The Klamath news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1923-1942, September 18, 1927, Page 5, Image 5

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    THE KLAMATH NEWS
SUNDAY, SEPTKMDEU 18, 1027
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CLASSIFIED AD RATES
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Same ad run on wek 10 per
cant discount.
Sam ,l run an raontb 10
pr cent discount.
TELEPHONE 877
TIIK IIIQ MAIIKKT 'hMK
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FOR SALE, REAL ESTATE
KOH HAI.K 87 acr Irrliiatrd !
v saxo uruan land: f m notnto
mill nur Mulln, $1500, only I
lilim down II purchaser will I
I . Improve; or will oxchanae fori
,' Klamnlh Falls properly. K. l. I
Araruves, owner, 2K Oak Ave..
Api, 4. I
KOIt KAt.K .Wat small liuus. j
near Mill school; In Kurrtrn; ear
aar; rlieup: small payment. I
Write Una 72, Klumaih News. ;
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Foil 8A1.K (n-hlr kn In !
Tnwnsenrt Tract on Rummers !
lune. Oty llithla and waier. '
Knar terms. I'hnnit 191-J. IStfj
.' If YOU WANT I
To buy a borne: anil a homo:
ouy a lot: aril a lot; buy some,
acreage: aeir lorn acreage, or '
rent a plar: gee I
MRS. NATB OTTERDEI.V. i
REALTOR
Pood 443 901 Lincoln
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I'.iMKKIt It 111 -HI'KH v
RAN PIIAN('lji'0. Sept. 17. j
(I'l'l Arrested a ho walked!
riiiwn the gnnxplaiik frnm a boa I 1
from Imh Anitelr, Fred Straiten. '
:?, wanted In Colnrhdo Sprlnga.
Colorado, wa held here today on l
a telegraph warrant. Ilo Is'
wanted oil charge ot passing!
worthless checks, accordltl. to do-;
tecili-ea. i
FOREST HILLS, N. V.. Sept.
1". (if) Rene La Coslo of France
today won the tennis champion
ship of the I'nlted State for the
econd tlmo In two years hy de
feallug lllll Tilden in atralrfht
!. The final scores were 11-0,
0-3. 11-9
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ACCOUNTING CHIROPRACTOR I
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Accounting Auditing lK. M. KOKKO
HOWARD H. MKTCALP . l,mt AdJ-trm-m nu.l
119 South Fifth Mnjr yeaw TrtiTlcl .xperl-
Dookkoeplng Ipcome Tag enco In natural healing. Sanl- '
Serrlca lury steam hnths.
I, llione I4H4-W 4TIB Miitn Ht.
ADVERTISING j HOTELS
Ttl ALLAN W. McCOMB Co. i V ALLEY HOTEL
Dirttt-Mnil Advirlitimt Itriuid New- anl Modern
- ,','""iM,"'', All outside rooms Vory
" S'!' !i JfL. moderate rate.
4M Mat. ., rhes. ItH 4W Jnf w I1iBe
BATHING - . LODGES '
I ,!, : .
KiTA.yj,T2l'AND ' Bl'ILDERH' EXCTLVnGE
nHOn bn BATHS
."For Your Health" I meet aver ta and. 4(h Wad
Open every day 11 a, m. to 1J ne.dnj of the month at 1:00
midnight, except Monday. i . j
1719 Main 1 P- m. In Xeglon Ball.
Finest Mlaeral Water In l! VETEKANS OF KOKKIG.N 1 j
the World I M WAIUJ
1 - MOt SDriniTS Meel T,r ecoad and
'Mofaffirilim m- baimeot Court Home
xiaiuiununi verne j. walkbh, com.
No Open tmm 1:00 a. m. i Phone 1258-W
. to Midnight I
' V:- i ?Ub.Bll' k ! Fraternal Order of Wm
;' Bwlmmlng Tank ttntu eC9 I
; Hot and Cold Shower ! Wm meet every
- Kerr Private Partial ; Friday evenlnf In JrV i
Phone 199-W the .Moose Hall kt V
Spring and Esplanade 7:30 p. m. titr t
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CLEANING ft DYEING MINING ENGINEER
. ' '. k I HK.NKV M. LANCASTER
KLAMATH CI.EAN1NO m Mining; Kwtlnccr -
DYK WORKS Amoriran Ctinnrrvatory of Ma
' - i United State Mineral Surveyor
C,?.!.n,lni "? P.?"",l.l,, tor the District of Oregon
..Te,P" t0 Lile 0f"! West F Si, -
4S1 Main St. . Phone iOS p, 0 110.794, rsni Pas. Or.
