Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 14, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
WWIXKHIHV, MAY u. ,
The Evening Herald1
Published daily except Sunday by
Tk HeraM Publishing Company of ctr
juamatb Fain, at n& rourtn iireet
Entered at tbe poetofflce at Klam
ath Falls, Ore., for transmission thru
ta mails as second-class matter.
Subscription term by mall to any
aareu In the United State:
One year 16.00
Oae month ...... &0
Municipal Hallroad. They are to bo
asked to voto for the salo of the line
to the Oregon, California A Kastcrn
Railroad company, accepting In re
turn bonds to the amount of $300,
000 There Is a vast difference of
opinion among the people of the
on this question, but on one
point everyone Is ngreec the road
should be completed to Sprnguo
The promoters of thli line state
that If the bonds are accepted by the
people and $50,000 Is raised for ter
minal sites ,the rond will be com
pleted, and while this may see.m like
a heavy price for the city to pay, me
Member of the AwocUtx I'row investment will be Justified by fu
The Associated Press U exclusively tun development If The Herald did
titled to the use for republication , . , .... .... ,. , . . ....
Ul H't'i wi tmu tuuk ti'iv i- -ut-
John Dubuis and V A Unlletii
head are hen; on matters of business
from lupine They am guests nt t!io
White Pelican Hotel.
Kv M llowurth arrived last nlglit
I from Spokane and left this inninliii;
for the Klamath Ageucy
Kdnn I, Ochiltree came In on the
train last evening for a short lnll
from AlamiHlu, California
.Mr and Mrs 1' Miller. V K Wells
and (1 W Snow re here Inokliu aft
er buslntwn Intert-sti from llenil
Mr and Mr C O OlopMn ,nt
rount st l..ltors from the V'n u j
d!-trlct today They r stopping ut ,
the Hull Hotel ,
J. A. tlardner Is here on matlen
of business from Jacksonville
William Kordney was In the clti
)estenlay from l.orrlla. where he
operutes the James Mercantile Com
nf all nm disnatchda credited to it a
r mot otherwise credited In this pa- ftcient number of sawmills and box
9r, and also local news pnbllnhod factories in sight, awaiting the con-
rln. . structlon of this road to the timber.
All rights of republication of spe- .... , . .. ,. ,
e$i dispatches berow are also re- t0 -ustlf- h? PP'0 f " ln
erred, assuming the burden, it would op-
' pose the sale of the road under the
WM.NK8IUY, MAY 14, ItMU. torrag offered We have not been
entirely In sympathy with many of
MAKK THKM PAY. the methods that have been adopted
and much that has been done before
The attitude of the business men nnu slnce thls road was undertaken.. w Y ' n",mi,n- ho h" x "
t this city, manifested at the meet- and ln thta 0 volce thl. Mnmwu of, hcr" '"ok'nK B',cr ,,"s!u7s ,B,l"rH9'
in of the Business Men's Assocla- nlne.tentha of thtf pp,, of tho city.'"0"- wh" h"vo W?B hvrx f0r lh" P"M
tloa last night, conveys to the Pacific but we ar0 nol s0 blinded by these i P morning.
Telephone & Telegraph company a racts t0 p.rmit them to stand In Ivan Panker is down for a short
J It. Lyons Is a recent urrltnl In j
'Klamath Kails from Portland lie ,
'.looping t the Hall Hotel
j Krnest Cas-el Jr Is a county seat.
visitor from Kirk He came In )ei
! Mr anil Mrs II P Klenlt. nrv In J
town for it short visit from Odessa '
The) urv nursts nt the Hall Hotel I
Mrs. W I) Moore and Miss N'snml
Moore are recent arrivals In tills cltv
from Harbor. Oregon
1 J F King os reglstpreil nt the
While Pelican Hotel last nlrht trim ,
Portland He left on the triln this
F (' M.ib.una Is In the rlt- on morning
lius-lnof-.s f iMi the Men 111 iIlsiin-1
Arthur iii,ldo bought s'lnplies
here tsterday for his rnneh on the
Merrill ro. 1
Mrs. lllnnche McPntmlil lias a.-cept-J
ed a position as clerk at the Slur i
W II llammell has ret ur-i t
Ashland after a business visit
time from Chlloquln.
and Mrs. Arthur Moeglln and
M llunce are recent arrivals
-nMv,k tKat It will tiaVA rAninn tn ..- ., .&... '
- "o" .- .v ... .... . i - . lne waj , msKing inis roaa nccom
Heed. The unlmous vote ln favor of pU.h great things for the city.
municipal plant serves notice on We ar(, for ,no completion of the
that eroolted. contract-breaking, pub- TOad to spraBUe river for we believe
iic piuuuenns. v u " "-". it means practicality doubling our
alckU stealing corporation that when. .yroii wtthin the city; because we
t City of Klamath halls nnlsnea Here If It ever connects up with
wtu. K, n win Denem out nine irom tne Hm i,ne9 lt wU, be our only
tbe rooaey It steaU from the bust- means of forcing the Southern Pa-
ciflc to give to Klamath Fall the
It can hide behind that misfit that recognition and service for which lt
o Hiantly serves its Interests thru nM pa , d.arlT manT tmM 0Ter.
the poatofflee departtneat: It can lay tor we brieve that only thru compe
tlM Mime at the feet of that handy ttlon wlu we eTer Ket the Natr00
tool, the Public Senrlce Commission; cutK)ff and the Modoc Northern; be
st can say it Is powerless to change caUie we believe that eventually It
the law that the State Supreme Court wln Deu the entrance of the West-
o happily interpreted in sucn a rav- ern Pacific Into this territory and Falls and Klamath County?
vraoie iigni xor u, oui wnen an because we are confident that It will
aid and done the victims of this mMa that Klamath Falls will be tho
company will know, aa they know metropolis of the great territory that
m. that the responsible party is ln eMt and north and south of us.
the Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Tne people of the city should take
tsompany, and they will proceed to thu Tital tg,,, under consideration.
oUect accordingly . Jook at lt from eTery angie, discuss
We know that the threat of a mu- lt dispassionately from the stand
tialpal system will be treated as a pont ot the weifare of the city and
Joke by the Bell outfit, but whether COunty and try to reach an lntelll
that threat will result ln the Instal- gent solution. The personal equa
Ution ot a municipally operated sys- on .hould be left out of lt entirely.
tern or not. It carries with it a warn- It ls amply whether Its construction
Ins to the Pacific Telephone and Tel- wm mean a bigger city here, or
eraph company and like public plun- whether we shall slip back to where
staring corporations, that ls danger- We were a few years ago.
as In the extreme. The decision
waa not reached by any radical ele- ACTRNTION. KLAMATH COUNTY
Mart, but by the conservative, hard- HIGH SCHOOL ALUM.N'I.
hesvded business men of the city, and There will be an Important meet
is an Indication that the public is lug ot the Alumni Association In the
rapidly reaching a point of rebellion H'Bn i0000' Horary. Thursday eve
... ,., . JT . ., , , nlng, May 15, at 8 o'clock. All mem-
that will mean further drastic legls- berg ghouId plan t0 be present f at
latlon seeking to curb the new effort all possible, and remind others to
t big corporations to rob the public. do so-
HAUHfcL, K. A1TLEUATE,
I The great popularity of tha Travel-
ersi MW COHT (iuariuitoeil life nsl
, tries Is reflected In the fact that Our- '
ling I0IH this progressive runipany U.
UfHl'moro thJui Saia.tMMKtMlO of new
Ufs haslneaa. Ask Chllrute Hmllh
laboal tbe NRW 101B pollrlea. J-lf
Behind the conditions that have aris
en by reason ot the war, these big
concerns hastened to feather their
nests at the expense ot the people, ln
the hope that they could do so un
Botlced; and they have been suc
ceeding thruout tbe nation. Encour
aged by the revulsion of public sen
timent against government owner
ship because of the absolute failure
made by tbe government with tho
Tailroads, the express companies, the
telephone and tbe telegraph, the big
orporatlons are seeking to capitalize
it to their advantage, forgetting the
fact that there will be a day of reck
oning when they will reap the whirl
wind. That day is nearly at hand In
Oregon and Klamath Falls. This last
outrage by which tbe Telephone com
pany seeks, thru Its tool, the Public
Service Commission, to rob the peo
ple may be the straw that will wipe
nt of existence the state body that
has so well served the purpone of
public utility corporations, and throw
their regulation back into the hands
of towns, cities and counties, when
the people will squeeze the last drop
of blood out of them as they have
been squeezing the people
So far as Klamath Falls is con
cerned, every business man who can
get along without a phone should do
so, both In his home and in hln store;
every resident should do likewise.!
