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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 26, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
. MODTDAr, JULY M, ItM
HERALD'S CLASHED COLUMN
FOR SALE Real Estate
Oood residence In Merrill, medem:
largo lot, with garage, '$1800; tcniw.
.,h Pievin.?f ?.im X 'J,",
5.i?nT, ' i"f m? . ."I,
66x120 lot. $7600; easy term..
Five room house on Second St., at
T1.100; $200 cash, 150 per month.
Also several cholco resldcnco lota
and somo good bargains In ranch
MIUS. XATK UTKRItia.V
G27 Klamath Ave. 24-26
LOTS From 1100 up, In all parti of
LOTS On pavement, $250 for cor
ners of 60x140.
LOTS Inside, $200 for 50x140.
LOTS Large, Just oS paved street,
1100 to $250.
Terms 10 per cent cash, balance Is
Installments to salt purchaser.
W. M. MONTBL1U8
The Klamath Development Co.
1103 Main St. Phone No. 1
FOR TRADE A good HO mere Irri
gated ranch. Will trad for resi
dence property. T. B. Waiters, (10
Stain, phone 27IW. Il-tf
BARGAINS IV VHKp CARS AXI
I Stadebsker delivery wagon, good
running condition, good tires, $300.
1 Bulck delivery wagon. Cord
tires, Al condition. $400.
1 one and one-halt ton Bethlehem
track, almost new, eloctrlc lights
and starter; a bargain.
1 Ford delivery wagon, Just the
thing for a bug; Bosch magneto,
I iix cylinder nve passenger uuics,
a barsrain at $1050
Come in and. look them over.
C. L. McWILLIAMS
Phone IS? 36 Main St.
FOR SALE Overland club roadster.
Al condition; caah or terms. Ap-
ply 319 Washington. zu-zo-
tor SALE Team of 4 year old
. a,pp!?u Jtvm HZZ2. "0UIUl nd!ner at the edge of a trench, with his
true, with heavy harness. "
Team of blacks, very gentle, weight friends, the French pollus below and
1S00, sound; heavy britches bar-1 about him. In the monument to be
Party waving iow asoauor..
Mast be sold quick.
DOT iuo V.
Also fine saddle horse with new
saddle, at aive away price, u. rv,
kern, aee Nyhan.
FOR SALE Two Forda.
For new and 2nd hand furniture
call on Bob Curtis. 123 N. Sth.
-Twin Indian motorcy-
cle. Itt h
cylinder Paige bug. H
care Dunham Auto Co,
FOR SALE Special sale on all
gooas. see luua jiuiu 01. .
BLOCKS FOR 8ALB $5 per cord
delivered. Phone 48311. J. M.
FOR SALS One 1110 Chevrolet,
oae 1917 HapmobUe, oae 1110
BodgeSedaa. AU la good eoadlUoa.
KOT1CE WOPSKWIYMg ,
tpeetal aale oa graeerisa; oae aaek
X cora meal FRWB wltk wrr Hi
areeery order. Stat CM , ise4
raeery, III KlaauU Ave. 11-U
FOR IALK tU tea traak. Al
O. K. tairiwHa-aaaa,
t''" . ' . ''.'-. V.il ! .L'JJ
FOR 1ALB 1 Baiefc aad aaa T'aaa-
ataaoaaaar. laapenai oar-
Will Frank Packell write to Dan
iel WIlllamsT Addresa Klamath
PLUHBINO John H. Llnfesty. Ill
N. 8th St. 20-26
PHONE PEYTON for wood. Ill
CITY OARBAOE When you want
garbage removed call 10F-23.
GENERAL REPAIR WORK John
H. Llnfesty, 1st N. 8th St.
PrUtlag. Stationery and offlee
supplies. Ploaear Priatlag and Sta
tloaery company. Ill Mala St. t-tf
FOR RENT OR LEASE
FOR RENT Two sleeping rooms)
for gentlemen. 4$ Waahlagtoa
Feed, Your Chickens
FOR RENT Best location for horns
restaurant) 2 to 4 room, Tory rcn-
gonablo. Investigate, l'liono G26J.
,,., . 1 !
'FOR RKNT-Now atoro room. cor.
1 and Klamath Avo. 63x108. J.
IT Wan, & Qq gJ4 Ma, 15u
poll RK.VT War room anarlmnnl.
41c s. Riverside, phono 192M.
WANTED Woman to do washing
fair a few boys. Apply chef, White
Pelican hotel. 24-29
WANTED Two men for haying, at
the Enterprise Ranch. 20-tt
WANTED Horses to pasture Alta
niont Ranch, phone 496-W1. 17tf
LOST AND FOUND
LOST July 7th from Crater Lake
atage, one Urge tan suit case
marked Pierrepent: one small suit
case stamped K. P. P. $50 reward
for return to or Information leading
to recovery of this baggage. White
Pelican Oarage. S-tf
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the County Court of the State of
flprn tnr ICIamatti PAttnlv.
in , M,tter of the ElUte of'Edna
E. Kerns. Deceased.
Notice Is hereby given by the un
dersigned, administrator of the es
tate of Edna E. Kerns, deceased, to
the creditors of, and to all persons
having claims against the said de
ceased, to present the same, properly
verified, within six months arter the
first publication of this notice, tewlt:
.the I2th day of July, 1920, to said
I administrator at the office of C. F.
I Stone at Klamath Falls, Klam-
am v-ouniy. uregon, me same
being the place for
action of the business of said estate.
II. J. MATTOON.
Administrator of the Estate of
Edna E. Kerns, Deceased.
PARIS, July ,5. (By Malt.) Clem-
enceau Is shows at tha front, eland-
erected In his native country, the
Vendee, early next year.
Francois Clcird. the sculptor. Is
chiselling the ' croup work out of
"""bard Burgundlan stone. Unfinished.
g37VI. the work la already said to visualize
20-26 with great character, the scene so
often pictured of the old Tiger,"
m,n,,iiv an(1 almost nhvsleallr.
nf for France
The premier's figure standi eight
feet high. He Is, as always In the
wr days, wearing the long, loose
ioercoai ana me son, sioucauy
I crumpled bat, leaning on a cane.
HIs face Is toward the enemy, his
eyes watching the horizon, following
Indications given him by a seated of
ficer with maps, beside him. On bis
right sre grouped soldiers and In the
trench below are more of the men In
the ranks, looking with mingled as
tonishment and admiration at their
MinUter of War.
The scene is said by critics to be
vividly natural, roagh and muddy
but heroic aad full of the color and
character of war dys.(
IN ISLE OF GUAM
AOANA. Guam, Juae 16. (By
Hail.) Whistling (s prohibited la
the city of Agaaa under the penalty
of a $6 tne by order of Captain OH
or. goveraor of Oaam and com-
afiaaW of the United States naval
Matioa here." Hla order reads:
" "The practice of whittling U an
entirely aaneceasary aad Irritating
noise that must be discontinued.
"It Is therefore ordered and de
creed that no person shall whistle
within the limits of the city of
"The penalty for a violation of
this order shall be an executive fine
not to exceed five ($5.00) dollars.
"W. W. Ollmer, Governor
Captain Gilmer has absolute auth
ority fn making the laws of Guam,
this perhaps being the only United
States possession whero one man has
P wi W m f g VrlwH saTJsskaM a
WwV rWvlwH AH 6b
BIG JAZZ DANCE
OPEN AIR P.AVILION
Largest dance floor between Portland and
SPECIAL JAZZ MUSIC
COME! Everyone Invited COME!
BE PREnY. TURN
TRY GRANDMOTHER'S OLD FA -
VORITE RECIPE OK 8AOE TEA
Almost everyone know, that Sagejlrnck le"m h" jounced his ""-
Tea and Sulphur, properly compound'
ed, brings back'tbe natural color aad
lustre to the hair when faded, gray
or streaked. Years ago the only way
to get this mixture was to make It' at
home, which Is mussy and trouble
some. Nowadays, by asking at any
drug store for "Wyeth'e Sage aad Sul
phur Compound," you will get a large
bottle of this famous old recipe, Im
proved by the addition of other la
gredleats, for about 50 cents.
Don't stay gray! Try Itt No one
can possibly tell that yoa darkened' Ho has been trainer of almost a score
your hair, as It does It so naturally .of Oregon track teams and trainer of
and evenly. You dampen a sponge or many of the lemon-yellow football
soft brush with It. and draw this elevens. His ability as a trainer and
through your hair, taking one small 'track coach has made him a na-
strand at a time: by morning the gray tlonnt flguro In tho world of sport,
hair disappears1, and after another ap. Wlth Hayward along with tho Olym
plication or two. your hair become. pc ,eam th conaiton of tho tw0
oeauwuuy oar. g:o.sy ana attract.
Thnra will h n rulip rnmmunl.
cation of Klamath Lodge No. 77. A.
F. & A. M., Monday, evening. July
26, 1920. at 8 o'clock p. m. Work
In F. C. Degree. I
GEO. C'lASTAIX, W. M.
want, tibtm to lajr,
m m a m
BIL HAYWARD OFF
FOR OLYMPIC GAMES
UNIVERSITY OK OREOON, Ell
gvno, July 26.--Wllllam I.. Ilaywaril,
veteran University of Oregon athletic
trainer, at present In Huston with
,Konmsth nd Arthur Tuck.
' 0ren athletes solocted as members
of tho United States Olympic gamus
tlons of going to Antwerp, Belgium,
with tho toam, to bo a spectator at
the International Olympic games to
be held there this summer In case he
should not be officially selected aa a
trainer for the American track team.
