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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 26, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
,WANTED Heavy trucking ot any
Kind. Lumber, logging or grain
haallng. Can put trucka to work at
once. Long tlmo contracts prcfercd.
Trucka at cly camp grounds. C.
Chanor, general delivery. 81-28
HELP WANTHD Men or women.
Steady work the year round. Ap-
lr Orowera racklajc A Warehous
ing Assoclatloa, taeorperaTed: form-
rly the Chelsea bamber .imx uo.
Phone 40W. 8-tf
FOR SALE Real Estate
FOR 8ALB J-room bouse, furnaco
heat and garage. Phono J88-M or rail
1003 High St. 23-27
FOR SAUK-A tew good lots on
pavement ! a faat growlag dis
trict; from ?I0 to 1460. Lou with
la 4 block et WalteJPellcaa hotel
J too up. Lata wlthtaT block ot th
t. pavement aad ap. Lata oa
Bute Highway halite of city limit
175 and ap. Bee W. at. Montellos.
with Klamath DeTelopmeat Co.,
10S Mala 8U phoae 1. 1-tt
FOR SALK--Must sell at once my
5-room modern house on pared
street near new school. Cellar, lawn.
garden and garage. Center or city.
Bog D. D. Herald. 23-26
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN 181
by about 165 feet on Klamath Are
near river. Also ten acres of well
fenced potato or grain land adjoin
ing city. Inquire or Henry R. Janssen
464 Main St. 35-26
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
CEDAR FENCE IOST8 Extra largo
' 7-foot posts 35 per 100. Lake
aldo Lumber Co. 23-6
FOR SALE 65 head of good Ram
boulottn bucks; 40 head ot which
arc two year olds. Will sell cheap
If taken at once. Can bo sHn t my
place In tangcllv Valley. I. E. Kil
FOR SALI3 Piano, library table,
book oases, porch swing, ice box,
baby reed stroller, basket with mat
tress for bsby, mahogany pedestal.
Thor electric washer. Must' be sold
Immediately. Mrs. J. J. Stelger.
112C East street. ' 25-27
FOR BALK Small cook store. A
Franklin, Lewis St., West Side.
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Vote (or George Chastain
't HE STANDS
His election means for Klamath County an administration of county affairs
in which money will cease to be paid for attorneys fees and more money will be
available for road building; in which no money will be paid to private, detec
tive agencies and more money will be spent in school development.
If you as a taxpayer and voter stand for progress, how can you do other
wise than endorse the attitude shown by this extract from Mr. Chastain's
signed and published statement:
'"I hope to have an administration that will mean progress for tbe county, good
roads, schools and a careful business management of county affairs that will advance
the comunlty and reflect credit' on me and I do not feel that I can accomplish this if
I must always have the clanking chains of three courthouses dragging around with
me the carcase of an issue that ha .been too many long year unburled.
Feed Your Chickens "7t:y
FOR BALK White and Black Min
orca rooaters, everyono beauties.
Price $3 each. Write or aoe thorn at
Sonen Springs Ranch. , Mr. Ray
Frouor, box 73, llonama, Ore.
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FOR 8AM5 Chevrolet. A real bar
gain. Address P. O. bos 186:
WANTED A email, full-grown dog.
Must bo a rotriovor. CI., uhrln.
Algoma, Oregon. 23-30
WANTED Woman to do washing
by tho dayat Mrs. L. D. Parks
914 Grant St. 33-25-16
FOR SALE Ramboulllett rami
yearling rams that will shear 30
to 30 lbs. ot fine white wool. Will
sell one to carload. Prices right. F.
W. lferriu, Ashland, Oregon.
1 Hudson Speedster
1 Overland M 81.
1 Overland M 85 "4" touring
1 Stndebaker 6 cyl 7 passenger.
1 Maxwell Form A truck.
1 Bulck Six
1 Oldsmoblle track
1 Seven passenger Haynes.
Reo five paaaeogor touring.
Koo rive passenger sedan.
1 Seven passenger Hudson.
1 Flvo passenger Essex.
Samson 3-4 ton trucks.
ACME MOTOR CO.
SIXTH AND OAK
FOR SALE Welded gasoline tank,
with all fittings, 1075 gallons ca
pacity. Imperial garage.
TO RENT OR LEASE
ROOMS FOR "RENT 313
FOR SALE 140 head of fine wool
sheep, priced to sell. Davo Tur
ner. Langell Valley. 25-29
FOR RENT New. two room, fur
nished, plostored house. Inquire ot
R. E. Wilson. Klamath Falls Auto
c a. a. a -u. .w ..
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County Judge .
ON THE PLATFORM OF PROGRESS
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FOR RUNT Nicely turnlshod front
room, hath and phone. SIS N.
