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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 7, 1919)
MONDAY, Al'ltll, 7, hud
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
J. M U It It A V
Coloiu'l ltolilns holds Hint to un
dcrsland bolshevism Is nil rssentlul
' preliminary to Its defeat, the only
effectual way In which we can prevent
the apro.id of the poison. It Is u prop-!
' .ipituln to establish Kovernmont upon'
1 1 lass hatred; to overt nrow all govern
I inents except those that may rest on '
., , (Jlli, ,s(?curo miii impossible foundn-
Ellfnnill fit tVin hns4nin.. ... . .. ...... t- i
-.-... ... .., ,.wciuiihu iu ivimu- ili(il) K emnmues uu eiuiiumir ihissi-.
atli rails. Orn.. fnr rrnnBn.t..u.. .-.. . . i
Hin mnlla no anfnnA. nln.. . .. ! bilit
.wvv.iu-i.iaiu manor. ,
,...i...-t. . . ..
i uiinsnou tinny oxcept Sunday by
inu neraiu I'uunalilnu Company of1
ivmmain rails, ul 115 Fourth street
I.ITTI.K NIDKI.IOUTS ON I.OI'Alj II.M VENINON
AMONO THE l'KOI'I.K OK THIS CITY AND VICINITY.
OOINOS AND COMINGS OK I.OCAI KOI.KS
and luix not a moral virtue to
It. Yet In the Husslan
Oeorge V. King Is recent nrrlVul
from Montague California.
Subscription terms by mail to any lab. ratory of chaotle Ignorance. des- '"i. Churchill Is n business
mldrcss In tho United Stntea: " Uimlioii and ilisorg:inUutlim this thing, ,lslt01' '" ,1,ls olt" fr" Vreka.
Silo monti,"::::::::zr" s.oo t lia, ,,oon u- t.. n power nn.i; K Alllsoll ls rPKlstoriM, nt ,hp
" 'uruleuoe which threatens the elvll- Vlllu e,cail Hotel from Weed.
Member of tin; Asso.-l.-it.-.l iw. ' world
TIlB AeDAnlnlhJ I - ... ......
.-w ..uuviuk;u i iraa is exclusively
front the outside country districts.
She U registered at the While Cell
gnltl and Hied nut mimt of the Hunt lug flint and rrudy for n in,,,, HJ..
'and often fell so bud Hint I could wolli"
hardly attend to my btnilncnH proper Tanlur It sold In Kluiinui, rn, )t
!y ' i tli" tflar Drug Co., ami in i.,,,,,),, J
I "I heuid no many people prnblmt Hu .lumen Mure. Co. Aiir
Tmifnc Hint 1 begun liking It, too,
and b" (lie Hunt I had flnUliud my no
en ml bottle I
poundH. 1 novel- siifriir now with
lieiirtburn or liiillgimlliiii ami urn not
liei mmih like I was before, I sleep
Kodtieo your mindiu wni.i ... ..
, I ...... . .. . "" 'II llB
had gained ulnoteeu " "' ' "" '" " Hot H.,t:
iKiiii iiiMinv. .
SI.VCK TAKING TANI.AC AI.MAND
SAYS UK KHiaS AS VKI.I AS
. hi: i:vi:ii did
Keep down (n Kophei p..lt .. .
.211 caliber Itmiilngtou und i,..n ..
witll .mil net up In the morntiiK f'i'l- point cartrldijitH, ' li
j Koileral officer Price Kecob, who j
has piovod most etflcletit In enforc-j
liiK the lliiuor laws hi this section nr.
I.I I L3 -1 ...... n I
...,,. , , ,"""-"' ""'"""" R., takhiK Timluc you would hardly
Clyde Mckeever Is a recent arrival and will probably be In tl.e city for' , ,, , ,,, ..,...
