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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 18, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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, 12b, 610. ti2, after deducting nil e
reuses for operation, taxes etc In-
' tcrest on bond ami borrow oil 1110110
nggiogatod $15,459.S3" 3, which
with a pension fuml contribution of
$212,000. left net profits of $IS 21 T
News fy 7
I I M. A'J
NOT 60 HUNGRY :
YANKS OF EUROPE
HUGE ICE HARVEST
CHICAGO, Jon 1! -Armour ind
Company! annual report Jint Issued
nhovvod n record voluino of $Ml,00i
000 for tbo fiscal e.nr of 191 com
pared with $575,000,000 In 1917. uid
net Incomp of $15,000,000. The re.
port dorlnrod that notwithstanding
record high piites for the companv'.s
product, and n record volume. -cord
low profit? were poduced
The net Income for the fiscal joar
Of 191S was $15.247..s37.S.!. repre
fcinting a return of 1 4 7 per cent cu
tommon stock, after making provi
sion for dividends on preferred stock
With the exception of $2.000 000
pnld in dividend to common str-1-holders,
the.balanco of oer $13,000,
000 re-Invested in the business.
The net profits represented a .
ti'rn of 9 per cent on the average act
capital Invested In all lines, but t'ue
Income from the meat food btisiues-.
limited by the government to 9 ,.er
cent fell to about half that rate
Th net profit on total -volume lim-'
Ited to 2.5 per cent was only l.'J
.int. nn n nh .If, 111,' tt cio.f '
iruifl Kilt VUtll ..uii.,1 .. c?u. a
We. arc helplefcs In tin matter of
reducing prices." said .1 Ogdcn Ar
mour, head of the conco-n In the
statement. They are high betauss
of the heights to whien liveitocl. and
Ihrr have gonj" Our labor roi.ts
la 1 year were $20 C0C n-Ui more thMi
the preceding yea The same n tm-Ijp-
of pounds or lies!c -ost ps 1:1
191S $100,000,000 more than in
The income account showed $26-
SPOKANK. Wash. Jan Us -The
TO I US, (Corros'.vmdonco cf the
Associated Pi omO Wltoove goes
tiungi.v in Kurope this white" It will
'iot be the American soldiers Tho
dull) stocks In hand reported h (ho
Scott Thompson Is moving
annual Ice harvest of the northwest. 0i artermasters Department of th"
during which It Is estimated that at
least 200,000 tons will be stored 'n
the Inland Empire for the use of in-
American Kxpedlttoiwv For-'ss tflves
an Idea of supplies only when It It
remembered, they repiesent ieioiv.es
dnstrial concerns and railroads and ,,c,(, ,,etwcon ,,,,,. consumption au.l
ice retailers. Is under wav. with a
1 rolonged period of freezing weather
More than 123,000 tons of Ice is
required annuitllv bj two trnn-on-tineutal
railroads on their western
lines Murh of this Is cut at Itook
ijiVe, Idaho. Otler Lake, in British
Columbia, Sprague. Wash , Cocolala
Idaho, Ilomestake. Mont., and points
In Minnesota Much of the Ice used
by local cnocerns Is harvested at
Blanchard. Idaho, and contracts for
other northwestern railroads also are
Probably about 1,500 men will be
required to get In the ice harvest of
the present season in this territory
arrivals known to bo enroll! 1 Pota
toes furnish a striking ovimphi. The
stock In hand at the last lepiut-vvas
s 200 noo pounds and vol the Amort-i-iii
foi cos are recelvlig 30 000 :ons
of potatoes a month vhlc.l makes
60.000,000 pounds ehlef'v irom lnv
land Potatoes being pe'-lsiuibV it
would not be wise to kep ilou'Jl" tie
dally stocks lu hand. Othi'ii "vrre
as follows 1
Fresh i-fef, Ifi.tiOO ooo pounds,
tinned beef, 23.70U.O00 pnuiidi, tin-
hulldlngs of the Malory ranch which!
he recently purchased from Robert
II I) Moirlson and family spout
Sutitla) wltb Mrs J. It. Klllott
Mr. Frank Klllott fiom Kansas Is
spending the winter with his brother
J. R. Klllott. The latter has been
called to tho Agency to operate the
store during the Illness of Mrs. Or
vlllo Klllott, who has tho Influenza.
O 1). Grlnle and family spent Suu-(
da.v afternoon at the home of W, 1). 1
Mr Killer sustained nulto a loss
the filet of tho week hi having a J
large nmoiiut of hay burnctt. Wo
neil bacon, 26,300.000 iomiuIs; tinned nre told the loss was uuuul three
salmon. 9.440,000; flour IU6.000.- thousand dollars. I
The Malls and celling of the W
ilth Printing Company are ti-inp
cleaned and whitewashed at the
hands of Browne Brothers
A XXOVXCKM KXT
000 pounds; oatmeal. 2 onn.oop
pounds, cornmeal, 6,000,0u pouuiii;
drj beans, 26,000,000 ..nmds- baked
beans. 27.000.000 primli tUo, .v.
000,000 pounds; onions, 1,000 i'f'0
peunds: tomatoes. 36,000. '".00
pounds. Jams. 2.000.000 p-jriids:
prunes, 2.000,000 poui.ils; sugar. 2V
000,000 pounds !
This list does not include otner
O K Hunt was a Klamnth Pnlt.i
visitor a few dah last won't.
Mrs. C M. Klrkpatrluk ..tut Mrt. II.
K Wilson received the Mid new l,t
week of the death of their fitlier, A
Turner of Klamath Kails. Mr Turn
er had suffered a great deal 'or sov-
oral jears and while S1I4 doaCi was
expected It was n shock to the family '
and they have the sjmp.Uiiv of all In
, foods running be)o-id a ra.liiou
The regular meeting of the Worn- pounds like dried vei;etn.iles. svr.ip. their bereavement,
an's Relief Corps will not be held on hrrnn in bulk, hard tack, l.oniinv J ti,m . ,,ii,.,r. nt n,..,,r.,..i
Monday afternoon on account of the 1 ,. , ., ,.. .,i, , ,. n ,a , , . . ... . , .
Influenza. The Corps has a few knit-! drIed nnd fre3h. fr ,lt3 CJ wcU. head of sheep. cnttTq and horses Hc.j
ted articles on hand and anyone wish- cneese. macaroni, oiuiur anil inin. lug fed the abundant crop of alfilfa
lng to secure them to send to the
boys In the camps can do so bv ap
plying to Mrs. Ida Grimes, Chair
man of the Wool .Committee or Mrs
Carey Ramsby, President of the Re
aito am:smax i.kavks
and grain hay In this section.
Wood hauling seems to tho
THE MAN WHO BUYS CHEAP GOODS TO
SAVE MONEY IS LIKE THE MAN WHO
STOPS THE CLOCK TO SAVE TIME
fi There is no consistency in the act of a person
who attempts to save money in the purchase of
drugs or the compounding of a prescription.
fl In some lines of business price may well be
featured as a talking point, but in the drug busi
ness, quality, regardless of price, should be the
' We handle pure, potent drugs, and guarantee
the quality of everything sold, and the prices
which we charge are as low as those asked else
where for a similar quality of goods.
If The same high standard which we place on
drugs also applies to our drug sundries and
various side lines.
ft If you are a careful buyer we solocit your
w "v ju.AriAi n taujS uttxiiun
I Pvwl'-f y J
WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE
BUY TMtlR DRUGS
W K. Burdett of the Mitchell Lew- order of tho day while tho roads aro
is and Staven Company of Portlind, l such fine condition,
who has been here for several dajs.j Tno Sccretnry of tho Water users
left this morning for Williamette Association had quite an experience
j Valley points He is In the auto de-' , ,,s secton wiIon ,8 FrU went
partment and reports thnt business back on ,,,m ntu, n ord(r (0 Rct ,hp .
is good I necessary papers at their several
'ota.t. w . rr. ota , . i-oxrTr! Precincts in tlmo for the Irrigation
, 1UU LA1L lJ lLAoolr I election ho walked several miles and
flMitll. .aoVnil II f, UMIann'd vnnnl.
