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W1I)M:sI.Y, .JANUARY U, 1020
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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PERCY L. CROSBY
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TWINS' DREAM COMES
Tbese 8G--edr-old fwlns. Amanda and Amelia Estorbrook. ro-.
united last weekat the Oak Park InOrraary. Chicago, hope never to be
partea again Tuey were born In Chaiaqua county. N. As Ittlo
girls Amanda wore a pink ribbon and Amelia a blue one. so mother
vould tell 'em apart. Both were married and raised families, but ootn
are now widows. Neither has ever been to a theater
ASTORIA, Ore. Jan. 14.Next
year the peat bogs near here, on both
theOregon and. Washington sides
of the state line, will produce 33,000
barrels of cranberries,- enough, to
takecare pf ,the entire Pacific, coast
which 'has. been largely' served' from.
eastejrn fields, according to J. S. Del
linger, president ot the Oregon Cran
berry'' Growers' association.
The remarkable success, of Mr. Del'
linger, publisher of the Astdrfa
orian, as a grower of cranberries is
typldal ot the industry on the Pacific
coast, now laigely concentrated in
about 700 acres near this city, al
though the wild -berries thrive from
Oregon to Alaska. He-started several
year3. ago with an experimental plot
of a few acres and now 'he has 30'
acres' in cranberreis at his pictures
que farm,' "Dellmoor." Each acre, he
estimates, is good for an average
r'oduction of 100 barrels and .this
year the growers received $12.50 a
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We cater, to
public. Our Menu has been & r
established 'for the benefit.
of those rho care for food. '.
properly prepared iir'th'e .
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best way. "We buy the best "
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and prepare it to suit you, -
and give you service. ' Qua
lity and servicetheTflottdibf ;
this cafe "
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' rANPY.MtANYhusE..HAS '
BfEN KEEPING COMPANY FOR
mCH ONTO FIFTCCN-YeARST.
TRUE AS THEY RE-UNITE
The Pacific Cranberry Exchange,
the coast growers' selling agency, of
kvhich-H. S. Gane of-Santa. Barbara,
Cal., is manager, is beginning to of
fer .stiff. competition to the American
Ctanberry Exchange, the eastern or
jvnlzation representing the.Cape.Cod
district and the fields InNew Jersey
and 'Wisconsin. This year Pacific
ccast berries were shipped as far east
as Denver. The cranberry now is the
only fruit shipped from the east to
this coast. - -,.,?
The: cranberrv fields about. Astoria
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are real peat "Dogs mat will Durn
when dry and that quake when walk
ed upon. They have been cleared of
timber;, the'stumps tqrn out, sanded
drained and prepared for -Irrigation
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Ast-tThe cranberry, vines -form. a brilliant
green .carpet on the fields, st.udded
with millions of crimson berries.
Mr. Delllnger said, the growers' asr
sociation contemplates an advertising
campaign to make popular the; ,al;
year-round use of the berries.
Until the 1919 season, early frost,
the -greatest menace of the eastern
fields, was unknown. Coming unex
pectedly last season It took most of
the crop which could easily have
been saved by flooding the fields as
a preventive measure.
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SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. ,14. Oil
production in California tor 1919 Is
estimated at 100,000.000 barrels by
R. P. McLaughlin, state oil and go's
supervisor. "This Is a slight Incrense-I
over tho 1918 output.
The total value ot tho crude oil nt
tie wells was npproxlmtely $135,
000,000, McLaughlin reported. The
field prlco'of oil has advanced In Just
about tho same degree as farm pro
dects, tho supervisor said, adding
that "the price of California oil may
not be reasonably expected to doejtne
until the general prtco level ofall
v ."The Incr.easo or .decrease of. the
amount ot oil in storage has for sev
eral years been generally considered
"as an Index for f(old prices," said
McLaughlin's report. "During the
past .year and a half, hqwever, tho
etfqct of stored., oil on field price?
has been entirely obliterated or ueu
trallzcd by tho general condition of
advancing prices of nil commodities.
