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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 13, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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Here's the way
we look at it
Just for a minute, look ut the tire proposition from our
j. land point.
We are in the tire business here, to stay. Wo can remuin
in I umucss only so lony as we please our customers.
Consctjueutly, it pays us to handle yfood tires United
They're the tires we sell.
They're the tires you should use.
We have them to meet every need of price or use
United States Tires
m Good Tires
We Know that United States Tires Are GOOD Tires. That's Why We Sell Them!
Southern Oregon Auto Co.
KLAMATH FALLS MUSIC HOUSE
Representing the Old and Well Known
Music House of
SRermanJMay & Go.
Of San Francisco
Steinway, Weber and Other Pianos; -Aeolian Pipe
Organs, Pianola Pianos; Player Music
EVERYTHING IN MUSIC COME AND SEE
J. G. RAMER
Geo. A. Wirtz
733 Main St.
20 MILES TO
TELL OF TANLAC
MISS MCKKXZIK CAINS TWKXTV.
FIVE FOUNDS ON TAKING TAX'
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are Unit ttit public will Ik rumpi'Ilml
to ri'cuni'lli) Itni'lf tn tlm probability
thnt tlio old pri'-witr prUvit may imvur
aKnlii tut roaclit'il
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country nntl iom.' of ilu bent rrono
mlc tlioiiclitit ii r (i In linn with Din
theory (living a Mimm.iry of roiull
tlon. (ifiiriti' M Iti'Miolil prt'ililrtit
( of tin- ConiliiDtitiil niul I'oniniiirt'ittl
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"ThiTi" Ii umt point iilmiit whloh
thi-ro koi'im to inn to ho coimliliiriihli
iiilnctmci'pilon Hint I the qui'ntlon
of roiiniioillty prli-i'ii. t nilotitiii'illy
ninny of lho.su who have ili-lnyril pur
cli.mi-.i ami coitatrurllon work hnve
nctnl upon tlii theory that thr
' would he ii niplil recension In prices
ThU HiMMim to me to he n fallacy
I'rlccn nro much hUhor all oor Hid
world than ever before I'rodtirtlon
'has not kept pneo with coimiiiiipilou.
uiiil labor In belnic paid more today
than at any previous time In nil his
tory. o fur iih my knowledge rocs
( Money Ik abundant not only hero, but
In Kuropc and South America. The
standard of living has been raised no
that our requirements now tiro far
ahead of what thny were In former
I yearn All this supports the theory
that any price recesilonH that occur,
except In Individual Industries due to
' special cause, will be Krndtlftl, nnd
that tho 191-1 level will not be reach
ed In many yonrs, If over"
FOR SERVICE AND QUALITY
The only Meat Market in the city operating its
own Cold Storage system.
Cold Storage in handling Meats means that
Meats can be handled in all seasons of the year with
the same degree of safety. That we are able to hold
all Meats until the natural heat has left; that our
coolers are free from flies.
Our government demands that all Meats han
dled under government inspection must be held in
If you are looking for quality you will find the
answer at the Palace -Market.
KLAMATH PACKING CO.
524 Main Street Phone 68
' "I have Rained twenty-five pounds
I on Tanlac and would willingly walk I
twenty miles to tell any sufferer how
much It has helped me," mild Miss
Adela A. McKenzle, 2G Sixth Ave.,
Houth, Nashville, Tenn
"I suffered from attacks of nervous
prostration for eighteen months," she
continued, "I had no appetite and
after eating anything my stomach
would burn terribly, I would feel hot
all over, my pulse would Bccm to stop
nnd then I would turn cold nnd numb.
I was bo nervous that I couldn't keep
still and became, so weak I could
hardly get around.
"Ily tho tlmo I had finished my
second bottle of Tanlac my appetite
had returned and my troubles began
to leavo me, that numb feeling dis
appeared, the burning sensation pass.
ed away and now I can eat anything
I want. All my nervousness Is gone, I
sleep like a child, and my health Is
now fully restored."
Tanlac Is sold in Klamath Falls by
The Star Drug Co., and In Lorclla by
the James Merc. Co.
6-room house on pavement, $1250,
terms. Paving assessments paid.
50-foot lot on pavement $200,
80-foot lot on pavement $250,
Lot In industrial addition near fac
tory and depot, $100 and up.
Lots In Hot Springs Addition, $325
and up. The only restricted resi
dence district is Klamath Falls,
All on terms -o salt the purchaser.
Hen W. M. Monteriu
THE KLAMATH DEVELOPMENT
1303 Main Street.
HOSE ( 1TV WINS OVEIt NEW Oil
LEAVS TOIt THE NINETEEN
TWHNTV AXXl'Ali CONVEV-TIOX,
INDIANAl'OMS, Juno Port
land was today sulucted ovor New Or
leans as the city fit which will bo held
the next convention of tiiu Shrluers.
Tho victory was a hard won one,
and the ;el nates from tho Itese City
are jubilant ovor the surrow of their
IIANKINU ItKSOUHCKH (J HOW.
(1 row th of business of banking In
stitutions of the state of Oregon Is
shown by figures compiled by Will
H. Dennett, state superintendent of
banks, the report showing Oregon
to havo had 88 national banks and
176 state banks on May 12 of this
year. The total, 264, Is one In excess
of the 191 Stotal, and two more than
the 1917 total.
The report shows that Portland's
23 banks and tf rust companies on tho
date In question had resources of
$163,321,310, or 05 per cent of the
state total. Deposits were $140,299,
968 or more than 57 per cent of the
state total. Loans and discounts
amounted to $78,061,262, or 53 per
cent of all bank's In the state.
This csliibltohniont has niistul th.
.standard of Meat Quality in tliU
community, because wo have used
every proper endeavor to attain
success as tho leading Meat Market
in Klamath Kalis.
534 Mnin St,
YOUR ELECTRIC SWEEPER
Will be with you nearly as long as your htm . . '",
and should bo purchased with the .same care at .. . .
Si JrC&KZ&Z 'V
Will be a source of satisfaction through the y .u to
come. No need to apologize either on account --f ap
pearance or performance.
Free Demonstration Any Time.
Link River Electric Co.
Another Raise in
But DIAMOND TIRES at the new price,
with the absolute guaiantee of adjust
ment, will more than make up the
'( Sold Only by
Diamond Tire & Vulcanizing
FROM PAY ENVELOPE TO
. SAVINGS ACCOUNT
THAT'S tho profitable trail for your earnings to travel
When payday comes 'roundmako it the, occasion lor
a visit to tho big, strong First National Bank, wo pay
a very liberal rato of Interest on Havings Doposlts -ami
such an Account may bo opened for uny amount from
$1,00 and up.
Tlio IIuslncKS Building Ilaak"
K. It, Itcwmts, rrasMsart.
Ij. K. WIUeM, VlC.Prsldt.
Itwlle liogers, Oastder.
A. M, Collier, Aast: OasMer.
John M. Moore, Ass. Casta!.
First National BXnk
FOR CHICKS AND CHICKENS
CHICKEN FEED. ALL SIZES GRIT. OYSTER
SHELL. SCRATCH FEED. CRACKED CORN.
EGG MASH. CHARCOAL. BONE, AND LICE
Murphey's Feed & Seed Store
126 South Sixth St
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