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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 24, 1920)
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TOTMDAY, AtfOVflT M, II
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
HERALD'S CLASSIFIED COLUMN
1 FOR SALE Real Estate
FOR BALM Four room piMtorcd
houso. Call 1228 Oregon Ave. or
FOR 8ALK Houso and two lets:
$050; fJOO cash, balance $10.75
per month at C per cent Interest.
On pavement, street assessments all
paid. IiOt 89 X ICG: com fort ablo
3 room house, partly unfinished.
City water on lot. Would consider
light team, wagon, and harness tor
half cash payment. Address owner.
Box X, Herald oftlco. ,20-27
FOR SALE Hy owner, n coxy four
room houso on pared street, two
blocks from Main. Very reasonable.
N. 320 Btoventh 8t. 2J-28
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
FOR SALE A Homrfort range In
good condition; 150. Phono 4S0J.
FOR BALK A white Ivory wicker
baby boggy, S2C Mala 8t. Phono
FOR IMMEDIATE BALE A first
class ISIS six cylinder Reo; acces
sory 'addltloas; 11,500. A real bar
gain. Financial conditions forco
ale at once. Apply 305 Pine St.
FOR SALE Rooming home busl-
ncss, lease and furniture. Rest
location oa Mala St. Owner going
east. Phone S26J. 33-25
One 1920 Chevrolet touring car;
extra tire aad shock absorbers. A
real bargain at olght hundred and
One new Oldsmoblle, express body,
One new express body Hoffman
One used 4-cyllnder Stadebaker
One used Overland touring car.
WHITE PKL1CAN OARAGE
Mauser rifle, long range, calibre
7 M. M. Shoots 5 mites: shoots C
times; fine game gua. See gua at
Browne' Palat Store. 1029 Main St.
See Will Lane. 19-25
FOR SALE 1 Buicfc and see 7-pss-
enger Stadebaker. Imperial Gar-
WANTED To rent or lease 4 or 5
room untarnished modern bouse.
Lawrence K. Phelps, care Houston
WANTEaV T do dressmaking and
plain aewiac. Call at corner Ful
ton and Warden street. 21-28
WANTED A good girl or womaa
for general housework. Call at
Marshall House. 21-26
GREEN LUMBER OBADER Phone
Lamm Lumber Co., Modoc Point.
WANTED Mea with team to haul
dry lumber; 8 mile haul. Swan Lake
Lumber Co. 21-25
Ford car. See Wilt Lane about It
at Browne's Palat Store. 1029 Main
WANTED 2 newsboy at the Her
ald office. 17-tf
YARD FOREMAN For Heading.
Phone Lamm Lumber Co., Modoc
Point, Oregon. 23-28
CHIMNEY' SWiEEP Pipe and fur
nace cleaning; leaky roof re
paired. Do it now. Kennedy; phone
'ANYONE Who has a good dog he
would like to get rid of please com
municate with me. R. Wencel,
Klamath Fall. 23-25
Printing, Stationery sad office
applies. Pioneer Printing and Sta
tionery eeataeay. Ill Main Bt Ml
PHONE PEYTON tor wood 115
CITY OARBAOB When yon want
garbage removed call 19F-II.
FORWENT Oil LEASE
FOR RaTNT-larca nad-raom:
FOR RENT Now tore room, cor.
9th and Klamath Are. 65x108. J.
T. Ward Co.. 824 Main. 16-tt
NOTICE OF H.U.K OF IRRIGATION
NOTICK IS IIKRKDV OIVKN that
sealed proposals will bo rocelrod un
til tho 20th day' of September, A. D.
1920, at tho hour of two o'clock In
tho afternoon, for tho purchaso of
Two Hundred Thousand Dollar
(200,000.00) worth of bonds of tho
tangoll Valley Irrigation District of
Klamath County, Oregon. Said bonds
to draw Interest nt tho rato of six
per cent per annum, paabla semi
annually upon tho first day of July
and the first day of January of each
year until tho maturity of said bonds.
