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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 7, 1920)
JMTtntDAV, AUGUST 7, II
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Mm CLASSIFIED COLUMNS
FOR SALE Real Estate
FOR BALL Uy owner, a coxy four WANTED Trucks or teams and
room house on paved streot, wo wnRon8 l0 hau, U)B(,. anorthnlI,.
SoeAlifK?!.ifln' Very reasonable. Contract or by the thousand. Phono
N. 320 11th St. 6l4,i;irlr t.i.mt.r ('. .!.!
Foil 8ALE Closo In Improved lot
65x120, on .Pine, west of First.
Lot 7, block 21, original town. Wa
WANTED AT ONCE Men to fall
and buck timber, 4 miles from
town. Men with car can llvo In
tor on lot. sowor. sidewalk, P.Vfl Itown'or'stny In camp.'soaUf. Ooble.
In; ono paving assessment paid, fruit j 16 8. Hlvorsldo, phono 330U. G-IP
and thodo trees. 1'rlco $SB0. J. .l . ,
Tipton, Recreation, care I'. H.
FOR SAUK Now 5-room bungalow,
plastered and plumbing; largo lot
C0X178. 13600; term. Arlle Wor
roll, 1116 Lincoln. 4S
WANTKD Auto truck to haul logs.
Hauling conditions good; lovol
land, good road. Hox 201, Herald
TIMBER FOR 8AI.K
1,000,000 feet pine near Klamath
Lake. Address Box 301, Klamath
Falls, Ore. 3-tf
Will tako Ford car In good condi
tion as part payment on 40 acres
good potato land. Call 313 Oak Are.
FOR TRADE Modern sir room fur
nished or unfurnished residence la
Klamath Falls for acreage or Hert
ford property In Rogue river Taller.
Box 12, Herald office. ' 5-7
WANTED TO 11UY A 5 or 6 room
house, furnished preferred. Give
particulars In first letter. Box 3,
Herald ofllce. 5-7
WANTED Woman or girl to assist
with housowork and care ot child
ren. Write or phone to Mr. J. M.
Bedtord. Chlloqutn. 4-10
WANTED AT ONCE Man and wife
to cook In logging camp, 8 to 10
men; camp 4 miles out- Man to
work, wife to 'cook. See Dr.
Qoble, 16 S. Rtrorslde, phone 390R
Juno Caprlco, tho Patho Mar, Is
ory fond ot dumb imlm.iN Her coo
was enforced a whllo uuo wllli Mm
now arrival ot a monkey Juno tin-'
elded that nho would otilarRO tho
monkity lexicon, aided by little 31m
III. Ch.Ll tlA ,.! .lll.lll .11.1 ilLlnHl
l.ll. l!HPIl-t IIUI 'VI IU. ttlll.1 .II7I.IIIV.
cousin of tho human ran. I
Hero an a few ot Suite' words
and their definitiens:
"Khl-lu look outt"
"Khl-lu-bou retreat "
Rather odd, aren't theyf And yet
ran they bo considered any more po.
culinr than such human expressions
And really, when you scan 'em
over, and compare 'em, It looks as
though we bavo nothing on the
mv&r s' fs? w" -GjmssflszzsB'v'
snB& "L ' KKj
gm -i.4t-iv t
Hmnlt site Mlchellns nro mndn ot tho same
ijuallty malorlnls, by tho same carful
workmen and In Uie snmn modorn factory
lint bavo mudo Mlchelln Itlng-shapvd
Tubes and other Mlchelln products famous.
11th and Klamatk
One new Oldsmoblle, express body,
Ono new express body Hoffman
One used 4-cylinder Studebaker
'One used Overland touring car.
WHITE PELICAN GARAGE
FOR SALE 1916 Overland car. Al
condition; $373 cash. Phone
FOR SALE At the J. D. Hooper
ranch, west ot Midland, dairy
cows. Horses and farm machinery.
Easy terms. Saturday, Aug. 14, at
10 a. m. S-
WANTED Girl to 'do amateur ko
dak work. Experience .required.
Call at Herald office. 5-8
WANTED Woman to do washing
Ironing and cleaning by the. hour.
Phone 136. 5-tf
WANTED 2 newsboys at the Her
.ald dfflce. 27-tf
WANTED Two practical furniture
men. One must have office ex
perience. Perkins Furniture Hoaso,
122-126 N. 6th. 3-7
ii"ii-s- nr- -mvftnjfn-fj
OTTAWA. Out , Aug 7. Canadian
fisheries for the fiscal year closed
March last produced a total com
mercial revenue In excemt of $60,000,
000, or an Increase of 125.000,000 a
compared with the previous fiscal
year.. The export trade In fish for
the last fiscal year was worth $40.
