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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 21, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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TkaCirAn;n liZn.U ' tllll": u "fls Ionlly ,h0 ,',K""nR '"' MM xx lint a shame It was thm rnriAk T & t 1 A4MfiMxs!
1 ne IVening OeraiU j hor of what i, I10w nationally these poor people were robbed nml LfKKM )N Al , ) .;
knoxxn as the "Social Center Moxe buncoed In this fashion Some of r--i-!---- $ MM WWV 1 M W t
ment ' onl It xxas stnrted long lie- these "pour people" thought so, too, A 4r Y F 1 ' ' I
ihe winneK to., inc.
J. M U It R . V
foie that lilu.i xxas glxen publicity ami left, to their excrlastlng sorrow
These meeting haxe ilone much anil loss Others stnxed ami still
Published dally except Sunday by for Ml LaU anj it8 people The nre'otheis e.une. Todaj
Kalls? Ko.nK,o do nue. Next Friday, here! n.ed as the .,
A I'. links Is n rurnnt iit-rtlnt
""'i "- ' from rrinexiiie. I
Mil be hold in tho Mt 1-nKl church pic of tho county, duo ontlreb to ' iur'n , , "J , Z A
Entered nt the potoinco at Klam- a meet. he that will hao Tor Us pur- tho roturna tht lmo uuvlxcd (torn hum Chlloquln. t
- ..., u.t -. tiuuouuoaiuu iiuu H)S(. nil 1111 U U fill Vll- " uir vi'invi iiiuii Ultlil? 1 t'll HUIJ .'II 11111)11
the malls us second-clnsa matter of nnmthe ground sur-! Issue the challenge of "stum me."
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I Mr. and Mrs. Ueot'KU K, Kurber
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426 Main Street
subjects tton The same storx xUI bo told i,, fur .,.a...' .m,,, i!-. i.,,i ' A
. - T U"XHIIU 1lt' t BUI MIICTt-
W. T Anderson left this morn-
address In tha United States- '"e mime oi .in oi me RuinerinRg mm uie eouniy is uue or inner see-
One year J5 00 the neighborhood Other
Ono month 50 ll i, .lUciied. but out of thNl xxltliln (en mmh about I.ineell Vainness xlslt In Klamath Falls
' meeting there ire koIiii; to firoxx blK ley and Yoniia Vnlloj Timber land ,,., ,, . o.lnia ...r, ,i,i. ,-
Xi'inu'r r tim , wi,.i..,i tr.w . ......... .. . .... .... ... . "', " " hurl els left this mom
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Tho Associated Press is exclusholy al( , pps thnt thu Rnmlh will ex-' mnnd-by of the county.
AtlllfflAit In llin linn Fj.tt A.itiltlrAA tlhH B .
inly, for like our xMt xxlth her father and mother. iV
enimod to mo use tor republication . . ' ,, ... ., , , n... ., . .... , ,..
of all nexvs dispatches credited to It toml " I""1"'" "tl1 otller "elsh-j climate, xxe ran sell the products Mr ,, Mra, Mnroil Uronl ,,)ft y
or not otherxx-Ise credited In this pa- borhoods thruout the count.x xmii t)e,exeix year , this morning for Dorrls after it short
por, and also local nexxs published affected bx It. We hope to see thiu-J , xlslt xxlth relatives In Klamath Falls. i
bereln. ,,, Kiintli social renters similar .MTIOX l'Olt fDl.l.ri'TIOV. mi... t u- . , I 2
All tl.n . ........ i.it..ii .. -. ... "- - i i .Min ... i.i'jt mi ii'itc.iL's nil. (mi An
All rights Of repilbllcallim Of spe-i, M, , ... , h..r.. nn lnflmM.ee for' nt Merrill l..fi fnr l'nril,....l Ihl. V
i .. .i.. ....iir nt i... ........... ' I. ......... r..H i it i luoiiilnir fot it nhnrt Ult with hnr &
Kl.U.l ll'l l.lt lll'Ull il uiv ,ti.-vjiih., muii mi nil' liuil-t-tiuil ill "" ..
mix be Inculcated and xhere w ill ! J2C0 for professional sorx-lces rend
clal dispatches herein are also re
FIUDAY, MAHCII 21, It) HI
sit. Iraki's st)Vi.ii ck.ti:k.
spring up a fountain head of truth
and education that xlll purify,
cleanse and drlxe out some of the
xiiious doctrines that are stealthily
thrustinp their heJds Into the home.s
of our beloxed country.
