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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 18, 1919)
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The Evening Herald
M. M V It 15 , V
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Published dally oicopl Sunday by
The Herald Publlshliic Company ot
Klamath Falls, at 11 6 Fourth street
Entered nt tho postolllre at Klam-
Bill Falls, Oro.. for transmission thru
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served. TUESDAY, MAIICII 1H, tl)I
THE CASE OK KLAMATH.
Klamath Falls people have made a U;e memlrership dictates anil mem
case of lagging and Insufficient in- hers will have opportunity thru their
terest on the part of Portland. It-Is ' locil commercial organUitlons to
tip to the business and commercial outline the policy of the stale chain
men of this city, as a whole, to con-' her for. 191ft.
fess judgment, nnd it should be their "The directors believe that, flirt
business forthwith to proceed to cor- of all. the interests of the farmers
red the, conditions by which judg- should be carefully safeguarded and
ment lies acainst them. , that the chamber should not favor
' It Is n case of establishing rail-
road connections which wilt make
the Klamath Falls territory an Inte- from the used and unused land In
Krai part of Oregon In common with the state, subject to clearln?, irrlga.
Portland and the western part of'tion and cultivation, that O.-egnn.
the state generally. It Is a matter of, eventually must depend for progra.
practical achievement which" re-i
quires enterprise, a state vision and
the capital, or the influence which
will provide the capital physically to
connect this Klamath corner of the PORTLAND, March IS. Edward
state with the major business Inter-Ivy. Kumbel, general manager of the
ests of tho commonwealth. j Columbia Hasln Wool Warehouse
What Is to bo the answer? What i Company here fell dead yesterday
is to be the course of tho Portland while exercising in a gymnasium. He
business community? Are wo going was formerly in business In Algln
to be content to say, hero Is some- and Wallowa county. His parents
thing, that should be done, and hav-' live at Joseph, Oregon.
Ing slid that leave It undone? That!
would bo nierely a confe'sslon of
Judgment without satisfaction. It
would neither serve Klamath's nor
Portland's interests. Tho thing that
needs to be done is obvious enough.
It is to build the stretch of railroad
needed. The question is," has Port
land the vision and the enterprise to
We have been given to a certain
self-centered habit here in Portland.
Rather than otherwise, we have gons
upon the theory that If outside com
munities wanted to trade with usi
they knew where to find us. Now
and then wo have developed a little
junketing enthusiasm which has led
ns abroad as it lie guests of some of '
these outside communities, and on ,
such occasions the get-together splr-,
It, with Portland pulling tho laboring ,
oar as it should, nas.ueen manliest.
nut we have seemed to lack the
knack of following that up until we
have achieved tho result of thoro co
operation. That Is precisely what
is required nt our hands in this Kla
math Falls case.
We need to be Inoculated with tho
State breadth of view here In Port-1
land, not merely as a theoretical, af-
- ., ,, . ...
ter-dlnner accomplishment, but as a
practical business-getting, friendship-
knitting 'activiey calculated to stlin-,
ulate and dovelop.staje unity. There
Is nothing I hat will servo us better
than that. Portland Telegram.
PORTLAND, March 18. All big
propositions Involifng tho moral and
financial support of the Oregon State
Chamber of Commerce will be refer
red to the membership throughout
the state before definite action is
taken by the board of directors, ac
cording to Secretary Quaylo, of tho
state chamber In repry to numerous
Inquiries ns to what is to bo done
with tho large sum of roonoy being
raised In tho' present membership
campaign, Many business men, es
pecially those 'in tho southern and
interior counties, are eager to know
how tho state chamber will benefit
hem before thy contribute to Its sup
port, Thoy have asked point blank
what is' to he done with tho $C0,000
which Is belng.ralsed from new mem
berships outside of Multnomah coun
ty. Tho Oregon chamber Is controlled
A I V A I PA CLF F n GARDEN SEED-Bulk and Package
xmmm Jrm-dM. JTTL Ol Jl A J Oregon Standard' Purity and Germinal
by t board of IS directors, six ot
whom iiro from'conntles en9t ot tlio
, Cflscadc nnd nine west of the Cas
I rades nnd only to of the latter are
from Multnomah county.
"The money behiR collected, will
ip snout as authorized by the board
of directors of the state chamber nnd .
)n m oUier wny mM Sei,re(a,.y
l"yl.. today. "So one man or set of
men from any particular section of
iuo state will hae disposition of
tlmsp funds. A considerable sum
Hn9 ticcn received to date, not one .
cent of which has been checked out i
of the bank In Daker. where It was j
deposited by Treasurr William Poll- j
"An outline ot the working policy
foi !!19 was submitted to N dirac.
,ors reeontiv, nd their opln'.ir. was
that they did not wish to assumj ic-
H'OJflblllty in oufllnlnK In detail;
measures the state cliamosr would j
favor or -oppose, but rather ther
would refer these questions hi the
form of n referendum to the constltu-j
ent bodies thruout the state, which j
referendum will be prepared and j
submitted In the near future.
"With this explanation, it will bei
' .een that the money will be spent ns i
any move except that It Is In tin- in-
terest ot the farmer, because t Is
See Charles S. riood, Klamath
Agency, for Indian gracing lands and
KLAMATH FALLS I1HAXCH
MASON, EHRMAN & CO.
Office 120 S. flth St. Phone 87
E. H. JEFFEI1SON
! wW sell at my place on the Merrill
road, H miles- from Klamath Falls,
knonn as the It. S. Newton Itanch,
DESCRIBED PROPERTY i
Oil,, winiti lmiH.rw. ft i'piim nlif. 1 linn '
pounds; 1 span mare, 5 years old.
---u -,..... ..... ..,.., . ...... u.u, .,uwv
" poumis; oilier smaller norses,
broke nnd uubroke; 1 good milch
( ..lrllB 8tecrS about 75 heaU
curs, lueil to thoroughbred Lincoln
bucks, stmt lambing Murch 10th; 1
' I'hino, cost new ?4.V; 1 Ford touring
t.ir, .. niiiius, i i, uuKm, j'o
Laval ci c.iiii separator; 1 walking,
plow; 1 good sulkey plow, and other,
farm Implements. j
iSALE BEGINS AT 1 P. M.
Thursday, March 20
All .sums nuclei- 820, cash; nil sums
oer SSJO, notes on sewn months'
time at O per cent Interest... Five per
cent discount for cash.
i H. S. NEWTON, Owner
('. G. MERRILL, Auctioneer.
LESLIE ROGERS, Clerk.
Dr. James' Headache Powders re. !
lieve at once 10 cents a I
, You take a Dr. James' Tleadacbe ,
i Powder and .in jiwt a few momenta '
' your head clears and all neuralgia and
dlstresi vanishes. It's the quickest
and surest relief for headache, whether
dull, throbbing, uplifting or nerve
t racking. Send someone to the drug
storo and get a dime package now.
, Quit milTering it's so needless. Be i
atirrou get I)r. Jame Headache1
Pn dors then there will be no disap-1
I.tTTt.K NIOKUOlllS ON I.OCAI, H.MVKNINUS
AMONO THE PKOI'I.K OK THIS CITV AN1I VICINITY.
OOINOH AM) COMI.NO OE l.OOAI, KOI.KK
Ilert A. Nnson Is reglsteied nt the, Mr. nnd Mrs. 1). Vance, who have
Hotel Hall today from Odessa J boon here for a short time from
.S.icinmeuto returned to that point1
Mrs. W. I.. Uoifsley Is a Klamath to(ll)v
Falls visitor from Murysville, Call-i '
fnrnln, . ' C E- Fllnn of the Chlloqulu Lum
ber Company Is down from that
Hex. M. McMillan la In the city for ,, m!l,,rs ot imsiuui for '
a short time from Dunsmulr on mat- fnv ,ny., ,
tors of business. t i
i E. S. Terwilllger, formerly of Mer
Mrs. Althea Daniels has left for;ru ,,,, ow of ijorko0).t California'
California Points whore she expects ,a , 10 ,.(y. for n sllort Ume
to lslt with friends. huslnes
Mr. and Mrs. J. Tulley nro here ' (Joo w offlold, a well known re
for a short visit from their homo sltlen, ()f 10 MLrr ,utrlct Is look
in the Algoma district. lnK nftor business Interests In tho
H. Wolfe is among the recent ar-j County seat. '
rivals from Sacramento.
gi:est nt the Hotel Hall.
He is a
James I). Harry, W. H. Moigan
E C. Stukel are registered at',,ellc "tel-
the Hotel Hall from .Merrill.
Miss Erna Vnrnuin returned this
morning to her home at Dorrls lifter
a visit with friends In this city.
Mrs. Chas. llorton has gone to
Chlco where she will Join her hus
band who has been there for some
Mrs. Oilbert I.eHoy left this uiorn.
ing fot her home at McCloud. Call-""10
fomla after a ten dnys visit with
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Perkins of this I
See Charles S. Hood, Kl.inntli
Agency, the real estate agent. He, ,,,,, ' , . . .'
will write your contracts and other,1" laclrp 0rov befort returning.
DANCING SATURDAY EVENING I
JAZZ .MUSIC "
Adolph Zuknr I'res-eutH
A .Mighty Picture nltli A .Mighty Star
Two Reels of Comedy.
Admission 10 and 20 cents. Show
Starts 7::tO nnd 11:15.
Illiio Itird Presents,
A Lyons and Moran Comedy.
Admission 10 & 15 cerils Matinee
2.0, Evenings 7:30 & 0.
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TUESDAYS. AND SATURDAYS .
"THE REST IX PICTURES"
H. W. POOLE, Owner
D. W. GRIFFITH'S SUPREME SPECTACLE
"RUGGLES OF RED GAP"
Kinogram Weekly News Events
"THE WIDOW'S MIGHT"
Regular Prices Prevail Wednesday 10c and 20c
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH
Mr. nnd Sirs. D. I.. Crnn arrived
on the train last evening from' Hose
burg. They are guests at tho White
Tom Wntters came In yesterday
afternoon on matters of business
from the Crane nnd Wntters ranch
on the Merrill road. ' j
Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Connor wore
passengers on the train this morning
for Weed, California, where they '
expect to make a visit. '
William Fordney, who illiterates
J"'"e Mercantile Company at
' I-relhi. Is .In town for a short time
'""King niier ousine-w interests
Mrs. Gen. Ilurton left this morning
for San Francisco where she will
viol, l.m mnthn. Qlm tl-lll flloi. vlult
She expects to be gone about a
Mrs. Harry Waters, who operates
the Hand Dox here, left this morning
for San Francisco, where she will
spend the next week buying goods'
for her establishment here and the
one she Is starting In Dunsmulr.
XO HITCH YET IN
PEACE DRAFT PLANS.
LONDON, March 18. Andrew
Honar Law told the House of Com
mons that there was nn foundation
for the report that a hitch had occur-,
red In tho nrPRPntntlnn In .prmnnn 1
of the draft peace terms, due to div
ergencies of gplnlon on the subject
of the League of Nations.
FRENCH NOW IN 'FRANKFORT.
RERUN, March 18. The British
and French forces are reported to
have advanced their outposts from
the limits of their present brldgehed
at Cologne and Mainz The French
have now penetrated into the corpor
ate limits of Frankfort.
Chili Con Carne
SI I E. Oth. Solicit Home Trade
mie. PUT STOMACH If
T FINE CONDITION
' B APtl 5TS OUT tHT FIFTY! H
I TO AH I , Wm PAIN
: luiiriici: niim
PORTLAND, March IS. lletweeii
March 23 and March KO, the l.fiOO.
000 llaptlsts In the churches thruout
the northern .states of the union must
raise $0,000,000 If they are to reach
tho goal they have set out for in
their great Victory Campaign moe
nieiit. Piomluent llaptlst lii)tinm,
who started this movement felt as
though the war did not accomplish
nil that should have been accom
plished In rebuilding tho world. Ono
of their members said: "Tho woild's
work Ls not yef- finished, and until
It Is special effort will be necessary
to uccompllsh the tasks which will
continually confiont us, whether in
political or commercial life. In social
affairs or In the realms of lellgiims
Hurley K. Hallgreu, tlliector of
the campaign In Oregon .siyST "Ore
gon must not shirk her duly She
must raise her total quota ot $",:,,
000 and raise It on time. The fu
ture of llaptlst missions both In Am
erica and foreign lands depends up
on the successof this movement. Tho
extra expense Imposed upon the
church- during the war has piled up
a debt that means the shutting down
of a largo number of mission plants
turnout the world If the members do
not respond to tho appeal being made
and give of their substance to this
cause. The Victory Campaign, If
won, means victory In more than
one sense to the llaptlst denomina
tion. It means tliut the many mis
sionaries now In tile foreign field
will not have to be called homo nnd
that tho reconstruction work now
going on in France, llelglum, Russia"
and India need not cease and that
the missionaries In the home field
can still stay at their posts and teach
the ignorant foreigner the principles
of Chrlstlanley and of American cltl.
zenshlp and stamp out the revolu
tionary fires of Ilolslievism Unit have
been spited In some hearts by un
scrupulous anarchistic leaders."
POLES ARE PREPARING
FOR BIG OFFENSIVE
I1KRLIN, Murch 18. Dispatched
to the Ilerlln newspapers from
Mrnu'denz allege thut tho Poles are
preparing for a general advance
against the Germniis and have noti
fied the German outpost that the
armistice Is no longer in effect. The
dispatches claim that the Poles arc
charged with eighty-four violations
of the armistice.
Ask Chllcotc & Smith about the
,OW COST life, accident and health
policies of the Travelers. 1-tf
SAVS INDIGESTION RESULTS
FROM AX EXCESS OF IIV-
Undigested food delayed In the
stomach decays, or rather, ferments
the same as food left In the open air,
says a noted authority. He also tells
us that Indigestion Is caused by Hy-per-acldlty,
meaning, there Is an ex
cess of hydrochloric acid In the atom
ach which prevents complete diges
tion and starts food fermentation.
Thus everything eaten sours In the
stomach much like garbage Hours In
a can, foimlng acrid fluids and gases
whlchlnflute the stomach llko a toy
balloon. Then wo feel a heavy,
lumpy misery In tho chest, we belch
up gas, we eructato sour food or havo
heartburn, flatulence, water-brash or
lie tells us to lay aside all diges
tive aids and Instead, get from any
pharmacy four ounces of Jad Salts
and take a tablespoonful In a glass
of water before breakfast and. drink
while It is effervescing and further
more, to continue this for a week.
While relief follows the first dose. It
Is Important to neutralize the acidity,
removo the gas-making mass, start
tho liver, stlmulato the kidneys and
thus promote a freo flow of pure di
Jad Salts Is Inexpensive nnd Is
made from the -acid of grapes and
lemon Juice, combined with llthla
and sodium phosphate. This harm
less salts Is used by thousands or
people for stomach trouble with ex
cellent results, Adv.
DON'T SUFFER! INSTANT RE
LIEF FOLLOWS A HUniUNG,
WITH OLD "ST. JACOIN 1ISI
MENT" Conquers pain- never falls.
Uuli soothing, penetrating, "Ht.
Jacobs I.lnlinimt" right on the ache
or pain, and out comes the neuralgia
Hern's a Joyful experiment Try ,l!
Oct ii small trial bottle from sour
druggist , pour a Utile In your hand
and rub II gently on tho Hiiro,-aching
nerves, and before you leallio It In
Just ii moment all pain and neural
gia disappear. It's almost magical,
but the Joy Is, flint tho misery doesn't
come back. No' Tho nerves are
soothed unit congestion Is relleed
and your neuralgia Is overcome.
Stop suffering' It's needless neu
ralgia and pain of all kinds, elthur In
the face, head, limbs or any part of
Ry using WVstlughouM' Miuda
Idimps In ALL )oiir sockets.
We make a specially of lilting
you tint tilth the proper t)e,
sle and voltage Hint "I" Kl"
jiiii the most light for the least
money, and lie till! niake frM'
delivery on lamp punluises
amounting t" 1.7.1 or over.
We glie a Rogers Slltertiiirc
IIi-Im-I mHIi each 2.1-rt'iil pur
chase. Link River
7lli nnd Main Ht.
You can RELY on "Red Crown"
for steady, dependable power and
long mileage. It is high quality
gasoline every drgp.
"Red Crown" U stralght-dtstlllcd, all
refinery gasoline, with the full and con
tinuous chain of boilfng points ntccs
ary for easy starting, quick ud
smooth acceleration, steady, depend
able power and lone mileage. Look
for the Red Crown clrn before you
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
R. A. WINZLER, Special Agent, Klamath Falls, Oregon
(Jf course tobacco
does. What you
want to do is to get
genuine tobacco sat
isfaction. I saved
money by switching
from ordinary plug
REAL CHEWINQ PLUG
Plug packed in pouch
Murphey's Feed & Seed Store
126 South Sixth St Phone 87
TUEHDAV, MAItril 18, mill
tho body, Ih Instantly IiiiiiIhIiuiI hi.
Jacolm Unlnimit" Is perfectly harm,
less, unit doesn't burn or dlximlur (li0
skin In use for half u century --aj,
! ! ! ! :;
It Isn't economy nnd u
Isn't wise to buy mi thing
hill the best In drugs.
We hale gullied Hie rim-tltleiH-o
of our customer by
selling drugs of the highest
iinillly only. You i-iiniiot
buy any other kind here,
and you art iiIimijh niifc
and sure Hint nothing but
the best drugs will be nld
In this store.
n nn n in ni a iihi i.iin 7
,,W -... ,,,.. W....I.VII 1.T -
M'CjD " ,H'" es CCte,)i
10 Main Street
T (ieueral Furniture Repairing
at ReaHoiiablo Prices
? KITCHEN CABINETS
1 y s
Good taste, smaller
chew, longer life is
what makes Genuine
Gravely cost less (o
chew than ordinary
for bvotltt on thtwtnt flt-
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