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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 14, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, JCLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
WKDNKHDAV, .TAXUAUY. Jl 10130,
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
When Winston Churchill, the Secre
tary of War m England, became inter
ested in the British "Campaign for
Economy," ho indorsed it with tnio sin
cerity. .Because 'of that ho recom
mended the Ford abovo the larger cars.
Then why cannot you use this c.r for
at country such as this, where economy
and service are one?
If you. intend to purchase a Ford
this cpring, you will have to place the
order now to assure delivery then.
DANNER-PATTY MOTOR CO.
Sixth Street, Klamath Falls, Ore.'
.' fftumi'Hguiji."xm..iM i1 in i in fi
MISSOULA, Montana, Jni
Tiiu wlrulMH tolophonor.n a result of,-"'0 " spniin.. ioniDnn, unu an-, Af(or Illimoroua expwlmonto, " a m-ipniior or wouni mice, .as
a season, ttyout. dur.n, which, the j- er 1 o. Idjho. ,70' dry batteries In series, were em- XX
handlciips of "pticlclnB" Instruments, """ " n'r. " l0 ,,l8lanco uo- ployed to furnish the renulte pnw-1 onk(,, T,e f,c, mt le ex,,0sloii
over n thlrty-mllo mountainous trail. lw"u" "" '"" '- '" " ei- Gasoline engines, windmills, or, ,vn8 ,lwir,, ln s..uth,ArHerIea.' while It
tho perils of pnsshiK through a for-. '" M l" Btnco y trnl la Ul "' lyjiroiw fo'ms of Tjydro-dlcctr'c now-, wns not beard qt distances of yo miles,
est fire, and numerous other tcstB
woro npplfed. has been pronouncodn
u.m.. fr fo-.r ..,.i. ...n.i.- i,' ,,f. '
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..c.1,,.0. u.uBur,c0. Bworaipn ip nu
nnnnuncnniGiii irniii fiiAiricr . nnnn- '
from district ftoatl-
Hereafter, tho nnnouncomeilt says,
ry'It is the, best paying class of advertising in
have something to sell that belongs among little
:.-.. ,'.m v JUST TRY IT ONCE ,
""' If you have something in your attic, !your ;basement, your
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spareroorn,-ypur, arn;around you anywherei that ypu yant-to.
sell, try The. Herald classified ads and youwill find a buyer.
' i ,. a, f vAdvertisef or itytryuigT;he (Herald's classified ads. Some-
- one has something for sale that -you want rHLet The Herald find
it for, y($$vt It ctosts ou but a-few cents a to., , v. P,;;t . i
n " Classified ads cost-you 5 cents a line a dayT-rfive words to'lthe
' '-!""'' line. TheymuBtbeipaid for in advance and cannot be received
,; "over the telephone that is,why they'are so cheap.
'to jo fi part of tlio standard om
1 .Li. m..-LmT " H
"imont of tho forcut service.
mont oftho format service
1 At tiiu infection or wnief Forester
! Wllllum S. 0 ravel; tests of thin plan
or communication wuro initlutod In
this district lost Benson by H. 1). Ait
' itmn, telephone citRlndcr, Who was
n&tlstcd hy lOvorctt Cutting, United
jdlaftas nlKnnl cdrps standard sots
Wo ro selected for tlio cxpoilmout, nud
one wan placed In position, after n
mdat inlennlnahlo difficulties, at tho'KOlg t u docTnred, Was tho troublnl
'Mu(l .Crcok rm,Gcr lnUon' I,car Ulo,cxpoilencort In oht.iinlns Efficient;
',,eB ,nuc" ol ' uosi impassiuio c
ovon WIUl lmcl nnlmalB- At l8, UtiWm
WT.' txttOT mishaps thnt Included ,
nack horses off the trail. Packs dls-l
v.iiff . ,,,
isldos, and .butteries nnd equipment
all but lost, the antennae were hung'
h,8J on "'"vonjont Plnea
'.Tho sets. wore used
WHAT IS IT?
C uUii.n'i xrt
mk e cl ' ' v ufoco- t' ,
fit a nonson of 1910 In reporting" fires
nd othorwlso in tlio carrying on of
tlm flto cainpalgn with eminently
cathfactnry resiiUs," says llio latent
CfJ vlcti aralemont.
Tlio real test oiiio during tho do-
sliuctlvi' f6rct fires In the Cknrwrtl
it for&n In northern ldnu- , '.