IMItM" AS AX IXVKSTS1KXT.
Out In the neighborhood of Mt
l.akl there has been going on a quiet
movement thnt has escaped the at
tention of the people ofthecomu.x,
and this hiding of their light under j .
n bushel Is reall.x unfortunate Kxerx i "You newspaper men alxxajs talk
section of the county should folloxi about timber. Umber, timber Why
in the footsteps of the people of Mt don't ou talk some about our
I.aki, for they lead' to the higher farms? Hack east xihere I came from
things of life, those xxorth lixing a fanner pa.x.s $20,000 for 1C0 acres
and xxorkingvfor community inter-' and if he rents it out he will axer
est, intercourse and dexelopment age, jear in and eir out, for a ten
This policy will exentually attract year period, not oxer txo percent.
to this neighboihood a better class net, on his Inxestment and be satis
of residents, people xho bellexe In I fled. Hoxv Is It here? Down In Malln
the great commandment, "I.oxe -tn.x j a man xxlll pay $100 an ncre for his
neighbor as thxself," for that Is the: land and he xvlll rent it for half. He
guiding star of the people of the Mt i can raise three tons of hay to the
l.akl district. Not that they arc acre and he is sure to sell it for
solemn-faced, joyless, nairow, sel-. $S a ton or $24 an acre. That gixes
fish. They are Just the rexerse. At him for his share $12. Txvo dollars
the social gatherings that haxe play- an ncre will pay taxes and mainten
ed such an important part in the ance charge, leaxlng him $10, or ten
life of these people, there sou xxlll percent on his investment. I haxe
find happiness and laughter, enter-, earned as high as $100 an acre on
prise and co-operation, sjmpath' my land, and no year less than sixty
and help. And it has all come out for the past three years. If you can
of the faft that a fexx of the more beat that x tth timber, show It to
daring ones several years ago con- me." .
ceived the idea that 4t would be a. This is part of the enthusiastic
good thing "If xxe Just got together conxersation of Mr. F. Zumpf, one
once in awhile and "broke the mono- of the Bohemian colonists xvho came
tony." The first meeting xxas such a to this county ten years ago and lo
success that a second, and a third cated at what is now Malin rec&g
and a fourth xere held, the number nlzed as being one of the richest
attending increased and the final sections of Klamath County. Many
decision to make It a permanent' were those who shook their heads
ered and $ir.2.'i0 haspttil serxins. Frank Itlooiiilugvump Is In "the
no part of which has xet been p.ili . ?"' looking, after business Interests
i, i.., ... .,. ... .i from. ' 9T.ls. Ilo Is stopping at the
Johnson against Kddie Oookmau Jn
the office of 'the Countx Cloik, tru j
his attorney II. C. (,roesbeck.
A ItAltK OlM'OltTCXlTV
We luiir for sulo an evccllcnt little
biiine-.s In one of the er best towns
in KlaiuiUli Count). Slock" anil (1
lures luoli-i from SHIM fu
SI. 0011. iTuo stor l.iiililliiK with llw
ing rooiiis upstairs mill large lot is
ilirt cheap at !jl-J,tMH. Itiilldlng mid
stork xxlll sell for aiiprovlniately
Hotel Hall ,&
V II 1.x tie. State Veterinarian Is ,V
ith Falls for U short bust- ?
ness visit. II
White IVlican Hotel
We offer while Present stock lasts:
The pound . . 12'ic
1 In Klamath Falls for U short b
I He is reglsieled at the
Mr. and Mrs. I). M. ISilff'tn and Y
W H. (nitidis aie iiuwn Horn Uagle'V
Ouy and Hoy Meirlll are In the ..
city from Men III tod.iy. Ouy reports'
that conditions there are of the best1!
