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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 27, 1921)
TTJESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1031.
1 1920 Dodge touring car. Now rub"
"bof, drat class mcchnnlcnl condi
tion. Kl 1918-IJulck Four, guaranteed
first class condition. Itenl bargain.
1 1917' Hudson Supor Sir, n real
bargain and guaranteed first class
' 1 1920 SoTon passenger Chandler.
Like now. A real bargain with terms.
Inqulro of J. C. WRIGHT OR
DUIGK SALES AND SERVICE CO.
7TH. AND KLAMATH AVE.
FOR SALE 1919 Ford touring car.
Call 550W. Colklns-Donolson In
suranco Co. 24-27
1500 ACRES RECLAIMED SWAMP
land near Algoma, (or rent or
lease. For particulars wrlto J. Frank
Adams, Box 481. Klamath Falls.
FOR SALE 1 191 Ford touring,
.good condition. 1-1920 Ford tour
ing 1 used Dodge touring H. S.
Wakofiold, Control Oarage. 24-29
Ono and two room aparlmenis to
let, two room fSO.OO, singlo $15.00.
812 Oak St, 24-30
CUTV GARBAGE When you want
garbage removed, call 10F.23.
LOST At Huckleberry patch. Roan
.. horse branded with halt moon on
loft hip, and bay horso, diamond "C"
on loft shoulder. Send Information to
Goo. Wright, Chlloquln, Ore. Reward.
LOST Between Klamath Falls and
Long Lake, package containing
dry goods from Moo's Storo. Flndor
Icavo at Apt. 206 Winter's Bldg.
WANTED Grain hauling with 6 ton
, truck Call 328R. 26-1
FOR SALE OR TRADE Ono A No.
1 Bicycle, will trade for a boy's
size or sell tor' cash. Address Kilo
Cook., News boy, 429 Commercial.
FOR RENT Oct 1st,- Two family'
furnlshod house, closo in. Phono!
276W. 26-30 1
WANTED--Gobd reliable lady to,
stay with children for ono wcok. Stln
son Photo Shop; 26-27
WANTED Woman for general
housework. .Call at Clerk's offlco
court house betwoea,8:00nnd 6:00
o'clock. . '. 262?,
NOTICE .. '
FOR SALE Cheap The army storo
building to be moved Oct. 1st
Price 11250. 2&0 cash, bal S50 per
month, Interest 6 por cent. You peo
ple with vacant lots, horo Is a chance
to get $60 'to $76 per month rent.
The Klamath Garage on 6th street,
brick building, CO by 104, steel roof,
corner on alloy, lot 50 by 104, . 6th
street paving all paid in full, $2500
worth of machinery nnd tools In
cluded, everything for $12,500;
$1500 cash, bal. f200 per month,
Int. 6 per cent. Buy this and pay ront
to yourself and have something to
how for your money. You can't dup
licate this lot and building for the
price asked and the tools and mach
inery thrown in. I will bo in Klam
ath Falls Friday, or seo R. E. Smith,
real estate dealer, ho has authority
to make tho. papers for you. W. W.
WANTED FEMALE HELP Refined
educated Catholic woman, Interested
in church extension, to do several
months work along this lino. Salary
$21 per week 01 vo phono and ad
dross. Address X, Herald offlco.
IFOR SALE-V9 x 12 Hartford Saxony
velvet rug, 1 fumed oak Library
table, 1 two burnor Florence oil
'stove, 1 child's whito enamel bod,
221 Washington St'. Tol. 332. 26-1
'WANTED For night crow, cut off
and tnachlno men, also common
laborors. Apply at onco. Growers
Packing and Warehousing Ass. Inc.
PAINTS. OILS AND VARNISH
W, E. AND J. E. PATTERSON
Phono 196-W 127 N. ,4th St.