Ninth St, Hoforonco roqulrod, 3Stt
FOR RUNT A 3 room apartment,
also alnglo bed room. 813 Oak St.
FOR RKNT Nicely furnished front
room. SIS N. 9th St. 30tt
FOR LEASE 500 acres good pas
ture plenty or water, k. c. smith.
Poo Valley. 13-18
8ALE8MAN'3 POBITION OPEN. Our
trees In heavy demand and giro
satisfaction. Wrlto for contract and
Information Immediately. Salem Nur
sery Company, 428 Oregon Bldg.,
Salem, Oregon. 14-28
STRAYED Oct. IS, 1930, from
my place. 204 Michigan Ave. One
sorrcll horso with whlto face, three
years old. Had halter on. J. N. tluth-
rlo. I 23-37
CARPENTER, CONTRACTOR, re
pair work attended to. 1633 wall
FOR BALE One brand new B-toa
logging trailer. See Max Weiss,
6th Bt., Near Rwauna Box Co. 30-tf
PHONB PEYTON for wood 681
CITY OARBAOE When you want
garbage removed call 10F-33.
SHAMPOOING, MARCELL waving,
racial nuuaago and manicuring.
Appointments phono 4S0-M. 25-27
TURNER'S BAT1CS ARK STILL hot
and delivering results. Langull
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Probably on 6th St.. or old
Merrill road. Crank for Ovorlnml.
Phono 1S-F 13. 25-27'
LOST Handbag between Klnmnth
Falls and Kcno. Reward If return
ed to Frances L. Armstrong. Kin-
math Fans. 25-30
LOST Alrdalo pup. seven months
old. Left homo Friday afternoon.
Howard for his return. Chas. I. Hob-
oris, Koberts A Hanks Iturdware.
O. K. S. NOTICE
There will be a regular meeting of
Aloha Chapter No. 01. O. E. S. Tues
day. Oct. 26. 1920 at 7:30 p. m.
Initiation. Visitors welcome
BFFIE S. CHASTA1N.
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Anyono wishing a homo built and
have an nuto ito trnda ns part my
nyont. Tol. 347-W. SG-30
Tho St. Amies Hewing Society
meetit at the homo ot Mrs. John Ore
hor, Thursday at 1 o'clock, tho
guests ot Mrs. Cornish, All tho la-
llnd im r,nllnnl,til In pmilit tir,mnr,til
to purchase n dolt to dross tor the
TIKES ITS TO
Kat Ira, meat If you feel Hark
achy or luivo Bladder
Meat forma uric acid which ex
cite and ovorworks tho kldnoya in
their efforts to Alter It from tho
ijittera. Regular eaters ot meat
must flush tho kldnoya occasionally.
You must relievo them like you re
lieve your bowels; removing all the
acids, waste and poison, else you feel
t dull misery In the kidney region,
sharp palna In the back or Jlck head
ache, dlulneM, your atomach sours,
tongue Is coated and when the
weather Is bad you have rheumatic
twinges. Tho urine Is cloudy, full
ot sediment: tho channels often get
Irritated, obliging, you to got up two
or three times during the night.
To neutralise these Irritating
adds and flush oft the body's
urinous wasto got about four ouncos
ot Jad Salts from any pharmacy;
tako a tablespoonful In a glass of
water beforo breakfast for a fow
days and your kidneys will then act
fine and bladder disorders disa
ppear. This famous salts Is mado
from the acid or grapes and lemon
Juice, combined wjth llthla, and has
been ured for gonarntlons to clean t
and stlmulato sluggish kldnoya and)
stop bladder Irritation. Jad Salts
Is Incipenslvej hnrmle. nnd makes'
a delightful effervescent llthla-1
water drink which millions of men1
and women take now and then, thus
avoiding serious kldnoy nnd bladdor
WO YOU WAKE
UP DRINK GLASS
OF HOT WATEH
Wash poisons and toxin Iron
.system before putting
food into stomach.
Wash yourself on the Insldo before
breakfast like you do on tbe outsldo.
This Is vastly more Important be
cauio the akin pores do not absorb
Impurities Into the blood, causing
Illness, whifu tbo bowel pores do.
For ovory ounce ot food taken Into
the atomach nearly an ounco of
waste material must bo carried out1
t the body. If this waste is not
eliminated day by day It quickly
ferments and genoratcs poisons,
gasos aud toxins which are absorbed
or sucked Into tho blood slroam.
ihrouch tbo lymph ducts, which
should sqck only nourishment.
