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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 21, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
j, m u n n a v
Published dally except Sunday by
The Herald Publishing Company of
Klamath FaIIs, at 116 Fourth itrtet.
Entered at the poBtoIBce at Klam
ath Fnllsi Ore., for transmission thru
the tnnlls ns second-class matter.
Subscription terms by mall to any
address In the United States:
Ono yoar . ..... . v 15.00
Ono month .......... 50
Member of the Associated Pre
can better bo settled between (he con
flicting Interests themselves. The
statement has been made that no
agreement can be reached that carti
be enforced. Yes. there can be. There
are two methods the banks and the J
governments The banks hold the'
purse strings. The stockman who
would violate an agreement would be
In a position where he could not get(
a dollar to carry on his operations
unless the banks said so. Reach nn i
agreement and let the banks ba the
trustees for the enforcement of It. i
The other, and by tar the less satis.'
factory, as well as tho most danger
ous. would be the throwing of all ol
the grating land Into a go eminent
rosene. Thli would mean moro gov
ernment men and government regul
ation and much as we despise both.
LITTLE SIDELIGHTS ON LOCAL HAt TUNINGS
AMONG THE I'KOPI.K OK THIS CITY AND VICINITY.
GOINGS AND COMINGS OK I OCA I. FOLKS
C M. Wo iron In
visitor fiom Illy.
a County seat
Ptesldent George Ot field or the
Khunnth Irrigation district was In
town rtfrdiiv nn mnttnra of Inml.
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j, ' " .. . -..- "-0-- iivaa iiviii iiiv iuviiiii uidiiivu
irom uomueiu, .evnua.
The Winnek Co., Inc.
t 426 Main Street
Mr. nud x.Mrs, H. Hundley arrived
last night from Seattle.
K. M. Wlllliuns is here on matters
of business from Oakland.
.Mr. ana .Mrs. u siocuor wno nave v
been in Klnmntn Falls for u short t
msii irom the Fort Kinmatn district I I
Tho Associated Pres3 Is exclusively
entitled to the use for ''republication
of nil news illsn.itrh.io rrpillteil to It
or not otherwise credited In this pa-' we would willingly bow to them If
per, and also local' news publiihod tne stockmen were satisfied.
Jl0AiIin' . ... ......, . ! Such a program could be arranged
All rights of .republication of pe-l . ... . ,.. ,, ,
Clal dlsnatches heroin ar also r.- a ,0 sett for aU Ume the ranK
served. question. The sheep Industry would
be placed on a permanent basis and
those engaged In It could plan for
the future accordingly. The cattle
men would Know Just what they
could expect, and both guard the
range against outside Interference.
FRIDAY, FKIJRUARY 21, 1010
THB HKRD LAW
Mr. and Mrs. M. Martin left for
Illy on the stngo this morning.
Tho Misses Mamio and Fern Lecver
are city guests today from Medford.
K fviuifmnn nml Vlptnr MUlor wpri
passengers this morning on the stage! "jKht to take up hor profession hero.
Jor niy s'ie stopping at the White Pelican
Mrs. V. Hamilton was a passenger
left for their home this morning.
Mrs. I, Icuuhower who has beeu
here for u few duys nt the home of
hor son Gcorgo II. Icenhowcr, loft
for her homo nt Ashlnnd this morn
ing. Miss Agnes M. Flynn, a registered
nurso arnveu nom Portland last
on tho train this morning for Weed, I , K. K. Casseb of l.os Angolet and 0
Klamath County does not want any T "en men ot tne strong eharac
herd law. Such a measure would be tora found amK stockmen
ns ruinous to the cattle Industry aa' would ..rather fight and lose, than to
the Jlerryman bil to the sheep in-! show 'Indications of bending, but It
diiRtiy. and the Horald will leave ma wno cn rte to "e
nothing undone to defeat such a occasion and meet his opponent half
liljl, should the legislature undertake wr nd that ,a wnat the Herald
to foist such an iniquitous law upon!hPM botn al4s win do ,n tn,s ,n"
the people of 'this state. Millions of" stance. This fa a county row. Let us
dollars are at stnke in Klamath coun- ettle it at home. Don't endanger
ty when such a bill Is conslrered. the stock interests of the state and
t'nder the terms of any such a law it county by throwing a fire brand Into
would drive practically every catle-1 tQ3 Powder barrel. If there is any
man out of business and it it Is thei thing the Herald can do to ld 1n a
intention of anyone interest, sheep ! solution of the question it standi
or otherwise, to undertake to put'rc3dJr l0 d0- nd " hHves n the
such a bill Into effect, then we are8lockmen on botl stdes are no !c3
ns much oposed to that Interest as!de,!jroua of Promoting the InteroMs
we have been opposed to the herd ' of the county..
