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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 12, 1919)
WKDNKHDAY, I'MUtUAIIY la, tntrt
THE EVENING HERALD,
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
K. J. m u it n a r
Published dally except Sunday by
The Herald Publishing Company o'
Klamath Falls, at 115 Fourth street
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ath Falls, Oro., tor trnnsmlsslou thru
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WEDNESDAY, FEimUAKV 12, lll
Oregon has a representative In'
Washington of which she hBs reison
to feel proud. She has a repiwnU-(
tlve that has a soul, that i J
tieari, uai nas a ora.n .m...
lorgeis niniseii unu settiMi 66'"-
dlzement and works for the relief.
Interests, welfare and asslstanro of l
his constituents. That man is Nick j
CtnMnll Vlnlinlno T If -.'ftl, li-tal, 1 n 1
be formal, but just plain Nick as his
constituents like to address him, for
they love the man who hears their
call artd who, night or day, luib shown
that he stands ready to serve them,
These words voice not only he
sentiments and beliefs of luo Herald,
'but they truly represent "those of
many of our' cltHtens- who can and,""
would gladly testify' to their truth I WASHINGTON. D. C Feb. 12.
Wo k.v.in min.1 ttn ni,i lii nart 1. 1 Four transports and cruisers are
cula'r. One was
of a widow--the
typically poor widow, oal she was
uoor tn factJand not in fiction.
She, dependent upon a nephew a
boy she had' raised from childhood, a
good bojvbut a boy whos,? veins were
filled with the blood of an ancestry
that despised, oppression and who,
when the call to arms was sounded
qulekly responded. Thl left the '
womaS practically penn.les., but be
fore going the young man ttee'iod to
her a timber claim he h-id taken up
some years ago, and he exps.yed thnf '
she could sell for enough 'o. fide her J
over the time of his absence. Hut ,
this timber claim was tied up la the
withdrawal that was made .-.omej
years ago by the Reclamation Serv
ice. The young" man had ben trj-
lng for about two years to tret it re-i
leesed, and after his departure fur'
the front, his aunt continued her nf-
forts, but they wereequally as tin-;tw r"" a""ss '" U,B w-ae
successful. Filled with utter dis- rear of "'J- fe-" declared Thomas
couragement. she was telling her ' K-'Arnott of 124 South Ray St. Spo
troubles to a frlend.and he suggested kane. wl'e 'n' Murgittroyd's Drug
that t"fi maor jm hroutrlit tn thp at-1 s,ore recently.
.tention of Mr. Sinnott, but she was'
hopeless and said she would let the
matter drop until tlie hoy camb home
But the friend had heard of Mr. Sin-
nott's devotion, to his people, 'and ,
wrote him about the claim. In two
months the deed from the govern-)
- ,, i v, hnnrts nf tho wirinw .
Mr. Sinnott stayed with the job, and
thru correspondence and pe'rsorrat
visits had the claim released. His
work was done out of the bigness of (
his heart. He know that this act
would probably never see the light lieart trouble. .1 would Tiave blind
of- day, if he thought of It at all. He ' dl"v sPbH" "en I could hardly stand
was satisfied with the prayers and on "' feet- I. a,8 suffered with
gratitude of a woman who will al-' headaches and simply felt played out
ways look on Nick Sinnott ts her one! "early all tho time. ,
great friend. "' can now eat what I want with-
The other incident and we could out " hurting me for the first time
reTate scores or similar ones re- " thirty years, nnd since my food di
lates to the discharge of a young ! 'ests ai" the gas has stopped form
man from the navy. He Is a well '" on m' stomach. I don't have any
known man ln this county who ,nore trouble with palpitation and
answered his country's cah for men ' shoitness ot breath. Why, before I
to man the new ships that wero to tooIc Tanlac the least exercise would
bridge the ocean and save the armies completely tire mo out. hut now I
of our allies from starvation and tie- ea waIk or W0lk a" y '""B
feat. When the armistice was sign- fpo1 no"e the woise from It. I guelis
ed he was. anxious to return to his ' "ave taken a barrcll of medicines
home, his wife and his little baby, of diffeient kinds and lived on a diet.
whose arrival during dils absence liUnnHi starving myself, trying to get
had helped to deplete the little
hoajd he had left at his departure. It
was really a case where Jubtice de
manded his return, but the scarcity
of men in the navy and the prospec
tive difficulty in securing any re
cruits, made it impossible for him
to secure his release, and he so wioto,'
'to bis wife. She had heard of tho
wonderful things Mr, Sinnott had
been doing, and she sat down and in
her us'ophlsticatod way wrote hint.
