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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 17, 1919)
KHIPAV, JANUAIIY 17, llIO
THE EVENING HERALD,
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
U. S. SEAPLANE, LARGEST IN THE WORLD, WHICH CARRIED FIFTY PASSENGERS
FOKMKft H. 1'. AOF.NT TKI.LH OK
IIIH LIFE IN FItANCi: YANKF.i:
IIOYH AHK IIUHV OPWtATINO
! OF ELK HUNT
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wrrWTS iST"'. - " ,''"' " , t..,....,.- i
Till I !' ,,n'1 Ittc-iti t'l' IllK li leceut
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navy inHirii'" """ '
, (,(.,! of Hip latent DP" 01 M'li
plane tl"' largest I" ' w"rl1' 1,,lr-
fllKlit ut Itnrknwfir
It ciirrlinl 11 fly pimmm-
lln offlilnl mime In I In- NT II
mm IiIiik liiilli liy th Curt Ihh
i liiKlni'iirlliR corporation nt (lunlcii 80 mllei; an hour An Men of the slr.o
I Cll I. I , Ih propolliil liy three I Hi- of the. cliinl liter Ik given by the num-i
Uirly motors lliul develop 1,200 horio- Iiit of ixifHoiiH NtumlliiK unilar the
Ipowet It Iiiih a criilMltiK speed if wltiKK, which spread I2i feel
Spokane Is Planning
French Demand Guns
That Fired on Paris
A letter Just received from C. J
Cluuso, who was formerly agent for
tho Southern Pacific company here, i
and who Is now with the transportu-i
tlon corps In France, with a tltlo ofi
master engineer, declares that It de
volves upon the Yankee hoys to op-1
erato 75 per cent of all tho trains
There are over 10,000 American en-'
glues and engineers In France, he I
Mr. Clause tells of going hunting ,
with some French friends, and hag-i
King an elk weighing over 500
Herald's Classified Advs.' miscellaneous
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FARM FOR SALE OR RENT Tall
I on Schubert, next postofflce. 11-tf
jiuuiiiin. luu r rencumuii wur Krum- 'uMVTPn
I .nr. o 4 ff I- - ...til ,.M.1A n. Bt.AAn W .l I &U-
ly surprised, no says, when no ex- run nuc ur win wuC u .,.,., wood
traded the teeth
He adds that ho! or callle- ncB l,UB wel B'"H -
, . , .onn . oi summer jae hub miiiiuicmcum
has been offered over $200 for two . . , ranch. wlll .,, for one-thlrd
of them. The writer, who made ma'ny casn balance to suit; price $27,500.,
A few loads of mahogany
Klamath Packing Co. 17.
friends while In
regurds to them
the city, sends hlsiF. M. McCulley & Son, Summer Lake, '"Ve " m?. p'a,?1 reila, one
Orncon 16-2t fH'atein yearling heifer, with crop
lOreR0n- lb 'and split in left ear. underslooe In
" EWES FOR SALE 700 head, 2 to 6 .rt!l "l Te,br
convinced that a Ills ycars eld: will lamb In April; bred ?5v. n!...?ro?"tJr' An"n?
in rnar hnrka. Hueh Fnlvev. Mer- "T'T' " .""" "? auu f
Holland is convinced tpat a
lllll Ls a liability. Columbus Record.
lakl An.. ..hJa..1.. f f a. -.a
17 6t m116"1, cu. uuuciaiupe in .en ear, oeil
J wattle under neck and branded dla-
HI'OKANi:. Vuh.. Jan, 17. Plans
for ibK ocrupatlon of rtiirnlnK sl-
In tin- offr of iho orKHiilzjtlin If
ttlffldinit Jobs nru nut foctliriimliii;.
dlers wru UkliiK ili'flnllr form In llu 'It win iiiiiiouiki, efforls "III be
rap of mivpral lornl nrifnitlHlloin, j imiili- in obtain oiiIhIiIo ciiiploynii'iit
unJ utlicr art nxporlixt to luKu llki Tin Huikiiiu i'IiiiiiiIht of Com
mpsiiiiri's In tlici ru-ur fiiturn, iu moti nuTro Inn ml tbllshi'd nn iiupliuiiiit
ititt urobilin Ih'cohu-h more urii.l Iuki'Iii ut lit tiff l --. ulth J I. Coin..!'
