Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 13, 1919)
tiu'hhdav, ri:imiit i i i,,,,,
THE EVENING HERALD,
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
rpi p mm l ' tlcm to tlic landowners when he saw
l neEiVeninfir rieraiu1 iat the. PiCa ot Director n. k. uma-
J. M U R H A Y
Published dally except Sunday by
The Herald Publishing Company of
Klamath Falls, at 115 Fourth street
Entered at the postofflco at Klam
ath Kails, Ore., (or transmission thru
the mails as second-class matter.
Jii. i i
bury that the District Join In the
suit was going to be turned down.
We believe that the land owners
should have a final voice deciding
whether they shall or shall not Join
In this suit.
The Herald I going to lay before
Its loaders all of the facts In Its pos
session and can gather on this ques
tion and It will endeavor to point
out to those Interested why It be-
lATTLK tsWEl.lflHTS ON LOCAL HAIVKN1NOS
AMONG TI1K PKOIM.K OF THIS CITV AND VICINITY.
OOINGS AND COMINGS OP LOCAL FOLKS
ficorge Anderson was a passenger.
on the morning tiuln for Dorrls.
It will then he up to the landowners.
' Subscription terms by mall to any
address In the United States:
Onemonth"rkrrr.;r...!V.ir.!. Go' It they do not vote by a substantial
i , majority that they want their rights
Member of llio Associate! Pre protected, then so far as the Herald ,
JLT . ..,. , , i i concerned, we are thru The Herald,
The Associated Press. Is oxcluslvel ,.. . . .. ,.. . ..
entluedto the use for republication; ". ." - "-;"-ot
All pews dispatches credited to it I ) shall rule but In this case we want
or not otherwise credltcdln this pj-Wo see n good, big. emphatic majority,
per, and 'also local news" published 0r we are going to droit the whole
S. D. HecKner.was unions the (rain,
hexes this suit should be carried on. j nlrtxnIs mSl( nl'htft tl-om Sacramento
ty looking after business for tho
ranch. Ho went to the Klamath
henKn.vk ' .
AU rights of republication bf epo
tial dispatches horoiir are also re
H. liPatte'rson Is a business visi
tor in klamttth Falls from Sacramen
Attortay W. It. A. Itonner has re-
J, O. Ilumakor, n prominent roil
aent of thoHonaniu illstilct is In the'
county senHookhig after buslucss In
Fred W. Rockwell Is n Klamath
Falls business lsltor from I'hlladel-
turned from n business trlu' to Port- j ,)hla e , a RUeat , , wh0
THURSDAY, JFKRRUARV IS, 1011)
THF. LINK RIYKR DAM.
The landowners under the- Klam
ath IVoJect are going to be cillsd
upon within the next two weeks to
decide a question that is ot more
vital importance to them than any
other one thing connected with their
experience, with the Reclamation Serv
ice. They are to be asked to decide
whether they want to test the legality
of the contract that has been entered
Into between the, Reilumatjon Serv
ice and the California-Oregon Power
company and it Is to make clear the
attitude ot the Herald on this matter
thHt we are referring to it tcdiy.
, In the. first place, this paper has
no ta.nrrel with thj California Ore
gou Power Company, as such. It is
not opposing this contract because
It happens to have been made with
this company. It is not opposing It
because it is a corporation, for we
claim that corporations have just
the same rights as individuals and
are entitled to the same protection.
We are not surprised at this company
trying to secure and hold this con
tract, for It is the biggest thing for
it that it can possess, and that is why
it is getting ready to put up a de
termined fight to keep this contract
and put into effect Its provisions. We
are opposing that contract, for the
reason we befleve it is against the
best Interests of the landowners who
created the power this contract seeks
to control and because we believe
that if all of the 'power tributary to
the Klamath Project is kept and de
veloped by the landowners, it will
repay to them all ,of the cost of the
project and in time be a source of
The Herald has contended from
the beginning that the Klamath Ir
rigation District should join with the
Water Users Association in a suit
to test the legality of the contract,
and for that reason the editor ot this
paper appeared at the last meeting
of the directors of the district and
asked for a submlss.ion of this ques-
1 matter and let it take whatever
' course conditions may dictate, if the
men who are paying the bill, whose .