"Current- statistics by private cop
cerns disagree as to the actual
amount of oil now stored but do, n
gree In indicating that stocks wore
somewhat less' at tbo end ot tho year
19-19 than at the beginning. This In
conjunction with, tho fact that pro
duction was approximately the same
a? during the previous year shows.
that the Industry has not quite held
itscown."--" " "
Flve hundred, new producing well?
were brought in 'during the year, the
report said, noting that dally produc
tion per -well declined during ,the
year from 32 to SOVs barrels' In
1916 'It was 37 barrelsi"" '
" The'acreage of pirovedblanij .was
materially increased by developments
In tho Elk Hills district, Kern Coun
ty and Richfield district, Orange
County, tho report said. The tola)
now 'was estimated nt 91,000 acres
as compared with 89,212 acres in
'Construction, of additional hydro
electric -power plants is reported as
going; forward to such an jextent
that 'the present .annual -consumption
of oil for' generating electricity, will
be reduced by 2,000,000 barrels.
McLaughlin said waste ot oil .thru
Improper drilling methods was be
ing decreased under- state supervis
ion and that the economic waste of
burning crude oil without first ex
tracting its .more valuable constitu
ents by refining Is apparently being
The outlook' for the year Is en
couraging, tho supervisor said. Ho
advised furtherprospecting under di
rection of qualified geologists to lo
cate now fields in the state.
CHEYENNE, Wyo Jan. 13. All
persons who filed applications for
tracts.of the io',000 acres of govern
meat , jand which was to have been
oisposea 01 oy tottery nere on ue
cember 23 will be enabled to have
Jutvwhat.,they, wanted, Instead of
"drawing straws" for the desirable
portions, this condition being due to
WJth the stockmen busy trying to
minanon aunng tne itorBiy(feason,
anwlth a Jack of n'derstandlng pn
part of-many' persons as to the pro
cedure to be followed, .not as many
reiiponsos were received as fcad been
expected, Applications ' were, re
ri n ivi ' j j ' . m-ti 11? v - . ,. -?v - 1 "n ,,. ijta- j
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PITTSBURG!". Jnn. 13. A num
ber ot, Important manufacturing con
coins In this city nrp soiling food and
clothing nt cost to their employes, in
an effort to meet tho advancing prlco
Ono company buys for Us workmen
every two weeks a carload of hams
and bacon. This Is shipped dlroct
from tbo pnekor to tho mill, and
thore sold to tho men nt cost, plus
tho transportation charge. Tho presi
dent of tho company endorses It as
ono of tho best things ho has over
done for his men.
Another concern has boon supply
ing ninny ot ItsMnlll and oftlco em
ployes "with canned goods, wearing
apparol, Including ovorcoats and
shoes, and even children's shoos. The
saving was such .as to nuiko tho wago
Employes of another big manufac
turing plant rented a; storo,. stockod.
It with groceries, bought through use
of tho company's credit, and In n tow
weeks wero doing business ot $20.0Q
dny. Only employes., of thqeompany
can buy In tho store. Tho prlco to the
buyer is first .cost plus rent( light,
-lorlc hire nud frolght.
."Wo stnrted with groco.rles," said
She managor looking over his well
Vent store with pride," but lately we
nldcd such clothing ns tho men wear
vhlle nt work, Soon wo will have a
ullor shop for mqn's clothes, and
next wo are, going to put In n line
if women '.s, wear and such things ns
Vomen. must hnvo around, tho houso,
ldon't know how rtinny of tho com
'iiny's 20,000 workmen buv hero,
Nit I am ,suro wo have among our
"I'stomers at least onq, reprcspntn
Mve of every family."
Tbnrojs still one item, however, In
he living cost, from which many
'vTnrkors In tho district can find no
roller that, of high, rents. Work
men's houses nre scarce in every scc
tcn of (ho district.
SALEM TO HAVE
FAST BALL TEAM
SALEM, Jan, 12. "Dlddlo" Dish
op Is planning to. have a fast baseball
club at Sulom this season, to meet ag
gregations from all parts of Oregon
and Washington in a series. A sche
dule Is being formulated and tho lists
are open to all teams that apply early
enough. Bishop promises that If tbo
game Is given sufflciont support he
will furnish Saturday and Sunday
ball for the fans, nnd perhaps may
arrange for dally games' during tho
Tho 1920 census
.15. Are you listed?
ceived for approximately C.000 acres.
The state land boar'il will moot soon
to determine whethor tho remain
der of the tract shall be .'disposed of
by lottery, -a,ndlt is likely that the
planwllibe given another trial.
