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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 14, 1919)
FRIDAY, I'HIIHUAHY It, n
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Published dally except Sunday by
HeAld Publishing Company of
Kumatb. -Falls, at 116 Fourth street
Entered at tha postofflce at Klam-
Hon of nil these Interests, In spite ot I
the resolution of protest ot the city
council o( Klamath Falls, tor these
people recognized the danger ot such
n measure aud the financial loss it j
would be to Klamath Falls and '
Klamath County 1
Representative Mcrryman knew In
advance that the presence ot Hid,
' sheepman hero meant the eventunl '
erection of a scouring plant, ware
mtti.r bidklioiits on local nAiPENiNas
AMONG THE PEOPLE OK THIS CITY AND VICINITY.
OOINOS AM) COMING OF LOCAL FOLKS
' the making ot Klamath Falls ono of
II. C Nelson U here on matters of
business from San Francisco,
C. II. Kimball Is hero o nn short
business visit from Portland,
Mrs. G. O. Stqwnnl Is a guest at llioi
Mr. and .Mrs. V, C. Ornff were
BaaaetlatloB tarns by mall to any the sheep and wool centers ot tlio
address IB tha United States: ' west. Yet he has singled out his homo
n. . ce nn . . .. .
One month " 60 counly nUd w n0m Cll 7 ln O0V 'Mrs' "' " ra, n UW,J nl u, among yesterday's nriivals In Klam
una aaonm o joct of his shaft of destruction. .Hotel Hall Irom the Klamath Agency.! ,h Pnl. Thnv nrn rn.i.,.,i ,
Mrs. J. Lacoy, Dennis I.acey, Clias.
Duggan nnd Pete O'Connor are In the
county sent looking after business
interests trom Merrill
-. wtt ------ fc-
Mesaber of the Associated Press
K. A. Multlopn Is n recent arrival the Hotel Hall from Algoma
The Herald Is not posing as the
t-AiirAaanlilllvn rtf lha sllAADnifin TtlffV
Tlie Associated. Press is exclusively arc only an incident In the scheme of I" Klamath Falls from San Francisco.
S?tiVitit5ui!l,Vr orKTt development that Is in store for Klam-1 0; w. wimberly was among the
Sr not otSrwKredltcd in this , pa-' th F?s- " wou,d uke th 8me fain arrivals from nosebnrg.aast
ner.'nnd also local news published stand If a measure of similar Import n,Bnt iT - .
ki.J& " . rt.A aIihaiI n ia iitltla man thn ' , ' j. r "
nth Falls, They aro rogUtered nt
Where to Buy Your Butter
iAU rights of republication ot spo
il,, dispatches therein are also re
aerred. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY' 14, 1R10
ere aimed at the cattle men, the
, Representative Merry man ha
again .demonstrated his titter unfit
ness to represent Klamath County
and Southeastern, Oregon in the leg
islature. The first" concrete" evidence
of this fact was brought to the atten
tion of the people of this county when
he practically refused to join with
Setator Baldwin in, support ot the
'constitutional amendment permitting
the raising; of funds for the construc
tion of permanent roads. Pursulns
his characteristically vasclilatlng pol
icy, he raised a question as to the
wisdom of placing the limit at ten
Vercent. preferring to set up his Judg
ement against that of the people who
pay the bill and sent him there to
represent, them. Not once has he
1 teen to the situation and shown him
self lo be possessed of that keen in
terest and enthusiasm for the devel
"opmeni ot this county that a real
representative should nave Eo con
stricted have been his. ideas that he
"has not once made an impression up
"on tfie legislative program, nor been
"incidentally Identified with a single
constructive plan that has been be
fore the present session.
He wasent there to protect all of
the Interests of the section of this
.'state that he Is supposed to represent.
Every asaa who cast his ballot for
.his, election did so feeling a confid
ence U him that iustftled his act
and believing that when he went to
Salem he, would not permit Jiiiuself
.lo Jbefcorae the v representative of a
few to. the Injury of -the many. But
.he has betrayed this -confidence. He
lias .done that which, not another re
preentntlve In any legislature of the
JJatted States would do introduced
a bill whose sole purpose is the de
struction of an Industry that means
hundreds of thousands of dollars td
bis home county. This may seem un
.belleyable. For more than thirteen
'years we have known Dr. Merryman.
'We have numbered him among our
'personal friends. . We have felt that
be was all that bis constituents be-
-Ueved Him to be wnen they elected
him to represent them at Salem, and
it is with the keenest regret nnd dis
appointment that we have before us
"today the copy"of a bill that will drive
'.from Klamath- county every sheep
man, within Its .borders.
On February 11, Dr. Merryman In
troduced, a bill that provides that
"It. U , not lawful - to herd sheep
on 'the land or possessory claims
of otherpersons or to permit;
thf-m to graze within one mile of the
.dwelling house of the owner or own
ers of such, possessory-claims located
,wtthin Uie County of Klamath, State
If' that bill should become a law
Jt would destroy' the sheep industry
ot Klamath county. Under Its provf-
Is a guest at the Hotel Hall.
turned last night from Roseburg.
I where they 'have been for the paatJV1
I week visiting Mrs. Shepherd's par-' ;
I n W nrrlnl.l iimalilnnt nt llm V
Mtss Frftnces Heatty left rhls morn-1 Kl.TTunth Irrigation District is among'. &
Ing for Cottage Clroe whore she ex, the County seat visitor today from, A
pects to visit for the next two weeks.
Mr. nnd Mrs Dale Itlchards left
on the train thU morning for Cor-f Mr. and Mrs. F. U. Hullo ure down
for n brief vl.ilt In Klnmath Falls
timbci men, or anv bthei one indus
try of this county, it la, opposed to
this bill for It knows what it means
to the financial and material welfare
or Klamath county and Klamath
Falls, and A appeals even at this tale
day. to Dr. Merryman to cast aside
the pettiness or influence that has In-, J. K. Paddock of the Bonnnr.a tils-1
duced him to take this step and stand trict Is among the county seat visi- PI,ts
ueiuie ins wwuiucuia iiic muu ,iucj lurs ii"i 4t wwwiui io,,v.a i.......
believed him to be. It asks him
rsn to the occasion and bocomo the
representative qt his entire district,
to protect .the rights and interests
of the sheepman, the farmer, the '
business man, of all'who are .Identi
fied with this industry, to Join the
people ot tills city who are working
for a metropolis In Southern Oregon
and who are reaching out and holding
on to everything, that will aid in the
accomplishment of this purpose. We
are asking Dr. Merryman to go before
the committee to which this bill has
been referred.'tell the members there
of that his constltutents do not want
this special legislation and ask them
to klll'it. If he will do this, .then we
will believe his act. was one of mis
Judgement and not ot deliberate In-,
tent. Klamath county Is not in -need
of legislation that is not applicable to
the entire state. If this bill Is good
I for Klamath it is good for all of
I Eastern Oregon. If It is bad for any '
other section, then it is destructive
here. There are no peculiar condi
tions existing in Klamath that do not '
exist elsewhere, and it, therefore, be-
comes a duty of honor on the part
of Dr. Merryman not to-pick out this
county for such legislation.
llruco I.upton was a passenger this,
morning on the train for Wilbur V
Springs, California, where ho expects
to remain for' the next month. (&
Mr nn.l Mrs f!. W. Snndera and I Mrs. John I.owery who came 111 ', '
ii- ,-. -..i- -..i.... v.i. l from tonrrln lo liniir the Christian
aauytj icii mi- iuuiiiiuk ivu iiumu- - , -
torn Alslt with relatives. . science lecture oy ur. iuu ibsi eyen-
I ing, left for her home this morning, &
Miss Delia Waltz Is a Klamath!
Foils visitor today from Dorrls. She .Mrtanu airs. r;. i.oiiepnoru re- i
He Is a guest at the Hotel
vallts, vher they exjiect to remain In
C. F. FHnn of the Chlloquln Lum
ber Company came In jesterdny and
left this morning for San Francisco
DANCING SATURDAY KVENING
VALENTINES UP TO DATE.
D. W. GRIFFITH
"THE GREAT LOVE"
HENRY II. WALTHALL
I Anil the "Birth of the Nntlon" Cast.
A Story' of the Regeneration of
'. , Women by War.
