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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 12, 1920)
AUGUST II, JM
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
HERALD'S CLASSIFIED COLUMNS
FOR SALE Real Estate
ton SALE lly owner, n coxy four WANTED tllrl to cnro for 2 small
1 room house on
sleeks from Main.
K. 110 11th St.
pnved street, two
children. Call 11C3
Hleady work wanted by man and
vlfi; man to work; woman good
Hot K Herald. 0-1
Madera 6-roomsaml bath, built In
faataree, fall batoment, on pavn- rook.
meat, 3 blocks from Main. Lot G2x ,
, with garage. t3r.no; term. (WANTED Woman cook for ranch;
tSQ I good wage. Addreit 11 ox 7, Mer-
Ooraer lot 62x70 ndjolulng. $120n: 'r'"' 0ro' 7'13
terms; or will sell both S4G0O. An WANTED airl to do amateur ko
excellent Investment for the bomo- .ufcwork. Experience required.
Mlkir. Chllcote A 8mlth. 633 Main.1 Ca,i .. nor.M nfflcn. G'l
.. .. V .., .1 l-,,..W. VImIIh . "
wr owur. i-uuii uuiuiivuii, .uaiiii
fOR SALE Miscellaneous
at tho Her
Oao aew Oldsmoblle, express botfy,
One aw express body Hoffman
"Om Mad 4-cyltnder 8tudobaker
Oao uid Overland touring car.
wane pelican oarage
FOR BALE Going builneaa will bo
sold for less than Inventory. It
yea Bare about 115,000 look tbla op.
Will clear $10,000 this summer, and
the possibilities are unlimited. A
snaiuful opportunity for man and
J. T. WARD
834 Main St
LOST AND FOUND
LOST An automobile starting
crank, new, all Iron. Kindly re
turn to It. C. Oroesbeck, Klamath
State Dank building. 10-12
NEW AND 2ND HAND furniture,
123 8th street, phone 13GW.
DANC1NO INSTRUCTIONS, Mooo
Hall. 7 to 8 Monday and Thurs
days. Special Instructors for ladle
and gentlemen. Box "O." Herald
offlce. r 10-H
POX SALE Saxon six, thoroughly
overhauled, aaw body, good tires.
fliO. Howl oarage. . 9-iz
FOR SALE New Racine separator
lf-40. one Mogul tractor 15-30 H.
P., 11190. Phone 317R or call at
Charleya Place. 5-12
FOR BALE 300 tons or hay. this
year'a crop. Also have pasture for
ot cattle. Apply to w. h.
Eagle Ridge. 6-14
FOR SALE OR TRADE Steam
r threshlss, outfit, la first class con-
aetlea: a bargain. Box L. P.. Herald
SALE 1 Balek and one 7-pas-
Btadebaker. Imperial Oar-
AN 2ND BAND ' furniture.
III It street, phone 135W.
BALE BY OWNER
roesa hoese; lot 50x150, frost
cellar, garage, chicken house,
seed, work skop. 1621 Mania-
Mot Springs AddlUon. 10-1C
Prtatlac. atatioaery and offles
Ptoaosr Prtattag and 8ta
psay. ill Mala St. f-U
PHONE PEYTON for wood 635
There will be a special muetlng ot
Klamath Lodge. No. 77, A. P. ft A.
M., on Thursday evening, Aug. 12,
for the purpose ot work la the P. C.
degree. All Masons are 'requested
to be present.
10-12 C. C. CHITWOOD. Sec.
CITT OARBAQB When yon want
garbage removed call 10P-23.
HAVE YOU INSURED YOCR HAYT
A spark blown about by a vagrant
breeze, an almost uanotlceabla
smudge, a small blase which rapidly
develops into an uncontrollable nre,
and your hay crop, representing
months ot cars and hard work. Is re
duced to useless ashes. This Is a
frequent occurence throughout the
country. You can't bring back the
hay, but yon can recover Its equiva
lent In dollars it yon have bad It In
sured, and dollars caa buy more hay.
It your hay Is not Insured you 'lose
heavily and Inredeemably. The cost
ot Insurance is nominal. Let ns In
sure yoar crop in a company that Is
prompt and reliable. Jamos H. Drto
coll, Room 4, Lodeats Building.
.NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWXERS
ON CONGER AVENUE THAT
THEY HAVE 98 DAYH FROM 1ST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
IN WHICH TO FILE APPLICA
TIONS TO FAY ASSESSMENTS IN
TEN ANNUAL INSTALLMENTS.
MEW AND 2ND HAND furniture,
ill It street, phone 135W.
FOR RENT OR LEASE
FOR RENT Five thousand acres ot
food sheep pasture: sheep-tight
Seaee. Apply George Watt, next door
to Hall Hotel. 2-12
FOR RENT New store room, cor.
Jta aad Ktoaata Ave. (5x108. J.
T. Ward Co., 834 Mala. 15-tf
THE USE OP these commas
Notice is hereny given that the
Common Council of the City ot
Klamath Palls. Oregon, did by or
dinance No. 612 duly adopted on the
2nd ot Aagust, 1820. approved br
the mayor on the 2nd day of Aueust.
iszo, aociare tne proportionate as
sessment upon each lot, part or lot,
block and acreage property found to
be benefited and liable for a propor
tionate share of the cost of Improv
ing Conger Avenue from westerly
line of Main St. to California Ave
nue, Including Intersections. The
property ao assessed by said ordin
ance Is all that property lying adja
cent to aald parts or said street be
tween the above mentioned termini
and extending laterly to the center of
the respective blocks lying adjacent
to said parts of aald street so tar as
the -proposed Improvement extends
thereon, including properties in the
quarters or e roar blocks abound
ing any Intersection involved In said
That the DOCKET OP CITY
LIENS has been made no aa nro-
vldcd by section 268 of the Charter,
and the following Is a list of the
name! Of nwnnra nf lh nrnnA.,.. t,,.
said ordinance, ao assessed aa aforo-
snld, nnd as shown by auch Bend
Lien docket, together with the total
umoiuit so assessed against the prop
erty of vuch owner; and reference la
hereby made to auch docket ot city
LIENS for a detailed description ot
each lot, block, part of lot or block
and ncreage property so assessed.
Further notlco is also given the
respective property owners so assess
ed ami herein below mentioned that
such assessment Is due and payable,
and will bo delinquent from and after
tlio expiration of 20 days from the
dale ot tliti first' publication ot this
uutlro, (snld first publication will
Ik on tlio 3rd day ot August, 1920).
Tho property owners so assessed
must either pay In cash or make and
fllo with tho Pollen Judge of said city
their applications to pay such assess
ments In ten annual Installments,
within the 30 days beginning with
tho first publication of this netice:
Names Against Property
Allen Sloan 1 40.83
Heirs It. II. Hnrgus Estate... C61.35
E. L. Elliott-... 300.87
Allen Sloan............ 33.20
E. R. Kennies and Estate of
Alex Martin, deceased.........
Chan. I. Hoborts...... .
E. It. Renmea and Estato of
Alex Martin, deceased
II. C Telford Estato,
II. II. Hargus Estate,
Jackson Kimball ..,
W. M. Duncan
Mary Telford -....1080.53
J. C. Beach Estato 670.63
J. W. Siemens 1076.86
Cal.-Oregon Power Co. .-.3312.61
R. A. Altord .... . 661.23
W. W. Plnley A Nancy Flnloy 73.84
W. W. Plnley ft Nancy Plnley 147.88
J. D. Walts ...... ........ 38.47
Carl Adams..... -....... 44.70
Carl Adams.- ......... ......... 44.70
J. O. Pierce Estato . . ,. ... 224.3
W. W. Plnley ft Nancy Plnley 467.88
fc.Ha Lee .. 3QSb2
Emily A. Humphrey,............ 286.11
P. P. Brown ft W. K. Brown.. 2(6.(8
Agnes Pierce ..1821.11
II. M. Manning 338.16
Published by order of the Common
Council under authority ot section
2(9. ot tbu charter of aald city.
Dated at Klamath Palls, Oregon.
August 3rd, 1920.
A. L. LEAVITT.
Pollco Judgo of the City
of Klamath Palls, Oregon.
No. 614 duly adopted on the Ind of
August, 1920, approved by the mayor
on the 2nd uay ot August, 1930, do
dare the proportional assessment
upon each lot, part ot lot, block and
acreage property found to be bene
fited and liable for a proportionals
share at the cost ot improving Wash
tugioii street from First Hires I east
arly to 3rd Street, including Inter
sections. The property so assessed
by said ordinance Is all that property
lying adjacent to said parts of said
street between the above mentioned
termini and extending laterly to the
center of the respective blocks lying
adjacent to said parts ot said street
so far aa the proposed Improvement
extends thereon, Including properties
In the quarters ot the tour blocks
abounding any Intersection Involved
In said proposed Improvement.
