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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 3, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH PALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
J. MURIU V
tdand the loss. Tlio Western Union
surrendered and formally recounted!
(lie I'ostul as a legitimate competitor
As a result ot this competition, this
country has hod under prlvnto owner-
. ., . . .. ship easily tho best telegraphic ser-
Klamath Falls, at 11G Fourth street cost
t IlICSS SUIUc tocr unci tuuva hi
MTTt.K RIDKI.UIIITS ON I.OtWl. II.IVI'I.(JH
AMONd TIIK rKOI'l.i: OK THIS CITY AND VICINITY.
OOINGS AND COMI.NOS OK I.OtWli KOI.KS
Entered at the postofTlce at Klam
ath Falls, Ore., for transmission thru
the malls as second-class matter.
! Hert Mason Is n
' visitor from Odessa,
regulate llurleson wo shall have a
very much poorer service at a very
much Kreater cost; and this apart
from the telephone scandal to which
the press of tho country Is still devot
ing largo space. What n lot of Inves
tigating the new congress will no call-, t,-, ni rivals List nUli fiom tloiK.
ed on to undertake! j itj
The Associated Press Is exclushely " nne i.ur.eson. one u. ,,, ...use ...- Oownlnu- returned to
entitled to the use for republication 'competent postmasters general ever! -Mrs. i. 11. novwilng returned to
. ti v nwttn.- n ui uvu iirutij iii vi ti
Subscription terms by mall to anv
address In the United States:
One year ... $5.00
One month . ..... 50
. I Ilansdel Is In tiwu on bus.
11 oii todvv from Keno
J. 1'. Suterlee ws uvaong t lo
Member of the Associated Tress
ot all news dlspatchos credited to Hi Inillcted on the country, has aroused
or not otherwise credited in this pa-j tllp indignation of business men ev
her'eir! """ """"""Wwlicro and has been condemned by
All rights of republication of pc- trade organisations In nearly all Un
cial dispatches herein are also ro-t portant cities, he has unwittingly ren
aenred. ilered the country a very valuable ser-
'Ice by, demonstrating the falsity of
short visit here.
Ian Kllgoro. a rnnchor of rpper
; I.angell Vnlley Is In tho city for .1
, short visit Ho enmo to meet his wife
who has been siting relatives In
j Seattle and Portland.
Word has been tocclACci from liar
old Hum-iker, who left heio at the!
outbreak of the war with the tsth
Kailwiy Knglnoeis that bo expects to
be returned ftom I'laiico In about
three weeks. I
J. C. Walker Is a county seat lsl- J. M. lledford. who has chaige of
tor from l.orella today, lie Is n guest! Il-e timber on the Klnninth ludla-i
at the Hotel Hall ' l!otntlon Is hero ..'Hit Mis. Ilcd-
' lord for p hnrt lime from ihn Kl-iu.
V. Colvlg left for his home at Ash-,,, Auonry. Thov th. f iviik at tho
the theorv that covernment control or. """ '"'" '- " '" " Vlt'to I'ollcim llolol.
! ,, . ... ' In Klamath Falls,
ownership makes either for cconom) , , T w p,,,.,., l0 ,nv ,,.,,,,,
or efficiency. So far as he has been Mrs. J. II. Duncan left on the train mailllR,r f tll0 Algonm Lumber Co.
'able In the short time he has played this morning for Ashland after a visit' . ... ...... ,.. ai,n, , i,,i,i,it lu
Byastrdkeof the pen. Postmaster the rol ot autocrat, he has shown; of se era! weeks hero, j ,,e ,s acfomanIl,, i,y ).;. J. (Irani.
p 1 sli H Mm rail if i - p M i
p I iff 1 IflMW 1 si 1 IS UK If
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THURSDAY, APH1L 3, lOtl)
DESPOTIC Hf Itl.KSOX
Klamath Packing Co.
uw pi rxsrvwu WIV1CV
524 Main Street
Ill n st.kji: ST VIM'S SHUN.
General Burleson, on forty-eight j u,lU ,no "ncl oppos,l ls lrue' ",
hours' notice. Increased all telegraph 1 lliis tlone hls u,Uo bit t0 cncck ono
fniu an nor .. it...io- ji,...ii phase of radical socialism. Tele-
powers conferred upon him by the sram.
war emergency he was able to do ,
this, and as the United States is still The uneviable record that Oregon
legally at war with Germany, the j has made In preceding loans and tho
public has no recourse. It must pay j thoroughness of the organization et
the higher tons, . fecteri at the conferences of county
In order to accomplish his purpose, chairmen and directors last week are
Burleson was obliged to pave the believed to be the stimulus to efli
way by committing an outrageously clency when the date for subscrlp
despotic act which Is without par-j tions to the Victory Liberty Loan Is
allcl In the history of our govern-' reached. Treasury department offi
ment. He deprived the owners ot the ! clals have offered as an incentive to
Postal Telegraph of the use of their! the state first In completing subscrip
property, and in effect confiscated the tion the large flag that floated over
Mr mid Mrs J I' Disking, who
were lervntly man led In this clt
left this morning for Nowidu. whine t u sported tlml .li- i.taije lino
Mr. Husking will bo MR 1I11 Identified j lo lellli lvm m Huno,l uli'iiit 'Ho
foi a short time looking after busi
ness Interests from Illy.
Father I .a Vasscur left this morn
ing for his home in California after
a short business visit in this city.
I'lllt'xs iihJiHIlim In- ltlll.tr iii. ..
I11.1t Ion of VS'noilruu Wilsun i ,
(Iranil Idi'illlHt of the I.Kiiciie of No.
IIoiih will bo I'oiiHlilfri'il iiii,iiut ,
itlertlou. As tlio li-ngu.- will r,.,iiirfl
n Soilniiiil Anthem . will avumi u
with the company will bo located near llmm. Mr. mid , wll0 ttlu ,,lirup u,, 8orMco l'i,"" V , ','" J,e.t !,.""? ,1'"",,lll,'l
.M,s. l.osk.ng have a host of wnrm I , lLU wlr, 110l ,.,,a.n Ut W$ "riUa pS'VuM'th!
ftn.nlu 1. tlilu it. iiiiiiillv .flu. r.. . . ... . ... .... 1.... ..lit .iiii
.-I.,- ... ...... .-. ... j, mu K,n iiru nl mis mm;, um um, nne
ir..fi( Minlt fl.iinrlllt 11 rrftm litis i.ltv
of the California-Oregon Power Com.
pany, who has been here for several 1
V. Miller and C, Houston are hero I wl' f"erly held this position and! with the Ktnniluid Oil Compiuv. He. f,m,0pntt, i ), mouth. C. I. Ulek-
at l.os Angeles.
Vice President, AIe Hosborougb
irake the attempt.
Mr. nml Mrs. I). M. (Irlfflth. who
property. Here was a public utility the capitol building at Washington
carrying on Its business Intelligently
and serving the public efficiently. In
the view ot Dictator Burleson, it was
tldjs on business from Oakland, left ' lia u recently Il.siotvd of the Uagle
J. K. Douglas Is here on a husf t tudn for Medford, where bo will atiltlilgi. Tavern on I'ppur l.aku. loft,
ness lslt from San Francisco. He h tend the funeral of Mis. II. I.. Walk-! this morning for San Diego, when. .. ,,,, gProlM i,mVel and liver'
a guest at the White Pelican Hotel 1 ,,ri Ur0 0f tho"resldint manager the) expect to lenialn for some lime tr,,nhle. Lest Co pounds and could1
Mrs. A. Kberhardt and Mrs. Ilern-i
ath are recent arrivals from Dorrls.
They are stopping at the Hotel Hall.,
April llocords nt SlieplienN
J. A. Maddox a well known farmer
of the Merrill district was In from his
ranch for a short time yesterday afc
Now, what was the nature ot the
guilt ot its president, Clarence H.
Mackny, who wus ousted from his
office. There are three counts In the
indictment: (1) He advocated car
rying on his business in a businesslike
way, free from the evils ot bureau
cracy. In order best to serve the pub
lic; (2) He paid the -employes a fair
wage; (3) He refused to raise rates
for the reason that he was satisfied
with the returns at existing rates.
Dispossession of his property as
punishment for his refusal to profi
teer furnishes an opportunity to re
call briefly the history of the Postal
Telegraph and Commercial Cable
companies, organized by the late
John W. Mackay and the late James
Gordon Bennett. Mackay was a born
fighter. In the language ot one of his
Nevada admirers, ,he was a "fighter'
from Bitter Creek, and the further up
the creek the worse they get, and he
was from the head-waters." Only John
Mackay was the first man to oppose
the gigantic Western Union monopoly'
anjl survive. It was the policy of the
Western Union to kill opposition lines (
by rate wars. Men under 50 will re
member that during these rate wars
they conld send a 20-word message
from Chicago to Kansas City to New
York for one cent. Mackay had too
much money to lose and the nerve to
during the history-making Period of j. nt A f fomerly of
the war. Oregon should win 1; UlIs clty ,ias recently ,)Pell dlschari.ed
'''" j from the army and i.s now visiting in
' San Francisco.
Keep down the gopher pest with a
.22 caliber Homlngton and hollow
point cartridges. ."I-l'Jt
See Charles S. tloocl. Klamath 1
Agency, for Indian gru'.Iu lands iid-I
looking after business Interests. They nal only liquid food. Ilegaii taking
announce that thoy will still rug-aid' Adlor-l-ka and now weigh uiiini 1 hill 1
Kliiimitii Cimiilv us lli.-lr Intnl. sml ovor' Eal l""1 "''""I' 1" "- ,
Klimitli Count) as thlr hiimi ami ,fl( ,, (,corJ. uk.,,,,1, ,ttle'
will probably leturn here later to rtl. Minn. One cIimo Ailler-I-kn n-'
SHIPS STOCK TO PORTLAND.
George W. Offleld of the Midland
district Is shipping a car load of hogs
and one of cattle to Portland today
from Midland. Mr. Offleld will ac
company the shipment north.
fly using Wetitlnghoose Mazda
Lamps in ALL your sockets.
Wc make a specialty of fitting
you out with the proper type,
size anil voltage that will give
ou the most light for the least
money, anil we will make free
delivery on lamp purchases
amounting to 91.75 or over.
We give a Rogers Silverware
ticket with each 25-cent pur
chase. Link River
7tli anil Main, Sts.
Vera Duncan came in yesterday
from the Bonanza section. She left
today for a visit with relatives ut,
Oroville, California. 1
Mrs. C. T, Garlarneaux, a well
known resident of Klamath County1
Is reported seriously III at the home-
of her daughter, Mrs. Steve Herlihy
Miss Florence Chrisman, who Is
. employed as stenographer in the law
office of H. M. Manning left today for;
a visit with friends in the northerly
, part of the state. : '
DANCIXG SATlltDAV KVCMNtt
Life insurance companies have paid
$110,000,000 on account of infiuenxe. j
Hn-d thn wurnini: and set a low cost,
1 policy from Chilcote & Smith. 1-tf '
KLAMATH FALLS 11RAXCII
MASON, EHRMAN & CO.
Office 120 S. Oth St. Phone 87
K. If. JKKFKRSON
THE BEST PLACE ;
Wo curry the largest stock;
Wc sell the moht Pianos;
Wc have the best Agencies;
We whip carloads, unboxed, saving freight;
We give the Lou est Prices;
We give Service mid Sutlsfurllon.
''Oier Fifty Years One Business in One Family
EARL SHEPHERD CO.,
KXARE AND LYON & HEALY PIANOS, ETC.
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
ZZX li, i '
Select Pictures Pirscnts "
Also Tu Heels of Comedy
Ailmisslou 10 unit 'M rents. Show
.Starts 7::t nml tt:l.".
' Ti-imiuli Piesents
WILLIAM S. HART
"THE RETURN OF DRAW EC.'.VN"
Patho Ni'uh Latest Curient Events
Admission 10 Ji I." cents Mntiiiuc
2.:W. Evenings 7::t(l Jt II.
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TUESDAYS AND SATURDAYS
Khmath l.udgo No. TT A I-' ami
A. M special lominuuicnlloii ! 1 l.l.iv
night. April 1th nt ":I0 slnrp Work
It- M. M. Degree. Visitors v(-I inn.
Ily order of the W. M
C). C. Applegate, Se-n-'ir).
CARD OF TIIAVKS.
I wish to express m) heart foil ap
preclatlou to my neighbors and
friends and lo the I O. O. F. Rebec
ahs and Womans Library Club for
their man) acts of kindness dm lug
my recent great berenement
A. II. l.l'ND.
lleves sour s'oinurh kh and eonstl-j
I pallon Instantly. Itemoviu till foul
matinr which poisons nystem Often
irureii coimtliiatloii Prevents appen
dicitis We lmo sold Adler-I kit
many years It In a mixture of buck
thorn, I'lmcaru. 1: 1 vcrl in- ami nine
ollur siiiiple drug Whltuuin Drug
Company Ath ,
A black hnrso came lo what Is
known us thu Arehlo Colson ranch
eurly In tho morning of March 12'itli.
llruniled W on right shoulder. -Ira
Orem and Iven Icenblce. 2 31
Ask Chilcote .V Siiillh about the
LOW COST life, iiii-ltleiit nml heallh
policies of the Trawlers. 1-tf
Look and Feel
Clean, Sweet and
Fresh Every Day
Drink a glais of real hot water
before breakfast to wash
Come and see our line of
Now on display at
-LOREHZ FLUMBIfIG SHOP
123 N. Sixth St.
New Jewelry helps
make now elotheti mure
Mt 1 lull, prettier iitnt
'simppler " Neckltut-H
brooches, pendants liar
pltiH. urn neci-ssar) purl
of )our Easiei nu
Itiliie. Without litem
I ho nffiii'i you are strlv
Iiii: for fulls Hhort.
$T.G0 to I7f. (10
J 1.00 to $110 on
j 1.00 to j r..oo
U'.OO to 1200 00
Scarf Plus -
li.oo tifji'r, 00
tl 00 til 2U Oil
$2 00 to $ jr. 00
Frank M. Upp
.111 .Main Slnvl
I'lne Wiitcli Repalrlm:
Hit- HALLMARK Store
"THE PICK OF THE PICTURES"
H. W. POOLE, Owner
TONIGHT AND FRIDAY
Matinee Each Day at 2 p. m.
Theda Bara in the great Super-Production
the Fairest Flower of Old Judea
SPECIAL PRICES FOR "SALOME" ONLY
Matinee, all seats, 25c. Evenings, all seats, 35c
At this Theater ut
2:.'I0 p. 111.
Doors 'open ut - o'clock
MR. HARRY BOREL
I.lfe Is not nieieiy to live, but to llo
cll, out well, digest well, work well,
sleep well, look well. What a glorious
condition to iiltnlu, and )et how very
t-iisy It Ih If one will only adopt tho
uioiuing Inside bath.
Polks who nie accustomed lo feel
anil niiil heay when tl.ey arise, split-'
1'ing headache, stuffy fiom 11 cold, fool
I 0112110, nasty bieath, arid stomach,
jean. Instead, feci aH fresh na a dai.-y
'by opening Die sluices of the nstem
' arli morning nml llo.shiug out the
; vliole of tlio Internal pnhmnnu slag
I Evi'iyone, whether ailing, sick or
well, should, each morning, before
breakfast, drink u glass of real hot
I water with a teaspoonful of lliiiestnuo
pliouphalo In It to wash fiom thn atom
itcli, liver, kidneys and bowels tho pro
ivIouh day's Indigestible waste, sour
bllo and poisonous toxins, tlui.s clean
sing, sweetening and parifylng tho en
.tiro alimentary canal before putting
'more food Into the stomach. Tho ac
tion of hot water and limestone phos
phate on an empty stomach Is wonder
fully invigorating. It cleans out nil'
'tho sour fcuncntatlons, gases, waste
land acidity and gives ono a splendid
iippetlto for breakfast. Whllo you aro'
'enjoying your breakfast tho water and '
phosphate is quietly extracting a largo,
volumo of water from tho blood and
getting ready for a thorough flushing
of nil the Insldo organs.
Tho millions of pcoplo who aro both
ered with constipation, bilious spells,
stomach trouble, rhoiimatlsm; nthem
who havo sallow skins, blood (Unor
ders and sickly complexions aio urged
to get a nunrte.r pound of limestone 1
phosphate from tho ding storo, which 1
will cost very llttlo, but Is HUlIleient1
to make anyone n pronounced cini)l on
the subject of Inlernnl snnllatlnn.- Ad
1 - -
Buy the Famous
IN THE FIVE POUND CAN
AND SAVE MONEY
It Goes farther
Vix Your lawn BLUE GRASS, WHITE CLOVER NONPAREIL LAWN MIXTURE Murphey's Feed & Seed Store
FOI I OUr Lawn English rye grass and lawn dressing us sJS. sd. ?L