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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 13, 1920)
FHE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
fiuimy, AirnuHT in, irao.
Early next week, probably Monday morning, we will begin to move from our present location at 606 Main street, to the new
Collier & Moore building at 626 Main street. This building has been erected especially for the K K K Store and the Central Bar
ber Shop and, in keeping withthe rest of the building, we are installing one of the finest shops in the county. This has been
made possible only through the patronage of the people of Klamath Falls and Klamath county, and we want you to feel
that this is your shop not ours.
We take this opportunity to thank you for your patronage in the past, and to assure you that we shall endeavor to merit it in
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y Kiamatn rails, ure.
Central Barber Shop
L. J. Bean, Prop.
Chlorlm May Prvnt Flu.
niriithlng air ImiuvKiiuliil with
liiirlin bus may prme to he n real
lirevriith) of Intlm-nm, I luring tin
remit plilcinlp. 1M vnlunlwra wrr
DUliJrcti'il In it lntnl of morn Itiitii
Iri'niniiMilit nl Hie tlntwrslty nf Arknn
n. Hownil rlilldrrn mul 11 nurse en
Kiigtil In raring for "Mil" patlint i'n
niiiiiiig tint sulijwt. of ujinin mil) inn
ili!i'liiiil lieu nix, mul Hint cl
dihll) liml Ihi'ii previously rotitrniti-d
ony-M Popular Mcrlnililm Muciirltii. Tlio
trnitliii'lit timnlri mi-rely of iinilltii
went In ! ililnrlnt' riMMii fur ll
minutes n iliiy. tin' Kin 1'iniifiii uirr)
lug friim 4.'l l' -7:i parts In l.umi.iMi
a tmiiter fit Africa iTitTniA made 'M
of yiwn nil. mul Mnry. who U allium
' tilrirt fi'i'l lilsli. responds Instantly
i in liU mil nnl In ilellghtnl to out ouititr
fnmi tils hand.
"If ynu iluu't like your work," ml
vlsi-s n writer, "unit It." thereby
allicnlng liliiii-ir niintri-ly on tin- nlilt
of tint many wtiii liini-.
Klamath Kails. Oregon, did by or-,
dlnancn No S13 duly adopted on the
2nd of AuguM, 1920. approved liy
i tliii mil) or on thn 2nd day of Augujt,
i 1920, durlaro thn proportionate as
Uossinent upon each lot, part of lot.
Miloik nml acreage property found to
i Im benefited and liable for a propor
tionate Mliartj of tho cost of Improv
ing I'lii.) HtriMt from Klghth Street
easterly to I lth 8tret Including in
ion act fino Thin famous salts I i product, Improved by thn addition of
ado from tho acid of grapes i and other Ingredients, called "Wyeth'e
then act flna
lemon Julco, combined with lltbla
and has ben lined for generation!
to flu h clogged kidney and stimu
late them to activity, also to neu
tralizo tho aclda In urine ao It no
longer causes Irritation, thui end
ing bladder dlaordera.
Jad Salts la Inexpensive and can
Sage and Sulphur Compound" for
about SO cent a bottle. It I rery
popular because nobody can d I scorer
It haa been applied. Simply moisten
your comb or a aoft brush with It and
draw to Is through your hair, taking
not Injuro; makes a delightful effer-one small strand at a time: by morn-
Tin lienl of n iiiiiiiniT liy mt ul i r ti
easier to ln'ir weri It not iiiMessirj
to worry iilmiit wxt winter's tmil hiiih
lersortlnns not paved Thn proporty) escenl llthla-watcr drink which all.lng the gray hair disappears, but
so Hmcivcl by said oriMiiiinco la all, regular meat eaters ahnuld take now1 ...., Htihiv th i.rfta. with wih'.
