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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 13, 1920)
(WBBNIMDAr, OCTOBER IS, 1M
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
AVANTED To rent piano for winter.
Phono 366. . . .. 13-1G
(WANTED Man m salesman who
will appreciate an opportunity tor
Advancement and who wanU work.
A splendid chance for tho right per
son. 719 Main street. . 11-16
.WANTKD COOK at Warren Hunt
hospital, rinin cooking, wages sw
per ninnth-and rantntenncc. Start at
onco. Apply now to Dr. Warren Hunt
at tho hospital offlco, 4th and l'lno
WANTED -To rent or bur fur-
Isticd house threo to flro rooms.
Box 42, Herald office. 11-13'
HBL.P WANTKD Men or women.
Steady work the roar round. Ap
ply Growers' Packing A Warehous
ing Atinnrlatlni, Inrnmnrated: form-
erly the Chelsea Lumber ft Box Co.
Phone 40W. -
WANTED 18 or JO h. p. boiler,
Must be In good condition. Kla
math Dye Works. T-1J
WANTED tock to pasturo. Altai
fa pasture. Phone, 1ST 11. 7-13
FOR SALE Real Estate
TIOOO This la a snap. Oood modern
6-roora house. Oarago, basement.
flno location aad view, large lot. $600
cash aud (CO per month.
$4200 Very pretty homo closo In. 5
room modern. Oarage, tine lot.
Oood terms. v
14G00 A good home or Investment
paying over 21. 9-rooms com
pletely furnished, close In, on pave
ment. Rented at $80 per month. Can
you beat It. $1200. Let me show you
this. Two big lots, nnd good 3-rootn
house. $400 cash and $40 per month.
A. A. BELLMAN & CO.
406 MAIN ST.
FOR SALE-r-Oreen home 20 by CO
feet with 'growing flowers, several
hundred carnation! aad chrysanthe
mums all la bud and bloom, several
doxen rose bashes all bet ring besides
ferns, geraniums, etc. Good four
room house with two largo porches,
two tots tor garaeaing. musc sen on
account ot 'poor health. Klamath
Floral Co. 1164 East Main street.
FOR (SALE A, few good lots on
pavement hr a fsst growing dla
trlct; from". me to $400. .Lots with
in diocks oi vvniie reucaa noiei
$300 up. Lots within a block ot tn
St. pavement 1400 and as, ' Lots oa
Bute Highway Inside of ctty limits
$175 and up. See W. M. Moatellas.
with Klamttk Developsseat Co..
1103 Main BCvhone 1. 2-tf
FOR SALE Chevrolet Bug. 1918
' model, four brand new tires, new
body fine mechanical condition
$525. One Chevrolet light truck 1919
model good tires, A-l condition $575.
Call 416 Michigan Avenue. 12-13-14
FOR SALE Ford car In good shape,
with about $135 extra parts, at
reasonable price. 449 Michigan Ave.
FOR SALE 1920 Reo, used only 5
months. Bargalu if taken at
once. Box 47. Herald Office. 1-tf
FOR SALE Ford car. Good condi
tion. Easy terms. Phone 188 or
823 Pine. . 9-l
FOR 8ALE 16 ton Indiana! truck.
good condition. A real bargain.
Might consider terms. 8ee C. H.
Underwood, at Underwood's Drag
, l' Hudson Speedster
1 6tudebakcr 4 touring car
1 Overland M 81.
1 Overland M 85 "4" touring
1 Studebakor C cyl 7 passenger.
i Maxwell Form A truck. Q
NEW CARS , .
1 Bulck Six - .
1 Oldsmobile truck
1 Seven passenger Haynes. v
Reo five passenger touring..'
Reo five passenger sedan.- '
1 Seven passenger Hudson.
1 Five passenger Essex. ,
Samson 3-4 ton trucks.
ACME MOTOR CO
SIX'jII AND OAK
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
MUST SELL AT ONCE. Leaving
town. Baby buggy, nursery chair,
and blgb chair, 12 gauge shotgun;
1917 model Ford auto. Cheap and
terms. Inquire 730 Ninth street
FOR SALE Furniture consisting of
dining room, bedroom and living
room furniture, 1 range, 1 beater,
etc.:, O. L. Keller, 1801 Esplanade
or pfcoae 441. '- . 12-14
FOR BALE Qaylord plaao. 401 Wal
nut m. n-ifl
FOR SALE At a bargain, motor
. boat In first class condition. See
Daraall at Central OutTlttlng. 11-13.
FOR BJfLK Pure bred Duroc pigs.
Doth sexes. Was.. F. JINNBTTB,
Merrill, Ore. 11-15
red Your Chickens "SgsC
J FOR SALE Ono good Jorsoy cow.
ucti nil m 1.11U jonnson avo. 7tr.
