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FRtDAT. MAY B. M
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
V. It. ttOCliK-.JMJtor Mrt PrtH
H. R. HtlJi. City
.Published dally asoapt SMdajr, by
Tlio Herald Publishing Company of
Klamath Falls, at 119 Eighth ttreet.
Kntorcd at the postofflco at Klam
ath Falls, Oro for transmission
through tho malls ao second-class
MBMnER OF TUB ASSOCIATED
Thn Associated Press U excluslve
lv entitled to tho use for publica
tion of all news dispatches' credited
to it, er not otherwise credited la
this paper, and alto the local news
POSTAL IMPROVEMENT WEEK
May 1 to 6 Hints to the Public
FRIDAY, MAY A, 1088
Jungwlnti v. .lunjorlrtti
Undertaking on appeal nna' filed
this morning In tho illvorco case of
Wyma against P. P.. Jungnlrth, tried
before Judpo Stone March i, 1923,
In which a decree of divorce was
granted to Wyma Jungwlrth. As soon
as the transcript of the record Is com
pleted It will bo tiled wltM thc su
premo court for consideration.
10 KINK out of ten rcpubllcin
votors In Klamath county we
cnturc to say that tho namo of
Ralph Williams mean nothing at
all. Yet for fourteen years Wil
liams has been tho Oregon member
of tho national republican commit
tee, tho voice and Tote of Oregon
lans In national political affairs.
Fourteen years of non-accom-pllrhment
have worn the patience
of Oregon business men, and this
year Williams Is opposed for re
election by O. II. FIthlan, Portland
niefclmiit. Vhoo platform has a
ring of promise.
A national committeeman can be
far more than a figurehead, and
FIthlan promises. It elected, that
ho will do certain definite things
for tho development of Oregon.
Klamath county Is especially In
terested In his promise to secure
war finance corporation aid for
farmers and stockmen.
Tho opposing platforms are con
trasted In a recent article by Henry
M. Hanr.cn. political editor of the
Portland Telegram, and a comparl
kon of his analysis with the official
platforms submitted by the' candi
dates to tho secretary of state,
shows 'that Hansen has stuck to the
rocord In measuring the merits of
the men. This Is his summing-up:
FIthlan Is a progressive republican
and Is seeking the office on a con
structive platform promising party
loyalty, and faithful public service
to the state.
Williams Is a reactionary, and Is
seeking re-election 0n a political
platform promising merely party
FIthlan promises ta "loyally rap
port the principle of the Reputli
can party," and also to consdentl
interests. r v -(
Williams promise "tV chaatpioa
those principle for. "which the J-
pdbllcan party stands," and there
his platform stop.
FIthlan 's conception of the duties
of national committeeman la two
fold loyalty -to his party, but ever
and abore all service to the people.
Williams' conception of the du
ties of a national committeeman is
purely political fealty to party,
and its organization.
FIthlan promises "to work In
harmonious co-operation with Ore
gon's delegation in congress."
Williams bas never worked In
harmony with the delegation, and
makes no promise In his platform
that be will endeavor to do so 'In
FIthlan promises t0 do hi ut
most, to' assist, the Oregon deter
tlon to obtain, legislation for the re
lief of Oregon's farmers and lire-
.Williams has never lifted a finger
to-aid either of them, and promises
nothing for them in his platform.
FIthlan promises to aid the Ore
con delegation to secure for Ore
Kou farmers their just share of loans
from the war finance corporation.
Vllllams has never offered to
aid them, and In his platform
makes no pledges along that line
fur. tho future.
FIthlan favors a nutlon-wlde
Wllllunw Is silent on that 'all Im
portant political tBsue in bis plat
Flthluu declares himself "heart
ily In favor" of "prompt" and "Just
recognition of ull war veteran.
Williams is aUo silent on this
great Issue of human rights now
ondlug before congress.
.Fjthlan favor "equal rights for
women within the republican
Williams' platform is also silent
un this big political question.
WUson vs. Klamath Mint
Roy N. Fouch, on behalf of John
D. Wilson, tiled suit" In tho circuit
court this morning on n promissory
note for $69. 00 with Interest at 6
per cent from December 16, 1921,
against tho Klamath Mint company,
as principal, and J. W, Siemens, F. A.
Raker, and John X. Davis as ondors
'era on the note.. Tho action also asks
for $300 attorneys fees and costs.
PORTLAND, May 6. The tempor
ary Injunction against longshoremen
picketing was continued In effect un
til neat Thursday by tho circuit court
today when Seneca Fonts, the long
shoremen's attorney. Informed the
court he had not received a copy of
the complaint upon which the order
was Issued Monday.
Are We Pleasing You?
Patrons of this office are entitled to and must receive
prompt, efficient and courteous service
If you think our methods or conduct can be improved,
the Postmaster mants to hear about it, personally.
JAHN A. McCALL,
! These are the last words in our business policy,
up to them, but continually trying to improve ther
We are not only trying to live
them for your benefit.
ASK TONGUE TO QUIT
Charge Made Agatsutt Chairman of
Rrpablkaa Central Committee
PORTLAND. May V Charging
that Thomas H. Tongue, chairman ct
the republican state central commit
tee has violated "tho principles of
the republican party" and "tho Amer
ican spirit of fair pliy." by using tho
'power of his organisation," to elect
Ralph E. Williams as national com
mitteeman, republicans from all sec
tions of thc state have forwarded
to Tongue a petition asking him to
resign and that tho committee elect
a neutral chairman to succeed him.
O. U. FIthlan Is a candldato against
Williams and the petition charges
that Tongue Is signing as chairman
of the committee for literature Issued
'for William and is trying to whip
the committee machinery Into line for
RAUJIOAD. ADDITION lot for sale.
em Springstreet, price $550 or of
fer lot It B.U. Taiie 25 by 12S. Kin-.
Idred, 5661 Grove street. Oakland,
""- IO f J 1- T I ftfJ"" w
v jsuwaPA d 7 i L r t
1 Arf'lf't' OJ:7 MAIN 5T. J 3i' f
I A complete lino of Children's Hal In Handed Suitors and I
I Fancy ll.it,, for the little Kiddies I
A most rollablo
remedy for itlliueutH
of the liter For
prompt relief of head-,
nnd other nllmenU
caused by f unity llier
iietlmi. Regular price,
Crcme Oil Soap
4 Cakes 25c
All excellent Minim
In,i for tho linlr,
nut nil. A four
nil ii co handy tiprlti
kin lop bottle.
Special q Q
LOST iWaterman Fountain pen, No.
52. Finder notify (1. M. Raymond,
court house. Howard. 4-6
!. . . . .
lost liotween 4th St. and Link;
rlvur bridge ,ono starting rrauk'
for Oldsmobllo car. Finder kindly re-'
turn to Ilaldwln srdwaro company
and rccelxo reward. 1-6
LOST Tuesday pvenlnc. man's lilcv-
cle. Was left on corner 6th & Main. I
Your grocery orders aro appreciat
ed nt J. K. Kmtors & Co. 23-39
Plcaso return to Arthur Holeo, Phono ( FOR SALK Fifty head stock cattle
0. 4-5 t. K. lloggs. Lorella, Oro. 29-5
FOR RKNT 2 nicely furnished 'silOK REPAtRINQ Jack Frost. 119 J
rooms. 1135 Pine. $13 and $15. 4-0 I S. Sixth St. 17lf ?