that property lying adjacent to said and then to keep the kldneya clean nal , 0 . V" "a,M '"1 ,,"D
inrti of said street between thoiand the blood pure, thereby avoid-. Sa,w aod Su'Pnur Compound, Is that,
ulioi( mentioned termini and extend- Ing serious kidney complications. besides beautifully darkening the hair
On Don alrulfta In America
Tli re nn but I- KlriinTt in ibl
omiiitrj- elttlit wllh ilrniM-H mid f 'ur
olliern In thu rims uf New York mid
I'lillmlflplilii. I'mir ur Hie I- wire
rnlsetl li) n IWIkIhii mime. I Andrew, in
the rmjtliiy of jilritMkwlio ueil to be
NOTK'i: TO I'ltOI'lIltTY OWVKIIS
on I'isi: nt. iurrvi:i:. him st.
ami i nil sr. 'i hat tiiiiv
imvi: an iuvs rnoM tiii: ist
I't'iii.irAiio.v or 'i his Nerici:
IV Willi II III I'll.i: AITI.H'A.
no.ss to iav assi:.s-mi:.nts
IN HA A.N.MAI, I.N'hrAI.I.-
Notice l liureby given Hint the
Common Council of tliu City of
OUT OF SAVINGS
BIG ACCOUNTS GROW
No one need despise tbe lowly Savings Account We
have aen many small accounts start at the Hirst Na
tional Rank and grow Into big ones.
It simply needs for one to reatltn the necessity and ad
vantages of saving, and of having a savings account,
and then he'll keep putting In Instead of taking out.
KKUKIUI, RKHKRVK MKMOKKHHIP
& First National BankI
KLAMATH FALLS ORCQON JJUl
I Evejryone uses syrup this time of the year. Lay in a
supply at these cheap prices:
:: White Rock (com syrup) reg. $1.85 gal, spec. $1.63 ::
WlTite kock corn syrup) reg. 95c 1-2 gal, spec. '87c ; ;
; ; J. R. G. Syrup (corn syrup) reg $2,10 gal., spec $1.83 : :
:: J. R. G. Syrup (corn syrup) reg. $1.10 1-2 gal., 92c
I; Karo 10 lb. Blue Can, special $1.20 ;;
i: Karo, 1 1-2 lb. Blue Can, special 16c i:
; ; We would like to figure with everybody that buys : :
; in large quantities, as we can save you money.
liiK luieriy to the center of tin) ru
spectjve blocks lying niljacvnt to,
aild p.irts of hm.Ii! street so far as the
proposed Impnnemeiit extends there
li. IncluiliiiK (iropertles l;i tho iuar
ters of tin., four blnrks iiboundlnK nny
InieiHi'c Hon imolttd In h.iIiI propos
ed liiitroeuicnt i
That the DOl'Kirr OK CITY
I.IKNh tins been Inailu up an prnvldud
by sen ion ii of tho Charier, nm!
tho following Is a list of the names
of owners of llio property, by said
orilluu iti). so nssessi.d ns aforesaid,
and us shown by stub Ilond Men
doiket together with thu total
amount so ussessed ugalnst thn prop-,
erty of cm h owner; and refuronce Is i
hereby made to such docket of CITY
I.IKN.H for a detailed description of ,
each lot, block, part of lot or block
and acreage property so nssussed.
Further notice Is also glten thu
respective proporty owners so as
sessed und herein below mentloued
that such assessment Is duo and pay
able, and will lie delinquent from
and after the expiration of 30 days
from thu data of tho first publication
of this notice, (said first publication
will be on tbe 3rd day of August.
