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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
I'lllDAV, JAM'AUV 17, Hill)
The Evening Herald
Published dally except Sunday by
Ttio Herald Publishing Company of
Klnmath Falls, nt 1IC Fourth street
Knlorcd at tho poatolllco at Klatn-
nth Falls, Orn , for transmission thru
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or not otherwise credllul In this pa
per, and also local new published
All rights of republication of spe
cial dispatches heroin arc also reserved
looking for special , consideration.
When the business men asked for
definite action, the request was ac
companied With the statement that
they were ready to back up the ad
ministration in anything it under-!
took, and. they have more than made
good. They knew there was no need
of the uneasiness manifested, and
they aTsoknew that as soon as the
people's confidence was restored It
would end for all time agitation of
this kind. Their Judgment was right
ntlDAV, JANCAHY IT, 1910
SHIT TI1KM OUT
Tito attention of the city council Is
called to the necessity for the enact
ment of an ordinance that will pro
tect legitimate business men against
tho Itinerant peddler of merchandise.
Not only protect the home dealer, but
the home people, who are too often
swindled by a smooth-tongued, sales
person. Hut recently the need of
Mich an ordinance was manifested
when there was, placed on sale in a
local hotel a line of ladles' wear.
The merchandise offered may have
been of tho very best, and at attrac
tive prices, but that is no excuse for
Its sale having been permitted. Such
persons pay no taxes, rent or salaries;
neither do they have the many over
head charges that the local merchant
is compelled to meet.' When a sub
scription is taken up for a railroad,
a mill ,or any other enterprise or pur
pose, you never find the name of the
Itinerant anywhere on the dlst, but
your home merchant is expected to
head it. He is entitled to the pro
tection he has earned and deserves,
and it is up to the city authorities to
give it to him, without his asking, for
it. Au ordinance of this character
should be stringent enough to be ef
fective. It should call for a license
of sufficient size to put the itinerant
on an equal footing with the local
merchant, and some provision should
be made for a bond, to be furnished
where a man will advance the claim
that he Is to remain permanently.
Such a bond should be made to cover
a period of one year.
T1K VI' THK JXK5S AND CATS
IHr things are looming on the hor
izon for Klamath County this year.
We are going to see things hum here,
and the strides we will mako will sur
prise even the most optimistic. The
Herald Is in possession of confiden
tial information that Justifies It In
saying that the time Is at hand for
the people of this city to get ready to
throw aside the swaddling clothes of
the town and prepare for metropoli
I.ITTI.K SIUKIJOHTS ON LOCAL HAt VF.MNOS
AMONG TIIK PKOI'l.l. OF THIS CITY AMI VICINITY,
OOIMIS AM) OOMIMJS OK LOCAL FOLKS
It anyone has any doubt as to the
desire of the people of this county
that all warrants Issued shall be re
deemed at their face value, plus in
leiHo date 1X redemption, then ne
should, have heard some.of the words
ui vviuwcuuiiiun loni obtc come lo
The Herald far-Its stand on this ques
tion. Some of the largest taxpayers
bt'fife cfty ItaYe expressed'themselves
very "clea'Ayon" thisquestlon. and
that expression-U1 the same as ours
that thecouhrs'houla' pay Its debts.
Mrs. It. n. Jennings Is registered F. I J. Krelgb, who was recently
at the White I'ellcan Hotel from Jack- discharged from tho Artlllor branch
sonvillo. of the military service, left this morn.
.,.,,. . , line for Sacramento for a few dii).s
P M. Union was an outgoing pm-J vIr1 ,, from
sengcr on tho train this morning fori
Orants Pas. 1.. It. Waters, representing tho J
I Caso Threshing Machine Company
nml C P nnntnni if tti.i ttitnftml l,
hereon matters of buslnos from the a, Inrw,cr Com,mny uf( ,oUafor
'"""" ""'"" "'"" Wllllameito Valley
Mrs. I., n. Hague left for Dorrls' hustnes visit hero.
this morning to do somo stenography
R. C. Frnzlor and 1.. A. Davis nco
points after 4
Mrs. Ollle Howard, who operates
the Hotel at Illy, left this mornlrg
for Ashland, where she will miikv n
short lslt with her mother nnd then
visit her two daughters who are at
tending school nt Medford.
Vico President Ward A. Dwlght of
tho Big Lakes lto Company of this
city who has been here on n brief
Guy Merrill, a well known resident business visit, left this morning for
of tho Merrill district, paid a visit irt,,n,, whoro ho wilt attend to
to the County seat eslerday after- ntlicr mntt0rs before returning to his
noon. , home In San Francisco.
