The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, September 29, 1925, Page 7, Image 7

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    TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1 025
EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
PAGE SEVEN
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DR. J. G. GOBLE
Ol'TOMETltlBT OPTICIAN
I0 Vln dt. Phone 1.13-W
Makx and grind Olasava Dupll
cata broken lunaoa rnpalr franioi
Dr. Philip Cole
OenniiU Practice of Dunttatr
Open P.feiiiugi by Appolntinni
Phona 50 tl Main
Orci Moa'i Btore
J. C. CLEGHORN
CIVIL ENOINEEIt
AND fiUUVBYOn
Tlione 20tM 210 High St.
American Legion
Klaninth Post No. I
Meetings Is snd Srd
Tuesdays. Court House
Basamont '
T R. OLrS, Coai'dr.
Phons I5I-W
Vochatzer Bros.
T1I.L Dllll.l.KlIM
Phone 225-R
1731 Melrose
Rstlmates gtvan on water
aystems. Prices Reasonable
Thursday evonlng. Visit
ing members weloome
Blki Temple, 3rd Main
Charlton cun In. Exalted
Itijler. Tom DelsSll, Boo
Marie Obenchain
Teacher ol Piano
One private lesson and ono
dona lesson u week.
Arm weight and relaxation
method.
Studio 305 Plnn St, back of
Elks' Temple.
Phone 563W
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MR.G0NNFreR ALL-WIG -LESS I KjTi XELPANVX
. PKDVES THAT HE'S I MAKES ,SOCIOK WU-A ,-TlU, HAVE 15 j
CONSIDERATE AND WIlLINu Jk ME GoRE ' !""" ' V. PAV THE DoC
TbDO HIS pART f . ViL.
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STILL WORRIED
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BUSINESS DIRECTORY
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rO0AK VVORK
Leave Your Fiitws
3eorc 9 O'ciocK-Your
A.ri. pict'ui"fi5 are
MA 01 PAR NORTH TRAVELS
.Vit) MII.IvS TO MM! DE.VTIST
RBOINA, Sunk. (A1) For nix
dajn Slater Carrier of the Order of
the tirey Nuna recently travelled
.'.on mil.' by canoe ami train to
, Refine, primarily to nee n den tint
I She oomOS from that Inlniul nils
. nloii In the cold hinterland of Xurtk-
ern Snl.,iirhevan, Notre Dame of
I the Bacred Heart. Beaurnl mlaalon.
til Ilea wcat of LaC la PlallKe.
Thin li her first vlea- of civilisation
I In five years.
I Slater Carrier declared that she
j liked her mission so much that she
. would not llko to bo transferred to
j another, unless she wna commis
sioned to en farther north, to work
among the Bsklmo she was return
lug to her pbst after a shori holiday
with relatives here.
IrZ 7
K. of G. Council No. 2255
Meetings: 8 P. M.
2nd and 4th Tuosdays
Lyceum Hall, 8th and
High Visiting KnlghU
welcome
Chas. Patterson. O. K
j
BKRMANCNT cOHoTRucrioM
Exclusive Licensed Mann,
fncturers for
The now Concrete Hollow-Wall
Building Brick for Founda
tions, Walls, Buildings, etc.
Absolutely Fire ana WoMher
Proof at a cost less than nuv
eUtir form of masonry.
Htouo-Tlle construction elim
inates upkeep exponas, la In
destructibly and Is approved
by the best architects aad
builders.
- Unexcelled ss b
Stucco finish
for
-a" ns Estimate Tour Job
th and Market. Phone BN2W
Concrete Pipe Co.
-Si . Jl Dwa . .
Vs! KLAMATH FALLS 0t?EC0W TnSl
I WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE
fjrtV) buy Tftlt F'f5 --fSsen
1
RECENT INJURY, AM ENCLOSING A RECEIPT-
THE AMOUNT YOU OWED ML
I HOPE IH1S WILL WL-
COVER VOUK POCIOR 01 LL
Muy
ready at s5 p.t
AGED INDIAN QUITS UOSPFTAIj
TO WALK BIOHTY JIII.CS
II A N V V . Alta.. -j. iff) Eighty-year-old
Peter Wisely, chief of the
Nordeff branofa of the Btoney In
dians, dreabed anil departed from the
Bnreee bispltal. whore he- was con-
tl I lor eye treatment, and walked
to Morley, SO miles. In two days.
Fearing that the doctors In chnrge
would not permit him to leave In or
der to hrlnK his trlho through the
mountains for the Indian celebra
tion at Hanff recently, ho sneaked
away early lii Ihe moraine and walk
ed across ihe prairies through the ex
treme heat. Bleeping In the open and
surviving on berries and water.
He has only one eye left, and that
dose not serve him very well, but his
Indian Instinct carried hint arrow
counts io his goal.
(3c5TtAj(srN A K gWyj "
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THE EVENING HERALD'S
NEW TODAY
.v. jflTHi indnrtion BOTliM IOr
J08T RHCBIVBD trow New York, u!Two inlM;rti,ii per Una iric
shipment of ilia finest fur coat I Three li rtlona per line aoc
ami JxjttOttAg, ranging In price Pour Insertions ....... wr linn 2fc
from $7s in 1181 ir garment. At Week (O times) per line Or
log Northern Fun Shop, slo Main DM Month per line 76c
St. These prices uru ( i DO til! Minimum marge 26c. Ads not
Ort. nth, only. 20 I consecutive aro charged u new fol-
i lowing each omission.
WHY PAY 190 or $ 1 ' for n cloth Flmt Insertion Is In "New Today"
Coal when you can luty u On Fur, column without extra charge, but all
Jaquetta for 78 or u fur nmt for' insertions In that column are at flrit
VI. 10. Which will look batter and Insertion rate.
inHt longer. Theae prices nr.- fogl
In days only, at the Northern Fur
bop. 20
POR BENT Bleeping room fur b-ii-H.man.
Private family. 860 N, 9th
01. 211-1
POR sale Corner lot 50 x 120, one
block from miiih Addition igchool
house, it. A. Eminiti, 817 Pine,
H29lf
POR SALE One ton Ford truck.
i7v Phone sr,iw. p, o. Box hi.
20-1
POR PAINTING and Di corallnK. nee
II. O'PafTell, East Main & r,ih St.
Phone H1W. 2a-r1,iiH nlnns und srirriflrallonn now on
WANTEIJ Two light truckii to haul!
boeta; I mile haul. Phone 1 7F.1. 20 I
I'Olt LEASE- -Itestaur.-iul and room- glni-cr upon deposit of five dollars
lug house; new. Clean place; 12 IID.Ooi. Said deposit will be rcfund
milat west of Klamath Falls on ' ed to unsuccessful bidders upon the
Ashland-Klamath Falls highway. I return of plana und specifications
flood Location. Isaac Moore. Keno. to tho County Engineer.
29-0' nids must be securely sealed,
- plainly marked "Bid for State Line
WANTED TO BUY flood used piano. Bridge.'" and addressed to the County
Cull r. 24 it.
L-ll-1
Foil SALE National cash register,
very good condition. Phone 708.
29-1'
BOARDER, ROOMERS Wanted, 421
Onki home cookluc. Photic 229W.
29-5
FOR SALE Bulck four ton truck.
Worth $4r,il. will tuk- 1375 cash.
Call 154, after 4 p. in. 29-1
FOR RENT- - Comfortable room for
one or two men, near bath. Phone
I99J. 29-1
WANTED Two prthiee room mod
ern furnished apartment, close in.
Address Box i09. Care Herald.
29-l
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Notice is hereby given, that sealed!
bids will be received by the County ( o'clock A. M. on Saturday, the Jra
court of Klamath County, at the ! day of October. 1925, for the con
County Court House up to two structlon of the American Legion
o'clock P. M. on Saturday, tliu 10th j Memorial Building. The building is
day of October. 1925. for: to be located on the Southeast cor-
Tbe Grading Of the County Road ncr of Block Thirty-five (30) Origin-
lieta n Chtloquln and the ' Modoc ; Town of Linkville. Klamath Falls.
Mill. I Oregon, and is to he built according
Plans and specifications may be
bail at the office of Hie Countv En
gineer upon the deposit of five dol
lara (5.00). Said deposit will be
refunded to unsuccessful bidders up
on the return of the plans and ape
clftcatidna to the county Engineer.
Mlds must be securclv sealed.
Plainly marked "Bid for Chlloquin-
Modoc ltoad," and addressed to ih.
County Clerk.
Bach bid must be accompanied bv
a certified check, bidder's bond or
cash In n sum not less than five per
cent 5S I of the amount of the bid.
said sum to be forfeited to Klamath
County upon failure of bidder to en
ter into contract provided by said
County, within ten.(0) days after
notice of acceptance of his bid.
The County reserves tho right to
reject any or nil bids.
R. H. BUNNELL.
County Judge.
BURKELL SHORT,
C. J. MARTIN,
Commissioners.
Pub. Sept. 29, Oct. 5.
CLASSIFIED AD BATHS
BW TODAY
aXfxAriyTj-urvViii"i" " M -
FOR SALE Dnderwpod typpwrlti r
;i!i K'XJfl an now, 3S caHh. Phono
II. 29-1
l.i;;.W, KOTICES
NOTICE To CONTRACTORS
Ifotlca l hereby Klvi-n, that ocalcd
hlda will bo received by the County
Court of Klamath County, at the
County Court (fOUM IP 'o 2 o'clock
p, M. on Saturday, the 3rd day of
October, l!i2.r,, for
The construction of a piling bridge
over l.ost Hiver on the State Line
(tear Tule Lake. In accordance with
flic In the office of the County En-
(tlnecr.
PIuiih and apcclficatlons may be
had at the office of the County Ln-
Clerk of Klumath County.
Bach bid must he accompanied
by a certified check, bidder's bond
or cash In the sum of not less than
five per cent (5) of the amount
of the bid. said sum to be forfeited
to Klamath County upon failure of
the Udder to enter Into contract pro
vided by said county within ten 1 10 1
days after notice of acceptance of
bid.
Tho County Court reserves the
right to reject any or all btda.
R. H. BUNNELL.
County Judge.
BURRELL SHORT.
C. J. MARTIN,
Commissioners.
Pub. Sept. 22-29
NOTICE TO CONTRA! TORS
Notice is hereby given, that sealed
bids will be received by the County
Court of Klamath County at the
County Court House up to eleven
! to the plans and specifications of rl.
n. rvrnsi
Bids will be received on the Gen
eral Contract only.
Plan:; and specifications, proposal
blanks and Instructions may be ob
tained at the office of H. R. Perrin.
209 Hopka Building. Klamath Falls,
Oregon
Bidder's bond or certified check for
the sum of Five per cent (5r) of
the amount of the bid must accom
pany each proposal, said sum to be
forfeited to Klamath County upon
failure of the bidder to enter into
contract provided by said county
within ten tlO) days after notice
cf acceptance of his hid.
The County Court reserves the
right to reject any or all bids.
By order of the County Court.
Dated this 21st day of Sept.. 1925.
C. R. DE LAP,
County Clerk.
Pub. Sept. 22. 29.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE OF
FINAL ACCOUNT
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon for Klamath County,
In the Matter of the Estate of
Katherine Ewing, Deceased;
Notice Is hereby given that I have
filed my final account as administrat
or of the Estate of Katherine Ewing,
Deceased, nnd the Court has set
.'iiio.ri i . : : . ii.u, ui i o..e
P. M. as the time for hearing objec
tions to such final account and for
the settlement thereof.
Dated this 8th dav of September,
1925.
CHARLES H. HILL,
Administrator.
Sept. S-15-22-29
NOTICE OF MEETING
i of Board of Equalization of tho
I Klamath Irrigation District.
Notice is hereby given that the
I Board of 'Directors o( the Klamath
i Irrigation District, constituting a
i board of equalization for said dis
trict, will meet and convene on the
First Tuesday In October, 1925, at
10 O'cloog A. M., being October f.
1925, at tho Office of tho District in
the Court House at Kiainath Falls.
Oregon, to hear and determine any
objections by any interested persons
to the assessments and apportion
ment thereof for the year 1025-
1 1920. and any 0 t li e r matters
connected therewith that may come
before the board.
Done and Dated this September 1,
1925.
Klamath Irrigation District,
(Seal! By A. M. THOMAS. Secretary.
Pub.: Sept. 1, 8, 15, 22, It.
NOTED FRENCHMAN DEAD
PARIS. Sept. 29. () Leon
Bourgeois, eminent. French states
man and former premier, is dead.
Kellogg bus barred Sukatvala
fliom America. But Ihe might slip in
disguised us radio station.
CLASSIFIED AD
NEW TODAY
C.ENERAL OFFICE man wauls slen
ographlcal, clerical or bookkeeping
work. 0 years experience; local
references, Phone 013, room 28.
28-30
Another shipment or smart look
ing wool dresses have juBt arrived
ut Bee Begln's Dress Shop. 129 So.
Seventh. 28-3
TO RENT 2 room suite, one single
room, reasonable. H13 Alameda.
28-30
WANTED Housework or. washing
and Ironing. 2143 White. Phone
271I.M. 28-30
FOR SALE 3 to 5 year old Hamp
shire rams. 30, f. o. b. shipping
point. Write or wire owner, Teha
ma ranch, Berber, Cullf S 28-0 10
FOR RENT Front room, heater IT
desired, phone, bath. 303 Wash.
2S4W. 28-30
SHORTHAND TAUGHT evenings;
Gregg system; call or write Mrs.
It.H. Price, room 14. court house.
28-3
THERE IS NO LIMIT to the hot wat
er at the Medical Hot Springs Nat.
M-tl
THEY LOOK LIKE NEW when we
get through. We are prompt.
Sixth St. Cleaners Free calls and
deliveries 204 So. 0th. Phone
49J. S 28 O 28
FOR SALE 5 passenger car In good
condition; 6 good tires; cheap.
'Phone 417J. 28-3
FOR RENT Three large furnished
housekeeping rooms, in private
home; also garage. 1028 Jeffer
son. 28-30
A big assortment of silk dresses
are to be closed out at Bee Begin 's
Dress Shop for only 512.75. 28-3
CAN YOU IMAGINE
A 7 ROOM HOME, close in. on one of
the best residence streets In the
city. Would make two dandy apart
ments, with separate entrances.
Good garage, graveled drive, wood
shed, trees, shrubs and lawn. Pav
ing in and fully paid. Only $4500-.
on easy terms.
WARD & DALE
601 Main St. 28-29
Buy your fall hat and coat at Bee
Begfn's Dress Shop, nice selection to
choose from. 28-2
THE WALTON WRIGHT COMPANY
Phone 643W
FOR SALE A valuable level corner
lot on the pavement in a select
residence section, with a new four
room, modern, well finished house
and double garage. Priced at $4500
for quick sale. Owner Is leaving
town.
A DANDY THREE ROOM house with
many built-in features. Priced at
only $2250 and very easy terms.
FOR RENT A new three room
house with extra wall bed. electric
range and water heater. On paved
street near Mills school house, $35
per month.
THE LOVELY HOME on the corner
of Crescent Avenue and East St.
will be vacant soon. See us about
it.
At Bee Begin's Dress Shop this
week a few silk drosses will be closed
out at f-6.95. 2S-3
Some very pretty evening dresses
on sale this week at Bee Begin's
Dress Shop. 2S-3
NOTICE
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given that the co
partnership heretofore existing be
tween Leon Hammack and Lucy
Hammack. under the style and firm
name of tho Owl Cafe is hereby dis.
solved. Leon Hammack has assumed
all of the existing copartnership in
debtedness to date and the public
is hereby notified that he will con
tinue tho operation of said business
as a sole trader doing business under
the style and firm name of the Owl
Cafe.
LUCY HAMMACK
LEON HAMMACK
Sept. S-15-22-29-Oct. 6.
WANTED
WANTED Carpenter work by day
or contract; work guaranteed.
Freeman and Everett, 1300 Lowell
Phone 508M. Il-lt
WANTED Girl for general house
work: fair wages, good home, for !
right party. Box 1!0 Care Herald.
2S-30 i
I
AFTEHNOl )N A RR1VA LS
J. W. Rodgers of San FtattclSCb,
C. H. DdfCfhl, Portland. II. Autley.
Laweview and W. M. Blggerstaff of
San Francisco registered late this
aftornoon nt the hotel White Pelican.
'Pullman porters say they don't
want to be culled Geongt), We find
thei.' don't wnnt to be called a I all,
SECTION
FOR SALE
FOR SALE $10.00 Iron cot, good as
uew for $4.00. Call at 419 Nel
son st. aite
FOR SALE New cnsli roglstor, cash
or terms. Joo's market, South 6th
Street. 23-29
;00 ACRES It YE STUBBLE, 1ft
miles from Midland. Inquire at
store at Midland. 25-1
FOR SALE Winter Banana, Jona
than, Delicious and Yollow New
town apples; Thompson seedlens,
Rom Peru, Muscat nnd Tokay
grapes. At orchard near Ashland,
or delivered In fifty-box lots. Ad
dress A. H. Davenhill, Ashland,
Valley View. 25-1
FOR SALE Two big. young draft
horses. O. K. Stables. Martin Pcr
noll. 26-S)
FOR SALE Underwood typewriter,
almost new, $10. 416 No. 3rd St.
2C-2
FOR SALE 192.1 Dodge sport, pri
vate owner. A-1 mechanically, Cal
if. Used Car Exchange; 8th and
Pine. 36-(S)
FOR SALE If you want a real good
business place, see R. O'Parrell,
East Main and 6th St. 26-2
FOR SALE Navajo rugs and China.
Phone 7SM, eenlngs. 28-30
FOR SALE--Jersey cows and heifers,
also upright, piano, practically now.
G. H. Kllgore. Morrill, Ore. 28-30
FOR RENT
MR, LARGE LAND OWNER: Do
you really want to sell at a good
figure? If so, let me use your
land on a sugar beet proposition,
a lease, and you will sell. One
man refused $96,000 cash- for one
section of land In alfalfa and su
gar beets: it Is no better than
yours. Box 188, Caro Evening
Herald. 25-26
FOR RENT Furnished Apts., close
in. Phone 342W. 419 N. 10th St
S 19-0 19
FOR RENT Filling station on So.
6th St. and Shasta Way. Will bo
ready by Oct. 1. P. Carntni, 2231
So. 6th St. 25-1
FOR RENT 2 room apartment, pri
vate bath and phone. Phone 428M.
59 Washington St. -24-30
FOR RENT Sleeping room. 527
Klamath Ave. Phone 461. 24-26
FOR RENT Grocery storfe; Pete
Carnlnl, 2231 So. Cth St. , 25-1
BOARD AND ROOM,
Ave.
515 Klamath
26-29
MISCELLANEOUS
WINDOW CLEANING, Floor wax
ing, house cleaning and janitor
service. References. A. M.
Rhodes. Phone 360W. 7tf
HEADQUARTERS for Manhattan
Woolen Mills. It it's made of wool,
we have it; also Paragon made-to
-measure ladies' coats. 522 So. 5th
St. Phone 456M. I will call to shew
my line. (Bonded). Absolute Sat
isfaction guaranteed or money rc
funded. Mrs, Beatrice C o r y.
SU Oil
SADDLE AND PACK Horses for hire,
$1.50 per day, each. Horse and
packer $5. M. H. Warn pier. Rocky
Point, Ore. M7if27
pj fr
TRIANGLE CAFE The place to get
good eats. OPEN' ALL NlOHT.
633 Main street. Phone 624. tf
SHOES REPAIRED BY 'MAIL
Send them to the Goodyear Shoe
ltepair Shop. 121 N. 8th St. Wo
pay the return postage.
25c BUNDLES OF PAPER.
office.
Herald
tf-nt
WILL TRADE 1925 Hupmoblle for
city or rural proporty. Louis Oer
vais, Algoma, Ore . S25-02G"'
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
Rids will be received for the dig
ging of one mile of ditch at Fort
Klamath. Bids open Thursday, Oc
tober 1, 1925. See or address L. C.
Siscmore at Fort Klamath, Oregon.
26-28-29-30
$21.50 - $29.50 - $11.50 Highest
grade all wool suits und overciats.
tailored to measure. 1004 Mnln.
26-2
Mrs. Willard Johnson
Teacher of Piano
One Hour lesson a week and
privilege of class work In
composition, history of mu
sic, ear training, etc.
Terms, $5.00 per month
Residence 1000 California
Phono 790W
Studio 503 3rd St. Ph.284M
O. K. Transfer Co., "If It s Loose Weil Move It"
PHONE 87
906 MAIN