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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 14, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
The Evening Herald
-b.; .tfo n 11 a v
Published dally except Sunday hv
To Herald Publlshlnc Company of
Klamath Falls, at 115 Fourth street
IJntorod at tho postolllco nt Klam
th FIW$Ore.,for transmission thru
tbe mglla as second-class mutter.
Subscription terms, by mall to any
address In-the- United States:
One year".?...'. ..:.;..: $5 00
One month JL , GO
ounsmen. We welcome you Home,
senator, witit norms tiueii wttn iovo
fnr .iti mil! with nqsiirnncna t lint vonr'
cntet prise and devotion to the wel
fare nt our homo people will alxvnya
Iim in our memories. j
MTTI.K SIIIKMUIIIS ON I.OCAIi flAITiCNINClS
AMOXO TIIK PKOPI.K OF THIS CITY AM) VICINITY.
OOl.VtiS AM) COMIMX Of I.OOAli FOLKS
PLANNED BY FORD, John W lloyt Is u recent nrrjval In lieo. K. Kenton of Snn Francisco
tl'imnth Pntlo frum A..tili..il una nniiMiL (hi. triiln nrrlvilu lniit
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night Ho Is u guest nt the While pecniuy nance nun i.uihuiiii
TO BE GIGANTIC,
LONDON. March 11 (11) Hilllsh
llovernmeut Wireless.) The total
cost of the war to the allies Is estlnm
ted by the Pull-Mill (larette nt $100 -000,000,000.
This does not Include
the damage done by the Dei man
troops In tho area they occupied evi
DKTP.OIT, March 1 I
epoit. t" pixe employment to 200.-1
' H F Kxxors Is here looking after ivilcatt.
-iiv.ii.. ...... uusinesis interests from rcugene.
Ho will return In about
Member of .the Associated Pre
The Associated Press Is mclustxcl.x
F Si-liml.lt left fur Mi'Plniul llill
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into persons In the Plants he proposes V"" T.. '"" "' ' ' l '' morning wnoro lie expects to inspect
M - a suori nine uom .xiouoc 1'oini.
t.i eieit for the manufacture of auto-,
mobile to i-ell nround J300. he said. '...' ' Holmes Is registered at the
wane reiiean iintei irom uunsinuir Ralph llodson was aiiiotiR the out
going passengers DiLs morultiK. He
The reparation commission ap
pointed by tho pe.co conference, has
decided that Dernmny shall pn.x HO,
000.000.000. this paper learns on
good authority "Tho main point t"
be determined h this (oiiiuiIshIoii
was not wiiul uermany suouni pay
wont to Sacramento where ho expects hut whit she could paj. continue-' thoi
The present Ford Motor company
mploys about 10.000 men, while our O A. lt Inuder Is a Klamath Falls
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entitled to tho use for republication ,1,,tt iiipaii win "" emp.oynieni ..-,, ...,..,. ...,. .,.. ........... ( 0 remllll-
of all. news dispatches credited to It ' f'"r or five times that number. Jnrk ei,oll eft ,0jj. for usc-; M ,. ,, .,,. cm,,.,,,,,,,, .,,'
gJllgfrP!1 cr?MvA "' l.h's .,,a: 1',",1 sai1- : bl,rK h,,n, " "M'oc,-s '" rom,,,n for, have" been s.ondlnK f vacation In '
Foid Mid his plans for the iim" " . I Southern California points have n-
comptny will in no way affect the, f,as. HIley left this morniiiK for turned to this city. i
present concern, and that Ford stock Ohieo and Sa'n Francisco on matters' .. ., , ,,.. ,, ., ........
ld ,n f.f .nln Tin miiniirH will Of bUSltlOSS. . " ... ... . . . . -. ., , Pitdi.i,
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Keep on UIUUK uiisihus ns iiau.n. jri Walter Frastier llrown wjSi'"K Ior l '"l" i aniornia, wnere iney iiiuiiiueis m me imei mut-u ..iiinnui
d'-also 'local new. published
AH rights of republication of spe
cial dispatches herein are 'also reserved.
iirxs IIUKAK x:otiatus.
I'AIHS, March H
.NeKoiiaiiouM hi ,
Fill DAY, MA11CH 11, lilt!)
"This will be a separate company i anions the train arrivals last nlKht ' expect to visit relatives.
.entire.." he said. "Kdsel Ford will! from Medford.
to Poland oxer the polish friuitler
Mrs. Don C. Kedfleld was a passen- filiation lia been broken off by the.
lll lio Kltrn
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i via. mi s iiiniuvu. -. ....- .... ...w-, .Mrs. t, a. UowuliiK went to Wor- sei mi mi- limn uius iiiiiiiuii ..,. v. -i linn.-. .Miif.vi. ii.k, i. ,.- ivi-.m . . i i ,f. iiKiirance companies iiae pniu 1,1111 t
i tor compiny 10 proicci our iiueiesis i oen in is morning niter a snort msii " '" .., m..u v..i -.. n... .... nB n protest iikhiu.si uieir iri'iiiiueiii si iii.ikmi.iumi on arcouiii in iniiiirnrr. v hi.. n,,,,,.,, i ,.
. ....1 ..... i... ... r .i,.. ,.n.-n.t. filn Kinm.ith Falls some time on matters of business. .... .... .,..., , i ,i, ,.,i .....i ,,-. ,. I,,.. - . ....?' ,',' .""""
uuu nil- ILIlvtria ui n.- iu"H..iin ui i i 1 .... ill IT f. 11.".. ...,..... n .......- - ft ( I Hf , n Tl y II I a 1 1 I s k r.ljl V fl
employes." John It Hasclsteln has been tran-l M. Bedford, one of the offlclnls 'M'' from fl.llcole Smith. 1-tf n (,,lrlK llt.MHl, n,,,,, ;','"
Ford said it was safe to state that isnctlnR business here thU week from ' the Klamath Keseruitltm Is In' ' "Two-Dun llett). a n,,,. ynltm
Klamath Falls and Klamath Conn- the "old home town" would he the! his home at AIroiiui. ."" '''"' the Akoiicv. He teports fl I I I Pi KSTII.W NOTU'i: .comeily-ilniiim (hut i- full r t,rltu
MM.nD ann.?r . m t, , , i . . ... i nun inure is i-uiisiiici.iuie suuw in nvicrilfinTlilia nililluilJi I i nine in 111 liuit'i iiini inn. him1 -- up nTii un iiiukiis I lit ti will I.....
ty greets Senator George T. Haldwln,, headauarters of the new company. n w ii-o.ii....... ,.,. ..,. i.ci... .i.... ..i.,. t. i t n... rdMIIUIldlJIC I IllllWcdl I ..... ;..... 1....1 1 ..i ,... .. . ". "'" "
; . . iMiHii'iu; i(tiiiu(:ii i'moiiiiv Villi svv.tn'il tttlllt' 11 w liu ins. xiiiii ww w - - ,
who will tonight arrive home after Kdsel Ford said it was impossible! In Klamath Falls vesterday from his inlshitiK
nearly three months of untlrinR la-' to give out exact plans as yet, but e- ranch In the Olcne section. ' ,
bora in behalf of his home county, pressed the hope that the building of .Miss Avis Dougherty has left for IXCOMK TAX I'HOIII.KMS I
And well may we greet him with en- the plants would be started early Mound Clt.x. 111., where she was call-' HKIXO MAX TO Sl'ICIDK.1
thuslasm and gratitude, for it has' next year. Two sites have already etl l,-v llls ,,f ,ler rat!lor- ) FllKSNO. Cul.. March 14. Flgur-,
been n lonir time sinco this ilKirlct ' been selected one at Hamilton, UMoj . r. runn 01 1110 1 iiiioquin i.um- ms out nis income tax was apparent
I -ur- vsnr
hmUn n nnnui.'ii,.. . ,-, !-. ami the other Green Island. N. Y
bored so hard, so consistently aiH tlf all over the country will be
so successfully for its development as, Purchased later, he said.
has the Senator. The results of hisi
labors are already apparent. Port- to VISIT IX SOL'TH.
land and the Willamette Valley haej
manifested a desire to help us a rte-, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Sheets left for
sire so earnest that wo cannot but be- California points this morning where
Here It-Is sincere.' Ever since tho aJ- they will remain for the next ten,
Journment of the legislature. Senator! days. Mr. Sheets will attend the San
Baldwin haa been working to stir up Tranclsio conxention of tho Willard
this sentiment, of co-operation, and j Storage Hattery Company and buy
he returns to his home with the full' supplies for the coming season. Mrs.
ber Co., is looking after business in
terests today at the County seat.
utirm ut the Hot Springs 1 Lit t It House.
Conic on In, the water is nlxxajs
Tub or tank.. -." cents.
ly a hopeless task for M. S. Gibbons,
. an elderly resident of Coallnga. 1
' Neighbors found hl.s body In his
house with every indication of his
having ended hs life with a shotgun I
'The floor was littered with schnps .
See Charles S. Hood. Klamath 0f papers on which Gibbons had been
Agency, for Indian gra-.ln,; lands un'l
working to determine his Income tax,
He left $30,000 in cash and property
consciousness thut he has succeeded.
and he will know when he arrives
that we here know how well he has
done his work.
Senator, we are glad you are back
'among us. We want you to know
that we appreciate your efforts in
our behalf, that we realize that it
The insurance business of A. A.
Uellman and Son, has been turned
was through your efforts wo secured 1 ever to the firm of DeLap and Hay-
Sheets expects to visit with relative.
IS TAKKX OYER.
Cen, according to an announcement
made today by the former.
tho passage of the resolution amend
ing the constitution so that wo ?an
vote bonds for" highway improve-
ntD un lt C naii Aanf nt niii- nconacnil
iUDUW lV V "- --MV " "" ";'- - - ., ,,.. - C.llm lV.kll lk
valuation ;that the good roads legls- unY C()ST fc ,lccdclI, un, l.cnlth '
lation for which this, session is iiota- jmiIIcIo of Die Travelers. 1-tf
ble bears the imprint of your inde- ,
fatigable labors; that the people of See Charles S. Hood, Klamith
Portland and the Willamette Valley Agency, the real estate agent. He
realize as never before that there is 'will xvrlte your contracts and Jther
a Klamath County and a Klamath legal paPers- 12-tt
Falls within the stale of Oregon; that
the Pacific Coast knows the same
thing, and that the financial and busi
ness interests of the metropolis of
this state stand ready to help us get
the railroads and highways we so,
eorely need to enable us to reach 'he'
Highest point of development.
..Our welcome tonight is but a slight
token of our esteem for you and tho
banquet which will be tendered to
you and the Highway Commission
next Tuesday evening is only a fur
ther testimonial of the high place. you
occupy in the affection of your fellow
Prix ate lessons in Select Hall
room Dances at the
Kxcry afternoon, S::tO to .:ilO.
ISy ApHiintmeiit. Phone 131
mr. ii:i:d killexdaiiii
DANCE AND DINNER
DANCING SATURDAY KVKXIXG
Select Pictures Cororaton
CI.ARA KIMIl.Vlil. YOL'.VG
Her Oxxn Comimny
"THi: KKASOX WHY"
A Dandy Two Reel Comedy. '
I Admission II) and 20 cents. Shoxv
Siarts 7::i(! and :!.-. '
, TriniiKlc Presents
IMU'UiaS FA1RIIAXKS. '
"TIIK II.llIIT OF HAI'l'IXKSS"
A Mm lis Full of Pep.
Patlie Nexxs Latest Current Kventfl.
Ailmisslon lo & 15 cents Matinee
J.:!o. Kvciilngs 7: no & o.
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
, TUKSDAYS AND SATURDAYS
The ladies of the Kmmnnuel Dap
tist church will hold a cooked food
sale Saturday March 15th, beginning
ar 7 P. M. at the Johnstone furniture
store on Main st. Those who havo
donated bring your donation early
The firm of Allen & DeChaine has
this day been dissolved by mutual
consent. Mr. Allen will continue the
business and pay and collect all bills
due this firm. (Slgne'd)
FRED C. DECHAINE. ,
Chili Con Carne
211 E. Oth. Solicit Home Trade
"The Man From Oregon"
Matinee at 2:30 Saturday
St. Patrick Dance
MUSIC BY M. DOBRY ORCHESTRA
L;aturday, March 15, 1919
"TIIK REST IX PICTURES"
H. W. POOLE, Owner
Virginia Pierson in
"QUEEN OF HEARTS"
The Greatest Detective Story Ever Written
SATURDAY Matinee and Evening
Bessie Barriscale in
"TWO GUN BETTY"
Mutt and Jeff at the Front"
Special Saturday Matinee, With an extra
Comedy for the Children
"HEARTS OF THE WORLD"
MONDAY AND TUESDAY
Admission 10c and 20c
A cliilil iiccoiiipaiiled by par
ent ailiultteil fico with a i!0:
ticket, incept Saturday night
mill Sunday night.
MR. HARRY BOREL
Oxfords and Pumps
. J RTOHtSfcBBBB
There Is a grace nntl cliarni lo
our early Spring Pumps, and
Oxfnrtls, .suitable for most any
Our nexv tles are nrrlxlug
dally, and there Is Interesting
footxxrar in the season's llueit
colorings of leather, Imllxiiliml
in their selection ami calculated
to appeal to the xxomen xxlio
would be well cosiuiniil.
An early insMTtloit xxoiild lie
Ixitli pleasurable and prolllalile
$5.00 to $13.00
runipt and OxfonU ImiI.m
ear-ohl steer; inurKeii crop anil spin extra comedy for tin- . tiii.ir.... . ...,
i in left ear, under half crop In right; as laughable .Mutt ami i,.(t ...,
also one S-eur-nhl steer, marked crop thn Front " The ilonf. uili , ,,'
liinil under bit and upper bit In right ill 2 o'clock Mr Hum H.irel xii,n.
ear No brands visible nn either an- reel Hie music, ami lux wolln ,0M'
Inial Owner can have muno by prov- uro a feature of 'i.m iifrfnrniancr
'Ing property and paying expenses. The beat seats and nin-,i iinnlc art
' 13 :lt D. P SHOOK to be hud at the l.ll.ern uir ,
FOR SERVICE AND QUALITY
The only up-to-date market in the city ihnt is
equipped with cold storage rooms for the proper
handling of Fresh and Cured Meats.
Plate Boils 18c
Shoulder Roasts 20c to 24c
Shoulder Steaks 24c
Loin Roasts 28c
Loin Chops 30c
SUGAR CURED SMOKED MEATS
Bacon Backs 33c
KLAMATH PACKING CO.
Phone 68 524 Main St.
OF THE GREAT WAR
ON THE BATTLE FIELDS
?3 ?it9? StlwK'S 1
ADMISSION, 25c and 50c
MQNDAY AND TUESDAY MATINEE AND EVENING
GARDEN SEED-Bulk and Package Murphey's Feed & Seed Store
.Oregon Standard Purity and Germination 128 South sixth St. Phol,e 8'