Mrs. N. -O. Potter of New York1 untenant J. It. Hums, formerly
City who has been In the city for the Kort Klamnlh, who has been In
past few days, left this morning for' the Alatlon Service returned last
-vork at tho Jnstlco Court.
C II Keeno Is hero on matters ol
business foi a few dvs fri." .MinniM
polls. He is a guest nt the Hall.
Mr. and Mm. K. S. Turner are hero
for a short time from Fort Klamath
Tlioy are guests at tho Hotel Hall.
PRODUCER TO CONSUMER
QUALITY MEATS AT
I ' : : :
A LARGE VARIETY OF FRESH FISH
ALL SMOKED MEATS AT REDUCED PRICES
Phone 83 532 Main St.
Ross Clark. Treasurer of the Weed
Lumber Company, who has heen here
on business for tho last two days.
left for that point this morning.
C. O Hunt, who operates a ranch
The weather In this
One fruitful source for the spread
of all kinds of Infectious and con-l
tagious diseases Is the dog and the
cat, particularly the former. Klam
ath Falls Is infested with scores of
homeless dogs; and dogs that have
homes, but are turned Joose to roam
where they will. The health board
should take this matter under 'con;
sideratlon, and issue orders tor the
tying up of all dogs, as was done here
during the rabies scare a year or so
ago. Klamath Falls has reached the
Mage in its development where the
same rules that are enforced In the
larger cities should prevail 'here.
Theie is no possible excuse that the
owner of a dog can advance to Justify
his turning him loose on the public.
If ho is a valuable dog and all dogs
are valuable in the eyes of ;hc own
er then the place for him Is at
home. There he is safe from all dan
ger, and the public is safe from him.
If he is not of sufficient worth to de
serve proper care and attention, then
ho is not. of enough importance to en
danger public health and safety by
running loose on the streets of the
What Is true of the dog, is also
true of tho cat. A five-cent mouse
trap is worth a hundred cats. In the
Cities cats aro not permitted to run
loose, and what is good for the big
cities is none too good for Klamath
Falls. Now that the city has started
out on a clean-up campaign, let it In
clude a clean-up on this class of disease-spreaders,
and enforce It as
stringently as tho quarantine is being
been moderating for the post week.
Word has been Tecelved nere that
Harrjr Wehr and wife expert to re
turto.KJama.tbFalU soon. ,Mr.
Wehr left here in answer to a call of
.u-' i ., 'J,wr,. ..-. .... .
lus selective uniii uui Juiy an't was
reieasea a snort time ago. He was
1m Uw Spruce -Dfvtalou.
w. i- : J ' ! -1 4
t .i.umoer pu peen, moving very ra
pidly from the Christy and McCiillttm
saw mill, for the past few days, neaci
ly forty loads per day being hauled
The operators made a fine cut .last
season and expect to do still better;
during the coming year If their presT
ent plans materialize,
'c. G. Hunt has Just finished pdt
ting up about five tons of ice for bis
use next summer.
Messrs. Price and Peterson are re
modeling the' barn on the Argraves
ranch in Orindale.
James "Moore butchered his -supply
of pork for the coming summer a few
days ago. 1 ' - - -
'George Shelf 'was "riding for stock
in this Vicinity a few days ago.
. R V. Eks yMted at the home of
C'v( Hunt last, Sunday.
JZ' J TVS
TO CASES OF
NAYS WKMIW KEEP FEET VHYX
-AVOID -EXPOSURE ANII '
EAT LESS MEAT
The proper placo for a person who
breaks through tho quarantine is the
peat house. Put him there und keep
him there for a sufficient length of
time to protect the public from any
danger of Infection from him.
For onco Klamath Falls has shown
that It can unite on a proposition if
it is put up to It in the proper way,
Tho clean-up movement had back of
It tho united support of the entire
city, simply because the officers Indi
cated that they had the backbone to
do things right. No favors wero
cStay off the damp ground, avoid ex
posure, keep feet dry, eat less meat,
drink lots of water and above a'l
take a, spoonful of salts occasionally
to keep down uric acid,,
Jtheumatlsm Is caused by poisonous-
toxin,, called uric 'acid, which is
generated in the bowels and absorbed
into the blood. It la the function of
the kidneys to filter this acid from
the blood and cast it out In the urine.
