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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 31, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
WS CLASSIFIED COLUMNSWORLD WANTS
FOR SALE RmI Estate
WOtl SAL WM balst, modern
room keaae est pared street, dote
la, finest .View I ally. OmI moome
' from apartmaat art had neau, be
Mm ewaWa apartmaat Mlf fct cell
furnished. fnr rMaoaakle. OMI
at 634 K. 6th St. Ii-31
Juit tke thing for a drayage basl
bom or far hauttag farm produce;
lour intli. PaeumaUc Uraa.
one to two taaa capacity. Must aoll
or, trade. Marl Shepherd atuilo
FOR SALE MbcelUBecMU
One Srat dm Underwood type
writer tor sale, alar take your
choice ot several wa have la office.
IWe need aae wide carriage Uader
wood, Kiamau caaatr Abstrsci uo
For sale, alack Pereheroa atalllon;
la gentle; wM work aar place aad ia
a trae patter. Suitable for logging
work. WM he aeld cheaply. Bdward
Freuer, Sevea Sprang Raaca, 8. Pao
Oaa l 4iaralet taurtac ear;
catra Ura aad shack absorbers. A
real bsxaaisLat eight huadred aad
1 . CaeNTRAL OARAOB
iJ r Jl.ll
FOR SALS I Wedgewood Range.
almoet aew. Aaa laarlag town aad
will sell at aacriace. Call at house
No. 7, Pelicaa Bay. 30-1
FOR SALE Remington automatic
1 rifle, IS-3I; apodal aighU aad
aUag. High" grada sleeping bag;
two Marble amatlag axea. Iaqnlra
No. 1, Leeeals Balldtag. 38-1
FOR BAUS One braad new 5-toa
Bloggmg trailer. See Max Weiss.
9th St., aear Hwaaaa Box Co. 30-tt
One aew Oldsssobtle. express body.
1-4-toa traak.'. - r
Oaa aew tmprsas body Hotmaa
I iiMiIm tm ianefcT
Over. toariag car.
WANTED IS jaea far Highway
work. $. per day aad ap. Ap
ply Pelleaa Bay Boarding House.
WANTBD I wonaea
work. Waste Laach.
Liaa ea year Jets fa the wla'
We need tweatjt asea now. O...J
wages. Bight hours; steady work
BIO LAKES BOX CO.
WANTED PosUloa as steaograaher
ezperleaoed la legal aad Insur
ance work, bos iaa, r. u. as-i-
W ANTED TO BUT at odara koaae.
to I, reams. WUI pay caab.
Frank Moorland, Merrill Route,
phone lS-F-lt. 30-1
WANTED A ..large kltekca cap
board. Address Box 214. Herald
WANTED Winchester pump gun.
13 gaage, Inquire Ckas. Jeasoa,
Reclamatiaa Servloe. 38-1
WANTBD Woaaa cook for ranch,
flood wages. Address Box 7, Mer
rill, Oregoa. 37-1
WANTBD To rent or lease 4 or 6
room unfurnished modern house.
Lawrence K. Phelps, caro Houston
ft Phelps. 33tf
WANTED t newabors at tbe Her-
. aid oBca. -. 27-tf
PHONB PEYTON for wood G3S
CHIMNEY SWEEP Pipe and fur
, aace cleaning; leaky roofs re
paired. Do it bow. Kennedy; phone
.77J. . 30-3
IliADY BARBER SHOP Now open
T at ChBaauto.;Oregon. 28-11
iCITY OABaUOB Wham you want
) sarbaga removed call 10F-23.
FOR RENT OR LEASE
iXQOH TO BJ6NT H9 N.
- HMaaM l .A ..
jfUK Kami' ' tisw sioni wuum, cur.
