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WEDNESDAY, AI'IUIj SS, 10JO
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
The Evening Herald
E. J. M U It It A Y
Published dally, except Sunday, liy
The Herald Publishing Company ot
Klamath Falls, nl 115 Fourth Street.
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served. WEDNESDAY, AIMUIj 2, 1W20
WILEY AND THE SENATE
-The following very complimentary
mention of W. S. Wiley appeared In
the Portland Telegram of tho 24th.
It-Is a source of much gratification to
Mr. Wiley's friends to see him thus
praised by one of tho leading papors
ot the state and to know that his
worth Is recognized beyond tho con
floes of the district he will represent.
Jay Upton, erstwhilo political war
horse from Multnomah county, is
headed again for the legislative cor
ral. He is to come in this time from
the Prlneville range where, as it
appears, he has been rusticating for
'a period, so far as political activities
In this particular campaign Jay
Upton seeks to mill about In the sen
atorial circle, and in view of his for
,mer;performances as a machine poli
'tlclan he doubtless responds to the
signals flashed along tbo state line
for the old warhorses to again get
There la' no necessity for Jay
Upton In the senate so long as there
are capable and untrammeled men to
choose. Jay knows all tho rules of
the, came as he learned to play here
in Multnomah county, and he doubt
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FIRST CLASS AUTOMOBILE WORK
THE KIND THAT STAYS FIXED
EXIDE BATTERY STATION.
THERE IS NO BETTER BATTERY
MADE THAN THE EXIDE.
P mmh'jfjt-ttJj jnj.ll II liMM II M1IH 1
wEsMWSM mUT W "OH
H N THE
V It Go
less anticipates it wln-ln-n-walk out
thore In the sagebrush country, lint
we ilgurc that clean capability nud
independence count for as much
among the people of Crook, Des
chutes, Jefferson, Klamath and Lake
counties as they do in this neck of
the woods whore tho metropolis of
tho state happens to bo located. Per
Imp they count for more. At any
inlt u man of that ory typo Is
available us an opponent to Jay
I'pton In tho seventeenth senatorial
district, and his name is Wilson S.
As a primary qunlttlcatlon, Mr.
1 Wiley has during a number of years
acquired an experience which makes
him In n lnrge sonso a man of af
fairs. His associations and connec
tions have led him Into and kept him
in tho larger view of constructive
activities, and his work during n
great part of his professional career
In Oregon has marked htm as a
practical man who has had nothing
to do with professional politics. Ho
ia a candldato for the senate nt the
present time because friends nnd fel-
low citizens in his district recognize
in him the prime quality ot service
The men wo need In the legisla
ture nro men of boad view, varied
and practical experience, with a rec
ord of achievement outside ot oillce
seeking and ofllco holding. Men of
that kind aro not to bo influenced or
controlled by tho ringleaders nnd tho
manipulators. They aro men who
stand on their own feet and who will
servo tho state as n mater of con
viction. The Telegram expressed the hope
that tho voters of tho seventeenth
senatorial district will help make
tho next legislature a body composed
of precisely such men. In tho candi
dacy of Mr. Wilson S. Wiley tho
opportunity Is theirs.
WINE GRAPES AT $40
SACRAMENTO, Cal., April 28.
Wine grapes In this section are being
contracted for at as high as $40 a
ton for tho 1920 crop. But none -will
be used in wine-making. The great
er part will go toward manufactur
ing the beverage that Bill Bryan
made famous, whilo thousands of
pounds will bo dried.
23 Main St
FIVE POUND CAN
A thoroughly equipped institution
affording unexcelled facilities for tho
scientific treatment by hospital moth
ods of medical, surgical and obstet
Tho now nnd modern fireproof build
ing contains private rooms tor bod
and ambulatory cases, completely
equipped examination and troattnont
rooms. Roentgen Ray, clinical and
WARREN HUNT, M. D.
L. L. TRUAX, M. D.
GEO. A. MASSEY. M. D.