DENTISTS PHYSICIANS
t. L ' t I t " I ' I
" nn. k: g. wisECAiiVEii I rAVh M'jM;nATysioVB M" n'
"7. - . ' I Special attention to women
Dentistry X-Ray Laboratory u1li children.
1 i ; llS south. Fifth St., corner
Pbona 645 Underwood Bld(. 1 Fifth nnd Main,' Klamath
4 I Fall, Oregon
STOVE EXCHANGE
fj!C """Si, V Boo tb. Stove Man
(Of oave x w. e. fixum
Htiivcs Rxcnnngml
81. Main
&V Mow JaJ -
lg 11 1 1 'JLK , ' ir 'tr day I to keep thorough-
s4T P2r ' ly Informed on happening of lm-
V -miS portance throughout the world a
OfflcoPhonellM Mnlham Mtlit. 'n Klamath Fall! and
flc. I'bono ll ta Klauinili Fall vicinity. I
If OR SALE, REAL ESTATE
J-KOOM honu In Hot 8rlng:
modern; (ISO cash and I3t per
monili. .
LOTS ' CIIKA1' Rualdonc and
business.
ACItKACB and PAIIM3 clone In;
priced rlRlit; salo or trade.. .
IIOTKI., Rooming Homo, Apart
ment House, Oroccry, flestau-
ranl, Warenousa.
FOR KENT S and 4 room houaca.
warehouse, office building; rea
aiinaul. JOHN c.-frkmcii CO.,
REALTOR,
ill Klnmath Ave. ' Kern, Bid.
I'hone 1430
FOR SALE OR TRADE
FOR H.U.K--Or will trade for
small house or farm, 7-room
mudi-rn home In Hot. Springs;
full l?aeinimi. hardwood floor,
fireplace, furnace; easy term.
I'ltnun 130-11.
TO EXCHANGE
FOR TRAHK Three lol with 2
bounce, one 2-roont on S-room,
for lot cl e In. I'hoao 101 J-W
FOR KXtHANliK- If you want
to pichangn your property for
something that suits better,
remember the other fellow has
Just what you . wnnt, and la
. looking for what yon have.
Kee me today. Office open eve
nings hy appointment. I have
good proportion nil over the
Northweat. 11. .A. Old. 12
tio. 7th Ml. Hhone, Office o,
.. 149S-W. - 9-82
1 I
IHtOVR WHILE DRI NK
W. W. Turner was arrested on
I Ashland-Klamath Fall highway
j Friday on the charge bf operating
! a car while uniUr the Influence
f liquor.
At a hearing before Rarnea,
1 Justice of tho peace, yesterday
; he , plead guilty to the charge
t mid was fined $100 and oen-
FOR SALE Automobile
FOR. DALE 1 U 2 r, model. Ford
edun. 'nll ill. ID
FOR BAI.EWllly-KnlKhl coupe
sedan. In bent condition. Call
1-J. I-la
FOR SALE
FOR HALE Reglatered Jersey
hull. 4 year old. It. F. rteasly,
Merrill lit., cliy. 18-21
FOR SAI.K--Llo.voil loom wicker
body huggy, first-class condi
tion. $20. Apply 328 N. 6th l.
or phone 3'JU-ll 18-20
KtUt BALK ("raw and calve.' J.
H. ttwnspe. Shasta View ranch,
- near Plnehurst.
FOR SALE llremer Tully. power
U radio. Call t 17-18
FOR KALE Dry land puda, 60
Jbs. for 11.00. Call Alice M1I
r' ranch. Merrill Rl. 2. 1S-18
FOR KALE Cook move. $15.
- I'hone GSC-J 18-18
FOR SALE Stroinherg radio,
won In content. Hive radio.
Will aell at a l.ig reduction.
See radio at Shepherd's or call
7J-J. . 1.1-18
LOST and FOUND
LOST Male Better dog, name
Mox; white body with black
pot on head and body; lost
lunt Juno; has end f tail cut
off: f reward. Hob Coyne.
Bring to my. Olene ranch or
! lir. Irenllce. .! 7t-ll
BUSINESS CHANCES
m'KINKHS OPPORTUNITY liny
our" gnod-paying cafe. $1,200
cash; place worth $2,500. See
me Sunday. Mr. Robinson,
I room 414 Arcade hotel. 1U
FOR HALK Small store, central
ly located; good business op
portunity: owner forced to sell
, on account of poor-health. For
particular write News 99..
