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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 28, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON,
National Auto Accessory Company
210 MAIN STREET
Next to PoGtoffice
I '.i. I
The Evening Herald
Published dally except Sunday b
Trunk lino of tlio Hill systoni, bIvi Knutcr Oregon means t grantor
lug both of thsp 8)ste:ns n through l'ortlanJ.
route from Portland to Klamath, Oregon has begun to rot nc
ouulnted with Itsolf.
through liny movement ,ho has In-
SACItAMRNTO, Cnl., Oct. 28.-
Predictions of a dollar pur pound.
prlco for Sacramento Valley hops bo
j Falls, giving that city an outlet to
tlio north as well as to tho south
! and giving Portland an ontranco to
: a market from which it has long
: been excluded.
Thero aro several good reasons, that movement to full fruition, tho
bonds I men of money and tho men of on tor
.'ortland in- priso lrero in Portland must got into Trv w llornld Want Ads.
Entered at tho nostotfico at Klam-h"vstnrs. They aro a safo, sound,; too procession and keep. stop. Mr.,sr-- - rrrz
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Tho Herald Publishing Company ofiwhy the Strahorn railroad
Klamath Falls, at 11G Fourth Street. shouU1 flm, favor wlh rorai
auRurated, serves at tho llrst sub-jforo tho cfoso of tho year will proV
stantlal introduction. Lot w not abb ho fulfilled Tho prlco is now
forget, however1, that to dovelop 77 U, cents hnvlnc Increased from
GO conu within tho past fow weoks.
the malls as second-class matter.
Subscription terms by mail to any
address In tho United States:
Ono year $5.00
Ono month 50
by a railroad which dovelops u coun- In tho initiative, onorgy and public
try rich in livestock, grain, liny, spirit must do the rest.
fruit, dairy produce and timber a
country of which tho productive area
is constantly enlarged by Irrigation.'
By aiding construction of tho" rail-1
road every citizen of Portland will
promote the prospority of his own!
Member of tho Associated Pros
The Associated Press Is exclusively! city, fcr ho will enlargo tho market
i?tlei 1 th? U-OT roIl"bl'ctIo,n ' for Its manufactures and will ad-j
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or no otherwise credited in this pa
per, ana also local nows published
All rights of republication of spe
cial dispatches herein aro also reserv-
TUESDAY, OCTOBEH U8, IOU)
HEIiP BUILD STKAHOHX KOA1)
vanco tho dovelopmont of tho whole
stato, which will redound to Port
Thero need bo no hesitation about
offering theso bonds to tho pooplo
In general, for they have been edu
cated In bond-buying by Its several
liberty loan campaigns. Tho effect
of that education is seen In tho nura-
1 ber of bond-brokers who havo
opened ground-floor ofllccs and who
display bonds for sale Just as any
other merchant might display hats
or shoes. They offer tho best anti
dote to the dealer in wildcat stock.
It is eminently fit that the tour
of Southern Oregon by a party of
members of tho Portland Chamber for theirs aro sound securities which
of Commerce shoould result in help have stood every legal test. . Any
by Portland In raising capital for man who has an opportunity to in-
construction of the Strahorn railroad
from Bend to Klamath Falls. Such
excursions havo too often produced
nothing beyond a few. banquets and
speeches expressive of mutual good
will between tho visitors and the
cities which entertain them a tenu
ous link of sentiment which is soon
broken. They should produce more
substantial and enduring bonds of
common interest, lest they be re
garded as mere junkets.
There is a peculiar opportunity
to form such a bond between Port
land and Klamath Falls. Owing to
the caprice of railroad development,
Klamath Falls is in, but not of Ore
gon. Although, as an airplane flies,
it is much nearer to Portland than
to San Francisco, as the railroad
runs it is much nearer the California
metropolis. For that reason it has
been commercially .annexed to Cali
fornia. The most friendly relations
have existed between 'the people of
Portland and Klamath Falls, and the
latter city hps ofen expressed a de
sire to do business here, but high
rates by tho roundabout , railroad
route forbid. Klamath Falls remains
isolated from the rest of Oregon.
The Strahorn railroad offers the
way out of this isolation, for it can
be made the link which binds Klam
ath Falls to tho rest of tho state
and which opens direct connection
with Portland. With characteristic
energy and perseverance 3Ir. Stra
horn has been -working for years on
tho Oregon, California & -Eastern
railroad, which is to form the con
necting link of the several roads that
have been vainly reaching out to
ward each other in Central and
Southeastern Oregon. With liberal
vest in a railroad traversing a sec
tion of Oregon which has developed
In spite of isolation will not hesitate
bptween it nnd a wildcat proposi
tion. Having formed tho bond-buying
habit, Portland should easily ab
sorb the Strahorn railroad issue.
