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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 6, 1920)
FRIDAY, AUOL'HT 8, H
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
HERALD'S CLASSIFIED COLUMN
FOR SALE Renl Estate
FOR 8AI.B Close In ImproTCil lot
65x120, on Pine, west ot First.
I-nl'7. Iilnrk 21. nrlslnitl tnwn. Wa
ter on lot, sowor, sidewalk, paving
In aha nitvlnv n.fia.nirtnr tialil. fruit
and shade trees, l'rlco '850. J. Y.
Tlplon, Recreation, caro 1'. II. L. Co.
FOR BALK Kurnlshcd homeland
Jol. MOB 'Oregon Ave. i-3
FOR SALE New 5-rnom bungalow,
plastered and plumbing: large lot
BOxliS. $3600; term. Arlle Wor-
Tell, 1116 Lincoln. IS
TIMBKR Mtlt SAI.K
1,090,000 feet pine near Klamath
Lake. Address Box 301, Klamath
Fails, oro. 3-tr
Will take Ford ear In good condi
tio at part payment on 40 acrei
good potato land. Call SIS Oak Are.
FOR TRADE Modem alt room tur
aUhed or unfurnished residence -la
Klamath Falls (or acreage or Med
ford property In Rogue river Taller.
Box 13, Herald omce. 5-7
FOR SALE MitcelUaMotu
FOR SALE At the J. D. Hooper
ranch, -west of Midland, dairy
cows, horses and farm machinery,
Easy terms. Saturday, Aug. 14. at
10 a. m. 5-
FOR SAI.K New Racine separator
34-40. ono Mognl tractor 15-30 H
P., $1200. Phone 317R or call at
Charley's Place. 5-1
FOR BALE Good cedar posts,
Theme Harry Telford. 1S-F-13.
Suit cases and hag all kinds.
Tou save money. Many other good
things, we cin show. Call lOOS
Main St. 2-7
Three new grain binder with ton
gno truck, for sale. 6 ft. IKS; 7 ft.
190, for cash. The Kallna Store,
Mtlln, Ore. G-10
FOR SALE OR TRADE Six hones,
weight from 1400 to '1600 lbs.
Will trade for a large truck team.
Phono 11-F-ll. E. J. Jenkins, Klam
ath Falls. 3-3
FOR SALE One 1920 Chevrolet.
one 1917 Hupmoblle. one 1920
Dodge Sedas. All la good condition.
Central Oarage. 23-tf
FOR SALE One 19 model Maxwell
car, new battery, new tires, new
paint; Al condition. Call 240M or
420, C. E. Lambert, owner. '
FOR SALE I Bale, and ".c T-im
engcr Studobaker. Impeital ilar
Printing. Stationer inn iitlr
supplied I'lutKxi rrtntiiiK iid Ma
tlonery company !" Mj'n .Hi -ti
PHONE PEYTON far wood 535
CITY GARBAGE When you want
garbage removed call 10K-23.
FOR RENT OR LEASE
WILL LEASE to responsible parties
35 51 capacity sawmill fully. equip-
ed; plenty ot good timber. Box 101
Herald office. ' 5-7
FOR RENT Five thouand,aeres of
good sheep pastures sheep-tight
(nee, Apply George Watt, aeit door
to Hall Hotel. 2-1 1
BEDROOM (or gentleman. Ill PIna
FOR RENT New tor raoii.' cor.
th aai Human. At. 11x101. J.
T. Ward Co., 114 Main. W-tf
WANTED AT ONCB fa to fall
and buck timber, 4 mile from
town. Men with ear can live In
town or stay In camp. Sea Dr. Goble,
16 8. Riverside, phone 390R. 5-11
WANTED TO BUY A 5 or 6 room
house, furnished preferred. Give
particulars In first letter. Box 3,
Herald office. 6-7
WANTED Woman or girl to assist
with housework and care ot child
ren. Write or phone to Mrs. J. M.
Bedford, Chlloquln. 4-10
WANTED Position a office man;
9 years experience; 7 years cor
poration w irk. Box A, Herald office.