DODOK CAR For sale or will trado
for lata model Ford. Hoi 111, .Mer
rill, Oro. 4-5
12 00 WliltliiK-AdnniH lath
er liruili; bristles set In
rubber and giiarnnteed
not to shed. Special l 59
CnlgtitnV Shaving Stick,
Powder or Cream S5c
William's SlialiiK Stick,
Ponder or Cream 36c
Woodbury' Shmlng Stick 35c
Iteiall Shaving Stick, Pnw.
der or Cream ,15c
Pnlmolho Shnvlng Cream 35c
Krnnk'a Luther Cream 35c
Menntn'u Shaving Cream 50o
Slyptlo Pencils loc
llenlluineii s After Slnite
'I'alciini Powder 25r
After-SliaMng Lotion 45c
llarniony Lilac Vegetal
Hhuvlng Lotion , li.;o
Ailtostrop ' Valet ' Safety
lt-wor 1 1 on
(lllletie llrounle S.lfnty
Raiors $i no
Colgate's llarber liar loc
Pure Food Specials
COr Opeko Coffee, full
pound pneknges . 2forillc
65c Opeko Tea, pound
package . . 2 for 66c
The manufacturer rained tho
Pi Ice to nit, and no tiro
rompelled In pan It along.
4iic Lemon Kilract ..2for4t
40c Vanilla Kitr.tcl, extra
Hiring 'j for lie
3 Co U)iiioiid's Inn Pnw
dercd Cocoa 2 for 3flc
15c Cooking ClinriitHip.
a -pound rike 2for3e
25c Hplcej, lllark Pepper.
Nutmeg, (linger, All
kplce, Cluiiniuon 2 for 26c
$1.25 Trtiflnr Toilet Water,
Hone, Lily, Wlntarlu,
Lilac, Arbutus, Violet.
Trim (lower odors, Spe
Dorlli llouge 6()c
DJerklK Kongo 65e
Jouteil ItnilgK , 6llc
Pouipolan lllooiii .. fine
Plver's Faco Powder $1 mi
Javu lllce Powder till?
,rmimd' Pare Powder 50r
Pouipolan Day Cream rtiic
Tlientrlral Cold Cream, full
pound tin h5c
lllud'n Honey .mil Aliuoud
Cream .. 6ic
Pi nd'a Vanishing Cream 35e
t'reint lllcay.i 05e
A)er'n I.IUlirlil !''
Kruiik Lemon Cream 110"
Orlennl Cream $1 50
FOR RKNT Cabin furnished A-l.
Seo Dick, 240 Ilroad St. 4-6
FOR BALE Cheap. Roo car In first-
class condition new tires, etc.
Worth $700 will tako $125 cash. M.
Elnarsnn at McDonald s pool room.
I Fllif. NCIIOUIj UK MUHIU
-rresoni enrollment J pupils.
9 There Must Ite a Reason
For tho fact that our present enroll-, X
inont Is the largest ever held by a
school In Klamath county. Complete i
course on tho piano In SO lesions.
Course starts at any time. Enroll now.
Studio 306-309 Winters' Uldg. 20tf
STAR DRUG CO.
FIFTH AND MAIN STREETS
Swedish select certified seed oats,
ion iota ZYi cts; tots quantity 3 ct.
'J. A. Rushone. Klamath Vail. Orn.
HAn ... .. .-...... . . t. . -" : - - - - .
tun haub. tneap. rracucaiiy now-KOn. Call at Murpbey'a Feed store,
usuy ureriauu ivv. .uo urcuaru
twwwwsrVMAIL ORDERS FILLED PROMPTLY
FOR SALS' Household goods. 511
.8. Sth St. 3-5
124 S. th St.
HAN AND WFE Want any kind
of work. Rox134, Herald office.
FORWENT Vacuum cleaner by the
hour. Comet Electric Co. S
PORTLAND, May C. Cattle and
hogs, steady; sheep steady. Spring
lambs f0c higher, 114 to $14.50.
Eggs.and butter, steady.
FOR SALE Maxwell touring car,
good running condition 1150.00,
and Ford bug, good running- condi
tion, 1150.00. Can see car at 1226
Lookout street, any time. 5-6
FOR SALE A few pieces household
furniture, typewriter and garden
tool. Cheap. 1163 Lincoln St. 5-C
FOR RENT Modern room house,
furnace, garage. Phono 284W. fi-G
Any of the lady friends of Mrs.
Henrietta Laughton who wish to see
Mr. Laughton In regard to Mrs.
Latagatoa'a affair can' do so at the
Beauty Parlor Saturday afternoon.
MR. F. R. LAUGHTON 5
FOR RENT One 3-room apt. In
quire Lawrence Cigar store, 3-6'
1 molding machine man.
1 Rcsaw man,
1 Frost feed, planer feeder.
4 L. operators.
Address M. J. Foley, Sllvorton,
FOR RENT 2 room apt. partly fur
nished. Steam heat, hot and cold
water, bath. Also one sleeping room.
Swanson Bldg., 625 Main. 3-C
APPROVE COAL DILL
WASHINGTON. D. C, May 6.
A favorablo report was mado by tho
houso labor rommltteo on the liland
bill to jcreato a coal Industry In
SIMMONS lll'CKH TAIlll'K
WASHINGTON. 1). C. May 6
Senator Simmons, democratic lead
er, declared today that the minor
ity would fight tho flexible provl- j
sioiik oi me inrut mil us unronsti
Herald classified ad pay yot.
FOR SALE Toulouse ganders, $2,-
CO. Well-bred birds. Wrlto box 27.
Fort Klamath. 2-8
Vacuum cleaners rented
hour. Comet 'Electric Co.
Redmond Slsters-Tumalo high
way to be resurfaced with gravel.
WAKE UP AND PAINT UP
Paint, ready mixed, $3.00 per gal
lon. 30c bottle Liquid Veneer free,
with every gal. Lead and pure 'Lin
seed oil $3.75 per gallon. Tho kind
we use. Shingle stain $1.10 per gal.,
and up. Any shade. Insldo flat, whlto,
any shade or tint. Will mako a black
board whlto at on coat. Trado with
us and we both mako money. W. E. &
3. E. Patterson, 630 S. Cth. 2-8
FOR RENT Nicely furnlshod front
room. Hath and phono. 512 N. 9th
E. R. CARPENTER. Painter and
Paperbanger. Phone 27CJ
Herald raaslflcd ads mean the best FOR SALE Short-horned bull, took
results nulrlr! I " I)r,ra nt fa,r la,,t ear a'' a
results, QUICK) '...,. t,l J p Knmnn near Ktuk.
. . 1 el bridge. 1-C
TRY SULPHUR 8N
Cost utile and Overcome Trouble
Almoitt Over Night
TRUE BITE TEETH
THE TEETH WITH THE GOLD PINS
Tho most natural looking and tho best plato work mado.... iib.ihj
22-Carat Gold Crowns and llrldguwork -Puro
Gold Fillings and Pure Gold Inlays...
22-Carat Gold Inlay Bridges ..
,'J.OO per Toolh
2.ftO to 9.1.00 Each
All Extractions Froo with Plato Work
91.00 per Toolh
Our newly Installed X-Ray Outfit makes better X-Ray
Pictures of your Teeth for . ,
IIE.MEMIIER THIS That every piece of work that leaves this
office Is covered with on Iron-Clad Guumtitun.
DR. PATTERSON. DR. WARREN
Weed, California Plio"o VSJ
Serving the Public
Is Our Greatest
We have just lidded more new shelving
that we might increase our service.
Our stock is enlarged so that we can fill
your orders promptly and correctly.
Wo are stocking that famous S. & W. line
of good foods. They are always right.
Fresh Strawberries thc latest addition to
our complete line of Fresh Fruits and
HURRY CASH GROCERY
521 Main St.
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
Any breaking out of the sklneven
fiery, itching eczema, can be quickly
overcome by applying Mentho-SuJ-pbur,'
declares a noted skin specialist.
Because of Itc germ destroying prop
erties, this sulphur proparatlon In
stantly brings ease from skin Irri
tation, soothes and heals the eczema
right up and leaves the skin clear
It seldom falls to relieve the tor
ment without delay. Sufferers from
akin trouble should obtain a small
Jar of Mlentho-Sulphiir from any good
druggist and use It Iko cold cream.
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MURPHETS SEED STORE
124 South Sfrth gtrttt , t Phww ,vtf , ,s
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