The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, November 23, 1925, Page 7, Image 7

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    Monday, November 23, 1925
EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Page Seven
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Dt'NoOMC&D HER FORMER?
NI6MT, I'M COWVlMCEO
SHE LOVCf-. CHICK.
MORE THAN WE
THINK
HERALD'S
Mrs. Willard Johnson
Teacher of Piano
One Hour liumon . week and
printout) of claim work lu
conipoallloii, history o( tuu
lie, utir training, etc.
Kcalitencn 1U0U California
J'Iiodii 7 0 0 W
Studio 603 3rd SI. Ph.284M
Dr. Philip Cole
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Upn i'. i br Appolntmoui
Pkno -6 51 Wain
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J. C CLEGHORN
OTVII BNOINBMl
AND BURVBYOR
Phone 10 4 M m lClttti Hi.
American Legion
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Tneadaya. Court Honaa
Butmont
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Phone, tI-W
B. P. O. ELKS Meets
Thoridtr rnln. vuit
Ink raembtra welcom
Ik! Tample, 8rd Main
OhaTltpn-'Currln, Rxaltod
Knlnr. Tosn DcltMl, Boc.
K. of C. Council No. 2255
Mc'cHnna: g P. M.
3nd and 4th Tuondavi
Eyooum Hall. 8lh and
HIh -Vlaltlng Knluhu
welcomn
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p Baled Straw-Murpheys Feed Store. Phone 87, 906 Main
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BELLS WILL
bOON BE.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
DR. F. R. GODDARD
ROPATHIC PHYSICIAN
AND SORiiKOW
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DR J. G GOBLE
OPTOMKTKI8T OPTK-IAN
Toil Mull) SI. Phono GflilW
Miiiiii and itriiid (Imma iruiiii
citto hroktn h'inc, rupitlr (nuUM.
Vochatzer Bros
WEUI OKILXKIta
Phone 225-R
1731 Melrose "
Biilmatvi (Iran on wtr
ratomi. Prleu Rouonabl
PCHMAIIIJNT CONSTRUCTION
lnliulir I.Ii.iim-.i Ham
faotuntra (or
-Tha now Concr,te Hollow-Wal
Building Brink (or ' Founda
tlona, Walla, Bulldlngi, ato.
Abiohitclj rira and Weather
Proof at a coat leaa than any
oUar form of maaonrr.
--stonn-TiiB eonatrnotlon allm
tnatea apkoop ezpenie, In In
laitrustlhle. and Is approved
y the haat trohltocta and
hnlldora.
Dncioellnd aa a baa (or
Htncoo fliUah
'At aa Kattmatf Vour Job
Mh ab(I MmrM'. phone B88W
Concret Pipe Co.
Work
ready a1 6
i'mtor rr 'ibo-
A MARRIAGE LIKE
every J
that would bimd
WELL,
OUK FAMILV To
Theirs More
RRMLV XOi.
CI.ASHII-IKO
BATES
FHrat Inaertton
Two Inaonlona
Three InM'iilona
Four hiMTtlmia -Wivk
(0 llmea)
One Month ..
Ulnlmum marac
per line 10c
per line IBc
.per line 'j;i
per line !SB
.per llnb 80c
per line 7Hc
lac Ada not
conaocutlvo aro chargod aa nav (Al
lowing each omlaalon
Flrat Inaortlon la la "New Today"
column without extra charge, bat all
inaortlona In that column are at tint
Inaortlou rate.
XKW TODAY
U,i,,. AT THIS
1 ROOMS OF FliltNlTl'IHO lnclud
hiK Pland for nale, II 00: terms.
4 room modern house, for rout.
52". SO. 720 N. 9th Si. W
Ynkiiim SpmN per owt. $3.25
A-l OnlouH. por cwt. $3.25
Onlontt (Znda) per cwt. 2.00
Apples 7fic to 1.75 per box
Crapes 5 to !c por lb.
Bweet Spuds 5c per lb,
Bgga 50c por dox., by ct. 48c
Cldor 40c por Bui.
BCOTT1 PRODUCE CO.. East Main
Phono 189 23tf
BUSINESS MEN want room and
board, central locution: state terms
write Box 217 care Herald. 23-25
SAXOPHONES overhauled, repaired,
repatlded, adjusted. Agent Bucach
er saxophones and hand instru
ments, cash or time payments. L.
h. Stein. 435 N. 2nd St. 23
CABIN FOR ItENT
Alalnctla. -8 dollars. 813
23-25
FOR KENT Furnished apartment.
708 North Oth, or phono 467M.
23-25
WOMAN WANTS practical nursing or
general housework. Inquire Hold
win hotel. 23-2"
STOVES, AXjh KINDS For lev,.
CiOOdtnSi 236 Mnin St. Below the
Court House. 23-24
FOH i-Al.E Fortl tednn, itoud condi
tion. Write Box F. S., cure Her
ald, for appointment-
WANTMD - Experienced accessory
parts clerk. Do not npply unless
experienced uud can give refer
ences. Acme Motor Co. 23-25
FOR KENT 3 Inrm) furnjshod
ItousekeeliliiK rooms, in Rood lo
cation on pavement: clean and
airy: no children. Apply Stinson
studio or 11!) Wash. St. Phone
ltllfl 23-24
FOR KENT - Furnished modern 5
room house: piano, phone, gar
age. Phone 292W between ti and 8.
23-24
EXPERIENCED STHNOORAPHBR
wishes position: capable conscien
tious. WVIte Box 21S earo Herald.
., 33-3(1
FOR KENT Two houses, modern,
furnished; close to Country club.
Inquire within or phono 329.
23-28
Z. Peters
(Ortid. Univ. Cnlif.)
Toucher of Piano and Violin
Accredited by Stato Board
ot Education.
Phone 45 1W
; ODR FAMIL7 To y
x Theirs More; Ysi
THE EVENING HERALD'S
H The THE EVENING HERALD
Old dirtioiiAf ! kIiouIU b d.carded, racnt actmtist have
brouffht additional word into our language, and the pub
lUhert had to discard their old printing ptatci. Here Is the
newly compiiVd dictionary bjrger and more complete than
any similar one enlarged vocabulary all tb new word and
new tpccial feature now ready for every reader.
EASY FOR YOU TO GET
Three of thw-
Mail Orders
It by mail, In'. 1 .:-.
7 cents poctagr up
to 13(i mile; 10
certto up io
rnilt;or(orefr-'tr
dlttaflece ak yoir
povtmatair foi rivi
on 3 jounds
Your Old Dictionary i Now Out of Date
77us it the ideal book for solving Crott Wore Puzzles
MARKETS
PORTLAND, Ore., Nov. 23. (p
Cattle steady to 25c up; receipts,
cattle 1800 (72 thnm.h); calvoa
145. Steers, good 7.75 8.00; me- ;
dlum 6.50W7.7B; common 5.50
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5.60; heifers, tgood 5.756.V0
c.imm:in and medium 4.40Q5.7D;
cow, good 5.20r,,r,ii; oanrmon
and medium 3.25 5.25; Canne s
and cutters 1.SO03.25; hulls. go:d
Uocf (yearlings excluded) 3.75 Of
4.50; common to medium (canncrs
and bolognas) 3.00(t :i.75: calves,
medium to choice (milk feds ex
cluded) 7.00 10.00; culls and com
mons 5.0007.00; realers, medium
to choice 10.00 12.00; culls and
common 5.50io.oo.
Hogs steady to "trpng, receipts :
2830 (80 through). Heavy weight,
(250 to 350 lbs.) medium, good and I
choice 11.00 V412.00 ; medium weight j
(200 to 250 lbs.) madiam, good aad !
choice 11.5012.00; light weight
(160 to 200 Igs.) common, medium,:
g.iod and choice 1 2. U0 iff-1 2.30 ; ,'
light lights (130 to 160 lbs.) com
mon, medium, good and choice 11.00
12.00; packing hog,( rough and
smooth) S.0010.00; slaughter pig3
(90 to 130 lbs.) medium, go.d andig.32; colored 2 lb 2V4 lbs. 3031.
choice 10.00 11.50; feeders and Young roosters: colored 3 lbs.
stocker pigs (70 to 130 lbs.) medi-293o; staggy showing spurs nom
um. good and choice 1 1.00 11.50. I inal.
