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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 13, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
HERALD'S CLASSIFIED COLUMN
FOR SALE Real Estate
FOR SALI3 Uy ownor, a coxy four
room house on paved street, two
blocks from Main. Very reasonable.
N. 3:0 11th St. 6-H
' Modern D-rooms and bath, built In
feature, full basement, on pave
mont, 3 blocks from Main. Lot G2x
BO, with garage. 13500; terms.
Corner lot 52x70 adjoining, $1200;
terms; or will sell both $4500. An
excellent Investment for the homo
eekcr. Chtlcote & Smith. 633 Main,
or owner, Louis Iloldlschar, Matin,
FOR SALE Ono ImproTed lot, good
nml cheap. See 1008 Main St.l 2-14
NOTIt'K TO PROPERTY OWNERS
ON CONOKlt .WBXUK THAT
THKV HAVE SO DAYS FROM 1ST
ptmi.ir.vnox of this noth'H
iv which to fii.k ai'i'i.hu
tionh to iay assessm i:th in
ti:. annual 1nstai.j.mkms.
Co mm ati
is hereby given that
Council of the City
Fulls. Oregon, did by
WANTKD Position ns
phcr; 737 Ninth St.
WANTKD At once, two experienced
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12-17 "iimnnco io in. iiuiy iiuupioti un uu
.nil 01 August, ivzv, npproveu oy
tho mayor oil the 2nd dcy of August.
1920, declare tho proportionate as
sessment upou each lot, part of lot,
block and acreage property found to
bo benefited and liable for n propor
tionate share of the con of Improv
ing Conger Atenuo from westerly
lino of Main St. to California Aw-
nuo, Including Intersections. Tlo
property so assessed by said ordin
ance Is all that property lying adja
cent to said parts of said street be
tween tho abovu mentioned termini
ami extending laterly to tho center of
the respective mocks tying adjacent
to said parts ct said street so far as
WANTKD Girl to caro for 2 small
children. Call 1153 Main St.
Steady work wanted by man and
wife; man to work; woman good
cook. Uox K.. Herald. 9-14
WANTKD Woman cook for ranch;
good wages. Address Uox 7, Mer
rill, Ore. 7-13'
WANTKD Girl to do amateur ko
dak work. Experience required
Call at Herald office 5-S"
WANTKD High school boy who
wants to learn the drug business.
Steady work until school starts. Ar
rangetnenta made for after-school
work. Star Drue Co. 13-14
WANTED Womsn to do washing.
Ironing, and cleaning. Phone 136.
WANTED 30 cords of four-foot
body wood, to bo cut from live
trees. Hlrvl Baking Co., Klamath
Falls. Ore. 12-1G
FOR SALE Two swell little co
lonial cottages one-halt block
from tho White Pollcan hotel. These
re re-built houses, but are Just like
new; have bath, toilet, lavatory, hot
and cold water, cabinet kitchens,
closets, beautifully decorated, ce
dent walks, etc Arc complete and
Just the places for young couples
who want to be close In. Prices are
3,250.00an d I2.500.ou; terms;
FOR 8ALE One of the best large
corners on Klamath Avenue. Just
the location for a tine garage. Price
FOR 8ALE One of the prettiest
residences on the high school hill,
has 7 rooms, furnace, tire-place,
garage, extra largo lot. trees, lawn,
and owner will sell furnished If de
tred. For appointment and partis
J. T. WARD CO.
Ml .Main St.
A REAL I1ARGA1N 6 room house
west side of river, 4 lota Improved
with shade trees and bearing fruit,
chicken yard and garden. Owner
avs sell now for $1,500 cash;
5 room house near 11th St.,
Price $3.C00. $1,500 cash; terms; . lost One spotted pig between
ALSO I Mller nI1i ana Norln Riverside.
50 X 104 -corner lot. on Sixth street. ( pnone 135 12-1S
price 4,ouu, nan casn, wwwwwwwwwwwmwwwmmhwm
50 X 100 on Sixth street, price
13,250, half cash.
Swanson nulldlng Phone
newsboys at the
LOST AND FOUND
NEW AND 2ND HAND furniture.
123 Sth street, phone 135W.
K. It. Reames and Estate, of
Alex Martin, deceased 078 05
Hay Telford 103.01
II. C. Telford Estate . 293 41
Harry Telford 531.03
Harry Telford 450.12
II II. Hnrgus KMilto if 14.05
Jackson Klmlmll r.29.78
W. M. Duncan 74o.0d
Mary Telford 1090.53
J. C lleach IMitto .- 570.53
J. W Slomenn 1075. S5
Cal.-Oregon Power Co 2212,51
II. A. Alford 551.23
W. W. Flnloy & Nancy Flnloy 73.81
W W Flnloy & Nancy Flnloy 147 OS
I J. D. Watts 39.47
Carl Adams ..- 41.70
Carl Adams 4 4 70
J. O Pierce F.stato 221.39
W. W. Flnley & Nancy Flnloy 457.SS
Kilo Lee 30 62
Kmlly A Humphrey... . 280 11.
P. F llrown ft W. K. llrown 286 69
Agnes Plorco 2222.11
II M Mntinlm 314-1!?
Published by order of the Common
Western Floral Shop
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FOIl YOUR LOVED onus
Ihlng and departed, flowers
are the I glrul, imlural Irl
bull) of esteem and affection,
llelng Nature's lovollest gift
to man (except woman), you
cntimit show your feelings In
a tenderer way than by
means of floral gifts. Oil J
from our largo mid beauti
ful array. Hot pieces mailo
4111 Main HI.
inj nroixmni imnrovoim'iu oxionusi
?."i l'JC!,id',lli..i:r?.ririL0l,!"i,0 Council under' authority of section!
quarters of tho tour blocks abound
Ing any Intersection Involved In said
That tho DOCKET OF CITY
LIKNS has been made up at pro
vlded by section 268 of tho Charter,
and the following is a list of tho
names of owners of tho property, by
said ordinance, so assessed as afore
said, and as shown by such Itond
Lien docket, together with the total
amount so assessed against the prop
erty of each owner; and reference Is
hereby mado to such dockot of CITY
LIENS for a detailed description of
each lot, block, part ot lot or block
and acreage property so assessed.
Further notice Is atso given the
respective property owners so asivss-
269. ot the charter of said city.
Dated at Klamath Falls, Oregon,
August 3rd, 1920.
A. L. LEAVITT.
Police Judge ot tho Oily
ot Klamath Falls, Oregon.
Notice Is hereby given that sealed
proposals will bo received by the
Board of Supervisor ot the Klamath
Drainage .District ot Klamath County,
Oregon, for tho
BIG JAZZ DANCE
OPEN AIR PAVILION
Largest dance floor between Portland and
SPECIAL JAZZ MUSIC
COME! Everyone Invited COME!
Ulds to bo opened I
contract as agreed
August 14th. 1920
C It DE LAP.
Secretary Klamath Dnlnagu Dis
trict. Klamath Fulls. Oregon.
July 19-Aug. 12
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
One sew Oldsasoblle, express body.
Ono new express body Hoffman
On used 4 -cylinder Studebaker
Oaa used Overland touring car.
WHITE PELICAN GARAGE
FOR SALE Edison Diamond Disc
phonograph, with records. Phone
FOR 8ALE 3 stores; paying bus
iness. Will aell or trade. See 1008
Main St. 12-16
FOR RENT OR LEASE
FOR RENT Redroora;
construction of tho
works for tho reclamation of .the
lands within the boundaries of laid
District according to the plans and
norlflrntlons annroved b tha Hoard
ed and herein below mentioned thatinf Hunorvlsors and which am now on
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and will be delinquent from and after the District who Is Mr Don J Zum
the expiration of 20 days from tho 'wo.lt at No. HI S, Fourth Street,
dato ot the first publication ot this Ktnmnth Falls, Oregon,
notice, (said first publication Willi said proposals will bo received up
be on tho 3rd day of August, 1920) 't the hour of two.o'clork In the aft
The property owners o n?esied -moon of the 14th day of 'August,
mmt cither pay In cash or nuke and ,. 1). 1920. nt the office of tho under
file with tho Police Judgo of said city .n-no.i in the Court llfuso In tho Cltv
their applications to pay such bsoih. 0f Klamath Falls, Oregon.
menis in ten annual installment'. Proposals are des rod on a cash
wunin (no -v uays ueginning unit husls am a so on a basis of accoDt- ducod to use on asliej. TMH s a
tho first publication ot this netice: ianco of the Ilonds of said District at froauont occurence throughout the
Amount Assessed nir. countrr. You can't brine back the
Namei Against Property, The Hoard of Supervisors reserve i hay, but you can recoer Its onulva-
Allen Sloan $ 10.83. the right to reject any or alt bids notllont 4n dollars It you havo had It In-
Heirs H. II. Hargus Estate .. 661.351 satisfactory to tho Hoard of Supor- surcd, and dollars can buy more hay,
K. L. Klllott. ...... ... 300. S7 visors, )lf your bay Is not Insured you loin
Alien aioan.. ... . ..
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HAVE VOC I.NM'liri) YOUIt HAY?
A spark blown about by a vagrant
breoxo, an nlmott unnotlcoable
smudge, a small blast which rapidly
devolops Into an uncontrollable fire,
and your hay crop, raprenentlng
months of care and hard work, l ro-
"SAY IT WITH
('lit I'liiwrrn anil Plant In lllpl.iy
nt 1040 Main St.
Hut IIiiiim Near Mill- Srliool
FOR RENT New store room, cor,
9th and Klamath At. 65x108. J,
T. Ward Co.. 834 Main. 15-tf
FOR RENT Room
only. 1109 Pine
THE USE OF tnea commas U)
aake money for yon
FOR SALE OR TRADE Columbia
Sport car; terms. 327 Main St.
FOR SALE 1500 Monroe) roadster,
Al condition, self starter, electric
lights, new top, tire tubes, and other
accessories. Inquire Upp's Jewelry
FOR SALE Coin business wlU bo
sold for less than Inventory. If
you have about tlMOO look this up.
