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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 26, 1919)
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REX CAFE fpf
For the benefit of those who do not caiv to
prepare an elaborate dinner at home, the Rex Cafe
will serve a special Thanksgiving dinner that will
Fresh Olympiu Oyster CoekUil
Celery Heats Saltod
Turkey Gumbo Soup
Filet of Sole.
Special Fruit Salad with Whipped Cream
Stuffed Klamath Turkey with Chestnut Dressing. Oiblet Gravy
(Cranberry Saucel '
Candiod Sweet Potatoes Sifted Peas
Choice of Hot Mince Pie, Pumpkin Pie, Fruit Cake.
English Plum Pudding, bard and a fine sauco
We will also serve our regular popular-priced
dinner menu, so those who do not care for the spe
cial dinner can find a spledid dinner to suit their
taste1 and pocketbook.
Ladies' & Men's
MADE TO ORDER
REST OF WORKMANSHIP
PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED
Prices are very reasonable
Vour Inspection Invited
Chas. J. Cizek
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s . If ther Tire. Itch.
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! Yniin CVEC Irritated. Inflamed or
lUURLTU Granulated, use Murine
often. Sooth... Rtfrcsbes. Sfe for
I?10?; Adult AtaMDrumisU. Write for
The ladies of the CatkoU-; church
are requested by the committee in
charge to meet at the assembly room
of the church next Friday afternoon
at 1:30 o'clock to sow for the Fair
to he held Dec. 11, 12, and 13.
In the Circuit Curt of the State of
Oregon, for Kluruath County. "
In the Matter of the Potitien of the
Hoard of Directors of the Lan
gell Volley Irrigation Distri -t of
Klamath County ,Orego:i, Pray
ing that All of the Proceeding
in Connection with the Organi
zation of Said District, and the
l'r coedings of the Hoard of Di
rectors, and of tho Said District
Providing for and Authorizing
the Issue and Sate of Bonds o(
Said District. May Bo Esamned
Approved and Confirmed by the
To the Langell Valley Irrigation Dis
trict and to All Freeholders, Le
gal Voters and Assessment Pay
ers within Said District:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
.the above entitled court has fixed
the hour of 2 o'clock p. m., of tho
22nd day of December. A. D. 1919.
and the County Court Houee of
'Klamath County, Oregon, as the
time and place for the Irearing of
the petition of the Board of direc
tors of the Langell Valley Irriga
tion District of Klamath County,
Oregon, which petition has been filed
,wlth the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of the State of Oregon for Klamath
County, and 'which said petition
prays that the above entitled court
will examine into all the proceed
ings in connection with the organi
zation of the Langoll Valley Irriga
tion District, and all the proceed
ings providing for and authorizing
'tho issuance and sale' of the bonds
I of said district.
Any person imereuiuu iu me ui
ganlzatlon of said Langoll Valley Ir
rigation District, or in tho proceed
ings for the issue and sale of said
bonds may, within the time provided
by law demur to or answer said pe
tition and contest matters therein
This notice is published pursuant
to an order made by the Honorable
D. V. Kuykendall, Judge Of the Cir
cuit Court of the State of Oregon
for Klamath County, made and en
tered on tho 12th day of November,
A. D. 1019. C. R. DE LAP,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
Stato of Oregon for Klamath
Surety bonds ivnlle you wait. Cbll
coin & Suiltb. K-tf
Real Estate, Insurance,
Jas. M. Watkins Jr.
November meeting of Business
Men's Association FRIDAY NIGHT.
Uauquet at Deer Head Grill, 7t30 p.
m., November 28, 1919, All mem
bers urged to attend.
ny order of tho President.
Northwest of Moiin,
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The wartime crowit of "Fuel
AdmlnlHtr.Uor" has boon thrust
bark upon tlie brow of Harry 8.1
iinrflold. son of .former President!
Rarfiold. This Is the KOvern-
mont's ilovo in the present In
dustrial crisis brought about by
tho strike of tho conl miners.''
Garfield is empowered by Presi
dent Wilson to take tho sumo
drastic steps as In tho winter of
1917, If necessary to keep the
nation warm and industrial
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Superiority Demonstrated in World War
E. N. Hurley, who served throughout tho war as chairman
of the United Slates Shipping Board, was asked what in hjs job
had impressed him most. He answered:
"The ellioieney of private ownership and operation as com
pared with public ownership and operation ALL PRODUC
TION CENTERS ON Till-: COST you can't get awav from
that. Shift responsibility for the cost, for the best possible result
under a given set of circumstances anil you shift the responsibil
ity for ellieiency. On the Shipping Board, we shifted this respon
sibility from private shipbuilding concerns to the Government.
"'With the shifting of responsibility of cost to the Govern
ment, that keen interest in results which follows private tniihtive
was gone. THERE YOU HAVE THE WHOLE PROBLEM AH
BETWEEN PUBLIC OWNERSHIP AND PRIVATE (iV 'III
"I don't know of a government-owned plant that pi "v
more than two-thirds ellieiency. In the years to con.e iM ,.y
may be found to keep incentive to best endeavor in vu: v i V
government ownership, but until that is discovered 'Jv.;. -.. ,m
may be classed as a failure."
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California-Oregon Power Company
u ehtld tlmt " is to
Is tnWn Into n p:irk or
awny tn !!' rmmiry III l be b"ln' tln.
the fre-tb nlr will iTwt a -un'. nnil It
Is there exposed to furthi-r Infection
from the pollen of the plants that nre
Posldes the rimweeds. whleh are th
prlneijuil offondeiN. there are several
other wild ttowt-rs that, thmich itillf
Iiinoeeiil when left iilntie. nre llkelj
MOTOR CARS ON STAGE LINE
Old Four-ln-Hand Vehicles on Nevada
Roadways Succumb to March
Since lines In Nevada have nbnn
I doueil t In- (Itiie-hiiiinored fonr-liiliiitiil"
of horses In favor of blcb-powered
lo cause hay fuvcr If applied dlreetl) j "",,,,r busses.
to the nostrils of chltilmi. Anions
lhe.se Oii-tor Srhcppegrell warns us es
peel.tlly nnitist the daisy lleoliiine, one
of lhi commonest of weeds. It grows
from one to two feet In lieleht, has
llchr creen utmost toothless leaves, I
dtil.sy-IIke llowers tiboiit half sit Inch '
whip, with a larce greenish yellow ,
disk, white rnys . oecn.slniiully lllae-!
tlngeil, shnrter than those of the dulHy !
and sotrieliines.entlrely absent.
Other (lowers uguinst which Doctor
SchepiM'grell warns are the dandelion.
Held daisy, blue-keyed Susan, and other
of the Compo.situe family. These are
harmless unless one sniffs their bios
soms, In wlileh case they ure likely to
start a liny fever that muy persist well
Into the full.
GUSS OF SALTS
your Hack hurts or Madder
botliera you, drink lots
When your kidneys hurt and your
back feels soro, don't get scared and
proceed to load your stomach with
a lot of drugs that oxclto tho kid
neys and irritate the on tiro urinary
tract. Keep your kfdnoys clean llko
you keep your bowels clean, by flush
ing them with a mild, harmless salts
which removes tho body's urinous
waste and stimulates them to their
normal activity. The function of tho
kidneys is to filter tho blood. In 24
hours they strain from it COO grams
of acid and waste, so wo can readily
understand tho vital Importance of
keeping the kidneys active.
Drink lots of water you can't
drink too much; also get from any
pharmacist about four ounces of Jud
Salts; tako a tablpspoonful In u glass
of wator before breakfast each morn
ing for a few days and your kidneys
will act lino. This famous suits is
made from tho acid of grapes and
lemon julco, coblnod with llthfa, and
has been used for generations to
clean and stlmulato cloggod kidneys;
also to noutrallzo tho acids in urine
so It no longer Is a sourco of irrita
tion, thus onding bladder woaknoss,
Jad Salts is inexpensive; cannot
injuries; makes a delightful offorves
cont litbla-wator drink which ovory
ono should tako now and thoa to
keep tholr kidnoys clean and active;
Try this, also keep up tho wator
drinking, and no doubt you will won
der f ifit r"vn,'o ft your Ic'tJney
trouble and baokucho,
MfiUy, wltti clnckllko precision,
these big rnr.s pound nlong the 104
tulles of sunlillten nlknll roadway cur
r.vln passengers uud mull. In much
less time and far greuter comfort the
niiichers and business men of today
speeil over the same roads where once
rattled the four-in-hand Htni;cv slow.
Jolty and not at ull certain of reach
ing Its destination. .
The cost of transportation by motor
Wis compares favorably with opcratlus
expenses of the horse state. The pro
prietors of the lines are thorough busi
ness men and can tell to the penny the
cnsollne mileage of every car, the oil
consumption and Just how much serv
ice Is obtulned from tires. Sun Fran
Will film a BI3 Gami Hunt.
Writing of Cum .Vfrirn r.Mii'nd-i lue
of n youns mini of creiiler enterprise 1
limn lliinneint resourres who bus iltl 1
up 11 roiilnu't Willi 11 million picture!
linn lo go 011 n big triune Nhootlug ex-
pi'illllnn In KhI Afilfu uud Inke with
lilinipentlorN mid rsiueru. IIIh own
elieerful view of the umlerlnliiliK Is I
t It it t he will gel his htinoiliit:. mid the
movie llrni will eel their pictures, and
bulb will resp Milisluiillnl prollts.
Land Reclamation Scheme.
The llrltlsh board of agriculture has
Inaugurated a scheme for the reclama
tion of land on the Lincolnshire shore
of the Wash. A bank Is being con
structed from Walnfleet, a little below
Skegnees, to Frelston, near Itostnn
(Lincolnshire), commencing at the
Walnfleet end, and by this means It
Is hoped t recover about 12,000 acres.
The work la la charge of resident
engineer In Walnfleet and will employ
a large number of men, who wilt be
selected from demobilised soldiers and
sailors, sad thus obviate the taking
away of labor from agriculture. It Is
said Uiat la the middle of the last cen
tury a reclamation scheme was started,
and It waa then estimated that a suffi
ciently large area would be redeemed
front tho Wash to form a new English
county. The enterprise was abandon
ed, but experts have always maintained
Its practicability, which Is now In the
course of being tested.
Saw Qearge Eliot's Ghost.
The death of Mrs. Katherlne Mac
quold, the' veteran novelist, at the great
age of ninety-three, severs' another of
the few remaining links with the Vic
torian past. A contemporary of Oeorge
Kllot, Mrs. Macquold used, to tell bow
she once saw the famous writer in a
When Oeorgo Kllot went to live at
Chelsea Mrs. Macquold proposed to go
nnd'cull on her. Hut before she could
do so a rcmurkable unci tragic thing
One night Mrs. Macquold awoke sud
denly, and saw the figure of Oeorge
Kllot standing between the bed and
the wall. The apnurltlnn was distinct
and unmjslakublc. On the following
evening Mrs. Mitrqaotd learned of
George Kllot's death.
Try 'em. Jluruld Waul Ada.
Fiilletiic What's the mutter with
you and Fred?
l'alrlce Well, I liml a suspicion he
wasn't true to me all (lie time lie was
In France with bis regiment, and now
I'm quite sure of It,
"Last night he began saying sweet
things to mu In French."- -youktra
Get th fenuineHTtt
and Avoid HmV&J
ISginEvery Cake )
Lime Jiffy -JcU is fla
vored with lime-fruit es
sence in a vial. It nalrea
a turt, jjreen Bulad j.lL
JilTyJell desserts are
flavored with fruit-juice
essences, hi ft lily con
densed, scaled in glass.
Each dessert tastes like
a fresh-fruit dainty and
You will cliange from
old-style gelatine dainties
when you once try Jlffy
Jell. Millions have
Order from your grocef
tO Flavor, of Your Croat
December 11, 12, 13.
Better Let Us
Patch 'Em Up
Thia is the time to look over your tires with the.
idea of making them last through the winter, v
course, if you must have new tires. Diamonds are W
only ones to buy at this time of the year-r aw
other time, so far as that goes-but tfie id lea , we . wg
to convey is that we can make the old ones"
through the bad weather, and save y" fney
your tire bill by repairing the worn ones. J j
them in, and if they are worth repair jnff JJair.
you what it will cost-if they are no . twoith lepa
ing, we will tell you that, just as readily, we
make a new tire out of one that is worn out, ttuc
can take a damaged tire and repair it so ye
get many more miles out of it before it goes w
Diamond Tire & VulcanizingCo.
MARPLE &.SMITHi-Proprietors - -J
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