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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View This Issue
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THE EVENING HEHALD, KLAMATH PALLS, OREGON
ONE REASON WHY
Soma people buy Inferior piano li that all piano look
(llk to them, anal untcaa they buy from a permanent, re
iponiible and truthful dealer, who prlcea hla planoa accord
ing to their grade, attaching hla pereonal guarantee to
tsme, they may ba paying a high price for a cheap piano.
Our firm haa eofd piano for nearly fifty yeara, and thlt
fact should glva you confidence In our prlcee and guarantee.
Our alogan, "Time Tell the Truth," haa been proven
niny tlmta. Wa waufd like an opportunity to prove It to you,
SHEPHERD PIANO DEPOT
Next Door to Pmtoflrn Klamath Fall
IT HAS ROSE
WINNER OF WINNECK COMPANY'S
CONTEST WILL QO TO PORT
LAND WITHOUT EXPENSE, POS
SIBLY AS MAID TO THE QUEEN
I Madge Dixon, 40,000; HeU Scott, 12,
Klamath Is to havo another ropro- 000; Ida Brower, 8,000; Pern Lecvcr,
lentttlvo at Portland during tho Roso
Show. Tbo Wlnnek company, general
mercantile firm of Fort Klamath, haa
IT'S Uncle Sam's
that keep him
contented. An' of
VELVET is naturally
the most contentful.
WUJVX A . i -
Tha least you can do is to
ome beautifully engraved
"V KLAMATH FALLS OREGON THnr
WMKflK AftTieULAR PEOPLE tu
,AalU8t adveraltv and wast in old
ke Ih a savings bank account start-
" wmie you are young and kept
rowing by catutaat addlUoM to
your flrat depoalt There ia no oth
"sure way of eacaplng, poverty.
wby not commence inauriag your
M ngalnat want by atartini that
uuni ngat bowT
FIRST STATE M2 SAVINGS BANK
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Instituted a contest, the prize being a
t tip to Portland and back for tho win
ner. An effort la being made to ar
rungo for tbo winner to act as an at
I tcmlunt to tho Itoso Queen. '
Voting la done by means of pur
chases at the storo, each purchase en
titling the purchaser to votes for bis
fiaorlto In tho race. Right have been
, entered, and most of tbo ladles aro
Known here, so a general county Inter
I u!.t Is predicted In the contest.
The toting closes May 30tb. Thu en
tries and their votes were as follows
18,000; Lola Parks, 21,000: Dora Sly,
3,000; Alta Berry, 4,600, and Evelyn
'em all I reckon
TfVERY day more
smokers are learn
ing how greatly natural
ageing improves natu
rath good Tobacco.
VELVET is teaching
send her a card. We have
designs from 5c to 25c.
Little Talks on Health and Hygiene
By SAMUEL Q. DIXON, M D., LL.D,, Pennsylvania Health Commlitlonor
Could you mobilize on phort notice? n little exercise. Wo occcpt ouch a
In our Individual equipment tlwit condition with some sup6rflclal ox
la condition to moot tho domands Na- prcsslon of regret and move along un
turc may thrust upon It? Could you III Nature declared wnr.
run half a mllo If our llfo wore of You can make no treaties to InBuro
stake? Could ou do half a day's man-1 our safety under auch conditions,
uol labor with safoty T Nothing Bhort of a consistent policy of
Of course, you may say with perfect modern exercise and temperate living
tiuth tbat there are not apt to bo any will prepare you to meet tho vital In
such demands upon you. You earn dividual emergency. Your turn will
,our dally brend by mental exertion. ' surely come. Are you ready?
Hut nro you suro that your mental! Personal prldo should offer suffl
equipment is at pnr? Chances aro thut dent Incentlvo to a" man or woman to
I tho man who permits himself to de- locp In such condition that they can
tcrlorato physically cannot reach tho mount a flight of stairs without puff
maximum of his montol capacity. Injj, or button their shoes without con-
Naturo meant the human animal to tortlons.
,!iavo a considerable physical exertion
itO mnllltliill life ('ollll)loxltliM of moil,
Complexities of mod-
elll Civil l7Ilt lull llHWt fnrrrtfl mnni' Inmi
and women Into occupations where It
rcqulros effort to find tlmo for even
OEHLER IS GOING
TO ANOTHER JOB
PURCHASING AOENT FOR RECLA-
MATION 8ERVICE LEAVE8 800N
TO JOIN INDIAN SERVICE
Albrccht Oehler, purchasing agont
for tho Klamath reclamation project, '
W. S. SLOUGH
To the Voters of Klamath Count :
. , on, ,u.iu i ..- u.mu .. ..on,.-.
t... ..,........ f ni.in ...,! . t,'
or by our otes I pledge myself to tho
If 1 am pluced In the ofllco of assent)
following standards and ideals
11 (hull Khe nit my time and the
best of my ability to the work of the
21 shall do my best to place upon
the tax toll every piece of taxable
propeti in Klamath county, aad will
assess each piece equitably.
3 Tho "timber baron" and "small
taxpayer" will look alike to me 1
nand for n squaro deal for all.
1 l I will not uso the office to re
.ward friends or punish enemies.
5 I will not use the opportunities
afforded by the ofllco to promulgate
any "Ideas" or "Isms." There la work
enough in the offlce to consume all the
time nnd energy of tho most active
C The peace and prosperity of the
county depend upon a just and Intelli
gent administration of public business.
7 Your support in the Primary and
In tbo Election is solicited upon the
above declaration of principles.
Respectfully, W. S. SLOUGH.
Hot Water for
Tell why everyone eheuld drink
net water with phoeehaie
In (I Mere ireakfaet.
Headache of any kind is caused by
auto-lntoxicatlon which means aelf
poisoulng. Liver and bowel poisons
called toxins, sucked into the blood
through the lymph ducts, excite the
heart which pumps the blood so fast
that It congests in the smaller arter
ies and veins of the head, producing
violent, throbbing pain and distress,
called headache. You become nerv
ous, despondent, sick, feverish and
miserable, your meals sour and almost
nauseate you , Then you resort to ace-
tanlllne, aspirin or the bromides which
temporarily relieve bit do not ria
tho blood ot these Irritating toxlna.
A arlasa ot hot wator with a tea-
spoonfull of limestone phosphate in It,
drank before breakfast tor awnue,
win not only wash theso poisons from
your system and cure you of head
ache but will cleanso, purity ana
freshen the entire alimentary canal.
Ask vour pharmacist for a quarter
pound ot HmeBtone phosphate. It is in
expensive, harmless as augar, and al
most tasteless, except for a sc-unsn
twinge which i not unpleaaant.
if vou aren't feeling your oen, u
tongue Is coated or you wake up with
bad taste, foul breath or have colds,
Indigestion, biliousness, constipation
or sour, acid stomach, begin the phos-
pbated hot water cure w nu
system of toxins and poisons.
Results are quick and it is claimed
tbat those who continue to flush out
the atomacb, liver and bowele every
morning, never have any headache or
mow a alterable) moment. Air.
Tho person who wants to really live
khnnlil wntrh lilu nr tinr u'nlot mnnJ
Miould watch Ills or her waist moa-
kllrn ntll ptinut Avnonalnn with nf Iaoa
the same attention ho or she bestows' Tho KnB,lsh ,ather "rho sa,d th,s ot
upon tho bank account. llIh dend ldler son who had been
.tminoii only three months palnta a
lias just received notification of his ap- picture of the plight of the average
polntmcnt as fiscal agent for the In-J American If the United States were to
Ulan reclamation service at Hillings, be plunged Into war and needed mil
Mont. With Mrs. Oehler and her moth- lions of troops quick.
cr, Mrs. Saucerman, ho will leave soon
for his new location.
Oehler has been connected with the
J Klamath project for seven cars, and
.has mado hosts of mends among the
hllHlnpKu mi.n fnrmr nn,1 InWo. K
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bis courteous manner and, bis attention
to business. Ho will be greatly missed
by these people. In social circles, tho
Oehlers and Mrs. Saucerman were also
I well known, Mr. Oehler being for sev
eral seasons tbo Wahoo of tho Klatawa
Club, while Mrs. Oohler is one of tho
clt 's most talented musicians.
lo omen doctors from tho Shang
hai, China, hospital aro now in this
country studying hospital methods as
pmcticed in the United States.
Notice of Hearing o Final Account ,
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon In and for Klamath County.'
..... i r . . tit. ..
In the Matter of the Estate of Albert
Notice la hereby given that Thomas
Drake, administrator with the ,lll
...v... r ,i. ...- t aik- n n
kins, deceased, having rendered, filed)
and presented for settlement hi? final
account of tho administration of the
estate of said deceased, together with
the petition of said administrator for
the distribution of the residue of the
said estate to the persons entitled
thereto; and tbat Saturday, the 10th
day of June, A. D. 1916, at 10 o'clock
in the forenoon of said day, and in the
court room of the county court of the
state of Oregon, in and for Klamath
county, situated ln'the city of Klamath
Falls, county and state aforesaid, is
dip time when and the place where the
hearing ot the application of said ad
ministrator for tho settlement of said
final account and tho hearing of auch
petition for final disposition and such
other matters pertaining thereto as
nay bo considered by the court in the
r remises, will bo held and considered
by tho court; and all persons interest
ed in said estate are notified then and
thero to appear and show cause, if any
they have, why said final account
should not be approved, allowed and
tettled, and said petition for final dm
trlbutlon and other matters and things
stated therein granted as prayed for.
Dated at Klamath Falls, Oregon, tho
3d day of May, A. D. 1916.
THOMAS DRAKE, I
Administrator with the will annexed,
ot tho Estate of Albert C. Hopkins,
Notice of Poundmaster's 8ale
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned, poundmaster of the city ot
Klamath Falls, Oregon, did on the 25th
day of April, 1916, impound In tho
Notice is hereby given than on or before Sixty Days from the First
day of July, 1916. the County Court of Klamath County, Oregon, will, in
open Court, cancel all warrants in tbe hands of the County Clerk ot said
County, which have been issued and not protested for a period of seven
yeara or more prior to the 1st day of July, 1916; also all warrants will
be held for naught, and payment thereof stopped, where it appears that
samo have been protested for a period of seven years prior to the First
day of July, 1916, and have been duly called by the County Treasurer but
not presented for payment.
Tho following list shows the names of payoes, date, number and amount
as shown by warrants to bo acted upon by the County Court as above
Warrant In the Hands of the County Clerk
Name Date Fund
W, H. Grow July 10, 1908 General
K. D. Jones -November 25, 1908 .General
J. A. Wilson January 14, 1909 General
W. H. Wall .March 11. 1909 .General
A. R. Meseny March 11, 1909 .General
nnd Transfer Co. January 13.
Warrants Received from the County Clerk But Not Pretested -Name
Date Fund Number Amount
C. C. Lewis July 13,' 1908 -General 1T478 11.00
John W. Wells -July 15, 1908 ... .- .General 1T6TT S.J0
H. H. Hoyt July 16, 1908 General 17726 t 8.S
State of Oregon,
County ot Klamath, ss. .,.......
I, C. R. DeLap, County Clerk ot the above named County and State.
hereby certify tbat the within aad foregoing is a true and correct list ft
County Warrants subject to cancellation as the same appear or record la
nw nfflxa nnd In mv care and ouatodv.
in witness Whereof. I have hereunto set my hand and amsed the
of the County Court, this 3rd day
Swiss System Is Farther
Explained by Staff Writer
By WILLIAM 0.
(United Press Staff
(This la the third of a series of fire
articles by Shepherd, dealing with. the
Swiss system of military training for
Wtizcns, In Its relation to the pisslbll
Met of a similar system In the United
Si tej. Editor.)
UEItNE, May 3. "My son and his
regiment knew how to die, but they
... ... . ......
didn't know how to fight."
It's all right to know how to 'die,
they say here in Switzerland, but it's
better to know how to fight. By fight
ing you lessen your chances of dying.
A soldier hasn't got any right to die,
unless there's nothing else left for him
to do. Fighting today la an exact sci
ence. Read a book of military Instruc
tions. It tells you every last thing a
soldier ought to do, in every possible
contingency. Master militarists hare
worked it all out and put it down.
Swiss citizen soldiers know how to do
twenty different things in a pinch, be
fore thoy resort to dying. They know
how to die, too, if it comes to that
How long does it take a Swiss youth
to Team how to fight instead of die?
How long would It take an American
youth to learn the same thing?
Just one hundred and fifty-three
f, ears. a Swiss citizen-
"oId,r ,Ve8 hal yf"tto e,am,nK
,0.b,c ne ? .'he e8t..80 dI.er8
uiuwunu. in bii loin ume ne is iorca
. - , - ... . . .
to fire only 1,000 shots. He does fire
n- ",s true became hla 1,000 ahota
an-!teach h,m that "-n.shootlng In the
Pen a'r " "n -
rhootlng in a smoked filled room.
Switzerland is full or shooting clubs.
One hundred and forty-three days In
(amp and the firing of a rifle 1,000
tiroes in twelve years, and you've got
your crack Swiss private soldier.
pound of said city the following des-j
cribed animal: i
One two-year old steel gray stallion. !
weight about 6E0, branded T on right
And that unless tbe owner of said
animal, or other person having an In
terest therein, shall, before the time
of sale stated below, claim possession
of said animal and pay all costs and
charges for the keeping and advertis
ing thereof, together with all fees pro
lded by ordinance of said city for
such cases, said animal will be sold
at public auction for cash at the city
pound at the hour of 10 o'clock on
the 8th day ot May. 1916.
Dated May 2, 1916.
R. T. BALDWIN.
' Notice to Creditors ,
In the County Court of the State of '
Oregon, for Klamath County j
In the Matter of the Estate of Henry
W. Butler, Deceased. j
Notice Is hereby given tbat the un
dersigned has been duly appointed
executrix of the estate of Henry W. !
Butler, deceased, by the above en
titled court, and all persons having'
clalrafagalnst said estate are required '
to present same to the undersigned at
tho law office ot Rollo C. Qroesbeck,
in Klamath Falls, Oregon, within six
1909 High School 332
of May, 1916.
C. a DeLAP. County Clark.
By Ferry O, DeLap. Daauty,
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Two hundred and thirty-eight days
taS.cn out of a lifetime make a cor
poral. A sergeant Is made in 28z days
.ind a lieutenant spends 402 days out of
his entire life to learn hla Job. A cap
tain of 48 years has put la 681 dayB,
altogether. These periods of learning
and experience are spread over a long
Etretch of time. The flrat bit is sixty
five days. When you are 20 years old
you go into a military school for that
time. You don't give up year Joh to
do it either.
Let your boss try to give your job,to
somebody else while you're gone, no
matter whether you're a bank clerk or
a farm hand; hell go to Jail If yonr
job isn't open for you when you come
What's more, if he has any pride at
all, hell pay your wages while you're
gone. Let his neighbors find out he
didn't and they'll cat him dead.
The next year, wbea yon are 21, you
will troop off in the summer to a mil
itary camp, where youTI spend eleven
days, and every summer after that, for
ten summers, you'll spend eleven days
By this time you're 32 years old, and
ut tbat age you pass out of the regular
army into the landwehr.
You will do eleven days every four
j ears until you have served an addi
tional twenty-two days. So you have
served in all 153 days. All this time,
from the day you left the military
school when you were 20. you have had
your rifle, uniform, field kit and ammu
nition hanging up on a handy nail at
home, ready to take down and march
off with. If the call to arms was
He's a better man than you are, Mr.
Average American Citizen, and you'd
admit it if you walked the streets of
these Swiss towns. You'd know how
to die, in a pinch; but any man knows
that. This fellow knows how to fight
(Article No. 4 points ont that physi
cal and as a soldier, the average Swiss,
thanks to his military system, appears
to be a better man, man for man, than
tbe average male American).
months from the date of this notice.
Dated this 12th day of April. 1916.
Executrix of the Estate ot Henry W;
Butler. Deceased 12-19-16-3
SORE, TIRED FEET
USE "TIZ" FOR TENDER, PUFFED
UP. BURNING. CAUiOUSW
FEET AND CORNS ,
People who are forced to stand on
their feet all day know what sore.
Under, sweaty, burning feet mean.
They use "Tit," and "TU" cures their
feet right up, It keeps feet in per
fect condition. "Tli" la the only
remedy in the world that draws out
all the poisonous exudations which
puff up the feet aad causa tender,
sore, tired, aching feet. It Instantly
stops the pain in corns, callouses and
bunions. It's simply glorious. Ah!
how comfortable your feet feel after
using "Tis." You'll never limp or
draw up your face in pain, your
shoes won't tighten and hurt your
Get a 25-cent box of "Tis"' now
from any druggist, Just.talak! a
whole year's foot comfort for only
25 cents. -Adv. ,
freight beats ea tha Vaaar
every ssjarasaE ageaas
EO WRIGHT of Union County
Republican Candidate for PubllO Ser
vice Commissioner J
Some of the reasons why he skoutd
expect Republican rotes at, the cee
log primaries: , ( 'j
A bona fide and continuing reslAeuee
in Eastern Oregon for tairty'staW
years. (Born in Union county). j
A record for honest. comgclentlettA
and efficient service in public omee.
A consistent Republican. i
A reputation for good Judgsaesit,
fairness and honesty. fe'i
An invitation to the public tojiia-
vestlgate by reference to any reft
able farmer, banker, merchant or otsjr
business or professional man in Cale)
His platferm: Conscientious service
to the state at all times, demanding
absolute fairness." adv.'
WE ARE STILL BUYING
Weeb Mtk Fv Ct.
ALL HAND WORK
We guarantee, superior work juv
Shirts. Collars and all Silk OopeW
and Fancy Dresses, or anythlnig j
else. ! W
Phone ..164 t l27IFeui
KLAMATH 'FALLS: ORE.
Send us your work by parcel poet
HLAU, LIMB AND BODYf
block wood u delivered direct
from ftheda, and Is always dry."
One load will eonvueeyotf.
KLAMATH FUEL CO.
o. I'eytonMgT. Prom 1ST
DOUBLE TREAD IMS
Your Junk Tires Made to Rail
2,000 to 5,000 SUes More (j
Our method , will save you .76
per cent ofyour tire cost.u. W I
will give you a desdile , etreanta
casing, practically .puncture. Maw
out and weather proof. Bead aa
two of your old junk tire aaa. waJ
will combine them lnto.oae thor
oughly serrieeahle , castas. xz'O
Tbe cost is instgaiSaaaUfreai
point ot mileage, o especially 't lav
view of tha fact that new,, tire
prices are soaring- It Ifurea, a
small fraction otji oeal a .
whereby you save the pries ets
now tire. It you have savaflti .
will be able to jtfcUratstt'Jaa?
wheels ot your .ear. If you have
only one we will furnish theotaar.,
They have proven' tfcelrtvalueita J
our many customers,: jemji
will number roa aaeaJssarr
CHAS. Ft MARPLE
JM SIXTH STREET
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