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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 7, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Saturday, kkiiruary 7, iwe.
"Ttn'y threaten to kill -your
Mr. Mayor, If you don't ccubo
opposition to tho strike!"
AN INTENSE DRAMA OF THE SOCIAL UPhIaVAI WHICH IS NOW
PERMEATING THE WORLD
Man to Man Capitalism Facing Laborism Firit-witl the Naked Weapons
of Greed and Hatred But Later Showing the Way to "Get Together"
in Harmony and Brotherhood
Sunday and Monday
DO YOU WANT SOMI3
In n fow days I nm going to mako
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my annual trip to Hun Kruncisco to
attend tho great fnrnlturo oxposltlon,
that every yvur is hold in that city.,
Gathered at that tlmu in ono great
exhibit arc tho finest tmmples of
furniture, sent by mannfncturcrB
from all pnrta of tho United States.'
Dealers from nil over tho Coast got
to San Francisco for tho purpose of
placing their orders, making their
mtloctlons from these .samples, Just
as- the i dry goods merchant buys his
merchandise. Last year I
with mo special commissions from a
number of people In this city who
wore desirous of procuring somo-
thing cxcluslvo and I was successful
ja wr T f wm w w r 9 4p m Gm
FRANK KEEN AN IN
'THE WORLD AFLAME'
Two Matinees Sunday at 1:30 and 3:30
In securing for them everything they
nuked for. I shall bo glad to carry
1 Hiitillur (ommlBfllons
m-Mw w fcA XA 1
Already several of
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nnvo asKcu uh to ihuko purennses ior
them, nnd If th
who want us to per-
city or county
farm a slmilnr servico for them, wo
shall bo very glud to do so. It Is
an unusual opportunity to get Just
what you want and at prices that
will bo quite satisfactory.
J. J. JOHN8TONE3,
It For tho Johnstono Furniture Co.
Ar jou enumerated?
Ciguncttes for ladies are an eslnb-
ll.hml Inntllntlnn In Knaln. The
Benoros hold them by a. little silver
wro twisted nt ono end into a loop,
through which tho cigarette' Is
o m 4rr&V JFSuJyFMFW- 4
Whose bank account gets credit with
YOUR money. $ , '"
Your money gets;, into the bank
whether you deposit'it or not
If you spend all t. your money the
other fellow banks it.'
We Pay 4 Per Cent on Your Savings
A good way to keep money from slip
ping away is to have a Savings Account
Klamath State Bank
The Daylight Bank t
Corner Sixth and Main"
1 ' M '
BURNING MESSAGE OF
THE MOMENT TO
THOSE WHO WOULD
HAVE MORE AND
IN 6 POWERFUL ACTS
RIJSS COSSACKS TO
i HOI n POMVMTirVNll
HERL1N, Jan. 21. (By Mall),
a- ,.n n..... ,.. . r. ...
l' - "'" v-uB,cao ui SSnCKB
to be held in Moscow beginning Feb-
rury ' announced In a wireless
message from Moscow. The form es
tablished for the elections pi o Ides
for one delegate from every Cossack
regiment, or individual military sec
tion, one delegate from each Cossack
village with less than 5,000 Inhabi
tants, and two delegates from (jach
village with more than 5,000rresld
cnts, , ,
The subjects to be dlscunspd In
clude: The political position oXnSov
i let Russia", the establishment of the
'Soviet regime In Cossack territory,
and' the elections to the Cossaclc sec
Ition of the All-Russlan Soviet
aT v 9 w w rav IF o &
Farm' Bureau Iielift -
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The Potato meeting and tdrting de
monstration held nt the Farmers'
Warehouse, Thursday,1 -vita attended
by about 25 farmers InturUHted In
growing potatoes. Considerable Inter
est l agnln being shown Iri the poral
bllltles of potato growing In, Klamath
County on a commercial scale, C. A.
Hill, Kami Hurcau Committee-man
on Potato production from tho Mt.
I.akl district, orrunged for (he meet
Ing and demonstration, A '.ommlttce
was appointed at thin meeting, con
sisting of C, A, Illll, Hour Seamon
and Ilruco (laddls, for tin purpose
of formulating plans for a permanent
potato growers organisation, founly
Agent Thomas has been asked to get
1 1n communication with other dis
tricts where potato growers organlza
! lions are In successful operation nnd
I have details of these plans ready for
I this committee to consider. The Coin-
mlttcu will meet in tho County
Agents office, Monday, February
I Through tho Farm B,ureau office,
tile Committee pushing tho silo cini-
' palgn, had a questionnaire cnt o-Jt
to si number of Counties where sun
flowers are grown. Some very Inter
esting reports are now being receiv
ed. Tho following is taken from a ro
port from tho County Agent of Wall
'J P. Gllleiplc of Lostlne started
tho feeding season with forty pounds
of alfalfa bay and seven pounds of
m'll feet for each of his twelve dairy
cows About No ember loth, ho op
ened his alio and stopped fcdlng
grain. The cows started oft anting
sunflowers silage at the rate of tveu-
ty pounds per day. Tuey ato only
twenty pounds of alfalfa in addition.
and increased ono quart per day in
milk flow. The first ration cost Mr
Gillespie 75 cents per day but the
sunflower, hay ration cost him only
forty cents per day even If we figure
two ton of silage the same price as
nno in nf hnv mV r.iiinanio , fM,i.