'If you hud seen tint betoio 1 be-
said A. l' Almond, a well-known .iced .
l'llileis publicity as to the char
entitled to the use for republication' actor of bolshelsm Is one of tho lin- ro MeiHiml, stopping at the Hotel severil .lays. I
nf nil tinn'o lli.n.l..i .(...... ...... ... ! trail I I
or not otrolwcrSSu. u thl. "'' lWTn"U' , , , , , ' ' Mr- awl Mrs- "l," McCarthy.! nurcht of 271-3 Peters street. At
per, and also local newV "ubllshod ' I,0,1MM ,U'vo,VM upon "" cou,,,r-v' ! . C. White was a passenncr on former roiUlonm of this oily, now re- i Innln. On.
heroin. , H urges that the Overman commit-' thp .. .. ,3 niorili,lrt for w..t. c.U. sldlnir In Diinsiniilr l..ft fnr it,,.hi "Kor more Hum a year." ho contln-
All rights of republication of spe
cial dispatches heroin are also reserved.
too publish a report that shall set fornln.
forth just what bolshevism'ls; for toi
reoal this thins to American under-1 c- K- Jones and Chas. C OiiKKnu
! standittK Is to expose it to American j X'1' county seat visitors from the
! hatred and utter condemnation. j Me"'" section.
Such a course Mr. Uoblns believes j nidum, j,. Flym, , , Klami,tl,
j would forever prevent the spread of Pal8 looking after buslnes.1 Interests
this barbarous propaganda. He adds,rrom .. lllv (istrlrt
I that it this is followed by Intelll-'
Colonel Itnymond Uoblns was the' cent locislation to correct whnt Isl Joln Vllkorson. Ouy II. Harper.
head of tho Ited Cross mission in llui-! wroiiR In our civilization, it would I n,n1 - w Wamberly are reitUtprod
Bla. and In thut capacity had manylipe out the breeding spots of our!"' lho H"tel """ from ,ort,Bn.
ItAVMOXD HOUIXS O.V llOl,
liomo this mornliiK after a Abort , nod, "I suffered terribly with Mom-1
I visit with friends and ro!ulles. Mr. ' nch trouble. After oatliiK nnythliiK
.McCarthy Is an employee of tint I would always havu gas on my stoin-,
, Southern Taclflo. ; ach and would constantly belch up
' mv sour, undlKosted food. I suffered
aij,d Mrs. M .K. Crosson and wjtl ,leortlmrll oonstantly mid was,
wim hnvo been In Klamath! ,. .. ,.. ,,.,,. ...,.,. ,.. i
1AII VIIIVIJ itn i Willi) ! " - -r-
Klsh uud I was billons, too, I felt Ian I
dealings with the bolshevik govern
ment. It has been- -charged, as tho!
unrest. It may
j American public
bo satd that
man who reads tho papers knowsj saving grace in that respect,
that Colonel Robins was a bolshevlst
sympathizer. In view of his testi
mony before tho Overman committee
Colonel Robins is entitled to a dis
missal of that charge.
It w-as believed by many of the bol
shevik sympathizers in this country
that Raymond Robins would speak
well of the Russian tribe, and in that
belief they solicited the Overman
committee to hear what he had to,
say. His testimony did not warrant.
the opinion upon which it was solicit
ed by the friends of bolshevism.
Colonel Robins stated that he did
not believe either Lenine or Trotzky
to bo pro-German. He stated also
that in his opinion some of the stories
of bolshevik atrocities were greatly
exaggerated. The.first of these state
ments will hardly counter-balance
the evidences. of pro-Germanism that
have repeatedly come to the public
knowledge during the past two years.
