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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 26, 1920)
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THURSDAY-, AUOUHT M, I MO
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
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HERALD'S CLASSIFIED COLUMN
FOR SALE Real Estate
STEP LIVELY And look nt this
12,606. A Reed homo In tho Hot
Springs Addition; tot 50 X 140: n
largo gnrago and other outbuildings;
ifinn rn.h mill SCO nor month. lm-
modlato possession; you cannot beat
$36,000 A rino business block on
Main; paying a high rnto ot Inter
est; In center ot town.
SOMR ClOOl) LOTS $10 cash; 10
A. A. nELLMAN A CO.
466 Main St.
11,000.01 will mako tho first pay
ment on a good 10-room houso,
well located; total purchase price
15,000. 00 and worth more.
CHILCOTE ft SMITH
FOR SAWS Improved lot "5 X
97 H. Neb Hill. Ideal location.
Close In. Snap. See 100S Main St.
FOR SAMS Well built, modern 9
room houso on paved street, closo
In, finest view In city. Oood Incomo
from apartment and bed rooms, be
sides owner's apartment. Might sell
furnished. Terr reasonable. Call
at 634 N. ltd St. 25-31
RANCH FOR 8ALE Walton ranch.
U mile south ot Altamont cor
ners. Rest ranch In county. Frank
Moorland, Merrill route. Phono
FOR 8ALH OR RENT 5 room
house. Apply 111 Pine St.
FOR SAM? House and two lots;
1650; 1300 cash, balanco $10.75
per month at 6 per cent Interest.
On pavement, street assessments all
paid. Lot 89, X 165: comfortable
3 room bouse, partly unfinished.
City water on lot. Would consider
light team, wagon, and harness tor
halt cash payment. Address owner.
Box X, Herald office. 20-27
$1,400 will bay a 4-room house and
120 X ISO ft. In Mills Addition;
13 bearing fruit trees; good garden
spot; $401.90 cash, balanco monthly
CHILCOTE ft SMITH
FOR SALE By owner, a cosy four
room aaase on paved street, two
blocks treat Mala, Very reasonable.
N. 320 HtniUSt 11-28
FOR SALE Miaceuaou
FOR BALIS Two good delivery
wagons. Bargain If taken at once.
Klamath lee ft Storage Co. 25-27
FOR SALB Six Jersey cows, three
Just fresh; others coming fresh soon.
All good whiter milkers. See L. Sut
ton ranch, first boase across R. R."
track tress Miller Hill school.
FOR SALB -tnemtsb , giant rabbits.
Phone 36S. 25-30
FOR SALB A white Ivory wicker
. baby waggy, 526 Main St. Phono
FOR SALB 30 Winchester rifle
long octagon barrel, full magazine,
donble Deep sights, fine condition.
A bargain. (84 N. 8th St 15-28
FOR IMMEDIATE SALE A first
class ltt alx cylinder Reo; acces
sory adaKloas; II.G66. A real bar
gain. Finaaclal conditions torso
sale at onoe. Apply 305 Pine St.
One 130 Chevrolet touring car;
extra tire and shock absorbers. A
real 'bargain at eight hundred and
One new Oldsmoblle, express body,
One new express body Hoffman
One used 4-cyllnder Btudebaker
One used Overland touring car.
WHITE PELICAN GARAGE
CHAMBER MAID Wanted at Hotel
CONTRACT TO HAUL LOOS 8
miles from Klamath Falls; mile
and' halt haul! roads Al; good price
paid. Inquire at tho Smoke. H. J.
(WANTED Man or woman to assist
cook la Umber camp; salary. f0.
Phone 681W. 36-17
GIRL, 10 Wants to work (or board
' and go to school. Box Si, post-
awpBRIasNGED Hand ironer want'
fid. Ffaeh Hud Lauadrr. 123
"WANTED To rent or leaso 4 or 5
room unfurnished modern house.
Iawrenco K. l'helps, enro Houston
& Phelps. 23tf
WANTKD TO TUADB 5 passenger
I Overland In good running order
'for a Ford delivery truck up to 4
ton. Telophono 456W, or call 310
.South 5th St. after 6 P. M. 25-27
CIRKKN LUMBER GRADER Phono
I.amm Lumber Co., Modoe Point.
WANTED 2 newsboys nt tho Her
ald ofrtco. 27-tf
YARD FOREMAN For Heading.
Phono Lamm Lumber Co., Modoc
Point, Oregon. 23-28
WANTED A good girl or woman
for general housowork. Call at
Marshall Houso. 31-26
FOR RENT OR LEASE
FOR RENT Furnished bed room
(clean) for ono or two gcntlomen.
634 N. 8th St. 25-26
FOR RENT Largo bed-room: 227
Third St. at Jeftorson St. Phono
FOR RENT New store room. cor.
