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THE EVENING HERALDi
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
I i. -
The Evening Herald
P. R. BOULK....n(lleor and Publisher
If. B. HIMi City Editor
Published dally except Sunday, by
rho Herald Publishing Company of
Klamath Falls, ut 110 Eighth Street.
Outbursts of Everett True By Condon
Entered nt fh poslnfflce At Klam
ith Falls. Ore , for transmission
through thu mnll; ns socoml-clois
MKMUEft OF TUB ASSOCIATED
Tim Associal nl rrcss U exclusive
ly entitled lo tho iim for publics.-
Ion of all tic tn dispatches credited I
lo It, n- not otherwise credited In J
this jiap r, nml nlso tho locnl now's
published hi. oln.
THIIIISDA, I'KIIIU'.IHV 1(1, 1l!
I .THE TIME'S HERE 1 !
I N'I. USS tmfnrerecn obstacles
KJ nrlso tho U"-r ot opportunity j
will swing wide for Xlamiitli this!
reason. Lumber operators are took-i
Ing forward to a year nt great ac-'
tlvlty, with probably tho urcati'U '
payroll tho coun" hnn evci known,
nud certainly Villi the largest num
ber of wbito came engaged In !
keeping tho money iclni.i In mills
mill factories In circulation. I
Lumbering actluty will give the)
farmers rcplte, and when tt ag-'
ruculturnl Industry U adjusted to n I
new basis of product -n, as It wtll
bo by 192 J, thlj particular pirt of i
tho We ' will bo leading all others
In the race, for development of Its
Tho ilanglng hnmmrrs of Indus
try will sound -i far-flung call to
attract now settlers and new indus
tries to Klamath. j
Tho K.imsth c. untry, because of
Its vast undcvclopii wealth. Is at
tracting widespread attention.
Without any extraordinary attempt
to gain publicity, tho Chamber ot
Commerce Is in receipt ot letters
from all parts of the United Stites
and Canada, seeking detailed in
formation. Tho tales ot this new
land havo been spread by letters,
nowepnpera and word ot mouth un
til we aro widely advertised.
It needs hut llttlo constructive
work on this foundation to start an
Influx of Immlgratliu.
T3fHW2- HOttC SONG.
(rew Tt.vj3x;"ti s
X "svj ti.es c 'ST.cri-'
THIS MOPNINQ. ?
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& -VSIUtT MXJ PLSV SOMP
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DO YOU REMEMBER
When Judge ,, li. la-utltt wile tln ClilhlorV lmy 4.iNir-old In tho
When Dr. llctiti'iiMiii viiih the only ptijilcliiu In Mnkxlllo nnil liliiiiuitli
When the Miit tin I lour mill ui opt'i'iitcil on I. Ink rltcrV
' Who'll nil thou' of l,tukllti iim lift wren IVnlei- stii mill tin)
I When the limit liou-o n In tlio eitMrrl) mi(Ioii of tlio old Link
lllt lintel, on (lit lti of tlu liUc-lilo Inn'.'
lilt! nuri ngiiltiM White Stoiklniu nnil 1 .1(1 If Hello'.'
I Wliru Holt rntuirtt nnil .1. li. Iliuiko, iu loiuil) lOimul-'.lonrlN, nsN.
oil hy .Mm Kltilii'n, puriluiM-il pint of lllink !1A for it mini lioni llo','
school superintendent, on TiHMdiiy
passed through Merrill on her ay
to Mjilln to visit the schoolr thoro
' A number of Merrill pooplo ill
tended the luncheon ut the t'hiim
I her ot Oomuierro nt tlio tlnio tho
j bond lsue wad dleuiod. Thy fol
, lowing attended front Merrill: Mr.
.itul Mrs. (leo. J Walton, It. II. An
derson. J. 11. and Chester lliisklnn.
J. It. Ilobbs. Fred Htukel and F. ('.
Miss Itoo n'aylor U out of school
on account ot slckncn.
Thursday night there was n do
bito between the Klamath Falls
high school and Merrill. Tho neg.i
tlvo sldo from KLiiiuith Falls
"nusr or oiToim'xrrv
AT Till: NTIt.WII TONHilll'
J Wiirrou Kerrigan, star of ninny
roiiiiiiHTi, Ih soon tn iiihnntimo In
"The t'oiist of Oppoitunlty." a W
W HodkliiM it enrporiitloii rolonio.
nil loll lioglim it two dti it' run at
tho tttr.iud toduy.