Scaled proposals win bo rccelvod
by tho Hoard 'of Directors of said
Irrigation District, and should bo di
rected to tho secretary of tho Lnn-
cell valley irrigation District, caro
of Ferguson. Flctchor ft Mifflin, No.
16 Loomls Dnlldlng, Klamath Falls
The Doard of Directors reserve
tho right to reject 'any or all bids
A. L. WISHARD.
Secretary of tho Doard of
Directors of Langelt Val
ley Irrigation District.
Because of the high cost of bottles
and labor, after September 1, 1920,
we will make no deliveries of milk
or cream whero there is no bottle
and ticket out for deliveries.
All tlcketa must bo paid for In ad
vance. Unused tickets will bo re
doomed. KLKEN MILK DAIRY
E. L. French. Prop.
MILK PRODUCERS' ASSN.
The Court Cafe opens Tuesday
morning under an. entirely new man
agement. Open at all hours. Home
XOTIUH TO SIIKKPMK.V
Haro two thousand tine wooled
yearling ewes for sale. Theso are
aro nil well bred Ramboulllcts. Al
io In the market for one to two
thousand old owev Address J. Sla
ter, Klamath Falls. Phone 380.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the County Ccurt of the State of
Oregon. for tho County of Klamath.
In the matter of the estate of
Hiram C. Chamberlln, deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the un
dorslgned, administratrix of tho es
tato of Hiram C. Chamberlln, de
ceased, to the. creditor of and all
person having claim against the
said deceased, to exhibit such claims,
with the necessary vouchers, within
six month after the first publication
of this notice, to the said administra
trix, at the office of Wilson 8. Wiley,
Attorney at Law. Odd Fellows' Build
ing, Klamath Fall. Oregon, which
said office the undersigned select
a her place of business In all mat
ter connected with the said estate of
Hiram C. Chamberlain, deceased.
First notice published 10th day of
August, 1S20. ,
LAURA E. CHAMBERLIN,
Administratrix of the Estate of
Hiram C. Chamberlln, deceased.
In the County Court of the State
of Oregon for Klamath County.
In the Matter of the Estate of
George C. Mitchell, Deceased.
To J. C. Mitchell. Ben C. Mitchell,
Gene Lemmon, J. B. Mitchell, Fleda
Morgan, Mary Ann Pitney, Inus Flan
agan, Myrta McFadden and A. M.
Collier, guardian ad litem of Garri
son Claude Mitchell, a Minor.
Qreeting, in the Name of the State
'You and each of you are hereby
cited to appear in the Court Room
of the above entitled court at the
County Court House at Klamath
rans, luamam county, uregon, at z
o'clock p. m. on September 18, 1920,
at the September term of this Court,
1920, not less than ton day after the
service of this citation upon you, to
show cause, if any exist, why this
court should not make an order to
sell, a prayed for in the petition,
filed herein, licensing and empower
ing Leslie Rogers, Administrator
with the will annexed of tho said
estate, to sell at private sale, upon"
the terms prescribed by the Court,
the following described land and
real estate, to wit:
Lot 4 In Block 84, in Klamath Ad
dition to Klamath Falls, Oregon, ac
cording to the duly recorded plat
thereof on file In the office of the
coanty clerk for Klamath County,
Oregon, together with the tenement,
hereditament, and appurtenance
thereto belonging or la any wise ap
This citation is issued pursuant to
an order of the above entitled Court
made and entered In the above en
titled estate and matter on the 7th
day of August, 1920.
C. R. DeLAP,
(SEAL) Connty Clerk.
Aag. 10-17-24-11-7 ,
A OUaaUed Ad wlU sell It
IT'S (IHANDMOTIIKH'S RECIPE TO
llltl.Ml HACK COLOR AND LUS-
. lilK TO IIAIU
That beautiful, oen shnde or dnrk,
glossy hair can only be had by brow
ing n mixture of Sage Tea and Sul
phur. Your hair Is your charm. It
makes or mars tho face. When It
fade, turns gray or streaked, just nn
application or to of Sago and Sul
phur enhances Its nppcaranco a hun
nVt bother to prepare tho mix
ture; you can get this famous old
recipe Improved by tho addition of
other Ingredients for GO cents a largo
bottle, all ready for use. It Is called
Wycth's Sage and Sulphur Compound.