A splendid health measure, Is to
drlnlt, beforo breakfast each day, a I
glass ot hot water with n Uaspcon
ful ot llmcstono prosphato In It,
which SK a harmless way to wash
thoiu poisons from , the stomach,
liver, kldneya and 'bewels: thus
cleansing, sweetening and freshen
Ing the alimentary canal before cat
Ing more food. '
A quartor pound of limestone
phosphate costs but very Ilttlo bt the
drug store, but Is sufficient to make
anyono an enthusiast on Inside bath
is now open for business.
M. A. MANN
OREGON FIRE RELIEF
L. E. EMERY
Oeaernl Insaraace, Iavestateat
KLAMATH FAIX8, ORB.
i. C. CUtaWOKN
Civil Kactaaer aad Harveye
Office 117 Mata M.
Pkoaeai Oflo ISt, Me, ifatf
MurpheyFeed &. Seed Store "5
Home Cooked Meals
SHORT ORDERS AT
Mri. E. M. Bc.chdoldt
323 Main St.
Klamath Falls Cyclery
W. tiaiiilln nnw nnit rnhiillt mnlor
cycles nnd bicycles, also parts and
accessories. Unodyear, Ponnsylvanla
and Diamond Tires and Tubos are
nut IIha nttil llnrlnv.Dnvltlflnil flrtrv
loo, which spells Honest, Dopondnblo
C. K. 1II8MARK
IIS H. Slh Ht. Klawaati FaOa
327 MAIN STREET
Open 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. Huadaya
Dr. E. G. Wisecarver
Or. P. M. Noel
Hereath aad Mata Street
We Do AU Kaaaa el flarta Itiyalr.
lug New Oaee Made a OraW
AsJo HtTalghteaaas aad I
XL WOaUC OCaaUNTaatD 1
Y 1T sTIasaalk Ave. J
KX-HKRVica. tour, attbntioni
The regular meeting
of Klamath Poet No. I,
American Legion, will be
W held at, I o'clock p. ., at
the City Hall la Klamath Fall, aa
the second and fourth Taeedaya of
each month. All Comrades are la-
Those desiring to Jola the Poet
may secure application Dianas rrom
0. K. Van Riper, Fred Nicholson, or
1. O. Carnaaan. all of Klamath Falls.
FRBD NICHOLSON. Secretary
The only 'place where you
can get help and the only
place' where you can get a
1034 MAIN ST.
Phone 477-J '
NEW CITY LAUNDRY
"Put Your Duds
1 In Our Suds"
Corner Main and Conger
Proasft ferric aad Reasonable
Rata, also Saeetal Rates oa Oat
at Twwa Triy
,rfp Km WL J. E.
Re. Phoaa Ul-R 18S N. 4(h St.
Three stores, all paying.
Location Al. Must sell
owing to other business.
See 1006 Main St
aaaaaaataaa u !i...t ju-i u ui
Loomls Did, KlaHMek Falsa
DR. O. A. HAafBO
l o. o. r.
OOlco Phone 177W Res 17TR
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
Physlrtaa and Rargeoa
Klamath rails Oregoa
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
Office and Residence
I. O. O. P. Temple
rilYRICIAN AND HUROMON
Rooms 1 aad
DR. T.C CAMPBELL
PIIYHICIAN AND HUItaKOV
I. O. O. F. Ilalldlng
Residence White Pelican Hotel
Residence Phone S.
DR. L. L. TRUAX
WAltRKN HUNT IIOHPITAL
Itny Phone, 497 Night Phone, B
HAW Ml LI, IC.VGINKKIUNd A
Designers nnd bnlldrr of mod.
ern saw milts, planing vwtll aad
not plants. Dredging. Pile driving.
Office t'lH-nc-r Harlns aad Oak
Nrar 8. P. Depot
I am aow prepared to rarnlia
Shasta Band from th Hoey, Cam.,
sand aad gravel pit, la aay quantity
that may be desired by contractor
AL r. Q RAH AM.
Let Your GLASS troubles
C. E. STUCKEY
Re-Glazing and Cabinet
Eleventh and Pine
Klaaatk Lodge No, 1ST
L O. a Ft
Meets Friday night ot each week at
I. O. O. F. ball, 6th and Main streets.
II. H. Oilo, N. O.; W. O. Wells, Sec
retary;, W. D, Cofor, Treasurer.
Kwauna Kncamomont No. 41. I. O.
O. F., meeta Tuesday night of each;
weex at i. o. o. r. nan. iiarry
Loucks, O. P.: W. D, Cofer, Scribe J
Fred Buealng, Treasurer.
THE ARCADE HOTEL
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The place wtth boas eeaaforta,
cUaallaese, aleaty el fraaa at
aad aa iaatd
Kverythiac aew froas toy
bottsai aad rata to
DR. & A. MASSEY
roBfth a4 Mm Ms.
la Warm Haat BerflUI fr
Off. Phoaa 417 Rea. Phoae MM
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