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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH JFALLS, OREGON
friday, JUNK 11, ifla
Double Attraction Will Rogers in
"WATER WATER EVERYWHERE"
HE TOOK IT HARD
Those pink "sody" bubbles guvo him the blues the other
boys out KeclBtone way felt the same about it. Well, the
lndicfl wanted prohibition, and they got it. But Hh ! Will
Rogers fooled 'em some little plan. Maybe your Hubbie's
working it on you now. Better see the picture and
SYNOPSIS OF TEXT
OF G. O. P. PLATFORM
(Continued from Page 1)
Alto Eugene O'Brien in
" A FOOL AND HIS MONEY "
A Special Feature
AhIiiIIc Immigrant la Bound nnd
should Nt m ii I ii tu I tied.
No alien should li permitted to
ln-t oiiio n eltlreii unlit ho him bj
romu genuinely American.
The right of free speech, free prea
mill fri'n assembly must tin maintain--it
Inn advocacy of overthrow of gov-
iriiini'Mt must not be permitted.
Transportation service I bent aa-
ur'd through private ownership and
operation f ml Tread under proper
regulutlon und control.
Law agalns combination In re
tit mint of trade are approved, but
amendment an- hold neceary to
make the business situation clear.
Tim party Js pledged to prevent the
evil of child labor through rigid en
furremoiit of adequate lawn, ,
Equal pur for equal (service should
rule In ufl branches of the govern
ment In which women are employed.
A tmtlon of hom owner I the
bent guaranty of niiUntonance of the
prlnrlplex of liberty and law and
The Itcpubllcan party will opposu
here nnd hereuftvr tlm acceptance of
a mandate for any country In Europe
Tile fellow who inlnted th barn
down on the old farm last spring
muft have been the name chitp who,
linn tho reputation for painting tho
town red, A a barn painter he
make a line third party In a matri
HERALD'S CLASSIFIED COLUMNS
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY WOOL ALL GOING IN
VANTi:i Woman known locally
STORAGE: NO MARKET,
If the duck keep following Louise
around whn "be doe her Hjirln
sowing and nobble up all the need
an quickly a she plant them, he
will able to harvest her fall crop
In a thimble.
FOR SALE Real Estate LOSf AND FOUND
"-iiTnnnniinargiinnnin"r n n rirLanjVarr I MMAAAMAMMMAMAMAAAAAMAtAhAAfll
FOH HALE In Mill Addition, four
room houae with big screened
porcbea; dirt cooler, lawn, (hade
treea, Karate, chicken houae and
park. Will aell furnished, or un
furnished. Phone 383-M. 9-11
Beomn like thp landlord enjoy hla
Job of visiting hi fair tenant to
colect on the old mortgage. Ah,
there, Jimmy funny how a pretty
face can make a cruel landlord
chance hi mind.
If all the farmer ln those parta
could net ft dog llko "Teddy," the
canine with tho human brain, they
wouldn't be worried much about
hired men and extra band. Teddy
la tho only breathing soul that can
make a cow do what It doesn't want
Incidentally, Teddy know bow to
Inkii rare of youngsters, so nil you
nurse-nlrls better look out or your
Job will bo taken by bright dogs
who only want a bono and a warm
place to sleep, with no daya off at all.
FOR HALE 520 acre, about 320
In crop and under Irrigation; reat
In pasture: half mile from 8. P.
atockyarda at Midland. See John De-
Fuy. Midland. Ore. 8-14
LOTS From f 100 up, In all part of
LOTS On pavement, $250 for cor
ner of 60x140.
LOTS Inalde, $200 for 60x140.
LOTS Large, Jual off paved atreet,
$100 to 1250,
Term 10 per cent eaab, balance la
InHtallment to ault purchaser.
W. M. MONTBL1UB
The Klamath Development Co.
1303 Main St. Phone No. 1
WANTED Man and wife,, without
ennaren, to.worion, a'iranca.
Good waaea. J. P. MtAallfaT Ft,
Klamath. .' l-
FOIt SALE Farm Implement and
8 head of hortei; C work boraea
with harnea. Alao traction engine
and plow, CO h. p. Edgewood
Ranch, phone 11 Fll.lUhn. ' 4-tt
FOR HAI.B OR TRADE
Lots .393. 294 and 39S, block 113,
Mill Addition. Will trade for equity
In Fresno. Calif., Improved or unim
proved Address J. M. Piatt, 1125
T St.. Freno, Calif. 25-tf
to clean few ruoiii for two house- of tin- annual half million pound! Dcnth of Otorge llaldwln, dele
keeping rooma and wage. 74 J Wal- of woo) ,ir(cci ,y Klamath conn- gate-at-lirgo to the democratic na
nu v only . 'o.iMiii pounds ha been tlonal convention, bus cause a vac
I.OHT First National Hank rheck blpped out o far, orcordlng to eatl-jimcy In tho Oregon delegation which
book. Finder pie a no return to 920
Walnut or to any bank. il-12
NICE I.IOIIT front room at Sir,
Klamuth Ao., rate $4.00 11
WANTED Housekeeping and cook
ing on ranch,
FOR KENT: sleeping rooma, 11.14
I'lliit, phono :.!3. 1112
FOR HAM: Wheeler & Wilson
sewing machine In tery gooil re
pair. I'rlc.i $2.', no Mr. Mcl'lier
ion, cor 4lb and I'lne II
FOR RUNT A two room unfurnish
ed bouse. Quite suitable for two
gentlemen bachelors., or man und
wife. Enquire? evening after fi p.
m. at 739 North Third street.
WANTED A helper at once. In
qiilin of llirvl Rskcrr Co. 1112'
WANTE1 Sawyer: one who ran
keep up mill, (iond wnges. 8eu
I.nFrenlrro Friday night, Motel Hall.
mate of the local Southern Pacific
ollice, nnd consignment halo alto
gether ceased on account of the total
slump In the wool market and the
vvool Is being stored.
Loral wool producer say that
Mrs. Fischer. Ar- 0T),n tne nmount shipped does not
represent consignments to bu)era, as
most of It was sent to scouring
plant elsewhere from whero It will
Ro Into warehouses. Leading wool
k rower lew tho situation with
grave concern and see no Immediate
possibilities of a raise In price, al
though the market la steading a
Dumping of vjst qunntltlc pf
Australian wool on the market Is
blamed for tho present situation. On
tip of this come the downward
trend In clothing prices and uncer
ulntr nil flons the lire, with conse
quent rloe buying of raw material
and a general scramble to not rid of
surplus stock of textiles and cloth
ing. The general unrertulnty has
brought about n tightening of tho
Thlnits ain't like they used to be LOTS A few good lot In Hot Spingc
iniuK ami nni wie uivu 10 in , ,i,iih- a ,. i-f, nr, ot.ir,r,in..
"Down on the Farm." since Louise ton paVcment but going fat. Lota
has become popular with the fellow, of lot between the depot and Mill
She' got tho whole town sort of up- addition. Price right, term 10 per
. ..., . .v.i,.rinu i,.npr ,i !cnt cash. bal. 3 payment. Phone
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'iiuiUKiu(,il ut I. uiiiiuntMJjc viiaiini.
Watch your ep. I.uule, say we.
Never did believe that love' young
dream runs rmooth, but we didn't
figure that the road was quite as
rough a It apix-ars In Mack Sen
nett's big new five reel sensational
comedy, "Down on the Farm."
I causing some concern, sari the
Portland Orexonlan. t'nder the law,
thero arc no alternates elected for
delegate. The republican have cir
cumvented this by offering to seat a
oiierna1es mo canuiuaie lor ucle-j i ife on tn. ,.... nlny l)e . ,0eiy
gate who run next to Jho winners. thnK for them tbat ,lkell ltt bu, we
coming iiko tnni i to He Hone tay vroulil rather be fitting In one of the
the democrat. l.nmr,.rlnl,U nr.ttrn phnlra In thai
.loony i nenire. ihukiuiik at in
FOR SALE Mincellaneout
Special . sale on groceries one
sack corn meal free with every $15
grocery order. Spot Cash Orocery.
WILL EXCHANGE for automobile,
a good 3-room house, lot 52x110,
chicken house and yard, 100 ft. from
3rd St. 321 Grant St. 10-12
LOHT Illuo Kllk vest belonging to
ladle ault. Phone 47 3 J. 8-14
LOST On Conger avenue, lari
knob from a bra bed.' Revrar
will be paid for It return to the City
Tranafer Co., 615 Main JJti . -
WANTED Uy young touBlei
children; a small furnhibd or un
furnished modern house, clbse.ln.
Apply O. L. Drammond, Herald
WANTED Someone ' lav artTt
horns to ear fnr (a small r.kll.
dren. mm two nnd four year. Bog
C. B Herald Office. k ,JM
ALL HAXDME.V WANTED FRIDAY
All men who have, played In the lo
cal band, and any new men who wlah
to play IB the new organization, are
urged to be at the Elk' Club Friday
night l 7:30 o'clock for rehearsal.
The financing of the band will prob
ably be completed and It I necessary
to get In shape for concert. 10-11
GENTLEMAN WISHE8 board and
room with private family. Box B.
WANTED A second band oda
fountain. Must be In good condi
tion. Inquire Frank Robinson, War
ren Hunt hospital.
WANTED 2 good live newsboy at
the Herald oflce. 2-tX
WANTED Oroeery salesman.
WANTED Experienced telephone
operator. White Pelican Hotel.
RIDS WANTKD ..
FOR SALE- Young and full grown credit reins on tho blr buyers of raw
ll.lKlau hare. 741 Walnut Avo. W0l ,,,, ,,. u ftn vUWnt ,,,,.
.. . nge of cash affecting the Industry.
The democratic state central com Lib-Mr Thentre. iHiiiehinit at the '111 tacrlflco my eqully or take
mlttce will bold a meeting In Port- fk. tl,e screen, than bo like ibeiL0Urln5 car .,n trade on a new S-ton
: ., .. " . . , . ragcoi irucx; aiso naming jumocr
folks on the screen tbat are beljg contract. Must leave town. H. M.
laughed at. ,fitcrn, Klamath Hotel, Room 111, be-
tween 7 and 9 p. m. 10-12
land .itiout a week before the nation
al convention and the committee will
elect alternate for tho dclcg.itni.
Also tho committee will mako a se
lection to till tho vacancy caused by
.k .Inslk. ..t tla tll.l.-lK
IMI1 UVUIII Wl 11, l.tlllllfl III, jM
In the democratic primaries the
four delegitea-ot-lcrgc elected were
Crawford. Hidden. Purdy and llald
wln. Tho runners-tip were Freder
ick V lloliimn ami John Rrhuyl
man. Mr. Ilolman has been a regu
lar attendant at democratic conven
tions far years, and this I about the
only recognition he hi ever leen
willing to accept at tho hands of the
Nrliu)lrmnn I WIlMin .Manager
Mr. Fcbuyleman suddenly develop-
The simple life may be lovely and F0R 8AM-Coraer atorcpayhig
nature may be grand, but before you
buy that little old farm and settle
down to the peace and quiet and
comfort 'you bear so much about,
better give farm life the "once over"
at the Liberty Theatre tomorrow.
business right man. snap. See
1008 Main street. 10-tf
Olltedge Butter for
care. 202 Main St.
Mack Sennett's comedy "Down on
the Farm" will make you laugh till I
FOR SALE Good Ford touring car,
hock absorbers ssd s Ho. 1. tires.
Inquire at 220 Main St., or Danner
Patty Garage. 7-tf
your aide oche we don't know that
It wll make you want to buy a farm.
Try It and aee.
IFOR SALE 1 P.n!ck end sse 7-pas-
cnger Studebaker. Imperial Oar
SPECIAL SALE on nil good We
WCATHKU ltKIORT save you money. Sue 1008 Main
Orecon Tonlcbt nnd Saturday.itrect.
HAl'I.I.VH JOII WANTKD for 3'4 Jurt how hard It I going t,o squeoxojrd n few weoks ago a tho iniinager(fBr(i nnj cooler; tonight In eaat.i
Proposals will be received np to
Tuesday, June 22, for the erection of
a school building, according to the
plans and specification on file In the
office of the clerk at the JOaraata
State Dank. All bid to be accom
panied by a certified check of 5 per
cent of the nmonnt of the bid. Hoard
reserves the right to reject any' and
IDA D. MOMTER.
10-22 School' Clerk.
WANTED All kinds of scrap Ire.
old hones, n. rubber and all
kind of metals. Max Weiss, th St.
near Ewanna Box Factory. 24-tt
WANTED Man to d"vo
ranch. Phone 253-J.
ton truck by day or contract. Ilox local producer remains to be seen
A. II., Herald oRlce ll-lf.
FOR HALE Mnko cash offer. loti n.
cr.d.cr.i, block n. Mill Addn. i ;
Good Harden soil; building site. J. .,
II. Wlthnni, 772 Whllsott Ave.. l.o ""
Angelrs, Oil. 11.16
NEVADA CITY. Juno 11 Tho
WANTED- Job as chauffeur or i"'rvlanr lavo approved of the
trifrk drlvor. Call for Frank Hit- plans nnd specification of tho new
bor at King and Woodard lllnck- bridge tint Is to bo built across tho
smith simp, '". Middle Yuba river between Nevada
...i ,-v r i, . ,i..,. nu ami Yuba countloa. Tho estlmato of
KEI.I.Et & HEI.LMAN, Whlto Pell- ,, ,,.,. , ,, , , , ,
can Hotel, will build homo tolro,t ' 2..0(I0, and the work Is to bo
suit In any pnrt of Klamnth Falls. w'd for Jointly by tho two counties
Rnnchrs bought and sold. Seo u for' Interested,
list now on hand. I
KKLLEY ft RELLMAN ,.,..,. , , , ,
Real Estate nnd General llrokor. OROVILLE. June 11 Clnrenco
1303 Main St. 11-14 w- Rrnoks, who was promlnont In
.the ntitomobllo business In this city,
. In proportion to population Swlt- Is dead ut the home of hi half-l-serland
has many more deaf-mutes tor, Mr. E. Hayes, In Drowns Val
than any other country. ley, Yuba county.
oi ino vtiisnn league nicer mem-inj0lj,,ratl, westerly
nor not Known nnu apreno nroau
cast tbnusnnds of leaflets arguing
Hint thn wny to savo tho country
from all Ills and ailments U to elect
Mr. Wilson for n third term. Mr.
I will furnish nil material and
build you a tent houso 10x12 with
NOTICE OF SALE OK DKAIXAfiE 7-ft. walls boarded up 4 ft., matched
DISTRICT liONDS .floor nnd screen door, all complete
I ready to occupy for $95. Any other
SEALED PROPOSALS will be re- dc."lrod slxe. one or two rooms at a
reived by the Hoard of Supervisors. proportionate price. Order one to-
PIANO TUNER Let me give yon a
frco ratlnuite on the root of tuning
nnd repairing yosu piano or player
piano, ll. J. Morgan, rare Karl
Klirphenl Co.. Bf7 Main St.. Klamath
1'nlN, I'hone WZJ. 9-12
Schu)lcman mado hi campaign as , . h Kiamr.h Drainage Dlstrl t of 'dry nnd move In. tomorrow. Address
Klnmnth County. Oregon, at the cf-ilnqutries to "carpenter"' earo Kven
flco of aald Hoard vhlch t 'n t"n Ing Herald.' 4-11
Court Houm) In tho City of Klamath
Fulls, Oregon, for tho purchuso oiFOR SALE RIGHT A lot all Im
8200,000.00 of th Ponds "' "'dj proved. See. 1008 Main St.
Klatunth urainago District, until me
Where Everybody Goes
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
'llio 'Vlliigiiipli Star, llcniitlful Alice .lujro,
In lirr giniti'Nt sciven miiti'm
41 THE WINCHESTER WOMAN "
Which N the nioro liiueultis m- iiiiiii or woiimn?
rU'o "The Wlnclicstor Wimmn" uuil jtot llio answer
Ami a comedy Hint Is n mi id iuio. for tho blue
Illicit by Fay nt Hit Pimm '
Anil Ted White Just bark fiom Han FinluNco with a biineh
of now miiiu
HKHHUK HAVAKAWA in " A HEART IN PAWN "
an advocr.to for the third term, nnd
ono of tlio turprlsc of tho primary
election woh tho size of thu voto ho
When Mr. llaldwln died, leaving a
vacancy. It was supposed that Mr.
Holmnn was tho runnerup and. logT
leal successor to thu vacancy. "Mr.
Schuylcman, however, hadn't been
aalcop at tho switch, and he wus tak
In Just n keen an Interest In that
vacancy as anyone Mr, Scbuyleman
Is of tho opnllon that a tho1. voto
now stands' ho. Is. about 40! votts
ahead of Mr. Ilolman and, as ho
vluws It, ho Is tho successor to Mr.
Someono suggested Hint Dr, J. W.
Morrow, as national committeeman,
Mil (be vacancy by appointment, hut
tho doctor passed thu buck to tho
state committee. It Is almost a fore
gono conclusion Hint If tho stato
commlttoo lias to mnl;c n rholco be
tween Mr. Holmnn and Mr. Scbuyle
man, tho former will bo elected and
the latter will rocelvo tho cold
shoulder. It tho committed disre
gard tho defeated candidates of tho
primaries who aspired to bo dele
gates, and there wera many such,
thero Is no tolling who tho alternates
hour of two o'clock In the aiternomi FOR -SALr A No. 1 Saxapl
en tho 17th day of Julv, A D. 1920, good buy. See 1008 Main St
Onlil llnn.la ava tn Iia .Intftfl .Tlllvl '' I.'
1st, 1920. and are to bear Interest I
from date at the rate of six per cent BLOCKS FOR BALE, $5.00 per cord
per annum, payable on tbo titst uay
of January npil the first day of July
of each' year.
The. Hoard of Supervisors reserve
ino riKiit io reieci unv ana an nro-
Sposals for any reason nnd If not sat
isfactory to said Board.
Address an communications anti
nil proposals to tho undersigned.
C. R. DE LAP.
Secretary of Klamath Drainage
District, Klamath Falls, Oregon.
June 11-July 15
KNOW YOUR FUTURE
CONSULT OREGON'S REST
A Classified Ad will sell It.
She Was So Young
And He Wai So Villainou.
Yet alio foiled Iiliu! Where could
she, in all her innncence, have learn
ed mo inurh of worldly wisdom? Ah I
That's tho secret! They all know so
much more than you think "Down
on tho Farm."
World's greatest Clairvoyant and
nalmlst, Phrenologist and Medium.
Horn with double veil.
Reads your entire, life, past, pres
ent and future; 'advises on business
speculations, lovers' quarrels; re
unites tho soparatcd; when and
whom you will marry; how to win
tho ono you love and also overcome
nil enemies; gives secrets how to con
trol or influence any one you love or
meet. Tells full names of any one
you care to know. Her advice has
saved and mado thousands. Why
not youT As a seer and Interpreter
of hidden treasures she has no equal
See her at once, this God-given,
gifted lady. All business confidential.
Dally readings, Including Sunday,
Hours 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. Perma
nently located I. O. O. F. building,
434 Main St., Klamuth Falls. Ore.
Steel tanks and blow pipe made nt
1023 Main St. 4-tt
FOR SALE Late model Haynes
flve-passenger' "Six;" "excellent
condition; been driven itery little
nnd bad fine care. Can hardly be
told from new car. 'WW carry tho
whole family It not more than ten.
Would consider smalelr car In trade.
Phone 4T.CW. . 2-tf
Glltedge Butter tor
care. 202 Main St.
Printing, Stationery and office
supplies. Pioneer Printing nnd Sta
tionery company 12 Main St. fl-tf
FOR RHEUMATISM try the Hot
Springs Mineral Baths it Dave
Turner's ranch, Langcll Valley.
CITY GARBAGE When you want
garbage removed call 62J,
PHONE PEYTON for wood.
FOR RENT OR LEASE
RENT PARS' wlthont drivers to re
sponsible parties. Ford repairs
and accessories. Klamath Falls
Auto Co., 1157 Main St.
FOR SALE 2,t ton truck. Al con
dition. O. K. Blacksmith shop,
Sixth St. 28-tf
TENTS TEXTS TENTS
U. S. Government tents. Cnuvnss
leather belting, ono blacksmith out
fit, two spark arresters, ono com
plete lighting system. Max WeUs,
6th St., near Ewauna Box Factory.
Special Sale on groceries and
flour. Spot Cash Basket Grocery.
FOR RENT Pnrt of business build
ing. Phone 49 or call 123 N. 4th
St. , 10-11
Pasture for 4000 hoad of sheep.
Edgewood Stock Ranch. Water and
feed In abundance, Hoad of Swan
Lake Valley. See Rnhn phono 11F11
PINE SHINGLES. 7.00
Lakeside Lumber Co.
FOR SALE Hotel nnd pool room
combined, ' paying $3000 per
month, $1000 clear. 28 beds all
completo and full every night; tbo
only hotel in the town, of CbJIoquln.
We have a good clean business and
will sell on Its own merits, Come
and see for yourself. Chlloquln Ho
tel, Qulloquln, Ore. 7-4
High School Annuals for 1920
are now ready for distribution.
Price 75 cents. Call ajt R. E. Smith
Realty Company. 9-10
P, E. O. will hold c. cooked food
sale Saturday, June 12, from 1 to 0
p, m., at Roberts & Hank Hardware
store. Special orders may be phoned
to 237W 6r 467W. 8-11
ALBANY, Juno It. So many
thefts at gasoline havo occurred in
tills section of the state tho past few
days that owners of cars are finding
it unwise to leave them standing
long in exposed places,
For Your Chickens
CHICK FEED, GROWING MASH,
BONE FATTENING MASH, ALFALFA MEAL,
WHOLE AND CRACKED CORN
Murphey Feed & Seed Stere: