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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
It J AJ ii KlWll I iisiiiiiifl
I 610 Main Street
If the Wood Dealer
nut i'll lutreut; no
Well, MiM the vwmmI denier mild wrvlro InntenU of wood, lie
would lend to nur fin nmo mill iur rung)', take avva) thu tudica
mid rlonu thu flues. Vou would liny much nt.
Now tin buy no miii-li light, although uu p according to thn
current J on loimuuiiu Hut tlm m-ivUm U performed fur )uu by UiU
lompniiy nt Iho HiilmtutloiKi und powur phiuU.
Thnt In nluit vv vtnnt to glvo )ou efficient Hcrvltu. It In the
aim of till ioiiiiuii) to Imvn noun but NnUnftt-d runtoiuern. No
mutter vvlmt It In, If you have it gritminu), or are riUNut lulled about
)our bill or do not untlei-Miuid our iute, plttcse tomo In and mm
us or vvrllo iin iilHiut It.
If J on hiivu iiuy MlggCHtloiis to make, we will gladly aall our
rlvo of Ilium ii our ulm 1 untAtitl to Improvo our nonvlio to
)ou as fal tuMlie development of science and huuiau ability permit.
FOR OIL HEATERS)
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Thu Durmesu mllu, which Is equal
to two English miles, Is descrlbod by
a word moaning "to Hit" being the
dUtanco that u man walks before ho
considers It necessary to sit down.
S. b fr
WHEN THE DESSERT IS REACHED
at the end of a dinner here, the diners always have
that feeling of complete satisfaction that comes with
a perfect meal, flawless service and attractive ap
pointments. If you haven't yet taken dinner here
you have much to learn about the pleasures of the
m'II Mirvlt-o. Tim I iouud odd
AMKKICAN HANK IN H. A.
BUENOS AIRES, April G, (Hy.
Mall). The American Foreign'
Bunking corporation, thu fouithj
American flnuticlal liiHtltutlou to es
tablish it branch In lluunus Aires, has
opened offices hero.
A beautiful American heiress with
a fortunn of n.oro than a million dol
lars Is said to have crossed the At
lantic with the Intention of captur
ing Georges Curpentler at. u husband,
but sbo was powerless against tho be
witching bluo eyes, natural charms
and accomplishments of Georgette
KIsaBsor, tho Ilttlo Fronch girl who
bucamo tho brldo of tho famous pug-
NOW ENROUTE SHOULD REACH US IN
ABOUT TEN DAYS. THESE ARE ALL SOLD.
ANOTHER CAR LOAD DUE ABOUT TEN DAYS
LATER. IF YOU WANT A BUICK GET YOUR
ORDER IN EARLY.
The Jewel Cafe jj
M1LFORD HAVEN, Wules, April
15, (Hy Mall). Mnjor II. J. I
Thomas, by purchasing thin huuhIiIu
ruHort ut miction for $1,250,000, be
comes thu pOHHI'HROr Of 1,000 llOUHUB,
three manors, a cnstlo, a mansion
house und tlm right to receive murket
tollu from thu port of Mllfonl.
HELP GIVEN BY
O. A. C. TO THE
In graln-ralslng. dalnlng, horticul
ture, stuckralulng, poultry, produc
tion, and other branches of agricul
Saved Oregon more than
has ever cost
from its very beginning In Oregon.
Tho Collogo has reduced cost of pro
duction, Improved quality of product,
and helped keep down the posts of
farm, garden, orchard and field.
Like the State University
and the Normal
It has helped bring school, huslnrru,
and home into vital contutt, and has
helped demonstrate that
Higher Education is of
direct help to the
Hut higher education in Oieguu l
cilpph'tl by great Inn eases in itttt'iiil
aiHf, by iNtk of buildings, b the fall-i-ii
buvliiK Mer of tho present mill
ago NUppoit, and by tho failure of t lit
mlllnge Nitpport to gio.
