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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 21, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
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ie Evening Herald
Mnny Knstern ntul Central Oregon Heir to Italy's Throne
j. m v n it
Kill TO It
Published dally eicepl Siiml.ty h
communities hno Imnded Ihcmsolws
to pay the cost of brlnisliiK water to
these tiroiul acres, mill because of the
manipulation of bo ml lmers. these
bonds live been sold In wmr Mistime
es. notnhly nt Vnlo. in Mnllictir coun-
Who Was Pari Favorite
ftThe Herald Publishing Company of ii. for 90 cents on the ilolhir The
Klamath Kail, nt 116 Fourth street
Entered nt the posiottlre nt Klntn
jftth Falls, Ore., for transmission thru
(the mutts as second-els? matter
' Snbscrlntlon terms bv mall to nn
Krw In the United States:
: yr $5 on
Oae month ... Mi
vSjMrmbor of tlio .ocliitcl lro
t4?The Associated Press Is exclusively
.iitttleu to the use for republication
feRaii es dispatches credited to It Injustice to the people who are Mirk
'Mjot otherwise crediwd In thl pa- inK h.ird to build up Iioino. for them
aBd also local news, published ...,.. .. ,,,.. ,,.. .,riiv ,, i.i,
PVUV w mii ,-. ...... - - - --
mttted to the people at the spec, at
election June 3rd next, a toustiltt
tlonal amendnieiit whieh n
residents of that onterprtstnR section
hae lost $T.".0P0 on a siUKle district
bond isue of $7S0.000. and this
money mlcht lust ni well hnxe been
s.wed to the people of Malheur In
stead of peint: into the pockets of the
rich bond brokers. The mnrkit value
of the lands has boon pounded dou
because no one but the settlers them
selves and their holding were bat k
of the bonds
"The legislature. recognirlJiK the
Irtghta of republication of spe-
Jspatches herein are a!o re-
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in substance, that the state shall 1 ml
its credit to guarantee the Interest on
irrigation and drainage bonds when
over an Individual project shall have
Ey received the approval of a commission
following from the Oregon consisting of the state engineer the
erprlso. shows that we are attorney general and the state sup
get strong support from the erlntendent of banks.
te valley It voices a new "rlT me terms oi ne .imviiu-
, nrhich we hope to see pre- """nt h' s,n,e wln ''"' ,ho in,r'!,t
taction of the state: " " l,omls Ior lnP ""' "r """
take it that every resident of after the date of issue. The bonds
1$ proud of h& own state, will be issued uy me staie. ...... u ...
he would be moving on to I"" they will be sold for not less
more satisfying to his per- than Par aml the s,nt0 W,U ray tht'
j, interest for not to exceed live years
are to pull together for the ani1 ,ne amendment provides that the
lent of Orecon w must tako state is to be reimbursed, with inter-
d Tiew that- Whatever helps , six months after the maturity of
Mion of the stati Usgoing to be the bono-
!.- ... .. ...... . ... V n talw
em to me entire common- inis appears iu us iu ..
and we .should not refuse our measure. Western Oregon, generally
"my legitmateiproposal on the knows little of Irrigation, and many
that U is of no Immediate of Its residents, unfortunately, care
to oui.own town and county, less. This is all wrong. If we are to
infcasrern Oregon, separated build up our state we should make it
tM by a rafige 4t mountains, are possible for the eastern part of Ore-1
thousands of 'acres of land of gon to work out Its own salvation ami ( a truck performance mut set mi
jne. . inese lanas are arid, meet us own prooieiua uu uu"iu ui iuf untina uur. - ...... .-....
wfcen irrigated, they produce basis. We are asked only to lend yesterday afternoon when f. II Hem-
1 crops aqd'add much to the the money needed, at the legal rate , is and Fred V Couch rolled up In
rwealth. some estimates Dlac- of interest, and ample provision Is front of The Herald omce wun two
tscreaue ta the taxable wealth made for its repayment.
State'as hjgh as $10,000,000.1 Vote 304 YES.
ItKltllUI TIMK IS MAUK HV T.
TKItlirilY Tltlt'KS IV CUMIN''.
MUIM ItlllTIJMI Ml IMtJr.
.mi:nts wkri: nki:hki kn-
Itason tickets for the big Chautauqua week are now
m sale at S2.50. At 2 p. m. of the opening day they
'idvance to $3.00. Buy now and prepare for the joy
jis week of splendid music, lectures and entertain-
H, went. There are 22 big events coming less than 12c
apiece by the season ticket plan.
Few Features of the Week
'anous Canadian author and lecturer. Author of "A
Guest of the Kaiser." Seven months in Ger
man prison camps. Coming with greatest
war story of the platform.
Castellucci's Concert Band comes to Chautuqua on
the fourth day in two great programs. One of
the best bands in the West this year.
) nroerams on the second dav. "Vietorv Dav." bv
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this quartet of Yanks straight from France.
big patriotic event don't miss it.
Th Earl Hippie Concert Company will make "Joy
Night," the last night, an event long to be re
membered. Four great musical entertainers.
Five musicians headed by Nicolai Zedeler, famous
'cellist, who stand in the front ranks among Chau
tauqua musical artists. Two concerts on third day.
