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    THE KLAMATH NliWH
FRIDAY, SEITEMUER 16, 1927.
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Sams ad run on weak 10 par
; cent discount.
Heme ad run on month SO
par rant dlioount.
TELEPHONE 877
TIIH 1IIO MARKET PI, ACTS
FOR SALE, REAL ESTATE
I'HR HAI.K 37 acre (rrlvatoil
brush lurid; (Ino polulu
mnp Mulln, 1 1 600, only
tsoO down if purt'haxar will
Imprnvr; or will exchange lor
' KluniHlh Foll properly. K. (I,
Argravea, owner, 424 Oak Ave.,
Api. 4. n-m
ir you want
to bur a boma; tall a bo ma;
bur n lot; aell a lot; bur aome
acreage; anil lomi acraaga, or
rant a place:
MRS. NATB OTTERBEIN,
REALTOR
Phone 441 401 Lincoln
rORTLANl). Sept. IS. (jP)
Although trading In the local
hrtoalu egg market continue
nn'u very firm balu price aalna
of (yesterday failed to bold. All
enhrr standard Kradea Haled on
the dilry exchange down a full
cent today, .putting rxtraa at
JS,r finite 31c and medium
2!.
Continued rirmneas of the but
ter market I featured by eon
Metallic trading In tnruRe re
nerve nl ihl time.
Crab apnlea at from 8 to id
centa per pound, eem to be In
a light aupply aa other apple.
Huckleberries aell nt 17 to 20c.
gtipplica of aweet potntoe are
very strong and ante are affected
to lower level, .14 to 'tc per
pound.
ciiiCAoo. sept, is. (n
Wheat No. 2 llnrd 1.29 V f 1.30.
Corn No. 3 mixed 93Vi4:
No.,'2 yellow 7.
OnT No. 1 white 48fi'49; No.
3 White 4U47Vi.
Ryu not quoted
Hurley 7080. ..
Timothy need 2.40'HS.SS.
Clover aeed 18 000 000.
Lard 13.16. , , ' S
Illha 12.80. '
llelliea 14.78.
General's Wife
"Jut here for a vlelt," anld
Mme. Chlong Knl-8hek, ' wife of
Iha Chlncne natlonnllat general
iHxImo, a ahe arrived In San
FranclHcn from Uhnnghal. It i
rumored, thougrl. that ahe benra
a bii'tune in aecurltlua belonging
to her bul,and, who recently re-
elgnt'd over a political row after
lending tne nattonaitata in vic
tory thin eprlng.
Koi rnaulta ttao Ncwa Clam A At.
Deal with a
REALTOR
WASHINGTON TUBfeS II
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FOR SALE, REAL ESTATE
3 HOU.M house, la Mot Spring;
modern; f 1 SO cash and,l3S par
month,
LOTS CHEAP lleeldence an
bualness.
IaCRKAOK oud FARMS closo In;
priced right; sale or trails. (
IIOTKL, ItuumlnK llouso. Apart
imiiil Houae, Grocery, Jtvatau
runt, Warehouse.
FOR RENT a and 4 room house,
wurehouae, oltlce building; rea
sonable. ' JOHN C. PRKNCIf CO., I
REALTOR.
I11 Klnmnlh Ave. Korea, Bldg.
I I'hona 1430 ;
FOR SALE Neat amall houe, j
near Mill echool; In garden; gar-1
age; rheapt amall paymenta.
Write Box 72. Klamath New. I
14-21!
run nAbrfunvnaK acre in
Townaend Tract on Summnrs i
lane. City llrht and water.
Kuy term. Chone f94-J. IStf
TO EXCHANGE
FOR TRADE Raxaphnna for
light rnupe, aome can. Hox
Its. care New. 14-17
FOR EXCHANGE If you want
to rxchungo your property for
something that aulia better,
remember the other fellow ho
lAokln for what vou have.
:' He me today. Office open eve
ning" by appointment. I hare
good proportion all over the
Norlhweet. II. A. Old. 124
bo. lib St. I'lion. Office 909.
Re., 1499-W. 9-22
NOTICK TO THK PlIUJO
The County Court ot Klamath
Cnnnty hereby declare an emerg
ency to exlt, owing to the Infan
tile I'nrulyal (I Incline wbicb la
KI're&dltiK all too rapidly, and
caitHlng ileath nmong our chll
dren, and we, the member of
ald Court, herelry laaue the fol
lowing order, which order mill
be obeyed:
That all children in Klamath
County, under 15 yeura ot age,
ball be kept In their respective
homea. and not be permitted to
vlelt, congregate, attend public
gathering, enter theatre or
Htorea. Thn only exception to
tbla order la where purenta wbh
to tnke their children In their
own autoioobltnu ou County
rond.
The Hherlff of Klamath Coun
ty ha been and la hereby dlrvctf
ed to nnrorce inia emergency
onler In It every detail.
Dated till 12th day of' Septem
ber. 1927.
FRBD R. OODDARI),
I County Judge.
BURRELL SHORT.
1 Commlaalouer.
' H. R. OUNLAl'.
Commlaaloner.
fl.l.1-13-lne.
NOTICK FOR ri BLICATION
lepnrtment of tho Interior
U. 8. LAND OFF1CK at Lake
view, Oregon, Sept. 4. '1927.
NOTICK I hereby given thai
Com K. Crane, whose prait-offrce
addre I Klamath Falla, Tlre
gon, did, on the 6th dar of Au
gust. 1927. file In thta office
Sworn Statement and Applica
tion. No. 013117, to purrhane the
BWfcNWK Sec. 14. EHSKH
and SK'.iNB, Sec. 18. Town
hlp 37 8., Range 14 E... Wil
lamette Meridian, and the timber
thereon, under the prnvlaiona ot
tho art nf June 3, 1S78. and arte
amendatory, known aa the "Tim
ber and Stone Law." at anrh
value aa might be fixed by ap
praisement, and thnt, pursuant
to'aucb application, the land and
timber thereon have been ap
praised at $488.00. tho timber
entlmated 360 M hoard feet at
11.60 per M. and the land $160;
thbt said applicant will offer
final proof In support of her ap
plication and sworn statement on
the 16th day of November, 1927.
before Bert C Thomas. V. 9.
Commissioner, at Kmmath Falls.
Oregon. '
Any person la at liberty lo
protest thla purchase before on
try, or Initiate a contest at any
time before patent issue, by f 11
Ink a corroborated affidavit in
thin office, alleging fact which
would defoat the entry.
F. P. LIOHT,
' Register.
S)3-N.13.
AM,JOSvl
pmiim . 1 1 T'S Ouit
BLUt-tP
Tm3 CITiCUS RACKtT,
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FOR SALE Automobile
KOK HAl.K Wlijy-Klilh( coupe
ardan, In bait condition. Cull
' I4H-J. ' . 1 -J i
FOR SALE
FOR BALK Dry laad apuda, til
lb, fur 41.00. Cull Alice Mll
er'a ranch, Merrill Rt. 2. 11-18
FOR BALK Various article of
furniture and household good;
euy term. F. I.. Weaver,
phone 904. 14-lf
FOIt SAI.K Cook move, 116.
Phone 5 (in -J ID-IK
FOR SALE lied, aprlnga, rug,
table nnd chain, rocking halrs
and kitchen utensil. 1414
Martin t. 14-17
FOR SALH Hanga etove. In
' quire 2004 Darrow t. 14-10
FOR SALC Stromberg radio,
won lu conical. Have radio.
Will all at a big reduction.
See radio at Btiepherd'a or call
4J3-J. 13-18
FKDKiltEEl) POLICE Pl'PH need
a home. C. IMrk, 220 Main at.
13-3t
BUSINESS CHANCES
FOR SALE Oarage and service
atatlon. Doing .good buMlnes.
Cheap if taken at once. Alta
mont Auto Park. 15-16
! . -I '. Jl
MISCELLANEOUS
Wky flat Plant
TireEs?
Klamath Fall need them. Is
your house a homo, or Jut a
house?