And it happened as Sinnott a friends auto repair work done, and done
'knew it would happen tho young right, at fair prices. Low rent, itrlct
man was released attention to business, fast workman-
. . . A ,1 ,'shiip and thorough experienc3 make
ThU if.vwhy the Herald says wo u p,m)Uli f()r U8 ,0 Ilgure you mUtw
v have a representative with a heart ( faci)nn at prjces tjmt wont contihcate
and a iou. We down here In Klnm- your car. Wo also do general blask
ath are proud of him almost ns"jsmlthliig and horseshoeing. An ex--prouil,
aa if we claimed him as out porjonced sheer will put your horse
pwf He to 0(.tbe class that Is fast 1 W ''trktly guaranteed.
l;.4taappearlBg from public life men aixTH STIIKET IlKPAIB SHOP
wks loved" th)rtr copsUtuents and 7-ct cod LOPEH & POUTI3R.1
whoso rhtcf delight was found In
smoothing tout life's pathway Tor
them aud net In grandlloQuenT ora
tions, delhered to hide sinister mo
th es end unworthy deeds.
State Biologist Flnley seems very
much exorcised over tlfe probability
that the bill ceding .Malheur lake to
the goxcinment may fall of passage,
tn the legislature, and like nil of his
kind Is endeavoring to stir up public
sentiment In faor of the measure by j
crlng out that ft Is being fought by l
K.ivterners," hv "land speculators,")
))y ..,,rolnolorsi... unkt He has'
1 thiown n fit oxer a few sea gulls, pel-,
iians and the like t.lke all Ists, he
icant see anything but the line he Is;
,, , ,. ,. . .
following He makp-j the broad
statement "that, after the lake Is,
drained, there will be nothing but
.... , , ,, . . ., , . ,-!
alkali-soaked soil of no pinctlcal vnUi
ie" Well if the "promoters." are as
siic'cebsifnl in the use of adjectives as
the distinguished stnte biologist,'
thc will be 'going some. We heard j
the same talk when It was proposed
to drain the lower Klamath lake.
Ken the Reclamation Service join-
1 orl tho r.-ihnt The drnininir has tiro
gresscd far enough now to prove the
,,, of thelr cIaIms Tne same,
w.m me of Ma,neur ,ako
, wheter , ,locs or not lhe legisi
,ature shoul(, never cedo any of It3
aulhocy over u l0 ,he federal gov
"Smith is a cheerful fellow.
ou not!ce he ;as Wtnn as he!
loined me ten dollars?"
"Yes. He wrs whistling
'fiood-by. Forever.' "
jgfj THOUSAND BOYS
-SAILING FOR HOME
bringing over ten thousand troops
from France including he infantry j
f Hie forty first dlvLsion composed of i
national guard troops frm Washing
ton. Oregon. Montana and North Da
KAKTH LIKE TAN
"Well, sir, a neighbor of mine put
onto this Tanlac a few weeks
ago, and It's the finest thing I hae
'I have suffered for thirty years,"
he -continued, "with a bad stomach
a""" troublesnd spent a large
l,a" ot wnat J made for treatments
and medicines, but never did get any
better until I began taking Tanlac.
Everything I would eat hurt me and
the gas on my stomach would rise
up Into my chest and cut my breathe
short. Sometimes my heart would
beat so hard and fast that I would
Just, have to gasp for breath. I was
uneasy all the time for fear I had
r'" "' " 'rouuie, oui i suuereu just
the same until I got Tanlac. So I
know what Tanlac has done for me
and I appieclatc It enough to tell
everybody about It. In my opinion
there's nothing on earth like it."
Tanlac Ib sold in Klamath Falls by
thc s,ar Dru Co- and '
the .lames Merc. Co.
and In Lorellr bj
OPEN FOB Bl'HINESS
Now is vour chance to net vour
FFRTII I7FR increase Crop
J. mJLX A RMmAJLm il I :
I.UTI.K NIDKI. 1(1111 8 ON MICAI. HAIVKNINOH
AMONG TIIK I'KOI'I.K OFTHIS CITY ANI VICINITY.
