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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER, 20, 1021-
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ARRISGALE in 'The Breaking Poinf
"A HODKINSON PRODUCTION-THATSTAMPS IT THE BEST
Banker Back from
. Conference on War
Finance Farm Loans
Icsllo Rogers, cnshlor of iho first
Natlonnl bank', and a faiombor of tlio
Klamnth Fapn 'Huroau party which
visited tlio roproBcntatlvcs of tho War
Wnnnco Corporation of tho OroRon
district at Portland Monday slutod
today that tho conference with Ed
virnrd Cooklnghnm, chairman of tho
corporation, and with representatives
Hlllott Corbolt -and jVlco-prcsldont
Blownrt of'tho Northwoatorn Nation
al bank, rolatlvo "to tho proceduro
follow In Klamnth county to obtain
tho bpnoflta of tlio national corpora
tion funds for farmora and atockmon
hero' was fully outlined to tho Klam
tith 'county delegation and plana
Mr. nogorn stated that undor tho
plans of other places which had ob
tained tho bonofltB,.a man who wish
ed to borrow funds from tho corpora
tion must havo nccurlty tho aamo as
tie would 'If ho applied to a local
tnnk. Evldonco must bo shown tho
corporation by a borrower that ho
had, a margin on his shoop or cattlo
transactions to socuro the loan,
lean's woro mudo on a basis of nix to
36 month's tlino,, Mr. Honors said.
Tho six months strolKht feeder lonn
was ono half of ono per emit -lower
thantho renewal loans but not .sub
ject to renownl, Othor six months
loans could bo ronowod from time to
tlmo, ,ho said.
Tho conference with roprcsonta
tWes of all tho bank waa postponed
.until after 10. H. Thomas, county
agent', roturnod from Portlaud In or
' der to work out tho plan best suited
.for Klamhth county. Tho county
ngont wired tho farm buroau offlco
today that ho would bo homo from
Excess Profits Tax
Killed by Senate
WASHINGTON, Oct. 26. Ilopoal
of tho excess profltsjax on Docombor
31 was agreed upon by tho sonato
today without a record voto.
This action followed defeat of tho
Heed amendment, proposing reten
tion of tho excess profits tax at half
tho present rnto.
AMERICAN CONSUL IN
WASHINGTON, Oct. 26. -Lloyd
Burllnghnm, American consul to
Hallna Crux, Moxlco was stabbod
twlco In tho loft arm by unknown
assailants In tho consulato on Sat
urday night, tho stnto department
was advised today.
HALF MILK OF MODOO
POINT ROAD COVERED
John Showry, suporlntondont of
tho Warren Construction company
work at tills place, states that tho
company has covorod about ono
half inllo of tho Algoma road with
crushed rock to dato. starting ut
Modoo Point and extending townrds
Barkley Springs. Tho work Is pro
ceeding rapidly and much will bo
accomplished hoforo tho wlntor sea
son sots In, ho said.
THREE DEAD AS KE8UIP
OP STORM IN FIORIDA
ORLANDO, Florida, Oct. 20.
Throo doaths havo boon roported In
tho tropical storm which awopt Flo
rida for tho past two daytf.
HHANAHAN RANCH HOLD
Tho Shanahan ranch near niy
was sold at a sheriff's salo this
morning to cover foreclosure pro
ceedings brought by J. P. McAullffo
holder of unpaid mortgago upon
tho property. Tho property was bid
in by McAullffo at $15,300, no oth
or bidder appearing at tho salo.
Tho ranch formerly bolongod to
John, Mary, Jlen und Jta Shanahan.
Big Road. Bridge
HORTLAKD, Oct. 26. Tho hlgh
wny commission today awarded con
tracts for 67 miles of road work and
$400,000 worth of brldgo construc
tion. Two Washington firms socur
cd tho contracts for bo(h road and
bridge construction. ,
HOOFS ASSAY GOLD
anASS VALLEY, Cal.,' Oct. 26.
Traces of gold amalgam can bo
found In' tho root of every Grass
Valley house that has been stand
ing fo rtwenty years or moro, ac
cording t0 local citizens familiar
with mining condition, dold from
nearby mines, roaches tho roofs
throui;h the ngoncy of wind and
KIDNAPPER PARDONED . .
OLYMPIA, WASH., Oct. 20.
Acting Governor Coylo today grant
od a full and unconditional pardon
t0 Gcorgo Stagg, a former resident
of Tncoma, -who was convicted a
your ago of kidnapping his own
child and sentenced, to a term In
tho Walla Walla pontltontlary.
PORTLAND. Ofet. 2G'. Wlioat
quotations 98 cents to $1.03.
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Advertising brings oftlrtoncy.
Happy Though Married
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Uitl. Indulging In honeymoon .foolishness.
FOR SArJBa&'aylBK bens and '25
, young pullets, "Plymouth Rocks,
Rhode Island Ileds and Leghorns.
Will be laying In two weeks or so.
612 N. 9th St. , .' 26
WiHAT HAVE YOU To trade for Sac-
Tnincnto proportyT.JSoo Ryan, 612
N. 9th St. (-( , 26
WANTED Woman or girl -for gen
eral bousowork. Phono 189.
FOR 8 ALB Pnro bred Robo comb
Rhodo Island"Hed cockerels, two
miles cast of lterrill. Mrs. Frank
OUR DUSINESS. Is electrical -work.
Is your wiring In good condition?
Call 234 and lot ub fix it for you.
Comet Klectrlc Co, 26-27.
FOR SALE 1918 Ford Touring car,
ecat covers, shock absorbers, good
rubber, $276.00. Easy terms. Let
ters' Sorvlco Station. Prospect and
Upham. , 26-29.
FOR SALE 1920 Ford coupo,. 0
OTcri-fllio (tiros, shock absorbers,
now paint. Big bargain', easy terms.
Lester's Sorvlco Station. Prospect
and Upham. 26-29.
WANTED TO BORROW $1,600.00
on incomo proporty close" In. Box
W.- Herald offlco. 26-28
rOR SALE Auto cars. Ono Bcrlpps-
Booth, ono Oakland. Only two
loft. Thursday last day. Will trade
at onco. What havo you? See Dick
,240 Droad St. 26
A gown which leave th shot)
dors exposed and yet combine not
of the audacity of th new sllp-o
drcsMS which fall from One sbou
dor. Is of indestructible chiffon vol
nnd velvet stripes. - Th ataen
loose and flowing, are caught
nhouldcr and elbow.
FOR RENT Rooms with board If
desired In steam heated homo,
close in. Phono 73R. 26-29.
1921 Ford Touring
117 Dodge touring.
1918 7 pass. Chandler.
,1920 Dodge roadster.
For prices and terms eco
II. S. WAKEFIELD
NEW1 WHITE Enamel dressor, will
trndo tor potatoes and apples. Call
at 324 N. 11th St. 20-28
HELP KEEP Insuranco nt Its prca-
rn.it ritlnir lf!nll 234 and lot US
repair your wiring. Comet Eloctrlo
WANTED Work by hour or day.
Call 337J. 26.
THREE ROOM Hotiso partly furnish
ed ror rem, zu.uu. r.o cimuruu.
E. A. Dunham, 0th and Oak. 20-27
LEAVING TOWN Will sell my oil
stocks In throo Klamath Basin oil
company's cheap; also sovoral acres
of loases. or will trade. What havo
you to offor? (Box A. B. C. Herald.
Nntlcn is hereby slvon that I will
not bo rosponslblo tor any bills con
tracted by any.ono but myself.
j, v, uunsaKcr.
WANTED To rent, furnished aart-
mont or 4 room mouora nonse.
Phono 73R. 26-27
A GOOD BED And a gopd bath at
Inninnlul TJnnnm 11th nnnr llaln.
and 741 Walnut. Steam hoat Is be
ing lnstallod. 20.
COLONIAL One room cabins for
house keeping, 11th near Main,
and 741 Walnut. Ono cabin vacant.
UNSAFE WIRING Will help Increase
vniir Insurance rates. For first
class electrical work call 234. Com'-
ot Electric Co. 26-27.
ROOMS AND BOARD it dosirod In
private family. 350 N. 9tn Ht:
FOK BALK HEASONABLK
Must soil at once, Houso available
for rent. Dr. Demorest, Phone 447
R or call 227 Jetrorsoa Nt. we-a.
The regular mooting of tho St.
Paul's Episcopal Guild trill' bo hold at
tho homo of Mrs. O. D. Burke, to
morrow afternoon at 2:30. It Is
hoped all mo'mbors will bo present:
,FOIt XOT IIEIXd ABLE TO PIIOP
"lllfLY i'AIT"l!I'OX THE TIIRONO
OF PEOPLE wilO ATT!NI)KD OUlt
SALE A'ESTERDAV, BUT ASSUItE
- . fc
YOU THAT WE ARE NOW PRE-'
PARED, WITH A LARGIHl FOnCH
O, SAIjES LADIES, TO HANDLE
THE FUTURE TRADE.' ' ""
1IAXY OF THE HARGAINS
WHICH PIMXNIHHED DUItlNGTHE,
linLY PART OF THE SALE HAVE
BERN HEPIiACED BY IHOOBIt"
BARGAINS JSVERY BAY, AS THB'
ENTIRB STOCK IS AT YOUB
MERCY, l , ( 1 1 I
should always be
possible by the
firm who origin
all y furnished
you with your
, Glasses, in fair
ness to them and
fo insure absoU
Our factory o n
the premises en
ables us to re
lenses when ne
. cessary while
H. J. WINTERS.
Phone 149-W 712-714 Main
Keep Insurance in
Klamath Falls at
Its Present Rating
If your wiring it in poor condition or you
have new work to be done, call us on the
phone. 1 You will filid our prices right
and our work of the very best.
We will be at our old location about Nov.
1st. Until that time call 234.
COMET ELECTRIC Co.
Electrical Conveniences Bring Happiness.
MOOSE HALL, EVERY WEDNESDAY AND
Admission includes war tax. and the evening's
dancing. Ladies free, war tax 5c. Best music in town.
Houston-Filz' Syncopated Orchestra