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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 28, 1920)
BATUItDAV, AUGUST M, J 1)20
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
HERALD'S CLASSIFIED COLUMNS
FOR SALE Real Estate
5h school. Innulro J"(t. Ward & Co., S34 Main. 16-tt
FOR BALI 1 Improved lot 7C X
97 U. Nob Htll. Ideal location.
Closo In. Snnp. Sco 1008 Main St.
FOR SALE Well liullt. modorn 9
room liouso on raved street, closo
in, flncit vlow In city. Good Incomo
from apartment and bed rooms, bo
aides owner's apartment. Might fell
furnished. Very; reasonable. Call
at 634 N. 8th Bt. 25-31
FOIt BALK Good houso on parod
strcot, 83 per month Incomo be
sides a nlco place for family to live.
Frlco $4;S00. Robt. 8. Fry. phono
601J. 136T Esplanado. 37-30
t FOR BALK By owner, a coxy four
room houso on paved street, two
blocks from Mala. Very reasonable.
N. 330 Eleventh. St. S3-I8
FOR SALE Misceuaneout
FOR SALE Round oak dining
tablo; ire bed and springs, 3-4
alio; oak dresser. 111 Bast St.
FOR SALE-riemlsh giant rabbits.
Phone .35. 35-30
PIANO FOR 8ALE 1350 cash. Call
FOR SALB A whtto Ivory wicker
baby buggy, C26 Main St. Phone
FOR SALB 6-foot binder, first
class coadltloa; cat about 30
acres. Frank Zumpte, Malln.
FOR SALB 30 Wlnrht-r rifle
long octagoa barrel, full magaxlno,
doublo peep sights, fine condition.
A bargala. 634 N. 8th St. 25-28
One 112 Chevrolet touring car:
extra tiro and shock absorbers. A
real bargain at olght hundred and
fifty dollars. f
ONE FOUR HORSE Team, harness
and wagon; three colts. Will sell
for $400.00. Inquire at camp ground
y O. K. bars. 27-30
One new Oldsmoblle, express boay,
One new express body Hoffman
One used 4-eylInder Studobaker
One used Overland tonrlng car.
WHITE PELICAN GARAGE
WANTED A Urge kitchen cup
board. Address Bos 314, Herald
CONTRACT TO HAUL LOOS
miles front Klamath Falls; mile
and half haul; roads Al; good price
paid. Inaulre at the Smoke. E. J.
WANTED Woman cook for ranch,
Good wages. Address Box 7, Mer
rill. Oregon. . 17-S
EXPERIENCED Hand Ironer want
ed. French Hand Laundry, 123
N. 4th St. 24tf
WANTED To rent or lease 4 or C
room unfurnished modorn house.
Lawrence K. Phelps, care Houston
WANTED By September 1, two
housekeeping rooms. A. B. Jones,
care California-Oregon Power Co.
'WANTED 3 aowsboys at the Her
ald office. 3T-tf
-GREEN LUMBER GRADER Phone
Lamm Lumber Co., Modoe Point.
TARD FOREMAN For Beading.
Phone Lamm Lumber Co., Modoe
'Point, Oregon. 33-38
STRAYED Red bull, brand FV on
left hip. Mark crop of both, ears
nnderblt In left. Please notify
Frank Van Sokotack, Merrill, Ore.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Com
plete vulcanising plant for sale, In
cluding stock. A gold mine for a
hastier. Reason for selling, other In
terests. Box KL Herald. 36-28
CITY GARBAGE When you want
garbage removed call 10F-23.
FOR RENT OR LEASE
UNEXPIXTEDLY called to tho coun
try (or short time. Cannot do sow
ing till I return. Will then put no
tlco again In Herald. Corner Fulton
& Worden, 24-2S
CHIMNEY SWEEP Pipe nnd fur
nace cleaning; leaky roots re
paired. Do It now. Konncdy; phono
Printing, Stationery and office
supplies. Vloncer Printing and Stiv
tlonory company. 126 Main St. 9-tf
PHONE PEYTON for wood 535
A thoroughly equipped Institution
affording unexcelled facilities for the
scientific treatment by hospital meth
ods of medical, surgical and obstet
The new and modern flroproot build
ing -contains prtvato rooms for bed
and ambulatrfry cases, completed
equipped examination and treatment
rooms, Roontgen Ray, clinical and
WARREN HUNT, M. D.
L. L. TRUAX, M. D.
QEO.. MASSEY. M. D.
FOURTH AND PINE 8T8.,
KLAMATH FALLS. ORE.
.NOTICE OF SALE OP IRRIGATION
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
sealed, proposals will be received un
til the 30lh day of September. A. D.
