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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 13, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
FRIDAY, AVOVHT 18, II
Notice to Public !
No Delivery After August 15
Beginning August 15, 1920, the B. P. Lewis store will share its profits with
its customers who buy for cash. At the same time this will help to reduce the
H. C. L., for you know as well as we do that cash buys goods cheaper than
credit. Cash will enable us to purchase our supplies at a much less figure
than at present, and we in turn can give our customers the benefit of this sav
ing. This we Will do in three ways:
AHKH REUNION OF AMi
LONDON, Auk. 12. Itcunlon of
churches Ih urged In tin appeal to
"nil Christian people," framed by
hlshops'of tlio Anglican Church who
attended Iho recent conference tit
' Larnhcrt. Thu uppeal wan made
public todny In connection with a
nlutemtnt by (hi; Archbishop Can
FIRST: We will give a five per cent discount
for cash purchases only purchases must amount to
one dollar or more.
SECOND: We will give our customers the
benefit of cheaper prices due to our ability to buy our
goods from wholesale houses at less cost for cash
THIKD: No Delivery or Auto Expenses. Reg
ular customers, who buy on the monthly payment
plan, will receive a two. per cent discount, only in
case their bills are paid by the tenth day .after they
become due. If not paid by the tenth after becoming
due, S', interest will be charged on the monthly
(NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS
I OX WASHINGTON HT. IIETWEEN
1ST AMI Mill) HTItKimt THAT
THEY HAVE 20 IIAVH FROM
IHT PUIILICATION OF THIS NO.
TII'K IN WHICH TO FILE AP
I'MC'ATIONH TO FAY ASSESS
MEXTH IN TKN ANNUAL INSTALLMENTS.
All bills due on the account books Aug. 15, 192G and not paid by August 25,
1020, will draw 8 interest from date of purchase to date of settlement. With
fairness to all customers, this rule will be applied impartially, without regard
to individuals. We trust that everyone affected by this new ruling will see to
it that his bills are Eettled in due time to avoid the added expense of interest.
We heartily solicit your patronage and trust that you will be pleased to
-operate in this money-saving scheme. Thanking you all for the past
business, we are
Very truly yours,
BEN P. LEWIS
6TH ST., NEAR KLAMATH
TltAN-4F):it TOM IIIT.NH
A WAV OX I'IXE STREET
Lute jesterdny afternoon the tiny
tvnin belonging to Ihii Western
Transfer company, which wan left
standing In front of the Jarolis
homo on Pine street. m frightened
by -nni unknown object which
ranked II to run nway. At Fourth
ami I'lnu street thu team and wncon
mil Into n cur belonging to Ituth
MIIIit and caused considerable, tliim-
ugo. It In rcportt il that other can
parked iiIouk tho route, of thu run
aways were damngvd before someone
stopped them at Tenth street.
ArniisT yields crossing
rights to i'.miii:i:
With iitmoHt willingness he stop
ped IiIh automobile and yielded the
r Ik lit of way to n full crown panther
will h crosed thu road In front of
him about u mile below Modoc Point.
a fnw doyH ng says Law ton Sutton
of .Modoc I'oinr.
Button wai ilrlrlne leisurely
n'oag whi'ii tho lilu cat slipped
'luk-tly out of tho bushes and start
ed nrross the road a iihort dlxtuncc
away. It had apparently been
drinking from tho lako.nnd was re
turning up the hill.
Notice In hereby given that the
I Common Council of tho City of Klam
ath Falls, Oregon, did by ordinance
'No. 014 duly adopted on the 2nd of
August, 1920, approved by the mayor
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uii wiv iiu uujr ui siurum, ivu, ue
'dare the proportionate assessment
I upon each lot, part of lot, block and
acreage property found to be bene
fited and liable for a proportionate
.shore of the cost of Improving Wash
ington Btreet from Firm Street east
erly to 3rd Street, Including Inter-
' sections. The property no assessed
by nalil ordlnanco in all that property
lying adjacent to mid parts of said
street between the above mentioned
termini and extending lutcrly to tho
center of the rcspectlvo blocks lying
adjacent to said parts of said street
ho far as the proponed Improvement
exfnds threon, Including properties
In the oiiartcrs of the four blccks
abounding any Intersection Involved
in said proposed Improvement.
That the DOCKET OF CITY
LIKX8 has been made up as provided
by section 2CS of the Charter, and
the following Is n list of thu names
of owners of the property, by said
ordinance, so ai-geM-ed as aforesaid,
and as shown, hy such Ilond Lion
d'eket, together with tho total
amount so assessed against tho prop
erty of each ewner: and reference Is
hereby made to such docket of CITY
I.IKNS tor a detailed description of
each lot, block, part of lot or block
ami acreage property so assessed
Further notice Is also given the
respective property owners so us-
sensed and herein below mentioned
that such assessment Is due and pay-
ante, and win tie delinquent rrom and
a(tT ttiu expiration of 20 days from
the date of the first publication of
this notice, (said first publication
IU be on the Crd day of August,
The property owners so assessed
miiHt either pay In cash or make and
f'le with tho Police Judge of said city
MeJr applications to pay such as
sessments In ten annual Installments.
'Within the 20 days beginning with
the first publication of thJs netlic:
. Amount Assessed
Names Against Property
Kininii Wing HIE IT.
Kimna Wing 230.51
I Percy V. llurk 666.46
Percy V. llurk 666.46
, Wlnfrled U. Foster 563.S3
Emma .Mills, James .Mills &
.Minnie K. Wnnl
Oscar k Georgia Shlve -
I.ottle A. Kceler
'C .II. & Floy Daggett
Fred & Kdna Schallock
.M. I.. Johnson
Klamath Falls Cyclery
We handle the best In onr Hoe,
such as Motorcycles. DIctcIm.
I Parti and Accessories, Goodyear,
Pennsylvania and Diamond Tires
and Tabes. The bouse of ' the
two and three wheelers, Includ
ing Harley-Davidton Service.
C. U. BUMARJC
115 H. tta Hi. Klaaaata rails
327 MAIN STREET
9. C. CLEGBORN
am Engineer and Hteyu
Office 617 Mala St.
Phenes: OSV IN, Res. lftsJ
Loosala UMfl tUawMk Falls
DR. C. A. RAMBO
l o. o. r.
Office Phone 177W Rea 177R
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
PbratrUa and Hargeo
Klacoatb Falls Oregoa
Lady ntiondda. of I.lttlo Hock,
is tho first woman bank cfflclul In
I Palace Market
4; For Service and Quality
Z PHONE 68
t - .
I Cool, Clean and Sanitary
, 227 33
Clarice Iloberts 454.C6
Kdna M Schallock 454.66
II. .V. Moo 505.41
Herman Smith 656. 16
Kvu M. Vannlco 556.1 S
W. S. Slough 651.21
W. S, Slough 551.21
Edna M Schnllocl; 653.83
Edna M. Schallock 278.23
Orpha O. Daggett 278 23
Orptin O. Daggett C 5 6.4 6
Charles K. Warden 23 l l
Chnrles K. Worden- 115.25
Published by order of the Commc.ii
Council, under nuthorlty of section
L'C'.t. of tho charter of said city.
Dated at Klamath Falls, Oregon,
.August Srd, 1920.
. A. L. I.EAV1TT.
Police Judge of thu City
of Klamath Falls, Oregon.
These words fully describe what the condition of every meat
market should be, and it describes ours to a nicety. Our cold
agu-and-other-t'iiiuimient, and our 'ambition to maintaiu'iier-"
feet sanitary conditions in our market, blend perfectly. Conse
quently, we can sell you meats of all kinds that retain their fresh
ness and wholesomeness long after they leave our shop. All our
meats are handled under glass and with extreme care. We over
look nothing which will assist us to carry out our sanitation
XOTICIJ TO TAXPAYKItS
You nro hereby notlfled that the
Assessment Kolls for Klamath Coun
ty for tho year 1920 have been com
piled by the Assessor and are open
to Inspection at my office, by all per
sons Interested. All taxpayers are
requested to examine tho valuations'
placed upon tlielr property for tho
reason that assessed valuations
throughout tho county have been
generally raised to conform to in
crease In salo value of property. All
persons Interested should examine,
their assessments hetora tho meet
ing of tho board of equlllzntlou on
the second Monday In September.
