The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, September 11, 1920, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6

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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
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HERALD'S CLASSIFIED COLUMNS
;VOR SALE Rl EUte
OR 8ALR Tho building occupied
,by the Dtalo raUtrifl with store
aouso occapioa ry Jonaaiono rirai
tare Co. Price T800. Buildings to
be removed.
, A Reed bay In an 8 room house
and E loU. Price I21R0; $850 cash.
J. P. MAOUIRH, 7 IS Main St.
10-13
Ono ot best business opportunities
for small capital In Klamath Falls
Rooming houso completely furnished
to bo mored; also .big lot,, good lo
cation to more It on, at an approxi
mate cost complete, Including mov
ing and lot, ot seven thousand dol
lars. Houso alono would cost to
build at present time about nine
thousand dollars. Don't miss this
If you have a little cash to Invest In
the best town west ot the Rockies.
"Would rent for at least two hundred
per month In now location. Will bo
jilrascd to show you proposition. F.
C. Do Chatne, N. W. corner "th and
Main, behind new brick, Klamath
Falls. Ore. 10-11
FOR SALE 3 room furnished
house, bath; wicker and mahog
any furniture. First St., between
Pine and High. 10-13
Jn Mills Addition near tho mills
and factories, wo have a four room
house and three big lota at tho ex
tremely low price of $1400. Only
9400 cosh and balanco in easy
Monthly payments. Chllcoto
Smith. 633 Mala St. 10-11
FOR SAI.K 35 aero farm', bouse,
barn and good well, 3 hen houses.
4 ton ot ryo hay, farm all fenced
with wire, SO acres havo been In
crap, 10 acre sub-Irrigated. Price
93,000; half down, terms on bal
ance. Situated 3 miles from Klam
ath Folia poatoHco on Keno road.
E. A. Ratherford, Klamath Falls.
Ore. 9-11
FOR SALE Dy owner. 320 acres.
Including cattle, horses, bogs and
sheep, threahor, tractor and all kinds
ef farm Implements; also crop. Can
he Irrigated by springs on place: all
lor $100.00; two miles from Algo
M. Stephen Hcrllhy. -9
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FOR SALE A few goad lota on
,. pavement ia a fast growing dis
trict; from TZQ0 to 9400. LoU with
in 4 blocks of White Pelican hotel
9S00 op. LoU within a block of 6th
at pavement 9400 and p. LoU on
Mate Highway inside ot city tlmlU
1175 aad up. See W. M. Montellas.
wMh Klamath Development Co..
1903 Main St., phone 1. 2-tf
FOR 8ALE Over along the river,
we havo a good six room house
with fine garden tract .and good or
chard, at bargain price ot 93,000.
Pay 91.900 aaah and $50 a month.
Chllcote Smith. 433 Mala St.
10-11
FOR BALE 80 acres ot rand:
Jinder cnKlvatloa, with good fam
ily orchard; 35 head of cattle, one
work team, one million feet ot stand
teg;,, timber, all farming implements
to cultivate, plenty ot water for gar
den; ono mite from school and three
lies from R. R. station. Will sell
with or without the cattle. Price
without cattle, $4000. 92500 cash,
terms oa balance. Address 3. W.
Light, Lelaad, Oregon. 7-1 3
FOR SALt MUcelUneoui
FRUIT FRUIT FRUIT
Come to new store, Main near
11th, next to Arcade hotel, at any
time and buy your trait for Uble and
canning. Fresh erear day from tho
Valley and direct from the producer
at prices unequaled la the county.
We got truck loads evory day.
10-11
FOR SALE Marlln rifle 90-30.
Auto camp grounds, first camp to-
gnt io-ii
FOR SALE Ford In gooa condition.
Will sell cheap. Phone 188.
9-15
If you are going to live In Klam
ath Falls this winter here Is a snap
for you. Two line rooms all furnish
ad; every convenience, steam beat,
hot and cold water, toilet and bath
aad lights, In a brick building In the
heart of the city. Owner must go
way. See Thad MeHatUn at once.
Boom 14 Loomls Bldg. 8-tf
Remington Typewriters for sale or
JBfit. Room 908 WI11IU Bldg.
. 10-18
FOR SAILS Alfalfa hay In shock,
918 per toa. Oat hay, 915 per ton.
Frank Morelaad, mile south of
Altamoat corner, 9-11
FOR BALE Ssradavacioa violin.
y Beautiful harmonies and much of
he old toae. Price $278;and worth
91. Address "Vlesm." care Herald.
9-11
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FOR BALK Al Jersey cow.' Mrs.
W. . Moore, 9944 Darrow Are.,
Villa Add. 7-11
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FOR SALE 1916 Ford, newly over-
f hauled.
Inquire 1426
Oregon I
'An.
8-11
Feed Your Chickens
FOR 8AI.E 10 catves and 9 milk
cow (to bo fresh In October.) Al
pasture for about 15 horses. F. J.
Flowers, Wordcn, Ore. 9-1 3
FOR SALE 1 Wcdxowood range,
almost new. Am leaving town and
will aoll at sacrifice Call at houso
No. 7, Pelican Day. 7-11
FOR 8ALE 1920 Rco, used only B
months. Bargain It taken ' at
once. Bo 47, Ilorald Office. S-tt
AUTO TRUCK
Just tho thing for a drayago busi
ness or for hauling farm produce;
four speeds, Pneumatic tires,
ono to two tons capacity. Must sell
or trade Karl Shepherd Music
Store. 30-tf
FOR SALE Ono brand new C-ton
togging trailer. Sco Max Weiss,
6th St., near Ewauna Box Co. 30-tt
MAY FOR SALE About 1G0 ton
first cutting alfalfa hay for salo.
Purchaser can feed It on grounds;
plenty of spring water and good
sheds. J. E. Danllts, Murphy, Ore.
8-11
Duroc boar, $60; registered Duroc
bred gilts. $40; purebred Duroc
pigs (not registered) 12 weeks old,
$10. Theso prices f. o. b. Medtord.
A. F. Stennott, Box 669, Medtord,
Ore. 10-11
FOR SALE Hair goods; combings
made to ordor. Will tench you
the trado'for $50. Call nt 528 Pine
St. Townsend Flats, upstairs.
10-16
WANTED
WANTED 4 horses and 1 man at
Ankcny Ranch. $9 per day and
board. Apply W, A. Jones. 10-13
Clerk wants position. Ex-service
man, married, can furnish refer
ences. Olve mo an Interview. Ad
dress II. Lucas, Gen. Del. 10-11
WANTED Second hand sewing ma
chine In good condition, P. O.
Box 1076. 9-11
HELP WANTED Men or women.
Steady work the year round. Ap
ply a rowers' Packing & Warehous
ing Association, Incorperated: form
erly the Chelsea Lumber s Box Co.
Phone 40W. 8-tf
TOUNO MAN wishes private dancing
lessons. P. O. Box 1076. 9-11
WANTED A second hand wheel
barrow In good condition. 739
9th St. or phone 251W. 10-13
WANTED To rent or lease 4 or 5
room untarnished modem house.
Lawrence K. Phelps, care Houston
Jfc Phelps. . 23tf
WANTED to buy or .rent, single
horse and delivery wagon, with
harness. Apply Fruit Store, next to
Arcaae notei. 10-11
WANTED Limited number of stud
ents, expert Instructions In elec
tricity and moving picture operating.
20 years experience. Complete
training Vioo; plenty of positions.
Apply operator. Star Theatre.
8-11
WANTED Night cashier at The
Club cafe. 8-14
WANTED Bookkeeper and sten
ographer. Apply Acme Motor Co,
Phone 264. 4-tt
WANTED Battery repair man
Link River Battery Station. 7th
aad Klamath Ave. Phone 171.
8-11
MEN WANTED
Line no your Job for the winter.
We need twenty men now. Good
wages. Eight hours; steady work
BIO LAKES BOX CO.
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FOR RENT OR LEASE
FURNISHED ROOMS for rent, new
ly renovated, new bedding, hot
and cold water, bath, rates reason
able. Home Rooming House. Sleep
ing rooms only. 920 N. Klamath
Ave. 9-16
FOR RENT New store room, cor,
9th and Klamath Are. 66x108. J.
T. Ward ft Co.. S84 Main. 15-tf
LOST AND FOUND
LOST A small gold pin with blue
atone. Return to First State ft
Savings Bank. Reward. 10-13
LOST 30 Government rifle, In case
somewhere between Steel swamp
ranch and Klamath Falls. 120 re
ward If returned to The Smoke,
Klamath Falls. 10-11
FOUND Tire and im. Call or
write 324 N.-llth St.. Identify
same and pay for ad. 10-12"
LOST Fishing rod, walnut hand
made handle, between Diamond
lake aad Fort Klamath. Reward If
returned to O. F. Trimble, 1107
Waatland avenue, Klamath Falls.
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LOST Long gold broach pin with
i sets. Return Hot springs notei
na receive reward
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A classified Ad will sell It.
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MISCELLANEOUS
Furniture and housohold goods
packed and crated. Expert work.
Douglas, 60 4 Main St. 10-14
PIAXO LKSSO.Vtt
Mrs. Osborn, pianist at tho Mon
dale theatre, will take a clqss In
music. Jnqulro at box offlco ot Mon
dalo theatre. 9-15
PHONE PEYTON for wood 635
LADY BARBER SHOP Now open
at Chlloquln, Oregon. 38-11
CITT GARBAGE When you want
garbage removed call 10F-23.
Mattresses mado over llko new.
Furntturo upholstering and repair
ing. Douglas; 60 H Main St. 10-14
TO MY FRIENDS AM) PATRONS
I will leavo for Chicago Sunday
morning, Sept. 12th, to tako a spec
ial course In Oral Surgery and dis
eases of tho mouth. I expect to re
turn about Oct. 10. Dr. Fred West
crfold wilt take care ot my practice
during my absence. Dr. W. A. Loon-
ard. 10-111
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But there's also a lot of news
In this paper If you know
where to look for It about
our affairs.
That's the part of tho nows
you'll find In the Advertise
ments. There's valuable nows
there about things you want or
will want; perhaps about things
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SIMPLEX CREAM
SEPARATORS
for the practical dairyman.
Light running and close
skimming.
For Sale by
GILT EDGE CREAMERY
COMPANY
Phone 381 J 202 Main St.
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EVERYTHING TAXABLE
ASSFED. AUSTRIA
VIENNA, Aug. 22 (lly Mall) In
Its effort to find ft solution ot Jts fi
nancial difficulties, tliu municipality
ot Vienna Is resorting to taxations
not approached In any country dur
ing the war. As a first step It has
raised tho deposit of gas consumers
from between 100 und 300 crowns
to S.000 crowns per meter. No In
terest Is paid on this deposit,
Tho now schedulo of taxes contem
plates a levy on practically every
rt n 1 1 y nctlvlty. There wilt bo n tax
of 2 per cent on all salaries of em
ployes to bo paid by the employers.
Hotel looms are taxed 20 per cent,
and n graded tax Is levied on apart
ments to bo paid by tho occupant. On
apartments renting tor 3,000 crowns
a month the tax will bo three times
tho rent. If more than onu domestic
servant Is employed tho employer
must pay a high tax on each addi
tional servant.
Ton per cent en tho customer's
bill In a restaurant, un occupational
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About Other People-
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and About You
There are two kinds of news in the paper. Part of
the newt is about the affairs of, other people; their
sayings, doings and goings to do; things that have
happened may happen didn't happen.
Every Advertisement carrlos
i messago to someone.
Many Advertisements carry
messages ot Interest or value
to you.
You can't affordto miss the
Advertisements , because so
many of thorn are news relating
directly to you or to your
affairs.
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Murphey Feed & Seed
HOT WATER FOR
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HEADACHES
Telia why everyone thould drink
hot water with phosphate
ia It before hcoaafaet
Ilondachoa are caused by nuto-in
toxlcatlon which means solf-polsou-Ing.
I.Ivor and bowel poisons rallod
toxins, sucked Into tho blood oxclto
tho heart which pumps' tho blood so
fast that It congest In tho smnltor
arteries and veins ot tho head, pro
ducing violent, throbbing pain and
distress, called headache. Von lie
coma norvouii, despondent, sick, fov
erlHlt and inlnornlilo, your meals sour
and almost nnune.itu uu. Thon you
resort to nrulaullld, aspirin or tlm
bromides, which temporarily rellovn
hut do not rid the lilooil of theso Ir
ritating toxins.
A glass of lint water with a tea
spoonful or limestone pliosphnto In
It, drank befnro hronkfasl will not
only wash those poisons from your
system and euro you ot heartncho,
hut will cleanse, purify und freshen
tho alimentary rnnal.
Ask your pharmacist for ft quarter
pound or lliueslonu phosphate. It Is
Inexpensive, harmless a sugnr.
If you aren't feeling )our host. If
lontiuo Is contcU or you wnku m
with bad taste, foul breath or havo
colds, Indigestion, biliousness, con
stipation or sour, ncld stomach, be
gin the ptitisplmtod hot water cure
to rid your ) stout ot toxins and pois
ons. tax for rertulu farms nt scml-profes
slpnals and many Kinds ot new bus
iness licenses aro to lie Imposed,
About Sfi.ouo enumerators wilt be
employ-id next year In taking tho
decennial census In Great llrltaln.
Ilralllu characters are, of course,
read by the lingers, but one armless
blind man lias been taught In read
with his tongue.
In lllllbld, Filipino prisoners, both
men and women, are allowed a cer
tain number of cigarettes u day at
government expense.
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HAVK YOV INHtmHft YOUR KATfT
Fires navo caused moro property
losses thun havo boon caused by all
tho wars, storm, floods and other
agencies of destruction ot historical
record, Nothing Is Immuno from
destruction by fire, ovon though fire.
proof materials aro above, below, or
nil around It. Think how easy It It
to loso your hay crop through fire,
for hay la one of the moat combust
lblo properties you can think of,
Fire Insurance would be your only
protection against financial loss If
your hay crop should be destroyed
by fire. We offer you this protection
through the most rellablo Insurance
company In existence, Boa mo. Jas.
Drlscoll, Room 4, Loomls Building.
A classified Ad will soil It.
ROBERT S. FRY
(leitcriil Innurnnce, Investments
Tel. 501-J
1367 Esplanade
KLAMATH F.il.LH,,Oltl,'.
A classified Ad will sell It.
FOR SALE
Three stores, nil paying.
Location Al. Must sell
owing to other business.
See 1008 Main St.
Phono 480
lro Cream
729 Main Ht.
Candies
PASTIME
Alnutt ft Moodey, Prop.
, Cigars, Tobacco, Koft Drinks,
Peel and IlllllnnU
Harbor Shop In Connection
OUlt MOTTO
"Courtmy and Hervlre"
SOOTHING QUIETUDE FOR
ITS PATIENTS
Is ono of any hospital's biggest aseets
and the location ot this hospital
makes It especially desirable from
that viewpoint. Only abundantly
capable graduated nurses are em
ployed, aad this fact, added to ear
unequalled stsff et physicians aad
excellent hospital equipment Insures
our patients unsurpassed service.
STAFF
DR. E. D. JOHNSON
DR. O. II. MERRYMAN
DR. T. C. CAMPBELL
DR. GEORGE I. WRIOIIT
DR. E. D. LAMB
DR. II. D. LLOYD STEWART
Klamath General
Hospital
MINERAL BATHS
Dr. hfaad lacereeU Mawtoy
CedrofmeUe Physic!
First National Bank Building
Kntraaee, Room
ASHLAND, OREGON
ALL KINDS
of Ua aad sheet troa work, tea.
Utatls aad warm air heirttaej
doaa at the Shaaaon Plmahtaa;
Shop. No. loss Mala sH.
L. N. HAINES
Phone I
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Klamath'Bend Auto Stag
A ?"' to atee service la sow
,r!.tia tiWMa KUmath Vile
aad Bead. OSeos Rex cafe aad Met.
Pheae 176-W. 17.
Klaautk Dye Wrks
Phoae40t
OUR CLBANINO, PltassiNG ADD
MstPAIMNQ WILL afAKJI YOUR
,cunmm
LOOK LIKE NEW
MATS KMBLOOKHO
Goods Called for aad Delivered
4S1 Mala Street Klamath FaUs
Store
124:So. 6th St
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