WANTED AT ONCE Ma and wife
to cook In logging camp,8 to 10
men; camp 4 mile out. Man to
work, wlfa to cook. See Dr.
Ooble, 16 S. Riverside, phono 390R.
WANTED Olrl- to do amateur ko
dak, work. Experience required.
(Tail nt Herald omce. 6-1
liafmsnJ VstAiiw rliisfwIrAMA If you
WANTKn Woman to do washing
Ironing anil cleaning by tho hour
Phono 136. G-tf
w.VNTKtw : newsboys at
WANTKD 2nd hand roll top desk.
Phono 03W. 4-6
WANTKD Furnished apartment or
small house, by reliable couple.
hoi ii, Herald omce. 4-6
WANTED Two practical furnlluns
mrn. Ono must hare omce ox
perlence. Perkins Furnlturo House,
122-126 X. 6tk 3-7
WANTKD Hoard and room In prlv-
ate family by married couple. Box
30. Up raid office. 4-6
WANTED Horses to pasture. Alta
most Ranch, phone 496-W1. 17tf
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Sunday, child's red sweater,
In Mills Addition or on road to
Oleue. Finder please phone 317J.
LOST Tuesday evening near dance
pavilion, card case holding B. of
R. T. L. O. O. M. 4b P. P. L. receipts.
Reward It returned to R. E. Olaaco.
920 Jefferson St. 4-6
L09T July 7th from Crater Lake
atage, one Urge tan suit case
marked Plerrepont; one small suit
case stamped K. P. P. ISO reward
for return to Jr Information leading
to recovery of this baggage. White
Pelican Oarage. S-tf
Second hand ice chest and fan. Al.
Keep cool. See 1Q0S Main St.
INSIUIK YOUR n.U'
Have you stopped to think that a
tiny little spark wafted by tho wind,
a lighted match carelessly thrown
awjy, or even the heat from the sun's
rays, are liable to set lire to your
hay and wipe out of existence tho
fruits ot your season's hard toll, and
your chief or perhaps only depend
ence for food for your stock during
a tone, cold winter? Mr. Farmer.
you cannot In Justice to yourself and
your family neglect to protect this
Immensely valuable crop. Let us In
sure It for you through our sate and
sound Insurance system. James H.
Dlscoll. Room 4, Loomls building.
HIGH PROOF ItEKK
VANCOUVER. B. C. Aug. 6 A
!-eaf of warrant has been prepared
o be served on hotel keeperit and
liter In th Huntingdon vicinity as
-M'iIt of a recent raid on the border
;ear-Ver salcons by provincial au-
hor.'tlei. Samples of beer and stout
then seized shoa that tba nearest Mm
near-beer came to conforming with
the law was 5 per cent. Tim highest
content wa shown by anal) si to
have been 3.1 rwr cent.
. A woman operating a chain of tea
rooms at several of the fashionable
resorts In Florida anil along tbo New
Eneland coast Is said to have made
a profit. of $30,000 during tb p3t
ITS FIN FOR
We eat too much meat which doge
Kidneys, the tbo Beat
Moat folks forget that the kid
neys, liko the .bowels, get sluggish
and clogged and need a flushing oc
casionally, else we hare backache
and dull misery la the kldner re
gion, severe headaches, rheumatic
twlngos, torpid liver, acid stomach,
sleeplessness and all sorts ot blad
You simply must keep your kid
neys active and clean, and the mo
ment you fool an ache or pain In the
kidney region, get about four ounces
ot Jad Salts from any good drng
store hero, take a tablespoonful In
a glass of wator before breakfast
for a few days nnd your kidneys will
act fine. This famous salts Is made
from the acid ot grapes and lemon
Juice, combined with llthla, and is
harmless to flush clogged kidneys
and stimulates them to normal activ
ity. It also neutralizes the acids In
the urine so It no longer Irritates,
thus ending bladder disorders.