"The t'o.ist of Oppnrtunlt)" Is
tho story of Dick llrlstow. n imiiih
mining ouniiioor. ulio haM hoeu loft
a eoppor rltilm In Moxli-o wlileli
Julian Mnrr. ii ruilroiul iiiiignuto
owultiK land .idJolnliiK llrlstow's
claim, attempts to uct from liliu
How Mnrr'n niece, p.irt owiwr of
llvoir ilnv at tho Hex. 2fc illnnor
fiiiui II to ii. 'f'-11'-
H.l,i:MAN WANTED- A Iho ivlrn
wanted fur Kliimiilh couiily, by nu
old lino life to, llhernl roiitrnct, V.
porloni'n uimori'ssniy. Addrosa T .1.
Wolih. tlon Al Henil, Oin II2
... k !... !. . I. I.J ..a.t IlliMliillllil
WANTIH) lMali. H'ttltiK. e hi droits "'''. '!, ' ,.,.,. ., .....:
''" Kpoclall). lull iw 1 1,,',;,,,. ,.n (M-,.io.l lot on nmiillily
, . ' puttticiiK ,Mut nppriilso nt Ml.Oiin,
.ililH i:orno, ciioo iienini. u
While Loghiitn hahy chicks 1'iirn
Tunernl slrilln Males fioiu hint llh
221 to STiS egg, t'lntihtr. Henry
F.irutt. fornlng. fallf. I "
FOIl HUNT- Fitriilshod apt . Mrs O
IV) ton. I'IioiikJiIHI II I"
HOAim AND HOO.M- H per oek
313 N Olh Phono 7.'Ht 13-IS
l.cmiiu Hull, cor Kill H High, well
suited for select parlies, will ho rent
oil at nominal prlios. Apply In M.
Motschoiibarlior, I'iiuno fifiUW, or on
Whllo I.eKliorn, Harron Tuiicrod
HHuln. friiiu our own slock of proven
merit I'or luo m '"' tst, hjjmi.
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II you nnui in son it, 11117 hi !"" 1 -- ..,..,. ... ,.. ,.., M,,.,,,.,,,!
... or find It. try a Herald "gi;?1,,:,"
FO.t 8AI.K- IMk. and brood sos.lITAM 'UMtZ
anil s.iildl.t noiiv I tulles oast of I eek. Urge. ell II .hied li ill iy.
...11...... ,,i it 1' lllllWOr IS US ,- Wlllior liiion
l l.l Mill! 11 ! 11 11.1 mi tiii'in- iiiinr . - 11 .. .1 t r Vl'nr.l Urr
,.,,.,. II Hi 1 Central Hotel. J r want. .Mgr.
Tho ator Is warm and nice nnrin NaHon.il Hank of Mai. nl. I alls. (
ilrosMtig roiiuu at tho Natatorlum Kim. n r after "'" '; f
foma ami l..irii In nlm. J3 F2S .ll.i.l In.oio.t on '' ' ''" " ' '
. lioioin iliuiuoriitoil will cease nil tlio
it.w nut sai.i:
About 27 tons alfalla at t' on.
is In til I I Ititta 111 1 siil rvti .ill I .1 1 fulfil
1. . 1 1 ... ,, . . . . ... . 1 ! .. s j
1 no 1.11111. iiiiih iirisuiw ill ins llKlii,t $, tin. ami ahotlt I. lull' no ha
Ut tin) of Match !!!
HI IS 21 2'. 2t
MMici: or 110M1 iii:iii:mi'1Hn
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... ... . . ' i - Viiiik.i is iinriiin utii'ii lthii iiiiinn
camit to .Merrill ami tlio .Merrill 1 against Hut luiignuto. und they win. Mil I . or will sell all at I r. on 11 " " ..,,,.. ," .,, ,., ..,,...,
negative went to Klam.ith Falls. J not only the fight but o.iclt other i'"" ,'"'" '"J1' ,.,.,,l.!',,rV",J),,'n" 1,.'"1"," u'rv foMh'o "oiiompiii n of bond, iium
llolf lleertton and Marlon King rep- forms 11 hlghl oniert.ilnlng plot j ''"'' """"' '''' M;l" Hl '- l; 1, 1 s. j. o. 1 1. 12. l.l. 1 1. I&. of
News From the Country
Honanin wen honors In tbo debat
ing contest with Henley last Thurs
day night. Thi subject of debute was,
reselved: That (he United States
should maintain a navy eQual in sire
and strength to any other nation.
