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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 18, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
GOOD ORDER; AT A BARGAIN
-- Howie Garage
flTl.iit...ii .0. tfntiL- CnfflniKi r....-
oner. I-'orluw ft l'olmlextor 140.95
Tom Andoison, Aid Co. l'oor 20.00
James Mere. Co. lluhhit i
iiountv ... n.r.o
The following elulms were allow
ed and tho Clork wu Instructed In'
draw wen nits oil the "v'urrent Kx
penso Fund lit 10" lor their rospee-.
MAltCII HMO TKIIM.
Tho following claims were allow-, Klamath Fuel Co. Isolation
nm! tho clerk was Instructed to! Isolation Hosp (Co. poor)
draw warrants on the Current Ex-1 nohorts & Whitniorc. Isolation
I tlon Hosp. (Co. Poor) 13.50 ' Aweilemi Nmy
n.du inc. roi iv ioi. in. isolation
lonso Fund 1919, for their respect
Mrs. Laura Jnrdlne, widows
pension $ 10.00
"Lola M. White, Widows Pen
Patrick & Co., Supplies
Co. offices 2.65
Patrick & Co.. Supplies
Dis't Attorney 7.93
K. Sugarnian, Poor Farm Sup
I. O O. F. Hall Assn. Rent.
Dls's Atfy Court House 30.00
Patrick & Co., Supplies Co.
Offices ... 5.00
W. S. Wiley, It. It. Faro & Ex
pense. Deputy Dis't Atfy 35.00
Geo. L. Humphrey, Board pris
oners - 2S.S0
Calif. Oreg. Power Co. Serv
ices Poor Farm 3.00
Patrick & Co. Supplies Co. Of-
Calif. Oreg, Power Co., Services
Court House 53.70
Klamath Steam Laundry, Isola
tion Hospital, (Co. Poor) 21.50
Roberts & Whitmore, Isolation
Hospital (Co. Poor) 127.10
Hattie Nelson, Isolation Hosp.
(Co. Poor) S2.20
Underwoods Pharmacy, Supplies
Co. Offices 3.75
Star Drug Co. Supplies Jail .73
Star Drug Co., Supplier Co. of
"Underwoods Pharmacy, Supplies ,
uo. otnees is. i o
Underwoods Pharmacy, Sup
plies Jail 1.25
Underwoods Pharmacy, Sup
plies Co. Offices . . 1.85
Western Transfer Co., Serv
ices Dis't Att5y 5.25
Klamath Fuel Co.. Isolation
Hospital (Co. Poor) 2.00
J. P. Lee, Assessment & Col of
Taxes 9 60
Undewoods Pharmacy, Poison
(Rabbit Bounty) 95.00
Star Drug Co. Co. JpM 11S 2.30
Star Drrnr Co. Co. Offices
supplies ,1918 8.00
Star DriiK Co. Co. Offices
Supplies 19l5 2.70
Louisa F. Clublne, Aid Co.
J. XV. Farnell, upholding crimin
al laws 50.00
S. V. Moody, Rabbit Bountv 4.35
Yoran Printing Co., Supplies
Co. Offices 118.00
K. Sugarman, Supplies Co.
Poor (not farm) 8.25
Glass & Prudhomme Co., sup
plies Co. Offices 1.35
hosp. (Co poor)
Mrs. Cora Mltcholl, Isolation
Hosp. (Co. Poor)
Dr. B. 1). Johnson, coroners
J..II I i itiiiuvin, Luiuuuia 11:1.3,
City Trans. Co., Coronors
Hospital, (Co Pour)
Mrs. L. 11. Ilaguo, Services
Cn Cmirl .T or.
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""l plits Co. offices
Effio liarcelon. Labor Co.
llns Dimmit Tusk
of Sweeping North Sea of .1(1,000
Electrical Mine Aro ExplodMl'
lly KleUi Icily
s-4jl.oyd R. DoLap, Labor, Co.
plies Poor Farm
Pac. Tel. .t Tel. Co., Services
Chas. H. Hood. Registering
voters 19 IS
David Lynes, Services Cor
oner, Forbes & Poindox
Mrs. J. G. Rose Services Coron
er, Forbes Poindexter 30.00
J. (t. Rose Services Coroner
Forbes & Poindcxter .... 30.00 i
XV. L. Sproat, Services Coron
er, Forbes & Poindexter 22.50
S. A. Ice Services Coroner,
Forbes & Poindexter 40.00
Claude Stewart, Services Coron
er, Forbes & Poindexter 70.20
L. H. Darrctt, Services Coroner
Forbes & Poindexter 24. ou
Minnie Santry, Services Coroner
Forbes & Poindexter 27.00
F. M. Cleaves. Services Coroner
Forbes & Poindexter .. .. 5.70
Thos Bracken, Services Coroner
Forbes & Poindexter .... 30.00
Vera Houston, Lnbor Co.
j Court 15.00
1.10 'Geo. L. Humphrey, cash adv.
3.2!Paul Hroltonstoln. opening
1 gravo Co. Poor 10.00
3:C0' Clara Beach, Eighth grade e-
' nminutlons 5.00
1 Whitman Drflg Co., Supplies
Co. Offices 3.00
J. F. Morley. cash ndv, uphold
ing criminal laws 2.00
C. R. Williams, auto hire, up
holding criminal laws .. . 10.00
Mary E. Stewart, Eight grade
, Whitman Drug Co., Poison Co.
W. E. Sechom Wood Go.,' Wood
1 Co. Poor 7.00
Maud M. Cnrleton, Cash ad
1 vanced office supplies ... 2. CO
Western Union Tel Co. Serv
ices Dist Atty 14 56
Nettie Wnllan, Widow's pen
Mary McLane, Widow's Pen
JRIO. V.3. PAT. OFF. mini n r7s.
ARMY SHOE IfflOffLttl
For the man who is on his feet all day
a more comfortable shoe was never made.
Hence the widespread popularity of the
Bucjchecht Army Shoe among business and
professional men, sportsmen, outdoor work
ers, miners, farmers, mechanics, etc. A
good, practical Shoe for tvtrdaj wear!
Built for comfort and service -built for
you! Remember the name Buckhecht
stamped on every shoe for your protection
Get a pair today !
For Sale at
K. K. K. Store Bradley Shoe Store.
BUCKINGHAM & HECHT
Manufacturer San pimncUco
MAHOGANY CALF OR
INDIAN TAN CALF
LON'DOK, Sept. IS Tho Ameri
can navy Is having a tremendous
tusk in sweeping tho North Sea of
tho 56,000 electrical and highly-
sensitive mines they planted them.
Explosion by electricity Is tho meth
od now employed. Some were Ntiuk
vory deei as devip ns u submarine
Each initio was lltteil with nnten
nno suspended by limits ho that tho
hugo field whs not only charged with
mines, hut hnd also become a mass
of scnsltlvu foolers to explode them.
Should n submarine come in con
tact with an nnteunuo tho mluu at
short distance away at- the end of
tho nntennno would explode.
The problem has been to explode
tho mines far enough away from the
sweeper to fiisuro snfi-ty and nlso to
forestall tho danger of tho explo
sion of a mine nt safe distance caus
ing another close to the ship "going
Tho vessols In sweeping uso spe
cial electric cables several hundred
yards long. Operation of n system
of electric appliances prevents tho
mines from exploding if tho ship
strikes an antennae, but when tho
electric wire touches the nntennno it
blows tho mino up nt a safo distance
from the boat. Hundreds nro being
destroyed by this method .
Aside from tho danger nnd tedi
ousness of tho task, bad weather Is
added to tho hardships of the Amer
About 75 vessels aro employed.
the majority of them American. Sub
chasers help by rounding up drift
ing mines that huvo broken from
their moorings and sinking or ex
plodlng the mine by firing a shot
POULTRY FARM LOCATED
10O FEKT QVEIt LOXDOX
LONDON, Sept. 17-Ono hundred
feet above one of London's busiest
streets, and within 200 yards of Big
.Ben on the roof of the Institute of
Civil Engineers, there Is one of the
best kept and most prosperous poul
try farms In the city.
It comprises 36 hens, housed In
three spacious coops, but during tho
greater part of tho (lay the hens are
allowed to roam about the roof at
will. Although he cooping Is not
more than eighteen Inches high the
hens never ifitempt to reach tho
ground, contenting themselves with
mounting the top nnd there announc
ing their satisfaction after an egg
has been added to tho record they
have been making.
c a package
before the war
c a package
during the war
c a package
THE FLAUOR LASTS
SO DOES THE PRICE!
ItOOSKVKLT, JR., ARRIVES
ITALIANS .1EKK KOLMKIIH
PORTLAND. Rnnl 17 Thn.lr IJKWKVA. fopi 1. uameic
Roosevelt, Jr., Is In Portland today D""""'"'0 Is still master at Float,
for the ononlnir nf th tnin v,.n. w'r ho lecently took possession
tlon of tho American Legion.
nt tho head of th' Italian insurgent
forces. British and American ooatln-
I (.ents on tho way to the warships In
Why do our .rubber heels wonr tho city wore hissed nnd leered by
r?,hw7fnr0f.avUHnth';lr 'n.nln ?f I! ' People They embarked safely. tlle
rubber for llvo people put on by live . ' . . , , i , i
Shoemakers at llradley's, 727 Main ! tho Prcnch remained barricaded in
St. 18-lt j their barracks.
ORKfiO.V WILL Al CITIZENS.
B. J. HjriiorDTetcco Co,
TALK about smokes, Prince Albert
is geared to a joyhandout standard
that just lavishes smokehappiness on
every man game enough tc make a bee line for a
tidy red tin and a jimmy pipe old or new!
Get it straight that what you've hankered for in
pipe or cigarette makin's smokes you'll find aplenty
in P. A. That's because P. A. has the quality!
You can't any more make Prince Albert bite your
tongue or parch your throat than you can make a horse
drink when he's off the water I Bite and parch are cut
out by our exclusive patented process I
You just lay back like a regular fellow and puff to beat
the cards and wonder why in samhill you didn't nail a
section in the P. A. smokepasture longer than you care
to remember back !
Buy Prince Albert everywhere tobacco it told. Toppy rtd bast,
tidy red tint, handtome pound and half pound tin humidort and
that clever, practical pound crystal glatt humidor with tponge
moittener top that keept the tobacco in tuch perfect condition.
R. J. Reynplds Tobacco Co., Winston-Salem, N. C.
SALEM, Sept. 17. Oovernor Ol
cott named Mayor Cieorge L. linker,
W. IS. Ayer and Mnx Housor as a
committee to aid in tho financial re
lief of tho Corpus Christ! citizens.
The bottle in
tains all the
from half a ripe
dessert has a
wealth of this exquisite
flavor, and a package serves
six people for 12 cent3.
You owe to yourself a
trial of this new-type ecI
l K L a xu. i m& ,
JO Flavor, at Your Grocer's
2 Pachagee for 23 Cent n
No matter at what speed you shave with a
Gem Damaskcenc Razor it leaves your face
Cool and refreshed.
That's because die Gem has a soft, comfortable, velvet
like feel and docs such smooth, clean-cut work.
Wc sell the complete Gem Damaskecne Razor outfit for SI.
The outfit includes the razor, seven Gem Damaskeene
Blades, shaving and stroppinrj handle all in a hand"
some leather case.
Enjoy the comfort of velvet-smooth self-shaving.
Come in and get your Gem to-day t, s
- BALDWIN HARDWARE CO.
"The House of Quality"
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