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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 29, 1920)
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THE EVENING' HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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The picture above shows th condition of a part ol the American Motor I'ark l Cobirna uunnn the
recent Spring flood on the Rhine. Thli park contained all types of can nnd motor trucks. When the Arm)
of Occupation was reduced in number the greater part of its motor, culpmenlwas eojicnjratcdL--Coblera.
It was narked on tome vncant flat-land close"to the Rhine in spite of the well known fact thm
practically every Spring this entire tract was Hooded. The remit la pictured above.
The aata of Chew car had been practically completed lo certain Kndish Interest. After the flood n
resurvey waa naked of the ul of this motor equipment and naturally, the price which the purrhwr wi
willing to pay, after it prolonged bath raa very much reduced. This Is another example of thr "etllncnt
vray in which the property used by Uncle Sam la the war has been cashed in for the benefit of the iu
On Society litande
SYDNEY, N. 8. W.. Oct. 2.
.Work haa. bee started by the
French government on construction
of a huge oil atatloa on Tahiti, tho
largest of the Society Islands, accord
las to reporta received hero. The
atatlon will Manly oil to .ships in
Liner Journeying, between 8an
Francisco nnd Vancouver, on the
Americas continent, and New Zea
land and Australian ports are ex
pected to make regular raits at the
Tahiti station for oil. Doals on the
run from Australia to Now York,
and Europe via -the Panama Canal
also -will be served.
Three Urge tanks, capable of stor
ing thousands et 'barrels of oil are
Eggs to U. 5.
Sydney. N. 8. W Oct. 29. Eggs
nave jumped in price here, mainly
becauea tho shipments to the United
State are Increasing. The prices
have gone up recently Aesplte the
fact that production has inccrascd
All the refrigerating space on the
steamer Sonoma salllrig in October
tor San Francisco was taken for egg
shipments, it has been reported.
Thirty girls employed In a syrup
factory near New Orleans quit work
when the management decreed they
should wear bloomer costumes for
tbe sake of economy. Ninety other
of the girl -employes decided In fa
vor of bloomers and their Jobs.
Topeka haa five women taxi
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YOU RECEIVE WHAT YOU ORDER
in our restaurant Our service is equal in every
way to the high quality of food we serve. At
all times you are assured of obtaining an appe
tizing meal in an environment that is extremely,
pleasant Let us serve your next meal. Every
thing in season at popular prices.
If the Wood Dealer
we sell service. That sounds odd
Well, suppose the wood dealer sold service Instead of wood, be
wronld tend to your furnace and your range, take away the ashea
aad clean Use tinea. Yon would buy so tnucb beat.
Now yon buy ao utucb light, although you pay according to the
timet you oonsusae. But the service la performed for you by thin
esatnauy at the substations and power Blunts.
That Is what we want to give you efficient service. It la the
Jm of tills company to have jione but aatialed customers. No
Matter what It Is, If you have a ajrlevasuw, or are dissatisfied about
your bill or do not understand our rate, please come la and see
a or write a abaut tt.
If yen have any suggestions to make, we will gladly avail our.
aelvea ol then aa our aim Is constantly t Improve our aonrice to"
you aa fast aa the development of science aad human ability permit.
I WEATHER RECORD I
Hereafter the Herald will publish
the mean and maximum tempera-
lures and precipitation record aa tak-
a by the U. S. Reclamation service'
station. Publication will cover the
dsy previous to ths paper's Issue, up
to 5 o'clock of that day.
AT THE THEATERS
Tint bountiful Hucrnmonlit Hlvor,
tho prldn of California, furnished
Jnrk Kord, directing Krtiuk Mnyo In
"llltch'ln' Posts," with yIown of tho"
old Mississippi, whllo tho Califor
nia oil rields gave him n remnrknblo
location for tho scouot of tho early
Texas oil rush, Olhor renllsltc sot
tings mid to th IntureatliiR iitinlltloa
of "Illtchln' Puits" which Is to bo
shuwn nt tho Liberty tohntru toiilntit.
"Tho Spender," tin nppeallnic com
edynt youth nml lovit, romnnco and
happiness, which will bo nl tho Lib
erty theatro on Saturday, Klvta llert
Lytoll, tho dlattnRUlithml young
Metro star, tho best rolo of hl hrll
limit caroor on tho slago nnd Hereon.
Those hunKerlng for a picture piny
that will tlo ill lof tlii'lr emotions
Into a very tight knot shuuld sen
"Tho IXep Purplo" nt tho Liberty
theatre Sunday. .
A total of 1,367,835 wntiion In
Ort'ater New York aro reglstorod to
vote In tho cumlng election.
Imily Diana Duff Cooper, liir
known by hor iitiildou imiiio of I .ml -Dlium
Mnnnure, hits nrrnptnd tint ti.
Itorshlp of n woman's socloly imiiku
llllii puhllshmt III iMMlilutl. Hint In
said to bo tho first xumiiii of tlio
KtiKllsh intoragn to Ituctinio nn odllili-
PITTSIUMUI, Oct. 3li.- Tlmlr rea
turos romplotoly hlddon by fomliilmt
shlrtwulsls drawn ovor tholr tumils,
tlmo nrinod kld-Rloroil luuullts im
tenul tho Columbia billiard parlors
nnd nttor scrurlng money and Jownl
ry to the extont of f UUO, t'scipod,
Hi:i) IILUrT. Oct. 31. Mrs. Mary
J, llockli', iikimI over 70 tiirs, has
returned from her slock ruiiK In tho
Sierra Nevada mountains,
Although past 7D years old, Mrs,
llocklo rode a horse 14 miles throiiRh
two foot of snow In gnttluK out of
tho mountains Hhn rldos uvnr tint
stock rniiKn tllli ns much pssk and
doxtnrlty ns uuy of t lit tntfhor
I'tintnm doslKiior, worn parked In
front of tho homo of Tony l'mulch
Prohibition oiifnrrmunnt of (Ivors
Tony wont to Jail and elaht of.
Mcors ilrovo n irncossloii if oIrIii
cars, containing eight imrkagos of
nssortitif light wlnon, lo u pUnt of
safety, whlln itlghl ownnni wont
hnmttwnrd by slrout car without onn
tint inuaiiH lo honrtcn llutmsiilvos
IlKllllUt llmlr losses.
JOH ANdKI.Krt. Oct 2. Klght an.
tomotilloD, raiiRlng from the humble
flivver to Ihii Korgoous creation of n 411,
HIWANVILLIJ, Oot. UK. Tho roll,
tract for paving Main and I'lun
slros has been awarded to the Wiir
nut Construction company which was
thn lowest responsible bidder. The
hid wa sin detail nnd It Is estimated
tho cost of tho Improvement of the
two streets will bn about $19,000.
HACItAMIINTO, Oct, 3D. HokIn
(ration for the general otortliin, No.
Vtimber 2nd, totals 1,371,104, which
Is the largest registration In thn hls
tory of California. This Is according
to official figures announced today
by Hecrotary of Htntn Prank (' Jor
dan. The registration for thn presi
dential election lu 1V10 was i,3H,.
Oct. IS ,.
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Oct. 37 .....
8t. Louis has a 15-year-old girl
rabbi, Leona Hurwltz by name, who
baa delivered several sermons In
Temple Israel In that clty.'MIsa Hur
wlts It said to be the only girl ,or
woman In American who has ever
noted la a rabbinical capacity.
Scarcity of Telephone Equipment
As now subscribers u number of Individuals have recently placed
orders with us for Inlophones Old suhcrlhrs havn asked for service at
new locations, They have boon told by our representatives that Imnie.
dlatn compliance u;tth ttirir itrslres Has Impossible owing to lack of
"telephone facilities" lu u particular locality "Why." one Mill say,
"tho polos and wires nre on the streot and the house Is already wired "
Wo wish Ihst the prcblrm were us simple as It sounds, There may
bo poles and wires, but every wlrv may be In use In giving servlro to
others. Thera may lx a rnble. but eury circuit In It may bn assigned
to telephones already installod. There uiay.be spare wires and circuits
but no switchboard upparatus nl thn central office to which they can bn
connected. There may even be sections of switchboard but not available
for operation on account of the lack cf norrssary accessories, such as
ringing keys, relays, etc.
The reason for the shortage of telephone equipment U simple. Dur
Ing the war period mi were unable to maintain our reserve or stock
plant, us the same mslvrluls wo umt worn required and taken (or gov
ernment purposes nnd for Industries properly favored by lha government.
Since thn war, ulth the uneipectedly prolonged problems of reconstruct
lion, production and delivery of materials nctVad lo meet even current
demands have been duluyod, Kwry business concern Is having similar
eiperlenres. Thn manufacturers of telephone ,iulpmeut have, been
bending vvery effort to fill our orders, but they In turn are meeting the
name difficulties In securing rubber, paper, silk, glass, porcelain, tin,
thread, shellac, metal parts and other articles not generally associated
In tbe public mind with telephone service.
At the same time with this abnormal situation with reference to
materials there eilsts an unprecedented demand for telephone service,
and-evn under these circumstances our record Is one of fulfillment of
demand. In the first eight months of this year we have added 6113
telephones In the Htsle of Oregon. In tbe eight months prior to our
declsratlcn of war we gained 365S telephone,
We desire to give Servlro as much aa a patron wishes to receive It.
We desire to promptly cpmpty with tho suggestions of public authorities
who have taken a proper interest tu the situation. We am facing abnor
mal conditions, but we will of necessity gradually overcome our diffi
The Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company
Square Deal Drug Store
SAFETY -- SERVICE -- SATISFACTION
25 worth of Oniiino Patho
records FIlfcE with any Patho
Phonograph In cabinet models.
Now is tho time.
The original package rlxxolalr.
Always fresh and always guaranteed.
Wants have our special care.
Foods, bottle, nipples, toys, etc.
Complete line of OeiiulnoEvor
'Ready flashlights and batteries.
Is known by. the merchandise It
sells. Our mcrchundiso is all
now and all right.
It is greater than the phono
graph; no horn, no reproducer.
It Is wonderful. It wilt surprise
you. Come in and hear It.
Muke beautiful pictures. Kodak
Are mado completo and guaran
teed by thu house of llrunswlck,
ue of the oldest manufacturing
concerns In thu United Htntvs.
They am absolutely stunihinl.
FIVK I'KIl t'KXT CAHH
Rebate paid for return of our
register checks. Oct thorn unit
Our stores aro tho official Pen
slar Stores for Klamath County,
Try us for that record lilt that
you havu boon looking for. We
likely huvu It.
Costs no moro than tho ordinary
phonograph, nnd Just now wo
aro ulyliig 125 worth of records
lth vvery cabinet model.
Wo are tho principal Klamath
Palls agents for tho famous A. I).
H. lino of household remedies.
Wu Kiiuruutvo them, too.
WK l6.VT KNOW
It nil, hut wo do claim lo know
thn drug business. Who Is your
Percolators, toasters, curling
Irons, sad Irons, etc., tho stand
ard Universal line. Tuoro aro
Puro Olive Oil Castllo soap.
Special Saturday only, 2 for 20c.
You don't have to pay spot
cash for phonograph's; wo soli all
modols on tonus that you can
woll afford to puy. Ask us.
Toilet preparations uro "big re
poators." They satisfy tho poo
plo that's tho real reason,
WIIK.V WK HAY
(luurnnteit, wo mean Ouaranteo;
when wit suy KKKK, we mean
froo. That's tho way wo do
AHK YOUR M:IUIIII0R
About us and our methods.
Largo roll cropo toilet Jupor,
speclul Saturday only, 10c roll,
On all box etutlonory, Saturday
Drug Storo of Merrill is ownod
and oporatod by us.
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY DISPATCHED