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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 2, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
HERALD'S WMIED COLUMNS
FOR SALE Real Estate
Foil 8ALM Houso and lot.
FOR 8ALN y owner, Ti million
feet timber on Upper Klamath
Lake, nt vcrr low flKuro. Wrlto K.
T. Flsk. Whlto I'ollcan Hotel, Klam
ath Polls. 31-4
$6000 C room house completely
furnished: large, cornor lot on 9th
Bt., two block from Main St (1000
cash, lialanco easy.
,31600 Now B room plastered house
In Falrvlow. Ik1 50x110. $400
cash and $"40 per month.
A. A. RKLLMAN ft CO.
406 Main 8t. 31-!
FOR SALM Hr owner, a coir four
room house on paved street, two
clocks from Main. Very reasonable
330 N. 11th St. 31-4
FOR 8ALH By owner, 30.000 acre
Sections 16 and 36 In Lake and
Crook counties, at your own prlco.
Make offer on any 640 acres or more.
Write E. T. Flak. White Pelican Ho
tel, or T. n. Walters, 630 Main St
FOR SALE MuccHaneoufl
FORD ACCESSORIES aad repairing.
We use only genuine Ford part.
Klamath Falls Auto Company. 11&7
Main SL 31-11
Ono first class Underwood type
irrlter for sate. May Uke your
chol co of scrcra! wo haro In Office
iWe need oae wide carriage Under
wood. Klamath County Abstract Co.
FOR SALE 4 dot. quart frail
Jan. $1 per dot. 441 Michigan Arc.
.For sale, black Percheron stallloa;
N gentle; will work any place and Is
a true power. Suitable for logging
work. Will be sold cheaply. Edward
Freuer, Sere Springs Ranch, S. Poe
PLACE ORDERS at once Wild
plums, 30 Jb. eases. II. GO per
rase, f. o. b. Laker lew. Ore.' Lloyd's
Cash Store. 31-9
Just the thing for a drayago bust
Bees or for aaatlaa; tana produce;
four .spaada, Paaaajatlc Urea.
im two tea capacity. Must aalt,
r trad. Bart Shepherd Music
FOR SALE aeetUoaatly mice oak
aad Plate atase ahaw-ease. la-
qalre of. Mre. Cowdea, Baldwin
Hard war Ca. 31-3
FOR SALE Oae araad aew 5-toa
logging traitor. i Sea Max Weiss.
th St. aear aHraaaa Bar Ce: 30-tf
FOR SALE t Wadgewood Range,
almost aev. Aas tearing towa and
will sail at aaerilca.
Call at house
No. 7. Pellcaa'Bay.
4 ' von BAI.R TtAAiar habr bnrrr.
almost aear. Call 1334 Lookout
St Phone tttW. 31-4
.WANTED A good giri or womaa at
the Marshall House at oace.
There are a isabtr ol bora aad
girls that wish to attend the Klam
ath county hlajs school aad work for
their room aad board or get oaUlde
work so that they a&y pay for these.
Anyone wishing to employ high
school students will please communi
cate with Mr. Goets. principal of the
high school. 31-4
WANTED 3 S mea for Highway
work, f C.00 per day and up. Ap
ply Pelican Bay Boarding House.
Line up your Job for the winter.
We need twenty men now. Good
wages. Eight hours; steady work
BIO LAKES BOX CO.
WANTED Woman cook for ranch.
Good wages. Address Box 7. Mer
rill; Oregon. . 1T-6
WANTED To rent or leasa i or 5
room unfurnished modera house.
Lawrence K. Phelps, care" Houston
WANTED 3 newsboys at the Her
ald oBce. 37-tf
FOR RENT OR LEASE
FOR RENT Pleasant, sunny bed
room (large) for one or two gen
tlamea. Fear JMoclcs up Third St..
paoae 447R. Call after & p. ra. 1-7
FOR RENT Bedroom for gentle-
103 fine Ht. 1-3
rati RENT -New store room. eor.
th aad Klamath Are, $5x10$. J.
