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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 6, 1919)
THIMIMRAV, MARI II
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH 'FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
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The Herald Publishing Company of umnp l0
Blitorntlon of the better slilo of our
I live. Wo should stop and thlrfk to
day as wc have never thought before,
nnj J3k ourselves what have wo donol
land what tire xo doing to satisfy the!
cravlne of our hearts? What ore c
by' , .. ..... ,.. ., , ,...1
aid in the saving of the
MV kau.Mlu ( Ullliaillllg VUI111JU1 111 " 1
Klamath Falls, at 116 Fourth street ( world from the threatened cataclysm
" of anarchy ami ruin? What are wo;
doing to save to the world the Chris-
I.ITTI.K SMUCI.IOIITS IIV I.OtWI. H,tMKM'(IH
amoxo tiik rr.nri.K'oK 'mis city and vicinity.
(lOINOS AM) COM I. Witt OK I.OCAIi 1LK8
JEntered at the DostofBco at Klam
ath Falls, Ore., for transmission thru
the malts as second-class matter.
tlnti religion, one of the principal ob- frltf lslt fiom Kort Klamath.
I.. Stocker camo In yesterday for n ' Miss (Race I'hnrea left on tho train.
Sabscrlptlon terms by mall to any
Jects of tho destructive propaganda.
that 1 being sent broadcast through-'
Mis. 0. K. SUcen left this morning
iiAi iia inn rt.- .!. I.. i.i.titi
Address In the United States: 'out the world? I " " w"v ' ,'5"1 '" "
One year ..... . $5. 00 J .Pt us take these things into our T. I). Young of the Midland district
vuu iuuuiu ....... ou , . ., ,. ,,,,,,, ,..,l ,,,,. ,
this motnlng tor Stockton, California
where slio expects to make a short
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ot alt news dispatches credited to It
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All rights of republication of spe
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THURSDAY, MARCH 0 HMO
Is looking after business Interests In
11. K. Van Sickle Is hero for
j. short time transacting business from
T. 11. Lynch, 1). (1. Clwui. II. V
Flnloy, .T. A. Maddox and J. A. Mr
ray are Klamath Falls vtsltots from
iiO TO CHURCH
llcfs may be. giro to them tho con
sideration they deserve. Let us go
to chur'h and there, in communion. ; w" "t F. I,. Uurns and C V. Loosely, well
with our Hod. Him who has so houn-' '" ,, ,e, r,BaC ",B """"' ,rom, know residents of tho Fort Klamath!
... ...... , i Redding, ( allfornn. ' , ..,,. J
Utility poured out his choicest bless-j i section nre among tho County scat,
Ings on this nation of ours, thank Mrs. Will M:uon and two children visitors.
Ulm for the Mctory He has sent us. I were passengers on the train thlsj K , ,.1UJ
and ak Him to rccno us from the morning for Portland. I ,mr Commny ,, ,,. , ,,
greater evil ot social unrest that is, , p M a . Bm ,pf, fof ,,,,, ,,,, ,
knocking at our doors. Religion Is a Krallclsco nrchltwt nrrlvoiI oll 10 morning. '
good thing, if tho man who has It, trnln ,, vouln . . I
uses it to broaden his views ot life.! ' J. H. Hobbs, who operates a gen-l
it It fills his heart with charity for) T. Cullen of Uray wns among the' mcrcbantllo estabtishmcut nt
He is Merrill came In yesterday for a short'
wm f fin fjj) j, jjjpJiiy jp (11 viM
"P53 PALACE ,
Klamath Packing Co.
FOOD FOR LENTEN SEASON
no Spii'll, tho hum ilfllclimx iki, n,,lt
FOUR POUNDS FOR 25c
on anil llulthht nluajs mi IiuimI
524 Mnin Street
his fellow, man. if it leads him to I train arrivals last evening,
' hearken to the command of Him; stopping nt tho Hotel Hall. business visit.
