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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH ' FALLS. OREGON
H.vrntDAY, main ii "a, ,
The Evening Herald
.1, M 0 It It A V
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Ferved. SATI'MMV.'MAIICH 22. 1SMI1
OIKX Tlltf HKSKKVATION
cess. It after all these years their
methods have not reached such a
degree of success as to wnrraht tho
abolition of reservations, then tho
system had better be abolished or
tho responsible officials chanced.
Wo will confess that the system has
been n success so far n tho Klamath
Indian.'' oro conrorned, and our do-
we go Into tho matter with n de-tor- COST Ob'
initiation to win and face It with n!
AltMIKS IS PHOTKSIT.IV
thoroly orgauUed force, then wo
shall accomplish our purpose.
The llrst stop In tho accomplish- j
ment of this -should bj tho organlz-i
ing of a committee whose solo ob-l
Joct will bo tho opening of tho ro-
servution. A competent secretary!
j rightful and worthy task for the
; Commercial Club. Tho committee
Much has been said and consider
able done having for its object tho
opening of the Klamath Indian Ito-
servation, but today it is In Just the ; his people stood they
ma ml for the opening of the rosorvu-j tdiould bo employed, wluno solo
Hon Is the highest tribute we can work should be tho prosecution to a!
pay to the administration of the In-j successful conclusion .of this tnsK.J
dian llureau. but this tribute will lit will cost some miino) , but It Is of i
not carry us so far as to indorse n j sufficient Importance to tho county
continuance of the reservation pol-t Justify tho expense and to secure',
icy It is out of date and not at nil tho financial support that wo be-1
suited to the twentieth century In-, Hove will gladly bo forthcoming. Tho
dian that we have to deal with In organization of this committee Is a
T1... itmmMed mmli, lv tlu.Q,. til
I in- i 'f. v.-.-. ... .. ..... ...
dians was never better Illustrated i might bo made a llureau of tho Club
than In their stand on tho matter j and bo under Its supervision, but
ot good roads. Those who attended tho task Is such a tremendous one
the big meeting that was heldf here that it should not bo made part of
tliis week had reason to be amazed the duties of the secretary of tho
at the showing made by Levi Walk-' Club. It should have a paid ofrlclal
er. Xo one knew that he was to be of its own. and It should bo a man
called upon, not oven the chairman i who would be undeterred by any oh-'
of tho meeting. Yet we saw that nian.staele and who would have push and
stand there before an nndlence of vim enough In his make tip to drive
several hundred people and make a the campaign to nn early conclusion,
talk that would have been a credit, -
to a trained extemporaneous speaK
er. He told those present where
LONDON. March 21. Tho l.ei
man government has filed formal
ptotest with tho allied armistice com
mission against tho monthly de
mands by tho allies for money for
tho armies of occupation, according
to it Herman wireless report receiv
F.verybody should learn to swim.
Hot Springs swimming tank Is tho
place to learn. i!l-2t
! i.' mn tinnier of the Haw Mill
I7I?VirilM A I ' Hnglm'orliig and CoiiHttuctlon Com
Jf Vt A '
Hen Charles II,
UoOll is l.i, ,,.l.
Agency, I In real latn lu,.at ii
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it,.,.. U'nlll 111 I'l'll I lin ill". tiMir, '' i,t.ii ,.,.,,..., .. -v
l"'J 1 1 f, i ,.ii,i',i. j'
a short business trip. j sKSSJ-srsssrssss-ssv.-rs:
Hubert Cocker Is county seat
business from Chllouulu.
Mr. and Mrs. John IIcmsIk iiiiiI
Mi-m, Walter Von of Kort Klamath
have relumed from a vacation visit
Charlie McCartlo Is hero for a
short time from Merrill.
In Southern cunrorniu pomm.
.1. IV McAullffo. a stockman of the
iiiv'...ciloii Is looking after ImslnesH
Mrs. M. Kgan is registered at the ,,',,,.,,,,, In Klamath Falls lor a few
Hotel Hall today from Algoma. i,jS o Is staying at the White
cltv for I oilcan noiei.
.lames Straw Is In the
short business visit from
. .. t.... i ...i.t
line liiMiriimi- iiiiiijiiii(-s ii.iii- .i,i,ii ...
St 10,000,000 on nccoiiiit of liillticnc.,
lliw.l flu. imriiliu- mill ir.l 11 lull c-twt , Short
policy from Chitcoto At Siullli. 1-ttl Ilia.
