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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 31, 1920)
ATVRDAY, JULY SI, 1MM
HERACD-S CLASSIFIED COLUMN
FOR SALE Real EiUte
Ono of bout 160 ncro ranches In
valley; nil In alfalfa; flno modern
buildings. This In a moneymaker.
A lovely llttlo G-room modern bun
galow, with garage; good location,
closo In, $3,600, on terms."
A cholco selection of city lots.
10 acre chicken ranch, close In.
Can bo bought for less than cost ot
buildings. Easy terms.
A. A..1IKI.LMAX CO.
406 Main St. 30-31
LOTS From $100 up, In all parts of
LOTS On pavement,-$150 torcor-
nets of 60x140.
LOTS Inside, $200 tor 50x140.
LOTS Large, Just ott paved street,
$100 to $160.
Tsrms 10 per cent cash, balance In
Installments to suit purchaser.
W. M. MONTKLtUS
The Klamath Development Co.
1103 Main SL Pbona No. 1
FOR SALE By owner, coty four
room house on paved street, two
blocks from Main. Very reasonable.
N. 310 11th St. 16-31-
FOR 8ALE On paved street, two
new bungalea: one 4-roem: the
other 5-room and bath; modern. Cor
ner lot. No sewer or pavement
taxes. Call 144? Worden Ave.
FOR SALE 600 acres good sheep
pasture, $200. Rye, bunch grass
, and other teed. In Juniper hills, be
tween Poo Valley and Merrill. For
further particular write Box 24.
Olene, Ore. 30-4
FOR SALE Miacetlaneous
Ono Russell engine, 12 horse
One 24x40 Russell soparator.
One BIrdsell clover tand alfalfa
Two water tanks. Five bundle
beds, cook house. All In good con
dition. Complete except drive belt.
Price $2,200; $1,000 cash, balance
terms. Write Levi Deffenbachor.
Coburg. Ore. 30-2'
FOR BALE A business worth while.
Call and Inspect: see for yourself,
r write T. W. Billings, Cblloquln.
Ore. On account of health I must
sacrifice and sell our hotel and pool
hall, paying a net profit ot one thou
sand per month after all expenses.
Our price Is $8500; cash required
$5000; balance on time to suit. Will
conalder bonds, notes, mortgages
nnd other securities. 29-3
FOR SALE Two Woodstock type
writers; cash or terms. Winters
Jewelry Store. 29-31
Three live store, paying business.
Must sU or trade. Snap. See 1008
Main St. 30-31
FOR SALE Set ot tinners toels: al
to Oregon law hooka and Ualver
al'y law books. Address Poatmaster,
Worden, Ore. 16-31
BARGAINS IN OMD CABS AXD
1 Btndebaker dslWrfcCwae,jrwd
raaag condition, good tires, 9109.
1 Bnlck delivery wagon. Cord
Una. Al condition, MM. r,.,
aad starter; a Iflsmaja. ..
l.Xard cmimwjmnm, jam ias
illlt W'KAi'm'.Wtim St.
'' 77 U'tl
FOX BALK Twfei ladiaa meterey-
els, Itt h. f gu : Fear
cylinder Pales hag. HV D. Peterson.
ears Dunham Ante Co. 14-11
FOR BALE llxll tent; reasonable.
4 Michigan Ave. 1I-31
FOR SALE Combination I. bench
wringer and J-burner blue flame
oil stove with oven. 317 10th St.
FOR BALB,rent or repair typewrit
er. ' Wlatera Jewelry Store.
FOR SALS Om III Chevrolet,
ste 1117 HageMMlr, aaa 1110
rdge Sedan. AlTli geod eaadltloa.
OaatraJ Oarage. Il-tf
FOR SA.LBr-1 Bntek and oaa 7-sas-
l.oaeor taaahakar. itaartai Oar
aga. , A ClaammaS Aefwlll ssult '
Fad Your Chickens "C 11
Suit cases nnd bag nil kinds.
You saTO money. Many other good
things, we can show. Call 1008
Main St. 30-31
FOU SALE Ford Sodan; Al condi
tion, inquire u: uak. 27-31
FOR 8At.K or trado for milk cow,
one fine Holitoln bull; ono largo
i"wi team. &u aim in uuuuri'u iu3.,
'gentle and sound. Would like to
trado for cows that are milking.
Mrs. T. It. Jolly, Merrill, phono ono
short and one long ring. 29-31
PAtOE CAtt for sale or trade for
truck. Car In first class condition.
Also have 1 pool and 1 billiard tablo
ana s snow cases ior saio. hoc or
write F. J. Wilde, Matin Hotel. Ma
lta, Oro. 29-31
Expert on typewriters, cash regis
ters and sewing machines. 637
TRUCK HAUL, lumber contract, two
miles, night and day run, so.ooo
to 15.000 feet a shift. Call 63 1W.