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Ing forty pounds per day per cow
this time and his cream check was
ne.ers0 ood na now. He Is also foed-
,ng h,g eweg on
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2 1-2 pounds per day
, and says he is saving much hay with
them. No 111 results have been ob
tained by Mr. Gillespie and he re
ports his stock in better condition for
ullage another year. He says "I would
like to see a silo on every farm in
Wallowa County. I have kept my' cost
of production down with silage and
my cream check for November, De
cember, and January from twelve
head amounted to $712.'.' A
Are jou enumerated?
The "First Women's Bank In Ten-
nessee" Is the name of an institution " tne nioaern snumes wnei! j..
organized and financed by women of Martin stepped In and upset their
Clarksvllle. Tenn. The 'bank is'cood intentions .-,,-,,
capitalized at J15.000, and will do'
a general banking huslness, with
special reference, however, to the
financial conveniences of women
'DENNY FROM IRELAND'
Showing the life of a real
Irishman in Ireland. Shorty
later comes out west, where
he takes active part in a
Matinee every Saturday and
February 14, 1920
Ten good prizes for best
masks five prizes for
ladies, five prizes for
A good' time is guaran
teed to everybody.
Music by Malin Orches
tra. Proceeds go for the
benefit of the Public
Library of Malin.
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FOR SALE Real Estate
FOIl BALE Six room modern
house. One snuare from navnment.
Wilt accept car as part payment. Dal-
anco term, rnono 107. e-v
FOR 8ALfc 4 room hotisj, large Jot.
Terms or will trad for cows, 7"3
2nd St, 0-7
FOR SALE Oil ItENT One 4 and
one C room house. Call Sunday.
John Vale, 111 IMno St. 6-7
FOR SALE Four-room house, In
good condition, one block from
pavement, $800 cash, or will make
terms Call 286M( or 2228 Eberleln
avenue, Mills Addition after C p. m.
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
FOR HALE Furniture, tllehcA etc.
also 4 canaries with cage. To." 2nd
TTfiT? SAf.p"8 Inni Hot llav C. mllnnl
from town on Spring Lake road.J Ferguson
Phono H. N. Moe. 5-12 , -
FOR SALE 34 tons baled second
cutting alfalfa hay. Address Chas.
Mack, Klamath Falls, R. F. D. No. 1.
Phono 19F33. ' G-7
n a - n - .. -
garbage removed call 52J.
Printing, Stationery and office
supplies. Pioneer Printing and Sta
tionery company. 12C Main St. 9-tf
puqne PEYTON for wood
Demorest, DenMst, over
man's Store. 6th and Main.
WANTED I am desirous of hearing
from persons who, like myself,
would like to learn the Spanish lang-
'"" aAi.fc J cows, l registered present and future correctly, giv
Rhoan Durham bull, 1 horst C. ing names, dates and figures In bua-
M. Reld. Merrill Ore. 5-Uines8, love, law, marriage and dom-
,., , i.iriiTn ;lestlc troubles. Tells you whpt you
MI5CELLANEOU5 jare best adapted for and what to do
I to better your conditions in life.
CITY GARBAGE When you want This lady reads sour hand as yott
at'inarlirftnn if a BiiffiMont rin
.-. rr'l.. ln nnnnlkllf,., y ,,nn..
There Is possibility of securing
be organized. F. R. Soule, phone 88
or 99R; address 128 Second street.
AT THE THEATERS
Joe Martin, the UnUerstl City's
oHnrntoH nrnncr.nutane. has turned
to be a w,cked 0,d ragcal-
Ora Carew and Forrest Stanley,
featured Universal players, are both
known as exponents of the conserva
tive dances: They were doing splen-
didmlsslonary work at Universal
y lo laBe JU5t a """ ul u" ""'
Miss Carew, Forrest htanley,v-aDdj
Charles Clary are starred in Ejtf&J;
""" "" w . - "jfei&Sv
der Suspicion." One day th-3 it-hrse
principal players happened to6cf
the Universal City arena. Joe Martfn
was strutting grandly around'the-lit-tle
park in front of his "palfaV'
"That orang-outang's glide sug
gests a great dance to me," snickered
Stanley. Joe Martin apparently
heard the remark for he added sever
al clever little wiggles to his gait and
demonstrated his version of anative
"Yon and Mr. Stanley try It," s-aid
Clary, "and I'll pass on its - fine
roirts." The daneo w.is so suevss
ful that Miss Caiov and Stanlj have
quite forgotten tho'r dorerninntion
to revive tho old sq'ian dances and
are improving their technique daily
in the ''Joe Mait!n Crawl," ,,
Miss Carew, Stanley and Clary are
co-starred in "Under Suspicion," at
the Liberty tonight.
