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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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r0REGON BREVITIES V f
BUXTON. Doc 29. Tho now. X.
pinning mill of (ho! X
Simulant Hox & I.nmlior comimny Ih j
"5 pot cent completed tuul will In'
romlv f r iiiiortillnn Mnrcli 1.
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jfc a pacKaae
9 during the war
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THE FLAUOR LASTS
SO DOES THE PRICE!
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DU.I.AS. Doc. 29. Charles i:.
McDonald, living n few miles whi
jo( this city, who him mudo u Hucce' X
jot raising Hkunkd fur (urn, him add-j J
iil pair of four to tils puna nnd j
I will lirot'il those animals for tholrt
Curs Ono Is iv Hllvor fox unit tho
othOk f Uio bliick specie. Tho poll
of I'ltlitvi" 's worth bovcrat hundred
dollars. -. ,V
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SALEM. Doc. 29. Governor 01-J J,
cott, at chairman of tho Ash mull J,
Biiwi) commlmdon, In n letter to tho'V
jnembers. of the commission, nscom-'y
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!ll In tlcposlns Flnley bu rccliulcil. A
I that Fluley bo roliuitittoil na stato' X
bloloKl"t, ami that ho bo "RlVKn n J'
froo ami Itulcpciuluni hiind In thci J
. . a .1... A.l.t.t..tl,ii.t1 mt.l I Tat
bloIoRlcnl iloportmont ot tno com
illusion to tho onit thai tils knowl
edBo nn a naturalist may not bo I mi
to tho stato."
Musical Study C
America's Greatest Lyric Soprano
.:. in Concert
Houston Opera House
tttnt vn 11. w rt0 .Plnrnii
lro.-cott of this city crashed Into an j A
automobile drlvon by tho gon of J , fc
C KitoRi of Ashlmul nt a stroci in-1 i
torsoctlon hero and Rufforcd
los which rosuttod In IiIm death. Ho
was thrown high In tho nlr by tho
(heavy nix-cylinder car and thon
i ground beneath tho wheel, louvInK
hardly u bono unbroken.
Prercott leaves a widow and threo
Ford as . v
Tuesday Evening, Dec. 30
I Letters From
and that we want what we want
when we want It.
H. J. TICKNOtt,
HAVE UNITED SCPI"ORT.
To the Editor of The Herald and
to the property holders and others
interested in the several new Irriga
tion districts throughout the county.
While I was in attendance at the ,
Irrigation Congress held at Salt Lake
November 20 and 21, 1919, plans' CARLISLE, En.j N v. '.'
were laid by the delegates from thir- Mail) A campaign for the
teen western states, to elect
send to Washington, an
and -alizatlon of the manufacture and sale
executive of intoxicating liquor was inaugurate
committee consisting of one number ed a few days ago at an important
from each state, to confer with their trade union and labor conference
senators and help to create interest here.
toward passing before Congress a J. H. Thomas, member of Parlla-
blll making available a fund of $2 50,- ment and general secretary of the
000,000 for the completion of unfin- Union of Railway Men, supported a
PORTLAND, Dec. 29. To fill tho
nlaco of tho lato Dr. T. II.
superintendent cf tho Salem district
of tho Methodist churcn, Rev. Er
nest E. Ullbvrl. pastor of tho church
nt Medford. hus been appointed by
Ulshop Matt S. Hughes.
Rev. J Randolph Sasnett, who
has been assistant pa9tor of tho First ,
Methodist church nt Seattle, will
succeed to the pastorate of the Md
ROSEBURG. Dec. 29. Ed Moscr
of I'mprjua received tho highest
price for turkeys last Saturday over
paid for birds whslesale In Dougjns
county. Thirty-five birds, weighing
647 pounds dressed, were sold to
Charles McCulIough, a San Francis
co buyer, for $355.85 nn average
of 110.55 a bird, or at the rate of
55 cents a pound.
More than 12,500 turkeys were
marketed for the Christmas trade
PORTLAND, Dec. 29. "Tho child
Caring League of Oregon" was or
ganized recently In Portland by the
Selection of W. D. DeVarney as pres
ident; Clarence Gilbert, secretary,
nnd Dr. David N. Roberg, stato
health officer, and Father E. V
O'Hura as vice chairmen.
8:30 P. M.
Sale of Single Admission Tickets
now on at Shepherd's Piano Depot, and at Opera House 7:30
P. M. Tuesday if any reserved seats remain unsold at that hour.
Single Admission Reserved Seats, $2.00 each.
General Admission, no reserved seat, .$1.00 each.
All ticket holders are urged to be prompt. Doors will be'
closed and no one admitted or seated while any musical number
is in progress.
PORTLAND, Dec. 29. With a
thousand or more former service
men in Portland and vicinity out
of work, and additional hundreds In
other parts of the state seeking em
ployment, the people of Oregon are
particularly urged to patrpnlze home
Industries In order that the prcduc-
tvertlsed In letting of contracts dur- H. DAKOTA FOR WOOD. i
Ing the year 1919, according Jto tho '
report of C. U. McCnllough, bridge Mitchell. 8. I). Dec. 29. Word was
engineer with tho stnto highway du- reclcd at Republican dltrct liead-
partment. Ilridgo construction work quarters hero today that MnJ. Gon.j
completed during the year Is estl- 1-eonard Wood, Indorsed for Prenl-,
muted nt J375.000, The report , dent by tho Republican Stato con-j
shows that 148 Bpeclal designs wcro ventlon nt Pierre, Docembor 2, will'
prepared for bridges of 18-foot span " formal announcement of his
or more, with an aggregate estlraat- candidacy with tho Secretary of Statu
ed cost of $2,295,229.21. Speclul before Jnnuory 1.
designs prepared for bridges of J m
smaller dimensions than 18 feet to-1
tnled 74, with an aggregate estl
ished reclamation projects, and such resolution urging all labor parties t,on ot ,ocal factories may be in-
new projects as were approved by the and trades councils to demand the
Reclamation Service. It was also extension of the principle of state
suggested that each delegate should ownership and control of the liquor
request that the people of their dls- trade to the whole country,
tricts and all interested should be Mr. Thomas said he believed there
asked to address a personal letter to was no evil like tho "drink evil." "Is
the Oregon Senators, requesting n -e any man or wo nan." he af-krd.
them to use their best efforts to se
cure passage of said bill.
Now it can readily be seen, that if
all concerned would comply with
such a request It will cause these
Senators of our western states to sit
'who wpuld dare to suggest that our
experience during the war would Jus
tify the state In letting the drlnK
traffic and the public house return
to tho ol'l Hvs'em?"
Prohibition, he said, was an alter-
up and take notice. Therefore Ifrotlv to adoption of the Brewers'
would suggest that pach perpon in
our county who has tho good of Kla
niath county at heart appoint them
reives a committee of onp to address
a short and to the point letter to our
Senator and to have letter started on
creased and the number of employes
Increased thereby. Proclamations
urging the use of home products
have been Issued by both Governor
Olcott and Mayor Daker, at the sug
gestion of the Associated Industries
PASCO, Wash.. Dec. 29. Four
spans of the bridge across the Col
umbia river here have been washed
away and there Is little hope of sav
ing the remainder of tho structure,
which is used by the O.-W. R. & N.
I'-'lI. It was time, in his opinion, for
tho government to deal boldly and
comprehensively with the question.
"If you want to keep the drink
problem free from politics," he de
Iprod. "or yo'i w.i' ' to t.ikc a -! -
its mission January 2nd, 1920 Don't eo interct out of tho region of poli-
bf a slackor Show thern that Klarn- tirs. you can only do it bv taking the take up aerial work for tho govern
ath County proiilo a-e alivo anrtdrlnk traffic. out of tho hands of prl-lnient and will pilot ono of tho kov
nvake to every woithy movement, m to ownr.hIp " ornment mail planes from New Voik about Hopt. 1, ono threo-yoar old I Nowadays wo simply adlc nt nny
to Chicago. mottled faced liolfor, with calf; ear j ding storo for "Wyeth'fl Sago und
I iniaiked swallow fork In right ear Sulphur Comnnund." Vo-i will got
A.A. aqthtma tw on w,, , u and under half crop ln lof t our. n illrK0 bottIo of ,1,1. old-tlma rcdno
FOREST GROVE, Doc. 29. Lieu
tenant Mark Hoguo, who for some
weeks past has been visiting ills
mother, Mrs. Anna Hoguo, has left
for New York- City, whoro ho will
mated cost of $95,250.
PENDLETON, Dec. 29. Tho Pen
dleton Tribune has announced that
It will become a morning paper on
Tho fact that n Jury In India con
sists of nine memberit Is not gener
ally known. Another point about
tho Indlnn Jury Is that the Judge In
tho case of n division of opinion may
refuse to accept tho verdict If he
thinks tho majority too small.
ELGENE, Dec. 29. Tho city of
Eugene ulono Is losing $4000 dnlly
in its payroll, duo to tho lack of cars
for the shipping of lumber, accord
ing to A. C. Dixon, manager of tho
Booth-Kelly Lumber company. Tho
loss to tho county In wages amounts
to $200,000 it month, ho said.
Tho Ucoth-Kclly company hus on
hand u big supply of logs und an
abundanco of orders. During the
pust week 750 employs of tho Booth-1
Kelly company have not been em
ployed, although It Is probable tho
camps will start again next week.
Dec. 31, 1919
AN OLD RECIPIE
flKKHU HllKl .
I u uiiiiiilu l ll ll 1 1 vetici: i
AND SULPHUR TURNS
(iRAV, FADED HAIR DARK
Notice Is hereby gUcn that the
undersigned, by order of the i County
Court of Klamath County, State of
Oregon, has been duly appointed
! Administrator ot ,u .""'.,, ner.
Almost ovoryono knows that Sngo Kllzn A. Fleet, decciiBcd. AU '.,'
Ten and Sulphur, pioporly commons having J1"1."" anB"' "' "ne to
po.ir.lecl. brings back tho natural J '"V' ffiJ.roto' J nt the "
ccdor nnd lustre to tho hnir when! slices .'."ifrciro "shock in tho
fueled, streaked or gray. Years ngojcy 0f Klamath Fnlls. Oregon,
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-inu iu my iiiauu in i uu viiuuy, ,, troilblosomo
lnmn uu tl,n Otn .. u l..lil t1,. """ " "UUIlHUniO.
......... ...i vmj .....,.n..u... i'.i.vu.
the only way to got this mixture wno I within six months fron
, to tunko It nt homo, wuicii is miissy this notlco.
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ASTORIA, Do". 29. While tho
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""ArA'V'AA''V rti"uumi " - mo Branded on right liln T-honrt
. fllll amount Of thO tax law On this nnr-tml liraiwliul nn luff liln Invv l.'V
ivpar's roll will not boknown until Has wuttlo on renr log, Juit nbovo1 ffedlont?, nt vory llttlo cost
New Year's Eve and New Year's Night
after tho county budget meeting,
is certain tliO mlllago will bo
slderably higher thu
Pincticnlly evory tax
in tho county has been asked
i, tho hock. Also ono four-your
jigni coiorou jtoisicm nouer,
n iL v3l,',e,TVr,'0ftcnrlTk,7?o.,,nn.,,ro,l dirt-IconoU your hnir, as It
n last your, under hulf crop and hrnndod box I) ,. . ,, ., , '.,,.,
l,,wvln, l.n.l,, ' nn lof l.ln Ilpn,.,1a nn l.n.li M,nUn n. I ll B0 DatUmlly ntld OVOlUy,
1 . . ...... . 1 II fl til 11 1 ft n nlti.in n n . I . I. ailltll
Cr'linni4 are iinul to iinciphor. Also ono """'"", ' i,u"r. "' " ummi itu
blnek thr'o-yonr old liolfor, with , "- ""d cliiiw this thru your" Iinlr, tak-
Improved by tho nddltlon of othor In
old ' body uses this preparation now, bo-
wlth 1 caiiHo no ono can noBslbly toll Mint
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Admliilhtr.itor or ii -" d
of i:ila A root, cleccaseu.
Dcomber 1 ', ',;'M,
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SALEM, Dec. 29. A total of 1C5 lmr samo by paying chargos
bridges and culverts, Involving an 81 ,UA UOBERTS.
aggregato cost estimated at $1,090,- -
.m- wero under contract or ad-; Try 'em Horuia Want ;us.
white faco; i:ur mark, crop off loft Ing ono small strand nt n tlme: by
ear. No vlslblo brand. Owner may mnmin m, .., i,i. .11, nro
and nftor onothor application or lwo
your hair bocomos boautlfiilly darlt,
thick and glosuy nu you look years
Short trips, 50c p
ngton, ipi.ov tux
or 3 passengers.
GRIT, BONE, MEAT SCRAPS, EGG MASH ch,fSnS tt? Feed & Seed T.
126 South Sixth St