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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 24, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
"AV, 0(T0,n:u 2(
THE PEOPLE'S MARKET
Phone Eight-Three Phone Eight-Three
FROM PRODUCER TO CQNSMER.
COMPOUND SALE TODAY
Absolutely Pure Pig Pork Sausage, 35c lb.
This is especially nice for breakfast Sunday morning; strict
ly fresh. We have small shoulder hams at 28c. Cottage hams,
riot more than 4 ounces of bone, 3Sc. '
COMPOUND FOR THIS SATURDAY:
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LONDON. l?upt 23. (Uy Mull).
Tho not bog t (Unman nubmn
rlnea ulostioyml by tho American,
i.'iunrh mid llrltlHh navies during
tho war wan 200 ut of u total of
1170 comploUiil by tUii enemy up lo
tho armistice, ncoordlnK to tho Wur
Cabinet Itluu Hook. Kiich'of tbo tbroo
navies developed entirely illfforoiit
systems of submarine detection P
paruUm, nnd lwr umiills wore con
st intly exchanged. s
NO. 5 $1.00
NO. 10 2.00
There is no better.
BEEF PLATE BOILS, lb...l4c
RIB BOILS, lb 14c
BRISKET BOILS, lb 14c
You can get the best STEER cuts at the People's Market
Steer Porterhouse or T-Bone Steaks, real Spring Lamb. We
cut nothing but the best lambs. Spring chickens and hens.
Don't forget that pail of Compound for $1.00.
Phone 83 EARLY f or service.
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HocltvttMl. I'itwO Vienna, ovor a guy
city, Ih now moro wiiinrlU'lnlly guy
tlinti ovor. owing to tlio Illicit trndurs
who prollliul by tho war ami now
tiro spending tholr lll-gottun galim,
wilti'H n nowHpapur conoiipunilmil
from tho AtiHtrlan capital. Vlouiui.
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RUNNING IN 1922
SEATTLE, Wash.. Oct. 24. Un
less something unexpected happens,
trains will be running over the gov
ernment railway In Alaska by 1922
or 1923, John V. Hallowell, arsist
ant secretary of'the interior, predict
ed here recently upon his return the peace treaty delayed final action
from an inspection trip over.the road on the measure.
The rvUIroad is being built from J
Seward, on the ocean, to Fairbanks,
on tho interior river system.
Within a few weoka tho Tutted
States sennte will take up a bill ap
propriating $17,000,000 for tho com
pletion of the railway. Tho bill re
cently passed tho House of Itepre
sontathes. Assistant Secretary Hall
owell said he believed the bill cer-
N TWO MONTHS
v.iri:u kkkij tklls
tain of passage. Consideration of i y TAXhAC
tr- mi il 1 II VIEB! I -"
DEATH REVOKES A CHECK
A bank has authority to pay a depositor's outstanding
checks, only so long as he is alive. If payment IS made
without knowledge of a depositor being dead, the bank
. is protected. This is yet another reason why a check
should not be held too long before presentation.
Have you ever realized what little safeguards you have
when you act as custodian of your own funds?
fv. R. Reaines, rresldent.
L. F. WiUets, Vice-President.
Leslie Rogers, Cashier.
A. M. Collier, Asst. Cashier.
John M. Moore, Asst. Cashier.
ie First National Bank
NOTICE TO SHEEP MEN
WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR THE
BLACK LEAF 40
FOR SCABIES, TICKS OR LICE ON SHEEP
The Dip recommended and recognized by the
United States Bureau of Animal Industry in Offi
cial Dipping of both Sheep and Cattle for scabies.
IN STOCK AND READY FOR IMMEDIATE
Secure Your Requirements of Us
Merrill Mercantile Co,
"I believe In giving everything Its
due and I wnnt to say right now
that I just can't praiso Tnnlac too
i highly for what it has donu for mo,"
said Walter K'rol uhllo discitsHlng tho
i medicine, recently. Mr. Krul has
I charge of one of tho departments of
the Goldwyn Motion Picture studio1
in v Culver City, and lives at Palms,
Los Angeles, Cal. Mr. Krel's re
markable experience with Tanlac
will ' , bo of interest throughout
"For more than a year beforo 1
tried Tanlac," be explained, "I had
an awful time with my stomach. I
could not eat anything without
bloating all up with gas and feeling
miserable, I got so I could not cat
anything scarcely, and as a result I
became very nervous and lost weight
and strength rapidly. I dropped
down from one hundred and forty
five pounds to one hundred and
twenty-six pounds and was In such
a bad fix that I could hardly keep
going. I was under treatment
several times and tried everything
anyone would tell me about, but
kept getting worse until I was al
most completely down and out.
"I kept reading so much about
Tanlac that I finally concluded to
get a' bottle and that was about my
luckiest day for I started to Improve
almost at. once. I have used sovon
bottles now and tho benefits I have
received cannot bo measured In
dollars and cents. I can eat just
anything I want and enjoy it and am
not the least bit nervous. I have
gained in weight steadily and. am
now weighing one hundred and
fifty-fivo pounds. This gives mo an
actual gain of twenty-nine pounds
in a little more than two inpnths
and makes me ten pounds heavier
than I ever was. Oiving an endorse
ment for a medicine Is something
new for me, but I am certainly very
glad to do so in this case, for Tanlac
i3 one medicine everyone should
know about. Such a medicine de-
sorves tho highest praise and It's a
real pleasure for; mo to make this
. xuiiiai; to oum in jwaiuuvu .
by tho Star Drug Co., and in Loroua
by the James Merc, Co. A'dv,
Soilml bids will bo received by
tint Statu Highway CoiiiiuIbsIoii of
tho Stnto of UruKim In lloom r.20,
Multnomah County Court House, nt
10 ii m.. on tho 4th day of Novum
hor. 1919, for tho following Pioj
octs: Klimmtli County
AlKonin .Section 5.0 mlloH grad
ing and macadam; 13,000 cu. yds.
excavation; 20,000 cu. yds. surfac
Klamath Kalls-Dnfry Section
1.1,9 miles grading uud macadam;
30,000 cu. yds. uxcavutlou; 29,000
mi. vds. surfacing.
Klamath Kulls-Morrlll Suction
14.7 miles grndlng and sniveling:
62,000 cu. Yds, excavation; 30,000
cu. yds. surfacing.
Morrl 1-Cnllforn la L no Section
12. S mltoa grading und graveling; i
24,000 cu. yds. excavation; 27,000
cu. yds. surfacing.
A satisfactory bond will bo re
iiulrod for thu faithful performance
of tho contract In n sum equal to
ouu-hnlt of tho totnl amount bid.
Proposal blanks and full informa
tion for bidders may bo obtainud nt
tho oillco of tho Stato Highway Kn-
glncor, Capitol Uulldlng. Salem, Oro
gon. Plans, specifications nnd form of
contract may bo Inspected at xno
Humu nlnco or mar ba obtained upon
a deposit of Sfi.OO for each set of
nlana nnd siicclllcntions.
Plans and specifications of tho
work In Klamath County may bo In
spected In the oillco of Karl Wlthy
combo. Division ICnglucor, nt Klam
ath Falls, Oregon.
Tho right Is reserved to rojoct any
and all propbsals or to accept tho
proposal deemed best for the Stato
OltKCJON STATE HIGHWAY
S. 1113NSON, Chairman.
W. L. THOMPSON,
II. A. UOOTH. Commissioner.
Attest: IIBRUERT NUNN, Stato
October 14, 1919, Salem, Orogon.
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Htiirvod nml "morally iloKmiornto.
DoHcrlbltu; thu hcomoh In tlio tlamo
There's a Live
connecting yolir home with our store. It
means you can have what you want just
wlien you want it. You always have the
privilege of returning o rexchanging goods
ordered by phone.
Phone Main 37 for anything you need.
Small orders will be delivered just as cheer
fully as large ones.
I inrtorwood'a Pharnufv
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I PURITV 1
WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE
BUY THEIR DRUGS
Let Me Do Your
Surety bonds while you wait. Chfl.
cote & Smith. . 5-tf
In a grove on tho rarm of Mrs
Carrlef Chapman Catt, near Briar-
cliff, N. Y., there have Just been ded
icated a number of trees as memor
ials to tho leaders of tho suffrage
causo in the United States and other
countries. Each tree is marked with
a memorial tablot suitably inscribed.
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When'you have your work done with Shasta
Sand you knowyou have the best therejs
Among tho Alps there nro sovpral
postofflcos at a height of 6,000 feet
or 7,0000. One letter box, from
which the postman makes several
collections dally, is nearly 10,000
feet above the sea leyol.
AL. F. GRAHAM