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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 4, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
pL P III y. jJjJcHlior dirty or uitldy. TIio citizen,
1 IlCEVcnirigjrit.rilVJ , whether owner or router, who fulls to
I clein up, and keep clean. hU pioper-
' ' U U It A ty should lio made, to do so liy the
EUITOU clty aiflhoiltlosTtiore are tenters
Published dally except Sunda) by
The Herald Publishing Company uf,
Klamath Palls, at 115 Fourth street
Entered at the postolllco nt Klam
ath Kails, Ore , for transmission thru i
the malls as second-class matter.
I nml some home-owners in this eltv
that should bo compelled to observe
'the plain, ordinary rules of cloanll
nais. for the condition In which they
l.eep their premises ii a menace to
! the health of the ontlio comtmitilO
' and a disgiaco to the neighborhood
Subscription terms by mall to any '" h,ieU ' M0 ll'e
address In the United States: , officials should get after and stay
One year . $5 00' after thorn, until they thoroughly
One month ........ GO nndeiatond' the noecsslti of obeylnc i roceluN. and these are onh nurchas-
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;iue liiw. utt niiere I no pioperiy id oi wou-
Another thing that should claim j known value Of course, under the
the attention of tho city administra- law, thH Is n purely legitimate, busl-i
against it In the matter of paying his
taxes has to pay fifteen percent per
milium, after there Is attached tho
usual pennltku for the initial failure.
This Is nothing less than deliberate
lobbcry, N'o man is going to fall to
pay Ills taxes if he has tho money j
II. I,, Itoissen left oil the train this
to do so. or the credit to bonow It "u"l6 for Weed.
That being the case, why should the . K KvertB , a occnt nrrlvnl
state step In and further handicap from Yrekn, California.
him by piling up chniges and Inter-1
est? As a rule the county or state) S. M. Sensen left today for Yroku
does not benefit from this shyloek to look after business Interests.
method of forcing payment. It Is!
the man who buys up delinquent tax'
PPP CON A I I K"X":K"
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Ihe Wmnek to., inc.
426 Main Street
Member of the Associated Press
Tho Associated Press is exclusively
ntitltliif- In flu, ncn fty rnml 1,1 ir ;lt inn
of all news dispatches credited to It tion ls ,lu) l"--sI"- of parking. Hum transaction and those who en
or not otherwise credili.il In this p.i-!is generally aeceped that In the ro-, gage in it are in no manner subject
per, and also local news publlsiied sidence section of the clt there ls no to criticism. If they did not buy
herein. , necessity for palng the full width i these receipts the1 slate would penal-
All riguis ui reiviiiii-uwiu in i-jju-
clal dispatches herein arc alto re
served. TUESDAY, KKIIKI'AKV I, 1HI1J
Some I'lain Talks.
, of the streets as the) are now latd ize the property owner just the same.
'out. This calls for a strip of park- The evil of-the whole business lies In
lug on both hides of the thoroughfare, i the law, and it Is a law that the pre-
1 The question arise-;, who Is to care "sent legislature should amend. No
objection can be raided to the penalty
provision, hut the addition of Inter
est at the rate of fifteen per cent per,
annum t something that this state
should be ashamed of and something
Dale Urown I J a rocont arrival in
the city from Oerher, California, A
Ki S. Terwllllger Is here f rom ! 1
Ileikeley and ls 'topping at the Hall A
P. V. Weston was nmoiiK tho train
arrivals last night from Dunsmulr j
11. U, Clark, who has been hero on
business left this morning for I'oit
lund. Dave I.lskey. Roy McNeill and K.
Stukcl are 'in town on business from
Lester Simmers left
for Seattle i !
tins morning after a snort business ' A
xlslt In this city.
i for this tho city or tho nhuttlng
; property? The Herald believes it
' should be cared for by the city. Tho
city should set out trees and shrub-
1 bery and sow the plots to grass and
Elsewhere will bo found tho fiist sec thej. are j,ro,,crj. piotected ann
of a series of "Plain Talks" to thet.are(- f0r. These strips of lawi,
people of Klamath Falls that the should be Irrigated and cut by tne
Health Board Is going to Issue. The city. Then stringent regulations
Herald wants every render, not only should be promulgated to compel
in Klamath Falls, but In the county, tho care of vacant lots,; so that the
as well, to read these articles. Their weeds that have heretofore flourished
purpose will he to impress each on them will not spread to this city
citizen with the necessity for clean- property. . '
Ing up their homes, their premises At first blush the economical will punciple without having added there- matters of business in tho County
and fumigating and disinfecting. throw up their hands In holy horror I to tho usurious interest that Is now sent fiom the Tule Luke section.
that immediate steps should be taken
to abolish. Six per cent is ample in- L Jacobs was a passenger on th -S
terest in addition to the penalty, and train this morning for Portland, Ho K
tlur members of the legislature from expects to return In a few days,
this county should give this question ,, , ,, .,,...
lhelr"onsidera,lon. make a fight for , Mr aml, , Mrs' K- e,rby- woU
the amendment of the law, and come k"own rfslde-s f h 'le' s'
to the rescue of the poor devil who,1'0" "ro ln ,0Wn for n ahort vtaU
has haul enough job to raise the' James Ilrothenek ls attending to
PORTLAND. Feb. .1. Aiguments
by the attorneys for the defenso in
the Albers trial have been tiiibmitted
No where In the world will be found over the initial cost and the expense i charged
a more picturesque site for n city of up-keep. but theie is no need for
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inuil liiui ciiuseu lur ii;iuiiiin run? iuss Id ieeii uht 1111-1, iur me tusi i 1 lipp 'flM 1 1 lt)ll 111 V
Not long ago there came here the su- will be so small as to bo inslgmn
perintendent of all of the national cant. The parking could be laid out
parks in the United States. He is a 'Alien the streets are being prepared
man who has seen the grandest of for paving. The trees, shrubbery,
the many majestic nature plctuies and lawns could be set out by con
that beautify the landscape of this tract and the uukecp could he hand
great nation. When he was here, a led in the same business like manner.
short time ago one of our citizens With the consistent carrying out of
took him up on the heights that sur- some such program, the bones of
round ho City. After epressing him- Klamath Falls would he coered and ! J,lr" ln tlle afternoon
self enthusiastically bver the sceni a frame constructed that would en-1
that was laid at his fee, he said: "It hance the beauty of the picture it
Is beautiful, but cover up the bones." surrounds.
Let us cover up the bones of Klam- We would commend to the care
nth Falls, and the bone yards as well, ful consideration of the city adminis
I.et us clean up the yards, the alleys, tratlon these suggestions, which we
the streets. Let us plant trees, set hope to see incorporated in any pro
out shrubbery and put in lawns, that gram for street improvement that
the unsightly bare spots and rocks may be Inaugurated.
the bones may be covered, that the' -
picture may be set in a beautiful
frame. And this Is qne of the objects
sought to be accomplished by the j
"Plain Talk" articles from the Board 0ne sreat injustice that the state
I Mr. and Mrs, I). L. Hook loft this
1 morning for Thomas, Oklahoma for
a visit with friends and relatives.
It. A. Mason of Odessa is a business ,
visitor at the County seat. Ho ls.$
stopping at the White Pelican Hotel. IV
C. II. Kcster bought supplies from. I
today, rnlted States Attorney Hnnuy the Klamath Falls merchants yester-
will close the arguments tomorrow day for his ranch" In the Olene ills- V
and the case will probably go to Ihe trlct. V
E. M. Perfect, who has ranch ln-.t
terests in Klamath County Is 1-cre
uuiii 4iiu;i) lur u lew uujb uu uusi
In Grocery, Wednesday
BEST CREAMERY BUTTER
The pound 50jb
Macaroni, Vermicelli, Spaghetti,
The package . 10c
HEINZ PORK AND BEANS
Small cans . .. 15c
VAN CAMP PORK AND BEANS
Small cans, two for .. 25c
VAN CAMP SOUPS
Two cans 25c
We have the follow
ing implements to
Two Oliver walking itiivv,tliilililn
One Oliver ulk) plow, noil bot
tom; Three MoIIiip ulkoy, plows, nc
Our Thomas Drill, without gross
srisl nt tm linicnt.
tine onV-horso power IM engine.
TIh-t implement wero liniiulitbc
fore the lolvnnce hi prli . anil will
be Hold at ! 1 1t Kit iiiMiiufiulm rr
We will sell tlicin on cji) terms lit
Cut Down the Inteivt Itate.
of Health that are to appear In the i Inflicts on the poor man Is the high
Herald. The first thing to be done is way robbery method adopted to com
to clean up. No self-respecting citi-jPel the payment of 'taxes. Under tho
zen should permit his premises to be present law the man who Is up
IIAXCIXO SATUHIIAY KVKXIXO
The Great Marcus
THREE GREAT VAUDEVILLE ACTS
America's foremost jailbreaker, assisted by
Frank Earle, blackfaced comedian, and Lew
Matney, variety musical entertainer.
Thomas II. Iiice Presents
'TIIK FAMILY SKKLKTOX"
:i tTS OF VAUDKVILLK.
Admission 10 & 11." cents.
SIioh Stints 7:il nml 0:15.
"ALIAS MAUY IUIOWX"
Howell, Alice Howell, and
Noma Taylor went to Dunsmulr this
morning where they expect to make '
a short visit, LI
Mr. and Mrs, Fred Loosley of Fort , J
Klamath left today for Ashland ' fy
where they expect to visit for tho t
next two weeks. I 1
J. C. puggan and family or Chilo
quln left today for Medford, where'
they will visit friends and relatives i
for the next two weeks.
The Winnek Co., Inc.
426 Main St. Phone 34 Klamath Falls
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.Mr. anu Airs. 11. u. urnne, i . v.
Phoneger and W. M. Skeen came In ,
yesterday from Chlloquln. They are
stopping at the Hall.
Oscar Campbell, a stockman of the
Lorella district came in from that
point yesterday afternoon to look
after matters of business,
A. J, Voye, of the Big Lakes Dox
Company left yesterday morning for
San Francisco to join Mrs. Voye, who
Is spending the winter in the nay WASHINGTIN, Fob. 4. Tho army
City. still has on hand from Safi.OOO.OOO
Mr. and Mrs. W. A, Rath of Al-, to 250,000,000 feet of uncut lumber.
goma were among the outgoing pas-1 according to n statement of (Jenoral , t
jsengers on the train this morning. , " c- Marshall or tho nuartermasotrs
They exnect to visit friends ln San i department to the hotiso committee
NT T I
(Vment Work of all Kinds
nml I tooling
Let Me Make You an
W. D. MILLER
A D.indy Comedy "The Caiuein riuc,,l ranoisco for me next few weeks.
Admission o & , cents Matinee
l!.:itl. Ill filings 7::tO & O.
Miss Dorothy Shive who has been
on appropriations a few days ago. i
Omioral Marshall says that care la
being taken not to demornllzo tho
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE! Stockton,
, home for the past two weeks vlsltlu ' ,umber markct ,n BalvaB,llR lMn ,,-.
linn rn mnt rt 1 w, i. n A ! tT T
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nuivu, leiurneu una morning 10
TUESDAYS AND SATURDAYS
where she has been attend-
uamps and depots at the time host lit-
WEDNESDAY EVENING AT 7 P. M. SHARP
See Marcus escape from straitjacket while
suspended by feet in mid-air.
H. W. POOLE, Owner
"SINS OF AMBITION"
'BIRDS OF PREY'
Bushman and Bayne
rfria nnnnoil mwl pnnulrilMlnn U'fin atnn.
ins 8C"ooL ped. Kffort Is being nmdo to soil
I tho lumber at not less than 90 por
Get H Standard policy from tlie'nt nt Ita value Thin .InrUInn una
Chllcote Smith agency. 24 I . M,on,Iv. r!,,.,w.,i ,i i
have yet been reported,
Used lumber and other tuntorinls
at tho camps where tho national
guard troops foimeily wore quartered
is being sold as fast as advantageous
offers are received, Ceneial Marshall
said. For Camp flrceno, near Chur-
lotte, N, C, for examplo the dupail-
ment has been offered $fi 1,000. Tills
offer iIoch not include the clearing,
of the lund or assumption of damages
New City Laundry
We Guarantee Our Work.
Shlrti and Collar Laundered.
We also wash silk, wool, and col
ored godi very carefully. Try u
once and be convinced. Our price
are right. Phone 154.
127 Fourth Street
Back of First National Bank
Admission 10c and 20c
A child accompli n led by pur
en t admitted free tilth a aOc
Thin Theater now "properly
Heated and Ventilated.
Fumigated every night
It hui't iMoiioiny anil It
If iil uNe lo buy mi) thing
Itiil (lie bet in ilriigM.
Wo have gullied Ihe con-lltli-iiie
of our ciistnincrH by
M-IIIng ilrugH of (lie highest
qunllty only. You mount
buy any other Mini here,
nml Jim are iiIhiijh Miife
mid mirn Hint nothing but
tho best drugs will ho nohl
In this More.
V'v . KLAMATH IALLS Off EfiOM m?
und tho department Is not Hiiro that nvti AWAY AM, VMS, HOHKNKSS,'
It could come out oven on this offer, i STIKKMIMM, IIAtJKACIIK, WITH
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KINK l-'Olt SOUK KVICS.
Ah! I'aln is gone!
I Quickly? Yoh! Aliuost Inatunt ro-
it is surprising how quickly oyo In- "ul ,r""' soreness, Btinnoss, lamonosH
IHli MEN, IN
A mniiiil. Iicnllliv mini la mi nr n luioll
iiiinliir. A ii i ii n cull (in iin vlu'iriniH uiul
u imiMli() lllff l 14 llri t T VJ J III" " ..w. ,-,.,, Hkionuiii), (UlllUlltJOn 11 .------ ,
flammatlgn is helped by common and pain follows u gentle rubbing ' '..It" lVr7Z .f-"!?.".' ?u Vh'.llUnr I A
wltchazel) camphor, hydrustls, etc.. with "Kt. JucoIih Mnlmont." I ?rH"' weaL-i ',y 'ovVrttorl nml .'nr.
'" Kuyuium uyo wuhii. uno Amilv llilu nnnthli... ,..,... ,i i.1 ';,,"" ',V"'K oriliK mil nxu preiiliililiety
lady, who hud boon troubled " y """ H00t"""" lmetratlng oil I'Iib lioillly fiimtioiiH urn liniilr'il and
jhronlc eyo Inllunuiiutlon for ,llrocty ul,0 "" cho, and llko muglc "'"I'leijHiiiit Hjmiitiiinii apiienr. Tho elc
years was- greatly helped in relief comes. "Ht. Jacobs IJnlmenf ! K, iWrind' S p X t'llffing M.n'
.. .mi- uiiiniuurn puui, u ih a iiuriniCHH buck- """" '"i "ii win Kincrnuy nun jmhi
CASK .lei.,, iiiii,n ,i im,. .,.:" In OIiihh A. TiiI.ii (Kll.l) MlJOAl
eyes. .. , "'""K" "ml "dnHcii relluf, llmirlcm till Cnpsuk-H pcrluilinillv '
us mixed In I.uvoptlk oyo wuhIi. Ono
elderly lady, who hud boon troubled
two duys. Wo guarantee a sniull hot
tie of Lavoptik to help ANY
wuuh, Hirunieii or iiiuumed eyes
Aluminum oyo cup KItKK. Whitman
Drug Co. Adv.
niCCKAUIl UENT HKIIVICK
Night I'hone 84 B
which novor dlHuppolntH, cun not In- V"ur ajHti-m will nlv.njn b lit wurkinji
Jure and .lm.un'1 l.nrn r ,uun..i... .... ' "r,"'r- '.f "I'lrllo Mill be i nlneiii'-i.
Htrulghten up! Stop thoso tortu
'illr inilsclcH hiiiii,I. vonr mlml ixtli'e.
I find your budy cuimliln nt hitrd work
,. I Won t wuit until joii Imvo b:n rcjfi
llir (t Cnilll)H..lfl, If, Ii,. lll-i.t.lllUtf lllll'J
OUS "Stitches." Ill 11 llirinoinl vnn wlll'tiliW. (In In vimr ilrnin.Ut nl f.nf
forirnt tliut'vmi n.r ii .. t..... .... i1.' ' Irlul box of 001.1) MIII'.M.
csiUHu It won't hurt or ho stiff or' I1' '"' 1'iict, nrlitliml, Itiirortcd
non'l suffer! Oct a small trial , T, 1Z T"WL LVVLWttri t
bottle of "St. Jacobs Mnlmont" from
your druggist now nntl get this lust
lug rollof. Adv.
l"'i iniii-il nit and foclhiK h"1'
ri-fuiiili'il if ilnv iin in,! In' l vim
IteiiiMiiihvr to link fiir tbo iinmrtnl I
IOI.IJ MIODAL IJraud.