This can always be depended upon to
bring back tho natural color and lus-
tro of your hair.
Everybody uses "WyethV Bag
and Sulphur Compound now because
It darkens so naturally and evenly
that nobody can tell It has been ap
plied. You simply dampen a sponge
or soft brush with it and draw this
through the hair, taking ono small
strand at a time; by morning the gray
hair has disappeared, and after an
other application It becomes bea tl
fully dark and appears glossy and lus
Strayed to my placo about a month
branded on lett shoulder WC. Also
uruwu imy auuui a years uiu, aau a
chunky bay hone 3 or 4 years old,
branded Inverted A. Owner may
havo same by paying for keep and
for this advertisement. Robert S.
Fry, next to Cofer Bros, brick yard.
A classified Ad will sell It.
My neighbor lets weeds grow in his garden, be lets his
house run down, and all his family look patched.
My neighbor decides many important things; and he Is
sure all things would be all right if they were done
My neighbor.decided long ago that advertising was waste;
that he would never read it because he did not want
any one to tell him what to buy.
My neighbor may be right. The moon may be made of
green cheese. But, as I see it,
My neighbor is no neighbor of mine ; he just lives next
door because he was born fifty years too late.
My neighbor spends as much money to live poorly as I do
to live well. As most of my money goes to meet living
expenses, I want all the good things it will bring me.
Advertisements toll mo all about
these good things. Advertisements
give mo tho opportunity to compare
all varieties of tho thing I would
buy. Advertisements help mo pick
tho best for my purpose and my
Ono 1915 Ford
Motor Just otortmuted
Ono 1917 Ford Touring
Ono 19 IS Ford Touring
Now Ford Hpoudstor
now body, Just overhauled, ouc-mnn
top, vontllntlng windshield, now
Ono 1918 Ford Delivery
Al condition, new tires
Two 1918 Choroids
One 1920 Chevrolet
Model 95 Overland
Demountable wheel seta at
. ...,., . ,. .,
than now Jord wheels; centrifugal'
water circulators that keep your mo-i
tor cool, and many other good things
for your Ford.
KLAMATH KALI4 AUTO CO.
NOTICE TO IilDDKRM
Bids will bo rocolrcd until alx
o'clock P. M August 2G, for the
erection of a now schoolbouse, to bo
built nbout two miles north of tho
railroad crossing at Modoc Point.
Bids to covor tho furnishing of all
may bo obtained at tho office of tho
Sawmill Engineering and Construc
tion company In Klamath Falls. All
bids to bo mailed to Clayton Kirk nt
Modoc Point, Oregon, or presented
to him In person prior to tho abovo
llmo and Unto.
By ordor of SCHOOL BOARD.
District No. 53.
By CLAYTON KIRK.
I will not argue with my neighbor.
Ho may bo right; but, personally, I
would rather be mysolf than be my
I know reading advertisements
saves money for me.
. . I Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, B. A, 7, 8, , 10, 11,
Tho City Knginror. pursuant to, 13, m u, n, 0f lllock !I7, original
Resolution of thn Common Council tllw f idunmlh Falls, Oregon, mid
heretofore adopted, liu InK itt tho' nmt nn, properly tihovo described
19lh day of July. t20, filed iiluuit.i M, and hereby Is declared to lio as
specification and estimate of tho' vtmw for tho expense of said Im
cost of Improving tho alley passing lirovomont, mid
from Bth to ath Strwts, parallel nil n KUHTimil U KHOI.VHI),
with Main Street through the renter Hint Monday, tho 23rd day of Aug
of lllock 37, original town of Klutn- ,,t, 1020, at tint hour or 8 o'clock
nth Falls, Oregon, same holng bound-, j, jj, t tho council rhstnhers of tho
eil on tho northerly sldo hy lots 5 to Common Council In tho City Hall nt
14 Inclusive nnd on tho southerly! Klamath Falls. Oregon, lio fixed 11
sldo by lots 1, 3. 3 and 4 of said 'tho (lino and place fur hearing oh
lllock 37, nnd tho Council hnlnx Joctlotm and remonstrances against
takon tho snnio under advisement th mild proposed Improvement nnd
and finding said plans, npetlflcntlon .tho Police JiuIrh he. and ho hereby
and estimates satisfactory, Is directed to cause notion of said
III! IT HEREBY RESOLVED, that, hearing to ha published as by Char
said plans, specifications and estl- ter provided,
mates' for the Improvement or snld,HTATi: OF ORKtION, )
alloy be, and the somo nro hereby COUNTY OF KLAMATH. )ss.
