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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 1, 1919)
HWI'IIIMY. I'KIIIMMIIV I, IIMI)
THE EVENING HERALD,
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
ERSM-ir.fWjr-ji' LEm Ifi
VUUJ. flMaBEI H w p t" f 1j2ti mX 7Tr
! ''w " ' ' - -n-1-.i-irii-inri.i.iin.ri. .
Kin ilcHlriictlon of niiiKiilflfcnt cnthc-
IdmlH iiml tho Inhuman treatment of
liitimeiit women find rlilldri'ti shown
i both on land, mid In tliu sluicing ol
tlio iiiiiiiiniotli slilp, (lie Lunltnnlu,
iiiii- till to In- n-ori In "Lest We For-
i 'I lin Hliir of "Lent Wo Forget,"
i liclllltlflll Itltu JoIIet, wan hrrsulf a ;
lifittKiiti ti' fin lint I .llulln lit t. in ltd III1
.. .. I ... -.. . .1 11. . I " '" ' " ". ..,..(. .... .... ...
iiiii uiihiiiiiiui iiiik KIN WHO. urou -. II I I ,,.,.
At the Theaters
'A Itoiiiiinco of Hip Pniloruotld.
wlildi In to nppein nt tlio l.lbeiiy- ((
night with (.ntlicrliui Culwrl, .-is
Mini, tells a thillllng iiml tiiulli story
Tim pi lin Ipul chuitit-tt-r In ii uiiiHtimi-
up In llii' Hilntly mid Hc lulled iiIiiioh-
I here of a ioiiciit, In midiloiily mum
trip, n;id beard those lininortnl
word of ln'i fellow-passenger, Chan
York's gtent liiideivuild Otm .Vllce1
C'l tiriiy, ii liriidil mid iidhi rupl'iun j
IioIiikiiI lio'iii, nttitiiitH to k t lii'i !
Into IiIh power umi in lemilt u rli-n
ami 1.111ml by her biothei Tin. girl,
Dolls Klllott, Is nrii-Htod foi Hi mur
der mid tihcuil on trliil for her life
WILL NOT CRACK. RUST OR CRYSTALLIZE
In Constructing THE GREAT MAJESTIC RANGE
Tim manufacturers now mt CHARCOAL IRON In place of steel. This
new feature alone iiiltla 3fX)'l to the life ol the rani.c, as it reslfi nut
end eryitallljatlun Is nay climate, a Icituro nut possessed In steel,
All brcaknblo parts me mndc of Mullc.iljle Iron material that cannot
irr.ck or break
Uy uilug Malleable Iron In contiruloti with Charcoal Iron it enatites
tlio manufacturers to cold rlet nil parts McUier nir-tlght, a' .ek no
Ual to escape thus brating the ucn and holdm,; t'ic heat ..'. a sina. 1
amount ol luel.
All econumlcul housewives own a Maie th
NOT C ML' A WIST, UUT LUAST UXI'msstV'! INTI'2 lo.no run
Baldwin Hardware Co.
"i hi: nersi: 01 t.-i n.m"
Klamath Falls, Oregon.
I'rohiiiiin, "Why fi'iir deutli? Death
In tin most beautiful adventure of J
Lift " Hit life uiiB Himri'd to he n
llvliii: wltnosi to thu brutality of the
I 'I'll In great elght-un production
I lirovldi's ii mighty pitnormna of l
I'M'lltH now lll.HtOllCIll, (OlltleCU'lI with.
flu. niiriilni itma rif (tut urir. fiiul fnl-
Tho Hlal nmm hi mm of th- in-..l )tt . . iroBrpM lhrll lll0 ntur ttirlll-
ni'iiniiuiuiii our inmeu on uio w n-on
It Ih worked out to ii Mlnrtll.'ii; mid
uimxnrti-i illunix, In which tin- timid
of JtiKilc tuurit uttiiy tho oll of un
ntfiy which Imt Hhroudud tin; ronl
inuiita of thu triiHury.
(.Ml 'i) I'oriint," Is tin- riMt
hi ri'iin driunii for which thu world htm
lipt'll wultliiK JtH hlxtorlcal Hlmilfl
uiii'f will inula' It of ului' mi lone
mm the world Htmidi. For It hIkm'.h In
Xlrllllltl form till) Klt'Nl CIIIIBL'H lj.lt k Of nl)(.(J11
AiiKjricii'H iMitrnnio Into tho war Tin
loliitlon of IIoIkIuiii mid the ti'idliiK
Ol ItH CltlZI'IIH Into nipthltj, tilt wnn
WASHINOTON. Feb 1 -Marrlngo
hy mall for noldlorH overseaH and
thedr Hwrithonrts In thU country In
now piiimlmilbli- under a war depart
The only limitation Ih that the
proxy wcddlngn shnll not bo counte
nanced whero state laws make the
Commanding officers, suggests the
decision, can aid In case the soldiers
are anxious to wed before their return
The proxy wedding of Wales
Thanes. Cambridge, .Mass, soldier
rerscas, to Miss Annie Hlscock of
oxbury, Mass, led to tho ruling.
At Hr.it the office of Acting Judge
Achocnto General S. K. Ansell curtly
dismissed the proposition that such
marriages could be contracted, but
later reversed Its decision.
LUMBER ORADER. shipping clerk,
. t, A T ' v" lor JD Ad-
u ' iz-i Klamath Falls.
WANTED To care for children part
,a1fte,noon or TC"lngs Inquire
Herald office 30-Ct
1 FOR SALE "
PHONE PEYTON for
Wood 11 2R
(let a slumlord pollr)
Chili pto & Hinlth ufa-my.
Swiss Topgenborg rallk
Walnut Ave 31-6t
New City Laundry
We Guarantee Our Work.
GhlrU and Collar Laundered
We alto wash silk, wool, and col
ored godi very carefully. Try ui 4
once and be convinced. Our prices
art rlQht. Phone 154.
127 Fourth Street
back of Flrat National Dank
A laiRf niiinhiT of frlolids nnsum
bird at the ittipot IhU lliorulllK when
the ri'iiiiilnt of the Into llmuld (i
l.liiriiln were Murtnl for Rtchiiinnd
fi'iiter, Wlsioimlu for hurliil Thu
mother iiml brother of the deremied
who line been here dining hi Inxt
IIIiichh nruiliipmileil the lemnlnx A
Koodl) repieneiitmlon of the I.'IK
I I'jo w -s preient t tho depot
(Vnirnt Work of nil KliuU
Let Me Make You an
W. D. MILLER
shlne'i like n uhnr thru the darkneis
tut roar of battle roinetlmua Hccrnltig
like n mighty aciompmilinent to thu
hiimiiu drauin being played Many
Anierli :iiij iiruible to go obroad and
cngngo In acliiul fighting or works of
more huvc wished they might sea
with their o'wi o)es a part of wlut
bin been going on In Europe since
August, 1911 "Lest Wo Forget,"
shows fur miiro of actual events
lurlnr the great struggle of
decent) iigaliiHt barbarism than any
on permm, whether combatant or
non-combatant, could potislbly sep
HesldM being it great love story. It
Is u valuable chronicle of tho war
The scenes of the Losltanla are
especially thrilling The sailing, the
ast irowds of friends wishing bon
wiwikp to this passengers, "flashes
of the iirloiis activities mid amuse
ments on hoiiicl ship, uro followed by
the laumhiiiK of the deadly torpedo
fioni the Oct man stihmnrlue, the fill
ing of tbn wthi'I with water and the
panic mid excitement of the amazed
pnneengers who are shown plunging
Into the ocean some swimming to
l In' hiiiiiII bojts. others sinking to
tie iHeun't depth This wonderful
production at the Liberty Sunday and
Monday Matinee each day
SUV MILL H.VOINKHIUNO &
Ili'-luiicr- nml IiiiIIiIitn of mod
ern Saw .MIIN, Pinning MIIK Ilox
Plnnts. Complete plants contract
ill. AppraWnls anil reportM mmle.
Ihrilglng. We rontrart to build
mi) i Ins of n building nml Initnll
mm bluer) of any kind.
Drafting of mi) kind done. Dine
Ollice In K. I). lluUdlng
ls. V WfiSKW '
Ul 1MB SlLrf JMJS
T OGGING and Lumber Concerns, Con--i
tradlors, Communities and Municipalities
proposing or projecting Logging, Land Clearing, Rec
almation, Irrigation, Rmd and Highway Building
will find in chis Government Sale an unequaled oppor
tunity to procure Machinery and Equipment.
SEALED DIDS will be received on those listed materifils, until 11 A.
M. Saturday, February Ifith. and tliereal'ter opened at the Headquarters
"I' the. United States Spruce Production Corporation, Yeon Building, Port
Personal inspection of pialonals is invited to he made at Assembling
Depot, Vancouver Barracks, Vancouver, Washington, by securing Creden
tials from Sales Board nt Headquarters, Yeon Buiidinp, Portland.
