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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 21, 1920)
RATUltnAT, AUGUST II, IMO
- THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH PALLS. OREGON
HERALD'S CLASHED COLUMNS SALVATIONISTS
FOR SALE Real Estate
KOR 8ALK Itouio unit two let:
$0GO; T300 cash, balance I10.7C
per month at C or cent Interest.
On pavement, street assessments nil
paid. Iot 89 X 165: comfortablo
3 room house, partly unfinished.
City water on lot. Would consider
llKht team, wagon, and hnrncsa tor
half cash payment. Address owner,
llox X, Herald office 30-27
fOR SALK Hy owner, a coiy four
room homo on paved street, two
blocks from Main. Vory reasonable.
N. 320 11th St. 17-21
OR SALE Flno (arm ot 413.25
acrcj for general purposes; oppor
tunities for cranberries; tho best ot
sporting facilities; nlno miles south
ot Bandon. Now bulldlne. woven
wlro fencing. Also tho Hotel Han
don tor salo or rent. Courtesy to
agents. EDMUND CROFT. Crotton
Lake Ranch, Uandon, Oregon. Phono
M COU. 16-31
FOR RENT New store room, cor.
0th and Klamath Avo, 65x108. J.
T. Ward A Co., 834 Main. 15-tt
I NBW YORK. Aug. 31. A far-
Printing, Stationery and offlcf reaching reorganisation of tho Salvn
supplloj. Pioneer Printing and Sta- tlon Army, designed to put It In n
tlonery company. 136 Main St. 9-tf'
position tho better to meet tho en-
PHONE PBVTON for wood-
CITY OAHBAOE When you want
garbage removed call 10F-33.
CHIMNEY SWEEP Pipe and fur-
It now. hennei!
FOR SAUK lly ownor, fire" room
house. Leaving town. 532 Lin
coln 8t. 18-J1
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
... ilnrgcd demands that nro erywhcro
I being made upon It since tho war.
tins Just been nnnounred by tho ex
ecutlvo offlcliils of tho body here.
The new orn upon which tho Salva
tionists are entering "Involves not
Itlou of per-
trlrtlng of tho
entire country for the army's admin
Hemnlnlug as head of all the Sal-
Army forces In the United
Is Commander Evnngelluo
;; roof ropalrlnnUo . (,nly n complete redlsposli
ly. I hono ':i, 8onnel. but nlso a redlstrli
EAT LESS MEAT
IF BACK HURTS
Take n !lnx of Halts tit 1-'lllh Kid-
itcjs If Madder hot hers
Eating meat regularly eventually
produces kidney trouble,' In some
form or other, says a wvll-knnwn
authority, hefauso the uric ncld In
meat excites tho kidneys, they be
come overworked; gut sluggish; clog
up and cnusn all sorts ot distress,
particularly backaclw and misery In
tho kidney region; rheumatic
twinges, severe headaches, acid stom
ach, constipation, torpid liver, sleep
lessness, bladder and urlunry Irrita
tion. Tho moment your back hurts or
kidneys aren't acting right, or It
bladder bothers you, got about four
I and tho sauin hereby Is declared tu
bo benefitted, to-wllt
I Lots 1, 2,3, 4. 6, 6, 7, 8, D, 10, 11,
12, 13 and 14, of lllnek .17, original
town of Klamath Kails, Oregon, and
that said properly ubnvn described
he, nml hereby Is declared to bo as
sussed for tho expense of said Im
Hi; it fuiitiikk it i;mii,vr;u,
A business paying 20 per cent on
the Investment. $3000 cash required
to handle tho business. Call or
Phono me at Chlloquln. Ore. T. W.
FOR SAUK Or will trade on real
estate close In a Hudson Supor-slx;
7 pass. car. First class condition.
Inqulro ot Melby, Winter's Jewelry
FOR SALK One Rhode Island Red.
anil one White Leghorn rooster;
also a lot of fryora. Fischer, Dolor
es and Fremont Sis.. Hot Springs
Add. Call after 6 P. M. 19-21
One new Otdsmoblle, express body,
One new express body Hoffman
One used 4-cylInder Studebaker
One used Overland touring car.
WHITK PELICAN QARAGK
OAT HAT la shock for sale. $20
a ton. Frank Moorland, mile
south Altamont corner. 20-23
Mauser rifle, long range, calibre
7 M. M. Shoots 5 miles; shoots 6
times; fine game gun. See gun at
Browne's Paint Store, 1029 Main St.
