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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 4, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
THUnSDAY, MARCH 4, 1020.
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FOR SALE Real Estate
FOK 8ALK 40 aero farm, near
town, on good road. Equipped for
dairying and poultry raising. Bomo
alfalfa, good potato land. Easy
term. Address II. Herald office.
EXCIIANOB FOIl ALFALFA LAND
16 acres, new bungalow, flno largo
uairy uarn ana as good land a In
Itoguo Hlver valley. 2A mllen from
Medford on Ross lane, electric lights
In house and ,barn, good water, silo
In barn. H. J. Ticknor, Langell Val-
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
, One Chevrolet, good order $400.
00, Inquire Bnrine Work H. RiTth
St., opposite O, K. Darn. 3-6
FOR SALE One Ford, good order.
FOR SALE Oakland flvo passenger
touring car. Good condition
Terms. Also small Bulck truck. In
quire 90C Main. 3-tf
FOR SALE: 2 sets taps and dies, one
A S. A. E. and one standard. Carl
Schubert, 230 Main. 3-4
FOR SALE 1 -aiobe-Wernecke oak
f file ca6c letter sfze 3 drawer,
vertlclo 4 compartments I'rlco
SGQ.00 Juit like new. J. II. Carnahan,
Loomls Building, Room 4. 3-tf
e Facts About Brunswicks
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icing a In attaining a tire worthy of the name of BrunsiWck we were
amino cunvinccu mat 11 aepenaea cnieny on policies ana stanaaras,
. ,,,. ,. ,' onjudlcesandknowledge.Brunswick
Standards are known therworld around.
For 74f years' the HouseoBriinswick
has made only products vof the highest,
grade, ' 4 x: i-f i
Every Brunswick product has at-1
tainedf. and held supremacy. The 'name '
always insures superlative yalues. To
build a mediocre tire would "be iin think-
i able for such a' concern, jealou&'ibf its-
1 i4n Unlimited mileage
Six million feet of yellow pine for
sale or party with saw mill to cut
same. Cood location, plenty of water
close to railroad on Schneider
ranch. Address P. O. Eos 503, Klam
ath Falls. 2J-4
CITyOARnAOE When you want
garbage rejnov-d call i2J.
T0CLB-LIliild,makcS old ro-
PHONE PEYTON tot wood. 187
nStlUP'k. stailb. and office
snppUes. Pioneer Printing and Sta
tionery compaar. lit Main St. 9-tf
LOST AND FOUND
LOST A golden opportunity to jsell
.your home, your farm or anything
you wish to dlsposo of, If you do not
use the classified columns of The
FOUND A chance to dispose of any
of the Innumerable articles that
you havo stored away In your cellar,
attic or barn. Turn your waste Into
cash. Thcro Is always someone who
wants Just what you have for sale.
Find him through the classified
columns of thlB paper.
WANTED Olrl for general house
work. Phone 343 ' , 3-tf
FOR SALE Used cars, 1917 Elgin
imperial Garage. 25-tf
FOR SALE A double drawer Na
tional Cash register. Just like new.
nex Cafe. 12-tf
F.OR SA'LE Leading makes, Phono-
graphs, Pianos, . Record. Earl
Shepherd, 507 Mala St.
FOR RENT OR LEASE
FOR RENT Space in these columns
if at fiye cents a line a day. A line
here is read by thousands every
All around steam and electric en
gineer wants Job in saw mill or plant
of ahy kind. Apt. 6, up stairs, Town-
send Apts, Gth and Pine.
WANTED A message from you to
the readers of The Herald, if you
have anything for sale, for-rent, lost
WANTED Maid and seamstress at
"White Pelican Hotel. 3-tf
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EXPERIENCED Capable married
man, no children, wishes work as
foreman on ranch or would accept
other work References Room 18,
Washington Hotel. 3-4
FOR RENT Inside office. Room 214
TUIUItti TIMtr Qoo TV f. Van
Emon, Atty., First National ' Bank J Cabinet na,kersTt
Plaining Mill hands of all kinds.
Carpenter for bene ft work .and outside.
Sash and door men
FOR RENT 2 large furnished
rooms f6r housekeeping, 1313
Main. Phone 471. Sfirtf
XalcesidV I.tuaber Co.
Klwnnth Avenae'aad Center SC
A HmM'Vaat Ad win Mil It.
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Lncile Danson Is quite sick. 'A
doctor was called Wednesday morn-
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i-Mrs". .'Folson' is nursing ,at? Jim
Stewa.rt8, where several members of
the family are sick with influenza. J
.Mrs. Allen Is recovering from a
baa.attflck of pneumonia.
Scott Tompson and Grandma
Cheyn'e .are on the sick lis this
'-Toisf Watters. recently purchased
one hundred and sixty acres of the
old" Best p'lace. "T
The Mt. -Laki school re-opened
Monday morning, after tg closed
for two wcks on account' of in
fluenza. Herb Lester and If. d! Morrison
made'a' trip fd?KaBSAtb..Falls Satur-
day to purchase sulphur 'for their
ZZffjg ' T "" RUBBCB ' FACTOniCS OK N V ' -
The Brunswck "idea Ts to'
give all that is possible,' all tfiat
anyone can give all that any
factory cost can buy.
The -result is a tire that is
winning friends the' nation,
over. In The Brunswick mo
torists expect the utmost
and get it. Never has a tire
had greater appeal to the man
who appreciates real merit.
Try. one Brunswick. See i
you agree with others that
here is more for your money.
One Brunswick, we are cer
tain," will convince- you that
you'll never be 'satisfied until
you have,--! BrriswjcJsv
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