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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 6, 1920)
mfc EVENING HERALD, KJAliAftf FALLS, OREGON'
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The Lvehing Herald
E. J. MU1UIAV
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temple of the smo name. Ha cut
to have documentary evidence that'
in 1823, wnon patriotic zeaiots
planned to tnlco torctblo possession
; of Cortes' remains, thoy wero saved
j from violation and wore later .return-..
I oil to their orlslnal resting ulnos
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Published dally, except Sunday, by unwn "" ,,",", w i.
The Herald Publishing Company of H was this sequestration In 1323
Klamath Falls, at' 115 Fourth Street, that caused students to. conduct n
' i search for the hiding place, many
Entered at the postoitlce at Klam-' asserting tt was la Old Spain, and
th Falls. Ore., for transmission thru oUlcra n Naples. Italy.
Tho restlessness which
tho malls as second-class matter.
Tho letter of Mr. R. I, Apptegate.
In Tho Hcrniil ot Afarch 3 sooms to
thjltcnto that thoro are certain vestod
rlcrhtft In nxtstvncn In Klnmntli
"vo! county which novo como Into helm?
n,.w,tn.i., .,,. i.v ,n tn v Hornando Cortes. Spanish coUrtlor, :,..fXh ,h .,, fpftn. , an.,nn
address In the United Stales: ; Now Spain and culminated In tho 0 mol of tbo LC8qu,nombor3. lt
aV Sonth "'so f0-"??!! Moxlco x thfe AV? ls la tho cnso.'lt Is undouhtedly tho
One month . .50 n lM1, ntt ouo of ho most brlU(luty i0f n f M8 t0 wU,u,rnw ,
Member of the Associated 1'rcs. itrSL !' a L ,! u0';' i tha 8tnml piously taken and offer
iparently continued after his death - t,i, . ,. ,. ., ,. ,,
The Associated 1'ress Is exclusively near Seville. Spain. In 1847. Ho siLil r n, i c 1 rv
entitled to tho use tor ropub Icat on , ,.,., , ,. hr,0i nt n mn..l.,irtloIM' of thl coun,r
ot all news dispatches credited to tll in the chnpol of monastoryj y HmjerstmuinK lms been thnt
or not otherwise credited in thls'ncar Sovllle, but in 1BG2, In nccord-iu wa8 .cntroly within tho rights or
paper and also local news published auce with his lll. and by ordoj of; ,te cllUen, noTOr convicted
- ibis son, tho remains wero taken to ai.: , ,,,, ., .i..i -
; All rights ot republication ot spo-Moxlco not tn thn Mrxlrn rllv ot fe,on t0 Protest to tho duly ac-
lal dispatches herein are also te-jM .Ml t0 e Mexico Cit crctUUll ropresoniatlves of his. Sce-
Mmfc .suburb of Coyoacan. Which had bepnjUon , 6nRrcM aBalnst nny pro.
-.'Cortca hcadguartora during .the posal'donattng pTtbll c assets to nv
-tho rtonartery ot.St. Francisco In QnMo wmrtd,Vatlon. This the Legion
'.. , " "";,-' "":vl""", "w,Jin8 aonQ in the cas of tho Donk &
, i Mexican capital, . iX' , ';,.,..:. ,,. .,, ,,,., h,h,, ,,.,
Tho remains were moved again In Ho t,, nnn.i- ....ft.i
18S0. Wl UteiW Uionurch of St.,.Walort, lhi; ttB h&9 b
France Ift M'SfictjC City'. Tho transfer. eal, celled twice "
.Was accoahl5d.byt:c most lavish ;.u mM,; thul tho nctlpn Q,
rellplRu3,.-poiup. qnd certmony 6Tortll8.u l)M test, aSaJus.t tho'
ro oVdcil- in the Country--.Iti 1794 h,.n,,,i;,..w..,. ,.. :. ,'
. r-the remains wpro again" givoh.a aow:. vatr -rtKiiV 'ta all tlm Wriilfla B
-luy r&ting place thS Hospital of JosuS tf.(1-Mi,..'iii wim.ii, i.i,-"--.'.?