9th and Klamath Ave. 65x108. J.
T. Ward ft Co.. 834 Main. 15-tt
UNEXPECTEDLY called to the coun
try for short time. Cannot do sew
ing till I return. Will then put no
tice again In Herald. Corner Fulton
ft Wordcn. 24-28
CHIMNET SWEEP Pipe and fur
nace cleaning; leaky roots re
paired. Do It now. Kennedy; phono
Printing. Stationery and oftle
supplies. Pioneer Printing and Sta
tionery company. 12C Main St 9-tt
PHONE PEYTON for wood 635
CITY GARBAGE When yon want
garbage removed call 10F-23.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Between Fort Klamath and
Klamath Falls, on west side ot
take, a brown leather hand bag con
taining French passport and chauf
feur's license for 1919. Finder
please return to J. A. Gordon, White
Pelican Garage. Liberal reward.
1 A handsome memorial tablet in
memory ot Lucy Webb Hayes, wife
of President Rntberford D. Hayes,
Is to be erected In the Hayes Memo
rial at Fremont, Ohio, by the Na
tional W. C. T. U.
A Classified Ad will Mil It.
SALE OF TIMBER
KLAMATH INDIA RESERVATION
LITTLE BPRAGUE UNIT
8ealed bids In duplicate, marked
outside "Bid Little Bprague Unit,"
and addressed to the "Superintend
ent, Klamath Indian School, Klamath
Agency, Oregon," will be received
until 2:00 o'clock P. M.. Pacific
time, Wednesday, October 27, 1920,
for the purchase of the merchantable
timber on about 3,600 acres on
Bprague River in townships 34 and
35 South, Range 8East, Willamette
Meridian. This unit Is estimated at
40,000,000 feet B. M mostly west
ern yellow pine of which about
5,000,000 feet Is on about 480 acres
of approved allotments, and as to
which separato approved contracts
with the Indian owners may prob
ably be made. No bid will be ac
cepted for less than J'4.00 for yel
low and sugar plt.o and incense
cedar, and 11.60 for other species
during the period of tho contract
ending March 31, 1934. Prices sub
sequent to that date will be fixed by
the Commissioner of Indian Affairs
for tbroo-ycar periods. Each bid
must state the rate per M that will
be paid for each kind ot timber dur
ing the first contract period ending
March 31, 1924, and must bo ac
companied by a certified check on a
solvent National Bank drawn in fa
vor of the Superintendent ot the
Klamath Indian School In the amount
of 110,000.00. The deposit will be
returned to unsuccessful niaaers, dui
retalnod as liquidated damages If
the successful bidder shall fall to
execute contract and furnish satis
factory' bond for $15,000.00 within
60 days from the acceptance ot his
bid. The right is reserved to waive
technical defects and to reject any
or all bids. For copies of contract,
regulations, fuller description of tha
area, and other Information, apply
to the Superintendent ot the Klam
ath Indian School, Klamath Agency,
Washington, o. o., August 10,
1110 DH JANEIRO. Aug. "26, (lly
Mall) Increased nnd Improved pro
duction ot cotton especially In north
'enstorn llraxll, n great potential pro
ducing center which Is nt prosont
iutto undeveloped. Is thu object ot
n Cotton Service lturcnii recently es
tablished by presidential decree.
The bureau will InvesllKntu tho
Properties of the soil nnd climatic
! conditions, and establish experimen
tal stations to study tho clulturo ot
cotton nnd preventative) measure
again pests and plant diseases,
Planters In the cotton zones wilt be
provided with machinery, Imple
ments and fertilizer nt cott prices,
nnd establishments will bo Installed
for preparing cotton for the market.
A representative ot tho big Eng
lish cotton comblno Is now In the
northern states making a special
study ot conditions.
BY SINN FEINERS
MONAOHAN, Ireland. Aug. 10,
ry Mali). What Is believed to bo
tho first case of "sedition" against
the Irish republic to come beforo a
Sinn Fein court has been settled
A farmer who had been fined by a
Sinn Fein court declined to pay nnd
kvhon visited by volunteers ho pro
duced n pitch fork nnd shouted "To
I with tho rotten Republican
I The volunteers left, but later the
farmer was arrested on a charge of
sedition and compelled to pay n big
gur flno nnd apologize.
An eminent professor recontly
stated that It was possible to length
en one's life nnd Improvo thu general
health merely by tiptoeing for a few
minutes every day.
Cheer up. boyst It you can hang
on a while longer, may bo you will be
nominated for tho presidency.