PARIS, (.'orr(onloiico if the
Associated Pritss) Tho French peo
ple wiui 1 oiio of the (ii-rmuu "Dig-
Illinium" or Miperruiinuii which lo:n-(
biiriled Pails to display In tbo Plarui
do In Conrordo us it sovuniilr of fler-1
..-. . .... .i
mini frlKlitruiuc.na Hint railed or us
ground fifty feet In diameter a
pbotoRraph of which has been taken j
The second was put out of business j
Hu fur the i'lty, lb" lcl clmmbur hliinulr rttuniml soldier, .loiutinu ,,ur,lUlltf to dfiitroy French moralu.
hit ri:oi us iiipoyiiitni lU'iii. to
rNt'ihthth roiiiliuilili lillon lictweiM siol
illois -kliiK orl. mill cinil)iii
a Kb Jobs for-Htcm, A iiiiiiiImt of
positions nlri'iitly huo beoti lii"l
of roinmi'rra und the flpokuno Mist.T
llultilcrs aiioclullon tmvi tnkai! rou
cretu "lei1", mi'l tin' "'"I eiiiplnyi.ie.il
bureau of tbn federal lininlniiillon
trrvlco U IrnJIiiR Its cooperation
lmiroiments, mainly In tha form
of road ron.lructlon. to a totul of
$7, COO lias been amiouiired by tho
rlly park bonril. wlilrli hns lti(nl
thai returned soldiers will be, glv-n
iirpfervnrfl In lilrlnK workmen. '.
indltnrfs hn been kent In n mini. ORl.tSON A(5UlCt'I.TIM'AL COL
mum for more than a year, imlv n. -' I.KCJl.. torsnlli. Jim k -
iary iimlnlennnre work liuvlnc ' Alfied C. Slmrpe bus been 'ei'. id of
been ordered by tbn park bonrd. Ae- I-'h ilutles imomiuainl r of llie S .
riiiiiulalnl funds now will be uM 1'iiT f. of the CullnK., uml J.nu been
fiirnlsb employment to former wnitl-1 nI'Mnlly uppolnled ,ir-i.i'o
Ir. the last days of April, while tho
llilrd of the original threo vrfi all
enec In May
It Is now asserted that to of tl.ose
guns were remodeled Into n larger
inllbre nluu-lnch und that tlip3 re-
II.M one of thee Instruments shal,' "oJl,le' Jun". w.?.re the ones whloh
rrtumou lite HiieninK oi runs iuic in
The urmlstlco does not stipulate
RIXKARD RENT SERVICE
Night Phone MS
Get a standard policy
Cliilrotc & Smith agency.
from the mona on ieii nip, please notify me
24 I 16-3t R. C. COWLEY.
LEGAL NOTICES I
XOTICK OF 8ALK UNDER CHAT
COI.O.NT.I, SIIAItl'i; TO
ItCMAI.V AT 'lt
fin of (be tuition's uniform.
At a rofeiil meeting of the iihsler
biilliters' iisnorlittlon here, the i nn
hers uleil (o give, work first to to
t tirtiliitc soldiers, mid eiliihllnlieil mi
eiiiplo)inent burenii for the n: int.-
Inry celeiue ami tiiellei mn) i-imnnin
iil-ltt of iiidets. Ti.t Mi mi It O T C.
.rlll look place llilu weol' Ciiptnfn
I' J Cooper now bus rhnrgo of
imlliiK ii the nffili. 'i the S A.
v Mil rendered but thuro Is a inovc-l
inuiit to urge the government to du-j
iiki tul It Thuro Is no'xpcctutlon tlint
the (Scriiinns will Includo ono of tlie-io
' weapoiis iiiiioiik the 2,500 ruiik they,
! are reiiuhed to give up undur'the ur-
Fails obtained by mllltnry experts
Isl'ow that the first guns that fired
..... Il.irl. .n Xlnrpli 'Tt Inttt 1111111.1
bered three They were ,nMu(, , ;.r -t.en they were driven out of
,,er Mont-Jole. In the forest of Saint ' "lr Solssons-Chateau Th l.rry I no by
..,..,.. ..., ,. , ..I. the counter-offensive of the Allies.
IIJUlllll. I U "vnj un ivj .....
rout! spur leading ut of l.nou mIiIK1
Subsequently the Germans sue
crcded In utilizing larger eallbred
gi.ns'for long dUtanco firing for, In
August they used a marine gun from
near Solssons, firing a twelve and a
hclMnch shell. They wore preparing
to subject Paris to nn Intensive bom
bardment such as Dunkirk had to
STEAKS AND ROASTS
From nice, juicy, Klamath County Beef
OUR OWN SUGAR-CURED HAMS AND BACON
See our Bargain Counter for Special Price on
Klamath Packing Co.
. 324 Main St.
Commandant Mlrbcl, the military.
eilUIIlK mil oi iem miiiiv i
tho third was a little f Hither east In - .. . , ., '. ,
,. . . .... , , ta-t ery before the Germaiu i-.RSUin-l
. ., guns oi.. Pointed at ,"."' r- t"d"e A"fS0 ",'
angle of more ... BB degrees. ,1 ' "-'' ' hn0''encr.e,1 " h
rhnrce of three hundred pounds of "eniinn long distance gun lay In tbfl
powder propelling tho projectile to I Invention of a special high oxplcsly ,
height of one hundred thousand feet 1 1'" ' """ "'" - -
,.Hrty IP miles) on Its murdon.u' " ""'"J " "tool
mission ,o l-arU. With every shot , txiraordlnury resisting ,.oe . The
i,l or twelve ...urine guns of sixteen ! nnunR ImU commenced he ,r0..c iral-
or seven.een.lncb calibre fired ,lm..l. ," ' "r e ,
...,i,..tt. 1,,'mnniifniturlng several guns similar
iiiiiiuimi, '" - I... ...... ai ,,. fnrJhll
.,... ,',"::: In tholr Solssons one but 3
order to ronroa the locution of sup-"' , . ' . . , , ,. .
., ..,., nu n, oin'Foc i'b offensive deranged thel
ercauiioii Tho shell was or -iut
millimetre eallb'ro (about olght
Inches). It weighed threo hundred
pounds but tho elmrge of explosive
lontalned tbeieln vailed between
thirty and forty pounds.
In "the manufacture of tho aholl
leslded mi Innovation of tho Gcr
muns. It is said to have been made
of special steel treated with tung
Htun so ns to offor the maximum of
rcslslanco for a minimum of weight.
Tho gnus' only protection wns In
canuflago and It proved to bo no pro-
(lertlon nt all as nlllod aviators soon
locutnd them. Thoro Is a report that
suverul uvlatorH Americans. French.
Ilrltlsh. lost tholr lives In locating
the llwt threo llerthas In the forost
of St Gobaln but upon that point
officials uro Hllonl.
However on March 27 ono of Iho
llerthas wbh blown up by an aerial
torpedo which toro a hole In tho
Th rough iho newly orguuleil Oiegon fhumher of t'om
iihtco, co-operative promotion mill ilevelopmeiit of li'Klt
liiiuto Interests and Inilustrles Is nssiireil. Ktery coin
niuulty will participate for every othee coiumuiiliy. nuil
thus profit for Itself iin well.
Tho First National Hunk Is ullli IhN iuoemeiil to
the full extent of Its large nipiielly.
IC. It. Ileuiues, I'l-oshlcut.
li, K Wlllets, Vlel'mslileiit.
Leslie lingers, (fishier.
A, M, Colllor, AhnI. Cashier.
John Al. Moore, Ann, Cnsliler.
NINE ARE KILLED BY
EXPLOSION OF TANK
"Pure Cider ut tho West End Gro
IIKDUCTIO.V IX Mllilf
Beginning February 1st, we hove
found It possible to mako the follow
ing reductions In our prices:
1 at. milk, per mo 30 days ... 4.50
Ladies' & Men's
MADE TO ORDER
nEHT OF WORKMANSHIP
PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED
Prices are ery reasonable
Your inspection invited
Chas. J. Cizek
SIH Mala St.
All book3 will be due nt the uul
time as given on the cards, altho tns
MlhrarV Will hR rlnQprl Plona.l faaA
Xotlce Is hereby given that under them In the box on the porch bi
and by virtue of the terms of a chattel tween the hours of 8 a. m. and 5 p. m.
mortgage, made and executed by S. P.
