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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 3, 1921)
MONDAY, JANUARY 3, 1IW1.
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
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WANTED Woman for general
housework. Capablo of taking full
chhrgo. Oood wages, three In family.
Phono 96 or call at 415 Washington
street. V 31-G
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LOST AND FOUND
LOST Lady's cold wrist watch,
Crown make. Howard. Phone 43S-
LOST One largo Holsteln cow
branded O on left hip; also a year
ling steer with samo brand. Francis
Ilannon. City. S4tf
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
FOIt SALE Darron-Tancrcd strain
ot white Leghorn cocks, ono year
old. Fine, vigorous birds, 3.50
each. Ilaby chicks same strain, 115
por 100. Hatching eggs $1.15 for 15,
J7.50 per 100. Season February to
Jnne Inclusive. Our stock Is bred
for utility and la Terr choice
records are proor or the money pro-
express. Safe delivery guaranteed
MAYYYOOD POULTRY FARM.
30-4 W. H. Harris, Mgr,
FOR SALD 200 tons ot alfalfa hay.
With a feed lot on Merrill high
way, nine miles from Klamath Falls.
Call at 638 Oak street, St. Francis
'Aat. Apartment No. 11 28-4
LOOSE HAY FOR SALE Oat hay.
wheat hay and beardless rye hay.
915 per ton. reople s warehouse.
TO RENT OR LEASE
FOR RENT Furnished bedroom. I PPed. Tou simply
Furnace heat, privilege of bath and .dampen a sponge or soft brush with
phone. 1003 High St. Phone 238-M.iit and drsw this through your hair,
FOR RENT Pleasant room
heat, four blocks up Third
Handy to Main St. Phone 447-R
FOR RENT Warm sleeping room.
Private family. 1154 Pine. 29-2
FOR RENT New unfurnished apart
ments, close In.
J. T. WARD & CO.
834 Main St. 27-3
New Record. Enrl Shepherds. 30-.1
AND KEEP IT UP
Gt Into the habit of drinking a
o1oq f linf umm lvfnr
Millions of folks bathe Internally
now Instead ot loading their system
with drugs. "What's an Insldo bath!
you say. Well, It Is guaranteed to
perform miracles according to hot
Thoro' are vast numbers of men
and. women who, Immediately upon
arising In tbo morning, drink a glass
ot hot water with a teaspoonful qf
Hmc8tono phosphate In It. This Is In
tended to flush the stomach, liver,
kidneys and Intostlnes of tho prev
ious day's waste, sour bile and Indl
eeetablo material left over In tho
body which If not eliminated every
day, becomo food for the millions of
JactorJa which Infest tbo bowels, tho
sjulck result Is poisons nnd toxins
which aro thon absorbed Into tho
blood, causing headache, bilious nti
tacks, foul breath, bade taste, colds,
stomach trouble, kldnoy misery,
sleeplessness, Impure bood and nil
sorts of ailments,
People who fool good ono day and
badly the next, but who simply can
aot set feeling right aro urged to
obtain a quarter "pound ot limestone
phosphate at tbo drug store. This
will cost vory llttlo but Is sufficient
to make anyone a real crank on tho
eubjoct of Internal sanitation. Adv,
Now Record. Jrl Shepherds. 30-3
CARLOAD OF GRIT, OYSTER SHELL and CHAR
COAL TO ARRIVE ABOUT DECEMBER 28th
PHONE PEYTON for wood 635
CITY aAUDAaE-i-Whon you want
garbage romorcd call 10F-23.
FOR SALE Ford touring car In
good condition. Very cheap for
cash. Seo Chllcoto Smith, 633 Main
Us Grandma's 8age Tr and
Sulphur Itcdpo and Nobody
Tbo use of Sage and Sulphur for re-.
storlng faded, gray hair to Its nat-
nrai color dates back to grandmoth- matlsra In bad weather, get from
'" Um8- 8h0 use1 ,l t0 keep norJrour pharmacist about four ounces
h&lp hAiuttftillv darlr. clour and nl-1
tractive. Whenevor her hair took on
that dull, faded or streaked appear
ance, this simple mixture was ap
plied, with wonderful effect.
Dut brewing at home Is mussy and
oat ot date. Nowadays, by asking
at any drug store for a bottle of
"Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com
paand," you will get this famous old
preparation. Improved by the addi
tion ot other Ingredients, which can
be dopended upon to restore natural
ce4or and beauty to tae hair.
A well-known downtown druggist
says It darkens the hair so natural-
Ir and nvonlr that nohodr can tell.
taking one strand at a time. By morn-
)Iag the gray hair disappears, and at-
tor. another application er two
It beoeaee beautifully dark nnd
Machinists, auto mechanics, nnd18'a,of10rcKon 'or.Klmalj County.
miii .ri.hi. .m I. .h rw. ,.... Itho final account ot bis admlntstra-
Ing and social at union hall. Tues- ,tlon ,?f ,M'd Mtal" nn,a al11 ,C,0U't
day. January 4. at 7:30 p. m. Come,1"." ""d, Ja?uarr A4, J,981, al.2i
nnd get a feed and have a good time. c,0'k ' ,"" J"0 tlmo and the
IN THK CIRCUIT COURT OF TnE
STATE OF OHEOOV. FOR Till:
. COUNTY OF KiaJIATH.
