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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 16, 1920)
COMPKTMNT MAI.K 8TKN0CIUA
I'lIRK anil bookkoopor wants posi
tion. KlRhl years' experience. Mar
rlod. W. I. Darker, 1143 lMno. l'liono
WANTKD- Young lady ns cashier
. nud clerk In telephone, ofllco.
'Must bo proriclent In stenography
Apply lo manager. 15-17
WANTKD .Mens launtlrr work to
do. 631 Oak. St. 1316
WANTHD llteml Ironor nt French
Hand laundry. 123 N. 4th St.
WANTED TO TIIADE A bin
munch of rug for a big bunch ot
dough. Tho Furnisher of Happy
WANTKI Small typewriter desk.
' l'rlco must bo reasonable. Phond
WANTED TO HUNT A four or
riro room furnished liouso within
walking dlstanco of business section.
Stato price and location. Call or ad
dress C. J. 8., Erenlng Herald of
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
FOR SAliK At half price. Sharp
loss separator used 3 months. In
quire at creamery. 13-19
IIOTEI FURNITURE FOR SALE
4 Simmons 3-Inch tubular steel beds
4 Simmons double coll reinforced
spring 6-40 pound silk floss mat
tresses, l'hono 155-W, Central ho
FOR 8AI.E OR TRADE One
thousand, oro more, useful articles
that aro absolute homo necessities.
at tho store ot Tho Furnisher of
Ilappy Home. Stf
CRATER LAKE SCENES for Christ-
llA'fKll 1.AIIH 8UK.t Or Mnll-
mas presents. Stlnson Photo Stu-
TUESDAY, NOVKMHKIt 10,
HERALOS CLASSIFIED COLUMNS g
WANTED TO RENT OR LEASE jUAL iVl A II IM A 1 L.0
dio. tf'f,J? r,".ro,": ."" "13-16
VTj-u-unrvtruuru'rtrs'i'" - -1-- -
FOR SALE Two ton Klelber truck. Imcnt. inquire at 1339 Sargent Ave.
with cab body and canopy top, in f 10-16
flno condition, priced for immediate '
sale nt 1C00 This Is an czcep-lpoR SAI.B MoJern houso on pave
tlonal buy. as tho Klelber lists as , ment. two blo:ks from Main. Flvo
ono of the highest grade of trucks. 1 rooms, bath, large pantry, big sloep
Wo 'can make you yery liberal inK porch and all "modern conven-
terms. Dunham Auto Co. 13-19 I
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Alrdatn pup, 3 months old.
' Finder please phono 313. Reward.
LOST An opportunity to trade
oft some unsightly piece ot house
bold goods. The Public. Stf
FOUND A clearing house for
'.that unslgtly or unfit article. Where
Perkins Furniture House. tf
Pay part down now, and a little )
cacn week until abui, and we will
reserve for you any gift you may
select from our stock. Johnstone Fur
niture Co. Stf
The Furnisher ot Happy Homes
will trade for most anything but a
mean disposition. The reasons I
don't want that is that Eddie has It.
Trade It to The Furnisher ot Hap-
py homes. Stf
SUMMONS IN FORECLOSURE OF
In the Circuit Court ot the State ot Oregon, for Klamath County.
J. S. Dolduc, Plaintiff
William O'Shva, City ot Klamath Falls, Oregon, a municipal corporation,
nnd any other person or persons who may havo any right, tltlo,
equity or Interest In or lien or claim upon Lot 7 In Dlock 39, Hot
Springs Addition to City of Klamath Falls, defendants.
To William O'Shca and all other of tho above named defendants
in the name ot the Stato ot Oregon.
You aro hereby notified that J. S, Dolduc, tho bolder of Certificate
of delinquency numbered 1183, Issued on the 25th day ot July, 1920, by
the Tax Collector ot the County of Klamath. State ot Oregon, for the
amount of twenty-eight and 05-100 Dollars, tho same being tho amount
then duo and delinquent for taxes for the year 1913. together with
penalty. Interest and costs thereon upon the real property assessed to
you, ot which you are the owner as appears ot record, situated In said
County and 8tate(and particularly bounded and described as follows,
Lot Sevon (7) In Dlock Thirty-nine (39) In Hot Springs Addition
to the City of-Klamath Falls, Oregon.
You are further notified that said J. S. Dolduc has paid taxes on said
premises for prior or subsequent years, with the rate ot Interest on said
amounts as follews:
Year's Tax Date Paid
113 July 20, 1920..
114 July 21, 1920..
1515 July 21. 1920.,
1916 . . July 21, 1920.,
1917 July 21, 1920..
1918 July 21, 1920..
1919 .. July 21, 1920.
