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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 16, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, RLAMAtH FALLS, OREGON
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When you pass a good store and see some
thing you want, you go in and buy it. So it
is in our business. When you look over our
menu you will see something you want to
eat and you will satisfy your desire by get
ting it. Now, that is not all you will get
the best with service. Prop into the Rex Cnfe
for a dinner, if you have not already done
so, and we will convince you, ."A satisfied
customer always brings another.'
THE REX CAFE
Oregon State Federation Peti
tions Union Leaders to
Adopt Savings Policy.
Portland, Ore. Tho Oregon State
Federation of lAbor hai nsUrd thr con
feVeuco of tho heads of International
labor imloiiB nrtllt.itcd with tho Ameri
can Federation of Labor, which opns
Its mslou In Washington, I). C, U-
I cember 13, to Include- lu any piograut
X j that they may promulgate us n rcMtft
I of the failure of tho Industrial coa
a plan!; memorialising th
Vnilornl (liivnriiinnnt to .rontlmio tind
X. ' elaborate. If necr.iry. Its Thilft and
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X nr savings cuauips iiiovenimii ua, u. 4
.' permanent national policy The Oio-l t
t I con Federation also has asM'd a I other V
.. sunt? i-eurrauuns in i.auor 111 iiiuim
J I United States to make a similar ro II
.$ 1 quest of tho conference. President O.
. A It. llnr.ig of tho Orcon 'edoratlou I !
.X. I sletiLi) the Itticr. which follows- I Jv
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COLLECTS TWIXK BALI
SACRA VENTO. Cal
PostaistresaE. G1.' Crofts ot.Penirn."
CalYornla. is setting a'flne example"'
ia iarm, ah 111c wane miuo "
fcs come . across, in ibe past few
-rean she has. wound into a ball
wtalco. now weighs eight pounds and
romiinii niieen miies 01 i iue. iuc
postofflce department no longer -sup-
lie the Penryn office with twine, culated,i-lt extracted, form a
'"tie" giant bdil comes'1 In quite me'nt 170 feet thick on the
106 STUDENTS, EN ROLL
SACRAMENTO, t Cal., Dec. 16.
Kcsrly 100, Btudcnts-orchnrdlstB,
horticulturists and farm, adriseM,--"are
enrolled in tbe .shpr c?Jrro in
horticulture which is now under war
at the state uniTersity (arm at Da
tIs, Callfgrnia. "
The total amount of, dissolred
salts in. the ocean would', It is cal-
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Why N6t 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
2Ui,a,?ucI as tho VulteJ States Oov.
efhO&H fs'uljiyc( 3 advuncliiR Ilia
xar caines ouuni's cuujuikii 111 a
tlgorous manper, nnd Inasmuch rh thi
War Savings Stamp are tho Lett poi
slblc fornis of invetmcnt for working
men nd women, PRrtlcularl orsnn.
fxed wortsorlind jjUo c5"a8.lfc8J5fc
8S!0iL 2i 'nr. ?nv,B?c gSUJi" b'j;
workers while "deicndliiBthelf riRhts
tTTicrj vThTTo 3 on strike or otherwise,
gives (hem a degree, of4 security that
ordlnlrllythey do not possess,, thert
fore, the. State I-Vtier'atlon of,Labof,ot,
Oregon makes the; following sugges sugges
teon: 'that your Iratlon Jolh.'wUh.ii
to urging Upon1 't'he -EatoaaP Ms-'
fersnie that has bncallfd IsTWasV
tn'gtoa,'D. C, by'the'Ametica'n'Tdfti
Ubn ot,.Lboiv. the adjri'bn(ty .of'. Jn:
fllurllsiflti. any TirosmLm hit thi v roAJ
prom ulrsU, War ;-Brlni. Wtjw
vitafiW sr nmvlsilon
""We (Ml that this will materially
lihor anf wm;iJ'Hf W, thV Mai
,tb.r,for.: Uuiii w0 flkd It
to join usfruWl&rffhVi
confsrenc this prorUlon, and thank
log you'll ajlfasee fe, 'incurring 'la
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1T" 321-"' "& ' '
10 MHJON DUE
or me rweinn, reaerai Keaerr uia
trlct who WgnV AiWVy 'Do'n'os dur-'
in'gthe war hire com lag to them-ip-
froxlmaly,0,oi,300 0p December,
I6.,a .interest; on .Donas, of .the First
very resident hViba'stVan stifee'of I
the" TWeltlh.. District: A iTO''
UT9 many the lsteres(rasoBy will
come almost asiaChrlstmaajgrfJulty,.
but, the Government Is. anxious .that,
Its, creditors use the Interest, aot as.
.it. c tit ilinl .JIM UjiV.I ..fl 1 1 fliff I. It
easy money but. that they re-Invest It
Immediately "In Go'verbnitiV securl-"
ties, such as War Savings Samplrafi
Treasury Savings CertiCrates, carry
thus making Interv-stearn Interest.,
day, money oi i, th'e aovejnmeVt"
say's": "Ot've War Savings Stamps 'for'
The total of tlO.O4p.30O' due Is
apportioned .Into $2,296,760, as. Inter
est on, the,, First, Loan an(J $7,749,-f-'po
Interest on the 'Fifth ,Loan. rf
the entire $10l046,300cojjec(ibIe.on
December 15 was Invested in War
Savings Stamps and Treas'ury8avfrigs
Certificates, and1 the 'securities held
until their maturity date five years
later, the interest op the Interest
would amount to nearly a half million.
An English or "American host
deems tho right-hand sido tq bo tho
position of highest honor; the Chl-
j naman places bis most honored guest
on tho left,
Get busy and relieve those pains
with that handy bottle of
WHAT Sloan's does, it docs
thoroughly penetrates without
rubbing to the aseailtd part and
promptly relieves all manner of ex
ternal pains and aclic.. You'll find it
clean and non-skin-staining. Keep it
handy for sciatica, lumbago, neuralgia,
over-exerted muscles, stiff joints, pains,
Druisss, stains, sprins, bad weather
For 38 years Sloan's Liniment lias
helped thousands the world over. You
won't ba an exception. It is unequaled
in producing 'results.. t
nu aruegisis joc, tuc, i.u.,
Give A Phonograph
EDISON with RE-CREATION RECORDS
COLUMBIA and VICTROLAS
Acceptable Gifts Are Records
EDlSOtf Iftfi-tJREA'TlONS are original music, not reproduced
music. They ard made by ah exclusive process, invented by
Thomas A. Edison and used by him exclusively.
Every-RE-CREATION, before1 it is issued, must susUu'n the test. of
comparison.with.the art of the1 original aru!: That is why it gives
yoy all the ear can give you of thtvaiiof jin artist.
We are glad to play any of these RE-CREATIONS for you. Come
in. You.wilLenjoy the Christmas music and jfoq will cjiseover
something, different in phohtigYaph music your feelings will re
spond to the RErCREATIONS'as they do to the ait of. livintr
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VISIT OUrt STORE AND EXAMINE OUR MACHINES
,.,. Klamath Falls Music Rouse
r , -n
725 Main: St
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NOME, Alaska, Nov. IP. (Tly
JfallJ The- romantic and adven
turous car e'er, o the old lobett
Ix)uls Stevenson schooner Caco as
a acht, smuKKlcr, ealor and gnfrl-
seeker came, to nn end when she
ploughed out of the rocks of King
Island', nprth of Nome, recently,
while hurrylnB south fr&m Siber
ian KOld fields in an attempt to bent
the oncoming winter Ice.
Tho Casco was built In San Fran
cisco about thirty years ago as u
yacht for u Dr. Merrltt, of Han
Francisco, a friend of Robert I.oiiIh
Stevenson, the author. Merrltt,
according to local records, took
Stevenson nnd started West In 1888
on a circle of tho Klobe In nn at
tempt to restore tho author's falling
health. When Stevenson decided to
remain In tho South RenH, Dr Mer
rltt old the Cnsco.
Next tho Casco played tho part of
an opium smuggler In Hawaiian and
Oriental waters. RoMonuo officers
chased her through Asiatic nnd
American seas, yet sho continued
her work for several years.
Sen vndven noted n.olo
Sealing wua her next task nnd she
was sent north Into the fltormy,
North Pacllle waters around Alaska.
In Juno of this year the Casco left
Sun Fmnclsco cnrrylng a company of
argonauts to nn unnamed destina
tion on the north Siberian coast,
1,000 miles east of Boring Straits.
They had been told, It is believed,
by an old whaler that gold could ho
found In the Kolyma River country
of Siberia. Encountering onn of tho
earliest winters recorded In Arctic
history, she finally reached North
Capo, tho farthest north point reach
ed by nn Amorlcnn Islund, where
sho now lies a hopeless wreck.
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firt towa In the world "heref elec
trlfitywus cntlrpy subsjlted, for
t,V in, tttreet; llfc-hllPK. p. . ,tt, ,j
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Subpcjlbc, fgrjtbr Hera(d for your
"itefn relative or friend. Tnejr
would owe you an evelajtinf debt
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Mexico is bourfdod on tho north
by tho United States, tho south by
Honduras and Guatemala, on the
A food oil heater filled wh
Pearl Oil glvei'Weeble ;
fort. At the, touchf s nuUh.
there Is friendly warmth, No
smoke.no odor.no dtiif, no dirt
It is convenient-easy to cwry
bout, nd economical -oU
consumed only when best
needed no waste.
Pearl Oil is refined nd
refined by our specitl proe
which make, it clean bntaj
For sale in bulk by dealers
everywhere-the same hlf
ouallty kerosene as the i
Oil sold in five-gallon c.n.
Then i "vine by buylM to
bulk. Order by name-Pl
We recommend Perfection OU
HEAT AND LIGHT
GRIT, BONE, MEAT SCRAPS, EGG MASH
east by the Gulf of Mexico, and on T; j M0RTELL, Special Agent
the west by tho Pacific ocenn, I r
"" "Tri.ii. Ore.
K amath rii
FOR Murphey's Feed & Seed Store
CHICKENS 126 south sixth si. . x pbo