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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 2, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
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The Evening Herald
K. J. MUltnAY
) ' FRKD SOUIjK
Published ilnlly except Sunday by
The Hornld I'ubli.MilnR Company of
Klamath Falls, at 115 Fourth Street.
111 ' ' I mi II I II II ' ! I M
Entered nt tho postofflce nt Klam
Itth Falls, Ore., (or transmission thru
Ike mails as second-class mnttor.
lon from tho Commissioner of In
dlnn affairs and from the. Secretary
of tho Interior ami tho consent iind
support of the Superintendent of tho
i Klamath Ncsorvntton, and hold iv
, RcnornI council where this proposed
Hill ran bo dlscusstl and uury lu-
' dlnn he given a chance (u say what
hi thinks of It and Its future effect
on the Klamath Kosenntlou. We do
not like the way Mr. Ashurst has
been doing, by holding council's
lawny from tho Kiamatii Reservation
I with no public nollco to members of
' the tribe. All his councils have been
Subscription terms by mall to any . .,.,, ,,v. ,, , ...,, ... ,i,
Uddress In tho United States: i , , .1 ,. ,1 1, .... I
1 members of tho Klamath Uesorvu-i
.SS! VftLi: ,5Kn"ln- Wo foci as though wo will'
'UB8 montn ........................ ,ou . , , ..
1 rover get nnywhoro It ho continues
to do this. Wo feol that In order to J
get anywhero and havo what wo;
Member of tho Assoclntcd Press
Tho Associated Press Is exclusively
fcatltled to tho uso for republication
of all news dispatches credited to It
or not otherwlso credited In this P
Vr, and also local news published
All rights of republication of spe
cial dispatches herein are also reserv-4.
Tl'KSDAY, DKCKMHEU 2, 1011)
BJECTS TO COURSE
want, wo must do it with tho co
operation of tho President and tho
Department of the Interior nnd tho!
Bureau of Indian Affairs. This Is J
the way our Government does Itsj
business and wo must obey tho rules'
and laws of tho Government 1
1 have been Chief of Police on tho
Klamath Reservation many years
1 and I feci as though I havo the right
to express my opinion on this sub
ject I havo a family of my own and
am a citizen nnd I deny that Mr.
Ashurst has nny authority to repre
sent either me or my children.
I say what I havo on this subject
and I think I not only speak for my-
I self but for a considerable number
I of other Indians.
Speaking for myself and for a SUES FOR ALLEGED
considerable number of the otherj SHARE OF CROP
Members of the Klamath Rcservs-j
tlon,, I wish to say that I object toj Complaint has been filed In tho
tho course which Mr. Ashurst has, circuit court by C. F. Garber ngalnst
pursued In tho matter of gutting1 Clement and C. J. Bradbury to cn
Jeglslatlon from Congress Tor tho'iorco a claim for $1369, alleged to
opening of tho Kla'math Indian Re-1 be duo as plaintiff's half share of a
nervation. I say, that ho has no legal hay and grain crop raised on defend
contract with the Klamath tribe; jams' ranch near tho Lost River dam.
that he has never held a general, Plaintiff claims that under an ornl
'Council of the tribe at anytime, that contract he farmed the land on a
he has gone around quietly talking half-share proposition and that de
with the different members of the 1 fendants failed to make a Just settle-
tribe; and any contract that ho has.'ment for his share. Ho wants a do-
I -with the individual lumbers of tho
tribe and not with the Klamath tribe
as a whole. If Mr. Ashurst wants to
cree of sale of tho hay and grain
crop to satisfy the lien fcr tho
amount he claims, which he bns filed
'represent the Klamath tribe as a against the crop. W. M. Duncan is
Whole legally rjet him get pormis- plaintiff's attorney.
An unusually large assortment of the prettiest
ChristmasCards and booklets ever designed for
Christmas giving and remembrance. All on dis
play in our store now; many of them original;
others in sample form from which you can select;
cards plain; cards in colors; booklets small and
booklets large; some for a penny or two, others up
in the dollars. 'Make early selections for best
choice, the only way to get the cards and booklets
I Indcrufoott Pharmarv
K ArVTAT'H FVIT T O ntJDfinu "l
XC1 AM ATM VA1 T O noDnnu
iiuruiniinrtULt) VJlVJUUll lFrT7
, WW ,
WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE
OUT rntIR DRUGS
Getting the Fur Coat Out of the Moth Balls Should
Be a Reminder That Your Aiitnmnkilo n X
- - - i.fivMii uni
tery iNeeds a Little Extra Attention
..r, T,hi, 1,veraBe "lotorlst." bald Judd Low, manager of tho local
Exlde" Service Station, the other morning. "Is a queer cmnbina
tlon of sound American common sense and unsound American easy
Kolnenet. And what parts of his car he never sees or hears u com
plaint from he Is prone to neglect. And that, of course is main v
why the battery Buffers it never complains C0Ur8t- 8 mainly
"It does its work, right up to tho point where it has nethlni:
more to give, under the most negligent and cruel th.ntment But
of course, by the time It has reached such a point it B in mighty
had shape, and building it up again is going to cost Mr egoless
'And all this In spite of tho fact that wo are continually wr 1.
Ing our customers talking to thoin, sending them folders , . ml rt
cularson the subject of getting better i.eifor.n-,n?i. 11
life fiom the battery and keeping down b k ion ,f U 'TJv f
it tho right kind of service at the rig Hi no P eh ' L5B,Vinrf
.ending out a little folder showing tholmpartan ofn0sYvIB the
battery proper storage when the car Is laid up for the W nter 11
has been tho bad habit of many automobile owners at the annfoach
a certain sort nf nctinn nn,i ,-r.,.ti,... .. .,.?.. ..' . "'"micai nature,
when It is Idle. For this Veason It demandB 0 ItuBan'Jl 3
regular periods. This attention can best bo g a It n t
stored under such conditions and nnni.rinn.i.r, " . 'L.w"?.n '.l H t
ery expert can giro it. Because of this, we T advise 0.." cub , e b"
to remove their batteries from their cars floiidlne them to ua'to hS
atored and cared for in our storage department. T I 0 cost of win
tor storage is small and there is assurance tha tnoth ng dotHmnn' at
can napnon to tho battery during Jack Frost'B reign?" Uctrl,ne"taI
AUTO ELECTRIC SERVICE m
i 23 Main St Pk oom
This brand of Canned
Corn is of the 1919 puck
of superior grade.
m iiTiii Tftl Ml loll
A few oiifea of UK, p.,
moiiH Whlttjor brand of
lomntoes. It cannot bo
THE WINNER'S PRE-INVENTORY SALE HAS NOT A
FEW SPECIAL PRICES, BUT ALL GOODS REDUCED DUR
ING THIS SALE.
r" y i t
j- rarnT t annpn fnntc
.T.Sw An nvonllonf ofnoL" nf Fnl TVTnnfn Punnnil Ti-iiitr. m !..
-y.J;.'SWK-;SVj. illl 1..WVIH.IU .H.UV.IV V k XJ.l "", UllllllVJU 1 I UIUI I1U I-
.ZffLtmfit 'IA i Del Monte Peaces the can. 48c: doz.. S5.40
w Olri-!. 5.4s e Monte Apricots the can, 48c; doz., $5.40
VwL NS Ucl "lnlc rears tne can,bbc; doz., $5.S0
hjRv ABVvicOScf Silver Thistle reaches
a Small cans, regular 30c, can 28c; doz., $3.00
Jams, Jellies and Preserves
You can NOW at these prices afford to put in auite a supply of
Jams, Jellies and Preserves. We are handling alh brands- and of
.. - JltiNft . firat class quality. '
;- .. Red Ribbon Preserves, No. 16 size, in Blackberry, Loganberry, S.
,...r Plum, Cherry. Regular 50c value; now 40c ,
Tea Garden Preserves, all kinds except Strawberry
Regular 50c value. Sale price 45c
Strawberry. Sale price . '. 48c (
Eight-ounce Jellies' in Currant, Raspberry, Loganberry. ,
Regular 30c Sale price 24c
, Sunkist Orange Marmalade, regular 35c. Sale price .27c
Sunkist Grapefruit Marmalade, regular 35c. Sale price 27c
Welch Grapelade, regular 45c. Sale price .. 39c
A Splendid Assortment
We carry a large sup
ply of Cooking and Sal
Wesson Salad Oil, qts.
Sale price $ .85
Wesson Salad Oil, V2
Gal. Reg. $1.90.
Sale price ..:-..... 1.60
Mazola Oil, pts.
Sale price $ .43
Mazola Oil, qts.
Sale price 85
Mazola Oil, V2 Cl
Sale price 1.65
Mazola Oil, gal.
Sale price ....,. 3.25
Royal, Shilling's and K. C. Baking Powders are
one of the best features of our great Pre-Inventory
Sale and you will find and excellent value in this
Itojnl linking; I'owilcr, 11! .. regular -inc. Kalo price... .$ .40
ltoyul Unking I'!t, 1 Vt U"m ri'K"l'r ijU.iSO Halo iiico. . . I. ID
lUijtn! Ilaklnc I'omlcr, 5 lbs., ri'Kiilur Jjtl2.f0. Halo rl 2.115
KIiIIIIiik'h Halting Tomlcr, 1 Hi., tcgulai- ."55c. Halo price. ....... .00
KIiIIIIiik'h ItnkliiR I'ouilcr, UJ lbs., m-kiiIiii-8I.UO Knlo piiro.... 1.21
KIillllng'H linking I'owder, 5 lbs., regular !?2.,10. Halo prleis. . 2.IIH
K. ('. linking Powder, 25 um. Halo price 2!t
K. l it;il;lng I'ouder, 50 oh. Halo price 15
IC .0. linking I'oMder, 80 o.h. Halo prleo 7;l
CRISCO, LARD AND
Crisco, 1 lb 35c
IV2 l8' - 53c
3 lbs $1.00
6 lbs $2.00
Sinclair's Pure Lard,
Sinclair's Pure Lard,
Large Pails $3.25
GOOD VALUES IN
White House Coffee,
Reg. 60c. Sale price 54c
Hill Bros.' Coffee. Reg.
60c. Sale price 55c
Shilling's Coffee, "Con
tract." Sale price.. ..57c
Barrington Hall Sol
uble glass 47c
A KltKHil KTOOK IN NKW
Heeded IIuInIus, No. Id pkg.
Keg. 25o. Halo prlco 10c
Ht;eded ltalHlim, No. 12'pkg.
Ueg. 20e. Halo price 15c
KccdlcHH KuInIiih, No. 15 pkg.
Iteg. 25c. Halo price JOo
HecdlcHH ItalslriH, No, 10 pkg.
Iteg. 20c. Halo prlco 15c
CliiHtcr KiiIhIiih. iteg. 0c.
Halo price 2lc
rruncN, I'cllto. Iteg. 20c.
Halo price 14c
I'niiicH, 70 to 80, Reg. 25c.
Halo prlco :.2Ic
1'runen, 50 to 00. Hog. 27 Wc
Halo prlco , 22o
IVuncH, 110 to 40. Iteg. U5c.
Halo prlco ., lUc
Any quantity of Soap
of all descriptions and
for all purposes. You
will do better in buying
soap in large supplies at
Lenox Soap, the bar 5c
P. & G. White Nap
tha, 3 bars 25c
Ivory, 6 oz. bar,
4 bars 25c
Ivory, 10 oz. bar,
3 bars ..
Pearline, 3 for 25c
The oldest washing
powder on the market.
White Star, pkg 8c
A naptha washing powder.