PHONE PEYTON tor wood. II
CUT GARBAGE When you want
garbage removed call 10F-23.
Printing. Stationery and offlcs
supplies. Pioneer Printing and Sta
tionery company. 136 Main St. t-U
STRAYED From Lamm Lumber
company logging camp near Kirk,
one dappled bay horse, lame In right
front root; with long hair on legs.
Also one black horse with both hind
legs swelled to hocks. Both horses
In good shape and shed: age about
twelve years and weight about seven
teen hundred each. Finder phono
Lamm Lumber company at Modoc
FOR RENT OR LEASE
ROOM FOR RENT for gentleman.
No. 331 4th and Pine St. 29-31
FOR RENT New store room. cor.
9th and Klamath Ave, 63x103. J.
T. Ward & Co.. 834 Main. 15-tf
WANTED TO BUY A five room
modern house on hltl between 2nd
and 6th St.: furnace heat. Address
Box 30, Herald office. 30-31
WANTED Trucks or teams and
wagons to haul logs. Short haul
contract or by the thousand. Phone
Kirk Lumber company. 29-3
WANTED 3 or more skidding
teams; must be good logger. Pre-
fored to hire. See J. H. Ryan, Log
gers and Lumbermen's headquarters.
WANTED Girl or woman for din
ing room work. Marshall House.
WANTED By boy. place to work
for board and attend school. Ad
dress box T- P Herald oflco. 23-2
WANTED 2 newsboys at the Her
ald office. 27-tf
WANTED Two men for baying, at
the Enterprise Ranch. 20-tf
WANTED Horaes to pasture. Alt-
taont Ranch, phone 4M-W1. I7tf
LOST AND FOUND'
WANTED Practical asd'matirnlty
,.gamag, box 7f Herald. 0;3
LOBT-OoU brooch, value's
a... steward-far retara to
LOST Between White Pelican hotel
aad, PaetlcTerrsoe, pair of glass.
Iwtth shaU risu. Flader plaaaecall
LOffT-Jaly 7th from Crater Lake
etage, oaa large tea salt ease
marked Plerrepeai: oaa small salt
aaaa stamped K. P. P. Ill reward
for retara to or Information teadlag
to recovery ot this baggage. White
reucaa uarage. 8-tI
WANTED Woman for general
housewerk: Ave In famllr. H. W.
Barton, Miller Hill school house, R.
F. D. No. 1. 30-2
Second band Ice chest and fan. Al.
Keep cool. See 1008 Main St.
You can depend upon your weld
ing Job If we do it. Our price are
lower than other, too. There's a
reason. Howie Oarage. 24-tf
Dtubak aad KaaspU oatlag wear
(or mem aad women at K. K. K.
THE EVENING HERALD.
AT THE CHURCHES
No changes will be made In this
coluntu unless the ropy 1 at The
Evening Herald otflco by A o'clock
S.icred Heart church, corner ot
ElKhth nnd High, Iter. Hugh J, Mar
shall. Rev. J. J. Walsh.
Summer schedule, Juno 19 to Sep
tember 12: First mass at 6 n. in.,
second mass ntul benediction, 10:30
a. m. No evening services.
Tho Christian Science society ot
Klamath Falls holds services In tho
lower room ot the Library building,
corner ot Third and Main street,
every Sunday morning ut 11 o'clock,
nnd every Wednesday evening at K
The subject lesson for Sunday:
The Sunday school session Is tram
1:45 to 10:45 every Sunday morning.
The free reading room and fre
lending library 1 open from 2:30 to
4:30 on Tuesdays, Thursdays and
First Baptist Church, corner Wash
ington aad BxghtlL
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Preaehlag at 11 a. m.
Prayer service Wednesday at 8 P. M.
Every second and fourth Wednesday
ivenlng will be devoted to missionary
B. Y. P. U. Sunday evening at
7:30 p. m.
A cordial Invitation Is extended to
all to attend these services.
First Presbyterian Church, corner
Sixth and Pine streets. Rev. B. P.
Lawrence, minister, 437 Third street.
10 a. m., Sunday school; Gecrgo
11 a. m.. sermon, "Tho Present
Day Outlook," by tho pastor.
S p. m. We wljl unite with tho
Methodist people for tho evening
service In their church. Dr. Du Bols
ot Philadelphia will preach tho ser
mon. Everyone Is urged to hoar this
visiting minister. He comes as rep
resentative of the home mission
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KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
board ot tho Mothcdlst Episcopal
church. As tho month ot August Is
tho payor's vacation, there will bo no
preaching services during that
I Sumfny school will be hold us usual
ami ns tunny ns nro In the rlty are
urged to attend.
Methodist Episcopal Church, Tonth
nnd High. Itov. 8. J. Chanoy,
pastor, 727 Pine slroot. Phono-67 W.
Tho union servlcu of the Method
ist, Presbyterian and Christian
churches wll bo held at tho Methodist
church on Sunday evening at 8 p. in.
