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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 19, 1920)
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Touring and Roadsters
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Let Us Demonstrate Them. to You
While They Last
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RAW'S CLASSIFIED COLUMNS
FOR SALE Real Estate
FOR BALE One (room bouse on
Jcffersqn St. Hat toilet and bath,
connection; fine view; term's. Call
or write Hoi T, care (Herald office.,
'"'.For District Attorney
Z WILLIAM MARX
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H. H. COREY
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PUttUC 8KKVICE COMMISSIONER
KJtHTKKN OREGON' DISTRICT
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,HIS-RECORD 1H ENDORSED
, GENERALLY IIV TIIK 1'REHH
J ' REPUBLICAN FOR STATE SENATOR,
Tho 1 7th Senatorial DUtrlrt comprise (Ivo rountli'n, I ovjt one
r(ltlli tln area ot utul In tho liirgeit djstrlrt In the Stoto of OnRon.
It should Im divided Into two district 10 that tuch county can hitva
a reprniwniatlvo In (hit li'Rlnluturw..
The highway from Cntlfornla through Klamath FnlU anil Horn!
should bo built and paved now.
Klamath County' prosperity depends on the contlnuud develop
ment of Irrigation.
"When tho trout's a biting 'n the
The polecat smell the strongest
When tho woods a rlnRlnR, with
bird a alnRlnic a 4
The monkcy'i tail's tho longest.
"Yes Spring Is hero, and hully koo!
The f loners are bloomlnK thick
Come out with me upon tho lea.
Who In h 1 throw that brick."
I will bo fair to labor und
I I stand and work for thera things.
I have been a devoloper and am bscked by the pepolo who know
me as a man who guts results.
IK YOU WANT A I.IVK WIUK KOU YOL'lt HI'.NATOIt, I ASK
YOUIt VOTK. ,
(Paid Advertisement by Jay Upton, I'rlnuvlllo, Ore.)
TIm Herald toll you today's mwi today aot tomorrow.
TKXAH Oil. MAX OI'KX
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;i II. E. Donnhoo of Fort Worth.
; Texas, owner of oil land In 20 Texas
counties, some producing oil terri
tory and tho rcmalmler undeveloped,
Is here for tho purpoto of opening a
permanent branch office located at
610 Main street, tho city transfer
He Is selling oil and gas leases
only. There Is no stock for sale.
Only Jwo salesmen nro employed In
"One good term deserves another.
Mr. Corey has established a splendid
record for efficiency, and we expect
bo will be renominated by the same
b!g vote he received In 1316." Jef
ferson County necord.
"H. H. Corey Is acknowledged to
be cne of the most efficient officials
In the State House." Oregonlan.
"t'Mr. Corey Is conceded to be one
of 'the most efficient and most compe
tent officials In the state'a service
at this time." Portland Journal.
"Mr. Corey hss bad four years'
actual cxporlenco In solving the prob
lems ot public utility regulation,
which' should fully qualify him for
tho office:" Tho Tlmberman.
',.Mr. Corey's present position
liquid-gU'e hi hi a decided advantago
by knowing tho work of tho commis
sion." Tfco Hermlston Herald.
' lnTKrt f Ihnl itttn nntir'fh?niivh.
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oui me siaic nnapproTca wore
work should count much for him In
his campaign." The Oregon Mes
1 "Jie-wss a volunteer during me
Spanish-American war and did not
claim"- exemption during the great
world war." Baker Herald.
Without Idle tiromlsa or emntr
pledge, he stands squarely upon his
record In public office and will be
very grateful' for yonr 'Influence and
12000 For sale, or, will trade for
town property or acreage near
Klamath Falls, 208-acre' ranch In
Lake county, Oregon. 80 acres
fenced, 40 acres In cultivation, drill
ed wall, small house an.dbarn. A. S.
care of Herald. 17-20
T. II. WATTBItS
LOTS A few good lots In Hot Spings
addition. A few left on Shipping
ton pavement but going fast. Lots
of lots between tho depot and Mills
addition. Prices right, terms 10 per
cent cash, bal. 36 payments. Phone
W. M. Montellus, 1303 Main st. 1-tf
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
FOIl SALE First class saddle. In
qulro 142S Crescent Ave. 18-20
FOR SALE CHEAP Barn to bo
wrecked; good lumber. E. Qlnlltch
FOn SALE: At the Kattenhorn res
idence, Merrill, Oregon. 12-foot
power windmill, slx-tlned- Jackson
fork, and cable, mowing machine, 1
hay rake, single buggy and harness,
Boss washing machine. 17-22
FOR SALE One Ford tractor, one
double disc cutaway harrow, one
3 section spike tooth harrow, one 2
bottom gang plow, one mower, one
rake, one steel walking plow, almost
new. Will sell cheap. Address A.
C. Ginger, Chlloquln, Ore. 18-20
WANTED Man to drive team a
ranch. Paine 2S3-J. 174f
WATBD-Two or three experttaj
ed laundry women, Klamath '
perlor ThndrV." ' I7-lf
WANTEP .4 or G-roora honse li-..
nlsbed or unfurnished by rsHaMn
party; references furalshed, ttepU'
Box M, Herald. 1MT
WlCTP.mM,n .In A,li' !
horse; good wages, steady work.'
Bfg Lake Box company. 13-M
WANTED A message from' y to
tbo readers of The Herald, It row
have anything for sale, for rent, teat
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Crank for a Kelly trnefc.
Finder roturn to Westorn Trans
fer office. 18-tI
LOST A golden bpiiortunlty to seM
your home, your farm or anything
you wish to dlspove of. If you do not
ute the classified columns ot The
FOUND A chance to dispose of ant
of the Innumerable article Usf
you have stored away In your eetkar,
attic or barn. Turn your waste Into
cash. There Is always someone whe
.wants Just what you have for sale.
Kind mm rnrougn me ciassine
columns ot this paper
The ladles sewing society of th
Catholic church will meet at tha
home ot Mrs. (I. A. Bellman, ML
Claire and Cross streets near Cres
cent Ave., Thursday nfternooB at
2:00 o'clock. All the ladies ot taa
congregation are Invited to be. prev
FOR SALE Model 90 Overland
touring, newly painted, used one
season. A bargain. Central Gar
FOR 8ALE One ll:Hudson Super
7-passenger, Al shape, 82,250.
One 1913 Bulck, good paint, good
tires, Al shape. Be sure to see this
one If you want a good, cheap second-hand
One E. M. F. 30. One Ford deliv
ery wagon cheap.
In fact anything from Fords to
Cole 8'a nothing better.
C. L. McYYILMAMM, 86 Main
Phone 169. 15-22
FOR SALE 490 Chevrolet, good
condition, run about 6,000 miles.
Wolford & Wann, Yalnax, Oregon.
FOR SALE Ford car. Inquire Are
cniera orace. City Hall. 15-21
RED CROSS HOLDS
(Continued from rigs 1)
Dunbar, J. W. Sleastnfe. George Wal
ton, Father Marsball.Leslle Rogers,
E. P. Lawrence, Ms. E. B. Hall, Mrs.
W. H. Robertson, Mrs. G. A. Krasta,
Mrs. S. E. Martin. Nits Twyla Has.
Mrs. R. S. Bratton.
The following Is the report of the
treasurer, LesllecRogersf .
Balance on hand.
Sept. 1. 191,.-h,- I4.117.lt
Materials seld: - 3119
Donations ,;C..", '102.09 .
Mls:llancous " .
FOR SALE-Seed. Pqtatoes. Rob-
erts & Whltmore, Cth and Main
FOR SALE Ono fresh Jersey Vow,
Eve years old. 14 miles' out on
Merrill road. E. L. Hosley, ,-pbone
1SF5. ' 14.19
FOR SALE Holsum bread lie a'
SltiT CASH BASKET GROCERY
? Why Pay More '?
May 14-June 14.
Special Sale on
flour. Spot Cash
The mission study class of the
Presbyterian church will meet this
evening at 7- p. ru. promptly insteal
of -8 p. m. on account of the schooi
entertainment later. .
HOLCOMB DAIRY STORE
Butter, churned daily
FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
A: M. Sutton
202 MAIN ST., CORNER SECOND
Big Carnival Dance
At Moose Hall
FOR SALE 1920 Chevrolet, first
class condition. This Is a bargain.
Central Garage. 6-tf
FOR SALEr-The Herald will place
your message in tbo hands ot over
9,000 readers every, night for only
five cents a line.
FOR RENT OR LEASE
FOR RENT Room for
173C Johnson Ave.
FOR RENT Clean furnished rooms
for gentlemen. 624 K. Eighth.
FOR RENT Space In these columns
at five cents a line a day. A line
hei Is read by thousands every
Printing, Stationery and office
supplies. Pioneer Printing and Sta
tionery company. 126 Main St. 9-tt
PHONE PEYTON for wood. 187
CITY GARBAGE When you
garbage rvmovid call bSJ.
Total Receipts!,'.!! 5.035. 24-3.035.J4
Total funds handled. $7,153.57
Cash pald'jut ,
Materials and sup
plies purchased,.! ! 243.20
Rent- light, hst, , ,
telephone aad ,
telegraphA,: 23.81 j-
Office salaries and
wages ...... 148.25
nursing .............. 427.63
Miscellaneous i ,
quarters f.o r
memberships .... 1,335.50
and stationery 65.80''
One third cost ' T 'I
pital : ' -823.37
Total cash paid
out 4,859.95 4,659,'JS
Balance on hand ....... ..2,492.
Notices that 82,377.60 bns be
sent to division headquarters ai
a total ot 82,282.45 spent locally.
Tho executive committee, will me
in a few days and elect their office
for the year, .
WANTED Sawyer for circular mill
cutting, 40M per day. State Qual
ifications and wages wanted.- Cor
respoadencce confidential. Box 4,
W'ANTED Party to farm 80. acres
Irritated land on.e' mile from
Macks Cash Store. Inquire "Sheets"
Link River Electric Co. '
of tin and sheet Iron works, Tea'
tUating rand wfcna air aeatlaj
done at thet fi'huaaoii Flasaaiai
Shop. No. loas Mala 8t.
Phone, pa g
rttf lAlir l.hirkPnQ bone fatteningmash, alfalfa"iv
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