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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 19, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
HATt'llDAV, AIMIII n,
AGED MAN TAKES
1 FIRST RAIL TRIP
SAl.ONlKl tCorrespon.'.euce of tho SAl.KM. April 19 Oro.it strides
Associated Press l Tho American are being made along tlio lines of lr-
visitor flmls lieto an extraordinary rig-uion development In tlio Kliunnth nsldent of Tnninlo since tsr.S nml
11KN1). Or., Apt II 19. A etet Ml
of the Mexican w,ir, 90 year ' ime
!nrsh Aubrey of Tumnlo ' ol ti let
Mr t ildo behind an Iron home Stimla)
nlRht when ho stepped on board the
Oregon Trunk tialu and stinted for
ltoseburg. where ho will outer the
old soldiers' home. He was mcom
puiled by County Judge ltarnes
Mr Aubrey has been a continuous
mixture of races, tongues, belief and region, according to C. T. Dirley,
customs. Salonikl Is literally a melt- county sun v) or for Klamath County,
ing-pot of humanity. No other city In who has been hero on business before
the world, utile it be one of the the state engineer.
was on tlio 1'aclflc coast for n num
ber of jears before that date, coming
out from the middle west after the
close of tho Mexican war.
great American centers. U so th'i.-oly
cosmopolitan. Creeks. Mongols,
Turks. Slav-, Teutons. Itillaus and
Europeans mingle and each under
fctapds the language of the other. Tii"
market place is a b.bel of tongue?, i
Tilt lowliest street peddler speaks :U
Ic.-.st four 1-ingnages.
Hut these diverse races associate
together only for business purnose.
In their religious beliefs, aspirations
and sentiments a gieat gulf som'U'e
them. Fach has a different ideal and
a distinct viewpoint of life. In Mice.
rtonia .-.51 religions are tolerated. Sal
onlki or Thessalonlca. as it was call
oa In early times. Is said to hive
leen the door by which Chrhtl.initj
er.Ured Kurope. Indeed, dsvsu je
sidents relate with pride that It was
liso the Apostle Paul, after having
evangelized Syria and Asia Minor,
came to preach the gospel to the un
believers of Macedonia.
The money-changer has been a, fls
t tute In Salonikl from time immemor
ial. During the war he reaped n -Icn
harvest on tho fluctuating value of
the currency of the war-sffocted
countries. The Ameiican dollar was
the only currency that ho could not
buy at a profit. It resisted all the
tIcImII titles and varying fortunes of Thc poniI,Itv nf ,,, Trrtrc.
the war and held steadily at 100 cents crs i.oV COST Guaranteed life pol
when cli the other money of the Icics I reflected In the fuel Hint ilur
ncrld was fluctuating. ,nK 10tH tM" progressive company 1-
sucu more man 9sif.uiNMniu ni new
"The ln.n few jears of drouth have
converted evervone to the value of Ir
rigation," he declared.
The big project, about w-hlrh many
others center. Is the Klamath Ir
rigation project, which was con
structed by the government and was
recently tiken oer by the Klamath
Irrigation district. This project furn
I Mies water from Klamath lake for
lSi',000 acres of land. -.
Five small Irrigation projects ad
jacent to this big project and which
obtain water from the canals of the
Klamath project are either already
organized or are in tho process of de
velopment, according to Mr. Darloy.
Theso protects include tho I'lne
Orove Irrigation district, covering 1,
000 acres: Enterprise Irrigation dis
trict, 3000 acres: Malln Irrigation
district, 5000 acres; Sunnyside Irri
gation district, 2,000 to 4.000 acres,
and another district being promoted
by William Darks and others.
Other districts In that region, now
being developed. Include. the Horse
Fly district, covoring 5,000 acres:
La n gel Is Valley Irrigation district,
covering 20,000 acres, and Willow
Vnlley Irrigation district, covoring 2,
000 acres. .
Saloa'kl Is essentially a .Tortish
life bushier. Ask Chilcotc .V- Smith
The Old Time Remedy
This remedy is reliable,
and still used in many
homes. An infusion
made from sassafras
bark has a real value as
a depurative that is, it
aids in expelling waste
matter from the system.
It .therefore, will rid the
blood of impurities and
brace you up generally.
We have a fine lot of
carefully selected Sassa
frac Root Bark. Use
Sassafras Tea for a
while as your morning
Price, 75c per pound
city, for there are more than 100 000 bot the XEW 1019 policies.
Jews who make their home hero m i
They control the bulk of tho bus!-1 Stranger, do not leave town with-!
cess. About 80 percent of thorn are out visiting the Hot Springs Hath
Spans&h Hebrews whose ancestors House- ll I
xiere driven from Spain by Ferdl- ' .
ncni: and Isabella in the fifteenth
centtirj. To indicate the wid-j diver
sity of other races, however, It is
Biiffi'-ient only to say that there arc
five Greek newspapers, seven Spanish-Hebrew,
four French, three Serb
ian, one Turkish and one English.
The lone English newspaper U pub
lished LJ the Hritish Army for tho
u sp of its men in the Levant.
if the Apostle Paul could 'om-i to
Salonikl today, he probably would
preach to the Thessalonlans a gos
pel of cleanliness as well as of pietv,
for dirt seems to be an inseparable
rat'of the city and , of the people.
Hygienic and sanitary methods, ts
the Allied military authorities t "rn
learned, are wofully prltnltlv Oil
ing the allied occupation tho t&WiU
of I'litish, French, lulfan and Kerb
Iai sojdlers succumbed to malaria,
typhoid and other diseases arising
fiom lack of drainage and sanitation.
Thru all the centuries plaguoi and
epidemics have visited the eliy and j
cr.rrled off thousands of its 'nhabi
tints. Being on tho principal tboro
fare fiom Asia Into Europe. SiUnlkl
has teen the means of spreading As
iatic cholera to the towns washrfd by
the Mediterranean. The city Itself has
suffered great losses of life thru this
Huy Victory bomb first, and then ,
buy a homo. Kent arc high, and
going higher, and those low prices,
will not laht. j
Good four-room house anil big lot
on Crescent avenue, at $1,500, on
easy terms. '
Modern four room plastered house
one block from Main htrect, at $2,O0O
on oufcy terms. i
Modern Ave room Iioilmj on Espla
nade, with fire place, screened porch
es, big lot; price $2,250, on easy
Modern six room plastered house
on Mn III stiVet, nt 815,250; only $250
cash and the Imlanro like rent.
If you wnnt to build, wo have a fine
big lot in Hot Springs for $500, and
(tcvcrnl on Eleventh street at from
$100 to Moot).
rillfjCOTK & SMITH
!(.'! Main St. I'honc 00
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Many tires arc ruined by spinning tho back wheels. Ono
of the ways In which this Is done Is in getting away by letting
the clutch In with a irk that makes the wheels spin beforo
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Another way in which this spinning cuts down the tread Is
when the automobile grts In a muddy or sandy road. Wlifn
the rubber Is wet it ruts easier than when It Is dry, and when
the back wheels are t:pui rapidly in mud or sand thoro Is very
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You may always lie sure that spinning the hack wheels
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