approved, and ICITY OF KLAMATH FALLS )
BEIT FURTHER RESOLVED, I I. A. I Unvlll. Police Judge of
that tho Common Council hereby ,o- mo uiiy 01 "amain '
claros Its Intentlcn to Improve nld'lo l'rbr certify thnt tho foregoing
nllnv In nrmr.lnni-., ullh Mm anlri.ls n duly Olirollod Ctipy Of a rvsolU-
plans, specification and estimates,
said Improvement to consist of pav
ing said alley with bllullthlc pave
ment nt nn estimated cost of f 1,
665.00; oil macadam pavement at
an estimated cost of 11,030.00
concreto pavement nt nn estimated
cost of 147,00, said Improvement
In either event to Include grading
.and rolling said alloy; said Improve-
"lent to be 15 feet wdo throughout
nn tenure uiainiiMi. niiu
y lT FURTHER RESOLVED
by the Common Council that the
Property hereinafter deecrlbed be,
Call us any hour day or night
for prompt service, careful, po
lite, experienced drivers; high
class touring cars for out of
town trips Ilaggaga stored fren
for 90 days. Reasonable rate
for city and out of town trips.
Call us 011 phono 513 for prompt
CENTRAL AUTO SERYICE
mid tho sumo hereby Is declared to
I., i lutnnfltlml. to. vll!
Hon adopted by tho Common Coun
cil on the day of July, 1030,
doclarlng II Intention of Improving
the alley passing from 5th to 0th
Streets. Karaite! with Main Street
through tho center of Block 37, or-
iKllliil town or mamain rnus, urn
gon, and approving tho plans, speci
fications and estimates of rust suu-
milted by tho 1'lty Engineer.
Al L. LEAVITT.
Dated August 10, 1920. 13-33
"SAY IT WITH
Cut Flower anil Plant In Display
al 1040 Mala Hi.
Hot llouMi Nor MIIU Kcliool
SOOTHING QUIETUDE FOR
Is ono of any hospital's biggest asset
and thn (oration of this hospital
makes It especially deslrabl from
that viewpoint. Only abundantly
capable graduated nurses are em
ployed, and Ibis fact, added to oar
unequalled staff of physicians and
excellent hospital equipment Insure
our patients unsurpassed service.
DR. E. D. JOIIN80N
DR. O. II. MEKRYMAN
DR. T. C. CAMPBELL
DR. OEOROE I. WRIOIIT
DR. E. D. LAMB
DR. II. D. LLOYD STEWART
Dr. tcaael lacetaaU aUwIew
Flrat National Bank Balldtaf
Batraace, Room I
of tla aa4 sheet Iron watte,
UlaUac and warm afar
Oone at taw Shannon naaxntag
Shon. No. 10M Mala ,
KUmatlvBcnd Auto Stag
A dally auto ataca annrfea fa
operating between Klamath Fall
and Bend. Office Res cafe aad MeU
ropolltan Oarage, o. I. Reekard.
Phone 276-W. m..
Klamath Dye Works
OCR CLEANING, PRasWINQ AND
REPAIRING WOl MAKE TOUR
LOOK LIKE NEW
Oaeda Cedsed for and DaUvereA
ill Main Street aUasaatk Valla
If you want titucpt to lay.
Buy your I tidrotti
Murphey Feed & Seed Store
124iSt 6tk St,
Feed Your Chickens