See u about all kind of treea
or ahruba.
133 flrant Rt. Phone 1T0-W
USE Rnwlclgh Product 11 ot..
bottle vanilla, fl.00. 1020
Jefferson.
SHE WISH THIRD TERM
- DKFKATINO SIX MEN
RICHMOND, Va., Sept. IS. (P)
For tho third aucceasivo time,
a young Norfolk bouaewlfe has
left her male opponents trail
ing in the race for a seat in the
Virginia' general awienibly.
She I Mrs. Sarah Lee Fain,
only woman ever to be reelected
to the state assembly, fiix man
ran against her in the recent
election. f
Mrs. Fain'a chief work' has
been legislation for the protec
tion of women and children. She
has also endorsed and worked
for measures recommended by
tlovernor Harry Flood Byrd.
'
NOTICK OK SHERIFF'S SALE
' By virtue of an execution duly
issued by the Clerk of the Cir
cuit Court ot the County of
Klamath, State of Oregon, dated
the 31st day nf August, 1927. In
a certain action In the Circuit
Court for said county and state,
wherein II. E. Hauger as plain
tiff recovered judgment against
C. V. Courtney for the sum of
two hundred fifty and 60-100 dol
lars and 10 per cent Interest from
July 28. 1927. and 450 attorney's
fee and costs and disbursements
taxed at ten and 20-100 dollar,
on the 26th day of AtHtush, 1927.
Notice is hereby given that I
will on the 24th day ot Septem
ber, 1027. at the front door of
tho court house In Klamath Falls.
In said county, at 10 o'clock In
the forenoon of said day, aell at
public auction to the highest bid
der for eanh, tho following de
scribed property, to-a-it:
Lot 12. block 112, - Bticga
Vlnta addition to the City of
Klamath Fulls, State of Ore
gon, ......
Taken and levied upon as the
property of the sold C. V. Court
ney, or o much thereof aa may
lie necessary to satisfy the fuild
Judgment in favor of II. E.
Hanger against said C. V. Court
uey, with interest thereon, to
gether with all costs and disb
ursements that have or may ac
crue. , .
IUTRT E. HAWKINS, Hherlff.
Dated at Klamath Falls, Ore
gon, September 1, 1927. ,
By LOUIS C MUELLER, '
S2.9.16.23. Deputy.;
wrwin.. MOfT.TwtS
6.V, I'M fv
UOMIW CiUV, I a.w. I
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FOR RENT . ' '1
FOR -MB.NT 4-room furnished
houe. Cull 533 14-14
FOR BfcNT 24 feet l3.fH liv
ing room wlih roll around bed;
bedroom, tile bath, kitchen, all
hardwood floor; overstaffed
and mahogany furniture: gur
agea, electricity for laundry,
Irigldalre, acavenger, hot and
cold water and heat supplied;
modern In every detail. Linda
Vlma court, 1951 Erie. Hot
Springs addition. J.GU3-W.,
' . 14-27
FOIt KENT Oarage. 5SS" 11th
St. 15-17
FOR RENT Sleeping room:
cheap. 13.00 per week. 303
Washington. 14-18,
FOR RENT Two nicely furnish
ed sleeping rooms, board if de
sired; alao one room furnished.
43 week. 327 N. 9th t. 14-16
FOR RENT Modern foar-room
houae. Call 644-W. 14-20
FOR RENT Three-room opart
ment. 624 High at. 14-20
FOR KENT Two, room furnish
ed bouse. -216 K. Main at.
FOR RENT Fire-room bonse j
with bath, 3 stove, unfurnish
ed. 426 month. Call 953-M. !
i - 8-
FOR RENT Sleeping room:
reasonable. 124 N. 3rd. 13-19 ,
FOR RENT Three-room nicely
furnished apartment;, steam
heated: one block from Main.
213 Cedar, Cor. Pine. Phone
'616. tf
FOR RENT Large I-roonr house
us 'runneu. rnone iuiz-vt.
FOR RENT Flratoclas furnished
apartment, steam heated. Mc
Carthy apartments, 620 Pine.
Phone 400. 014tf
FIRST-CLASS apartment for
rent- All electricity furnished.
Krone Apta. Phone 631-M and
200.
BRITAIN Bl'RNH VP
LEFTOVER WAR FAM
LIVERPOOL. England. Sept.
IE, JO The "King's -Pipe" has
Just had the biggest smoke ot
Its career. The "King's Pipe"
is a building near the Stanley
Tobacco waifehouse here, in,
which damaged nnd unwanted
tobacco la burned in the presence!
of a Cnstnms officer. . I
The "King's Pipe" has,. lust
consumed 10,000.000 cigarettes.
which would probably have been '
OUR boardhstg
rUVel..SPEArirJci OF.
Le-f MS "IfcLLNoO,
I PREPARED A MEAL
ei HaIO HUeiPREP
PEOPLE FOR. A ViEEK J-. rf VJAS bA CHifiA,"
AH EARrTrlQLlAKE LEFT A WrlOLE 0W
pesrrrirre,-v oA-the outskirts ov-frtE
Cnv WAS A BOILIUS WATER SEVSER.
-THAT SPOUIEP EVERV TEU PAVS.-1 .
toScotftROLLED-TrfE RICE .AAARKElT AkJP rtAD
FtFTVTrlOUSAAiP ACKS OF RICE lii A
' VlARErtOOSE,"- OtX. HoiiR, BEPORE
TrlE GEVSER WAS "To
AM IMMEsiSE1 CREUl
ALL.THE
RICE
-AT THE
L-t
1 f W.I
I -TexOPOLt. TRlEO -fc TwlO- f v --aV ' AJ fau
I T(M voo. ie t i- Y-$3 ( niif I
ow, aveu. i) frpy CHb,N&eo I
Vyjttbj .w vou'. y'. Vi. "--r;4: mv minp. y
.N- sea u mt err . !" tsvici. wc. j
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HELP WANTED
WANTED Man, employed, that
baa some epare time to operate
a fleet of confection machine.
Can make In Klamath Falla
and other town from $4,000
to 18,000 annually. They work
while yon aleep. In reply give
phone nutpber. Write Box C9,
Care New. 16-14
WANTED Salesmen, to aell the
fusteat selling ear built. Vou
' men that are now employed In
gide now have' a chance to get
out and make aome real mon-
y. We will teach you In your
rare time. Call 622 8 4th at.
WANTED A waltrena with per
aonairtr, who will work ac
cording to our system. Must
be refined, courteona and able.
Apply at once. Orey Oooae
Sandwich Shop,, 616 Main.
11-17
WANTED
PARTY wfebee to torn In desira
ble building lot, clear, as part
payment for houae construction,
inquire Fred D. Fletcher, 14
Locmi lldg. .. . ., 14-18
ANTED Good lotg In trade
for good Used cars. See Han
ger, ilulck garage. 14-14
ANTED Wo pay highest cash
price for aaed furaitura and
stove. Be sure to see na be
fore you aell. We glvej yon a
liberal allowance for your aaed
furniture In exchange for new.
Vou will find our price very
reasonable aud credit aervlc
liberal.
KLAMATH FURNITURE CO.
111 -Main.9t. Phone 894
S2-02
LOST and FOUND
LOST Brown and white apayed
female dog: Portland license
6522. Reward. Notify Newa
office 16
LOST Saturday night on John
ston Prairie, 2 blankets, one
Elks emblem. Reward. Re
turn to Elk chll. 14-15
LOST Male Setter dog. name
Mox; white body with black
spots on head and body: lost
last June; has end of tail cut
off; $50 reward. Bob Coyne.
Bring to my Olene ranch or
Dr. Prentice. 7t-ll
Issued or boiu to the troop if
the world war had continued.
They had been ' stored in the
warehouse since tho end of the
war, and it wnB decided that
they should be destroyed. ,
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FOR- A KAUPl AL
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OBSERVATIONS
by a ',
INXOCEXT BVBTANDEB
eiioT.e,wwiwew
SOME KAMOl'H LAST WOBOS
"Don't you dare to knock those
ashes off on my clean carpet!"