Short, mortgagor, to the First Na- DpnpP(;.rnMAT p. ne '
tlonal Dank of Klamath Falls, Ore- rKOt.IONA. CARDS
gon, mortgagee, a sale will be had f "wwwiwwwhwwwii
anu ueiu ui iuu iuiiuwiub ueairiucu
personal property, to-wlt:
Twenty-nine head of mares,
geldings and colts, and one stal
lion. Said sale to take place upon the 25th
day of January, A. D. 1919, at the
hour of 2 o'clock p. m., at the H. F.
Phillips ranch, about ten miles south
of Klamath Falls, Oregon. All sales
to be for cash In hand, and delivery
of property purchased to be made Im-
mediately after said sale.
First National Bank of Klamath
Falls, Oregon, Mortgagee.
2 qt. milk, per mo., 30 days ..
3 qt milk, por mo :t0 days ...
4 qt. milk, per mo., 30 days
1 pt. milk, por mo.. 30 days . ..
2 pt. milk, per mo 30 days .. .
i pt. tab. crm., dally, 30 days
1 pt. tnb. crm., dally, 30 days..
U pt. whp. crm., dally, 30 days
1 pt. whp. crm., dally, 30 dayB 14.50
W, pt. whp. crm., single ilcllv... .30
1 pt. whp. crm., single dellv, . .50
H pt. tab. crm., slnglo dollv. .. .20
1 pt. tab. crm., slnglo dellv. . .40
1 qt. and 1 pt. milk, dally, mo. 6.75
Drink Hot. Water
in the Morning
Wash away all the stomach, liver,
and bowel polsops before
' Appointment of Administrator
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon, for the County of Klam
ath. In tho Matter of the Estate of Nich
olas F. Kenneally, Deceased.
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been duly appointed
administrator of the estate of Nich
olas F. Ktnneally, deceased, and that
all creditors and persons having
claims against the said estate will
present the same, duly verified, to
gether with vouchers attached, with
in six mon(hs from the date of this
notice, at the office or H. M. Man
ning, attorney at law, Loom Is build
ing, 409 Main street, Klamath Falls,
Oregon, that being the place that the
undersigned baa. chosen to transact
the business of the estate.
Dated this 19th day of December,
Administrator of the Estate of Nich
olas F. Kenneally, Deceased.
I10STON, Jan. 17. Nino poisons
aro known to have been killed and
ubout 60 Injured by tho oxohMlon of
n huge tank of molnFses on tho water
front off Commorclnl street, nenr
Kearny Squuru. Eight bodies wore
lumovtMl f i om tho wrorKngo :.na ono.
nmn died ut tho relief hospltul. Moit
of tlioso Injured snffored only from
To feel your best day In and day out,
1 ot! milk. W ut. tab. crm. mo... 9.75 to feel clean Inside; no sour bile to,
1 pt. milk, Vt Pt. tab. crm., mo...7.50 coat your tongue and sicken your,'
H pt tub. crm, 10c. or per mo.. 3.00 breath or dull your head: no constlpa.(
lptmllk. 4 pt. tab. crm, mo. ... 5.50 (on bnlous attacks, sick headache.'
, 'Ul8n'"litl,,r Ut dU"y t0co,ds. rheumatism or gassy, acid stom-
Tickets sold on and after February ncli. you must bathe on the Inside like aboy0 entuIed Court has fixed the
1st, take new rato. jyou bathb outside. This Is vastly more ll0Ur ot 10 o-ci0ck a. m. of the 3rd
Anyone wishing good milk and. important, because the skin pores do jay of February. A. D. 1919, and the
not absorb Impurities Into the blood, court room ot this Court as the placet
while Vne bowel pores do, says a well- and timo for me nearins oi me pen-
IIUI1 Ul II1C UUU1U Ul UtlDblUia Ul bllG
Notice for Hearing Petition
In the County Court ot the State Oi
Oregon, for Klamath County
In the Matter ot the Petition ot the
Board of Directors of tho Enter
prise Irrigation District, ot Klam
ath County, Oregon, praying that
all the Proceedings in Connec
tion with the Organization ot tho
District, and the Proceedings ot
the Board ot Directors and ot
Said District, Providing tor and
Authorizing tho Issue and Sale ot
Bonds ot Said District, may be
Examined, Approved and Con
firmed by the Court.