Charles O. Swartzfager, Plaintiff,
I vs. Hannah Simpson, also known as
Hannah Swartzfager, Defendant.
To Hannah Simpson, also known
as Hannah Swartzfacer.
' In tho name ot the State of Ore
Igon: You are hereby required to
appear and answer'the complaint
" nsini jvu in mo aoove en
(titled suit on or before the 24th
day of January, 1921, that being tbe
last day ot publication of this sum
mons, and If you fal so to appear,
answer, demur, pleacl or otherwise
move, for want thereof the plaintiff
will npply to tbe Court for the rellof
prayed for In bis complaint, to-wlt
for a decree ot this court annulling.
setting aside and decreeing as void
tho said marriage between plaintiff
and defondant, and for such other
and further relief as to the court
may seem meet and equitable and
This summons Is sorved upon you.
the said defendant, by publication
thoreot In Tho Evening Herald, a
newspaper of general circulation
printed and published In Klamath
Falls, Klamath County, Oregon, for
six (C) consecutive weeks (seven
(7) inseratlon,) the first publication
being December 13, 1920, and tbo
last publication being January 24.
1921, by order of the Honorablo
D. V. Kuykendall, Judgcof tbe Cir
cuit Court of tho State ot Oregon
for the County of Klamath, and tbo
said order was made and dated tbe
28th day of Octobor, 1920.
All process and papors In this pro
ceeding may be sorved upon the un
dersigned residing within tbo Stato
of Oregon, at tho address hereafter
WALTER C. VAN EMON AND AUQ-
Attorneys for Plaintiff,
Address; 209-10 Willlts Dldg., Kla
natU Falls, Ore.
Dec. 13-20-27 Jan. 3-10-17-24
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH
Tom Gets a Kick from His Conscience
ALCOHOL H TOtUG TO
AMD HAVC IT kui ini "-
TO TIE KIDNEYS
Take a Tablopoonful of Salts It
Hack Hurt or Madder
Wo arc n nation ot meat caters
and our blood Is titled with urle
ncld, says a well-known authority,
who warns us to bo constantly on
guard against kldnoy trouble.
Tho kidneys do tholr utmost to
tree, tho blood ot this Irritating acid,
but becomo weak from tho over
work; they get sluggish; tho ollnil-
nattvo tissues clog and thus tho
wasto Is retained In tho blood to
poison tho cntlro system.
When your kldnoys acho and
(eel like lumps of lead, and you
have stinging pains In tho back or
the urine Is cloudy, full ot sedi
ment, or the bladder la Irritable,
obliging you to seek relief during
the night; whon you havo sovero
headaches, nervous and dlzir spells.
sleeplessness, acid stomach or rhou
ot Jad Salts; take a tablospoonful
In a glass ot wator befora break
fast each morning and In a few days
your kidneys will act tlno. This fa
mous salts Is mado from tho acid
ot grapes and lemon Julco, com
bined with tltbla, and has been
usod for generations to flush and
stimulate clogged kidneys, to neu
trallte the acids In urine so It Is
no longer a source of Irritation, thus
ending urinary and bladder disor
Jad 8a1ts Is Inexpensive and can
not Injure; makes a delightful ef-
fervescent Ilthla-water drink, and
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noooay can mono a misiaxo oy tax
ing a little occasionally to keep the
kidneys eleaa and astlve. Adv.
NOTICE OK FINAL KKTTLKMIOT
Notice Is horeby given that the
undorslgncd administrator ot tho es
tate of Susanna Leach, deceased, has
lined in this county court In tho
Courtroom of this Court as tho place
for tho hearing ot said final account
and tor tho settlement thoreot.
Dated: Doccmber 20, 1920.
L. L. IJROWNELL.
Administrator with the will annexed
of the estate ot Susanna Leach,
deceased. Dec. 20-27 Jan 3-10-17
NOTICE TO CRE0ITORH
Notice Is hcroby given that tho un
dersigned has been appointed by the
County Court of tho Stato of Orogon,
for Klamath County administrator
with tbe will nnneiod ot tbo estate
ot Ccorgo Engwtcbt, deceased, and
all persons having claims against said
estato aro hereby notified to proscnt
same to underslgnod at his law offices
In Klamath Falls, Oregon, within
six (C) months from tho dato of this
Dated: December 20, 1920,
R. C. OROESI1ECK,
Administrator with the will annexed
ot tbe estate ot Oeorgo Engwlcht,
deceased. Dec 20-27 Jan 3-10-17
Sevonty tons ot alfalfa hay. Horsei
wintered, $3 on straw; 87 on hay,
all they can eat. Jay Falrclo, Mor
rill road 23-10
Will be Kit n by
MR. J. K. HAMUEHY
1180 Crescent Ave,
Having bougnt the
WV tf - .V
moving outfit of True &
w mm m
railing, we are now
prepared to move
houses or other heavy
Washburn & Houston
IIIUtAl.D OITIUK NOW ON
i:ioirrii st., niuu .lin
Tlio Herald otflco has bcon
moved from Fourth stroot to tho
now quarters on Eighth stroot be
tweon Main nnd Pine. All de
partments aro now In tho now
place. Tho phono nunibor has not
bcon chnngod It Is still 88.