This news was contained In a wire)
received at the administration otflcea
of tho university from Hayward.
Bill Hayward has been a fixture at
the University of Oregon since time
Immemorabte, acting as head of the
men's physical education department
0rvgon entries will In all likelihood
.. . . ... ..... .
va inucn lienor, anu moir nest per
formance at the Antwerp meet as
sured. The election of James M. Cox
would glvo tho United States Its
sixth President bearing tho Chris-
'a "e of "James."
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 children the advertisement 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
guaranteed value. . . ,
READ THE ADVERTISEMENTS;
YOU WILL FIND THEY PAY.
LAKEVIEW, Ore,, July 20. A
lilK round-up colobrntlon will lie hold
hero September 4, fi, and 0. A cor
poration linn liocm organised to man
nm the nffnlr, ronalatlng of 8. P.
Dicks, president; W. V. Miller, vice
president; Dan F. Brontinn, secre
tary and treasurer; A. J. Ousley, W.
?.. Moss, F. Reynolds and D. 0. Olblis.
directors. Tho Illy Rodeo nssoclii
tlon wilt co-oporntn with tho local
association In making tho nffnlr n
Several thousand dollars have
been collected for a prlto fund. Out
law horsoa from practically every
largo ranch In Lake county and from
many ranches In Klamath and Modnc
counties bare boon socurcd and wild
bulls and steers In plenty havo been
gathored from the ranges.
Beside riding, roping, racing and
other range sports there will bo
street parades, baseball games, etc.,
to amuse the visitor. September G
falls on Sunday and the following
day la Labor day, two holidays In
succession are provided, and Lake
view la preparing to eitnnd hospi
tality to thousands of visitors.
Tho boatwomen of China have no
need to agitato for women's rights
they possess them. The boatwomen,
whether she be a single women, or a
wife, or a widow, Is the head of the
house that Is to say, of the boat.
If she Is marled, tho husband takes
the useful but subordinate ptare of
deckhand. She does the steering.
Ing, makes bargains with the passen
gers, collects the money, buys sup
plies, and In general lords It over
Storage Ratterles charged and re
paired at Tho Electric Shop, 123 S.
6th St. 19-26
A Classified Ad will sell It.
"SAY IT WITH
fill Flower mid Pliinti In Ul.pl. 1)'
Hut IIiumo Near Mill Hrlmol
10IO Main Nt. Klamath I'.ilU
SOOTHING QUIETUDE FOR
Is ono nf any hospital' biggest assets
and the location of this hospital
makes It especially desirable from
that viewpoint. Only abundantly
capable graduated nurses aro em
ployed, and this fact, added to our
unequalled atsft of physicians and
excellent hospital equipment Insures
our patients unsurpassed service.
DR. E D. JOHNSON
DR. O. II. MKRRYMAN
DR. T. O. CAMPBELL
DR. OKOROE I. WRIOHT
DR. K. I). LAMB
DR. II. D. LLOYD STEWART
Dr. Maud Ingrrmll Ilawley
First National Rank Building
Entrance, Room t
ROBERT S. FRY
Geaeral Usaranra InvretaMata
707 WASHINGTON BT.
KUasatb Fella, Ore.
ALL KINDS '
of tla aad sheet Iron work, re.
dialing aad war air heating
dona nt the Hhaaana Plambtag
rtl.op, No. lOtf Mala .
L. N. HAINES
Klamath-Bend Auto StagsJ
A dally auto atage asrvlce la now
operating between Klamath Falla
and Bead. OBces Rei cafe and Met
ropolltan Oarage, c. I. Reckard.
Phone 171-W. ij.it
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Doaa the word strike terror to roar
heart, or (a your property arotaetad
aaUtaailr by laaaraaS I. i AlUkle
comaaarT U thla da or kiilIl;
2L,!lUr.,l. ere aaawa, aa
oaa, aaauld leave their BroMrtyaa.
proiewa. Let na eiplata to yoa taa
aaelal. laaaraaea ayata- aaiaar
whiek wv mtMt yaar heata la M
4, LoemU eliding. PkaM lT
.i 'j(fi '
Practical Palatlag, Olldlag , roaatag,
aamellng, KaUomlatag. WaU Pimp
'Cleaalag aad Oeaeral Ceatraetlag.
SB. V. TtTTtUIJj
It Rose M.
WEST END CAFE i
No. 72 Main St.
Meals served family style
Call and give us a trial
Klamath Dye Works
OUR CLEANING, PitKHHINQ AN!
REPAIRING WILL MAKE YOUR
LOOK LIKE NEW
Oooda OaUea for aad Delivered
Ml Mala Street Klamath fi
Murphey Feed & Seed Store m
t Se. 6tkSt i
oux your rM troa
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