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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 4, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
AMD'S CLASSIFIED COLUMNS
FOR SALE RmI Estate
WOn BAMO-Mowe ead lot.
FOR BALK A. few goed loU on
' paresaent 4n 'a' fast growing dU
trlet; fram f2o0 ta $4t. Lota with
la 4 block! otrWMt Pelican hotel
$100 up. LoU wKhJa a block of 6th
8L paToraont fill and ap. Lots on
Stato Highway huMa- ot city llratU
1175 and up. 8m W. M. Montellus,
with Klamath Development Co.,
1S03 Main Ht., phono' 1. S-tt
FOR SALE lr owner, 5 million
foot tlmb'or on Upper Klamath
Idxkc, at retr low figure Wrlto K.
T. Flsk. Whlto Pollcan Hotel. Klam
ath Falls. 31-t
FOR SALE Hy owner, a coxy four
room bouse on pared street, two
blocks from Main. Vory reasonable.
330 X. 11th St. 31-4
FOR SALE Hy owner, 20.000 acres
Sections 1C nnd 36 In I.nko and
Crook counties, at our own price.
Mnko offer on any 640 acres or more.
Wrlto K. T. Flsk, Whlto Pollcan Ho
tel, or T. 11. Watters. 620 Main St.
WANTED IS men for Highway
work. 15.00 per da and up. Ap
ply Pelican liar Boarding Houso.
Line up your Job tor the. winter.
We seed twenty raon now. Oood
wage. Eight hours; steady work
B1GLAKE3 BOX CO.
WANTED Woman cook for ranch.
Good wages. Address Bos ?, Mer
rill, Oregon. 37-5
WANTHD To rent or lease 4 or 5
room unfurnished modorn houso.
Lawrence K. Phelps, caro Houston
& Phelps. 23t(
WANTED 2 nowsboys at tho Her
ald ofllco. 27-tt
The New City Laundry wishes to announce that
they will be closed all day Monday, Labor Day
We will call for laundry on Sunday and your
laundry will be returned on the usual days the
last of the week. We thank you for your pa
tronage. New City Laundry
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FOR RENT OR LEASE
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
t'BKI GAIt IIA1U1ALM
Ono lBSOiUalbohm. good condi
tion; ono model 90 Ororland. now
paint. Al condition; ono modelD 45
Bulck C, Al condition, new paint; 1
ono Bulck Bug a snap: one 2V4 ton
truck, a bargain. Wo can handle
your used ran.
METROPOLITAN OARAGE -cor.
11th and Klamath. Try us for
FOR RENT Nlco sunny bed room,
southern exposure, overlooking
town and lake. Might rent two or
thrco rooms (or housekeeping.
Would prefer someono who Is com
panionable and congcnlnl, a loror of
books, music nnd tho groat out ot
doors. If afraid of hill to climb.
don't apply. Phono 26SR. 3-4
The Kellogg apartments for leoso
by owner. Apply at 813 Pine.
OFP4CE ROOM FOR RENT Call
30S South Fifth street. , 3-tf
AIRDALB PUPS for sate. Excep
tionally line strain. Your chanco
to get a good dog It you need one.
1433 Wolfcrd Are. 3-4
FOR SALE Ono Ford, 1918 model.
E37 North 10th St- 2-9
FOR SALE 1920 Reo, used only C
months. Bargain It taken at
ace. Box 47. Herald Office. 2-tf
PLACE ORDERS at once Wild
plums, 16 lb. cases, ,$1.50 per
rase, f. o. b. Lakevlew, Ore. Lloyd's
Cash Store. 31-9
Just the thing for a drayage busi
ness or for hauling farm produce;
four speeds. Pneumatic tires,
one to two tons capacity. Must sell
sr trade; Earl Shepherd Music
HAY FOR SALE About 15 tons ot
oat hay at 15 a ton. Frank Moor
land, tt mile south Altamont corner.
Phone 15F22. 3-7
FOR SALE Ono brand new fi-ton
logging trailer. See Max Wels.
Ctb St., near Ewauna Box Co. 30-tf
FOR 8ALE Dandy restaurant prop
'osltlon. paying grocery In connec
tion. Big snap. White Lunch.
FOR 8ALE Folding baby buggy.
almost new. Call 1234 Lookout
EL Phono 223W. 31-4
grain. Havo three
Apply 1203 Mala.
for rent Now atora room. cor.
9th and Klamath Ats. 65x108. J,
T. Ward Co.. 814 Main.
FURNISHED ROOMS for rent.
Newly renorated, new bedding,
hot and cold water, rates reasonable.
Home Rooming House, 920 Klamath
93.00 ROUND TRIP $2.00
For last of the season excursion to
Rocky Point on Upper lake, Sunday
and Monday, Labor Day, boat leaves
the landing at. 8:00 a. tn. For
further Information inquire at West
ern Transfer otflce. 1-4
PHONE PEYTON for wood 535
Mrs. Osborn. pianist at tho Mon-
dale theatre, will take a class In
music. Inquire at box office of Mon-
dalo theatre. 1-7
assmv ' KlsssssVl
for the practical dairyman.
Light nuining and close
For Sale by
GILT EDGE CREAMERY
Phone 381J 202 Main St
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HAI.M OF TIMBER
KLAMATH INDIAN RESERVATION
LITTLE 8P1U0UH DMT
Sealed bids In duplicate, marked
outsldo "Bid Little Bpniguo Unit."
and nddrossed to thu "Superintend
tint, Klamath Indian School, Klamath
Agency, Oregon," will do rocoirou
until 2:00 o'clock P. M Pacific
time, Wodnesday, October 27, 1930,
timber on about 3,000 acres on
for tho purchase of tho merchantable
Spraguo River In townships 34 nnd
36 South, Range 8Easl, Wlllamutte
Meridian. This unit Is ostlmatod nt
40,000,000 feet II. M mostly west
ern yellow plnn ot which about
6.000,000 feet Is on nbout 480 acres
of approved allotments, anil ns to
which sopurnto approved contracts
with tho Indian owners may prob
ably bo made. No bid will be ac
cepted for U1 Hum $1.00 for ol
low nnd sugar pli.o and Incanso
cedar, nnd 1 no for other species
during tho period of tho contract
ending March 31, 1921 Prices sub
sequent to tb.it ilnto will bo fixed, by
tho CumiulsJloiiur ot Imllnit Affairs
for throe-) ear perlodi. Knch bid
must statu tho rate per M that will
tin until for each klml ot timber dur
ing tho first contract porlnd ending
March 31, 1921, and must bo nc,
rotiiiiiiilmt liv a certified rlinck on a
sohent Natlounl Hank drawn In fa
vor nf tho Siinerlntumlont of ttioi
iKItiniath Indian School In tho amount'
lot $10,000.00. Thu deposit will bo)
'returned to unsuccessful bidders, but'
lotulned its lliiuldntvd damages ltj
dm successful blililor shnlt tall to,
oxueuto rontrnct nnd furnish satis-1
factory bond for 110,000,00 witiun
60 days from tho accoptanco ot his
bid. The right Is resorted to waive
technical defects 'anil to roject any
or nil bids. For copies of contract,
regulations, fullor description ot tho
nron. nnd olhur Information, apply
to the Superintendent of the Klam
ath Indian School, Klamath Agency,
Washington, D. C, August 10,
tilt pub. Aug. 19 7h. ft Sat. 12t
Call as any hour day or night
for prompt service, carefal, o
lite, experienced drivers! high
class touring cars for out ot
town trips. Bsggsgo stored fro
for 99 days, lleasonablo ratos
for city and out of town trips.
Call us on phono G 13 for prompt
CENTRAL AUTO SERVICE
ROBERT S. FRY
(leiiernl limirnmo, Investment
KLAMATH FALLS, ORE.
A clnsslflod Ad will sell It.
FOR SALE '
Three stores, all paying.
Location. Al. ' Must sell
owing to other business.
See 1008 Main St.
AT THE THEATERS
Where a man uses his brains to
arrive at a conclusion, a woman uses
her intuition. Instinctively she
knows or feels that which a man
reaches only through logical reason
Ing. But the mystery ot "Ono Hour
Doforo Dawn," In which II. II. War
ner will bo starred ot tho Liberty
Theatro next Sunday, will baffle a
man's brain and defy a woman's In
"Ono Hour Ileforo Dawn" I fur
from being tho usual t)pv of murder
mystery, for herein hypnotism pl
n pramlnont part. The question of
whether or not II II. Warner, as the
hero, committed iho murder wit Ho
under a hjpnotlc spell, keeps the
audience guessing at every turn.
It a Crestil
n-729 Main St.
Alnutt MiNMley, Prop.
Cigar, Tobacco, Moft Drinks,
Peel and Millard
Harbor Shop In Connection
"Courtesy and Her v Ire
A Classified Ad will sell It.
LADY BARBER SHOP-
at Chlloquln, Oregon.
CITY GARBAGE When you want
gorbago removed call 10F-23.
Printing. Stationery ana office
supplies. Pioneer Printing and Sta
tionery company. 126 Main St. 9-tf
.WANTED To buy, light team, wag'
"on and harness. Must be cheap.
F. C. Miller, 1900 Block, Oregon
WANTED Board and room with re'
sponsible family, for '12 year old
girl. Must furnish references. E. I.
Fitzgerald, Chlloquln, Ore. ,3-7
WANTED A good girl or woman at
the Marshall House at once.
Tbero are a number of boys and
girls thai wish to attend the Klam
ath county high school and work for
their room and board or get outside
work so that they may pay for these.
Anyone wishing to. employ high
school students will please communi
cate with Mr. Goets, principal of the
high school. i 31-4
SALARY PAID WHILE
PAOtriOl TMt PHONE
AND TssLsWRAPH CO.
NOTICE OF SALE OF IRRIGATION
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
sealed proposals will be received un
til the 20lh day of September. A. D.
1920, at the hour ot two o'clock In
the afternoon, for the purchase of
Two Hundred Thousand Dollars
(200,000.00) worth of.bonds of the
Langell Valley Irrigation District of
Klamath County, Oregon. Bald bonds
to draw Interest at tbe rate of six
per cent per annum, payable semi
annually upon tho first day of July
and the first day ot January of each
year until the maturity ot said bonds.
Scaled proposals will be rocelved
by tbe Board of Directors of said
Irrigation District, and should be di
rected to the secrotary ot the Lan
gell Valley Irrigation District, care
ot Ferguson, Fletcher ft Mifflin, No.
16 Loomls Building, Klamath Falls
The Bosrd ot 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.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
of the Northwest
Klamath FalU, Oregon
SEPTEMBER 6, 1920
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Yon are hereby notified that tho
Board ot Equalisation will attend on
September 13, 1920(tbe second Mon-If
Judge's office In tbe oldest court
bouse, and will remain in session
for thirty days from that date for
tbe purpose of examining tba assess
ment rolls for the year 1920, and
correcting all errors In valuation,
description or qualities of land, lota
or other property assessed by the as
sessor, it anau be tbe duty of an
persona Interested to appear at the
time and place appointed.
All protests against valuations
fixed by the assessor must be tiled
with the board during the first ten
days of said session.
J. P. LEE,
Wild Bnl Reed vs. Earl Ritchie
Klamath Falls, the Pride of Oregon i
Special event, Bobby Wagner of Seattle vs.. Kid Hartley of '
Yreka, six rounds. Also two rattling four-round preliminaries.
General admission, $2; Reserved seats, $3; Ringside $5; war tax
included. Ticket now on sale at Jewel Cafe and Rex Cafe.
FRANK SMITH, Matchmaker '
SOOTHING QUIETUDE FOR
la ono ot sny hospital's biggest assets
and the location of this hospital
makes It especially desirable from
that Tlewpolnt. Only abundantly
capable graduated nnrn-s ire em
ployed, snd this fsct, added to oar
unequalled staff of physicians aa
excellent hospital equlpmuul lusuroe
oar patients unsurpassed service.
DR. E. D. JOIINKON
DR. O. II. MERRYMAN
tTR. T. C. CAMPBELL
' DR. GEORGE I. WRIOHT
DR. E. D. LAM II,
DR. H. D. LLOYD 8TEWART
Dr. Maad lagersoll Hawley
First National Bank Bulldlog
Entraace, Room S
ot tin and sheet Iron worse, vea
tllatlag and warm air tseatlag
done at tho Shannon Plsuablasj
simp, xo, ioaa Mala a.
Klamath-Bend Auto Stag
A ",y .ut0 ,e wrrlca la bow
operating botween Klamath Palls
and Bend. Offlces Rex cafe and Met
ropolltan Garage. C. I. Roekard
Phone -276-W. l t
Klamath Dye Works
OUB CLEANING, PRESSING AND
REPAIRING WILL MAKB-VOUR
LOOK LIKE NEW
Goods) Called for aad Deli4
4S1 Mala Street KlamaU. s-.tu
Feed Your Chickens
,f;r Soiay- Murphey Feed & Seed Store
i24.;so. 6th a.
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