6S7.172, Increase over the preceding
year ot more than 14.000,000. The
export trade with the United King
dom Increased from $6,726,389 In
1914. to IMI6.979 last year, whilst
the trade with tho United Statr-n
HEAR IUIIM lTttPKX
VANCOUVER, 11. C. Aug. 7. Oao
wild black bear Invade! a thickly
settled south Vancouver district ono
recent midnight, killed tour" docks
and mauled several pigs. Squealing
of the Pits aroused tho- residents.
whose shouts alarmed the bear, mad
gave him opportunity to escape.
FARM LIFE CIIANtUNfJ
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Between Charlie Ager's
place and Merrill, lady's Ions coat.
well worn. Reward, Leavo at Her
ald office. 6-11
FOR SALE New Racine separator
Z4-I0, one Mogul tractor 15-30 H.
P., $1200 Phone 317R or call at
Charley's Place. 5-1 2
FOR SALE 300 tona of bay, this
year's crop. Also have pasture. for
300 head ot cattle. Apply to W. H.
Oaddes, Eagle Ridge. 6-14
FOR SALE Good cedar posts.
Phone Harry Telford, 1S-F-13.
ESTRAV Greyish brown maro
came to my place in Mills Add.,
Aug. 4. No brands visible. Owner
may have same by proving property
and paying expenses. Mrs. G. Poole,
2353 vine St. 6-8
MART8VILLK. Cat.. Aug 7.
Hired men of the farm no longer are
Jumped from fS-,664,355 In 1914, to) content to steep In the barn, eat at
117,180,250. j4parato tables and work from sua
I to sun, J. L. Qulnn, Maryavllto man-
NEW PAPER COMPANY
FORT WILLIAM, Ont., Aug 7.
Arrangements have been completed
for the formation ot tho Fort Wil
liam Pnlp and Paper company, which
will Immediately proceed with the
erection ot a large mill here. Tho
mill Is to cost $3,000,000.
JKor ot tho California State Employ
ment nure.it! declared recently . Mr.
Julnn declared farm labor here If
scarce berauso farmer fall to real
ize they must troit their help as ha-man-belnc.
Ireland Is of approximately
amo arvj a the Stato ot Maine.
Those maar-cotored. handy Ilttto
motor baskets, which ran hn en In
the display windows ot the Johnson
Furniture Company on Main street,
are Just what you need when you
go shopping. 6tf
Dublin Castle U In the centr of
the Irish capital, and has been, the
royal seat ot ghvrnim'iit since the
time of Quoen Elltabeth. On Its
gateway Is the tlguri of Justice, on
which Swift caustically commented
"liar faco to tho castle, her bock to
Prompt Becvlc-c and ItriwseaWo
Rate, also Hpcrlnl IUlii Out
of Town Trip
Second hand ice chest and fan.
Keep cool. See 1008 Mala St.
1AHURE YOl'K HAY
Suit cases and1 bags all kinds.
"You save money. Many other good
'things, we can show. Call 100S
Main St. 2
Three new grain binders with ton-
tgue truck. lor sale. G ft. 185; 7 ft.
190, for rash. The Kallna Store.
Malln, Oro. 5-10
IFOR BAL'E.OR TRADE Six horses,
weight from 1400 to 160 lbs.
'Will trade for a largo track team.
Phone 11-F-ll, R. J. Jenkins, Klam
ath FalU. 3-;
.FOR SALE One lilt CbevraJet.
cm 1917 HuasBObUe. one 1920
Daaga Bedan. All la goe4 coadKloa.
(Caatral Oarage. -tf
FOR BALE I Qaiek and ana 7-paa-enger
8tudbker. Iaaperlal Gar
Moaday aadTMrisUy evealags, 7
U i, at Moom HaMJEaa "O" Herald
fV. V. HtAliLBY, coatractor aad
' builder, at OaaWml, Hattd. Work
ta the country preferred. C-10
Prlatlag. BtaUonery aad office
applies. Pleaeer Prtatlag aad Sta
tionery company. 116 Mala St. -U
PHONE PEYTON for wood 535
CITY GARBAGE When you want
garbage removed call 10F-23. .
jvu'uifi.riiri''r --'''--'---" - - -
FOR RENT OR LEASE
FOR RENT Comfortable room for
one or two men. Easy rates. 515
WILL LEASE to responsible parties
35 M capacity sawmill fully equip-
&; plenty ot good timber. Dox 101
Herald office. 5-7
FOR RENT Fire thousand acres ot
good sheep pasture; sheep-tight
Itiw. Apply George Watt, next door
,ta Hall Hotel. ziz
rOR.RINT New atara room, cor.
th aad Klaaaath Ara. 66x108. J.
