The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, November 24, 1925, Page 7, Image 7

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    Tuesday, November 24, 192G
EVENING HERALD,' KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Page Seven
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HERALD'S
Mrs. WiHard Johnscn
Teacher of Piano
Una, Hour lesson a week und
privilege of class wqrk In
composition, history of mu
ilo. oar training, etc.
Residence 1000 California
Phone 7 9 0 w
Studio DOS 3rd HI. l'ti.S84M
Or. Philip Col.
General Practice of Demlitri
Open Kfonlnn by Appointment
Phon til Mln
Over Mo'i Hlora
J. C CLEGHORN
CIVIL FNOINBBK
AND Ht'it VBYon
Float 104M 219 Hl(b HI.
A merican Legion
Kiamatn Foil No
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Ika Temple, Srd k Main
Obarlton'Cairln, Kialtefl
Italar. Tom DelatUt Bed
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BUSINESS DIRECTORY
DR. P. R. GODDARD
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OR J. G. GOBLE
OPTOMBTKIBT OPTICIAN
709 Miiln 81. Phono G09W
Mtkq und Krtnd rla Dupll-
OAt brokun lllllw, rcpulr frnmoii.
Vochatzer Bros
WWLL DRIUJCBa
Phone 226-B
1781 Melrose
BillmatM (Iran on water
interna. Prteaa Raaaonable
fKRMANCNT CONarrRUCTIOM
ataeiaiatre urrntMi hh
tartarm for
The new Concrete Hollo W'
Building Brick tar Found
tloni. Walla. Bulldlngi. ate
-AMolatal; Fire and t7ktber
Proof at ,a eott' lain than an
Khar form of maaonrr
-Btona-Tlla eonatrqctlon elim
inate! upkeep ezpeme. I In
aeatructlble. and U approved
v tha keat arabltecta and
Outldam
Torellefl aa a law tot
Aawen fyalah
urt " Rattmate Vour Job
4Ji aarf 4.rkri Pho SWi
Concrete Pipe Co.
WoftK
ready at A
DRUGS
UccuracyI
Baled Straw
Vrt rfcv ncp mD wnnF. F. J
USE OUR HOUbfc r.
THE WiEODiNO I
CI.AHHIKIKn Al RATKH
Klrnl Inwrtloa por llnr ltk
Two liiM-nlonii orr line IV
rhn' lniMiilona per Ilnr 90r
our inaprtlona per line BBr
Week (O (Imra) - porUnrOOr
w Monlli rr Ilnr 7A
Minimum -Tmrr. tac. ASa aoi
i'onwutlTe are charged aa new fal
lowing eaen omiaaion.
Plrat taiertton la In "New Today"
column without -ltr chlrn hn( all
Inaertloni In that column are at flrat
inaartion rata.
NBW TODAY
UKIK AT THIS
4 ROOMS OF FURNITURE Includ
Ins pi calo, 1400: termi
4 room mntkTu hounu for rent
I27.DO. 720 N. 9lh 81.' 24'
t-OMKORTARLK ROOMS S4 per
WCPK. mono 410J. 24-26
Dl'NHAM AUTO CO.
Corllfli'd Used Cam
Priced Ili'low un' provlous quotationa
In Kliimath County.
1924 Dodgo Tourlnu J025
1924 tflRlaon Tour $700
1923 Chevrolet Tour J300
1924 Chevrolet Tour f3t0
1923 Studebaker 1 Special
Six Touring 1825
1924 Juwett Sport Tour J625
1923 Overland Illue Bird.... 1500
23-25
FOR BALK Baby bugKy, good con
dition. Inqulro 339 Mich. Ave.
24-?6
FOR SAL!: 20 heavy milking Hoi
ntoln cowa, 14 milking, balance to
freshen during winter. All brod to
champion Holsteln, 1100 per head:
cash, bnlnnco terms. Matched
team of gentlo four year old mnlea
weigh! 2765 lbs., J350. The Adams
Ranch, Merrill, Orogon. 24-1
LOT 40 x 100 Stucco, now and mod
ern, 4 R. buth, B. nook, wash R. &
garage; will trade my equity In
on rooming houso or town prop,
clone in K. F.. L. A. Keoler, 2414
106th Ave., Oakland, Calif. 24-1
WANTED Experlolnced ranch and
atockinan wants work, or would
ront ranch with small dairy herd.
1721' Johnson Ave. 24-27
WANTED Woman want! practical
nurilng. Bout of references. Inqulro
at Liberty rooms, Apt. 3, or phone
1. 24-25
FOR SALE Good lop dirt for lawns
Phone 21. E. C. quill. N 24--D 24
DANCE
ROYAL NEIGHBORS DANCE I. O.
O. F. hull. Wed., Nov. 26. Supper
nnd dnnce, 11.00. 24-25
FOR SALE A, dandy lot iu Hlllsldv
ndditlon. Good vlow. good soil.
Pflwd for quick sale $250. Tho
tvaiton w right Co.
Mary Coe Peterson
Tc;u-lier of Dancing
Call 836J for tippointment
Z. Peters
(Grntl. Univ. Cnllf.)
Tonchor of Piano nnd Violin
Accredited liy Stnto Hoard
of Education,
Phone 45 1W
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THE EVENING HERALD'S
NKW TODA 1
FOR KENT 4 room
furuialiod; good
Sprlngn addition.
modern house,
garage, Hot
I'll'Jd'! 1I1HJ.
24-26
FOR BALE A BAR'IAIN on tho
Went side. A now 4 room house
Willi baseinent; rooms are large
nnd the view la PO"elled. Shel
tered from cold Winds. Somebody
la overlooking this; prlcu 12600;
terms. The Waltnn Wright Co.
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4 AHI OP TIIANKH
We wish to thank our friends and
neighbors for their kindness und
sympathy shown durlui. our roconl
bereavenforlt; ulso for the beautiful
floral offeringil.
William M. K ller
O, P. Keller and family
A. Keller anil family
A. Keller and family
Milton Keller
CABU OF THA NKS
We doiire to expre'i our alncore
uppniclulloii for lh Ulnny bind words
and expressions of syuoi'liy evti'iid
ed to u's :n our recent berearieuioht;
Lisa for thj r'i'ny beanliful floral of-fe-lugs.
Mr. H. II Gubaer and Children
Mr. a i Vra. Fm.ik. McC .oa and
ily.
Ray
K renter Goes
Back to Factory
When Ruy Kremer n turna to the
Pacific coast this winter he will re
ceive a warm welcome from his
friends and former associates of the
Star factory. The big pitcher, who
did more thun any one other player
to land the world Serb s for the Pitts
burg Pirates year, is duo buck
111 Oakland In a, few weeks. Ills ar
rival here will be tho Hlenal for a lot
of activities on the part of tho Du
rant Motor company of California
officials.
Martin Heath of department 50,
the motor assembly department in
which Kremer worked, while associ
ated with the Star plain, ,ruu al
ready arranged for a barbecue to be
held in Dublin canyon in Kremer's
honor. This banquet will be attended
by the men who worked with Kre
mer, by the officials of the Iterant
company plant here and by Kremer's
friends In the Oakland Coast loagoe
team In which he played before Pitta
burgh drafted him two years ago.
Kremer made many friends at the
Star factory' during bfs period of
aorvlcw there. These friends follow
ed his career with the' Oaks enthus
iastically and have wafched his pro
gress in the niujor league since his
departure from the coast.
When Hi.- big fpllow had his
chance In this year's world series aud
when he proved himself the outstand
ing star of the Pirate team bypltch
ing them to victory and die pennant,
there was wild onthusiasm at the
Star factory. Martin Heath sent num
erous wires Oe congratulation on be
half of his associates and informed
Kremer that "a big party in the can
yon" was awaiting the baseball hero
on his return to California.
EVERETT TRUE
V4L(, EVERE.Tr, ME
YOUR WAX OKI "THE.
BECAUSE YOU WERE.
XI3?N'T PLAY VtoUR. MOME.Y THE. WXY X ADVISETD
YOU TO. T "
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'I L r BY NIA StWVKC. INC. H'tO jSbg" J
Studebaker Auto
Is Amazing France
"nut, Messieurs, It Is Impossible;
It cannot be that you can do It when
you manufacture so muny cars:"
Though Ihey saw the task being
performed us a regular, routine part
of automobile building, tho engineer
ing staff of the foremost French mo
tor car manufacturer, could not be-
llve that American manufacture in
quantity could do nuch careful work.
They were wutchlng a deft-finger
girl In the Studebaker factory at
South Rend, Ind,, grading connect
ing rods. They saw her put tbem
lengthwise, on a special balancing
scale and sort tnem into sets of six,
each being matched for weight. Each
set was for one particular engine.
The object was to make sure that
when fastened to the perfectly bal
anced crankshaft, machined on all
sides to obtain inherent balance, one
connecting rod would not be heavier
than the others and thus unbalance
the assembly, even by a small
amount. ,
The French engineers, who had
the impression American manufac
turers Just stamped out automobiles
with a punch press, were amazed to
learn that such Infinite palna were
resorted to, that the product should
be as near mechanically perfect as
Ingenuity could devise.
Nor did their surprise lessen when
they learned that 1200 separate In
spectors made more than 30,000 in
dividual inspections before a Stude
baker car ran off the assembly line
completed. Nothing like this, they de
clared existed In Europe, even in
custom built car factories.
