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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
TUESDAY, MAT 11, II
ELECTION, MAY 21
Vote 302 X Yes
For 4 State Road Bend Umlt
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NO PROPERTY TAX
NO INCREASE IN AUTO LICENSE FEES
NO INCREASE OF GASOLINE TAX
Keep these three fact in mind. Tho present auto llccnso fees and
gasoline tax will nay both tho principal ami inU'rent on all tho bonds
under this amendment, and will yield an annual surplus besides for other
state highway work. No additional taxation of any kind.
FEDERAL FUNDS MUST BE MATCHED
Onion iiiuat have eufliclftit HlKiiway 1'iinil to match Ki-uVral apportion
meals or Oregon raiinnt nl Dm U-iulU of Pniirel tiinney for Oregon Jtoads.
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-m.h miihii niiuii. una. inriuurn averts uircol nroiierty lux lor state
ways aiiii make early completion
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VOTE Ml X VU-hr 4i state Reed Bentf Umlt
Jeddeb, Selected for tlin meeting
between Lord Atlimhy and tho Klug
of the Hedjai, li it spot that should
eppeal to ovary mumber of the hu-
Just Filed at
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Other Company Obtain Your Limit in
Off JTflTI life Insurance Company
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wHtJM Office, Portland, Or, A.UUlUs,Prss. C.S.Sausl,Os.Mr, aVN.itrg,AMt..gr.
IS A3 FOLLOWS:
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ami naMllUM nrlu'liiu
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I valuation of ll III, UuMltir
law r caul ai iniw proal J
- NO DIRECT TAX
for many, 111'ariy )rsrs, or must be finished
ltossible. Lei'a cut tli road built now.
I ,U..r li.luli.li. ll. L.
man raco who poisnasea a spark of
llllal affection, for Juit outside tli
city walla of Jmlilali U Ihu tradition
al tomb of Kvn
in every drop
"Red Crown" U all-rt
finny, gasoline with the
full and contlnuoua chain
f boiling points necee
aarjr for rtady aurtlng,
.quick and smooth acctler
atiea, steady, dtpcndable
power and long mileage.
It la made to met the re
qulrtsienu f year en
gine. Look for the "Re
Crown" sign before you
tTAMOASO OIL COMFAJir
State Insurance Department:
1 OfCttlllfj in 1919 again leads the state with
$6,170,000.00 new business.
2 OtttHUfc in 1919 wrote $1,511,452 more
. ordinary business than its nearest competitor.,
3 flrtiMlTttp in 1919 made the greatest pre
mium income gain in Oregon of any life insur
4 CrtisttUft 9ince 1906 has made greater gain
in premium income and insurance in force in
Oregon than any other company.
5 OttCHlIICL on Dec. 31, 1919, had $20,462,695
. business In force, making a greater net gain
in Oregon for 1919 in ordinary business than
the entire written business" of nearest com
PHILADELPHIA, May 11;'
Whtthtr wofflto shall ba allswad to
full the pulpits of Prasbytsrlsa
churchas or to set as elders, will bs
on or tho Important quottlons con
Idorod at the 132nd annual masting
of ths general aatombly of the I'ro
bytorlsa church, beginning here
At the last goneral aiaembly s spe
cial commltloo was appointed to de-
termlno the views of the conitltu-
oncy on whothor women ahould hold
official poaltlon In the church organ-
Ustlon. Dr. H. Hall Young, chair
man, Is withholding all Information
on tint roport. A aerlous dlacunlon
la anticipated on the measure of the
continued participation of.tbe church
In tho Intorchurch viTorld movement.
The New Kra movement, the Inter-
church World movoment, sn orgaa
Ited union of Christianity, the rela
tion of church to Induatry and the
killing of Christiana by the Turks srs
tho moat Important aubjects to be
Tim 100th anniversary of the Pres
byterian board of education, which
now la combined with the college
board In the general board of educa
tion, and the firtluth anniversary of
the women's boards of foreign mis
sions will be observed In connection
with tho meeting.
Dr. James dray Ilolton, chairman
or the publicity committee, points out
In connection with the new era and
Interchurch movements that from
KBO to 11 the Presbyterian church
has grown from 10 ministers, 18
churches and 1,000 communicants, to
,18 ministers, 9,806 churohes sad
1,603,033 members. The communi
cants, who aro those on the roll in
good standing, reprosont a Presby
torlsn constituency of S.000,000, In
eluding baptised children and adher
ents who are not members.
In 17B9, tho year In which appears
the first record of benevotonre for
work outside the Presbytery or the
Individual church, there was fISI
devoted to this purpose. In lslt
the amount contributed for benevol
ence was 111,186,327.
Dr. John McDowell, secretary of
the board of home missions, aad di
rector of the department of social
service In the New Era movement,
wilt aubmlt an exhaustive report on
the relation,-of the church to Indus
try. This Is In accord with directions
given at the procedtng general as
sembly. Dr. McDowell haa conferred with
employers and employes, His effort
has boen to reconcile differences
along Christian lines. Establishment
of schools for foremon Is one sugges
tion he makes. In the belief thst fore
men are frequently the cause of
Two youag women school teachers
have been engaged by the forestry
officials to ssrre this summer st a
lone Are lookout on Sourdough
mountain, near Deltlngbam, Wash
The girls will occupy a lonely cabin
ea the mountain top, 7000 feet
above eea level.
The EtUbrook OoUJ Drsdgiaf Coss
pear, Trinity Center, , Calif 01;
vfftrs for sale aad invites Ueet
ELECXIUCAX, DfUVKK 9Vr Mttt
Carriage BSds xy Msponoeea .
Co.. left-hand. 1 five-block. 46-taea.
Main earrings has four blocks, rtt
fifth bloek on trailer, atioas ai'ir.
a 3S-IO. g 70 ft. osve teen sawsoion
this carriage. All stesl set work will
sst to 1-32-ln, and equipped with fric
tion rscedsr. lt-lnch wheals, S
11-16-Jncb axles, double trucks under
each head-block. Wrougnt steel
bases and cast steel knees. Double
toothed dogs. Rolled steel rack.
About two million feet hare been
cut on this csrrlsge, and It Is In
Husk manufactured by Portland
Iron Works. No. 1. left-hand, with
steal top-frame, with motion of top
saw reversed. Takes 00-Inch bottom
saw, and 42-tnch top saw. Also hsve
timber top-frame thst will take 80-
Inch saw. Diameter or lower amor
3 7-16-Inch, top arbor 2 16-16-Inch.
Haws driven by 200 H. P. motor.
Feed One twin engine steam feed,
12x16, manufactured by Allls-Chsl-mors
Co., direct connected to 26
One locomotive type boiler for op
erating feed engine.
One Multnomah gang edger. Di
ameter of saws 22 Inches; diameter
of ahaft 3 7-16-Inch, alxty Inches be
tween outside ssws.
One timber slier; will site timbers
up to 30x30x70 ft. long; surfaces one
side snd one edge. Complete with
friction feed for rope drive.
Ono No. 126 Amerlcsn Plsner snd
Matcher: will site 27-inch x 8-Inch,
divided Btt-lnch rolls; with match
1H-Inch to 27 Inches.
One ael of 10 live ateel rolls and
one set of 11 live steel rolls, eaeh
driven by reversible spur friction and
Also eauiDDed wltn two swing
saws, log turnors, pulleys, shafting,
trucks, dead rolls, ete. Motors also
for ssle, sa well as donkey engine.
Mill csn be seen at Trinity Center.
NOTICE OF GUARDIAN'S BALE
In the County Court of the State if
Oregon, for the County of Klamath.
In the Matter of the Estate and
Guardianship of R. M. Richardson,
an Inssne Porson.
Pursusnt to an order made by
tho Honorable County Judge of the
County of Klamath, .State of Oregon,
dated the 10th day of April. 1920.
notice Is hereby given thst the un-
aersignea win sen, at private saie,
for cash, at Klamath Falls, In the
County of Klamath and State of
Oregon, on and after the 10th day
nf Jtin 1ft9A ttta tinitlvMawt null.
halt Interest, and also all tho r4 -t.
tills snd Intsrest of said R. X. Rich-
ardson, an Insane person, la the fol
lowing described real proporty, sit
uated In the City of Klamath Falls,
County of Klamath, State of Oregon,
Beginning at a point distant fifty
foet and bearing north 31 degrees 14
minutes west from a stone monu
ment in the center of the northerly
end of Conger Avenue In said City,
thence running north 32 degrees 14
minutes west seventy-three and
thirty one-hundredtha (73.30) feet,
thence south T2 degrees 12 minutes
west to Link River, thence south
easterly down Link River to a point
bearing aouth 72 degrees 12 minutes
west from the place of beginning.
thence north 72 degrees 12 minutes
esst to plsco of beginning.
Also beginning at a stone monu
ment In the center of the northerly
end of Conger Avenue, thence north
32 degrees and 14 minutes west 60
feet to tho northeast corner of said
lot, thence aouth 72 degrees and 12
minutes west to Link River, thence
down Link River to a point aouth
72 degrees and 12 minutes wsst of
the point of beginning, thence north
72 degreee and 12 minutes esst to
the point of beginning, all of said
property being a portion of lot 8,
section 32, township 38 south of
rsnge 8, East of Wlllam.tte Me
The proposed sale will be made
subject to the approval and con
firmation of the county court of asld
county and state.
Dated at Klamath Falls, Oregon,
Tnis 10m nay or April, iszo.
J. W. BIRMEN8,
LEWI CODY SAYS
"The first kUs mlgl.t make her
angry but the second would
console her, and' the third Oh!
wonderful woman. At The
POLISH WOMEN r
WAR8AW, April 11, (By Mall).
A volunteer battalion of women Is to
be formsd by the Polish army for
duty In Warsaw snd vicinity. Serv
ice Is tor six months and Is separate
from the women units which have
served at the fiont. The battalion Is
to have women officers and wilt do
patrol duty at barracks aad other
places thus relieving men soldiers for
more strsnuous work.
alll.LKR'S AUTO LAUNDRY
Cats washed, greased and engines
eleaned. Phone I6W, Dunham's
W. O. W. ATTENTION
Regular meeting tomorrow (Tues
day) night, west hall I. O. O. F.
building. Feed followa meeting All
members urged to attend. We ed
your counsel on Important stairs
pending. Visiting neighbors -wel-coir-o
By order the counsul-eom-mander.
C. K. BRANDENBURG,
10-11 ' Secretary.
FOR SALr Real EsUtsj
One S-room famished house, lot
40x140, price $2600 on terms or f !,
Ono C-room modern bungslow,
furnished, price $3760 or unfurnish
Several good resldonce lots, In
Farms of all slzos and prices.
MIW. NATK OTTKMIEIN
627 Klamath Ave. Phone 461
Klamath Falls 10-11
FOIt HALE ItKAL ESTATE
Kino 120 aero ranch, no better soil
In county, all fencod, all under Irri
gation except about C acres where
buildings are located. 66 acres al
falfa, 60 acroi plowed, 4-room plast
ered house, good barn, double gran
ary, 2 good wells. Come In and let
us tell you about It. The price Is on
ly $90 sn sere: terms.
i. T. WARD A CO,
126 North 7th Street.
FOR SALE C-room bouse, Urge
lot, good Harden, nice lawn, gar
age snd wood shed, nesr psved
street. 961 Rose St. Price $2400.
See owner for terms. 10-16
LOTS A few good lots In Hot 8plngs
addition. A few left on Shipping
ton pavement but going fast. Lots
of lots between the depot snd Mills
addition. Prices right, terms 10 per
cent cash, bal. 36 payments. Phone
W. M. Montellus. 1303 Msln st. 1-tt
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
FOR SALE Second hand store;
good used dining table; two chairs.
Inquire 934 Ninth St. 10-11
FOR rfALE Willow baby buggy, as
good aa new. 961 Rose St.
FOR SALE Household furniture;
bed, dresser, table, chairs, stove,
etc. Inquire 826 Mt. Whitney St.
TWO SPARK Arresters, new; one
blacksmith outfit. Bsrgsln. Max
Wolas, Sixth 8t
next Ewaunx -Box
For one month's rent you can bay
a tent, and live happy the rest of the
summer. Bee Max Weiss, Sixth St.,
next Ewauna Box factory. 8-tt
FOR SALE One new Singer hem
stitching machine, complete. In
quire Mrs. O. H. Brenneman, 218 S.
Orange St., Medford, Ore. 7-11
FOR SALE Quality aeed Potatoes.
Call Waters snd Crane Ranch,
phone 19F15. 10-16
IF YOU WANT, blankets, comforters
or sny kind of bedding, see Max
Weiss, Sixth street, next Ewauna
Box factory. s-u
FOR SALE One Petaluma Incuba
tor, 262 egg capacity. Inquire
1410 Sargent Ave., phone 289R.
FOR SALE 1920 Chevrolet, first
class condition. This Is a bargain.
Central Oarage. 6-tf
FOR, 8ALE 6room modern house.
Hot Springs addition, furnished or
unfurnished. Reasonsble terms to
right psrty. Phone 230R. 10-14
ALFALFA FOR SALE, 66 tons, 9
miles from Klamath Falls. By
ton or stsck; price right. For par
ticulars address D. J. Puckett, Ksno,
Four good ones, guaranteed and"
at rair "prices ana terms, esti
Shepherd. 607 Mala. 6-12
RYE HAY for sals, $15.00 per ton.
Call Hsgelstlne rsneb, Algoma.
FORD SEDAN for ssle. 41S Oak St.,
Call after six. ' 7-13
FOR SALE One roan Durham
bull, registered "Scottish Laddie"
No. 721401. Priced reasonable for
quick aale. C. M. Reld, three ratios
eaat of Merrill. .. 7-11
FOR 8ALE ltt h p. gaa engine
Indian motor cycle. Paige chassis.
H. D. Peterson, csre Dunhsm luto
FOR BALE Piano In fine condition.
Cash or tsrms. Winters Jewelry
Storage Batteries Chargd..H. Shtdler
FOR SALE A double drawer Na
tional Caah register. Just like nsw.
Rsx Cafe. 11-tt
FOR SALE The Herald will place
your message In the hands of ovsr
9,000 readers every night for only
five cents a line.
FOR RENT OR LEASE
COR RENT Space la these colamns
at five cents a line a day. K line
hei Is resd by thousands every
Flame Tsuslng, Earl
QUICK SERVICE transfer; jbeo
WANTED To hear from. 6eeM-eee
who has a Umber of log feMl Uf
autotruck. Address L. A., eaM Bet
f 1 in
Printing, fltstlonerr aad efflee
supplies. Pioneer Prlatlag aad. aHa
tloaery company, 116 Mala ft. Mf
HOUSE MOVINCJ aad rooflag;' -IB
years experience; prices right;
work first-class. True ft THUat,
Phone 322W; residence 1211 Pleas
ant Ave. ltUlae
PHONE PEYTON for wood, lit
CITY OARflAOE When 70a
garbage irmovnd call blj.
I WILL PAY $4.00 per M to aaal
lumber from my mill to Somerset
siding. O. F. Haskell. Matdoel, Cat.
WANTED Trucking with lift
truck; reasonable rales, iaaaire
1410 Sargent Ave., phone HIE.
WANTED 26 mea to do aisk aad
shovel work on State Highway.
Inquire superintendent Pelleaa Bar
Boarding House. 714
WANTED A presser aad
man. o, and M. cieaataf.
Wanted Threo chamber maids at
the WhlterPellcaa hotel. ll-tf
WANTED A message from yea to
the readers of The Herald, tf Tee
have anything for sale, for rent; lest
LOST AND FOUND
LOST United States Cord Tire srMt.
rim. Site 34-4. Return to Mt
Almeda. Reward. ld-U
LOST A goldea ooportualty te aaal
your horns, your farm or anrthtes
you wish to dispose of. If yen de net
nsa the classified colaaaa el The
roUND A chance to dispose ef any
of the Innumerable articles that
yon have stored away la jeer eaeler,
attic or base. Tare your waste late
cash. There Is always semsoae who
wants just what yoa.have far
rind him tnrosga tee
columns of this paper.
Klaraath-Bead Auto Staff
A dally auto stage service is 'new
operating between Klamath Falls
and Rend. Offices Rex cafe aad Met
ropolitan Hotel. C. I. Reckard.
SELL NURSERY STOCK FOJt TO
Good territory open. Terssa at
tractive. -Write for contract aad In
SALEM NURSERY COMPAKT,
1030 Chemeketa St., Salem. Ore.
announces his candidacy for the re
publican nomination aa aherlaT et
Klamath county. It elected I will
alwaya remember that I am yoar ser
vant, not your master. Adr.
O. O. BROWER
Republican candidate for aomlaatlea
District Attorney, .Klamath eeeaty,
May 21. 1920. "Preservation , et
Rights; Prevention-of Wreega,'!
ROBERT S. FRY
General Insurance la'
707 WASHINGTON ST.
Klamath Falls, Ore.
Practical Painting. Alumlaamlat of
all Iron fixtures, Furniture RsflMsk-
Ing and general coatractlag.
H. O. TUTHILIi
O. E. S. MEETING
There will be a regular meeting et
Aloha Chapter, O. B. 8., Tuesday
evening, May 11, llo, at 1:00 n, m.
Initiation. Visitors welcome.
EFFIE S. CHASTAIN, W. U.
I wish to thank each aad
one that waa so kind and willing, te
give a hand In helping to save nty
store In the fire on the morale et
May etn. v
There was great and noble work
done by each and every one, end tee
much praise caaaot be said el .tee
Merrill fire department. '
Thanking you all one ageJavI, re
main very traly yeurs: hr'
THE VkstTfO MOVMtr,&u
R, H. Aadeteee, VteVtfjaaj