law or the Merrymnn bill. The Her-'
aid believes the day of retaliation laj OREGON WOMAN IS
must bo no revenge. It calls for 'PRIZE CORRESPONDENT
clear-headed, cool, calculating busi-l PENDLETON, Feb. 21. During
ness judgment and consideration, ' the war Mrs. C. F. Daniels wife of a ,
nud anyone who advances any other! well known 'Pendleton farmer, car
policy is an enemy to all of the in-tried on a correspondence. with 98 dif
teresls concerned and should not be j ferent Umatilla county boys in the
listened to. -This 'is not a'time for J service. In doing this she has written
-agitators nor hot heads to take the more than 1700 letters to them. Dur
floor and they must not be permitted , ing the last 12 months she has writ-
to do fo. ten an even thousand letters and sent
Judgo Baldwin offers a construe- 898 packages. This Is probably the
tivo suggestion a get-together pol- record for correspondence with sol-
' .J, A. I'l'lt'lB 111 I.l I'HBU I 01IH, I'Ul- fc
I tie buyers who have been hero for X
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Peel left for the past few dnys left for outside
their home at Worden today after n points this morning. J A
short lsit here. ! ., . ... , . . . 'X
j Jl. E. Wolfdrd, who conducts a ?
Luke Walker has returned to mercantile establishment at Ynlnux .5.
Klamath Falls after a short business Is In the county scat with Mrs. Wol-
visit In San Francisco. ford tor a short visit. They are t
. . . ,, guests at the Hotel Hall.
Mrs. Louh Bradford left on the'
train this morning for a brief lilt J. M. Manning, father of Attorney
with frlnmta nt Ashland. i H. M. Manninc and a nloneer of this
district left on tho train this morn- V
Mrs. J. T. Blllingsley Is in the (nR for Albany, Oregon whore he ex- A
cii) lor u it uujn nuiii iuu miiiufivv pects to spenu several monms. . x
ley ranch In I.angell Valley.
Mies T.nrlnrln "M Snuhor who Is X
D. L. V. Watson Is In the city on omployod.by tho Indian Service nt the !
matters of business for a short time Klamath Agency Is Jn the County -A
from Rochester. New Vork. i gPut for a brief visit. She came in X.
Chas Malonc of San Francisco was '?." nml in stop"1,,B nt ,he ""-J
the train arrivals last nigiu.
He is a guest t the Hall Hotel. p Sain Courtney is horo on mattors
of business for a few days from Lan-
See Charles' S. Hood. Klitm-ith gell Vjley. He reports that tha
Arenrv. the real estate aennt. Ht ground has been given a much need-
will write your contracts and Jther ed souklng In that district by thef
legal papers. U-tt rplns and snows of the past month.
Mrs. William Craudull who for a.
S ChUcots & Siulth for fire, life, number of years oeruted the Wash-
a1.1ab lianltl. ItidllnnllAA IIQQ 4 l... I i . t li.. ....I ...l.. '
tviucui (tin iicwim ihihiwu. v lugiou riuuae m una my uiiu wo 4
now resides In tho Tulu l.ako dis
trict is In Klamath Falls for a short!
1 tlnio on business and pleasure.
ley. His suggestion should be heeded. Idler and sailor boys.
He is on the ground and in close Mrs. Daniels was prompted to take
touch -with the sentiment among the, up this form of service by a, letter
legislators, a sentiment that often from her own son, who Is in the serv
docs not make its appearance on the i ice, and bad writtenof how some of
surface until It is too late to direct the boys had no one to write them
it into the proper channels. He says
there is danger of a herd law, and
those who Anow him, sey he would
not express such a warning If there
is not imminent danger of such a
law. That being the case, it would
and of how letters were appreciated.
Just now Mrs. Daniels is worried
over the disappearance ot Raymond
Ross of Gibbon and Pilot Rock, who
It is unofficially reported' has been
wounded, He was In Co. G, 364 lu
be wise for- the local stockinet! to I fantry, and her last letter to that ad
get together, appoint committees and J dress has been returned.
settle their differences among them.
selves. Let them advlso the repre
sentatives In Salem to drop all legis
lation as it affects Klamath county.
Drop 'be proposed bill to refer the
question to tho people of this county
for a vote. This Is a very unsatisfac
tory way to dispose of it. It is
fraught with too much danger. It
cannot possibly be settled in . this
manner satisfactorily to both sides. It
HUTCHINS FUNERAL MONDAY.
The funeral of the late John
Hutchlns is to be held, on Monday at
two o'clock at the Methodist Church.
The Reverend Simpson Hamrick will
have charge of th,e services.
.Get standard policy from the
ChUeoto Jt Smith agescy. 24
It's Satisfaction Thai Counts
IF YOU DEAL AT THE
IT'S "SATISFACTION OR MONEY BACK"
We sell nothings but good, honest and whole
some goods ,ahd always stand ready to back up
v The day we fail to give the best value
j for the money it the clay our business
will begin to go back. We know it
We solicit your business, and your safety is
guaranteed when entrusted with
The Sunset Grocery
912 Main Street. Phone 200
DANCING SATURDAY KVE.WXG
"HE COMES UP SMILING"
A Story filled uitii Unusual pep, mid
Lots of Athletic Stunts. i
Two Reels of Comedy
A nuif'ii Holmes Travelogue.