The property owners so assessed
must either pay In cash or make and
file with the Police Judge of said city
their applications to pay such assess
ments In ten annual Installments,
within the 20 daya beginning with
tbe first publication of this netice:
Names Against Property
First Christian Church S75.03
Josse I)slley. 7(6.03
Kdna llracrburn.... ............ ...... 332.51
R. M. (totalling 333.62
R. M. Hotalllng.. (C5.03
Louise K. Humphrey........... 33.98
Louise K. Humphrey C(3.S8
School Dlst. No. 1 6(3.98
School Dlst. No. 1 ((3.98
Hchool Dlst. No. 1 2106.80
Emma E. Corpe .. (6 '0
P. T. Sanderson Estate ..... (65.(0
Tboa. A. Skllllngton 7 1 1. 88
E. D. Hall and
Catherine Hall...- :. 577.71
Thos. It. Skllllngton 69.32
Archie Q. Colson...... 468.95
Geo. lllehn 153.47
Geo. Dlehn 42.63
Geo. nioun 446.72
It. P. Thomas 561.58
Margaret Abrahams 651.82
M. II. ft S. II. Evans 119.16
J. Hervl. Jr 632.66
Joseph S. Seeds Estate 651.82
W. R. Dobyos- 651.82
Published by order oi tne Common
Council, under authority of section
269, of the Charter of aald city.
Dated at Klamath Falls, Orejon.
August 3rd, 1920.
A. L. LEAVITT.
Police Judge of the City
of Klamath Falls, Oregon.
after a few applications, It also pro
duces that soft lustre and appearance
of abundanco which Is so attractive
Flush )our Miliums ncruslonly
if ou cut meat
No man or woman who onts meat
regularly can make a mlstnko by
flushing tho kidneys occaslonly, says
a woll known authority. Meat
forma uric acid which clogs tho kid
ney pores so they sluggishly Alter
or strain only part of the wasto and
polsous from the blood, then you
get sick. Nearly all rheumatism,
headaches , liver trouble, nervous
ness, constipation, dlzzlnou, sleep
lessness, bladder disorders come
from sluggish kidneys.
The moment you feel a dull ache
in tho Kldneya or 'your bacx nuns
or It the urine Is cloudy, offensive,
full or sediment, Irreguler of pass
age or attended by a sensation of
scalding, get about four ouncea ox
Jad Salts from any reliable inar
maoy and take a tablespoonful la a
glass of water before breakfast for
IP MI.i:il WITH HIXI'IICR TT
lltKKNS SO NATl'UAM.V XO
HCIIIV C.IX TWA
Tbe old-time mixture of Sage Tea
and Sulphur for darkening gray,
ftrcaked and faded hair Is grand
mothers recipe, and folks, are again
using It to keep their hair a good,
even color, which is quite sensible,
as we are living In an age when a
youthful appearance Is of the great
Nowadays, though, we don't bare
the troublesome task of gathering the
sage and the mussy mixing at home.
All drug stores sell the ready-to-use
rpRy this approved rem-
edy. Just the tonis for
depressed feeling, loss of
appetite, digestive troubles.
brain tig, or slow recovery
from influenza and kindred
ailments. Atonic, alterative
and diuretic for blood and
On Pelican Bay
in the Crater National Forest
one of the most beautiful
places in America.
Everything for the Out
rloorsman Camping dancing, good
meals, beds, boating, fishing.
American plan; rates $3
per day up.
Full information at
White Pelican Garage awl
Western Transfer Office
Comfort 0caidessRH Rates
The Central Hotel
IN THESE DAYS OF HIGH PRICES THE
AVERAGE CITIZEN WILL BE GLAD TO FIND A
PLACE TO LIVE THAT IS WITHIN HIS REACH
AND WHICH FURNISHES EVERYTHING THAT
HE COULD WISH FOR A GOOD BED, A CLEAN
ROOM, PERFECT VENTILATIQKTHESEJgOU-
WILL FIND AT THE CENTRAL HOTEL.
ENTY ROOMS IN THIS GREAT HOSTELRY ARE
NOW READY AND THIS NUMBER IS BEING
ADDED TO AS FAST AS THEY CAN BE FIN
ISHED AND FURNISHED.
SPECIAL RATES MADE TO PERMANENT
ROOMERS. NO BETTER SPRINGS, MATTRESS
OR BEDDING "ARE MADE THAN THOSE FOUND
AT THE CENTRAL HOTEL.
J. J. KELLER, Manager.