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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 1, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
e. j. muiuiay
Published dally except Sunday by
Tho Herald Publishing Company of
Klamath Palli, at 115 Fourth street
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ath Falls, Ore, tor transmission thru
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SATURDAY, FK11RUARY I, 1010
A ROOD SUfiOKSTION
We nre today printing n letter
from R-. K. Rradbury that should
command the close attention of ev
ery water user and business man In
this county. It offers a solution of
n problem that has been one of the
most vexatious of those confronting
the men of this county who have"
.sought to maintain an organization to
look after the commercial interests
of Klamath. That is the question of
meeting the expense of a competent
(secretary. Heretofore the Chamber
of Commerce or the Commercial Club,
or whatever name the organization
may have borne, would be organized
and launched with great eclat. It
flourished for a few months , and
then the secretary would be reduced
to tho humiliating experience of go
ing from door to door with his hut
in hand to collect his salary. As a
result, tho effectiveness of the organ
Iztaion suffered, both in the opinion
of -the community and the secretary,
whose self-respect finally forces him
to step down and out and let the or
ganization go to pieces.
Mr. Bradbury comes forward with
a constructive suggestion that must,
because of Its great merit, command
the attention of the interests of the
county. He shows his keen grasp on
the possibilities of a co-operative
movement on the part of both'organ
lzatlons, as well as extending it fur
ther to Include the Good Roads Asso
ciation, the various irrigation dis
tricts, the lumbering Interests, and
everything that has a bearing on the
development of Klamath County. His
idea is to gather all these into one
great federated association, where
one will help the other by a union
of forces that will enable them to
brluK every possible pressure where
such will do the greatest good. The
first move In this direction will be
the union of the Commercial Club
and the Water Users Association
through the Joint secretaryship. Then
will follow, as a natural sequence, the
gathering In, through a union direct
orate, or some such plan of represen
tatives of the other organizations of
the county. Let the re-organizers of
the Commercial Club take up this
splendid suggestion and aid In bring
ing It to a successful development.
I.ITTl.K RirtKl.milTS ON LOCAL HAM'KMXCl
AMONG THE PEOPLE OK THIS C1TV AND VICINITY.
GOINGS AND COMINGS OK LOCXli FOLKS
STRUIJLK, SOULE AND THE
This city bus had a sample of what
common sense and consistent effort
will do in tho solving of a problem
that for a while threatened to bring
upon the city very serious damage.
During the first epidemic of influen
za, which was handled in a splendid
manner, considering all of the cir
cumstances connected with it, there
nroso a great deal of friction that
finally developed Into several fac
tions, each trying to enforce its au
thority and to claim all credit for
the good and shirk all the blame, for
the bad. When Mayor Struble as
sumed his ofllco he was Confronted
with a most chaotic condition of af
fairs .and finally settled the whole
ouestlon by cleaning the slate and
wiping out all existing agencies for,1
' the handling of the disease. Immedi
ately there arose a cry from those
who were hurt most, that the city
was filled with Influenza, and this
campaign was quite Industriously
' followed, resulting in the circulation
of the most wlerd tales imaginable.
The Herald was better acquainted
with the real facts than many of
those who wero accusing it of silence
were aware. It know that Mayor
Struble was busily engaged in map
ping out a plan that would take care
of the situation, and that Dr, t8oulo
had his plansjor meeting the emer
gency all urronged. When every
thing was in reudlness the program
was put through, whon, presto! the
cabal, ceased, und it was learned that
Instead of 500 cases of influenza there
was less than seventy, and really less
tfean hK that number, Most of
George Anderson left today for
Rray for a short visit.
F C. Klatzuba Is a county seat vl
sltor from tho Merrill district. !
Louis K. Fisher Is a county seat
visitor from Modoc Point today.
L. M. Welsonbcrger is a Klamath
Falls business visitor from Ashland.
R. Rlard is down on matters of
business from the Klamath Agency.
Merrill Uutterfleld "as among the
train arrivals last night from Ash
land. Phillip Peters was a passenger this
morning on the train" for Weed, Cali
W. H. Chrlstman is In the County j
seat on matters of business today
from Algoma. j
T. II Kenton loft for Poitlnnd this
morning utter n short business visit
In Klamath Falls. j
S M. Calkins left this morning for .
Portland following n short business
visit In Portland.
these were convalescents. Tho quar-,
antlne was inaugurated, and instant-,
ly the number of new cases fell to1
two or three a day. '
The cry arose that moving picture'
shows and dances should bo closed.'
or we would hava. another outbreak..
The foolishness of this is, now proven.)
For the past two days there has not!
been a single case reported from thtsj
city. notwithstanding -the fact that
the moving picture shows were pack
ed, several days during the past two.
weeks and dances have been held '
during that period.
In the meantime Mayor Struble
and Dr. Soule have carried to a con
clusion what they started out to do.
They have Just exercised a little com-'
mon sense and good Judgment, and,
they are to be commended on the
masterly manner In which they have;
done their work. '
The quarantine and other prevent
ive measures will be continued justj
as rigorously until all traces of the
disease have disappeared, and If the,
public continues to give the same as-1
slstance it has. there will be no fur
ther danger of the disease gaining
With this issue The Herald will J
discontinue that which the work of
these two men ha3 made unnecessary
publication of the bulletin: "The,
Influenza Situation." i
Mr and Mrs. O. F. Parker are hern
from Eugene. They are stopping at
the White Pelican Hotel.
James Henley paid the County seat
a business -visit yesterday from his
ranch In the Henley district.
R. G. Clarke was among the train
at rivals las evening, lie is a guest
nt the White Pelican Hotel.
Dewey Osborn lelt this morning on
the train for Missouri, where he ex
pects to remain In the future,
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Dalton were
Klamath Falls visitors esterday from
tho Tulo Lake section whore Mr.
Dalton operates an extensive cattle,
Every automobile owner should see
the Mohawk Film Tire at tho Liberty
theater Saturday night. It will open
your eyes on the question of tires. 2t
Clayton Kirk, a well known Indian
from tho Klatmtth Reservation Is In i
town for a short business visit i
John Lennox U anions the city
visitors from the Reservation today
He Is registered at the Hotel Hall
Junies Kern of the Kent llrothers'
Power Company at Keno was look '
lug after business Intel esls hero os j
F. 1). Ilaeon and I). M. Merrill ar i
rived hist evening from Han Francis I
co. They aio guests at the White
.Mr. and Mrs. Claudo Houghton
rame In lust evening on the train
from Portland. They are registered
at the Hall.
Corporal George F, Rouss, n soh-ln-
, law of (ins Elttretm, who has been
1 here on n furlough left this morning
for the Presidio.
Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Anderson left
this morning for Sacramento, where
Mrs. Anderson expects- to undergo
O F. Copeland departed tin the
train this morning for Calgary, Al-
berta Canada, where he expects to
make his future home.
Miss Lorlndu M. Suuber came In
yesterday afternoon from the Klam
ath Agency where she l.s employed
In the government office.
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llilemv of our I'llstniiii-i's ,y
selling drugs of the hlghf-il
quality only. You rnniiot
buy liny other Mini here,
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mill sure that nothing but
the best drugs will hi- sold
In this nture.
V' hlVMAIIHAUS OPlf.ON wl
Carload of Fordson Tractors Just
30-3t IIIKHX GARAGE
Sec rtillrote Smith for lire, life, '
accident nut! health Insurance. U&!
Main street. 24 '
I DANCING SATl'RDAY KYENING I
REV. ('. K. TKIMIILE, I'lSTOR t llltlTI W III HCH
We take great pleasure In Introducing to the ctUens of Klnmnth Fult.s
our newly elected pastor Rev C F Trimble Hrother Trimble rumes to
us highly recommended as pastor public speaker ami preacher All who
have heard him in Klaniiitli Falls are liignlv pleiioid ivith mitihoiij and
manner in the pulpit
We Invite our friends to attend the sondes next Sunilnv and help us
welcome Hrother Trimble to our town --J. T Mrt'oUiini, Chairman of
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THAT FLU STUFF
SUNDAY & MONDAY
"THE FROZEN WARNING"
(Canton (Ohio) News)
If you have a tummy-ache,
'Itjs the Flu!
If you're weary when you wake.
It's the Flu!
Is your memory off the track?
Is your liver out of whack?
Are there pimples on your back?
It's the Flu!
Are there spots before your eyes?
It's the Flu!
Are vou fatter than some guys?
It's the Flu!
Do your teeth hurt when you bite?
Did you ever have a frigtb?
Do you want to sleep at night?
It's the Flu!
Are you thirsty when you eat?
It's the Flu!
Are you shaky on your feet?
It's the Flu!
If you feel a little 111
Send right off for Dr. Pill,
He will say, despite his skill:
"It's the Flus!"
He won't stop to diagnose,
It's the Flu!
Husn't time to change his clothes.
It's the Flu!
For two weeks he's had no rest,
Has no time to make a test,
So he'll class you with the rest
It's the Flu!
SPECIAL CHAPLIN MATINEE
Admission 10 & 25 cents.
Sho Starts 7:30 and O: Iff.
i PAULINE FREDERICK
! Gaumont Current Events
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
A CLASS A TRIANGLE COMEDY
Hearst I'nthc Nevis.
Admission 10 & 1.1 eei.ts Mnllnre
tf..'Ml. i: veilings 7:. 'to & u.
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TUESDAYS AND SATURDAYS
Are joii going to INSTALL
a MOTOR or PUMP this ear?
If so, see us at once, it)- ship
ping a rnrloail of MOTORS from
the factory we ran save one-half
the freight. This saving will be
vours. We Imve more than half
a car ordered now. Art today,
mil nave money. If jou wait
to buy jour MOTOR and PUMP
when jou need It, you will get
It in time to use In 1 1121 1.
I.et us design anil Install
jour PUMPING PI.A.NT on a
cost plus flxnl sum basis. We
can save jou money.
Engineering and Construction
Ortlre In K. I). Hulldiiig.
AT THE CHURCHES
NOTICE- In order to Insure pub
lication, ropy for church auiioinice
ments must be at The Herald olllee
not later than Frldti) evening.
First Ilaptlst Church, comer Wash
ington and Eighth. J II (irllllth,
Sunday school at lu a. m., (' It.
Preaching at 1 1 'a. m.
All are cordially Invited to worship
Emanuel Ilaptlst Church. Kleventh
and High streets.
The regular Sunday school service
will bo held at It) a. m..
Sacred Heart Church, comer Sth
and High streets. Hoy. Hugh J. .Mar
First Mass at S a. in.
Parish Mass at 10: 3d a. in.
Benediction. 1 p. nt.
Third Sunday, Maas.nt 8 a m. only.
Third Sunday at Merrill, It a. m.
Confessions before services, llr.s
Friday at 8 a m und 7 3il p in
The Christian Science Society of
Klamath Falls hold services at li:i
Fouith street every .Sunday morning
at 1 1 o'clock and every Wednesday
evening at 7 311 All are welcome
Tho subject of lesson for Sunday,
February 2, "Is "Love "
i Tho Sunday school session is from
H. W. POOLE, Owner
"A ROMANCE OF THE UNDERWORLD"
Hearst News Right off th ePress
MUTT AND JEFF
"FARO NELL LOOKOUT"
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
"LEST WE FORGET"
Featuring Rita Jolivet, a survivor of the Lusitania
Admission 10c and 20c
A child accompunled by par
ent admitted free with a 20c
This Theater now properly
Heated and Ventilated.
Fumigated every night
.Special Chaplin Matinee
I -,-JilBBBk ;. tJrjg
WITH CHANGE OF PROGRAM
"The frozen Warning"
Featuring "CHARLOTTE," The World's Woman
Champion Ice Skater
!) I." to 10: Ifi every Sunday tunrnliiK'
Tho free rending room and fre
tending library Is open fioiii 'i 'ID to
I :n on Tuesdays. Tliursila)s and
l.iitbenul services at the llapllHt
chUrcli, corner eighth and Washing
ton. at 7 '.In p III Rev M Uohsiiiiiii
pastor, residence 137 First street
Sermon subject. "The KtoruiH of
All Lutherans are most urgently In
vlted. All others welcome.
Presbyterian Church, Pine street,
near Second. Rev R. P Lawrence
.Morning service, subject SNm-ird-shlp."
the llrst In a series on " .Money,
the Acid Test."
Kvuulng theme will ee "The Coir
Ing Communlt) I'bureli .-ml Mi tius-
.Methodist Kplsc-oiml t'liiirch. Tenth
and High. Rev. Simpson llamrlck,
liastor, til" Cast street Phono i"i7V.
Sunday school at In a m Vrr
Itoy King. Hiip'Tlntenileiit.
.Morning services nt 1 1 a m Ser
mon subject. "Couimiiiilon - For Me"
Kpwotth I.i ague at fi 30 p. m
Subject. '-The Voungest Democnii'k,
China." Roy King, leader
Rvenlng service at 7 U0 p m Sub
ject. TliifDIMIeulty of lining Lost"
First Christian church, corner
Pine ami Ninth streets.
Illldo school at 10 a. in.
Preaching service ul 1 1 a. in. and
7 .10 p. in., Rev. Trimble of Portland
olllclntlug at both services.
RCt'KARI) HK.NT HRRVICK
Mglit Phono nin
FRANK T. GUNTHER
Fine Watch Reuilrlng n
111! I Main Street
17 and Baggage
AWWIIKRI-: IX TIIK CITY
Royal Tallonil to jour mea-lire
I'lotlies nt 'K. Iv, Iv. Stole. Silt the
Spring line. ' "Jl t
Time Corisilenie AYoikrd
"It mo here that a .Missouri mun
bonsts that be hits an umbrella tlut
has been In hU ikisuushIoii for twcidj
w-nrx," said Smith.
"Woll", roplled Jones, "that's lone
enough. He ought to return It " -
I liii'lnmitl ICmiiilicr
Is the Time
1j Fewer people would be daily strug
gling for a mere existence if they had
acted upon their first decision to save.
The size of the first deposit is not of
great importance. The big thing is to
start not tomorrow or the next day,
If You are cordially invited to open an
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KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON