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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 15, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Mutual Life Insurance Co.
OF NEW YORK
"THE OLDEST COMPANY IN AMERICA"
Paid to Policyholders and their Bcncficinrics
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Sotnlllilii'H IlivtV) liiiir(nlll) munil l) tin liilliicimi,
' nml flic great Inrrwmo In Inae ,our. 1IMH rate of iitiiuiiil dli
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A STUPENDOUS TOTAL
Hlnrr Ihr Company htnn to tin liu-dlii-. III IHIII ll liui pulil In
I'nllotiolilrr and their HenefMiirlew
INVESTIGATE OUR NEW 1911) POLICIES
GEORGE C. ULRICH, District Manager
If on lulu clillilii'ii yon will lovi. Mini Ferguson In udmlrnbl) hiii
I). V (Irlffltli'H latest 1 1 1 1. in i ti ported In her newest vehicle, mam
"lleintii of Un World" tit' I litre uro'of tin- players therein being urtlstH
Hovi'inl of tlm ili'iiri-Hl nil. I (leioret J of u high order Tills picture ullf be
clilldicn In Che enst tint t 'iiivo liven ' presented lit tlie Slur Theitie to
"ceii on (he Hereon Possibly It Is he-'night
iinike Mr Oilfflth loves chlMiPli liim I
HeT mid In liU niantmly wuy.i knows with "Tiimiu of Hie Apes" Hchcditl
liow to make tliem nrt without their od for uppeiininte at thu fltui Tlieati-
(lie (IiIIh mid IiowIh of I lie wild benntsuocordntico with Bald plnns, spiclflcn
tite. bclne Rone oiei now ut tlm Sur tlonn nn(I estimates, Said Improve
Theatto meuts to consist of bringing said
J street to establish grade, the Instal-
j latlon of eoncreto curbing, proper
One of u. unni thrilling plioto- drainage and the paving of said
pluya in whfrli i harming larv 1'hk l8"- mid Intersections with blthu
, . , , . , , " ., illthli , oil macadam or other hard sur-
ford Iiuh appeared many month-. fuc pftv,.raent( at tho estimated cost
Ih 'The llagle'K .Mute" n I'umiiioutit 0f $10,924 S5 for oil macadam and
play wlileb Ih to lie iiiexented at the estimated cost of $16,400.00 for bl
Temple theatre tonight mnh I'lrk itiillthlc or concrete; and be It further
fr,i ,..,,,,.,. ,, ,,. , resolved by the Common Council, that
fonl u II be seen in a i.,i,. ui 1. iox-h ,. I)ro,)(.rty ieremafter described be
her tnlenlH to the ijiioomi hut ulilcli ' ancj h,.reby Is declared benefited by
tejtx ..he ineeti uiiii -irMil iifess the said proposed Improvement, to-
Herald's Classified Ad?s.
(hroii.'lioiii the devi l'iuii.it or the
UllilHiialU mterenting toi
knowledge mid Htlll remain absolutely
niitiitul tint lie gets thu results he
beginning Hunday, Match 1C Manager
Hoimton In preparing many unusiiiil
BOWHKVIK OAIMXCl OltOC.MI.
LONDON, March 1J. A HulHitir;
for illipucli rotnlvcd today ay Hint
member of tho lluUhvvIk rfcnoral
staff at Miorow clllm tliut tilt Hl
thevlk army orcuplnd tnrrltory tlm
I site or Krtinre. diiiltig the mom In or
J Jnnunry'iind February mid will ii.ieu
ArcluuiKiil b the II r lit or Mn
Kno Cliiirlen S Hood. Klivmatli
Agntioy tor health mid accident l-i-
Ladies' & Men's
M.IK TO OltDKIt
IIKST OF WOHIOIANSIIII'
I'EUFKCT FIT GUAHAXTEED
Prices uro ery rensomtlilo
Vour ltiNicctioii Intltcd
Chas. J. Cizek
,111 Main 'Ht.
doi'M fioiii thein but whntovor It Is novelties In coniicctlon with tint hIio.i,
the fact riiiiialiiK that his llttlo ones lug Tho oichestral nrrungoniiiiit n
me more teal than nuy others who' which the iiiuhIo synchronizes with
have stood before the cimora, I.lttlo
lletiny Alexaiidr In "Hearts of tho
Wot Id" tho only five years old Is a
eiltnble star and shares honors with
Lillian nish and ltobert Ilnrron. It
Is worth siieudltig an uvenlng with
Mr. Cilfflth'A cntertnlnmcnt to soo
this little fellow alone. "Hoarts or
the Wot Id" opens Its local engage
ment nt the Liberty Theatre on Mon
day nutluoii and rnmalnH for two
days, ulth mntineu Tuesday also. Thu
seat sale Htartu Sunday.
In the portrayal of subtle roles,
there ire few actresses In motion pic
tures butter "nullified for this lino of
endeavor t tin n Klslo Ferguson, tho
popular Arlrraft .slur, who will be
seen here in a splendid plcturUatlnn
of llmirlk Ibsen's famous psycholo
gical play, "A Doll's House." In this
photoplay Miss Ferguson appears as
u beautiful doll wife, absolutely with
out Inltlatlvo and whoso character
has been formed In the environment
or a homo where shu has been reared
In highly Impractical manner. Tho
gradual development of this child
, wife Into a strong, resourceful wom
an Is the basts of an exceedingly in-
! terestlng psyehologlcal study, of
i which Miss Ferguson's abundant
dramatic talent make tho most. This
, Is n picture which onto seen, will
never bo forgotten
Preparing for Profit
Vnn's the time, Mr. Farmer nml StrnkrnUer, to he
planning ahead for tills jenr's production, First of nil,
hate )ou n good bank account nml progressive hanking
connection to fall back upon for niil?
Why not open t'nit at count here, nt "The Hank That
J'EIISIII.VC MAV MAKE
HOME l.V CAMFOItMA.
I.OS ANOKI.KS, Murch 15. (ien
oral I'urshlng plans to visit Callfor
nl i when his work In Kuropo Is dono
and may make his pnrmnnent homo In
the southern pint of the state, accord
ing to his brother, James F. Persh
ing, who In visiting here.
I Tho firm of Allen & DoChalno has
this day been dissolved by mutual
consent Mr Allen will continue the
business uud pay and collect all bills
due this II rm (Signed)
' WILLIAM ALLEN.
FUEl) C. UECHAINE.
I w III sell nt ui) plate on the .Merrill
riniil, H in lies from Klamalli Kails,
known us tho II. S. N'culon Itiindi,
One hpnii hordes, 0 jenrs old, l,IOO
pound; I piin mares, ,T jenrs old,
1,100 pounds; other smaller horsi-s,
Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, S and 6 of block
11; lots 1, 2, 3, 4, r,, C and 7 of
block 13; lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 0, C, 7,
and 8, of block 14; lots 1, 2, 3, 4,
S. fi, 7, 8, 9, 10. 11. 12, 13, 14, 15.
1C and 17 of block 12; all of the
foreEoInK being In Hot Springs Ad
dition to the City of Klamath Falls
nlVnr titnm til - -
VIko IiiIb 1. 2. 3. 7. 8 and 9 Of block lMnnn U'lr,m !.." X 8t
-c ..".,'. o ;,'iii, r.o nil In I "'"" Bing,
58. and lot 2 of block 59, all in
NMchols Addition tp the City of
Klamath Falls, Oregon;
and that said property above describ
ed be and hereby Is declared to bo the
property to be assessed for tho ex
pense of said improvement. And be
It further resolved that Monday, the
7th day of April, 1919, at the hour of
8 o'clock d. m., at the Council cham-
lifi.tr.. m,l ..ui. ...!,- i .......i aini. I hnra In the rtiv hall, hn nrpri an the
f. ,.ni, Mill. utl.JI l,IVf M plMMI 111 1 11 ,. - " ---w - .