..V.l-n.t ..'. t .. . - - . 4 ". V,41W kttMV4l tiJ 1, (,
. it now and cndowcdby Corfes. "Thow waa.,.-,, of t'ho cotfnl ,.
nains ot no period of Intorruptlon until n MV...ni .h kdf i.A-
nenando Cor es. Spanish conqueror crowd of demmatrantln 1S23 wish- woV company) apimnUy ,BB.
ot Mexico have been , finitely od to scatter tho remains as a token ilMea t0 lnis 8urp,ua wilJ nai, ,t
located in tho Temple ot Christ, ono of their Independence, when a-.iecrel. Klanmth dralnao district thtf
.7;.: ,;;'.. j.;.;: ;".,..; '"r:" ?"""'": :.- , Mn!eHr.ru,,yoihonn,ionor..
..1U.. MW .u.w.u .m wMvinut, iL la iu una uosiiuuk or cnurcxi as V' tK- . , .
TCI IF GO
M s f..v 4
S. E. Corner Seventh and Main Streets
3 l 105 ft. x 106 ft. to alley
Buy this at once and save $12,500
" Have very short option "
New buildings, aggregating $140,000, will bo under
construction within 60 days in this .
immediate' vicinity ' ,,
Jfr'Incrensed population nienna increased coal of doing' .
vt - business, and you aro either a victim or . '" - J,
t. . :
Which are you going to be? '
yaitlf you cannot handle all this, coma in on a syndicate v'
: h 17 North Seventh Street ' . . .
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MEXICO CITY. Feb.. S
Mall. After almost ono
years of consistent search
appears that the remains
ffl a wnff r;-M iy' i r?o ra- fa
tho dust of "The Conquistador" and it i, new. that the historic crystal Ta " " """ ""
thn f,.r..,i .-nrmontc i -,!,!. t, , ...,,..., ,-....,. to irrigate by pumping need any
. ...- 0-....., .u M .vu .w .uiiiii. aci-uiuu uy uurs unu uiuiua or
affl.lMW .' IIMl xygjcsu
vas buried, ja said to bo in posses- silver and containing tlio
I WP.AT.HR!hRF.rnRn lit
1 MWI1...M.. ,V. IV
: lloreatter tbo Herald will publish
tho mean and maximum tempera
turcs and precipitation record as tali-
wator thev'can trada with thn "rent
dust of, ,,.,., , i,
Rtnn nt Ssnnro n-mun. .1 1 .... . , .. .....,.. .. vi;iuin,ii. 'l .
Uarra & resident of Paris, and efforts Wuh sold, was deposited, and now BeX? S. w iUB up nn Cn
are beins made to obtain it. The Is believed to await the.return W' f alSVroIo" wlh tho
iey comes to Senora Borneque as a Mexico of tbo golden key Tvith which 1 ..,., '.:".- . , '
Siwr, w y, - ,, lt3 h,d,ng PlaC May b unIbared- itous hero have, by 'dlsllnEulshed ' "n by 'the (j. S. Itodauiutlon eervlcu'S
Newspapers hero have agreed In- , ..,-'. ',... b N,.,tn i.i,iiraitn u-ih Mn, hl
... ..... n. acriLca iviiiit'ri.'u. irmnfHi rprrnin ... v. mw..v..w. .. vu.. ...
mis connection to give absolute!
credence to the testimony of a direct '.
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oescenaant, ot the keeper of the oyer 70,000,000 two-nonnd loaves of ; .,-....,-... ' . I
p.. :v..-.-.-.-V.-,,.UV .... WV ,U
hauling other men a sons to tho train
I services rendered, gained certain "station. Publication . . will cover
- j vested qnasl-iudlclal rights. It may llll' Previous to tbo papor 's Issue, up
i O...SIV vuncij luuvuuuu uutses .. ,..t ,, t v . . ... n .n.n'rlnplt nf flint 'ilnv.
iih inn iir. w. . i. iiiiiiinirririi nnpini-m .- vawaa v
V V 1 rfl A ''VOltU 4W ,
'Hospital of Jesus," an annex to. the 'bread a year.
e A Helpful
ILLUSTRATED WITH COLOR PHOTOGRAPHS
'No wise seed buyer will think ot purchasing his re
nulrements without drat consulting- this book. It tells
positively ot the ?BRT HEKUS FOR TUB WESTV .