IT HKGIXS TO LOOK LIKE
aid from the people of Klamath
county, be has built the road to
Dairy and has arranged to finance
the extension northward to Silver!
Lake. He now asks Portland and
Bend to take bonds to the amount
(Tho Portland Telegram)
We went, we saw and we promise
That "we" in this case is not tho
editorial, but the community we. The
occasion, the need that invokes aid
and tho promise to give h concern
Klamath Falls and Bend on tho ono
hand and Portland on tho other.
The seed that was sown has taken
root and promises to bear fruit. It
begins to look as if the fruit would
be exactly that which Is desired aid
in railroad building and consequent
development of that section of the
state between Klamath Falls and
Bend. The Portland attitude toward
that development enterprise has be
come the dollar attitude.
Nathan Strauss, as chairman of
the Oregon trade excursion, which
went and saw, proposes to tho Cham
ber of Commerce that the rest of it
shall be done. The Chamber of Com
merce accepts the proposition as one
of wise policy. Not alono that, but
the Chamber of Commerce mars out
a tentative plan of procedure and
appoints a committee to net, to get
busy on the dollar basis. It Is splen
did work and rich In promise.
Mr. Strauss has started a move
ment that is pregnant with great re
sults for Oregon development. The
beauty of it is, It is started on the
substantial dollar basis; or, at any
rate, it begins to look like dollars.
Dollars will build that road from
Klamath Falls to Bend. The build-
Ono or tho most thriving settle
ments in tho county is that in tho
vicinity of Mnlln, which Was settled
by tho Bohemian colony just tun
years ago. This lommunity has
proven not only thrifty nnd frugal,
but enterprising as well, nnd visit
ors aro surprised at tho develop
ments which havo taken placo with
in the past few years.
Tho Mnlin flouring mill is turning
out white flour inferior to none
mado elsowhere, tho general storo
has outgrown its quarters and a
new building Is being ercctod by the
proprietor, A. Kallnn, in connection
with which aro quarters for tho now
Malln State bank recently organ
ized, with living apartments, over
head for tho bank cashior.
On Saturday night last thoro was
a ilanco at Mnlin, in colobrntion of
tlio fact that it is Just ten years
sinco that neighborhood was sottled
by the Bohemians. Thoro was a
large attendance, many cars attend
ing from tho Falls, and a good time,
with feeds, was enjoyed by all.
Wednesday t Saturday
Popular Jnus Orchestra
A Laughable Ccfinedy
HAPPY THOUGH MAHHIK1)
Two Heels of Good Comedy
The first woman In tho rural mall
service in Nebraska and ono of the
first In tho United States is Miss
Itu(h Kenyon, who for seventeen
years has regularly covered a S8
mllo routo out of Monroe, Nebraska.
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TUESDAYS ASH SATURDAYS
iiiren AVi'l olmlna ft Holland an.'
her mother, .Queen, Eran-. are both
AXYWHRHE IX THE CITY
of $1,250,000 that he may build tho ing of that road will develop wealth
75 miles to Bend. There his road and community enterprise in the sec
would join the Deschutes line of the) tion it is to traverse. It will all
Union Pacific system and tho Oregon j make, for a greater Oregon and a
"Here's aFrfendly '
cays the Good Judge
Men who know tobacco,
chew the best without it3
costing them any more.
They take a little chew and
it's amazing how the good,
taste stays in a rich, high
grade, chewing tobacco.
For lasting tobacco satis
faction, there's nothing
like a small chew of that
THE REAL TOBACCO CHEW
put tip in two styles
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco
. PAIRS HIT HARD
Errj Slosn's Liniment ready for
those sudden rheumatic
lON'T let that rheumatic pain
yruwic unu you uitriuut Sloan s
Liniment airain. Kprn if V.-.r,,i,.
in the medicine cabinet for immediate
action when needed. If you are out of
it now, get another bottle today, eo
you won t Suffer anv Innc-pr tfi.nn n--
essary when a pain or ache attacks you.
"W'y t wiumii Tiwumg lor it
Penetrates (jiving prompt relief cf
sciata. luml -,,, ntiraVj, lament,
soreness. prair.s, Etriins, bruitcs. Le
prcp-ircl la 'p t randy.
