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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 15, 1919)
H.VITIUUV, mill II ,,i
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
J PAGE TWO
The Evening Herald
city ami the Modoc county line as n
State Highway. The iCouitiiUsIon
! 1ms declared Itself as In fav.r of
; building it highway from The Untie,
to the California state line. No tor-l
minus has been selected, and If the
Published dally except Sunday by people of the Merrill country tuhs
J. MVRRA V
Th Herald Publishing Company of
rwamain rant, at lis Fourth street
EnUred at the postomce nt Klam
ath Fallt, Ore., tor transmission thru
the malls at second-class matter.
Subscription terms by mall ;o any
address In the United States:
One year ...... $5.00
One month 50
a sufficient showing at the confer-'
rnrp hero Tuesday they will take 1 1
ImiR step towards securing the at-j
lentlon of the Commission to their!
claim for recognition. Kwry'niatt'
who can pot here should he In Kla ni
nth Falls Tiiosda. The local r.ieni-i
tiers of the Hood Roads AswoMatli-n
should Ret tofiether and fo-iuiiluto
plans for what they are going to ask.
cat her their facts In a systematic'
Member, nf the Associated Pres . (omprehenslve fashion, secure the r.
The Associated Press Is exclusively operation of every Interest they can
entitled to the ubo for republication an,j tnen drive home their claims.
ot all news dispatcher credited to It T, , no tlnu , ,oi,0
or not .otherwise credited tn this pa- ,. .
per, and,,also local news published Krv ow"r of a
herein.' should he In Klamath Palls Tuesday ,
All-rights of republication of spe- evening to join In the demonstrUtcii
I.1TTI.K HI0KM0H1M ON l.OC.U. MAI VK.N'IXG.H
AMONG THK PKOPl.K OK THIS CITY ANO VH'ISITV.
(H)IN(IS ANI COMIM1S Of I.OCAI. KOLK8
AT THE CHURCHES
NOT1CK In order to Insure pub
Meat Ion. copy for church announce,
menu must be at The Herald tiilloo
not later than Friday evening
V. 11. Holtou Is registered at the
Hotel Hall today from St Joe. Miss
ouri, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. linker are coun
ty seat visitors from the Klniuath
Lutheran services at the Hapllst
church, corner Klghth and Washing-
A Kallua. a well known resident ton, at 7:30 p. in. Itev. .M. Hohsiiuiii
of the Malln district -..looking after 'J' . '
business Interests In Klamath halls Joc(i ..l(U,olm.(i liv m Precious
' 3undii- ui'luinl will ln liebl at L' III)
SUNDAY, MARCH 16th
Miss Solum Mcltoynolds Is here for
a short visit from her home at Mid-: All k persons not affiliated with
Mrs. V. T. (iarrott. a well known
resident of Illy is :u:iklug a short lslt
In Klamath Falls.
Mrs. A. K. Weston left for her
She Is a guest at the White any church are cordially Invited to at
Williams' was among the yrlln HooHty of
train arrivals last night from Oakland ...,.. tri ,.... Hllll,,liv lml-1illlt .
fallfurnli. He Is registered at the .,, n ...!, ,.L I'.rr vVmimwiluv
home in Portland this morning after ,,., ,,., -venlnc at 7 30. All are welcome.
a short visit In Klamath Fails. i Tho Mlujecl of lessun for Sunday. 'j
.Mrs. rc. H. Jefferson anil son jamos t..Te. i. la .Substance
l.ir tkit.ar.. -ti,ii.titt. liiv milil l.ir, rlik momlm- for Portttinil wbore Tim Stinitiiv school session Is from 'I
uai aiipaicues neroin are also re- Unit Is to he staged for the Commit i io.ooo.ooo mi ncimitit of iutluenze. m,, ...! i vi.it r..i,itiv.w Mr the U:45 to 10;45 ovary Sunday morning
slon. Merrill wants to be a wrt cf Heed the warning and get n low cost ,..,". ,,,. , ' The free reading room and free!
l-tfi lending library is open from .' . to
r v r f ti, fl,.u.. l.nmlw.r- :au on i upsuavs, luursoa.vs mm -
The iliiinbi-s uf the ell) hultc .mhi to
the ii'U liege mill dill) of rliui It
Choose it iliiuili home, ami ho lojul
to It. See, I'lilircli Nut Ires
HATURDAY, MARCH 15, ll
the program. .o that the Commission i policy from t'hllcolc Jt Smith
will see that it is not Klama'h. Fu'ls I
that is asking for this, but-tho entire
county. Fort Klamath is to be here
with flying colors, as will Ho.u.nxa,
Dairy. Illy and every other section
of the county. Hut Merrill Is the one
we all have to fight for, and we want
the help of Merrill go we can make a i
fight that will be worth while.
and Hox. Company hat returned from,
KOSKIU'KG HOY I1IKS IX FltANCK.
Ther,e seems to be a disposition on
thi part of -some of the citizens of
Klamath Falls to shirk their duty in
the matter of helping In the prepara
tions for the entertainment of the
Highway Commission next Tuesday.
We ttfre. watched this matter very
closely and we have tried out certain
experiments to prove our suspicions.
We are now in a, position to say that
certain very well known gentlemen
and interests who should "have their
coats off and their sleeves rolled up
and actively engaged in the prelimin
ary work are trying to sneak out of
their part of the work
be laboring under the impression that .
after eomine around and telllnc us I
how to run this paper and what a "; ta. the wiiter Is always
.... . , ..... , warm at the Hot hpringM Hath Houxe. '
grand thing good roads will be for the -u,, or taIlk- ascent. 12-tf I
county and a lot more worthless tn-J j
formation they have done their duty, i Ask chllcote Smith about the1
and they sit down complacently. LOW COST Ufe,nccldeut aud health
waiting for the day to come when policies of the Travelers. 1-tf
they can start their program of crltl-'
KOSEBrno, March 13. Lleuten-j
ant Lenoir Ilagsdale, formerly of the j
old Third Oregon regiment died in)
France from pneumonia following
wounds received from shrapnel, ac
cording to news received by his moth-1
er here today. He was decorated for!
bravery in action some time ago. The
ilai-nncfiil hjlil Tnnrrloil In ;i Prnph i-lpll
They seem to .. .. ". . I
111 OUt Kill UKl .
A.VriNR SATCKDAY KYK.MXR
San Francisco where he has been for' StKr(,(l oart t.rcllt r()rnr sth
the past several days on matters of am HUlt streets, llev. Hugh J. Mar
business ahull, pastor.
j First Mass at S a. in
D.ivld McComb Is in the city for
a short visit from his ranch In the
Mt. I.akl section. Ho reports that
the roads are In much better siape
than they were a short time ago.
Mrs. James Hooey and children left
i this morning for Santa Crux, where
they will Join Mr. Hooey, who has
! been there for several weoks. They
! expect to make their future home at
Second Mass at 10:30 a. tu.
llenedlctlnu after lust Mass. i
No evening services. I
Presbyterian Church, Pine street,
near Second, llev. K. P. Lawrence
Morning worship 11 a. in., siilili'ct.
"The Orent Urge."
TUHKS S.ll KILLING (iltlMIKS.
SALONIKI. March 15.--Tl-o Tur'i-
! J. A. Thompson, a well known re- tore. I" other Alia arc Ik
sldent of the Midland district Ls look- J 'Ing U,e act that the armistice Ms
' lug after business. Interests In tho
county seat today. He reports that
he came In by auto and tliut the roads
are apparently fast drying up.
been signed and are now terrorltlng
the Greeks, It Is reported. It U '.,ig
ed that Allied troops be sent against
the young Turks.
j Seo Charles S. flood, Klamath
.Agency, for Indian graslu,; lands un'l
S(M)N. ' u-aber. 12-tf
clsm for some oversight or failure on
the part of the men who are giving
their time, their money, their energy
that these barnacles may have thei
pleasure of joy rjdlng over a nice
sroocth pavement which has not cest:
them a moment's time cr a dollar In
taxes.-Now, these gentlemen had bet- j
HF.CKAHD RENT SERVICE
Nlglit Pbone 348
ter wake up or stay ealeep, after the ...vvMv..w5rf-.-AAA
band Is thru playing. fir they are
riding for a bawling o:it if they don't.
We are getting pretty tlrc-1 of these
fellows and we are not golni; to hesi
tate giving them soma of the publi
city they are so anxious to get for
The officers of the Good Roads As
sociation of the Business Men's As
sociation, some hustling citizens in
their private capacity have done won
derful work work the public will
probably never hear of, but they are
conscious in the" fact that -they are
not slackers, and that Is something
worth while, anyway. But this is a
matter in which every man, woman '
and child is vitally interested. That
If why a few men should not be ex
pected to do all the work. What Is
asked-' of the general public la very
little, but if that little is contributed
by each individual, it will mike a
showing that will be more impressive
than any other one program. Vo want
the Commission to know that ALL
the people want paved highways, and
we vfant- you to maKe Known tun
desire by co-operating with tho men
who are preparing for the resiptlon
cf the. Commission Monday and Toe
On the front page of this paper Is
published a program. Read it cure
fully and .then ask yourself what ymi
can do to make this program com
plete. When you have decided on
what is expected of you, then c!o ill
and do it cheerfully. When those who '
have labored so hard for tho past j
weeks to bring about the present con-1
dltlons see that they have your sop-i
port, itraakes them forget the 'tnoclts,
the blimps, the disappointments. Get'
into this thing with a heart. Oon't
wait to he specially invited. Thi? Is
impossible. Jump right in and lend a I
hand without, an invitation. Get yuw
car out, If'you have no car, help your
neighbor, get his out. Then coma down
on Main street and help welcome, tli'i '
Commission. Malje It a noisy welcome. J
Let the Commission see we are awake,
for we are. We have the wlde.-it
awake city In the state. Let us miiWo
everyone whd comes here realize It '
and you Mr. Reader, can play just as I
important a part in driving home this
fact aa any other one person In the
community. Now do it.
10 Main Street
General Furniture Repairing
jit Reasonable Prices
"A DOLL'S HOUSK"
A llrny Pictognipli nml llurtou
Admission 10 und 20 cents. Show
Starts 7::H) and 0 :!.".
lly using WcntinRhouse Muzda
l-ninps in ALL your, ttocketa.
We muke a specialty of fitting
you out with the proper type,
size anil voltage that will give
you the most light for the least
money, and we will make fre
delivery on lamp purchases
amounting to 81.73 or over.
We site a Itogerx Silverware
ticket with each 2.1-cent pur
chase. Link' River
7th and Main Stfl.
"TARZAN" OF THK APFS."
The Film Sensation of the Year.
A Two Reel Hig V. Comedy.
'Pluck and Plotters."
MARY PICKFOHD 1
"THK KAGLK'S MATK"
Fourth KpsoI of
"THK LURK OF THK CIRCUS"
SALKM, March 15. Charles K.
Spauldlng of Salem. F. W. I.cadbctter
j of Portland and others are Interested
In a proposed large paper mill project
' for Salem, according to reports In
circulation here. Plans for 'building
,' a paper mill here were formulated
I prior to the war and have now been
! revived, with probability that the
paper mill will be constructed at
' Front and Trade 'streets, on tho slto
,' of the old flouring mill. Those In-
forested In the proposition are con
nected with the Chns. K. Spauldlng
Logging company and tho Crown Wil
lamette paper mills.
FORTUNE FOR IT
! veiling service at 7 30 p. tn . sub
Jeot. "A message on .Moving Moun
Miss Augusta Parker will sing a
solo In the morning service anil Minn
Dorothy Klllott will slug it gospel solo
There will be no Instructive and
nml Ititerestliif moving picture reel
shown' In the evening service.
He In Sunday school nt 10 u. in. to
got the surprise mid cartoons.
It .h "Go-to-Church" Sunday
Kmauuel Hnptlst Church, Hloveiith
and High streets.
Sunday school at 10 a. m. Mr. C.
W. Murphy, superintendent
Preaching at 11 a. m.. subject.
The Philosophy of Life.''
Kveulng services at 7:30 p. in..
"The Friendship of Jesus,"
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday even
ing at 7 30
Methodist Kplscopal Church, Tenth
and High. Itev. Simpson lliimrick,
pastor, 1117 Kast street. Phono 07W.
.Sunday school at 10 a in
Morning service nt i ,, , iri,
Kpworth League at t ... ,, ,
KvontliK service in ., ,. rlncV
The League will Kn.. , h, U l ..
hour from C to il :n Sinm.,, evmlnt
Uefieslimenls will be s,ri-, .n .un,j
music will be romlcroJ
Dr. J. II. Vim Ftisn.-n tiittrict mi
porluteiident of Klainuili Instrlrl. w
preach morning and i-m-miiii;
First Clirlnllnn riiiin-li. minor
Ninth ami Pine stroru c y.m.
hie. pastor. f
Sunday school at to a u ,
Siirmoti nt 1 1 a in
Sermon at 7 .:io p ni
ClirUlliin Kmloavor nniiiii, 0 o
p. m. at Presbyterian iliiinli
Pnir moot lug WiMih-h.Iiw vin.
lug a' 7.30 p. m
Kim lliiptlnt Chlinli
lugtuii and Klghth J
Sunday school ut I" u m
Preaching ul 1 1 a m
All uru rorillitll limi.M to worship
TANIiAC PROVKS OF UXTOLD
VALUK TO THIS MAN GAINS
TWKNTY OXK POUNDS
GKRMA.NS GIVKV FOOD
IX RKTURX FOR SHIPS.
i BRUSSELS, March 13. The dccl.
slon of the Allies providing for Ger
, many's turning over the merchant
' ships in return for food was present
ed to the German delegation. No dis
l cussion was allowed.
"THK DAUGHTKR ANGKLK"
Pathe Xpwh Lntese Current Kvcnts.
Admission 10 & IS cents Matinee
S..10. Krenings 7: .JO & 0.
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TUESDAYS AND SATURDAYS '
Merrill. Oregon j
Chili Con Carne
ail E. Oth. Solicit Home Trade
MKBRIMi 8HOUW OKT HUSY.
A plan has finally been ovolyod
whereby Merrill can secure the adop.
Hon of -the highway between this
A LUMP IN BREAST
I Will Give $1000
If I FMLtoCUREanyCANCERorTUMOR
I TREAT before it POISONS deep or
until casta. wmiTiN
olLer swindle. AnltUnJ
Flint Plailrr tn.iLr,lhecure,
lip. face or body lone U
c Asctii. i oo-use vmt,
UNI fill. Trtuuioi.bll.
30,000 CURJ). Wfileioime
Ctweroul lO'e lel CUfed.
A LUMP IN
WOMAN'S BREA8Tis CANCER
It KIIONt MMHT OUNOI icj KILLS QUICKLY.
ONI WOMAN IN (r 7 Olli Of CINCH . I. HfNT
poon cunco rncc tr cNcm i vcr il
Do.a. DR. S. R. CHAMLEY ?""""
57 SIXTH STREET, SAN TRAHCISCO. OAL
riUtl MtllTHISTO tOHIIOII ANYWHERE
"THE iEST I.V PICTUItES"
H. W. POOLE, Owner
Bessie Barriscale in
"TWO GUN BETTY"
Mutt and Jeff at the Front"
Weekly News Events Christy Comedy
SUNDAY MATINEE AND EVENING
Harold Lockwood in
Harold Lloyd Comedy
"WHY PICK ON ME?"
"HEARTS OF THE WORLD''
MONDAY AND TUESDAY
Admission 10c and 20c
A child nccompnnied by par
ent udmitted free with a SSOc
ticket, except Huturduy night
and Sunday night.
MR. HARRY BOREL
j "I wouldn't take n fortune for tho
; Reed Tunlac him done inn, for It Iihm
I not only renlored my health bur Iihm
added twenty-one pounds to my
wclKht, and I foci like n different
man In every wuy," .-mid Peter llled
wok. a valued employee of tho Paci
fic Car Foundary Co.. and whonn re
sidence Is !ir3 Clay St., Portland,
About eight months iiro," ho con
tinued, "I had u bad hicII of the
grippe and it loft me In a very badly
run-down condition, anil until I be
gan taking Tanlac, I was not ahlo lo
find a thing that would get mo Blurt
ed up hill again. My appetite wis
very poor, and my stomach was In
such bad condition that the little I
did cat would give me Indigestion.
Sometimes for three or four hours
after my meals t would ho all hloit
ed up with gas und suffer something
awful with shortness nf hreath. I
was badly constipated most of the
time, und occasionally suffered from
headaches. My kidneys gave toe lois
of 1 1 mi Me also, and I liiul a dull,
heavy pain across tho kiiijII of my
hack all tho time. All my strength
and energy seomed to gradually leave
me, and I lost a lot In weight, and
finally got so weak and worn-out that
I hud to glvo up my work and loi
three mouths I was not able to do a
'! heard so many folks around
Portland talking uhout the good this
Tanlac was doing them that I decid
ed to buy a fow bottles and sea It
It would help me. Welt, sir, I don't
believe It is possible for anybody to
Improvo fuster than I Old after I be
gan, taking that medicine. My uppo-
tlto Improved from tho vory first bot
tle, the condition of my stomach .soon
Improved so much that I could .out
just anything I wanted und I would
not have Indigestion afterwards, I
kept on tultlng Tunlac und tho more
I took tho hotter I felt, and uftor tak
ing six bottles all my troubles dis
appeared. I am nevor bothored with
that pain In my hack, and my kid
neys seem to be In good condition, I
am rid of constipation und nevor have
u headache at nil, I have gained n
lot In weight, In fact I weigh mora
today than I ever wleghod In my life
and thank to Tanlac, I am well und i
'strong ovoryway .as I over was, und
l biti4 U 1 ui-WfitillUlU il iu UU) I
Tunlac Is sold In Klamath VuU by!
tho Star Drug Co., and In I.orollr hj
the James Merc, Co, Adv. I
We Want to Tell You
about our Auto Store here on Main struct, that grows
bigger and better as new shipments of goods arrive
More cur imni-r are vlil
lug our Auto Slon- cmli day.
Our stiM-k uf auto nctils com
prise ever) thing Ihut limki-M
miKiirliig it plcjtaiiri. l-i our
tin ili-parliiiciit juti it III llml
high graile tire for nil
inuki-s of cjirx. Tlicro iirt a
liumlri-O and out- ucciHMirliH
j on will llnd In IliU Ktrlii
Ive AUTO STOIti:. Vix, i
call It Krlulvo Aulo Miiit
for the ri'imou It N the only
one In I In- Klamath Valley,
Wo want you lo come and
ms us j hrlng the rumlly or
neighbor. Wo aro iilwayN
glad to seo you, and It's no
trouble to show merchandise.
and Litlte Things
fl Who are the men and women that be
come masters over great things? They
are those who first of nil become mac
ters over little things.
Dollar bills and silver dimes are only
little things, so little that they often
trickle away in every direction and
yet they have formed the solid founda
tion for many a comfortable income
through following the slegan:
DON'T WASTE! SAVE!"
Start a Savings Account today.
First State &
. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
GARDEN SEED-Bulk and Package
Oregon Standard Purity and Germination
Murphey's Feed & Seed Store
126 South Sixth St