residence at 1116 Grand street, and
like this elty and Its opportunities
for advancement so well, that they
will uadoubtedly make their home
here permanently. Mr. Werner came
here from Houston, Texas, last Oc
tober. He remained hero only a
short time, however, leaving tor
brief sojourns In other parts of the
Northwest. A few months ago he
returned, with the tlrm belief that
this elty and district In general pos
sessed advantages that placed them
head and shoulders ato anything
else he had seen. Ho tins been In
charge of the Liberty Market since
his return. Last week. Mrs. Werner,
who had been visiting In various
places In tho south, Joined Mr Wer
aer hero, and she nlmi Is ntremely
well pleased with this city nnd It
In Sweden women for many years
past hao been working In ,thn civil
service, but only In lower appoint
ments and at lower wages than limn.
AI.AHKAN MINK HKM1MKM
JUNEAU. Alaska, July l.
MallA-eAVork at Ihe big Jualln mine
near here, has been stopped and will
not bo resumed until llolglan francs
get back, to ii "roasonablo" nxchango
basis, Jcnu Vnnophem, president rtr
tho lltg.nV company whlrh owns the
mlnof jmnotinrMl hero recently
USKD rnrsT Why, yes. A Chat
. f..,ll. (MinrrntotS. lords,
and trucks, olc. They'rn dependable
Hmt reasonablr priced. Howie Clar-
agu, Main street.
SOOTHING QUIETUDE FOR,
Is ono of any hospital's biggest sssets
and tho location of this hospital
makes It especially desirable from
that viewpoint. Only abundantly
rnpable graduated nurses are em
ployed, and this fact, added to our,
unentitled staff of physicians and.
excellent hospital equipment Insure
our patients unsurpassed service.
DR. E. D. JOHNSON
DR. O. II. MERRYMAN
DR. T. C. CAMl'IIKLL
DR. OKOROB I. WRIGHT
DR. E. 1). LAMB
DR. II. D, LLOYD STEWART
Dr. Maad Ingenmll Hawley
First Nstlonal Ilsnk Building
Entrance, Room I
ROBERT S. FRY
Oeaeral lasarnacn Invest
TOT WASHINGTON NT.
Klasaath Falls, Ora.
of tla aad sheet Iroa worfc, vest
Ulatlng aad warns air h Hag
done at the Hhaaann I'lasahtag
Hliop. No. IOM Mala 84.
Klsunath-Bend Auto Stags
A dally auto stage service Is bow
operating between Klamath FalU
and Usnd. Offices Rex eafe and Met
ropolitan Oarage. C. I. Rockard.
Phone 174-W. 17-tf
" F I R K "
Dee the word strike terror to year
heart, or la your property protected
saReteetlr by lasaraace la a rellaMe
eompaayT u this day of high seat
of material, scarcity of hemse, "
oae aheald leave their preaerty as
protaeted. Let at esplala to yea the
special lasaraace eyetear aader
whleh we protect year home la the
leadlag lasaraaoe ceaipaaiea- ef
America. Jamee H. DrlseoU.
4, Loesala Balldlag. Phaaa 411.
Practical Patatlag, Oltdlag, Breaatag.
Baametlag, Kateomlalgg," WaU' Paper
Cleaalag aad Oeaeral fliatrartlag
M. O. TVTH1XX
WEST END CAFE
No. 72 Main St
Meals served family style
Call and give us a trial
Klamath Dye Works
OUR CLEANING, PRESSING AND
REPAIRING WILL MAKE YOUR
LOOK LIKE NEW '
Goods Catted far aad Delivered
dSl Mala Street BUasaash FalU
124 S. 6tk St
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