T. Ward Co., BSt Mala. 18-tf
FURNISHKD ROOMS for rent.
Nowly renovated, new bedding,
hot nnd cold water, rates reasonable.
Home Rooming House, 930 Klamath
aS.OO ROUND Tiur ay,oo
For last of tho season excursion to
Rocky Point on Upper Inko, Sunday
and Monday, Labor Day, boat learcs
tho landing at 8:00 a. in. For
further Information Inquire nt West
ern Transfor ofllce. 1-4
DRKSSMAK1NO and . plain
PHONG PEYTON for wood 535,
Mrs. Osborn, pianist nt tho Mon-
dalo theatre, will take a class In
ntuslc. Inquire at box offlco of Mon
dale theatre. 1-7
CHIMNEY 8WEEP Pipe and fur
nace cleaning: leaky roots re
paired. Do it now. Kennedy; phone
477 J. 30-3
LADY DARDER SHOP Now open
at Chlloquln, Oregon. 38-11
CITY OARBAQE When you want
garbage remored call iof-33.
Printing. Stationery aad office
supplies. Pioneer Printing aad Sta
tionery company. 136 Mala St, 9-U
LOST AND FOUND .
LOST Blue serge coat between
Round Lake and Klamath Falls.
Finder please return to this office.
NOTICE OK BOND HALE
Sealed proposals will be rccelrcd
by the Common Council tor the -purchase
of four separate Issues of City
of Klamath Falls Improvement Bonds
aggregating 147.833.53. authorized
by Ordinances of said city, numbered
524.. 525, 5Z, 537. tor me improve
ment of Conger Arenue 'from Main
Street to California Arenue $15.-
93.3f: Pine Street from Eighth
Street easterly to Elorenth Street
812.803.33; Klamath Arenue from
Ninth Street easterly to Eleventh
8treet $7,810.00; Washington 8treet
from First Street easterly to Third
Street $11,384.01; respectively.
Proposals to purchase such bonds
will be received by the undersigned
ap ,to and Including tha 7th day of
September. 1130. at the hour of 8
o'clock P. M. and opened at' a regular
meeting of the Council Immediately,
thereafter. Said bends to be dated
September 1. 1930. in amounts of
$600.00 due ten years after date of
Issue, optional at any coupon date on
and after one year, and will bear In
terest at the rate of six per cent per
annum, payable semi-annually, prin
cipal aad Interest payabla at Oregon
Fiscal Agency In New York City.
Proposals to purchase must be un
conditional and accompanied by cer
titled chock for fire per cent of pro-.
A. L. LKAVnT,
Police Judge of City of
Klamath Falls. Oregon.
By order of the Common Council
NOTICE Of SALE OP IRRIGATION
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIYEN that
sealed proposals will bo recelred na
til the 30th day ot September, A. D.
lixo. at tha hoar or two o'clock la
tha aftaraeoa, for tha purchase ot
Two Hundred Thousand Dollars
(300.000.00) worth ot bonds ot tha
Laagell Valley Irrigation District of
Klamath County, Oregon. Bald bonds
to draw Interest at the rate of six
per cent per aanum. payable semi
annually upon the first day of July
and the first day ot January of each
year until the maturity of said bonds.
Healed proposals will Je recelred
by the Board of Directors ol said
Irrigation District, aad Aould be di
rected to the secretary of the Laa
gell Valley Irrlgatloa District, care
ot Ferguson. Fletcher A Mifflin, No.
16 Loomls Building, Klamath Falls
Tha Board of Directors reserre
the right ta reject any or all bias
A. L. WI8HARD,
Secretary ot tha Board -of
Directors of Laagell Val
ley Irrlgatloa District.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
Yon are hereby notified that the
Board of Equalisation will attend on
September 13, 1930 (the second Mon
day la September) at tha county
Judge's office la tha oldest eoart
house, and will remain la aeasloa
for thirty dan from that data for
tha purpose of examining tha maw
meat rolls for tho year 1130, aad
correcting; all errors la ralaatloa,
deserlDtloa or aaalltlee ot land. Iota
or other property amassed by tha as
sessor. It shall be the duty of all
persons interested to appear at tha
time aad place appelated.
Ail protests agaiast vaiuauoaa
fixed by the assessor must be filed
with the board daring tha first taa
days of said session.
J. Z. IiHIS,
$6 - 11
The New City Laundry wishes to announce that
they will be closed nil day Monday, Labor Day
We will call for laundry on Sunday and your
laundry will be returned on the usual days tho
last of the week. We thank you for your pa
tronage. New City Laundry
SALE OF FLAX
STOCKHOLM, Aug. 9. (By Mall.)
Desplto a protest from tho Swed
ish gotornment, 400 tons of flax be
longing to tho Swedish Flax Associa
tion are being offered for sale. In No
va I by the present soviet authorities.
Tho flax had been seized In 1918 by
, Tho Swedish foreign office has not
ified both tho United States and tho
British governments that tho (lax
has been misappropriated. Tho
Swedish owners are apprchenslro
that the British organization tor tho
purchase ot flax In tho Baltic coun
tries mayibe Induced to buy tho con
ESSEN. Germany, July 2S, (By
Mall). Moved by tho American ox-
ample, a number of young men hero
made art attempt to fight high tailor
ing prices by organizing a procession
clad In bluo overalls. Their offort.
however, aroused tho Iro of tho work
ing population who, under the Im
pression that It was "a studied Insult
to their class." made a rush for tho
paradem. A free fight ensued and
some or the cheap tailoring propa
gandists were badly Injured.
But there's also a lot of news
in this paper It you know
where to took for It about
That's the part of tho news
you'll find In the Advertise;
ments. There's valuable news
there about things you want or
will want; perhaps about things
you have that others want.
A. A i . i ?
Daily Question Box
WHO IS THE
Answer will b Published
HAVE YOU INHUHKD YOUK HAY 7
Fires navo caused moro property
losses than havo been causod by all,
ino wars, siornui, noous ana oinor
agencies ot destruction of historical
record. Nothing Is Immuno from
destruction by flro, even though fire
proof materials aro a bote, below, or
all around It. Think how easy It Is
to lose your hay crop through flro,
tor hay la one of the most combust
ible properties you can think of.
Flro Insuronco would be your only
protection against financial lose If
your hay crop should bo destroyed
by flro. We offor you this protection
through the most rellablo Insurance
company In existence. See mo. Jaa.
Drlicoll, Room 4. Ioomls Building,
A Herald Waat Ad will sell lc
About Other People
and About You !
There are two kinds of news in the paper. Part of
the news is about the affairs of other people; their
sayings, doings and goings to do; things that have
happened may happen did'nt happen.
Kvery Advertisement carries
i message to someone.
messages of Interest or ralue
You can't afford to miss the
Advertisements because so
many of them are news relating
directly to you or to your
HAIiH OK TIMIIKU
KliAMATH INDIAN RESERVATION
LITTLE HI'ltAdUll UNIT
Healed bids In duplicate, mnrkod
outsldo "Hid Llttlo Hprngiin Unit,"
nnd addressed to tho "Hiiporliitoiiil
out, Klnumth Indian Hrhool, Klumntli
Agency, Oregon," will bo received
until 2:00 o'clock P. M-. I'aclCIo
time. Wednesday, October 27,-1020,
timber on nbout 3,000 acres on
for tho purchnso of tho niorrlutiitnbla
Hpraguo River lu towimhlpi .11 nnd
35 South, Range NKnsl, Wlllnmotto
Meridian. Tills unit Is OHllinutod nt
40,000,000 foot II. M mostly Mod
ern yellow plno of which nbout
6,000,000 foot Is on nbout 480 acre
ot approved allotments, it ml nit to
which supnrntn approved contracts
with tho Indian owners may prob
ably bo mudo. No bid will liu ac
cepted for less limn $1.00 for yel
low and sugar pit o and Incense
cedar, and $l.a for other spucles
during tho period of tho contract
ending March 31, 1924. I'rlcos sub
sequent la that date will bo fixed by
tho Camntlsslannr ot Indian Affairs
for throo-yonr periods. Each bid
must stato the rnto per M that will
bo paid for each kind ot timber dur
ing tho first contract period ondlng
March 31, 1924, and must bo ac
companied by a rortlflod chock on a
solvent National Hank drawn In fa
vor or the Huperlntondont of the
Klamath Indian Hchool In tho amount
ot $10,000,00. Tho deposit will be
returned to unsuccessful bidders, but
retnlned ns liquidated damages If
tho successful bidder shall fall to
exocuto contract and furnish satis
factory bond for $tc,ooo.oo within
60 days from tho accoptanco of his
bid. Tho right Is resorvod to watvo
technical detects and to rojoct any
or all bids. For copies of contract,
regulations, fuller description ot tha
aron, and other Information, apply
to tho Superintendent of the Klsm-
nth Indian School, Klamath Agency,
Washington, I. C. August 10,
1st pub. Aug. 19 Th. A Sat. lit
Canto to my place, known as the
Will Humphrey ranch on the MerrlU
road, Hunday, August 29, 1930, year
ling bull, black, dehorned, unbrand-
ed. Owner may havo same by paying
costs. Phono 1SK2. F.
,Call na any hour day or night
for prompt service, cnrotul, po
lite, experienced drivers; high
class touring cars for out ot
town trips. Ilnggago storod free
for 90 days. Roasonnblo rates
for city nnd out of town (rips.
Call us on phono 613 for prompt
CENTRAL AUTO SERVICE
ROBERT S. FRY
General lnurann liivmlnirnM
KLAMATH KALI.H, ORE.
A classified Ad will sell It,
Three stores, all puyinff.
Locution Al. Mut sell
owing to other business.
See 1008 Main St
729 Main Ht.
Alnutt A Moodry, lnp.
Cigars, Tubarru, Ho ft Drinks,
I'ool and IlllllnnU
Barber Shop In Connection
"(Vmrtmy aad Hcrvlco"
SOOTHING QUIETUDE FOR
Is one of any hospital's biggest assets
and the location ot this hospital
makes It especlslly desirable from
that viewpoint. Only abundantly
capable graduated nurses am em
ployed, aad this fact, added to aar
unequalled staff of physlctaaa aad
exaetreat hospital eqnlpmeat iaaaraa
oar pstleala unsurpassed service.
DR: K. D. JOHNSON
DR. O. H. MCRRYMAN
DR. T. C. OAKTBaTLL
dr. oborozi i. wRiatrr
DR. B. D. LAhtB
DR. H. D. LLOYD BTBWAJtT
Plrat Natloaal Baak Balldlaa;
atraace, Room I
of Ua aad sheet troa work.
UUtlac aad warxa air
SflOA AS fttMl Sh..uia 1
'shop. No. lOM Mala alt,
Klamath'Bend Auto Stag
A dallv MtA mtrnmM Unu ia .
operattag aetwaaa Klamath rails
ana ueaa. osHaa Rat caaa aad Mac.
rapalltaa Oarasa. C. L lkard.
raaae itb-w. tit
Khmath Dye Wrks
OCR CLBANINa. WlmHOfa AJTO
RBPAIKINa WILL MAJOO YOCTI
LOOK LIKE NEW
Oooda Called far aad Dellves
4S1 Mala Street Klaautfa Valla
Feed Your Chickens
If you want them to lay.
Buy your f eedfrom
Murphey Feed & Seed Store Xr