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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 21, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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HERALD'S- CLASSIFIED COLUMN:
FOR SALE Real Estate
Fifty-five acres two miles from
town, with dwelling and outbultd
Jngs, $2,500, on very easy terms.
Pirn room houso and bath, InrRO
Jot, closo In, $3,000; ono-thlnl cash.
rivo room house ono Idock from
iU'hlto I'ollenn liolol, n ory Reed buy
nt 4,500, ',4 cash.
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Seven rooms nml aleeplng qorch
on eornor lot on paving, fine lev,
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
FBATHHit MATTRKSSnS--M n d c
from our fontlior bed. Ko.ith.or
clonned and atorllliod. Douglas CO i
Main St. 30-35
8KWINQ MACIIINK8 On easy pay
mnnts. Sowing mnehlnes and clock
skllUully cleaned and repaired. Work
cnllod for and dellvorud. Douglas,
60H Main St. 20-25
MATTi:sSi:s MADK OVi:it Kur
ulluro iiiiholiturlng, imeklng and
crating. Douglas CO i Main St.
FOR 8AM lito 191S Ford In Road
condition. Call 926 Wn nut nfler
C:00, evenings. 20-2.1
FOR HA1.K 4 months old thorough
A dandr homo of seven rooms. bred white I-oghurn pullets, $3.00
oncn. J. u. 1'ium. Jicwoei, mi.
furnaeo and garage, two larRo lots,
close In and beautiful view,
Furnished: terms. Sco this It ou
want a flno homo,
Four room house with bath,
91,500; with furnlturo, $1,S00.
4. V. MAC1UIKK A CO.
715 Main Street
FOR SAI.B About ISO feet of fho-
elRhths cable, 5 doten laying hens.
1C21 Manzanltn St., North end Mot
Springs addition. 20-33
FOR SA1.K 12 Threo months old
Whlto Leghorn pullots and ono
rooster. Tho lot for $25. C. D. Plum.
McDool, Cal. 20-25
C40 ACUB STOCK RANCH For sale.
Located in Modoc county. Califor
nia, C miles from Malln, Oro; $14
per acre. Good spring. Albert West.
Mnlln. Oregon. 20-25
FOR SALE Ry owner, 320 acres.
Including cattlo, horses, hogs nnd
sheep, thresher, tractor and all kinds
of farm ImplomenU; also crop. Can
be Irrigated by springs on placo; all
(or $100.00; two miles from Alge
ria. Stephen Horllhy. y-9
FOR SALE A few good lots on
pavement in a fast growing dis
trict; from T200 to $400. Lots with
in 4 blocks of Wnlte Pelican hotel
$300 up. Lots within a block of 6th
St. pavement $400 arid up. Lots on
State Highway Inside ofclty limits
$175 nnd up. Sco W. M. Montcllus.
with Klamath Development Co..
1303 Main St.. phone 1. 3-U
WANTED Helper for kitchen work;
woman who can sorve good home-
cooked meals preferred, white Pel
ican hotel 20-21
FOR SAI.K Ono 45 calibre Colt au
tomatic pistol. Rorcrnmcnt model.
Apply Ilox 41, Herald office.
FOR SALK At Fort Klamath. Ore.
36 dairy cows, 30 head of young
stock, 160 tons of hay. Also ranch
of 340 acres for rent. Address T. A.
Culbcrtson, Ashland, Oregon.
FOR SALK Lata modol 1920 Chev
rolet, run about 2,100 mjles; is
equipped, with shock absorbers, large
steering wheel, dash light, cut out.
extra tiro nnd tube. Weed chains nnd
spreaders, insured, first class me-
cnanicai condition, sco u. J. uoan
or Central Oarage. 16-21
FOLDING Ilaby buggy, almost new.
1:34 Lookout Ave.; phono 223W.
If you arc going to live In Klara
ath Falls this winter hero Is a snap
for you. Two Ono rooms all furnish
ed; every convenience, steam heat,
not and cold water, toilet and bath
and lights. In a brick building In the
heart or the city. Owner must go
away. Seo Thad Mcliattan at once.
Room 14 Loomls Bids. 8-tf
WANTED Stenographer capable of
taking dictation. Permanent po
sition. Salary One hundred Tlfteen
dollars per month. Box J. T. Her
WANTED Office desk.
Garage. Phone 378J.
WANTED One- moro student to
learn electricity and movinK pict
ure, operating. The man who learns
Is the man who earns. Sco Operator,
Star theater. 20-25
WANTED Ono or two men to fell
and buck Iocs and batch. Fnr
tiisncd cat:n free. O. Peyton.
WANTED A min to work in yard.
Call 730 Eleventh St 20-21
VANTED-lntclllRcnt woman to take
charge Vlal business in Klamath
Falls. Ilxporleneo unnecessary. Call
or write Mrs. L. M. Rohn, Baldwin
hotel, Klamath Falls. 18-22
WANTED A first-class groceryman
at the Cahh Grocery . 1,7-23
WANTED TO RENT OR BUY 5 or
G room house closo In. Address
H. C. Herald office. lStf
WANTED Womtn cook and choro
man for winter months. Inquire
Ivan Kllgoro, Langull Valley, Ore
HELP WANTED Men or women.