'i'wo Reels of Cnmcdy
Adnrisslon 10X 25 cent. Show
Starts 7:30 and 9: IS.
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 14.
Thrift Stamps for valentines is the
slogan advanced by the War Savings'!
division of the Twelfth federal re
serve district. " j
, Here's their sample verse:
'To you with lots of love, I send this
little gift; 1
"My yalentinel hope yoVll be .vhen ' T E M P'L E T,H EATER
you see I'm strong for thrift," " TODAY
t "THE GOOD BAD MAN"
NEW MILLINERY SHOP TO OPEN ' A Dasliius old Fashion Tlirlller of
t Western Life itli Lots of Laughter.
I from Modoc Point. Mr. Hutto has
charge of the Indian experimental
farm at that place.
Mr. and Mis. W, D. MjUern were
passengers "this morning op the train
j for San Francisco. They, expect tb
.spend the next week on matters of
business and pleasure.
Mrs. Carrie A. Oearlty who has
been In the city for the last three
' days In the interest ot the Florence
Crlttenton Refuge Home at Portland,
' left on the train this morning for
j A large group ot School boys were
! at the depot this morning to say
. farewell to Miss Laura Hammer and
' Mrs. Dale Richards, their teachers
who have given up their work here
and are leaving the city.
! Miss Laura Hammer, who has been
instructor in mathamatlcs at the
, Klamath County High School for the
'past two years'and who has given up
her work here to go to France as in
structor for the refugeo children, left
, on the train this morning for Phlla
fdelphia, where she will take a course
of' training for this 'service. .
k, Here are the merchants who sell butter
' made by the Klamath Falls Croamery.
These are the men who are making it p9V
' sible for the farmers to sell their cream, to
patronize their home merchants, to keep
home industry going ,to employ home labor.
Show your appreciation by patronizing
them. There is not a working man in the
city but who should buy his butter from
these merchants they employ white help,
pay living wage, help us to do the same
thing. Patronize these merchants, for they
are the men who are helping to build up a
great city here: v
Hines announces he's going to car
ry out the policies ot McAdoo. Fine.'
Carry 'em out, and for goodness sake
don't bring 'era back. Knoxvllle
Journal and Tribune.
See Charles S. Hood, Klamath,
Agency for health and accident in-,
surance. . 12-tf i
Get a standard policy
Chllcote A Smith agency.
Heai-st Putlie News Iitestof
Current Events. -
Admission 10 & 15 cents Matinee
U.SU. Kvcnlngs 7:30 & 0.
See Charles S. Hood, Klamith
Agency, the real estate agent. He
will write your contracts and other
i legal papers. 12-tf
Do Not Discard Your Broken
Mrs. W. J. Harrington, formerly of
St. Paul, has leased the Bend Studio, i
519 Main street, and will run an up-!
to-date millinery store and beauty v
parlor. After a visit here last sum-,
mer with her sister, Mrs. Jesse Bailey, J
she was interested In Klamath Falls.'
Mrs. Harrington has been for several"
years with the leading millinery MPRPII I- OPPD A UHI IQFf welding: Mr. Schubert has an .A-l
F Rhd will nnnn immwi,ij a vw 1 , ,., m ., . .
ciassiucaiion irum me war ueyuri
MARSHF1ELD, Or., Fob. 1 1. At
a meeting of the Coos County Tax
payers' league, held in Mnrshtleld,'
ft was. decided to secure recall petl-
service of the United States, with new, tlons against County Judgo 'James,
and up-to-date methods In acetylene WntBOn and commissioner Archie
We have with us Mr.- Carl Schu
bert. who has Just returned from the
Tenth and Main Sts.
Next to Postoffice.
ROBERTS & WHITMORE
802 Main, Sixth and Main.
B. P. LEWIS,
Klamath Falls Creamery
! W. P. Johnson, Manager
Ah winter begins to bo a little rex-1
.tlvo on tlio lap of spring, soma peo
ple aro getting moro Interested In the
National Leaguo than In tlio I.ciruo
of Nations. L'olumbla Slate. '
T : : e ! ! ! . ; v
houses in the East. She will ODen
March 1st, with a full line of Eastern1
millinery- The store -will be known
as the Parisian Millinery. It I
OPEN FOR BUSINESS j
Now is your chance to get your'
auto repair work done, and done
right, at fair prices. Low rent, strict
attention to business, fast workman
simp, and thorough experience make
it possible for us to assure you satis
faction at prices that wont conilscate
your car. We also do general black-.
TUESDAYS. AND SATURDAYS
ment, so that In'sollcltlng your work
we feel we can guarantee satisfac
tion. Give, us a trial.
- 12-Ct 422 Klamath Ave.
smlthine and horseahnAine. An pt-
slons sheep could not be grazed m-ar . perienced sboer will put your horss
tl,A "iMBajwiAn lflfmn" Af nnvtno nn ' nn hla toot rtptit
w w.iw.., .... wu m.u bwv .JO,..
the "possessory claims'
utatler-whether that person lived
thereon or not. "Possessory claims"
fa"the Joker In this bill and is put
tberf with the deliberate Intent nnd
purpose of forcing the sboapman to
v-mere. Dr. Merrymon knows this and,
..If, be does not, then he had no right
t to Introduce a bill with the effects of
which be is not fully familiar He has
fathered this measure and iimat
jshmjlder the responsibility. If it be-
e(,aj'es"a'law It will lose to the tax
.rolto of this .county property to the
"value, of over a million dollars. It
will take from the business men ano
farmers money that represents nearly
"" aaj7mftCIrannually, for it Is a well
ksfewiffact that thesemen keep their
2iiiieyit'lieme and are liberal spend-
en. It will, take from tha farmers
of Um Merrill-Malln section a market
tr;tW'J that thU year proved
jiVOadaand to many of them. How
- would hay in the Merrill sec-
.istoirbtiWWtli' today if the sheepman
wstwsarts MMT to feed It? That bill
Iwm lB4JrM JPte o the opposl-
All work strictly guaranteed.
SIXTH STREET REPAIR SHOP
7-6t eod LOPER & POUTER.
RECKARD RENT SERVICE
Night Phone S4S .
New City Laundry
We Ouarantte Our Work.
Shirts and Collars Liundsred.
We also wash silk, wool, and col
ored gods very carefully. Try us
I once and be convinced. Our price
are right Rhone 1M.
127 Fourth Street
ack of First National Bank
"THE BEST IN PICTURES" .
H. W. POOLE! Owner
TONIGHT " '
"THE MILLION DOLLAR DOLLIES"
Featuring the Famous "Dolly Sitter"
in Their First Photoplay
Funny Ford Sterling in
"HIS BLIGHTED CAREER
Warren Kerrigan in
"THE TURN OF A CARD"
Special Saturday Matinee- Valentine Day Number -
SUNDAY v .
William Farnum in Victor Hugo Masterpiece
Admission 10c and 20c
A child accompanied by par
ent tidniitted frco with a .30c
ticket, oxec-pt Saturday night
and Sunday night.
This Theater now properly
Heated and Ventilated.
Fumigated every night
Philip of North Bend. The league
also went on record nsklng the court
to provide a special accountant to ex
pert the road funds nnd expenses of
the past few yeurs, with a view to
submitting the findings to the next
grand jury session.
T "ANYWHERE IN THE CITY
' REASONABLE BATHS
Ladies' & Men 's
MADE TO ORDER
BKST OF WORKMANHIUP
PERFECT FIT OUAItANTEIOD
Prlros nre tcry rrnionnhlo
Your inspection Invited
Chas. J. Cizek
AIH Main St.
II Isn't economy and It
Isn't wine to buy mi) llilng
bill Hie beat In ilmu.
Wc jinve gained the ton
flilciico of our ruitouirr lX
hulling drug of Hie l!lett
quality only. You (atiimt
buy nny other kind here,
nnd you lire alunj- info
mill sure Hint uutlilug bat
the best drug nlll be M
In till store.
Wv, KLAMATH TAOS OREOOMtfkij"
YOU'LL LIKE IT, TOO
mSffiiU IR PFRTII I7.FR
The Sunset Grocery
Increase Crop Yield 50-200 per cent.' Murphy Feed & Seed Store
1 : , 124 South Sixth Stret. Phone V
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