Keyless, three boxes . .
llldge fpr a few days. Tliov
stopping at 11 Hotel H.'ll.
anil that things are certainly going
to hum iiround the Alfalfa city thta
9.MHH), ami less than jKI.tHH) will ban-1 -l "
die H. This Is )(iur chalice to get a! Mr and Mrs. II. ri, Wolford-are
g.MAI Income from a small ln est men 1. 1 In the city for i sboit llmtx from
Owner villi sacritlce at ulmie lirlce if I Ynlnnv uliom Mr x.'nlfnr,l lo miiii.
sold xxlthln throe wks. Kvcellent I td in tho niemuit.io business. They, t
reason for selling, lmestlgute this. .are stopping nt tin White Pelican. V
21-3t CH11.COTK SMITH. A
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i fusii;. a iiiiiiuurii.uii, u.i is nil'ca.
ei In the. Pelican llav Lumber Com-'
. pany here, arrlre.l last eveiiiiii? fo.-i
a xlslt xvlth his .10:1 II IJ. Moi'ler.
son Mr Mortenso 1 Senior resides 111
HEINZ PORK AND BEANS IN
TOMATO SAUCE, smalhcans 13c
The can 14c
BEST STANDARD CORN
The can 19c
Harry I). Mills, who Is Identified
xxlth the City anuCountv Abstract
Company of th! 'Itv and xho for''
merl resided in Klamnt.i Falls, is
MHS. JIOOUK WAS SO WKAK Sill: 're on matters of business f on
ri-irin H4K11I v r-i.-x i'i ,ll"t,! Kulls or 8l,or' ,in'e- "''
IOll,l HAKOIA (.KT II I Came III last evenliu ni! Is rogls'er-
1 Best Creamery Butter
TAX-.cd at the White Pjllcan Hotel
HKAI.TH IlKsTOKKI) IIV
I,AC , I
I See Charles S. Hood, Khvnithi
"I feel so , well now that I can Agency, the real estate agent. Hej
hardly realize the awful condition 1 1 wl11 write -0UJ contracts antl other
xxas In before I took Tanlac." .said ,eeal papers' 12-"
Mrs. E. I.. Moore, of 943 S. Welling-'
ton street. Memphis, Tennessee. ! ...iiKj;' ?- -h,rt- "Bd M"U
20-2t K. K. K. STOHK.
Price guaranteed for Saturday enly:
v The pound .58c
The roll $1.15
While not as yet in full swing, of
fers you a line of wholesome Iiohh--cooked
foods, without the work umi
worry of preparing them.
When you are infa hurry or Imve
unexpected guests, send in for cakes,
salads, pies or meats.
Jhe list of foods "will be increased
from day to day until the line is com
plete. We cannot resisV saying a word or
so regarding our cakes; these are not
mere cakes, but confections that melt
in your mouths.
The Winnek Co., Inc.
Our Store Is a Factor In
This innr sound Just a little
conceited, but Isn't It n fuct?
Consider hoxv much the goods
xxe sell have to do xxlth jour
comfort, jour contentment,
jour greater cnjojineiit of
life. Xoxv If xxe can offer jou
theoe goods in their best
qualities at prices that make
it es for jou to possess
them xxe beliexe xxe're aiding
jou to better lixing.
Your serxlce Is a large ele
ment in our business. We
want jou to demand more of
us than of others. We be
llexe xxe'll make good. Come
lu and see Just what xxe haxe
to offer jou.
"I had been In a rundown condi
,S..t, tr fun .'.-, ..o ' oi,.. nnn.f miMil
"and was so weak I could hardly
keep going. I had to force myself to
eat, but nothing agreed with me and
I got so lifeless and no account that
I could hardly get up when I was
sitting or lying doxxn, or even do
my housework. I suffered xxlth,
splitting headaches, that would al-,
most drlxe me distracted. I
"My appetite picked up on my
first bottle of Tanlac and I am now
eating three hearty meals a day,
those awful headaches are gone and
I am feeling just fine. I hax'e gained .
ten pounds and am strong enough
1 to do all my housework xlth ease.
Tanlac did me a world of good
more than all the other medicines I
,. .. .... .. .
naxe tanen inn togeiner. tiyrame. kccd
Tanlac is sold In Klamath Falls by i family. The big bottle is economy.
the Star Drug Co , and In I.orellr bj.
the James Merc. Co. Adv.
Sloan's Liniment has the
punch that relieves
Tliis warmth-givinc, conjesiics
ccattcrinz circulation-stimulating rem
edy penetrates without jubbint right t9
t!ie aching spot and brings guick relief,
cjrely, cleanly. A wonderful help fcr
cr.tcrr.al pains, cprcins, (trains, ftiijf
&K3, headache, lumbago, bruifes.
Get your bottle todav costs little.
means much. Aal: your druenst fcr i:
'. keep it handy for the whole
426 Main St.
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OIKON CIX'H Mh'KTS.
There will be a meeting of the
HITCH IX XKdOTlATIOXH Life liiMirnnie i-ompaiiii-s lu.ir paid
AT POSKN lli:itltTKI. l IO,M(0,00l on uiii.uiil of liilliirnr.
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roison uiiid oi me rine iirote ncnooi . ".
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noiise tomorrow uvynuiK. I'.veryuuu
Is I'lged to bo on hand at this Mient
Itoyal Tailornl Cloth.
Kd. V. Price Clothes, nt
20-2t K. K. K. HTOHK.
,,,, ... . , ., ., y.' ihiIIc) frOin Ctilliole .V Hiullli.
PAIHb, March 21. Negotiations '
i between the Interallied coiiiiiiIsbIuii
eis and the German representatives
i nt Posed haxe been again Interrupt-,
ed. It Ih understood that the (leruuiti
, high lommnnd l.s lu open conflict
'with Heine cabinet and will nut riA
speit the Pollslf armistice ,
OUK DISPLAY OF
FOR SERVICE AND QUALITY
The only up-to-date market in the city that 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 .
Fore Round Steak 25c
Loin Roasts 28c
Loin Chops 30c
SUGAR CURED SMOKED MEATS
Bacon Backs 33c
KLAMATH PACKING CO.
Phone 68 524 Main St.
Fashion's very smartest conceptions
of the ultra exclusive are finely; re
flected In .
fiOl.11 MKI1AL HATS
21-2t SPRIXfi 1IHI1
30c, 60c and $1.20
I.nilttfl Hnnillflir trt.l fnr tim iiiIa'
In a profusion of styles and values kU t)J. ,lm .rosltorlan Church'
that cannot fall to appeal to every nr ren.ue.stcd to huvo their till mis '.
at the offlro of tho Western Transfer
''onipany4by ten o'clock Sattirdn.x 1
OKHTIU'DK & CO.,
21-2t A27 Main Street
"THK PICK OK TIIK PICTURKS"
H. W. POOLE, Owner
The Great George Walsh in
"ON THE JUMP" t
Fatty Arbuckle in ' "
Charlie Chaplin in
"CAUGHT IN THE RAIN"
t E. K. Lincoln in
Mutt and Jeff to the Rescue
Latest Hearst International Current Events
Admission 10c and 20c
A chili accompanied by par
ent admitted free with a 20c
ticket, except Saturday night
mid Sunday night.
MR. HARRY BOREL
DAXCIXfl SATURDAY KVKXIXC1
Select Pictures Coi'M)iiiUou
"UK MJ.XK AXXIK"
A Txxo-IUsel Keystone Comedy.
Admission 10 and 20 cents. Show
Starts 7::m and 0:1.1.
WII;MAM S. H4RT
Admission 10 & tft cents .Matinee
2.80. Kvcnlngs 7:.'I0 & 0.
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
MOTION PICTURKb j
TUESDAYS AND SATURDAYS
Merrill, Oregon t
KLAMATH KAI.KS HHAXCjl
MASON, EHRMAN & CO.
Oniru 1 20 S. dill St. Phone 87
i:. II. JIIITKIIHO.V
PRODUCER TO CONSUMER
PEOPLE'S QUALITY means THE HIGHEST
PEOPLE'S PRICES mean THE LOWEST
PEOPLE'S SERVICE means THE BEST
Come in and get our prices, compare them
with any other house. If they are not as low or
lower, we do not want your money. And, re
member, that one big factor in meats is
For Quality Meats,
call up Phone 83.
534 Main St.
AIPATPA .FFH GARDEN SEED-Bulk and Package Murphey's Feed & Seed Store
jT.LaM jrM-di. JHL kl -I -I J Oregon Standard Purity and Germination 126 South Sixth St Phone 87