T. Ward Oa.. VII Mala. lS-tf
Have yon stopped to think that a
tiny little ;-irk watted by the wind.
a lighted match carelessly thrown
awuy. or even the htat from the sun's
rays, are liable to set tire to yflur
nay nnu wipe out or existence the
trulti of yonrseasoa's bard toll, and
your chief or perhnpi only depend
ence for food for your stock during
a long, cold winter? Mr. Farmer,
you cannot In Justice to yourself and
your family neglect to protect this
Immensely valuable crop. Let us In
sure Ir for you through our safe and
sound Insuraneti system. James H.
Dlscou. Room 4, Loumis building.
In taw twclftlr century Ireland con
sisted of five- kingdoms UUter.
Lelnster, Meartb, Connaught and
HO RSP IT UP
a kssWt af skiaJdaw a
HUUaaa of folks bathe Internally.
asnr laatead ot loading tbelr systomJ
with drag. ''What's aa inalda
bask? I'M saa. WeU. It la guaran
teed ta perform miracles accordingd
to. hot water enthusiasts.
There are vast numbers of maa
and women Mho, Immediately upon
arising la the morning, drink a glass
ot hot water with a teospoontul ot
limestone phosphate1 In It. This U a
very excellent health measure. It la
Intended to flush the stomach, liver,
kidneys and Intestines ot tho previ
ous day's waste, sour bile and Indi
gestible material left over In the
body which If not eliminated every
day, become food for the ml lions ot
bacteria which Infest the bowels, the
quick result Is poisons and toxins
which are then absorbed Into the
blood, causing headache, bilious at
tacks, foul breath, bad tastecolds,
stomach trouble, kidney misery,
sleeplessness, Impure blood and all
sorts of ailments.
People who feel good one day and
badly the next, but who simply can
not get feeling right are urged to ob
tain a quarter pound of limestone
phosphate at the drug store. This
will cost very llttlo but la sutflclont
to make anyone a real crank on the
ubject ot Internal sanitation.
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
Bo the advertising eoluras of
this newspaper bring to you the
news ot commeroe aad Industry,
of merchandise and service.
The advertisements are the
shop-windows of the world's
wares, passed before your very
eyes, that you may look and
know wboro to get tho full hun
drod cents worth ot every
Do row read the advertisements
regularly every dayT
It not, you're overlooking the
best friend of your pocketbook!
Take time to read tho adver
The very advertisement you
miss may bo tho one that will
save you tho most money and
time and disappointment.
SPECIAL NOTICE TO
Wn nro now prepared to hamll'i
your laundry work, and nro making
a specially ot Hint l,". r.irKntt
wiilsls, orope do rhino, silk, innii'a
sill:, shit ti. noclttlmt. and all "r
nrlloli'H relinking similarly ramful
nllontion. Extonshn expiirlcncen In
tlm hand laundry business minblii us
lo guarantee i-ompMo satisfaction.
Wo solicit your imlrumiK".
Catlii'Hui tlrovri, Prop.
vat S, till si.
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"SAY IT WITH
Cut Flower hiiiI Plunti In IMiplnjr
at IOIU Main Ht.
Hot Hoimo Near Mills Nclxml
SOOTHING QUIETUDE FOR
Is one of any hospital's biggest assets
and the location ot this hospital
makes It especially desirable from
that viewpoint. Only abundantly
capable graduated nurses are em
ployed, and this fact, added to oar
unequalled staff of physicians and
excellent hospital iiilpmont Insures
our patients unsurpassed service.
DR. E. I). JOHNSON
DR. G. It. MEItllYMAN
Hit. T. C. CAMPIIELL
DR. GEORGE I. WIllOHT
DR. E. D. LAMII
DR. II. I). LLOYD STEWART
Dr. Maad lagersoll llawley
First National Bank Rulldlog
Entrance, Room I
of tla aad sheet Iron work.
mating aad warn air- aestUssj
doaa at the Hhaaana PlumMag
Hhoa. No. 10U Mala St.
KlsUBthBencl Auto Stag
A dally auto stag Mrtlca la aew
operating between Klamath Falls
and Bead. Offices Rex cats aad Met
ropolitan Oarage. Ci I. Raekard.
Phone 271-W. 17m
So Read the Advertisements All of 'Em!
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Practical Painting, Gliding, Broatlag,
Enameling, Kalsomlnlng, Wall Paper
Cleaning and General Contractlag.
H. O. TUTHILL
918 Rom Ht.
WEST END CAFE
No. 72 Main St.
Meals served family style
Call and give us a trial
Klamath Dye Works
OUR CLEANING, PRKHHINQ AND
REPAIRING WILL MAKE VOUR
LOOK LIKE NEW
Goods Called for aad Delivered
481 Mala Street Klamata Falls
If you want them
'Or. Marpbey Feed & Seed Store
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Feed Your Chickens