row, 2 curling steers, about 75 head time and place for the hearing of ob
exes, lired to thoroughbred Lincoln
bucks, stmt liimhlng March 10th; 1
piano, cost nciv !j.l.D; I Ford touring
ear; :t ungotis; 1 top buggy; 1 lie
LiimiI ci cam seii.ir.itor; 1 ualklng
plow; 1 good mi I key plow, and other
trurk first class conS.iierab1r
11.600 f o b San V25! ": .
ton worn drive Kl.sel trnci : a inn
guarm,-eed good as . ' .'il100'
Herald "' ,la"tu
A II X
POIt a a i c
grade r hllcote ft ffiih" e.,?t
FOR SALK-The steamer Maiam.
. also two barges, ifae. J. 75K2J?
HixGO feet and 14x40 feet- ortr. Ma
ru oAutr-M fancy, but a good
home, ground 90x110 feet'.i?
rooms, four closet., bathrwm, two
halls, sleeping porch, spIendM frdS
and fruit; price $3,500.00. ws
m SALE 100 sacks whke drr.
r'B"u Potatoes, mc, at HageUteta
lections and remonstrances against
the said proposed Improvement; and
the Police Judge Is hereby directed to
cause notice of said hearing to be
published as by Charter provided.
State or Oregon,
County of Klamath, ss:
City of Klamath Falls.
I, A. L, Leavltt, Police Judge of theitlon
city of Klamath Falls, Oregon, do I
FOR 3ALE Cheap; Indian 2-cylta-der
motorcycle, with tandem, lis
S. 9th st. i3.Jt,
FOn SALE One logging truck, two
pairs tongs, one loading line; four
corner binds; all In good repair. In-
iiuue aai vine street, Mills Addl-
SALE BEGINS AT 1 P. M.
Thursday, March 20
All sums under $20, rash; all Minis I
ini-r P20, notes on seven months' Iritv nf Klnmnth Palls, and aonrovine aim, w. .'.. 01..1. .:.. "rr
Plie per: plans, specifications and estimates of (corner lot on hill. One Portland retl-
coat tnereoi as suomittea Dy ine uity dence; one Ashland residence. Will
Engli eer. sell above separately and on termt-
A. L. LEAV1TT, Police Judge. !Wsh Klamath Falls residence. Set
15'lOt (owner, "15 Main street, who will
. make you low price. 14-tf
hereby certify that the foregoing Is alFOR salp i?n ,.,... .... ..
duly enrolled copy of the resolution) ath Falls; partially ImproTedMlo'
adopted by the Common Council on .acres and 35 acres near lalln all will
I. . , """ "" ""'""' " "cui.saitusuou; (U acres now crop
Mntcntlon to Improve portions of Cres- ped; 80 acres on main road foot of
'cent. Canby and East streets, tn.thejstukel mountain, some cropped. MllU
time at O per rent Interest
cent ills-count for cush.
H. S. NEWTON, Owner
('. C. MKHUILI., Auctioneer.
i-i.si.n: no(ii:its, ciwk.
REPORT OF THE CONDITIOiV OF
Klamath State Bank
ut Klamath Falls. In thu statu of Ore
gon, at the close of business,
March 4, 1919
KLAMATH FAM.S IIKANCII
MASON, EHRMAN & CO.
Olllce 12(1 S. (Uli St. Phone 87
E. II. JEFFERSON
pie fjRST NATIONAL BANK
Cnnir to my plaro last fall, one 2-
crop and split
crop In right;
, marked crop
J i Cnnir to my plaro last
yenr-old steer; marked ci
In left ear, under half cr
also one 2-yenr-old steer, :
mid under hit nnd uppor
..... Vn I.-,.,,,. ..loll.fA A
Loans nnd discounts . .$167,583.37
Overdrafts, secured and
Honda and warrants 17,519.18
Hanking house 24,204.41
Furniture and fixtures .. 5,904.83
Due from banks (not re
serve banks) ... . 653.53
Duo from approved re
servo banks 20,906.2)1
Exchanges for clearing
house .. 1,278. OS
Cash on hand . 9,232.50
Expenses .. 1,246.25
por bltjn right Capital stock paid In $ 50,000.00
ear. No liraiula visions on ettner an- surplus fund lo.ouo.oo
lmnl. Owner can hnvo samo by prov- Duo to banks and bankers 365.00
, Ing property mid paying expenses.
' i:i-3t D. P. SHOOK.
pie Time Sver
MOMENTS ARE FAR TOO VALUABLE
TODAY TO BE WASTED OR MISSPENT
Fully one-half, of the time you now devote to ironing with old stove
heated sad-irons is ai.sheer loss;
I his amount of time could easily be saved 'for more urgent household
requirements by using an
In addition, an Electric Iron will do bette work for you will save
your clothes, linens, doilies, etc. will eliminate needless tramping
aboutwill abolish dirt and muss will save fuel and expense.
California-Oregon Power Company
Iy .. ... at. &. &Xa.&.j9
Individual deposits sub-
Joct to chock
Cashier checks out
standing .. .
Time and savings depos
Lottnrrt of credit
j NOTICE Dupartment of the In
terior. Flitted States Indian Service,
Klamath Agency, Oregon, March 12,
1 1.119 Propovils will he received at
this nirice until 2 o'clock p. m April
1 14. 1919. for fornlshlng npprotlmate-
lly 4,200 head or cuttle, to be pur
chased for the Klamath Indians, ap
proximately as follows- Heifers, 1
to 3 year3 old, 2,800 to 3,600; steers,
approximately 2 years old, 700; milch
cows, under 4 jears old, 40; bulls,
puro bred Hereford or Durham, 1 to
1 3 years old, 220. The right is re-
, served to reject uny and all bids, to
accept 0110 part and reject tho other,
nnd to watvo technical defects as the
Interests of the service may require.
No member of congress, agent or em
ployee or tho United States govorn-
r meat shall havo any Interest, direct
or Indirect, In the furnishing of said
cattle. Further Information will be
furnished upon application to the
underplgned at above address. Wal
ter G. West. Supervisor in Charge.
HELP WANTED Lady for General
housework; good wages, steady
Job. Inquire or write Mrs. Ray Pick
ett, Maltn, Ore. 13-6t
The City Engineer, pursuant to res
olution of the Common Council here-
- -j P gTwTTTTTWw m w m sWssWsysTsWsW
tofore adopted, having on 1 tfie 3d , WANTEDPoslt,on , u ft
day or February, 1919. Med plan end hoUBework or care t chU(lren
specifications and estimates of cost of B 255 . . ,u',
improving Pine street, from Third,
street westerly to Payne alley. ln-( ... .....
'oludin.T Intersections, and Payne'illey, ntLr WANlEJJ
1 f roiii Pine street In a southerly rtlrec-, .sssssssswwwwwwws,
. tnn in Sfn(t CAO, ItlltlllHInff Itl T ,T- ' t' A KTTlrV r1vn..tHM..I mI.I B-.m.
sections, and the Council having tak-J housework. Phone 43 13-U.
en the same under advisement, and .
finding said plans, specifications and
It Is hereby resolved that snld
plans, specifications and estimates
for the Improvement of Pine street
from Third street westerly to Payne
alley, and Payne alley from Pine
street southerly to Main street, be,
and the same are hereby approved.
And be It further resolved, that
the Common Council hereby declares
Its Intention to improve said portions
of Pine street and Payne alley In ac
cordance with said plans, specifica
tions and estimates, said improve
ment to consist of paving said portion
of said streets witfi oil macadam, at
an estimated cost, Including cement
sidewalks, curbing and grading, of
$19,176.96; or cement pavement, at
an estimated cost, Including cement
sidewalks, curbing and grading, of
$23,500.00; or crushed rock, at an
estimated cost of $18,000.00; or bl
tulithlc pavement' at an estimated
cost. Including sidewalks, curbing
and grading, of $23,500.00; said Im
provement In cither event to Include
prrtillnn- rrtlllni nnrl enrhlnff !
And be it further resolved by the FOR RENT Furnished house. In-
Coramon Council that the property quire 605 Spring st.. Jmck 01 own
WANTED Experienced woman for"
general housework; good wage.
Phone 265. , 3-tt
WANTED April 1st. a furnltned
house. Phone 20SW.vGeo. 0. Fry.
WANTED To hear from owner 6f
a good ranch for sale. State caaa
price, full particulars. D. F. Bmh,
FOR RENT Two furnished house
keeping rooms. Phone 255Y. 12-tf
FOR RENT Furnished rooma and
apartments. Phone 4T. l!-8t
hereinafter described be, and hereby 1 house
Is declared benefited by said proposed
LOST AND FOUND
I'he City Engineer, pursuant to
35,444.20 resolution of tho Common Council
230.00 heretofore adopted, having, under
date of February 3d. 1919. filed
$24S,548.90 plans, specifications nnd estimates of
I tho cost of Improving Crescent ave
nue from lr S. irrigation canal to
Ida H. Momyor, cashier of tho'Cmiby streot; Canby street to East
mimed bank, do solemnly swear stroot; East street to Intersection of
State of Oregon
County of Klamath
that the above Btatument is true to Crescent avenuo nt I' S. Irrigation
tho best of my knowledge mid belief, j canal, and Intersections, and tho
IDA 1J. .MO.MYER, Cashier Council having taken same under ud
Correct Attest- 'vlsoment and tlnd said plans, speclfl-
J. A. GORDON 1 cations and entimatea satisfactory.;
FRANK MOORLAND. "e ll hereby resolved, that said
Lots 1, i, i and 4 of block 6:, , -.-.,..
lots 1, 2, 3 and 4 of block 5; lots 1. LOST Saturday night, my week's
2. 3 and 4 of block 4; lots I and 2 1 pay, two suVer dollars; will the
of block 3; lots 1, 2 and 3 of block .finder please return-to the Herald
2; lots 1 and 2 of block 1; lots l.'omC0 Newsboy No. 7. IMf
2, 3. 8 nnd 9 of block 25; lots 3.. ' .
4. 5, 6 and 7 of block .24; lota 3 iQST On Merrill Road, rubber-lined
and 4 of block 23; lot 3 of block. ianrobe- 'near Short ranch. .Return
22; lots 5. 6, 7 and 8 of block 21;'to Modoc Stables: reward. 14-3t
north 120 feet of vacant portion of
Centor street; lots 5, 6, 7 and 8 of . See Charles S. Hood, Mamstn
block 20', lots 5, 6, 7 and 8 of block Agencv, the real estate agent. He
is; nit or smu lots ana diocks be-1 will write your contracts au
lafnl leinnra Im-u
ing In the original town of Klam
. ath Falls:
nnri thnl nntri nrnnuplv nhnvn aAlk. !. 1......1 ni D..ha Every aCCUmU-
.. .... ... .w,... mw.v mobiiu' lilt iicmi ui faH"o" ..
ed be. and hereby is declared to be latlon of animal, fruit or veiewow
tho property to be assessed for the mutter liquid or otherwise, that it-
oxpenso of said improvement; and be tends the preparation, use, cooking,
HN$M$Hft t, t . ,fr tMrHrHH
. . " -..., .... uw.u - ...... . . v. ...., , ,... ww IVIIUD lil , . w--". - - .
i'.. p stovp nirneinru iptfiiB. spectllcuttoiis and estimates for it runner resolved, mat Mondav tho onttm- op atnr ne of meat, nsa, tun.,
Subscribed mid sworn to before mo 'he Improvement of the above men-; 7th day of April, 1919, at the hour of fruit or legetables; ashes, tin cans.
this 14th day of-Mareh, 1919. itloned streets and intersections. be.iS o'clock p. m nt the Council chain- bottles, glass or discarded articles 01
ORVAL D. BURKE, u,ul "o samo aro hereby approved., hers In the city hall of the City of similar character; all trees. Tinea,
Notary Public. ' And bo it furthor resolved that the Klamath Falls, Oregon, be fixed as' brushes and lawn trimming, dead
My commission expires March 19, Common Council hereby declares Its' the tlmo and place for the hearing of -leaves and trash from gardeni.
1922. I Intentions to improve said streets, or, objections and remonstrances against xn ashes, glass, bottles, tin cans
I portions thereof, and Intersections In the said proposed Improvement; and anj garbage ol a similar nature eblll
- , tljo polco jU(ige be, and hereby is dl-. , inc'..d in a suitable receptacle wp-
I rected to cause notice of said hearing arate mid apart from the other
to bo published as by charter pro- eiassiM 0f garbage above described,
vidod. Pnrsmis mttv dispose of their gw-
Stute. of Oregon. ,bage by burying It on the pwmwjf
County of Klamath, ss: ln accordance with the rules of e
City of Klnmnth Falls. Doard ot uoaith, or the owner of the
I, A. L. Leavltt, Police Judge of thogarbage may cart the same away, out
City of Klamath Falls, Oregon, do' ,,.. shall engage In the Ir-
hereby cortlfy that the foregoing is 1 t)UK0 huKincss except the duly author
n duly enrolled copy of the resolution i-h it qenveneer. Ed Hunter, or
i-..-, ... . r t ' -' "."---.. . ... .,v
auopieu uy inu i;omniou uuuncu oil
(tho 3d day ot March, 1919, declaring
1 its Intention to Improve Pine street
from Third street to Payne alley, and
Payno nlloy from Pine street to Main
street, and approving the plans, speci
fications nnd estimates of the costjtj,e follewing:
auummvu uy mo i,uy ciiiut3vj-,
A. L. LEAVITT, Police Judgo.
PAINS AND ACHES YIED
QUICKLY TO SLOAN'S LINIMENT
Are you tormented by Neuralgia,
Lumliaco, Sciatica or any of 'those
aches that require a counter-irritant?
'4'hen let the soothinp, warming appli
cation of Sloan's Liniment stop the
pain by drawing the blood away front
the congested part.
It is the pressure on the nerves by
the blood rushing to the inflamed
muscle or joint that makes you ache.
So when Sloan's Liniment relieves tho
swollen blood vessels by setting up a
counter-irritant on the surface, the
circulation is equalized, sympathetic
nerves all . soothed, and soreness or
Sloan's Liniment is probably the
counter-irritant most widely used to
overcome painful inflammation in
cases of neuralgia, sore . muscles,
wrenched Joints, strains, bruises, gout.
Rubbing is not required.. This, clear,
clean liquid is easily applied as it does
not stain the skin.
Generous size bottles at your
Notlco Is hereby Riven to the peo
ple) of Klamath Falls to have their
gurbuge ready to bo carrlod away on
tho 1st and 15th ot each and every
month. No accumulation ot garbage
under tho ordinance passed Fobruary
24, 1919, Is to remain on the prom-
, laps more than fifteen" days, except
, uslies, tin cans, glass and garbage of
similar nature, which must be hauled
away every ninety dayt, '
The following subjects come under
I 3l-tllCllhW - "-- ' ..
duly authorized licensee oi ';"'
Tho expenses ot garbagd wmwrt
Is left to private contract Wwat"
citizen and the city wtW"
licensee, but a higher rate 1 for gar
bago removal cannot be charged tnan
b follewing: .imilar
Contents of 10 gallon or itelUr
receptacles not 'to "''-,.;.
per week, per tank, M"J,JJ
tacles or more roty!
not to exceed a PP"H2Ih-Ei
er cost Garbage and traib 1 inPW
not exceeding 1 o yrt "
at not to exceed BOc.tor eaclr pile.
This ordinance protWjJ "n06
not less than $5 or more tl han $u, o
Imprisonment not less (JjW"
more than .twenty days, for tM t,o
latlon of any of these jw tne
Oarbugo cans prorhW gr t
ordinance must be plaeea , liiMtor.,