Pni! SAI.V Prnnn nrcrnn n-iirth """" --" " o .iitii,
SI'S! will lra.li. fnr a 150 I.lhertv '," vv iison iowinB nun aim IMS car IO
Bend. 904 Main street. 18-4t Merrill
KLAMATH STATE BANK
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Is now six months old. ami on our part wo have en
deavored to inakf your business relations with us
satisfactory, as a satisfied custonu'r is really the best
and only advertisement.
Laying all benefits to us aside, there is only one
way to save money, and that is "to not spend it," and
the best way to keep from spending it is to not have
it with you.
Therefore, start a Savings Account at our Hank.
Small as well as large accounts are appreciated
by us. Get the habit of paying your bills by check
KLAMATH STATE BANK
"SOLID AS A ROCK"
The New -Bank. Located corner 6th and Main
WANTED To rent furnished ranch:
can give good references. Inquire
at 1429 Oregon avenue. 18-3t
Spltzenberg apples, $2.45 a box
for a few days.
17-2t SUNSET GROCERY.
T T T
William Randolph llt'iimi'd
Having laudi'd lu I'rance, Prmldeut
Wilson ma luiiieud to hind on Cer
inany - Chicago I)all News
Tatfn are lieiiv), but not an hr-ivy
as tho cropii Washington Pout
The HolK'IIIollnriH anil the loollct
a'e Hiirr the war Is over S)i artist-lleiald
FIGHT OF HUNS
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Everything in the Line
of Good Eats
Try Our Pastry The Best
610 Main Klamath Falls
I LONDON, Jan IS -A story or pro
I paganda that proved a boomerang
has reached London from Frame lu
the closing stages of tho war when
the Hermans were surrendering in
largo numbers, a British Intelligence
officer was greeted by a group uf
prisoners with cries of "Hot mriil.
Tho officer showed surprise, but
tho Germans continued to shout,
("Hot meal!" and rub their stum
I "Nothing doing In hot meals," the
'officer replied. I
Thereupon the Germans pulled out
leaflets carefully hidden 'away lu
their clothos, and cried, "Ticket fur,
hot meal ticket'"
Tho leaflets, apparent! illstrlhu
ted from the air. Informed Fritz tl r i
If ho came. In and surrender d he
would get a hot meal i
In brief, military language t h
British officer told the Germans that '
lie know nothing of tho origin of the
leaflets and that there must bo a )
mistake, but the Germans came bnclcj
"Engliahmon alwaya keep their
word. Hot meal! Coupon for hut'
According to the story, nothing re-'
malncd for that British dlvlHlnh hut
to get to work at once and proparu
hot food for tho hungry prisoners
streaming In, thereby considerably
slowing up the advance at that point. I
nf tlin tlnn if
For a few days only, Spltzeuburg
apples, 2.4S a box. Phono 200 '
17-21 SUNSET GROCER V. I
SUNDAY, JANUARY 19, 1919
SPECIAL DINNER, 75c
Color) mi llramh Rlpu Olives
Cream uf Chicken
I'ruHh Crab on .MujouiiuIhii
llakeil Halibut. Creole Kuuio
Chicken I'rlniHHce, Hleafti Dumplings
Wnl, Smile. Tried Sweet Potatoes
Small Tenderloin Slunk, CiiHsnrolu
Voting Chicken, Oydliir DrcnttliiK
Leg or Pork, Apple Hauco
Prime Rii.ihi of lleiif, nu Juh
Slur ToiiiuIoch MunIipiI PolatouM
.Mini (i Pie, Klamath Wlno Sullen
Applo Plo Amurlcun CIioohu
BOBBIE WARD Prop.
427 Main Street
Opening Monday, January 20
-No Advance in Prices-
"UNDER FOUR FLAGS"
Third Official Government War Film
Five Solid Reels of Vivid Scenes Filmed by Photog
raphers of the United Signal Corps, United States Navy
and Allied Armies of the Last Great Battles Leading to
the Downfall of Germany