, "Ovor 00. nillca of ordinary Inly-
rimno lino was destroyed," tho nlalW06' M? Mo",fc" b ihLe ,nd''"r'
went saya. "Tho troos from whlosP- tn" Which Ho Goes Abou.t His
tlu wlro wns iiiispcndod woro burn,-,
I'd Toloplionr coinmun uatlon wiist
tluia ondt'd and tho efficiency of Iho
flic flplitlnif oiRnnlzaltihi correspond
I'lKly reduced H took over a wouk
(o rostoro ttilrf communication."
In niStkod contrust was the offv.t
of fires swooning "car wireless t.i
lions. Willi tho flames dangerously
nenr tho Heaver Jtldgo statlor,'.ho
tporator promptly transferred t(ho en
tiro equipment to n. hastily 'oiutruct
cd log raft which ho put nfjoa. otr'ii
nonrhy lsko, navigated ion mtp J la'--tciifo
from Shore and awaited tho
.truing of tjiq flro. After tho front
li'rd nsod ho returned toshor-iioi
up Iilb o'tMlluiipntbiKl within nn'hour5,
wns making n report of tho cnujiof;
tio Jntgrrnptlmi to communication
VbfIe tho sending rniilujof 0m
BL'ts.usod wan not grnt, tho .receiving!
power' was practically 'unlimited, .tjioj
r.'.ntcmcnt says, and wireless tela-;
er.iiih liiessnKCH from many dlstpnt
. ...'. i... . .. ..:....-. ii''?
pnis wore pichoo ..c, "i.'J', ?,,,, wll0 d , imnw where Vesuvius
l'ncr nidca ataiion,.wns no. .xijii
Pined in tlm Inter-tiiounlfilnti'rtHory,
ll Is staled, to know (bat .Admiral
Itodnmn's flaflili had itrely pass-
d throuph the I'nnnma canal. '1I!0
foi.cst eervlco olworvor, Jthorn In j'jp)
'mountain wilder; plcko.l ur. tho.
navnl radjo mcssBso,anno)hclr(K.that
Fqutpmont of tho
(trtlloiH necessarily wa.s rnthcr crude,
In some respects, Field tents, with' mine uhether the loss nf life was We
Iterosono lanterns for lllumlnatfon a'. V' or .'100.000. The Krakatoa-.erup-nliUit,
afforded tho only protection .'oti. which took plaee In 1$SH on the
3Sn)nst tho hot sun nnd tho some-l j51""',1" " '"', ,r,,r ,fr '"" U Knlut f
., , ,. . , , , ,. .. ., ploilotn hn hi't;n studied for years by
times hotter wind, hearInBjlhq breath telettt,nK hu, 1lt, fnc, ,, aom pur.
o' tho forqst fires. ,j ,l)!( wre hn,t., S nn 1nfonicaticntral
Tbn chlot practical difficulty an- .detail. The Krnknton explosion "Is -not
countered lnjtho operation of the;
dcvclopinent uro possibilities. In
thla connoctlqn. it Is asserted, depend
,n . nn iOCnl eondltlon,. "I
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In,n llfetlmo of seyenty years tna
Hood driven by a nian'.heart travels:
42i2,OO0n.lJes.. hv.'". " r1 '
v. .f .
the world if you
ads-that you find
EYOHO PUHY MAN
Before Volcanic Eruptions Ho
Business After the Disasters
, Vmhr no circumstances, docs man I
Miow to li'fH mlviintngc I linn when
n volrnrio sbrulH forth Its torrents. As i
ii llKun of spwch, tnnn niny consider
himself to ho n puny creature, hut his
working opinion of hluixetf Is by no
tiuaus so simill. In Java the en'rlli .
irrnniicil. and 15,000 people were wiped
out nf existence like ho tunny ants.
