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    TUB KLAMATH NEWS
SUNDAY, AUGUST 28,-1927.
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TELEPHONE 877
THE IIKJ MAItKKT l'l,A K
FOR SALE, JREAL ESTATE
.e.e WiWie'V'ia.W
l-'Olt '-Al.E--Two large Iota, threo i
rimin huiiaea, furnlnli. d. Clone
In. Income $60.00. Furnishes
I I v I n K quartern. Wonderful
view. Hell nno or all. liar-1
Ituln. Oil Kwaunu. 1I-2H
KOIt HALE Aliatnont acre
(or Mil" wllh Mxitu imw inliln.
The ihlrd trect .from highway
nrroM from the now white
Stucco hminv. i Call oveuliiga
or Ktindaya. $7r.o. is'
FOIl HALE Modern three-room
hnti, fiirnUiHd: gnruite, lurun
liii : room In Ironl for iiond
sued renldenre. noun In, on
pavement. IJ.'iOO. Kpiull imy
in i' ii I down., bulunra Ilk rent.
Heo Mr. Itumho. i.O.O.E. iiull.l-,
in, 2!i ;
TOH HAI.K California avenue
dlxlrli i. Do you want to ve
tl.uuu on t nwly constructed
property, 4iulrn throughout,
3 Tin, term. Thin hi a fnre
od aalo nnd exceptional bar
gain. $K5.u0 now range and
iioiiio furnlnhlnua .goes with tt.
' Itiiiulrc, Krcd U. KleKUor. H
lymniln IIIiIk.
KOIt HAI.K Hoiiaa hy ownor.
Now 4-romn mmlotn, liroiik
fuKt nook, ahowor liutli. on
piivemeiii. p r I c a 2,!i0.tio.
KaHV ternm. hono' 1134-W.
Call lHb& Motroaa alracl.
Gt-20
KOIt HALK lUnch. 8U-urwi.
Gil water rlitht; u In al(ul(u.
flood ImtirovementN, near
llend, Oreiion. Will 'rauslder
trade. I' hone 1134-W. In
liilre IMf,J Melrow SI. ' 3t-2
liulf-ecrn. liw iirlw, lor iuilck '
null,. R2 Onk. ut. . 22H
FOR HAI.K Modern four-roon
houe in oon loraiion. wnn i
ranuo and linoleum. rhono(froul ,i,0 North line of Home
42G-J. nvntiuo to tho northwenterly linen
.NOTKK IXVITIXO HUM WW
8Tlti:KT IMI'IUII'KMKNT
I'.XIT .NO. 7.1
Pumuant to ordinance No.
(34, 1
of the City of Klamath Falla. Ore
Iton, notice la hereby klven ''t !
1,1.1. will he received hv the llc4
t , . " '
JUUKO H ania t iiy-wv nin mum
In l lie I lly l nil. up io ana in- i
cludlnK Monday, 4h dlh day of
Heptembei-.-M -it. o'clock I.
M.. for maklim the propoaed Im
pmvemeot of Alley 4n Ulock 4.
Nlchola Addition between Ninth
and Klcvonili gtroela.
Hald Improvement to conslut of
paving laid portion at aald alley
with Typo "A"' Warrenlte-nitull-thle
pavement, with 6" hnHo, at
nn eatltnated coat of 2,234.28;
or. Typo "A" Aephalllc Concrete
pavement with 6" baa at an
eatlmated coal of $2,129.16; or.
Cement , Concrete pavement 7"
thick or Vibrollthic pavement 7"
thick at an eellmaU'd coat of
S2,21! 3(u Tho above Improve
ment In either event to eoimlut of
urndlna; to the proper aubitrade,
ronatriictlnc an appropriate hard
anrfnr pavement for the entire
width of the alloy (14 (cell by
plnelaa; eewer connect lone where
needed, nnd hy performing all
other work required to make
complete linprovomonl. including
alley attibn.for tho adjacent lde
A walk epacea on Klovcnth and
f Ninth Hlreoti. Tho above Im
provement In. cither event! to In
'clude engineering, nupervlalon.
, advertieing. clerical aaatatanre
and unfornoen conllngenclea. all
In accordanco with tho plana.
epocKlrnlloua and eatlmatea on
(Ho with the Police Judge of I
' Klnmath Falla, Oregon, to which j
referonro I" lmroby tuudo for fur-
ll"r dnlullH for plana, ronnl ruc
tion, materiala, quanlitieri and
the like. I
Hnld improvement will bo let
In one contract and bida will be
received for each kind of pave
ment specified above, and will
he opened for consideration by
the Common Council on the aald
. Mh day of Septomber, 1(27 nt
. tho hour of 8 o'clock P. M. Bid
der will be required to aubmlt
hid on hlnnka prepared by the
City Engineer, and bldn will not
lie conaldcrrd union no submit
ted. Blank for bide may ha
obtained nt tho office of the City
Englneor in the City Hull.
The mirceaHfiil bidder will be
required to give n bond In a um
to . lie fined by the CnmmoD
tV'ouncil for tho faithful perfor-
mnnce of tho contract lo ho en
tered Into for waking naid Im
provement. Each hid in tint no.
accompanied by a check certified!
hv anion rennonalhlo bunk for flvo
(G) per cent of tho amount hid,,
n a gunrnnteo that the succoaa-,
fill bidder will ontor Into con
tract with the City for. the mak
ing of audi Improvement within
Inn (10) daya from tho data of
ninklng au hi award.
Tho Common- Council rcaervea
". the tight -to reject: any and all.
hid, and lo make audi Improvo-;
f ; men), nn behalf of (he 'City.
' Hated at Klumuth Fall, Oro
gon, August 24, 1927.
I.EM L. OAOHAOBN.
, , . . Police Judge.
, Aug. 2G-Sopt..4 lao- ,
for roaulti uao Nc,wt Clasa Ada.
I - OR S ALB, REAL ESTATE
':lf, '1
""
I'K.lt MONTH and 1100
buy 3-rnom furnished
i " modem,- " A ISO" "OIIO-MIt
I a i down unit aunmii,
riUOMINU houiw. hotel, grocery
store, restaurant nnd apart
mcnt hotiKo.
FOIl KENT 3
hniinpa.
anil 4-room
I.OT8 (.'lam In. Cheap, terms.
I'Olt TICAIjEfhlckcn and rah.
Iill much 120 acres. Closo In.
$60 per aero.
10 AfltEH Will
flrnt payment.
Iiik rar a
JOHN T. FRENCH CO.,
ItKAl.Ttm
111) 8o. T'h HI. Phono 1410
if you want
To tiny a home: wll a home;
buy lot; aril a lot; buy noma
acrouEn; aull loata acraace, or
rent placo: Sn
Mns.'
NATES OTTERBEIN, ,
REALTOR
Pbon 413
(01 Lincoln
FOR SALE OR TRADE
FOR HALK Olt TRAUK for
lumlipr'or butldlni material.
(Ion Murk tru'k, oUlpd
for ItimlM'r ' or lo- hunllnK.
Karl K. Autnnruth, Y r e k a.
California 23-84
rou saij'! m TiiAnu 164-
. aero ranch In I.unnell Volley,
undnr Irriitntlon. lminlre 813
Alanu-dii, Klnmnlh Falla, Ore.
Whet 4ive ynuT
XOTMK INVITIXfl HUM W)R
HTUKKT IMI'ltOVKMUXT
VN4T m. 1
Puniuant to ordlnnnre No. D3(
of tho city of Kluroatli Fnlln
Oreaon, notice In hereby (Iven
thai hida will lw received by the
Police Jnilne, nt tmld t'lty nt hl
ofdeo III I lie t.'Uy Hull, up to and
.Inrliidlnx Mnndny, I Im Rill day of
Heptetirber. 4a7. et o-dock
(, M (l,r nmkrliit Hie proponed
(ninrovenienl of Mnrttn Mreet
of lxit 37 In lllnck 17 and
It
26 in Block 22. of Induatrtil
Addition.
Said Improvement to eonalat of
maradnnililnc aaid portion of,
aald "licet with crnaned rock.
Mncndnm 24 feot wide lace to
face of curb wllh tlilrknoM of
,DDrox,.1,Plv
W'ni y
6 . tnrhe at ;the
iKUiiera nnu i
guttera and niae- tncnea in-tne
middle of the roadway, a! an
enllmated coat of ((,426.00; or,
cinder nurturing with a width of
24 feet between curb, with a
thlrkncas of approximately 6
Inchea at the gutter and ( luchea
In tho middle of the roadway, at
an eatlmated coat of ((.2S3.74.
Said eetlmatea to include en
gineering, aupervialon, advertis
ing, clerical asatataoee and un
foraeen enntingencjea. Said Im
provement In either event to eon
alat of grading the street fall
width to tho proper grade and
roadway aubgrade, construction
concrete curb and providing di
verts for carrying drainage arroaa.
the at reel, said Improvement to
bo 24 feet wide face to face of
curbs, all in accordance with the
plu n. sperldcatlona and estimates
tiled with the Police Judge of
Klnmath Falls, Oregon, on July
ltith. 1(27, to which reference Hi
made for further details for
plana, construction, msivriuis
nuantltlea and the like.
Said Improvement will he let
In one contract and bids will bo
received tor each kind of im
provement specified above, and
will be opened for eolslderalion
by the Common Council on the
5th day of September, 1(27, at
the hour of 8 o'clock P. M. Bld
dora will bo required to submit
bids on blanks prepared by the
City Engineer, aud bids will not
he considered union so eubmll-
ted. lllnnk for bids may he oh-.
lained at the office of tho City
Engineer In the City Hall. ;
" The successful bidder will Tie
required to glvo n bond in a sum
to bo fixed ' by tht Common
Council for the faithful perfor
mance, of the contract to ho en
tered Into for making said Im
provement. Each bid must be
accompanied by n cheek certified
hy some renpnnilbln bank for five
(5) per cout of tho amount hid,!
an a guarantee that the success
ful bidder will enter Into con
tract with the City for tho mak
ing of such Improvement within
ton (10) days from the dato of
making such award.
Tho Common Council reserve
the rlRht to reject any and nil
hidn, nnd In make snch Improve
ment, on hehnlf of the City.
Dated nt Klnmnth Falls, Ore
gon, Augimt 24, 1937.
LENI LT CAOHAftEN.
Policy Judge.
Aug. 2(i-Sept. 4 Inc.
YAROSLAVL. RiibsIi, Aug. 27,
The LaxiiieHS championship In
held hy Mins Minn Brltgalovn, 18
llnvlng been nhncnt from a fac
tory 16 day In two months nnd
warned nnd reprimanded six
time, aha Is now , officially
known n the super-Idler. Her
record hH htien advertised In tho
press. She has not been fired,
Classified advertising Is k
morning paper proposition al
ways. VI the N.W(, : ,
f OR SALf Automobile
KOH H A I, K I Iiuva tat aaln
mall four cylinder itlm.
' Trloo la Tlxht. (lull vnlna.
13:tHo. KIwrHlilc. IK-.'tl
POKD IIAC.'INO OAK Ovarlwad
valrm, Atwuler-Kcnt Ixnltlon,
pwlul rai-lna rnrliurator, oil
pump and atwrlnn Hour. Oood
tlr. Cur In llrHi-clii run
' nlnK ordnr. For aala 1300. or
truili" ou liKht rar, lain inndol,
at KlnmiiMi Hiionlns (iooda
Co., 117 Ho. 71 U Hi. i
FOR SALE
FOa HAl.!-bale cook atova.
4 20 Knuns, noxl la Firm
mr. 1t-28
FOIl HAJ.E IlrldKO Woach circu
lator hratar. Call 762.
28
UHBI) BKHT 4b tractor -for aal
cheap: lHn conndotely oyer
hauled, and nan a now nuaran-
to. If Intorertea write H. Mo
riM,yy, 4P2V4 Hodnoy Ae.,
l'ortland. Or. 24-30
FOIl HAI.K Fancy wild pluma.
delivered at Klamath Fall.
(Ire., 3.1B per crate. Loyd'a
CaBh Store, Lakevlew, Ore
(ton. ' ' ' 74-
FOIl HALK Htar wall drllllnt;
maclilucry. No. 36 tractor.
complete with tooli; alas woll
drilled Mny plnce. I'rlcen on
oppllcatlim. VoChatier : Ilroe.,
Talent, Oregon. K.ll. No. L
BUSINESS CHANCES
FOU 6ALB Orocery and fruit
tore, (Jood buaineaa, Heat
locution In town. Inquire
Nw. 21-12t
FOR HALE Pool room and light
Innoh, doing good - buainewt.
- Inquire Box utl?. C'bthxiuin.