POTATOES UY THKSACK. Mills &
KOR SALE Welded gasoline tank.
wuh an uuings. 0T gallons ca
paclty. Imperial garage.
run BAi,r, tfamnouiiielt rams
yeaning rams mat will shear SO
to 30 lbs. of ftno whlto wool. Will
sell ono to carload. Prices right. K.
W. Horrtn, Ashland, 'Oregon.
TO RENT OR LEASE
HOOM KOIt RENT for gentlemen.
i-nraiu Home, neat, bath. Phono
UNFURNISHED ROOM FOR RBNT.
sua walnut Arn., rpr th mt
STORAGE ROOM TO RENT. Geo. L.
liowmsn. 616 Broad St. 11-18
TO RENT Front bedroom for
gentloman only. 1109 Pine St.
FOR PAPER HANQINO AND PAINT
ING call Langhtoa 471 W. Paper
hanging a specially. 11-14
BARNEY HATTUS, Write roar sis
ter. Good news awaits you.
FOR SALE One brand new 5-ton
logging trailer. See Max Weiss,
6th St.. Noar Ewauna Dox Co. 30-tt
PHONE PEYTON for wood 535
CITY GARBAGE Whea you want
garbage removed call 10F-23.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST A small black note book,
Namo ot owner tnsido. Finder tel'
cphone 240-M. 12-14
IOST One sailor's bag name Inside
F. U. .Cain, botween Merrill and
Klamath Falls. Leave at Merrill Gar
age, Merrill Ore. 11-15
LOST One leather gun caso on Hill
Road. Finder please roturn to
Herald office. 1-15
Take notlco that the partnership
consisting of R. S. Van Meter and
K. C. Smith doing, business as farm
ers in Poo Valley, has been dissolv
ed, by tho retirement ot the under
signed. Property rights have not
been divided In severalty, and are
not affected, but no new purchases
or contracts can be.mado In future to
bind tho undersigned.
Dated this October 5th. 1920.
R. S. VAN METER.
WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO.
Exclusive election news service for
clubs or private gatherings. Inquire
of Msnsger. 624 Main St.
Episcopalians, who are strangers
In the city may get la tomen wiu
felr church's nctlvltle. by calling
Mrs. 8. E. Martin, president or Mrs.
Frankfort, secretary of the'St. Paul's
Episcopal Guild. 11-13
Notice Is hereby gives that sealed
proposals will be received by the
Board of Directors ot the Langell
Valley Irrigation District or Kla
math' County, Oregon for the con
struction of the Irrigation ditches
and-works of-the-ClearLake Di
vision ot said District according to
the plans and specifications approv
ed by the Bosrd of Directors and
which are now on file at the office
ot the Engineer of the District who
Is Mr. C. T. Darley at No. 100 Fourth
Street, Klamath Falls, Oregon.
Said proposals will be received up
to the hour of 2 o'clock in the after
noon of the 16th day of October, A.
D. 1920 at the office of the Board
of Directors of said District which Is
No. 16 Loomls Building, Klamath
Proposals are desired on a basis
of acceptance ot tho Bonds ot said
District at par.
Bidders may submit proposals for
a single schedule, sny combination
of schedules, or all schedules as they
Each proposal must be accompan
ied by a certified check amounting
to $C00.00 for each schedule bid
upon payment to the Secretary ot the
Langell Valley Irrigation District
a guaranty that the bidder will.
If successful, promptly aexecute a
satisfactory contract and furnish a
good and sufficient bond as herein
The successful bidder will be re
quired to deposit a satisfactory bond
la the amount of 35 ot the eon-
iraei price conouioaea ibbi ne or
they will faithfully perform said con
Bids to' be opened October ltth.
1910 at the hour of 8 o'clock p. m.
The Board ot Directors reserve the
light to reject sny or all bids nl
satisfactory- to the Board of Direc
tors. A. L. WISHARD
Secretary Langell Valley Irrigation
or Klamath County. Oregon.
PALMIST AND FORTUNE TELLER
Tells Your Past, Present and Future, and will ! j
help you in your life. Tells you of your business. ; ;
This wonderful lady will answer any question
tnat you want to Know ana una out.
Two questions go with each fortune.
TELLS YOU OF YOUR LOST LOVERS AND
Extra Questions Extra Charges
805 MAIN STREET
notice to nmnF.iw
Sealed proposals wilt bo received
ttt-tho-offltu u ftlio County Clorfc of
Klamath County, Oregon, until 2
o'clock p. m., October 25. 1920, for
the construction ot a steel brldgo at
Length ot spans 75 rt.; roadway
16 ft. wide. Live load "capacity. 1600
lbs. per lineal toot. Dead load ca
pacity, 600 lbs. per lineal foot. Steol
Joists 8 lines. 7 Inch by 16 Inch, I's,
The contractor Is to furnish all tho
steol for the superstructure, also tho
necessary graphite paint for ono field
coat. All of the ateel shall bo painted
before being shipped.