4 9th sad Klamath Ave, 66x108. J.1
PriatlBf. Stationery vaa office
supplies. Ploaaar Prtattag aid sta
lloaery company. Ill Mala 8t l-tl
LOST AND FOUND
POUND Purse coatalalng tome
cash. Owner can bare tamo br
applying to advertising deoartment
ana proving properly. The Golden
LOST Between Agency and Chllo-
quin, army ocaaing roil. Name u.
Nowbury. Kinder return to White
reiicaa oarage; reward. 30.31
LOST Between White rollcan hotel
and Houston ft Phelps grocery,
dark leather purae containing two
IS bllla and 14.75 In silver. Finder
pleaae retarn to Herald office. Suit
able reward. 30-31
NOTtOH OF SALH OF IRRIGATION
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
sealed proposals will be received an
til the 30th day of September, A. D.
1930. at the hoar of two o'clock la
the afternoon, for the parchase of
Two Hundred Thousand Dollars
(100.000.00) worth of boada ot the
Laagall Yalley Irrigation DUtrlct of
Klamath Couaty, Oregon. Bald bonds
to draw interest at the rata ot six
par osat per aaaum, payable aamt
saaastlr apoa the first day tt July
aad the first day ot January of each
year aatB the maturity of aald bonds.
Sealed proposals will be received
by the Board ot Directors of said
Irrigation District, aad should be di
rected to the secretary of the Lan
cet! Yalley Irrigation District, care
of Ferguson, rietcher ft Mimia. no.
is Loomls Building, tusmata raiu
The Hoard 'of Directors reserve
the right to reject aay or all bids
A. L. WISHARD,
Secretary ot the Board ot
- , Directors ef Laassll Yal-
- ley irrigation uistrict
la the County Court of the 8tste
ot Orecoa for Klamath County.
In the Matter of the Estate of
George C. Mitchell. Deceased.
To J. C. Mitchell. Ben C. Mitchell.
Oene Lemmon. J. B. Mitchell, Fleda
Morcan. Mary Aaa Pitney.- Inns Flan
axan. Mrrta McFadden aad A. MJ
Collier, guardian ad litem of OarrN
soa CUude Mitchell, a Minor. '
Qreetiag. la the Name of the State'
Yob and each ot yon are hereby
cited to appear la the Court Room
oft the aho eatiued court at tae,
Coaaty Court Hoaae at Klamath
Falls. Klamath Coaaty. Oregon, at 3
o'clock p. m. oa September II. 1120,
at the September term ot this Court.
1920, not leas thsn tea days after the
service ot this citation upon you. to
show cauae! if any exlat, why thlsj
court should not make an order tot
aoll. ss prayed for In the petition.'
(lieu nerein, licensing ana empower
ing Leslie Rogers. Administrator
with the will anaexed of tbe said
estate, to sell at private sale, upon
the terms prescribed by tbe court.
the following described lands aad
real eetate. to wit:
Lot 4 In Block 84. in Klamath Ad-1
dition to Klamath Falls, Oregon, ac-l
cording to the duly recorded plat!
.hereof oa file la the office or the
county clerk for Klamath County,
Oregon, together with the tenements,
hereditaments, aad appurtenances
thereto belonging or in any wise ap
pertaiaiag. This citation Is issued pursuant to
an order of the above entitled CourM
made and catered la the above
titled eatato aad matter on the 7th
day ot August, 1920.
C. R. DeLAP,
(SEAL) County Clerk.
WHEN YOU WAKE
UP DRINK 6USS
OF HOT WATEB
Wash poisons and tosina Iron
system before puttfag
food into stomach.
Wash vounelf on the inside before
breakfast like you do on tne ouuiae
ThU Is vastly more important be
cause the skin pores do not absorb
Impurities into the blood, causing
Illness, while tbe bowel pores do
For every ounce 01 100a laxcn inio
the stomach nearly an ounce of
waato material must bo carried out
of tbe body. If this waste is not
eliminated day by day It quickly
ferments and generates poisons,
gases and toxins which are absorbed
or sucked Into the blood stream,
throuxh the Irmoh ducts, which
should suck only nourishment.