Brimful of authentic Information and' containing
over- J00 photo engraving showing actual results from
Lilly's Seeds, lt Is acknowledged to be the' LEADIXCl
VETEB.SEKD CATALOG. ,, '
WRITE FPU YOfH COHY TODAY
The Chas. H. Lilly.Co.
so that they could get Into uniform.
Ha may have bought bcaucoup'
. . I'ro-
Max; MIn. clpltntlon
1. 41 28 .15
2.... 40" 20
"3 45 13 '
i. 48"v 34
5 50; 21 ,
th ... ,.-.,- . - . - mar.
. i.niMrr r .miTiiia nun m n v r. n .-. ...r....
'gone so far is to pay, up (all.tho ln-'aln
'stallments an thorn. ' This, aiid otherUMar'
distinguished sorylces may' have
given him some quasi Judicial rights. i
t don't tenow whether ho did or not, 0rCR(m Tonght fa, Sun(ny
I wasn t here-nolthor were any of fnIr except probftble ra,n , tho
ui, mo ngiuii. i no anen .,w.,., fi.(, ,.i .i.i.
'tods" hxebeeri doing a lot of prat-
Itlb abollt ari "lins'rtpn cnvornniimt:"
"B P"i an -unseen government;'"?:. TJo -vou want a irond Irrltfato.!
The Legion has been putting this ifarm? See Mrs. Nate Otterbein, 527
sort of talk down ns Idle chatter, if Klamath Ayo'., before you buy. 6.
Serves you rlght Club Cafe 6-tf
there is" such an "unseen
ment" as Mr. Annlegate's letter Im
plies,, the Legion would like tt sea. It.lP
Mr. Applegate can hold any onlnlon
OE COURSE .
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. East 'Side' Hardware sells Rope and Nails ;-'
- cheaper than arty one in town, also Shelf
Hardware and Secondhand Goods. I can ' ' "" '
save you money. "" '; i-
. W, H. ROSS, 906 Main Street , . ;
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ho wants to, whether he forms lt
himself or has someone elso do It. Another place to eat will bo added
On what grounds are the Ltfglon and t0 the city's list of, restaurants, wben
Its members denied (he same right? tho Club cafo Is opened to patrons
' ' ' tomorrow at noon. Tho now place Is
BERNARD W. ZOLLMAN. Situated on SIxtri .street between
; "- American Legion. J 'tKlamalh and Main.. and Is under the
J: : - - - '- f .. 4 . T T !,. .
Serves you rlght--Clutr Cafe 6-tf former owner of' the Rex Cafo and
2. ' i manager of the Argraves rooming
! TT ' The keynote- of the new cafo will
- "" AL.uii ,;0 'den,, nnd efficient service, andp
w- v , .. . v.wt,:. . kthVj'patrpns Will have every opportune
i'-R SiSuttoa-camffOBUtothorancH'.1 l ?bseryhow wbllthe sanitary
Tbursdhy In a new Ford. test ,8 mot for tnere W,H be an open
Presley Thomas, who has been Wtchen and the ranges will bo per
quite i'lclc with pneumonia, is now a,od ,n fuH v'ew.? the dlnlnB tabloB-
Improving very nicely. Tno refrigerator Isequippoa with big
The Influenza has nearly all dls- B,,aBS doors' 80 ;tn. tno rooa wul
J-ii appeared In this community. Wo are- -po euy in viewoi me conB.imr
; all hoping-this will be the last vfslt,'trom tho talnute ho makes his choice
we wlirhave of thli disease. unl" " ,s on lno uu"0'
Joseph Sterzl. Who has been feed- Servcs , r,Bhtr-cm.b Cafe 6-tf
ing stock in the Malln country Is
tat home again. He says he expects to BIG. BOOZE EXPORT
Special Sunday .Pinner, $1.00
Cream ot Chicken Julienne
Ripe Olives Dill Pickles
SALAD ' j -
Hea'd Lettuce, Thousand Island Dressing . ,
.!. . Fried Salmon Parsley Butter v
:, . . - Choice of '..-
.tStuffed Roast Suckling Pig,. Apple Sauco rp,.
n.r Fricassee of Chicken with Needles ",'?'.