(Soft or oily hogs and roasting 0ld roosters colored 15 17; leg-
pigs excluded In above quotations.)
Sheep nominally, steady, rerclpts
65, lambs, good and ch.'ice (Mt
Adamsf 12.0013.00; lambs. mc -
dlum to gcod (valley) 11.00 012.50;
heavyweight (92 lbs. up) 9.00 54
11.00; all weathers, culls and com
mon 7.00 5410.00; yearling weath
ers, medium to choice 8.00011.00;
swes, common to cholco 4.00 07.00;
runners and culls 1.5004.00.
Eggs steady; current receipts 45;
fresh medium 38 038 54; fresh
EVERETT TRUE
ocr4- orcmimcj
Yf; C . r i-j- xn
WRIT'S A PlP RiOh-t moJT
THINK 1 t rarfJSEV 100 y0v
Met. STAV
presanted or mailed to this newspaper
vlth a nominal sum to cover cost of hand
lirifji packing, clerk hire,
distribution, etc., amount- O
ing to only cjr O CenU
Entitles every reader to this New
Enlarged Universities Dictionary
Without Futhr Expert ar OMisaU-m
and MorMty Bacb if Ntt ltii
standard firsts 40461; frMh
standard extras ft W-9.fi frcb un
dersized 3030V4.
Butter steady. Exlra cubes, lty
54; tUandards 53; prime firiu 52;
firsts 50; undersrades nominal;
M(lk 8teidy. Best cfiurnlng cream
K net shippers track in zone 1.
I cream delivered Portland 59c. Raw
milk (4 per cent.. $2.00 cwt. f:b
! Portland.
n,...tl... ...... 11 r.
, nen) 2C27; light 185419; springs
iiiiiiij yvij iiijii, o.a,.i... nvntj
24 25; bi altera 29 30; young
arhlet ducks 2225; dreised tur
keys 4547; live 3233.
Potatoes firm 2.50 2.85.
Onions quiet 1.75.
Nuts steady. Walnuts number 1.
i28lfr33: filberts 25: almonds 27
BrM, nutg 2428. 0regon
chestnuts 18.
Cascara fcark iiDmlnal at 67;
Oregon grape root nominal,
Hops quiet, prices generally
3teady. New crop, clusters 22V4;
fugBiC3 25.
san- FR.VXCISCO, 4'qc. 23. (IP)
nroflers. Leghorn 1 to 1 1-4 lbs.
38040; poorer 3S: 114 Iob. 39
40; colored 1 1-4 to 1 3-4 lbs. 30
34. t
Fryers: Leghorn 2 to 2 lbs. 30
horn 12 014.
Leghorn hens 2 54 lbs. 25 026;
3 lbs. 2628; 3 1-4 to 3 54 lbs. 2S
j30
Large colored hena fancy 30031.
Turkeys young 44 047; old 40
42; dressed 55056; few 5705S;
old 53054; culls 42045.
WASHINGTON. There's some
thing at the bureau of standards
'that can register the heat the earth
receives from Mars.
By CONDO
fvre . TRvjr.
CLASSIFIED AD SECTION
LEGAL NOTICES
fiTirn
Notice Is hereby given that there
aro funds In the County Treasury
for the redemption of Horsefly Irri
gation District warrants, protested
on or before November 9. 1925.
Also for the redemption 01' I.an
goll Valley Irrigation District war
rants, protested on or before Novem
ber 7, 1925. Interest en same will
cense from this date.
Dated at Klamath Falls, Oregon,
this 20th day of November, 1925.
VF3HA HOUSTON,
Nov. 20, 21, 22 County Treasurer.
NOTICE OF FILI.Vt; PETITION
In Hie t'ouuty Court of the State of
Oregon, for Klamath County.
In the Matter of the Guardian
ship of Oble Walker, an Insane
person.
To Ohio Walker and to all persons
Interested :
Notice is; hereby given that R. H.
Anderson has filed his petition in
the above entitled court praying that
he be appointed Guardian of Obie
Walker, an insane person, to take the
care, custody and management of the
estate and property of said Obie
Walker, and that the above entitled
Court has fixed the hour of 2 o'clock
p. rn. of Monday the 21st day of
December, 1925. and the Court Room
of the County Court in the City of
Klamath Falls, Oregon, as the time
and place for the hearing on said
petition, at which time and plnce
the said Oble Walker and all persons
Interested may present their objec
tions. If any. to the appointment of
said Goardian.
This notice is published pursuant
to an order made by the Honorable
R. H. Bunnell, Judge of the County
court of the State of Oregon for
Klamath County, made and entered
upon the 21st day of November
1925.
FRED D. FLETCHER,
Attorney for Petitioner.
Address No. 16 Loomis Building,
Klamath Falls, Oregon. Nov. 23, 30
TWO MEMBERS OF
TEXAS HIGHWAY
COMMISSION OUT
AUSTIN, Tex., Nov. 23. ()--The
chairman of the Texas highway
commission. Frank V. Lanham of
Dallas, and Joe Burkett of EnuM.md i
Texas, a member, resigned today.
There have been movements for
a special session of the legislature
with the purpose of impeaching some
of the members of Governor Miriam
A. Ferguson's highway commission.
A judgment for $600,000 was ob
tained Friday by Attorney General
Dan Moody against the American
Road company, whose highway con
tracts and permit to operate in
exas were cancelled.
TESTIFIES AT HEARING
WASHINGTON, Nov. 23. (JP)
Arthur E. Carlson, aviation chtef
rigger of the wrecked Shenandoah,
told the Shenandoah naval court
today that one of the surviving of
ficers of the airship. Lieutenant C.
Bauch, had told him not to give
certain information to the court.
unless it was asked for specifically.
LONDON. The girls are taking
their hats off when they dine 'n
public. Sme matrons think the fad
is just to show shingle and bobs.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT 4 room house on
Klamath, close to 11th St. Call
Hot Springs hotel. 20-23
FOR RENT Bedroom suitable for
two gentlemen; use of phone and
bath. Phone No. 353W. 901 fine
St. 20-23
FOR RENT 3 room plastered house
partly furnished. Call 442W. 21-23
FOR RENT Front sleeping room,
adjoining bath; for one or two.
Call 627 North 5th St. 20-26
FOR RENT First class furnished
apartment, steam heated. McCar
thy Apartments, 630 Pine. Phone
800. 29tf
FOR RENT First class furnished 4
room cottage; no children or dogs.
Call at 315 Lincoln. 7-tf
WHEN Y'OU EAT MEAT at the
Shasta Cafe, you aro eating Klam
ath county meat. 10-lf
FOR RENT Sleeping room adjoin
ing bath; furnace heat; for one or
twp. 514 Walnut. 17-23
WANTED
WOMAN WANTED To cook on
ranch; all winter job. D. D. Liskey
Malln, Ore. 20-27
HEMSTITCHING All fast colors;
satisfaction guaranteed. Mrs. H.
Allender. 514 Walnut. N 12--D 12
WANTED Men's washing; wool,
silk shirts given special attention.
819 Walnut. 17-23
WANTED Woman wants practical
nursing and housekeeping. Phone
346W. 19-26
roil 8A1.H
FOR SAI.E- KnCIOS,t! cur, or tll
trddo forjclty lots. Jesso Itaitey,
LI 1 tie ilric It rule.
2C-2S
FOR SALE Ford touring, good con
dition, with transmission, Atwatcr
Kent, ignition, otle extras; good
rubber; cheap. Call at 103 Vv'a
.Main. 20-23
FIFTY FOOT FRONT AOtil on Oth St.