Steady work tho year round. Ap
ply" Growers' Packing Warehous
ing Association, Incorporated; form
erly the Chelsea Lumber & Box Co.
Phone 40W. 8-tf
WANTED To rent or lease 4 or S
room unfurnished modern bouse.
Lawrence K. Phelps, care Houston
Line up your Job for the winter.
We need twenty men now. Good
wages. Eight hours; steady work
BIO LAKES BOX CO.
BARNEY HATTUS, Write your sis
ter. Good news awaits you.
THE MILLER PHOTO Comvany Is
making a very attractive offer on
aetogrspas.. See their ad. 17-25
FOR SALE 1920 Reo, used' only 5
'months. Bargain If taken at
once. Box 47, Herald Office. 2-tf
Just the thing for a dray age busi
ness or for hauling farm produce;
four speeds, Paeantatle tires.
one to two tons capacity. Must sell
or trade. Earl Shepherd Music
FOR RENT OR LEASE
FOR RENT By the month, clean
front bed room for one or two gen
tlemen. 1121 McKlcIey. Phono
FOR RENT Bodroom at C12 Cali
fornia' Ave. 17-23
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Bay more, weight about
1100; branded MC on shoulder in
largo letters. Notify F. M. Cunning
ham, Klamath .Falls. Reward. 1311
LOST OR STRAYED Alrdule pup,
six months old. Left my home
Saturday, August 18. Wilt pn suit
able, reward for Information or his
return. Chas. I. Roberts, Roberts &
Hanks Hardware. 20-21
Get into the habit of drinking
glass of hot water before
Hottsecleaslng sad window washing
wasted. Lloyd Ramsey, 80S Main
St,5 aaeae SI9J. !-
FOR 8AUE Oae brand new 5-toa
tlecgfcss trsllsr. 8m Max Weiss,
Vtl) St, seer Swim Box Co. 80-tf
PpONss NDYTON for wood SIS
CITY GARBAGE Whea yon want
garbssje resaovd' call 10F-I3.-
Millions of folks batho Internally
now Instead of loading tliolr system
with drugs. 'What's an Insldo
bath"? you say. Well, it is guaran
teed to perform miracles according
to hot water enthusiasts.
There aro vast numbers of men
and women who, immediately upon
arising In tho morning, drink a glsss
of not water with a teaspooniui or
limestone phosphate In It. This Is a
very excellent health measure. It Is
Intended to flush tno stomacn, liver,
kldnes and Intestines of the previ
ous day's waste, sour bile and indi
gestible materlsl left over ia the
bodr which If not eliminated every
day, become food for the mllions of
bacteria which Infest tbe bowels, the
quick result Is poisons and toxins
which are then absorbed Into tbe
blood, causing headache, bilious st
acks, foul breath, bad tsste, coias,
stomach trouble, kldsey misery,
sleeplessness, Impure blood sad sll
sorts of ailments.
People who feel good one day and
badly tbe next, but who simply can
not get feeling right are urged to ob
tain s quarter pound of 'limestone
phosphate at the drug store. This
will cost very little but Is sufficient
to mako anyono a real crank on tho
subject of Internal sanitation.
CALLS GAME WHEN
TIDE RUNS HIGH
- SKATTLH, Sopt.-2r. TirivolciTi
kati, Alaska, tho baseball umplro
keeps ono oyo on tho gamo and tho
other on tho lido, reports Dirhl ltod-
Rtirs, thn not ml shipbuilder, who re
cently tlslted that yirlvhiK city. Tho
time o tho ImlJ Knm.11 llopondi mt tho
tide and It Is Imiiomllilo to piny ex
"When wo pnlorod Ketchikan,"
b.-.M Mr, lunlm'rn, "wo notleod n thin
Brand stand nt tho odo of tliu wntur,
fnclim Koavwinl, nnd wu touliln't flu-
ttrtuml Its purpose nt (hut. -Whim
tin) tldo mi oul, Hmvlim tint IiimicIi
In front of tho sliind mmintli nnd
lovol, n batiolmll loam iiiHiirnd iiiul
lii'Kim prncllrhiK. Then wo under-
stood, At IiIkIi tldo Um Hold Ih sov-
uriil tout iinilur water, but tit low tldo
rlt Iir nmifnrtfiWj1 "dry jffld iiuflieii "mi
uxiiilletit plnliiR nroiiml.