"Look ot the mud you've track
ed In on my nice clean floor!"
"Before we were married you
wanted to take me some place
every evening, but now !"
"How long have you been
carrying that letter around In
your pocket?"
"Vou w'oiild forget your head
if It wasn't fastened to your
shoulder'" . (
Our stkr performer on the
screen for this year la the fly.
If somebody would suggest a
calendar with more pay daya we
w.onld be strong for calendar re
form. When It comes to swimming,
the' average bathing beauty la
said to be a poor fish.
I The man who puts on a coat
and . goes to church on a hot
I night learns that all his punish
ment Is not reserved for the
j hereafter. -
j RIDDLES
Why can't a man's hand be
iover eleven Inches? Because If
i It waa twelve," It would be a foot
Why ahonld a aailor be. the
beat authority on what goes on
In the moon? Because he has
been to aea.
Why la a tiy taller than most
men? Because he stands over six
feet- '
"What great virtue does the
North Pole remind ns of? Just
ice, that's ajr I
How Is a man apt to run a
splinter In his mouth? By eat
ing a club sandwich.
Which number in the opinion
of most men Is the greatest
Number one.
Why la tho horse the most
patient animal? Because he lis
tens to every woe.
Why Is the memory of "Wash'
ington like tine old French
brandy? Because it Is ever dear
to the American people.
- Why is a buckwheat cake like
a caterpillar? Because It's the
By Ahem
glL(jeiCL.E AMOS, LET"
ME ask: vou sumpiaa,
5'dosia'a boat" o&
-Trt" OCEAfi VMS
BRIA16IM' A LOAP OF
CORK, Aei'Trl' BOAT"
HIT A ROCK.-WOULDJ
Trl' BOAT FLOAT AW'
MOT SIUK, rJE!H6HiLLl
OF CORK Z '
X VllLSOAj
(lzUEftX
SAID,- TSefe
MILEP
A1P rtER
Looiep
LIKE TrK
KEY-BOARD
OF A
By Crane
S SZZg -"w till ' I
-5 owct ar oca sravict. c I 7
I'OTib that makes the butterfly. I
How many sides are there to
a me1? Two, .the fnajde and the j
outside. ! ' ,.'.;, !
Which' Is the faxlest ' class of j
people? Tall people; because
they are always longer In bed.
Who was the first whistler and
what was his tune " The wind,
when he whistled. "Over the Hills
and Far Away."
Why Is a drunken man like a
windmill? Because- 'his head
turn round and round.
Black within and red without
and four corners round about?
chimney.
When is money damp? ' When
Is due (dewt In the moraine
and missed (mist) at night.
' NOTICE " -
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given that at
a regular meeting of the Council
of the City of Klamath Falls,
Oregon, to be held on Monday,
the 10th day of October. 1927,
the undersigned, Peter J. Oergea.
win present a petition to the
Council praylng for the vacation
of that part of Roae Street in
Klamath Falls. Oregon, described
as follows:
Beginning at the Intersection!
of the northwesterly line of
Mt. Whitney with the south line
of Rose Street: thence weat
along the .south line of Roae
Street to the South west corner
of Rose Street; thence .North
along the West end cf Rose
Street 20 feet to a pont; thence
southwesterly tj the point of
beginning;. . ..
Any person, persons, firms or
corporatlno may appear and .ob
ject to such vacation, on or be
fore said 10th day of October,
1927.
Dated this 7th day of Septem
ber, 1927.
' PETER J.-OERGE3.
Date of First Publication: Sept
S. 1927. .
Date of Loot Publication: Oct.
7,.- 1927.
S.9-14-23-30-O.7.
Classified anvertlsing to' a
morning paper proposition - al
va. lis- the Na va.