.$- '-''. - ' VEGETABLES ' "
"k,iX Creamed Peas Mashed Potatoes '
'f-A'A, " , " Cholco of ' r
;':' ' Jlaplo Cream Pudding
ifo i - "ilot Mipco or i'umpkin Plo
Have you. looked oyer our Hats? If not, you
should do so before nurchasincr. The wide vanetv:
of 'shapes and ti-iminings of flowers, fruits and :
foliage offers' the greatest possible choice St prices t;;
that will meet your purse more than halfway. ' . ' ; '
,"' Hat Linings, ISc ',-;
' , Straw Braid ISc per yardj t'- i&iP'
'V" ' - I AM MADTIM'C -..J&aL.
M.-. Ill 111 m. I V ji!l T
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sv W m m m -
419 Main Street
Klamath Falls. Oregon
LONDON, Feb. 22. (By Mall),
A Canadian Industrial exhibition Is
to be' held 'in the Agricultural Hall,
Islington, in j Juno. Most ot tho floor
space has, nleajly bocnallottcd und
mo exniDita win comprise grain, ele
vators, separators, wood working
machinery, .tractors,. , ready-mado
houses and furs.
In the .article which appoared. In.
yesterday's Herald, stating that" 'tbo-'
Saddle Mountain Lumber Company
had oponcd offices In this city,, a
.mlstako was made in including tho
Slemens-DuFault timber. Nonoof tho
timber jn this tract enters intbthe
operations ot this company. .. '
BEFORE THE, DROUGHT
farm spme tule land this year.
, The faj-mers of this valley are
making a ypry persistent attack on WASHINGTON.- Mar. 6. Amer-
the Jack rabbits. When poison failed jca's last year of export trade. In al-
them, they pooled their money and cohbllc beverages", before the advent
purchased netting, and are now mak-'of prohibition resulted In an increase
lng three1 drives each week, having '0f nearly flO.OOOjOOO In the, valuo
killed In a little less than two weeks '0( spirits, wines and liquors shipped
about 2,000 rabbits. Tho next drive 'out of"tne country In 1919 compared
win do neia ai one ociock Bunaayiwith 1918. according to foreign
.on th6 Wm Uhrman place, four miles trade reports issued by the Depart-
nortneast or uairy. ment of Commerce, ,
J. A.NaII, who accldently sprain- D'urjng 1919 a 'total of 48,465,
edhlr ankle at the rabbit drive last 851 KaUoBB ot SD,rltB, wlne8 and lla-
flunday-Is getting along very nicely ;uor8 Valued at 19".440.484 wero ex-
and expects to be able to drive rob-1 orted aKain8t 21.242. 220 gallons
bits again soon, -Jnr-tA.Ann.enn in ni. whiifv wn
Ve, are. glad to note the continued (ne.hfcaviest Item of alcoholic oxports
interest, and cooperation that nil are :for, t'e yeaFi Jg42;9-36 Bal)ona ;ot
Hbowlng-,In the rabbit drive work,.1
bourbon valued nt- 1,560,604 and
' y?fc; .',
V a ( 1, I n n ' la on nnMiinnttlA ntiil nf .
"""""S " "" "''' ." "in At KKM vnllnni nf'nn nt 1 1 1 a 7rNl
XI good resultsas a co-operation among ,.l, ....
j "" V ii i ... . . . lUeiiiB oxiiurieu.
Tji;ujiiejoi, u tuiiniiumi. loin iiiuusiri
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m JEWEL CAFE
610 MAIN ST;
i.l a)ly , find socially, and wo aro hoping
a this .YjU be.(b.o first ot many good)
i thjiigsaccprnplishfid by such work
.f i. Jn .tbly. community
7,. i. '' I "V:T.:4fJSTv . . - Si Boo1 Mro. Nnje
tHH"M44''"?''H"K- Ave.for it
THE CLUB CAFE
Will open at 12 o'clock Sunday, March 7.
The management bids you welcome.! v "a i ! ,;, J c
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Shark oil Is used for lighting pur
poses iV many parts of -f tho 'tyest i
Indies,. . a, ''!.;
ro 'uhandsnmo wago for a.dny's.work in
n .Tnirolnnd. ' ,
Beauty is only skin deep, but quality goes J ; :
clear through. We have cbmbined quality and il
red hot super-service at the right prices..
125 South Sixth Street -
-,:' Between Maiij and Klamath 1;
J- v -w J; R," Hershberger,' Prop;
salt Is.-cohsldereiUijifcvtf jk --,.
rr- r , v
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