Nor could they understand how
a manufacturer could afford it, nntll
they were shown that it was paid
for out of the savings which other
wise would have gone as profits to
parts makers. This company manu
factures all the vital parts of Its
automobile which is what Studebak
er means by "one profit" manufac -ture.
YORKSHIRE VILLAGE DESTIN
ED FOR BOTTOM OF SEA
KILN3EA, Eng. This ancient lit
tle village appears destined for the
bottom of the ocean, a fate exper
ienced by other Yorkshire towns of
centuries past.
The sea for some time has .been
working Its way toward Kilnsea at
the rate of about 13 inches a month.
Coast erosion, due to high seas, has
been causing concern all along the
east Yorkshire coast. It Is being
washer away at the rate of 2.27
feet per annum near Bridlington.
Increasing to 15.5 feet at Kilnsea,
la near Spear Point.
LONDON Because of Queen
mother Alexandra's death, members
of the American society are going. to
send turkey Imported for Thanks
giving to hospitals Instead of eating
it themselves.
By CONDO
IAT, I -S&e You LOST
WORLD "3E.RI&S. "THVT
13ULL - H&4Tie.Ti a nn
YES, YOU TOUP ME SO i!!
"TOO TOLX3 MIS TrlEN, C,MT YcbU
Tect me: now SLi
71 Mom TUf- MM
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Phone 87,
CLASSIFIED AD SECTION
FOB RENT
FOR RENT Front ah oping room,
adjoining buth; for one or two.
Call 627 North 5th Bt. 20-26
FOR RENT First class furnished
apartment, steam heated. McCar
thy Apartment!, 630 Pine. Phono
S00. 29tf
FOR RENT First class furnished 4
room cottage; no children or dogs.
Call at 315 Lincoln. 7-tf
WHEN YOU EAT MEAT at the
Shasta Cafe, you aro eilinC Klam
ath county meat. 10-lf
CAHIN FOR RENT 8 dollars. 813
Alameda. 23-25
FOR RENT Furnished upartment.
708 North 9th, or phone 467M.
23-26
POR RENT 3 large famished
housekeeping rooms, in good lo
cation on pavement; clean and
airy; no children. Apply Stlnson
Studio or 119 Wash. St. Phone
11IM. 23-24
FOR RENT Furniahed modern 5
room house; piano, phone, gar
age. Phone 292W between C and 8.
23-24
FOR RENT Two houses, modern,
furnished; close to Country club.
Inquire within or phone 329.
23-28
MISCELLANEOUS
EXPERT We have one of the
best radiator, fender and body men
to be had anywhere. Old fendeTS
made to look new. BUICK &
STAR Garage. 20 tf
WINDOW CLEANING, Floor wax
ing, bouse cleaning and Janitor
service. Reference!. A. M.
Rhodes. Phone 360W. Ttf
TRIANGLE' CAFE The place to get
good eata. OPEN ALL NIGHT,
633 Main street. Phone 624. tf
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SHOES REPAIRED BY MAIL
Send them to the Goodyear Shoe
Repair Shop. 121 N. 8th St. We
pay the return postage.
25c BUNDLES OF PAPER. Herald
office.
tf-nt
ROBERTS SUITS & OVERCOATS
Hand tailored to your measure, i
$33.50 to $47.50; also Sellg Bros, j
line, San' Francisco's largest tail-)
ors. Can give delivery in one week
if necessary, $25.00 to $62.50. Fit,!
workmanship and wear guaran
teed. Highest quality, lowest prices !
always. Phone 109. I will call with '
samples, or aeo me at the Gun
Store, Saturday afternoons and;
evenings. A. R. "Ace" Renner. j
N 7- D 7
SAXOPHONES overhauled, repaired.
repaaded. adjusted. Agent Bnesch
er saxophones and band instru-'
ments, cash or time payments. L.
1.. Bt"in. 435 N. 2nd St. 23
. :
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE OF HEARING OF FINAL
ACCOUNT
lit the County Court of the State of
Oregon for Klamath County.
In the Matter of the Estate
of Frank McEntee, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that W. A.
Wiest, administrator de bonis non
of the estate cf Frank McEntee, de
ceased, has rendered his Final Ac
count and filed his petition for final
settlement and discharge, and that
Saturday, the 6th 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 petition for dis
charge, and objections thereto, if
any; and at said time and place any I
should
not bo approved and allowed, and
tne estate settled and the adminls
trator discharged.
W. A. WIEST,
Administrator de bonis non.
Pub. Nov. 3, 10, 17, 24, Dec. 1.
NOTICE OK HEARING OF FIN At
ACCOUNT
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon, for Klamath County.
In the Matter of the Estate
of S. A. Gault. Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that C. C.
