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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 18, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
rpi - fj lJ!t,10S0 wold ,,e disposed of In the
1 tie HVening ner&ia twenty years, the highways nmln-
.1. .M U It II A V
Published d.tlly except Sunday by
IMlbltnhtnc Corapnny of ',.
Is. nt 115 Fourth street inc"oa
talned, ond the people would have
the benefit of them and would not be
out one dollar more, nor us much as
they would be If the present condi
tion prevailed throughout that
I.ITTtiK SIOKLIGHTS ON LOCAL IIAlVr.NINOS
A.MONH THK I'KOI'l.K OF THIS CITV AND VICINITY.
COINOS AND COMINGS OF LOCAL FOLKS
I The county Is fortunate In having
Entered nt the postofllco at Klam-JJ enRineer a man wno nas item
nth Falls, Oro . for transmission thru
the mails as secoud-class matter,
onstrated that hi can do a Rrent deal
with n little money, and what he has
done In the field of Irrigation he will
do in the field of road construction
I. K Thayer Is n Klamath Falls
visitor from Algnmu today
Subscription terms by mall to any
n.l.lt-raa In flirt Hnttnil Rtntes!
One o.ir $6. 00, The Herald makes the prediction that
One month ....- SO County Knglneer Darlcy will have a
'state-wide reputation when ho fin-
nV,,;"iV",:L:,:v &r a L ...vi . job. a he w.u 0t Ret u
entitled to tho use for republication by breaking the contractor, cither, lie vl!lt, from ,er home at Algomn.
ICil Mcllroom, t cattleman Is lieu-
tor n short time from Vlstlllas, near
, , ' the Lake County Hue.
F W llaNey nnd F. J. Wlldo nro
here for n few days on business from
Angus McLeod left this morning )Unsiuulr
Jack Tellmeer 1 a city
from San Francisco today.
for u short visit to Slssous, Calif.
Mrs. J. McKay Is down for a short
of nil news dispatches credited to It
or not otherwise credited In tuis pa
per, and also local news published
All rights of republication of spe
cial dispatches herein are also re-t-crved
SATURDAY, JAXIMHV I8..10W
WHAT HAVi: YOr 1M)XK, AND
WHAT AIU2 YOl CiOINfi TO DO?
Thaw are the questions that you
must ask yourself when you consider
the future of the man who has been
to the war the soldier lad who laid
.-side his job and picked up the gun
that he might make the fight fot lib
el ly that the world called fei U
lie going to come back to idleness
nnd poverty.'wlth their twins of hun
ger nnd despair In other countries
thej are welcomed hack by the com
munities they left; they are given,
clothing and money, and feted and
dined There they get a gladsome
Welcome, but here they have come
horou unnoticed, unheralded nnd un
sunt, Hut of this they have no com
jiljilut That is not all. Mauj of
them have found their former Jobs
filled nnd none others to fill. So far
.Klamath County has been quite for
tunate in this respect, but the time Is
fast approaching when this problem
is to be a serious one, and now is the
time to prepare to meet It. We
already have, been too careless In
showing our gratitude. Don't let us
so far forget ourselves that we will
let these boys suffer the privations
that accompany unemployment.
The one big avenue for employ
ment that may be made Immediately
available is public works, .and the
greatest of these will be highway con
struction. Here may be found em
ployment for all clussiM of labor, snd
Klamath County should take prompt
action in preparing for the inaugura
tion of an extensive program of high
way Improvement, for tha double
purpose of caring for the returning
boldier boys "and giving the people of
the countytgood roads.
Frank Dudley was uiunng tho out
going passengers on the train this
morning to Weed.
I W. T. llni'rett. a well known slock-I
man from tho 'Illy district Is looking
after business interests In Klamath
; Jack Ctoddard, an employe of tho1
Weed Lumber company. Is In the city
for a short time on business for the ,
W. Hernard, O. Sutherland and company. j
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, . 1 ,4I,1 IV I ,111,1 , , (,
Patrick, are hern for u short time
from Chlco, California. They are
guests at the Hotel Halt.
