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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 25, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
R. J. M I' It It A V
JAMES S SHEEHY
Published dally etrept Sundav t)
The Herald Publishing ("ompnnv n"
XUniath Falls, at 115 Fourth street
BIG III ALASKA
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FIR RO IS
ACUTE IN STATE
SFATTl.F. Winh . Jtilx 2. All -ka's
4 71 .nlle go eminent railroad
Is cotlftg rim tit JT 1,000 por mile,
completed according to figure com
piled by the Aliskn KnKlneetlrK
Commission which Is directing lb'
construction, This cost, according to
Manager J 1, McPheisun of tho
Alaska bureau of the Seattle ohamb. r
of commerce, compares erv fnor
nltly with costs of other railroad
built not only. In the north but also
In the -Jrgln sections of the I'nllod
States. The Copper ltler P.allwuv,
which runs out of Cordoa. Alask i,
cost about !"!." 000 per mile een be
fore prices soared, according to Mc
pherson. Total cost of the Alaska rallroul
will be .0 43t' S71. it Is estimated
Originall in llt, Congress appro
priated $3i 00' 0H0 for the construe-
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Must ell Call 100S Main St 24-3t
I'NDEltWOOO Typewriters for sale
Xxtrome Caie I'lged In CIietklnR or rent, at Winter's Jewelry Store
Itlaxiv. in CJialn KlebN and Foiest 25-2t
VrRe,l in WeekH Numn.a.j I.03T -tletween Klamath Failed
I Ashland, on June 23d, one brown
coat with faint stripes, containing
check book on First Nntlonal Hank
of Lakelew. and engineer's field
book. Hew aril Finder please Ieao
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sell, rent or repair type
Winters Jowelr Store
FORTL'.N'D, July 2. A warning
that the long drought Is creating a
serious fire hazard In many part of at Herald Ollice
the state and thaf extreme care
shou'd be taken to prevent fires In
grain i.'ds and stack -yards nd for
ests, was issued by the local w either
bureau in its summary of weather WE M"Y. sell, rent or repair type
and crop conditions In Oiego-i for writers Winter's Jewelry Store
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the past week. j
Abnormally high temperature UNDERWOOD Typewriters for sale
opened and closed the week. aid the or rent, at Winter's Jewelry Store
"report. The mean temperature was!
considerably aboe normal There i
was no rainfall and drying northerly
winds were a feature in many sec
tions. Streams are reported low and
some springs are failing Water for j hae a ,ne money Jm, uee(1 for
Irrigation is- scarce In places building purposes Low interest
Hardest of winter wheat is contln- rates. Long term payments. Start
ulng approaching completion i now and own your own home. It's
i i..i it- .1.1.1 . easier than paying rent Ask for
localities. Weather has been faor- particulars
able for harvest and threshing Win
ter wheat is yielding as well as had FOR SALE Several good buys In
been expected. Late spring wheat Is "le J rooms and "' . ,r'astcre!
. . ., . .. , Rath. On pavement. $100 cash
deteriorating steadily, under the in-.,lottn and baance nke rent
flnence of tho hot, dry weather and
a considerable acreage will no be Also Agent for the best Fire Iusur-
harested Harvest of winter oat is ?nce an'1 Life Insurance Companies
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progressing with yields generally LIFE Como , anrI ,nlk ,,
-air to goon. Harvest of uarey I '
Hon of the road At first It wus estl
mated about $.! okii otto would com
pleto the line Hut the war came and I
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tallim sound, homo Items oxer 100
p r tent, the cost of tho roul has in
cr.. ii.(l ouh .to l per cent oor tlio ,
irl'tlnnl eHmr,fes tlio commission JT
ivi Mith pointed o it 1
When tlio rind is comiiltti'd it will I
open up. It Is expected a country J
rich in mineral and agricultural pus-
Mhlllttvs Communication with the
great Intarlur xnlles of Alnskn will J
bo made easier than mer boforo t J
Fairbanks and Nennnii, tlio Interior1
railroad points, trains will contact J4
with boats plying on the Tannnn a t
tributary of the Yukon Cost of llv-
Ing. it Ih bellexed will be lowered In
the Interior as the present high
freight rntes keep commodities at a
high figure. A
Attention is now being glen to the
construction of "feiiler" roads for '
tho railroad IiiHtend of being rail- JL
roads, however, tho "feeders" aro t
wagon trails or niitoiiiobllo roads
The will tap agricultural and mining
district llng near the railroad
Among these are the Tnlkeetna min
ing district, about forty miles tuirth-
(east of Talkeetnn the Valdej crei k
country, about sexenty miles north
east of the Siieltlnn ricr cruising
the llro.ul Pass section, the Knntlsh-
tna country and the Yentna terrltor
Thoso who dri'am of more rail
roads et to be hullt In Alaska sa
that somo day the roid will be ex
tended from Fairbanks on to the
Yukon and also across tho mountains
to the Kuskokwlni Valley u great
section of Alaska lying In the far
Everybody knows that the prices of shoes are advancing fast, and
not only that, but thov are very hard to get. We expected
this price-advance months ago and stocked up on shoes to
capacity, and now we offer our customers the advantage at
the sometime-ago prices..
Among our leaders vou will see a shoe that will take your eye.
That is the "CROSSETT SHOE." It is certainly a line look
er. If vou haven't seen it yet, come in and see it!
Our line of ARMY SHOES is most complete. They are known for
their comfort and durability.
AMERICAN BOY SHOES are the best you can buy. We are the
BOYS' ARMY SHOES, of the famous 13. & M. BRAND, you will
find in our store only. ' ' 'H
We carry a most complete line of Children's Shoes and Hosiery.
On all of these we can save you money. Come in and let
us prove it.
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727 Main Street.
Klamnth Fnlla, Orc-joit.
F. Demorest. Dentist. 6th
Main. o or Sugarman's store
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DO YOU NEED MONEY?
JAMES M. WATKINS, JU.
Main St. Phones 208-W
Closing Out Sale
Offering Unheard of Bargains
complete in manj places. Corn has
made good growth but where inirri-
gated needs rain, especially on high
Shipping of peaches has begun in .
Douglas county Berry picking pro- J f lifer
pressed without Interruption All un- l p M "L-Zf
irrigated fruit needs rain. Logan
berries have been injured by the TIMBER FOR SALE 20.000,000
eat and droueht ' feet 1lne near unPer Klamath
neat and drought. Lak(J. A(1(lress ,, 0 ,Jox 301( K,lm.
The first crop of alfalfa Is being ath Falls, Oregon. 2tf
cut In Deschutes county and the s-' I
-ond crop In Umatilla Fnion Mai- FOR SALE Horse, buggy and Harn-1
i,.,. ,, x-.-i..- .., , , es. See Dennis Proost, Mills Ad
ieur,,and Josephine counties r nirri- (1ton. , 25-10t i
cated meadows need rain Where j '. 11 '
water for irrigation has been suf fl-! "We need a good man in Klamath,
cient alfalfa' has grown raplrth Pas- FalIs t0 write Old Line Life lnsur
t.irnvo , oiii ,,in.. ... . ance Experience in the business not
turage Is failing rapidly but Inrnut, SPntJa, if ambitious W I J Hib-
placcs stocky still is doing well In bard ".I High Street, Portland,
I-nke county some stock is suffering Oregon " 25-4t (
for lack of "water I
I own 4 0 Acres land Sec 30, Tp
Early potatoe; are generalh leld-
39. It 14 East Klamath Co Or.i7lng
ng well except where injured h and stock land ha-.o some good tlm-
irost Late potatoes and garden e lJ6r I hae'nt any use for It and
getables need rain Tomatoes a-e rin- want ,0 se" Make an offDr Atl'Iresa
.mnP m i.h, ,P MKlnley Mitchell. 202 U Stark St.
enlng In Josephine county
"THE PICK OF THE PICTUItEH"
H. W. Poole, Owner
Matinee Every Day
The Great Tom Mix
"HELL ROARIN' REFORM"
' Grace Darmond
"WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS"
DOORS OPEN AT 7 P .M.
Don't overlook this opportunity to buy your immediate and win
ter wear. Priced at from one-third to one-half, less than reg
ular. We are determined to close out the Men and Boys'
Departments. Prices have been slaughtered to move the
goods out at once. Come here first for anything that you
may need. If we have it, and the chances are we have, your
saving will be great.
Remember everything that we have here for men and boys, includ
ing Shoes, Shirts, etc., are being offered at from one-third to
Just a Few of the Many Bargains
Bib Overalls $1.75
Cooper Union Suits $1.65
French Shirts $1.15
Wool Underwear $1.85
Flannel Shirt $2.15
Men's Mackinaws $8.45.. and $10
Men's Panama Hats $1.00
Negligee Shirts $1.35
Fleeced Linen Underwear 85c
Shoes $2.65, $2.85, $3.45, $4.95
J. F. MAGUIRE CO
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