All druggets 35c, 70c, $1 40.
Whllo lounging around theso
'days y.ou will probably want
a collection of bookii.
Our book department af
fords the best possible
choice You'll And all tho
v lito Action in addition to
tho old reliable standards.
We can also supply
all of the popular
maga.zines and other
If you aro going on a vaca
tion tako a supply of good
read Ing matter.
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imves me an
A good oil licatc; filled vith
Pcr.rl 'Oil gives instar.t licat
vhen and wheru needed. No
smoke, no odor. Easy to1
carry about. Oil is consumed
only when the heat is needed
Pearl Oil is refined and rc
rcfincd by our special process
which makes it clean burn
ing. For sale in bulk by deal
ers everywhere, the same
high-quality kerosene as the
Pearl Oil sold in five-gallon
cans. There is a saving by
buying in bulk. Order by
name Pearl Oil.
Wc recommend Perfection Oil Heaters
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
HEAT AND LIGHT
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SACRAMENTO, Cal , Oct. 28.
Forests of tlio entlro Northwest
will bo brought under tho guard of
aviators, says U. M. Homans, stato
forester, who is co-operating In tho
plan for a centralized forest lire
Shoes covered with diamonds wore
vomau nt n bail
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m A .f9.r.ii a Mr W
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Best yet. Herald "Want Ads.
!wS il a
Life ia a burden when the body
is racked with pain. Everything
worries and the victim becomea
despondent and downhearted. To
bring back the sunshine tako
An important item
these clays is'
JI.MtltlKI) IX XOnTH
SACRAMENTO. Cal., Oft. 28. -I
Tlio Western Canning company, n! Announcement has bocn receiT.
Clilnoso cqrporntlon, lias purchi'.flodi hero of tin- marriage at National
100 acroH of pear nnd nBimragUB! Wasliliigton, of Itobcrt K. Wanltf
land near IbIoIoii, Sacramento coun-.linm. a forim-r rcnidcnt of himu
ty, from Hart V, Smith.
cIiaHo prlco wan $223,300.
KnllH. on (Mulur 24
Mr WliuunRliam was emplojed
hy tho Klamath Hardware company,
Tli. nut trees of tho world. It Ih nmoiig others, during tho tw '
rllplllfltPil. rnill.l nrnvliln fnnil till Mm thrrn Vna.H llO ilVCd llCrC. H ""
vear nrnund for thn nnSiiilnMnn of l.stcd LUd . - overseas for ill ,
tho clobo. Ilrnzll nutn i'rnw In nunlillllOntllS. bolng IHUStCrcd OUt t"j
profusion that tlioitsnnda of toim of inontlm ago. Ho served wltl W
tliom aro wnntcd ovory year. Ulst dlvlulon.
LUr r LL
Tho national xomedy of Holland for over
200 years; it la an enemy of all pains ro
cultlng from kidney, liver and uric acid
irnnlSfpB. Alt f-trnnrrvfnta ttirnn cItav
j Look for tho name Gold Mecfol on mvtry bos
and ifrrnt no JmiUtion
We have said to you before, why do you in
sist on buying tin cans?
We have a coffee in a sealed air-tight .package
that we guarantee to please you. It's WELL
MAN'S, and only costs you 50c per pound. We
also have a grade of WELLMAN'S bulk coffee
that, we sell at 45c which is unexcelled for cup
ping qualities. Whole or steel cut. Try it.
ME SUNSET GROCERY
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OTHER RECEIPTS NOT NECESSARY
IT is becoming a ciiBtom In tho llusineHs World apt to
roturn rccolptH whou chcclta aro rocel.Ml in v e
of accounts. TIiIh is becnuso (JIiccUh m i homso ivm u
now rncogiilzed n HocoljitB. Tho payee is H'l- be
ondorso a cliock boforo tlio bunk will honor n.
chock is thou utumpod I'AIU find In tlmu Ih icturneu
Lot us Inltjato you Into tlio advantage) f a Checking
Account. ut tho First National Hank.
i-J. It. Itenmes, Picsiacnf.
h. V, Wlllots, Vl(vl'csldcnt.
Leslie Horois, CnMilcr.
A. aCColllov, Ahst. CaHliK-r.
John M. Sloorc, Asst. Cashier.
First National Bank
Murphey's Feed c Seed Store
126 South Sixth St
First Car Has