As to the latter statement, sullice to
say that the acts of wholesale atrocity
about which there can be no question
have been sufficiently bloody and ter-
nuie 10 waive me question oi exag- Watch for special matnees and
geration with respect to any of the prices for "Mickey." which will be
stories that have been sent out by shown Friday and Saturday at the
enterprising correspondents. .... TJ, , , V .? -
,..,.,...,, .. larity of this picture, the manage
rs iu uuisuBviam me iuius useu ment wU1 nave speclal matinee prices,
Colonel Robins speaks in no uncer- so that everybody in Klamath Falls
tain terms of condemnation and warn- ,Iia" see tnls Picture. 7-lt
Colonel Robins urges that we have
another duty in the premises. Hol
shevism has grown tn Russia upon
the demand there for a "better hu
man life." -Mr. Robins urges that
the way to overcome the evil thing
which has sprung from that demand,
or thrived by reason of It is not with
bayonets, but with the conditions that
' will tend to satisfy the legitimate de
mand. That means an American eco
nomic mission in Russia that will
help the people to the way of obtain
ing the necessities of life, and will
disclose to them the devilish,
atrocious and tho utterly destructive
character of this bolshevism which
has the entire country by tho throat,
and is strangling the very life out of
Chas. Hums was a week end visi
tor In the city from Fort Klamath.
Ho was a guest at the Hotel Hall.
J H. Kline and Hert Sweetniitn
canto In Saturday from AKom.i to at
tend to business interests In this city.
K. S. Terwilllger is in the city for
a few days form Rerkeley He Is ;
former resident of the Merrill sec
tion. W. H. Wampler Is In town on mat
tors of business from Odessa on .
west sido of the I'pper Klamath
W. I.. Frain, a well Known resident
the ; of the Heswick district Is looking
alter business interests In tins city
H. N Rodlscb paid tho -lotinty so it
n week end visit from ChUoqiiin. Ho
was a guest at tho Whlto Pelican
Falls for tho past tw-o months, left
on the tr.Un thl.s morning for their
homo In Walla Walla. Washington.
Mrs. James Worlow of the Malln
district loft this morning with her
two children for Mcdford, where she
will visit for a time with relatives.
Mr. Worlow operates a saw mill In
Joel T. Ward, who fo.-mei'1 enn-
divtcd a ren'ty business In this city I
a.nl who recently moved to bl.s ranch
In the Malln district, was In tint itv
Saturday afternoon, shuklug hands
with his many friends and transact
ing business. This was the llrnt
visit for several months. Ho states
that ho and Mrs. Ward like tho llfo '
there very much nnd that the pros
pects for crops this year are of the
The regular meeting of Aloha
Chapter O. E. S. will be held Tues
day evening, April 8th. Initiatory
work and refreshments after. All
members requested to be present.
Nellie Van Riper, V. M.
There is no equivocation what-,
It is a menace, greater and1
more terrible, than pro-Germanism
or even Hunlsm, as we may under-
The regular meeting of the Worn.
an s Christian Temperance Union,
". will be held Tuesday at 2:30 P. M.
stand. It is a menace, to the under- Bt the home of Mrs. B. G. Boyd 331
standing and defeat of which every Tenth St. You are Invited.
power of civilization must be sum-' m
see iuaries a. nuuu, iiiiiuuiu
Agency, for Indian graslug lands and
, timber. 12-tf
F. T. Cunningham bough't supplies
from the Klamath Falls merchants
for his ranch at Pine
It W. McMillan of the Southern
VscPic Company is here fo. it short
time on matters of business from
' John Jansen. a well known resi
dent of the Swan Like district
botiRM supplies in the county seat
Saturday for his ranch there.
L. H. Newton and J. W. Bower are
here for a short time from Horn-
moned. Such in conclusive effect is
the testimony of Raymond Robins.
at the Hall Hotel.
They nro rtopplng
Mr. and Mrs. R. Spears and daught-;
er came In on the train last night!
from San Francisco. They ure guests
at the White Pelican.
ARE YOU BUYING RIGHT?
M'c have no one lay specials, which in most rases will cause
Ih'e consumer to over-buy ami "load up" on commodities they
, do not need.