Klamath Falls. Mav 25-30
big 3 ton Atterbury trucks which
they had Just piloted from Portland
They left that city Thursday after
noon, coming by way of The Dalles,
llend. Crescent, Heaver Marsh, and
Chiloquln. arriving here a little aft
ernoon yesterday During all of lh
trip they never used a wrench on
either machine, with the exception of
adjusting two spark plugs, and they
ate that some of the road's they
travelled were holy terrors lloth
machines were mounted with Fire
stone tires, and they looked uu If they
were Just put on In view of the fact
l that the highways covered are Just
helng opened up. the record made by
! these two inachlnet, will stand for
The Atterbury TYuck. which In
bundled In this territory by the Him-
, ie Oarage, is one of the leaders In
the truck family Those brought In
by Messrs Ilemls and Couch are to
be used an u seven mile lumber haul,
these gentlemen having a contra 't
with the liwlnnnll Lumber company
to hand!)- the output from their mill
to Mitcdoel These trucks are fitted
with lumber rolls, dump sheets and
buck-boards When the truck reaches
lt destination, tin- lumber Is rolli il
off until It balance, when tho trui'c
Is driven ahead, dropping the mater
ial on the ground
COAST MAY GET
FAIR FREIGHT RATE
PORTLAND. May 21 Equalization
of freight rates for foreign trndo be
tween Atlantic and Pacific porta will
result from a conference) of western
repreKfcntatives of the foreign trade
convention with offlclalx of the rail
road administration. If promise
of the later are fulfilled. '
This is 'he ineKHUgo brought to
Portland bv f lty Attorney W. P. La-
J-pink'.' Kishlni: and Oiitin
camp on Spring Creek, Wll
liuini'on Iliver will ho open to
the public on a titl after May 20
The good fishing Is now on
Good' homo cooked i;ijuii
borvi il Tent filurtirH.
I-'lBh and Chicken Sunday
dinniTH ti specialty.
HihrvatloiiH must bo inuilo
HatfcH by week Hinted on ap
plication It. C. SPINKH, Prop,
P. ()., Cliilouiii, Oregon.
Vocbut.er llrON. & Klalnulm
McDonald Peel Itooin
Klamath Falls, Oregon.
Hoche. who attended the western
trade eomenllon mid the conferences
of the Culled Slates 1'lmntbcr of t'om
inerre. In Id III Chicago and New
York Mr l.iilloilie tepieseliled the
Portland Dock rotninNsioii l the
custi-rti i (inferences
The conference of western H'pre
srhtiillM'S with iifflclalH uf the uill
rond adtiilnlslnitlon. act m ding to Mr
InltixlO'. followed iitllioiliu ellU'Ilt
i lint n different Inl of SO cents on Iron
iiml steel rood In fax or of Mliintle
ports had been granted b lbi nill
roiul niluilnlstuitlou Following the
conference the officials of the rall
r on il ndmliilstriitlon piomlsi'd to
eiHlallie tbi' rnliB It It could be shown
that the differential dlteiud tiufflc
to t iislern ports
tl,M.I(lll IIHIIWVS UHJ
is SOLD AT IOWA CITV.
H ITV. Max 1 While
I oli it Miowii" bod lies a m.il.li'l i m;
in I lie iitaxe" bis carilnge has K'i'"
miirchhig on all Ih"" enr, nil i
few dii ago was placed on s.ile .il '
rinsing out auction of ller 'loi II
and illsponeil of for n imiIi iiti or
1 1 1 I . v heie In lowu t Hi'
Il wiis Mite thl ' n llriiwu its. I
i lo tlrlvo across counin frm l)(
Inline III West lliiui. h
ii certain closed chi-,
eiv fine inrrliifi i.
pie win ilni ninl ni.,11
I'lll up ' nl the .', i
w lili'h held a iiiiii,i i,
Hie dow u tow n Kin ,
II was III Ihe e.irh i
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1 1 in Spring
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! You Don't Need a Tool Box
Is the ideal fuel for the
summer season because
it makes a quick, hot
fire, j u s t when y o u
Order Peyton's Blocks
and you are sure to get
Wood to Uurn '
501 Main Phone 112-R
WHEN YOU GO TO FORT KLAMATH
The Fort Klamath Gamut' will do your work and
tlo it right at reasonable prices.
We carry a full line of Accessories, Has and ()K
Cars for Hire
FORT KLAMATH GARAGE
The girls who are admired
most for their beautiful
complexions, w e I 1-groome 1
hair and shapely hutids ure.
the ones who use our high
grade toilet articles and pre
parations We make u speci
alty of flLe
men as Face Creams uml
I'owders, Hand Lotion. Tal
cum Powders, Toilet Waters
Massage Creams, Manlciiro
Good, Complexion Hpu'ii ,
If It's a worthy toilet rtlt
we have it first Come In re
first and save time
W'v , KLAMATH TML1 OREdOri uJ, I
Ladies' & Men's
.madi: to oiti)i:u
IlKHT OI-' WOltKMANHIIIP
pi:ni'i:rr pit ocahanticiod
PrlceH uro very reasonablo
Your lio-pectlon Invited
Chas. J. Cizek
HIS Main St.
$1995 F. O. B., Klamath FalU
CAN YOU MATCH IT AT ANY PRICE?
DOUBLE UNIVERSAL JOINTS OF
KLAMATH STAGE GARAGE
OVK 427 PJT hlTH STKKCT
LOSTWHITE WORK HORSE
Branded A on left shoulder; black work mare,
also blue saddle horse, both branded wagonbow
on right shoulder, and sorrel pony branded bnr-S
on jaw and branded on left shoulder.
JOHN O'SHEA, MAL1N, OREGON,
And Receive Reward.
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