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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 1, 1920)
MONDAY, NOV. 1, IMS. t'
Vm EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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Kuppenheimer Clothes at K. K. K. Store
You Will Find That
K ' i
'' Clothes are more than style, tailoring and fabrics. They are an invest-
ment in good appearance, a truly American good clothes.
You cannot get the same thing in any other clothes
K. K. K. Store
Main Street, Near 7th
Leading Clothiers and Hatters
' XOT1CH4 OF KIHAIj ACCOUNT
Iu the Comity Couit of the Statu of
Oregon (or the County of Klamath.
la the Matter of the Kstate of
George McDoaatd, Deceased.
NOTICK IS HERERT QIVES to
the heln, creditors and alt other par
ties Interested in said estato that on
October 2, I20. I filed my final ac
count of my administration rf said
estate In Ike above entitled Conrt
and that Cosjrt has fixed the Clh day
ot November. 1120. at the hour of 2
o'clock s. as. of said day as the Usse.
and the Ceertroom ot the Connty
Court of Klamath County In the
Courthouse In said County as the
place, for the hearing ot objections
against te allowance of said acount
JAMBS A. MCDONALD.
Executor of the Last Will and
Tosfr and ot the Estate
NOTICK OK GUARDIAN'S HAI.K
Falls. Klamath County, State ot '
riitit.t tki . . nii..tB
In the County Court ot the Stale .-i'-""' -"" :Xuv"Si A' """""
or uregon in ine county oi ruamain.
WILSON SIIKIMIEIU) WILEV,
Which A million dollars for roads
or unother courthouse I
In the Malter of the Estate and
Guardianship ot Wilson Sharpies
Wiley, a Minor.
State of Oregon. County ot
Pursuant to an order, made by the
Honorable County Judge ot Klamath
County. State ot Oregon, dated 25th
day ot September, 1120, notice is
hereby given that the undersigned
will sell, at orlvate'sale for cash or
credit, at Odd Fellows' Building. I WORM GREATEST
Klamath Falls, Oregon, on or after I'lirvaolofcNt, Medium ami I'alniUt
first day ot November. IS 20. the fol-
lowing 'described rest property ot ... lho ...- Iu , .uli nBt.
STATE-WIDE TELEPHONE SERVICE
Wilson Sharpies Wiley, a miner:
Lots 8. t and 10, in Block 38.
Hot Springs Addition, and Lot 25.
Btoek 17. Second Railroad Addi
tion, all la the City of Klamath
Our stock of windshield 'glass is complete.
We put them in while you wait.
For quick service in glass work call us up.
Winddwvglass in all sizes constantly on
w - hd. - -
Lakeside Lumber Co.
Rowing at the.
MASS MEETING TONIGHT
We have opened our theatre tonight for a public
Mats Meeting, "when any ot the county Issues ot the
coming election will be discussed. Any candidate or
representative, regardless of party, will be accorded
the privilege ot speaking, and courteous treatment will
be extended to all.
Terwilliger t& Patrick
thing )ou waul to kuuw, can ad
vise business men and working
men what line of business or work
will be most likely for thera and
what part of the world will be
mure successful for them. The ma
il urn will tell ou how to find at
good position and how to bold lt.
She does not tell lo please you, hut f
gives only true advice on ouslness
and family affair, courtship and
marriage; tells the naniu of )uur
future husband or wife; how to
win the one you love. She advises
how to bring the separated togeth
er, and makes happiness In your
home; tells. In regard to your ab
sent friends; she tells yon what
business jou.aro adapted for. when
to speculate and where to locate,
and how to avoid nil trouble. She
tolls you the secrets of being hap
py and successful In anything you
take In hand If you are worrlml
or discouraged, consult Madam
at once; her adtlco will remove all
obstacles S3S Pine St, Corner ot
Ctb, next to Perkins furniture
store, one block from Main. Ilamel
Apts. Apartment 1. Hours 10 a. m
to 9:30 p. m, 1-13
I NEW TODAY I
LOST Sack ot sugar, between
l.ewls' Grocery and Nltschelm
tiros, ranch. Call 14 F-l. 1-2
LOST Red mitten
Leave at Smoke.
FURNITURE UPHOLSTERING. Mat
tresses made over. Feather mat
tresses made from your feather bed,
feathers renovated. Furniture pack
ed and crated. Clocks, sowing rata
chines and phonograph's repaired.
Douglas 127 N. Fourth St. Phone
Our i' fieri uri lonstuntly directed to the extension and Improvement Of
"stutu-wldu" telephone snrvlte. I-argp slid small communities urr rfVBendrnt upon
each other, commercially uml socially Ct-od ti . phone equipment In Inn rltli
and towns of Oregon, with good construction and well maintained "long dlstaticn
pole lines and wires between, mean lliclr iiiutusl ronvvnlencu and prullt.