FOURTH AND PINE ST3.,
KLAMATH FALLS, ORE.
Jay Gould has hold tho court ton
nts championship for 14 years, and
apparently there Is no playor In sight
capablo of reliovlng him ot tho tltlo.
Tho Princeton track team has boon
coming along at a rapid pace, with F.
L. Murray '22 and Allen Swodo '22
tho premier point-winners for tho
To prevent over-sleeping, and thus
risking tho loss of their employment,
tho mull carriers of Morocco rosort
to n unlquo and perilous scheme.
They tie a string to ono foot, and, as
they know how long a yard or two
will burn, thoy regulato tho Iongth
of tho string by tho tlmo they have
to sloop. They light tho string,
which burns slewly: nnd, whon tho
flro comes to their foot, thoy are
painfully reminded that It Is tlmo to
In Franco the doctor's claim on
the estnto of a deceased patient has
precedence of all others.
ATTENTION: FARMERS, CON
TRACTORS AND TRUCK U8ERS.
Unltod Motors Service Company la
offering for salo direct to the users,
the United Motor Trucks In 1, 2,
3 and G ton sizes and 6 ton tract
ors. Big discount, save the agent's
commission; For prices and dis
counts, wrlto Thomas Randies, care
United Motors Service Company, 26
North ICth St., Portland. Oregon, tf
NOTICE INVITING PROPOSALS
TO PURCHASE SEWER.' BONDS
Sealed bids will be received by the
Common Council of the City of
Klamath Falls, Oregon, until Mon
day, the 10th day ot May, 1920, at
the hour of 8 o'clock p. m. ot said
day, at tho City Hall In tho City ot
Klamath Fals, Oregon, at which
time and place proposals to purchase
will bo opened and considered, for
tne purchase of $50,735.00 City of
Klamath Falls General Obligation
bonds, payable 20 years from date ot
Issue, bearing a rate of Interest not
to exceed 6 per.cont per annum. In
terest payable semi-annually, princi
pal and interest payable at the Ore
gon Fiscal Agency In New York,
stato of New York, or at the office of
the Treasurer ot said City as deter
mined by tho purchaser and the
Common Council. Theso bonds are
to bo Issued In denominations of one
Ihnllannfl ilnlln.o tlnnt AA a..u
and to be numbered from one (1) to
fifty-one (51) Inclusive.
Said bonds are to be Issued In pur
suance of Ordinance No. 498 of the
City ot Klamath Falls, Oregon.
Said bonds aro to bo lssuod for the
purpose of Installation of a Sewer
System In the territory known as
Mills Addition of said city, In accord
ance with the plans, specifications
and estimates of tho City Engineer
on file in tho office of the Police
Judge of said city. Each proposal
to purchase said bonds must be ac
companied by a check of 6 per cent
of the amount ot proposal, certified
by Home responsible bank payable to
mo city or maraath Falls. Pronosal
must bo sealed and endorsed (pro
posals to purcnaso sowed bonds.)
Said bonds are to be sold for cash
paid down at date of delivery. The
Common Council of said city to re-
servo tne rignt to reject any and all
proposals to purchase said bonds.
Dated at Klamath Falls, Ore.,
April 8, 1920.
Signed, A. L. LEAVITT.
Apr. 8-May 8.
A Classified Ad will sell it.
MILLER'S AUTO LAUNDRY
Cars washed, greased and engines
cloaned. Phono 25W, Dunham's
I wish to announce that I have
openod an ofllco to do a general Real
Kstato business and am located at
C20 Main St., one door east of the
Liberty Theatro, and would be pleas
ed to show you farm land and city
property. T, B. Watters. 26-tf.
SELL NURSERY STOCK FOR US
Good territory open. Terms at
tractive. Wrlto for contract and in
SALEM NURSERY COMPANY,
1030 Chemeketa St., Salem, Ore.
Y IN 1 920
NEW YORK, Apr. 28. Atr events
planned for 1920 promise to utako It
a big aviation sport year, according
to tho American Flying Club. Tho
II rat event ot Importance will bo tho
Hying Hold day of tho luorcolleglato
Flying Association at Mluoola Flold,
(N. Y.) May 7. Eleven colleges nud
unlvurstttos will bo represented In a
varied program of flying stunts,
which will bo concluded with a cross
country flight. In this race ench will
botpormItod to enter two airplanes
and a cup will bo awarded to the
winner. Tho start will bo made at
Mtnooln Flold, whore the rnco also
will ond after a circuit that prob
ably will includo Philadelphia and
Arrangements also aro being made
by tho club for a seaplane race
around Long Island. This probably
will bo hold early In tho summer.
The club Is co-operating with tho
training and operations group ot tho
Unltod Statos Atr Sorvlco In planning
for a trans-continental air raco be
tween Now York and Alaska, a dis
tance of 4,870 miles. In tho tentn
tlvo plans tho courso Is mapped out
from Mlnoola across United Statos
territory to Mlnot, N. D crossing to
Saskatchewan, Can., nnd across tho
Dominion to Fort Egbort on the
Alaska border. In Alaska tho rjuto
runs to Clrclo, Fort Yukon. Fair
banks by way of Fort dlbbon.
thenco to Nulato and Nome. Com
pulsory stops at an ararago ot each
1C0 miles will bo arranged.
Flying ovents of a sporting nature
will not bo confined, however, to tho
United States in 1920. In Franco a
flying moot is scheduled to bo hold at
Juvlsy, near Paris, May 22 and 23.
Tho British aircraft exhibition will
bo held at London In July. In addi
tion tho British government has of
fered several millions !r. pounds ob
prizes for various alrplano sporting
events to he held during the your.
The Cape to Cairo route Is blng
blazed. Between the two points tho
distance by rail, steamship or ground
transport Is approximately 6,223
miles. The aerial line la about 6,200
The rowing season of the Columbia
University crow will be started with
a race with Yale over tho Housatonlc
courso thfa week.
Philadelphia's Dlroctor of Public
Safety will be assisted by a commit
tea of flvo in governing tho boxing
gamo In tho Quaker city.
French boxing fans aro keon for n
bout between Joff Smith and Ooorgos
Carpentlor. Joff's clevor work In hi
recent fights has made a hit In Parle.
Now that the Fore Rlvor soccer
toam has disposed of Us Now York
and Brooklyn rivals the next team to
bo tackled by tho Qulncy shipbuild
ers will be the Bon Millers of St.
Seattle Alan Warn Ablo to Re Up In
Three Weeks After) Taking Tan
la; Gains Twenty Pound.
"I was In bed for six months with
stomach troublo and rhoumatlsm
and Tanlac alone deserves tho credit
for my recovery," said George Orc-
goire, popular longshoreman, of
2718 3rd avenue, Seattle, Wash. 'I
have gained twenty pounds and feel
like I was never sick a day In my
life," ho continued.
"My trouble started a year ago.
My appetite left me and what I fore
ed myself to eat would causo a so
vere pain in my atomach and short
ness ot breathe. Meats were alrao't
like pohion to my system; I got as
weak as a kitten and the rhouma
tlsm laid hold of me so bad I could
hardly drag myself about.) My kid
neys seemed to give way, too, and
ray back hurt so I couldn't stoop ov
er. My head ached like It would
split and I would get so dizzy I had
to hold to something to keep from
falling. I lost sleep and weight and
was completely down and out.
"Tanlac helped mo so much that I
was out of bed In three weeks and
now I am like a different man. All
my troubles are entirely gone, I am
back' at work oyery day and do my
work so easily I surprise the men
who work with me. I never felt hot
ter in my life and I give Tanlac all
the credit for my splendid health."
Tanlac is, sold In Klamath Falls by
the Star Drug Co., In Lorella by the
James Merc. Co., and In Merrill by
the Southern Oregon Drug Co, Adr.