I 20-131
OFFH lAXt NtvrKI-: T TRI CK
llltlVllH WITHIN J'HK.ttUt
1MIHATK ' LIMITS OK TIIK
C1TV V,V KLAMATH FALI-S,
OltMMtX. ' ' -
Tho following et reels have beep
dr ied to heavy traffic; the .maxi
mum load leea the weight of the
car to he 301)0 pounds: Pros
pect, from- Tenth to Ninth, Ninth
Street from Prospect to Pino,
Eighth Street from 1 "roe peel to
Main, Seventh Street from Pros
pect to Main, Sixth Street from
High to Mills, Eleventh 8lreet
from rphara to High, Oeecent
from ft. P. -track to Eleventh
Street, Enplanade from Main to
Pacific Terrace. The speed limit
within the corporate limit of
Khtmalh Fnlla, Oregon, is lo ee
12 miles--per hour. In com
pliance with Ordinuuee No7 (33
nnd by order of the SLrect. Com
mittee.
HARRY PELTZ
PAUL LAMBERT
E. H. BALSIGER
Aug. 16-Sept. 6 Inc. .
NEW YORK. Aug. 27. Irving
Yankelowlts, 14. appeared in
court to explain that hla father
was III and could not answor a
summons for disobeying a traffic
signal.
"You Room to bo a vretty
smart youngster," said Magis
trate , McKlnery. "What would
you do if you were a lawyer rep
resenting your father?"
"I'd plead guilty; I know him."
' ""You win. . Sentence . sus
pended." 1 ;i ' '
Deal with a .
REALTOR
OUR BOARDING
'MtAti-fo-Ka MS
otn -wwe, "OPT TJBSE '
A STROKE ? TrlA-r v
' AlU'-f iMIW' RULE eoOH!. I
"NotlWE '3ilS7 MAKll,
tWKf up vzewse.
6oT VOO TIED
1 e.nA MtJr -TA
i
ittfc. ,
c,rrrtAA "THE
?AVIA1feR OTP ?
i a i i nTiJ mil i a i nn i
T
i fOR-RENT
FOR RF.NT Furnlnhed eottane.
IlKhta . and vat en f 16. per
inonth. Call 2342 llama a.,
I! -block frpra Mill vhiol.
i ; 2
Fort HKNT 2-ronm furnlaHed
cottaice. acroen porch, iiae of
hnth, phone, tnb 120.00 mo.
(01 Ahimedu.
2S-31
t
FOR ItKNT 2-room apartment.
'Kveryinin- rurntuneu, u,
420 Kwauna, next to Flrnt
mreet. 11-28
KOH LKAHK Seven room fur
nlnhed hoime, on Pacific -Terrace.
(50 month. Win. W.
McNealy, 1020 Main St. 27-2R
FOR . KENT Two bonae clone
In, on pavement. Call (01
Lincnln'or phrme d43.' -24-30"
FOIl KENT Handle and pack
home and (uide, O. K. Barn.
24-
FOR HKN T Furnished Apt.
- M4- Mlrh-W. 8t
FOR RENT Furnlehed . apart
ment, raniltea. 'new bnlldine.
junt off Main aireet on Broad.
Kex Arms. Hhone 1116. '
FOR RENT Apartment.
- North Tenth atreet.- "' '
419
FOU RENT Two-roomed apart
ment and bath. 634 High.
FOR RENT Flrst-claaa furnished
apartment, ateam heated. Mc
Carthy apartmeuta, 620 Pine.
Pbone 800. 014tt
FlltST-OLAiS ' apartment for
rent. - AN leetric(tjr furnished.
Evans Apia. Phope 621-M and
200.
MISCELLANEOUS
RAWLEI0H3 GOOD HEALTH
products. It. M. Metcalf, 429
Addison, phone 14S8-W. .
Stock Mart Shows
Sudden Reversal
NEw'yORK, Aub27, TA.P.)
The stock market displayed a
complete reversal , of Iprni In.to
day'a brief session, bouncing "up
at tho opening under -the leader
ship of the pivotal industrials,
several of which attained record
high levels, and then turning re
actionary under the combined
weight of realizing salea and a
renewal cf, professional selling
pressure against the oils and a
few of the vulnerable specialities.
fleneral Motor Issues "con
tinued to dominate trading, the
old stock touching another new
high record at 2.664. d dhen
slipping bick to 2.49 for a small
fractional loss on the day, while
the new "when Issued" stock
reacted about a point from ita
peak of 1.26. fiale ot ot
Issues approximated 144,000
share. - ' ' -1 .