1930, at the hour of two o'clock In
the afternoon, for the purchase of
Two Hundred Thousand Dollars
(200,000.00) worth of bonds of the
Langoll Valley Irrigation District of
Klamath County, Oregon. Said bonds
to draw Interest at the rate of six
per cent per annum, payable semi
annually upon the first dsy of July
and the first day of January of each
year until the maturity of said bonds.
Sealed proposals will be received
by the Board of Directors of said
Irrigation District, and should be di
rected to the secretary of the Lan
gell Yalloy Irrigation District, care
of. Ferguson. Fletcher Mifflin, No.
16 Loomls Building, Klamath Falls
The Board of Directors reserve
the right to reject any or all bids
A. L. WISHARD,
Secretary of the Board of
Directors of Langell Val
ley Irrigation District.
Because of the high cost of bottles
and labor, after September 1, 1930,
we will make no deliveries of milk
or cream where there is no bottle
and ticket out for deliveries.
All tickets must be paid for In ad
vance. Unused tickets will b re
KLEEN MILK DAIRY
E. L. French, Prop.
MILK PRODfTCnRB' ASSN.
Drink Hot Water
in the Morning
Wash away all stomach, liver,
and bowsl poisons before
To fool your best day in and day
out, to feel clean Inside; no sour bile
to coat your tongue nnd sicken your
breath or dull your head; no consti
pation, bilious attacks, sick headache,
colds, rheumatism or gassy, acid
stomach, you must bathe on the in
side like you bathe outside. This Is
vastlyy more Important, because the
skin pores do not absorb Impurities
Into the blood, while the bowel pores
To keep these poisons and toxins
woll flushed from the stomach, liver,
kidneys and bowels, drink before
breakfast each day, a glass of bot
water with a teaspoonful of lime
stone phosphate (a It. This will
cleanse, purify, and freshen the en
tire alimentary tract before eating
Get a Quarter pound of limestone
phosphate from your pharmacist. It
is inexpensive and almost tasteless.
Drink phosohated hot water every
morning to rid your system of these
vile poisons and toxins; also to pre
vent their formation.
9E TEA KEEPS
WHEN MIXED WITH SULPHUR TO
lli:iN(!S ll.Xt'K ITS IIEAETIKUI.
Ll'STHE AT O.NCE
Gray hair, howeor hnndsomo, do
notes advancing ngc. Wo nil know the
advantages of n youthful nppenrnuco.
Your linlr Is )our charm. It make or
mars tho face. When It fades, turns
gray nnd looks streaked, Just n fow
nppllratlonii of Sago Tea and Sulphur
enhances Its appearance a hundred
fold. Don't stay gray! Look young!
Either prcparo tho reclpo nt homo or
get from any drug store a S0-ccnt bot
tlo of "Wjoth's Sago and Sulphur
Compound',' which Is tuoroly tho old
time recipe Improved by tho addition
of other Ingredients. Thousands of
folks recommend this ready-to-use
preparation, becauso It dnrkona the
hair beautifully, besides no ono ca.n
possibly tell, as It darkens so natur
ally and evenly. You moisten a
sponge or soft brush with It, drawing
this through the hair, taking one
small strand at a time. By morning
the gray hair disappears; after an
other application or two, Its natural
color is restored and it becomes thick,
glossy and lustrous, and you appear
Two complete matinees every af
ternoon at tho Liberty, starting at,
1:30 and 3:10.
The ctraordloar ruin hats worn
by tho country women of Korea are
often moor than scrcn feet long by
five feet broad, and fully protect
the wcaror from a wetting. They
aro mado from a combination of
thickly-woven horse hair nnd a very
tough, fibrous plant that grows In
My neighbor lets weeds grow in his garden, he lets his
house rua 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.
Advertlsomonts toll me all about
these good things. Advertisements
give me the opportunity to compare
all'varletles of tho things I would
buy. Advertisements help me pick
the best for my purpose and my
Ono 10 in Pord
Motor Junt ouirlmuled
Ono 1017 lord Touring
t good condition
Ono 191S Pord Touring
New Ford Speudntor
now body, Junt morhnuled, onu-ninn
top, ventilating windshield, nuw
Ono 1918 Ford Delivery
Al condition, new tiros
Two 1918 Chovrolnta
Ono 1920 Chevrolet
Ono Model 95 Overland
Demountable wheel sets at torn
than now Ford whcols; centrifugal
water circulators that keop your mo
tor coot, and many other good things
for your Ford.
KLAMATH FAI.I.H AUTO CO.
