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    THE KLAMATH NEWS
FRIDAY, DECEMBER : 23, 1927
PAGE SEVEN
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CLASSIFIED AD RATES
Two cent sir word each ttm
' id la printed.
Same ait run on wMk' 10 pr
earn dlacount.
Hani ad run ona month 10
par cunt dlafount. i,
TELEPHONE 877
TIIK 1110 MAIIKKT PLAiTK
FOR SALE. REAL ESTATE
t'On HALF. F.uulty In flve-nrr
Irnrt. Improved, S mllna nut.
Wrlto Ted K. Itlrlmrda, bos
110. city. 15-6i
on SALK Three-room lilaater
d lionaa. Juat on Oregon
Ave. Term. , Apply 20.15 Ore
gon, U-at
ir vou want
To buy noma: aall boma:
bay lot; aall lot; buy aoma
arrange; aall aoma acraaia, or
rant pla.ro: 8a
MRU. NATE OTTBItDEIN.
RCALTQK
Pbon 441 . ' ioi Lincoln
IIKI.II IIV lltMljTH ;
U)8 ANOKI.KH, lw. 22. IITl
I.yman Harbor, l.oa America
rnxlnanr. la liolnii li.-lil n.r Vac-
Milan In Mrxlro by Imndlla wlm
haro (l.'niaiiili'd 14,000 piMiin fnr
hla ri'liut. aii'ordlnc to wurd r
rWvvd Iu,ra at lb Imoi.dr hla
inolhrr. ilr Mumk' Jlarb.tr. Ilnr
lipr'a wlfn and rhlld worn pnrinl!
Ii'ri to rnlillimn lo Mi'tlro City
whtri tha' party waa hound to
inako known thi di'mnnda nf thr
brlitnnila li waa aald.
N 'V.V TO ItllltlVKKV
IIKCATI'K, III.. lli'O. 23. tl!
I') larn Miirthlaon. famuuil
aprlntor, itavo every Indication to
day of bellix on Ilia way lo com
plete tavovnry after hla rarent
rrlllrnl lllneaa with cerebro-apl-nal
menliiKltla. MurrhlRun'a rnn
rililnn waa ninrked by n com-
, pltitit nhaenrn uf rnmpllratlona,
which had delayed hla rocovery
altar bo paaaed tha rrlula laat
, week.
Deal with a
REALTOR
Accounting. Auditing
HOWARD H. MKTCALP
lip South rifth
Bookkeeping Income Tag
Sorvlo
CAMPCROUNDS
1IAVI.INA lll.NTINO CAMP
on Tule Lake. California, eaal
aide. Cahlna furnlahcd with
clove, wood, water, bed, aprlnfa
ad mattreaa. Moala and am
munition, .
B.J. llavllna, prop. Malln, "Or. J
CLEANING & DYEING
KLAMATH (XRAMNQ at
DYB WORKS '
Cleaning and Praaslng
"W Dy to Live".
4S1 Usln 8t Pbon 40
DENTISTS
DR. E. G. W1HKCARVKR
Deatlatry Z-Ray Laboratory
Pbon 64S Cndrwoc-d Dldg.
0. J. Johnson
DENTIST
Melhnao Bids.
Opposite Court House
Open Evenings
Phone 1183 Ret. 1143
M. E. COOPER
Dentist
Suite 0.1, Pool Rldg.
Phono I I IT
DRESSMAKING
DRESSMAKING
All Work Oaaranteed
WILL SEW AT TOUR HOME
IfiRO Crescent .
What you no longer hav use
tor may b Juat the thing another
la seoklng. The Klamath Newt i
Vlaulfled Ada bring buyer and
Mtlen tngothnr,
"'1a,,,a,JB,MMMii;"aaaMa t
L . I
ACCOUNTING HOTELS
t OK SALE, KEAL ESTATE! FOR SALE I FOR RENT I HELP WANTED (Kqulty .Nn.wno). . ,
1 eiw. e. n wwwmmmo I . i ' .-...I . . ll uliL-nftvu HIIT
CHRISTMAS SNAPS
LOT BusllU, lluv.uu; half rash.
ONK III.OCK LOTS. IISUO.OO;
nay terms.
TIIIIHK riOO.M (urni. I.o.l hou.e,
11400.00.
TWO-ROOM furntahod hnuai,
f II0U.0O.
TWO IIOl'SKS and Ihroo lota,
I I1IOV.0O.
1120 Al'HKH IrrlKiitcd, I0U par
t acre.
080 ACItF.S Irrigated. 122. COO.
80 ACKP.S ai Ji land lor lao.
80 M K IIOl'KF.S for lease.
' JOHN tl. PltKNCH CO.. Iloaltnr
Oil Kt.nmilli Aviv I'lmn 143u
MISCELLANEOUS
I - -.-.-."i
HUM K NIFTY I'ltKHKNTS fmln
rvillrn pup lo rare hnrae; from
I weddliiK rlmtn to diamond
I , rlnxa; ntinjna lo planoa; beda.
atove. (uruliur, overcnala; $1,
12 and up. Clotliea; all klnda
abora. Iiuv now, lrlcea rlnht.
I. C UUk. 220 Main. 21-.1t'
,HI'I.KNDIU CAItK at prlrca with
. lu rijicli of uvuryunn at I he
1 I'rlraoi Hanllnriuni. 1.104 Wor-
den avenue anil 11th aireeta.
: I'taone 7 IS. Mra. K. I.lchlluol.
' D2O-20I
KltOST IMIOOF 8TOKAOB For
rara. Dead atornge. 16.00 pnr
mnnih. Call 1470. DO-tf
IO.ihmi IM IMMHTKD
8AI.KM. Dec. 22 (i:i' A
nvldenco of good fnllh.' II, A.
Hlggi). engineer, pnaled a 110,000
cert I tied check with tliti alale
highway department here today
In Indemnify the atulo fnr chang
ing tho Hnntlntn highway eaal nf
l.bannn to per mil the building
nf n tagging rnllrcnd between
tho highway and the Hantlant
river. IIIkkh permuted In hla
rcfutala to auy who he repnuienta.
Mll.l. lKNTHOY4:D ItY MKK
HKATTI.K. Waah., law. 23. ( V
IM Klre deatroyed the Cnacade
Lumber uod Shingle enmpany'a
mill at Knnhnuihb near here la
day, canning duDiugo catlntaleir
at 4 1 7f,. O.io,
VALLEY IIOTKL
nrand Now and Mod era
All outaldo room Vary
moderate rate.
4 IB Pine 8L Phone 12S4
LODGES
nfJILItKRH' ICXtllANHB
meeta every fourth Wed
ncaday'ot lb month at 1:00
p' m. lo Legion Hall.
MINING ENGINEER
HK.VKV 1. LANCAHTKK
Mining Knulnoor
Amerlcnn ConatrvHttary of Moa A
United 8lates Mineral Surveyor 1
for the District of Oregon
Office: 204 West F St. V
P. O. Itoi T4. Oranta Pass, OTv
OPTICIANS
GLASSES
Eyd Examined, Fined and ihe
Classes Ground in our own
factory to fHtt yo$r
indn'tdu.1 nqnirtrntUtS.
Broken Lcnsei Replaced
DR. GOBLE'S
70 MAIN STREKT
RcJUn Quiti Srriict
PHYSICIANS
PAUL M. R. CAIIHTRN8, M. D.I
Phone IfllO ' I
Special attention to women
and children.
IIS South Fifth St., corner
Fifth and Main, Klamath
Fall, Oregon
! REPAIRING
t t
' W. K. FIXEM SHOP
Moved from 21 Mnln Slreot
to 628 Sixth Slreot
Larger and better quarters.
Come when you wont good
work. '
SILK HOSIERY
Real Silk Hosiery Mills
Loral Rrprearntatlve
J. V. SHEPAIID
Phone IM4, (lie Pine St,
Place Your Christmas Order
NOWI -
. v. , . ...I .... niui jmi ifliu ki I .'
conta.. "lii'o ut and . anva L
money." ('. Dick, 220 Main I
trmt. tJ-lt'
FOIl SALK New aulla. naed
aulta mid i ovcrcoata. Heavy
m iterink nlo aulta mndo to
ordnr, 423. 7f. and up. Ouor-
anttio aiillafurtlnti. T, II. Law
rence lintel liny. 2.1-21
11 1 1 1 u.f W .1. . L
pit bull pupa, 421 each. Writ '
box 4. Marduel. t'nilf. I2-4t
HOYS' Sl'ITS ('lolhca; new;
nut) prifHvnia, tu.uu, inn anna.
i;. iJii-K, zzo Main m. ri-ai-
KOIl SALK 125 ton ryo bay;
K:od to feed elock; house fur
nished. James .fllrkman, Ma
lm. Ore. 18-UU
FUR SALK Police puppies, wolf
Krey, petlgreed, $16 'and up.
I'boiie liii-W. 1. U. boxj
815. lT-st
KOU BALE White loKhortu and
It. I. Ited rhlrka. Htato certi
fied. Diarrhea teated. Boat
production. HooklnK ordera
now for 1028 delivery. Wrlto
for catalogue anil price, Unt.
Will lake meat poultry and
apuda In exchange. C. P. Car
penter, ijtar ill., lletiford. Ore.
Dlutf
FOR SALE L'aed furniture;
alovoa, ranitoa, waahlng; ma
rhlnea, auwlng marhinen for
aale or rent; lowest price;
eoay terne. Klamath Furniture
Co.. 1011 Main HI. 11-tf
FOR SALE OR RENT
FOR HALH OH KENT Itcaluur
ont and rooming houae; very
choap. Call Mnck'a Hooma.
23-St
WORLD HAPP.TV FIHKT
LAW IH IIKINU lIUiF.D
OENEVA. Dec. 22. (Ul'l An
International convention on "aaf
rty flrat" la the intcat project oi
tho Internitlnnal Iabor Bureau
here.
The question already haa been
placed on tho agenda of the next
International labor convention
thai will be held here In May.
1928, and committee of ex
pert! from tho International La
bor Bureau baa hegnn a world
wblo Investigation of tho preacnt
atatua.uf Induat rial accident.
From the figure gathered--to
date. It la already estimated that
there are nearly 60.000 dcatba
In the world annually from In
duairtnl accidental the number of
acclilenta that are not fatal reab
nearly a million; while the l.ms
In time and uuaiey looks' like
the figure of the great war. '
"Tho destruction of human life
In the ranks of labor," declares
Allien Thomna, director of the
liilornatinml Labor Bureau, "la
not leas appalling tbnn tho car
nage of war. While the League
of Nattong atrlvea to preserve
peace by ending the horrors of
the battlefield, tho Labor Rtironn
haa for Its. toak tlio securing of
pearo, safety and hipplness of
the worker."
By launching an International
convention on the subject, every
signatory nation will be obliged
to take common established niea-
SALESMAN SAM
HURRftrt!
SAM SOLO irlC
Just whem i wassoim'
6000, business flops!
not a salet'oav i
p2poo pearl.
MIGHT 3UST AS WELLHeuH
NECKLACE YrtTSR
DAY, 60OSTIU6
HlSSALES OPTO
rfSll.K -rVMD
LEAV)m&
BUT f88.8?
TO GO, IM FOUR
DAYS -THE rMOO
euti-TiAs
OfTeRGO HIMFOR
CaaruuiA TUc
GUi-z. cart
O GOODS
MEMT!
5,000 MARK ev
FRIPeXY,
Cooks ciice a
ciwch but
9
WASTTTNfJTON TIIBBS TT
wsllo', that WHL0-CA.T
GALLUP kit) BNCtf C,Mt4
AMD A TRViCK StvOKGD UP
"fo HIS REAR DOOR. GoSW!
1 WTNEWl Vo GfcT fW GOOPS
ON VV4A SOM 0AV, AM
HERE'S MS CHAUCE.
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''T'-' 'fl'sTrsis wf
KOIl ItKNT Kontiia In private
home, 222!) Wnntlaud, phon"
1122. 21-61'
FOR KENT llonma In private
I hoiti", 2229 Wantlund, phone
1122. 2.1-Cf
APAIITMICNTB FOR Kiy'T F.a-1
planadn Cottrta. f'-jll ni 1023 1
ilnlu Ht. or 1(09 Eaplanade. i
t'Wone 1007 or 7P4-W. 23-41 i
FOIl HENT llouaea; 2, 3 and,
4 rooma, furnlftliod; prlcea ;
right. C. Dick, 220 Main. fit. I
21-31 i
HENTKIIH Fnur now apartment '
ruttagca, furnfahod; juat com-;
pleted; near Ninth aireet on
Oak. Modern throughout. '
Oarage If delrcd. Item very
reaaonahle. One nf Iheee rot-;
tagea'la not yot rented. Oeli
In eloae on pavement during '
lh bad weather. Inquire Fred
D. Flotchur, 1 Loomla Bids.
I'hono 44. 21-41
Foil KENT Parnlnhed apart
menl. tit. Prancla Apartmenu.
638 Oak Ave. 21-41
FOIl KENT Front bedroom In
private home; furnace heat.
Phone 614-W. . 21-41
FOR KENT Furnlahed apart
mnt. Ht. Francla Apartmenta.
62s Oak avenue. 20-et
FOR RENT moras apace In
good warebouao. Martin Fruit
and Produce. 536 Sprlnr Kt.
20-61
FOIl KENT Small two-room
houiwa. 12.C0. Pbone S44-J.
.423 1'luin Ave 20-0t
FOIt KENT Furnished apart
ment, three rooms;, garage.
624 High St. 18-61
FOIl RENT Sleeping room; fur
nace heal. 110 month. 610
North 7th St. 17-6t
FOIl RENT One and two-room
apartment. $12 Oak 8U In
quire 06 Oak St. 17-et
FOR RENT Sleeping room;
furnace heat. 910 per month.
610 N. 7th St. 16-6t
FOR RENT New completely fur
nished apts. Steam heat. gar-;
age. Rex Arms, phone 1110.
D13-361
FOR RENT Nicely furnished
steam heated three-room apart
ment. Has prlviia halh. One
block from Main St. Corner
Cedar and Pine. Pbone 616.
D7-tf
FOR RENT Furnished apart
ments. 419 North 10th.
D6-J6
FOR RENT Flrst-c!aa furnish
ed apartment, steam heated.
McC a r t h y Apartments, 620
Pine. Phone 800. 014tf
sures, by means of cooperation
between the governments and in
dustrial employers, for the safety
of workmen and the prevention
of accidents. It Is estimated that
the total number of industrial
accidents throughout the world
can easily be reduced thus by 60
per cent.
What you no longer have use
for may ba just tbe thing another
I seeking The Klamath News
Classified Ads bring buyer and
cellars tiigntfiAr
TTlf
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this smpnenT
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WANTED At once, lady for gen
eral houaawork. Apply houar
No. 29, Alxoma.Ore. 22-3t
WANTED
WANTKD Ueutrul houaownrk:
relvrencea. I'hono 1C2. 23-3t
WANTED Raw fura at Prultft
Store. 2104 B. tb St. D12-26
WANTKD Sewing and remodel
ing work. Phone 66. Mre. Pry.
N27-2tt
LOST and FOUNP
FOUND Automobile, tiro. Own
er call 1216 at 12:00 a. m.
23-lt
STHAYED From ranch near
HUnv Bertram; five yearling
calves. . and .2 . Iwn-year-old
aleera. I'leno notify A. J.
Lylu. phoue 73-M. 22-21
nudy this year and would like
to have Mra. Dixon for a teach
er tbe rest of this year. I'd like
a new head tor my baby doll.
A sewing machine and a wrist
watch. I hope you have a nice
Christmas and all the boy and
girls are happy.
Esther Campbell,
1402 East Main. .
PLK.ISK FIX WATCH
, Dear Santa You can give
most of my presents to the needy
his year but I would like to
have you fix my watch. Santa did
some one already lnvlle you to
a Christmas program. 1 hope not
for 1 would like you to come to
the school program where I
live. If you come bring Mrs.
Santa with you. 1 wish you both
a Morry Christmas and a Happy
New Year. And please Santa if
you can bring your trusty reln
der I hope you' won't have an
accident like last year.
, Alice Fisher,
Morrill.
P. 8. I hope my Iett?r doesn't
come late. And if you have!, anv
dolls left when you come to my
place .would like to have one.
Hope you ran read this letter.
ITALIAN INDUSTRY
ADOPTS U. S. PLAN
OF WAGE PAYING
TURIN. Italy, Dec. 22. (UP)
The American system of paying
wages by check, hitherto unknown
In Italy, bas been introduced
here" In "two "of the biggest In
dustrial enterprises .In the city,
with a pay-roll between them of
60.000 persons.
Previous attempt had been
made to Introduce tbe system, but
failed owing to the workmen's
suspicion of Its validity.
Classified advertising Is' a
morning paper proposition al
ways. Use the News
Nothing
6FP1 !6m area i.moi.,.'
HARO X MAKE SAt F.uc'
( PR0B' LY 'RWrJIM HIS
HEALTH RAS6EP-SO0N0S
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Getting the Evidence
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(Kuulty Sn. 241X1)
xotick op hiikiiifk'h' hale
I'PON K.XKCITION
In the Circuit Court of the
State of Oregon, for Kalmath
County.
