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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 5, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
1 ' vn this i'i:oi'iiio of this city and vicinitv.
SoiMW AN" COSIINGH OP LOOAL FOLKS.
PREVENTION OF FIRES (Actress Pickets "Persuading" a Merc Man to Help NcwV?"
TO TRIM LIVING COSTS
York Theater Strikers
OIIIIIMIeil flipill I'HKO
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' ntU mo, s imdc
'.f KUmoth i-a' - i, cf a
aont ' ,,. sclmoffor loft on tlio
,,ls,r n" J 'or Stirling. Cnll-
So tw.H attend choo.
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5 S, stock .hlpmont win o w-
"W i.nnio who ban boon
! , I h.r homo thlwcok with
Were two "--- -
We 10 to oU''
n Tcnbrook In In town from
f "Tvw Clovo .nd Ml- M. II.
, Iron. Now York City.
Ml Clara 13. O'Connor Is .topplns
fc Klamath Kail, from Han l'ron-
t'!M' . II. n T .ii in ill I.umbor
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wBPayfmn town on builnow from-
, B )( Miller nrrheil Innt nli;ht from
ff A. Wnllon and Miss Mnrylo
Killen ro hero from tholr homes In
I un Angeles. '
Mr and Mrs. jock uouuuru, u
Ufed California .no horo for tho
Mr. and Mrs. W. s. waiio nrnvou
, si last night's train from iluitcm
T. W. Graham, of tho Kndorson
lumber Company at Morris, Ih spond
Inia few days In tho city looking nf
r ter company business.
Mr. and Mrs P. T. Nelson, who re
cently purchased tho rcsldenco of
Archie Henllno on Pine, botwoon
Third and Fourth Streets, bnvo mov
ed Into tholr now homo from tho
.Ne'coa ranch near Keno.
Earl L. Anderson Is In town from
Mcdlord this week on business.
C. D. WlUon, who hns tho contract
for building the Merrill bridge, wns
la tie city yesterday and reports that
I'M progress Is being mado on tho
ttcel structure, and that In a short
twit tbey would bo able to opon it
i. M. Ford Is hero from Sacramento
u. i business trip ot a few days.
R. A. Thompklns Is a county seat
Tiiltor from his homo at Pine Flat.
I). Smith, of San Francisco is
upending n Hltort llmo lit Kliiinnth
'loin Uonln In In from li Ih iiimcIi at
Mrs. O. W, Harrison Is vlftlllii':
Iipio from WuhIiIiii;1oii.
.Mlrhnol I'ltrl nrrlvod liiKt night
finin Him Francisco.
I,. I.'. Illi;low, who litis boon haro
vlrlllui; for several days loft yostor-
ilny afternoon for liU homo In Scul-
, Klftuon of tlio tnnrhors who nro to
'touch In tlio public anil high schools
of this city, todny loft In cars for
ttntor Lnko for n two or thrco days
uiitliii: trip. It. II. Dunhnr will net as
guide. .1. 10. Churchill, Btnto Superin
tendent of schools mid Mr. Acker
iiiiiii, l'icHldout of tho Monmouth
N'oriiuil Hcliool will accompany tho
It. H. Ynwiiinii has returned from
'ii HiicccHHrul door huntlnK expedition.
11(1 bniucht buck it flno buck.
"when you come to t1ii3 end
of a perfect day"
A sawmill man ono morn got up
And found tlio mm wns bright,
His brenkfust food, ench pluto and
And ov'rythlng wns right.
Ho heard tho morning whlstlo blow
And hoard tho saws begin
Tholr Hinging in tho vnlo below,
Tho day to ushor In.
And then ho wandered to tho mill
Found ov'ry mun in plucu
And each ono working with a will
And with a smiling face.
Tim loprt cumo up without n hitch
To snws ns sharp us swords;
Each cut produced n porfect flitch,
Each flitch tho best of boards.
And not a pulley slipped u belt,
And life wns jUHt song;
Tho logs to lumbor scorned to molt
And not n thing wont wrong.
Tho morning mall some ordoru bro't
And cancelations none;
In nil tho lottors thoro was not
A kick from anyone.
All 'dny tho mill, from enrly dawn
"U night bug-m to full,
Kopt working on and sawing on
Without u break at all.
