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ItTMBAT, AUGUST 17, 1M0
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
HERALDS CLASSIFIED COLUMN
POD C A I E Real Estate WANTED Young man tletlrot room
run aAUi iteai estate ; nnJ board wUh prnUo fftmUj
FOR BALE Fine farm of 41S.2S
acree, for. general purpotot; oppor-
tunltlM for cranberries; tho best of
taorttag facilities; nine miles soutii
nf Bandon. Now bulldtnca. woven
wire fencing. Alto tho Hotel Dan-
don for sale or rent. Courtesy to
agente. EDMUND CROFT, Crotton
Lake Ranch, Bandon, Oregon. Phono
M E011. l'8l
Permanent. Dos 90, Herald. 13-17
WANTED Olrl to work In dining
room. Whlto Lunch.
FOR SALE Mitcellaneout
One acw OMtmoblle, express body,
Oaa new express body Hoffman
Oh uaed 4-cyllnder Studebaker
Oh used Overland touring car.
WHITS PKUCAN GARAGE
WANTED Woman to do washing,
Ironing, and clenntng. Phone 136.
WOOD CUTTER WANTRD-S-To cut
wood at logging camp by contract.
Phono Lamm Lumber Co., Modoc
WANTED To rent or toaso, 4 or 6
roomoil unfurnlnhnit hmio Rm
John Yaden, Howla Oarage. 16-21
WANTED 2 newsboys at the Her
ald oRIco. 27-tf
RKO FOR SALE
We haTe one Reo touring car, the
property ofR. C. Oroeabeck, and It
haa had exceptionally fine care, la In
firat-claaa condition, will give the
aarcaaaer more hard aerrlce, and Is
a batter bur than any new car priced
up to 12.600.00. Haa new "Never
teak" top, Victoria curtains, plate
glaaa; battery and tires practically
aw; cord tlrea on rear. Many ex
tra and conveniences. Tho price It
rfgBt, aad this car will go quickly.
If latereated, aee Mr. Lee. at the
Metropolitan Oarage, 11th tt Klam
FOR' BALE 10 torn Al oat hay In
ahock 4 miles out on Merrill road.
Phoao 1SF2. 16-17
FOR BALK A amall refrigerator
practically now. Phono 492W.
FOR BALE--Firty two-pound fryers.
Phone 1GF2. 16-17
FOR SALE Counter stools for Ice
ereaaa parlor or lunch room. 123
North Ith St. 14-20
FOR BALE Houaehold goods same
Phoao 268R or 80.
FOR BALE One Haley-Davidaon
bicycle. 1631 Manxanl Ave. . -
LOST AND FOUND
LOST One spotted pig between
Miller hill and North Rlvorttdo.
Phono 19SM. 12-18
FOUND Near Altmont Ranch, a
smnll suitcase containing fishing
outfit. Call Coo's Auto Scrvlco.
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t lint Monday, tho 23rd dny ot Aug
ust, 1920, nt tho hour ot 8 o'clock
P. M. nt tho council chambers o(
the Common Council In tho City
Hall nt Klamath Falls. Oregon, bo
fixed ns tho tlmo nnd'plnco for honr
Ing objections ami romoustrnncea
ngalnst the, snld propesed Impravo
mont nnd tho Pollco Juilgo bo, and he
harohy Is directed to cnuso notlco uf
snld hearing to bo published nt by
STATE OF OltnaON. 1
COUNTY OF KLAMATH. )ss
CITY OF KLAMATH FALLS.)
I, A. L. Loavltt, Police Judgo ot
the City ot Klamath Falls. Oregon,
do hereby certify that tho foregoing
Is a duly enrolled copy ot n resolu
tion adapted by tho Common Council
on tho 9th day of August, 1920, de
claring Its Intention of Improving
tho alloy passing from Cth to 6th
Streets, parallel with Main Street,
through tho center ot Mock 16, or
iginal town or Klamath Fulls, Ore
gon, and npproTlng tho plans, specifi
cation and estimates ot cost sub
mitted by tho City Engineer.
A. L. LEAVITT,
Dated August 10, 1920. 12-23
FOR RENT OR LEASE
FOR RENT New ttore room. cor.
9th and Klamath Ave. 65x108. J.