THIS IS Till'. LESSON: INSURE
"Ton Thousand Dollar Hay Crop
Burned; No Insurance"
How often you have road head
Unci llko tho abovo. Do thoy mean
anything to you? Do not Instances
like this teach you Hie value of pro
tection tho nocosslty for adequate
ly Insuring your crop as a safe
guard for you and your dependents?
Fires start easily, especially In hay
stacks, nnd thoy aro Impossible to
quench attor thoy havo finite tho
slightest headway. Is your hay In
sured? If not, see mo, and let ma
company In existence Jas. Oris
coll, Room 4, Loomls Illdg., City.
I will not argue with my nolghbor.
Ho may bo right; but, personally, I
would rather be1 myself than be my
I know reading advertisements
saves money for me.
720 Main Ht.
Aliititt ,t Moodej, I'mpt.
Clliuih, TiiIiiuto, Soft IIiIiiUn,
1'ikiI mill llllllmiN
Ilnrlicr Shop In C nnertlon
't'ouitey mill Ki'iWrc"
Thoro will bo n special mooting of
Klaiuntli l.odgo No. 77, A. I'M
A, M. on Mondny oumlnit, August
30, for tho purpoio of work in mo
M. M. degree.
Ily order of tho W. M.
C. C. CIIITWOOD, Boo.
NOTICE TO SHEEPMEN
llao two thousand fine wnoled
yearling uweM for sale. These, aro
u ro nil welt bred ftnmtioulltols. Al
o In tho market for ono to two
thousand old ewes. Address J, Sla
ter, Klamath Palls. Phono 380.
Two complete matinees every af
ternoon ut tho Liberty, starting nt
1:30 nnd 3-30.
'AND SOME HAY WirLli RUN
AWAY AND Gin MARRIED"
Wo wonder If jou, reador, ever
aid this So soma tlttto girl, ur lmd It
sild In Jim Nellie and Jlmmle are
Junt like nil first lovers oven ns you
and I. Wu will see each other In them
We'll laugh at them we'll sorrow
with them we'll thrill with them
because they'ro human thoy'ro ust
(Irinith, thb muster, has made them
so In "Tho Greatest Quoitlnn " At
the Star theater Sunday nnd Monday.
Cull ik nny hour day or tiinlit
for tuumpl Hurylrn, earofiil, po
lite, experienced drivers; digit
clinw touring nirs for out of
town trip. lliiKgago stored froo
for 90 dii)n. Iteiinoiiiililn intim
for elly mid out of (own trips.
Cull us on phono 513 for prompt
CENTRAL AUTO SERVICE
Htriood to my ptaro ntiont a month
ago, n bay innro 8 or 10 years old,
liriillded on left shoulder WU, Also
brown filly about 3 years old, nnd a
chunky liny horse 3 or 4 years old,
branded Inverted A. Ownor limy
hnvo same by paying tor keep and
for this ndvortlieuiimt. Robert H.
Fry, next to Outer Bros, brick yard.
Three stores, nil paying.
Location Al. Must sell
owing to other business.
See 1008 Main St
"SAY IT WITH
Cut ritmrrs anil Plants In llUplity
at 1040 Main M.
1 Hot House Near Mills School
SOOTHING QUIETUDE FOR
Is ono of any hospital's biggest assets
and tho location of this hospital
makes It especially drilrablo from
that viewpoint. Only abuftlantly
capablo graduated nurses are em
ployed, and this fact, added to our
unoiualled staff of physicians and
excellent hospital eiiulpment Insures
our patlonts unsurpassed service.
Dll. E. D. JOHNSON
nn. a. it. meiiuyman
Dll. T. C. CAMPBELL
nn. aKoitaB i. wuiqiit
DR. E. D. LAMB
DR. II. D. LLOYD STEWART
Dr. Mead UgersoU aUwley
First National Bank Balldlaf
of tin and sheet Iron work, tea.
tllaring and warm air acatlag
dona at the Hiiunnua Planning
Shop, No. 1038 Mala Bt.
L. N. HAINES
KUmath-Bend Auto Stag
A dallr anto atna spi i. ...
OOaratlnc halanam VI..1V m.,,.
and Bend. Ofllcos Rex cafe and Met
ropolitan Oarngo. O. I. Reokard.
Phone 178-W. ir-tf
Klamath Dye Works
OUR CLEANINO, PRMMfNQ AND
RBPAHtlNQ WnTJj MAKM YOUR
LOOK LIKE NEW
Ooods Called for and Delivered
4.11 Main Street Klamath Fall
Murphey Feed & Seed Store
124So. 6th St.
I. CCU lUUI vllllllvllu Buy your feedfrom
HjJ Venn rL!af.lri.tto If you want them to lay.