That the DOCKET OP CITY
LIENS has been wade up aa provided
by section 3(8 of the Charter, and
the following la a list of the names
or owner of the property, by said
ordinance, ao assessed aa aforesaid,
and aa shown by such Bend Lien
docket, together with the total
amount so assessed against the prop
erty ot each ewner: and reference Is
hereby made to auch docket of CITY
LIENS for a detailed description or
each lot, block, part ot lot or block
and acreage property so assessed.
Further notice Is also given the
respective property owners so as
sessed and herein below mentioned
that auch assessment is due aad pay
able, and will be delinquent from and
after the expiration or 30 daya from
tho date of the first publication of
thla notice, (said first pabllcatlon
will be on tho 3rd day of August,
The property owners so assessed
must either pay In cash or make and
Me with the Police Judge ot said city
tneir applications to pay auch as
sessmsnts In tan annual Installments,
within the III daya beginning with
tho first publication of thla netice:
Namea Against Property
HIIIP YOUR I'AHKH
or parcels by our transfer
service, Thut will Insure
that they will be carefully
liuudlvd uiid that they will
slwuys i uncli bout or train
on lima. We don't believe
In liny last ntliittto ship
intuit. Wo always gat titer
In plenty of tlimi to make
sure tlm goods we carry will
nut lw left behind,
Western Transfer Co.
Ill) Main Ht.
Notlco Is hereby given that sealed
proposals will be received by the
Board of Supervisors ot tho Klamath
Drainage District ot Klamath Coaaty,
Oregon, tor tho construction of tho
works for the reclamation ot tha
lands within the boundaries ot aald
District according to the plans aad
specifications approved by the Board
ot Supervisors and which, nro now oa
file at the office of the Engineer of
tho District who Is Mr. Don J. Zum
wait at No. Ill S. Fourth Street.
Klamath Fall. Oregon.
Said proposals will be received up
to the hour ot two o'clock In the aft
ernoon of the 14th day or August,
A. D. 1920. at the office of the under
signed in the Court House In the City
of Klumath Falls, Oregon.
Proposals are desired on a cash
basis and also on a basis or accept
ance of the Bonds of said District at
Par. . ,
The Board of Supervisors reserve
the right to reject any or all bid not
satisfactory to the Board of Super
visors. The successful bidder will be re
quired to deposit a satisfactory bond
In the amount of twenty-five ner cent
of tho Contract price conditioned that
ne or they will complete the said
contract as agreed. Bids to be opened
aukusi itm, izu.
C. R. DBLAP.
Secretary Klamath Drainage Dis
trict, Klamath Falls, Oregon.
July 19-Aug. 12
Percy V. Burk-
Percy V. Burk-
Wlnfrled U. Foster
Emma Mills, James Mills ft
Minnie E. Ward.
Oscar ft Oeorgla Bhlve.
Lottie A. Keeler .......
JessU) SaUlckey .......
C .11. ft Floy Daggett-,
Fred ft Edna Schallock,
M. L. Johnson .........
Clarice Roberts .-..... 464.11
Edna M. Schallock . 464. ((
H. N. Moo. ..,
Eva M. Vannlee
W. S. Slough
W. H. Slough
Edna M. Schallock
Edna M. Schallock V.
Orpha O. Daggett
Orpba O. Daggett
Charlea E. Wordn...
Charles E. Wordea-
Published by order of tha Common
Council, uader authority ot aoctloa
:s. of the charter of aald city.
Dated at Klamath Fall, Oregon,
August 3rd, I jo.
A. U LKAVITT.
Police Judge of the City
of Klamath Fall. Oregon.
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aa? I iaaiaVV v'sViDauidMlBTHsBlBaHBwB
Thennmt white flour and purest short
ening have gone into the making ol
Snow Flakes and spcci.il procesurs of
baking insure cntp lUklncM you'll
love thrte f rrh Irom the oven, slightly
Don't ask for crackers
say SNOW FLAKES
l- C II PKULJCTS
I run ItiarulK
Pacific Coast Biscuit Co.
NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS
U. WAMHIMUTUN HT. BETWEEN
1ST AND 8RD STREETS THAT
THEY HAVE SO DAYH FROM
IMT PUBLICATION OP THM NO
TICE IN WHICH TO FILE AP
PLICATIONS TO PAY ASSESS.