Buying of the General Motor
lssnea wa stimulated by the pub
llcalion of a newspaper Interview
by John i. Kaekob, chairman of
the finance committee ot the cor
poration, who expressed the opin
ion that business-conditions were
healthy and that- a.turn'for; the
better could be expected la the
motor Industry. Chrysler also
attained a new high at 61 on
buying credited to First National
HOUSE
fi0 5lR. NOli HAVetA
' puw rr out or -frtEBie
. tvWA-f COUIifS -Trl1
k a -f&ee,i' N'pokyr
A0VTRHeS, DO SOU?
GQVr IS 60LT!-
ive
. A BALL "TM AT WAS 6UALLOV3ET,
A C0llAM HE WAS
A STICKER POR RULES, --
A WEEK LA-TEH
oi avwri-ra' ball fiur
OY A MEAT MARKET '.
11 V
tenntwstnvKt,
v HELP WANTED
WANTED -'
Western-
-Messenger
Union. ' '1
boy.
IlimirBIITOR
law-, 100 store
route this county
, Vvnaritmplk
nnueceaaary. No' selling; dis
tribute nnd celled. Should net
$70 ' weekly. Writo Box 3S.
Care News. 2(
K . . L
LADIES Korn $16 doxen apron
home; experience unnecessary;
-nwterlals cot. Inslruetlone-fuT-'
nuthed. - Addrensed envelope
brings particular. Mllo Var
ment, 235 Broadway, Ilayonne,
N. I. 28
WANTED 'Woman (or general
housework and cooking. Wages
$50.00 per month. Address
Mountain Dairy. - r l-7
LADIES Earn $15 dozen aewing
aprons; altonlutely no selling;
experience unnecessary; -materials
cut. Addressed envelope
bring instructions. Alpha, 202
Murket St., Paterson, New Jer-
sey, " 28
WANTED
WANTED Light -model coupe or
roadster. Must be cheaj for
cash." 'Superior Service Sta
tion, 2300 So. th Si. 27-28
WANTED ook stove,
hand. Call 919.
second
26-29
WANTED Two or -three
-era and Beardera.-1028 Jeffnr
son. 24-30
; LOST ul FOUND f
LOST Canvoa bag, canoe pad-
dies and chahrs. Charlie 3-ay-lor,
Beatty, Apply Bed Ball
. Stage office, $10.00 reward.
Bank Interests, while' Pierce
Arrow issuea sold at new low
levels for the year. ;
Publication of additional un
favorable " earnings" statement
had .a depressing effect on the
rail group. Deleware and -Hud
son standing out with a break ot
9H points. Recessions in other
seasoned -dividend paying issues
gore held to a point or to. -
PORTLAND. Aug.' 27.' (A.P.)
Wheat bids: BBB hard white.
hard white bluestem. Baart Aug
ust. September, October, $1.33;
Federation, soft white, ' Western
white August. September. -Octo
ber, $1.30: hard winter. August,
September, October, $1.31: north
ern spring, August, September,
Ootober, $1.(1 Vi.
'Oats: No. 2 white feed and No.
t gray August. 8eptomber, Octo
ber, B6e. '
Barley: Nd. 2 B.. W August,
September. 39c' . 1 .
Corn: No.- 2 August.' 4ie;
September. 66 Vic-
Mill run, standard August, 27c;
September, October $27 Via " .
PORTLAND. Aug., 47, (A.P.)
t-Hayr tinying prices Eastern
Oregon timothy. $21 to $21;
ditto, valley, $17 to $!: cheat
$14.50: alfalfa, $17.50: oat hay.
$13 to 13.60:-atyaw, $7 per ton
setting price $2 per ton mare.
PORTLAND, Aags 27,:'(A.P.)
Today's receipts: 40 cars cattle;
(through): sheep, 6(5 (on con
tract): Receipt for the week
(approximately): Cattle. S.400;
calves. ' 360; hogs, 3,105; sheep.
4,650.
- Cattle. ',comparer with week
ago: Beef steers, mostly ISc to
25c lower; good kind. Mowing
By Afeern
!
BOB HCPWrillS 5trJf;
A BALUUttiTp A J
BIRDS niEST, AS ,
HE WAS CLIMBMifi
UP-M'-rREE.-TrS' ,i
MOTHER eiWtEvi
0Ki-W WEST AM"
TRIED lb ATca
He
Vfe illArTEJ' THREE,
WEEKS OMH1L
. &HE SAVE
.UP!
Iff
Z!f..
111 ''l.t
leak declMte; 'fat -ehe stook-an-
even, steady at 25c lower; all
cutters steady: bulla atrong; veal
era, iOc to 1 .higher; extreme
"V T" V." . T.