Admission 10 & 2." cents. Show
Starts 7:30 and 0:13.
"THE LURE OF THB CIRCUS"
One of the Gicatest Serials ever pro
duced. You sec Everything that
was eier in a circus. Taken
mid produced by Circus actors.
"In The Man From .Mexico" j
A Laugh From Start to Finish. '
Admiision It) & 15 cants Matinee
2..10. Evenings 7:30 & 0.
' A. J. Lyle, who formerly operated
the Hlackburn hospital in this city
any who left a shott time ago to to-
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litie 111 UCUIUC) una imutuvu lu im rf
cuy unu is iiieuuuK ib inuuus un inu i
street. Hs has no announcement to
make at this time concerning his fu-,
BEST CREAMERY BUTTER
Two large 10-oz. bars for
WHITE BEAR SOAP
Twenty bars for
Four boxes, 2,000 matches, for 25c
One and a half pound can
Five pound can . .
We have the follow
ing implements to
Tnu Olltor walking ilnv,t uMilu
One Oliver tulkay pluw, nod hot-
Tlirt-s Mulliis niilkej plow., it.il
On aus-lioma power gn iihIiip
Irfxik over )our monrr nml lei in
quote )ou prlriu on icpiilr imrtu,
)Oti Will nvs liy lookluu nftor tlito
TIiimc Implement hit bomjlilli.
fur thu ndvutica In prkw, mid Uil
be inlil At let tlinn iniiliufactiiruro
Y Mill tell Oitfiti uu wu) Irrinit to
TIGHT STARTED AGAINST
! f ADVANCED FREIGHT RATES.
' WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 21.
Grain growers of Oregon, Washing
The Winnek Co., Inc.
426 Main St.
J. M-ii or m T iXnd Em'f 4Zo Main at. rhone ,14 Klamath rails 9
and attack on the twenty-five per
cent Increase In the freight rates
from points In three states to Port
land. A restoration of the former
rates and reparation Is demanded.
Washington apples, $2.65 to $2.90
box. See Joe Emllng, Fifth street,
back of Star Drug Store. It
Five dollars will be awarded for
the best suggestion for a new fun-
. making feature for the Mardi Gras.
All ideas for aiding In a good, wholo
, some time are solicited. Address re
plies to postofflce box 214, city. 18-6t
TAFT'S VIEWS HAVE
WEIGHT AT CAPITAL
Coe's Jitney Service.
Night phone 147
RECKARD rent service
Night Phone 845
"THE. REST IN PICTURES"
H. W. POOLE, Owner
. "A SUCCESSFUL ADVENTURE"
Starring May Allison
"ALONZO'S WIGGLING DANCER"
Mack'Sennett Comedy '
Saturday Matinee and Evening
"MY OWN UNITED STATES"
With Mr. Arnold Daly
Admission 10c and 20c
A child nrromiMuiied by pur- T,,U Tet properly
ent udmltted frco with a 20c Heated nntl Ventilated,
ticket, except Saturday night
and Sunduy night. Fumigated every night
WASHINGTON. D. C. Feb. 21
Ex-President Taft's Indorsement of
the League of Nations constitution
was regarded hero as likely to have
considerable weight with Kopithllran
senators. Tho main point of differ
ence here vvns as to whether tho cov
enant will cause mil render of hoiiiu
of America's .sovereignty. Whllo
Bonio contended that the league con
stitution tends lo Infrlngo upon the
national constitution, there wan litUo
disposition to criticise openly.
The president's appeal to curb dis
cussion until ho arrives and confides
the inwardness of the document to
foreign relations committee members
served to stop much of the talk.
KAISER TO' UK TRIED
FOR STEALING AUTOS.
AMSTERDAM, Fob, 21.--Tho Ger
man government is considering 'the
question of putting the (Aknlscr on
trial, churged with stealing 13 atito
I mobiles and $150,000 Irom tho (lor.1
man treasury before he escaped Into
Holland, according to topic of Ger
man newspapers received l'oro.
MEATS MEATS " MEATS
FOR SERVICE AND QUALITY
The only up-to-date market in the city that is
equipped with cold storage rooms for the proper
handling of Fresh and Cured Meats.
SPECIAL PRICES FOR SATURDAY
AT OUR BARGAIN COUNTER
)n fclinulder ItonM
"" Veal Cutlet
" Vwil Hloak
.2.1c Vcnl Stew
Sirloin StcnkN .
Fresh Columbia River Smelts, 4 pounds for 25c
Crabs 25c to 30c Each
KLAMATH PACKING CO.
Phone 68 524 Main St.
That picture you are
going to send him. He
will wear it next his
heart, it means that
327 Main Street, opposite Court House
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BLATCHFORITS CALF AND LAMB MEAL Complete ilk m 'mu Feed a