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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 5, 1919)
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. THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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Winter is Here and Our Windows are Frosted
Our display of Meats, Poultry, Fish and Belgian Hares, Sausage
of all kinds are displayed on our counters. Come in to select what
you like from them. We cany the best meats in the city sold as
cheap if not cheaper than elsewhere. Everyone is made to feel
at home in this MARKET. You will always receive courteous
treatment, even if you do not find what you are looking for.
An inspection of our Sausage Factory is open to anyone at any
time. Don't forget our Special Pork Sausage, made from pure
pork and seasoned to taste.
PLEASE NOTICE '
Commencing Hondity. December 8, 1910, on account '
of the condition of tho roads, oar delivery scrvlou will
Icatp the market promptly on this schedule:
Going cast at . 8:3 a. in.
ioingiwest at . 0:06 a. m.
Going east at 10::M a. nu
Going cast at 11:00 a. in.
One delivery hi the afternoon nt S o'clock.
THE PEOPLE'S MARKET
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'FROM PRODUCER TO CONSUMER"
Klamath Falls, Ore.
534 Main St.
Our Shop is being fitted with the
best equipment obtainable, and a
first-class Stationery Store opened.
JuSS 126 Main Street
are the things that cotrat I
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have made good
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01 i Is
The semi-centennial of woman
suffrage in Wyoming, the first state
to give to women the right to vote,
is to bo celebrated on December 10.
Tho first voter is said to havo been
a 70-year-old woman, who voted on
her way to tho halter's and went to
tho polls with a yeast pitcher in ono
hand and a ballot in the other.
I A. F.Graham I
I General I
I Concrete I
I Construction I
I Shasta Sand Used I
tIS BEING MAPPED
Plans tor the drainage system of
the Langoll valley irrigation district
are being completed by C. T. Dar
ley, project engineer. Test borings
have been taken over tho entire dis
trict and tho englneor is now plat
ting the proposed system, which will
include about 15,000 acres, or half
of tho new district. The plans of
the district call for an outlay of
$180,000 for drainage.
A petition for confirmation of all
procedure so far taken in establish
ing tho district is pending in the
circuit court. Tho directors of the
district are having all preliminary
work finished as rapidly as possible
and perfecting all plans, so that
when the time comes to begin actual
construction the project can be put
through without delay. t
Springfield, Mass., was probably
the first American city to choose a
woman as city physician. In 1872,
when twelve masculine M. D.'s wero
contesting for the office, friends o!
Dr. Sarah J. Williams offered her
namo as the thirteenth candidate,
and she proved to be the successful
PIONEER LIVES TO
RIPE OLD AGE
AVKNTACIIEE, Wash.. Hoc. 5.
David Livingstone pioneer of the
far west recently celebrated nt his
homo near here, his 09th hlrthdny.
He Is a cousin of David Living
stone, tho famous African explorer,
grandson of ono of Napoleon's
officers and a veteran of tho Mexi
Despite, or perhaps because of,
his seventy years spent In hnrdshlpr
of tho new west, Livingstone is de
clared to be in possession of all his
faculties, with an accuracy of oyc
and a strength of arm thnt enables
him at twolve feet to throw a bowlc
knife through an Inch board.
Livingstone went to California b
way of the Isthmus of Panama in
1849. Ho know Grant, MrClcllan.
Shorldan and Pickett whcji the
wore subordinate officers In the
frontier army. Moses, Muklltuk.
Seattle, Kamlakin, Tonnsket, Jos
eph and other famous Indian chief
of the northwest wero his acquaint
In the long years ho hn lived in
tho went ho lifts been hunter, trador,
trapper, sailor, scout, prospector,
gold miner, horso breeder, marks
man and athlete.
Try 'em. Herald Want Ads.
Geneva, 111., onco boasted of hav
ing a nourishing Methodist church
with a membership composed exclu
sively of women.
"THE PICK OF THE PICTURES"
II .V. POOLK, Owner. HAKItY HOKIOL, Musical Director
"THE WINNING STROKE"
is a fjroat college htoiy starring
GEORGE WALSH ,
"FOUR OF A KIND"
will Rive you a Reed laugh, ,
and the FOX NEWS
shows latest events by camera
Coming Sunday Tlio grcut Torn Mix, tho man who never
"ROUGH RIDING ROMANCE"
Coming Soon "Broken Blossoms"
loorn oncei 1:0 and Q:0 P. M. Evening pictures start at 7 o'clock
Tl'CSON, Arlx , Doc. 6 - Construe
tlon of two railroads, ono to nn out-,
lei on tho Oulf of California. Is
looked upon by loading cltUons and
obsorvors gotuirnlly as having an
Important bearing upon tho futuro
dovolopment of thu nouthwrat.
Tho rond to lldowutnr is expected
to bo constructed fram AJo. Pima
county. Arizona, to Ban Jorge bay,
Sonora. Mexico, a distance of about
90 miles. Although but little pub
lc mention has been made concern
ing the present project, It Is declar
od thnt Col. John C. droimway, gen
eral mannger of two largo mining
companies before- ho went to war
against Germany, hns prnctlcnlly
completed final arrangements In tho
east for financing tho project. Under
concessions granted by the Mexican
government for tho right of way
over tho CO miles of the rond which
would bo constructed In Sonora, it
Is said that ample time remnlim for
thu building of the line.
Colonel. Oreenwny, when opening
up n copper deposit at AJo, had a
railroad built from Ulla, on the
Southern Pacific, to AJo, a dlstnnco
of ubout GO miles and In a southorly
direction. What remains Is tho ex
tension of the road through to tho
When the road reaches San Jorgo
bay, a 35-yoar-old dream of Arlzon
ans will bo renllzod. The rnllrond Is
looked to to furnish an ocean out
let for copper matter shipments to
enstorn rellnorles, by wny of tho Pa
cific ocean and the Panama canal.
Arizona ranks us tho foremost cop
per producing state. Of secondary
Importance would bo the outlet for
cotton and other agricultural pro
ducts. 'a tcntatlvo routo for tho railroad
runs slightly wost of south to Quito
bnqulto, Just north of thn Inturua
tlonal boundary, thenco down tho
nlluy east of Plnacnte peak in Mex
ico and thon turns westward toward
San Jorgo bay. Men of tho Tucson,
Cornelia & Olln Ilcnd railroad, which
is tho name of Colonol (Ireonwuy's
lino from Olln to AJo, havo been
working on surveys for tho road Into
Kan Jorge bay is described as a
well projuctcd harbor but shallow;
one in which a great' deal of work
would havo to bo dono. Snmtnor
tides In tho north end of tho Qnlf
of California nro said to bo tho
largest on either American coast,
outsldo of tho Hay of Fundy, bolug
10 fcot on somu occasions.
Tho other ruilroad, construction
of which Is planned, Is tho Vurde
Valley railroad, futhured by James
J. Douglas, of Douglas, Arizona, and
Important mining interests. Surveys
contomplnto construction from Jo
romo, Yavapai county, southu'ist
through tho fertile Vertlo valloy, and
thenco nearly south Into tho Salt
Itlver valloy, connecting with tho
Arizona Eastorn railroad at Mcsu.
Tho road would ho about 100 miles
long and would open up a mining,
(."attic, and agricultural"" country now
duprivod of all rail transportation.
HERALD'S CLASSIFIED CNIIII
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
KOK BALI-: Uyo Huy 110.00 per
ton If taken by thn stack nt tho
Mondonhult Ptnco. P. C. Cnrlnon,
Klamath Falls. -t
KOIl SALK 100 tons flru clum al
falfa liny, also straw. Jny Man
ning. Klnuinth Falls, 11. F. I). No. 1.
FOlt HALE .19 18 Dodgu car In A-l
condition, auto robe. L, U. Hinlth
shot gun. high boots and cunt, cninp
tag. equipment, now floss niHttress,
bed and springs, pillows, now bonu
tlful electric percolator urn stylo,
nlumlnuhi ware, wafflo Iron, dlshrvt,
books, tools, etc. Cull aftor'10 a. in.
1125 Main 8t. K. O. Argraves.
KOIl SALE One 35 lb feather bed
and double pillow. All (lucwe nuil
Duck foathors. Price )25.00. Phono
3G6J or call 229 N ltlvorsldo. 2-0t
FOlt BALK Cheap for cush. A
two-ploco, dry wall Aancroto
block machine: good as new: used
only ono sennon. Could not be
bought today for $1500. Will sell
at a bargain as ownor Is In other
lino of business nnd cannot give It
his attention. Hplendld opening
hern for this business as thoro Is a
big demand for blocks and concratu
bricks. Machine Is In thu city nnd
can bo seen at any time. Don't
nuswer unless you hnvo thu cash.
Address Hex 1. Herald Olllee. 1-tf
HONANZA, Dec. B. Tho Elllson
Whlto Chautauqua, Just closod lioro
after a week's engagement, attract
ed tho largest crowds oior drawn
togethor by any community affair.
Tho hall was crowded to capacity
each night. Tho Chautauqua is said
to have been a financial success and
everyone Is enthusiastic and unani
mously agreed on a rotnrn engage
ment hero noxt year, fundB for which
wero guaranteed at tho final even
C. T. Darloy is having a numbor
of Improvements mada on tho Bo
nanza hotel. Flvo additional rooms
are bolng added and plumbing Is bo
lng installed for a prlvato sower sys
tem, Newly awakopod dovoldpmont
In the Bonanza and Langoll valloy
sections has created a demand for
hotel accommodations that makes
FOlt SALE nt n bargain the follow-
lng second hand cars: 2 101(1
Reo's In good condition. $860. each:
1- 1010 Ford touring cur $350.;
2 Htudebakers, 5 passenger J850.,
nnd 10li0. C. L. McWIIllnuis,
1157 Main, Phono U59. lftf
WANTED - Horses to ,Btor ..,
!or month Jny Mnnnint .V'1
I'.lh Falls. It. F u Mnn.,n' Kl.
"" ou- 3 lt
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December II, 12,
WANTED-A good ,econd h
Piano for cash. Ilorald t.U
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Photo of comtinny "C" m
nd Field Hlgnnl llntUllon. Vid
as koapinka. Klndor pleuw reuirl
to L. Hyan. Callfornla-Orogon l'o.
r o- 3.jh
LOST Ivory bracolot umbrtill
handle, betweon 10th nnd lm
on Main. Itcturn to JmlR0 IcTltfi
I.OHT A black goodyoar hip boot
between Mnlln nnd Klamath Falls'
llewnrd It returned to Herald offlc'
FOR RENT OR LEASE
FOlt KENT: llousokooplng nnd
stooping rooms 1313 Main,
FOlt HUNT Farm of two hundred
ncroH, mostly all under Irrigation.
P. C. Carlson, ilox 185, Klamath
FOlt KENT Heated rooms, butli
nnd phone. 840 Walnut, cor. 9th.
WANTED Olrl for general house
work nnd cooking Mrs. O. O. Lnb
aroo, Hly, Orogon. 1-tf
LOST.-On tho Merrill road, to-
twenn the King placo and Kim.
nth Falls, a soldlnr's ororcoat. It-
turn to O. K Trnnsfer. Mf
"S JTU ATIONS WANTED
IF YOU WANT 8TUDK.NT 1IKI.P,
coll the Kltitimth County Illjh
School plionu 350. Girls for typing
copying and tiling, alio general
liiiusuwork, caring for children etc.
Hoys for clerking, int-ssungcr aertlce,
chores, etc. Spuclnl nttcntlon is fi
en to this survlco by the school
antliorltli'.H nnd nn effort Ii to tie
mndo to maku nlllrlont, conrcnlcnt
mid prolltnblo both to the student
mid to those requiring their serrlcce.
Wo ttinke n hiHTlnlty ( lln, lift
nnd iirrldciit limurt'iie. l'limid Oil aid .
tte'll do the rcxt. Clillroto & 8m Ik
PHONW PKYTON tor Wood. 11MU
MADAM IOINA, Palraiir-
WANTI0D Wo'mnn to tnko homo
washing for family of two. In-
qulro or write Ilox A, Herald Olllco.
VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVViiVVirVi iii tr
WANTED--100 sacks ilry land po
inlnnH. Will Hiiimlv mv own sacks.
Joo Kmllng, 1327 .Snrgont Avo. 4-31
Try our cronm broad. Mado from
Drlftod Snow flour 10 contn a loaf.
Central Market. 335 0th St. 4-fit
World'M (ircalmt Phrenologist,
Palmist and Mrdlum
Hoads your cntlro life part,
prVhunl nnd future correctly,gi
lng names, dates and figures In bus
iness, love, law, ranrrlBKO and dom
estic troubles. Tolls you what yot
aro best adapted for anil what to i
to hotter your conditions In lite.
This lady rends your hand as yo
would nn open book. A reading cy
her will moot your hlKhoflt expecta
tions, and you will bo w er ani
hupplor. after consulting bor. ne
having the gift of removing all cH
InlluoHcos and placing you In an en
vironment of happy thought anj
rontontmont. Headings: Sunday in
dully, 9 n. in. to 9:30 p. m. ltooa . I.
Swanson Hldg., ovor gun "lore, Mali
. i. .......,.. mil nnil Till. ODD. WMl-
om Union. Klamath Falls. OroRO,.
I Art the foundation of Good Drat
The value in buyine Nettleton Shoes j thaUhgr
not only look well when new but tkf rw
Avoiu the loss and disappointment of expen
, nicming. Wc recommend Nettlctons.
HOLD Y THK
' 'Agtnt for Nettleton Men's "gjj