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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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REPUBLICAN FOR STATE SENATOR,
17TH SENATORIAL DISTRICT
, President for two
through bin work, the
He la a leading lawyer of Eastern Oregon and he owns and oper
ate a large Irrigated ranch in Crook county. Ilu la a vuloran of the
Spanish War. Ho was a strong supportur of Kluiimtli Falls Post of
the American LoKlcn In their flRlit against tho Callforlu-OrccoH
Power Company's attempted grab of Innds In Klainuth County. He
will ha fair to every section of this district. - ,
We aak the people of Klamath Connty to voto for him.
Mra. II. P. Bolknop, Prlnovlllo. Oiegon
B. J. Wilson, Cashier Crook County llank
O. II. Russell, President Crook' County UcoU Honda Atuoclatlon
John a,Malech, Past Comtnondor Unltod Spanish Wur Voloruna
Lynn Nichols, Honchur
F..A.- Kessler, Editor Central Oregon Enturprlse ,
Drug Facts No. 52
No outing it complete without a
KODAK. We tell 'all the popular
Square Deal Drug Store i
CAMELS fit your cigarette de
sires so completely you'll agreo
they were made to moot your taste!
Unique flavor, fragrance and mel-low-mild-body
flue to Camels qual
ity and export blond of choice Turk
ish and choico Domestic tobaccos
are a rcvalation! You will prefer the
Camel blend to either kind of tobacco
' With Camels ycu can go the limit
without tiring your taste. Trrjey
leave no unpleasant cigaretty after
taste; no unpleasant cigaretty odorl
To get a line. on why Camels win
you so completely compare them
puff-for-puff with any cigarette in
the world at any price. You'll pre-
far quality to coupons or premiums!
It. J. ULVNOI.U3 TOUApCO CO.. Wlniton-S.lem. N.C
IT'S EASY TO ORDER
from our bill of fare, because every dish tempts
the taste of nn epicure. Here you are always
sure of fresh, choice food, the best in the market,
appetixingly prepared and daintily served. Try
your dinner here tonight.
Kl,frrKCSntCin,rgo i J
Jewel Cafe I
COMIll.NK IIUYING TO
REDUCE UVIN'O COST
SAN FRANCISCO, May 12. Six
hundred customs houso employes
berg, are planning a aystem of co
operative buying In an effer: to re
duce living costs, A moement for The Kubrook Gold Dmlgtnx Com
an "overall club" is also being q!- pany, Trinity Center, California,
cussed. offers for aale and invitee laspec-
rk. 1.....1.,. ..i... .!. ... . I t Ion of
., ;w"r,; ;;:: r :
r for a giving fund. Grocer...
Bio tu uu IMIatllMBVU 1TUIU lUflOa
displayed In o room at the customs
I house and orders
llmlnr ihn n.mn nf m ' niibi
under tho namo of M. w. Blckel,
tlio mnrcliloness of Quecnsborry, onolhaRe. and cait ateel 'tr.oos. Double
of tho foromost women of title In
Qreat Britain, runs a successful pro
vision business In Cardiff, Wales.
Women aro now liable to be aum-
moned to servo on Juries in England,
nut to be qualified for such service a
I women must occupy a house of the
tnvuliln vnlun nt S1RO In Lnnilnn n.
$100 In tho country.
Hureaftor the Herald will publlsl
the mean and maximum tempera
tures and precipitation record aa tak:
en by the U. 8. Reclamation eervlee
station. Publication will cover tha
day prevloua to the paper'a laane, up
to S o'clock of that day.
May ' 7
No bail game wee nlayd Stlay
on account of th heavy .rainfall of
run are biting tin. Toanglara,
now la the accoptod tlma. Coma to
Tha now bakery It being rushed to
Elactrlc light waro seen to flicker
about tba White Pina larafa last
Saturday evening. The new plant It
Installed within tha walla of tha
neg Bchonchln and John Lea Ball
mado a flying trip to the roarah Sat
urday All were well on their re
turn. Including the machine.
A dance ball CO by 100 will hare
the corneratonea laid next week.
AIo a playhouie la going In at thla
Candldatea are butting around for
re-election. Votora beware. Let na
eloct mon and women who will en
forco our lawa and keep tbem up to
Someone operating a aawmlll
would do well to have a yard here
for tha local trade. Lumber la In
demand at all tlmea.
The hotel la full each day and run
ning over. The aearclty of ready to
ubo lumber preventa the building of
moro room to accommodate the pub
lic. What Cblloquln needa la a aaw
mlll cutting lumber for tho local
trade. Thla would be a mighty fine
Inveitment and would be a dividend
T. W. Bllllnga made Klamath Falla
a butlneie vlalt and aaya Klamath
FalU la a fine little city, and the
builnet men will meet any good
business half way If tho party wanta
to help their aelvea. Mr. Bllllnga
said he Interviewed aomo of the member-
of the C. of C. and they promise
oqual justice to all parte of the coun
ty and that no partiality will be
hown. So let ua get In line and aee
bout the proposed highway help
It, boost it, anything to get it going
or coming thla way.
THE USE OF these columns wilt
lake money for yoa.
A thoroughly equipped Institution
affording unexcelled facilities for tbo
scientific treatment by hospital meth
oda of medical, aurglcal and obstet
The now and modern'tlreproof build
ing contains private rooms fur bod
and ambulatory caaea, completely
equipped examination and treatment
rooms. Roentgen Ray, cllnUal and
WARREN HUNT. M. D.
Ij. L. TRUAX. M. P.
GEO. A. MASSEY. M. D.
' FOURTH AND PINE 8TS..
KLAMATH FALLS, ORti.
electrical drive saw mux
mnilt INUiaRu ummi .!...-, t- --
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thla carriage. All ateel Pt work, win
act to l-32-n, and equipped with trie-
itlon recoder. le-incn wneeis, s
11-16-Inch axles. douM? t'ueka under
h hoad.block. wrought steel
toothed dogs. Rolled flivl rack.
About two million pai nave oeen
cut on thla carriaco, ana u is in
Husk manufacture ny rornana
iron Works. No. 1. loft-hand, with
ateel top-ftame, w'th motion of top
aaw reversed. Talcra 60-Inch bottom
aaw, and 42-Inch top saw. Also have
.. . . m l. 4 H.lll .al.A f A.
Iimoer iop-irnio mu win v-
Inch saw. Diameter of lower arbor
3 7-16-inch, top arbir 3 16-16-Inch.
Saws driven by 200 H. P. motor.
Peed One twin engine ateam teed,
11. manufactured by Allla-Chal-
mera Co.. direct connected to 36-
One locomotive type boiler for op
erating feed engine.
One Multnomah gang adger. Dl
ameter otjiawa 32 Inchea; diameter
ot shaft 3 7-16-inca. sixty Inches be
tween cutslde aawa. i '
One timber alter; will else timbers
up to 30x30x70 ft. long; surfaces one
aide and one edge. Complete with
friction feed for ropetdrlve.
One No. 126 American Planer and
Mate! or; will alto 27-Inch z 8-lqch,
divided 9 V. Inch rolls; .with match
lU-lnch to 27 inches.
One set ot 10 live ateel rolls and
one act of 41 llva ateel rolls, each
J driven' by reversible spur, friction, and,
, sprocket .chains. , 'li'
Also equippea wiib two awing
aawa, log, turners, pulleys, sheeting,
truck", 'deadvrplls, :eto. Matoin'.aUo
for sale, aa well aa donkey engine
Mill canibe aaennit ITrialty Center
FOR SALE .Real Estate
T. B. WAITERS
FOR SALE Good four room house
ami big lot. close to depot, at the
low price of $1200, on terms. Look
at It today. Chllcoto & Smith, CSS
Main St., phone 66. 11-12
FOR SALE Twelve of the very best
lots In Mills addition, near the
new school, at a sacrifice price of
2750. A pleaauro to show this
property. Cbllcote ft Smith, 633
Main St., phone 6. 11-12
FOR SALE 6-room house, large
lot, good garden, nice lawn, gar
ago and wood shed, near paved
atreet. 051 Rose St. Price $1400.
See owner for terms. 10-1C
LOTS A few good lota ia Hot Splags
. addition. A few left on Shipping-
ton pavement but going feat. Lota
of lota between the depot and Mills
addition. Prices right, terras 10 per
cent cash, bal. 36 payments. Phone
W. M. Montcllus, 1303 Main at. 1-tt
FOR SALE MUcUaoeoua
OALVANIZED IRON CHIMNEYS
Made donblo with a two-Inch air
space, safe, durable, easily Installed.
We make tbem at 1021 Mala at. L.
N. Halnea. 11-tf
FOR SALE From 1 to E000 cedar
posts for sale. J. L. High, Dorru,
FOR SALE White aewlng machine,
In good running order. Price iz.
Phone 478J. 11-13
FOR SALE Big heavy logging
horse, weight about 1600. Box 6,
Herald office. 11-14
FOR 'SALE A few plecea of house
hold furniture. Inquire 131 Hlgb,
phono 466. 11-12
FOR SALE Willow baby buggy, aa
good as new. 961 Rose St.
TWO SPARK Arresters, aaw; one
niackamitn.ouinr. uargatn. Mai
Welaa. Sixth St., next Ewauna Box
For one month's rent you can buy
a tent and live happy the rest of the
summer. See Max Weiss, Sixth St.,
next Ewauna Box factory. 8-tf
FOR SALE Quality aeed Potatoes.
Call Waters and Crane Ranch,
phono 19F1C. 10-16
IF YOU WANT blankets, comforters
or any kind of bedding, aee Max
Weiss, Sixth street, next Ewauna
FOR SALE: One Petaluma -Incubator,
2C2 egg capacity. Inquire
1410 Sargent Ave., phone 269R.
FOR SALE 1920 Chevrolet, first
class condition. Tnia is a oargam.
Central Oarage. 6-tt
FOR SALE 5room modern house,
Hot Springs addition, furnished or
unfurnished. Reasonable terms to
right party. Phone 230R. 10-14
ALFALFA FOR SALE, 66 ton, 9
mllea from Klamath Falls. By
ton or stack; price right. For par
ticulars address D. J. Puckett, Keno.
Four good ones, guaranteed and
at fair pricea and term, ban
Shepherd, 607 Maln 6-12
RYE HAY for aale, 916.00 per ton.
Call Hagelatlna ranch, Aigoma.
FORD SEDAN for aale. 413 Oak St..
Call atfer all. 7-13
FOR SALE 14 h p. gaa engine
Indian motor cycle, Paige caassis.
H. D. Peterson, care Dunham Auto
FOR SALE Piano in tine condition.
Cash or terms. Winter Jewelry
Storage Batterlea ChargedH. Bhldler
FOR SALE A double drawer Na
tional Cash roclatar. Jut like bow,
Rex Cafe. 18-tt
FOR SALE Tba Herald will place
your meaaaga la tha hands ot over
9,000 readera every- Bight for only
five cent a line.
FOR RENT OR LEASE
FOR -RENT Room for gentleman.
Call 817 Main.
FOR RENT Nicely furnlahed room,
furnace heat, phone and bath.
Phone 435. 11-tf
ROOM FOR RENT for two gentle-
men. Plfone 350J or call 701
Jefferson Bt. 11-13
FOR RENT Space In theae column
at flv cent a Una a day. A Una
hen I read by thousands amy
Pristine-. Stationery and effaaa
aappllat. Pioneer Printing aad tfc
Itloaery company; 116 Mala ft. MM
HOUSE MOVING and roefing:
yeara experience; pricea. rigax;
work flrsi-elaM. True Falllaf,
Phone 322W; residence ltSl Plea
ant Ava. 16-laaa
PHONE PEYTON for wood. 1ST
Electric Appliances . H. Bhldtor
CITY GARBAGE When yon
garbage irmovid call b3J.
WANTED To hear from
who has a lumber or log haul far
auto truck. Address L. A., car Her
truck; reasonable rates. laqwlra
1410 Sargent Ave., phone J6IR
WANTED 2 C mea to do pick aa4
anovel work on State Hlgtway.
Inquire superintendent Pelican Bay
Boarding House. 714
WANTED A presaer and basbal-
man. d. and M. Cleaning, eta
and Main. 4-tf
Wanted Three chamber maids at
the White Pelican hotel. Sl-tf
WANTED A meaaaga front yoa ta
tne readers or The Herald, It yoa
have anything for aale. for raat. lent
or found. '
LOST AND FOUND
LOST United State Cord Tin wth
rim. Site 34-4. Retara to IH
Almeda. Reward. lt-11
LOST A golden opportunity to aaH
your home, your farm or anything)
yon wlah to dispose of. If yoa do Bat
us the classified column ot The)
FOUND A chance to dUpoee.of aaa
of the Innumerable article that
you hava stored away la yoar eeUar,
attic or ban. Turn yoar waat lata
caah. There ia always eoaaaea wtaj
waata juat waat yoa nave rar aaat.
rind aim tnroaga taa
column of thla paper.
IClaaBath-Bend Auto Stat
A dally auto stag service I aaw
operating between Klamath FaMa
and Bend. Offices Rex cafe aad ataO
ropolltan Hotel. C. I. Reckard.
9 , ' "-"
SILL NURSERY STOCK FOB US
Good tsrrltory open. Term at
tractive. Write for contract aad la
HALEM NURSERY COMPANY,
1030 Chemeketa St.
announcea hla candidacy for tha re
publican nomination aa baric oC
Klimilh canntv. If alx-tMl I will
alwaya remember that I am yoar r-'
vant, not yoar maater. Adv. '
C. C. BROWER
Republican candidate for nomination
District Attorney, Klamath county.
May 21. 1920. ' Preservation at
RlghU; Prevention of Wrongs."
Practical Painting, Alumlnumlng at
all Iron fixtures, Furniture ReflaUh-;
Ing and general contracting. a
H. C. TUTHILL z2t
918 Roee St.
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice la hereby gives thatlth
undersigned will sell nt public auc
tion to the highest bidder for caah la
hand, on Saturday, May 29, 1930, at
2:30 o'clock p. m., at O. K. Livery
Barn, Sixth atreet, KUaaata rail,
Oregon, one black Jaek. aged about
eight yeara, weight about one taoa
and pounds, to satisfy xay Ilea for
the board and care ot aaid aitaial.
from February 7, 1930, at taa rata
of 116.00 per month.
Dated May 11, 1930.
11-18-35 M. J. NYHART.
I wish to thank each and vry
one that waa ao-klnd and willing to
give a hand In helping to av aty
tore in tha fire on the moraine o
There was great and noble work
done by each and every one, aad tee
much praise cannot be said of tha
Merrill Are department. '
Thanking you all once agiin, I re
main very truly your.
THE WHITE HOUSE
R.H. Anderson, Prop. 19-11
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widow in twenty minute was the
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