The ministers of the various Pro- nom u ?crvc''1 ,0 " un your Mrs. R. U. Lewis left this moinlng
tesUut denominations represented in l0Sll5Or that wlilcli you ask. and ei-j for stcramento whore she expects to l'any who Is here on matters
thVc'ltv havo decided to lnainruratn Pect 'our neighbor to do uuto you.ivUlt frlcnds and relatives. lot official business fiom Dtinsnmlr.
rnat is religion, a uou-given, uou'
At the Theaters
a campaign that has for Its purpose
the bringing ot people to church
not their particular church, but in
ducing each. Individual to go to some
church each Sunday for the next four
Sundays. , We know how this propo
sition will be received by a vast num
ber of people. It will be received
with a sneer. But should it be? Ev
ery human being, no matter what
nationality, color, training or environ
ment, has within his heart a craving
for something that the world cannot
give. Too many ot us seek to satisfy
that craving by the pleasures, follies
and sin of the world, only to wake up
when it Is tqp late to a realization ot
the fact that they produce but ashes,
and that Instead of satisfying the
longing which we possess, they in
puring the past few years there
has arisen the inquiry, "What shall
be done to bring back to the church,
the millions who have fallen away?
What shall be done to rescue tho
world from the abyss 'of Irrelfgion
into which It Is .dropping with, ever
increasing speed, resulting, as it does,
fearing, God-lolng religion, and tho
man who possesses it needs feel no
shame in openly practicing it. Many,
indeed, are tho differences and doc-
iiHinil (iiiiimtniillv for her vorsntllo
t items She Is suppoitod by n ciHt J
of notable headed by Harrell Fii,
who plajs the pint of Jack Denhy.
OtlietH of the company aio Claienco'
lliirton. finite McDowell. J-'rank
llrouulco and Joseph llellinnit-- all '
trlnes followed and taught, but with. Company of .Modoc Point Isreglsteied
none of these should any man Inter- nt the White Pollcan Hotel today.
fere, and to none should any man I
deny his neighbor tho right to adopt.
t Let us for the next four Sundays
go to church. Let us join with these
ministers In earnest consideration of
tho higher things of life. Let us
grasp the hand held out to us that it
may lift us from the mire ot doubt
and despair jhat is threatening the
O. McCaithv of the S. P. Com
' "i no Keittru or .iinry wun rnarui
I lug May Allison as the stir will ho
iteltoits that Mrs. McCarthy, who Is the attraction at tho Llheity Thealio !.,,, of t,0 ,guHt attainment who
.m. u iiecnor was among tlie train wojj Known-ln this clty.xfs Just re- tonight. It Is a five reel louiantu
nrlvnls last night from Portland. Ho! covrlm? fiom n qlnun of Mlniws , drama of Apaikllng humor and 1-
-r- Uglitfi'Uy original .Mtu ttlons
Ceoige Ryan of Sun Luis Obcspo.J juss AIIIon Is seen as a jming
who has been hero vlsltli his little" R, wj10 rus supposed to haw been
daughter at the homo of his brother ltlilnnppod while nn Infant and thou
Hob Ryan. loft this morning for his , returned to her family at tho ngo of
home. The Utile girl Is here attend-1 seventeen the fact tint slw Is not
lug the Sisters School, ,iI0 )(Ht rn1( ,vclops later In tlie
I a guest nt the Hall Hotel.
W. ft. Lamm of the l-amm Lumber
Mrs. 11. K. Darrow returned to her
home in Dorris this morning follow-1
lng a short visit in Klamath Falls.
are well known In Metro productions
The picture was adapted for the
screen lv (loot go I) linker from tho
pla by lltli Hamilton mid wan direc
ted by Wllfriiil LucrfH Tim pnrt of
.Mar Is parllrulaily suited to Mnj
Alllunn who pas It III a Nlvaclous
ami altoKetluu wln.ioliln manner.
Oliver Mjrtln, a Klamath County
rancher who resides between Merrill
and Mnlfu, is in tho county seat to"
.1 few days attending to matters of
William Snow who resided In this "ln)' nml ,CB,U to'aTl ,,,",,nnr of r,,m
city for an oxtended period and oper-, lHcIIi wlvlch give MUs Allison un
iitcd the peanut and candy stand next uimm
So fur It seems to he "liiury with,
out poaie" Pittsburg l)Lip.itch.
"I had a bud can., uf nii,.lPi.
gas on tho stomach and .iIht iw.
iruuhle. Twelve hour" ..tii'r I tn0k
lAdlor-l-ka I felt hotter ,111,1 aihTcon.
tinning I roiiHldnr m . t ( UKD"
(Sinned) K. II Iteeu ,11 ('ii,i',j
Adlor-l-kn expels i t Kll, ,n,i
sutirnuas. stopping si..., u iisircM
INSTANTLY. Itoinm ., (ou
matter which poisons --iim oiirn
ClIltKH coustlpatloii i'r i.in, ,.
pendlcltlH. Wo sold Adhr 1 ha many
years. It N n mix t ui . f Imcklhorti
enicarn, glycerine and 11 m i:ir ilui'
pin drugH Wliltniau )rh Co Adr,
llerolvod today. Ii r, "Mimicnt of
nolmitu Capon. Solo. 1. 1 pornonillr
by Mr. Moo, now In the uinrket Thi
Woman's Store S-ji
in Jess heed to the .great command
ment of Htm who laid down his life
whole human race. And let te min
isters, when we gather around their
pulpits, tell us the truths as Christ j
told them to his followers. Let them
1 preach to us as Christ spoke to the
' multitude on the mount. Let them
talk and scourge as Christ talked and
scourged In the temple, that we may
go forth better men, with a more
ChrlstlIKe spirit, with greater tolera
tion for tho rights of fellow man,
with n determination to merit the
promised words, "Enter thou into the
kingdom prepared for you."
Met ropol I tun A in usemeii
!A.CI.r; SATL'ltllAY HVK.MXO
; JJKLL OK Xi:Y YORK."
on the cross of calvary that all men Mpur MAGAZINE IN
might love their neighbor?" These nocrnw CTADTCn'
questions many have tried to answer . OKLCiUN o 1 AK 1 CAJ .
The greatest minds of today are ' j
studying them, and every art of ro-f rniVersity of Oregon, Eugene
llglous psychology ha been brought The first issue of "Old Oieou " 1 110 '
to play to influence the minds of men ., , ,n magazine, -.hich will be pub !
and women who are staying away Hfj.ru quarterly. off the piei and j
from their church and their God to will be mailed to all the alumni of
once more turn back to the old life the university and. the Oregon men in t r Rt o 1 t T,u"r,ATT'rl
.u.. . u. . ... y. ..o ,i. .... Tut. i... ,., . i...! itmrLh. 1HLA1LR,
door to the Stur Theatre returned
last night from Portland, where he
has been employed for several
months in tho shipyards.
.lohn Ilcssig, who operates the tele.
' phone sy.Mem In tho Wood RIvr Val
' lev 'camo In yesterday with M's. IL-
slg and her sfster, M:. .lo.j Voo from
.Fort Klnmuth and left t lilt; mo in in 1;
' for Southern Call'ornll points, whore
thej expect to spc-m: the ut week or
'two. Mr. Hwslg reports about a font
f now at Fort Klamath.
I Ask fhilcoto & Smith nbotit tlie
I.OW.COST life, accident unit health
policies of tlie Travelers. 1-tf
Tho Peace Conference will prob-
, ably furnish barber chairs for the
1 UoLshevIk delegates at Primes' Is
lands. Ilrooklyn ag!o. I
Two Reels of Cotnedy.
Admission 10 anil "0 rents. Show
Staffs 7::tl) mid l):lr.
See Charles S. Hood, Klamith
Agency, the real estate agent. Ho
will write your contracts and other
legal papers. " . 12-tf
Get measured for jour Sprint; Suit
C-3t K. K. K. STORK.
that brought to them so much peace the service. This lsue was put out hv
and comfort. j the eight members of the editing
When this world was stun'ned by class under the direction of Eric W.i
the declaration of war and a reallza- Allen, dean of the school of Journal-j
tion that it was a world cataclysm, km. Succeeding numbers will bo
many of the lrrellglonists raised the ' published b the alumni association '
. . ..... . . rf tho. llnli-arDWi' f Hronnn u-ltl. -.Hoe
cry "Christianity Has raiea. nut "' " ""'". "" -
this was wrong. It was not Christ's re-
Fenton. alumni secretary,-in charo5.
The Hot Springs Bath House 'Alii
be again opened to the public Wed-1
nesday evening, March "til. Tho
building hag been completely repair-'
ed and renovated. X. A. Mann S--U
ll'gi'on that had failed. It was the re
ligion -of the world that bad failed.
It was weighed" in the balance and
found wanting. Christianity had
been replaced by German Kultur. It
had been sent throughout the world
to breed a new doctrine, a doctrine ,.. 4...
that for a time paralyzed the teach-' -
ings of two thousand years, until the,
thinking people realized what was
happening and rallied to the assist
ance of the Allies and crushed the
serpent that wag again tempting
mankind with a false philosophy. 1
It was thought that out ot the warl
would cornea regeneration ot the hu-(
man family, that Christendom would 1
once more return to its God and1hat
it would, in thanksgiving for deliver
ance, worship before his throne. Hut
even now there Is arising throughoue
the world a doubt as to the fulfill
ment pf this hope. The virus of rad
icalism, irreliglon, bolshevlsm, that
enemy of all belief except that
Vicious doctrine thut tho 'end justi
fies the means, has innoculated the
world, and throughout, length and
breadth there are occurring sponta
neous explosions that are causing tho
conservative, thoughtful, law-abiding.
God-fearing people to look Into
the future with fear and misgiving.
It Is, this, that Is causing these men
to ask questions about what ihall bo,
done to counteract this poison before
It is too late, and it is this thought
that has caused the ministers of this.
city to ask the people of Kiamatn
Falls to go to church at least 'once
McVsabbath tor the next four Sun
days. And they should.
We are In the season of Lent, a
uuuon thai from time immemorial
has leer given over to a sober con- .-J-4-;-J.
It isn't cionomy mid It
Isn't vtlse to buy an) thing
but the best In drugs.
We lime gained the con
fidence of our customers by
selling drugs of the highest
quality only. You cannot
buy any other kind here,
and j 011 are always safe
and Mire Unit nothing but
the best drugs 11 ill be sold
In this store.
WILLIAM S. HART
An Intense Powerful Drama.
I'atlio Xows Latest Current Events.
.Admission 10 Ji J.T cents Matinee
2..-H). Eicnings 7:.'I0 & U.
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TUESDAYS AXD SATURDAYS
j Life insurance companies have paid
$110,000,000 on account of liifluenze.
1 lfoed the warning anil get a low cost
I policy from Clillcote & Smith. 1-tf
Chili Con Came
Sit V.. Otli. Solicit Home Trade
c r 1
"I AIN'T MAD AT NOBODY"
Specials for Friday and Saturday
Tan and Black, Button
A Clean-Up, and a Sav
ing to you
LOT 1 $2.65
LOT 2 $3.25
LOT 3 $3.85
LOT 4 $4.85
Herman's U. S. Army
15 perxent reduction
Vs, KLAMATH TALIS ORECOM mJ?W
"TIIK RKST IX PICTURES"
- H. W. POOLE, Owner
"THE RETURN OF MARY".
Starring May Allison
"A SMALL TOWN BULLY"
"HEARTS AND SADDLES"
Admission 10c and 20c
A child accompanied by par
ent admitted free ultli a UOi;
ticket, ou-opt Saturday night
am .Sunday night.
This Theater now properly
Heated and Ventilated.
Fumigated every light
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k . fc 'm -i.s-f. TBV ".
v '-f 'il' V j
Ix w 1
f fa ,$ IK
rf ' ' ' 4
'For the Man Who
$20.00 Values ....$13.85
Your choice of value to
One lot Dress Shirts, not
Special Saturday 45c
$3.50 Heavy Work
Shirts ... $2.25
Uncle Sam's work shirts
Values to $15.00
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w '' ' y.
vv-t ?M..nn i
TTjrsvc w-" s-t1'"
Look over the new stock
Ide's and Manhattans
1 Lot Corduroy Pants, $4 Values, Friday and Saturday $2.65
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