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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 11, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
K, .1, M V It It A V
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TVKS11AY, MAIU'II It. IIMH
TO BE BUILT
Parks affecting National Forest
lands. It would he obvlousl.v Im-1
proper to expend the funds intended
and voted uy Congress for the dovel
opinent aud protection of the Xn '
tlonil Forests on areas which may'
soon it.iso to he National Foiests
This legislation will not oul make1
It easier to protect tho Forests with-1
out costlj expenditure to light bid
fires in Inneoosslblo localities', but I
will alo help enormously the man) i
small lommunlties and scnttoiod set-'
I.ITTLK SinKI.KllllS OV LOCAL IIAI'VCM.MIS
AMONO TIIK I'COI'LK OK THIS t'lTV AMI VICIMTY.
(iOINCS AM) COMIMN OK LOCAL FOLKS
I,. Stocker Is down fiom Fort guson left tills morn lug foi Poitluud
Klamath on matters of business. where they expect to remain for the
! next Tew da. s.
Mrs llertha .lacKson 1 In the city
tiers In and near the Forests rto for n ,lorl ,mi, ,,, p.,,1 Klamitli. I V. F Hurroughs and F ('. Lath
now suffer for lack of roads. It will , ro,, wm, ,imonK tho incoming passen-
also enable the construction of Im-. i'- 'sii camo in yesteruay ,;ols jnsl PX0I,,,K fn)m Slln Kram.Uco ' !
portant trunk line roads crossing afternoon from l.ake lew for a short Jf
Ho mountains, with sultnbln nrnvl- ltt. 1 Ir. K. H Wlsecarver was a passen-' J
Mnn of-subsldlaiy roids. One result - . ,,,. , ' K',- iUU mnuilni; for Portland where1
....... .v. .......,..,- ... ,10 ex.,ccu to rollml f01. ww,k or
426 Main Street
will unquestionably be a marked de
velopment of recreational use of'
tlieso great nitional playgrounds.,
with their wealth of too little known
tho day to look after bushier (nat
11. W. Terrell and W.'A. Kinney
U. S, Terw llllger, a former Klani-1
ith rancher ftom tho Merrill district.
attractions Altogether, the opening woio among th0(J train arrival last s , , ,,. f()r t,MU) ft
up of the Forests to more complete night
and aried use of the public, which
is the fundamental object of their ad-
left to close
More of Those
P. L. Fountain lias returned fiom1
'an extended winter vacation In Cnll-
Harry Kngle. C. I'. Hot and F L
Hums ate down fiom Fort Klaunth
for a few dais looking after business
minMrition, will be tremendousl)
Inder the law preference is given, j a. Murray is in tho 'county seat
to tho emplo.Miient of honorably d!s-,on mlUters of business from Merrill' Mr . .. ,,.. ,.ro
.harced soldiers sailors and marines Milv , , , am Mn" " ''llom hK,0M ",
for the required labor. , , '" ,ho com,t-v BCJ ro1' !,l""t Nt
! I). H. Hale is among the recent iir- fo (-lHounln. They are guests at
I WOOL MEN'S ANNUAL
' rival from Seattle. He Is .stopping at
i the White Pelican Hotel.
the Hotel Hall.
PORTLAND. March 11 The de
velopment of the National Forest
road systems in Orecon and Washing
ton is given great impetus by the
terms of the Post Office Appropria
tion Act, which tho President has
just signed, nesldes increasing by
$200,000,000 the total fund, available
under the Federal Aid Roads Act,
the new law makes available for ex.
penditure by the Secretary of Agri
culture $3,000,000 for roads and
trai's within or partly within the For
ests. The law also authorizes the Secre
tary of War to transfer to the Secre
tary of Agriculture material, equip
ment, and supplies suitable for high.
way Improvement and not needed by
the War Department. While most of
thi3 will be distributed among the
highway commissions of the states
for use on federal aid projects, not
to exceed ten per cent may be reserv
ed by the Secretary pf Agriculture
for use In building National Forest
roads or other roads constructed un
der his direct supervision.
The $9,000,000 fund may be used
for maintenance as well as survey and
construction. The new legislation,
like the Federal Aid Roads Act,
makes the building of roads ana
trails necessary for the use and de
velopment of National Forest re
sources or desirable for the proper
administration, protection and im
provement of any Forest contingent
upon local contributions; but In addl.
tion'to this 'it contains a new feature
of much importance.
This new feature permits the Se
cretary of Agriculture, without the
co-operation of local officials, to
build and maintain "any road or trail
within a Natronal Forest which he
finds necessary for the proper admin
istration, protection, and improve
ment of such Forest, or which in his
opinion is of national importance."
In the view of forestry officials thi3
law is the most Important step ever ,
taken for rapid development of a
National Forest loads sytsem, and I
will be of Inestimable benefit to the '
MEETING AT BEND; JCrinc Ki;imUh Pnlta bu.
. ness visitor from Algomn today He
, , . . . ' Is a guest at the Hotel Hall.
The annual meeting of the Central
Oregon Wool (Grower's Association' Mr and Mis Chas Miller returned
is to be held at Rend one week from to their home at Weed this morning.
next Mondaj on March 17th, accord- after a short visit in Klamath Falls
Ing to news received jesterday from
Secretary R. A. Ward.
An excellent program has been
prepared and It is hoped that a sub
stantial delegation will be present
from the Klamath District
Attorney Charles J. and Mrs. For. ( arents.
F. K. Van Stckel is among tho" city
visitoisjiom the outside county dis
tricts today He Is registered at the
Hall Hotel from Martin.
Mrs J. n. Morgan and child left on
the train this morning for Ionising,
Mtchlgtn, where they expert to make
?n extended visit with Mrs Morgan's
Little Boys' heavy Siiocs, sizes 1 1 to 13 at $1.75
A nice assortment in colors and stripes of
Men's Shirts, mostly lanre sizes, at 80c
1 Specials in the Grocery
XKW YORK (JKR.MA.V GRAM)
OPKRA HAS lti:i:. CAXCKLLK1). i
NEW YORK. March 11. The Ger
man Grand Opera, which was to have
started here tonight, has been railed i
off at the last minute at the instance :
of Major Hlland and the Police Com. !
mlssloner, who declared that the pro-1
posed performances might provoke ,
disorder. The management of the'
Lexington Theatre thereupon can-'
celled the arrangements. j
DAXCIXG SATl'RDAY HVKXlXG
Mis. A. M. Sutton aud tlunqht"!,1
.Miss Dorothy loft today for Pittshuig
wheie tiny will visit for the next
four or five mouths with friends and1
I J. H. Flanders, tho federal of flier t
I 'vho has been hero for some timo left
this morning for San Francisco and
1 RcnoT"Ncv.'ula on matters of nfflrlil
! business. t
I Mr. and Mrs. I. Hall and family (
! left on tho train this morning for.
Irl!ii Ornfmii wlioro tlint will mnkn '..
, a short visit and then move to Toxus t
Corn, the can
A few cases of White Bear Soap at twenty
bars for . . . 90c
If you have not trid P. G. Washing Powder
It will save you money. 12 oz. pkfj;. at . .. 8c
Best Creamery Butter, lb. 53c; roll $1.05
The regular meeting of Aloha
Chapter O. E. S. will be held Tuesday'
evening, March 11th. Important'
business. All members requested to
be present. Nellie Van Riper. W. M. j
New City Laundry
WK GUARANTEE OUR WORK
Shirts anil Collars Iiuiulereil
Wi also wash silk, vvool anil col
ored goods very careful!). Try us
onto mill be convinced. Our prices
nre right. Phone I .I I.
127 Fourth Street
Rack of First Xatiou.il Hank
"Bayer Tablets of Aspirin"
American Owned, Entirely!
"The "measuie gives us much :
broader scope for a fully developed i
program than we have had before," '
saj'B Henry S. Graves, chief of tho
ForeBt Service, In commenting on '
tho now law. ''Under the Federal Aid
Roads Act we had available, for roads
within or partly within the Forests.1
one million dollais a year, available
until expended. Owing to the war. (
which practically halted the worn,
we havo an accumulated balance of
$2,ri00.000 unexpended aud another
$1,000,000 which will become avail
ahlo July l '
"Of tho now appropriation 3,000.
000 is immediately available, and
$3,000,000 will become available
July 1. Thore will also bo available
$400,000 or more from tho ten per
cent of National Forest receipts Al
together, theieforo, wo have In sight
for the coming year about $10,000,
000, if we can use it advantageously
Whatever wo can't use advantageous
ly will be added to the $4,000,000 of
new money that becomes available
the following year,
' "Wo 'already have our plans for ap
proved rom' projects sufficiently
shaiied up so that a prompt start will
' be possible us soon as the weathoi
permits. In somo cases, however,
thosoplans tnuet nocessnilly bo sus
pended on. account of pending pro.
-poials for the creation of National (
On genuine f A l T.nv only
Aspirin B'XEf'j "Bayer"
Tablets. V Jl Packages.
Reu Tiirpin in a Dandy Two Reel
Admission 10 mill i!0 rents. Show
Stalls T::tll am) 0:1.".
Itluo I II 11 1 Pifseuts
"Tin: luri: of lu.vurv
A Lj oil's Moian Comedy.
Admission 10 & 15 cents Mulince
J..-IO. Hiciiliigs 7:;iO & 0.
I Mrs Lester RIehn has gono to I'or
torvllle, California, where she will
; meet her husband, Mr. Lester Illelin,
who has been recently dlsrlmrge 1
, from the military service.
1" It. J. Smith general Height and
! passenger agent for the Southern
1-aclfie for tho district from Sacra
mento to Ashland Is hero from Sa
cramento on matters of business for
- 3 SIP
426 Main St. Phone 34 Klamath Falls
5M$'',J' ! ! ! t ! ! t ! ! ! ! t t t t I ! Z !
10 Main Street
-Ociirral Furniture Repairing
ut Reasonable I'rlccs
will sell at politic am lion at in
f uliiri. fiini mllt.s miplliu i-sl nf Mfr.
. rill, coiiiiiienriiig at 10 o'lloik n. tit ,
t Saturday, March 15, 1919
: 12 good milk rows, til lirlfns, miiiii
J Mill bo fn-sh; (I l!-)ear-olil Mcrrs; H
1 Ji-jcar-oiil slccis; 'JM jearllng
'Kteers; (I jcarllng heifers; I good
, Durham hull.
iulim: v, ni:iiM
will ; to n:x.
AVASHINOTON. I C.Murch II.
be Supreme Court has sustalni'd tho
(niivUtlon of Kiigeue V Dehs, tho
toi Lilist luiilcr. who was found guilty
ol csiliii:i;fi thru Htati'iiie'tils In a
spt'i'i H nt I'linlon. Ohio, last June
Debs whs sentenced to servo a term
of ten venrs.
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
Tl'KSDAVS AND SATUJtllAVS
Chili Con Carne
211 i:. nth. Solicit Home Trade
Proved Safe by Millions!
Out of Pain to Comfort.
Adults Take. OT1P or two "Uaj-er
Tablets of Aspirin" anytime, with
water. If necessary, repeat doso
thrco times a day, after meali.
Ask for and Insist Upon
A ' " '
The"Bayer Cross"on Cenuino Tablets
Original vvorld-fatnoui lablets.
20 rent parUngc- Larger slcsl
Aiplrln l llie Iraile mark of Mayf r Manufac
ture of McmoaccticaciJcttcr of Salicyhcacii
"TIIK I1KST IX rifTURKS"
H. W. POOLE, Owner
"THE INN OF THE BLUE MOON"
Starring Dorris Kenyon
"THE EYES OF JULIA DEEP"
With Mary Miles Minter
"The Prettiest Girl on the Screen"
With "Smiling Bill" Parsons and "Beautiful
Admission 10c and 20c
A ihilil aci'omjiaiiicil by par.
cut niliiiitteil fire with n 20c
tlcht't, ovrept S.it unlay night
mill Sunday nlK'hl.
This Theater now properly
Heated and Ventilated.
Fumigated every night
FOR MAN AND BEAST
j TERMS OF SALE
I All sums of .$2(1 or under, i.ish;
on nil films over $20.00, one jc.ir's;
time will he k'icii on approved hiM-ur-I
liy. I'lvo per lent illsiouiil for rush.,
No Klork to he moved until M-ltlcil
I MERRILL & MOORE
A. BUSING, Owner
Geo. OfHeld, Clcrk
! QUICKLY RELIEVED
.rtTfjEHflr1'1 '- "
Life liisiirame iiuiipniili's hntrpalil
!?1 10,0(10,(100 on nriolliit of llltlunir.
1 1 ceil the vviiriiiuu and nrl a low cost
polle from Chlhote .V .smith. Mf
M.V.M TII lLLs IIHANCII
MASON, EHRA1AN & CO.
OHIce H! S. (II h St. I'liwif 7
i:. ii. jiirniustiN
You'll find Sloan'o Liniment
coftens the severe
Tut J; en freely. Don't ruh 1; Jn.
Ju:t let it penetrate naturally. What a
KC3 of soothing relief soon follows!
External acfies, 6t!fTnss, eorenesi,
cramped muscles, strained sinews.
Lack "cr'd.3" lliosc ailments c-n't
f.glit off the rclicvinfj ciualitiei cf
troan'8 Liniment, Clean, convenient,
economical. Ask any drucni3t for it.
"llrWj k?!."j.rrjM Sips pTlilr"EM
-S-5,o V; HB COM PAN V
".; s'-'fMaHSB (Cililorma)
Red Crown is straight
distilled, all -refinery
gasoline every drop
crowded with power.
"Red Crown" has the
full and unbroken
chain of boiling point
necessary for easy
starting, quick and
power and long mile
age. Look for the Red
Crown sign before
30C, 60C and $1.20 j R. A. WINZLER, Special Agent, Klamath Falls, Oregon
GARDEN SEED-Bulk and Package
uregon otanaara runty ana termination 126 South Sixth St.
Murphey's Feed & Seed Store