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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 5, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FA
WEDNESDAY, I'EIIIU ARV ft, hum
of Incomparable Sorlce
Non-Oimpctitn o Prlco
Where People of Good
610 Main Klamath Falls
TAN CALF SHOES, $3.90 $4.50
Tan calfskin blucher shoes, with two full soles
and heavy calf uppers; made for hard wear.
and heavy calf uppers. All seams reinforced;
made for hard wear. Sizes 1 to 2, $3.90. Sizes
2Y2 to 6, $4.60.
BOYS' BLACK CALF SHOES, $3.25 $3.75
Good plump calf uppers and two full soles and
reinforced seams make these especially good shoes
for rough wear. Sizes 1 to 2, $3.25; and sizes 2Y2
to 6, $3.75.
BOYS' AND YOUTHS' SHOES, $2.40
One lot of boys 'and youths' black calf shoes,
lace style, made with heavy coles and medium
heavy uppers. Practically all sizes 1 to 6.
American Boy Shfce, black, tan, brown; Good
year welts; English last6. The finest boys' shoe
made in America, $4.50 and $5.00.
Many Other Good Specials in Boys' Shoes
THE MODERN SHOE STORE
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal. Feb. 3.
has come Into proniinoncc thru th
introduction in Congress of n bill
looking to tho purchase of thut
"Uaja" California, rejected by tho
United Stntes after the War with
Mexico as "the tall-end of an earth
tiunke." though recognized as rich
in natural resources Is least known,
according to the few who have man
a scientific study of the peninsula, of
any area of similar size in tho west
Lower California, romantically
styled "The Mother of California",
has figured In modern history for
100 years. It was In t("27 that tho
Spanish captain-general, Fornando
Corter, sent one of llalhoa's veterans,
Alvera de Sanvedrn from Tehuantep
ec, on tho west coast of Mexico, with
Instructions to try to find a strait
supposes at that time to form a link
In a route from Mexico, or New
Spain as It was then known, to tho
newly discovered Spice Islands,
to later generations as the
T num. ...I
Instead of taking a page ad. to tell you
HOW MUCH YOU CAN SAVE
We are going to give it to you in merchandise. We
have bought all the BEST, and HAVE ALL SIZES.
NO CAMOUFLAGED REDUCTIONS, but REAL
ONES. EVERYTHING IN OUR STORE GOES.
Boss ot the Road Dress Shirts
OVERALLS STANDARD MAKES
BIB, $2.05 $1.05 UP
HATS TAILOR MADE
and we know Hats O L 1 I O
$2.95 UP $17.00 UP
DREW & MERRILL
D. & M. CLEANING CO.
Sixth and Main. Phone 30
From Cortez tonic down to the
present there have passed In review
thru the pages of Lower California's
history Spanish conquerors, Jesuits,
Dominicans and Franciscans. ind
plunderers from many lands; uni
ted States troops during tho War
with Mexico filibusters Intent on sott
ling up an Independent government,
supremacy In Mexlcos' national ad
and lastly the contending factions for
ministration since the overthrow of
Porflrio Diaz zas President.
It was Diaz who bestowed on Low
er California, a title of Pobre Baja
California," descriptive of her condi
tion In recent years and which trans
lated Is "Poor Lower California."
Diaz's description fits the country
just as well as to its topgraphlcal as
pect, and In some other respects, for
It Is a Jagged peninsula. 760 miles
long, varying In width from 30 to
X50 miles, and traversed thruout Its
length by an Irregular ranges of bar
ren mountains of volcanic origin,
breaking oft abruptly on the gulf
side and rambling off In a series of
low hills to the Pacific Coast. It has
been described by Its most recent ex
plorer as "A land great in Its past
and lean In Its present. A land
where the rattlesnake and tho side
winder, the tarantula and the scorpln
multiply, and where sickness Is un
known and fivescore years no uncom
mon span of life. A land of strange
While a territorial state of Mex
ico, It nowhere touches other Mexican
soil, being separated from the main-
Those present at the sewing room,
Monday, Jan. 27. Mrs. L. E. Sulll-'
Tuesday, Jan. 28. Mesdamcs ,
Percy Evans, L. E. Sullivan, O. D.
Wednesday, Jan. 29. Mesdamcs
C. E. Riley,, O. W. Robertson , E. T. '
HIgglnson, D. M. Smith, L. E. Sulll-j
Thursday, Jan. 30. Mesdnmes AI-.
len Stansbie, L. E. Sullivan. i The Women's Mlstiiinury Society!
Friday, Jan. 31. Mesdames Percy of the Christian church will moot ut
F.vnna f5 f! Mitchell. O. A. Bellman. ' Z:3U tomorrow in mo nomo ni .Mrs
LDan Ryan, D. M. Smith, Miss Gladys ',, ,
SCHOOL SHOES FOR BOYS
Sturdy, well-made shoes for boys who are going
to school the red-blooded youngsters who romp
and play afterwards. And, better still, we special
ize in fitting shoes to growing feet That is why so
many parents buy all school shoes here.
Klamath bounty News '
Mr. and Mrs. Dawson, and Grand
ma Cheyne spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Stewart.
Mr. and Mrs. Depuy and sons,
Babe and Elzie and Mr. and Mrs. Ad
thur Schrelner took dinner with Mr.
and Mrs. E. A. Schrelner Sunday.
Mr. Kern of the Keno Power Co.
held a meeting at the Spring Lake
School house to talk about bringing
the electric lights over In this neigh
borhood. The Dawson children visited with
the Schrelner children Sunday.
Several of tho boys of this district
attended a Boy Scout meeting at
Herb Phillips Friday evening with
tho Intention of joining tho scouts.
First, our herd Is 50 per cent
Jersey; hecond, they are tubercular
tested; third, the milk In handled by
ourselves, and wo are determined to
give clean milk to our customers.
Tho price of hay Is on the decline;
therefore, beginning February 10th,
1919, we will charge as follows'
1 qt. milk, per mo., 30 dayB....$ 4 00
2 qt. milk, per mo 30 days.... 7.50
3 at. milk, per mo., 30 days.... 11.00
4 qt. milk, per mo., 30 dayH.,.
1 pt. milk, per mo., 30 days....
pt. tab. crm, dally, 30 days .
A Pt- whP- crm., Hlnblo dellv.
1 pt. whp. crm., slnglo dellv. ..
' pt. tab. crm, single dellv, .
1 pt. tab. crm., single 'dellv ..
Uqt. and 1 pt. milk, dally, mo...6.2S
1 qt. milk , pt. tab. crm, mo... 9.00
1 pt. milk, Vt Pt. tab. crm., mo... 7.00
Vi pt. tab. crm, 10c, or per mo... 3.00
1 Dt. milk Vi. pt. tab. crm., mo... 5.25
Bottles must be put out daily to
land by tho water of tho Colorado
river and tho Gulf of California In
1910 tho population of tho entire pen
Insula was given at 52,2-14. There
is but one railroad In tho country,
aRldo from "wheezy" mine trnmtuny?,
and that one from Mexlcall to Vumn,
but 63 miles In length. The "cam
Inos" or roads, of the mission days
have fallen Into wretched state and
In many places have been practically
The peninsula Is rich In mineral
wealth, at least one of Its stiver
mines In the touthern district, hav
ing been operated since 17 IS. gold,
silver. Iron, coal, lead, gypsum and
salt are found, valunblo marble for
building Is everywhere abundant
Mining experts agree that tho mineral
resources have hardly been scratched
Cactus and mcsqults have glvon
place In valleys where Irrigation hns
been possible to the cultivation of
deciduous fruits, figs, dates, cereals,
and vegetables, altlufall Is scanty
and Insufficient to support cgctn
tlon. Tobacco, cotton, grapes, sugar
cane and tiatlvo melons are grown.
Horses, cattle and sheep In limited
numbers are found, in the most fer
WIN HIGH HONORS.
WASHINGTON. D. C. Feb. 4 -The
War Department has awarded
Congressional medals of honor of tlio
highest military decoration to two
officers and nineteen enlisted men
of tho army in France.
NOTICE, K. OK I". MEETING I
Special meeting Wednesday, Feb
ruary 5th, at 7:30 p. in. Important; ;
please attond Chester C. Cleveland,
C. C. . 4-2t
DANCE FRIDAY AT ELKS
There will be a ilnnco Friday evc;i-
Ing at the Elks Club, at which un
usually fine music wl'.I bo fernlMied
All Ell-s are urged to bo prcs-int f.-jl
Local Red Cross
.. Activities ..
THE MAJORITY OF FARMERS
In Klamath County trade with us when in town, and
send us their mail orders at other times. There are
two pricipal reasons for their preference quality
All Standard Stock Foods are
Kept at Our Store
Everything in stock foods for horses, cattle, sheep
and swine. Standard brands that keep stock henlthy,
fat and productive. Chicken food that will make
hens lay and .a complete line of Veterinary reme
dies, the best that can be obtained.
Planting time will soon be here,
and, as usual, we will have FULL
STRENGTH Formaldehyde on
sale. Costs no more than inferior
grades, and gives best results.
Why hesitate about vaccinating
your stock when for the small sum
of ten cents you practically insuro
an animal? Our Vacine is fresh
and reliable. always.
Ol 1 Send us your name and address, with six cents to pay
IDwCslcLl postage, and we will mail you FREE a large box of In
ternational Poultry Tonic regular 35c size. Makes hens healthy
and increases the production of eggs.
Wv KLAMATH FALLS OREGON w I
V ' WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE llll
I Powrr I BUY THEIH DRUGS UccdITacvI
Members and friends In-
Hern: to he started.
Saturday. Feb. 1. Mesdamcs Geo
St. Paul's Episcopal Guild will hold
PORTLAND. Feb. f. A statement i
that u $1.000,0i) .syndicate has been
organized which will riili'linito
Ice wtirt le'i'iitly nilido public The
plniies lined for this purpose will iic
toiiimodute II) piiHHimgeiN or tarry
'cargo of lommoiiHUinte we'glit The)
will be eiiulppeil wllh all modern
, convenient es ami tnnoltirh run be nit
on XIII'.hI (if II lllilrfilli-lilv 1'r, III ri, liil.ln
Humphrey.' D. M. Smith, Gilbert ' cooked food and kitchen apron sale; Jlny if, the birth of periiiiiiieni aerial trip Nominal rule,,' will be a utriniK
Fleet, G. C. Mitchell. Fred Fleet. Ida "oaVX"'X.Tnooi. fi'st "3B8e"ur W '"'"'"
Gibson, Miss Gladys Pitcher,
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
NICE CLEAN ROOMS Palace room-! will meet at tho home of Mrs. Churlm!
tins ' ImliKi.'inmit fur this mode of trawl
been Issued by Captain Ilenjumlii P mill irtinteit will l,(. mntle. should tli'
Tomorrow uftornoon ut 2. SO p. in.. Llpsner, whose restitution n the sit- i.lane arrive latu at Its point of de
will be held the reular ineetliiK of npHnt,,,,,!,,,,, , ,i, rii im.u n ii.i.iii,,,,
I'Utll IMHHCII1IUI MUllll. I IIU KUIIII-
InK house, under new management,
526 Main st.. phone 20JU 5-Bt
WANTED To buy or trade, pony;
must be absolutely Kcntlo for chil
dren to drive; will buy, or trade for
a 1,200 pound mure. Lewis Noll;
It. F. D. No. 1. 5-4t
WANTED To sell or trade, modern
8-room houso In Klamath Falls,
for Irrigated farm, 60 to 80 acres;
will pay cash difference. Vorn Gor
don, 224 Michigan ave. 5-4 1
Martin, on High utreot, between Sec
ond .1ml Third.
Tho regular meeting of tho Wo i
man's Home and Foreign Missionary
Society will bo held Thursday at 2 SO
p. ni. at the home of Mth. 1). S. Grigs
by, 1028 Jefferson Btreet, TIW) sub
ject will bo "Our Missionaries." You
are cordially invited. Secretary.
THE OPERA HOI-HE
rr.ititi auv .mii
We put on any klntl and tolor of
rubber heels whllo jtiu wait Modern I
Shoo Store 717 Main St.
"THE IVDOOR VAUIT U.l'R" will give a tlaticn In woliiinin In
tliiihu men who have recently returned homo from the servlco, on Weil
niiKilay, February nth, at a p ut Doors open ut H - :i The new Snxtet
Instrumental Orchestra will render the iiiuitfe An Invitation for nvor
bod) to attend and enjoy u rich program or dunrcH at THE OPERA
HOl'KE, WEDNEHHAV, I'EIIRIARV nili.
"THE IMIORR VACHT CLl'll."
The Booming of Cannon Has Ceased "Over There"
And It's Time to Boost Business Over Here
The war is over, and we've won. Lightless nights have been done away with by the National
Fuel Administration. The purpose of lightless nights wa3 not alotie to save coal, but the Govern
ment felt that the darkening of Electric Signs offered the best means of quickly and visibly bringing
home to the people the fact that the nation was actually at war. It is fitting, therefore, that dark
ness, gloom, depression and pessimism be abolished in favor of good cheer, bright lights more
business and optimism. The Electric Sign is the harbinger of good cheer, healthy business and of
general prosperity. Let's get things going full speed ahead on a solid, substantial peace basis. Burn
your Electric Sign. Give our boys a glad welcome upon their return home.
BRIGHTEN UP FOR THE BOYS COMING HOME
California-Oregon Power Company
Insuro delivery of milk.
CITV MILK DEPOT
E. L. FRENCH, Prop
GEO. T. BRADLEY, Mgr. 727 Main St
Phone 200J.. 287 Upluiiule