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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 3, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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Why Not A
Trunk, Suit Case of Bag for Xmas?
Something that you need every day of
the year. See the new styles we have
K K K Store
Exclusive on Belber Luggage
NOTICE IvvrnXG BIDS
Notice is hereby 'given that bids
will be received by the County
Court of Klamath County, Oregon,
at 'the office of the County Clerk up
to- and including December 15th
1919, for the re-decking and repair
ing of the Link-River Bridge in
Klamath Falls, Oregon, ae per plans
and Specifications on file at the
office "of the County Clerk. Bids
wrfll be opened at. the office of the
County Court on Monday December
15th. 1919t 3 o'clock, p. m.
A deposit of 10 per cent of the
amount of-each bid must accompany
Wrme. . u , j . j
,The Court reserves the right to
Mject any or all bids.
By order of the .County Court this
and. day of December 1919.
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3-t County Clerk.
NEW STEAMEIt LINE
STOCKHOLM, Oct. 11. (By
mail). The American steamer
Waco arrived here today, inaugurat
ing the first regular American steam
ship line on the Swedish east coast.
The Swedish importers and the
public arc delighted at seeing in this
American competition a powerful
weapon against the exorbitant
freights and the consequently high
prices which have been due to Swed
ish shipowners, who have hitherto
been left alone in this traffic.
Dec-ember 11, 12,
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Vacuum Lunch Kits
Vacuum lunch cases make an exceptionally fine
suggestion for Christmas. With their ability to
cany lunches large or small, to keep them hot
or cold and in the handy cases in which they
come well, here's a gift superior for boy or
girl going to school or man or woman going to
work, and next summer one will be appreciated
in the car or as an easily carried vacation or
touring lunch case. "
Oiy phhcv. ccpper,
The Western States llcclnmnllon
aroeinllon bos been organised ns a
result of the conference held No
vember 21 ami 22 nt Suit Lake City
Representatives from 13 of the rec
lamation states were present at the
confer nee. which ub called for the
purpose ot crystnlltlng sentiment in
the Western states In favor of some
dellnlte plan of furthering federal
reclamation. The association decid
ed to renncbt of Concrete an ap
propriation of $250,000,000 to. re
plenish the reclamation fund, Pro-vlt-'on
was miido for an executive
committee composed of one member
from each state to carry out the rec
ommendations of tho asisocl'ition
State Knglneer Percy A. Cupper was!
selected as executive committeeman
Tho first meeting of the executive!
committee was held In Salt Lake'
City following tho conference, and '
It is proposed to hold tho next meet
ing in Washington, D. C . soon after
the convening of Congress.
It Is proposed to raise tho neces
sary funds for carrying on tho cam
paign by voluntary subscription
Oregon's allotment is $3000. The
Importance of this movement to Ore
gon can hardly be overestimated.
Any substantial additions to the U.
S. reclamation fund will not only
permit of additional construction
work by the Reclamation Service,
but It will also greatly stlraulato Ir
rigation under tho irrigation district
i plan, which Is proving, so successful
in Oregon. It Is believed that tho
government will recelvo tho support
ot every Irrigation and drnlnngc en
terprise In tho str.te. on account o'
Its far-reaching effect. Even though
a project may not be lu n position
to directly recelvo fcdornl aid, the
fact that tho Reclamation Service' is
fn the field wU mako It much castor
tor such projects to secure tho nec
essary finances from private sources.
We are undoubtedly entering upon
an era of unprecedented development
along the lines of irrigation and
drainage, and by putting up a unit-i
ed front will now have an oppor-,
tunlty of greatly advunclng the J
cause. , j
It seems that an opportunity is
now being presented whereby Ore
gon may, be able to secure her full
share ot edoral development, par-
ticulariy if the irrigation interests
glvo , whojo-hearted support to tho
movemont initiated by tho Western
States Reclamation association at
the Salt Lake City conference.
NAVY WILL PAY
FOR GOOD IDEAS
-" WASHINGTON. Dec. 3. The
navy will pay a cash reward for usu
able ideas or Suggestions submitted
by civilian employees or persons in
Regulations to carry out the act
of Congress authorizing such pay
ments bavo been based on the meth
ods adopted by industrial establish
ments. Tho naval inventions offico
will supply forms on request for tho
submission of suggestions
Tho act states that "reward is to
be paid when, due to a suggestion or
a series of suggestions, there results
an Improvement or economy in man
! ufacturing process or plant or naval
J, The department warns employees
.and civilians against making "frivo-
gi:kmaxv vixvsi i.ntomii tax
411, 413, 415 Main St. Klamath Falls, Oregon
KLAMATH'S GREATEST STORE
"We Buy and Sell for Cash; That is why We Sell lor Loss
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HI Ik Hosiery NeKllnc!i
DieiinliiK Kuciiie Apron
Hllk Uudorear K'niniin-
DrihS (liiodii Croclint llnnt,.
FOR GROWN SON
Rath -Robs v "
RendH to String
11 on n Rags
Hex of Colored Pencils
FOR SMALL SON
" Tinker, Toy
Top , .
FOR THE HOME
FOR THE BABY
"'. Teddy Bear
Set of Gold
NEW ENGLISH I'AItTV
LONDON, Oct. 17. (Ry Mull).
A now Royalist party has been form
ed In London under tho leudor'shlp
of Cuptaln Wheutley-Crowo. It utundii
strongly for tho oupport of tho mon
archy in this country as ngnlnst,Rud
Icallsm and Holshevlsm, for tho res
toration of the Hrltlsh constitution
and tf civil liberties,
The party also wnntB to boo a
KLAMATH FALLS OREGON
WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE
BUY THEIR DRUGS
RERLIN, Oct. 15. (By Mull).
A commission of tho national UBsom-
' bly has agieod to a ulld'nc scale in clo!-r uoni1 between tho king and
the assessment of private incomes for ' People, and to this end its lond-
1 tho emniro'H omeruency. - or think It will bocomo necessary
it nrnvi.iPa for n low nr in nnr t rcorganlzo and Btrengthon tho
X. rit nil ihn firt r.ft.nnn m.ikH nnrt 12 Houoo of Lords
per cent on tho second 50,000
'marks. Fortunes of 1,000,000 marks
are to bo taxed 50 per cent,' whllo
multl-mlllolnalrca aro assessed as
high as 05 per cent.
The Chamher of Commerce of
Rrldgeton, N. J is ano of tho first
bodies of Its kind In tho east to' ad
mit women to full inomborshtp,
A blacksmith of Rotterdam wan so
ovorcomo'wlth Joy on hearing that
ho had won $40,000 in a lottory that
In his excitement ho ' lit his plpo
with tho ticket and was unablo to
provo his claim.
Best yot. Horald Want Ads,
A full line of new and up-to-date toys. Tlik
stock is all new and has not been picked over.
Don't wait too long or you may bo disappointed.
Auto Supply House
7th and Main
GRIT, BONE, MEAT SCRAPS, EGG MASH aJrffilB FMd & T.
South Sixth St
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