IS N BED
If the Wood Dealer
noil fill lent: v.e
Wnll, huiiikinc !' "" ''"r M m-iiIiv lnoteml of uooil, ho
would lend to )our fiiitiiifo mill "Ui- rnngo, mho """) tho iiIii'h
nntl flfiin the flucN. Von would till) w inmli lif-nl.
Now you buy m initili lltflit, nlllmuuli jnu pay iiitw-iIIiik to tho
current jou imtNtiiiie. Hut Che t.crilv - perioi iimmI for )ou by tliN
company at the mibilntloiix mill power plant".
Tlmt I what wo want to give )nu efficient Mrilro. It U tlm
aim of tliN company Co lime jioiio but NiilNflril I'lintoiiit'i-N. No
mat tor what It In, If jou Imio n jirletnnrv, or mv ilUxntMlril about
jour bill or do not umlcrtjiml our mien, plraio (onto In mill mv
us or wrlto u about it.
If you luiio any Miuuc-llon to make, we will gladly imilt our
when or them as our iilm In rmtiintl) to liiipt-o our xo.nko Co
jou iih runt iw tho deiolopmoiit of mii'iife and human ability penult.
SACRAMENTO, Cal.,, April 28.
A large portion ot tho Suttor Uasln
tract north of Sacramento will bo
planted to cantaloupes this your, and
It the vonturo proves a huccohs, thu
Sacramento valloy will bocomo ono
ot tho nation's groat cantaloupo sec
tions. A SAFE TEST
For thoso who oro In need of a
remedy for kidney troubles nnd back
ache, it is a good plan to try Donn's
iviunoy i'liiH. Tnoy aro strongly,
recommended by Klamath Fnlls neo-
plo. Ask your neighbor! I
Mrs. Joff Wilson, 1402 Oregon
Avo Klumath Falls, says: "Douii'h
KIdnoy Pills aro u family romody In'
our homo and whenovor an occasion '
calls for a kldnoy romody Doun'oi
nover full to do tho work. I huvol
been taking Doan's for u long tlmu
for I huve beon moro or loss subject)
to backacho and kldnoy troublo for'
several years. At times I have hucIiI
terrible pains through my kidneys
that I con hardly go. My kidneys act!
irrogularly and I fool mlserablo all I
ovor. I usod Doan's Kidney PJIIb and!
am botherod vorv little with linoirnri,,.
or kidney troublo now. Doan's huvo
oeon a great benefit to mo." fflnitn..
mont given March 13, 1910).
On March 10, 1920, Mrs. Wilson
said: "I gladly ropoat ull I suld in
favor of Doan's Kldnoy Pills for I
know thoro Ih nothing bettor for
kidney complaint. I uso Doan's ut
times to keop my kidneys In good
60c, at all doalors. Fostor-Milhurn
Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
COMMENCING MAY 1, 1920
A DIRECT AUTO STAGE LINE
connecting with stage line for Alturas, Adin, Fall
River and McArthur, also with S. P. railroad and
auto lines at Susanville for Reno and Westwood
Stages will leave from City Transfer Office on Mon-
day, Wednesday and Friday at 8 a. m.
btages will arrive Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
CITY TRANSFER CO., Agents
m'H write'1. Tlmt mimiiU mill
OIIHEU Rill I'l.OWEHH
In purnini If at all poHHlhle.
A visit hero will show how
thoioitKhly o uro prepared
to moot any floral need from
flowers fur tint table to the
due ration of tlm largom
cli u roll for fount, fusllval or
wi'ddlug Our cut flowom
are reciilvmt fresh every day.
You will rind your favorlto
hern at nil tlmoH In tho per
tectloii of its bounty. Mod
erate prices aro thu Invurl
MILS. L. MOOHK
Domestic and Imported
Now on Display.
Perfect Fit Guaranteed
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518 Main Street
ADVERTISE FOR WHAT
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