Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 28, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
nmuv, i"i;iim ww H
The Evening Herald j !J
j. ai u it n v
It will bo a ro-blrlh not only
tlio Commercial Club tint also of
Klumotli county, a re-awakenlng of
the spirit of hopefulness and belief
In the greatness of our city and coun
ty that has been dormant for the past
Published dally except Sunday by1 ,"....
The Herald' Publishing Company erf,10" JL0,S'
Klamath Falls, at 116 Fourth stroel i - .
1 It would not be a bad Idea If the
Entered at the postofllce nt Klam- iitv council would dig up that pro.
nth Fulls, Oreo-for transmission thru ,,0,jton of the Kern Brothers to sell
the malhas second-class matter- ) tMf pMfir ,,,, , 0l0 clty nnJ
examine it at us ince vniue. mis
MTTt.K HIDKI.KIMTS ON LOCAL Il.l I'KNINOS
AMONU TIIK PKOl'I.K OF TIIIH CITY AND VICINITY.
(101 NOS AND COIIN(iS OF I.OCAI. FOI.KH
Chas. Zwetbol Is hern on matters
of business from lleddtug.
Curl Silvers left today, for San
- ... - .A lA I. tl.tlMlnAA fltM .1 ! Ii.lt
address in the Unltod States: cu5 ,s '" nepu "' ",OM! ""l, l "I ,um"" ".'"' " "
One month ..
Subscription terms by mall to any
' ': -50 PVilter "lallt' aml ,h0" T" -l1.1 -.She city for a shortNlme from AN
'a ueuer nine iu cuiniuciivc wuiiv uh
Member of the Associated Press ! both than during tho coming sum-, K na" ,
The Associated Press Is exclushely '"or. It would be a good business toj Herthn" Lewis Is registered nt the
entitled 4to the use for republication buy a going concern like the Kern) Hnll Hotel today from lliitlmorc,
ot all news. dispatches credited to ll Brothers' plant, when It can show i Maryland.
or not otherwise credited In this pa H f, of oxer telve thousatld dol- - -
VJJn " "' 1ew,J,,lMhhc,l,.1M j oar Dig It out. gentlemen. A. I). Iloniakbr Is transacting bu-
AH rlghls ot republication of ,p-'ml see If It is not worth your trou"JP ' K,h Fs r rr"m
clal (tflspatche. heVein are also te-ble. . his homo atniy. -
l tiltttiu nrvix'il la ivtinuih miui
FRIDAY, FKIlltCAKY 28, l!l!t
i The best Indication thattClamat
: Falls is to be a nveiy city mis year from chlloquin. today
, Is the fact that the present snow
Charles Uiiggnu Is among tho
County Kent vlsltois tioiu the Men HI
district. He Is a guest at the Hall
W 0. Folsom and his sister Miss A
FoUom left this mornluK for Midland
after"' a shoit visit III Klamath Kails
Mr. and Mrs. -William Wot don and
f'linlly returned to their homo at
Worden this morning after, a short
Manager (loorgc- Walton of the
California, Oregon Power Cojupany
left this morning for Yreka for a
short- visit. " -t
Malt Kgan, of tho Algoma 1, timber
ramTTTTCJ Mhitirm - ,., win,, ,'LL
Saturday, March 1st
AT MOOSE HALL
Monday, March 3d"
Tuesday, March 4lh
OIWJANl.INO FOIt DKVKl.Ol'MKNT s,orm 1,as not hatl " ch,11InK cfet
on development plans that have been
William Skeen Is
I business interests In Klamath Falls Com;)nny- Ls , "tll0 clty tlTny fr,
J that point. Ho Is a guest nt the White
Marvin Cross, a sjockmnn of Hie Pelican Hotel. "
I Uly section Is looking after buslnwsi ,. . .. TllolnB, stansble who
under consideration for sometime. If Interests at tho County stat,. Lhavo.been visiting relatives here from
William Snow was among the out- j Nebraska, lert. for their homo there
Kolng train passengers this inorning.i tl'ls iiioinlng. s.
He left for California points. , Jll1(fe cnrj. sl ,!iylicr wh0 ,,as
II. M. Wenzell. an official of the heenjioio for a few" da s on matters
Southern Pacific Company. i In the .of business from Portland, loft for
Tho nuslnoss Men's association all the construction work now con
Bounded a clarion call when It placed templated gets under way there will
Itseltiou record, a being in favor of be erected more buildings In this city
the revival of the Chamber of Com- during the next nine months than
meice, or Commercial Club. This theie have been for the past ten
decision was reached, after aipex-, jears. (tnd they will be of such-a
tended discussion, during which character as to take us out of the
there was not a single wor,d uttered two and three-story class.
in opposition to the reviving, of a S
commercial, organization, whose work The resolution Introduced by Sena,
shall be Jhe promoting of the gener. tor Ilaldwin ought to wake up the
al development of the County. There powers that be In Portland and West-fUrance
were .pome who believed that this em Oregon to the fact that the peo
work ahould be carried on by the pie in this section of the state dre
lluslness Men's Association, since it going to demand recognition when It
Is Identical with, their alms, but an comes to the expenditure 'of the mil
The chance of n lifetime to enjoy yourself.
Come, tuu! show by your presence thrU you want
this made an annual event.
Dancing every evening, nccoinpunioil by all.kinclo of amusements and Bnmes
Special lunch served throughout lite' evening Good MusicLots of Fun. '
Come Help Make the Celebration
a Memorable Event
CABIN ON LOST
SHIP IS FOUND
city for a shott time from Sacramen (IIU( t"'" 's moining.
See Charles S. Hood,
Agency tor health and accident it
I Miss Esther Oennisoii was a pas
senger on tho train this morning for)
Klamath willqws. California, whero alio ex
pects lo visit frionds and iclatlves.
I analysis of ttye-workjf both'orgjinl- lions appropilated by the last legls-l
latidia'dSveloped the"fact tliat there lsture'. x j
are many thlngsthat mlist be hand- ""
led Dytbe-buslness men themselves, How soon is It going to be "Klam
' that: have to plice In a commercial ath Falls, California?"
clutffttich, for instance as the hours J
of closing and kindred subjeets.'and glQ TRACT NEAR
. It waj thlsv that decided them to
pledge their(i?uppqrt to a Commercial ' BEND WITHDRAWN
Club. T, ' '
Il wasailse move nnd one that'
willrmeet the ocrdlal support of the' FIEND, Feb. 27. Approximately
entile county. Klamath needs an or-' SO, 000 acres of land, including the
gunlptlon that will Include within i Itenhani Falls irrigation storage re
lls membership not only the business fservolr site, have been withdrawn
men, but practically every i resident. from entry according to United States
Every workingman should belong to Land Commissioner EllLs, The land
a Commercial Club, for the reason lies northeast of this city and was se
thaC one of the chief objects of such ' gregated In connection with the Carey
Is to bring to the city manufacturing project 12 years ago. The 'Central
establishments. It s but a very short Oregon Irrigation company failed to
time since the approach of winter do anything toward Its development
brought with- it business stagnation, and it was finally opened In part for
fir mthe reason tWre were no factor, homesteads two years ago. It is be-i
lea to employ labor, during the'wlnter lieved here that Us reclamation will
month. After the. coming of the follow the new order.
- Kwauna Box company. It was quick- 0 ' i
Z 1v rapmrnlrorl ihnf it -vra nnuM rlitnll.
cite, its payroll.- there would be no BOLSHEVIKISTS AGAIN ,
OAXCIXO SATUHDAY KVKMXfi
Sle-t Picture Con'l'nition.
"THK COOK OF THE YUKON"
IlOltKUT AV. SERVICE.
niG MITCH LEWIS
Star of the Rarrier anil Rnr Slinlor.
A Stirring Fnscinntlng & Might' ,
Drama of the Far Xortl).
Two Reels of Fnn, in "Mr. Hrtgs
Closes the House."
Admission 10 it 23 cents. Slioir
Stnrts 7:30 and 0:15.
Mrs. Anna Hatch, a representative
of the Ilutterlck Company, who ha
been in Klnmnth Falls for a few days
left this morning for points' In the
I Mr. and Mrs. J. L. High who reside
, on a ranch near Dorrls and who n6 j
! been In Klamath Falls for a short '
I'OUTKItFOIlU, Ou-Koti. Ftl is
A ships ejliln hearing the name of
i (leorgo l.oomis has been found on
the beach near heio and Is tii'ilose.t
to bo the llrst definite liulh ii"n if
that oil tanker whlih as lait nc-n
lit a heiy storm oTf the tJrt-on
Co.ist gevcr.il weeks "go II Is Ium.i
ed that the steamer sank with a l"i
of all on board.
Mardl Crm, Maturda
visit leturned to their homo thl.i
Cet a Mniiilarri polloj
Chllrote V .Smith agent).
i UXF, Meredith, ftithcr of Mrs John
, Hutchins of this rlty who came here
shortly following tho revont, denth of t
Mr.kHutchlns,- started Jiack to Harp-1
er Kansis this -morulug. v
W. 1). Campbell, left this morning;
for his homo at I-orelln after a short
business visit. Ho will leave Mrs.
" Campbell, who came In with him, for
a visit-with relatives hoie.