All persons taking this, land must
agree to pay- at the rate of not less
thfin'jIlC'aV acre' for It, After the
land. .has, been thoroughly advertised
th"roughthefBtate,.,t wH be assign-
ed bjrlqt., The,numberBof aU applt
ud the board members will draw
WfcR B.,rS? "uJ5tf?M
?r,e. -lWwl?iMBJi3wii;,R.ffA a$
fromtjo ,faii..jtcr,ite ,p?
fixedbj'fjh ftate seems unusually,
,Thls Is the first time in the his
tory; of the state that.- the lottery,
method h'aa ever been, used in dls?
posing ot.pwllc lands. It la also the
first' time .jfhat the state, hasfflxed
the acreage s't so mail an area. - .
as vauwewA FWYars .w,
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HEWS CLASSIFIED COLUMNS
FOR SALE Real Estate
KOU SALE OH TRADE I six room
houso In Cottngo Grove, Oro H
aero lot, for- Klnmnth Kails property.
Call 19F23 or address Hoht. Choyno,
Klamath Falls, Merrill Routo, 12-17
FOR SALE Olon Noma 160 ncrcs
Cliorry Crek valley nnd El Capl
tan Meadows 160 acres Sllvor llutto
Fisher North Western Montnnn
Warm chlnook climate flno moun
tain water, excollent outsldo range,
and wondurtul ,gamo country .Good
chanco' for cattle, horses, Bhoop, hogs
and poultry near nuto road nnd
shipping point. Part cash tonus on
balanco-r-Used car ns part pnymont.
Clnudo Houghton, Modoo Potnt, Oro,
FOR, SALE Miscellaneous
FOR SALE Two 04 x 10 liollor,
Hnrlfnril Inmiortlnn. l.n(ntml nt
enoUniip, Wash. Will" sell fcr 400
tn'ch f..ob,-car Siokno..H. II. Ed-
FOR SALIJ 1Q0 owes Prlco Is
right. Phono 24R. 12-17
FOR SALE DYebold safo nt a bnri
gain. .Piono 2G.W. - 10'tf
FOlt HALI 350 tons tplaudld qual
ity Rye ft Meadow bay all In food
barns. Good wator. Prlco $16 a ton,
12 miles N East Klamath Falls.
I', O, Dox 503 or Phono 11F11. 8-21
FOR SALIT 2 splondld Milch cows,
1 Red Rone C yoar old, 1 dark
Jersey, 3 yoars old $100 each, No
better milkers to bo found. Addross
P. O. Box BQ3 or phpno;UFU. S-14
FOR SALE A light cak 8 drawer
flat" lop 'desk lri excollont condi
tion. Inqulro HoraM offleo.- 31 tf
WANTED TO HUY 50-ft wurohotiBu
lot on track and pavement. F. Hill
Huntor. Phono day 14 9J; nights-
Printing, StaClonery and offlco
supplies. Pioneer Printing nnd Sta
tionery company. 126 Main St. 9-tf
Domorcst, Dentist, ovor Sugar
man's Storo, 6th and Main. 2-tt
WANTED A good roll top desk,
qulro Hor'ald oftlco.
CITY. OARBAQEt When you want
Garbage removed phone 81. 11-tf
Got your spring sewing dono early,
Corafortors mndo for $1.00. Child
ron's sewing a specialty. Room 2 over
P. O, , 9-15
We make n spcclulty of lire, life,
and accident insuriucn. Phono fill and
we'll do tho rest. Clillcoto & Sui'th
PHONE PEYTON for wood. 187
Faith In Adversity.
Top Fountain of Ilootjnck, Mich.,
wiik. willing to plead guilty In court' to
the chnrgo ot milking liquor, having
a prh'ato ntlll in. his homo. .Prosecut
ing Attorney Lucas told tho court thnt
he tried to, get n promise of reforma
tion from,Jog,.n promise at leant that
he would refrain from drinking for
tho remainder of his life.
"Not- me,"' wns Joe's answer, "It
mlgit get, wet again."
Am Joo'h Infraction Included only
making 11 llf.lo spirits for his own .use
he was released on payment of the,
costs. bully. Mining Guze'tto.
Among uie presents given ton rural
bride was. one from an old lady In the
neighborhood with whom the bride
and the groom were' prime favorites
" Home years .herore, the old lady had
accumulated a umber ot cardboard
.mottoes, which" ahe worked, and
framed as occasion 'areee.
i-M chMrfuJ-hlufj.aW red,vsuspeo'o
,edjbjr i cord of the" lame colors, over
the table on wWcb'tlrf 'other omenta
were gathered. hag fhlaflottts'
,MFIhtOn:"Fiaht .Brer -. '
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,, Comef to the Mondale Theatre to
morrow night. The. admission will be
free, for we. want to show you we
have the finest picture machine that
nioney can buy and that our pictures
are' of the same htgh character'." it
i The ,1920. jieaaitt, closes January
16, Are you listed!. !,... i
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FOR RENT OR LEASE
FOR RENT Stoam hoatod slooplng
rooms; $1G per month 129 N, Cth
Stroet, halt n block from Main,
WANTED Four to eight head hoavy
logging horsos. Nino Lumber Co.
Dox 1126, Klnmnth Fnlla Oro. 12-17
WANTED Trucks nnd teams to
haul lumbor from Moadow Lake to
Pine Grove nnd Klamath Falls. Nino
Lumbor Co. - Dox 1120, Klamath
FOR RENT: Hoatod furnlshod rooms
almost porpotunl flow ot hot water
for baths. Rates 'S.GO to $4.00 per
week." 741 Walnut Avo. 8-14
FOR RENT 3 furnlshod rooms for
hoiiNokeoplnff. 1313 Main, 6-17
LOST AND FOUND
LOST A man's black loatlior. bolt
with gold tmcltlo, Initials 3. S. Re
turn to Herald Office- tt
WANTED A hoiiuolcoopor. Apply
Room 2, Swanson Uulldlng. 12-tf
WANTED A ".small second hand 2
wheoi push cart. Inqulro Q-0. Hor
nld, oftlco. -. . 6-tt
WAN.T.KD Many ot tho lending
newspnpor nion of tho country, tho
men In tho best paid positions got
tbolr start on their homo newspaper.
The all round training obtained on
tho. Bmailor paper 111 a do' tho spocltvl-
Istii'Svho guldo tho destinies it tho
biggest publications of tho country.
.Tho Herald linsan opening for. a. re. .
porter nnd will glvo local applicants
profororico. The position' Is open'"' to"
any young man who Is actlvo, bright,
ablo' to gathor. news and wrlto gram
matical English. Apply to tho City
MADAM IOINA, Palmist
World's Orcatent llirt'iioloKbit,
Piilinlxt and Medium.
Roads your entire life past,
present nnd futuro correctly, giv
ing names, dates and figures In bus
iness, lovo, law, marriage and dom
estic troubles., Tolls you whnt you
are best adapted for and what to do
to better your conditions in life.
This lady roads your hand as you
would an open book. Avreadlng by
her will moot, xour highest expecta
tions, and you will bo wiser and
happjor, after consulting her, ahe
having tho gift of removing nil evil
Influences and placing you In an en
Vlronmont, of happy thought and
contentment. Readings: Sunday and
dally, 9 a. m. to 9:30 p. m. Located
at Room 1, Modro Rooming House,
1313 Main St., between Broad and
Spring Streots, ono block east ot
Whlto Pelican Hotel, Klnmnth Falls,
Every largo town In India has Its
Delhi Darwazu, or gate oponlng In
tho direction ot Delhi, which waB'to
the wholo, country what Mecca Is
to tho Mohommodnn,
Tho 1920 cenius closos January
IC. Aro you listed? ,
Klamath Lodge No. 137 '
t. I. O. O.F.
Meets Friday sight, of each weak M
I. O. O, F.hall, tth and Main etreeU4
P. J.Qergea , N. O.i Fred Bremer
SeeraUryl .P. It. foMtain Treamrer
wataa ataeanKaeat No, it, I. o
Oi. P.; meet .Tieeday night of &!
w4k st I. O. O. P. haU. Aril War
rel, O.' P. NaU Otterbeta, asrlhtf
P, : L. Peaatala TrNnm. ,
:WIUr SchfiuU "
Short'tripa, 50c paggeri
er;'Pelican Bay or Ship
pingtph, $1.60 for either!
or SipaaaengertT v .
Rex Cafe. Pkotse 77
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