In Frank Keenan's third produc
tion of his series, made under con
tract with Pnthe , "The World
Aflame," the distinguished nctor
shows most brilliantly in achieve
ment the difference between the art
of the stage and the art of the screen.
In tho photodrama by F. X. James
Mr. Keonan's nom do cinema there
is action, feeling and expression -to
supply fully a spoken drama or a long
length novel. No detail is missed and
it is thl3 quality of completeness in
charactor and setting that makes tho
production notable. In It is em
bodied tho ideals of which Mr. Keen
an spoko when on tho eve of becom
ing an Independent producer. And
ho is confidont that "The World
Aflnmo" will combine Iho attractive
ness of a poworfuly written and n
powerfully acted drama with a ''mos
sago" to ovory wage earner in Amer
ica tho wago earners constitute
moro than ninety por cont of our
adult population. '
"Tho World Aflame" has been
Murphey's Feed & Seed Store
126 Sou Slxk SJ. "fT aim?fT Phone 87
WANTED Olrl for general houge-
work; family of two; good salary.'
Phone 189 or 304) ' 6-tf
WANTED A first class1 finish car
penter C. M. Roid Merrill. 5-7
WANTED Practical nurso desires
engagements. Phone 12F14. 5-10
Middle aged woman wanted by
family of two as cook and housekeep
er. Phono 189. 6-6t
WANTED At omii, a good girl to
assist at the Marshall Houfe, 4-tf
WANTED Furnished hoiis.n or
apartment. E. D. Bishop, Phono
449. 4-7 '
STENOGRAPHER-WANTED - Good
salary. Apply Rcnner & Chastaln,
over Klamath State Dank Uldg.,
Phone 117. 2-tf,
LOST AND FOUND
,LOST Small, oval, blue mosaic pin
Sunday evening. Reward. Mrs. U,
"J MADAM IOINA, Palmist
World OrcntvHt Phrenologist,
I'altnlst nn1 Medium.
Ttnnrlct vntir pntirn llfo -nast.
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would an open book. A reading by
her will meet your highest expecta
tions, and you will be wiser and
happier, after consulting her, she
having the gift of removing all evil
influences and placing you In an en
vironment of happy thought and
contentment. Readings: Sunday and
dally, 9 a. m. to 9:30 p. m. Located,
nt Room 1, Moore Rooming House,
1313 Main St., between Broad and
Spring Streets, one block east of
White Pelican Hotel, Klamath Falls,
Ore. Phone 471. 27-10
The Farm Bureau will offer a pool
order on formaldehyde to be closed
February 20th. Place your order
with Farm Bureau office for your
supply for treating grain and pota
cooked by Manager Poole for a two
day run at the Liberty Theatre, com
mencing on Sunday.
apatcjawrana no:f ajy ,
CLASSIFY FOREST LANDS
IN MONTANA AREA.
MISSOULA, Mont. Feb. 7. Classi
fication of agricultural lands within
the forests, as provided in congress
ionaLJegislation of 1912, has been
completed in this district No. 1, arid -shows-'that
the total area of the dis
trict is 26,645,848 acres., Of this area,
4,164,668 acres are alienated,, leaving
a net area ot 22,482,180 acres of na
tional forest land. The work of classi
fication, an enormous task covering
a period of eight years, was dona
under the direct supervision of C. B.
Swim, assistant at the district head
quarters in the department of land
Of the net area, 22.122.9S7, acres
were permanently classified and se
gregated as being unsuited for "agri
cultural purposes. Left for intensive
classification were 359,193 acres
which were covered in the final sur
vey. Of this total, 42,275, acre3 were
listed for agriculture. The remaining
acreage was classified for forestry
Are j ou enumerated?-
BERLIN, Jan. 21. (By Mail.-)
The aniline organization, comprising
most of the leading German chemical
factories, has doubled its capital
stock, making the total COO, 000,000
marks, in order to build new factories
for the production of nitrneog fertili
zers. It is considered highly prob
able that Germany wll soon be able
to eport instead of import chemical
Fine and Exrlushe Lino for Big
and Little Folks. 5 to 50 cents.
PIONEER PRINTING AND
126 Main Street