Jad Salts Is harmless; inexpen
sive; makes a delightful effervescent
llthla-water drink which everybody
should take now and then to keep
their kidneys cleanf thus avoiding
A well- known local druggist says
ha aalU lntm nf Jo, I CUIta tn'fnlka
who believe In overcoming kldnojr
trouble while it Is only trouble.
BIG JAZZ DANCE
OPEN AIR PAVILION
Largest dance floor between Portland and
SPECIAL JAZZ MUSIC
COME! Everyone Invited COMIC!
nUDAPEST, July 15. (tJy Mall),
John R. Mott, general secrotary of
the International Y. M. C A.. In out
lining the organisation's 'plans tor
helping to reconstruct war-ravaged
lands says "thore are too many holi
days In Europe."
Poland, according to Mr. Mott, has
10 holidays a year, beside Sundays,
and Rumania has probably twice that
number. "This mean Idleness lead
ing to political upheavals." declared
In giving the first details of the
Y. M. C A. and World's Student
Christian federation proposed new
efforts to help broken-down Europe
Dr. Mott said: "It Isn't by giving
bread but work that reconstruction
will be possible. One ot tho tasks on
which I am now engaged Is to at
tempt to devise tho wisest way to
help the schools and universities ot
Europe from the decadence Into
which they were plunged by tho ir
Othorwlso education wilt b list
through tho poverty of professors,
nnd also through lack of students.
"The keynote of my talks In Po-I
land. Czecho-Slorakta and Hungary'
has 'been self-help. Tbo students
must learn to work tholr way through
colleges as Is tho cao In tho United
States. From tho Y. M. C. A.
0WW0 0VWWWW0t tww&i
So the advertising colums of
this newspaper bring to you tho
news of commerce and Industry,
of merchandise and service.
The advertisements 'are the
shop-windows ot the world's
wares, rj'assed before your very
eyes, that you may look and
know where to get the full hun
dred cents worth ot every ,
rjuvvvv'iivV'vvvvvv"irrri - i'riin - ,vv'i - i - ii - rn
of view we are establishing model
brunches a wo hopo to show the new
nntlons their way buck to work ntid
"It Is not by saying 'Thou slmtt
not' that tho world cau bi bettered;
It Is by showing the way The Y M
C A. wilt help meti to spend their
Idleness profitably. It will adapt
Itself to these nations nnd give thoni
something permanent. There wilt be
model Y. M. C A.'s for universities,
for "railways, for Industrial centers,
and also In the country for the peas
ants. It Is easier to get money thsu
to spend wisely so wo will go slowly
on that score. We are getting ready
to enter Russia, too, Americana art
profoundly anxious to help there.
"I have been In Europe among
prisoners, otherwise than during tho
war, and for 30 years have beea
working In foreign countries. I be
lieve the Russian question, owing to
the desire of the people there to end
their trouble-!, will bo settled If for
eign countries can unite tor sis
months on the same policy "
VWV.V. THAT HOOKS
MARYSVH.I.K. Cal . Aug. M A
living estimated ut $11 will be made
by each pupil In the Marysvllte high
school during the coming yoar on
ftext books as a state law enacted
three years ago. providing for the
nurehsse bv the school district of
books and alt equipment, goes Into
effect at the opening of the 1920 fall
term. The district will havo to pay
some 5.000 for text books this yoar.
AS THE PHONOGRAPH BRINGS ALL THE
WORLD'S BEST MUSICIANS AND ENTERTAIN
ERS TO YOUR HOME
AS THE MOVING PICTURE SPREADS VIEWS
OF ALL THE WORLD BEFORE YOU WHILE
YOU SIT IN AN EASY CHAIR
Do yon read the advertisements
regularly every day?
If not, you're overlooking the
best friend of your pocket book I
Take time to read the adver
The very advertlaomnnt you
miss may bo tho ono that will
save you the most monoy and
timo aad disappointment.
the Advertisements All' of
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ni'tii: MNAKK 1IOI.W4
Mil I I'M CltKW AT IIAV
VICTORIA. II 0., Aug. . For'il
lilf t lino following hor departure
f iu aniKnpnr.i tho hrldgo ot lln
J.ri Mi steamship llolton Cast In w,u
ii 1 r tho control of n Blgattti
ll'jt'M n In tho early morning of tun
sxroud day out from tho Htruli;.M
Settlements port tho quartermaster,
nt the wheel, was startled by tho
masslvo snake's head appearing at
Him pilot housn door.
