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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 23, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
HERALD'S CLASSIFIED COLUMN
FOR SALE Real Estate
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lot In Seattle, brand now. Iif rosl-
donco district: will trndo for home
In Klamath Fats, or will tako Reed
automobile In art payment. Inqulro
122 So. Blslh; phono 125. 21-22
FOR 8AI.K IIouro and Two letn:
650; ."fJOO cash, balanco I10.7B
per month at 6 per rent Intorost.
On pavement, street assessments alt
paid. Lot 89 X 165; comfortable
3 room house, partly unfinished.
City wntor on lot. Would consider
Hicht team, wagon, and harness for
half cash payment. .Address owner.
Box X, Herald ottlco. 20-27
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
HAltVESTKIt For sale. Idaho
combined barroster, nine foot-cut.
Has cut loss than 1,090 acres; Is run
ning now. Will be through Sept. 1.
In good condition; can be used with
nglno or 10 horse horses at pres
ent. Reason for selling, am quit
ting grain raising. .Price fC.50.00 on
car, and wilt eoae and start vlt one
day. J. W. Henry, 4 mllee 8. K. of
Grenada, on Taylor place. 21-22
One ItSO Chevrolet touring car;
extra tire aad shock absorbers. A
real bargain at eight hundred and
A business paying 20 per cent on
the Investment. $3000 cash required
to handle the business. Call or
phone me at Chlloqnln, Ore., T. W.
One new Oldsmoblle, express body,
One new express body. Hoffman
One tued 4-cyUader 8tudebaker
One need Overland touring car.
vYBiTK 1'KUCAN GARAGE
FOR SALE 15 early hatched pare
blooded WnUte Minorca Cockerel.
Tery large aad perfect beauties. $3
each. I ate have 7 fure Meed Whit
Leghorn far sale, all cockerels; are
from the tety best laying strata. Mrs.
Tannic Purdy. Malla.'Ore. 21-23
OAT HAT la shock for le. $20
a ton. Prank Moorland, mile
oath Altamoat corner. 20-23
Mauser rifle, long range, calibre
7 M. M. Shoots 5 mile; shoots 6
times; fine game gun. See gun at
Browne' Paiat Store, 1029 Main St.
See. Will Las. I 19-25
FOR SALR 1 Bulek and an 7'
eager "MdsbaKer, Imperial Oar-
WANTED To do dressmaking and
plain sewing. Call at corner ral
ton and Warden streets. 21-21
WANTED A good gin or woman
for general housework. Call at
Marshall Hoaee. 21-26
WANTED Mea with team to haul
dry lumber; 6 mile haul. Swan Lake
Lumber Co. '21-25
Ford car. See Will Lane about it
at Browne' Paint Btore, 1029 Main
St. .. 19-25
WANTBDr-Trucks to haul dry lum
ber. Phone 5I9W.
WANTED 2 newsboy at the Her
ald office. 27-tf
WANTED Chareman, on ranch.
Milk five or six cows. Seventy
five dollar per mrfmth. Adams ranch,
Merrill, Oregon. 18-23
Printing, Stationery and office
supplies. Pioneer Printing and Sta
tionery compass. 126 Mala St. 9-tf
PHOND PKTTON for wood 635
CITY QARBAOB When you want
garbage removed call 10F-23,
FOR RENT OR LEASE
FOR RENT irge bed-room: 227
Third St. at Jeffersoa St. Phone
447R. - 0-36
TOR RBNT Booms,
FOR MNT New store room, cor.
th aa Klamath Art. 11x101. . '.
T. Ward ft Oe., Ill Mala. lstl
CavJ Vatmi.i' rkisf.lri.ti a Ifyou
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NOTICK OF NAI.K OF IRRIGATION
NOTICE 18 HKIIKBY GIVEN that
Ina1ml ttfnnnt1a art It K rAititlAit t M
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til tho 20th day of September, A. D.
