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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 27, 1920)
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HMD'S CLASSIFIED COLUMN
FOR SALE Real EiUte
FOR SALE Mudorn live room plat
tared bouso wild iilunty of cnblnot
work; alto lawn, true mid outbuild,
loci, llouso U completely furnished,
lualudlng piano, and tlm whole goo
t the lowprlcoof $4750; jut $1200
calk and lliu halunco on Inn thuo by
tbeluionth, Chllcolti & Hmltli, 013
Mali Ml. ' 20-27
VUH MALE HKAMO.VAHLK PRICK
VIIAOIIIO RANCH," on., mllo from
lows, 12U acres, good Improvement.
About two miles of liulldlnK front
al. f. ALHO
factory Kiln on Itullroud. In town.
Inotudlng Community llousu sites,
abaul fifty lot,
,' About 2 acr on river, for sum
v mar homes and recreation, two mile
T.IO. IIAUUK, Wllllta liulldlnK.
Klamath Knits. 20-27
FOB HAI.K (lood bouim on Nlntb fit.
,wllb live big roomi and batb on
Brat floor and tlireu niiibII room up
atalrs; on big cornur lot, wltb gar
age), at a apeclal price of $5000.
Oily 11200 caiti and balance Ilka
reat. Tbla I Just about Ilia belt roe
Idinca lot In tb city and baa f)a
lawn and abadn I rmn. Look It oer
totfay. Chllrolo ft Hmltli, 033 Main
LOTS From 1 100 up, In all prta of
LOTH Oa pavement, $2(0 for cor-
I Bert f (Oil 40.
" LOTS Inildo, 1200 for 50x140.
LOTS Largo, Just off paved it runt,
JI100 to $250.
Tarsia 10 per cont caih, balance In
'installments to ault purchaser.
W. M. MONTKI.ICH
iTbe Klamatb Development Co.
1101 Main Ht. Phono No. 1
FOIl HAI.K On pavi'd street. 2 now
(bungalow, Onn 4-roim; ttm oth-
ri L-ruutiiM alii! Iiullii iiukIhmi! tur
ner lot. no sewer or pavement taxes.
Paoae SCVJ. or cull 1417 Worden
mil. mai.i.!iiv liwnnf.. rm tnar
uyoom bourn on paved itreet, two
block from Main. Very manonnblo.
Wlio llth Ht 20-31.
FORTRADI-A good 100 aero Irrt- i,"", r "r nl " '"" r"r'' ""
Oialad ranch. Will trade fur real-,
4cc property. T. II. Wattera, 20 Notice I hereby given that, pur
Main, pbone 27VW. 21-tf auant to reiolutlon of tho Hoard of
Huiorvlor calling lame, a Rpeclal
Bwowwwwkmwwwwwwwiwww. nloctlon by the land owner of Upper
Ml SALE MielUrMK)Ui Van llrlmmor Drainage IMalrlet will
v bo held at tho reildenco ol Fred Mc-
" Kendreo In ald DUtrlct and nliout
FOIl HAI.K Hot of tinner tool; nl- one mile noutlirnut of I .one Tine
(ao Oregon law hook and Culver- Hchool lloum, Klamath County, Ore
mitr Imw Louka. Aitilrnn I'oatmaitnr. Klin, on July 31. 120. at 2'30
Z3- : .. . - ....:.' . .. . ".... .
l.V VHRU CAKal
Jl ilndabikar delivery wagon, good Aroorlc, , copy of whlch contract I
WBlog condition, good tire. WOO.,,,,, , w'Uh lhV8ecrotary of aald DU-
Zl buicb. delivery wagon, wra
wee, i couumuu, ivv,
1 1 one and one-bait ton Datblabein
truck, almoat now, atactrlo light
Ud atarter: a bargain.
.l Ford delivery wagon, Juit tba
thing for a bug; IIokIi magneto,
U al cylinder nvo paaaonger iiuick,
imibaraaln at I10S0.
- Coma In and look them over.
C. I.. McWJM-lAMH
Tkono 16? 30 Main St.
FOR BAI.K Team of 4 year otd
ft dapple gray koraea, aound and
true, wltb heavy, harnei.,
'.Team of blacka, very iMtla, weight
1M0, aound; heavy brileken har
aaa. Party leaving town Monday.
Mut ba aold quick. Bee them at O.
S Alao fine aaddle horae with new
MUUIe, at give away price. O. K.
kara, aaa Nykart ac-tf
, For now and 2nd hand furnlturo
'aalle Bob Curtla, 123 N. nth.
VOR SALS Twin Indian motorcy
., cle. .1H. h.'p. gaa onglno. Four
cylinder Paige, bug. vll. V. Petoraon.
art Dunham Auto Co. 24-31
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BLOCKS FOR HALE IB per cord
Z delivered. Phono 4S3M. J. M.
JTOR 8ALB Oaa 1910 Cbavrolet,
'; oa lil7f Hupaoblle, on ivau
Bo4g Badaa. All la good condition.
Central Oarage. 8-tf
. I i i
, NOTICK HOUHKWI VKH
Special aale on grocorlea; one aack
at corn meal FRKK wltb avery llo
Vrocery order. npoi uaab uaeaei
rocary, 811 Klamath Ave. 11-tf
OR HALE 2 U ton truck. Al con-
U dltlon, O. K. Ulickimlth ahop,
fllatk 81. 8-tf
FOR BALE 1 Dulck and ana 7,-paa-i
aagar Btudebaker. Imperial Oar-
If .'. ""
f a Aaa m
liAAfl VniiV I
su.-j -WW j ai i .
FOIl HALE A two biirnor Puritan
(ill NlOVO! IIMUll two Wlllikl. 112.
IN, 3211 Mtll HI. 26-2II
FOIl HALE lood delivery Kord for
Halo clioup. Military Oarage, 637
Willow Ht. 20-29
I'HONK I'KVTON for wood. IH7
CITY OAIUIAOK When you want
garbage removed cull 10K-23,
Printing, Stationery and offlct
supplies. Pioneer I'rlntlDR and Hta
tloaary company 118 Main Ht. 9-tf
FOR RENT OR LEASE
KOll HKNT 3 room
npartmtml. I'lionu 020.
run iikht two sleeping rooma
for gentlemen. 418 Washington
FOK HKNT New etoro room, cor.
9lh and Klamatb Ave, 65x108. J.
T. Ward ft Co.. 134 Main. IG-tf
FOIl HKNT Four room apartment,
410 H. lllvorlde, phono IB2M.
CI,KRICAIj WOIJK wanted by younn
man. Kiperleuce with largo Han
FrancUco Corporation. Addroi llox
"O" Herald office, 20-27
WANTKI) Woman to do wablnK
for n fow boy. Apply chef, White
Pelican hotel. 24-29
WANTKD Two men for baying, at
me Knterpriaa iiancn. zo-tr
WANTED Horae to paatura. Alta
moot Itanch, phono 4J6-W1. 17tf
LOST AND FOUND
I.OHT July 7lh from Cratrr Lake
". ne large tan ault cane
marked I'lorrnpont; one amall ault
cam siampou k. r. r. i&u reward
for return to or Information leading
lo recovery of Oil buggaga.' Whlto;rul"'f 0 per nnnunr. nnd -nUo tin
reman iiurage. a-ir
ociock p. m,, ni wnicn nine unu
plare until land owner will vote up-
on the question of approving or re
jecting a cert it In contract proponed
to bo entered Into by ald Drainage
DUtrlct and the United State of
.,.,, anJ m, bo , .. ...
Hecrutary Upper Van llrlmmer
7-2H Drainage DUtrlct
In tho Circuit Court or tho Stato of
Oregon, for Klamatb County.
In tho matter of tho petition of the
Hoard of Hupervlaora of the Klamath
Dralnago DUtrlct of Klamath County,
Orogon, praying that all ot the pro
ceeding In connection with the or
gnnltatlon or the dUtrlct, and the
proceeding ol the Hoard ol Super
visor and of aald dUtrlct providing
for and authorising the luo and alo
of ImiikI of aald dUtrlct may he ex
amined, approvod and confirmed by
To thn Klamath Dralnago District
and to all froehnldora, legal voter
and aaaussmvnl payer within aald
Notice I hereby given that tho
hour ot 2 o'clock p. in. of Tuosduy
thn 24th duy of Auguit. A. D. 1920,
and thn Court room of tho above en
titled court n the City of Klamath
Fall, Oregon, I set a tho time and
place far tho hearing of tho petition
of tho Hoard of Supervisor of tho
Klamath Drulnago DUtrlct of Klum
nth County, Orogon, praying that nit
cf tho proceeding In connection with
tho organisation ot the dUtrlct and
tho proceeding of thn Jloard of Su
pervisor und of ald DUtrlct provid
ing for and authorising the Ibhuo and
sulo of bond of huIiI dUtrlct may be
oxumlned, approved and confirmed
by tho court, which ald petition haa
been filed with thn Clerk of tho Cir
cuit Court of Klamuth County, Oro
gon. Any peron Intorestod may at any
time before Tuesday the 24th duy of
August, A. D. 1920, appear and con
teHt the validity of such proceeding!
or any ot tho acta or things therein
C, II. DKLAP,
Clerk of tho Circuit Court of
tho Stato of Oregon for
Hy LOYD R. DE LAP,
Wo apeclullse In oxy-ttcotyleno
welding. No job la too difficult, und
tho broak will bo permanently weld
ed too. Ask u for prices on this
work. Ilowlo Oarage, 20-tf
kialr Atto If you want them to lay.
THP EVENING HERALD.
Harvesting machinery for Inimcdl
ntu delivery. A Johnson mower I n
wonderful liolp during harvest time.
Wo soil thorn. Ilowlo (Jiirtigo. 20-lf
notice of hiiehiit'h ham:
of iieai, khtate
In (ho Circuit Court or tho Htata of
Oregon for Klamath County.
T. II. WIHwnion, K. W. Wllkerson
mill W .1,. Wllkerson, plitlntlffN, vh.
Ornvoiior Minimi, diifiiniliint.
Notice In hereby kIviiii tluit under
and by virion of n JiiilKini'iit mill ill
rri'ii of fororliiHiint mill onlur of hiiIii
of rwul i'nIiiIii miuln mill onlnrml In tho
Circuit Court of tho Hluln of Orctcon
for Klumnth County on tlm I Old day
or July. IU20, wherein tho uhovul
iiuiued T II, Wllkumon. K. W. Wll -
kerou mid V I,, WllkerHon were1 lilrth In thl country, und we are
ploliitirM oml (Irovener Mltinrd wnsK0K , ,)0t commMloti to
defendmit, which milil diicreu wni.., . . ..
duly ontervd In Volume 10 iniKe 134,""" """"" l" "" "
of tho Journal of uld court and duly
docketed In Volume 4 piiko 33 JihIk-
niiilU l.lmi llocket, wherein too ahovu
named plalnlirf recovered of the
above numed iliifeniliititM u JuilKiiient
ror the auin or S00, toKcther with
Intnroit nt the rale or 0 per nnnum
from Keliruury 10, liiic, loKetber
with an attorney' fee of I HO and
their rout and dlxliiimemeiitfi In mild
null taxed ut II to. 20, that puraiiant
to the mild order of mile and purxiinnt
to an eiertitlnti Imttied out or the
nliuve entitled court and null by the
clerk thereor with the neul or the
court affixed and duly nttented hy
aid clerk and to mo directed, order
ing mo to el at public miction to the
blghet and hent Milder therefor ror
caMi In hand all of the following do-
criin.-a luuil and real exliito or mich
part tbereor a may be necomiary to
mitlKfy the above mentioned JudK
ment, Inrludltii; attorney' lee. lu
te rent und cohIh and exienm or ale,
I will. In obedience to mild onlT or
ale and exerutlcu at 10 a. m. In the
rorelioou or WrdnoKiliiy, tho 1 ft I It day
or AiiRiiHt, A D, 1920, nt tho front
door or the county court hoimo In tho
city or Klamath Full, Klamath
County, Htale ol Oregon, ell nt public
auction lo the lilgheiit and oci lilil
der therefor for rnnh In hand, Onld
Coin or the United Hlate. nil or the
folio Inn deiicrltieil land and real
eitutu, or ho much thereor a may !
