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THE EVENING HERALD, .KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
(nroiwDW, NovKMnim ih, 1020.
HERALD'S CLASSIFIED COLUMN
WANTBO A piano, ltosponslblo
party, Koforoncos, 603 Jefferson
WANTHI) Man or woman to do re
pairing and pressing. I). & M.
Clcnnlng Co., Cth and Mnln str-oln.
WANTKI) A couplo of large hent-
its to heat good sited rooms. Ad-
drnsa replies to "Heaters," Herald
WANTKI Girl for general houso
work. Apply 304 N. 9th St. 16-20'
COOKS WANT WOllK In camp. Com
petent particulars. I'hono 4S6.
TWO YOUNG MKN want any kind of
work n town that thoy may attond
Ight school. Tolophono 337-J.
WANTED TO TRADE A big
bunch of rugs for a big bunch of
dough. Tbo Furnisher ct Happy
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
FOR SALE OH TRADE 3 good
work horses from 1000 to 1500
pounds, 3 wagons, 3 and 3 In., good
shape; 1 ten foot header, good
'shnpo. Will trado for town property,
grain, spuds, or mllcn cow. 330
Grant St. 17-1S'
FOR SALE Show cite and counter,
133 N. Eighth St. 16-31
FOR SAKE Tailor made full dress
ult nnd Tuxedo. Slxo 40. At a bar
caln. Uox 40, Herald office., 16-30
gTRADIVARA NEW WITH $38 In
new records, lour choice. Sec It.
Karl Shepherd Co. 16tf
FOR SALE At half price. Sharp-
icu separator used 3 months. In
quire at creamery. 13-19
FOR SALE OR TRADE Ono
thousand, oro more, useful articles
that are absolute homo necessities,
at tbo store of Tho Furnisher of
Happy Homes. Stf
CRATER LAKE SCENES for Christ
mas presonts. Stlnson Photo Stu
IJK8T HAIU1AIXH IN I'SEI) CARS
1 191S five passenger Quick.
Guaranteed A-1 condition, 6 cord
tires. 2 extra rima. new too. plate
class curtains. A real bargain S1300.
. .At l- ........ n..l1 . '
T,V."'"J ?.""' ,,""'" ",
secondhand condition. Four new
tires, 1 extra, new top. Price $1100.
11917 seven passenger Hudson,
Kuaranteed first class condition. 6
new c5rd tires, 2 extra rims. Gross
air shock absorbers, new top, plato
Klass curtains. A real bargain. Prtco
DUICK SALES AND SERVICE CO.
White Pelican Garage
L. Hoaglafld prop. Phono 60
FOR SALE Two ton Klelber truck.
.: ?A J!-JJ!5a OTZ ' '.2
tine condition, priced ror Immediate
sale nt $1500 This Is an .excop-
llonn! buy, as the Klelber lists as
ono of the highest grade or trucks,
Wo can make you ery liberal
terms. Dunham Auto Co. 13-19
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Friday. Conkiln fountain
pen somowhere between Mills ad
dition and high school. Return to
Herald office. 16-18
LOST Airdalo pup, 2 taontbs old.
Finder pleaso phone 313. Reward.
LOST An opportunity to trade
off some unsightly piece ot house
bold goods. Tbo Public. Stf
FOUND A clearing house for
that unslgtly or unfit article. Whore?
Perkins Furniture House. Stf
1HI)S INYITKD FOR REPAIR OF
11TII STREET IIIUIKJK.
Notice is hereby given that bids
will be received, opened and consid
ered by the common council on Mon
day evening, November 22, 1920, for
the repair ot tbo brldgo across the
Govt. Canal at Eleventh street, in
accordance with tbe recommenda
tion ot tbe city onglneer now on file
In the office or tho Police Judge. All
bids ror making such repairs should
be in tbe hands ot the PoJIce Judge
not later than 8 o'clock p. m. Nov.
A. L. LEAVIT",
f. THANlCSaiVI.VG DINNER ..
The tlckots.for tbo big THANKS
GIVING WINNER to be given by the
ladles of tbo Catholic church at the
Whlto Pelican hotel will be on sale
at The Herald office and the Star
Drug store beginning tomorrow,
Thursday. As tho number of tickets
is limited, It would bo advisable to
pet them early. 16-25
I want to sing; the song of trade to
you In every key. Help mo supply the
music. Tii 9 Furnisher ot Happy
BLACKSMITH COAL wholesale ad retail 0. KMransfer Co;
TO RENT OR LEASE
ItOOM FOR Ui:.NT -tlso of bath and
phono. 8 IB Jefferson. 1 fi-J P
KODAK FINISHING AT Stlnson's
l'lioto Studio, 1311 Main St. Gtt
A IlKAl. PHONOCIKAPH HAHGA1N.
Genulno Columbia with 35 records,
will soil for $100, worth $175. Frank
M. Upp, Jowelor. tf
PHONE PEYTON for wood 535
CITV GAnilAGE When you wanl
garbage removed call 10F-33.
You can purchaso that Xmas gift
you havo In mind by paying part
Jown " ,V,ll, ch " "I1.!1
V T '. """"'.';; " "
I JoPPtono Furniture Co. B f
I 7Vi; v. . y :
run sale, neat estate
FOR SALE A row good Iota on
pavement In a fast growing dis
trict; from 1300 to $400. Lots with
in 4 blocks. of Whlto Pelican hotel
$300 up. Lots within a block of 6th
St. pavement $400 and up. Lots on
Stato Highway Inside of city limits
$175 and up. Sec W. M. Montellus,
with Klamath Development Co.,
1303 Main St.. phbne 1. 3-tt
COUNTY TREASURER'S JjfTICB
Notice Is hereby given that thero
are funds In tho county treasury for
tho redemption of Klamath County
General Fund warrants, protested on
or before January 1st, 1915.
Interest on the same will cease
form thts date.
' Dated at Klamath Falls, Oregon,
thts 16th. day of November. A. D.
O IC. VAN RIPER.
16-21 Co. Treasurer.
Headquarters of the nulck Sales
and Service company at tho White
Pelican garago. Phono 60. 16-IS
Now that I have my homo furnish
ed I can turn my attention to yours.
Tho Furnisher of Happy Homes. Stf
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATK OF OREGON FOR KLAM
In the matter of tho estate of
H. H. EDMONDS, deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That
the undersigned has bocn appointed
administratrix or the estate or II. II
bamonas, deceased, ty the aoove en
titled court, and all persons having
1,1,1... . ..'. ., .-i,i ...... ...
" .- tuv ... v.... a m.w
" to. present same, with the
proper vouchers, to the undersigned
at the office of her attorney. H. M.
Manning, In the Loomls building.
niamatti Falls, Oregon, within six
months from the dato or this notice
Dated September 27. 1930.
Administratrix or the Estato
or H. H. Edmonds, deceased.
Pay part down now, and a little
each week until Xmas, and we will
- elect from our slock. Ko FuV-
FOR SALE 250 tons or alfalfa hoy,
price Is right. Call Klamatlf Cash
Grocery Co., 717 Main street. Kia-
math Falls, Oregon. 11-18
1 haven't go much room but
have always got room for one more
article, especially it It Is a used
one The Furnisher or Happy
Maybe you can find what you
want on tbe shelves or Tho Furnish
er or Happy Homes. Stf
The Furnisher or Happy Homes
will trade lor most anything but a
moan disposition. The reasons
don't want that Is that Kddle has it
Don't suffer! Instant relief follows
a rubbing with old "Ht.
Stop "dosing" rheumatism.
It's pain only; not one caso in
fifty requires Intornal ' troatmont.
Rub soothing, penetrating "St. Ja
cobs Liniment" right on the "tonder
spot," and by the time you say Jack
Robinson out comes tbe rheumat
ic pain anu distress. "Ht. Jacobs
Liniment" conquers palnl It is a
harmless rheumatism liniment which
never disappoints and doesn't burn
the skin. It takes pain, . soreness
and stiffness from aching joints;
muscles and bones; stops sciatica,
lumbago, backache, neuralgia and
Limber up! Get a small trial
bottle ot old-tlmo. honest "St. Jn.
cobs Liniment" from nnv drue stnrn.
and In a rew moments you'll bo tree
from nalns. nrhoa nnrl illffui.
Don't sufferl nub rhoumatlsm away.
COUNT FIFTTf NQ
Giant Gun Used for Long-Distance
Shelling of Paris No
MADE FROM WORKOUT GUNS
Was 122 Fest Lena, Wslohed 310,000
eunds and Throw Projectlls
Weighing 2S4 Pounds a DIs.
tance of 75 Miles.
Paris. Tho super-cannon with
which the German, begun shelling
Paris, March 23, 1018. was Jut plows
ot old, wornout guns put together, In
stead or a startling now Invention, ac
cording to American army otllcers,
who .wore permitted recently by the
Germans to visit some ot their huge
It was actually just a neat bit of
patchwork that startled tho world
when the terrific explosions began dot
onntlng lit tho streets of the city ot
Paris, although the terdlct at that time
was unanimous that the Germans had
Inxcntcd a marvelous new cannon.
Naval Gun Was Foundation.
Tosbcgln on the supcr-ennnon, the
Germans took a wornout 13-tnch naval
gun, 60 foot In Irugth. It was bored
out and n very heavy tube with nn In
side diameter or &3 Inches wns Issert
od. with about 40 feet ot It projecting
Leyond tho end -of tho original mm.
Over 'that another hoop wns shrunk
and locked to the fonvnrd hoop. There
also was a patch of 10.7 foot, which
was attached at tbo muzzle ot the
The bore or the gun wa treated to "
n uniform rltllng, the Inne. and I
grooves which Impart a rotary motion '
to tho projectile. Tho six-meter Jtcc- '
tlon ot the gun at the muzzle, how- 1
ever, was unfilled, probably designed
to steady tbe projectile and defeat Its
slight tendency to "tumble" or yaw
and rail to travel directly to Its mark.
Such "tumbling" is caused by the con
tllct or two force, one spinning tbe
projectile to the right, tbe other send
ing It forward. Such a forcu had to be
obviated as the shell bad to trnvel up
vard 24 miles on Its arc In order t
cover the horizontal distance, or 73
'citvsr Expedient to Prolong Life.
The life of the giant -run. which was
3IS.000 pounds In weight and 122 reel
long, under Uie heavy pressure or Its
high velocity projectile was very lim
ited. Hut when the Germans found
tho span of the gun amounted to only
SO pounds they bit upon a clever ex
pedient. They bored out tho Si-centimeter
tut-?, which was very thick, to
24 cestliiieters. and later to 2d centime
ters, giving It Just so much more life
ut each caliber, with only a change to
larger ammunition required. Tbe shell
hurled by tbe cannon weighed 201
pounds and was 10 Inches In length.
"WRONG SIDE OF THE BED"
Ancient Supsrstltlon Had to Do With
Setting Foot on the Floor
In olden days It was bellcvrd to he
very bad luck to see the new moon re
flected In a looking glass or window
pane. Mirrors were regarded by our
forefathers ns tho raot effective
moans of divining secrets. There Is a
tradition that the gunpowder plot was
discovered by Dr. John Dee, a famous
mnglclan of that lime, with his magic
mirror. Thero la much curious folk
lore about tho bed. Iledstpads were
always placed parallel to the planks
of tho floor, as It was considered un
lucky to sleep across the boards.
There Is a belief among tho Hindus
that thoso who sli-cp with their bends
to tho north will have their days
shortened. Vet sorao peoplo say they
always sleep sounder when their heads
are placed to tho north, and a Scot
tish physician oncu declared that,
when ho failed by every prescription
to bring sleep to Invalid children, ho
recommended their beds bo turned due
north and south'. The phraso "to got
out of bed the wrong way" originated
In an ancient superstition which re
garded It as unlucky to place tho left
foot first on tho ground when getting
out or bed. '
will wear longer if
Pressing by steam
Hats cleaned and
Office, 6th and Main.
Works, 23 Commercial.
Docs Not Approve
of Irish Hearing
(Hv Associated Press)
WASHINGTON, Nov. 18 - The
Ilrltlsh embassy todny notified tho
committee of 100 that In Investigat
ing conditions In Ireland Hint It did
not npprovo of tho purposes or meth
ods of tho committee hearings which
are to begin hero tomorrow.
Tho embassy nolo said that tho in
vitation to lio represented coillU not
Two witnesses from Ireland who
will testify before tho committee ar
rived In Now York today
Clilroprndlc momi mlvnmvmoiit
Dr. Geo. E. Mallett
Office out Underwoods
A DUST-PROOF FURNACE
In both piped and plpeless. It has
nn oblong tiro box. Host for burn
ing wood. Let us show you othor
good points about It.
L. N. HAINES ,
loan Main St. Phono 023
Dr. Mand Ingersoll Hawley
First National Ilank Building
Entrance, Room I
Dr. Lois C Bridges
10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 5 p. m.
Ill 6th St., Suite 105 .
Over First State ft Ravings Ilank
Get Your I J re Minnows at
126 Conger Avenue
NEW AND SECOND
123 North Eighth St.
G. E. WASHBURN
v Contractor and
Construction Work of any kind.
No Job too largo or too small.
Estimates furnished free ot
UNION TAXI CO.
Baggage called for
and delivered. We
have open and closed
cars for our patrons.
We go any place any
J. O. CLFGHORN
Civil Engineer and Strveyor
Office 617 Main Bt.
r bones t Office IN, Res. 1MJ
Automobile Paint Shop
USH MAIN HT.
. Christie & Ulrich
1311 Main St.
Good Portraits at
Klnmnth Falls Cyclery
W handle now nnd rebuilt motor
cycles and bicycles, also parts and
accessories Goodyear, Pennsylvania
and Diamond Tires and Tubes nro
our linn, nnd Ilarley-Davtdson Serv
ice, which spells Honest, Dependable
('. i:. IIISMAIIK
1 1.1 H. nth Ht. Klamath Falls
Dr. E. G. WiBecarver
Dr. P. M. Noel
Sevcath sad fcUba HtrtMU
We Do AU Xlasls of Bprtajr. Rfb
Ug New Ones Made to Ordw
Axl fkrdhtfaM as
ALL WORK GUARAimatD
Pbooa BB-Y SJ17 SOassaU Ave.
KX-8KRVICK MKN, .iTTKNTIONt
Tba regular meetings
ot Klamath Post No. I,
American Legion, will b
bald at S o'clock p. tn., si
tb City Hall la Klamath Falls, on
tba second and fourth Tuesdays ot
each month. AU Comrades are In
Those desiring to Join tbe Post
may secure application blanks from
O. K. Van Illpsr, Fred Nicholson, or
T. H. Carnshan. all of Klamslh Fans
FltBD NICHOLSON. Secretary
I WESTERN LABOR
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 Dudi
In Our Suds"
Corner Main and Conger
and many othor good things:
Open days, Tuesday und Friday
Cor 6th and Klamath
Klamath Dye Works
, Phone 408
OUR CLEANING, PHEHHINO AND
HKPAUtl.NG WILIi MAKK YOUR
LOOK LIKE NEW
BATS RKBIiOCKKD ',.
Goods Called for and Delivered.
481 Mala Htreet Klamath Falls
W. E. & J. E.
nes. Phono G 31-11 133 N. 4th Bt. 1
Loomt llldtf., KUmntli Falls
lilt. C. A. IIAMIIO
I. O. O. F. llulldlna
OHIco Phono177W Res 177R
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
I'li)slrlnn and Burgeon
Klamath Falls Oregon
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
Office and Residence.
I. O. O. P. Templo
E. D. LAMB
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Room 1 nnd a
DR. T. C CAMPBELL
PIIYHICIAN AND HUIKIKON
I. O. O. V. llalldinc
Residence Whlto Pelican Hotel
nestdenca Phone S,
DR. L. L. TRUAX
WAHHKN HUNT HOHITTAL
Day Phone, 407 Night Phone, 00
HAW MILL KNGINKKIUNG A
Designers and builders of mod
rrn saw mills, planing rnllU and
bor. planta. Dredging. Pile driviag.
Office Cornrr Mprlpg nnd Oak
Near H. Depot
I am now prepared to furnish
Shasta Sand from the lloey. Cam.,
aand and gravsl pit. In any quantity
that may be dsslrsd by contractors
AL r. QKAIIAM.
Let Your GLASS troubles
, be Mine
C E. STUCKEY
Re-Glazing and Cabinet
Eleventh and Pine
Klamath Lodge No. 131 '
I. O. O. F.
Moots Friday night of oach week at
I. O. O. V. hall. Cth ami Mnln .ir..i.
H. II. Ogle, N. O.; W. C. Wells, Bool
rotary; W. I). Color. Troasurer.
c-vvauna Encammnnnt Un II l n
O. F., meets Tuesday night of oach
. ",.1'."' " F- Harry
Loucks. C. P.- w n cnt, r.i...
Fred Hueslng, Treasurer"
ARTHUR R. WIIAOH
THE ARCADE HOTEL
1002-81 MAIN HT,
Tbe place with home comforta,
cleanliness, plenty of fresh air
and no Inside rooms.
Everything new from toy ,(o
bottom and rates to asoet yosr
DR. a A. MASSEY
Fourth and Plae 84s.
In Warren Hunt Hospital
Off. Phone 497 Ilos. Phone 8611 ,
124 So. Sixth St.