To attend it couentlon called nt ,
Portland early next week by the
Presbyterian state leaders. Rev K. I' '
Lawrence of this city, left on the
train this morning, for Dorrls
has demonstrated that he has tho
right Idea for getting things done well Miss II. M. Otllns left this morning
and at a minimum cost for a short visit with friends tit Dor-
We have the desire of the people ris
1 for good roads; we can get the
! wherewith to construct them, and nil, Norton Is a guest at the White
'that Is left for us to do Is to ask for Pelican hotel today from Portland.
the power to go ahead, and It will bo N arrived la-t evening
Write to your senator nnd member
of the house of representatives, and
ask them to make a fight for an
amendment to the law so ns to per- c H McCutchan left for San
mlt us to vote bonds for our high- Francisco this morning, following a
ways. Do It now. and get your neigh- shorl business visit in Klamath
bora to do It. The Commercial Club pnu, ,
should get together and pass resolu
tions along this line, and the own-' John Hesslg, the telephone man
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ors or auiomooiies snouiu organue irom frort Kiamatn. lett tnis morn-;tlnn (g morning. Wlillo In tho
and get back of the movement. Let Ing for Los Angeles for a fortnight ' ciTy io will confer with the state
us make it a 100 per cent move to'get visit. Mr Hesslg Is going with hls'ileedd regarding tho Armenian l)rl
better roads, and let Klamath be brother Joseph, who has been til for for funds which Is to be conducted
known throughout the United States some time, and expects to spend tho oer the nation In a short time and j
as being the best on the Coast for winter there He will meet the latter of which he wilt have charge In Khun-'
highways. nt Redding. ath County
PRODUCER TO CONSUMER
QUALITY MEATS AT
A LARGE VARIETY OF FRESH FISH
ALL SMOKED MEATS AT REDUCED PRICES
Phone 83 532 Main St.
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Rl. Ml ("HON IN .MILK
ItoK'uulug February Int. liavo
run ikI II luinsihle in mnktt tho follow
ing roilm lions In our prlrot
1 tit milk per mo . .tu diis
2 nt milk per inn . 10 daH
3 it milk, per mo . " dil)H
4 1( milk. per iiio . so duys
1 pt milk per inn , an days
2 pt milk, pur mo . 30 d.ijs
'j pi lab i nil dally, no il.i.ii
1 pi tub i nil . dull). 311 d:i)M
'a pt whp crm . dally, :I0 d.i)H
ROMF. HKADQUARTRRS OF Till:
! ITALIAN ARMY, (Correspouiloiuo of
tho Associated Press) The illitrexs
TAKi: OFF YOLR COATS
Tho time Is at hand when the peo
ple of this county want to get busy
and do something about the Improve
ment of the highways of Klamath
County. The present warm wave has
shown what a deplorable condition
the loads are In, ind what a icet'y
Job It is to travel from one town to
iinnther, or from one ranch to an
other, or Into the city The people
of. Klamath County are through with
mud roads, and are asking for some
thing better; and that something bet
ter should como in tho nature of per
manent pavement pavement that
-will last and, stand up under the
heavy trafllc that is to pass over It.
What are you going to do about it?
That Is the question that meets
you when you mention good roads.
Tho people ure ready for them, they
aro demanding them, and are ready
to foot tho bill for them. It then
SHgHH""""?? i Ir.K effects of the war ond of AiintrlnM , (, nm
J,o'Cipntlon still nro evident In Ho tli m
IHiiiiiiiiiiiir iHiHH I. - KiiVliiliiiiLaAl fMtCMgaRt MKrym I
wmA Mi m fga iMmmXKmE&Mmm&wA
reconquered Italian proliuoi norili
and oast of the Plave. The oniilry
In tho Iclniiy of Oderxo. a small vll
Ikco nbout six miles from tlio lower
' I r, ii
1 1 on
1 pi whp crm . dally. .10 days 11.60
V pt whp crm . -.1111:111 ili llv lo
1 pi whp crm . Hluglo dolh f.o
'j tl. tab crm . slnglo dolh 'JO
1 pt tab crm . single dolh 10
d I lit milk, dally, mo $K 7f
Ik: "i. id tab crm. mo 0 "f,
lId milk, y (it tab crm . mo 7 fill
', pt tub crm. 10c. or per mo 3 Oil
1 pt milk, i pi tub crm, mo f .'.0
llntilos must bo put out dull to
Insure delivery of milk
Tii-keN sold on and after February
1st luKo now ruto
Anyone wishing good milk and
prompt ion Ice. call 1GF3
It Imi'I oiiuionij. niiil ii
Isn't i tu liii) mi) tiling
bill Ilio biX In ililigi.
Wo luuo gnliioil tlio inn
llilcmo of our iiiitomcis I.)
M'llllig 'ilrugo'of Hie lilulni
qiialll) in. I), You riiiiiml
Ini) nil) nttirr kind lion
iiml )iiu nro nlwnjN .ifi'
unit hiiio 1 1 nt f nothing but
tlio liot drug wilt bo miM
III tllll xtlllO,
VO hl.VtMlirAUJS 0PK.0M nl
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, coulee of the Plave, Is a sione -if in
uiiMt dosolutlon. 11 was hero Ilia'
tho Duke of Aosta's army iidv.uroil
JJj sn swiftly and deeply Into the An.
tr.tin lines as to threaten the 'nil
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J , municiiuoiis oi inu rtiiamnii )
, occupying Conegllnno, thus forcing
the Austrluns to retreat. So Intoaso
' w.u the bombardment that very llttl"
2 I I . I..?. ..h,..I(.,i. lit tin rtMlftllrV I. H
T H ,CI BlMIIUIIif. II ..- w..
around Odorzo Many of the iioni
now are merely heaiis of debris
The village of Oderin Itself was
not so seriously damaged as wore,
ttir outlying hoiiHcs ns the Itnllnu ;ir-
tlllerymen tried to spare It. but It1
hours unmUtnkable signs of Austrian)
occupation (The villagers declare
tl:nt tho Austrluns iook away inn i i y
their church hells but their rlotlioi
nnd even the panes or glass riom inni
'windows, the doorB, kitchen utenills, You are lo bo pilled bill rummn
and In fnrt literally everything mat bor Hint nmtrnlgln mrtitru nnd puin
X could be removed. I H the oiihIi-si thing in tho world to
Vi Owing to the fact that tho popula- stop. Please don't continue tu suf-
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, lion aw greauy weaKeneu y i.i i ror, lis o noeilloss. Cot from )our
FRANK T. GUNTIIER
I'lno Watt li Itopiilrlug n
(I'JI Miilu Street
Itl'lt NI.RX C 'IORTI Iti:, PAIN- AND
ALL MISCRY ItK.IIT OCT WITH
"ST. JACOIIS LINI.MH.NT
" i i i
it i:ck Mttt ri:nt hlryici:
Mgtit l'liouc am
That Promised Piano
Your family is longing for that promised piano, your home has a crying
need for it, your long winter nights would be shortened, and your "reor
ganization" price at our sale now enables you to materialize that promise.
With the new U. S. revenue bill coming into effect February 1st, it is
not advisable for us to advertise prices, but we ask you to see us imme
diately, and let these values speak for themselves.
Cash and Liberty Bonds talk with us.
I of food.aho Influenrn claimed!! algh . druggist tlio small trial bottle of St
'porcentge of victims In Oderxo, j Jacob? Liniment," pour a little In
& 200 small children were burled In )oiir hand mid gently nth lliu "lend
t 'one year of Austrian occupation out or none" or sore spot, and Instantly
j or u population of 2,400. Tho nmill-j yes, immediately--all .jmln, ache
lion of tho people still Is desporato nnd Riiri'iiess In gniio
lni about half of them are ill with In-J "St. Jarobs Liniment" ronquuiM
ifluenza whllo clothing nnd food nro pain it H perfectly harmless nnd
I almost unobtainable. Idoivm't burn or discolor tho skin
1 ! When the Associated Press coito-j- NnthliiK else gives iclluf so quickly
t pondent visited Odorzo recently thorp1 '
were fifty patients In the civil lin.ipl.