MENTB IN TEN ANNUAL IN-STALLMENTH.
Notice Is hereby given that the
Common Council ot the City of Klam
ath Falls, Oregon, did by ordinance
a-J-. - . - . .. - . . -. .
To wear a perfectly good pair
of dress shoes out into the hills
on your vacation. Take a pair
of our (Janvas Hals, or a pair
of Pacs, or other outing shoes.
We will have our
Window Full of Styles
I THAT WILL PLEASE YOU BOTH FOR COMFORT AND SERVICE, AND
YOUR PURSE WILL FEEL HAPPIER ALSO.
YOURS FOR SERVICE
rVaiaial ftaal '
Bradley-Evans Shoe Co.
717 MaiR Street
Klamath Falls t
NOTICE TO TAXPAYER
Yoa are hereby notified that the
Assessment Roll for Klamath Coun
ty for tba year 1820 have been com
puea oy tne Assessor and are open
to Inspection at my offlce by all per
sons Interested. All taspayers are
requested to examine the valuations
placed upon tbelr property for the
reason that assessed valuations
throughout the county have been
generally raised to conform to In
crease la sale value ot property. All
persons Interested should examine
their assessments before tbo meet
lag of the board of equllltatlon on
tha second Monday in September.
J. P. LEE,
Assessor ot Klamath County,
IPPLIf SICE TEA
LOOK YOCKGI RHINO HACK ITM
NATURAL COLOR, OLOHH AND
Common garden ssge brewed Into a
iavy tea with sulphur added, will
turn gray, streaked and faded hair
beautifully dark uiid luxuriant. Just
a few application will prove u revela
tion If your hair Is fad lei it, strrukeit or
gray. Mixing the Sago Tea and Sul
phur recipe at home, though, U trou
blesome. An easier ay Is lo get a
'-cot bottle of Wyeth'a Sage and Hul.
pbur Compound at any drug stnrn nil
ready for uso. This Is the old tlm
rt-rlpi) ImpriitiMt by the addition of
utlit-r I ii k i fiiit-ii is
WIiIIm lpy. gray fadi-d bslr to
not nIiiIuI, hi, nil drlm to retain our
youthful upprnranrf and altractlve
necs. Ur darkening our hair wtta
Wyeth' Hag and Sulphur Compound,
no one ran tell, because R dooo K oo
naturally, ao eveuly. You Jutt dasna
en' a soiign or soft, brush with It i
draw this through your hair.
one amall strand at a tine; by i
Ing nil gray hairs have dlsapnoarod,
and after another appllcatloa or two,
your hair become beautifully dark,
tmy, soft nnd luxuriant.
Mori' women i tin ii nii'ii liuvu rg-Inli-rrd
lo votn In the next' election
In Wichita, Kuiisiis,
Tlm unlvfrHllIf of Finland were
iiinoiiK I he first In K u rop to be op-
I'llfll 1(1 ttlltllllfl.
Boveral live-passenger Fords.
Oao Ford roadater, runabout, 1818
odal, Al condition.
Oao Ford ' speedster, completely
overhauled, new body with top, wind
shield aad fender.
Oao modal 85 Overland.
Ono 1(18 Chevrolet, good condi
tion. Oao 1815 Ford, motor Just overhauled.
KLAMATH FALLS AUTO
1157 Mala Street
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Lit is burdon whoa tho bodf
it racked with pain. Everything
worrioo and tbo victim bocotaoo
Draft; dock too suntaiao tag
Lubrication has advanced
since the days of tallow on the
wagon hub. Today it is
science, with a grade of Zer
olene for each type of engine.
It is significant that more
than half the motorists of tho
Pacific Coast States follow tho
advice of our Board of Lubri
cation Engineers and use Zer
olene of the correct grade for
A grade fir each $
type of engine. ,r
The national raaaedy of Moaead tar ores
208 yarsii4sM enemy of aU peine re
aaWog from Udaey, aver end arte aohf
tfoobtaa. AM dfeggiet. tare aUea,
their automobiles. This is re
sulting in better performance)
and longer life for the cars.
You, too, should use Zero
There is a grade for each
typo of engine and a separate
Zcrolene Correct Lubrication
Chart for each make of car. Get
one for your car at your deal
cr's or at our nearest station.
, for Trmotorm
There Is a correct grade
of Zerolene for each type of
lisctor, Oct our attractive
j booklet on the Correct Lu
brication of your tractort
Ask our agent for a copy.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY