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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 20, 1920)
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TUMBDAV, JANUARY 20, 1020
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS,' OREGON
The Evening Herald
WHAT Wllili TtlUY
THINK OP I'SV
J M. -4. M U It 11 A 1.
?t FRED HOULK
Published daily except Sunday by
ft Harald Publishing, Company ot
KlUMth Falls, at 115 Fourth Street
Klariinth Falls Is possessed of n
"cnntttnkorous and factional spirit,"
and can't got together on anything,
Ale' Ilosborough Is alleged to hno
told tlio Itno hearing on tho nues
tlon of the, Upper l.ako marsh lund
leases, January 12, tuipoarlng'in bo
halt of tho interests ot tho Cullfornln-
tatiroiTal' the postofflce at Klam- t-Orcgon Tower company. In support
aXk FtllvrOnt:, for transmission thru
lit Bails as second-class matter.
abacriptlon terras by mail to any
44reM In the United States!
Bmfiiki .i.l $ 5 . o o
Om boats .: .50
ofMils belief Mr. Kosborough Is said,
in i letter received by tho local post
i of tho American I.eglou, to hho
pointed to "'their three court-houses"
as an indication of tho Impossibility
for tho community to pull together
on development matters.
itanbet- of tho Associated Tress
The 'Associated Press is excluslTcty
MtlUed to'th'e use for republication
C tfr'newa'dtspatches credited to It
9 Kot.'Qtherwiso credited in this pn-
and also local news published
All jtghta of republication of spo-
i aupatenes herein are also resory-
TUESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1020
asks roit tiirrrnns.
Petition for letters of administra
tion in tho estate ot tho Into Martin
Konzack wis filed yesterday with the
county court by Christ Konzack, of
Klamafu' Falls, a brother. The es
tato consists of land In thts county,
valued at $3000. Tho decodent left
t llCn. 1. a.. ...Ill ..t..,.... I . rtl .. il t .. !
i(l u.uilivia tillil oiftuia, 1111.11111111
tno petitioner ami a urotiior, trrfiti
Kanzack, who lives at Merrill.
Mpney Talks Nowdays
If it comes hard, make it go a long way.
J How do these prices lookon some of Uio standard articles?
1 Canned Goods
TOMATOES 6 cans for , '. $1.03
STANDARD TOMATOES 6 cans for. SI. I I
ASHLAND -SOLID PACK G cans for $t.:0
--MEDFQRD SOLID PACK 6 cans for .. Sl.:)
.CORN The best money can buy, C cans for si. no
PEAS 6 cans for $1.00
EXTRA CHOICE PEAS G cans for Sl.'tr,
CANNED MILK, BORDEN'S G for.x SI. 00
Other Brands. 6 for. : Sl.o."
, As good a grade of BULK COFFEE as money can buy anywhere.
er iu. .. .. ..c
M. J. B. Vir lh.
'ROYAL dLUB Per lb T."!1"Z.!!
a " - Other standard grades from IKc per lb. and up
SYRUP SEYERAli KINDS
'KARO-i-Dark, in three sizes:
-e ' 2b
6s . .
KARO White, in 5s . ".
'LAUNDRY ' SOAPS Leading brands, 4 bars
Also a arerj" good HAND 'SOAP, G bars.-
Ci t " Yes, I also l?3ve that wonderful Queen Lily Soap.
fWASHINCt POWDERS Nearly all leading kinds. Borax Chips,
Citrus, Sea Foam, and others.
Wbijo they 'last ,WHITE NETTED GEM POTATOES, per 100 lb.
r- Be lb. In short lots
- 'Don't forget about that Brown and Powdered Sugar you
fca.ve been looking for. I have a limited supply.
RANCH EGGS Dozen ,, gsc
Don',tforget the little Union Store Just back of tho 'First
National Bank, called fc . .
T- -. t.-;.- THE CASH AND GVRRY .
.J&U9fXorth Fourth Street ' Plioiie 183
- '' " ' P, C. KNIGHT, Prop.
. - The Place Where' You Can't Go Wrong
CI NT 1
These Prices All This Week
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SALT l.AKi: CITY, I'tah, Jan. 20.
An appeal that American wool
growots go on record In favor of tho
ponco troity and tho league of na
tions was made by K J. llagen
barth, of Salt 1-ako -City, presldnnt
or tho National Wool Growers' Asso
ciation, when the organization opeu
qd a, three days' coiwontlon hero ys-tetdny.
'Wi should be reitly to liold.aulaJ
helping haml," ho said. "Hut let us
have a leaguo based on American
Uleals and at tho samo time safe
guarding our own constitution ami
President llagonbarth dscrlbed!
tho railroad service during tho past
two years as -"unsatisfactory and
damaging to livestock." In nil, lio
'sahi, tho railroad service has boon
'wretched nnd badly disorganized,"
and asserted tho losses of tho grow
ers from causes incident to tho had
senlco would run Into millions.
"If the pait year affords a fair
e'vainplo of what the shlppor may ex
pect from government operation' of
rallioads," ho said, "1 nm suro tho
wool growers will bo n unit against
such an undertaking."
Presldont Hageuharth laid stress
upon tht) shortage of trolght cars.
Double-deck cais aro especially need
ed, he said, for the shipment -of
From present Indications, Presi
dent llagonbarth said, It Is quite cer
tain there will bo no reduction of
costs in tho production of tho 1920
wool crop. "Tho 1U20 yield," ho as
sorted, "is already SO per cent niado
nnd paid for, and necessarily there
can bo no saving."
Ho omphaslzed tho necessity of
competition with English nnd foreign
wool. "At the present we aro largely
In the hands of Great Britain as to
whit prices on ftno wool should bo,"
'The general Impression prevails,"
he said, "that tho wool growers hnvo
been coining monoy. However, the
Mol nnd mutton production bun I
lie ss has not been as profitable as
before the war. Money has been
undo in Isolated instances and lo
calities where conditions wore u'n
Labor costs havo Increased mora
than 100 per cent and feed has
doubled or trebled In cost, ho said.
"Coupled with these excesslvo ex
penses," ho continued, "wd havo met
with declining markets on our meat
to control riillrcwul
i i t aPvat iihLr
AT THE THEATERS
An Aluminum Measuring Cup
Also Dessert Molds
I Send us two trade-marks from
, J'yj-Jte.H packages the circle
trade-'rharks on 'the .front. That
willcertifrjhat you use Jiffy-Jell,
We .will mail you this half-pint
cup -J.t is an exact cup for use
wth arijr recipe. And two fillings
with (water dissolve one package
( of Jiffjr-JelL; exactly right.
. 11 Other Molds
With .the Jiffy-Cup we will
send jrgtij pictures of eleven other
moiiu t ucsseri a
re icm irec 10
We, jant ,you
to have them. We
e r v e d attrac
aioIda.T dessert and salad molds.
a real -fruit deS-
the old-style gel
atin6 dainties. t
Ten Flavors In Glass
A Bottle In Each Package
Mint Lime Cherry
Onnge Lemon CoMce
The flavors come in liquid
form, in bottles. They arc juices
of crushed fruit concentrated.
Jiffy-Jell has a wealth of fruit
flavor. We use half a pineapple,
for instance, to flavor a pint des
sert. The Pineapples are crushed
in Hawaii fruit too ripe to slap
It is real .fruit, not mere flavor,
that folks like and need.
Serve It Often
People need fruit daily. Jiffy
Jell supplies it at a trifling cost,
(and you make it in an instant.
serving of rare
sert costs you less
than one smUl
Serve it often
weekly. Winter is
when people need
it. And every scrv
ing seems like a
Cut out this sup
o ff e r so you
Lucille Leo Stewart, the emotional
star who appears in "Tho Eloventh
Commandment," the Ralph Inco production-;
.released by Exhibitors Mut
unl, Is credited with the greatest
success of her career In this big dra
matic play. ,
Miss Stewart's portrayal of tho
chnracter of Dora Chester In her now
picture Is said to afford tho popular
star a rolo In which tho powor and
charm ot her distinctive emotional
talent Is given full sway. This deline
ator of screen characterizations Is at
nor best when tho situation is ano of
tense and restrained feeling.
Never overacting, tho Surety with
which sho aproaches her part and tho
magnetism of her personality gives
an Individuality to everything she
does. .A big scene In "Tho Eleventh
Commnndmont," which calls upon
hor resources to tho utmost Is when
as a happily married young bride,
worshipped by her husband, fcho Is
confronted at night In tho privacy
of, her sleeping apartment by a visi
tor who turns out to bo hor former
fiance; determined to wreck her hap
plness by roveallng to hor husband
an unhappy cplsodo of hor past.
Tho culmination of tho sceno 'is
dramatic in tho oxtromo, resulting in
tho death of tho midnight intruder,
but only after a succession of drama
tic situations that call upon all tho
resources of this great actress.
ruin bv llrllllmrlly,
prolltn ii to put tlm iimunii'r
tliii ituiki'H lili prunta liyrlli
cii'iicy mid trtmimiy mi Ilia
mini) low I im Hut nun ulio
trlcn to iii'iotiipliih Hit) Miimi
result tliruiifili cxlurtliiimto .
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THE old-time"' pnek-benrer could carry n hunJ
drcd pound:) tun miles a day.
The railroad is the modern pack-bearer. For
every employee it enrrics 2,000 times as much.
Back of each railroad worker there is n $10,000
investment in tracks and trains and terminals, with
steam and electricity harnessed like a great beast
Without this mighty transportation machine
the railroad worker could do no more than the old
time pucker. But with it he is enabled to earn the
highest railroad wages paid in the world, while the
country guins the lowest-cost transportation in the
The modern railroad docs as much work for half
a cent as the puck-bearer1 could do for u full day's
The investment of capital in transportation and
other industries increases production, spreads pros
perity and advances civilization.
, U'o enlarge our railroads so that they may keep
pace with the Nation's increasing production, to
improve them so that freight may be huulcd with
less and less human effort 11 constant stream of
new cupital needs to be attracted.
r- Under wise public regulation the growth of
railroads will be stimulated, the country will be
adequately and economically served, labor will re
ceive its full shure of the fruits of good manage
ment, and investors will be fairly rewarded, f
' 2 r
Thoie dittoing information conctrnlng tht railroad tltuatlon mnv ol
fain Uttrature bv vrltlng to Tht AmteliitUm of ,'n(lii Kxrcutlittl
Ct Jtroodicoi, AVu Volt
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Tho grand total of all tho gold ore
produced in tho United States since
1702 Is but about half of tho amount
of tho last United States Victory
Trappers in Klamath county aro
making good monoy this season, said
Charles Donart, who has handled
about $1800 worth of furs so far.
Mr. Donart Is advertising In tho
Herald columns for 800 mink and
1000 coyoto skins to bo delivered at
the Eaglo pool rooms. Slnco Satur
day ho has bought more than a scoro
of mink furs, besides coyoto, marten,
weasel and skunk skins.
Among 12 mink furs takon in tho
Algoma district were sovornl extra
flno polls .Ono of those, says Mr. Do
nart, Is tho largost. fur ho has seon
In Klamath county, and ho has been
In tho fur trado hero for noarly 15
Coyote trappers got tho bounty al
lowed by tho county in addition to
tho prlco of tho fur. Mr. Donart
bought a coyoto skin recently, a top
notch fur, whlch netted tho trapper,
bounty and all, $21.C0.
COPIES YANKEE FILMS
nOTTEHDAM, Doc. 28. (By
fMall.) A- dispatch to tho Nlouwo
rtottordamscho Courant states that a
director of a Danish firm doallng In
moving picture films has boon ar
rested at Copenhagen charged with
copying American films and sending
them to Germany,
I pay the best prices for all kinds of second
hand goods in town, also the cheapest place to buy
ask those that trade here. I can save you money
on Shelf Hardware, Granite Ware, Tubs, Boilers,
Rope, Mattresses, Suit Cases, Window Glass.
Give me a call. ' ,
. W. H. ROSS,
' 906 Main Street.
! Jiffy Dessert Co., "" MAIL
Waukesha, Wis. THIS
I enclose2trade-marksforthe Jiffy-Cup.
AnIndlvUutl Dwri Mold-
! .SSpenPdn3 J "yV "close 7 ira
I ir.dTioriha.;toi.l. jsrndtheset of 6 Individual Dessert Molds.
Jazzz Extra Jazzz
The Biggest Hat Sale
of the season, at the
g7 q 519 MAIN STREET
"All Hats i!rom $16.00 to $10.00, your choice, $4.00
All Hats from $ 9.00 to $ 5.00, your choice, $1.95
The .first in will get the best bargain. Every
thing to be sold at a sacrifice.
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