1920, at tho hour or two o'clock In
tho afternoon, tor tho purchase of
Two Hundred Thousand Dollars
(200,000.00) worth of bonds of tho
Lnngotl Valtoy Irrigation District of
Klsmnth County, Oregon. Sold bonds
to draw Intorest at tho rato of six
per cent per annum, payable semi
annually upon tho first day of July
and tho first day of January of each
year until tho maturity of said bonds.
Scaled proposals will bo rocolrcd
by tho Hoard of Directors of said
Irrigation District, and should bo di
rected to tho secretary of tho Lan
gell Valloy Irrigation District, care
of Ferguson. Fletcher & Mifflin, No.
16 Loomls Uutldlng. Klamath Falls
Tho Doard of Director reserve
the right to reject any or all bids
A. L. WI8HARD.
Secretary of tho Board of
Directors of Langoll Val
ley Irrigation District.
Because of the high cost of bottles
and labor, after' September 1, 1920,
wo will make no deliveries of milk
or cream where there Is no bottle
and ticket out tor deliveries.
All tickets must be paid for In ad
vance. Unused tickets will bo re
deemed. KLKKX MILK DAIRY
E. L. French. Prop.
MILK PRODUCERS' ASSN.
HONEYMOONS IN ODD PLACES
Persons of Adventurous Disposition
Havt Spent Them Amid Arctic
and 8avsg Dangsrs.
Sfr. Elklns. the wealthy younn
American who recently took his bride
for a honeymoon "as near the North
pole ns he can comfortnbly set," I
by no means the first bridegroom who
Tim spent hit "month of, honey" In
this chilly environment, says London
A few years ago Mr. Max Fldseh
oiann.tn Chicago millionaire, at his
bride's request, took her straight from
the altar to the Arctic wastes, where
they spent, on their own evidence,
"delight ful" months, hunting seals,
reindeer and polar beawtwo of which
fell to the bride's own gun. Mrs.
rielschmnnn's honeymoon' wardrobe,
we are told, consisted of an assort
ment of sheepskin dresses, lined with
Lewi chilly, bur no less adventurous,
t the honeymoon Journey of Major
Powell-Cotton, who took his bride on
a long and hazardous Journey through
Africa, spending many months In the
heart of the Iturl forest, hunting the
okopl and making friends of the aav
.ge pigmies, who had never before
even seen a white womsn.
Bet the most daring and adven
turou of all recorded honeymoons
was that of Captain Andrews, an
American sailor, and bis bride, who
started to cros the Atlantic In a
"cockleshell," 12 feet long, and were
never seen again.
Ohio State will open its gridiron
season on October 2 with Ohio Wes
leyaa at Columbus.
FEW FOLKS M
DRUGGIST SAYS LADIES ARE
USING RECIPE OP SAGE TEA
Hair that loses its color and lustre,
or when It fades, turns gray, dull and
lifeless, U caused by a lack of sul
phur In the hair. Our grandmothers
made up a mixture of Sage Tea and
Sulphur to keep her locks dark and
beautiful, and thousands of women
and men who value that even color,
that beautiful dark shade of hair
which Is so attractive, use only this
Nowadays we get this famous mix
ture, improved by the addition of oth
er ingredients by asking at any drug
store for a EO-cent bottle of "Wyeth's
Sage and Sulphur Compound," which
darkens tne nair so naturally, so
evsnly, that nobody can possibly tell
it hs been applied. You Just damp
en a sponge or soft brush with It and
draw this through your hair, taking
one small strand at a time. By mora
ing th gray hair disappears; but
what delight the ladles with Wyeth's
Sage and Sulphur Compound Is that,
beside beautifully darkening too
hair after a few application! it also
brings back the gloss and lustre and
gives it an appearance of abundance.
MEAT HE OF
Tako Salts to fluid Klilnr) If Hack
hurts or illmlder
It you m,ust hnvo your meat orory
day, cat It, hut (tush your kidneys
with salts occasionally, u)n a noted
authority who tolls us that meat
forms uric acid which almost paral
yzes tho kidneys In their efforts to
cxpol it from tho blood. They bo
como sluggish nnd weaken, then you
suffer with a dull misery in tho kid
ney region, sharp putns In tho back
or sick headache dltzlness, your
stomach sours, tongito Is coated and
when tho weather Ls hnd you have
rheumntic twinges. Tho urlno got
cloudy, full of sediment, tho chan
nels often get sore and Irritated,
obliging you to seek relief two or
three times during tho night.