O. K. FEED SALE
Under new manage
ment Best care taken of all
stock placed in our
barn. Horses, harness
and wagons bought,
sold and exchanged.
Dr. E. G. Wiaecarrer
Dr. P. M Noel
BerraUi aad Mate Htroeta
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
Office and Residence
I. O. O. F. Temple
PHYHICIAX AND BUIIGEOH
Room 1 and S
DR. T. C. CAMPBELL
PHYSICIAN. AND HDIWKO.V
I. O. O. P. Dalldluc 1
Residence White Pelican Hotel
Residence Pbone S.
DR. L. L. TRUAX
WAItltK.V HUNT HOSPITAL
Day Phone, 407 Night Phone, SOS
We Do All Kiada of 8rbu
tog New Oaea Made to Ordee
Axle MraJjrbtealag ad.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
PkoM SB4S-T 17 KUaaatk Ave.
HX-HERYICE MEN. ATTENTION!
The regular meetings
of Klamath Post No. 8,
American Legion, will be
beld at 8 o'clock p. m., at
the City Hall in Klamath Falls, on
the second and fourth Tuesdays of
iach month. All Comrade are In
Tkn dlrln to 1oln the Post
nv uriin KDnlicntlon blanks from
O. K Van Riper, Fred Nicholson, or
1. H. Carnattan, all oi maniam r uus
FREU NICHOL80N. Secretary
The only place where you
can get help and the only
place where you can get a
1034 MAIN ST.
J. P. LEB,
Assessor of Klamath County.
524 Main Street
Sovcrnl flvo-passnger Fords.
One Ford roadster, runabout, 1919
modol, Al condition.
Ono Ford Bpeedster, completely
overhauled, now body with top, wind
shield and fenders.
One model 9G Overland.
Ono 1918 Chevrolet, good condi
One 1915 Ford, motor Just overhauled.
KLAMATH FALLS AUTO
NEW CITY LAUNDRY
"Put Your Duds
In Our Suds"
HAW MILL ENGINEERING tt
rkvlgnrr nnd builders tit mod
ern mv mills, pinning mill aad
box plants. Dredging. Pile driving.
Office Corner Spring and Oak
Neur S. P. Depot
I am now prepared to furnish
Shasta Sand from the Hoey, Caui.,
and and gravel pit, In any quantity
that may be desired by contractors
AL, F. GRAHAM.
Let Your GLASS troubles
C E. STUCKEY
Re-Glazing and Cabinet
Eleventh and Pine
Prompt Service and Reasonable
Rates, also Special Rntea on Out
of Town Trips
Klamath Lodge No. 137
L O. O. F.
Meets Friday night of each week at
I. O. O. F. hull, 5th and Main streets.
II. II. Ogle. N. G.; W. C. Wells, Sec
retary; W. D. Cofer, Treasurer.
Ewuuna Encampment No. 46, I. O.
O. F meets Tuesday night of each
week at I. O. O. F. hull. Harry
Loucks. C. P.; W. D. Cuter, Scribe;
Fred Uuesing, Treasurer.
GILT EDGE BUTTER 65c
Purity Brand Ice Cream 60c qt.
Fresh Ranch Eggs 60c doz.
Milk Cream and Full Cream Cheese
THE ARCADE HOTEL
. 1032-31 MAIN ST.
The place with home comforts,
cleanlineaa, plenty of freab. ate
and no inside room.
Everything new from top (
bottom and rate to meet jotw
DR. a A. MASSEY
Fowth Md,PM Ms.
In Warren Hut Hsspttsl
Ott. Pksas 417 Res. FkQM l
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