OH, YOU PETE:
P. S Jatt wrelt R.
J. Ktynoldt Tot. Co,
11 cujht ia htlp la
lip plctutt of Ihi
Ctmtl ptki(t flfht
alanf itt th bif
lurat ' Crar llkt
thltl mat Idttl
Remember Ratty Waters who tied tho dlsH
pan under Prof. Dunn's car at Princeton?
lie's more seriously inclined now sells high
grade bonds I Ran smack into Ratty as he
was hustling for his a. in. fodder with a
Camel cigarette perched between his lips and
looking as happy nsji turtle on a log I It's a
prc'tty art this opening up the morning
with a Camel t
Well sir, Pete, what Ratty rattled Into my
rafters would supply Camel selling stuff for
a year! "There s nothing to this cigarette
game but Camels," said Ratty. "Their mel
lowness is a revelation and I never did run
into such mildness in my life I And, when
you figure that Camels have ALL tho "body"
any smoker wants well, I just marvel that
such a cigarette could be made! Ever get
such refreshing flavor?
For instance, Ratty spread this: "Shorty,
I can't stand tho usual unpleasant cigarctty
aft'rtaste and unpleasant cigarctty odort
Camels are free from both! (100 per cent.
O. K Pete I) And, they never tire my taste I
When you pass by Camels you nave slipped
by your smoke signalsl
Tried to get Ratty to put some of that
sales talk on paper, but he camo back: "You
tell 'em, old kettle you've got the spout I
Pete, Camels won Ratty's favor like they've
won thousands of others! They'll win any
man who gives them a chancel
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Comfort Cleanliness Reasonable Rates
The Central Hotel
IN THESE DAYS OF HIGH PRICES THE
AVERAGE CITIZEN Will BE GLAD TO FIND A
PLACE TO LIVE THAT IS WITHIN HIS REACH
AND WHICH FURNISHES EVERYTHING THAT
HE COULD WISH FOR A GOOD BED, A CLEAN
ROOM, PERFECT VENTILATION. THESE YOU
WILL FIND AT THE CENTRAL HOTEL. SEV
ENTY ROOMS IN THIS GREAT HOSTELRY ARE
NOW READY AND THIS NUMBER IS BEING
ADDED TO AS FAST AS THEY CAN BE FIN
ISHED AND FURNISHED.
SPECIAL RATES MADE TO PERMANENT
ROOMERS. NO BETTER SPRINGS, MATTRBSS
OR BEDDING ARE MADE THAN THOSE FOUND
AT THE CENTRAL HOTEL.
J. J. KELLER, Mantg r.
It! P' '
A lulled iiu'otlim of tho Women's
MlMitlonary Hoclnty of tint Christian
('lunch will m hi'jd nt thn hojniiJif
Mrs. (I. A, Wirt. Thursday, ill I): no,
to initot Mrs lliilloy, dlnlrlrt fluid
workor from lliiijnno, mid Mrs. Htiv
itm, district siirntliiry from (1 nuitn
Pass All Indlos of thn church aro
Invited to In) imjomt
U- , L. J
A man !s 03 old nn his orr.nn 5 ho
can be no vigorous nnd huulthy at
70 us nt 35 ir ho aliln his organs in
Informing their functions. Keep
your vital organs healthy with
Tits woild's sundsrd tamady for kldnay,
llvtr, bUJJ.r and utlc scld ItoublM
sine IMScoirctsdlofdis stlmuUlN
vlul orfins. All drucsiiu, Ihrr ),
Lk ( Ik CM MM U
ROBERT S. FRY
(JnnTitl Inaurmiro, lntinirnta
KLAMATH KAI.IX, OltK.
Three stores, all payinp;.
Location Al. Mu.st sell
owing to other business.
See 1008 Main St
SOOTHING QUIETUDE FOR
la ono of any hospital's Wjmcit assets
nnd thn location of this hospital
makvs It oupitclally dmlrabls fross
that vluwpnlnt. Only abandantly
cainblo graduntrd nurses are ess
ployod, and this fart, added to oar
unaqaalled staff of pbyslelaas aa4
eici'llrnt hoapltal equlpmant Insares
our pntlunts unsnrpasMd aerrlce.
DR. B. D. JOHNSON
n. U. II. MKItnVMAN
HU. T. C. CAM I'll KU,
mt. GHOIIUB I. wnmiiT
nn. 1:. n. i.amii
1)11. II. D. I.I.OYD HTEWAUT
Dr. Maud IngcriMill Ilnwlejr
First National Unnk Ilulldlng
Rntranco, Room 6
of tia and sheet froa woifc.
tilatlnK ana warm air beaUag
done at tbe Miaaaoa Plassbiaa
Hliop. No. IOM Mala M.
L. N. HAINES
Klamath-Bcnd Auto Stag
A dally aato stage service U sew
oparatloi between Klasta rails
and Bead, OBees Res cafe sa4 Iteu
ronolltan Otrin. n 1 .t...
Phone 371-W. it-tf
LOOK LIKE NEW
Goods OaUed for and Delivered
4Ml Mala Street KlaraaUi Fall
Klanaih Dje Wirks
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Feed Your Chickens
l(lZ7:y- Hurphey Feed & Seed Store
124$o. 6th St
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