You are respectfully urge'd to vote
for the uew mlllagu support bill on
May 21, the Hlghor lMucjtlonul re
Paid advertisement Insetted by Colin
Dyment in behalf of the Joint Alumni
Ilellet Committee for Higher Kiln ca
tion In Oregon, G14 Plttock Ulock,
NELSON, U C, May 5. Denying
that British Coluuiblu lumber manu
fwturtrrs uru In any way favorliiK
United States buyer over Canadian
ones, and characterizing an absurd
tint allegation that United States
mills urn holding back thnlr own
product to liooHt prlcoH and buying
up tlio available Canadian supply, I.
R. Poole, secretary of tho Mountain
Lumber Manufacturers' association,
stilted that recent dispatches from
Ottawa und Winnipeg suggesting the
possibility of a lumber embargo to
prevent further lumber exports to
the United States, was misleading.
INDIANAPOLIS, May 5. Jesso
Phillips, Indianapolis negro, Is tho
father of 3!) children, he said when
applying for a soldier's license to
nniiounci8 his candidacy for the re
publican nomination as sheriff of
Klnmnth county. If elected I will
always remombor that I am your ser
vant, not your master. auv.
C. C. HKOWKR
Itopubllcun candidate for nomination
District Attorney, Klamath county.
May 21, 1920. "Preservation of
nights, Pnivontlon of Wrongs."
Plcnt) of Tlicm in Klamath Falls,
mill finod ltfHMin for It.
Wouldn't uny woman bo happy.
After years of backache suffering,
l)u)s of misery .night of unrest.
Tim distress of urinary troubles.
When she finds freedom.
Many readers will profit by the fol
lowing Mrs II W. Grimes, 441 9th St..
Klamath Falls, says: "I can recom
mend Doan's Kidney Pills as a reli
nblo remedy for I have used thom
with benefit. My kidneys were weak
and I had severe backaches and a
soreness over my kidneys. Morn
ings I felt dall and languid and my
kldueiH didn't act right. Doan's
Kidney Pills were Just the remedy to
coirect the trouble They relieved
tho backache and all signs of kidney
Price GOr, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for u kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mrs Urlmi hwd. Foster-Mllburn
Co , Jlfrs , Buffalo, N. Y.
DON'T IM'T THIS OFF Make ap
plication now. Cash Savings Plan.
Klamath Cush Grocery. 30-5
DOKS IT PAY TO ADVKHTISF.?
'We'll say It does"
Klamnth Rubber & Leather Co.
Guaranteed vulcanizing, tube, ro
nlrs, Sturgos' tiro soles. Cut the H.
C. I.. und get good honest work, at
reasonable prices. 1120 Main St.,
Klamath Falls. 4-5
cresting or ildge loll makes n first
class finish for u new house. AVe
maku all the tegular stjles and sizes.
AT 1023 MAIN
L. N. HAINES
The annual mooting of the Klam
ath Cattle and Horso association has
been postponed to meet at Bonanza,
Ore., Saturday morning, May ath, at
10:00 o'clock. '
28-tf W. C. Van Emon, Secretary.
MILLKH'S AUTO LAUNDRY
Cats washed, greased and engines
cleaned. Phone 25W, Dunham's
Klamath-Bcncl Auto Stage
A dally auto stage service Is now
operating between Klamath Falls
und Bend. OIllcos Rex cafo and Mot
lopolltan Hotol. C. I. Reckard.
Practical Painting, Alumiuumlng of
all Iron fixtures, Furniture Reflnlsh-
ing and general contracting,
II. V. TUTHILIj
1)13 Rose St.
SELL NURSERY STOCK FOR US
Good territory openV Terms at
I tractive. Writo for contract and In
formation Immediately. ,
SALEM NURSERY COMPANY,
1030 Chomeketa St., Salem, Ore.
ROBERT S. FRY
General Insninneo Investments
707 WASHINGTON ST.
Klnmnth Falls, Ore.
HEWS CLASSIFIED C
FOR SALE Real Estate
HOUSES AM) I-OTH
If you want one of these houses or
IoIm, iH-ttiT buy It toilay.
'I lirce-room nlilnglrd houso with
big lot, nt HOO; terniM.
New and modern four room plast
ered Iioiiko nicely lornteil on prnct
iiiunt, In k1 condition, at thu low
price of 8r0O;tcnns.
Modern live room plastered house
nicely located on pavement, nt $2730
on very eay terms.
Dandy live-room plastered house
vvlth stone basement, plenty of built
In work, big lot, only tvvo block
from .Main Ht at SIOOO; terms.
flood elglit-room plastered hous
on big rorner lot, stone foundation,
only tvvo blocks from Main St., good
nclglitmrhood and line view. Price
f.'ood six-room house with bath, big
lot, shade trees, close In, at a bar
gain price of 91000; terms.
Three lots in Second Addition, on
corner, at SUBO, on cosy terms.
fiood lot In Knlrriew Addition, at
$.i()0, on easy terms.
Tvvo lots r.OxHI) ft. IoM in excellent
locution at $800 cash.
Corner lot on Crescent Ave., 50x
178 ft., at $000, on easy terms.
Corner lot In Hot Springs, BOxlftO
ft., at ."(), an easy terms.
Corner lot 7JixMO on pavement, on
ly one block from Main at n bargain
orlcfl of 81000. ..Fine location for
Main 8t. lot 2.1x150 ft., at the low
price of $1230, on easy terms.
Dig level lots in Mills and Harrow
Addition, at 8150 and up, on terms
of $25 down and $10 a month. Lib
erty bonds taken at par on Mills Ad
dition lots. Just the place to put up
a, tent If yott can't find a place to live.
C'HII.COTE & 8SIITH,
03.1 Main Phono 00
M)It HAIA-: ItHAIi ITATK
Dandy 120 acre ranch, only 10
miles from Klamath Falls, on dally
auto stage line. C5 acres alfalfa, 50
acres plowed; no better soil in the
valley. 115 acre3 irrigated, 2 good
wells, 4-room plastered house, barn
and double granary. Better hurry
because the price Is only $90 an acre
7-room house, close in, on paved
street, 3 rooms newly furnished com-
Dlete: 2 baths. 2 toilets, 2 sinks, 2
lavatories, fireplace, garage and
wood shed. This is a fine proposition
for soma one who wants a home with
a good Income. Price only $4400;
J. T. WARD & CO.,
125 North 7th Street.
FOR SALE' Ono house, with one
acre of land. In Dairy. Price $350.
Rex 1045, City. 3-6
LOTS A few good lots In Hot Splngs
addition. A few left on Shipping
ton pavement but going fast. Lota
of lots between the depot and Mills
addition. Prices right, terms 10 per
ant dnah linl flfi nnvmontQ l'hnnii
W. M. Montoli'us, 1303 Main st. 1-tf1
NOW is the time to invest in tho Vul
can Oil & Gas Co., of Medford,
Ore. Remember this, every dollar
you invest must be returned to you
before the organizers can got ono red
cent of their money back. Stock
12V&c per share, minimum blocks of
100 shares, fully paid, non-assessable.
LOTS FOR SALK
Lots 13 and 14 In Second addition
Klamath Falls; price $800 Address
Frank I. Pllnsky, Tillamook, Oregon.
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
FOR SALE Househould furniture
and Ford car. 826 Mt. Whitney
St. Ask for Duko at Jewel cafe. 4-6
CLARINET FOR SATiR
One B flat low pitch Conn Boehm
system Clarinet, with caso, music
lyre, swab, cleaner, and about 18
new reeds. Used two months only.
Harold V. Wygant, 1015 Rose St.
ALFALFA FOR SALE G 5 tons, 9
miles from Klamath Falls. By ton
or stack; price right. For particu
lars address D. J. Puckett, 4-6
Just arrived, a big shipment of
Government tents, wall tents, square
and round tents. Also a shipment of
Government kahkl britches, O. D
blankets, comforters and all kinds of
bedding, and a complete blacksmith
outfit. Come early and get your
pick. Max WIess, 6th St., near
Ewauna box factory. 3
FOR SALE Upright Piano, good
condition. Mrs, J. II. Hamilton,
cor. 9th and Jefferson. 4-10
FOR SALE Piano in fine condition.
Cash or terms. Winters Jewelry
Storage Batteries Charged..!!. Shldler
FOR SALE Oliver typewriter, used
only three months. Inquire at
632 Oak street evenings or phono
366 during the day. 29-tt
FOR SALE A double drawer No
tlona.1 Cash register. Just like new,
Rex Cafe. 12-tf
FOtl SALE The He'rail wlll'ce
your message Jij.thS kaoda Ql.tmt
9,000 readers every night for,tJ
five cents a line. J
HAROAINH IN USED CAM
One Dodge roadster, Al condition,
I97R. ., ,
Ono Ford truck,, 1-ton capacity, i4
speed transmission sneumitlc tlrM,
fine condition. Price, $860. ,
One Heo, 6-passengr, good, condi
tion, $400. ,i ,
Two 8tudebakeM,;$8B0 and SiO.
One Ford delivery truck, all over
hauled and In good condition flOO.
C. Ii. McWn.1.IAM
36 Main st., Phone 169.
FOR RENT OR LEASE
gentleman. -Furnished room
1149 Fins St.
Have pasture for anout 100 kead
of cattle. George E. Furber, Mid
land, Oregon. 9-S
NICELY FURNISHED' room for rant
for one or two gentlemen. '317 N.
10th at., or phone 288W. 1
FOR RENT Space Itfthes colMMU
at five cents a llnrf.a day'AtHM
hei Is read by thousands - 91V7.
night. . ' , '
ANY INFORMATIONS IdftatUy if-
ty leaving city about Nov.,30tkvar
Omaha, Nebr., conuOunlcate'plosni
159; Important. -S-6
WOULD YOU SAVEfs25 per cent pa.
your living expanses? The fmk
Savings Plan will do It. Klssiath
Cash Grocery. J9-&
IF IT IS a trade you want, ptions? 41.
Printing. Statidniiar "and
supplies. Pioneer Printing mad
tlonery company. 116 Mala St.
25 CENTS SAVED on every-1
you spend for groceries. The
Savings Plan will do It. Klsnatfa
Cash Grocery. 35
HOUSE MOVING1 and roofing; t
years experience;, prices rials);
work first-class. c True tc FalUssj,
Phone 322W; residence 1221.Pla
ant Ave. K-laao
PHONE PEYTON tor wood. Tfii
CITY GARBAGE When you
garbage tt-movid call bSJ
WANTED A pre'sser and buiael-
mun. D. and M. Cleaning, Btn
and Main. 4-tt
work on ranch.
WANT to build railroad grading by
contract, long experience. Writ
to box 217. A -
WANTED A nursa it once; p'honel
15F13. fc,M, ,s-e-
WANTED By man and wifa.josi-:
tion as cook and waitress U m
lumber camp. Inquire Hall Hotel.
WANTED 2 men to' work on ranch.
$75.00 and board.. Apply" J.'W.
Siemens, First State ft Savings bank.
WANTED A lady cdok to do break
fast werk: also Man to peel vege
tables and do porter work, 8 nwrs.
$65.00 , room and board, www,
WANTED All kind
ttnnQD n era an ri nil
Inds of metais.
Max Weiss, 6tn Stl, rilar Ewauna box i
factory. . '
MIDDLE AQED man for porter work.
experienced, permanent Job, pool
WANTED Wot-an for general
house work on ranch, short hours.
light work. Shanahan Ranch, Bly.
Oregon. v ' -t - tt-U.
the White Pelcai hotel,
Storage Batteries ,.'.-, .. H.'Saldlsr
WANTED A message, from you to'
the readers of, The Herald, if you ,
have anything for sale, for rant, lost
or found. t ,
LOST AND" FOUND
LOST rA golden opportunity to sallj
your home, yaiir. trm or anything
you wish to dispose 6t, If you do sot'
use the classified columns of. Taa
FOUND A chance to dispose of any
of the Innumerable articles that
you have stored away In your cellar, K
attic or barn. Turn jour wast lata
cash. There Is always somsona whe
wants just what you 'have for saw.
Find him through .ithe
columns of this paper.
Chick Feed Has Arrived
FEED AND SEED ue s.t& s-sv