Interests and rights are being barter,
cil nw-ay, who are being robbed and
swindled do not consider them of suf
ficient Importance to give the con
sideration they deserve, it will be no"1
fault of the Herald and It will feel
that it has been released from the re-
sponbillty ot carrying on the tight
There need be no misunderstanding
, on this point on the part. of anyone.
I "The Herald secured for you the right j
I to express your opinion and wishes. It
win nume cneeriuuy oy mat decision.
If ou Say you want the legality
of the contract tested, then we will
jealously watch your Interests, fight
for them, warn you of danger and
see that you are protected. If you,
by indifference or design, do not em
phatically, ask us to do this, then do
not criticise it we drop the matter.
It Is your business and you alone
shall be the master of your own des
tinies so far as this question is con
cerned with the Herald.
OPEN NOSTRILS! END
A COLD OR CATARRH
Row To Get Relief When Head
and Nose are Stuffed Up.
Dr. O. F. Demorest is In town for
a short time on matters of business
Attorney Charles J. Ferguson has.
returned from a business trip to Port-j
E. K. Andeison is a recent arrival
from Eugene. He Is slopping at the
Pelican Hotel. .
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Tulley camo In
yesferdny today from Algomn and left
today 'or Spanish Peak; Cal'fcrn.u
to visit relatives..
Mr. and Mrs. It. II. Hnwkln.. who 5"
hive been bore for the past two days
from Weed, California, left for that
point this morning.
m IKHAnriHn W 111 IP
I i4 Q mm 1 E Wlliil 1 ( li 11
k k "' mmmKKrjlBMn
vi?atUvyffijHjTiK- )K yrT-oiw.Tyi
QWXMG?f&iMi WfMUZZiLr KVXSNCSL I
m lim w
J' 'lL C
t-f V ,
NOW FOR YOUR STEAM CLA1:
,l(tl 'tk t'lmns a pound iSli
Vive Inline tilths emu - .. n
Mif l'it'li Halibut - W
AlifUit Mnn Sitliiiiin . . Hflr
.Miiinitiiilli Lnruo ll'i-tern iijitiem oil iiiiiul
524 Muin b'lect
Ciiplnln II. K. Calkins
1 morning for Snn Francisco,
exptKtr to spend the next
I matters of business.
Earl Whltlock left this morning
for.Yrekn where he Will make n short
Louis-Oerber returned last even- Mr. aud Mrs. n. C. Stout of the Do
ing trom Portland where he has been J-nfce district loft this morning for.
for the last few days. Yrckn, where they expect to visit for
" I a time with relatives.
C. M. Ilusby Is among the city vial- j I
tors from tin. outside, county districts M". nnd Mrs. I). M. Orlfflth weret
Klamath Packing Co.
BIG FOR COAST
today. He comes from Algomn.
passengers on the train this morning
, for San Franclsro, where they
Mrs. John l.owery Is visiting In j)eot to stay for some time.
Klamath Falls today from Dorrls. She ,
u .inm.tnr ;.t ii.A vhi J..1l-.in Hn. J- D. Howard of the Martin Uroth
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb
A. Ailniwlvit itMVnlmininlit of
AT. '"- V...V...-..., ......,
i bulldhic and n wide cxp.tJislon of
mnritimu Industry In nil f Its
branches Is looked tor by shipping
F. A. Fltzpatrick. foreman for the
big Z. X. runch In Lake County Is In
Klamath County Is In Klamath Coun.
jets Flour Mill left this morning for, intercuts of tho Pacific coin with
Chlco, where he expects to rema'ln ' tlio return to. tho world of normal
until the first of the weok. ' pence conditions. TJils exportation
, ' ... ,, ... , is" based In a gieat mensuie on tho
. ll Carloton of the Merrill dis-, aefc c(y Kllfftfrei,
trlct left with his family this morn.,,.,, 1le ,,y ht, lloIllliniU
lilt; lur ouii r ruiiLiaLu iui ua usui
with friends and relatives.
of war, whllo at tho same time Its
, OPERA HOUSE
DAXCIXO SATURDAY EVEXIXG
Count fifty! Your cold in head or
catarrh disappears. Your clogged
nostrils will open, the air passages
ot your head will clear and you can
breathe freely. No more snuffling,
hawking, mucous discharge, dryness
or headache; no struggling for breath
at night. "
Get a small bottle of Ely's Cream
Balm from your druggist and apply I
a little of this fragrant antiseptic,
cream In your nostrils. It penetrates
thru every passage ot the head, sooth
ing and healing the swollen or in
flamed mucous membrane, giving
you Instant relief. Head colds andp
catarrh yield like magic. Don't stay y M-P LE THEATER
sturred-up and mtserame. iteuet is
immense natural icsourees were ux-
Mr. and' Mrs. D. C. Smith of AI-! tnslvely developed by the goern
soma were passengers on the train , ment for increased tonnage. The
this morning for Mist. Oregon, where j -oast Is now equipped with more
they expect to visit their son. than n score of modern shipbuilding
plants, .some of tliont among the
J. M. Bedford, of the United StatcS i., i ,i, ,,,.,. -rii...... vnni.
Indian Service who has been In north-' TO eQ11,,,,ed wfth every facility for'
' Pnll rrvn In fnw IliA linot ttt'n flftfa ' 1
turning out tonnage nt inn nignes,
ern Cnllfornia for the past two days
on official business, returned Inst
Select I'icturesSiK-cinl Offerfng
JULIA DEAX & EDWIX ARDEX
Tho Reels or Fun
Admission 10 & 25 cento. Show
Starts 7:30 and 0:15.
Cashier Leslie Rogers of the First
j National Bank returned last evening
from San Francisco and other Cali
fornia points where he has been on
business for the Bank,
See Charles S. Hood, Klamith
Agency, the real estate agent. -Ho
win write your contracts ana mien
legal papers. 12-tf
speed, and now that the wur 13 over.1
these fnrllltics will not bo allowed to
go to waste. ,
In Snn Francisco, tho harbor board
recently announced plans for nxton-'
slvo reconstruction of piers and ware-'
houses. Plans for nn ubsorbtlon of,
tiMial port charges by division of
overhead expense brings to the front,
the freo port movement, n subject.
which now looms large In lelntlnn to,
See Clillcote Jt Smith for fire, life, J
accident and health Insurance. 638
J fain street. . 24
Quality -Value -Service
THREE FACTORS THAT SHOULD
DETERMINE WHERE YOU SHOULD
HAVE YOUR SHOE REPAIRING DONE
First We use only the highest grade material, and
employ only best skilled labor. That is why we
do QUALITY REPAIRING.
'Second VALUE means most QUALITY at lowest
'' consistent prices. We are out of the high' rent
district at 727 Main street. That is why we can
give you the MOST VALUE.
Third SERVICE is something not to be overlooked.
It is ari established policy with us to supply, to
please you, and cater to your wants FIRST.
That is why you can come here expecting
T SERVICE, and get it.
THE MODERN SHOE STORE
GEO. W. BRADLEY, Mgr. 727 Main St.
"THE GOOD HAD MAX"
A Hushing old Fashion Thriller of
Western Life uitli Lots of Laughter,
t Also '
Hearwt Pathe X'cus Latent of
I Current Events.
i Admission 10 & 13 cents Mntince
I . 2.0. Ereninss 7:. to A ' 0.
i Do Not Discard Your Broken
I We have with us Mr. Carl Schu
(bert, who has Just returned from the
survive ui iua uiiiiuu oiuiea, wuii ubw
and flp-to-date methods in acetylene
welding. Mr. Schubert has an A-l
classification from the war depart-
, ment, so that in soliciting your work
we feel wo can guarantee satisfac
tion. Give us a trial.
422 Klamath Ave,
.MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TUESDAYS AXD SATURDAYS
I have at my place one muley red
and white spotted cow, branded OK
.on right and written N on the left
hip ,and pitchfork on left rib; left ear
cropped, under half crop and upper
slope on right ear. Owner pleafcu
call and get cow and pay charges.
CHAS. H. FLACKUS,
3-10t Dairy, Ore.
"THE nEST IX PICTURES"
H. W. POOLE, Owner
Starring Charming Jewel Carmen"
Hungry Lions in a Hospital
n "THE MILLION DOLLAR DOLLIES"
Featuring the Famous "Dolly Sisters"
and a Screaming Comedy, as Usual
Admission 10c and 20c
A child accompanied by par
ent admitted free with a 20c
ticket, except Saturday night
and Sunday night,
This Theater now properly
Heated and Ventilated.
Fumigated every night
the commerce of all ports. t
According to Robert Dollar a
shipping authority, Pacific shipping'
by America will como Into keen com-,
petition with Japan. "Japanese uhlp-j
owners," ho said, "have -made enor-j
nions profits during the war, lliere-1
foro that competition will bo hacked i
by plonty of money, supported by
subsidies for shipbuilding and for
carrying by malls, ndvantnges which
Americans will bo forced to combat."
With the recently announced re-'
Tloaso by the United States Shipping
Board of all requisitioned ships, nnd i
the turning over to privnte Interests
of government owned vessels, many
of the larger lines engaged In Paci
fic coast and 1'nnnma Cailal trade
are planning early. resumption of In
Dr. John M. Tutt, C. S. B.
of Kansas City, Missouri
Member of the Board of Lectureship of the
Mother Church, The First Church of .Christ,
Scientist, in Boston, Mass.
HOUSTON'S OPERA HOUSE,
AT EIGHT O'CLOCK
The Public is Cordially Invited to be Present
Men nro beginning to talk about
Colonel Rooseveft's probable succes
sors, but the number required to tako
his place Is not mentioned. Toledo
Get n Htnndard policy
Clillcote & Smith agency.
IIO.VT SUFFER! I.VSTAXT RELIEF
FOLLOWS A RUIIIIIXO WITH
OLD "ST. JACOBS LIMMKNT"
And apparently tho kaiser bel
ter nil ultli tho blues In Holland than
hit would lio with Hn) rods In i rlln
Philadelphia I'ublln Lodger
It isn't ccouoiii) mill It
Nn't vt lie to buy nnj thing
hut the best in drug'.
Wo hate gained llm con
fidence of our customers by
bulling drugi of the highest
quality only. You cannot
buy iiny other kind here,
'nnd j on nro nlwiijs safo
mid sure Hint nothing hut
the best drugs will lu mild
In this fttoio.
"Adler-l-kn Is tho only iiicltclns
for run on the stomachi I mm r had
m much relief with any meduino I
would nut tako $25.00 for tli relief
one bottle of Adlnr-i-ku gao nu 1
ciuinot gut ilo no riicommendliiK It."
(Signed 1 II 1,. Ulcks, Ashley III
Aillcr-l-ka expulK ALL nnd
HountesH. ItemovcM ALL foul intter
which poisons Hystom. Often ( i HI'S
constipation. Provonts ntoii'ii Ills
Wo hnvo sold Adler-l-kn mnn cars
It Is niulxturc of buckthorn, (.incurs,
glycurino and nluo other slmpln '"H
Whitiniiii Drug Co, Adv
RIX'KAIID ItKNT 8KR H K
Mght I'liono 1115
rV; KLAMATM FALLS OREGON in?
Stop "dosing" rhoiimntlsm
It's pain only; not one cise in
fifty rerjulres Internul treatment. Hub'
soothing, jionotrutlns "8t. .IncoN ' ?. .
Liniment" right on thu "tender snot,"j
nnd Ly the time you ny JncU Itobln- J ,
rcn out comes tho rho'imatlu puln
and (f?streBs, "St, .Tutolii Llnlineul"
cnnrjnorH pain! It Id a harmless rheu
niallsm llnlmont which novor illsnp
points and doesn't burn thu skin
It tfkes pain, BornnoM and nil f f nuns
from aching Joints, mui:los nnd
bones; stops sciatica, lumbago, back
ache, notnalfila and roducca swelling.
Limber up! Oct u small trial bot
tle of old-time, honest "St. Jacobs
Liniment" from any drug toro, anil
In a moment you'll bo freo from pains
aches and stiffness, Don't' Buffer!
Rub rheumatism riway, Adv.
Cement Woik of nil Kinds
Let Me' Make You an
W. D. MILLER
lamb or cold
meats. It is
fruit flavors in essence
form, in vials. Each is so
rich in condensed fruit
juice that it makes a real
fruit dainty. Yet they cost
no more than old-style
iO Flavor, at Your Grocer'
3 Packagt for 35 Cent .
FFRXIl I7FR Increase Crop Yield 50-200 percent. Murphy Feed & Seed Store
Mmdm m A MM ftjtr il 4M m 124 South Sixth Street. Phone 87