Dr. Lois C Bridges
10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 5 p. m.
Ill 5th St, Suito 105
Over First Stabs ft Bavlsgs Dank
New accmjylng of fees In the Uader-
woed bulldlag, will occupy offices
In the aew Wlaters building when
computed, aid give special atten
tion to Obstetrics and tho Medical
and Surgical treatment of wonion
Br. Ifaad lagirsoU Hawtoy
flrat NatUoal Bask Balldlag
HPKCIALIHT IN DIETKTICH
Dr. Geo. E. Mallet t
Office over Underwood
A BUHT.PHOOF FURNACE
In both piped and alpeless. It has
an oblong flro box. Dest for burn
ing wood. Let us show you other
good points about it.
L. N. HAINES
1023 Main St. Pkoao 82a
Klamath Lodga No. Ill
L O. O. F.
Meets Friday night ot each .week al
I. O. O. F. hall, 6th and Main streets.
H. II. Ogle. N. O.; W. C. Wells, Sec
retary; W. D. Co for, Treasurer.
Ewauna Encampment No. 40, I. O.
O. F., meets Tuesday nlght.ot .oach
week at I. O. O. F. hall. Harry
Loucks, o. P.; W. D. Cofer, BcrJboj
Fred Dueslng, Troasuror.
DR. L. L. GASS
Eye, Ear, Nose and
Warren Hunt Iloflrdtal
Fourth nnd Pine Streets
las tractions la Piano Plalag
Expert ef Masjr Years'
ARTHUR E. BEAN
Dr. E. G. Wisecanrer
Dr. P. IVi Nod
ftrveaU ss4 Mala BtrwSi
NEW CITY LAUNDRY
"Put Your Duds
In Our Suds"
Corner Main and Conger
j. o. ouxmeiiN
CIVIL ENOttfEER AND
fhae ItSJ 133 8. Riverside
and many other good tblnga:
Open days, Tuesdar and Friday
Cor 6th and Klamath
X-Itsr Lasers toey
Lootnl Uldf., KlaaaaUi !
DR. a A. RAMBO
l o. o. iv :
1311 Main St.
Good Portraits at
G. E. WASHBURN
Construction Work ot any kind.
No job tno largo or too small.
Estimates furnished froo of
' phone a:i7i
W. b. & J. E
nes. Phono 631-11 133 N. 4th St.
& Feed Store .21 SPS II
Lot Your GLASS troublOB
C. E. STUCKEY
Re-Glazing and Cabinet
Eleventh and Pine
ARTHUR R. WILBOfl
DR. a A. MASSEY
FoarUi sad Plas Ms.
In Warren Hunt Hospital
Off. Phone 497 Res. Phone SIM
DR. T. C CAMPBELL ,
PHYSICIAN AND HUIUlHOsT
I. O. O. F. nalidln (
Phone eo t
Residence White Pelican IleUI ,
Residence Phone I.
DR. L. L. TRUAX
WAIUUCN HUNT HOtiriTAIi
Day PhoeMt, 4s7 Night PfaosM,
HAW MILL KNOINKKIUNO '
aVeJgarra aad builders of mod
ern saw mills, plaaiajr mills mm)
box plant. Drrdglag. Plk drtviafV
Office Corner Hpring aad Oak
Near 8. P. Dep
i-i-s si rrryvvsrhrAja
Office Phone 177W Res 177R
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stawart
Physlriaa and Nurgeoa
Klamath Falls Oregoa
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
Office nnd Residence
I. O. O. P. Templo
PHYSICIAN AND HUROBOIf
. Phones 17W Roocaa 1 aad
1711 White RsdldtM
Klamath Dye Works
OUIt CLKANINO, PIUCHHINO AND
ItL'PAIIUNO WILL MAKH XOUR
LOOK LIKE NEW
floods Called for and Delivered
481 Mala Street Klamath Falls
Klamath Falls Cyclery
Wo aro hero to sorvo you, and
nlm to sorvo you right. Motorcycle
and Dlcyclos, Parts and Acossorlos,
Tires nnd Tubes, that will stand
your Inspection, as wo carry tho
boat In our lino. Repair shop In
connoctlon with Harloy-Davldson
1010 Main Ht. Klamath Fall
O. K. I1I8MA11K
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