A so end d health measure is 10
drlaK before breakfast each day, a
glass of hot water, with' a teaspoon
ful of limestone ' prosphate in It,
which Is a harmless way to wasa
these poisons from the stomach,
llrer, kidneys ana. bowels; thus
cleansing, sweetening and freshen
ing the alimentary canal before eat
ing more food.
A Quarter sound of limestone
nhoanhate costs but vary little at the
Uaua .a bVh la aaaBBlsslsmaaO In aMmWaa
uru sivrv, ut ..u.v., , ---
anyone an eatbuslast on Inside bath-
WASHINGTON, Aug. 31. The
wholo world scorns to, be demanding
motor vehicles and Is looking to the
United Ststca for Its supply. Records
ot tho department of eommorce for
the tlKcal year 1920, Juat ended,
how that automobtlea and parts of
nutomobllos valued nt 1333,362,376
were shipped from this country. This
was nearly nine times tho total vnluo
ot such exports before tho war.
Tho number of commercial cars
exported during the 12 months onded
Junn 30 wna 24,3ti6. valued at $41,
S77.694 hs compared with 13,921
valued nt 133,233,485 In 1919. Pas
senger car shipments showod an even
grester Increase, the total botng 115,
C19 valued at $135,384,025 aa com
pared with 41,291 valued at 145,
852,705 the year before.
The United Kingdom led. In the
Imports of both commerclsl snd pas
senger cars, taking 4,593 ot tho for
mer and 17,628 ot the latter. Can
ada was second In the matter ot both
types ot cars taking 2,443 commer
cial and 9,993 passenger vehicles.
Cubs Imported 4,613 passenger cars
and 1,626 commercial automobiles.
Brazil was nest behind Canada In
Imports ot passenger cars to the total
of 6.109. Brltiah India Imported
8,144 passenger cars and British
South Africa 6.753. Australia took
5,898, Argentina 3,343 and New J5on-!
land 6,238 passenger cars.
Tho Scandinavian countries alio;
were heavy nurchaaera of nanaenKcri
automobiles, Norway taking 3,035
and Sweden 4,056. Spain purchssed
2.714, Denmark s,37l. Chins l,Ub,
Uruguay 2,764, Peru 1,051, Moxlco
2.749, Philippine Islands 2.444, and
Chile 619. France Imported only
839 passenger vehicles, but It took
1,392 commercial cars. Japan also
purchased 1.096 commercial trucka
e 1 Msaaase
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 me all about
these good things. Advertisements
give me the opportaaity to, compare
all varieties of the things I would
buy. Advertisements help mo pick
the best for my parposs and my
GOI SAGE m
into enir in
DARKENS BEAUTIFULLY AND UK
HTOKKH ITS NATURAL COLOR
AND LUSTRE AT ONCH
Common garden ssge brewed Into
a heavy tea, with sulphur and alcohol
added, will turn gray, streaked and
fadod hair beautifully dark and lux
uriant. Mixing the Sage Tea and Bui
bleiome. An easier way la to get the
phur recipe at home, though, Is trou
ready to use preparation Improved br
the addition of other Ingredients,
coating about 50 cents a largo bottle,
at drug stores, known as "Wyoth'e
Ssgo snd Sulphur Compound," thus
avoiding a lot or muss .
While gray, faded hair Is not sin
ful, we all desire to retain our youth
ful appearance and attractiveness. By
darkening your hair with Wyeth's
Sago and 8ulphur Compound, no one
can tell, because It is done so natur
ally, so evenly. You just dampen a
sponge or soft brush with It and draw
this through your hair, -taking one
small strand at a time) by morulas
all gray hairs have disappeared. At
tar another application or two your
hair becomes dsrk, glossy, soft, and
luxuriant, and you appear years
American motor "cycles alio con -
tinned In heavy demand, a total of
35.041 valued nt 19,550,032 being
exported during the finest year.
Tho demand for American mn -
Ing demand for equipment. The
value ot automobile tires exported
during tho tlacal car 1920 was $39. -
919,77 M compared with 123.630,
200 tho year beforo, Tho total ot
automobile engines shipped was
39,421, valued at 66,070,449, com
pared with 28,446 valued at 14,434,
244 (he year before.
I will not argue with my neighbor.
He may be right; but, personally,.!
would rather be myself thsn be my
I know, reading advertisements
saves money for me.
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729 Mnln Rt.
Alaatt ft Moodcy, Prop
Cigars, Tobacco, Hoft Drinks,
Peel aad llllllsnU
' Barber Shop In Connection
"Courtesy anil Hrivlrr"
Two complete niiillncos ewry nf-
tornoon at the Liberty. Murtlng nt
1:30 and 3:30
A clnailflud Ad will sell It.
NOTICK TO HIIKKI'MHN
Have two thouannd fine woolod
yearling oweif for sale. Theso sro
are all well broil flnmboultlots. At
ho in the mnrxct for one to two
thousand old cwoii. Addreas J. Sla
ter, Klamath Fulla. Phono 310.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
You are hereby notified that the
Hoard of KaunlUatlon will attend on
September 13, 1930(the second Mon
day in Httmiri at me county
Judge oftlco In the oldest court
houpr. 11 ml will remain in session
ifor thirty days from- that date for
ino purpoao 01 (Hamming mo aaacm-
ment rolls for the year isip, ana
(correcting all errors In valuation,
deacriptlun or quntltlea of land, lots
i"'" other property sateaaod by the as-
iimo nd Dlacn annotated
All protesta against valusiiona
, "J."" "J no "essor mu do mea
mi ilia uunni tiunuB tuo !, u
days of said session.
J. P. LEE,
A claiiltlcd Ad will sell It.
Call us sny hour day or night
for prompt service, careful,. po
lite, experienced drivers! high,
class touring oars for out of
town trlpa. Baggage stored free
for 90 days. Reasonable ratea
for city and out ot town trips,
Call us on phone 613 for prompt
CENTRAL AUTO SERVICE
ROBERT S. FRY
(Jcnrrnt Inaurnnw, InvmtmrnU
KliAMATII VMAM, OHK.
Three stores, all paying.
Location Al. Must sell
owing to other business.
Sec 1008 Main St
"SAY IT WITH
Cat Flowers aad Plant la Display
at 1049 Mala St.
Hat Hoaae Near Mills School
A clssalflod Ad will sell it.
SOOTHING QUIETUDE FOR
Is one of any kospltsl's biggest assets
and the location of Ibis hospital
makes Jt especially desirable from
that vlewpolat. Only abaadaatlt
capable graduated nurses are em
ployed, aad this fact, added to ear
anequatled staff of pbyslclaae aad
exeetleat hotplial equipment Insures
oar patients unsurpassed service.
Dft. H. D. JOHNSON
DR. O. If. MKRRYMAN
DR. T. C. CAMPBELL
DR. OKOROB I. WRIGHT
DR. B. D. LAMB
DR. H. D. LLOYD STEWART'
First Natloaal Baak Building
ASHLAND, ORBOON '
of tan aad sheet boa work, vaav
Hatlag aad warns air tlaa
done at tho Shaaaoa PlasaUaV
Shop. No. 1MM Maia St.
L. N. HAINES
KUmath-Bend Auto Stag
A dally auto stage service Is aew
2!irf!l!l5 5?iww Kk rails
!fd mw,d' 0fflc R eafa and Mat
Phone 276-W. 174
Klamath Dye Works
Oint. CLBANINO, PRBSSINO ABB
REPAIRING WILL afAJUB YOUm
LOOK LIKE NEW
floods Called for aad Delivered
691 Main Street Klamath Valla
5T. War ft Cw.,
1 r , 1
If you want them to lay.
Mnrphey Feed & Seed Store mV
Buy your f edit rom