To neutrallto these Irritating
acids, to cleanse tho kidneys and
flush off tho body's urinous waste
get four ounces of Jnd Salts from
any pharmacy hero; tako a table
spoonful In a glass of water botore
breakfast for a few days and your
kidneys will then act fine. This fa
mous salt Is made from tho acid of
grapes and lemon Juice, combined
with llthla, and baa been used for
generations to flush and stimulate
sluggish kidneys, also to neutralise
tho acids In urine, so It no longer
Irritates, thus ending bladder weak
ness. Jad Salts I Inexpensive: cannot
Injure, and makes a delightful ef
fervescent llthla-water drink.
NOTICE TO BIDDER
Bids will bo received until six
o'clock P. M August 26, for the
erection of a new schoolhouso, to bo
built nbout two miles north of tho
railroad crowing at Modoc Point.
Bids to cover the furnishing of all,
supplies, materials, and labor neccs-
sary for compioto construction, l'lnns,
may be obtained at the office of the
Sawmill Engineering and Construc
tion company In Klamath Falls. All
bids to be mailed to Clayton Kirk at
Modoc Point, Oregon, or presented
to him In person prior to the above
time and date.
By ordor of SCHOOL BOARD.
District No. S3.
By CLAYTON KIRK,
So the sMrertlstng colums of
this newspsper bring to you the
news of commerce and Industry,
of merchandise and service.
Tho advertisements are the
shop-windows of the world's
wares, passed before your very
eyes, that you may look and
know where to get the full hun
dred cents worth of every
jiut)inrinsvviriTiTTTTririnrn'i 1 ' 1 1
want them to lay.
Ono 1015 Ford
Motor Just overhauled
Ono 1917 Ford Touring
Ono 1918 Ford Touring
Now Ford Speedster
now body, Just overhauled, one-man
top, ventilating windshield, new
Ono 1918 Ford Delivery ,
Al condition, now tires
Two 1918 Chorrolets
Ono 1920 Chevrolet
Ono Model 95 Overland
Demountable wheel sots at less
than now Ford wheels; centrifugal
water circulators that keop your mo
tor coql, and many other good things
tor your Ford.
KiaMATII KAI.IM AUTO CO
We novo on hand, bottto caps la-.
bled 'Tastourlzod Milk." Wn ro tin.!
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KLKEN MILK DAIRY
KL L. French
strayed to this place about onoi
month ago, one large, black brood
sow. Owner can hnvo samo by call-1
Ing at Knterprlso Ranch and paying
oxpenses. 20-22 '
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of Business .
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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
Do yoa read the advertisements
regularly every dayT
If not, you're overlooking the
best frlond of your pocketbookl
Take time to read the adver
The very advertisement yoa
miss may be the one that will
save you the most money and
time and disappointment.
the AdvertinmenU All of
Tho City Kngtneer, pursuant
Resolution or tno uoiiuiioii 1 uiincu town of Klnimim raus, un's".
heretofore adopted, having on tho' tml Nll, properly nbovo described
19th day of July, 11)20. filed plans, m ftmi hurnhy Is declined to biuas
specifications mid estimates or tho HOW,n for tho expense of said Im
cost of Improving the nlley passing proveiiieiit, mid ,
from nth to Oth Hln-ets. parallel jik it FURTHER It KHOLVKD.
with Main Street through Urn renter ( Monday, tho 23rd day of Aug
of lllork 37, original town of Kliim- tl jogo. ut Iho hour of 8 o'clock
ath Falls, Oregon, same being bound- ; m. at the council chamber of the
ed on tho northerly side by lots 5 to Common Council In the City Hall nl
14 Inclusfvo and on tho southerly Klamath Falls, Oregon, ha ftxod as
side by lots 1. 2. 3 nnd 4 of said the time and place for hearing ol
Block 37, nnd tho Council having" Jectlons and remonstrances against
takon tho samo under advisement ' tho said proposed Improvement mid
nnd finding snld plans, specifications the Police Judge he, and ho hereby
nnd estimates satisfactory. I Is directed to cnusn notice of said
UK IT HKItKIIY HKHOLVKD, that, hearing to bo published as by Uiar
said plans, specifications and ostl tor provided,
mates for the Improvement of saldt STATU OF OIIKOON. )
alley bo. and tliu same are hereby COUNTV OF KLAMATH, ss.
approved, and I CITY OF KLAMATH FALLS)
1IH IT FURTIIKIt lll.80I.VKD. I I. A. ST''ViVu !.,,?.
Hint tho Common Council hereby do-1 tho City of Klamath r a Is. Ores on.
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dares Its Intentlcn to Improvo snuru noraiiy com y - "- '.""
alloy In accordance with tho said
plans, poclllcatlnns and estimates,
said Improvements to consist of pav -
Ing said alley with bltullthle pavo-
mont nt an estimated cost of $1. -
065.00; oil ninrailum pavement at
an estimated cost ot $1,030.00 or
concrete pavement at an estimated
cost of $1407,00. said Improvement
In either uvont to Includo grading
nnd rolling suld alloy; said Improve
ment to bo K. feet wldo throughout
Its entire distant o. nnd
UK IT FURTHKR RK80LVKD
by the Common Council that the
property hereinafter described be,
Calt any hour day or night
for prompt service careful, po
lite, experienced drivers;, high
class touring cars for out ot
town trips, Baggage stored free
for 90 days Roasonablo rates
for city mid out of town trips.
Call us on phono 013 for prompt
CENTRAL AUTO SERVICE
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and tho samo hereby Is declared to
ho benefitted, to-wltt
Lot I, 8, .1, 4, G, 6,7, 8, , "i.11
in 11 ,i,i ii. of mock 87, orlKliml
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ton ndoptod by the Common Coun-
io'l ,on1t,,0ir-.T ''.I' f i.f.';!i...
declaring Its Intention of ''"Proving
1 ' " PBV,"' r",iB,i n,r,
I Streets, parallel with Main Street
' Hirun the center of Block 37. or
Iglnal town ot Klamath Falls, Ore
gon, and approving the plans, spnci
flrallons and estimates of cost sub
mitted by the City Knglneer.
A. I.. LKAV1TT.
Dated August 10, 1930, 12-23
f "SAY IT WITH I
Cut Flowers anil Plants In DUplay
at 1040 Mala St.
Hot Iloue Nrr MilU School
SOOTHING 'QUIETUDE FOR
. ITS PATIENTS
Is ono of any hospital's biggest assets
and tho location of thla hospital
makos It especially desirable frost
that viewpoint. Only abundantly
capable graduated nurses are em
ployed, and this fact, added to oar
unequalled staff ot physician and
excellent hospital equipment Insures
our patient unsurpassed service.
DR. E. D. JOHNSON
DR. O. II. MKRRYMAN
DR. T. C. CAMPBELL
DR. QEOROB I. WRIOIIT
DR. E. D. LAMB
DR. H. D. LLOYD STEWART
Dr. Maj lagsisuU sUwtaf
First National Bank Udlmg
of tia aad sheet troa wovfc,
Uiauag aad warm a
doae as the Bhaaaoa
Bhoa., Ho. IOM Mala
L. N. HAINES
KUmath'Bend Auto Stage
d",,lr "to stage service Is aow
operating between Klamath Falls
nm.-d' 0fflce R f d Met
Phone 276-W. tl-tt
Klamalb Dye Works
OUR CLEANING, PRRMDXQ AJfD
KEPADUNG WILL MAKE YOCR
LOOK UKE NEW
Goods Called for aad Dstlreeadl
441 Malst sKree Klamath Valla
Murphey Feed & Seed Store
124;So. 6i St.
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