S. M. Chubb
time from Los
U. Hall is In the city for a
time from Petulunm. Ciillfor-
Is hero for
Odessa. HV , ,,,,., .., M1H boon
hole for novenil weeks vihiiiiii: ihm
inolher, Mis. Jon Momo, loll this
morning for hor homo In Han Fl'an-
ilsco. Mrs. Monro has been soiIoiim
a short ly m !. now able lo bo up and
mailers inml(1 KI1.
10 Mnin Struct
(iclieinl Kiiriilliire ltcpaltiiK
at Hi'iliiiniihto l'i In-
: KITCHEN CABINETS
same situation that It was at tho
beginning. Now let us get at it
again, and this time with a deter
mination to carry it thru to a finish,
not permitting the specious offers
of Interested officialdom to stand in
the way ot ticcomplishlng the desired
to contribute personally and as a
tribe, that the roads of the reservu-
; tion may be Improved; they stand
1 ready to contribute and issent to
! the use of their funds outside ot
their reservation. If such use is
deemed necessary to the success of
! the movement. And there are scores
There is no question about the , of others who could have acquitted
sentiment of the Indians on this themselves as creditably. These men
question. They want to' be freed from should be no longer shackled. They
the chains of the reservation. Wei are capable of caring for their own
look back east to the Indian Terrl-. Interests, and they are also capable
As an indication of how foolish it
Is to code anything to the federal
government. Is the claim of tho He
clnmatlon Service to the laud above
the shore line of Klamath lake. Ore
gon, lu IPO.", ceded to the Kerlam
atlon Service tho bed of thU jane.
Once this department of tho gov
ernment fastened Its cancerous ten
tacles into it. It began to spread
until It laid claim to every thing'
above and below the waters, as well '
as the waters themselves. The time
is now at baud when tho state will
have to fight for Its property tho
school lands along the lake shore.1
Chili Con Came
I i:. (ltd. Solicit Home Trade.
. , i '"-"wi luii'f ilivum lilt' Itinu nilUll'
tory now part of the State of Okla.,ot caring for the interests ot those , oner mt lhe nio)oisoi, ,.,.,,...,
homa where we see tho rcserva-' Indians who may not be as far ad- ,o r1p ,hp Jke ana ,.,. ,
tlons abolished and the Indians . vanreu as mey are. ji.si us is .,e.,.K ; s,pad(,r ,.,.,.,..,,. 11S ,,, ,mlv 1)f
given full rights to citizenship, an,, done by the Cherokees and Chicka- frll(itraw- ,,,,, l)(, wlll.;,hlK,
we wonder why the exception in the saws. , n()t ,.. , K.,matll colmty
way the' It Is up to the people or Mam-, . . .
ath county to take a hand in his nnyth,nB to Washington, but ;
matter and start the ball rolling. , tQ begin larat , ontrcllch. ,
;We will have the support of the In-,ed offIclallow ()f le M f rom ,
, dians themselves. Let us go out and that w , , , h ,
S" l"-- "c,l' "' ""- '"l "' ""- ""'' The time Is fast
no more man
case pf Klamath. In every
Klamath Indian is equal and in
many respects superior to the east
ern brother. The only excuse we can .
find lies in the fact that we are too !
far west and still controlled by the
eastern idea, the western Indian is
as uncivilized as he was half a cen-
tury ago. Many of the officials of)
We cannot do it alone
the Indians by themselves could ae
romplish this task. We have . to
the Indian department foster this , break thru the almost Impregnable
idea, falling to see the Inconsistency ; wall of precedent, we will have to
ipproachlng when ,
the old fight or state's rights will
have to bo fought out again, onlyi
this time it Is the west that will;
have to fight for its existence. Wu'
nrp toiler sllfforln nc miipli fr.im
of such a stand when compared with cut thru miles of barbed red tanelcan,et bagge a3 uld tlle , ,,r.
their contention that ttielr admin-; and we will nave io ureaK oown uiei
istration of affairs has been a sue- strongest kind of opposition, but ifj
Every time you buy a tire or
a tube from our stock, we
are selling you more than
that, we arc .selling you sat
isfaction. We must do that
to keep our trade, to build
up a reputation mid n sure
foundation for future busi
ness. That is why we buy
only the goods maiiuf act tir
ed by companies who June
the same standards for t;ool
Ing the reconstruction period.
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"OLD WIVKS FOIt XKV"
With An All Star Cast.
A Splendid I'icturiatloii of David
(.'rahaui Phillips (ileal Novel.
Also Tun Iteels of Comedy.
MAH .MAKSII .
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A Itomaiice of a t.'lil who liought
Happiness for a Dollar.
Admission to and -0 cents. Show
Starts 7::to and t :."..
Mrs. M. J. Prouty was a imssoiigiU'
on the train this mottling for Weed.
I W. S. Pa tu left this morning (or
i his homo In the Midland district aft
' er a short visit here.
' T. C. (Inibb and Walter Harris
lure among tho locent arilvnU from
I San Francisco.
j II. M. Ilurton who oporates a i
ranch at Modoc Point Is looking af
ter business interests lu this city.
Mrs. Meilu Davis left this mom-'
, Ing for California points where she
expects to visit rolatlos and friends.
C. C. Spanlor was among the train
ariivals last night from New York
He is a guest at the White Pelican
Mr. and Mrs. (leorgo Itoss left on
the train this morning for California
I points where they expect to May for
I some time.
Mr. ami Mm. Silas Obeiu hilin left
i trfday for lleikeluy. where the) ex-
Ol'lt DISPLAY OF
In a profusion of styles and values
that cannot fall to appeal lo every
tillHTHI'DK A! CO..
IM-St .VJ7 .Main Street.
Ken Charles H ilood. Klamath
Agency, for Indian grinlHit lands and
KLAMATH FALLS lilt M'
MASON, EIIRMAN & CO.
(IllUe 111(1 S. nth St, IMiiiik. H7
K. II. .IF.FFKItSON
PORTLAND, March 22. For the!
making of high grade papers, a now i
mill is to be built at Salem very j
soon, backed almost entirely by :
i Protland capital. C. K. Spauldlng, I
j the Chus. K. Spauldlng Logging com-J
I Pany, Herman Andre and several !
other Portland people thus far tin-!
announced, are interested. The new ,
"Tlio (Jill of The fJolden West"
With An All Star (list.
The Sixth Fplsodo of
"The Lure of the Circus"
is to be capitalized at
1 A IJAHK OPPORTUNITY j
We have for sale an excellent little'
business in one of the very best towns '
in Klamath County. Stock and ll
tures will Invoice from SHOO to,
St, (100. Two story building with Iiv
ing rooms upstairs anil large lot is1
dirt cheap at $2;0((. lliiildinir anil
stock will sell for approximately
93.000, mid less than 2.000 will ha.,- MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
din It. This is your chance to get a
'Reed income from a small Investment. .MOTION PICTUItKS
Owner will sacrifice at above price if
sold within three necks. ICxcellenl
reason for selling. Investigate this
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I Is safe depository, depeiidalile service and progressive
I yet conservatlvo policies. Suriey the operation of the
I I First National Hank. You'll llud its past performance
I amjile proof of future nll-Yotiud serviceability, ,
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I It. 1', Wlllets, Ylce-l'resldeiit, ,
I Lcsllu Itogcrs, Cashier.
I A. M.' Collier, As.st. Cashier. '
I , Jliii Al. Aloore, Asst. Cuslilcr. I
pie First National Bank!
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Starring Kitty Gordon,
The Girl with the Ten Thousand Dollar Back
pect to visit
their niece who Is lu
C. K. A. Dennett came In on the
train last evening on matteis of bus.
Iness from Medford. IU Is Mopping
at tho Hotel Hall.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Ciiliilinii are
among the County seat visitors from
tho Merrill district. They are guests
at the Hotol Hall.
.Mrs. George M. Mayfleld of Fort
Klamath left this morning for I'ori-'
land whero tihu expects to visit
friends and relatives.
CALL SIKKTINtJ AT COHPS.
There will bo a call meeting of tho
local hcapter of the Woman's Itullef '
Corps hero Monday afternoon at twoj
o'clock, ut which time the State Pros.;
Ideal Mrs. (lllmun will bo present
and at which new members will be '
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I Community Thrift
11 Thrifty towns, like thrifty people, are
always cheerful-looking and prosper
ous. Thriftless towns are shiftless towns.
They have a dreary, dismal look brok
en fences here, shutters off the hinge
there, ruts in the road and blights on
Thrift is contagious. When one man
sets out to keep his house nicely painted
and in good repair, the lawn well-mown
and the yard free from litter, the neigh
bors soon do likewise. And before long
the whole community is a better and
more pleasant place in which to live.
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