The council should then start In to
make this despicable concern spend.
in tbe city every dollar of tribute It
Is stealing from the people. There
will be more ways than one tha. the
people ot Klamath Falls can set at
the company where tbe Corporation
Service Commission cannot protect
It, and then when tbe next election
approaches, let us start a petition for
tbe wiping out of existence of the
law that, thru crooked state officials,
permitted this 'concern to rob its patrons.
H. N. Moe of Moe and Company
has, gone to San Francisco' on matters
of business tons few days.
Mrs. Charles Coseboom and llttlt
son, who have been here fo rthe past
month visiting at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. M. V. Cose'bOom. left his
morning for Los Angeles.
Mrs. Robert Goodwin has returned
to Pullman Washington, after a .bus
iness visit of a few days In Klamath
F W. Nelson a news correspon
dent, who has been In tbe city for a
fow days from Portland, left this
morning for Weed, California.
O. A Manning, R. F. Cooper and
Chas. Burgraff are here on matters
of business from Albany.
Mrs. W. Worden has returned to
Midland after a 'short 'visit "with re
latives In Klamath Falls.
f ' i
R C. Sp.nk ls In town today from
Idlerest on Spring Creek.
Attorney A. M. McCoy, who has
been retained In the' civil action of
White versus Harrison case In the
Court of Circuit Judge I). V. Kuyken
dall, returned this morning to his
home in Red Bluff.
1.. K. Santee has returned to bU !
home at Grants Pass after n short
visit ln Klamath Falls.
Tjjses9f today must
be operly made and
We- buy trusses that are
famous for their con
struction and workmnn
8hh and our experi
ence in fitting them
makes the finished job
as' nearly perfect' as pos
sible. If you need a truss come
to' us. W e guarantee
both the quality and 'fit.
Pleasure and Economy
Can Be Yours
The ideal time is now coming, when you will
want your Summer vacation and outing. Woll, you
could not get a more economical outfit for .such, and
more reliable than a Harley-Davidson ami sidecar.
When you happen this way, call in and we'll
talk it over. Our number is the same and you can
not miss it if you wish to call.
Terms extended to reliable parties.
Service and Cyclery Station
115 South 9th St (Opposite Ford Garage)
Note I also have for sale two standard Motion
..Picture Machines at bargains. If you are interested
I Ul.that line call and see them, or write to Box 1101.
of battery trouble.
car with an
jHSjsBBBBBBBBBBBf V ? J '
Keep Out Cold
Keeps Out Dust
Keeps in Heat
Saves 25 Per Cent to 40
Per Cent Fuel
T. L. COLLIER
Authorized Sales Agent
W"!,- KLAMATH FALLS OKCGON ipSfW
K. J. v ...ut!,.
"" MBS (sSSSshrBSSSSSSS
CXlCM 23 Main St
"THE I'ICK OF TIIE 1'IOTURKH"
THK RAILROAD QUKNTION.
The people of Klamath Falls are
going to be called uporf to decide i
what disposition shall be made of the'
H. W. Poole, Owner
Matinee Every Day
BEAUTIFUL BESSIES BARRISCALE
SMILING BILL PARSONS
Kinogram Latest Weekly News Events
LEND ME YOUR NAME"
Up Your System
Nux-I-Tone is peculiarly fitted to tone up the system, en
rich the blood, improve the appetite, aid digestion, and promote
new health and strength.
Convalescents, weak, anemic women and girls, feeble old
folks, delicate children all need a good tonic and blood builder.
A Powerful Tonic Containing Iron and Nux Vomica
. in Combination With Beef and WineT
Is our recommendation. Nux-I-Tone differs from many other so
called tonics in that it is pleasant to take and the Iron and Nux
Vomica are in a form that is readily accepted by the system.
There are other reasons, too, why Nux-I-Tone is so popular
with our customers. Come in and let us show you.
$1.00 THE LARGE BOTTLE
Whitman Drug Co.
520 MAIN ST.