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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 3, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
JTOXDAV, JAtfUAIlV , Jfrai.
jf ifrGAIN PAY WEDNESDAY BARGAIN DAY WEDNESDAY BARGAIN DAY WEDNESDAY BARGAIN DAY
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Fifth and Main Streets
Regular Price $7.50
Bargain Day Price $3.95
223 S. Sixth Street
LENOX LAUNDRY SOAP
Regular Price, per bar 10c
Bargain Day Price, per bar 5c
! RNITIIRE CD,
fSj TABLE SET
v lb' 31c
614 Main Street
"THE LITTLE GRAY MOUSE"
Regular Price 25c
Bargain Day Price 20c
524 Main Street
CHOICE STEER POT ROAST
Regular Price, per lb 25c
Bargain Day Price, per lb 20c
532 Main Street
Regular Price, per lb 33c
Bargain Day Price, per lb 25c
pr pkg 8c
, ain Streets
i or 25c, 7 for 55c
Hi , $20.00
r pair $14.85
126 N. Sixth Street
LEGGETT No; 5$ BED SPRING
Regular Price $9.75
Bargain Day Price $5.76
422 Main Street
Regular Price, per lb 12c
Bargain Day Price, per lb 10c
W. H. ROSS
906 Main Street
ROME NICKEL-PLATED TEA KETTLE
Regular Price $4.00
Bargain Day Price , $3.25
IARGAIN DAY WEDNESDAY BARGAIN DAY WEDNESDAY BARGAIN DAY WEDNESDAY BARGAIN DAY
Moil Hint prompted tlio Ilnrgnln Day Page. Tho merchants whoso
ndVortlsemtmlK appear hero nro offering ono nrtlclo nt o upoclal
prlro. No two nro offorlrig tlio iinmo artlclo. Tho objoct Is to get
you to vlHlt their Moron and whllo thoro Inarn that tho prices thoy
nro charging nro no higher than what you hnvo been paying the
Wo hope to make Wednesday tho Dig Market Day of Klam
ath Falls. Wo hopo to Dee tho pcoplo of tho county mako out a
lint of what thoy want and get tho price from their homo mer
chant. Wo havo no fear of tho result. Wo know that tho monoy
that linn bcn going clsowhoro will remnln In Klamath county for
It up-building and you will bo getting toIuo received for tho
monoy you upend.
EARL SREPRERD GO.
Fifth and Main Streets '' J,
Regular Price $1.00
Bargain Day Price 79c
SPOT CASH BASKET GROCERY
822 Klamath Avenue
LIBBY'S SOLID PACK TOMATOES
Regular Price, per can 25c
Bargain Day Price, per can 22c
SQUARE DEAL DRUGSTORE
Eighth and Main Streets
GARDEN COURT FACE POWDER
Regular Price, per box 75c
Bargain Day Price, 2 for 75c
STAR DRUG STORE
Fifth and Main Streets
MAXIMUM HOT WATER BOTTLES
Regular Price $2.50
Bargain Day Price $1.85
Sventh and Main Streets
8-in. Hand-Polished PYRALIN COMBS
Regular Price $2.00
Bargain Day Price . $1.29
f ITMAN DRUG CD.
520 Main Street
WHITMAN'S SAMPLER CHOCOLATES
Regular Price, per box $2.00
Bargain Day Price, per box $1.65
1134 Main Street
LADIES' CLOTH DRESSES
Regular Price $45.00
Bargain Day Price $25.00
THE IIVS STORE
512 Main Street
18x36 HUCK TOWELS
Regular Price .. .....35c
Bargain Day Price, 17cj 6 for , $1.00
WASHINOTON, D C Jan. 3.
For many yearn Koprrscntallvo
Small of North Carolina has !
agreement been presenting to It. C.
Illand, a Carolina farmor and ono
of hid constituent, n suit of clothots
for onch additional child In hit fam
ily. Having presented thirteen sultn,
nnd being recently notified to noml
tho fourteenth, noprescntottvo Small
hnn Informed IJJand that tho con
tract will bo "off with Mr. flinntl'H
jrotlrcmcnt from congress on March
Small and DIand made their com
pact a number of jrcars nrn whon
Small wan making a campaign ipooch
at itobersonvlllo, near hero. Illand
then had twenty children; ho now
Twenty-six of tho thlrtv.fonr rhll.
dren arc living, and tho present Mm.
Hland, Illand'a second wife, In tho
mother of nineteen, nine of whom
woro born during tho last ten yenm.
Including one net of twlno. Eight
een children still Jlvo at homo, but
Mm. DIand doclarcn nho get lone
somo nometlmca "because no many
havo gono nway."
Mr. and Mm. DIand recently bad
a group photograph taken of tho
family still remaining on tho tinj
farm. Whllo tho photographer was
working a buzxard cast Itn shadow
on tho ground. Illand was asked
If he was superstitious.
"No." be said, "I'm not afraid
of buzsardn. but at first I thought
tho blame thing was a stork."
In calling tho children togotbor
for tho photograph, DInnd simply
cupped his hands and In a sten
torian voice cried: "Chlld.'jn."
Insults were Immediate Children
appeared from evcrr riioi
Somo of tho "children" were grown
men ana women; others were bare
ly able to toddle forth. nn,i nn. ...
still being carried In arms.
DIand says It Is no more troubio
to bring up fifty children than it
Is to raise ten.
"After you pass ten," he nays,
"the older ones are a big help."
The children wero not unusually
noisy, DIand said, althcngh "thoy
made consjdorablo racket when
fourteen werer taken down together
with whooping cough." Tho blond
grocery bill Is coulvalent m icn
a week, nlthough DIand produces
a large part of his food. On one oc
casion he says ho spent most pf nn
night computing tho cost of koop-
ing his family comfortable, but
that tho figures reached inch nlnrm.
Ing proportions ho gavo up the Job
Tho best fertilizers to use en r.ir.
lous grades of soil to be found In
tho state of Oregon havo been shown
as the result of a series of experi
ments conducted bv the noil, iinm-.
jment of tho state agricultural col
lege. Experiments have been con
ducted with 16 representative soils
and tho trials show tho pffsri. nr
different fertilizers and the elements
in which the soil is most deficient.
Thp trial on the Ilcaaeltlnn trr
near Klamath Falls, are classed as
lukima sandr lonm. Th nrri.
soil Is a light brown sandy loam,
with a darker subsurface This ex
periment was begun In 1920 ulih
sulphur Buper-phosphnte. rock nhn..
phate, gypsum and muriate of nnt.
lash. Potatoes aro bolne used n ihn
experiment crop. Where muriate of
potash was used a definite lncreaso
In yield over the check plot was
noted. The other fertilizers ravn nn
Increase. Alfalfa on this tvno of
soil has given profitable lncreaso
from this treatment.
Tho Nelson tract near Klnmnth
Falls Is clay loam soils. This ex
perience was begun In 1917 nn
shows that where sulphur was utied
tho yield was Increased by two tons
tho fourth season after trentmnn.
Eighty pounds of sulphur hns mado
about eight tons lncroaso In yieM
during a four-yearDerlod. s.ilnhnV
doubled the yield of alfalfa In Qooso
Lake valley the last five years.
The McCormlck tract Is a slmiinw
pea soil, formed from decomposition
of tules and swamp grasst In tho
swamp and shallow lako recinnn if
Klamath county. This experiment
was begun last year and no appreci
able lncreaso In nlslko and timothy
In yield was noticed the first year.
except with ' sulphate of potash.
which showod a small Increase over
tho chock plot. Portland Oregon!-