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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 25, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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HARPST & WHEELER, Prop
A good cooking fiiel
easy to handle
Pearl Oil, the Standard Oil Company's kero
ene, is a most convenient and economical fuel.
Gives all the convenience of gas without the
dust and dirt of coal or wood.
With a good oil cookstove you will cook in
comfort all year 'round. Bakes, broils, roasts,
toasts economically. Lights at the touch of a
match. No waiting for fires to come up. no un
necessary work, no waste. Concentrates a steady
heat on the cooking leaving the kitchen cool and
Pearl Oil is refined and re-refined by our spe
cial process which removes the impurities. It is
Pearl Oil is for sale in bulk by dealers every
where. It is the same high-quality kerosene as
the Pearl Oil sold in five-gallon cans. There is a
saving by buying in bulk. Order by name
We recommend Areu- Perfection
and Puritan Oil Cookstoves
HEAT AND LIGHT
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YOUR ELECTRIC SWEEPER
WW be with you nearly as Ioiik as your !u.t, , ,tH,f)
and .should bo purchased with the same am a- ( -m.
Standard oil company
R. A. WINZLER, Special Agent
acre Principal crops ulll include
alfalfa fruits and berries. !
. KINZLER NEW JUDGE,
PORTLAND. June 21 Southern
Oregon, through the co-operation of
th commercial clubs of Grants Pass.
Med ford and Ashland, is preparing
to make a nation lde adrertlstnc
campaign exploiting the climatic and
scenic beauties of Southern Oregon
The first work of the campaign will
begin in about ten las. says F S
Bramwell, ice president of the State
Chamber of Commerce and head of
the Commercial Club of Grants Pass
who is in Portland at present.
"For manj years people from vari
ous parts of the country have lsited
the southern part of the state, and
they always come, back," said Mr.
Bramwell "Many times we hae
been questioned by our visitors why
more Information If not obtainable
about this part of the state.
"Our first advertisements will be
Bent to the newspapers soon and we
are arranging for a series of posters
and pamphlets on Southern Oregon "
-Mr Bramwell reports that the
Grants Pass irrigation district, work
on which was started some time ago.
will be opened in two weeks. This
district embraces STOO acres, of
which C000 will be imm-diatel put
All bonds hate been sol; for the
Orants Pass district and a major
part of the land has been sold at
prices ranging from J73 to $4 00 an
SAI,EM June 23 Governor Ol
cott today appointed Jacob Knnzler.
Judge of the newly created court of
domestic relntlons at Portland, foil- j
owing the rendering of an opinion byj
the attorney general Brown that th
act creating the court Is largely un-1
constitutional The object In announ- I
eing the oppointment at once Is to
get the law before the courts for an '
FOOD RIOTS PREVAIL I
OVER IN GERMANY
BERLIN. June 23 The Police
and soldiers who Intervened In the
food riots in the Berlin suburbs to
day exchanged shots with mob of
men and women A number of shops
were plundered The reports from!
Mannheim say that eleven persons
were killed and 37 wounded In riot-'
ing Sunday. I
IBERRIF-S BRING HIGH
PRICES IN MARION
SALEM. June 23 The Fort Log- (
anberry growers, who control more
than 200 acres of berries Today an
nounced the sale of their Joint crop
to the Drager Fruit Company at S
cents per pound The growers are
planning to make their pool a per
L'st vour nrnperty with us Wo
hustle to find the buyer when th)
nrfre Is rlcht Call at our office at!
B-J.l Main St , or Phone GC Chllcotol
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This is the new mileage adjustment you get with
23 MAIN ST.
Reclaim That Tule Land
One seaons crop u ill pay the cot. Let us make ou
a price for reclamnmr your tule land. The cost will
be so low it will .surprise you.
Reasonable terms can be arranged.
Land taken in jtort payment.
SAWMILL ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION
Phone 149-J K. D. Building
Will be a source of satisfaction through tin u, . t
come. No need to apologize either on aconi- . .
pearance or performance.
Free Dcmonatrntion Any Time.
Link River Electric Co.
The Herald telli you today's new today not tomorrow.
CHANDLER SIX $(79 5
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The New Series
THE Chandler Dispatch, for a year past, has outsold all other cars of
the sport type. The Chandler factory has been unable to build this
car in quantities which could fill the demand. Its popularity is one of
the high spots in motordom.
And now comes the new series Dispatch a snappy, handsome car.
Thousands of alert Americans, who appreciate Chandler quality, wel
come the new Dispatch. You, too, will be delighted with ir if yon
wish a really good car, with style in design and beauty in finish and
unexcelled in its ability to perform.
The new series Chandler Dispatch is handsomely upholstered in
bright finish hand buffed leather. It seats four passengers in the ulti
mate degree of comfort. Its finish is in the beautiful new Chandler
Rainbow Blue, richly lustrous.
You are asked to pax much more for cars which might
perhaps be compared with the Chandler. And cheap
cars sell for but little less.
Early Orders "Will Be Given Early Delivery
SIX SPLENDID BODY TYPES
Sevetf Passenger Touring Car, $1795 Four-Passenger Roadster, $1795
Four-Passenger Dispatch Car, SI875
ConvtrtibU Sedan, $2695 Convertible Coupe, $2595 Limousin, $3095.
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420 Klamath Ave.
CHANDLER MOTOR CAR COMPANY, CLEVELAND, OHIO
Egg Mash, Growing Mash, Fattening Mash
To Your Chickens
Murphey's Feed & Seed Store
126 South Sixth St
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