Tho python had calm nnd undid-
jsputnd pqwosslon ot tho pilot hmiso
mid tho ship took a few turns Win
out a guiding hand botoro tho' sii.ikn
miido Its not move. Tho lust the
officers saw of tho visitor was its tall
us It disappeared ovorboard. It was
tone ot throe ahlpped nt Singapore to
u menagerie at New York.
NOTTOH TO CREDITORS
In the County Court ot the State ot
Oregon for Klamath County.
In the Matter ot tho Estate ot Edna
E. Kant, Deceased.
Notloo la hereby given by the un
derslgaoi, administrator ot the es
tate ot Maa E. Kerns, deceased, to
the eraslltora of. and to all persona
having claims against the said de
ceased, to present tbo same, properly
ve riled, within six months arter the
first publication of this notice, tewlt:
the flth day of July, 1920. to said
administrator at the office of C. F.
Stone at Klamath Falls, Klam
ath County. Oregon, the same
betas the place tor the trans
action ot the business ot ssld estate,
II J MATTOON.
Administrator of tho Estate of
Edna II Kerns, Deceased,
Al residence Mot. all Improved;
Nob bill. Snap See 1003 Main St.
Prompt Service 'ami llemhlo
Rate, Uo Hpetl.il Ital.'.i on Out
of Town Trips
SPECIAL NOTICE TO
Wo are niw prepared to Imiidl"
your laundry work, mill am limiting
a Npnclully uf flint lui'?. Kni"'im
Iwultith. rrepn il clilnt'. ulllts, imm h
hIIU wlili Is. Iivrlttlim, linn " """'r
urllolos requiring similarly carntnl
ntlKiillon Kxtenslvo ixperlniii'" I"
tho hand tnumlry business mmlil" uh
lo Kiinriinteii complete satisfaction.
Wo solicit your pn'roiugn.
t'atlierlne llmvi'. Prop.
IU;t N, ltd St.
"SAY IT WITH
Out Flower ami I'Unts In Display'
at 1040 Main Mt.
Hot lloa Near Mills Hclmol
SOOTHING QUIETUDE FOR
Is one of any hospital's biggest assets
nnd Hut location of this hospital
makes It especially desirable from
that viewpoint. Only abundantly
capable graduated nurses are em
ployed, and this fart, added to our
unequalled staff of physicians and
rxrellent hospital equipment Insures
our patients unsurpassed service.
DIt. E. D. JOHNSON
Dlt. (1. It. MKItltVMAN
DIt. T. C. CAMPBELL
Dlt. OKOIIOE I. WRIOIIT
DR. i:, I). LAMM
Dlt. II. D LLOYD STEWART
Dr. Mand Ingersoll llawley
First National Bank Building
of Ha aad ahrt Iron work.
tllatiag aad warm air heating
done at the Hhaanna Plumbing
Hhop. No. 1088 Main Mt.
L. N. HAINES
KUmath'Bend Auto Stags
A dally auto stage service' ta new
operating between Klamath Falls
aad Bead. Omees Rei cafe and Met.
ronolltan Oarage. O. I. Reekard.
Phone 174-W. ir-tt
Practical PalnHn. niMlnv Bm.i
Enameling, Kalsomlalag, Wall Paper
.Cleaning and Qenoral Contracting.
H. C. TtJTHILL
018 Rose Nt.
WEST END CAFE
No. 72 Main St.
Meals served family style
Call and give us a trial
Klamath Dye Works
OUR CLEANING, PHEHHINO AND
REPAIRINQ WILL MARK YOUR
LOOK LIKE NEW
Goods Called for aad Delivered
481 Mean Street Klamath Falls
& Marphey Feed & Seed Store
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