Notice Is hereby given that the
DR. a A. MASSEY
Successor to Dr. Trnax
Suit 206, I. O. O. F. Bldg
Office phone 80J
Res Phone 86M
Loomis Bldg., Klamath Falls
CITY AND COUNTY ABSTRACT
Money to loan on real estate at
8 per cent.
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician - SurJBOa
Suite 211, 1. 0. O. F. Te-pto
(over K. K. K. Store)
Phone 321 . .
(The only Osteopathic Physi
cian and Surgeon In KlaauU
WITH FINGERS! ,
CORNS LIFT OttT
Freczone Is magic! Corns and 'Cal
luses lift right off without
prompt service, cull 1CF3
Tho Price of Peace
"Uiout Scott, officer, how did theso
men come to bo bo badly bruised and
"1'lmiHo, your honor, thoy woro dis
cussing the. peace settlement." Bui
s&e fiRST National Bank
OPEN NOSTRILSI END
A COLD OR CATARRH
Haw To Get Relief When Ilead $
and Nose are Stuffed Up.
Enterprise Irrigation District ot
With nil reapoct to tho vonerablo
John llurrougliB, who Buys that tho
ilmu bus ronia for (lormiiny to re
pent openly, wo would miggest that ring and ljeullng tho swollen or In-
roiienttnu openly Is one or tno easiest
Count fifty! Your cold In head or
catarrh disappears. Your clogged
nostrils will open, tho air passages
ot your head will clear mid you can
breathe freoly. No more snuffling;
hawking, mucous discharge, dryness
or headucho; no struggling for breath
(let a small bottle of Ely's Cream
Balm from your druggist and apply
a llttlo of this fragrunt antiseptic
cream, in your nostrils. It penetrates
thru ovory passagb of tho head, south-
in it. This will cleanse, purify und
(reshon the entire alimentary traut be
fore putting more food into tho t-tom-
things u sinner dooa It Is repenting
Inwardly that cotuitH, Wo should
8eo to It that Germany repouts nil tho
way thru. Chleago Pally Nows.
flamed mucous membrnno, giving
you Instant relief, Head colds and
catarrh ytold like magic. Don't stay
stuf fed-up and miserable. Relief li
To keep these poisons and toxins Klamath County. Oregon, which petl
well flushed from the stomach liver tlon has been filed with the clerk of
kidney and bowels drink before break the Circuit Court ot the State of Ore
fnst each day a glass of hot water with eon for Klamath County, and which
la ter.spoonful of limestone phosphate Entitled "cort ,;xm.ne Into" all
the proceedings In connection with
the organization ot the Enterprise Ir
rigation District, and all tho proceed
ings providing tor and authorizing
Get a quarter pound of limestone the Issuance ot the bonds ot said dls-
phosphateVrom your pharmacist It Is Anj. person interested In the or
Inexpenslve and almost tasteless, ex- ganlzatlon of said Enterprise Irrlga
copt a sourish twinge which is not un- tlon District, or in, the proceedings
pleasant. Drink phosphated hot water for the issue or sale of said bombs
every morning to rid your system of uZZ o?SZ J&ffi SJ"
these vile poisons nnd toxins; also to or (llmvor saul petition,
prevent their formation. This notice is published pursuant
To feel like young folks fool; like to an order made by tho Honorable
you felt before your blood, nerves und V. Kuykondull. Judge of tho Clr
muscles became saturated with an ac &X?H?i&
cumulation of body poisons, begin this on ,no 9tl, (lay ot Jiu,uaryi AD, 1919,
treatment, and above all. keep It up! o. It, DELAP,
As soap and hot water act on tho skin, County Clork of Klamath County,
cleansing, sweetening and purifying, so Oregon, and Clerk of the Circuit
limestone phosphate and hot water be. Court thejjUte of Oregon, tor
fore breakfast, act on the stomach,1 Ily cllng P DeLap, Deputy Clerk,
liver and bowels. Adr. I 10-17-24-31
li... I.nt1i nt
A few cents buys a uu .,
tho magic Freezono at any drug
store. Apply a few drops of Freef
one upon a tender, aching corn or a
callus instantly that troublesome
corn or cllus stops hurting, then
shortly you lift It out. root and all.
without auy pain, soreness or irrita
tion. Those little bottles of Freewne
contain just enough to rid the feet
ot every hard corn, soft corn, corn
between the toes and the ""
bottom of feet. So easy! So simple.
Why wall? No humbugl