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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 22, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
von nro nlwnyn
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cuho you're un
titled to them.
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w h o n health
purlin pr llfo It
self III In IICH-
tlon. Tho best In
not only tho
HIlfpHt You al
ways get the best
hero, and it imu-
lllly t'OBtfl Icbb
For the Late Shopper
OUR PALACE OF
HMM'tn." iin o liuvo 11 nonileiftil iiNNnrtmciil of Roll
iliy hiihIIch In funey Ihixi'n. One iiiIkIU find delight In
llliInK llu'iii, nnil pprlnipN no Itpltcr article could l
Indeed, t rim well cull (IiIh Mote Tin; I'ulmo of
I i! npproprlntP. Vour Mclectlon Iuin u wide range.
Gifts of Ivory
Many useful gifts of Ivory in
complete sets and in single pieces
that have not been seen elsewhere
in the city. A display of the high
est quality finished to perfection in
PYRALIN IVORY no seconds
and in neatly arrayed boxes. Mod
Among the many acceptable gifts for
Christmas are the Books and Novels we
have without end. Some of the many au
thors are: McCutcheon, Dawson, Cham
bers, Cobb, White, Stevenson, Reed, Kyne,.
Gates, Penrose, Braden, Hill, Ginther,
Hope, Billings, Kellogg and many other au
thors. Both for the tiny tot and the elder
Can you imagine a more accept
able gift than a great big box of
the finest quality Stationery in
dainty tints that appeal to the re
cipient? Many different styles in
shapes and sizes for every purpose
orrespondence,v regular Letter,
Note and Acceptance. A person is
often judged by their stationery, so
to make her heart glad, select from
our large stock just this gift. Pric
ing to suit all.
Open every evening until 9 o'clock until Christmas
REDDINU, Shusta Co., .Dec. 22.
I'. N. Todd, n stockman ncur Paul-
Ken ranch, reports catching a forked
horn deer that wan held Icebound In
the middle of tho Trlnjty rlvcr.
Todd believed the deer was chas
ed by coyotes and ran out on the Ice,
breaking through when near the
middle of the stream. Tho deer could
not get out and wr.s' frozen In dur
ing the night, leaving only Its head
and a part of Its back above the Ice.
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SACRAMENTO, Dec. 22. The
city commission here voted to ex
tend to General Pershing an Invita
tion to vlBlt Sacramento. In making
tho motion Commissioner D. W. Car
mlchael referred to Pershing as one
of the great men of the world. Per
shing Is expected to arrive In Cali
fornia about January 24.
WOODLAND, Dec 22. So much
mystery surrounds the tragic death
on the Wooster Jioldlng of the Cona
way ranch near Woodland of Wesley
K. Bills, engineer, that Deputy Coro-
Iner floss Wilson refused to hold an
Irquest on tho premises and will re
quire a searching autopsy into the
probable cause of death.
YUBA CITY, Cal., Dec. 22. Sher
iff B. B. Manford of Sutter county
allowed ten turkeys to settle the
contested questions of their owner
ship. When the birds were loosed
I midway between the homes of rival
'claimants they all sought the coop
maintained by W. A. Greene.
Something of the vast amount
of 'Electric Supplies for the
home, such as an Electric Per
colator, Toaster Stove. Grills
and Irons will make an ap
propriate gift this Christmas.
Absolutely new an enchanting
are the Filipino Baskets in all
sizes to suit the wishes of the
giver. A splendid variety.
Every manner of Jardinieres
that will make a pleasing gift
to most any person the giver
wculd care to remember. Look
For the man a Safety Razor
will make an ideal gift, one
that is a dally necessity and
constant pleasure. We carry
a complete line of all makes
at prices to suit your wishes.
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 22. Sen-'
intor Jams" D. Phelan has announ-i
ce(d that he would submit to con-j
gress on his return to Washington
a Joint resolution fQr a constitution
al amendment prohibiting Ameri-'
I can-born children of Japanese and
Chinese parents from becoming citl-.
,zens of the United States. .
We suggest the KIK-I-GO CAR-, the famous 5-in-l
adjustable car. Fits any child from 1 to 8 years old.
It has five important features that will please. First,
adaptable, to the various sizes of children ; second, a
coaster car with the front rest; third, it will fold to
fit a suit case; fourth, weighs only seven pounds.;
and, fifth, made from substantial material. Another
great rig for the children is the Coaster Wagon.
Many articles of fun-givers for the children.
Baldwin Hardware Co.
" The House Of Quality "
CHICO, Butte Co., Dec. 22 What
Policeman Jack Field termed was
nn attempt to kill him took place
last night at about midnight when
srme men followed him from a cafe
1 1 the city park, where they beat
and cuffed him into insensibility.
"TIIK PICK OF THE PICTURES"
H .W. POOLE, Owner. HARRY ItOREL, Musical Director
David Wark Griffith's
Will Have It's Final Showing
Short trips, 50c passen
ger; Pelican Bay or Ship
pington, $1.50 for either 1
or 3 passengers.
Rex Cafe. Phone 77
OAKLAND, Dec. 22. Thrilling
moving picture exploits proved too
great a temptation for Ernest Bur
bink, 14-year-old soA of Patrolman
George Burbank, 725 Chester street,
and led the youth to set half a dozen
fires in West Oakland during the
,lrst two weeks whjle adventuring
under the alias of "White Mask."
call for plan3 and specifications for
the bridge across the Sacramento
river at Sqpaw hill, four miles west
of porning for which the bond elec
tion provided $150,OPO.
i Christmns Cards and Novelties
an exclusive line at Pioneer Print
ing and Stationery Company. 120
Main Street.. 22-2t
WOODLAND, Dec. 22. Investi
gations just completed Indicate that
from deposits found in large quan
tities near Woodland, Yolo county
i can furnish the cement to make her
own highways, of which there are
to be 75.45 miles to cost $1,000,-
,000 and will have enough left to
supply the state and will make bids
in this behalf.
YUBA CITY, Dec. 22. George
(Thorn, a rancher of Peace Station,
jhad his shed of baled hay set on fire
in a fourth attempt to burn him out,
by some unknown enemy. One or
two arrests have been made, hut
i the suspects later released.
CHICO, Dec. 22. Cider dealers
are awaiting a ruling on the charac:
ter of the beverage that they have
been dispensing for some time past.
The supply was purchased in Sac
ramento and is alleged to contain
more alcohol than is permissible.
LOS ANGELES, Dec. 22. The
trial of Harry New, alleged son of
; Senator Harry S. New of Indiana,
i for the murder of his sweetheart
'Frieda, has begun. Two of the Jury
selected are women.
Musical Studv Club
KLAMATH FLORAL CO.
Phone 337 M
Delivered anywhere in the
YREKA, Siskiyou Co., Dec. 22.
In a vote of 20 to 2 at an election
held near Fort Jones, the residents
of the Scott Valley irrigation dis
trict endorsed a bond issue of
5125,000 for the building of a canal
along the east side of Scott valley
to furnish water for the iririgation
of about C0OO acres.
RED BLUFF, Dec. 22. The
board of supervisors has decided to
In large lots choice for 15c, ,25c,
30c and $1.00. Many fine encyclo
paedias, such as you have often pro-
I mised yourself, at prices you could
I not ask to be lower.
EVANS & BALlN l!)-EOD
Auto Robes Auto Robes
Only four more days left
to buy that robe for Christ
mas. Large assortment.
Prices to suit the purse.
: OPERA HOUSE
A XI) SATURDAY
$, SUNDAY At MONDAY
j NORMA TALMADGE
A TluilliiiK Dramatic Picture
"THE NEW .MOON"
A Rillio West Comedy
"A ROGUES RO.MAXCE
Two Rods of Good Comedy.
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TUESDAYS AND HATURDAYB
Buy youi self or some one n book.
Attend our book sale at !)10 Main.
All iii.uoly disinfected'1 and yen
would never believe thsy could be
sold at such bargains.
EVANS & BALIN. I'MCO1)
To Milk Consumers,
With tho price of buttor fat whoro
it now Is and prices of labor and sup
plies whore thoy aio tho produeors'
must hao more money for their pro
duct, ,if they contlnuo to produco
milk. In fact, they htive demanded a
In order for us to got milk wo
must pay their price there foro must
raise our price accordingly, rioaso
remember that wo milk dealers must
pay the samo high prico for all wo
get that our customora have to pay.
Wo have been distributing milk
for some timo with no margin and
unless wo can mako tho business
pay wo can not continue In business.
In order to, pay help, repair bills'
and genoral running expenses, wo
must advance our prices as follews:
Doc. 20. 1019, 30 deliveries, 1
pint, $2.75; 1 quart, $4.75: 1 quart
I pint $7.50; 2 quarts $8.75; 3 qts,
$12.75; 4 quarts $15 00; 1-2 pt,
table cream, 5.50; 1-2 pint whip
ping cream,, $7.50.
City Milk Depot
Signed Perfection Dairy
RESERVATION OF SEATS FOR
SEASON TICKET HOLDERS
for series of three conoerts to be given, will be made
at Shepherd's Piano Depot, Main Street, from 9:00
A. Ml to 5:00 P. M. on Monday, December 22, and
Tuesday, December 23.
All season ticket holders are urged to present
tickets promptly for reservation.
NO SEATS RESERVED
Except on presentation of
I have for sale two roll-top desks, one flat
top desk, G-foot standing ash desk and two type
writers. My car is still unsold and I will make terms
to suit responsible parties. Machinery in this
car is just as good as new.
Come in and se eaboiit it.
J. F. MAGUIRE
125 North Seventh St.
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