Tht- value of any telephone Is proportionate to the number of other telephones
which muy ln connected with It In Oregon Ihern are approilmatrly 13k,UU0
telephone colinrrlrd with our system. Ideal telephone snrvlro means lln prompt
cnne tlon of any one of these with any other and the lean p sslble lou In strvngth
and distinctness In the conversations that follow.
Our entire plant Is engineered and constructed with the objicl of rendering
a satisfactory "slote-wlde" servlre sliRlrleiil In facilities avallabln and with lhe
facilities emclently maintained. For this purpose the telephone equipment must
be better, locul and trunk wires must be of proper site and I)m, and central of
fices and switchboards must hate additional apparatus lo a commodate anil rare
for the long distance circuits.
llcfore the troubled period of the war we always alined lo maltiluln "spare"
nr reserve plnnt that Is, plant ahead of Immediate needs, thus Insuring prompt
uml more satlsfurrr rompllunce with demands for servlre an they arose. During
the war tills reserve wus exhausted 'ns lho materials we use were required and
property tukt-n by the (Internment and these industries given priority consideration,
With the reconstruction period, us Is the case with all other line of business,
our problems huvu continued to an unexpected degree. We ure stilt hampered by
shortage of materials and delayed deliveries.
We real lie the requirements of our long distance patrons. We hiiw com
prehensive and well denned program designed In provide additional toll circuits
sufficient to meet the present and constantly growing demands.
The Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company
t o..r. - i ....... I
r imi OAi.r iwu kihju limit cuwbm
80 apiece call at 1 ' S. Hflhli,, ,mr n,.w qgrlrM, t,,at wo have
St., opposite chamber of commorce. 'decided to reserve the swimming pool
"3 Ia, ImllMM nnlv nn Woflnnilnv innrli.
Ings from 8.30 to 11:30, ns long as
FOR 8AUS Iarge fluff rug, size
12x13, slightly used. Douglas
127 N. 4th street. Phono 19il-W.
the ladles give us sufficient patron-
HOT SPRINGS I1ATH HOUSE.
FOR SALE A canary. 701
thi.2 WANTED Smiill grocery business.
) Cash, llox 13-D. Harnld office. 1-2
WANTED One swamper, one team-
stor for logging Job. Call 2003 Vine WANTED 3 roomod house and
St. Phone 337-J. 1 bath. Terms. Will buy furniture.
I ,Hox 13-D, Herald. 1-2
FOR REN.T Two nice houi-kecpiug; -
I rooms, also nice bed rooms for IF YOU WANT IT CHEAP nd can
fientlemen, with privilege orjiathnnd pay cash tuko this r.Oxir.O foot lot
Iphone. Cull 2005 Vine strcot, phono on Pacific Terrace for your home.
337-J. ! Address P. O. Dox 44. l-2
j WANTED Second handed heating FOIt SALE 130 head of ewes and
stoves. 741 walnut bt. l' lambs, cheap. Address J. I). 8wlft,
'Rex 104, Klamath Falls. l-S
WANTED Girl to sow on machine.!
741 Walnut St. 1 LOST Between Klamath Falls and
IJonanra. probably' In Poo Valley,
WANTED About 160 head of steers' 1 Ford rear tire, Firestone. Frank II.
to icea, uurnurn or iierorords pro-titobinson, Warren Hunt Hospital
ferred, 2 or 3 years old. Inquire of
V. J. gpolek, Mulln, Ore. 1-6
FOR RENT Four room liirnlshed
bouse. Arlle Worrell, 11 If. Lin
FOR SULK Tent houcc 14x16 com-
plete, Including screen door. J. D.
Ilurnett, one half mile west of Mill
er school houes. i
FURNISHED ROOM FOR
with heat, 634 N. 8th St.
HHNT FOR SALE Registered Ilurktblres;
1-3; boar weighs 350 pounds, sow S0O
- pounns. nig type iiurkshlro sired by
NOTICE TO LADY HWIMMKItH worlds champion boar. Price reason
There have been so nmny requests able. J. D. Ilurnett. one half mllo
for a ladle's day, since wo have been west ot Miller school bouse. 1
Helmut' no public untitling pluru Is avallublu
THE I.IIIKIITY THEATRE
will be turned over tonight for a discussion of the local political
Issues. This meeting Is open In nil nnd any speaker or qualified
rciruoniuiivo win nu given the opportunity to address tno peo
ple. On this account our regular program will bo cancelled and
mu eignin cnapier or
"DAREDEVIL J ACKh
Starring thu great Jack Dompsey, will be shown
Tuesday, November 2nd, so thu followers of this exciting story
win noi ne disappointed.
EXTRA ON TUESDAY
Wp hftVf n Rnnoinl Woafni-n TTm'nn uva inutall.
ed in the theatre and during the evening national
and local election returns will be given to our
patrons. Come early if you want a seat.