- (ieo. H. Llndley. plaintiff, vs.
Llllle Traloar Williams, C. W.
Williams, James Brennan, Loreuz
company, a corporation, Birt C.
Thomas, trustee, Bert C. Thomas
and Helen P. Thomas, ' defend
ants. Notice Is hereby given that by
virtue of an execution and order
of aale, Isaued out of the above
entitled court and cause on De
cember 20th, 1027, upon Judg
ment and decree entered of rec
ord In said court and ciuae. In
favor of the above named plain
tiff and against the defendanta
Llllle Treloar Williams and C. W.
Williams, directing the sale of
real property, hereinafter de-r-cribed.
to aatisfy the sums of
$81.00, together with Interest
thereon at the rate of eight pr
cent 8 per annum from Feb
ruary 1, 1927; for the further
sum of 1600.00, together with
luterest thereon at the rate of
ten per cent 110) per annum
from November 1, 1926, and for
the further sum of 4135.00 as
attorney's fees, and for costs and
disbursement In this suit taxed
at I and accruing tusta.
NOW, THEREFORE, by virtue
of aald writ I bar? duly levied
upon said real property and I
will, at two o'clock in the after
noon of tbe 21st day of Janu
OUR BOARDING
.e5AP -AlKleiS. yoU
5TOt?e- ITWIUL.
TtoR. sorAE.
"TO ASK ME HOW 1
I
GE-r powii a chlmmev PEsprfe
mv girth,- HEH' -
A TJHAPV AlSulER
QUESTION THE rJUvEeilLB MlUP
CAA
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Xtji-V f W MATTER W'THVft? 0'
1teA() R6.Vft coMirV RED PEPPER!
QCt WM WITH -7"
ary, 1922, at (he front door of
the Klamath County Court House,
in the City of Klamath Falls.
Oregon, sell at public auction, to
'the h'ghest bidder fnr cash tn
.hand, aubjeet to redemption, ' ne-1
, cording lo law, all oT the right, I
: title and Intereat of said defend-,
tants, and each of them, In and.
lo said premises, to-wlt: I
i The north half of Hie southeast
quarter, and tbe sou t beaut quar-
Ujr of the southeast quarter of i
.section 32, and the south half of j
the southwest quarter, the south'
half of tbe sontheast quarter and I
;the northeast quarter of aouth-1
'east quarter of aection 33, all in
.township 39 south, range 10 east
i of the Willamette meridian, I
I Klamath County, Oregon, con-!
itaining 320 arrea. or so much
I thereof as will be aufficlent to '.
(satisfy the amounts herein set
;out, and costs and disbursements
iand accruing coat.
Dated at Klamath Falls, Ore
gon, this December 20th. 1927.
I BURT E. HAWKINS.
I D 23,30 J 6.13,20- Sheriff.
I PLA.HK IV AIK AGAIX
MEDFORD. Ore., Dec. 22, (A.i
!P The airplane Air Eagle, en-
f route to Portland from Kansas
I City, Mo., lelt tbe local airport
llMs afternoon for Portland after
i being tranRported by auto truck
1 from Dunsmuir, Calif. The 9lane
I waa forced down near Dunsmuir
j by engine trouble. The plane was
In charge of Lieutenant Arthur
McKenxje. army reserve flyer.
for results use New CUa Ads.
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TO DRAW RECOHII CROWD
MIAMI. Fl.. Dec. 22. (CP)
Reservation for the 1028 Shrln
convention In Miami. May I, 3
and 3, nave thus tar equalled
the total attendance of the 1927
convention .'at Atlantic City and
other national gatheringa, accord
lug to Henry ft. Prldgcnj con
tention director and Imperial po
tentate of Mali I Temple, Idtaml.
Some of the temple have re
served a many a 400 jroom
while other have chartered
boat from New York, Boston.
Philadelphia and Galveston. As
signment of Individual temple
to their hotel was made by Di
rector Prldgen'a committee- tew
days ago.
Among the largest uniformed
groups will be that from Mono
ton, Texas. Frank C. Jonea, dep
uty Imperial potentate of that city
also will send at large delegation
as a special escort.. t!
The largest tar west group
will come from Islam Temple of
San Francisco. Medlnab Temple,
Urgent 8hrlne organisation In tbe
world will send a majority of It
24.000 member. Syria TemPle
of Pittsburgh and other of the
east also have made reservation
for thousands. '
iat tl
Old newspaper tor sale.
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