ACCOUNTING
Accounting - , Auditing
HOWARD H. METCALF
;v ' " 119 South Fifth - "
Bookkeeping Income Tax
Service
ADVERTISING
TtM ALLAN W, McCOMB Csv
' Diricl-Mtil Advtrtinn
Mav L. M cComs, affr. '.
ilshisripltmt Pyislie-Lttlfs
H aula gtnet rbsaa IBM
BATHING
' THE SANITARY STEAM AND
SHOWER BATHS
"For Your Health
Open every day 11 a. m. to 13
midnight, except Monday.
171 Main
Finest Mineral Water la
the World
Hot Springs
Natatorium
Now Opea from 7:00 a. an.
, to Midnight
Tub Baths
Swimming Tank
Hot and Cold Showers
For Private Parties
Phone 199-W
Spring and Esplanade
CLEANING 1 DYEING
KLAMATH CLEANEVG
DYE WORKS
Cleaning and Pressing
"We Dye to Live" ,
31 Main St- Phone 404
DENTISTS
DR. E. G. WISECARVER
Dentistry X-Ray Laboratory
Phone 445 . Underwood Bldg.
r" s
OY Save W
m
Office Phone ttSoWMplhaaa Bldg.
Roa. rbono 1143 RlamaiU Falls
Did You Ever
Stop to Think?
' By EDBON R. WAIT ,(4
oUutsraee, Oklahoma -,
William J. Kline, publisher of
the Amsterdam (N. J.) Recorder
nnd Democrat, aays: "' '
"The man who wants his rtty
to grow and prosper should buy
at home. . .,,,,, , j.f ..
"He should do this becanse it
la the right thing to do. And it
his motive Is selftab, he should
do the same thing.
, "His own prosperity depends
upon that of tho city. It Is tied
up with that of the merchants
who offer -to htm purchasing; op
portunities. Good business lor
I them means good business Tor
mm. no matter wnat the occu
pation In which he is engaged.'
"To buy at borne creates bet
ter feeling all around.
"It helps your neighbor, and
j ho Is grateful. '
I "He will be ready to do aome
I thing for yon when yon need- It.
"It is of great aid la bulldiag
- op united, harmonious and aarn-.
test civic spirit. i .
"It keeps money at home to
meet the taxation required tor
mnnicipal maintenance and seed-
led Improvement. :. , .
i "If yon apend yonr money tin
! an outside city, you are assisting
that city to grow at the eanenss
of your own.
"Your own town should com
first. Yon live there, your inter
est are there, you are- bringing
np your children there. ',,
"Then show your regard for It
and your loyalty to It by , pat
ronising Its merchants."
Anything yon wish to sell? Or
to buy? Tell all Klamath Fall
about It in the economical, . ef
ficient way through a littla
Class Ad In the Klamath News.
For results use News Class Ads.
' CHIROPRACTOR
DR. M, KOKKO t . ,v.
Spinal Adjustmcnu and ',
, ; Massae "
Many years practical experi
ence In natural healing. Sani
tary steam baths.
Phone 1464-W JTlft Main St.
HOTELS
VALI.EY HOTEL
Brand. New aad Modern)"
All outside rooms Very '
moderate rates,'
,4j5Ptaes. nsaaMiasA
LODGES
BUILDERS' EXCHANGE
meets every id and 4th Wed
nesday ot the . month at 4:00
p. m. in Legion HalL '-.
VETERANS OF FOREUiK
WARS
Pelican post IMS
Meets every second aad
fourth Wedneaday evenings, 4
p. m., basment Court Hons
VERNE J. WALKER, Ooav.
Phone 1254-W
Fraternal Order of
Eagles
W1U meet - every
Friday evening In
the Mouse Hail at
7:30 p. m.
MINING ENGINEER.
HENRY M. LANCAUTSH,.,
Mining Engineer '
American Conservatory of MsM
United States Mineral Surveyor
for the. Dlatrtct ot Oregon
Office: 204 West F St. ' '
P. 0. Box 794. Orant Pass, 'fit' .
PHYSICIANS
PAUL M. E. CARSTFNS, M. JD.
Phone 1510 :
Speclar' attention to 'women
and children.
118 South Fifth St. comer
Fifth and Main, Klamath
Falls, Oregon . ',""
STOVE EXCHANGE
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