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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 4, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
TUESDAY, MAV -I, MKM
OUR CASH SAVING PLAN WILL GO INTO EFFECT
May 1 5, 1 920
Prices under our Cash Saving Plan
or Wholesale Price
2l Tomatoes, Puree, the can 14c
2 VI; Hokes Solid Pack, the can 19c
Meco Corn, the can 15c
Our Taste, extra special corn,
the can 25c
Sunkissed Corn, the can 19c
Sunkissed Catsup, pt 25c
Sunkissed Bartlett Pears, the can. .45c
Sunkissed Melba Peaches,
the can 41c
Sunkissed Yellow Clings, sliced, '
the can 41c
50 Pounds Anchor Flour $2.78
2' Tomatoes, Puree, the can 19c
2 'o Hokes Solid Pack, the can 24c
Meco Corn, the can 19c
Our Taste, extra special corn,
the can 30c
Sunkissed Corn, the can 24c e
Sunkissed Catsup, pt .-. 34c
Sunkissed Barlett Pears, the can..$7c
"Sunkissed Melba Peaches,
the can 51c f
Sunkissed'Yellow Clings, sliced, & $$.
the can :51cr-
50 Pounds Anchor Flour $3.20, "'
CALL AND MAKE APPLICATION OR SEND IN NOW AND
WE WILL HELP YOU CUT THE HIGH COST OF LIVING
Klamath Cash Grocery
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Itnllrond addition to Plum Htri-ot and
to build a prlvuto soptlc tank us u
temporary convenience until a sower
1h laid. Tlio neighborhood Ih build
ing up fast and dome 25 hquscB nre
not connected with the ttawor, Mr.
Humphrey said. Residents are desir
ous of laying content Hldcwulks and
.ho naked Hint tho grnilo bo .ustab
llBhed by. tho city engineer, which
I'avliiK Innpectoi-H. '
M. M. Ob"onchnin and M. W. Cose-
boom wore appointed Inspectors of
the paving which will bo laid this
Hummer, at, dally salaries of $7 each.
, Nuisance Ordinance
An ordinance defining as nuisances
tho washing of automobiles on any
public street or sidewalk, expector;.
;.tlng on the Htrect, strewing rags
or rubbish on uny public street or In
nny public building, throwing fruit
pcclB on the street, etc., was adopted.
The ordlnuncc very effectively blun
kets nil the common nuisances of'tho
typo aimed at.
Lorcnz Uros. wero granted a per
mit to build a one-Story farm annex
to their building on Sixth street, 30
by 75 feot area, estimated cost,
5,000. Other permits follew: John
Nichol, to remodel front of building
at 125 Sixth and build shed in rear;
C. E. Spies, building to houso plant
of the Concreto Pipe company, lots
15 a and b, block 3, Railroad addi
tion, building to be razed In three
mouths; It. Hosh, addition to houso
at 120 South Ninth street, $350;
Mrs. F. W. Sherman, bungalow on
Rivorsldo avenue, estimated cost,
$2,500; Mrs. P. Hollbrouuer, nadi-
,t,oi to hoiiBO on Conger avenue;
Dcerhead grill, corrugated Iron addi
tion in rear of restaurant, 10 by 20
feet, W. Shelby.
Mrs. Sndie Hurt was granted a per
mit to conduct a rooming house,
culled the Klamath rooming house,'
at 125 South Sixth street. '
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' flllj'' IVdeial ' lti-M.'io Kjstc:iuf of h filch tho Tlikt
Jv'iitlniwil, think Is a Member, btood out 'concliislvoly
dining I lu ', s the Kteafi'h't hIiisIo factor of finance.
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.' Not u tremor nor inltci- was felt., H.iiiUIiik ul-nt on as
Von ttay be mho then (bat .such a connection menus
much o our custoincv as oll us to tills - inst ttutloit.
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OREGON AGRICULTURAL COI
LEGE), Corvallis, May 4. Service
men, in'-nttendnnco here, numbering
more than 1000f nre well represent
ed in student activities. Nearly all
Important student offices aro held by
ex-servlco men and their scholastic
standing is considered high. '
William L. Tousch of Nyssa, pres
ident of the student assembly, train
ed ns a tlyer. J. H. Rcarden of Cor
vulls, captain of this year's varsity
football and baseball squads, John
C. Gray of Santa Rosa, Cnlif., third
vice-president of tho assembly and
several, others prominent In student
nffalrs, hold commissions as aviators.
Rornard Mainwarlng of Newberg,
editor of tho O. A. C. Barometer;
Warren Dalgh of Ontario, Calif.,
prcsldent-olect of next year's junior
class; Ransom Cook of Portland,
prosldont of tho freshman class;
Ivan Stewart of iCorvnllis, editor of
tho "Bcnvor Annual," and Lloyd
Cartor of Portland, chairman of the
grantor O. A. C. committco aro but
a fow of thd prominent students who
worov In tho service.
Nearly 900 men nro taking advan
tage of the state aid. Includod
among those nro most of tho 180
men who word physically disabled
during tho war, and who aro draw
ing fodor.il .rohabllittVion money.
This si proving a great holp to thorn
inprepnrlng for various vocations.
Some of '(hoso veterans, who have
not had a full high school oducation,
nro by moans of hard work, proving
thoniHolves capnblo of handling rog
plnr degroo work In engineering nnd
SEARCH SEA FLOOR
VANCOUVER, II. C May A. To
delve Into tho unknown depths of tho
sen off tho west const of Vancouver
Island nnd wrest. therefrom tho tica-
ures hidden for many years is thej
object of 8. Maddfson and his1 party
FOR SALE Real Estate
Yohi 'BALIi One house, with one
acre of land, In Dairy. Price $500.
of snlvuRcru who will begin opera-,ox iim&, (;ity. 3-6
tloos curly In May,
your living expenses? The Cash
Savings Plan will do It. Klamath
Cask Grocery. 30-5
can Oil & Gas Co.. of Medford.
Ore. Remember this, every dollar
fyou invest must be returned to you
oeiore tne organizers can get one red
cent of tbelr money back. Stock
1214c per share, minimum blocks of
loo shares, fully paid, non-assessa-
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money In higher education. "Their
great work of the last few1 years In
raising their standards will all tie
To btiy equipment, scientific ap
paratus and instruments, 'anil "to
build up the libraries and state mu
seums. Science cannot bo advanced.
without apparatus; students cannot
Btudy without tho up to dale refer
ence books in thcl'r branches; nor.
can tho scientific and historical rec
ords and material of the state be pre
served without suitable places.
To develop and promote research..
NOW is tho time to Invest in tho Vul-)1F 1T 1S a tralc 7a wanl' Phono 41
IOTS FOR SALE
Lots 13 and 14 In Rprnmt nHdltlnn
Klamath Falls; price $860 Address
Frank I. Pllnsky, Tillamook, Oregon.
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
TENTH TENTS TENTS
Just arrived. .1 hip shtnmon nf
Government, tpntn. nrntl tonta annaM
and round tents. Also a shipment of
Government kanki britches, O. D.
blankets, comforters and all kinds of
beddine. and a comnleta hlnrknmlth
outfit. Come eary and icet your
pick. Max WIess, 6th St., near
Ewauna box factory. 3
FOR SALE Piano in fine condition.
Cash ,or terms. Winters Jewelry
BARGAINS IN USED CARS
One Dodge roadster, Al condition.
One Ford truck. 1-ton canacity. 4-
speed transmission,, pneumatic tires,
line condition. Price $850.
One Reo, 5-passenger, good condl-
It is the duty of every state-to make l"0"; - . , tcrn ., meb
nu uiuucvancis, foau uuu fQilu.
its share of the annual contribution
One Ford delivery truck, all over-
to the sum of human knowledge, and ( hauled and' In gcod condition, $500.
to tho application of new ideas and! - 1'. Men 1I.LIASIK
methods to agriculture and industry.! 36 Main st., Phone 169.
Such a contribution from Oregon
cannot be made without proper provi
sion for research.
FOR SALE The Herald will place
your message In the" hands of over
To purchase additional lands for 9,000 readers every night for only
building expansion and for agrlcul-j five cenU a llne-
tural experiment work.
To improve and extend the exten
Storage Batteries Charged..H. Shldlei
slon service of the three schools to FOR SALE Oliver typewriter, used
the state at large. The training of
full time residence students is by no
means nil the work of the higher edu
cational Institutions. The agricul
tural college conducts winter short
courses that usually enroll about
2,000 persons; it has a summer'
school; it assists the federal govern
ment to flnanco field demonstration
schools which in 1919 were attended
by 13,000 students; it co-operates
with the slate in enforcing chemical
only three months. Inoulre at
C32 Oak street evenings or phone
366 during the day. 29-tf
FOR SALE: A double drawer Na
tional Cash register. Just like new
Rex Cafe. 12-tf
ANY INFORMATION to identify par
ty leaving city about Nov. 30th for
Omaha, Nebr., communicate phone
1S9; Important. 3-5"
i . . t i 11 ' J t. I LOTS A few gOOd lOtR In IlOt SplngS ,.,rt?t r vnn a .,,. or T
Last autumn Maddison made sub- addition A fpw left on Hhinnlne-. WOULD YOU SAVE 25 per cent on
marine cruises .along the crngB which i ton pavement but going fait. Lots
line tho coast of tho fsloifd and lotB between the depot and Mills
located four lareo wrecks bntM a ad,llllon' Prices right, terms 10 per
iocaie.1 rour largo wrecks bosses a cenl cagh( ,)a, 3(J payment8 Pnone
number of small ones. w. M. Montelius. 1303 Main st. 1-tf
Two tf the larger he Identified as
the Pass-of-Melford and the Valencia,
and one of the others ho thinks Ik the
long lost II. M. S. Condor which dis
appeared In 1903 and has not been
heard of since.
Some of the boats which met their;
fate on tho perllquB west coast car
ried cargoes which at tho time1 of
sinking did not rriako It worth while
salvaging, but under present day con
ditions it Is thought there Is freight
aboard the vessels' almost worth 'its
weight In golt. '
WHAT TAXPAYER WILL
GET FOR MILLAGE VOTE
Printing, Stationery and office
supplies. Pioneer Printing and Sta
tionery company. 126 Main St 9-tf
25 CENTS SAVj:.P on every dollar
you spend for groceries. The1 Cash
Savings Plan Will do it. Klamath
Cash Grocery. 30-5
HOUSE MOVINd and roofing; IS
years experience; prices' right;
work first-class. True & Falling,
Phone 322W; residence 1221 Pleas
ant Ave. 16-1 mo
PHONE PEYTON tor wood. 1ST
Electric Appliances H. Shldler
Will the party who removed steel
stone-boat from corner of . Second
and Pine please return it or advlsa
where I can get it. No questions ask
ed. Phone 306. . J-4
CITY GARBAGE When you want
garbage innoVid call b2J.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST A golden opportunity to sell
your home, your farm or anything
youwish to dispose of. If you do not
use' the classified columns of Tha
FOUND A chance to dispose of any
.of the Innumerable articles that
you have stored away-in your cellar,
attic or barn. Turn your waste Into
cash. There is always someone who
wants Just what you have for sale.
Find him through the classified
columns of this paper.
DON'T PUT THIS OFF Make ap
plication now. Cash Savings Plan.
Klamath Cash Grocery. 30-5
creating or ridge roll makes n first
class finish for a new house. Wo
make all the regular btylcs and sizes.
AT 1023 MAIN
L. N. HAINES
FOR RENT OR LEASE
Have pasture for about 100 'head
of cattle. George E. Furber,' Mid
land, uregon. 3-5
n i 1 trri 1 n ua It A nnn Anllltikoii 9r I
... wu ..., ,. uuco uu;ava mi iviprtv vtiimtonpn -.v, ....
Oregon citizens as far as its resources
permit; it sends specialists to help
solve farm .problems; It answered
35,000 letters from Oregon farmers
last year; it conducts educational ex
tension work through the press The
state university .ccnUucts summery
schools in both Eucene and Portland
It carries on about 50 extension'1
courses in Portland. It has more
tunnCOO students in correspondence
stti'dy. Thousands attend Its exten
sion lectures throughout the state.
If the college and tho universUy'in
fact, were to add to thetrtull time
campus enrollments at 5,100 the
great number who take summer
school, winter short course, dr ex
tension course work, their official
registration would be fully 10,000.
But not one of these manyessen-.
tlals can bo accomplished without the
concentrative effort of every Oregon
voter at tho prlls t)nrMay 21. It is
hoped thut every Oregon voter will
make R his duty to first; go to tha
polls an May 21 and spcond fote for
tho higher educnUonal tax act, dee
iguntqd as" 310 (X) yes.
for one. or two gentlemen.
10th St., or phone 288W.
FOR KENT Space In these columns
at five cents a line a day. A line
,hei Is lead by thousands every
night. - ' '
WANT to build railroad grading by
cgntracUlong experience. Write
to bop217.; 6-8
jWANTED iA nurse at once; phone
1BF13. - 3-6
A Herald 'Want Ad will sell it.
BuiTon calculatedtlmt, If "impair of'
herrings coitld bo l'oft to b'reed and
multlp'ly undisturbed for a period of
twenty years, they would yield an
nmount of flsli equnl In bulk to the
globo on which we live. !?''
WANTED By man, and wife posir;
tion -aB cook' and waitress in1 a
lumber camp. Inquire Hall Hotel..
.t . ' i . 3-5
WANTEDS men to work on ranch.'l
$75.00 and board. Apply -J. W.
Siemens, First .State & Savings-bank;
WANTEIP-A lady cook to do break
fast work; also man to peel vege
tables. and do-porter work. S hours.
$65,00 .' ro'om and board. WhUeJ
x;uui-uu tiuiui. d-ii
The annual meeting of the Klam
ath Cattle and Horse association has
been postponed to meet at Bonanza,
Ore., Saturday morning, May Sth, at
10:00 o'clock. '
28-tf W, C. Van Emon, Secretary.
Regular communications R. A.
chapter No. 35, Tuesday, May 4,
1920. Ten candidates. Visitors wel
come. By order E. H. P.
3-4 ,. J. E.. BRATTON.
MlLLEli'B AUTO LAUNDIW
Cars washed, greased and engines
cleanedi.f Phone 25W; Dunham's
garage.;,. '. 24-tf
A daily auto stage service is now
operating between Klamath Falls
and Bend.1 'Offices Rex cafe and Met
ropolitan' Hotel. C. I.jReckard.
t f-. , . . 27-tt
Practical Painting, Aluminuming ot
all Iron "fixtures, -Furniture Refinlsh
lng and general contracting...
;il. U. TUTJIIliIi, ,
013 Rose St.
WANTED All kinds of scrap iron,
, 'bones, .rags and nil kinds of metals.
Max Weiss, Cth St., near Ewauua box
fnctory. " 3
announces his candidacy for tho re
publican nqmlnation as sheriff of
Klamath county. If olectqd I, wl)l
always remember thpt I nm ,your sor
vaut, uot 'your master. Adv.
o. o. urowku
Republican cnndldnto tor nomination
District Attornoy, Klamnth countyr
Mny 21, N 1920. "Preservation- of
Rights; Prevontlon of Wrongs."
MIDDHE AGED man foV portor worlt.
experienced, permanent Job, pool
room, .wages $120 a. month. 617
Main street. -l-tf.'M
WANTED Woman - for .general
house work on ranch, short hours(
light work." Shnndhan'' Ranch, Bly,
Oregon. x , -.;2S-tf
ROBERT S.( FRY
'Gendrnr. Insurance itniostnicnts ,
'707 'WASHINGTON ST.
tf KlamaUi 'Falls, ?Ore.
SElili NURSERY STOCK Fqit US
Good territory open. Terms at
tractive. Write for contract and 'In
SALEM NURSERY COMPANY,
1030 ChenfotfetaSt., Salem, Ore.
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STORK "SINGS" rOPULAIt
Wantod Threo chamber maids at
tho White Pelican hotel. 28-tf
Storage Battorjes .... , H. Shldler
WANTED A message from you to
'thej roaders of -Tho" Herald, If you
Jiavo'hnvthlng for sale, for rent, lost
A Classified Ad will sell it.
INDIANAPOLIS, Mny 1.- Five,
hundred- employes of ''a local depart
ment stqro start each' day's workby
singing n half-dozon ormorepopular
songs. Community singing In tho
storo Is being done ''as a part ot our
offort td;mnke the day brighter for
tho working forces." it was doclarod.
A Classified Ad will soil it.
Chick Feed Has Arrived
FEED AND SEED
126 South Sixth St