(JOINOS ANI COMINGS OF LOCAL KOLKR
1.? A Tt.i la n PnliHlv emit vlaltnz
...... . m- ... .. -., ,. w. .......
fmm Fort Klnmnth.
H. K, Bedford Is a county
Wtor from.Worden today.
Mr. and Mrs. U. 11. Hawkins an
remit arrivals from Weed.
WT K. Halley left this mornltu; for
Mortis on matters of business.
K R. Porter was among the train
arrlir.ls Inst evening. trom"I.os Aug'
S. W. Robertson Is a recent arrival
in Klnmnth Falls' from Chlco, California.
C C. Fllnn of tho Chiloquln I.um-: Joo Urowu ,ndl!m of (ho KlnM.
bor Company Is In the city, o.n huM-, , Reservntlon loft "on the train
ness today. . t,.,s mornlllK for a vL,lt in noseburK.
J. T. Stove.- and Walter V. Ultss; , c,8for,h wll0 has ,)(Hn vilt.
arp. guests at the White Pelican lloM,nK ln Klanulth Fn8 nom Riddle
from Portland. . Iet, fol hs ,10U)n ,lipre thu ,uorujni
M. C. Haiel of the Mysell-Rolllns
Company ns a passenger for Port -
land this morning. , -
A. K. Hakenson Is looking aft r
Blatters of business In Klamath
Falls fiom Odessa. -
Lester F. Terwllligcr. of the I.iber-
ty Theatcp who Is In San Francisco
DANCING SATURDAY, EVENING
Tln-nuiH H. line Presents
"THE MVTING OF MAItCKM-V
A Startling Drama of Mnrileil
. iu:' tukpin
that llonielj- Comedian. In a
Tno Heel Comedy.
"Two Tough Tenderfeet."
AdmNslon 10 & -', rents. Shoir
Stnrt.s 7 ::!() and 0:15.
lllue Hint Features Presents
A Story of A Modern Comedy
A I.jons & Mornn Comedy
Up to the Minute Specialists in
Admission 10. & 15 roi.ls Jfnllncc
li.:t(). Evenings 7:. 'JO it o.
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TUESDAYS AND SATURDAYS
"THE BEST IN PHTl'HES"
H. W. POOLE, Owner .
"A MORTGAGED WIFE"
Featuring Dorothy Phillips
in a Thrilling Story of Love and Adventure
Charming Jewel Carmen .
"LAWLESS LOVE" ,
. and a Comical Comedy
Admission 10c and 20c
A child accompanied by pfir
ent admitted free with a 20c
ticket, ovct-pt Satiirtlity night
mill Sunday night,
I t lit vml? ulth lita wlfrt lo nttpml
.... .. ....v, . ........... ,. . . . .; ....
' lug to the purchase of new equipment
1 for the movie house.
Mr and Mrs. sTJ. Colnlliin enmo
In "yesterday for a short visit from I
j their hcyno nt Datrj
William Marls, who has been here
on business for a few days left this
morning for San Francisco r ,
J. C, llojlo was anions those .tr-
Jitviuc on the train last night Ills
home' is at Yrcka, California.
K. Mc.Murphy is hero with his wife
en a short visit from Stockton. Thov
i.ne stopping; at tho Hotel, Hall,
I Dr ndward De Rnymonte. who h-is
1 ,,fen nore g,nce gundny wUh ht,
I ramlly left for California pointi this
T O. FltzGerald of tho Soulheui
Pacific Company Is here on mattefjt
"f business for tho Company from
Ir t nd Mrs. C.x P. Van Riper and
H. R IMlulap wjio have bneit spend.
Ing the winter months In Southern
Califorria, arrived last nls'ut.
I. I . Rums a well known reside'1',
of KYc Fort Klamath district la look.
4i2g after business Interests in the
Crimty seat. 'He is stoppiti'; at the
f Hotel Hall.
j William Fordncy who opeiates the
' J.imes.Mercentlle Company at I.orella
and v.bp has been visiting for tho
1 past ten'"das at Santa Cruz. Califor
nia, has returned
i Luke. Walker, who has been III
, here with the Influenza, left this
morning for San Francisco where he
will spend the next week. Mr. Walk
er is still in a weakened condition
from the effects of his Illness.
I H A. McCarthy, who was formerly
1 Southern Pacific yardmastcr in this
, c'ty and who Is now with that Com-
pauy at Dunsmulr came in last night
for a short business-visit. He Is rc-
Eirlerid nt the White Pelican Hotu.
Mr and Mrs. H. W. Mitchell and
I.. H. Bryan who have been her? on
a short visit from Dorrls, left for
t,,at i,olnl on the traln tn,s morn,1!?
tiryan wno is laenuiiea wun ine u. r.
.Marines' made their famous football
I Jeani this year.
' Project Manager J. B. Bend of
I the U. S. acclamation Project hete
I left on the train this morning for
Denver, Colorado on matters of busl
I ness. He was unable to state the
! nature ot his errand doclnring he had
i been summoned there for a canfer
ence, tho nature of which he was
See Chllcoto A Smith for Are, life,
accident and health insurance. 6B.1
Jfiiln street. 24
J The kaiser Is said lo have aged ten
years since ho fled to Holland two
. months ago. ft Is much too fast,
j Somebody ought to put an end to It.
I' Kansas City Star.
This Theater now properly
Kuniigntcd every night
Keillor Herald Under the caption,
"The Southern Pnclnc," In tin edi
torial under dnto of February 10,
19 IS, In jour paper, when referring
to tho superintendent, jou state,
'" "er t""K. " umows
"All complaint a, requests or de
mands ure referred, us a rule, to
subordinates even less considerate
mid courteous than ho. I.Ike a
monarch In state, he, truiols up and
down tho lino, cowing with ItU lash
of Authority his subordinates, who
are governed like slaves, Instead of
co-workers. ftsntonnKo has taken
the place of co-operation ;nutoc-
racy tho place of arbitration; ter
ror the place of peaceful prosecu
tion of labor among the employes,
until tho splendid, smoothly work
ing mnchlne that passed Into his
hands has become. ' nioro jumble of
disorganized, dlssatlslled, discon
Now, wo do not dcslro to enter Into
any controversy with tho editor In .
any way, shape or form, and this ar-
tlclo Is not written for tho purpose of
criticising the editor for his attltpde
toward tho Southern Pacific company,
for wo realize that the editor (sonly
human, llko railway employes, and
Is lia'blo to write as he feels person
ally; but we do deslro to take excep
tion to some of tho things sntd about
the local employes of tho S. P. Co,
The editor, la dealing with goner
allies has completely overlooked tho
fact that wo nro full-blooded Amer
ican citizens, and have still tho prlv-
lloge of exercising our own volition In
solectlng the place where nnd the per
sons or company for whom wo work.
If any one of us becomes dlssatlslled
with his treatment at tho hands of his
superiors or with thu conditions tin
dor which he has to work, ho can al
ways quit and secure other employ
ment, und we feel Unit It Is bnlittllii!:
to the dignity of our employment, to
say the least, when soma one of tmp-
posed public Importance, with holshe
vlst-llke tendencies, publishes broad
cast that we aro cowed with tho lash
ot authority of our suporlors and gov"
emed like slaves.
As to the relationship of our su
perintendent with tho empleyes: We
have always- found tho superintend
ent courteous, and an easy man for
tho employes to approach, and believe
that he has over tried to better our
condition. Wo ure very wolLmitlslled
to be working for tho Southern Pa
cific company, nnd especially under
the present superintendent. Tho
mere fact that we remain tit this work
should show that we are satisfied with
the conditions und with ottr superiors.
We have alwaj;trled to.be cour
teous in our doiillrig'wlth the public--,
from personal deslro as well us from
any Instructions or directions from
the company and wo tin not feel that'
it is fair on the part of the editor to'
indiscriminately accuse the employes
of discourtesy. If the editor would
Inform himself of facts he would
And that any discourtesy on tho part
of an employe, If reported to tho su
perintendent of the dlYllt.n, would,
subject such employe to a severe .rep-,
rlmand or removal from tho service
We can not help but feel thjit tho
editor has some porsonnl grouch I
against some particular Individual of,
the company, and seeks to vent tils
feelings through his paper, In high-1
sounding phrases, that convicts no
one, and yet casts a slur upon tho en-!
tire personnel of the local division of
the S. P. Co. I
William W. McNcally, B. Frank
Owens, J. A. Leech, E. A. Tuttlo, W.
A. Owings, J. U. Foster, C. H. Foster.
W. F. Turpcn, l.ayton Colvlg. O. W.
Davlcs, W. H. Owins. Louis Bradford,
Frank J. Porter. H. D. Wators, S, L.
Kelley, MIbs Alleen Smith, Miss Iluth
Avery, Bay C. 1 lager, A. L. Alexan
der, Chas. H. llagert, Clarenco C,
(Thanks, hoj-s. That's hot enough
to suit oven F.ltz. But j-ou missed
the mark. When I hammered out tho
words you quote, you wero as far,
from my mind as ono polo from an-,
other. Don't think that I forget the.
uniform courtesy with which you
have troated mo personally. And
what you have dono In these partlc-l
ular instances, I understand you havo
done for others. I am glad to pub
lish your criticism, as I shall always
be glad to publish that of anyone who
may foel aggrieved with any policy of
Tho Herald. I am hoeking nothing
perHonullj' only such chunges nnd
Improvements, as will he of general
benefit to the whole community. ,
Editor.) " I
Woll, Just as the kaiser expected
and prophesied more than a year ago,
German ships are landing troops in
New York. Cleveland Plain Dealor.
POPULAR MECHANICS KAQAZtHC
IS FOR SALS V AU. rUWlDIALiKS
Aikiben to ihow rou a eppr or tini 2Qa for
i00 to ll prt. ut ll llulioa Ultiui,
rOrUUM MKCHAHICS MAGAZINE
N. MMUsm MM CUMIt, Itt.
- IfctfSfJ. PICTURES
yield 50-200 percent. Murphy Feed & Seed Store
1 124 South Sixth Street. Phone 87
ho could not clln lilm
IiuileMl. slncu It would
iih one of bin
lug niuiiiiK Hii' soldiers
and was not
fused he wits
then was Issued rnm
lolouel lo loouiiiiuciid
tha Kolduu medal fur
when the officer re
iellt)eil from his com
1,1 e per lb. at
Ladies' & Men's
MADE TO OHDEH
1IKST OF WOltKMANSHIP
I.ATF.ST STYLES '
I'EItFECT FIT OUAHANTF.ED
Prices tire wry reasonable
Your inspection Inillcd
Chas. J. Cizek
511 .Main St.
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First State &
' KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
It Isn't woihiiiij mid li
Un't vtlietii uiy atijthliiit
but Hie best In drugi.
We have unlneil the inn.'
ndence of our customer b
ftclliiiu tlritus of the lilglieii
ltullty ' only. You rniniut
buy niiy other kind bcic,
mid jot nro alunjs mite
nttil iiro (hat nothing li
the heil drugs villi bo -Mil
In tills Mure. '
v inuww li ru.- imium
. VtC WM HO,, . .
1 I have at my place mm malm rdl
'mid wliltt) vputted cow, brninlcl tK
on rluht ami written N on tin- Inft
hip ,tiinl pitchfork tut left rib, li'i .ar
cropped, under halt crop mitt ip(or
hIup-j on right ear. Ownur I ,is
call mid got row und pay olni;es,
CHAS II FLACK l-
3-101 Dairy, tu
lli:c.(.lll HENT HICHVIt i:
Mubt Phone 31ft
CREAM FOR CATARRH
OPENS UP NOSTRILS
Tells How To Get quick Hrllrf
from Head-Cold. It's Splendid I
In line m In u to your clogged ntrlU
will open, the air iiassiiRes of jour
head ullj clear nnd j'nu can breaths
frly No moro'huwkliiK, wiiuf flluc,
blowing, hoidiichu, dryness No
striiKgllng for broath at night, onr
cold or catarrh wit! bo gone.
tint n small bottle of Ely's Cream
Halm from your druggist now Ap
ply u llttlo of this fragrant. nullici
tic, healing cream In your nuMrllJ.
It penetrates through uvery air pi.
sagu of tho hoad, sopthus thu Inflam
ed or HWolltiu mucous mombraue mul
relief rumes Instantly,
i Its. Just fine. Don't stay aiutted
u p with a cold or nasty catnrrh It
1 llnf comes so quickly.
V 'v KLAMATH TAUA ORLCOrt n I
11 The days of life do not always run
11 Adversity snaps at the heels of pros
perity and sometimes bites bites hard.
1 Wages are not always high or work
1f Health does not always stay at high
tide Sometimes it-ebbs.
If you have been caught short before,
you surely do not intend to be caught
fl Make THRIFT-a habit. You can start
a Savings Account with as small an
amount as a Dollar.