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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 7, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
HERALD'S CLASSIFIED COLUMN
FOR SALE Real Estate
rOH 8AI1K A. fow good lota on
pavement In a fast growing dis
trict; from Y200 lo $400. Lots with
In 4 blocks ot Whlto Pelican hotel
$300 up. lints within n black ot Cth
St. pavomonl $400 nrnl up. Iots on
BUto Highway Insldo of city limits
$175 nnd up. Bco W. M. Montellus.
with Klnmnth Development Co.,
1303 Mnln Bt., phono 1. 3-tf
FOR 8AI.H 3 room furnished
house, hath; wicker nnd mnhog-
any furniture. First St., botwecn
Pine nnd High. 4-9
FOR SALE -Miscellaneous
FOR BALE Ono team, wt. about
300 lbs., with heavy harness.
Suitable- for togging or rlco fields.
Also ono air coolod gas pump engine.
Inquire of II. II. Hogovoll, at Wor
den postofllce. 4-S
FOR BALK Ono tent 8x10x3 khaki,
2 "Gold Metal" folding sots, 4
2 "Clold Medal" folding cot. 4
"Clold Medal" folding camp stools. 1
folding campatovo, prlco$40. Can bo
seen at 1705 Johnson Ato. 3-7
FOR BALK Ono Ford, 1918 model.
637 North 10th Bt. S-9
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FOR SiliB 1930 Rco, used only &
months. Bargain If taken at
once. Box 47, Herald Office. 2-tf
TLACE ORDBR3 at onco Wild
plums. 20 lb. cases, $1.50 per
case, f. o. b. Lakorlow, Ore. Lloyd'
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
or trade. Earl Shepherd Music
HAY FOR SALE About 15 tons ot
oat hay at TIC a ton. Frank Moor
land, U nalle south Altamont corner.
Phono 15F22. 3-7
FOR SALE Ono brand new E-ton
logging trailer. Bee Max Weiss.
6th St., near Ewauna Box Co. 30-tf
WANTED t rooms In prlvato home
for light housekeeping. J. H.
Wise, Fort Klamath Hotel,-Fort
Klamath, Ore. 4-8
WANTED Contract for hauling
grain. Havo three 5-ton trucks.
Apply 1101 Mite. , 3-7
WANTED Board and room with re
sponsible family, for 12 year old
girl. Must furnish references. E. I.
Fitxgerald. Chlloaula, Ore. 3-7
WANTED Truck driver
with lumber hauling.
WANTED A good girl or woman at
the Marshall House at once.
WANTED A woman cither as cook
or helper. Call 9SJ. 4-8
WANTED Bookkeeper and sten
ographer. Apply Acme Motor Co.
Phone 264. 4-tf
SALARY PAID WHILE
PACIFIC TEL- PHONE
AND TELEQRAPH CO.
, MEN WANTS)
Line up your Job for the winter.
We need twenty men now. Good
wages. Eight hours; steady work
BIO LAKES BOX CO.
WANTB0 Woman cook tor ranch.
Good wages. Address Box 7, Mer
rill, Oragaa. T
vWANTID To rent or lease 4 or 6
room aafaraleaea modem house.
lAwrMM K. Phelps, cars Houston
Fhslfs. . I"
FOR RENT OR LEASE
Tks Kellogg apartawaU for lease
by owner. Apply st 113 Pine.
rVXNUHHD ROOMS tor rent.
' Newly renovated, new bedding,
Hot and cold water, rates reasonable.
sn Rooming House, 920 Klamath
FOR RENT New atoro room, cor.
.9th and Klamath Ato. 65x108. J.
T. Ward & Co., 834 Main. 15-tf
DRISMAKINO and plain sowing.
1031 Washington. 1-S
PHONE TEYTON for wood 535
Mra. Osborn, pianist at the Mon-
dalo theatre, will tako a class In
music. Inquire at box otllco ot Mon-
dalo thoatro. 1-7
LADY 1URUKR SHOP Now open
at Chlloquln, Oregon. 25-11
Miss flctty Oaddes wishes to an-
sounco tho opening of her fall
classes In pianoforte, at hor studio In
tho Star Drug lllock. Those wish
ing to mako arrangements for les
sons, pleaso call between 3 nnd 5 p.
m. except on Wednesday. 4-7
CITY GARBAGE When you want
garbage romored call 10F-23.
Printing. Stationery ana office
supplies. Pioneer Printing and Sta
tionery company. 126 Main fit. 9-tf
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Lady's handbag containing
watch, cash and other articles, nt
or near the parlllon Tuesday night.