17-.1t
MISCELLANEOUS
Mere. SSaadle
Klamath Fall needs them. Is
yofir house a borne, or Juat a
house
See 11a about all kind of tree
or shrub.
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133 Oram Ht.
Phone 170-W
JENSEN AND LION
MAKING GOOD TIME
NEW YORK. Sept. 1". (ff)
A wireless message from Martin
Jensen, flying from San Diego
to New York, saying that he had
passed Chicago was received . nt
tho offices of Metro-Ooldwyn May
er, sponsors of the flight, fhls
afternoon.
Jensen I accompanied . by
"Leo," a docile circus lion. .
NOTICE TO THE PI BUC
The County Court of Klamath
County hereby declares an emerg
ency to exist, owing to the Infan
tile Paralysis disease which is
said Court, hereby Issue the fol
lowing order, which order must
be obeyed? .
That all children In Klamath,
County, tinder 16 year of age,4
shall he kept In their respective
homes, and not be permitted to,
visit, congregate, attend public
gntherings, enter theatre ot
stores. The only exception to
this order Is where parents -wish
to take their children In their
own automohlles on County 1
ronds.
The Sheriff of Klamath Coun
ty has been and is hereby direct
ed to enforce this Emergency!
order In Its every dctjill.
. Dated this 12th day of Septem
ber, 1927. f
FRED It, CODDARD,
1 County Judge.
' BURRELL SHORT.
, Commissioner.
' II, R. DUNLAP.
Commissioner.
S.l.1-18-Ine.
WASHINGTON TUBBSJI
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ASM WJ
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OePe.RTJR6 FROM
ThC C1R.COS
L,tTJ5. TwerA IM
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rVv6 COrAtNCs
BCrAPsef-roNWfY
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'olt RENT Housekeeping apt.
nnd garage; adult. 255-W:
High. . 18-30
FOR RENT The roif tfco-room
furnished cottage 1 voa have
been wishing for; porc( free
, light and . water; r- use - bath,
phone, tub; only $20 month
for steady tenant. 901 Ala
meda ave.. Phone 2-J. 18
FOR RENT Room suitable for
one or two gentlemen, close in.
Phene UU-J. 227 S. 9th t.
FOR RENT Completely! furnish
ed steam heated apartment;
garage;- new buildipgi Jut off
Main on Ilroad. Rex Arm
Phone 1118. . 18 '
FOR "RENT Small furnished
CLttage. no charge for light
and water; one-half block from
pavement. $12.50 per month.
2342 Home ave. 18
FOR RENT House and 4 acre,
close In;' equipped for rahblts
and chickens. R. V. Hutrhlns.
Keno road. - ' 18.
FOR RENT Two nicely fur
nished sleeping -rooms, board
If desired. Also one room fur
nished. $3.00 week. 327 No.
9th. 17-20
FOR RENT Furnished 3-room
apartment, private bath. Call
T 18 Jefferson st. 17-2t .
FOR RENT 4-room furnished
house. Cull 533 1S-I8
FOR RENT Sleeping; , room;
cheap. $3.00 per week. 302
Washington. 15-18
FOR " RENT -"-Modern four-room
house. Call 84S-VV. 14-!
FOR RENT Three-room apart
ment. 524 High at. 14-20
FOR RENT Two room furnish
ed honse. 215 E. Main St.:
FOR RENT Five-room house
with hath, 3 stoves, unfurnish
ed. 125 month.. Call 953-M.
13-18
FOR RENT Sleeping rooms:
reasonable. 126 N. 3rd. 1.1-19
FOR RENT .Three-room nicely
furnished apartment; ateam
heated; one block from1 Main.
213 Cedar, Cor. Pine. Phone
61. tf
FOR RENT Large 2-room bouse
on Tunnell. phone 10I2-Vv
FOR RENT First-class furnished
apartment, ateam heatd. Mc
Carthy apartments, 620 . Pine.
Phone 800. 014tt
FIRST-CLASS apartment for
rent. All electricity furnished.
- Evan Apt. Phone 621-M and
- 100. '
A'OTTCK VOR PUBLICATION
' Department or the Interior. '
U. S. LAND OFFICE at Lake
view, Oregon, Sept. 6. 19f7..'
NOTICE la hereby given that
Cora E. Crane, whose post-office
address Is Klamath Falls, Ore
gon, did. nn 4he 6th day of Au
gust, 1927. file In this office
Sworn Statement and 'Applica
tion. No. 013117. to purchase the
SWWNWM Sec. 14, ESK
and SEttNEM.-flec. 15. Town
ship $7 S., Range 14 E., Wil
lamette Meridian, and the timber
thereon, under the provision of
tbe act ot June 3. 1878. and acta
amendatory, known aa the "Tim
ber and Stone Law." at such
value a might be fixed by ap
praisement, and that, pursuant
to auch application, tho land and
timber thereon have been ap
praised -at 6635.00, the timber
estimated S50 M hoard' feet at
$1.60 per M, and the land $160;
that said applicant will ofler
rimP proof in support of her ap
plication and sworn statement on
tbe 15th day of November, 1927,
before Bert C. Thomas, V. 8.
Commissioner, at Klamath Falls,
Oregon, . . -.
Any person Is at liberty to
protect -this purchase before, en
try, or Initiate a contest at buy
time before patent Issues. By rf li
me a ' corroborated uffidavlt in
thin office, alleging fact which
would defeat the entry.
. . F. P. LIGHT.
'' - '. ' Register.
8.13-M.1J.
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' For nl' old paper. Call at
Klamath Newi.
Deal with a
REALTOR
FOR RENT
( neuiiii tutu. "TvoVoeNe ckhJ ,S J lw ao KMott-pt I uiof wees in WN6 .7V essm. but vwt n.
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HELP 1 WANTED
yVASTED Experienced milker,
married or single: also general
ranch hand; steady work.
Phone 12. '18
.AtilKS We pay i hundred
coloring card home; absolutely
no selling; opportunity begin
ners; experience unnecessary.
i Addressed envelope brings par
ticulars. Art Crafts, 321 Broad
way. N. Y. 18
WANTED Distributor for 100
- .store route this county; experi
ence unnecessary: no selling;
distribute and collect: should
net - $70 . weekly. Box 843,
News.
LADIES Earn 115 dozen sewing
aprons; .absolutely no selling;
experience unnecessary; ma
terials cut. Addressed envelope
brings instructions. Address
Alpha. 2U2 Market St., Peter
sen, New Jersey. - 18
LADIES Earn $18 dozen sewing
I aprons home, experience un-
i necessary; materials cut: In
structions furnished; address
ed envelope brings particular.
Milo (iarment. 235 Broadway,
llayonne, N. J. . 18
WANTED Salesmen, to sell the
fastest selling car built. You
men that are now employed In
side now have a chance to get
' out add make some real mon
ey.,, We will teach you In your
spare. time. Call 522 S fith st.
WANTED SITUATIONS
WANTED Practical nursing,
house or maid work. Experi
enced. Phone 288-J. 18-2!'
WANTED Experienced stenogra
pher and bookkeeper wishes
trmaneat position: reference.
Call 2440 Vine. Phone 442.
18
WANTED Position as office
glrf. can take dictation. Write
E. Climer, Chiloqoin. Ore.
18-20
WANTED Housekeeping; or care
for children in own home. 20)9
Garden ave. 17-23
WANTED
PARTVwIshes to turn in desira
ble tfuilding lots, cleur. aa part
payment for house construction.
Inquire Fred D. Fletcher, 16
Loomls l hlK. 18-18
WANTED We pay highest cash
price for used furniture and
stove. Be sure to. see us be-
f fore yon aell. We give you a
liberal allowance for your used
furniture 1n exchange for new.
You will find our prices very
reasonable and credit service
. littoral. .. .
, KLAMATH FURNITURE CO.
' 1011 Main St. k . Phone 894
. ' . S2-02
I At the Liberty
Closely associated ifq ships
of the sea, the United States
Marine Corps for the first time
takes on a new glory; that ot
guarding the modern "ships of
the desert,'" the (treat transcon
tinental mall trains. In tbe stir
ring picture of action nnd ad
venture, "The Great Mall Rob
bery," showing at tbe Liberty
theatre. , . ' .
? So little credit had previously
been given tbe "leathernecks" for
their pare in stamping out the
gangs of bandits who were mo
lesting the activities ot Uncle
Sam as a mall man that It was
decided to .devote an entire pic
ture to the glorification ot the
marines in the thankless and
gallant task. .
Plans were '.made to film a
picture which would accurately
portray the;. work ot. the mall
guards, so exciting In reality that
no exaggeration of romance and
adventure is necessary to pro
vide an abundance of thrills. "The
Great Mall Robbery" Is the re
sult of these plans.
Spectacular stunts attendant
upon an hair-raising air chase,
the marines under fire, the love
of a beautiful girl for a man
who was not what he seemed
these are some of the highlights
In the story ot a master criminal
who took everything Into consid
eration but the United '.States
Marines. .