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
TrlE MEMBERS OF THE
LADIES BRIDGE CLUB ARE
fioiMS TO PRESENT AM
OPERETTA BV LOCALTALENT
ON WEPNE5DT NlfciHI,
AT GLENN HALL
THE DOPF FAMILV WILL
BE PART OF THE CAST
THE DIRECTOR CALLS AT
THE DUFF HOME TO
REHEAR5E THEM IN THEIR
FOR SALE Largo Typo Poland
China registered boars, fifteen
weeks old, out of sows brod by throe
year Oregon Ornnd Champion, twon-ty-flvo
dollars oach, also S-C R. I.
Red Cockcrols nnd whlto Leghorn
pullots hatched April 24th Ernest
Webb, Corttrol Point, Or. 23-28
Would you trado Klamath prop
erty for n ton acre homo at Roso
burg, Oregon? Inqulro of Earl Shop
FOR RENT Light, sunny offlco
rooms, steam hoot -In Loomls
Building. Inqulro Chas. Loomls,
First Nat. Bank. 23-30
FOR SALE Olft nowspapcrs at Her
FOR RENT 3 room apartmont,
BUltnhlo for adults. Apply 66 Pine
or cotl 631J. 21-27
FOR SALE 10 aero farm, 3 room
houso, bnrn, chicken houso, well,
partly fencod, north of r city for
$1000.00. Inqulro 622 Main. 21-87
WANTED to borrow $600 for 6
months. Will pay 10 por cout.
Reed security. Box E. B. Herald of
Old newspapers for salo at Herafd
STATE C. OF C,
PORTLAND, Ore., Sopt. 27. Con
ditions In tho Middle. West, whero
tho farmers are hard hit through
crop failures, lack of markets and
general' hard times, has resulted In
tho decision of tho Oregon State
Chamber of Commerce to canco'l tho
homescokers' oxcurslon through tho
state as- originally planned, accord
ing to announcement today.
J. R. Heurlng, representative of
the State Chamber, who has been ad
vertising Oregon's opportunities In
tho mlddlo western states during tho
past flvo months,' roports conditions
there to bo unbelievably bad, due to
the general business depression
which bu followed the good times of
tho past two years. Tho great corn
producing states aro tho hardest hit,
according to Heurlng. Corn which
sold for two dollars a bushel two
years ago is now being contracted for
at thirty cents.
Large numbers of farmers promis
ed to come to Oregon on tho Septem
ber excursion, according to Heurlng,
but when tho actual date of depar
ture draw near only seven were ablo
to complete their reservations.
"Although wo were not ablo to
securo a largo party to come to 'Ore-,
gon this fall, I believe that tho past
summor's work in the mlddlo west
will bo of enormous benefit to Ore
gon," declared Socrotary Quayle.
"Hourlng personally interviewed
moro than 3,000 prospective settlors
Aches, pains, nervousness, diffi
culty in urinating, often mean
serious disorders. The world's
standard remedy for kidney, liver,
b'adder and uric acid troubles-1
bring quick rallaf and often ward oil
dtadly diseases. Known as the national
remedv of Holland for mora than 200
yeara. All druggists, in tbrao sins.
Look lot tli oana Cold Madal on aranr
nssi at no InUitlttn
OWING TO THE FACT THAT IT IS IMPOSSIBLE TO
r-c-r tu'c plitidc rnMDAKN TOGETHER AT ONE
TIME I AM USING THIS METHOD Of REHEAPSAL-
PUTVOOR COSTUMES ON WHILE.
CLEAR I HE KOW1!
EVENING HEkXLbi KLAMAfttfrALLS, OREGON
and distributed more, than 2G.000
pieces of dcscrlptlvo literature This
cannot- tall to creato a tremendous
scntlmont for Orogon so that when
conditions aro moro favorablo, this
stato'wlll undoubtedly recelvo hun
dreds of farmers as a. result of this
SALT LAKE CITY, Sept. 27. Ro
port from North Dakota that sea
gulls rocontly appearing in McLean
County had destroyed grasshoppers
which threatened to ruin tho crops,
callod attention horo to a similar in
cident in Mormon ploncor llfo in
Today a notablo monument stands
in tho Mormon tcmplo grounds in
Salt Lake City In honor of tho birds
that saved the early settlers from
threatened starvation in 1848. It Is
a pillar about 100 feet high cur
mounted by a bronzo soagull. At Its
baso are inscriptions dotalllng the
reason for its erection with illustra
tions by Mahonri Young, tho Utah
'Tho first ploneors tracked across
tho plains Into Salt Lake valley In
1847.Brlgbam Young stipulated that
there should be intenslvo cultiva
tion of the land, crops wore grown
and the farmers looked for a bounti
ful harvest the next year. Then
crickets In hugo armies swooped
down upon the crops. The farmers
tried to eliminate the post without
success. Transportation at tbo time
Name "Bayer" on Genuine
Warning! Unless you seo tho name
'Dayor" on packago or, on tablets you
aro not getting genulno Aspirin. pro
scribed by physicians -for twenty-one
.years and proved safo by millions;
Tako Aspirin only as told in tho Bay
lor package' for Colds, Headache;
Nouralgla, Rheumatism, Karacho,
Toothache, Lumbago and for Pain.
Handy tin boxes of twelve Bayer tab
lets of Aspirin cost' few conts. Drug
gists also soil larger pacxages. Aspir
in Is' the trade mark of Bayer-Manu-facture
of Monoacetlcacldester of Sal-
5 . pel bf.
fei&tf v ails
AFTER SAWB SNOOKS ROCKKD RIGHT OP F fJM
PORCH OURW AN ARGUMENT TODAY. THB -VAxaiV
CACHES THIMBLE CLUB DECIDED To WOLD Gl- YP - J
ALL PUTURB MBtTTNftS ON THE LAWN. J I-
J , . K
was difficult, means vo outnln focd
Bluffs from distant points woro lim
ited, nnd tho situation looked critical.
When practically overyono had'
given up bono of saving any part of
tho crops, tho seagulls, tormod by
old Mormons as tho "mcsscngo'rs
from heaven," nppoared. Thoy did
not touch tho grain but warred on
tho crickets and in u short time had
riddon tho fields of tbo pest. There
aro no records to show from whence
tho birds came.
The seagull Is Utah's sacred bird.
It Is unlawful to kill It. Many of tho
pcoplo of this stnto hold' It in affoct
ionato memory and during tho sum
mer thousands glvo of tholr broad to
tho birds that thoy may bo scon In
largo numbers at Saltalr, a resort a
few miles from horo on tho Great
96,000 Acres of
'Afe Under Water
GREAT FALLS, Mont., Sopt. 27.
Wafer la nvatlablo for tho Irrigation
97,800 acres In ihfi Milk River
valley under works nlrcady con
structed by tbo United Stnlcs gov
ernment, nnd an additional 65,000
acres will bo accommodated when
Take Salts to Flush Kidneys
Back Hurts or Bladder
It you must bavo your meat every
day, oat It, but flush your kidneys
with salts occasslonally, says anoted
authority who tolls us that - meat
forms uric which almost paralyzes
tbo kldnoys' In tholr efforts to expel
It from tho blood. Thoy bocomo slug
gish and weaken, then you suffer
with a dull misery in tho kidney
roglon, sharp pains In tho back or
sick beadacho, dizziness, your atom-
ncn sours, tonguo is coatou ana wnou
tho weather is bad you bavo rheuma
tic twinges. The urino gets cloudy,
full of sediment,- tho channels ofton
get sore and irritated, obliging you
to seek relief two or threo times dur
ing tbo night.
To rioutrallzo theso irritating acids,
to cleanso tho kldnoys and flush off
tho body's urinous wasto get four
ouncos of Jad Salts front any phar
macy froo; tako, a.tablospoonful in
a glass of water beforo breakfast for
a fow days and your kldnoys will
then act fine. This famous salts is
made from tbo acid tit grapes and
lemon -Julco, combined with llthla,
and has been used for generations to
flush and etlmulato sluggish kldnoys,
also to neutralize tho acids In urino,
so It no longer irritates, thus end
ing bladder weakness.
Jad Salts is inexpensive: cannot in
jure, and makes a delightful efferves
cent Hthia-wator drink. Adv.-
ARE WOU' POND"
OF AUTOMOBILES f
m cause or
jvm.k3 t L X LIFaW vtfc&i (V99HA.X k7 assssM1
Irrigation projocts wow partially con
structed or planned aro complotod,
according to" Chester) 6. Davis, 'stnto
commissioner of agriculturo, who
rocontly vlsltod Malta and tho Milk
Itlvor, Mont., projoct.
Ready for Winter
NEW YORK, Sopt. 27. Tho
birds and boasts that live in th
Bronx Zoo aro preparing for an
onrly and hard winter. Although
thoy llvo In luxury and don't have
to worry about where their next
moal is coming from, they aro in
stinctively hoarding up food.
All classes of animals scent a
stiff wintor, koepors say. Tho
snutrrols aro putting in full days
storing up unusually largo quanti
ties of nuts. Tho pralrlo dogs, a
month attend of tlmo, aro socrotlng
lots of food into their underground
homos. Robins nnd blackbirds dro
flocking togothor, and showing un
mistakable signs of preparing for
migrating to southern cllmos.
Tho average mail' Is always won
dering what others think of him,
and tho chances aro tho others
nover glvo him n thought.
A Classiflea Ad will sell It.
IN OLD RECIPE
Bago Tea and' Sulphur Turn
Qmy, Faded Hnlr Dark
Almost overyono knows that Sago
Toa nnd Sulphur, properly com
pounded, brings back tho natural col
or and lustro to tho hair when faded,
stroakod or gray. Years ego tho only
way to got this mitxure was to
mako It at home, which ii mussy
Nowadays wo simply ask at tn
drug storo for "Wyotii's 8ago and
Sulphur Compound." You will got
a largo bottle of this old-tlmo rpclpe
Improved by tho addition of other
Ingrodlents, at very llttlo cost. Ev
erybody uses this preparation now,
becauso no one can possibly tell that
you dnrkenod your hair, as It doo
It so naturally and ovenly. You
datnpon a spongo or soft brush with
It and draw this through your hair
'taking ono small strand at a time,
by morning the gray hair disappears,
and after another application or two,
your hair bocomesc boautlfutly
dark, thick and glossy and you look
years younger. Adv.,...,.,!
of tho First State & Savings Bank
of Klamath Falls, County of Kla-
math, Stato of Oregon, showing the
amount standing to the crodtl Of
ovory depositor July 1, 1921, who
hns not made a doposlt, or who has
not withdrawn any part of his de
posits (savings deposits), princi
pal and interest, for a poriod of
moro than twelve (12) years im
mediately prior to said date, with
thb name, last known place' of rest
d'onco or post offlco address of such
depositor, and the fact of his death,
Name of" Depositor Amount
Ray Rbscoo Barkbiiret 11.40
Qoo. Clarence Browef 14.44
Frank Hlbberts $1.40
Allco Louise Weiss 14
Edward O. Whllpolsoy 91.44
A. C. Winkor, Wood, Calif ii 30
Stnto of Oregon,
County of Klamath, as.
I. John Slomcns Jr., bolng first
duly sworn, doposo and say upon
oath, that I am tho Cashier of the
First State & Savings Bank of Kla
math Falls, County of Klamath,
Stato of Oregon; that tho forego
Inn statement is a full, truo, cor
rect and completo sUtomont, show
ing tbo namo, last' Known residence
or pbstbftico address, fact of death,
if known, and tho amount to the
crodlt of each dopbsltor as roqulr-
YOU SHOULD SEE
THETRUCK I ATE
I HAp SOME OXTAIL
SOUP AMD J
f-OR LUNCH I
i"u. Tirm jasBBHi'j v I im assam - a
ted by thb provisions of Section
101S0-10163, Inclusivo Oregon
JOHN SIEMENS Jr.
Subscribed nnd sworn to before ma
this 20th day of August.
A. D. 1021,
Notary Public for Oregon.
(My commission expires January
ot tho First State tt Savings Bank
of Klamath Falls, County of Kla
math, Stnto of Oregon, showing the
amount standing to tho credit of
every depositor July 1, 1911, who
has not niado a deposit, or who has
not withdrawn any part of his d6
poslt (rommordol deposits), princi
pal or Intorcst, for a poriod of
moro than sovon (7) year im
mediately prior to said date, with
tho namo, last known place of reel
dqneo or postofttco address of ajioa
depositor, and tho fact of his death,
Namo of Depositor Amount
It. O, Harrison 13.05
v Klamath Falls, Ore.
W. B. Inncss 17.28
tjon'l. Dol'vy. San Francisco Calif.
Stato of Orogon,
County of Ktamnih, ss.
I, John Siemens Jr., being drat
duly sworn, deposo and say upon
oath that I am tho cashier of .the
First Stato & Savings Bank of Kla
math Falls, County of Klamath,
State of Orogon; that tho forego
ing stntoment Is a full, true, cor
roct and comploto statement, show
ing tho name, lost known roaldence
or postofflco address, fact of death,
If known, nnd tho amount to 'thb
credit of oach doposltor as requir
ed by tho provisions of Sections
101(10-,10163, Inclusive Oregon
JOHN SIEMENS Jr.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 20th day of August.
A. D. 1921.
Notary Public for Oregon.
(My commission explros January
12th, 1924. 1S-20:17.8
NOTICE OF nOND OFFERING.
Sealed proposals will be received
by tho Common Council of the City
of Klamath Falls, Oregon, for the
purchase of an Issuo of $80,000.00
general obligation bonds, in deno
minations of $1000.00 or $600.00,
maturing in fifteen years from Au
gust 1st. 1921, without right of prior
redemption. Said Issuo to be known
as "Klamath. Falls, Sewer Bonds"
boarlng a rate of interest of 6 per
cent per annum, payable semi an
nually. Both principal and interest
payablo at tbo Oregon Fiscal Agency
In New York City. Said bonds are
Issued and disposed of under the
cbartor of said city.
Each proposal to purchase must be
tiled with tbo Pollco Judge of said
city on or boforo 8 o'clock P. M., of
October 3rd, 1921, and be accomp
anied by a certified chock on some
responsible banking institution for
C per cent of amount of tho proposal.
Said Issuo will be disposed of at not
loss than par and nccured Interest
Tbo council reserving the right to
rojoct any and all proposals.
A. L. LEAVITT,
Pollco Judgo of tho City of Klamath
Falls. Oregon. . . . 11-20
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Not Coal Land
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Offlco at Lakevlew, Oregon,
Sept., 10, 1921.
NOTICE Is boreby given that John
F. HolbrooU. ot Malta, Oregon, who
on April 26th, 1919, made Home
stead Entry, No. 011005, for Lot 10,
bolng Farm Unit "A", Bection 16,
Township 4 IS, Range 12E, Will,
motto Meridian, has filed not!ceof
Intontlon to mako final three year
Proof to establish claim to the land
abovo dcscrlbod, bofore C. R. DeLap,
Clerk ot tbo County Court, at Kla
math Falls, Orogon, on tbo 17th day
of Octobor, 1921.
Claimant names as witnesses:
B. D. Smith, F. J. Halosek, L. R. Hbl
brook,' Edward Hamilton, all ofMa
Notice will be published for .five
consecutive weeks In the' Klamath
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