The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, August 31, 1920, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3

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Sept. 1st
it the
beginning of
another year
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school.
Your boy or girl will need a new pair of shoes.
For four years this store his sold the Buckhecht
line of School Shoes and each year's increased
Bales has proved their merit
From August 25th until Sept. 15th we will
glue with every pair of school shoes sold a pair
of Bear Brand hose Free,
In addition to this wo keep the rips sewed free
of charge.
Yours for Service.
Bradley-Evans Shoe Co.
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Peppermint Oil
This is Oregon's fastest growing and most profit
able industry. Hundreds of acres going out on our
land next year on Caledonia Marsh on Upper Lake
will pay good dividends on stock. , This is rich land
Producing $100 per acre in grain now being threshed,
lantcd to mint we expect to earn dividends of 50 to
80 yearly on the stock for which we are now taking
subscriptions. We have market for all we can pro
duce. Saturday we received one order from a Seat
tle house, name on request, for over 1100 lbs. of oil to
be delivered next year. This will invoice nearly
$10,000.
Join us now and help us produce this and many
more on1 our list
Descriptive Literature Furnished
Klamath Mint Company
PAUL BOGARDUS, Agent
Swanson Bids;., Phone 484 Klamath Falls, Ore.
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SEATINEENATE
RENO, Nov., Auk. 31. Nevada
voteri. at a state primary election
Boptombcr 7, will nominate candi
date! for United State senator to
succeed Honntor Charlca II. Homier
ion, of Klko, and for member of tho
houio of representative! to 'succeed
Congressman Charlca It. Kvans, of
Ooldflold, the state'i? lonn delegalu to
tho lower house. Henderson and
Evans, both Democrat!, aro running
for rnnomlnatlon. Hondoron In un-
opposod on tho party tlckat.
MImi Anno Martin, of Itono, na
tlonally known luffraga worker, will
bo an Independent cantHdnto at tho
primary for nomination for aenutor.
If elected sho will bo the flrat woman
to alt In tho upper house of congrexi.
Threo candidate, Taikcr L. Oddle,
'former governor, Rev. Drowater
Adam!, pastor of a Hono Ilaptlit
church, and Grant Miller, former son-
atorlal candidate on the Socialist
ticket, are contesting for tho Knpub
Mean nomination for senator. Tho
successful aiplrant will opposo Sen
ator Henderaon in the general elec
tion In November.
Two other Democrat!, Walter C.
Pratt and Illchard C. Stoddard, pro
hibition director for the Nevada dls
trict, are opposing Representative
Kvans for the Democratic nomina
tion. On tho Republican ticket, Wil
liam T. McNeil, of Keno, and, Samuel
IArentz, of Lorelock, aro running for
(he nomination for rongreis.
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BEING FORMED
HTAKODRD UNIVERSITY, Cal.,
Aug. 30. Candidate! for the 1920
8tantord University football team
have been ordered by Head Coach
Walter I. Powell and Captain A. P.
Holt to report for opening practice
September 1C. Although Stanford
baa toit many members of the 1919
vanity, Powell and Holt think tbey
will have material for a winning
eleven-
Captain Holt, according to early
report!, baa not recovered entirely
from injurlea received playing last
aeaaon. He is eipected, however, to
be able to take bla old place In the
backfleld.
Two varsity football playera. J. C.
Patrick and C. R. Rlghter, are with
the California team at the Antwerp
Olympic game bur are expected to
return In time to play In all of the
games, retries, ii n oeiievco, win
be fullback thli year. Rlgbter wai
center on tho 1919 eleven.
Stanford' backfleld ranka will be
strengthened by tho addition of R.
W. Arnett. a former army player
who haa been mentioned by eaitern
iport wrltore tor the All-American
eleven. A prospect for tackle, How
ard Deem), baa transferred from Oc
cidental College, Loa Angela, and
will be eligible here thta year.
FLY AND BAIT
CASTERS TO MEET
COM! MRUS. Ohio. August 31.'
Fly and bait casting enthusiasts
from over tho country, including
state national and world champions
will muko Columbus their mecca.
8eptomber 1 to B, when te twelfth
annual tournament of tho Ijatlonsl
Association of Scientific Angling
clubi will bo hold horo In connection
with tho Rtato fair.
Tho event will bo under the aus
pices of tho Cotumbui Casting club
In connection with tho stato dopart
mnnt nf uericulturo nnd tho bureau
of fish and gamo. Moro than 92fi00
In trophies will bo awarded.
Some cf tbe champions who will
participate Include Fred Peet
world's champion long distance fly
castor, William Stanley, chamjilon
bait coster, und q, J, McCarthy, .re
garded among sportsmen as tbe
world's most consistent fly nnd bait
caster, all of Chicago.
Perry Fraxlor. New York cham
pion fly castor, and H. F. Slagel ' of
Kalamaioo. also plan to pnrtlclpnto,
as well aa other famous anglori and
fly and bait castors.
OREGON WOOL FOR
TKMIM.ARN' UNIFORMS
PORTLAND, Ore., Aug. 31.
Knights Tompluis of tho state of
Washington will no longer depend
upon eastern nmiiufucturers for their
uniform!, as all of their oqulnmont U
now being ordSruil in Portland. Ore
gon grown nvoi'1 gooa into the coata
and oven ttii chipouu, cap, hat cover
nd other ticccbonrieq. Even suit
cusos and sword cuoos aro to be turn
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Buzzing on the Limited
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If you ever did have a doubt in your peppy
old soul aa to how Camels stand nationally,
take a fly over the country I Oee, every time I
awing around I see men smoking Camels or buy
ing Camels or talking Camels! Every news
'paper and magazine flashes Camel ads I Every
billboard spills a scream about Camels I
Pete, you never can beat Camels expert blend
of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos I
Certainly does put it over either kind smoked
straight I And say, do you get that rrjild Camel
body I Oh gee, Pete, fire-up another Camel
That's the answer I
Now listen: I'm going to draw up some Camel
ads and shoot 'em in and I'm going to tell the
world whats-what about Camels I Bet you I
can clean-up on a job like that and it's all in
spiration right from Camels themselves I For
instance, Pete, I'm slapping this sketch down
here to put you wise Sav-vy? I'll tall 'em
old pencil, I see the point!
I'll drop you a line from Chicago and tell you
s'morel 111 have a baleful of stunts by the
time this letter blows into your hands!
' And you krtow me, kid I
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GRIHT MILIi PLANNED
OAKLAND, Ore., Aug. 31. Xa
old-fashioned grist mill where tbe
farmer may bring bis own wheat to
be ground la to open bere September
1. It ii to bave a capacity of SO
barred dally and will prove of ma
terial aaslatance to grower! wbo wlah
flour and mill feed made from tbelr
own grain.
SALMON PACK OP
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ASTORIA. Ore., Aug. SI With
tbe doe of tbe spring fishing seasea
on the lower Colambls river It waa
found that tbe pack bad averaged
well wltbia tbat of former years sad
exceed! tbat of ISIS by frost IS te
16. per cent. Tbe packet flrat grade
chlnooka -was exceptionally Jarge.
Plant cared 7,540,500 pound of
raw fish having a total valae of $.
719.J00. tbe balk of this bage teas to
be broaght Into Oregoa from tbe east
aad foreign laaee.
Two eoaplsta atatlates every af
ternoon at tbe Liberty, startlag at
1:30 aad 3:30.
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IN THESE DAYS OP HIGH PRICES THE
AVERAGE CITIZEN WILL BE GLAD TO FIND A
PLACE TO LIVE THAT IS WITHIN HIS REACH
AND WHICH FURNISHES EVERYTHING THAT
HE COULD WISH FOR A GOOD BED, A CLEAN
ROOM, PERFECT VENTILATION. THESE YOU
WILL FIND AT THE CENTRAL 'HOTEL. SEV
ENTY ROOMS IN THIS GREAT HOSTELRY ARE
NOW READY AND THIS NUMBERj IS BEINGi
ADDED TO AS FAST AS THEY CAn'bE FIN
ISHED AND FURNISHED.
SPECIAL RATES MADE TO PERMANENT
ROOMERS. NO BETTER SPRINGS, MATTRESS
OR BEDDING ARE MADE THAN THOSE FOUND
AT THE CENTRAL HOTEL.
J. J. KELLER, Mamag s.
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