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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 13, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
" '" loin
A now shipment Just recelv
cd b express - Almonds nnd
Kreih California stock.
Our t.lk to yiu i to save
jou dollar ui'iJ cents; there
fore, c me to tho storo untl see
our uondorful prlevs. or call
up nnd nsk us about them.
A good lino of tho host
pickles In bottle and bulk.
Fancy home-cut Sweet Pickles.
Sour and 1)111 Tickles In bulk.
A FIIKSII SHIPMENT OF
PICKLED TIGS' FEET IN
HULK A VERY GOOD STOCK
2 lbs. for $1.45
dwiwwri 1 Vw m ivi i .-in
while they last
1 lb 15 02. Jar, 93c
EGGS Fresh Petaluma
HAM AND BACON
Swift's Tremtum Hams and
Dacon at tho special prices vro
are offering thorn cannot bo
Ham 42c lb
This year's crops of Dried
Fruits Tenches, Aprlcdts,
Prunes and Unitlns Seeded
Seeded anil Thompson's Scod
Tho Cash and Carry Storo Is
tho nlaeo whom you can't
wrong on anything you
to buy. Uso your phono.
Snucr Kraut and Tcanut
Duller. Wo havo tho best In
tho city In bulk.
Tho reason wo can save you
money on your groceries Is bo
cnuso wo havo No Hired Help.
No Deliveries and Very Low
DON'T FORGET THE STORE
WITH THE UNION CARD.
fly J. C SIIEKWIN
Cash and Carry Store
P. C. KNIGHT, Prop.
119 N. Fourth St.
Just Back of the First National Bank
had been mado dlroctor-general of. to his regular occupation as stablo
Lady Astor's campaign. man with ono of tho Plymouth coach
Silk-hatted and officious oxecu-'8erv,ce8, I)ut th' tlmo ho was am-
f l.Ifx..n t. ..m.. 41 .! B A Aft
lives of the Unionist party hold u,wuuo' uo "u """ u cor
council dally and drafted the can-
(By Hail). It
didate's strategic moves, but it was
Churchwood also silk-hatted, al
though less officious who really de
termined whether these plans should
bo executed or vetoed.
Lady Astor would enter her car
riage in tho morning. Churchwood
would whip up tho elegant pair of
sorrels and the candidate would roll
away, unmindful of whither alio was
If Churchwood from his
was an up-to-date
"Man on the Box" who guided the (bound.
destinies of Lady Astor's campaign vantage point saw a street corner ,8ervo ni8 curry-comb nnd hoof-hook
to determine whether she would bejgathering or a lowly abode wheejaml R0 ack to n nvory tnblo to
the first woman commoner of Eng-'Lady Astor might get a hearing,' he" await tho noxt Astor campaign.
respondent of tho Associated Tress,
to Journey to London with Lady As
tor herself, who was moro certain
of tho outcome of tho election than
Ifo was hopeful that In n fow
months ho would bo driving nor
from her residence to tho House of
Commons and waiting for her to
finish haranguing tho houso, but was
a bit fearful lest shu shold elect a
motor for her London needs. In that
event Churchwood Intended to re-
More than a score of newspaper
correspondents who. trailed Lady As-,
tor during her electioneering and
Junketing, about Elymouth.-had-Uif-ficutty
for some time in learning in
advanco where she intended to
make her- next appeal for votes. The
would rein in tho horses without
asking leave, and let her do tho
SAN JOSE, Cal., Dec. 13. Wrlt
Iten on papyrus yollow with ago In
When tho speech and tho ensuing I characters of tho ancient Armenian,
cross-fire of questions had ended, orja language now entirely out of uso,
when Churchwood sensed a waning I a Blblo owned by G. E. AtklnBon,
in the Interest of the auditors, ho! social secretary of tho Y. M. C. A.
would. Jerk a peremptory thumb In hero, Is attracting much nttontlon.
reason developed when it was learn-ithe direction of the back seat, say-1 Tho llttlo book, which. It is ostl-
ed that it was neither Lady Astor, ing: "Get in." Whereupon Lady, mated, was written with vcgotablo
nor Lord Astor who were guiding I Astor would resume her place In 'Inks about 1000 years ago, Is doco-
her niennderings, but the ruddy
faced, bulky old coachman, Church
wood, who had been serving the As
tor family through threes political
battles. Ho acknowledged that he
the carriage and it would proceed I rated with Orlontal arabesques In
to the next halt. jred, gold nnd blue. It was sent to
When Lord Astor ended the pro-1 Mr. Atkinson by his brother, a mod
vious campaign, Churchwood deliv
ered his felicitations and went back
ical worker in Asia Minor, who lost
his life In tha war.
Superiority Demonstrated in World War
E. N. Hurley, who served throughout the war as chairman
of the United States Shipping Board, was asked what in his job
had impressed him most. He answered:
"The efficiency of private ownership and operation as com
pared with public ownership and operation ALL PRODUC
TION CENTERS ON THE COST you can't get away from
that. Shift responsibility for the cost, for the best possible result
under a given set of circumstances and you shift the responsibil
ity for efficiency. 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 initiative
was gone. THERE YOU HAVE THE WHOLE PROBLEM AS'
BETWEEN PUBLIC OWNERSHIP AND PRIVATE OWNER
"I don't know of a government-owned plant that produces
more than two-thirds efficiency. In the years to come some way
may be found to keep incentive to best endeavor in men under
government ownership, but until that is discovered that system
may be classed as a failure."
California-Oregon Power Company
1 1 Kit K novor wni ouch
n doll. It whs the very
ticinc of toy luventluii.
oIiiihIp of foiilhrcs.
Kriit't'ftil of form, tip
imrolod In mnterlnU
duplU'iitlnu of tho
latest Hindi' of Cush
ion, I'loxllilo of Joint,
some Inner nii'dmn
Ism moved ryes nnd
lips, nnd then It talked
miked? HIesi you I
yo. In the clearest
chltdlsh nccetit. No
wondor It did nil thoso thins, for,
when Wnrrvn Ilrlll niked th price,
the salesman replied:
. "Seventy-five dollnni, lr."
"WhowT asplrntfd Roy Durton. who
had accompanied Drill on his Chrlit
mat shopping tour.
"I'll take It," said tho lattrr.
"Why, you've gone clear daffy," re
monstrated ilurton. "You'vo got no
little one at home."
MN-no, thnt'a no," replied Warren In
his diffident, hesltntlnt way, "but, you
see." and he grew flustered "Ml"
"Eh I Nellie Deere? 8arely you're
not thinking of giving that growu op
beauty a dollT
"Oh. dear no!" answered Ilrlll.
and he fluttered like a frightened
schoolboy. "1 wouldn't dart to offer
'her a gift. . I was thinking of present
ing the doll to her little niece, Dor
othy. I hope Mis Deere won't resent
my taking auch a liberty, Of course
wo're qulta friendly"
"Friendly I" Interrupted Ilurton.
"That' putting It mildly. Why, every
body know you ro
In lovo with Nel
lie, nnd tho way
she favor your
how sho regards
"Oh, do you
think so. positive
ly?" gasped Wnr
ren. HI face was
n vnst map of
lonplng hope. "You
don't know how
how happy you
make me. Juit put
the doll nMde."
to tho anlrsinnn. "I shtill want some
cpeclal records mndo nnd I'll sec you
"It's n bold scheme." BollloquUcd
Warren, ami proceeded straight back
to the toy store. He sought nut tho
salesman. "Now, ns I understand It."
he snld, "a regular bnby phonograph
device InMde the doll mnkca It ay
all those cute things, when yon op
erate a button?"
"That's It." neceded tho clerk.
"And I can have a spcclnl record
"Surely. Wo can nttend to that
Warren met Nelllo on the street the
dny before Christmas, and she men
tioned the fact Hint she had been very
much disappointed as to the Christmas
tree they had received. It being strag
gly nml undersized.
"Why," spoko Warren eagerly, "I
saw the finest layout of trees down at
Chester only yestcrdny, MIrs Deere.
I haven't n thing to do the reit of
the duy. Won't you dcputlsso me to
help give the little ones a good time?"
Warren nrrlvcd at the Decro homo
with the tree nnd vnrlous packages.
He helped Nelllo trim the tree. Ho
operated, the talking doll to .even the
wonderment of Mr. nnd Mrs. Deere,
who at ten o'clock Indulgently re
tired. Wnrren began to net nervous. He
had placed n new record specially
at . Iy his side, his
U ffyjgfcfr 1 flser on tho but
ton, jvenie was
looping u string
mnde to order In
sldo the doll. He
set It on a chair
of holly near the
folding doors. Sho
looked at him
ntrnngely as ho
Nellie, I have
something to say
to you (lint Is
yes something to
ten you. nnd can't say It. Won't you
please listen to what my llttlo friend
here, the doll, will say for me, nnd
then mnybo maybe you'll say some
"Dear Nellie, I love you. I know
thnt you are a star high obovo me,
"tnl tho bent mun In the world un
worthy of you; but I can glvo you
every luxury and add the greatest one
of nil love. Say It's not altogether
Nelly blushed peony red. Then she
smiled slightly, almost quizzically.
Slio moved four steps. They brought
her directly under tho mistletoe. War
ren nroso to his feet.
"Oh, Nelllo I" ho cried, "you you
didn't get under that mistlctoo on pur
pose?" Sho hung her head embarrassed, yet
Inviting. He stole to her, brave as
a lion. Ho circled her waist with
his arm. 8ho snuggled closer; he
pressed his lips to hers.
"Oh, a merry Christmas to all the
world," he Jubilated expansively, nnd
In tho accents there was tho cheer of
a happy, buppy man.
S FOR SALE MiscuUaneouftl1''"" him
Jj I ' ""ll I'bi'ii, ki ,
-w - - - - -w. W ' II I It
I KlHl HAM. .NOW IIIIIRO, HUH Hilt-
oil, at wlioltmnlo price, t'nii bo
hooii itrtot noons at lltM Lincoln,
IMiiinu 11 Ml.
"""IS, 111. ..
KOU HAI.U l)no unnrtor horso
powor motor, ono throo homo
power motor, nun DO gallon hot
water tnnlc Imiutru Now City
Laundry 1 1-1 Ot
KOU 8AIjK Sovon pnssungor Hulek
car, nt Whlto l'ollcnu Oarago
W'lM tuko dish or stock In luchuiiKo.
C. H. Doollttlo, LntiKoll Valley, Ore
KOU 8AMC1C0 ton of flwt clns
Uyo Hny. Kino feeding grounds
and plenty of water. Knrly spring
pasture If dvtlred. Addros llox
400, Klamath Kails, 8-0t
KOU BALK Ono pan bay tuaros,
wolgtit about 1300 lb, each, agod
four nnd six year: also ono set
harness and ono lumber wagon, site
3V. Inquire Sam King, Shipping,
KOU SAI.K Dining table, buffet
nnd chllds' wnrdrobu. All In good
condition. Phono 330-M or call
1019 Jotforon ll-3t
KOU HAI.K Chonp for cosh. A
two-pteco, dry wall Aoncroto
block, machlno; good a new: uaed
only ono soanon. Could not bo
bought todny for I4G00. Will sell
nt a bargain a ownor I In othor
lino of builiiosa and cannot give it
til attention, Splendid opening
here for this business a there I a
big demand for block nnd concrete
'bricks. Machlno In In tho city nnd
can bo soon nt any time. Don't
answer unless you havo tho cash.
Address Ilox 1, Herald Office. 1-tf
FOR RENT OR LEASE
KOU HUNT Kurnlshnd room. In
qulroi.nl 12S Second St. after
G:3Q p. in. I2tt
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uu Jt tkl
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LOST AND FOUND
wuui A iiinni Bill, i
lwd ornament on eacfiidJ'"!
black tassel oa end. R0 uro '' "d
"" Bavlng, Il.n". u0.
PHONB PEYTON tor WooTTnT
Qnrbago rotnored phone " i
IF YOU WANT BTUDBNTHPIP
call the Klamath Count 58
hchopl-phono 360. Girl, for t ,
copying and filing; Uo gSSS
louiowurk, caring for children Tic
Hoy for clerking, messonuor Mrtlt.
chores, etc Special attention li il
on to thla wvlco by the .chool
authorities ami nn offort Is to U
mado to mako clllclont, conTenlent
nml prollmblo both to tho Undent
and to thoau requiring thoir icrvkei
KOU HUNT Nicely furnlshod room
uso of phono and bath, Ktiruaco
heat, Phono 43C 11-tf
Wo iiiiike a H'llnlly of lire, life
nml iirrldciit Initirinre. Phone 0(1 and
mo'II do the ret. (tillrolo & Smili
CONSIDHU tho nfter-wolfare as woll as present pleas
ureof your boys and girls, by Including n Plrst Na
tional SAV1NOS ACCOUNT among their Chrlfltmns gifts.
Wo pormlt tho opening of Christmas Savings Accounts
iipon deposit of most any amount.. ,
K. It. Ilcmtii's, Pi-esldfiit
A. M. Collier, Vici'-Piwldcnt
John M. Moore, Vlci-Prrslilent
Ix'hIIo Itogers, ('ashler
the First National Bank
Surety bond wnllo you wait Oh
Uo to HlKHilinrdH anil Iniv vnnr
aonson tickets for tho Musical Club co Bniiin.
sorlcs of concerts and hoar tho now "
Allco Nollson records 11-Ct 'Want Ads bring results.
Any Kind of a Brush
A brush Is Indeed n useful Horn, and
In fact will make a lino gift; n lmlr
brush, for Instance or ovon a tooth
lirush or n clothes brush or a hat brush,
nn nssortmont or equipment of brushes,
or military brushes two In a sot. Some
without boxes, somo in boxes, high
quality brushes, such ns wo soil nnd
In tho lino assortments wo show aro ex
collont, suggestions for gifts to bo given.
It will' pay to soo them, pay to buy
f'v KLAMATH FALLS OREGON IM1
)l PURTTV I
WHERE PARTICULAR PCOPLC
BUY THEIR DRUGS
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