! lal lying on strnw on the floor, with-'
'ont blankets whllo the building luul
neither windows nor doors, Tho hln
t'K'e physician who, with tho nld of 'ii
t few nuns wnH attending them bad tin
. drugs and 'his only surgical liut-u-.
y mciit was his pocket knlfo,
Roofing of All Kinds
W. D. MILLER
11 uicr falls to stop liciurnlgla ptiln
Instantly, whether In the fiico, head
or tiny part of the body Don't suffer'
puts Is up to tho point where some
Hort of u program must be mapped
out that will give to the people what
1 they want In tho 'quickest time, and
xit tho least cost to the taxpayers.
Tho Herald has been carrying on
u quiet investigation about this ques
tion for some time, and it llnds that
the people from all bettions of the
county ure in favor of a bond issue
of sufficient size to give the entire
county u complete system of paved
trunk highways. This can bo done
nndor ii bonding scheme without
costing tho taxpayers of the county
hut littlo more than they have to pay
for load tuxes this year. The general
outline of tho plan was to ask the
loglslnturo to amend tho 1913 law so
us to permit tho county to ibsue $2,
000.000. To this amount would ho
ncHled $2,000,000 from the stute, and
approximately $1,000,000 from the
United States government. With this
3C, 000,000 it would bo posslblo to
jwvo the main lines of trnvel In the
comity from border to border. The
lioiuls that would ho Issued would
bo for u period' of twenty years, and
would ho retired beginning Ave years
after tho first iasuo. With a tax levy
f tho Biimo slzo u that made this
year, nnd which will become leaa
viich year as the values Increase,
Smt I)or tu Pontofflce.
KLAMATH FALLS, ORKOO.V
Earl Shepherd Co.
tu Fostofflce. KLAMATH FAL
This situation is sulci to prevail in
nearly nil tho reconquered ItnllM
districts. The people. It Is declined,
htvo lrtually nothing nnd need
Tho Kaiser with his r.DO odd mil
forms seems to be nil drest up with
no place to go New York Tologiupli
The Latest in Men's Togs
Will be seen at Drew & Merrill, of the D. & M.
Cleaning Company, at our new location, Sixth and
Main. We have bought the latest styles in every
thing, and a special line of American and Imported
Italian made and hand-made Hats.
Watch for Our Opening Next Week
DREW & MERRILL
Do not fail to patronize our Cleaning Department, ,
which will be continued in connection with our new .
store. You know we guarantee absolute satisfaction.
D. & M. Cleaning Co.
Sixth and Main Sts.
At the Theaters
Within a period of a hundred dti.n.
the Allied armies, thru the master
ful strategy of Ocnoral I'oon, olour
od tho Huns out of 8,000 sqili.ic iiiIIch
or French and Delgian teiiltory, cap .
tuied upwards of 300,000 pilsonurH
nnd probably f,000 field and other
guns, u nd compelled tho German gov-'
ernment to beg for an armistice. 4
The tremeudouH military efforts
lending up to this crisis In the nf
faliH or Uermany uie gruidilcally
shown In "Under Four Flags," the
now U, 8. official war plctuie, Is
Hiied by tho Division of Films of tho'
Committee on Public Information,
which will bn shown ut the Btni'
Thcatio on Monday. ,
Pure Cider at tho West Knd (Irn
eery. 1 G-tf
Is the Time
II Fewer people would be daily strug
gling for a mere existence if they had
acted upon their first decision to save.
V The size of the firot deposit is not of
great importance. The big thing io to
start not tomorrow or the next day,
You are cordially invited to open an
A liolshovlst Is ii
only the ruction In
man who .sees
Get a dtandnrd policy
Chllcolo & Hinltli iigcncy.
First State &
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON