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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 20, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
' E. J. M 0 R'R A Y
'them a ioj.il welcome, so that they
ran return home and say "Those
I people at Klamath Falls are made
of the right kind of stuff."
Pffbitahed dally except Sundnv b
! Herald Publishing; Company of
KI-B-th.Falls, at 115 Fourth street
Enured at the poatofflce at Klnm-
tn Fails, ore., for transmission thru
uae mails as second-class matter.
mWcrfptlon terms by mall to any
address in the United States:
One year 5 00
One mbnth 60
Klamath County has proven that
It can get together on one proposi
tion good road Now let us get to
i;ethei on the question of securing
'more factories Let us prolde a
dl'trlct where thev can he located.
Till Is golns to require considerable
work and Impiovoment, but tho re
sultant gain will be so tremendous
that the cost will bo a mere bagn- 0f business.
telle If we go at It right we can
build a Utv here In n fow ears that,
Member of the Associated Pros will surpiic the mqn optimistic.!
The Associated Press Is excluslvelj This Is work foi the Commercial'
i ail ji.n.i.kA. .n,.i i ....... . I'ethei ami v
r:ZT." V.V'r .?." lent and suitable and tne lactones
rd A loe-ei . .. u. rome Two a,e In sight right
htreiQ, now, foui more in the not distant
All rights of republication of ope- future and one more within a reas-
clal "dispatches heroin are also re- nnnbje period All of them, however.
MTTIiK MinKI.IOHIS OV l.nc L HMVKNl.NHS
AMONG THE PEOPLE OF THIS CITY AM) VICINITY.
(1OIN0S AM) COMIMW OF LOCAL KOLKH
Mr. and Mrs. II M Vaughn aro Pilvato William M. l!as come in
K'.amatli Falls sltois fiom Algoiun i last evening on tho tinln from Camp
l.evtls He Is a guest tit tho White'
W. II. Hoaik Is down for a few
das from Modoe Point on nuitteis
II F. Hell Is a recent arrival from
Davis, California He Is stopping nt
the Hotel Hall.
Halley are ie-
glstered at the White Pelican Hotel i
from San Francisco.
I. K. Kesterson n lumbeimnii from
H Welnmark Is among the visi
tors from the outside count) dis
tricts Ho Is registered nt the Hotel
Hall from Miilln.
Mr and Mis. J, U. Lent left tn-
dav for S.int'v Dnrbara, California,
where they expect to iicntiilu for
the next ten ilnvs.
Mrs It M. FlUgerald mid daugh-
THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 11)10
XOW POU THK
will have to be located, and the place
to put them is right here In KUm-
Jath Falls not In the woods. Don't
let us continue making the mistake
that has been made during the past
years. It is to the advantage of the
i manufacturers, as well as to our ad-
vantage, that the mills stay within
The Kood-roads movement is fnr,he clt's llmltjs- ,Let ,us sn the'n
eDbtacb" along on its way to inrcc. ,his ' m,e; and ,hen let us be ready
to Justify the statement that it can!,lh tlle sltM-
take care of itself. The Highway vBpnAM nrwc
Commission and the Countv Cout MANY OREGON BOYS
know that the people of the coun - SLATED TO RETURN
tTi want -roads, good roads, perman-
eat roads, and the calibre of the WASHINGTON. D. C. March 20.-
men on the Commission and Coun- The assignment of practically all the!
ty Court is g enough, broau nniw c the 91st Division and sever
enough, safe enough, practical al organizations of the 50th Army
enough to carry to completion the Corps for early convoy home has
mandate of their fellow citizens. ' been announced here. There are
With this belief. The Herald would tho. sands of Oregon men in the
turn Its attention to the matter of 9Ut division. The war department
rerivin- the, Commercial Club. i hds announced that the 147th re-
There never was a better time f-'iment of Field Artillery origlna.'yj
for the rehabilitation of the Com-,1'' the 4Is' Division, Is scheduled
merclal Club nor a time when we to leturn in May .This regiment In-
needed one more. Portland stands, eluded the old batteries A and,B of
ready to lend Its aid In carrying out. the Oregon National Guard.
any policy In which it can be of as
sistance, and we are going to need
a lot of It, for we have the Natron
dkff -I Ol A 1 nwin TJ n t 1 tf h 1 4 It s
Modoc Northern, the opening of the.
Indian Reservation, the mapping
creation and improving of a factory
district for Kiamatn Fans. Tiiese
are a few of the big problems we
must now face and 'solve. Alt m
these are fundamental projects that
we must have if we are to start on
the. upward, road that is to lead "us
to .the goal of the second city in
site, as we now are the second com
mercial city of Oregon". These things
can be secured without the aid of a
Commercial Club, but it would call
for the placing of a burden on the
shoulders of a few that should be
borne by the many. These are com
munity and by "Community" we
mean the entire county.
Too often will be heard the charge
that Klamath Falls is selfish and
wants everything for itself. But
this is a thoughtless remark. The
Strahorn"llne, for which Klamath
Falls has contributed 'so heavily, is
not a Klamath Falls project. It is a
county undertaking. The same Is
true""o"f all of the other ' projects
enumerated, with the possible ex
ception of the factory district, and
this "is, Indirectly, of as much im
portance to the county as is any of
the others. That is why the Com
mercial club should be a county
wide' organization. It should become
part. of the State Chamber of Com
merce, and members 'of the State
Chamber 'Of Commerce should be In
Tory section of the county, for we
are going to ask for many things
from this state organization. The
cost of belonging to both Is merely
nominal, but the benefits gained will
be of immeasureable value.
..Let us, therefore, get busy with
the Commercial Club. The time is
at band when we must do something,
for large Interests are knocking at
the door of Klamath Falls.
the Worden section is transacting , m(i niml1 )o co(ml yM
pISHrHB w I fell J
Frcsli Coluihbiu River Smelts
Four Pouitda for 2Sc
business In this tlty,
tors todiy fiom Chlloqiilu The tiro
James Hill was among tho tuilii' registered at the Hull.
arrivals last night from Chicago He.
Is a guest at the Hotel Hull.
Klamath Packing Co.
F Floyd, F. Hodonhtuner. D.,G
Glvan, P O'Connor and Maurice
-Mr. and Mrs K. G. Churchill came Keano are In the county spat for n
In yesterday from Algom.i. They left shoit time from Merrill.
this morning for Reno, Nevada. I ... ,..,,.,-, ,
J Hhlnehnrt Motschenluchei, a well
Mis. C. F. Angermtoir left this j known Khmilh Falls l.ny who
morning for her home at Weed, Cnll-i has been In tho military service has
fornia following a 3hort visit here j returned from Camp Lewis
F. M. Loaselcy. n well known to-, Mrs. Austin Hnjdcn loft on the
stdent of the Wood River Valley Is tir.in this morning foi Stockton and
In the counts seat for a few days. I Sun Fianclsco. Sho expects to be
. . , , K'iie foi a month or six weeks. '
G. A. Bellman of the firm of Hell-
man and Son left this morning fori Justice N. J. Chapman went to
California points on matters of bus- 'Dorrls today to attend n stockhold-j
ADLER-I-KA HELPS SON!
"My son hud Inllnmmntlon of
bowels and was grontlv bloated (with
gas) After giving Adler-I ku ho In
completely Cl'KKI) Doctors did no
good." (Signed) M (lurhiuil, Ferdi
nand, Ind. i
Ono dosu Adler-l-ka rellnv s hinir
stomach, gas and constipation IN
STANTLY. Komoves AM. foul mas
ter which poisons sjstotu. Often
CUKES constipation. Prevents ap
pendicitis. We havo sold Adler i U.v
many years. It Is a mixture of hiu k
thorn, cascara, glycerine nnd nine
othor simple drugs. Whltiuan Drug
Reynolds Mosu from Modoc Point
j ers meeting of the Knterpilse Land
' Compjiiv. Thev will return this
Jiffy-Jell is flavored with
fruit juice essences in
liquid form, in vials.
A wealth of fruit Juice
is condensed to flavor
each dessert. So it brings
you true -fruit dainties,
healthful and delicious, at
a trifling cost.
Simply add boiling
Compare; it with the
old-style gelatine desserts.
It will be a delightful rev
elation. Get the right kind
Is spending a few days in the city i
having come in to boost for good I Sirs. W I., Graves who has beon
roads ibeto for several months visiting at
I the home of Mrs. Chns Graves, left
See Charles S Hood. Klamtth ,hls '"""''"K '"' llpr "'0 Ilt -Agency,
the real estate agent. He.slnw- Oiegon
will write your contracts and other w . ... .
legal papers. 12-tf J Ml'- aml M"s J- Goldthwaite
are down from the Modoe Lumber
Company at Chiloquln for a short
visit. They are guests nt the White
R. J. Smith, nn official of the
Southern Pacific Company with
headquarters at Sacramento, came
In last evening on matters of bust
' ness for the Company.
I Nate Shandltng arrived last night
In the city from Portland. He has
jbeen identified with the l S. Mar
ines fo several months but has now
iiecelved his dischnrge.
J0-L't It. K. K. siom:.
it w em woman i:jos
sl.lMJ'INti SltKM.SS AITACK.
SAN I'ltANCISCO, Mm th 19
Tiled iiiiithoiH, If y nil w mil relief
from jonr famllj hum ti) to ion-
1 1 .11 t till) HloepllIK 'IlkllOHH ".
Mrs Henry Mayer of this city, who
has Just aw likened from a 1U d i)
sloop, nnn that nlthniigh the oxpoi
lotuo Iiiih loft hoi a little weak, Bln
thoiol) onjtiyod It
' It looks like a good thing for
tired mothers, ' hIio Htalod on being
rompletelv iwnkeneil "ou have no
woirhvi, y on forgot yoiu troubles,
j on have no dtoaiiis nnd you get u
good long lost '
524 Main Street
The otil thing that iuuium , u
Miivor, hIio kiiIiI, wan when H wM
odirsioiiiilly it vv ikouod fm n.nirtHh
inoiii She hIkium no in t rri 1 1 1 rnini
(bo hIim) unit when nuio auakiiiinl
hoi mind wim fully tuiiu
Son CharloM it it 1 Kl iinnth
Agonc), for liidlnii grii'iiirf lands in; I
l i'ti her 13 tf
DA,XCI.G SATURDAY rynXIXG
JAZZ MUSIC "
Select PUturcH Corporation
"DK LUXE AXXIK"
A THO-ReI Keystone Comedy.
Admission 10 and -0 cents. Sliovv
Starts 7:U and 0:15.
Life insurance companies have paid
St 10,000,000 on account of iiiflueme.
Heed the unrnlng mid got a low cost
policy from Cliikotc : Smith. 1-tf
Bargains In Cars
DORT TOURING CAR
Sells for St 1, 011.1 In Miiiiintli Pulls
CARLOAD OF REO'S ON THE ROAD
Will in i he in iihoiit a week
BETHLEHEM AND DUPLEX TRUCKS AND
C. L. McWilliams
610 Klamath Avenue
Royal Tailored Clothe
Kil. V. Prlie Clothes, at
20-2t K. K. K. STORK.
Ladies' & Men's
maui: 'io oitii:u
ui:st OP WORKMANSHIP
ii:itri:rr nr ci'aua.n ri:i:o
Prlii-s aro very reiisoiinble
Your Inspci lion luvlleil
Chas. J. Cizek
Ml Main St.
tO Flavor, at Year Croen't
2 Paekag for 25 Cmtt
RIXKARD RENT SERVICfE
Mght Phone 845
Next Monday and Tuesday tnu
Men's Olee Club of the University
of Oregon will be here for the pur
pose of giving a 'concert. Ordinarily j
this Is only of passing Interest, butj
in, this particular Instance there Is
more "back of their coming than J
mere business. Thia club comes here!
for, the first time on special invlta-,
tlon by residents of Klamath Falls.
who Jcnow its real worth, for onoj
reason, and because they saw- a
Chance to spread the fame of Klara-
ath Falls still further. The mem
bers of the club are capable of help- i
ing this city materially In man) ,
ways. From a purely selfish Interest
it will be a good investment to pa-j
tronlse the entertainment liberally I
Atlde from the material point of
view, its artistic value Is well worth
any Price charged. Lovers of good
music will be royally entertained'
and those 'who are not lovers of the
classical will hear plenty to please
the ear and quicken the pulse. Olvo
WILLIAM S. HART
Admission 10 & IS cents Matinee
.:I0. Kvenings 7:30 & 0. ,
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TUESDAYS AND SATURDAYS
Merrill. Oregon )
Sea Charles S Hood, Klamath,
Agency for health and accident In
Chili Con Carne
21 1 E. Oth. Solicit Home Trade
11 using Wcstinghouse Mazda
Lamps In ALL jour socket.
We make a specialt) of fitting
)ou out with the proper type,
sle and voltage that will give
j on the most light for the least
mono), and c will make free
deliver) on lamp purchases
amounting to 81.75 or over.
Wo give a Hogerti Silverware
ticket with each 25-cent pur
Till and Main Sts.
KLAMATH FALLS BRANCH
MASON, EHRMAN & CO.
OM e 120 S, Oth St. Phone S7
I.'. II. JEFFERSON
' "THE PICK OF THE PICTURES"
H. W. POOLE, Owner
"IN JUDGMENT OF"
Starring Franklyn Farnum
"WHO GOT STUNG?"
With Charlie Chaplin
"JUST LIKE FATHER"
The Great George Walsh in
"ON THE JUMP"
Admission 10c and 20c
A child accompanied by par
ent admitted free with a 20c
ticket, oxcept Saturday night
and Sunday night.
MR. HARRY BOREL
i!i 111 llMii! e na wnajy srne
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by It J if yiiulds
X. TEVER was such rif?ht-handed-twn.
1 fisted smokejoy as you puff out of a
jimmy pipe packed with Prince Albert I
That's because P. A. ha3 the quality
. You can't fool your taste apparatus any more than you
can get five aces out of a family deck I So, when you hit
Prince Albert, coming and going, and get up half an hour
earlier just to start stoking your pipe or rolling cigarettes,
you know you've got the big prize on the end of your line I
Prince Albert's quality alone puts it in a class of its own,
but when you figure that P. A. is made by our exclusive
patented process that cuts out bite and parch well you
feel like getting a flock of dictionaries to find enough words
to express your happy days sentiments!
Toppy red bag; tidy red tin; handtomo pound and half-pound tin
numidon-andthaf cawy, practical pound cryttal 8la$i humidor with
tponge moittener top that keeps the tobacco In ,uch perfect condition,
R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-Salem, N. C.
r GARDEN SEED-Bulk and Package Murphey's Feed & Seed Store
Oregon Standard Purity and Germination 126 South Sixth St. Phone 87