"l,cls w 90 u uw wxm, -
mm nr. ea.t1r -wImb-
Slaughter eteers. $7.75 to $(;
heifer. $6.75 to $7.76; botcher
cow. $5.16 to $7; Sll cutters.
$3.50 to bulls, $5.75 to $6.
and Vealer. $10 to $131 few
stacker -'and ' 'feeders, " $7 to
$7.50. ' ,
Hog Closing market fairly
active; steady at 26c higher
than week- ago. Light light fi
and choice heavy butchers show
ing advance: packing aows uu-
evenly steady to 60c higher; .
late bulk desirable lightweights t
for slaughter, $12 to 612.26:
flatter price top: -medium weight r
butchers. $11.50 to $12; bulk
packing sow. $8 to $(; feeder
pigs In narrw demand at $lt.2t
dwn.'
Sheep compared to week ago;
Fat lambs strong: aged classes
little changed; killer quality of
run mostly medium to good; bulk
fat lambs, $9.60 to $10.50. with
Choice "kinds at $11; few year
lings, $7.60 to $8.60, latter strict
ly choice; moat ewes, $4 to $(.' "
. PORTLAND, Aug. 27, (A.P.)
Bids to farmer: Milk steady;
raw milk (4 per cent) $2.25
cert.. lo.db. -Portland: tutter lot.
Sc-f.6.b. Portland.
Poultry steady. Heavy hens.
tie to tier, light. '.12c 'to- 13c;
uptime. 30c; broiler. l(c lo 20c:
Pekin -white ducka. 430c; colored,
nominal: tor keys, alive, -nominal.
Onions.' steady; . local $1 to
$1.10. . 3 - - - "
Potatoes, steady. $1.25 to (1.65
sack.
Batter
PORTLAND. J Aug. 27. (JP)
Butter steady. Wholesale pric
es: - Extra cubes city. 43H:
standards 42 H; prime firsts
41 W: firsts 38. "
Creamery prices; Prints Be
above cube standards; butter fat
43 Vic fob Portland.
Milk
' Milk steady. Bids -to farmers:
Raw milk 4 per cent 2.25 cwt fob
Portland; butterfat 43 V fob
Portland.
' Earn
Eggs: Extras np 2c and firsts J;
np 1c current receipts z.c;
fresh mediums 27; fresh stand
ard firsts 31; ditto extras 33.
. Poultry
Poultry steady. Less 5 ' per
cent commission: Heavy, , hens
21923c; light 12fi:i3c: springs
90- hmlter 197. SOer Pekin
l- - J ntk. I '1 Hnmt 9
i-"'"' """"
nal; turkey -alive, nominal.
Onions
Onions
1.10.
steady; local
$1,000
Spuds
steady.
Potatoes
sack. i
$1.2561.65
CHICAGO, Aug. 27, (A.P.)--AU
grain' developed sinking spells
In the late trading today after
firmness at the start. Buyers
who took bold on the declines
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iioxl to o Sic cam ot Atom Qubtjr
jCnamcl-KoM. aar cater, aal e apasiat
2Sc hiat aViah.
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You can't be:
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amid gloomy surrounding!
Here's how to endur'inily beaaittfy
your walls and ceding. Here 'show
' overcome the tUngioeia caused by
dirt, dust and smudge which, com
ing from the windows, the basement
and the radiators, often disoguraan
otherwise beautiful home.
'"Jae Acme Quality No-Lustre Fin
ish. Paint your walla and eeiling
with ft. 0se it on fibre board or
caavea. It' a bard, durable, tuetre
leaafiniih Incomparable for all inte
rior aurfaces. Itiaeasytoapplyand
'eay" to buy. Helps to brighten
the home turns gloom into cheer.
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MntYrnlsh
Backed by 40 years of paint making
experience Acme Quality Pais and
Vamiih Is dependabls. It includes a
better product for every kind of sur
. faceioade Of out. and Acme Quality
No-Luttr Finis ;s outstanding.
See us about paint w will gladly
all questions
: R R. OLDS
610 KUmath , . Phona 43
YJ
earlier fa the ew rwete free
sellers, and there was not much
disposition to, go heavily over tho
week end. ' At the' flslatt . wheat
showed a net loss of He to 1 Ho;
corn waa anehanged to 44 c ;down
and oats unchanged to Vic off.
HEGINA. Bask.. Aug. 27.
It waa a very embarraaaing att
uatlon for the Prince of Wales.
Don't Trust to Luck
Corault C Ciiavble
reaV ecUte
IQamath $rjnty Abstrsct Col
(Reliable Abstractors tinea IIN) : ' ; ' . '
ABSTRACTERS TITLE EXAMINERS
... 4'- A-TITLE INSURANCE .-'-'- -7
111 South 4lh X.- J? 1M
"OTEGLoiSS HOUSE -
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-aVCCOUNTING - 4 'CIXANtNG BV:K3
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Accounting
Auditing
II wowien h nr!l.x
11 South Fifth
Bookkeeping Income Tax
Service
ADVERTISING,
TtwAlAANW.
Dirfrt-il'il Adstrtlrif .
Maav L MvGan. J4r.
Mahifrapbiag-Priatiai-LiMani
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BATHING
THE SANITARY STEAM AND
SHOWER BATHS
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Open every y 11, a. m. to 12
midnight, except Monday.
- 7t( Main
Ftatwt Sttnerafl Water ta
-" ' tke World -""
How Opem from 7:00 a.
to yr1)
' Tub Baths '.'
Swimming Tank
Hot and CoM Shower
For PrttatB Partjes
Fhona 1&9-W
CHURCHES
"We SpeclaUae Ja ilekf olness"
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Tenth and High Sts.
Snndayl Servtceat
11:00 a. ss.i TrSO ft. wa.
Frank L. Wemett, Minister
Residence 1005 High St.
DENTISTS.
DR. E. O. WT5ECARVEB .
. ' A
DanUatrjr X-1W Laboratory
Phone 45"" TJaderwooa'BlSaT.'
Office Pbone 1 lA8-Mclhsn BW
Bea. tltono lll!J Kinih FaU
,- ; -' i f iv .
He hit into a trap like even good
golfer. Including Emperor Jones
do -at lime. He -fonid a -frwg
perched on hkt ball, A -ditafatM
arose. Should H. R. it. remove
the frog, thereby violating tM
rule, or shosld be take a chance
on cruelty to animals and hit a$
tba frog-topped ball? . VkUt
royalty waa pondering the fro,
obliged and hopped away. -
AtotTacter in wory I
tramactkm.
! 1 i :'
; IT WONT .BE LONO
before the arrival 4t
Warm Weatlwv and PUsaf.
"Let Tow
Be Our"
AU Kinds of
Doors and 'Wiadowa.
Eetlmstea gladly ftrrejstiaa
, tor tWh. Doors, rrasM
"and Cabinet Work.
KLAMATH CLEAXINQ
vn 'WORKS ;
'rjleanfhf ahd PreatlhaT '
"We Dye to Llva" -
431 Main St. ,- Phoaa 401
GARAGES
w ( DfPERIAL OARAOa .';
CWt 'Mdaljat -
CTC tires, Prest-oXHa JkaU
teriea nd STOtuiOm.
The Oaa-age Tat Newer -Oleatav
BARKY WEIJjZX. Vwo
HOTELS
VAXLBT TfOTTJT.
A Brand New Modeta Ba4al
All Cool Ttooaas ;
' Baoclal Katea -
415 PtMflt, V
LODGES
eets avett Ti Ana Its Wad-
aasday f tha aonth a
p. n.J lottos HaU.'.
WABS
Pelican Fost ISM -,
Meets avary - second and
fourth Wednesday evenings, I :
f. m., basmeWt Court Haass
. TEBMS J. WAUCKB, Com.
Phone 1266-W
TTatenial Order ot
Bat-lee
will meet every
Friday evening
the Mouse Hall
7:80 p. m.
MINING ENGINEER .
Minlnsj KnshMet
American Conservatory - of Ma I
(Jailed sHe4sw-MvBWrnt -frttfawyej7 -for
the District of Oregoa
--' vTTicrj: zui West T Bt.
P. O. Box 7(4. TJraits Psm, I
' PHYSICIANS
PACT, M. E. CARSTENB, 14. D. I
' Pbone ISM
Special attention ta ' wMwa !
and chJIdren.- x
lit South Flftk St., carttar
Fifth and Main. Klamath
i- t Falla, Oregon , . , ' .
I To read The Klamath ,.NWi
day after day lis to keep thoroagb
ly Informed on nsppenfng of la
portancO throvghont tho world
well as M Klamatn Falls aa
vicinity.
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