Reward. Phono 190R. 4-7'
NOTICE OF SALE OF IRRIGATION
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
scaled proposals will bo recotrcd un
til the 20th day of September. A. D.
1930. at the hour of two o'clock in
tho afternoon, -for tho purchase of
Two Hundred Thousand Dollars
(200.000.00) worth ot bonds of the
Langell Valley Irrigation District ot
Klamath County, Oregon. Said bonds
to draw Interest at tho rate ot six
Der cent per annum, payable semi
annually upon the first day ot July
and tho first day of January ot each
year until the maturity ot said bonds.
sealed proposals win ne received
by the Board ot Dl roc tors ot said
Irrigation District, and shontd be di
rected to the secretary ot the Lan
cet! Valler Irrigation District, care
ot Ferguson. Fletcher A Mifflin. No.
16 Loomls Building. Kiamata raiu
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.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
You are heroby notified that the
Board ot Equalization will attend on
September 13, 1920(the second Mon
day in Septemberi at the county
Judge's office In the oldest court
house, and will remain in session
for thirty days from that date for
tho purpose ot examining the assess
ment rolls tor the year 1920, and
correcting all errors In valuation,
description or qualities ot land, lots
or other property assessed by the as
sessor. It shall be the duty ot an
persona Interested to appear at the
time and nlace appointed.
All protests against valuations
fixed by tho assessor must bo rued
with the board during the first ten
days ot said session.
J. P. LEE,
In tho County Court of tho State
ot Oregon for Klamath County.
In the Matter ot the Estate ot
George C. Mitchell. Deceased.
To J. C. Mitchell, Ben C. Mitchell,
Gene' Lemmon, J. B. Mitchell, Fleda
Morgan, Mary Ann Pitney, Inus Flan
agan, Myrta McFadden and A. M
Collier, guardian ad litem ofyOarrl
son Claude Mitchell, a Minor.
Greeting, In the Name of the State
You and each of you are hereby
cited to appear in the Court Room
ot the above entitled court at the
County Court Houso at Klamath
Falls, Klamath County, Oregon, at 2
o'clock p. m. on September 18, 1920,
at the September term ot thls-Court,
1920, not less than ten days after the
torvlce of this citation upon you, to
show cause. If any exist, why this
court should not make an order to
sell, as prayed for In tho petition,
filed herein, licensing and empower
ing Leslie Rogers, Administrator
with the will annexed of tho said
estate, to sell at private sale, upon
the terms prescribed by the Court,
the following described lands and
real estate, to wit:
Lot 4 In Block 84, ln-Klamath Ad
dition to Klamath Falls, Oregon, ac
cording to the duly recorded plat
thereof on file in the office of the
county clerk for Klamath County.
Oregon, together with the tenomenta,
hereditament, tad appurtenances
thereto belonging or in any wise ap
This citation Is Issued pursuant to
an order of the above entitled Court
made and entered In the above en
titled estate and matter on the 7 in
day of August, 1920.
C. R. DeLAP,
(SEAL) County Clerk.
LEAVE HOUSE SHORT
TIME; MONEY STOLEN
While A. E. llunslngcr nnd his
daughter, who nvo on a ranch near
Swan lake, were absent from their
homo Tuesday searching for cstray
Get a 10 cent package of Dr.
James' Headacho Powders
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When your head aches you simply
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It's needless to suffer when you can
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neuralgia at once. Send someone to
th drug store now for a dime package
ol O )r. James' Headache Tenders.
Don t suffer! In a few moments you
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But there's also a lot ot nows
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That's the part ot the news
you'll find In tho Advertise
ments. There's valuable new
thoro about things you want or
will want; perhaps about things
you have that others want.
for the practical dairytuan.
Light running and close
For Sale by
GILT EDGE CREAMERY
Phone 381J 202 Main St
homon, soiiiu person, who drove to
tho tlenslngur Jiomu in tin automo
bile, evidently entered tho houso nrnl
purloined inmo very vnluablu papers
and $17 In cash. The tracks of thu
automobile, and n man's tracks nfco.
recently made, were unmlstnkiiblo,
and Immediate search ruvealod tho
loss nt thu paper nnd money,
A reward ot 1100 has been offered
by Mr. llettHlngur for Information
which will lead to tho iirrvst of tho
INDICTED BY JURY
CHICAOO. Sept. 4. Theodora
Schuh, tho (iormnn citizen who suc
cessfully masqueraded hero as an
American under tho name of Lieu
tenant Arthur Klncnld, was Indicted
today by tho federal grand Jury on
u chnrgo of defrauding tho govern
ment by collecting hack army pay
under tho assumed name.
