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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
s.vn rday, M.Mti ii h, i
The Evening Herald
.1. M U II It A V
a dlir.oult tusk. It Is one that should
bo a pleasure, for you are simply
offcrlug your tribute, In u quiet, un-
ostentations way, to Him who borej
your burdens to the Mount of Cal-I
,.., , vary. No matter what you think; no
Theratf fflsnCoCauy 5 h.t you believe. It will make
Klamath Falls, at. 115 Fourth street of you n better man and a better vo-(
man. it will revivo in your nean
feelings that lorn? laid dormant, and
LITTLE HIRELHHITS ON LOCAL It Al VKN1NHS
AMONU THE DKOI'LE OF THIS CITY -AND VICINITY.
GOINOS AND COMIM1S OF LUCAIi FOLKS
AT THE CHURCHES
Entered at the postofneo at Klam
ath Falla, Ore, tor transmission thru
the malls as second-class matter.
Mis.' A. T. Ccmdrey has gauo to boon In the- navy since, tho outbreak
cause you to look out upon this world" Weed for a short lslt with friends, of the war, roturued last night for-a
from a different viewpoint. The , . , . , . , furlough lilt:
.lit "mi iiowiiinij is rcgisiuicu louuy
Subscription torms by mall to any rlial'Ke mn" uj but 'e'"pora,; ' , at tho Hotel Hall from Cherokee. Mrs. Alfred McCoy and children
odnr?n8,in lh Un"ed S,ale3: CVe" SO 0U WH1 U T . ? Oklahoma. left this inornlnR for Ashland whore
oil month ""'so lf l,u fol,ow UP yUr reso utl" hy. ... , w ' thoy ,-Wect to uulde In tho future. -
una niontn so l) church 011 succeeulng Sun- Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Dawson were
' days, that new hope which springs to passengers on the train this morning Fred l.ockley was among tho train
Member ut the Associated 1'rv.s Jn mr nc,m tlMiUVi wlt spring for l'oitlaiid. .arrivals last night from Portland. He
Tho Associated Tress Is exclusively . lntl, flnniiy Vou will v. ...... . -. ' Is a guest at the White l'ellcan Hotel,
entitled to the uso for republication a,,pn aK',ln' unt" ,. , , N- n- Ghwbach Is in tho county,
of all news dlspatchos credited to it "'ve fci1 u sufficiently with spiritual soat for a fcw Uavs from Kll.k on i n u iinrr30n of t1 icCnn liny
or not otherwise credited In this pa- nouilshment to cause It to gro wand matters of business. j Lumber Company has gono to Weed
per. and also local news published develop until the good wheat that . for a few duya on matters of bust-
i ho ih..r -mil briars and weeds of ' l '"" ll'" l"5 "K ir
clal, dlspatchos heroin aro also' re- sin that threatened to chocke It. shall
All rights of republication of spo- . .-'. ,.' ',.., i. i.n his home at Dorris after a short bu-i "
SATURDAY, MARCH 8, l!t
OUR NEW GOVERNOR
.. duotio vlolt tn tiito ftltir
be overcome, and it shall be ready for """ " """ ,"" """
' the reaper on the day of harvest. j Mr8 h. P. Moolk left this morning
' for Dunsmulr where sho expects to
, , . ,, .i.'" 'sit for the next few days. 1
Today we print 'The Sermon of the ' '
Flowers," Inspired by our editorial of. Roy H. Ilradley and P. Carlson
. a day or two ago on "Go to Church." came In yesterday for a brief visit
' We regret the modesty of the author from the Klamath Agency. '
Never In Oregon's history was f this poem prevents our publishing Mre E - morn fm
there greater need for a man as gov-her name. Longfellow never wrote any arants Pnss for v,s wh her'
erndr possessing constructive ability thing more beautiful or more touch- glsler Mg EHSWOrtU Tubbs. i
as at the present time, and It Is for- ing and those who read it cannot do
tunate in having Hen W. Olcott as so without feeling a greater love for' Dr. Kathertne Schleef left this
its chief executive. Millions of dol- th3 beautiful things of life. It is a morning for Portland where she ex-j
lars are to be expended on highway sermon In itself, and is particularly 1,,CS to vhlt for the next few days.