T. Ward 4b Co.. 834 Mala. 15-tf
FOR RENT Room for gentleman
only. 1109 ?lno St. 13-17
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LADY DARDER SHOP
at Chlloqutn, Oregon.
Printing. Stationery and office
auppllea. Pioneer Printing and Sta
tionery company. 126 Mala 8L 9-tf
PHONE PEYTON for wood CSC
NO. II HOI
Of flea ot Comptroller ot tho Cur
Washington. D. C. July 30, 1920.
Whereas, tiy satisfactory uvlduncc
presented to tho underslKncd, It has
been mniio to appear that "Tho Am
erican National llnnk ot Klamath
Falls," In tho city ot Klamath Falls,
In tho County ot Klamath nnd Stato
of Oregon, has compiled with nil tho
provisions ot the statute, ut tho
United States required t obo com
piled with beforo an association
tliall bo authorlted to commence tho
limitless of banking:
Now therefor) I, John Skelton
milium, luuipironer oi i no or I
rency. do hereby certify that "TlienJ
Amcrleun National Dank of KI.-iimm X
nth Falls." In tho City of Klamulh
Falls, In tho County ot Klamath nnd,
State of Oregon, Is authorised to I 5
commence tho business of banking.
as proviuoa in section Kirty cno hun
dred and stxty-nlno of tho Kerlsed
Statutes ot tho United States.
In testimony whereof, witness my
narw and scat ot offlco this Thir
teenth day of July. 1920.
JNO. SKELTON WILLIAMS.
(Seal) Comptroller of tho
SURE! Paper it going up and hard to got, but we are still telling toilet paper
Four Roll for
Your favorite Toilet Soap
on sale at
7 Bar for 55 Cents
hat advanced 10 per cent
We are telling one assort
merit, your choice, at
We carry Lifetime Aluminumware, 20-year guarantee, at pricet you can af
ford to pay.
LARGE LIPPED PRESERVING
SAUCE PANS KETTLE
Vj M ffJaB
(I ' II
CITY OARDAOE When yog want
carbarn rumnrpH cull inp.,1
; The City Knginrvr, pursunnt to
Wo aro actually selling our goods K0,"tlon cf tho Common Council
below wholesale prices, and tho ma- hrilofore . adopted, -having on the
teriaU are the best. Our stock In- lJla ,ar.r Jair ":" n,wl .pIa""'
eludes shirts, faner .. s.ni. ., specifications and estimates of the
-. . -". uaf .. f ... tivrivln M ttna nll.iu
Brooms! Brooms! Brooms!
Brooms Regular $1.00 Value our
derwear, three grades; felt and straw
hats, collars, real ha bands at 25c,
and many other very serviceable ar
ticles of wearing apparel. Our low
prices will astound you. R. I. Ham
mond, 58 Main St. 16tt
WOULD INVEST Few thousands
with services in colon- business
that will stand .Investigation. Ad
dress Doi OS, Evening Herald.
coat of Improving the alley nnssliu:, I
from Cth to 6th Stn-als, parallel '
with Main Street through tho center. .
of Illock 37. original, town of Riant- I
atn Falls, Oregon, same being bcuml
od on tho northerly side by lots f to
14 Inclusive and on tho southerly
sldo by lots 1. 2, 3 and 4 of .suld( t
Illnrk 37. nnil Ills, Pnnnrll linvfmr.
taken the samo undor advisement
FOR SALS) Pleasure launch. A
real bargain if taken at once. See
Jama M. Watklns, Jr. Phone 38R.
FOR SALE Brand new Ford do
livery car. See party at camp
FOR BALE Cook stove, almost new.
Phone 121W. 14tt
FOR 8ALB OR TRADE Columbia
Sport ear; terms. 327 Mala St,
aatt .b. i Mi i
FOR BALK 1 Bulck and one 7-paa-'
aager Studebaker. Imperial Oar-
PLEASE RETURN My big road
plow. You got It from Pine St.
Act quickly I need It. J. W. Moor
CHIMNEY SWEEP Plpo and fur
nace cleaning; root repairing. Do
It now. Kennedy. Phone 477J.
FOR SAUB Cheap, second-hand
Podge touring car; good rubber,
air Mechanical condition. Addrest
T. 8. Hutchlngt, Algoma, Oregon.
.WANTED A furnlahed apartment,
by young couple. Phone 112W.
WANTED Work, cooking on ranch
or la logging caaap. Call 216 Main
St, Room 6. 16-17
The children will hare tho uso of
the swimming pool from 8 to 11
A. M on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
The tubs only will be open to tho
public during those hours. 16-17
WANTED Woman or girl to take
an ox two small ooya aurus uajr,
Call 1S21 Crescent Ave. after C:30,
MAN WANTS Position at all around
cook for frota 12 to 25 men. Please
atata wages. Address 421Maln St.
WANTED For cash, Ford touring
car. Addreaa Box Q, Herald.
WANTED At once, two experienced
grocery men. Houston Phelps.
TRUCK aad tractor operator wishes
aoeltion. Phone 43W. 13-19
WANWiD Assistant cook to work
laieookaouse; or a man and wife,
raaa to work In woods or sawmill.
Peae Mrs. Qoodner. 11F13.
WANTED 3 cut-off and 2 band saw
aaea, aad 6 boys for general work
fa box factory. Write or apply As
sociated Box A Lumber Co.. Dorrls.
The City Englneor. pursuant to
Resolution of tho Com in en Council
heretofore adopted, having on the
19th day of July. 1920, filed plans,
specifications and estimates of the
cost ot Improving the alley passing
from 6th to 61 h Streets, parallel
with Main Street through the center
of Illock 16, original town of Klam
ath Falls, Oregon, same being bound
ed on the northerly side by lots C,
6, 7 and 8, and on the southerly sldo
by lota 1. 2, 3 and 4. of said Block
16, and the Council having taken
the same uncer advisement ana rind
ing said plant, specifications and es
timates satisfactory, '
BE IT HEREBY RE80I.VED, that
said plans, specifications and esti
mates for the improvement of aald
alley bo, and tho same are hereby
BE IT FURTHER RESOLYED,
that the Common Council hereby do
dares Its Intention to Improve aald
alley In accordance with tho aald
plans, specifications and estimates,
said Improvement to consist of pav
Ing said alley with bitulithlc pave
ment at an estimated cost of II,-
57G.00: oil macadam pavement at
an estimated cost of $930.00 or con
creto pavement at an estlmatod cost
of S 1380.00. said improvement in
either event to Include grading and
rolling said alley; aald Improvement
to be 15 feet wide throughout its
entire distance, and
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED
by the Common Council 'that the
property hereinafter described be,
and tho same horeby la declared to
be benefitted, to-wlt:
Lots 1. 2. 3. 4. 6, 9, 7 and 8 of
Block 16, of original town of Klam
ath Falls, Oregon, nnd tbat said
property above described be, and
hereby Is declared to bo assessed for
the expense of said improvement,
and finding said plans, specifications
and estimates satisfactory.
HE IT HEREBY RESOLVED, that
sain plans, specifications and esti
mates for the Improvement of said
alley be, and tho same aro hereby
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED.
that tho Common Council hereby de
clares us intention to Improvo said
alley In accordance with tho said
plant, specifications and estimates,
said Improvements to consist of pav
ing said alloy with bitulithlc pavo
ment at an estimated cost ot 1,
655.00; oil macadam pavement nt
an estlmatod cost ot $1,030.00 or
concrete pavement nt an estimated
cost of $1467.00, said Improvement
In either event to Include eroding
and rolling said alley; said Improve
ment to be 15 feet wido throughout
Its cntlro distance and
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED
by the Common Council that tho
property hereinafter doscrlbcd bo.
and tho samo hereby Is declared to
bo benefitted, to-wlt:
Lots 1. 2. 3, 4, 6, 6, 7. 8, 9, 10, 11,
12, 13 ana M, or Block 37, original
town ot Klamath Falls, Oregon, and
that said property abova described
be, and hereby Is doclarod to bo as
sessod for the expense ot said im
BE IT FURTHER R ESOLVED,
mat aionaay, tho 23rd day of Aug
ust, 1920, at tho hour or 8 o'clock
P. M. at the council chambers of tho
Common Council In tho City Hall at
Klamath Fulls, Oregon, bo fixed us
the tlmo and placo for hearing ob
jections aud remonstrances ngaliHt
tho said proposed Improvement and
tho Pollco Judgo be, und ho hereby
is directed to causo notlco ot said
hearing to bo published as by Char
ter provided. N
STATE OF OREOON. )
COUNTY OF KLAMATH. )ss.
CITY OF KLAMATH FALLS.)
I, A. L. Loavltt, Police Judgo of
the City of Klamath Falls, Oregon,
do hereby cortlfy that tho foregoing
is a auiy enroneu copy or a resolu
tlon adopted by tho Common Coun
ell on the day of July, 1920,
declaring Its Intention of Improving
mo auoy passing from Dtn to 6th
Streots, parallel with Main at root
inrougn mo center or iiiocjc 37, or
iginal town of Klamath Falls. Ore
gon, and approving tho plans, speci
fications ana estimates ot cost sub
mitted by tho City Engineer.
A. L. LEAVITT,
Dated August 10, 1920. 12-23
Large assortment of Shopping Batkett jutt received, 75c to $1.25.
We have moat everything you need for that camping trip.
Klamath Variety ShoP
5.10-15 and 2w- STORF
Two Hundred Thousand Dollars little to fear from ouch other and
(200,000.00) worth of bonds of tho much to gain In tho common dovel-
I-jngell Valley Irrigation District opment of tho Pacific const region.
Kainnth County. Oregon. Said bonds ' "
to draw Interest at tho rate ot alx' T"" I'"anei.t snow fields of Alas
nor cent per annum, payablo semi- ka only cluster round tho crest lines
annually upon tho first day ot July, of tho highest mountain rangvs, ui
and tho first day of January of each . ,. ... .,. ., ..,., nn. nr
year until tho maturity of said bonds,
Sealed proposals will bo received
by tho Board of Directors ot said
Irrigation District, and should be di
rected to the secretary of tho Lan
cet! Valloy Irrigation District, care
of Forguson, Fletcher It Mifflin, No.
16 Loomls Building, Klamath Falls
Tho Board of Directors resorvo
tho right to roject any or all bids
A. L. WIHHARD,
Secretary of tho Board of
Directors of Langoll Val
ley Irrigation District.
less than one per cent ot Alatku's
Walter und llnrry, tho twins, weru
sdylng their prayers. After thoy had
finished Walter' exclaimed: "Mamma
I don't want, Hurry to say his pray
ers when I do,"
"Why not. Walter?" asked his
mother. , '
"Jlecnuso," he replied, "how do
'spoc' Ood can hear us both at the
St, Louis Is tho only club In tho
National leagua that has never won
NOTICE OF HALE OF IHHIfMTiO.N
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
sealed proposals will be received un
til tha 9.fttH 1av nf Ranl.mhni. A Tl
11920, at the hour of two o'clock in
FURTHER RESOLVED, the afternoon, for the purchase of
HAVE YOU INSURED YOUR nAY?
A tpark blown about by a vagrant
breeze, an almost unnotlceable
smudge, a amull blase which rapidly
developa Into nn uncontrollable Ore,
and your hay crop, representing
months of care and hard work, la re
duced to useless ashes. This It a
frequent occurence throughout the
country. You can't bring back the
bay, but you can recover Its equiva
lent In dollars If you have bad It In
sured, and dollars can buy more hay.
If your bay It not insured you lose
heavily and Inredeemably. The cott
of Insurance la nominal. Let ut In
sure your crop In a company that It
prompt and reliable. Jamet H. Drlt
coll.Tloom 4, Loomlt Building, 9
SUNDAY SCHOOL SOCIAL
Friday evening, August 20, a Sun
day school social will bo held In the
Mlllor Hill school home for boneflt
of the Sunday School. Ice cream and
cake will bo told, and tho public la
Invited to attend. 10-19
Bobby (aged six) Ploato glvo
mo a nickel, Uncle Jack.
Uncle tuck Why, llttlo pal, I
thought you woro too big to bog for
Llttlo Bobby That'a to, Undo
Jacklo, Mako It a dime.
Manufacturers ot pulp and papor
In British Columbia and Alaska have
YOU un a dentifrice to keep your teeth
white to give health to the gums, and
cleanlinett and comfort to the mouth.
Dentins say this it all any dentifrice can
tly do. And t M Is what KUaao Dental
Creme accooiDlUbet Dcrfectlv. The dantl.
frlce smoui for its lingering Cool", CUaa,
juciuo Feeling. Oct a tube today.
STAR DRUG CO.
Feed Your Chickens
bK5&r7 Murphey Feed & Seed Store V