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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 23, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
GOLD ITER IS
. ' I
SINNOTT WOULD SELL
SOME GRANT LANDS
Chairman of Southern
loi S.-ij.s Project
Postponed Owing to
WASHINGTON, D. C, Sijpt. 23 -Representative
Slnnott, by request
of the Interior department, 1ms In
troduced n bill to nmund the admin
istrative features of tlio Oregon and
California land Riant and to permit
sale and ivmoval of the timber from
power site linds under department
Paellle Dlrec- regulations. Secretary Lane points
K Drill. Itrlv out that 112.000 acres have been
Prevailing cinssuieu mr puwur iie
tills is umoereu
PORTLAND. Sept -".1 - Central
Otegon Is In absolute need of over
Much of! 200.000 more settlers to develop lis
lands. Several hundred thousand
Sale of this timber should bo per-'moro citizens could ho easily net-otn-
milted, ho says, and preference modated and there Is a groat xhort
rlithts cranted uiMer the original age of labor Just east of tho Cwcnd '
ivH.i-.isi-., sepi. j.i. iiio matter i, --......ip.i to luiuls under powvr mountains. Keslilenis are capitaii
of completing the Natron cutoff of ( sjto withdrawals
the Southern Pacific Portland and
San Francisco line, to connect the
present lino that terminates at Oak
Ridge with tho line extending north
from Klaamth Fails, must bo con
sidered definitely postponed until tho
status of the railroad interests shell
have been adjusted satisfactory to
tho shareholders, says Julius Krutt
schnitt, chairman of the board if di
rectors or the Southern Pacific tym
pany, in a letter to W. F. Oiktnip
secretary of tho Eugene Chamber of
Commerce, in reply to a letter ask
ing what encouragement could 'ie
ptven the people of OreRon renin cl
ing the resumption of the wmk of
this big project.
"In the opinion of railroad ovii"
end capitalists whose money must be
attracted to railroad inv stments tho
ing 'the natural advantages of this
Tho other amendment is designed I district and a prosperous condition
to faclllltato administration of tho prevails throughout.
lands remaining In the hands of tho Those and other facts wore
government until their final dispc- brought to tho attention of F. S.
IN TllK DAYS news.
Eugene N. Foss. whose candidacy
fo- the Democratic nomination for1
governor of Massachusetts has serv-1
ed to enliven tho campaign which
culminates in the general primaries
to bo held today, has made for him
self a unique locord in Ray State
politics. In Ills early political career
he wis a Republican leader, but in
liion he left that party and was Hee
led to Congress on the Democratic
ticket. A year later he was elected
governor of Massachusetts and -ei-v
inflexible attitude of- the interstate, p(1 thrp" ,,,rms' Ve,n,f M1 rrlht3 development "res
commerce commission toward any m- "-election ,n 13- Asit!o rol Vl'- mnko soon. Aithou
crease in revenues of carriers to me-' ucp Mr '8 '" ono oc tno ,nnr' "
r rising rrwt nf mntr:i ,i ii.,i manufacturers in the Inltod States
fe considered mainly If not wholl
responsible for the deplorable finan
cial condition of the railroads anr'
has long checked continuance of new
nnd expansion of existing facilities '
aid Mr. Kruttschnitt in his letter.
TltESIMSS SUIT FII.EI).
A suit Ins boon filed by Peter
Murphy against the Quinland Broth
ers in which tne plaintiff charges
the defendents with running sheep
over his lands.
and has long been conspicuous ns mi
advocate of Cnnndlnn reciprocity. He
is a native of Vermont and a brother
of George Edmund Foss, who served
for many years ns a congressman
GREAT AVI! BAT LOSS IX
Shasta Sand Used
LINCOLN, Nobr. Sept. 23 Vtun-d-eds
of thpusands of bushels of
wheat are on tho ground in danger
of rotting in western Nebraska bc
cau'e elevator are already fined
and because thero Is a shortage of
raihoad cars, together with nu cm-
largo on wheat shipments to Omuh.i
and Kansas City, according to infor
mation reaching Governor Samuel
R. McKelvIe, who announced he
would appe-il to tho railroad admin
istration to take steps to relievo Hie
Hramwell, vico-presldent of the
Slate Chamber of Commorce. who
has Just returned from making u
survey of conditions in Klamath,
Lake, Deschiitos, Crook and Wasco
"Rapid strides in industrial unit
I agricultural development tiro being
mule in Klamath county," says
Hramwell, "1111(1 anyone would do
well to investigate tho prevalent
prosperous conditions. The lumber
Industry is bringing n great amount
of money into tho district. It Is
t-tated that this industry alone lus
u payroll of $250,000 a month
"Agriculture In Klnmith lounty Is
ihtill in its infancy, in comparison tu
Ideius hope to
gh l hero Is a
large ncicugc under cult I i at ion.
Klamath crunty people have in mind
the needed development of several
lrrigntldi projects and contemplate
impioving approximately lilt), 000
acres. Kl.unath is particularly
adapted to stock raising and gen
eral agriculturo and is capable of
supporting 50,000 people moro than
It has at tho present."
Try 'em. Herald AVant Ads.
YORK AFTER DARK
What Happens AVhen
Great AVliite Way
Entertainginly told by one reared
in New A'ork City and who later
made a study of conditions.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR SALE Ford
Dunham Auto Co.
AVANTED Situation as auto mech
anic in good garago. C. II. K. Hot
Springs Hotel. 23-5t
WAITED Snaro drummer for or
chestra. See Mr. Stein at Central
garage or 1121 Lincoln Ave. 23-3t
FOR SALE Four good sheep dogs,
one pack outfit, tents, sheep hooks
etc Ivan E. Kllgore, Lorella, Ore.
WANTED Somo 0110 to catch mul
lets will pay 5 cents per pound
for little and big write me before
shipping any. J. A. Latimer Garnet
Mesa. Delta, Colo. 23-2t
SHEEP FOR SAL: 200 or moro
or will sell less to suit buyer
All good young sheep. Address Box
34 Merrill Oregon or inquire Herald
office. 23-3t 1
II. X. .MOB, Piopilclor
Comparative Prices Are Not Used in the Advertising of These
Their Unusual Value Is Apparent When Consideration Is Given
to the Present Advanced Wholesale Cost
In spite of advanced prices and the scarcity of this merchandise avo nv
a splendid assortment of blankets, comforters and pillows. Purchases 'which v
made months ago were at wholesale prices very much lower than those of ft
present. And our retail prices are based on those costs. While our present
stocks remain, the values serve as an inducement to make purchases at once
"Wearwell" Cotton Blankets, Special
A very good gride cotton blanket in while with
pink or blue border nnd grey with brown Iuh-iDt
Sl.e "OxSI Inches This blanket lepn mmls 11 ory
good example of (ho saving prsslble w ben a com
parison Is made. The same blanket In 0 1x7(1 In.
"Nashau" Woolnap Blankets, $7.00
Of pure solert cotton In pink, blue and grey
plaids Sle fiOvTfi putt'liaso made months
ago nnd which has Just I men lecehod.
Wool Blankets, $14.00 and $15.00
Our blankets at each of these lopiesitHs tilt lit
most in talue and tuuiiot be iluplu-itid to sell at
these prbes. Of line seleil weol in pink and gold
plaids. G0S0 Inchon.
50x74 in. Cotton Blankets, $2.65
Of good grade cotton In tho three-quarter bed
size. Grey with pink bordoia. A good aluo ut
this price tfl!.(l.-.
"Wearwell" Wool-Finish Blankcls
This blanket I,, of lliu t t.ipl
tillable wold fil.il 1; In ; ,
ders iMr.u 70xil Inched
"H tl u l
"Wearwell" Wool Mixed Blankets
Finest quality cut inn with Juki n,
ture of wool to Insure wear anil . mi,
blue, tan and givy plaids Sle , v
Navajo Artcraft Auto P(,h
A product of. the ,, 1! K n
AVoolon Mill i Of he.n v ,m i.
colorful Nnvitlo design An (.ni . , ,
Navajo Crib Robes, $3.1)0
Or, they may bo unml for the I"', ,
foil. Of henvy wool in the Nnv.ij in.n,,
lugs nnd design.
"Wearwell' Carded Cotton Filled Comforters. Special $4.00
With grey and white n-Kml. line c.rded c tlon lllllng, and rovcilng of pretn mI .1 i , , , u,
pink lloral pattern. Size 72xSl. A special ulllo at Sjll.OO.
Pure Cotton Filled Comforters, $5.00 "Wearwell" Comforters at $6.50
This Is an extra good value. Killing of extra
fine double-carded rotton with daln.y blue, pink
and vellow Hllkolluo covorlngii In lb ral patterns
Full bed size.
Tim tilling Ih of line white i ml, . ,i
erlng nf pretty lloral paitern slllu I i .
Iik'Ik'h Maikcd coiislil.', ihlj u- ,
Fine Bleached Cotton Filled Comforters, Special $9.00
An extraordinarily woll made comforter. Of pure bleached cotton .carlmni.ed. btenl ml ami dnu
bio criss-cross carded. Covered with Hllkolluo, white guiund, with lloral pattern.i of hluu and pink
AVhlto borders of solid color.
Pillows, Special at $1.50
A splendid value. Filled with selected feathers.
Covered with blue-striped and lloral pattern tick
ing. Size 20x2C. Theso pillows would retail at
$2.00 if bought on present market.
Pillows, Special at $2.00
Filled with Htrlctly new, curled anil well select
ed feathers. Covered with ticking In lv.omlcr tan
and yellow- floral pattern. Size 222S
Filled witli the softest of silk down, covered with good grade 'muslin
bents a saving.
Silk Down-filled Pillows at Special Prices
Kach of these prices rcpre-
16x16 in. size, 50c 14x20 in. size, 75c 12x24 in. size, $1.00
The 20x20 and 16x32 in. sizes, 95c
FOR SALE OR I,KASI f.00 heed
range owes also 50 head thoro-
hred Cotswool ewes and somo mixed
At Orpheus Theater on Tuesday, iambs. Phono or write G, L. IIol-
Sentember 23. ' brook, Malin, Ore. 23-3t
, SKATS I-'IUCK
When you look at the price, good clothes
and poor ones are much alike; the differ
ence isn?t much. A few dollars in the price
may mean a big difference in the quality.
As long as you're going to pay it anyAvay
yoij; are get the best value. You can de
pend' on us to give it to you.
Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes; all-wool fab
rics, nnd the highest grado tailoring in our
clothes. You'll bee for yourself how stylish
"I AIN'T MAD AT NOBODY"
The home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes
Store will be closed all day Thursday, Jewish Holiday. Do your shopping to
day and Wednesday
SKATS FREE If you want It, advertise. Herald
vM I M - I
,ObtdlnlnB a, divorco In Canada
under present motliods Is expensive,
end It Is proposed to establish
numerous divorco courts In the. Pro
vinces so as to place divorco within
reach of the poor.
NKiHT SCHOOL OPENS.
Klamath County High School
ACADEMY' WII.Ij ItlCCKIVII I'Ui'ILS
Until the capacity of llio school is
,,,'' v..... .,y iiikii senooi peached .day pupils will lie rcccnco
night husslous will commence Mon- ut tho sacrccl llrart Academy, when
Sj! "I1;" ' ,.?"Ptp.m,,0P .a!,!h. ,n'1 the most cirof..! attention will bo glr-
wlll continue for a term or eighteen
Tho High School buHdlng will bo
open to registrations ut seven p. in.
Couthos will bo offered m bookeop
ing 1, 2 and 3, Typewriting 1 nnd
2; stenography 1 nnd 2 and dicta
tion. ((Jiegg System), ponninushlp,
If vnu Tiee.l iminnv f.n vnr l,..,o I B1''"K una I'.llgllSll.
or the homo you would llko to build Courses in otlior subjectH will ul
ask for particulars. so be offered if tlioro is a demand I
.If its a homo you want, now la tho for them. No tuition charges will bo I
uiiiu iu uet ii. iou may boioci your1 nnuiu.
MONEY TO LOAN
en to tho thorough training of your
child. Full partlrulaii may bo secur
ed by calling at tho Convent, Scyentn
and Pine streets or at tho Academy
Foi the present we are im'iH to
commodnto any more boarders, m
applications will bo rocolved and in
ciiho thoro Is a vacancy It l
filled from tho list of applicants U
tho order In which they aio tllea.
C-tt Sacred Heart Acaaeray
choice in most any part of tho city.
I ami i win uiiuiibu uusy iiaymoiiis tor
If its an investment you nro looking
for in improved or unimproved pro
perties I havo somo of tlio best in
ir its Fire or Lifo Insuranco You
need, I will fix you up. Iu fact if
Its anything In tlio real ostato lino
you will do woll to sco mo. Drop in
and talk it over. i
School will bo open on Monday,
ruesdny and Thursday ovenlng from
sovon to nine. 23-Gt
I utricle Mackln.i'
I.'cys. X. h. K. Storn
Noetic ton Shoos K.
for Men mil
JAS. M. WATKINS, Jr.
620 Main St. Phone 320R
Ilavo your gowns, blouses,
waists and wearing npparol
hemstitched. It gives them
that smart look that nothing
Curtains, towels, dresser scarfs
otc. beautifully dono.
MRS. L. A. BURGESS
Phono 214W 131 N. 4th St.
ItfHin 1 main;
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"THE TURN OF THE ROAD"
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