Gladys Kllgoro and Elsie Rucck,
for the negative, went to Henley nud
Lynn Hortou and Clarence Welsh
Tho hasp ot opportunity's door Is for the affirmative met with the
rijscd, and already the portal is
alar. Hy combined effort we can
x.jUc- It to wlnt mora rapidly, per
other Henley team here.
The girl won all three decisions
at Henley andrthe-boyj-won here.
haps, but thcro Is nothing that We J making four points for Unnanza In
can do to utterly close It. It will the contest.
open in splto of 'all our efforts, but j '
It will open m're quickly if we do
not opposo cur paltry strength from
within against the mighty forces
that aro working without.
AMERICAN "PEP" IS
BLAMED FOR BERLIN
nERLI.V, F'b. 1. Tho fact that
street ucclcVnU In Hcrlln huvo In
creased 000 percent tlncu 1'JlS bus
led to 1.1 13 suggestion thnt one of the
causes may La th apparent effort to
put Ameri nn "pep" Into the city's
ovoryday Mo, One newspaper writer
asserts Uori'ier havo become too
busy to greo frlunds In passing, that
tho spirit of hustle Ih distributing
tho general routine, and that the citi
zens on tho wholo aro growing nerv
ous. IIo dop'ecater "the nttcmK to
mako Herlln street life look llko Forty-Second
Street c I Uroadwny."
Official ropor' sny most ot the ac
clilcnts are Ouo to spending automo
biles and carolers pcdestrliiii". ' who
step off Iho side nlks und urulk. the
oiico looklnc to sco If they aro In the;
way of vehicular traffic."
Thera Is no ordlnanro reguhitlng
pedestrlun traffic. Even nt tho mere
crowded Intersection th pcopl' cros
tho htrccts ut. will, taking their I
rliiinrnit u'llti On, niltn tnlillpii. slrnl '
DOfllllS, Cal., Feb. 13. A. A. Sa
vllle. travelling agent of the traffic
department of the Southern Pacific
! cC'ritianv. was In Dorrln yesterday vis
iting the local agent and 'discussing
rates with local business men. Mr.
tSavllle Is from Susrarnento
,.JIr. and Mrs. William G. Hagel
stein, who spent the week-end at the
Hagclsteln ranch at Algoma, return
ed here an yustorday morning's train
Glenn Muni ford, son of W. I. Mum-
ford, who has been seriously 111 ut
the home of the fanlly In Dorrls, Is
reported to bo recovering. He Isguur
antlned tar scarlet favor. His younger
brother. Eddie, Is also 111 with the
Ir. K. II. (ioble, oculist from
Klamath Falls, spent Sunday iu Dor
rls making eyo tests and fitting
Lawrence Kerwln, twelve year-old
son ot .Mm. .Mnrgaret Kerwln. suffer-1
cd a painful accident Saturday even
ing when 11 playmate threw a light
ed match arrldently striking him In!
Sewing Judging Thelma Lewis,
' Lorraine Ileaslev
Song "We Came to the Feast
ItecltaJ Ion "Health" Ily Pauline
Dialogue "February Famous Men."
Song "rep' School.
The Cooking clut held a bus!-
I Miss Cowglll gave a short addre-u
I and presented Mls Dolan with a
j button. .
Frank Sexton gavu n short talk
I on Farm llurwiu Work.
II. II. Wilcox talked on good roads
Wilbur Eastwood surprised his
friends and neighbors by bringing
home a brldo a few days ago.
A fov friends gave Mrs. Klger a
surprise birthday party Wednesday,
February S. Thoo present were
.Mrs. J. It Kllloll. Mil .Vnr.i rtn.rl.1
son, Mrs. Glenn, Mack Glenn, S. K.
Enman and wife. Mrs. H. Scmon
und children. .Mrs. J. B. Enman and
R. W. Enman. and Mr. and Mrs.
Klfer and Audrey -Klgcr.
Rolf Gocrtson went to Klamath
Falls on th Merrill high school-debating
team Thursday night.
Mr and Mrs. Sexton, Miss Cow
glll. state club leader, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank liryuut. Clyde llradloy and
Mr. Wilcox came out frum Klamath
Falls to the picnic Sunday.
A nine-pound daughter was horn
tn Mr. and Mrs. F. Slgford, Thurs
day. February 10. Mrs. S. C. East
wood Is taking cure of mother und
risonted Merrill In Klamath Falls.
j Alle.ut .Murray. Nor.ih Harry and
1 Mini Yoang also went to Klamath
I Falls. Hcalrlco Walton and Geneva
j Glenn wore tho Merrill debaters In
(Merrill. Klamath Fulls 'won In
both pi ires.
I The last basketball game of the
season was played In Klamath Falls
1 Friday, Ilrtianza and the Agency
playing for tho cup. llonatua re
ceived the cup. A game was also
played between Merrill and Klam
ath Falls. This wag won by Klam
Mrs. Earl Whistler has been sick
tho lost week.
Miss Olive J. CurU'ton ot Klam
ath Falls has been visiting Iu Mer
rill the last week.
The supporting out M oxrollent
headed by Frltxl llrunotte. whose
Morloit II fir I 'Od Oil oath. 11 lid that
Miril'i: o ItiiMl ItinilMI'l ION ihosumo will be redeemed h Hi" City
NoM.e i.t hereby gheii that fund. Troaiuror a' hoi itifltn 111 inn I irst
beiuty and wlusomo personality uroiiiro now muil.ihlo in the cm Treas National Hunk of KlainaHi Falls. Ore
always refreshing. Tint direction Is
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. 1 wt r 'vo "u 1111 11 ixiti ! iiiu iii'ii'Mi fiiiiiiit-itiii'i .. -...-- .-.. .---
same will bo redeemed l) tin CUV lt da uf Mar.h l2I
Treasurer at her officii iu Tho First ID I s SI 2-2N
Mrs. Charles Mack has been ion
fined to her hed for tho past week
with a suvere cold.
Mr. mil Mrs. Dan Kaylor visited
Sunday afternoon with Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Stewart.
Jack and Jerry O'Connor ship
ped a bniirli of rlie from Midland
Mr. nnd Mrs II. J. frennet have
m o oil to the George Grizzle place
E. A. Schrclner Is iilte sick with
Frank I'ayne was a culler In this
picture adds one 111 ore siiciv.k to
his already long list.
Tho Strand bill alto contains two
good loiuedles. Thl Is Country
Store night, and tint prlzot i-uislstl
of two chickens, a box of crackers,
pork sausage, a pound of coffee.,
package of tea. roast hoof, rimly. I
ten pounds of sugar, a sack of flour '
and other articles. Tho store star's I
at S. IS.
Every day at tho Ilex. Sic dinner
frum II to ii. lN-22
Mis Ella Offlnld. who Is toach-
"' " . 7 I tho eve. Tho match stu k to the, edge , ""' ' Mamatn runs, sp-m in wook-
treou in ovcry uirecuon wituout , 1 ... ... .. ' emi in Merrill
... . 1. .1 . . 1 ,1 I of the eye-lid and oo-ball. Inflicting) tn" '" -Mtrnii.
California to Have
Imported Olive Workers
Al'Ill'RN. Cal.. Fob 1.1 -Expert
olive workers aru tn bo brought from
Italy to direct the production of ollie
oil In a new Italian colony recently
t-stablisheil near Loomls, I'lacor
county, California, by Fruiiclmu Fo
zano. said to be a former Italian gov
ernment official. Tho oil will bo pro
ilured by prot esses In iisq In Italy
Ecry duy ut tho Hex,
from 1 1 to fi
WHY DO ALL
Cheap Glusnes, poorly-fitted
Glasses, (Hussc (but you can
only Jtut get by with are like
slow poison Id tho eyes and
lion oil system They under
mlno your general hctlih
through the nenoiu system,
thus Imparlng your general
Tho authorities are fight
ing tho ilrng I111I1I1, In all thu
big cltte,! for thu same reason.
See Dr. Goblc
about )our eyei and glas.ies.
Tlilt Main I'Ikhii; ll
24 Rounds Boxing
SCANDINAVIAN HALL, FEBRUARY 20
.MAIN CVK.NT. Ill HOI MK IIII.IA HI II of llill,-iiln . HOll
IIOSS of Maiiiutli I'rtlN.
srcciAi, r.VKvr, u hoi mk kid iicititiMiios .,r riiii,-iuiu
.. Mil NO Hit li .STCVCNS of Mori III.