Will claar 910.000 this summer, and
the possibilities are unlimited. A
wonderful, opportunity for man and
J. T. WARD CO.
Pkone 37S 834 Main St.
FOR SALE tOO tons of hay, this
year's crop. Also have pasture for
100 hand ot cattle. Apply to W. H.
Oaddes, Eagle Ridge. 8-14
Will party who took a child's wagon
from the old Meadow Lake mill
site please return sitae. It It Is re
turned there will be no names men
tioned, but If not, the party trill be
prosecuted to the full extent of the
law, as we know who took the wagon.
MRS. GERTRUDE BROWN.
Printing. Stationery ottle
applies. Pioneer Printing and Sta
tionery company. 118 Main St. t-tf
For all kinds ot carpenter work call
S37J. Let. mo estimate your build
32 20, The successful bidder will be re- hoavlly and Inredeemably. Tho cost
MJU IVU IU UVLIU..I M Idlltl.t.U I UUDUtUI IIIVUIUUIU IIUIIMIIU,, ,.V U H Ill-
Martin, deceased 579.63 In tho amount ot twenty-fire Per cent. sure your crop In a company that Is
661.36 1 of the Contract price conditioned that prompt and reliable Jamot H. Drls-
40.33 1 he or tbey will complete the said. coll. Room 4, Loomls uulldlng.
PHONE PEYTON for wood 535
CITY OARBAOE When you want
garbage removed call .10F-23.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Steam
threshing outfit, In first class con
dition; a bargain. Box L. F Herald
FOR SALE 1 Buick and sne 7-pas-enger
Studebaker. Imperial Gar
"NEW AND 2ND HAND furniture,
123 8th street, phone 135W.
NEW AND 2ND HAND furniture,
123 8th street, phone 135W.
DANCING INSTRUCTIONS, Moose
Hall, 7 to 8 Monday and Thurs
days. Special Instructors for ladles
and gentleman. Box "O," Herald
MONEY TO LOAN
If you need money for building
Durooses. Improvements, or to pay
off a present loan, call at this office
and talk over the Efluttaoie pun. a
limited number of losns will be made
on well located residence property
within the sewer district. You can
pay it back In small monthly install
ments covering a long period of
years. We represent the Equuame
Savings t Loan Association ot Port
land, and can promise quick service.
Our charges are reasonable.
CHILCOTE & SMITH
633 Main St.
SUIT CASES AND BAGS We save
you money. See 1008 Main Ht.
FOR SALE: Cheap, second-hand
Dodge touring car; good rubber,
fair mechanical condition. Address
T. 8. Hutchlngs, Algoma, Oregon.
FOR SAIiE BY OWNER
5 room house; lot 60x150, frost
jnroof collar, garage, chicken house,
lvoo4 shed, work shop. 1811 Manxa-
aita. Hot Springs Addition. 10-18 I July 18-I3-30-8-13
In the County Court of the State
ot Oregon, for tho County of Klamath.
In tho Matter ot the Estate of Suds
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned, has been appointed the ad
ministrator ot the above entitled es
tate, and all persons having claims
against the same, will please present,
properly, verified, with vouchors at
tached, within six months from the
date of this notice at the law office
of H. M. Manning, Loomls Bldg.,
Klamath Falls, Klamath County,
State of Oregon, that being the place
this administrator has chosen to
transact the business of this estate.
Dated May 8th, 1920.
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unequalled staff of physicians and
excellent hospital equipment Insure
our patients unsurpassed service.
DR. E. D. JOHNSON
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dr. oeorofi i. wRiairr
DR. E. D. LAMB
DR. H. D. LLOYD STEWART
So the advertising colums of
this newspaper bring to you the
news of commerce and Industry,
of merchandise and service.
Tho advertisements are the
shop-windows of the world's
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eyes, that you may look and
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Do yon read the advertisements
regularly every day?
If not, you're overlooking the
best friend of your pocketbook!
Take time to read tho adver
The very sdvertlsement you
miss may bo tho ono that will
savo you tho most money and
tinio and disappointment.
So Read the Advertisements All of
' ' '''' So Read the Advertisements All of 'Em!
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Dr. Maael lagsnoU Hawlsy
First National Bank Building
of tin ui sheet Iron wottt,
tilaUag a4 warn a
don) at tho Shannon
Shop. No. 10M Main
L. N. HAINES
Klamath-Bend Auto Stag
A dally auto stage sorvlce Is now
oporatlng betweon Klamath Falls
and Bend. Offices Rez cafe and Met
ropolitan Oarago. C, I. Ituckard.
1'bone 276-W. ,. "l-U
Klamath Dye Works
OUR CLEANING, FRESHING AND
REPAIRING WILL MAKE YOUR
LOOK LIKE NEW
Goods Called for and Delivered
4S1 Main Street Klamath Falls
Z7 Murphey Feed & Seed Store
124 S. 6tk St:
Feed Your Chickens