The County will hsul all the mate
rials furnished by the contractor
from the railroad at Olene station to
tho brldgo silo at Olene. Tho County
will construct all abutments and
furnish all tho lumber tor the floor
and railing and tho necessary hard
ware for tho placing the same, alt at
tho bridge site at Olene.
Bridge to bo finished on or boforo
January 15, 1921. Flvo per cent of
the amount ot bid to, accompany.
County reserves the rlg'ht '.o reject
any and all bids.
For particulars address C. II. V)o
Lap. County Clork, Klamath Falls,
NOTICE TO lUDDKRH
Sealed proposals will bo received
at the office of tho County Clerk of
Klamath County, Oregon, until 2
o'clock p. m. October 25, 1920, for
the construction of a Timber Bridge
at the Galo ranch in-Langell Valley,
This work requires the plnclng of
approximately 24.820 Ft. II. M. ot
timber. 1100 Lin. Ft. ot TImbor pil
ing and the placing ot 5 cu. yds. ot
Bridge to be finished on or beforo
November 25, 1920. Five por cunt
of tho amount ot bid to accompany.
County reserros the right to reject
any and all bids.
For particulars address C. R. Da
Lap, County Clerk, Klamath' County,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the County Court of the State ot
Oregon, in and for Klamath County,
In the Matter of the Estate of
James Phillips, Deceased.
Notice Is herebr given that tho un
dersigned hss been duly appointed
administrator ot too estate of James
Phillips, deceased, by the County
court or tno state or Oregon for
Kiamain uouniy, and an persons
having claims against said estate.
are aereoy directed to present same
witn proper vouchers, verified, to
said administrator at the Law Office
ot Onelll aad Irwin, Klamath Falls,
uregoa. wunin sis months from the
data ot tola notice.
Administrator of the' Estate
'of James Phillips. Deceased.
Dated. Klamath Falls. Orecon.
September 16, 1120.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice Is hereby given that th
undersigned has been duly appointed
administrator of the estate of John
B. Griffith, doceased, by tho County
Court of tho State of Oregon, for
Klamath Coanty and all persons hav
ing claims against said estate, aro
hereby dlroctcd to present samo to
said administrator at tho Law Office
or.ueo. Cbastaln. Klamath Fall.
lureson, amy venuod, within six
montns rrom tho date of this notlco.
Dated October 1st, 1920.
W. E. GRIFFITH
Administrator of the estate of
John B. Gilftlth, deceased.
Call 424 J for taxi service. 8-15
ALTAR SOCIETY MEETINO
A meeting of the Sewing Society
oioacrea neari cnurcn win be held
at the home of Mrs. John Dreher
inursosy afternoon. A full attend.
anee is requested. 12-13
Bids Will be reMlrari iinMI Ralnr.
day, October 1, 1920, for supplying
u corns 01 iour-iooi oody wood, to
be delivered and corded at the new
building for Sacred Heart Aenitamv.
corner of Eight and Jefferson streots.
runner particulars may be had from
Rer. Father Minhnli ciiht ..
JOHN DREHER, Chairman.
JOE M'GILL CATCHES
WHALES IN NET
SEATTLE, Wn., Oct. 123. "De
luga Joo" Mctllll, said to u tho only
whaler In tho world who catches his
whales from tho shore, Is having n
successful season at his station at
tho mouth ot tho Beluga river. Cook
Inlet, Alusku. Recently tho stuumvr
Admiral Wnison brought two cur
loads of whalo oil and half a carload
ot whalo skin to Seattle from the
Whales aro caught at tho Beluga
station by a net, according to Alas
kans who havo Inspected tho pluitt.
Tho net, 1000 yards loug, Is stretch
ed across tho mouth ot the river,
with its bottom anchored. Across the
top runs a huso. When the tldo Is
coming In, McUitl fills tho hosu with
wincr, sinking tho nut, and unublltig
the whales to swim Into tho river.
When tho tide Is full, air Is puiupud
Into tho hosu, bringing tho net to
tho surfuce nnd preventing thu
w link's from leaving with thu reced
ing tides. Tho whales find themselves
stranded and easy victims.
Tides at tho rlvur run about 30
feet In height. Thu whales caught
are ot tho Beluga or whlto variety.
They run from 15 to 25 feet In
SALES ,IN S.()ILl.li:.N
TOKIO, Sept. 13. (Correspond
ence of the Associated Press) With
the objoct ot preventing tho s.ilo ot
property In Saghallen of tho former
Kulnn government and tho grant
ing ot concessions to foreigners.