I'OI It HOI NIH
-Mil WM1 of .Merrill ., KID IIHOWN of
"TI ITV" ANIIEKMIN .. tlllMi HOIt IIIV.MMMO.NS
Admission at the Same Popular Price
PATRONIZE ONLY RESTAURANTS
FAIR TO ORGANIZEED LABOR
('lull Cafe, On I Cafe, IVoie- l.iimli, While l.uiuli,
Saioy Cliff, Voik Cafo, IJiglo I'im, Hull l.uiuli Himiiii
CULINARY ALLIANCE No. 424
a painful burn but net iwriiiancntly
I affecting thu vision.
Miss Leota Fail spent the week-end
' In Klamath Fulls with her hUter.
I Mrs. Alfred I'uterslelner.
C. R. Jordan, manager of tbo Dor-
1 rlu I ii tiiltfit f 111, v ttn mnv rs.l n s-mt1
caw, aninlbuscH, trucks, end horno,. ... .. ,, ,, ... ... .. ,
It, iiaitiuiii uun ii4iuiuj u,iiiik
after bpcndlng a few du)s looking
after local affairs.
Mrs C. W. Moody was operated
upon Wednesday by Dr. Kreese.
UKHlsteil Iy Dr. Musscy of Klamath
Falls. At lust reports she was rest-
I Ing nltely
Mrs. C. J. Ferguson, county
March 9th and 10th
& COMPANY, C. P. A.
Announce that their Tax Expert!
MR. JOHN DICKSON
will be in Klamath Falls February Kith to ISth.
Arrangements can lie made at the White Pelican
Hotel for counsel or advice iu tax or accounting
There aro no traffic policemen In
Iho Teuton metropolis, but It bus '
been derided to citubllsh Mich n !
fcrro. In tell meantime tho "hecurlty
pollco" aro doing this duty.
Tho hlryclo habit Is very popular
with all clnsseJ, nud particularly with
Iho police, who rldr- In squad forma
tion. It Is not uncommon to see n
man rlgid out In top hot and eren
lug clothos riding hU "hike" to the
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
IT WOULD MAKE A POCKETBOOK WEEP
Bvory day at the Ilex, 25c dinner
from 11 to C. 1C-23
Wo furnish a nice wurm dressing
room, bathing suit, towel and show
er tor 3S cents, Tbo plunge is free
to spend what time you like. Come
and hnyo a good (into. J2G F. 28
SECTS W.X I l-J L
Every day ut tho Hex, 25c dinner
lroin.ll to fl. 16-32
"The loys' und slrls' club hud a
demonstration meeting at tho school
house Sunday, to which ovoryonu
Carl Klger, Vestu liuuslng and
Lorralno ileasley gave a cako test
ing demonstration, after which din
ner wus served, and after dinner
tho following program was given:
Seng "No Flag Like tbo lied,
White und Itlue," by the hcIiooI.
Ileclttttiou "Mother's Work Shop,"
Cooking Demonstration by tho
Washing Demonstration Tholmu
Lewis, Lois llunmill and Char-
rivj T. f Tvi !'
THAT'S A BEARAMD7HATS vEd THE NASTV
A DEER - LOOK MOTHER. I MANSHOOTIMG
SEE THE MAM SHOOTINGTtHAT BEAUTIFUL FOX'
THATHICE LITTLE FOX-rJTALWAVS MAKES
II II U1T7 T
I f1 SHE THIHK3 OF HUHTERS KILLING
r I PRETTY AMIMALS- , J. FOX FURS -THE POOR LITTLE 7
VES.DANMV IT MAKES PA0D7
FEEL BAD TOO WHEI HE TVllHKS OF
THE POOR ANIMALS' IT MAKES
HIMCRV WHEN HETHIMK3 OP
.MOTHER'S FUR COAT AND MOTHER'S J
AUO ALLTHi OfUTIFOL
Tiiav kill and Put on
MOTHERS MATS- OH DEAR.!
HE, MOTHER r
J S&V&&VA UU
'.-r mmtmrnmim w-
STRAW .MURPHETO FEED STORE
Kj JL 14 ML f I' ' IM 3o. IW.1. Phone 87
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