For nl -old paper. Celt at
Klamath New.
DEATHS
WALTER C, COTTRKLL
Walter Clarence, Infant son of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Cottrell.
pawed away at the family resi
dence 260 Laguna street on Fri
day night at 11:30 o'clock fol
lowing an illness of but a few
days' duration. In addition to
bis parents be leaves to mourn
his passing, three brothers, Clyde.
6, AIviu, 4. and George, 2.
, Friends are respectfully In
vited to attend the funeral serv
ice to be held this afternoon at
1:30 o'clock at the Earl Whit
lock Funeral Home. Pine avenue
and Sixth, with Rev. D. V. Hatght
officiating. ' Interment will be
made In Llnkvllle cemetery.
ABXF.lt HAYES j
Friends are respectfully in-i
vlted to attend the funeral serv
ices for the late Abner Hayes to
be held this afternoon at 3 ;
o'clock at the Whitlock Funeral ;
Home, with Rev. A. P. Simmons
offJd"ting. Interment will be
made In the family plot In Link-,
vllle cemetery.
NELLIE HOYEVDAHL j
The aervtcea of tho late Nellie;
Hoyendahl will be held this- af-j
ternoon at 2:30 at the mortuary i
of I. A. Towey.Mo which friends j
are Invited to attend. Inter-j
ment will follow In Llnkvllle:
cemetery. " ,
CTfRISTIXA HOOD j
Christiana Hood, the daughter'
of Mrs. .Lottie Hood Jackson,
passed . away in this city lastj
evening , at .7 : 30 o'clock, follow
Ing an illness- of two weeks d unc
tion. She was born at Bealty,
and was aged 6 years.
The remains are at the Earl
Whitlock funeral home. Pine
avenue at Sixth. Funeral ar
rangements will be announced
later. j
Every department ot the Klhm-1
ath Valley Hospital Is admirably
prepared to treat tbe physical
needa of the sufferer.
CjycHpR5j;iLLS
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nat.tc ata, tcsjc i wttn mua
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PHQTtbfi RAPHER5
, OWE OF Trl' FOUR J
STH' BEST Ori
. MB, "TO ORPER.
A POZEW Y.
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U" Tl44H Q-'lV stowc. aMf BUTTERS PAei;
FLIES MENACE TO ' U
HEALTH OF CITY
(Continued from Page One) '
in themselves are pestilence, and
not only kilt flies but! destroy
their breeding place . as well."
Unless municipal regulations
for sanitation are strictly ob
served, offenders In tbe future
will reckon with police. It was
stated. .
For result use New Class Ads.
PIAXO CASES REFIMSHED
Tarnish check removed Ilka bow
A. E. DEASON, Piano Tuner .
TIO Mala . - Phone 149-W
Standard Dyers "
and Cleaners
"For Better Appearance"
Odorlea CleaaJng
One-Day Service "
Expert Dyeing
1409 Esplanade St
Phone 825
milllllHIIIIMIIIIr,
DANCE 1;
. ; SUNDAY M.
State Line Dance Hall
Music by '
Pickett and . His
Famous Sextette
Dance from 2 'til 6 p. m.
VIIIIIIIII1IHIIHHH.
Klamath Printing
Company .
for all mill and cmp forms,
loose leaf systems, billing
sheets and office stationery.
522 Klamath Ave.
1 Phone 1282
HOUSE , :
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Of WOsilJERlMS HOUl
MtiCri A VCffEA UlU.
cos-r.'--Trl' orfrteR
PROFILE LOOKS LIKE 1
A MOOSE GErfflrJcS
"TH SCEeTT Of
IAcic3ER.;V'
GLASSES
Eyes Examined. Fined and the
- Classes Ground in our own '
- . . factory to mil jomr'- . .
, mdivi4M Hqpmmms. .,. t
Broken Lenses Replaced
: ; 01. COBLE'S c".
: 70 MAIM STKMT .
Reparrl t Quick Stnkt
25'
" ' ' '. :
is the .
-'right price " .
to pay for a
' good tooth
; paste - ' .
USTTEWNE
TOOTH PASTE
, l4rgf Tube ;
STAGES
To .Ashland .......l.fl
To' Sledford .t ab
To Pendlcton"..T..r.;.145
Connections to all points
-. , Worth and East.. . ,
Cheapest Rates
Sarrameato .
Son Francisco
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8th and Klamath
Phone 326 '
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