The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, November 03, 1925, Page 7, Image 7

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EVENING IiERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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THE EVENING HERALD'S CLASSIFIED AD SECTION
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oerraioi'ATiuc physician
AND uunncori
I OfthX and Roaldonc Phon 821
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DR. J. a GOBLE
OPTOMETRIST OPTICIAN
7 Of v .i : it M. PhoB 1." '-w
Uk and grind v.: Dupli
cate brokan Iadim, repair frame
Dr. Philip Col
OeaaraJ Prsotlc of Dentlttr?
Open ''! Inici by Appointment
Ph,,n. 569 618 Main
Oror Mo' Htnr
J. C. CLEGHORN
civil engineer
and surveyor
Pbone scmm 319 High St.
merican
Legioo
Klamath Poll No I
Heeling ! nd Ira
raeedaya Court Hoa
Uaaoment
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1040
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Street
B. P. 0. ELKS Meet
Thuriday evening. Tlalt
lag mombert welcome
Ike Temple, 8rd I Main
Cbarlton Currln, Exalted
Ruler. Tom Deumll, flno.
K. of C. Council No. 2255
Mootlnga: 8 P. M.
tnd and 4th Tnnadara
Lyceum Hall, 8th and
High Visiting KulghU
woloome
Ohai, Patteraon, 0. K.
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Kodak Work
Leaye Your Filtus
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Pictas are ready at" 5 p.
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WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE
OUV THEIR DRUGS
O. K. Transfer
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Mrs. Willard Johnson
Teacher of Piano
Oiiii Hour lesson a win k and
privilege of rliiH work in
rompualllpn, history of mu
i'ir. c .ir training. etc!
Terms, $5.00 per nioiuli
aealdenea lOoo California
Phono 0 vV
Studio 503 3rd Si. Ph.HSIM
. Vochatzer Bros.
WVIX DRILLER"
Phone 226-R
. 1731 Melrose
Rittmal given on water
ytnix Price Roaaonabl
tattnMANCNT CONSTRUCriOM
rlnlr Urfnwl Me",
farrumn fo
-The new Concrete Hollon-Wal
Bnlldlng Brick tor Found
tlona,. Wall. Building, etc
Absolutely rire and Wotber
Proof at a coat leaa than an'
otbar form of maaourjr.
Btone-Tlle eonatrnotton ellm
lnatea upkeep expenae, la In
4eetruotlble, and la approved
t the beat arohlteeta and
bntldare
Cneiccllod bur
Btncoo flnlih
for
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Klmtf Tour JToh
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Hi and MArket. Phone 582W
Concrete Pipe Co.
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(SW ARRETS
Milk iteadr- Boil churning cream
0 r not ahlpporn' track in zone 1.
Cream deUrdred Portland 59: Raw
milk UK) 2.80 cwt. f. o. b. Port
land. Poultry firm. Heavy honn sr.: light
17: prlnK" If 2S; brollora 2S
29: young while duckn 22 .. 25;
drenx'd turkeys 40 & 42: live 30
Pointoc firm. fZ (fi $2.50.
OnlohK firm, 1.00 1.70.
Muta.Htcady. Wulnula No. 1, 28
M; Klllmrm nominal; AJmonda 2s
ti 5.; C . i fl 28; Oregon
ehotiputi ih.
Ciieniru liHrk nominal at (i ii 7:
Ogegon emtio root nomlnnl.
Hops llrm. new rrrri, eluatora
24 H ; fuggloa 27 ',, 28.
Beginning with
' Saturday the 24th
The Altamont Auditorium
(I'ndor Now .Management)
Will givo regular
Wednesday and Saturday
Night Dances
flood floor nnd good music. All
conveniences.
(iiillowiiy's Orchestra
EVERETT TRUE
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per line lOe
... r linn 15c
m t linn 20e
Three Insertlona
Four ifisertlona
. r line Bftc
Week (0 i lines) per line W)c
One Month pt line 7o
Minimum cnarge Z6c. Ads not
consecutive are charged as new tal
lowing cuch omlaalon.
Flrat Insertion la la "New Today"
column without extra obrrg. but all
Inacirtlons In that column an at first
Inaortlon rate.
MARKETS
I'OKTIAND, Ore., No it. - (I',
Cattle nominally steady; no receipts.
Hons nominally stoicl no re
ceipts. Bbeep nominally steady; receipts
240.
KKB 2c Idwer; currcin njcolpti 47;
fresh medium 41 41 i: fresh
standard firsts 43 fresh
stuiidard extras 47 i 4.
Butter steady. Extm cubes, city
65; standards 54; prim, flrnts 5.1;
firsts 4D: underrnd. ,
prints 67; cartona 68.
PORTLAND. Ore.. Oct.
firm. Extras lc bjhrhe
receipts 47: fresh medlm
Fresh standard flrsn
Fresh iitaudard extras 4S
nominal;
31 Eggs
Current
; i -1 1 1 ' ,
I 5 1l 15;
0 50.
llutter steady. Extra cube, city
55; standards 54; prim., firsts 53;
first 49: undergrade, nominal;
prints 57; cartons 68.
Milk steady. Best churning cream
56 net shippers' trork n Zone 1.
Cream delivered Portland 59e. Raw
milk (4 per cent) 82.00 cwt, f. o. b"
Portland.
Poultry steady. Heavy hens 24 tP
25: IlKht. K1&17; eprlni;s 230IB;
Broilers 28 fi 39; younc wliite ducks.
2226; dressed turkeys 37TM0;
live 30Q31.
Potatoes firm. 12.2.", ru J2.50.
Onions firm, il.(!nri 1.70.
Nuts steady.' Walnuts number 1.
2s.fi 31; Filberts nominal; Almonds
2S32; Brnill nuu 24J28; Ore
gon chestnuts 18.
Caacara Hark nnmlual at G17;
pregqn grapo root nominal.
Hops firm. Nev crop, clueters
24 fi 25; Fugglea 27.
PORTI..ND. Ore'.'. Oct. 31.- i,T-,
Today., receipts .. 70; Hogs.
1125 1963 direct); Sheep son ,o!i--
tract i ; Total 13 .carloads.
Receipts for week, innnroxlmntei I
cattle iW. CaJV,,,.100;'jlogs''
nueep iiiij; ioun Cera.
Cattle, compared week ago, most
ly steady: spot-, shade higher on
steers; calves und vealers 5t)c to
$1 lower; week's bujk prices: Beef
itcers ?G.75D$ : Tup $s .15; Cowt
and heifers '$3. :.o to $5; Scattering
sales S5.75 to $C; dinners and cut
ters, hulls ?s:25 to ?4 51; Best milk
v. al calves $8.50 to ?:i.'50: Top $10;
Heavy calves and thin vealers $4
to $6.50.
Hogs compared week ago. most
ly 25c lower; week's bulk prices:
Light butchers $12.2512.50; small
selected lots 12.75: heavies and un
dercuts ?12 dewn: packing 'sows
$8.50 to $10; slaughter pigs $11
to $12; feeder pigs $12 to $12.50.
By CONDO
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tt TKr AIR THROUGH
Xou WANT Xo A
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KlrM Insertion
Two IntHTtion w
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"If It's Loose We'll Move It"
NEW TODAY
MIIH. LENA DAVIS lias opened drwaa
inuklng parlors at 1040 High Bt.
Alterations a specialty. Your pat
ronage solicited. Phone 5C8J. 3-5
FOR HAI.K
1924 DODOE ( OUPE
her, reeonditlonod. .
-New ruh-
1 1923 DODOE TOURtNC Com
pletely overhauled; new top.
1 1923 DODOE ROADSTER Oruss
ulr shocks; biimpnrs, wind wings;
fa light.
1 1924 FORI) COUPS
1 1922 gqitOf COMMERCIAL f
Terma on ahove cars. Priced right
for quick sale.
Wakefield Motor Co.
170 .Main St. Phone 100 3-7 til
WANTED Olrl wishes housework
or any other kind of work. Phone
392W. 3-1
FOR SALE 1000 quarters of beef,
at a low price. Phone 525J. Tru
love & Halloway. 223 So. th fit.
8-9
WANTED TO BUY 76 light veal.