I.leutcnant-Cencral Koklmn, tho com
mander ot Uiu Japanese forco which
is occupying Russian Saghallen, has
Issued a proclamation, says the Nlch
Inlchl, donylng the rights ot Russian
officials to so dlsposo ot property or
concessions during tho term of the
Japanese occupation. Tho newspapers
claims that Russian officials In Sa
ghallen have been trying to sell to
foreigners, not Japanese, as many
mines, forests and other concessions
as possible since tho Japanese mili
tary occupation began. Instructions
Issued to Russian off Heals say I hut
their authority Is not rocognlrvu ar
extending beyond July 3.
A more general proclamation
Issued by Lleut.-Gceneral KoJIma
ssys that tho Japanese occupation
was a result of the Nlkolslevsk mas
sscro and that the occupation will
continue until a satisfactory settle
ment has been made with n proper
Take Salts to flush Kidneys aad
Kidney and Bladder weakness re
sult from urlo acid, snys a notod
authority. The kidneys filter this
acid from the blood and pass It on
to the bladdor, whore It often re
mains to Irritate and Inflamo, caus
ing a burning sensation, or setting
up an irritation at the neck of the
bladder, obliging you to seek relief
two or threo times during tuo nigni,
The sufferer Is In constant dread,
the water passes sometimes with a
scalding sensation and Is very pro
fuse: again, there is dimcuity la
. Bladder weakness, most folks call
It, because, they csn't control urina
tion. While It It extremely annoy
ing and sometimes painful, this M
really on of the most simple all
meats to overcome. Get about four
oances of Jad twits from your phar
macist aaa take a tauiespooniui ia
a glass of wster before greakfast,
contlase this for two or three days.
This will aeutrallze the acids In the
urlao so It so longer Is a sburce of
irritation to the bladdor and urinary
orgaaa which thea act normally
Jad Salts Is Inexpensive, harm
less, aad Is made from the acid of
grapes and lemon Juice, combined
IF K DNETS AND
Murphey Fed & Seed
SOOTHING QUIETUDE FOR
Is one ot any hospital's biggest assots
nnd the location ot this hospital
makes It especially doslrnlilo from
that viewpoint. Only abundantly
ra'pable graduated nurses are em
ployed, ana this fact; added to out
unoqaallod) staff ot physelaaa aad
excellent hospital equipment Insures
our patients unaurpaasod aorvlca,
, DR. B. D. JOHNSON
DR. O. H. MERRYMAN
DR. T. C. CAMPBELL
DR. OEOIMH I. WRIGHT
DR. E. D. LAMII
DR. ll.p. LLOYD STEWART
Klamath Dye Works
OUR CLEANING, PRESSING AND
ItEPAUUNO WILL MAKH YOUR
LOOK LIKE NEW
Goods Called for and IJttlveresI
481 Mala Htrwt Klamath Falls
Klarnath-Bend Auto Stag
A dally auto stage sorvlce Is now
oporatlng liotwimu Klamath Falls
and Bend. ORIcos Hex cafe and. Met
rfli'i'lltan Onraco. . C. I. Rockard
Phono 27S.W. 17-tf
with Itthla, and Is usod by thousands
ot folks who aro subject to urinary
disorders ruusud by urls acid Ir
rltnllon. Jad Salts Is splendid for
Itldnoys and causes no bad offocts
Hero you havo a pleasant, effer
vescent llthta-wutcr drink, which
quickly relloves bladdor trouble
!" off on nil men's Mnckln.iws
w eaters woolon shirts- under-!
wear Gloves at K. K. IC. store's '
Harvest sales. 11-10 1
PMRRWMANCE, COUNTS 1
Owners of MACK Trucks are assured the
value of their investment is protected. Pros
pective owners are notified there is no indica
tion of any decline in MACK prices. "
W positively guarantee there "wilT be no
reductions-in the prices of MACK trucks for
six months at least.
Present prices of MACK trucks represent
an average increase of only 15 per cent since
During the same period MACK truck pro
duction has increased 900 per cent
If it were possible to manufacture MACK
trucks so as to make them any better that would
be done regardless of price. QUALITY is. the
most important factor considered in MACK
trucks prices the least
J. H. Garrett & Son
Dr.1 Loii C Bridget
10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 6 p. m.
Ill 5th St, Suite 105
Over First State Bavlags Baak
Dr, Maad lngersoll Hawley
First National Baak Ralldtag
duaa at the Saaaansi Plasnl
Shop. No. IMS Mala sK
L. N. HAINES
A CUnstfled Ad will soil It.
Cnll 424 J for taxi sorvlce. 8-1S
Not only hss sclonco limitation's,
but when pitted against love mnUi
er lnv It can only flguro In a hope
lessly Inferior position 'Thu Fortuno
Teller." tho Itobnrlson-Coln Super
Special starring Majorle llambnau,
the gnmt cmatlonnl actress, proves.
The photo-play, directed by Albert
Cnpellnnl, and considered one of tho
finest stories over filmed. Mill bo
shown ut the Liberty Wednesday