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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
SATURDAY,. MAT.), IMS
TUB PICK OF THIS VH7TV11K8
A NKW ONH KVKIIY DAY
H. W. I'OOLK, Owner HAItltY 110UKL, Musical Director
A Clever Little Comedy-Drama (
"WIVES AND OTHER WIVES." J
SUNDAY ONLY J
WILLIAM FARNUM $
AIwu)n dti (ln Liberty urogram HuiiiImjn tin wiui't ho tllNiiipolnfcl
, . ('iiiilliiiioiiN mImiw Holiday kIiii-I Iiivc tit 1:110 III.
t'oinc In tiny tlini- unit niv tho entire program
About five o'clock Is a good t lino to bom the show mh tint housn Is
uuvnr crowded lit thin hour This Ih u suggestion for IIiohu
who Were disappointed lust Sunday
MATINKK KVKIIY DAY
The Rex Cafe
Special Sunday Dinner
Turkuy dumbo, Louisiana
flaked Red Snapper. Court limilllon
Potatoes An Karl
KrlciiHiuMi of Chlcki'ii, With L'gg Needles
Creumed Luhslor Putties, Murlnur Stylo
Roust Klumulh Tom Turkey, Oystor Drvbslng
Mashed New Potutomi, Ri-x Style
Tliuliulu of Rice-
Hot Mlncii I'Ih I'lniuippln HhurlMC
Itullun CuHturd, llauiiuu tinucu
VENICE, Apr. 12. (By Mall).
Now that thu wur Is ovor and Vonlcu
has, recovered from tho nlghtmaro
of having hur wealth of art destroyed
by ahull fire or worsu still, looted by
soldlerH, one by ono her trousuroH
from underground collars or dlNtant
galleries are being returned to their
Ono of hur most ad nil rod posses
sions, howevor, THIhu's "Assumption
o(tho Virgin," which la counted
among the ho vim great niatitorplccoH
In tho world, the prldu of thu Vene
We Have Bought Two
No Service With Either
We deliver the La Crosse to vou at our expense
fat price quoted. We include extra shares so you
won't have to stop the rig,to get shares sharpened.
ia iic vvnc v;u uinc uiic bci, w
lowing. r t;
J If you have trouble with your machine, which you
are not likely to do, call us up and we will come to
your assistance promptly, chaminer 50c an hour for
the time and 10c a mile for the distance. And
We'll know what to do when we get. there.-?
l'ln Money Plcklus
tian Academy of FJnu Arts, hi i:i boon
returned, not to tho gallery, but to
Uh original homo In tho choir of tbi
boautlful gothlc Church of th Krarl,
for which It was painted by T Uian In
Tho magnificent frame of carved
marble which wuh origlnall; r 'built
around It now shows off thu i iloirlous
plcturo to udvantago and tho. V ono
tlans uro delighted that It sin juld be
restored to the position wh uro. iUs
donorK and tho groat genius w hoooiu
posed It Intended It to remain,.
THE USE OP theso columni iwlir
mako money for you.
Our Own Use
uie anup wmie you go on
NEXT III TO BE
DECIDED IN AIR
NEW VOItK, May 1 Thu first
hattlu of the next war will bo fought
In tho air, llrlgadlor General William
Mitchell, rlilcT or the division of
training unit operations, army ulr
service, declared In a statement here
today, In which he visualized a clocl
Hlvo aerial cnnfllct. The hattlu, ho
added, would nlso bu thu last ono
of the war becausu the losing nation
would ho hulplcHS anil tumble to con
tinue hostilities after Its air fleut hiia
The ulr service chief predicted that
aviation will "completely drive" huge
battle cruisers, hiittleslilpH and other
surface shlpa off the water In the
next conflict. "A great ulr force can
render surface craft Incapable of op
erating ami stop debarkations from
ships and attacks on shore istubllsh
meiits," he mild.
llrlgadler General Mitchell In his
vlsuall.iitlon or tho great ulr struggle
of the future described vividly the
part ho believes giant gun-bearing
buttle planes, bombers, rigid dirig
ible balloons and armored aircraft or
various designs will play In the next
With the beginning of wnr ho pic
tures a huge rioet or dirigible bal
loons soaring high uhovo tho ocean
and, from nests on the tops of theso,
.tiny airplanes are launched, locate
ttho enemy fleet and return with the
information. Thu chlur air officer,
working in coin act with tho army
attd navy, sends his ulr force against
TLo Amorlcnn fighting planes drive
from iho sky the unoiny pursuit and
combat planes launched from the
decks of eiiumy bnttleshlps.
"Then comes the main attack by
our air forces against the hostile
rivet," says Couarnl Mitchell. "The
battleplanes uro In Biiuudrons of 25
uud four of these constitute an at
tack group. Circling over tho enemy
fleet they maintain a heavy fire, de
stroying personnel and nutl-ulrcraft
"With thu gun-bearliig planes or
Immediately behind them are the
bombers, huge air freighters carrying
projectiles welKlilJuCi.u'' '" ono ,0"
anil depth bombs for effect against
submarines. Water torpedoes con
trolled by wireless from the planes
crash Into the sides of the hostile
vessels sinking the smaller ones and
damaging the larger.
"DarkneFS comes and when visibil
ity from tho ships has become potr,
huge rigid dirlgiblo balloons carry
ing bombs of enormous weight Join
the attack, their projectiles crashing
through the heaviest armor of tho
"As tho navy comes up to complete
iliu work done by tho aerial forces
tho battle Is over. Tho enemy, driven
from tho air and with most of Its
ships either sunk or out of action,
ournuidorn. The battle has been tho
first and is nlso the last of the war.
Tho ienomy cannot land his forces."
A Classified Ad will sell It.
FOR A SLOGAN
The Sturges Tire and Rub
ber Company offers $500 in
cash for' the best slogan or
trade device, advertising the
Sturges Tire Sole.
Ten words are tho limit of
the slogan, but brevity will
count with the judges.
The contest runs for seven
weeks, closing at midnight,
May 30. No communications
received after that hour will
Anybody can enter.
The slogan or trade device
must express tersely the su
periority of Sturges Tire
Sole over Retreading, which
was tried and found want
ing. Mail your answers to
Sturges Tire & Rubber Com
pany, Oakland, California.
That's the factory.
For particulars inquire at
the Klamath Rubber &
NOTICE INVITING PROPOSALS
TO j'l'KCIIAHK HKWKIt BONDS
I Scaled bids will bo rocolvod by tbo
Common Council of tho City of
Klniunlli Fulls, Oregon, until Mon-
Iday, tho 10th day of May, 1920, at
tho hour of 8 o clock p. m. of said
day, nt thu City Hall In tho City of
Klamath Fnls, Oregon, at which
time and plate proposals to purchaso
will bo opened and considered, for
the purchase of !r0,73ri.OO City of
Klamnth Kails -General Obligation
bonds, paynble 20 years from dato of
Issue, bearing a rate of Interest not
to exceed fl per cent per annum, In
terest payable semi-annually, princi
pal and Interest pnyablo at tho Ore
gon Fiscal Agency In Now York,
state of New York, or at tho office of
tho Treasurer of salt! City as deter
mined by the purchaser and tho
Common Council. Theso bonds are
to bo Issued In denominations ot ono
thousand dollars ($1000.00) each,
and to bo numbered from ono (1) to
llfty-one (fil) Inclusive
Hald bonds aro to be Issued In pur
suance or Ordinance No. 408 of tho
City or Klamath Falls, Oregon.
Hald bonds aro to bo Issued for tho
piirposn of Installation of a Sower
Systom In tho territory known ns
Mills Addition of said city, In accord
ant with the plans, specifications
and estimates of tho City Engineer
on lllo In the ofuco of tho Pollco
Judgo of said city. ICach proposal
to purchase said bonds must bo ac
companied by a check of 5 per cont
of the amount of proposal, certllled
by somu responsible bank payablo to
the city of Klamnth Falls. Proposal
must he scaled and endorsed ( pro
posals to purchase Hewed bonds.)
Hald bonds aro to bo sold for cash
paid down nt dnto of dollvory. The
Common Council ot said city to re
serve tho right to reject any nnd all
proposals to purchase said bonds.
Dated at Klamath Falls, Ore.,
April 8, 1020.
Signed, A. h. LKAVITT.
In some parts of Scotland tho flsh-
orinen ery frequently call them
selves by their wives' surname. Thus
James Smith marries Mary Green.
He signs himself, oven In business
affairs, "James Smith Oreen."
LANDS! LANDS I
Tim inllnwlnir lands, inostlv graz
ing in character, are otrered for
...ib en i.i ni low nrlce. Private
ownership or gruzing lands has he
come a necessity. With proper cure
the native grasses soon rmum uuu
rinnrluli ?lnrl frnill this list BUCll
lands as adjoin you. or that you can
use You can buy thorn tor nine
more than the cost or nomesieauiiiu.
S". of NEH und E ot SE ot
Sv;e 10-40-12 13. W. M.
NV",; NE',4 of NEVi. SVj of
NKi of Sec 10-40-12 E. W. M.
KV- of SWU of Sec-20, E'. of
NWH of Sec. 29, ull In 19 S II. 8
E W. M.
Lots 3 and 7 of Sec. 12 (except .i0
ft. off the north sldo of said Let 7)
nnd Lot 1 of See. 13-38-S E. W. M.
KM, of NEU of Sec. 7, Wfe of
NWU of Sec. 8-39-11 E. W. M.
SWVi of SE',4 or Sec. 27; NWU
or NE"i or Sec. 3 4-38-9 E. W. M.
NW4 of Sec. 17-3 6-1 r E. AV. M.
NWVi of Sec. 19. 3G-15 E. W. M.
SWi of Sec. 1G, 41 S. 13 E.
W'u, of NEV and SEU of NEVi
of Sec" 1C-40-9 E. W. M.
SE'4 of SWtt of S.-c. 20; N't of
NW'i and NWU of NE'4 of Sec.
29. all In 40-S.
SEU"of tho NWU. N14 of tho
SWU of Sec. 3. 38-13 E. W. M.
W'. of tho SEU of Sec. 19-40-8
E. M. (land only) NVi of the
NEU of Sec. 30-40-8 E. W. M.
SWU or tho NEU, Sec. 34-38-10
E. W. M.
NWU I NEU or NEU. and S or
NEU of Sec. 16-40-12 K. W. M.
NWU of NWU of See. 10-41-12
E. W. M.
NWU ol Sec. 1C-40-13 E. W. M.
SEU or tho NWU and lots 1 and
2. Sec. 1S-40-13 K. W. M.
S. or NVi or Sec. 21-33-S E.
NWU of SWU of Sec. 21-38-9
E. W. M.
SEU of Soc. 27-3 G-l 5 E. W. M.
For Information see or write the
undersigned. DO IT NOW!
CIIILCOTE & SMITH,
27-1 Klamath Falls, Oregon.
Practical Paintlii.T. Alumlnuming or
i all Iron ritures, Furnlturo Hofinish-
ing aim geuerui coiiiriuniig.
ir. c. tutiiiiaj
OKI Itoso St.
SEIJi NUHSKUY STOCK FOR. US
Good territory open. Terras at
tractive. Write for contract and in
SALKM NUHSKUY COMPANY,
1030 Chomelceta St., Salem, Oro.
' '. , ,, JOHN VAKNKIili
nnnouncos his candidacy for the re
publican nomination ns sheriff ot
Klamnth county. If elected I will
always romembor that I nm your sor
vunt, not your master. Adv.
( ?. liltOWKK
Republican candidate for nomination
District Attorney, Klamnth county,
May 21, 1920. 'Presorvntton of
lllirhts: Prevention of Wrongs."
FOR SALE Real Estate
FOIt SAI.I2- 4-room plastered house
on paved street, stone foundation,
has two bed rooms, bath, toilet, link,
lots or built In features. Only $2000.
FOR BAMS- Hunch of 130 acres
with good Improvements. 4-room
plastered house, good cellar, barn
granary, 2 good wells, all under Irri
gation except about r acres, all fenc
ed, deep soil, no alkali, good drain
age, fii' acres In alfalfa, CO acres
plowed und harrowed. On daily auto
stage Hue. $00 per acre.
.1. T. WAItU & CO.,
1 2C North 7th Street.
TO TUAIJE 1 now C-passcnger Mai-
bohm uutomobllu to trade for light
truck. See F. M. Oarlch. 27-tf
FOIt HA I.IC Desirable lots close In.
Also some of the best ranch land
In tho valley.
T. II. WATTKBS,
Heal Kstate, C20 Main, phono 170M.
NOW is the time to Invest In tho Vul
can Oil & das Co., or Medford,
Ore. Kemember this, every dollar
you liiveql must be returned to you
before the organizers can get ono red
cent of their money back. Stock
12 c per share, minimum blocks of
100 shares, fully paid, non-assessable.
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
IF YOU AUK CONTEMPLATING In
stalling a loose leaf ledger call and
see tho famous Nuller Flexlpost line
at Pioneer Printing nnd Stationery
compuny. 12C Main St., or phono
22W and wo will be glad to send our
loose tear expert. 30-3
FOR SALE Piano in fine condition.
Cash or terms. Winters Jewelry
BICYCLE FOR SALE Vera Den
nett, 138 Vine street, Mils add.
FOR SALE 75 cots and pads, quilts,
blankets, pillows and cases. Per
kins Furniture house.
FOR SALE Good team of driving
or work horses, harness and hack,
$1G0. This weok they will be nt tho
old Turner saw mill; after this week
they will be at Merrill. W. A. Tur
SPECIAL PRICES on cots and pads
owing to freight delay, had to dupli
cate and novo come by express, con
sequently am overstocked. Perkins
FOR SALE One Shire stallion, six
years old. Several head of young
work horses. Inquire of Enterprise
Ranch, or phono 253J. 12-tf
FOR SALE Complete hydraulic
well boring machine with engine.
Price reasonable. Address Lola
Otey, Dorrls, Cal. 27-3
FOR SALE The Herald will place
your message In the hands of over
9,000 readers every night for only
five cents a lino.
HAVE YOU made that application?
Cash Savings Plan) Klamath Cash
FOR SALE Chevroletto 5-pnssen-
ger, good condition, $400 no
more, no less, Inquire operator
Star Theatre 30-3
Storage. Batteries Charged..H. Shldler
IF YOU use It In tho homo try Per
kins beforo you send away. He
probably has it or knows where you
can get It locally.
FOR SALR Oliver typewriter, used
only thrco months. Inquire at
632 Oak street evenings or phone
2GG during the day. 29-tt
FOR SALE A double drawer No
tlonal Cash register. Just like new.
Rex Cafo. 12-tf
FOR SALEi GO tons ryo hay, J1G.00
por ton. Hngelsteln Ranch, Ala
gomn, Ore. 29-3
FOR SALE Studebaker Six, 7-pas-
sengor, just overhauled, rebored
and now pistons and rings, now ring
gear and ulnlon, now starter, now
generator, now top and paint last
fall, C Federal cord tiros, one brand
new. Price SllfiO.00: somo terms,
See Newt, nt the Mecca, or phone
FOR RENT OR LEASE
FOR RENT Two furnished roomB
for desirable parties, W. A. Del
zell, 1185 Crescent Avo. 30-1"
FOR RENT Space In those columns
at flvo cents a lino a day. A line
hoi Is road by thousands every
WANTED Good clean rags at Pio
neer Printing and Stationery Co.,
126 Main. 9c per pound. 30-1
WANTED Woman for general
house work on ranch, short hours,
light work. Shauahan Ranch, Bly,
i Tl il i n" i iMgi
Wanted Three chamber malda.at
tho White Pelican nptel. '.-?-
A reliable, capable young, jhvlj
wants employment In office or'ttMr.
For further Information and rwWJtt
mendatlon call C. F. Trlmbltv"917
Pine St., phone 475 or 374. S7-tf
Storage Batteries II. Shldiw
WANTED A message from yoaVto
tho readers of The Herald, .Hfyou
have anything for sals, for renfj.loat
WOULD YOU SAVE 25 per cent on
your living expenses? The' Caaft
Havings Plan will do It. Klamath
Cash Grocery. 30-5
Electric Wiring H. SskUa
IF IT IR a trade you want, pboM-jtl.
PUT IN A COT and make that apar
room pay. Complete outfit lor
$25. Perkins Furniture house.
Printing. Stationary and oftlcfe
supplies. Pioneer Printing anj-8t
tlonery company. 120 Mala. St ' f-tl
25 CENTS SAVED on every 'doMar ,
you spend for groceries. Tna-Casa!
Savings Plan will do it. Klaaaata
Cash Grocery. 80-6
HOUSE MOVING and roofing; 16
years experience; prices - riant;
work first-class. True ft FalUftf,
Phono 322W; residence 1221'PU-.
ant Ave. lf-lao
PHONE PEYTON top wood. '17.
Electric Appliances ....
CITY GARBAGE Wbn yon mat
garbage rnnovid call bZJ.
LOST AND FOUNP
FOUND Ladles -gold watcb, tnlUsl
on case. Call at Herald omtf'pBd-
LOST Yesterday, bill book
ing $25 and other papers. UMTM
reward paid. Return to BrMasa
burg's Dry Goods Store. ?!
LOST A golden opportunity ta M4i
your home, your farm or anytaJag
you wish to dispose of, if you dmot
uso the classified columns olijlaa
FOUND A chance to dispose Of'say.
of the innumerable articles jtaat
you have stored away In your clltr,
attic or barn. Turn your wast. I lata
cash. There Is alwayssdmeoailwte
wants just what you have for ''sale.
Find him through the clasatOM
columns of this paper. '' r
$10.00 REWARD' .
Strayed from ranch , of Loaia
Schmitz. 3 miles east of KlanUth.
Falls, 2 bay mares, 4 sad 6 years
old, weight about 900. Smallest (oaa
has reached mane; other one J aad
shoes on. Branded lazy R on stile.
Deliver to O. K. Barn. J. W'Moor
DON'T PUT THIS OFF Maktap-
pllcatlon now. Cash SavlngajPiaxu
Klamath Cash Grocery. 5;-5
cresting or ridge roll makes aj firsts
class finish for m new housN',W-
make all the regular styles anal
AT 1023 MAIN
L. N. HAINES
The annual meeting of the Ktaa
ath Cattle and Horse as8ociatloaas'
been postponed to meet at Bdnaacst
Ore., Saturday morning. May 8tk;t
28-tf W. C. Van Emon, Secretary.
NOTICETO DOG OWNEltfcilV
In conformance with the prOTjs
lons of the city ordinance prorluaa;'.
that a license ot $1.50 be pald'oa
male dogs and $3.00 on female tags;
all dog owners within the incorpor
ated limits of Klamath FallUM'
hereby notlflod that such llceas; , to'
due and payable Immediately; aad
that steps will be taken at oaefor
the Impounding' of all unllosaaed'
dogs and their destruction according
to the provisions ot the ordtnaaWt
Dog owners are asked to caUat.
the police department and pay 'tfcrli
censo foe. ""
The ordinance will be strictly &
forced. Parties having dogs ,oa
which they do not' care to pay'.all
cense are asked to bring tuv,la-'
They will be disposed of. T:
H. S. WILSON,
30-3 Chief of Fjf.
MILLKR'S AUTO LAUNDW.
v ' K -
Cars washed, greased and eaMaa
cleaned. Phone 25W, DuoMta'a
Klamath-Bend Auto SfNg
A dally auto Btage service iaifcoir'
operating between KlamatbMUs
and Bend. Offices Rex cafe and, Met
ropolitan Hotel. C, I, Reckarfiv
J 14 JLj U
126 Soutk Sixth Si