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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 12, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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French Moroccan Troops Celebrate Entry into
Germany by Dipping Colors in Rhine River
' for iloltiK tmsliicM. mil to pny l ' II vo loriilnlluiiii. tln linn-mi plinm In
rlflo lux ul $211 im otcli .-till or worm niiiKn II tltfflnilt for tin- iikk of flavor-'
mild. In addition tin- innliiifMi tnicr li Iiik mtrii'1, itiruiiu' nun tuner am-
Ml III 1 1 IIO.Ul IKlM.s ,
HAI.II.M, April U-
I reinilrt'd by law to-tioit tl titiine elei inntiilnliiK nlrnlinl. for Iuivki-iiku Hmw of Hie niml Im,,
nnrio.H Mt-dli'lmf eonlalnliiu ill- renuy limn in Hhcnnn
t-oliol alieuly mimt have n oniionl- i(irili-d April mil I,
tlilli to mal(e It.p'lDMli'illly Iniponnllile Inly of Hlnlu Hum I
and ndilrcHH of I lie. iniri'Iiincr, mid t!'
pureluifer of tlie xtlll U l Mllle.l to
, report tlie pnrnwe of lili mill, and
tln nature of the Niuionmll'iK' In
j uiilrli It Ih In tin plm-ed If n person
TIlOVSANI) Ad'KXTS WII.I.'Ih deteitod In operating :t mi 111. lie In
llilde to pay the Urease fe irllnnr
UK OX .1(111 .UTKIt JTIiY KIIIST
TO SKK THAT NATION' I'UOIIIIU.
TION IS (WltltlKI) on
to tiiKe niiantltles ii.t :i ImVeniKi) wit li
mit nnKliiK the thirsty peinon III.
Mtnt enKenllnl olU eontalned In per-fuiiK-M
a'e .miiIiI to ho KunriiiilmM
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The first half of the month of
March was wet and cold. During the
latter half better than normal March
conditions prevailed, and much plow,
lng and seeding was done. In the
western part of the .state some seed
ing was reported as early as March
20. Weather Bureau records at
Portland show a rainfall of 4. OS
inches from March 1 to IS, and only
a trace for the remainder of the
month. Temperatures during the lat-
WASIUNHTON, April II. Three
, thousand Internal revenue nKeitUs
worWng In specially arranged zoneH
throughout thq I'nlted States, will
enforce prohibition utter July I, ac
cording to plans Just announced by
the revenue bureau.
Nearly SOO Inspectors will be train-1
ed for the work, to be added to thel
force of 22S3 revenue ngeut. already
available for police regulations, and
the machinery for enfrocenient will
, bo In working order before the ditto
when absolute prohibition becomes
This force of special agents will be
distributed nmong the districts where i
law violation la threatened to tho
largest extent, and special attention
will be paid to cities where revenue
officials look for most persistent of- j
forts to make whisky Illegally In
addition, the revenue authorities plan
I r to co-operute with lornl police, and i
j cent and the ten year average. S2.3 to, leave the greater part of the en-!
per cent. This very high condition forcement work to these authorities J
I for 1919 In connection with the in localities where the polic appear!
j Inrge area of 49,000,000 acres gives efficient. Without .uch n plnn the
j promise of a winter wheat crop of force of eveu 3,000 federal agents
i 837,000,000 bushels, provided there would be Insufficient to police the
; Is not n later decline in condition, entire country.
JThls amount Is 152,000,000 bushels Although ninnufacture of liquor
j larger than the previous record crop for personal use will be equally II-
of 19H, and 248.000,000 bushels logal with the production for sale.
larger than the crop of 1918. revenue ngents are expected to de-
The state df Kansas with an estl- vote most of their time to tho com-
I mated winter wheat area of 11,000,- merclal traffic, and to leave the en-
000 acres, reports a condition of forcement of the law against person.
101 per cent. Other large winter al manufacturers to local police.
wheat producing states report condi-' Although heretofore, liquor vloln-
tlen: Missouri, 103 per cent: Xeb- tlons have been found by revenue
to fines anil other pen iltlos for
I .Many reports of the mi nuf dure
j of 'faintly stills" on a Inriro si-lie.
'and their sale at low pi lie, lime
, reached the revenue biileiu, hut
i proved false In most ntnev
i (!reat euro Is to be observe' by ie
, venue offlclils to prevent iinueces
' nry Interference with production
and distribution of alcohol for Indus
trial and comtuerrlal purpose under
the prohibition art
lly a careful system of iidnilnlitn
law since the oils will cio Illness.
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Corner Tenth and Mum i .
.OW COST (lliariiuteetl life pol- the Sunset (Jrocery 11. "i.
Tlie great iionulnrll) of 1'ie Travel.
Ii-ie- l rellnteil In the fact tlnil ilur-
Inn t!"H tills progn-sshe company K
The way Clilciic.i
sued more limn HSIH.OIMMMM of new, i,,vor Tliomos.. l " ,n"
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lite nusiues. .kk iinrinr v niiiiiii'u were proud of b i-
about the Vi:W Ult policies, y-lf
Monthly meeting of lluslness Asso-
man city in the iwui.i
lank m tr
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ciiifon Monday evening, April Htli.. iiefore these llr.lu hI,ih ,. ,
Moose Hall linn t. fi t P III N, ,,,.,! , Hlti inlssi,,,,,,., ,,,'!?.
Matters of Interest to Klamath l-allsM ,.., the feel of th,. i,tt,. 'h, "
to be discussed W (' ViiuKiihiii.. Krn ., u,ib,iiiii.l s n,, li'
Secretary 12 21 walk luillniuipolls w, UUW
France's Moroccan troops were can division under command of Gen
fcreeted as deliverers when they'eral Modelon, celebrutlng their vlc
marched into Germany. This official torious entry Into the' town of Hun
photograph shows these dusky war- ique by dipping their colors into the
Tlors, belonging to the Second Moroc- waters of the Rhine.
aska, 97 per cent: Oklahoma,
per cent: Illinois, 101 per cent;
diana, 100 per cent; Ohio, 104
cent; Washington, 97 per cent.
The rye condition Is .estimated at
100 per cent In Oregon, nnd 90. C per
cent for the I'nlted States.
F. I.. KENT. Field Agent.
ter natr or the month were very
favorable for the growth of grass and The constant drop of water wears
fall wheat. Early blooming varieties! . cway the hardest stone
of fruit trees in sheltered spots were
nearly in full bloom. Fruit men fear
heavy damage may occur from frosts
or cold rain since all early fruits And 'the constant advertiser Is the
will be in full bloom very soon un-i man tha' Be,s the trade.
less present weather conditions) Don't ever thing that printer's Ink Is
change very shortly.
The heavy precipitation of Febru
ary and the early part of March pro.
duced a heavy snowfall in the moun
tain regions. This depth of snow is
sow reported as being about normal,
therefore stockmen and farmers feel
assured of a normal supply of water
for stock and irrigation during the
Reports generally indicate a very
high condition of winter wheat, many
aids reporting a condition figure in
excess of ioO. A very few acres
"drowned out" in Western Oregon,
aal there was some reseedlng In
Eastern Oregon due to "freezing
oat," but on the whole the winter
losses appear to be lower than the
average. Some damage from wire
worms is also reported.
Reports fiom correspondents in
dicate that the farm labor supply is
more plentiful than last year, hut
Tho constant gnaw of Towser mastl
cates the toughest bone
The constant wooing lover carries off clpes will constitute clear violations
me oiusning maiu
ngents mainly among moonshiners
of southern mountains, however, pro
hibition is expected to .stimulate Il
licit distillation enormously In cities.
Ono aspect of liquor law violations
has grown out of the hundreds of re
cipe.; for home manufacture of beer,
ale. wines nnd even distilled liquors,
now being circulated In all parts of
the country. Booklets and printed
pamphlets of these recipes have
reached revenue officials from scores
of cities. It was explained today that
to make liquor according to these re
of tin; law, although It was admitted
it would be difficult to prevent the
manufacture in most cases.
tll..... -.111.. .. tin nnnl.l.n.1 Imrnlll'
mnnav in ih linil ' l"- Dllim till! uo ui.uii ru ii;hiiiij
To help you Jail a roll of kale there's '' by registration with the revenue
nothing beats an ad. collector of the district. Manutactur.
Vou can't fool people always, they've ers of stills are under strict regula-
AHbm2.tafniX L'lAw m i ; tlon of the evenue bureau, being re-
And most folks know that man Is ..
slow who tooteth not his horn, i Quired to pay IfiO a year license fee
considerably below the usual require
: Toents. Notwithstanding the fact that
-snch development Is reported from
many towns and cities, there is still
a shortage of help In the farming
rand live stock sections.
The demand for farm labor over
the state as a whole is reported as
being slightly less than the average.
- A large increase in the use of tract
ors is a factor in this lessened de
, inand for help. A very favorable seed
Ing season lost fall reduced the
amount of work to be done this
spring, as compared with the past
few years. High wages prevailing
for farm help, have had the effect of
putting workers In the field that
would not be there under ordinary
conditions. This applies to farm own.
-ers, elderly men, young boys and
women. One correspondent from the
-wheat belt writes "Am working
one twelve horse team and my -wife
Is working another. No hired help
since last Sentember. Seeded 900
acres last fall."
The April 1st condition -of the win
ter wheat crop over the United States
as a whole (99.8 per cent) is higher
than for any other year since 1882.
On April 1, 1918 the figure was 78.
C. per cent, 'April 1, 1917, C3.4 per
fl Perhaps at some time in the past you
have tried to save money, but it proved
a little difficult, and you gave it up.
ft Do not, however,-despair. There is an
ft To start Thrift but three things are
1 A Savings Account in this, reli
2 A determination to save so
much every week or month.
3 Careful management in little
fl Those who practice Thrift naturally
save money; in fact It saves itself!
First State &
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
As a Grand Finale to the best Western Night Entertainment yet
given by the Elks, arrangements have been made for the presence
SATURDAY NIGHT, APRIL 12
of ten Indians, who will take active part in the entertainment.
They will play the great Indian gambling game, G. G. Y. With
their wonderful Navajo blankets spread on the floor, they will
give a touch of high life that will be unique and interesting.
Another feature will be
The Shaker Dance
One of the moat astonishingly picturesque affairs ever witnessed.
In this dance are to be used the wonderful silver bells ,the sweet
tones of which are noted throughout the West.
All the other interesting and spectacular games and amusements
will be staged also.
We have a surprise for you tonight Come and see what it is.
Public is cordially invited to come, stay as long as you like, and
be a real Westerner.
The Time S$ver f
MOMENTS ARE FAR TOO VALUABLE
TODAY TO BE WASTED OR MISSPENT
Fully one-half of the time you now devote to ironing with old stove
.neated sad-irons is a..sheer loss.
This amount of time could easily be saved for more urgent household
requirements by using an
In addition, an Electric Iron will do better work for you will save
your clothes, linens, doilies, etc. will eliminate needless tramping
about will abolish dirt and muss will save fuel and expense.
California-Oregon Power Company
EftI? VfillR I A WW BLUE GRASS, WHITE CLOVER NONPAREIL LAWN MIXTURE Murphey's
rUH I UUlV Llmi ENGLISH RYE GRASS AND LAWN DRESSING 126 South sixth St.
Feed & Seed Store