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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
In this we can fit you out in
most anything that you may
desire and suggest a few things
we have in steck: Floor
Lamps, .Tables for the Parlor,
Dressing Tables, Dining Room
Sets, Rockers, Chairs and
many other articles of furni
ture that will please.
THE FLOOR LAMP
TO BEAUTIFY THE
HOME OR BED ROOM ON
SELECT FROM THE LARGE
When on Christmas morn
the little fellow looks under
the tree he expects to find
something that will gladden
his heart, and this wijl; be
something that he can have
plenty of fun with'. We sug
gest that you select a Kiddy
Kar, a Sammy Kar, or;some
other 'article to please 'him,
and for the little girl Diniug
Room Set, a Rocke,;ChaiJ or
PERKINS FURNITURE HOUSE
"Furnisher of Happy Homes"
?, -, ',(
120-126 Sixth St.
Klamath Falls Oregon
TOO MANY HOOKS.
Shelf room crowded, wo must sa
crifice and turn hundreds of them
Into rath If you like liookH, don't
mltJ IhlH Halo.
LVANS &. DAMN
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SAU:.M, Or.. Dec. 22. Tho Port-
10-KOD Inrid-Doschutes Laand company with
a capital stock of $300,000 has filed
articles of Incorpoiatlon here.
PORTLAND, Dec. 22. President
..lay H. rpton of Prlnevllle has an
nounced a meeting of the Oregon Ir
rigation Congress at the Chamber of
C mmerce quarters on January 8, 9,
rnd 10. Many Important topics to
come up before tho congress will be
taken to tho special session of the
legislature following, It I believed
Is always the product of good,
nholesomo materials, careful))
Inked Into tho most delicious,
most wholesome and enly econom
ical food today
PAN DANDY BREAD
It Is not a question ot geography,
but ot common senso.
IHMtNS, Or., Dec. 22. Mall ser
Jco has oeen reduced to trl-weekly
deliveries. Ilranch trains
UNIVERSITY OP OREGON, Dec.
The annual Oregon State News-
hetwecn Ontario and Crane will ope- Paper Conference, launched last year
clean and sanitary. It is. as warm, affected them and they are dying , Islands. So you see, you never can
and comfortagle as your library. Moff. They nrust soon be extinct and tell."
candle gives as much illumination as the concrete hut hastens that extinc
three electric lights, because of thejtlon. The Eskimos are like the gyp
intense whiteness of the snow. Thejsles. Try to keep a gypsy in a house
snowhouse will stand under any con-'of concrete and see what happens
dltlons. In all, the igloo is as com- "Still, the Eskimos might be con-
fortable a home as
"The concrete hut, like the wood-
verted to the concrete hut," went on
Mr. Stefansson, smiling. "If it be
comes the fashioin, all Esk-
couxtv TREASimnirs notice
en hut, must be uncomfortable and imos would soon be living in them,
unsanitary ..Wherever the natives Human nature is the same the world
have changed from the snow to the, over. Let some one introduce the
ate i..nct a rfouK, on account of under (he auspices of the School of wooden Jjome there has followed .wearing of furs, as a fashion, in the
pneumonia and typhoid and a trem- Zulu Islands, and the natives there
endous increase in the death rate. would wear furs. Women wear furs
"The Eskimos are a migratory. In California and Florida, where the
tho coal situation.
SAI.UM. Dec. 22. A
containing a list of the state schools,
n.dc pendent schools, county school
superintendents, districts of
first class, standard high
Journalism and State Editorial As
soclatlon will he held this year on
directory February 20 and 21.
SALEM, Dec. 22. One of the rac
tno ing barns at the State Fair Grounds
schools, ,,as fallen to pieces owing to tho
and all other schools having more weight of miow on the roof. The
limn one room, district clerks, city, roofs of two other buildings have
.uperintendonts, teachers, and a crashed In and fears are entertained
nblc of valunble .statistics relatlveir 'he safety of the Pavilion
to the8'1 schools has been Issued by
J. A. unurciuil, siuio Bupennienuenw PORTLAND. Dec. 22. AnImi
of public Instruction. There are now t0 Bet t0 hs wlfe who lg alone 0
21 district of the first class In Ore-th0 rnnch In the Silver Lake coun
ijon. To be In tho first class a school try 0. B. Osmundson, who has left
district must have 1000 children of on the trnln for Bendi wm make the
school ago. North Ilond, Coos coun- trlp of nncty miles from Bend to
ly, Is the only school In Oregon ad- wa homo onskIs. Lnplne is the only
vanccd to the first-class district dur- settlement on his snowy Journey,
ing the past year. The directory j
...III 1. a a nil nuiiitntiinnilait(a ' i- --.-. ..
will uu Bum iu uii ouimiiuicuucuiii Sll.Vfc.HTUN, Dec. ZZ. A miltl-
and high school teachers of tho i,er Df cases of small pox haye brok
state. .en out in this vicinity.
race; Contact with civilization has i climate is just as hot as on the Zulu
Notice is hereby given that there
are funds in the county treasury for
the redemption of Klamath County
general fund warrants proteoted (pre
sented for payment but not paid for
the want of funds) on or before
September 2 1913. Also warrant .No.
30703 protested September 3, 1913.
Interest on same will cease from
Dated at Klamath Falls, Oregon
this 17th day of Dec. A. D. 1919.
G. K. VAN RIPER
17-5t County Treasurer.
Want Ads bring results.
The bottle in
tains alj the
dessert has a
wealth of this exquisite
flavor, and a package serves
six people for 12J4 cents.
You owe to yourself a
trial of this new-type gel
13 Fit1 (W G U
SALi:.M, Dec. 22. II. H Keck,
who Is connected with the Spoknne,
Portland & Seattle railroad at Port
land, has been designated by tho Fe
deral fuel administration to super
vise the coal situation In Oregon and
has established headquarters at Salem.
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NEW YORK, Dec. 19 The movo-
i SALEM. Doc. 22. It Is now ex- "lent to modernize tho Eskimo
'liected thnt tho flvo measures, which Piovlding him with concrete
were mentioned to come up for con-r'n PlaCQ f Ills Picturesque snow "ig
.sldcration at tho special session of 19". ns suggested by an official of
'the Leglslnturo hero, will bo mult!- tho u,llte(' stn,es Bureau of Fisher
i plied several times judging from the les- wol,1(l uo u'o lleath of tho denl-
wny now ones aio being hiought to ze ot l" lcy nort' ln ,tlle qPinion
, tho attention of tho Goornor.
I'OItTia.N'l) IS RICH.
JO Flavor, at Yoar Grocer's
2 Packagci for 23 Cent m
j PORTLAND, Dec. 22. Tho city
of Pentium! now has more than $1,
500,000 In tho treasury, according
to City Trouamor Adams.
' THE VALLPS, Doc. 22. Sittv
thousand boxes of apples in stoiage
! at Moslor near hero uro ou tho vorgo
of freezing, owing to tho oxhaustlon
o tho supply of oil for tho oil hoat-
"irsiitd the Inability of socurlug a
f . h'l sll'l'i ,
of Vilhjalmur Stofansson, tho Arctic ,
oploier Not only is the eskimo de-
voted to Ills ago long habitation as '
tho Sruth Sea Islanders are to tholr .
traditional garb of flower gailamls!
and fiesh smiles, but ho Is far heal- V
tliier, warmer and moie comfortable ,
In his domod mansion of snow blocks ?
le move- V u Wi"--V5, .:
..mo by mMM
!t0 huu Iron
low "ig- I JL IWi .3 3
' rfjv - jTt
Your Christmas Turkey
Vnn will 1-p vico if vnn ooloof vnni' PVivicfwinn "D,,U..,.
than ho could bo in any
houso of concrete.
Tlio statomont that the natives o
tho Piblloff Islands were about to
discard tholr snow hut.s for modern I
pnnnrrtU hnta. f f fiilin tr tho irnloq nf
-"" - " - (
tho Boring Sea too strong for thojV
former, upon which tho story of the,
Intended chnugo of Eskimo habits
was bused, Mr. Stofansson character- j fy
ret! .is too silly for discussion. Tho X
ipIorer, talking at his headqumtors
at tlio National Geographical Society
building hero, said that tho Prybil- j
off Il tndors had novor lived ln i
You will be wise if you select vour Christmas Ponltrv
uuw wnne we nave a large siock on nana. .Buy them to
day, as they are selling very fast. We suggest that you
come in ana select tne Turkey or Chicken you intend to
have for Christmas and let us nut it awav for vou until
you wish to call for it. The finest bunch of Turkeys and V
....io in j.vii.nm wvLiiiwjf uiuiaacu uy us J.Ut lilts
great holiday festival. Y"
xxou luummij, ci mtc olAJ.n. Ul lUCctLS 1U1 Lite I1011-
7S! in fnft. frv pvwv rlnr
dajTs ; in fact, for every day.
still continues to be the feature of the .day at this market, and you
will benefit by comingjin and endeavoring to find out as it may be
to your advantage. You have no doubt read the dodgers, so we
invite you to come for an inspection of the market. , -
ln snow i k
jtow huts nnd- that finther
wlmrn tho natives do Hvo
'fiouses, It would ho nest to Impos-1
mhlo to ccnvoit thorn to any other, J,
"Tholr Igloo sorves as a home for
two or threo weeks. Then they build
p new one. Because It Is new it Is
"FROM PRODUCER TO CONSUMER"
Klamath Falls, Ore.
534 Main St.