A Herald Want Ad will srll It.
A. Mill vf
About Other People
and About You !
There are two kind 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 didn't happen.
Evory Advertisement carrloi
1 message to somoono.
Many Advertisements carry
messages of Intorest or vuluo
You can't afford to miss the
Advertisements because, so
many of thorn aro nows rolatlng
directly to you or to your
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SIMPLE DRESS "
MliXlCO CITY. Aug. IT. illy
Mull.) Apparel oft' may claim Urn
man hut It In 110 longer will iiiirlnlm
tlio Mexican illploiiint If tho recom
mendations of Miguel CuvnrruliliiH,
nonrotary of foreign relations, urn
mhititod bv tho government. 1
Honor Covnrrulilns prnpnsn Mint
tho oriuito, gold-lirnlded uniform"
worn by M10 tuition' onvo)n In uMior
times bo supplanted iy Mm novorely
simple froclc coals, which rcinilllutn
Mm full dross nt illploiiiiitH roprn-
minting tho United Htates nnd other
ltesldes iirmitiiK Mint Mexico.
should fall In lino with tho rmttomn
of other cnuiit rlr-t, ndvocntes nf dip
lomatic dress reform point out Mint
tho rccomiiiendutluiiH of Honor Co
vnrrtihlns, It adopted, would losult
In npprerlnlilo economies mid would
help cotiNlurn tho world that Mexico
Is truly democratic.
In supporting Mm now movement
for drum tdmplllU-ntlon, Kl llernldo
do Mexico recalls that during tho
Cirrnui.i regime u certain Mexican
diplomat, upon pieseuMng his cre
dentials to n fastidious and punctil
ious Kitrnpriiii court, chose not to
wear Mm conventional diplomatic
uniform In ogtio at that M1110, hut
Instead attired himself In a flaming
frock ront, udoriied with n general's
epaulets, mid worn n tricolor band
across I1I1 shirt front nnd glided
spurs on his boots. This diplomat
hnd rend somewhere Mint a minister
plenipotentiary held tho rank of
general, nnd, lacking n general' uni
form, had adorned his ' flamboyant
frock mat with nhnt hu believed to
ho tho proper martial accoutrements.
CHICAOO. Sept. 4. Representa
tives ot Chicago packers yesterday
sent letters to stock raisers, railroad
ottlclals nnd hanker of thomlddln
and far west, asking them nil to at
tend a conferonco hero September tfl
to discuss plans for financing the In
creased production of livestock.
HAVH YOlMNHimiei YOUIl HAY?
Klres nnvo cnusoil moro proporly
loimoii Muni liavn boon caused by all
thu war, sIomuji. flood and other
agencies of destruction nf historical
record. Nothing I luiinuuo from
destruction by lire, oven though fire
proof matorliils nru nbovo, holow, or
nil nroiind It. Think how easy It Is
lo loim your hay crop through flro,
r.iv Ihiv U nnn nf thn most combust-
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A classified Ail will noil It.
ROBERT S. FRY
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KI.AM.Vri! PAI.LM, ORE.
A classified Ad will sell It.
Throe stores, all paying.
Location Al. Must sell
owing to other business.
See 1008 Main St
7S9 Main St.
Aluutt A Mixxlry, Prop.
Cigar, Tobacco, Soft Drinks,
fool and IlllllartU
Harbor Shop In Connection
"Courtesy nail Hcrvlrc"
SOOTHING QUIETUDE FOR
is ono of any hospital's biggest assets
"Tland tho location of this hospital
niakos It especially doslrabto from
that viewpoint. Only abundantly
rapablo graduated nuriws are em
ployed, and this fact, added to tar
unequalled staff ef physician ui
excellent hospital equipment Insures
our putlents unsurpassed service.
DIl. H. D. JOHNSON
On. O, II. MBIIRYMAN
DR. T. C. CAMPIIKI.ti
DIl. OKOHOB. I. WltlOHT
DR. B. D. LAMI1
DR. II. D. LLOYD 8TKWART
Dr. kbiMd lagersoU Hawley
rirat National Bank Building
Entrance, Room I
of tin and sheet Iron work, ven
tilating nnd warm air heating
done nt the Shannon Plumbing
Hhop, No. 10M Mala St.
KlamathBend Auto Stag
A dally anto sUge service is bow
operating betweea Klamath r!U
nd Bend. Offices Rex cafe and Mat-
KP011- ' R""d.
Phoaa 871-W. jT.j
Klamath Dye Works
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