Dr. Du 1 to I ot Philadelphia, secre
tary ot tho home mission hoard ot tho
Methodist Episcopal church will
speak. Ho Is hero looking over the
field and helping to plan for tho
future ot tho church In view ot tho
city's growth, Those who wish to
attend tho services ot tho Christian
church on the old Algoma road will
have time to got back tor tho union
service here. Everyone should hear
this distinguished visitor from the
Christian church, corner 9th and
Pine streets, C. F. Trimble,' putor,
917 Pine street, phone nos. 374, 476.
The services wilt be held at the
Christian church next Sunday morn
Ing, at tho old building.
Sunday school, 10. Sermon, 11.
Christian Endeavor, 7, Sermon,
(union service at M, E. church), 8.
Emmanuel Baptist, Eleventh and
High streets. Bible school, 10 a. m.
Prayer meeting Thursday, 8 p. m.
Women's Home nnd Foreign Mission
ary soclctv meet firm Thumlnv at
Divine services wilt be conducted
at the Library halt Sunday at 1:30
p. m. George E. Thelss, ot Eugene,
;Oro., wll preach en: "Tho Test of
The Kl. V. Price line of Fall wool
n hnr itrrhnl at K. K. K. Store.
Suit to imr rtrlunlve akcxuuiv.
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.
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Whether your wants are food, clothing, furniture
i, ' ' "ft
or a toy for the children -the 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.
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Mnrphey Feed & Seed
WSATHER RECORD H
Hereafter tho Horatd will publish
lie mean nnd maximum ornperu
utvs and precipitation record ns tnle
n by tho U. H. Reclamation service
nation. Publication will cover tho
ilny previous to tho paper.' Issue, up
to 6 o'clock ot that day.
Max. Mln. clpltation
July 1. . 85 82
July 2 71 It .2
Julr 3 71 64 .41
July 4 71
July 5 Id
July 6 IT
July 7....... It
July 8 . 01
July 9....... $3
July 10 85
July, 11 73
July 11 II
July 13 14
July 14 75
July 10 -July
July 38 .
July 30 . ...
Al residence tot, nil Impreved:
Nob Hilt. Snap. See 100S Main St.
Prompt Horvlr and lleiwinabln
Rate, also Special lUtex on Out
of Town Trip
: m '
.Ilarvoitlng mnchtnory for Immodl
ato dullvory. A Johiiion mower Is a
wonderful liulp during hnrvuii time.
Wo sell ttiom. Howlo Oarage. 20-U
f i'ou sai.i:
Alfulfn liny. l' Altnmout
plume IIHI.WI. "'"
"SAY IT WITH
Cut Flowers ntul I'lnnl" In Mutiny
nt 101(1 Mnln St.
Hut lluuw Near MIIU School
juArtri.rsriririrri-ri"r"r"ir ' m assamTa
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SOOTHING QUIETUDE FOR
Is one of any hospital's biggest assets
and tho location ot this hospital
makes It especially desirable from
that viewpoint. Only abundantly
capable graduated nurse are em
ployed, and this fact, added to our
unequalled staff ot physician and
excellent hospital equipment Insures
our patients unsurpasiod service.
DU, E. D. JOHNSON
DU. O. II. MEUUYMAN
DU. T. C. CAMPBELL
DU. OEOIK1K 1. WRiallf
DU. E. D. LAMM
DU. II. D. LLOYD STEWART
Dr. Maud Inarrwill Hawley
First Nitlonal Dank Dulldlng
Entrance, Room I
of tin aad sheet Iron work, rest
tllatlag and warm) air heating
done a the Nhaaaoa Plumbing
Hlioa. No. 10M Mala 84.
L, N. HAINES
KUmath'gfend Auto Stage
A dally aato stsge service Is aow
operating between Klamath rails
and Dend. Offices Rst safe sad Met
ropolltan Oarsge. C. I. Recksrd.
Phone J7I-W. 17-tt
Does the word itrlke terror to yoar
heart, or Is yoar property protected
uMdeatly by Insurance la a reliable
comnaayt la this day of high oast
of 'material, scarcity of homes, as
oaa should leave their aroperty as
protected. Let espUta to yea tha
saaciai lasarsaca system
which wo protect jour home in tha
laaarsaoe eomMalmr af
AmsrUa. iaasia M. DriseaU.
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' " ' PAINTING ' " l
Practical Patella.' audiac Branatac
kTMmeUag, Kalsamlalaf . WaU Vagar
CUaaiag aad Oaaaral OaatraeUaf .
. O. TUTHILL
011 Ross St.
WEST END CAFE
No. 72 Main St
Meals served family style
Call and give us a trial
Klamath Dye Works
' Phone 40S
OUR CLEANING, PRE8HING AND
RBPAIRINO WILL MAKId YOUR
LOOK LIKE NEW
' Goods Called for aad Delivered .
441 Mala Street Klamath Falls