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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 22, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
1VI A O T I M o I
in . i. i i n 3
5, 10, 15 AND 25 CENT STORE
r i irr )i r i v
be one in
on Christmas Day?
When Christmas morning you awaken, will you see under
the tree that Phonograph you have been promising yourself? The
Edison, Victor and Columbia are sold here and we have a great
many machines to select from.
Klamath Falls Music House
725 Main St
G. A. WIRTZ, Prop.
Klamath Falls, Ore.
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Mnko your own Toddv Hetir. Doc, and CiiIh.
Colorvd Mnvn jmtoirnn, 3 neuron to it nhoot.
Children Kn't Milium
Knitted Hocltoy Cups
Assortment of Kronen Iiilur Plpo.
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I market road appropriation a levy brakes on the passengor car
of one mill, and the soldiers', siilors blamed for the accident.
OREGON AGRICULTURAL COL- a"d Marines' educational aid act. a'
t.-rp.fv Corvmlta. Or.. Dec. 22. An- levy of two-tenths of a mill. These;
iT,tmpnt of John Dubuis. Eraduate rmount respectively to $990,435-5' A brief nnd not very complete sur
MEMINNV1LLE, Ore.. Dec. 22
of Cornell university in civil eacm-
eering and from another-instUntlon
in classical course, as an Instructor
of irrigation engineering has teen
ey of the city has Induced the est!-!
, m3te 'of those making the survay'
: that the recent cold spell has co?t
PORTLAND, Dec. 22 Mrs. Grace the citizens of McMInnllle in los of
Beardsley, of Columbia bou!eard,j fruit, potjtoce. and apples frozen
won first prize on a dozen eggs and destroyed, and In plumbing bills
tir.r.Ticc r- n rho I displayed at the Oregon Poultry and nand damage from explosions an
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first amputation resulting from froz
en limbs in this city occurred at tho
hospitial when E. Clossen. a sheep
herder, suffered the loss of a leg. It
-ris frozen while the herder was on
Pet Stock association
show this average of $100 for each family.
SALEM, 0 Pec
tax levy for 1920
Prank K. Lovi 1. state ta comnil
..'. ner haas am. .."reed. ThI'. is 'jao.l
on the tax roll for 1919. Last enr
the levy was $3,021,402.
The levy for 1920 is $1.1SS,;22.-
j PORTLAND. Dec. 22. Addltlon-
SALEM, Or., Dec. 22. ''Wild al Pledges by banks to take tho limit
Bill," the big bull elk at the state'0' wa" savings certificates, In re
fair grounds, died by the bullet of sponse to the appeal of C. S. Hud
the executioner early because of Bon- president of the Oregon Bnnk-
j numerous crimes committed ers association, have como in from
22. Tl.o s.-iio aga,n8t h,g Mna and attack8 he has thirteen banks, making $18,000 to
Is $4,391,208, . , . . . -.1,1 . tun oc nnn ,ll
illUUC Ull IWrBUIJH KUIUUIIK JI19 Well. -. ..w vv,ww (iiumuiidi; it-
fiorted. The latest subscribing banks
First National, of The
We respectfully invite you, one and all, to attend the special
Chris' mas dinner which we will serve throughout Christmas i u ay.
Our chefs have been working very hard to please you m bott me
quality of food and the service.
tion last June in passing the state here and was derailed.
are: First National, of The Dalles. 1
LOS ANGELES, Dec. 22. Twelve nn(1 Farmers & Merchants bank, of
persons were Injured, several serl- stayton. $3,000 each; Ncstucca Val
misly, when an Inbound Newport iPV i,nnv. rinvnr.it.in p nnn. ,,,,,
5G In excess of the 6 per cent tax Reach car crashed Into the rear end Nnt0nal of Prairie City; First State'
limitation. The excess was authoriz- of a Pacific Electric ten car freight & Savings bank of' Klnmnth Fills-'
ed by the people at the special flee- train at Domlnguez Junction near FIrst xatioinnl of Marshfield; First
1 "" S,at0 bank of Wo0(luUrn; Oregon
State bank of Prlnevillo; First Na-.
tlonal, of Ontnrlo; Harney County)'
National bank, of Burns nnd Gaston B
State bank of Gaston, $1,000 each. .
inc uAiji.i.n, ur uec. w The
false-work of the Deschutes bridge
on the route of the Columbia Rlvnr
highway, valued at approximately
$5,000 and taking fivo months to
conKtrurt. wns wPhed out bv (tin r
cent noavy ice Jam, according to
highway workers who have appoar
The Western Union Telegraph
will be able to furnish
Uniformed Messengers for the
Call "Western Union" .
8 A. M. to 10 P. M.
ALBANY, Or. Doc. 22. Effort's
to resume work In tho lQcal school
amid rocord-broaklng weather con
d!ltIon3 liavo been abandoned and
tho schools woro closed doflnltoly
until Pecdjpbor 20, I
i ft W VJ''. i MV
Olympln Oyster Cocktail
California Almonds Qn 01l,CS
B.eclnl Krull Salmi llli V""""1 CW'"
Suolcllnff IMS. Colery UrcsHlni,
,)csu" nuit CnKo
Hot MlJKO P0 . nH ,,,,' sauco
Plum I'mUHng. Hard or Unu . w
Ludy Finguri Ill,,t3
SALEM, Or.. Dee. 22. Auction
sales of blooded Hyentoolc j)rolnii
will bo added to tho list of aUru--tions
nt tho Oregon stnto fair ntt
year, aoaroidlng t(i A. II I oa, bpcio
tcry of tho state fair boiid.
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fContinuod on ppgo 7)
GRIT, BONE, MEAT SCRAPS
, EGG MA
QIl ' FOR
Murphey's Feed & Seed Store
12G South Sixth St.