"Jlmmle" Ryan who U In charge
of the inmbermans' Headquarters
here, left this morning for Sua Jose,
California, wheie he expects to visit
for a few days with J. 1T. Minor.
ASK HELP OF
rin.M'r piano wlt'imll imIN oi'ialomilt l n ,v ,J
SHEPHERD PIANO DEPOT ,
Nri" tloor Potolllie
Mardl Grns, Saturday, Monday ami
dullitimes.ln Klamath Falls, and thlsj REPULSED WITH LOSSlT EMPLE THE A-T E Rrl,'n,,er' -1
una vecu uviiQ bci ciartjuira, hjlu liic
lesults that business is good fer:
twelvemonths ln.lhe year., This has ARCHANGEL, Feb. 28. Bolshe--beefi
beneficial not only'to the busi- ikl troops, last Monday attempted
ness interests, but it has been bene. t counterattack, against the newly
ficlal to the laboring man; for It' has gained allied positions on tho, Mur
created n market for his services. raan front but' were repulsed with
Tbo"blgger the demand, tho better It Ileav' losses. The enemy, used an
will "be for him." if we had a dozen armored train In their Ineffectupl ef
box factories here, his chances for fort
employment would bo increased that ,
number of times. That is why he OREGON CASUALTY WST TODAY.
should get' back- of- a Commercial '
Club'jfjust as he expects the business I'rlvate Oscar Olton, Portland, kill-mnn,to-get
back of It; It makes him p1 " action.
a factor In tho community, he he
See Charles S. Hood, Klamath
Agendy, for Indian gra-sln lands and
comes interested in Its growth and
In a short time he will have hl.s name
on its tax rolls.
What Is true of the laboring man
13 also fiue of the farmer, the doc
tor, lawyers every resident of the
county. Every' dollar added to the
payrolls of this county brings a direct
return to every resident of Klamath
'county, and If this fact Is kept In
mind and every one will work for his
own (selffati Interest If lie can't be
induced' to 'do so from a public spirit
ed point of view he will lend his
' moral and financial support to any
organization that has for Its object a
bigger .sfud better. Klamath county.
There Is much work at hand right
now'for a Commercial Club. One of
the first, and one of the most Impor
tant' will 'be tlto move started by tho
Jluslness Men's Association to bring
about a resumption of construction
work on the Natron cut-off and next
the building of the Modoc oNrthern.
If these two things can be accomplish
ed, vye will have u city of twenty-five
thousand people here in five years.
Plans nre now under way for the
.railing o( p liilbllc meeting some af
ternoon'"l'n the near future, nt which (
the Yfqw, Commercial ' Club will be
" launcii'ed. 'It will call for the Hosing1
up df 'stores and1 the suspension of
nil business operations for a few,
hours' and "It will call for the attend'
Sec Cliilcote & Smith for fire, life,
accident and health insurance. 038
.Main street. 24
ance'of every man, woman and child
In tie city, as well as those who can
get through the' mud from tho coun-
JUST A FEW
"Best Meat at
SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY
Nice, Fnt, Mllk'Fert Veal
I.i'X and lioin Rousts 113c
Veal Stealth and liiu C'hopx 27c
Shoulder Rousts Oc
Shoulder Chops , 22c
Breast of Veal, with pocket
for Mulling ? 18c
Veal Slew , .'I"c
Fresh Columbia River Smelt
4 pounds for 23c
Phone Your Orders
"THE MAN FROM" MEXICO"
HeiUt-t Pathc News Latest Current
Admission 10 & in cet.ts Matinee
2.30. Eienliigs 7:. 10 &9.
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TUESDAYS AND SATURDAYS
' Merrill, Oregon
Mardl Gras, Saturday, Monday and
'of iiititirpanud in'ii.-i,,m unj tu
i adopted without a u wnllni! wlce.
1 Tito adoption r 'h- platform fol
lowed n ilrtimntir . i--hi in hlth
his umliiiMirc, Cm il tml JnniM 01b.
bona, gill-lieil lit tho . rl-t robci of
His offlrn n n puiio -r the Cailiollc
Church iitid In a i that qunfrfj
pnrlly on ni-coiiu' "i ids unrabl
yc.ir, p renin tod i ttttion to plar
lli'laud's plen beftn I'rfmliloitt Wil.
ton and llio I'nlled stitw sotb-
i int'iit tor a fiiltlilniiiii o lutlonil
I'llll.AliKI.IMIIA, l-Vb. 27. -:Thu pltili;e mutru dum . Hiclr ilmult
loiiMMitton of tin! Itlih raco ins for world ilnimuri ami Jiiitlc io
.dopted a idtitform of Keir delormln- """!t I'eui'lt's.
iiilon fur lieland Tint platform,1 " "" ".
whl.h Is baMMl in flv,. premises, was oo Chorlw a Nooil. hUmh
TISMSOR.lSHi:oiTi:. llli:i rend h.-foie thtmsaiidi of delmsutefl (V,J, wy1) (r tim(r,, t an,i xhir
ALL NIGHT IN PAIN GUNS no n the Anidcun of MilsIc amid a scene pnnl unnorH IMt
POUNDS. ' - .
MRS. CLARKSOa HAD lllll.l'.MA.
- Chili Con Carne
211 E. Oth. Solicit Home Trade
, "THE REST IN PICTURES'"
1 H. W. POOLE, Owner , -
Bert Lytell in
"NO MAN'S LAND"
ir From the Novel by Lewis Joseph Vance
Matinee and Evening
' "PRISONERS OF THE PINES" -
Starring J, Warren Kerrigan
A Stirring-Story of the Big Woods -
Extra Comedy for the Children
Mutt and Jeff and Charlie Chaplin
Admission 10c and 20c
A child ucrompanlpl by 'par
ent admitted frco with n 20c
ticket, except Snturdaynlght
and Sunday night,
This Theater now jiroperly
Heated nnd 'Ventilated.
Fumigated every night
'My gain of thirty pounds In
weight during the past few weeks
Just speaks olumes for Tanbr." said
Mrs. Catherine CI:irkon. lesldlng at
2410 College St. Kansas City. Mo
"Thero has been such a pronounc
ed change In my condition." she con
tinued, "that my friends rcudll) no
tice it and-apeak of it. Of course. I
think my Increase In weight Is won
dorful, and 1 am proud of It, hut the
benefit I appreciate most Is my relief
from suffurlng. I have been a litlin
of rheumatism for tur-nty-nlne years,
and only those affllitcd tho same way
can know tho agony I suffered. Hur
ting dump weather nnd Just hefon t
lain shurji pains would -shoot all tin u
my body, but It was In my Icnccs I
suffered most; My right Knee, es
pecially, has been ho hwoII'-u, sllff
and painful during the pjHt two yeais
I hut 1 could not bend It I had to
have a steel 'brace made to fit this
knee so I could walk around. Thf
ligaments and lenders wcii drawn
until my knees wer' out of shape and
1 have riled all nit; lit long many a
night with pain. I have often thought
my rheumatism was caused by roiutl
patlou.iis I havn always been troub
led more or.losH In this wn, Inning
lo take s'oincjthlng constantly I also
lost weight a ltd my geiiPi-il health
become very bad, and whlli. I just
tiled everything nothing gave mo
''One day I road a stitunicnt imido
by a Hdy living on Prospect Avenue
telling bow Tauiac had ioIIovimI her
of rheumatism, so I began taking the
mcdlclno myself. I am Just now on
my rifth botlo mid coimldoilug the
length of tlmo I have suffered, the
icaults hnvo been remark ihle Tho1
rheumatism pains have disappeared'
almost entirely, and I do bollovo Tan
IncHs going to clear my system of It I
altogether. I havo been told thot my
right kneo would uovor ho any bettor, ,
but I can bond It uomn already, and i
the pain Is entirely gone. I have also '
been relieved of constipation, my an I
petite Is flno, and 1 am feeling hi-iter'
In every respect than I hnvo In many ,
yeais. So I don't feel thnt I could
sfly enough In praise ot Tanlae It
coitalnly Is grand medicine"
Tanlae Is sold In Klamath Falls by
the Star Drug Co., nnd In l.oinllr bj
the Janiod More, C'o,-Adv,
PRODUCED TO CONSUMER
LAMB SPECIAL SATURDAY LAMB
AH Cuts nt-Reduced Prices
Oysters, 50c pint
All Smoked Meats at Reduced Prices
, l.lc l.oln Uncoil Harks IWc
.:i:u " Slijiar Cured Khuulders !Wc
S.OII No, 10
534 Main St
Mardl (Iras, Saturday, Monday and
'I hem's a splendid hliurau to adopt In relallon l'
jour Indiisti-lnl mid personal ti-iuisiitloiiN, loo. If
evil- keep before IK the development mill Hclfaio of (ho
Ifliiiniilli toiintry, our own IiiIciosIh v.111 Hirhe propnr
llouiilel us Hie eoiiiiiiiinlly prospei.s,
Vour account hero helps us promote progress.
"THE HANK THAT lilll.PH RUHINESS"
"" -j1 Hi, ,'
e First National Bank
! KI.AKyfATII i-iri t nnFr.nM
GARDEN SEED-Bulk and Package
Oregon Standard Purity and Germination
Murphey's Feed & Seed Store
120 South Sixtl. SI. PIioM?'