150 ft. deep, with small modern
store, priced at $4,000. Loute
Gervais, Aigoma, Oro. 0 27-N 27
A REAL SACRIFICE Chevrolet no
dan lu good condition; good rubber
and ongino Just overhauled, $385.
Phono 121J. 6-tf
FOR SALE Splendid lot on Call
Ave. near Conifer; very reason
able; from the owner. Phono af
ter six, o'clock in the evening.,
625W. 21-28
FOR SALE Two male police pupa,
cheap. 2111 Pelican City road, or
write Box 216 care Herald. 2i-24
FOR SALE New four room house,
cheap; terms. See owner at 168
E. Main. 31 -24
FOR SALE 1925 Ford coupe, $300
down, balance monthly payments.
Address Walter P. Hanntm, Algo
ma, Oregon. 21 -23
FOR SALE Ford coupe, 1923; bal
loon tires, big wheel, mototicoter
anil other extras. Owner going
away. Car in excellent ondltinn.
Phone 400J after 6 p. m. 21-11
FOR SALE 1924 Ford redan; all
new tires, no extras: motor In ex
cellent condition; must be sold
hefore Dec. 1. Write P. O. Box 214
or phono 708. 21-24
FOR SALE Good apples, cheap.
Bring boxes Or sacks. Phone 4 00 J,
Enterprise ranch, beyond Mills
Addition. 21-25
MANUFACTURING SITES In 2nd
Addition, on railroad, for sale. T.
O. Hague. 18-23
DRESSES AND COATS on sale at
Bee Begin's Dress Shop, 129 So.
7th St. 19-25
FOR SALE Apt! house, well fur
nished, steam heat, close in; pays
well. Write Box 215 care Herald.
19-25
A FEW MORE HATS to close out at
Bee Begin's Dress Shop. 19-25
BUY YOUR DRESS OR COAT at
Bee Begin's Dress Shop and save.
19-25
SPECIAL 2 ply roofing, $2.35 per
roll'; asphalt sheeting, $1.75: lin
seed oil 1.50, gal.; kalsomlne 12 54c
lb. Get wise and use Patterson's
size in your kalsomlne; your mon
ey returned if not satisfied. Pat
terson's Paint Store. 630 So. 6th
St 19-25
ANOTHER SHIPMENT of pretty
robes and klmonas at Bee Begin's
Dress Shop, 129 So. 7th St. 19-25
FOR SALE-MJnused set of "My Book
House," books for children. Phone
544J. 19-25
MISCELLANEOUS
EXPERT We have one of the
best radiator, fender and body men
to be had anywhere. Old fenders
made to look new. BUICK &
STAR Garage. 20 tf :
DANCING LESSONS All types of
dancing; call Mary Peterson, 836J
or Marcella Meehan, 520J. 17-23
WINDOW RLKANINO Plonr way.
I ing, house cleaning and Janitor
service. Reference a. A. M,
Rhodes. Phone 360W. 7tt
. 1
TRIANGLE CAFE The place to get
good eats. OPEN ALL NIGHT.
633 Main street. Phone 624. tf
SHOES REPAIRED BY MAIL
Send them to the Goodyear Shoe
Repair Shop, 121 N. 8th St. W
pay the return postage.
25c BUNDLES OF PAPER Herald
office. tf-nt
ROBERTS SUITS & OVERCOATS
Hand tailored to your measure,
$33.50 to $17.50; also Selig Bros,
line, San Francisco's largest tail
ors. Can give delivery in one week
if necessary, $26.00 to $03.50. Fit,
workmanship and wear guaran
teed. Highest quality, lowest prices
always. Phone 109. I will call with
samples, or see mo at the Gun
Store, Saturday afternoons and
evenings. A. R. "Ace" Renner.
N 7 D 7
LOST AND FOUND
$100 REWARD I will pay one
hundred dollars for Information
that will lead to the conviction of
the thieves who stole a trunk and
wearing apparel from the bunk;
house on my ranch. Information
will bo considered confidential.
Rex E. Bord. Nov.4--Jan. 4
LOST Suit case, west side ot
Tule lake; leave at Herald office;
$5 reward. 18-24"