Tritlove & llolloway. Phone 575J.
223 So. 6th St. 3-9
WANTED 50 head of young feed
er cows. Trulove & Halloway.
Phone 576J. 223 So. 6th St. 3-9
A NT I FREEZE INSURANCE it writ
ton by Whizz. Get scrme today at
Acme .Motor, 6th and Oak St. 3-10
ALL MUSICIAN'S are requested to
meet at the Moose hall Friday,
Nov. 6, 7:30, to organize a band.
Bring ynur Instruments for the
first rehearsal. 3-4
FOR RENT Now four room modern
bungalow, close in. Inquire 216
Washington St. 3-5
WHIZZ ANTI FREEZE protects your
radiator. For sale at Acme .Motor.
3-10
FOR RENT Partially furnished
house. J. C. Brockenbraugh, 619
No. 12th St. 3-5
FOR RENT Oarage; 11th and Lin
coin. Phone S05W from 8 to 6
t-JS
FOR SALE Heater practlcallv new.
complete S16.00. 1117 East St. 3-5
i;heou;e.'el8RUra
; : :
11' . fJI T-i Iirr .
FOR SALE 1923 Ford truck.
with
3-4
uarford gear. Phone 2SSR.
WHIZZ ANTI FREEZE
is cheaper
ihd easier than draining your ra
diator don't go another day with
out some. For sale at Acme Motor.
,3-10
SEE THE ACME MOTOR today for
your Whizz anti freeze. 3-10
WANTED Woman wishes work by
hour. CallSSSJ. mornings or eve
nings. 3-9
FOR RENT
FOR RENT Cabins for white men.
See Collins, 724 Market. O 21-N21
FOR RENT
toge, bath.
4 room furnished cot
Inquire 315 Lincoln.
27tf
FOR RENT First class furnished
apartment, steam heated. McCar
thy Apartmepts, 630 Pine. Phone
SOO. 29t
FOR RENT Furnished Apt. with
hath. 58 Main St. 31-3
The Best Is the
Cheapest
And Remember that It Costs
. No More.
It. is one thing to buy a homo
and it is another to bo satis
,tied with it alter you get it.
Have a house, built for you. to
your orderf just ns you like it,
with strong" lines of individual
ity about it. Yotl take pride In
It your friends admire it. Snt
Isinctory! What's the answer?
A huppy family.
H. E. Roskamp
Designer and Builder
1732 Esplanade Phone 572
furnished
31-3
FOR RENT A desirable sleeping
room for lady or gentleman. Clot
In. 532 No. 8lh St. Phonu 985W.
31-7
FOR RENT 2 room furnished
apartment, water and light fur
nished; also 4 room furnished
a part men I. closo in; reasonable.
Inquire 1S09 Main. 2-4
FOR RENT ' room furnished bourn
piano, telephone, garage. Phone
202W between 6 nnd 7. i-3
FOR RENT -Modern 3 room apart
ment, furnished; furnace heat.
Call 2MW. 2-3
FOR RENT Furnished apartment,
920 Lincoln. Phone 597W. 2-4
WANTED
WANTED Colored woman wishes
work by hour. Phone 2G7R. 29-4
WANTED Light truck) to haul
lumber. W. II. Kitts, Bonanza. Ore.
31-4
LOST AND FOr.ND
LO ST Carrier' subscript:, r,
collection book; reward. Rctnri
to Herald office. 31-i
LEGAL NOTICTR3
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at Lakevlew, Oregon,
October 14, 1925. No. 012321.
Notice is herevby given that Al
fred Cummlngs, of Dorrls, Callfor.
nla, who, on October 29, 1924, made
Homestead Entry Act June- 9. 19 16,
No. 012321, for EHNWH, Section
33. Township 40 S., Range 7 E, Wil
lamette Meridian, has filed notice of
Intention to mako Three Year Proof,
to establish claim to the land above
described, before C. R. DeLap. Clerk
ct the County Court, at Klamath
Falls. Oregon, on the 8th day of
December, 1925.
Claimant names as witnesses :
V. T. Dorrls. Walter Nichols, S.
H. Reeves, Ned Connley, all of Dorrls,
California.
F. P. LIGHT,
Register.
Oct. 19 - Nov. 18 (30 Consec. days)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the County Court af the 'State of
Orcjon lor tho .County of Klamath.
In the Matter of the Estate of
It. P. Hoi y, also known as
Henry P. .)loqy. Deceased. . '
-sm.ee k, uereny given to necrea -
I tors of naid deceaged. and all per-
sous tttemted m his estate, to pre-
sent their claims to the undersigned.
(Si dtfly Kppbintea Ancillarr A'dhiln -
istrator with the WiJl annaxori of
baid.deredent and his estate, at rooms!
1 and -J: Loomls Huildiug, in Ivlamath :
Falls, Oregon, within' six , months
iruui ami autr ini3 uiu oay oi ucio -
hay 1Av' lh Je ;--
-"-, 1 mv; unit) ui it c mat L-uuii-
cation oLthis notice.
Dated October u 1926 .
. J. H. CARNAHAN.
.w iiii.,,, AuiuiuisLraiur wiui tne ;
Will annexed of the said estate.
O 6. 13, 20, 27, N 3.
NOTICE OF HEARING OF FINAL
ACCOUNT
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon for Klamath County.
In the Matter of the Estate
of Frank McEntce, Deceased.
Notice Is hereby given that W. A.
Wlest. administrator lie bnnt; nnn
of the estate of Frank McEntee. de -
ceased, has rendered his Final Ac
count and filed his petition for final!
settlement and discharge, and that)
Saturday, the 5th day of December,!
1925, at 2 o'clock P. M.. at the
County Court Chambers, in the Court
House, in Klamath Falls, Oregon,
has been appointed for hearing said
Final Account and potiTion for dis
charge, and objections thereto. If
any; and at said time and place any I
person interested in said estate may
appear and file his exceptions in
writing, .and show cause, if any ho
has. why said final account should
not bo approved and allowed, and
the estate settled and the adminis
trator discharged.
W. A. WIEST,
Administrator de bonis non.
Pub. NOV. 3, 10, 17, 21. Dec. V.
WANTS HUSBAND
Mrs. George S. Grbdn of Tenno, Las.
Ies County. Calif., Writes
The chamber of commerce Is 10
day In receipt of a letter front Mrs.
George S. Green or Torino, Lassen
county. Cullf.. asking that the local
otfico aid her In finding her hus
band, who was supposed to have
come to Klamath Falis. planning to
prospect in the vicinity of Crater
Lake. She describes her husband as
having hazel eyes, wearing a full
beard and his right arm lame. He was
traveling with n man by the name of
Jack Denton. His car bore the li
cense number ffS38?t4 and the en
gine number 3023374, Mrs. Green
is very anxious to get In touch with
hfer husband and asks that anyone
knowing of his whereabouts write
her.
A. W. Fox field suit In Eugone,
Oregon, against P. B. Wible for
I $2400 alleged to be due as his share
; of profits of a sawmill near tunnel
5, on the Klamath Falls-Eugene
(cutoff of the Southern Pnrtfic.
FOR KENT - 7 room
house. Phone 496W1.
PHONE 87
906 MAIN
FOR MALE
FOR SALE -10 hoad flno wool Raa
boulllet bucks, ('all or write A. E.
Williams, Rt. 1, Box 186, Anti
land. Ore. 0 7 N
FOR SALE One National cash Big
later, for q Uck sale J 7 5. inquire
W. C. Van Emmon, Hart Building,
phone 403., 26-7"
FIFTY FOOT FRONTAGE on 6th St.
150 ft. deep, with small modorn
store, Icci! tu $4,000. Louis
nervals, AtnomnJ Ore. o 27-tN 27
FOR SALE At a bhrgalm't small ho
tel located at slock shipping .enter.
Snap for energetic man and wo
man. For particulars, nddrusa Mrs.
Francis Uoycc. Midland, Ore.
29-4
FOR SALE Or trade for good mod
ern 4 or 6 room house: 120 ncrea
timber cruising i'k M. ft. or more,
near Rosobnrg. Ore.; creek run
ning through trnct. clear af Incum
brance. R. V. Burto, Thompson
Falls, Montana. 29-1
FOR SALE Or trade for city prop
erty: a 320 acre ranch; also all
kinds of new and second bund
goods, cheap. C. W. Williams. 824
Klamath Ave. 3tO9
FOR SALE Four door 1924 Ford
sedan. Good condition; term. Call
182 betweon 8 a. m. and J p. m.
". 30 5
SALE OR TRADE -r-For. . city" prop
erty: Cadillac 7 pas. tourl
irlng; also
set of auto tools.
O. S. Oiaen.. Oen.
31-3
Dely.
EVERYTHING in Standard' trees,
shrubbery, vines and roaeu. J. A.
Farley, Chamber of Cbmtndrce, or
588J. . '' nn ''2-4
FOR SALE 2 work horses, weight
about 1360; also harness, almost
new, $175.-00 for both. Inquire
route I, Box" 7, Mills Addn. 2-7
NEW AND SECOND HAND gooda nt
second hand prices. Gooding'-', -'.).;
Main St. below the court" house.
, 1-3
FOR SALE Lady's dark blue suit,
size 40. Inquire 130 So. 7th St.
Phone 72. 2-4
I FOR SALE Jonathan apples. 3c
ponnd; best cooking and eating;
bring sacks and get a few pounds.
They won't lost long; alao young
singer and wire cage for $8.00.
4 miips east and 1-4 mile north on
Lakevlew Rt. PJiope 891W3. V3
i, HAVr F0R SALE 23 head Of
voung Jersey heifers, some to
freanen soon, that show' their
v..ji ti. i., tti
! ,'rehrert Avrahlres soon to fresh
en. For particulars see oyu
Brunor, 1240 Wilfprd A,va: '2-4
poR f?A"LB
Lloyd loOm baby buggy.
i i
I fia.w'i-
447 Alameda. 2-3
FOR 8ALW 130 head range ewOs,
, d wadilioa, priced. right.
n-rnnnr Dm. Klnmnlh Fnlls
Merrill Route.
2-7
FOR SALE 2" head dairy cattle;
' 14 cow mlljking. May be seen at
Gus Soderland ranch, Keno rood.
2,4
FOR SALE 4 room house, ono
block from Mills school, and East
Main street. Price $1750; term.
503 Martin street. 2-7
i FOR SALE My entire herd of pure
I Qlinpthnni .. .ttl.. frnm. !.r1..;--
al accredited tuberculosis' - free
herd. One bull 9 months did, one
bulk calf, la cows and belters, 12
of breeding age. Prices right for
qn!ckB'tile. W. B. Lindsay, Merlin.
Josephine county, Oregon. 21(1
WINDOW CLEANING, Floor wax
ing, house cleaning and janitor
service. R e f e r o n.c ea.j.A M.
Rhodes. Phone 360W. Rf
HEADQUARTERS for Manhattan
Woolen Mills. It It's made of wool,
we have It; also Paragon mado-to
-measure ladies' coats. 522 So. 5th
St. Phone 456M. I will call to show
my line. (Bonded). Absolute sat
isfaction guaranteed or money re
funded. Mrs. Beatrice Cory.
811 Oil
TRIANGLE CAFE The place to get
good eats. OPEN ALL NIGHT.
633 Main street. Phone 624. 'tf
SHOES REPAIRED BY MAIL
Sond them to tho Goodyear Shoo
Repair Shop, 121 N. 8th St.,, Wo
pay the return pdslag'o.'
2 5c BUNDLES OF PAPER, Hec
office. tf-ut
ROBERTS SUITS AND Overcoats,
band tailored to measure, inow
showing Winter stylos in long
strand virgin wool fabrics. Phono
109 nfcd I will call with sample,
or see mo at the Gun Store Sat
urday afternoon aD.l evenings. A.
It. (Ace) Renner. 03-NM
t-
PIA.VO TUNING W. II. Morgan, at
the Earl Shepherd Co.
MATTHEWS TO CALIFOUSIA
Mr. any Mrs. Henry Matthews are
leaving Thursday for 0 month's VI
catlon trip which they plan to
spend In southern California with
relatival and friends.
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