Heidrick, administrator of the estate
of S. A. Gault, deceased, hns rentier
ed his final account and filed his pe
tition for order fixing time tor hear
ing the same, and that Saturday, the
12th day of December, 1926, at 2
o'clock P. M., at the County Court
1. numbers. In the Court House, at
Klamath Falls, Oregon, has been ap
pointed ior Hearing said tinal ac
count and objections thereto, if any
there be. and for the approval
thereof; and at said time and place
any porson interested in said estate
may appear and file his exceptions
in writing, nnd show cause, If any he
has, why said final account should
not be npproved and allowed.
C. (3. Heidrick. administrator.
W. A. WieBt, Attorney, Looinls
Building.
Nov. 10, 17, 24; Dec. 1, 3.
Having disposed of my Interests ln
the Club cafo at Chlloquln, will no
bo responsible for tiny bills after date
Nov. 13, 1926.
E. W. REINKING, .
17, 24, 1, 8, 15
906 Main
person Interested in said estate may 1 .,,.., ... . . rZ
appear and file his exceptions ln HEMSTITCHING All fast color;
writing, .and show cause, If any he S'l10?. f Ta,nte.ed;,
has. why said final account should AllenJer- 5 Walnut. N 12-D IS
FOR SALE
FIFTY FOOT FRONTAGE on 6th 8L
150 ft. deep, with small modern
store, priced at $4,000, Lout
Gorvald, Algoma, Ore. 0 27-N 17
A REAL SACRIFICE: Chevrolet se
dan In good condition; good rubber
and engine Just overhauled, $386.
Phone 121J. -tf
FOR SALE - - Splendid lot on Cnl.
Ave. near Conger: very reason
able; from tho owner. Phono af
ter six o'clock In tho evening.
525W. 21-28
FOR SALF. Two male police pupa,
cheap. 2111 Pelican City road, or
write Box 21C care Herald. 21-24
FOR SALE New four room house,
cheap: terms. Bon owner at 168
E. Main. 21-24
FOR SALE Ford coupe, 1935; bal
loon tires, big wheel, motometer
and other extras. Owner going
away. Car In excellent -ondltlon.
Phone 400J after 6 p. m. 21-14
FOR SALE 1924 Ford redan; all
new tires, no extras; motor In ex
cellent condition: must be sold
before Dec. 1. Write P. O. Box 214
or phone 708. 21-21
FOR SALE Good apples, cheap.
Bring boxes or sacks. Phone 400.1,
Knterprise ranch, beyond Mills
Addition. 21-25
DRESSES AND COATS on sale at
Ree Begln's Dress Shop, 129 So.
7th St. 19-26
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 Begln's Dreaa Shop. 19-26
BUY YOUR DRESS OR COAT at
Bee Begln's Dreaa Shop and save.
19-2G
' ;
j special z ply roofing, $2.35 pr
roll; asphalt sheeting, $1.75; lln-
I seed oil 1.50 gal.; kalsomine 12ttc
lb. Get' wise and use Patterson's
size in your kalsomine; your mon
ey returned if not satisfied. Pat
terson's Paint Store. 630 So. 6th
St. 19-2S
I ANOTHER SHIPMENT ' of pretty
rones and kimonas at Bee Begln's
Dress Shop, 129 So. 7th St. 19-25
FOR SALE Unused set of "My Book
House," books for children. Phone
544.1. 19-2D
1
LOOK AT THIS
ROOMS OF FURNITURE includ
ing piano for sale, $400- term
4 "room modern house for rent,
$27.50. 720 N. 9th St. 23
Yakima Spuds per cwt. 3.25
A-l Onions, per cwf. $3.25
Onions (2nds) per cwt. 2.00
Apples 75c to 1.75 per box
Grapes '5 to . 9c per lb.
Sweet Spuds 5c per lb.
Eggs 50c per doz., by ct. 48c
l'
Cider 40c per gal.
SCOTTI PRODUCE CO.
201 East .Main Phone 927 23 tf
STOVES. ALL KINDS For leas.
Gooding, 236 Main St. Below the
Court House. 2:1-24
f'0R ALE Ford sedan, good condi-
r.r.n - write Hnv le u
aid, for appolnt'neni
WANTED
WOMAN WANTED To cook on
ranch; all winter job. D. D. Liskey
Malln, Ore. 20-27
WANTED Woman wants practical
nursing and housekeeping. Phono
345-W. 19-2B"
2 BUSINESS MEN want room
hoard, central location; state term
write Box 217 care Herald. 23-25
WOMAN WANTS practical nursing or
general housework. Inquire llald
win hotel. 23-25
WANTED Experienced accessory
parts clerk. Do not apply unlets
experienced nnd can give refer
ences. Acme Motor Co. 23-25
EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHER
wishes position; capable, conscien
tious. Write Box 218 care Heritfj
LOST AND FOUND
$100 REWARD I will pay one
hundred dollars for lnformaflor;
that will load to the conviction of
tho 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 of
Tule lake; leave at Herald office;
$5 reward. 18-24
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