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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 4, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
I'ltlOAY, Al'ltlli , in,,,
The Evening Herald
j m u n n a v
'commercial enternrisci how Ions
, would It remain the dominant party
1 A condition quite like that fanciful
-" land seemingly impossible situation
'uPuK,lshf .dn!,y excPt Sunday by m,w eIMs In .North Dakotn A sod-
. . I oral lines of busln ss is In control of
Entered at the Dostofn m in.. the state gov minimi A an orsunt-
ath Falls, Ore., for transmission thru latlon It 1ms established 10 operative
MTTI.K NlllKI.KltllS ON I.OCAI. IIAI l'KMNOS
AMON'M THK I'KOl'I.K OP THIS CI IV AMI VICINITY.
(JOIN'GS AM) COMI.XCH OK LOCAL POI.KS
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ir. mil imimiiny iiiiuixn in'. . .mv.wi. nn ii iiM'iiun ni ('lirtirdh .
I.oiikiio of Nation can lui niovlili-il the I.imikuu'h tli'i'roim tun) ni ,,
Inter with u et of fnlo tooth thtl ei formidable, lull th,, n, rMmhJ
will none for lilting purpowen Mill- mil lentlfy iih to what It m,.,,,,,
Cliiuli'sloti Now mill Cumin
tho malls as second-class matter,
Subscription terms by mail to anv
address In the United States:
Ono year v....15 00
One month ........ 50
stores for the eclulM patronage of
its member. It has established chain
banks and chain newspapers, and has
entiired into other business enter-!
prise Now tho men who are finaii-
,... : " dally Interested In the-e enterprises
Member of tin; Atsoriutctl I'nsi , , , , .
Th .., , " """-" controt the state machinery which
Too Associated Press is exclusively . ., ,, 1
entitled to the use for republlcatUm W competitors In the same Hues
of all news dispatches credited to it f private netill.
or not otherwise credited in this pa- The last North Dakota legislature,
per. and also local news published controllc0 bv the non-partisan league.'
heroin. .... 1. ,
All rleht, nr r,.i..i...i , ,... established a state bank, the capital
-D . -i" tik.kUIVIII Ul SIIC"
clal dispatches herein are also reserved.
FKI1IAY, APRIL 4, 1II19
KUAMATH, CKATKR LAtfi:,
tor which will be raised by tloatlng a
bond lsue which will be a liability
against all property. The non-partisan
league, as an organization, Is al
ready in the banking business. If tho
league organization can cvtenil exact
justice to Itself in the matter of Its
small banks nnd bo equallv dutiful to
Southern and Central Oregon want tno ,ub,ic " rW,ls ,lle s,atp ba,,k
their bit out of the state highway il wl demonstrate that human na
bulldlng program, and they are en- ture has enjojed a greater uplift than
titled to It. The ono important and tIie mo sanguine 01 us mm ss
outstundlng unit of highway work vece&.
that should be undertaken and com-' ln lts -k'e venture, the league
pleted in this year's program Is that ma' "ow be PO''1? slneerQ aml ,,e
which will connect Medford. Crater confident f own rectitude, but Its
Lake and Klamath Falls. . course tow-rd tno newspapers bears
We do not mMn tn , th. m,u u strong indication that it is not wholly
the only highway achievement with' altruistic. Another new law provides-,
which the people of that section ofifor designation in each county of an
the state should he favorer h..t it u ofltcl.il newspaper. It -will have a
ono that is very Important. It means hroaer 'nP'- ot Publication of
much to Southern and Central Oregon . ,eMl notices and advertisements than
particularly, and to the rest of the do tne mcU1 newspapers in such
state generally 1 states as Oregon. An average yearly
Jt is announced that the federal lncome ot G'000 Is estl'atcl to be
government, under its forestry de- the assurance of the county official
partment supervision, will build thei "e"sl",,ll,s '" -,l"1" """"
12. N, 1'eineray Is n County sent
lsltor from Fort Klamath
C 12. Ciltddeu Is here for a short
islt f i dm Dray, California.
Ceorgo I.each Is a lecent in rival In
the city fiom Kl Centio, Teas.
Mis Jnne Moore left today for iVs
lslt with 1 datives In San Joso. '
W 12. Strofer went to Weed this
morning on matters of business.
C. 12. Cleland left on the train this
nioinlng for points in California.
. Ij. C. Armstrong was a passenger,
on the train this morning for (Irauts
road from Crater Lake to Prospect,
Hon will be made by the state print-'
which will leave a stretch of thirty ;" boanK wnlch Is lln,lntt,eu and,
.miles or thereabout to be built be., controlled by the non-partisan league.
tween Prospect and Medford. Peo-,Let " be remembered that the league
Pie of Medford and that vicinity con- already owns a chain ot county news-.
tend that this thirty miles should be'PaPers and one or two others ,f ,arB"
intluilert in thn stntn hiehu-nv Pnm. er preieuhioiis. auuui. . a..i.-.cb
.,, . . ., mu newspapers forsee ruin for them
people of Medford and vicinity are
right, in that contention.
As we understand the situation, on
the other side, toward Klamath Falls,
practically the same conditions ob
tain. The major part of the Crater
Lake highway leading to Klamath
Falls is within forestry supervision,
Literary Digest quotes ex-President
Taft as predicting failure for the1
league, because It Is "a class move-1
ment and, therefore, un-American."'
One may forecast failure for another
reason because It is a polltlco-com-j
mercial organization. It may con-
t..t.t. 1 t...A ...ttl. ,l.n rrT.t Dmi'.1
and It is Incumbent upon the Oregon """ '" " --; "
....., !. . ,i. ,o er now in its hands, destroy all com-;
F. K. King left for Portland this1
morning after a short business lslt'
In this city.
Mrs O. A. Roirk Is In the city for,
n short islt from Modoc Point, on
the Itesei ntion. J
Mr. and Mrs. Kll.i Kvnns were pas.
sengers on the train this morning'
for Heddlng, California.
11. K. Townsend and M llazcltlue
are registered at tho White Pelican
Hotel from San Francisco. I
M. Flannlgan has gone to Portland
where he expects to remain some
time on matters of business.
C. W. Talor was among the tialn
arrials list night from Medford He
Is stopping at the Hall Hotel.
Mrs. P. F. Gnrber and Miss Luclle
(iaber are visiting In this city for a
short time fiom Grants Pass. '
George Christy, a Klamath County
saw mill operator, left this morning
for Grants Pass for a brief lsit.
Rev. Ross man of the Lutheran
Church left today for Gold Hill.,
where he will conduct serWcea Sun
and expects to go to San Fianclsco
within tho net day or two.
C F Fllnu (if tho Chllonuln Lum
ber Cnmpini) Is here for a short bus
iness st He Is stajlug at the White
A Faruswoith and O. 12. Snider
nie In town on ni'itters of business
fiom Chlloqultt, They are guests at
the Hotel Hill.
P II Hutto, who has charge f the
big expei linental farm on the Klam
ath Indian Reservation, Is down en
matters of business fiom the Klam
Ctrl Sihuhctt left on the train this
morning for Oakland and other Cali
fornia points where he expects to
remain on matters of business for tho
next two weeks.
limes Drlscoll has moved his In-
stitanpt offices from the City Trans
fer Coinpan) Office to the rooms nil
jnient to .1. II Carnahan In the
Loomis llulldlug. I
Mrs A. Illoomquist who Ins been
bore for n threo weeks visit at the,
home of her daughter, Mrs. Lloyd De
Lap, left today for her home at 1
Richmond, California. I
TAXIiAC Hl'll.T HIM IV SO 1112 III
.vow woukixu HAiiii i:vi:m
1 If ou want to seo a tractor that.
IS A TKACTOH, then come and wit-!
ness the demonstration of the La-1
Cross Happy Farmer Tractor at the
Judge Uunnell ranch, across the road
from the Altamont ranch next Satur
day You will have your eyes opened
as well as your troubles solved. Re
member tho time Saturday after
noon, and the place at Judge llun
nell's ranch at Altamont 4-2t I
"When I weighed the other day I
found I had gained tlilrly-fho pounds
and that's only 11 part of what Tan
lae linn done fyr me," mild L. L.
Hooks of North Roswell, (la., In le
Intlng his expel lence with Tanlac.
"I suffeied from such an awful
rnso of stomach trouble," he con
tinued, "that 1 could haidly eat a
thing and nothing tasted right. The
llttlo I forced down didn't gle me
any strength and at times I would
almost choko fiom the gas that form,
ed In my stomach I was so weak and
miserable I Just roundu't do any
work ut all and was Just about all In
"I commenced to take Tanlac be
cause I saw the good It was doing
others, mid I could feel all the dif
ference In tho world light from the
stmt: It simply made mo feel like a
now man, My troubles are now oor,
It built me up wonderfully and I
am working hard, using pick and
shovel every day, and never have nn
more trouble with my stomach"
Tanlac Is sold In Klamath Falls h)
the Star Drug Co., and In I.oiellr hj
the James Merc. Co. Adv.
WONDERFUL DISPLAY OF
WOMEN'S READY TO WF1
NEW YORK'S LATEST CREATIONS
A Vi'vv nk Sloie Itlulit ill Your Door
villi be 011 1 1 -1 1 1 1 1 ill
mstlng "f Hie Newest mill Latest Cii'iillmis. Cimis, Suits, llii,.,v,
In Silk, Srige mill .Iri-ejs, WnUts In (icniucttc, Crepe tie I liitx- iunl
Volls. Also 11 Full l.li f Lailles Trimmed mill i'nlliiirit llnu.
The advantage of the building and
connecting of these highways east
and west from and
Lake is obvious.
mercial and, consequently, all polit
ical rivalry There will then be noth-i
j it,,. hii tlm nnllHml lp.iiriie and the
around Crater' " ' . . .
It will be the great- commercial league in :sorin uaKoia.
est scenic route in the Pacific North anQ tuey '" ae one
...,. . , , . Vet you cannoi Keep ainerences
west, and it will be made available to ' ' ,. . 1
the necessity of uuu "l """"- -" '";'" "-" -"
sions or laciionai aivisious as juu
doubling back. It will provide con
venient and comfortable access to a
wonderland. It will make available
one of the most valuable assets of
The contention of the people of
that section of the state for the build
ing of these roads, at the earliest
practicable date, should receive the
support of public minded and pro
gressive citizens throughout Oregon.
It is a Just contention in every re
A VAIN EXTKIU'IHSK
choose; nor can you successfully con
duct business with long-continued j
factional differences among the stock
holders. Successful politics and sue-!
cessful private business in the same'
organization are Incompatible. This
ought to be obvious to any one who
will read again the question consti
tuting the first paragraph In this
article. Oregonlan. !
HL'YS XKY DOIHH2.
W. E. Lamm of the Lamm Lumber
Company at Modoc Point Is looking
after business interests in the Conn-'
ty seat. j
A. M. Beaver of Portland came In j
last evening tor a short visit. He will
attend to matters of business and
visit relatives. !
E. A. Blockllnger.l a lumberman
from Dorris, who has been hero for
a few days on matters of business
returned to that point this morning
KLAMATH FALLS URAXCH
MASON, EHRMAN & CO.
Ofllre 12(1 S. Oth St. Phone 87
E. II. JEFFEIISOX
DAXCINO SATURDAY K.VKXIXG
Adolpli Xukor Present
PltlVATi: HAROLD PEAT
"Two Years In Hell And llak Again"
A ThiilllnK War Story.
Admission in ami 20 cents. Show
Starts 7::tii and 0:1.".
Ti dingle Piesenls
WILLIAM S. HART
"THI2 RETl'llX OF DRAW HOAX"
Patho Xevvs Litest Current Event.
Admission 10 & 15 tents Matinee
:t0. Evenings T.'.W it 0.
JL'ST A FEW DOORS EAST
Ol'R MOTTO "REST MEATS
AT REST PRICES
Xlce Juicy ruts of Klamath
Count) Reef at the following
fleet Rolls 20c
Shoulder Cuts 2:le
llrlskcl anil Plain Cu!m IHc
We hate our own delivery.
If nu can't come, xeud j our
children or phone jour orders,
and )our wants will reielve
Phone Your Orders
OF ALL DESl'HII'IIOXS
APRIL 6, 1919
AT UNUSUALLY LOW PRICES
We will make this n Monev Saving Event us well us nn Minn tin
ILspln) of (he Most Authentic M.vles, 'llieie me lio (Jut ininls MlUr
in (lie Dlsplii). mi tun) be lerlnlli of mi Extlilslve Moilil in ului.
ever )oil selet I,
I E. E. McClay of the Merrill dlbtrict
' is the proud owner of a new Dodge,
If the republican party In Oregon Touring Car, purchased fiom the.
were engaged as an organization in tlrm of Wjkefield and Sullivan.
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
1 MOTIOX PICTURES '
' TUESDAYS AND SATURDAYS
' Merrill. Oregon
Statistics, newly compiled by the American
Society of Thrift, show that of 20,000,000 fami
lies occupying homes in the United States, 10,
700,000 are renters. Of the 9,000,000 who live
in their own homes, 6,000,000 are free from debt
and 3,000,000 carry mortgages. Of every 100
widows only 18 are left in comfortable circum
stances, while 47 are obliged to work and 35 are
left in want.
You can provide for your widow by insuring
in The First American Life Insurance Co.
Investigate our new 1919 policies; nothing
better. They mean food, clothing and shelter
for future delivery to your widow.
The MUTUAL LIFE of NEW YORK
GEO. C .ULRICH, District Manager
Office over First State and Savings Bank.
"THK PICK OF THK I'lCTL'ItnS"
H. W. POOLE, Owner
The Great Theda Bara in
Sessile Hayakawa, the famous Japanese actor, in
" THE TEMPLE OF DUSK"
Mutt and Jeff as Usual
Hearst Weekly News The Latest
NOTE Regular 10c and 20c prices prevail
on Saturday and until further notice.
At tlilx Theater at
SiiiO p. in.
Doors open at o'clock
MR. HARRt BOREL
For safety sake ask for
"Bayer Tablets of Aspirin."
TALCUM SOLD AS
Million of tablets sold to dealers
by a Brooklyn manufacturer who wan
sentenced to throe jears ia the peni
tentiary for wiling talcum jxmili-r
tablets as Aspirin TablrU Dcwarol
When you seek relief
from Headache, Neuralgia,
Earache, Toothache, Rheu
matism, Lumbago, Colds,
Grippe or Influenzal Colds
always insist upon the genuine
ThfUtyr Ooiron Cvnuin Tablets
Proved safe by millions
Adults Take one or two
tablets, anytime, with water.
If necessary, repeat dose three
times a day after meals.
20-ccnt package Larger sizes also.
Buy only original Bayer packages.
American Owned Entirely!
Aipltln l i Hie trade mirk of llyr Manufac
lure ol Maaoacellcacidcattr ol Salicyllcacid
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.
SPECIAL PRICES FOR SATURDAY
Saturday's Specials on nice juicy cuts of
Klamath County Beef
'Brisket and Plate Cuts
KLAMATH PACKING CO.
524 Main St.
A bluck horo came to what In
known an tho Archlo CoIhoii much
ourly In tho mornlriK of March 2Gth.
Branded W on right Hhouldor. Iru
Orem and Ivou Icenblco, 2-ilt I
We've gotten so accustomed
to hearing motorists praise
United States Tires that we
sometimes take it as a mat
ter of course that everybody
knows how good they are.
But you may not have hap
pened to try them. And if
not, we want you to come in
to see them. Let us prove
that they're the greatest
AUTO BLUE BOOK
For Your Lawn
BLUE GRASS, WHITE CLOVER NONPAREIL LAWN MIXTURE Murphey's Feed & Seed Store
ENGLISH RYE GRASS AND LAWN DRESSING 126 souih s,,ih st