See Will Lane. 19-25
FOR 8ALE Coanter stools for Ice
cream parlor or lunch room. 123
North 8th St. 14-20
FORJSALB--Cook store, almost new,
Phone lUW. 14tf
NOT1CK OF HAIJ-: OF IIIIIKUTION
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that ; va,lon
scaled proposals will bo received un-i Stales
til the 20th day of September. A. D..i)ooth. who has rendered 15 years of
1920, at tho hour ot two o'clock In' rvi, ,, att ,.,,, . . ...
the afternoon, for tho pnrchaao otcrT. hcro' 8ho co "'M "m-
Two Hundred Thousand Dollars' ninK omcor ot all tho army's
(200,000.00) worth ot bonds of the. forces In the United States and Ha
Langell Valley Irrigation District of wall, but with enlarged authority do-
KlaniAth County, Oregon. Sad bonds', ,. , ,, ,. . .,. ; .
to draw Interest at the rate ot slx,,cgnUMl '? -hor ,n rMO"lllon ,,f n"
per cent per annum, paramo semi-. '"' "" " nniw
annually upon tho first day ot July efforts ot the organization both ut
and the first day of January ot each, hnmn nn.t nhmii.i.
yoar until the maturity of said bonds, i
Sealed proposals will bo received '"or administrative purposes tho
by the Board ot Directors of said country has bocn divided Into thrco
Irrigation District, and should be dl- u,rrl,orleg nn cail,crn( ccnlrnl nm,
rectcd to the secretary ot the Lan- . ... . ,
gell Valley Irrigation District, care' ""tern. Hh headquartors respect-
of Ferguson. Fletcher A Mifflin. No.;'vely In New York, Chicago and San
16 Loomls Building, Klamath Falls j Francisco. Colonel William Peart,
rThen' Hoard ot 'Directors reserve who h '0"K been chief secretary In
the right to reject any or all bldst"10 umtc Mates, win leave .Now
offered. York with a promotion to corn-ills-!
A. L. WISHARD. sloner and assume char go of the l
Directors of Langell Va?..nrn,'l, work ,n tho cen,ral ,crrlt ,r- A Increase of $14,000
icjr irrigation District.
The City Engineer, pursnnnl tn
Resolution of the Coiiimon Council
heretofore mlupleil, Imvliu: on the
llltliMlay of July, IUS0, tiled plans,
specifications, niul estimate of tho
cost of Improving tho alloy passing
from 5th to (1th Htrits, imrallol
with Main Street through the center 1I1..1 Mnmlnv. ilm 23rd ilav of An
of Block 37, original towt of Kliim- (, mao, at tho hour of h o'clock
nth Kails, Oregon, same being bound ,, t tlio council chamber of (tin
ml on the northerly sldo by lots 5 to (,'ominou Council In tho City Hall at
14 Inclusive and on tlio southerly Klamath Falls, Oregon, bo fixed as
side by lots 1, 3, 3 and 4 of said tho time nml plnro for hearing oh-
Block 37, and tho Council hnvlng Jecllons mid remonstrances against
taken tho same under advisement tint said proposed Improvement and
and finding said plnns. specifications tlio Police Judgn bo, and ho horiiby
and estimates satlstartory, I Is directed to cause lintlco of said
BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED, that hearing to bo published as by Char-
said plans, specifications mid estl- ter provided
mates for tho Improvement of said
Alley be, and tlio samu are hereby
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED,
that the Common Council hereby do
Clares Its lutonlMi to Improvn
alloy In accordance with tho
STATU OK OREOON. )
COUNTY OK KLAMATH. ).
CITY OF KLAMATH FALLH.)
I, A. L, Leavltt, Pollen Judgn of
tho City of Klamath Kails, Oregon,
said '1 lioreby certify that Hut foregoing
mill Is n duly enrolled copy of a nsolu-
nZn q ,' f. ....,. Pl. specifications and estimates. '.'" n"'"ua "X
nharmseV I. k.f a U.Mw t '" improvements to consist of W-j; "" ,,,0,r,T '
fZ,',!f nf i" HSSSiw-'J? '"'' ftU1 a"e w,,t' W.iHlhi pavo- 'lclar ing Us Inf.,
?..,Kln f...f .vi?f0J"..b,lC,.k..f""i i"t at an estimated cost ot II.. ! I' ""''r P"lniC
.....rlflrnll,,.,. .,,.1 nallninln tldll adopted by Hill COIIIIIIOIl CllUn
(1117 III JlHJi IFcVi
iitlon of Improving
friliu Kill In Kill
for a few days and. your kidneys, i"rV"nn, m ., i,.mnt VMHlreels. parallel with Main Btreot
win then act nne. This famous salts 0,tmated cost of 1 1.030.00 or through tho center of Block 37, or
s made from tho acid of grapes .and"" crV 'aeme. t at an os Imated lKl.l ' 'f Klamath Kails, Ore-
jincu, comuinou wun mnia.i . n.nn ...1.1 i . unn. nml nniirnv lie I in onus. nine.
has been used for gonorstlom to "" ' ' '"' ""I " ' ",. " " - ""' rim I..... j,i ...th. ..(. ,f r...t .ut..
Atn....! LIJ..H. ....I ..l.H..t.t. HI IHllllTr UTI'HI 1U IIII.IIIIIU -.IHUIUR ..."...-...- ...... . .. ...
clogged kldnoys mid stlmulito ...,,,.. .,., .,,.. ,., ,. in Html Ur Ilm C! Iv Ens nmir.
m to normal activity; also to neu-' '"l ." ' " ". .'V"."""'V."""L ''".''": ' a iV i mavi-mv
trallxo the acids In tho urlno so It
no longer Irritates, thus ending
Jad Salts cannot Injure anyone;
makes a delightful orforvesrent llth-la-water
drink which millions of
men and women tako now and then
to keep tho kldnoys and urinary or
gans clean, thus avoiding serious
Its entire distance, nml
BE IT KURTIIER RESOLVED
by the Common Council that thi'r
property hereinafter described be,
Dated August 10, 1920.
whose promotion to tho rank ot lieu
tonant commissioner will tako effect !
with his assumption of his now post.
Palmist and Fortune Teller
Tells your past, present, and fut-
To Now ork as ranking cf fleer
comes Commissioner Thomas Estill
who heretofore has directed tho Sal
vationist activities for tho entire
western half of tho country from Chi
cago. Tho commanding officer for
the new western territory will bo
UreTe.a.Sdyo'uno?eyourhu,.n.ne.?.rte?. " f O.f ford formerly In
you of your lost Jovcr and love af- cnarKo of ,ho work 'n Sow Kngland,
Extra questions, extra charges.
This wonderful lady will answer
any question that you want to know
and find out.
Two questions go with each for
Main 8th Stu.
FOR SALHU-J Snick and one 7-pes-enger
Sludebaker. Imperial Oar-
WANTED. WORK By experienced
hotel housekeeper, or In Camp din
ing room. Apply or phone Washing
ton Lodging House. 20-21
WANTED TO BUY A cook stove.
Must be cheap. Phone 121W.
WANTED A furnished apartment,
by young couple. Phone 112W.
HELP WANTED At
Ford car. See Will Lone about It
at Browne's Paint Store, 1029 Main
St. . , 19-25
WANTED Trucks to haul dry lum
ber. Phono C39W.
WOOD CUTTER WANTED To cut
wood at logging camp by contract.
Phono Lamm Lumber Co., Modoc
Because of the high cost ot bottles
and labor, after September 1, 1920,
wo will make no deliveries of milk
or cream where there Is no bottle
and ticket out for deliveries.
All tickets must bo paid for In ad
vance. Unused tickets will be re
KLEEN MILK DAIRY
E. L. French. Prop.
MILK PRODUCERS' ASSN.
SPRINUFIKLD, Oro.. Aug. 21.
over that ut last year was taken In by
tho local creamery, figures how.
Total receipts amounted to $78,000.
Strayed to this place about one
month ago, ono largo black brood '
sow. Owner can havo same by call-'
Ing at Enterprise Ranch and paying
Cad w any hour day or night
for prompt service, rnreful, po
lite, experienced drivers; blglr
class touring cars for out ot
town trips. Baggage storod frcii
for 90 das. Reasonable rates
for city and out of town trips.
Call us on phone 513 for prompt
CENTRAL AUTO SERVICE
"SAY IT WITH
Cut Flowers anil Plants In l)lpl.iy
at 1040 Main H4.
Hot llouso Near Mills School
Strayed to my place about a month
ago, a bay mare 8 or 10 year old,
branded on left shoulder WC. Also
brown filly about. 3 years old, and a
chunky bay horse 3 or 4 years old,
branded Inverted A. Owner may
have same by paying for keep and
for this advertisement. Robert 8.
Fry, next to Cofer Bros, brick yard.
WANTED To rent or lease, 4 or 5
roomed unfurntshod houso. See
John Yadon, Howie Garage. 16-21
WANTED 2 newsboys at the Her
ald office. 27-tf
. Milk five or six cows. Seventy-
five dollars per month. Adam ranch,
Merrill. Oregon. 18-21
FOR RENT OR LEASE
TOR RHNT Irie bad-room; 127
Third 8t. at Jefferson St. Phone
USE RltAMlMA'H SAGE TEA AND
SULPHUR RECIPE AND NO
BODY WILL KNOW
The use of Sage and Sulphur for
restoring faded, gray hair to its nat
ural color dates back to grandmoth
er's fime. She used It to keep her
hair beautifully dark, glossy and at
tractive. Whenever her hair took on
that dull, faded or streaked appcar-
pllcd with wonderful effect,
auce, this simple mixture was ap
But browing at home Is mussy and
out-of-dato. Nowadays, by asking at
any drug store for a CO cent bottle of
"Wyeth's Soge and Sulphur Com-poundA-you-wBt-get-thle-famous
preparation, Improved by the addi
tion of other Ingredients, which can
bo depended upon to restore natural
color and beauty to tho hair.
A well known downtown druggist
says It darkens the hair so natural
ly" and evenly that nobody can tell It
has been applied. You simply damp
en a sponge or soft brush with It,
and draw this through your hair, tak
ing one strand at a time. By morn
ing the gray hair disappears, and af
ter another application or two, It be
comes beautifully dark and glossy.
AS THE PHONOGRAPH BRINGS ALL THE
WORLD'S BEST MUSICIANS AND ENTERTAIN
ERS TO YOUR HOME
AS THE MOVING PICTURE SPREADS VIEWS
OF ALL THE WORLD BEFORE YOU WHILE
YOU SIT IN AN EASY CHAIR
SOOTHING QUIETUDE FOR
la ono of any hospltal'a biggest assets
and the location of this hospital
makes It especially dralrable from
that viewpoint. Only abundantly
capable graduated nurses are em
ployed, and this fact, added to oar
unequalled staff of physicians and
excellent hospital equipment Insaraa
oar paiktnta unsurpassed service.
DR. E. D. JOHNSON
DR. O. It. MERRYMAN
DR. T. C. CAMPBELL
DR. aEOROB !. WRIOIIT
DR. E. D. LAMB
DR. II. D. LLOYD STEWART
A Classified Ad will sell it.
So tho advertising colums ot
this newspaper bring to you tho
news of commerce and Industry,
of morchandlso and service.
Tho advertisements aro the
sbop-wlnd.ows of tho world's
wares, passed boforo your very
eyes, that you may look and
know whero to get tho full hun
dred cents worth of every
Do you road the advertisements
regularly evory day
It not, you'ro overlooking tho
best friend of your pockotbookt
Tako tlmo to road tho adver
Tho very advertisement you
miss may bo the one that will
savo you tbo most monoy and
tlmo and disappointment.
Hi ! .
So Read the Advertisement All of 'Em!
Dr. Mat IaersoU Bawls
First National Baak Balldlag
of tin and sheet Iron work, reav
tllatlng and warn air hrattt
dona at tbo Shannon Plambtaa;
Shop. No. lOSS Mala sK.
L. N. HAINES
Klamath-Bend Auto Stage
A dally auto stsgo service Is nm
Ulssisssfl i.r- . 6W , , ,,, ,..
f tf -r .- . ii , . pit
operating ootwwn Klamath ralla ,
ana ucna. unices Rex cafo and Mat
ropolltan Ourago, C. I. Iteokard.
Phono 276-W. J7-tf
Klamath Dye Works
OUR CUDANIBfO, PRMHING AND
lUCPAUUNQ WILL MAUI YOTJB
LOOK LIKE NEW
Goo Galled for ad DaUftMsl
481 MaJa aHroet Klaautti Falla
Feed Your Chickens
UZ7CV- Murphey Feed & Seed Store
1241S. M St.