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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 25, 1919)
NATMinAV, JANirAnv sm, m
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
UNIQUE MAIL ROUTE j
ON LOWER KLAMATH
KUKKKA, Cnllf., Jan. 25. Ono of
Ihn most unlquo mall routes In tha
world hns Just been established nlonK
the course of the Klnmnth River be
tween Orleans nnd Orlck. Over o
road barely bettor than the old In
dian trails which still exist In that
section of the country n caterpillar
trartor Is convoying mall and parcoi
pest on rcfiular schedule. Durin tno Associated Tress)
tho winter months the rond dcflc
AS TO PROPER
FATE FOR Bill
awhile .with tho furtive suspicion of
the rustic tonnnlr the townsman,
talk drifted back to Its former chan
nel Hohcntollvrn. ''What do peo
ple hereabouts think of him" the
i correspondent asked.
! "Think of hiia: He should be clap.
I ped In Jail and hnnKcd." rapped out
I a sharp faced innn fiercely. "That's
I what 1 think of him."
. "Nay, neighbor," expostulated a
fat complacent man who looked like
u prosperous cattle dealer oozlni;
(Correspondence of Wtu war profits, "he don't desene
Opinion as all that, suiely."
in trhnf .hr..ri h. ,inMo -itii wiiiinm "What?" ejaculated the first man.
the most powerful automobiles nnd ohcnioHern formcrlv German Km- "A feller who had millions of poo-
Is all but Impassable for horse dran , much iMM ,n lloi.'ple klllcdN.n them battles."
stnpcs. Tho tractor has oiercomu all jMd wm ,n he cremc 80Ulh enst I "What I say Is" broke In the cat-
obstacles em corner of the province of Utrecht. I "o"13"- "-' lways gave thanks to
" where Is situated the castle of Amer-jlllc Almighty. He always praised
J. V. McTlmmonds, .who is nona ongen. Hohentollern's temporary) Gol- Yo" cnn !,eo ll ,n tho l,!Pls-
other than our own "Jim", Is to be abode. Here the rural population Antl that'8 a "l am proper thing to
seen with William Farnum in tho contentedly lives under the rule of , ll- There are many worse than he,
Riders of the Purple Sage," shown tho gentry who have owned the lond an'I ll wasn't his fault alono that all
around for generations. An opportu- '"' Veame ore kuiou. w nut no
nlty to observe the division of sentl- -vo" sa-v landlord?"
nicnt was afforded the Associated "A-v". hnt " l) 'rue." said the
Press correspondent when he sought landlord diplomatically "He had his
lodgings for the night In a small I faults. I daresay, llut I do say 'tis
village hotel. Seated about the of- sad come-down for a gentleman In
flee wore half a dorcn villagers. ' " position!" And he shook his gray
I After the stranger had been eyed
at the Liberty Theatre Sunday and
Monday afternoon nnd evening. He
was n famous rider and bucaioo of
this section for many years. He was
tho roper In the Salisbury pictures
taken all over Oregon. He will be
seen nt his best In the "Riders of the
Purple Sage." 25-5t.
JANUARY, 26, 1919
SPECIAL DINNER, 75c
Celery en Branch. San Juan Ripe Olives
Chicken a la Relna
Baked Halibut Jardtnere
Chicken Frlccasee with Garden Peas
Veal Tongue, Hollandaise Sauce
Pork Cutlets, Country Gravay
Young Chicken, Oyster Dressing
' Prime Rout of Beef, au Jus
Leg of Pork, Apple Sauce
Scalloped Potatoes, Spring Beans
, '" DESERT
v Hot Mince Pie Apple Pie Tillamook Cheese
Apple Turnovers, Klamath Wine Sauce
BOBBIE WARD Prop. 427 Main Street
"Pshaw-:" said the sharp-faced
man. You bet ho lacks for nothing
He lives on the fat o' the land. He
gets all he wants and more. Curnnt
bread ho gets every day and Jam and
tea. Folks like that never lack for
The village carpenter thus addres
sed cast a dlsapproting look over the
assembly, "I don't hold with royalty
and such," he growled slowly thru
his teeth, which gripped his pipe like
a vise. "There's old Paul Kruger 1
never could abide him. when he
AMERICANS IN !
DA FIND !
HOMES IN CARS!
A dispatch from Washington. 1) V
WITH TUK AMKRK'AN KOUCKS
ON THK VOLOGDA RAILWAY,, via gives tho description of a nuw Amor
London Correspondence Associated lean combat plane which Is said to
Press) When operating through have developed n speed of 115 miles
this thinly populated forest and tun- an hour with n heavy load
, , .. .. . i ii. ' Major General Win L Koiily au
dm region along tho railway leading . , . .,
nounced olllclally that tho now inu
from Archangel to Vologda, tho Am-' Wm hm, boeu ,,crfocll,,, nnvton.
erlcan troops lighting the bolshcvlkl Ohio, nnd had already had sowni!
in the North Russian front are living tests demonstrating its uunlltles an
when free from trench nnd block-! military machine Tho bulletin
house duty. In liny Russian freight""'1 ,hl ,ho mnc,,,,," fl,8W " ml
carrying four guns and a full mill
cnrs tnry load, unit that it established n
In this they are Imltutlng tho Rus- ,ocor,i climbing 25,000 feel ll It
slim soldiers, who, since the revolu- called the Loenlng plane
Hon. have commandeered freight "This monoplane Is American do-,
. alt-n utwl Amnrlrnll hull! " Nltvs the
cars wherever they round them, and "" , i
bulletin, "and lis ronsiriicuon em-,
remodeled them for dwellings.
When the box cars are fitted up ,
with sioves, thoy aro known as "top-
bodies several new
Ideas In uuro
They aro not particularly."10 ,)u Hnl 4. which Is a bomb-
ana reconnoissanco inm-mm-. u
warm In rero weather, hut n welcome or
change from tho cold trenches In the
The forests here am dotted with
smnll block houses, built almost on
weighs only 2.400 pounds loaded for
tho air. which Is practically tho
weight of a single sealer scout ll Ik
driven by an eight c Under. 300
the model of tho block-houso forts h "wnr Hlspano-SuUa motor
ana tne wnoie power piuiu is wnu
of construction and may he easily
moved from tho body of the plane.
The arrangement of thu seats Is such
that tho pilot has 50 per cent more
vision than In any other machine
of the old American wars with the
Indians, but have the added advant
age of being fairly shrapnel proof.
The fighting down along the rail-
came to Utrecht I was worklnir at , wa' llno from th" norlh Ua bccn-
... . . .. . . . . !lnr II hiM-lnnlnc lust Auirust. a
ine noici wnere lie was smying Ann - -- - -- -; - - ,ho ..... ,. ...m..!.,,,. f.iul for
combination of modern wurio.ro. wim "" " "
trenches and modern arms, und of 4 hours flighty j
'bush fighting, wherein surprise at
tacks in the weeds figured proml- KUnmtlt IrfMlgc .o . t. .. m.
nently. special Communication Moiuluv
IN THE DARK
Are you in the dark about a piano? If ?o, investigate
at once our piano sale, either the new pianos that are
priced so low, or several used ones, which we offer
Don't procrastinate do it now!
EARL SHEPHERD CO..
.Now l)Mir In I'oMofflrr,
twice every dny he had hot pudding'
Now I call that sinful; it's scanda
lous. It oughtn't be allowed "
HOLLAND UMIAHMKfr liKCAl'SK
night, Januury 27th ,at
KX.K.AISKRS TRKASCRKRS.ITOO LATE TO CLASSIFY Work-in the E. A. degree -ll order
j . vvvw.. of the W. M. O. C. Appli'gitte, Sec-
-: HVAXTEI) Plain sewlnc Mrs Nellie retary JC-21
Wall. 226 Mortimer st.. N. Mich-
AMSTERDAM. Jan 25 Hjlland
wa-i not Invaded like Belgium, bo-
Lrause it bad been made a depoaitary
for private funds of both the kalhtr
and the Austrian emperor, the Hang,
isphc Post revelled today.
Tho newspaper said that $3,000,
000 of Wllhelm's and J25.000.000
of Franz Joseph's funds were trars
ferrcd from London to Dutch banks J
In July. 1914 at the request of the'
ka!r-fr. The transfer was made by!
Fiinct Adolf of Schaumburg-LIppf,
I the kaUer's late brother-in-law, who
rr turned from London on July 17,
191 -J. Ir time for the kaiser to nre
pare to attack France and Belgium.
FA-OS CASUALTY LIST TODAY.
OR SALE Stock cattle; 80 head. .,...,,..
Durham cows, yearling steers. . O. - " B- I'letrok. of Slayton. ()r
W King. Montague. Calif. 25-tf gon la lilted as died of wounds.
After "freedom of the seas" Is de
fined, we may discover that we have
had It. New York evening Sun
The great problem just now seems
to be how to make Germany safe for
the Germans. Minneapolis Tribune
re You Aware That
i Klamath Falls
Now stands in ninth place in the state in total of bank
deposits, having left our neighbor city, Medford, in the
rear? Albany and The Dalles lead us by an eyelash.
Why not open an account with us, pay your bills by check,
or place your savings where they will draw interest. Help
swell the bank deposits of your city, and enable us to pass
Albany and The Dalles in the class where they belong.
KLAMATH STATE BANK
"SOLID AS A ROCK"
The New Bank. Located corner 6th and Main
Are Your Liberty
COUPON BEARER BONDS
Cannot be replaced when lost or stolen unless
the original bond is found.
For the convenience of our customers and new
depositors, until further notice, we will keep
Liberty Bonds in the burglar and fire-proof
vaults of this bank without charge, issuing a
iafe-keeping receipt to the owner.
If you have an account or contemplate open
ing one, we will be pleased tonave you take ad
vantage of this service.
First State & Savings Bank
KLAMATH FALLS, ORE.
When You Eat at the
You know you will e;et
your money's worth
The Best of Everything at
the right price
610 Main Klamath Falls
Open for Business
At Drew & Merrill's New Store, corner Sixth
and Main streets, with a full line of Men's Fur
nishings and Tailored Suits of the hour, at less
A special line of American, Imported and
Your inspection invited.
DREW & MERRILL
D. & M. CLEANING CO.
Our Cleaning Department is up-to-the-minute.
fS I) raj Saw is mi.k- Jt&h-tit!. M
M liij money for liun- 5ir'l'2irV----'
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I EiCasollneWood Saw ?W
H 1013 Modcl-4 H. p. Knlnc "CaS
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Men in the Wooes
i LTe WAf,B ' """'? of Ihc 'test mid Halt thtr 'hon( en I
Hie hoc machine ii cmnfrutUi! lor linr.l worl In I'm'wiin.li
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Onr innn cnn move the WADE nlniiJ l),e loft while two
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plrlr, I he WADIi Ii fipcrlny low In upkeep co.t ,id (.ollr.e
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It i. the cheapen, rd.lt n, lUte.l wy for you lo mw your lo..
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"HOW OAN KOSS SA.WS W COKDS A DAY"
Sixth and Main.
Baldwin Hardware Co.
"The Home of Quality"
Klamath Falls, Oregon.