1'erliiipn only 10.00O were killed J per- .
haps It wim 'JO.(KK). No one vlll ever
know; no one will ever he concerned
In (liu nintter beyond the desire to nr
five at n reasonable suess ns to the
loss lif life. It will always he a vnKiip
(ltiestlmi, to he discussed In round
numbers. The Javanese who perished
were Indeed' puny creatures, , whose
memory win he nothing 'more than n
As far hack as man litis a history
there are detnlls of lolcflnlc eruption
ito testify to the haphazard, unwrtrk
ttinnllkb filflilon In which this world
of ours was made. loiiipeII"and Uer-
(rilaneiim nru household words, to pen-
- ,,,,,, ,,, Sml)ln wWc, lvuM (n.
sllf(N, wJt, iell) twlult t0 lllVe es
criped literary notice, Uetwerh Ve-
nvlus and I'elee there are few who i
nave any Kiiowieuse or ine vnicanie
cntntrnphw Hint have suddenly over-
"' ,(" P'.""3 ' "";'"W
Mesxlnn t:il lingers vnKue Iii.thd-pub-
lie nCnd. and Pelee. .by reason., of -.Its
comparatively close proximity, enn be
ie(-illeil. illbmif:b one must ordlnitrliy
consult books of refereucc to deter-'
remembered because It caused P.0,000
but beenm-e It occasioned some
puzzling ntino..pherlc phenomena. Sou.
Is fiinildered of much moro Impor-
""'. Soitfrlere. It may be recalled,
,v,,s ' ?riiHlon at the same time as
Mount Pelee. but on this occasion it
Willed' less tlum 1.500 persons. Per-
Imps for this reason It Is never moa
Itpfore the volcano man s
,',s, m"' ,,e recopdzes this
; fact by his
I Indifference. He buries his dead and
rocs about his business. As ln the
, ense of 'the Messlnn disaster, he only
waits for the ground to cool, when he
goes to. work linpertwrhably rajslng his
crops on Jhe "dangerous mountainside.
In the meantime he tries to cvntlfy his ,
taste.for .Info.rinntlori by studying vol-
canoes, but without any hope of being ;
uble to protect himself.
fjorman. King. - 4
The. names of the earlv dnkea of
Nornjupiiy. as .wplj as theti; ,fam)ly
h'lrtory. are.Tfnowri but very dimly: L
and It may be ns 'vell that It should
Ve'sbT for 'their descent rdoes hofseem
in have been us orthodox as 'It( infght.
Be that as It may. the dukes, appear, j
In such reliable annals of their time?
as we possess under their Christlnn ,
nnines only, '
,'3;iu)8f.'Y.IIIInm I of, England (Wll
(tain II of Normandy) was ttie lllealtl I
mate son of his 'p'redescessor, Robert t
(he'Dcvli; and of'ti young woman of'
Fnlnlse, a tanner's daughter named j
Arietta, or (as some ,'sny) Herleya.
The,JIrth record?, of Robert's prede-!
cessors. Richard the Good. Rle'lmrd
,the lF.enrIe?s. and William Long-Sword,
were .equally fmlrched; and of' tlie
pnrentnge of Raoul or Roll'a (christ
ened "Robert"), the first duke of Nor
mandy of whom we have any histor
ical knowledge. We have uo data what
ever, , .
, . ,Neat.P,lcture, Framing.
ft $(ivti ,vour(ownpIctiire'frnmln!r, vi
ftrst of nil be sure Unit the glass Is . L
Immnenlritely.'c'lea'n next' to the P'c-'
tiire". The'n"nVxt to the picture" lay' a
piece of paper; then a layer '6f card
. board, and weight It1 While you .drive
j In, the tiny ju-)sftq the.,sldes qfJdje
i;rame. xnj-amsuoptDeiaiu on
done, and against something hard
while the naTKfi'dWVeh-ln.t. Whfn
Jhptct.ureu rjlf,cJ)ajrfe a piece of
M)eavy'pape"r.rover''tnerback of the en
tire frame, and Insert screw-eyes to
hojd,. the picture wire, or, cordv Plc
tures are 'always hung now, flat on
ilW''8tumi "Worth" Mllleni.V"
Minnesota potentiaUy.are.worth. about
Sffi W$ 'Mvsj
"Distillation of pine stumps' Isaj
problem of recent developtnent," he!
'aid. "ItJadonej to. secure ivarloiia In-
. gredlenta of.4greaJ commercjal. yajue. ,
jqjcpflnjent inve(lprpvejri pinQ. stumps,
'Micpt-oxer riorihern 'Mfnnesot'ljfnds
'are cjfce'ptlpnnjly' rifh In rqs'lpsAandi
.jidnpted to1 the manufacture of turpen-
Hne, pine tu'r, pine creosote, pine.' oil
,nndvelmllar products. A .company Is
beinn; formed to establish n plant .In "
Marble & Granite Works
iota MAIN' KT.
4 (It Main H(.
O. K. Lunch
Formerly at 40 Main St,
IIomc-Mfldo Pics and Cakes.
Cold Stents & Lunch Good.
Ico Cream and Fruits.
Wo handle tho Harley-Davldson
Motorcycles and Dlcyclcs Exclus
lTely.'AIso buy, sell and exchanfre'
nil otner Makes.. Pennsylvania
and Diamond Tires and Tubes.
C. E. BISMARK
IIS S. tb St. Klamath Fall
' t We open store every Tuesday qnd
Friday from 10:00 a. m. to 4200 p. m.
Mnnv nra ttirt trnnA ffilnfB tVA rft'n
l8h0w. A dollar saved Is a dollar earn-
p.dt In buying good thugs cheap as
you may learn, you will never be. In
debt and have to skip.lt you buy your
goods from .' ' '"
t LUCKY 'DIOK' CO. ' ,
201 Klamath Ave. 'Cornor otfcthist
,Let your Glass Troubles ,be My
- Troubles. , ,
Reglazlng dono In any part
of the city
E. O. STTJCKY.
. Carpenter & Cabinetmaker
Phone 477W 1024 Main.
.1. C. CLEGHORN
. Civil KnKlnccr and purveyor
Office 51? Main St.
Phenes: Office 100, Res. 102J'
O. K. FEED & SALE
Under new manage
ment Best care taken of all
stock placed in our
b'Srn. ' Horses, harness t
'and wagons' bought, '
sold and exchanged.
Dr. E.-G. Wiecarvr i
Dr. P. M. Noel
' .Or ev Underwood's
SevCBtb' and Mala Street
Hair Dressing.. .Shiunpoolng,
Man Ictti-fngr Face" "Massage
ltrApts.v55th and "Walnut
106 Main Street Phone 457 '
-. l . PVK
; A. MywiSPH
i jFor Your Favorite
Furniture ' ''
Phoike 176J 10 Mam St
Wwren Hmt Hospital Pharmacy
h ".i". 4 ."- Open
Foiirth Vncl Plhe tet.
XAXiVWW'''"!'' mmm .
Loom In IJI(1., KIiiiiiRtli Falls
f "' DIt. O. A. ItAMUO
L O. O. IK Ilullding
Now Open for
Mrs. Rosa McDanicli,
301 High St Phone 455
'OfI!ce,.Pliono -177W Res 17.7R
Drf HI D. Lloyd Steward
Physician and Surgeon'
Klamath', Tails' Oregbn
DR. F. JR. GODDARD, . j
Ostcopntiblc Physiciaa-A 8urKeo
Bultn all, I. 0. O. F. Tempi
(over K, K. K,. Store)
Vp?o only Osteopathic, PLyali
t-; E. D..LTAMB
Rooms 4, and 5
P1iobcJ7V. -, ., ,...m- . '.
(Over Gun Store)'
Pliysitian nnd Surgeon
Office, White BIdg!
MEDICINE AND SUBGEBT
206 I. O. O.
Sarcessnr to Dr. Tnuix
Bull 20. I., O. O. F. Bide
Office phone 86J
Res Phone 8M
Phenes: r151j; Offlcev,
r."r Residence 1009 Main
. i i
n ; -afcio"-n o- nl
saw MTLii EgqnRnro,,
i CONSTBWtTlOHaJili. ,TJ
era "Saw MiDs; PlaBlBgT MUla,1 Be:
Plant. Complete ptaBttrcoBtraet
ed. Appraisals and reporta mad.
Dredging, w,We contract to build
any class ota baUdlng and iastaU
machinery ol oay klud. .
Drafting of any kind dose. Blae
PrtaUjaaUe; ' PHONE 1491
OBicf ba D.;BaUdlBg "
We Do AU Ktadaof Sprtag RepalH
UigNew pa MM. " w
i Blacksmkhlng l
Phone aw-ir bit-w"" " 4
... - ' .i ,' . -.' .ii.ir.w . I
j.,Iium JUU.AJ ' u It, UMlA J 4
I am now-rprepareaiUtOtrturBiaa
fihasta-. Sand fromvtbevHoeyXatiJ
sand and gravel pit, In any. quantity
that may be-desired by contractor?,
,.. t,ii t
C1TV AD 'OOVTV AB8TRA
ARTWGTR R WILBOK
the northern part or tne state,"
In the Hospital ,