For Terms, Descriptive Catalogue or Materials :.nd Placing of Bid3,
United States Spruce Production Corporation
Yeon Building, Portland, Oregon
r ij'i'ii.i '
right to accept or H
H reject all Uids. B
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Logging, Hotitwg ana Loading
Smith i: Watson,
Sizes tainting from
lU-in. x 14-in.
20-lb. Rclayer .... C4 Tons
20-lb. New 40 Tons
'5-lb. Helaycr .... 20 Tons
40-lb. Kclacr .... 147 Tons
sin-lb. New' 1727 Tons
4fi.lb. IteUor .... 490 Tons
54-lb. llelayei- .... 5C Tons
GO-lb. New 2G81 Tons
G7'i-lli. New C030 Tons
80-lb. New 2910 Tons
Geared nml Hod, 3G to 70-Ton.
Shays, New Yorks, Baldwins,
lieisleia, Climax, etc.
Connected and disconnected,
00,000 to 80,000 capacity.
Packnrds, IVi to 5-Ton
Standimls, 1W to 5-Ton
Darts, 1 '4 -Ton, Denbys, 2-Ton
Unitcds. US -Ton
Gut fouls, 3i-Ton
A. G. ELECTRIC MOTORS
440-volt, 3-phaBe; GO-cycle,
3 to 75 If: P., with or
Other Machinery and
Equipment for Sale
The Sales Hoard Reserves
All Restrictions Off
USE YOUR ELECTRIC SIGN
TO KEEP TRADE HUMMING
Darkened streets are no longer necessary no
. longer desirable. "Lightless Nights" have been
abolished by order of the United States Fuel Ad
ministration. You can light up your street and
your store front reach out for more trade win
renewed and increased prosperity for your busi
ness with an Electric Sign.
THE BRIGHTEST STORES
ARE THE BUSIEST
The lightest streets always attract the greatest
crowds. Do your share to brighten up your
street to attract people to your store.
Brighten Up For the
Boys Coming Home
See how new business makes new jobs places
ready for the boys in service when they return.
! HtreetH. u",
cote 4 Smith
' fenced ,
1 room home on Ninth
foot frontage, a real
term. Jl 500 Chll-30-tf
i- 80 acrei good land;
small building. Bi) acres
$lu per aere, termn. See
OH SAM--3C aire rellnqulsh-
inent near DorrN. Calif. 22 acrea
cultivated, good well, small houae,
,wlth camp outfit, stable; 160 acres
fenced All for $300 cash Have
larger Intereits here, and cannnt
spare time to prove up H Sylvester
Kiciimonil ave Ftlihmrind. Calif.
FOR SALU Young
fresh Inquire I.ee
'POTATOES FOR SALE- ISO sacks
white, dry-land potatoes. Enquire
of John R Hagel'teln. 29-4t
IFOR SALF; Horses, Two good farms
I one Irrigated. 1310 Mananlta St.
FOR SALE Stock cattle; 80 head,
Durham cotts, yearling steers. . O.
W. King, Montague, Calif. 25-tf
FOR SALE One bay mare 7 years
J old. weight about 1,000 pounds;
lone set work harness, one set heavy
(single harness; 5 pigs, weight about
j40 pounds each; one lumber wagon,
Ize 2 inches. Inquire Sam King,
near uneisea uimber and Box Co.
WANTED For a new enterprise in
town, a man or woman with $300
capital for legitimate, paying busi
ness; a resident of Klamath Falls
preferred. Address A. V. H., Herald
WANTED To rent two or three
room apartment or house suitable
for light housekeeping. Address box
WANTED To buy
that are weaned.
214, Klamath Falls.
WANTED Display show cases. F.
U. Patrick, at White Pelican gar
FARM FOR SALE OR RENT
on Schubert, next postoffice.
One 2-room furnished
Phone 369, call 102
Resolution to Change Street Grade
Whereas, the Common Council
deems it expedient to change the es
tablished grade on Tenth street at I
Its intersection with Pine street, I
Be It Resolved. That the grade on
Tenth street at Its Intersection with ' n
now established, to 175.0 on the
northerly side of said Intersection. ,. . , ,,,
and to 174.5 on the southerly side of, LOST AND FOUND
RENT Furnished apartment.
Corner Third and .Main 31-2t
EUREKA. Cnl. Fob 1 -That splen
did Isolation that has kopt the upper
wntois of the Klamath liver : linos t
ns unknown as tho depths of the
Amazon is to be broken, and with
Its passing the Indian with his dug
out canoo will no longer race unob- Pine street
sened by curious eyes down to long,
swirling i nplds of tho river. Hum
boldt county nns entered into a uait- 30-10t
LOST On street Saturday, black fur
' nock piece. Return to Herald of
Atce. Reward. 31-2t
State of Oregon,
County of Klamath, ss:
City of Klamath Falls.
I, A. L. Leavitt, Police Judge of SMART fox terrier pup, needs home.
Bald city, do hereby certify that the! Call 100S Main street. 1-lt
foregoing is a duly enrolled copy of
tho resolution changing grade on PROFESSIONAL CARDS
luuiu Biruei ui us iiueraecuoa wuu ,
as passed by the Com
mon Council of the City of Klamath
Falls, Oregon, on January 27, 1919.
(SEAL) A. L. LEAVITT.
Police Judge. '
uershl'i with tho Federal government '
whereby ten miles of road nro to lo XOTICK TO CREDITORS
built Into the Somes liar country In In the County Court of the State of
tho northeastom part of the county.,, .0ref.en: for. ?'aa,:h4 Co!?'t'r..
w i.i. i .,..! . r .i.i Tn..i,.. I the Matter of the Estate of Albert
With tho openly of this Highway a I E. Elder, Deceased. I
li-isbiigo win uu ittuiiuuie iiuu oism
DR. G. A. MASSEY
Successor to I)r. Trunx
Suit 200, I. O. O. V. Hldg
Olllie phone 80.1
He- Phone 8GM
gon.l vjiiiiw n. lunia,
i Administrators of the estate of Albert
The undersigned having been ap-
ou county nnd uutomobllo voyagors pointed by the County Court of the
thru the Sacramento willey wMl have State of Oregon, for Klamath Coun-
ii wondeiful tcalm fur adivnture op- V'.. a'l'l''n8tlrators1 ot tn? e8tnt8 ot
,.,i in n.... Albert E. Elder, deceased, and hav-
ineii to iiiom. Ing qualified, notice Is hereby given
An almost entiio luck of roads hast0 tho creditors of. and all persons
'. enabled tie Klniimth iher Indian to having claims against said deceased.
llo In liriinoval siiriouiidlngs until (to present them, verified as required
tho nroent day and ns a result helj' law, within six months after tho
., on. of th. most Interesting Imfe T&VJX TuX
to be found In California, 'Iho wig- tho omc0i , the star Drug store on
wain on the shoie, the papoaso on Main street, Klamath Fatls, Oregon
the shoulders of the squaw and tho A. L. WISHARD,
Irlhnl litllnla linmlpil ilnwti fnr rnn.l CARL A
.MilllMin ollll ... ,.. nt 1.1- llA
....... .. u.C ..... ...s .... , E,deri Decen8edi
Along the majestic sweep at tho, Dnteil January 3, 1919.
Klamath theio romaln mnny little' 4-11-18-25-1
Indian settlements whore a white
man can baignin much ns In the daj-j oUct' of Sale of IrrlgaUon Dlatrlct
of old. I "
Some knowledge of American his- Notf ls ?.ro,b' e'ven that sealed
, ..i,.. .... proposbls will be received by the
tory has pouotiatod Into tho wilds of 1)oardrof Directors of tho Sunnyslde
tho legion, ono of tho most blznrro Irrigation District, at the office ot the
convictions nnioiiK the Indians being secretary of said district, at Merrill,
tlmt Oeorgo Washington discovered Orogon. tll tho 18th day of Febru-
Amerlra il'r)'' 1919 nt 2 P- m- ' 8aI(l "t810. 'or
i the purchase of bonds of such dis
trict to the amount ot $2,000; such
Xo Tiino To l'lt;ht bonds to bo Issued In denomination
A tough old bird was dying and hi. J '10' laceanr ,ntorest at tn6 ra
w.fe sent for a proachor. Tho preach- 2n,lSS.'ffi JSSS &Tto Sre
er camo and snld to tho dylug slnner: at tho rate of four each year begin-
"You lind bettor renounce tho dovll nlng January 1, 1924, ,
my frlond." The board reserves tho right to re-
"Ronouni'o the dovll!" exclaimed Ject any .or "'' b'i8.-, .,
, j. li. ruinnnmunAii,
UDI.IOHHJ auiiiiaiuu unguium
Loomls Illilg., Klamath Falls
Crlsler & Stilts bldg. 7th & Main
mo uying liuui. "Wiiy. J ain't in n
position to umko any enomles right '
now." Cincinnati Enquirer, j
tin AM) COU.NTV AllSTBAOT
Monc) to loan on real cstte at
8 per rent.
DR. F R GODDARD
Ostcniuithli- Phfhlilan Surged
HulteUU. I 0. O. F. Tempi
(over K. K. K. Store)
Phout- Sill ,.
(The only Osteopathic Phjat
clau aiid Surgeon