At last tho millman homeward sped
Without a woo or caro
And, kneeling by IiIb llttlo bed.
Ho prnyod this llttlo prayer:
"O Lord, I know thnt somotlmo I
Will have to perish, too
I know that sometime I snail die,
For people often do.
Today we never spoiled a board
And ov'rythlng went right
If It In nil tho name, O Lord,
I'd like to die tonight."
moia recent panic of 11107 occured
In tho year succeeding Han FrnntlK
to's grout flro. Ot course this may bo
mcro coincidence, but It In u fact nev
ertheless. If Ainorlca wore to reduco
lior flro cost to tho fractional figures
of most other countries It can hardly
bo doubted that lliq cost of living
I would bo lowered It must never be
iorgottcn that 21.4 por cent of this
I annual bon flro Is duo to strictly pro
vnntnblo causes, 1)7. !) to thoso which
itro partly preventable, and that the
remaining 40,7 por cent from "I n
known Ciiukcs" largoly preventable "
Inflammables In KlorcM.
"Thou there Is the giocery Htorn
Most peoplo dopend upon groceries
for their food, and tho averago gro
cery, containing as it does, stocks of
keroHcnn and tithor Inflammable mer
chandise Ih a special Inslnnco of fire
lnuaril. This Is shown by the great
i number that nro consumed through
out tho nation during each year, and
each grocery flro subtracts a definite
(iuiitity of staples from tho national
".Meat supplies nro directly affect-
ed by tho largo number of llvo stock
j burned In fires In barns and stablcu,
I and also by the many fires In packing
and slaughter houses."
Hi.".! Fires In SHIN.
"With othor staples than food, tho
snmo condition holds true. In two
years thoro were roportcd 322 fires
in wool and cotton mills. Cotton !' a
commodity which Is particularly sub
ject to disastrous fires. This also ap
plies In it marked degree to the rofln
Ing, storing nnd handling ot oil,
ono of our moro common dally re
quirements Tho supply of wood If
this state particularly, enters Intr
many phases of our living necessi
"In New York Btnte nlone It Is re
ported that 200,000 people are turn
Ing out nn annual product of neaily
$400,000,000 In wood manufacturers
to say nothing of the mills and log
King camps thruout tho nation, nnc'
shipping directly affected. Strikln
at the basis of this great Jndustr?
hundreds of hunfnn lives nnd million'
ot dollars worth of property are de
stroyed each year."
"Tho burning of saw mills. lum
ber yards', furniture nnd woodenware
factories nnd stores is too frecjuent
to call for special comment. It can
well be seen how the economic status
of tho country Is affected by our an
nual fire wasto."
QUEEN QUALITY SHOES
j The famous shoe for women. Reasonably priced.
CHAS. P. MAGUIRE
713 Main Street
"THK PICK OF THB PICTURES"
H. W. Poole, Owner Matinee Every Day
The Big Oriental Extravaganza
VIRGINIA LEE CORBIN
"OH, WHAT A KNIGHT"
"THE JUNGLE TRAIL"
DOORS OPEN AT 7 P .M.
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President Wilson Is scheduled to
deliver his third address In behalf
of tho League of Nations in St. Louis
A Louisiana State conference will
bo hold today to organize for a $50,
000 State campaign In behalf of tho
Roosovolt National MomorUI.
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Wednesday & Saturday
Popular Juzz Orchestra
Featuring Special Music
With tho Pictures,
Rex Stratum, Pianist.
D. W. OHIFFITH'S
Rural Comedy Drama
"Tho Romance of Happy Valley"
With n AH Hter Cast
AKo A Dray Plctograph nnd
A Dandy Comedy
Admission 10 & 25 cents
Doom open nt 7 p. in.
Josso Ij. Lasky IVcsentN
Patl.o Nowh latest Current Kcnts.
Admission Mntlnco JO & 15 cents
Evenings 10 A 20 cents
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
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Just what the legal definition of "persuasion" Is we do not, know, but
this photograph shows a scimd of actress pickets trying to "persuage" an
actor that he should Join the Actors' Equity Association and thus hely to
closo more of Now York's theaters. Stage women have been Just as active
ns men In tho actors' strike, which darkened a dozen well known houses.
NOTICE. Kxclusiio agency for Bojs' Dub-
Those having laundry at the Wong imliiitt. clothes has been nl.uo.1 ulth
Him laundry will please call for .- T- ir 4.. . ,,
same at once. Laundry is located on ' '
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Is Your Boy of the Hard
Play School Age?
If he Is, you know better than
we can tell you what tho shoo
problem means thnt Is, If
you aro buying tho usual kind
of good school shoei. But you
can't know unless you have
tried them what our "Buster
IJrown" school shoes mean
what a saving they make in
your shoo bills and what com
fort and freedom they afford to
tho busy feet ot your young
sters. , , -i
"Ilustcr IJrown Shoes -arc
$3.00 to $0.00, according
Ui tho sic.
Other lines of shoes for
boys and girls lor play
and for dress-np wear
92.50 to $5.00.
Don't wait till- yon have the
opportunity to come In your
self with your little ones. We
will see that they are properly
fitted, as we pride ourselves in
taking a parental interest in
seeing that the proper, shoes
are properly fitted.
Kxclushc agency for Hojs' Dub-
belbllt, Clot lies has been pliueil with
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Is different than the rest and bet
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Satisfaction guaranteed or no tee
Located at 526 Main St.
SPECIAL BOND ELECTION NOTICE
LANGELL VALLEY IRRIGATION
Notice is hereby given that a spe
cial bond election will be held Sat
urday, tho 11th day of October, 1919
at the hereinafter specified polling
place in Langell Valley Irrigation Dis
trict, Klamath County, Oregon, to de
termine whether bonds of said Dis
trict In the sum of nine hundred
thousand dollars ($900,000) shall bo
Issued for the purpose of providing
funds for p'ocurlnu necessary recla
mation works, acquiring the neces
sary property nnd rights therefor,
. (tin mirohnRn nnd ncaulsltlon of
canals, reservoir sites, water rights,
and for work ana construction, ana
for otherwise carrying out tho pro
visions of law.
Thn nniu ahnll liR onened at eieht
o'clock on the morning of the election
and be kept opon until live o'ciock ra
the afternoon, when the same must
At such election tho ballots shall
contain the words "Bonds .Yes"
and "bonds No."
Th Board of Directors have speci
fied the following Dolling 'places in
said District for said election;
The school house commonly ana
generally known and called the
I.orella School House, situated in
Section 36, Township 39 South,
Range 12 East of tho Willamette
Said election must bo held and the
result thereof determined and de
oinrmi in nil rAftnAPtn us nearly as
practicable in conformity with the
provisions ot law governing. iuo iou
tion of officers.
nivAn hv Order nf the Board of Di
rectors of Langell Valley Irrigation
District this second day of September,
H. J. Tlcknor, President
W. D. Campbell
A. n. Onto
Board of Directors
Attest: A. L. W1SHAUD, Secretary.
FROM PRODUCER TO CONSUMER
This is the time of the year you need .smoked
meats. We have Sugar-cured Shoulders at 30c
Fancy Breakfast Bacon from 50c to 60c per
Sugar-cured Bacon Backs at 45c
No. 5 Lard Pail at $2.25.
No. 5 Compound, soft as lard, $1.50. ,
WE CLOSE MONDAY LABOR DAY
PHONE 83' - PHONE 83
AT THE LINK RIVER ELECTRIC COMPANY
Continues Today and Tomorrow
Don't miss this
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5 tf S & & JU
tho Oth, Is the
luCtt day. Know
WAV TO COOK,
even though you
don't buy jour
Miss Qalvln has had wide experience in Electric Cookery, having
made the culinary art a special study, and will gladly explain in de
tail the manifold advantages of cooking on a HOTPOINT ELEC
TRIC RANGE over that -of any other method.
Miss Galvln will also use her favorite recipes, many of them equal
to thoso originated by the most famous culinary artists ol ,the day.
Cakes baked In the Hotpolnt Range Oven aro tender, fino grained,
beautifully browned and delicious; roasts are more juicy and sweet;
fish and steaks aro the best you ever tasted, broiled in Hotpolnt
Range Ovon. And for canning fruits,' the Electric Riuge has no
equal always a cool kitchen to work in.
And the Special Cooking Rate Furnished by Your
Lighting Company Makes this Method of Cooking
Available to You.
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