SnM wiiilnm O'Rhea. as tho
describod property as the same-appears of record, and each of tho other
persons above named are hereby notified that J. S. Dolduc will apply to
--re-!Clreult Court of the County and Stato aforesaid for a decree fore
'cIobW tho lion against the property above described and mentioned In
aid certificate. And you aro hereby summoned to appear within sixty
-,. ftAr ihn-first nuhllcatlon of this BuramoDB. exfluslvo of the day of
eaW first publication, and defend this action or pay the amount duo j as
above shown .together with costs and accrued Interest, and in case of your
(allure to do so a decree win do renaerea lorcciusiusj mo icu
J iLn.i mil, nint ihn innrt nnd Dremlsos above named.
i This Sttaamons is published once
of tho Honorauio v. v. Kuyxenaau, juage oi me wmuu un u, ...
... .. n. tnr tho nnuntv nt Klnmnth and tho said order was made
and dated the 21at day of October. 1920, and the dato of tho first pub
lication of thU Summons is the 26th day ot October. 1920.
Ail process and papurs In this proceeding may be served upon the
undersigned residing within the Stato of Oregon, nt the address hereafter
mentlone . Q yA bmqn aQd AUauST,N D0N0VAN.
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Acfdross- 309-10 Wllllt Dldg., Klamath Falls, Oro. 26-2-9-16-23-30
BLACKSMITH COAL whohsmi ami
FOR RENT Sleeping room for one
or two. 1185 Crescent, l'hono 393
FOR RUNT Front
ROOM FOR RENT I'su of bnth nnd
phono. SIS Jefferson. 1B-U
ROOM FOR RUNT 14 per week.
337 North Oth St. l'hono 24 It.
ROOMS 7B cents per day with son. who wero probably tho wealth
bath. Home Rooming House, lest coal magnates In llolglum.
9-16 . Tho two noblemen wero arrested
Ulcnt.i . lurrttic somo months ago, chargod with as-
MIaub.JuLAINC.UUa Ulstlng tho Germans during tt.olr
KODAK FINISHING AT Stlnson'souPln of llolglum. by tuning
Photo Studio, 1311 Main St. 6lt,over coai nnu u-jruum.ii iu inu
A REAL I'HONOCIRAPH UAROAIN.
Ocnulno Columbia with 25 records.
will sell tor J 100. vorth $175. Frank
M. Upp, Jowelor. 4tt
PHONE PEYTON for wood 6S5
CITY OAnDAQE When you want
garbage removed call 10F-23.
You can purcnaso that Xmas glttf
you nave in mum oy paying pari
down and a llttlo oach week until
Nmas. Wo will reserve It for you.
Jsboitono Furniture Co. Stf
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FOR SALE Real Estate
FOR SALE Modern 5-room bunga
low, lots ot built In features,
French windows, completely furnish
ed, and 3 largo lots with shade and
fruit treci. all kinds ot berries, chic
ken house, with 1H dozen chickens.
7 cuma ui nwu luia 19 iv.i wm.
Rain at $5500. Terms,
FOR SALE I.argo 2 story modern
house with bath room on each
floor. 8 rooms and sewing room, fur-
naco heat, full bazoment, largo lot,
, " lonnA ir11 n.mrn fop pmt
P.rlco '0.SL"m.- "SK"' '"rrf(n,l
....... uiuvviui . --- --
FOR SALE Best lot in Falrvlew.
rlrht near new school and pave
fences. Will sacrifice for quick sale.
' - B B A
Terms, Address R.
si. k. iicraia or
rOR SALE A few good loU on
pavement In a fast growing dis
trict; from $200 to 1400. LoU with
in 4 blocks ot White Pelican hotel
1300 up. Lots within a block of 6th
St. pavement I40O and up. Lots on
State Highway Insldo ot city limits
$175 and up. See W. M. Montellas.
with Klamath Development Co..
1303 Main St.. phone 1. 2-tf
Havo your Thanksgiving dress
made at 1404 Worden Ave. 12-18
Remember I need the money. The
Furnisher of Happy Homes. Stf
To whom it may cencern:
As my wife Mildred Dlackman hasjwl! get a largo bottlo ot this oIJ
left my bed and board. I wish to.tlmo recipe, Improved by the addl-
warn all persons not to extend her,
t any credit whatsoever as I will not
be responsible for any debts contract'
I ed by her alter this date,
CHAS. H. DLACKM
CHAS. H. DLACKMAN,
j 10-17 Klamath Falls. Ore,
DELINQUENT TAX CERTIFICATE
Recpt. No. Amount Itato int.
1 183 .HHH,Hf2B(OUMHnNNH 120
.7156 . 24.98 12
7 132 16.90 12
.7523 . 16.00 12
4 483 15.85 12
owner of the legal tltlo of the above
a week for six (6) weeks by order
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Mll'SSEt.8, Oct 27 (l)y mnll)
Tho Uelglnn government's cam
pnlRit against llolglnn subjects who,
during tho war, nro alleged to have
aided the enemy, has Just had a
sensational turn in the case ot tho
Karons Evened Coppoo. fatlior and
enemy. iiunureus oi oiner uoi
glans, accused of similar oftensos,
hr.ro been convicted and sentenced
to long prison terms.
Tho sensation In tho Coppeo caso
camo the other day- when tho court
released them from prison bajl of
1,000,000 francs each on tho evi
dence ot Count do Ilrocquovlllo, who
was premier ot the llulglan govern
ment during Its stay at Havre.
France, that ho had given llarou
Coppeo permission to work his
mines during tho German occupa
tion and ship coal, tho Idea being
that this fuel was to bo used for
the Delglan population, who wore
forced trf r cmaln In tho occupied
Count do Ilroquorllle. In an affi
davit submitted to tho court In tho
Coppeo's behalf, further admitted
(thnt he had Klvcn tho accu,cj p0r-
mission to sell freely their ceal by-,
products, such as benzol, nnd other
things used In explosives, to the)
Germans, ns ho In effect thought,
that tho Germans had so much of'
theso anyway that a llttlo moro
. '. ' Z
could not do any harm
During the past few month, the
Dclglan courts havo tried dozens ot
other cases, making short shrift of
the accused who wero proved to
have grown rich by trading with the
enemy while their compatriots wore
N'olKxIy Can Trll WhAi Ym Darken1
Gray, Faded llnlr Willi
Grandmother kept her hair beau
tifully darkened, glossy ffnd attrac-1
tiro with a brew of Sago Tea anil
Sulphur. Whenever her hair took
on that dull, faded or 'freaked ap
pearance this simple mixture Was ap
plied, with wonderful effect. -My ask-
... .. ... -... ...i...,..
Iius at au; urut biuio iir n jrui .
Sage and Sulphur Compound, ' yqu
Hon ot other ingredients, all n-adyi
to use, at very little con Tbli slm
pie mlxturo can bo depended upi.n
to restore natural color and beauty i
to tho hair. !
A well-known downtown druggist'
says everybody uses Wyeth's Scgn
and Sulphur Compound now be
causo It darkens so naturally and
orenly that nobody can tell It has
been applied It's so fity to itso,
too. You simply dampen a comb or
soft brush and draw It through the
hair, taking ono strand at a tlm-j. Dy
morning the gray hair dl.upix.-ars;
after another application or two, It
Is restored to Its natural color, and
nooks glossy, soft and beautiful.
Drink Hot Water
in the Morning
Wash away all stomseh, llvsr,
and bowsl poisons before
To feel your best day In and day
out, to feol clean Inside: no sour bile
to coat your tongue and slckon your
breath or dull your head; no consti
pation, bilious attacks, sick headache,
colds, rheumatism or gassy, acid
stomach, you must hatha on the in
side Uko you bathe outside. This is
vastlyy more important, beeauso the
skin pores do not absorb Impurities
Into the blood, while the bowel pores
To keep these, poisons and' toxins
well flushed from the stomach, llvsr,
kidneys and bowels, drink bofore
breakfast each day, a glass of hot
water with a teaspeonful ot lime
stone phosphate in It. This will
cleanse, purify, and freshen the en
tire alimentary tract before eating
Get a quarter pound of limestone
phosphate from your pharmacist. It
Is inexpensive and almost tasteless.
Drink' phospbatod hot water every
morning to rid your system of those
vllo poisons and toxins; also to pre
vent their formation.
HAVE DARK IU
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
NOTICE 13 1IERKHY GIVEN that
tho undersigned hns boon appointed
Administrator ot tho pstnto of II.
Astrup, deceased, by tho County
Court ot tho Htnto ot Oregon, for
Klnmnth County, nnd that all per
sons having claims against said es
tate are required to present sntno,
with tho proper vouchors, to aald Ad
ministrator at tho law offices ot llort
C Thomas, I.oomts llulldlng, Kla
math Falls, Oregon, within six
months from tho dato of this uotlco.
Datnd nt Klamath Falls, Oregon,
October IB. 1920.
P. I.. FOUNTAIN. Administrator
FOR SALE 2B0 tons of alfalfa hny,
price Is right. Call Klamath Cash
Grocery Co., 717 Main street. Kla
math Falls, Oregon, 11-1 it
1 haven't go much room hut
have always got room for ono moro
article, tvipoclally if It Is n used
ono. Tho Furnisher ot Happy
A DUST-PROOF FURNACE
In both piped and plpelcss. It has
an oblong flro box. Rest for burn
ing wood. Lot us show you othor
good poluts about It.
102.1 Main St.
Dr. Maud Ingeraoll Uawtey
First National Dank Dulldlng
Entrance. Room I
Dr. Loia C Bridge '
10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 5 p. m.
Ill 5th St., Suite 105
Ovor First 8tate ft Savings Dank
Get Yonr Live Minnows at
126 Conger Avenue
NEW AND SECOND
123 North Eighth St.
G. E. WASrfBURN
Construction Work ot any kind.
No Job too largo or too small.
Estimates furnished free ot
UNION TAXI CO.
Baggage called for
and delivered. We
haye open and closed
cars for our patrons.
We go any place any
1. O. CLEOBORN
Civil Faslaeer aad SarTeyo
Offlce S17 Mala St,
Phones! Ossoe 104), Res. 19SJ
retail o. Klransfer Co.
Automobile Paint Shop
1M8 MAIN Hi'.
Christie & Ulrich
1311 Main St.
Good Portraits at
Klnmnth Falls Cyclery
Wo liaudlo now nnd rebuilt motor
cycles and bicycles, also parts and
accessories. Goodyear, Pennsylvania
and Diamond Tires and Tubes are
our lino, and Harloy-Davldson Borv
Ico, which spells Honest, Dependable
O. i:. 1IIHMARK
tl.1 H. Oth Nt. Klamath Falls
Dr. E. G. Wisecarrw
Dr. P. M. Noel
Sevrath ad MU Bfarws
We Do All Klassi of Hprtos; RcfsJr.
tng New Owes MsKto to Ordsw
ALL WORK GCAKANTDtD
rbost BBtVT SIT KUsmU Ave,
EX-BEHVICX MEN, ATTENTIONS
The regular meetings
ot Klamath Post No. I,
American Legion, will be
held at S o'clock p. m.. at
the City Hall In Klamath rails, on
the second and fourth Tuesdays ot
each month. All Comrades are In
vited. Those desiring to Join the Post
may secure application blanks from
0. K. Van Riper. Fred Nicholson, or
1. H. Carnation, 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.
NEW CITY LAUNDRY
"Put Your Dud.
In Our Suds"
Corner Main and Conger
and many othor good things:
Open days, Tuesday and Friday
Cor 6th and Klamath
Klamath Dye Works
OUR CLEANING, MIKSSINO AND
IlKl'AUUNO W1XL MAKE VOCR '
LOOK LIKE NEW
Goods Called for an4 Delivered
481 Mala Street Klamath Falls
W. E. & J. E.
Phone 6U-R 133 N. 4th 8t, I
IiomU Hide., KlamaUi rail
DR. O. A. ItAMIlO
I. O. O. r. llulldlng
OITlco Phono 177W Res 177H
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
Physician anil Surgeon
Klamath Falls Oregon
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
Office and Residence
I. O. O. F. Templo
E. D. LAMB
rilYHICIAN AND HUUGKON
Itooms 1 and
DR. T. C CAMPBELL
PHYSICIAN AND HUIMIFK)M
I. O. O. K. Ilalldlng
Residence White Pelican Hotsl
Residence Phone 6.
DR. L. L. TRUAX
WAHHKS HUNT 1IOMPITAL
Day l'hone, 407- Night I'lione, 0
HAW MII.Ij KNGINKKHINCl
Designers and tmlldrra of mod
ern saw milts, pinning mills and
box plants. Dredging. I'ltn driving.
Office Corner Nprlng and Oak
Near H. I'. Depot
I am now prepared to furnish
Shasta Band from th lloey, Cant,
and and gravel pit, In any quantity
that may be dsslred by contractor
AL r. OR All AM.
Let Your GLASS troubles
C. E. STUCKEY
Re-Glazing and Cabinet
Eleventh and Pine
Klamath Lodge No, 132 '
I. O. O. F.
Meets Friday night ot each week at
I. O. O. F. ball, 6th and Main streets.
If. II. Ogle, N. 0.; W. O. Wells, Bee
rotary; W. D. Cofer, Troasurer.
Bwauna Kncampment No. 46, I. O.
O. ., meets Tuesday night of each
week at I. O. O. F. hall. Harry
Loncks. C. P.; W. D. Cofer, 8erlb
Fred Iluoslng, Treasurer.
ARTHUR H. -mUMOM
THE ARCADE HOTEL
108244 MAIN ST.
The place with borne cemfort,
cleanliness, plenty of freest air
aad bo Inside rooau.
Everything new from top to
bottosa and rate to aseet yotw
DR. a A. MASSEY
Fonrth aad Kae Ris.
la Warren Hunt Hospital
Off. Phono 497 Res. Phone SIM
124 So. Sixth St.