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My neighbor lets weeds grow in his garden, he 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 tell mo all about
theso good things. Advertisements
give mo the opportunity to compare
all varieties ot the things I would
buy. Advertisements help me pick
the best for my purpose and my
One 1015 Kurd
Motor Just ovorlmulod
Ono 1917 Ford Touring
One 1918 Ford Touring
Now Ford Speedster
now body, jurjt overhauled, one-man
top, vuntllnlliiK windshield, now
Ono 1913 Ford Delivery
- At condition, now tires
Two 1918 Chovrolots
Ono 1920 Chovrolot
Ono Model 95 Overland
Demountable wheel sots at less
than now Ford wheels; centrifugal
water circulators that keep your mo
tor coot, and many other good things
tor your Ford.
KliAMATII FAI.KS AUTO CO.
J 157 Main
THIS IS THE lilXSON't INSURE
"Ten Thousand Dollar Hay Crop
Ilurned; No Insurnnco."
How often you hnvo read head
lines llko tho abovo. Do thoy mean
an) thing to you! Dn not Instances
llko this tench you tho value of pro
tection tho necessity for adequate
ly Insuring your crop ns a safe
guard for you and your dependents!
Fires start easily, especially In hny
stacks, nnd thoy nro Impossible to
quonch after thoy have mado the
slightest headway. Is your hay In
sured? It not, see me, and let mu
company In oxlstenco. Jos. Drls
coll. Room 4, Loomls Dldg., City.
I will not argue with my neighbor.
Ho may bo right; but, personally, I
would rather bo mysolf than bo my
I know roadlng advertisements
saves money for mo.
729 Mali) III.
Aluutt K MimmIo), Piiips.
t'lgiitN, ToIiiuto, Sitfi llilnln,
Peel mill llllllmil
Harbor Bluip In ' mu'illoit
"(iurteiy null Sen Ire"
xoTion to hiii:i:ime.v
lluvo two thousand tine wooled
yearling owes for sale. These, am
uro alt well hroil Itnmboulllets. Al
ba In the market for one to two
thousand old ies. Address J, Sin
ter. Klamath Falls. Phone 3X0.
Some ono In Washington has fig
ured out that during the current fis
cal year It will cost $47.00 pur cnpltn
to run the government. Wonder
how much It cost lu find nut how
much It cost?
Aches, pains, nervousness, dlffi
' culty in urinating, often mean
serious disorders. Tho world's
stundar.t remedy for kidney, liver,
bladder nnd uric acid troubles
bring quick ralltf and oftsn wsrd off
dudly ditMits. Known as in luiioiut
rsmsdy v( Holland (or mora than 200
yssrs. All druggists, la lht slits.
Lm for Um mm CU Mll m ? U.
MS 4 IwlUll
Coll ns any hour day or night
fur prompt service, careful, po
lite, experienced drivers; hlgll
class louring cars for out of
town trips, llnggiigo stored free
for 90 days, lleasonnblit rates
for city nnd out of town trips.
Call us on phono 513 for prompt
CENTRAL AUTO SERVICE
Hlrayed to my place about n month
ago, a bay maru 8 or 10 years old,
branded on left shoulder WU. Also
brown filly about 3 years old, and a
chunky bay horse 3 or 4 years old,
branded Inverted A. Owner mny
have samn by paying for keep and
for this ndverllsemimt. Robort B.
Fry, next to Cofor Uros. brick yard.
Three store, nil paying.
Location Al. Must sell
owing to other business.
See 1008 Main St.
"SAY IT WITH
Cut Flowers and Plants In Display
at 1040 Main Hi.
Hot House Near MIIU School
SOOTHING QUIETUDE FOR
Is one of any hospital's biggest assets
and tho (oration ot this hospital
makes It especially dvslrable froza
that viewpoint. Only abundantly
capablo graduated nurses are em
ployed, and 'this fact, added to oar
unequalled staff of physicians and
excellent hospital equipment Insures
our patients unsurpassed service.
DR. E. D. JOHNSON
DR. O. II. MERRYMAN
DR. T. C. CAMPBELL
DR. OEOROB I. WRIGHT
DR. K. D. LAMB
DR. II. D. LLOYD STEWART
Dr. Mas lagwaaU aUwlay
First Natloaal Bank Batldtag
of tla and sheet troa warfc,
UlaUag aad wans air
doaa at the Hhaaaoa Pit
Shop. No. 10M Mala ,
L. N. HAINES
KUmath-Bend Auto Stag
A dally auto stage service Is bow
operating between Klamath Fall
and Bend. Offices Rex cafe and Met
ropolitan Oarage. O. I. Reckard.
Phone 276-W. 7.
Klamath Dye Works
OUR CLBAN1NO, PtUMUNG AND
aUPATJUNO Willi MAKM TOUR
LOOK LIKE NEW
Go Mei far at BaUrerai
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all Mala sMrafc KUawHi Fall
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