construction, and If the various bills appropriate at this time and this sea- jjorrls Graves, son of Mr. xnd Sirs,
.calling for tho issuanco of bonds son. Charles Craves of this city who has
pass, then other millions will be ex- ' '.
pended In the erection of public Life insurance companies lunre paid
buildings and other development $110,000,000 on account of innuenxr
work. The evptndlture of such huge
sums calls for the exercise of a well
organized executive control, to pre
vent wanton extravagance and waste,
and no one is better fitted for this
tusk than Governor Olcott. Hy train
ing and experience," ho has gained
knowledge that will be invaluable to
the state, and tho people of Oregon
will see the great constructive pro
gram that has been mapped out car
ried to completion under the direc
tion of a man who, has proven hlm-
. Bolf big enough by past deeds to le
equal to the burden he Is called upon
Strong men make strong enemies.
JSp it is with Governor Olcott.
Throughout the state there has risen
up against him political enemiejs who
have plotted for his overthrow. Yet
not one of these has ever been able to ,
advance other than political reasons '
why he should be dethroned. These)
Heed the warning and get n low cost
polk) from rttilcote Smith. 1-tt
the people of the stato have refused
to listen to; and rightfully so. And
now they will reap the harvest of
their wisdom in continuing In office n
man who has proven that he could
turn a deaf car to siren songs of the
wily politician, even, when doing so
he was building up an opposition that
DAXCIXG SATURDAY EVKXIXCT
The WtiildV Greatest Tenor Singer
."MY COUSIN CARUSO"
A Two Reel Comedy
"Their Neighbor's Haby"
IT'S GRAXDMOTHF.It'S RKCIPK TO
11H1XG HACK COLOR .S'D LI'S
1 TRi: TO HAIR
John Miller, a stockman of tho
Lnugell Valley section came In yes
terday afternoon to attend to matters
T. Smith and family were among
tlie incoming passengers on tho train
last evening. They aro stopping at
the Hotel Hall.
Dave McCoinb, who or(erte l
ranch In the Klamath Ilnsln bought
' supplies yesterday from tho Klamath
I Hay Talbot a sheepman of this
, county returned last night from Ssn
FianrNeo whor- he has ben ntj buM-
,iu"i and pleasure
! Mr, and Mrs. John Martin have re
turned from California points, where
they hnvo been on a vacation visit
for several weeks.
Mrs. It. M. l.ewin and family wore.
passengers on thh morning's train
for Urjy, where, thoy will make a
short visit with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Dyo aro Klam
ath Falls visitors from Walla Waila
Washington. Thoy are guests at the
White Pelican Hotel.
j You can turn gray, faded hair beau-
Sergeant W. W. Qui m by who has
been home on a short furlough after
a four year's absence In tho , army,
left tor San Francisco today.
might threaten with destructon hiSj
public life. It is this Very strength
thafwlll prove his strongest support
in tho trying times now confronting,
him. Everyone recognizes that hls
job is an herculean one, but the peo
ple of the state view It with equa
nimity, for tliey know, with Ben 01-(
cott at the helm, the undertaking,
will be guided past the shoals of I
graft, extravagance and . sectional
preferment; that every part of the
state will bo developed, and that ev-(
ory dollar expended will represent i
one hundred cents to the common
SUNDAY- & MONDAY
"TDK VENUS MODEL."
Tue Story uf a Girl who mode a
Fortune In it Rattling Suit.
A Two Reel Dig V. Comedy.
AdmlsTUm la and 20 cents. Show
Start 7:0 and 0:15.
W. A. Owings, operator for tho
QnnHinrn lnMflf Prtmlmnv lo liipV
tlfully dark and lustrous almost ove, ,, ,, . . , , ,
i i i.i. .i. m . i ... .from Portland, where he has been
night If you 11 get a 50-cent bottle ot .... , . . ...
' ., , , - , , visiting for u short time.
"Wyeth s Sage and Sulphur Com
pound" at any drug i.tore. Millions j E. A. Tuttlo, who has been acting
of bottles of this old famous Sage Tea as Station agent at the Fspee office
Recipe, Improved by the addition of temporarily, left this moiniug with
other Ingredients, aro sold annually, his family for Dunsmulr.
savs a well known druggist here, bo
cause it darkens the hair so natur
ally and evenly that no one can tell Is
has been applied.
Those whoso hair is turning grny
or becoming faded have a surprise; Mrs. F. T. Sanderson, who ha ro
awaiting them, because after one or 8dcd lie're for many years, left to
two applications the gray hair van- (ny for Portland, where she expects
ishes and your locks become luxurl- to make her homo In the future,
antly dark and beautiful. j
This Is the age of youth. Gray-' Eugene Fisher left today for Oak
haired, unattractive folks aren't wants Ian'1 wllero e w111 mako a nvo wecks
ed around, so get busy with Wyet.Vs vl8lt wI"1 nls two sons' George and
I Sage and Sulphur Compound tonight I,ob who are attending college thero.
and you'll be delighted with your "
dark, handsome hair and your youth- A-.k Cliilrotc & Smith about the
.... f ........ ... . 1...I S-SIEJI. II. .. ..l.lM .....1 I.Ai.t.1.
iui appearance uiuiin a lew uays. ) icn .w.-i mc, muucui .
policies of the Travelers. 1-tf
NOTICE In order to Inuiro pub
lication, copy for church nnuounee
'nienta must bo at Tho Harold office
not later than Friday uvoning.
I First Christian Church, cornor
Ninth and Pine streets. (' 1' I'rlm-
Sunday school at 10 a. mi.
Sermon at 11 a. in.
Sermon at 7.;10 p. m.
Christian Endeavor meetltu, C '10
p, m. at Presbyterian church.
Prayer meeting Wedniwdm- von
lng at 7'30 p m.
Methodist Episcopal Church. Tenth
and High. Hev. Simpson Humrlrk,
pastor, 1117 East street. Phono G7W.
As everybody is expected to go to
church Sunday, wo Invite all Metho
dists and friends of the Methodist
church to come without fall to tho
services. Tho Huhjects for sermon
will be up to date and In keeping
with tho times Somu good things
are In store for tho Methodist pouphi
In the noar future, so come and get
ready to enjoy them.
Presbyterian Church, Pine street.
near Second. Hev. H. P. Lawrence,
Morning worship 11 a. in., snlilnvt.1
"Rendering an Account of Our Stew
ardship." Fvenlng service at 7:30 p. in., "iib-l
Ject. "Pro-Satan or tho I'npardon
nble Sin." '
Miss Dorothy Elliott will sing a
gospel solo A Ilray Pletograph lllm
showing tho motorcycle In war time;
A living volcano and a cartoon. Tho
Torpedo, tho Hornet of tho Sea. will
bo shown with tho moving picture
Sunday school at 10 a. m
Christian Endeavor at tU30 Topic
"Lost by Looking." Temperance:
Proverbs 2.1:29.3r.. Prohibition Jubi
lee. Miss Rachel Applegate. leader.
Sacred Heart Churcn, cornor Sth
and High streets. Hev Hugh J Mar
shall, pastor. I
First Mass at S a m
Second Mass at 10. 'JO a in.
Holy 'Hour at J p. in. I
Wodnesday Lenten sermon at 7-:i0.
Friday. Way of the Cross, 7-30.
E.tstor duty for all parislumers.
Emanuel Huptlst Church. Elovonth
and High streets.
Sundny school at 10 a. in. Mrs. C.
W. Murphy, superintendent.
Hev. W. L. Wilson of Portland Is
expected to arrive the last of the
week and occupy the pulpit at 1 1 a.m.
nnd 7.30 p. tu.
First Haptlst Church, corner Wash
ington and Eighth. J. It. Griffith,
Sunday school at 10 a. in., C. It.
Preuchlng at 11 a. m.
All are cordially invited lo worship
with us. x
Lutheran services at the Daptlst
churchcorncr Eighth und Washing
ton, at 7:30 p. in. Rev. M. ltnssiuau
pastor, resldonce 137 First street
Services at 7:30 p. m mthioii suh
All persons not affiliated with
any church aro cordially Invited to at
tend. Tho Christian Science Society of
Klamath Falls holds services at 113
Fourth street evry Sunday morning
at 11 o'clock and every Wednesday
evening at 7:30. All aro welcome.
The subject of lesson for Sunday, JRJSH MAY FORCE
March . Is "Man " 1
The Sunday school session 'la from QUESTIONS SETTI PTi
!i u. to 10. -tr. every Sunday niuriiiUK-' ' ' ,U,CU
Tho free tending loom and froo, -
lundliiK library la oprn from 2:30 lo PAHIH, Mitich - n i,lp , .
mm .1.... i.. ...... i. .., , "
IJIit'nilWII in Httiiii'ii o lilt j
4 30 on Tuesdays, Tiiurnuajs
foicuio, the fi lends
THIS IS TIE
I lu'lllllil .,ln
'atop the intiricntlnn i.i n, i,n,,,, .,
M...I...... I.. ,1... I...... 01
illlliunn in inn .IIIH'U, , t.'0ifM,
John O'ltoHy, delngnt,. ,,r tiK, lltor,;
sloiml li'Uli lepuhli. i , ii,,, p '
Coufetcticii sltitnd ei. mi.i 1 Ic ie
dared ho thought it ,l uiMfnl u,j
I.t'iiguo nniiiii lie loiini.,
Sen Charlea S lln,i ki l
Auoucy for health am m chimt ,"
The following poem was sent .to
O 1). Ilurke, president uf Klamath
State Itimk. bv Ills sou, Percy, ami
was sung at an entertainment given
by some Americana "oer there " No
doubt It expresses their feollngn.
"Slher ThieaiN AnioiiK the lllack"
Darling. 1 am coming back, ;
Silver threads among the black,
. Now that peace In Em ope Hears,
I'll bo home In seven .ears.
I'll drop In on you intim UlgM
With my whiskers long and white.
Yes, the war Is over, dear,
And we'ie going home, 1 hear;
Home again with you once more.
Say -by nineteen twenty-four.
Ouro I thought by now I'd be
Sailing back across tho nea
Hack to. where you sit and pine;
Hut I'm stuck here on the. Rhino.
You can hear the gang all curse. '
War Is hell hut Peace Is worse.
When tho next war comes around
In tho front ranks I'll be found;
I'll rush In again pell-mell.
Yes. I will I will like hell
New Manli Reiird.s, Shepherds. 7 3
MODOC I'UHD AMI SAM'S
HTAIH.LS ' -
llorH nnd llnrni's lniiijit, g0),
Horses to hay. noon U;i j..
Horsfls to hay lu th ii
Horses to hay and Km ihy $i
Horses to hay and gr i n,nm 5oc
Coiner tllli Mini i nut
M. .1. NYIIART. IttlltM ) y.
MtTt'HELL, Pi..,. ..
10 Main Street
(ieiieral Furniture It. 'pairing
lit IteiuuUMlile Prlim
A Yului'l!iuk'rpilil lulrli iiw
ll'ftH Mllll IlllllMMltlillr-t lltlUIM.
fill ii'ilr. It never fails, for It
cannot li pickctl nr forrril
mill xiill otilv open to llit
iroii'rl.i'. l(unlurknot tliiil
III imiliMiuirk ,Vnli,"n xoiir
loeli innins iilisoliitr Ht'tMirily
iintl tlirx ilo not i;ist! tinii!
Irxin1; lo (;"l llirmilt.
l-t us in I Jim rhiioM- ynur i.n
loriii of Vile mriiril). we liutii
Ihein in stock to ull all pockrl'booLt.
JIM STEWART OF WHEELER.
One of the big men developed dur-
ing the last session of the sfato le?is-j
lature xvas 31m Stcwari,of Wheeler.',
He was the one stroug character ofj
the house of reii-esentatlvei and
whenever he espoused a cause he nid(
so with his heart and soul an 1 usu-l
nlly convinced tho members that lils
views were right. Many a memorable
fight he led, and not once did ho go
down to defeat. And this was due
more to tho confidence 'reiitwort in
him and In his honesty' by tho other
legislators. They knew when hoi
stood for or against a measarj lie'
did so after thorough investigation1
and that when he made a statement (
on- any, question under consideration
"it waf backed up by facts that prov..d
the correctness , and truth of his '
stand. When the session closed ho!
was4ho one wan who loft Salem with I
theffect!onato regard of every metn-j
bar of the House, for he carried no
bitterness in his eart against any
rna,n and none could hold bittoiness
against him. Oregon Is fortunate In
having such men .as he In the legis
lature. They qrp the safety valves
'that prevent-unfalr und unjust meas
ures slipping through.
, 1- ;
Just remember that tomorrow you
are asked to go to church. It is not
The Picture that Made Marguerite
The lliltd Episode f
"THE LCRE OF THE CIRCUS.'"
lleai ht I'alhe Sown Latest Current i
AdmUslon 10 A IS cent Matinee .
U.itO. Evenings 7:1 10 0. i
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE!
TUESDAY'S AND SATURDAYS
"THE I1EST IN PICTURES"
H. W. POOLE, Owner
fir .:?mm;'zi.m:;jr',sg:4r n.
rx NAS TABEGAf
Jkat'i tli" name ef Mutism aje vhofemu a. Lotting
frUndskljt with SlteffbtM, partraied by
1 RAINBOW TRAIL
Wettern flctifit-Mi-Ktriittttw jrertett -wot
tinea euKiserabUf- (
wmmmmmmm See it
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
Two Matinees Sunday, 1 ;30 and 4, p. m.
RECIPE TO CLEAR
I r ! !
Kith the Irmlr murk
Baldwin Hardware Co.
"THE HOI'SE OF gi'ALITY."
Ladies' & Men's
MADE TO OIlDKIt
REST OF XVORKMANSIIII'
PERFECT FIT ll AUANTLKI)
I'rlfoi aro crj rca'oiniblo
Your Inspection luiitrd
Chas. J. Cizek
. MERCHANT TAILOR
HIH Main Ht,
1'I.UI'LES ARE IMPUIHTIKH SEEK-1
INO AN OUTLET TllltOl'till
SKIN I'ORES I
Pimples, sorca and bolls usually
rostilt from toxins, poisons and Im
purities which aro generated In tho
bowels nnd then absorbed Into tho
blood through tho very ducts which
should absorb only nourishment to
suhtaln tho body.
It Is the function of tho kldnoya to
Alter Impurities from tho blood and
cast thUni out in tho form of urinp,
but in many Instances tho howela cre
ate more toxins and Impurities than
tl.f kidneys can cllminato, then t!io
Mcod uses the skin pores as tho ntixt.
cm moans ui Bulling nil 01 mono im
purities, which often hrenk out all1
oter tho skin In the' form of plmploj, '
Thp surest way to clear tho skin of
these oruptions, says a noted author-i
Ity, Is to get from any pharmacy1
about four ounces of Jad Salts mid
take a tablespoonful in a glass of hdt
water each morning heforo breakfust
for one week. This will prevent tho
formation of toxins In the bowols. It
also stimulates tho kldnoya to normal '
activity, thus coaxltrg thorn to niter'
tho blood of Impurities nnd clearing
tho skhi of pimples,
Jad Salts Is Inexpensive, huriulcps.
and Is made from the acid of grapcH
a'nd lemon Juice, comhlnnd wiiii
llthla. Hero you havo a pleasant, ef
fervescent drink which, usually makes
pimples disappear: cleanses the blood
and Is excellent for tho kldnoys ai
Has for her motto, "One Hundred Cent
for Every Dollar Expended."
She believes in a fall return for every
She is not tight-fisted. She knowi
that the cheapest materials are often
the most expensive'in the end.
She has an Account Book which
shows what beqomes of the money she
spends, and a Bank Book which shovvi
what becomes of the money she saves.
Her funds receive absolute protection.
First State &
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
GARDEN SEED-Bulk and Package
iJI rfl it J Oregon Standard Purity, and Germination
Murphey's Feed & Seed Store
126 South Sixth St. " Phone 87