MiTi-HBiiry to HiitlNfy the mild JuiIk
meiit of $000, together with luterent
thereon from Keliruury 10, 1910, to
July 10, 1920. at 0 per annum
auiounllni; to I1GS 4u, together with
Intereat on the principal huiii tf 1000
from dote of Hiilit JililKment nt the
nttoruoy' fee or ISO mid cont and
dlsliursemeiilH or suit aiiiuiiiitlni; to
1 140.20 and accruing ro&u and cx
penw of sale. That tho particular
description of the land and remUe
to bo sold U a follow h, to wit: Kant
half of Roiithwiiii j Hurt ur und south
wet quarter or noiithrnut 'innrter of
Section 31, township 39 south, rungo
13 east of Willamette Meridian, ami
Lot numbered two or Hcctlnn six In
township 40 scuth. rungo 14 viimI of
Willamette Meridian In Klamath
County, Oregon, contnlnlm; In all
100 SO acres, together with the tene
ments, hereditament and appurten
ance thereunto heloiiRiui; or In any
wise nppertulnlnK. mid the rents, Is
sue and profits thereof.
Dated July 20, 1920.
OKOHOK I,. llUMI'lIUKV.
Sherlfr of Klamath County, Oregon
Hy OSCAIt PIIIVK. Deputy.
Notice Is hereby glrcn that scaled
proposal will he received by the
Hoard of Supervisor or the Klamath
Dralnago DUtrlct cf Klamath County,
Oregon, ror tho construction or the
works for tho reclamation of the
land within tho boundaries of said
District according to the plans and
specifications approved by the Hoard
ot Supervisor and which nro now on
tile nt tho office of the KitK'tieer nl
tho District who Is Mr Don J '.urn
wall ut No. Ill S. Fourth Street.
Klamath Kails. Oregon.
Said propositi wilt be received up
to tho hour or two o'clock In tho oft
ernoon or the 14th duy or August,
A. D. 1920. at tlio office or the under
signed In the Court IIciiko In tho City
ol Klamath Fall, Oregon.
Proposul nro desired on n cash
busls and nlsn on u IiiisIh of accopt
anco of tho HoiiiIh of mild DUtrlct at
Tho Hoard or Supervisor reserve
the right to reject any or nil bids Tint
satisfactory to the Hoard of Super
visors. The successful bidder will bo ro
il til red to deposit a satisfactory bond
In tho amount of twenty. five per cent
of tho Contract prlcu conditioned that
ho or they will completo tho snld
contrail oh agreed. Hid to bu opened
AukusI Htli, 1D20.
O. II. DKLAP.
Secretary Klamath DralmiKO DU
trlct. Klamatb Falls, Oregon,
fuly 19-Auk. 12
Alfalfa hay. Cull Altiiinont remit,
phone 41MMVI. 18-tf
IN A USED
KLAMATH fALLS, OREGON
(fly I.ONU HTAll)
Dr. Hunt Iiuh u cunu of acnrlot
fever on IiIh IiuiiiIh, unit while vlnlt
Inn tlm little Klrl yeMterduy, Maid to
"You keep the patient away from
the ri'Bt or tlie children I HUppono7"
"Oli yen Indeed" wiin the mother'
reply. "I don't lot her coma near
the other except for mcaU."
Otcrlieiml In Oernuiny
I 'omiPian wo miiat Iihvo more
l-rlend Couldn't you uct mo n
Joh on that commlimlon?
A green llttlo boy In a green llttlo
A green little npplo dovourcd ono
And the llttlo green grasses now ten
O'er the green llttlo upplo boy'
green llttlo grava.
Tho north wind doth blow
And we shall have snow,
And what will tho Ionu Star do then
There's work to bo done,
Ills Henry won't run,
So he'll havo to quit work or walk,
All or which ha nothing to do
with the young man who wanted tho
"I want the universe" snld tho
ambitious young man.
"It shall bo yours" replied hi
"lAtoV -here' the earth beroro
ou. I shall plant It In seeds or
Love, Wealth and Power. They will
grow, they will flower, und In them
you will find Heaven."
"You are very kind," said the
"And here but why bother lur
titer? you will doubtless rnlso Hell
One advantage of living In Klam
ath Falls Is that you never have to
li bothered looking ror that extra
cent raise In street car fares.
I.Ives of speeders all remind us,
Knelt or us can be n spert:
And, depnrtlng leave behind us.
Dollars In Judge lavltt'a Vnurt.
On mules wo find two legs behind,
And two we find before; ,
We stand behind before we find,
What the two behind aro for.
This Is a short treatise on Oil, so
read It well as wo shall soon have an
"llo" boom hero in tho Falls:
Oil first won distinction through
being the commodity that enabled
John D. Uockcfellor to win an Inde
pendent fortuno, and tho dyspepsia.
OIL I a greasy black or green fluid
which oxuajr from the depth ot the
It la chiefly noted for Its lubricat
ing properties, und it I principally
ued In lubrlcutlng tho transfer t
money from the pocket or tho Inves
tor to tho promoter.
OIL Is or various qualities and of
several varieties. Tho midnight oil
was at ono time very popular, but of
lato has gono Into dlsropute.
In Illbllcal times OIL was cast up
on tho troublod water With mirac
ulous effect. Today, tho water Is
cast Into It, and tho resulting mix
turn U sold a gasollno at 3S cents a
Oil, like humanity, Is better wiien.
it Is refined. Tho more highly refin
ed I becomes, tho more kick it pos
sesses. This Is not always truo of
In Klumnth Falls OIL Is noted for
two things. First: They nlnt a'go -
in' to tind U here. and. second:-
I.ono star won't wrilo a -pome
Tho Now York World character
Izoh Cox u a well trlod candidate.
(lotto Debs, serving a term In the
"calubooso," might lay claim to hav
ing been pretty woll tried himself.
CARD OF THANKS
Wo wish to express our slucoro
appreciation and thanks to tho kind
frionda who assisted us during our
liana Stoohslor and family,
Mrs. George lllolm and family,
Martin Stoohslor and family.
A Ciasaltted Ad will aell It.
LUKE PORTS TO
BE OPENED TO
DBTIipiT, Mich., July 27. Im
portance or opening tho upper Ht
Lawrence river lo ocean going ves
sels a a niMin or enhancing the
world' rood supply was pointed out
In a ti'lccnim from Herbert Hoover,
former rood administrator, to tho
Croat Lukes-St, lawrencu Tidewater
congress and read to the congress
today. Mr. Hoover had boon asked to
attend the connrcsH hut wa unable
"There I absolutely no question
that requires ' ho definitely a con
structive program a our wbolo
transportation problem," the tele
gram said, "lioth railroads and wa
terways are far behind the produc
tivity ol our country. Agriculture
and general Industry are embarras
sed by lack or transportation and tho
margins between producer and con
sumer nro widened extravagantly by
failure to obtain proper distribution.
"In the years to come tho country
will find that proper outlet for tho
bulk or Its commodities will He by
water, rather than rail. Wo need a
national study and a national pro
gram ol transportation development,,
and such a program will embrace
not only Improvement or Interior
waterways, hut development or the
"That tho ports or thl Croat Lakes
put effectively on seaboard
with a comparatively modcrato ex-
pondlturo Is unquestioned and such a
step will Improve enormously tho
prosperity ol IT. stales, dncrease cost
or distributing commodities and In-
create return to the producer.
It is neceseary that these prob
lems shall be handled In a definite
and co-ordinated manner, that a pos
itive policy tie outlined by the gov
ernment extending over a term of
ynrs for thWr nccnipllHhmnt and
that they bo taken nut of partisan;
politics and placed in the hand of.
competent manager. i
"A on incident to such a dovolop-
ment program I know of nothing
more Important than consolidation
of tho many construction and engl-
iteorlng departments of the govern-
ment Into one great public works de-
partment. probably in replacement
or tho present department or tho In-
terlor. Such a department would be-
Ncttco Is hereby given that on or before sixty days from tho first day ot
July. 1920, the County Court of Klamath County, Oregon, will, in open
Court, cancol all warrants in the hands ot the County Clerk of said County,
which havo bevn issued and not protested for a period ot seven years or
more prior to the first day cf July, 1920; also all warrants will bo held
for naught, and payment thereof stopped, whero It nppeurs that sume have
been protested for a period or seven yeais prior to tho first day of July.
1920, and havo been duly called by tho County Treasurer but not presented
Tito following list shows the names ot payees, date, numbor and amount
of warrant as shown by warrants to bo acted upon by the County Court aa
Warrants received from tho County Clerk but not pretested:
L. D. Durko
J. K. Whltlatch
C. A. Arnold
K. J. Casobcer ...
V. P. Coroonlng ,
John Miller . ....
A. Kinney .
J. R. Hitter
P. E. Saxor
Warrants protcstod by tho County
Warrants In tho hands ot tho County Clerk:
J. II. Court
1 Sopt. 4,
John Pitt ...
'lL M. Danlola
nt B Manchester
John S. Moore Jan. 3.
Lestor Maxwell Feb. 5,
II. II. Williams Mar. 6,
Louis Dacbelburg ......June 4,
Luclasn Ball May 9,
J. W. Jackson May 9,
Homer Hutchinson Apr. 5,
Q. W. Brady Apr. 5,
Jack Lilly Apr. 5,
Crater Lake Circle No. 7 3 4.. ..Apr. 5,
Albert Peel ,.,. Mar. 6.
C. A. Rlloy Mar. 6,
C. Uroso July 22,
Totnl - $87.11
State ot Orogon, County ot Klamath, as:
I, C. R. DoLap, County Clerk ot tho above named County and State,
heroby cortlfy that the within and foregoing Is a true and correct list ot
County Warrants subject to cancellation as tho same appear ot record In my
offico and In my caro and custody.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have herunto set my hand and affixed ta
teal of the County Court, this 3rd day ot July, 1920.
C. R. DE LAP, County Clerk.
By Garrett K. Van Riper, Deputy.
TUESDAY, JULY 97,, II
SOOTHING QUIETUDE FOR
f ono ot any hospital' biggest asset
and the location of this hospital
makes It especially desirable from
that viewpoint. Only abundantly
capable graduated nurses are em
ployed, and this fact, added to our
unoqualled staff ot physician and
excellent hospital equipment lusures
our patient unsurpassed service.
DIt. K. D. JOHNSON
DIt. O. II. MEHRYMAN
DH. T. C. CAMPI1ELL
DIt. OKOHUK I. WIUOHT
DIt. K. D. LAMH
DIl. II. D. LLOYD STEWART,
YOUR NEW HOTT
III itand Inspection and command
(approbation If you have ua tailor It
for you from our exclusive fabrice la
our accustomed superior style. Wa
Guarantee n perfect III aiwaya. T
, "on"" or a suit mado by us kaa
always the satisfaction of feeling
.ultnsoir perfectly dressed.
CHAS. J. CIZEK
518 Main Street
come tho central point for handling
these problems, would obtain proper
co-ordination of tho efforts ot the
government, save an enormous dup- '
llcatlon and effort, make possible a
forward looking program over
long erm of years and reduce the
pork barrel to n minimum."
. . General 27399
Treasurer and called:
1912 Ocneral 20392
1912 General 20677
1912 General 20771
1912 General 20880
1912 Gonoral 27323
1913 Oonoral 27729
1913 Genoral 27737
1913 Genoral 27782
1913 General 27935
1913 Goueral 29091
1913 Gonoral 28529
1913 General 29309
1913 Gonoral 29163
1913 Genoral 29038
1913 Gonoral 28888
1913 Oonoral 28886 -
1913 Genoral .28885
1913 General 28829
1913 aenorul 28533
1913 Genoral 28532
1912 Couuty Road 1074
124 So. 6tk k
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