Therefore you will find no baits or strings to our prices. We
sell our Koods on the market, 'und when trading with us you can
rest assured you arc getting tlieni at tlic lowest prices, quality
ronsldernl, thus' avoiding over-loading mid waste of goods not
A FEW OK OUh EVKUV-DAY I'lUCKS:
Fine Petite PrUnes, per pound . 12 lie
Choice Italian Prunes, per pound 15 c
Fancy Four-Crown Itulsins, per pound , 15 c
Choice Two-Crown Itulsins, per pound 12jc
Strictly Fancy Thompson Seedless Raisins, per pound 20 c
Fancy lliight Cling I'eaches, per pound 20 c
Silver Thistle ApricotK, per pound 5 c
Solid Pack Pouches, per can .'15 c
Del Monte Apricots, No. 2, per can 40 c
Del Monte Pears, Xo. 2J, per can 40 c
Del Monte Pineapple, Xo. 2, per can 40 c
IVellninn Fruit Salad, Xo. 22, per can 50 c
Wclliimn Sliced Pineapple, 'o. 2, per can .'.:....() c
'Wcllinnn Coffee, 1-pound packages, per pound 45 r
Morning Olory Coffee, lias no i-quiil 40 c
Crater Iake Flour from our brand new mill, none bet I en
try it, per sack $:$.10
Onion Sets, per pound ..., 2t o
All kinds of Garden and Hotter Seeds. White Clover
and lllue Grass
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THE SUNSET GROCERY
PHONE 200 912 MAIN
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Stephenson !
of Portland were among the train ar-j
rivals last night. They ore stopping
at the White Pelican Hotel.
Miss Eva White of Fort Klamath,
ls among the Klamath Falls visitors'
DANCING SATURDAY EVENING
DIG DOl'ltl.E Dll.Ii
"ITALY'S FLAMING FRONT"
A Dig V. Comedy
Two Thousand Feet of Laiiulis
All for One Admission
10 .V 25 Cents
"MASK OF RICHES"
Piilhe News latest Current Event.
Admission 10 & 15 cents Matinee
2.:0. Evenings 7:!I0 & 0.
Fight Against Flies
The time to make an ef
fective war against flies
is when they first begin
to appear. The first few,
if permitted to live, will
breed a million more to
torment you later.
Flies are a menace to
health and life, because
they are bred in tilth and
carry disease germs
wherever they go. In
your fight against flies
select your weapons
from our stock of
Poison Fly Paper, Sticky
Fly Paper, Insect Pow
ders, Fly Swatters, Etc.
We have all of the effec
tive fly destroyers. For
health's sake do your
part in the war against
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g H m Tfirec flavors. g
.1 O not enough to make
must KEEP It
you get it.
W'-Z . KLATATM TALUS 0PEC0MmTl
Hence the sealed package
preserving the delicious con
tents the beneficial goody.
Tire Flavor Lasts
'y MJVTAin TALUS UlTEr.Urt m.j
AnIc Chllcotc tt Smith nlunit llio
OW COST life, Mccldunt ami ileal III
I IMlllrlpM nf llirt TrMi'flrtf. l.lf
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k, GEnLEDTICHT fc3" KEPT RIGHT .Jp
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
I MOTION riCTUKKit
I TUESDAYS AND SATUItDAVS
I Merrill, Oregon
"THE PICK OE THE I'lCTUJlES"
H. W. .POOLE, Owner
William Farnum in
Harold Lloyd Comedy
."BEES IN HIS BONNET"
Tuesday Matinee and Evening
Herbert Rawlihson and Priscilla Dean in
"KISS OR KILL"
Coming Friday and Saturday
The Film of the Year
Elks Western Nights!
APRIL 10, 11, 12, 1919
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
At IIiIh Thi'ulcr nt
2:0 p. in.
Doors open at 2 o'clock.
MR. HARRY BOREL
JUST ONCE A YEAR
DANCING WITH JAZZ MUSIC
AH Kinds of Livestock and Merchandise Given Away
DAYS OF '49 OVER AND OVER
Something for the Old as Well as the Young
SOMETHING DOING EVERY MINUTE
LADIES CAN PLAY AS WELL AS MEN
Come One, Come AH! Western Togs to Be in Style
Elks Temple, April 10-11-12, '19 1
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
17-. Vrm. I oum BLUE GRASS, WHITE CLOVER NONPAREIL LAWN MIXTURE Murphey's Feed & Seed Store
rOF I our JL.awn English rye grass and lawn dressing us sJS.su a tv