The pores, of the skin are also a
means of freeing the blood of this
Impurity, Jjn damp and chilly, cold
weather the skin pores are closed,
'thus forcing the kidneys to do double
work, they become weak and sluggish
and fail to eliminate this uric acid
which keeps accumulating and cir
culating thru the system, eventually
settling In the Joints and muscles
causing stiffness soreness and pain
At the first twinge of rheumatism
get from any pharmacy about four
ounces of Jad Salts; put a tablespoon-
ful In a glass of water and drink be
fore breakfast each morning for a
week. This Is said to eliminate uric
acid by stimulating the kidneys to
normal action, thus ridding the blood
of these. Impurities.
Jad Salts Is inexpensive, harmless
and. Is made from th,e acid of grapes
and lemon Juice, combined with litbta
and' U used with excellent results
by thousands of'f61ks who are subject
to rheumatUm., Here you have a
pleasant, effervescent lltbla-water
drink which overcomes uric acid and
night from San Francisco with a new
bride which came ns a great surprise
to many of his friends here. Mr. nnd
Mis Hums left for their new home,
at Fort Klamath this morning.
Lieutenant Hums has been connected
with tho Aviation service for four-
In the Orindale district south of this teen months and was kept in tho Unl
city, bought supplies of the Klamath ted States to train ninny of the other
of Yanks Abroad
It Isn't ei'oiiimi) am) t
Isn't ulse lo buy mi)thlnK
but the best hi ilrnu.
We lime golueil Hie inn,
llileiue of our iilouiers d)
M'lllnu ilruus of the liluhel
iliullt) out). You mount
bit) nil) other kind here,
nml )oti are ulun) safe
mill sure Hint nothing Inn
.the best drugs ulll be v,i
In Ibis store.
KLAMATH IALLS HKttiON
LONDON, (Correspondence of the
.Make no iillxt.lke about Hint,".
Associated Press) Some of the IS," the sailor roas-sureil him "Wo know
airmen, who entered later He was
greatly disappointed not to be able
to go overseas, especially ns his bag
gage was sent to the wharf on several
octillions for this purpose.
Falls merchants yesterday afternoon
Mrs. J. R. Vollmer. and her sister,
Mrs. Edna nradbnrn. left this morn
ing for Ashland In response to news
of the lllne.s of their mother Mrs. E.
A. O. TarvelL accompanied by his
daughter, Mrs. Goldle Avery were
passengers this morning for Weed J ,.. ,,, fir ,. ,
where they expect to Jslt for tho accijCiit and health Insurance. :!
Pure Cider nt the West Fjid Gro
next few days.
Save 5 per cent
New stork bus arrived. New I. H.
reienuo of ft per cent goes into effect
February I, HUH. New revenue law
to be in effeit several years. .
000 American sailors, who visited
London before leaving for home, told
the Hritlsb Journalists what the)
thought of the mettopolls.
"1 like your town all right," one s
quoted as saying, "but you haven't
enough restaurants Kreu In a small
American town every street has got'
om In bunches of fives" Other emu- ttla. they gMV it lomeit "
menta were 1 ,,,. . ,,
.... ' rlils sailor, tho Interviewer re
tuur iriiiiNpunuuuu nixmi limit
isn't up to standard, but I suppose
that's the war."
"London's" more llku an American
city than Edinburgh, and the people,
are nit right. You are not so modern
all iibout It. We've got to know flue
glrlrt beie, and high-toned ones Ion,
nnd we don't want Hut other Hort "
He said the hojs with the American
biltleihlp siUndtou in tl: I'lrtli of
Forth got on well wit litbn Kngllsh
sailors of the Gland Fleet "W11 gave
them 11 vaudeville shiivv," he related
though, as we me I see your girls
have got tholr hair bobbed why.
our girls bad that done ten years ago'
"The people uie real friendly We
like your burg, but your climate Is
marked In his m tide, "gave me smite
sound Information on a point about
which-1 had alwns been curious I
asked Mm If one American could tell)
at once what 1:11 1 of America another!
one inuie from lie said, 'Sure Tnlo
a man from the South. He speaks J
.slow with a drawl 'A!r-)ou-gnlu' .
liin-towii-tne-!ig'hY- see? - llktn
that, like a bunch of farmer talking '
A man from Chicago talks like a mini i
FRANK T. GUNTHER
Fine Wnti h Repairing n
tl'JI Main Street
"Tho big difference between BnK. , J-T " ,"', ''l """" '""'I'"'" '"'" Irrigation seas,,,, should I
land and the Statei is )our ladles. " proran ty. (ordered now .lit order In get the prop-
You can speak to a lady here, high or " '""t l""1'1 )m' ,o11 ,l"' "l'fer"",e.(.l. ,M,,r( and Insure deliver) in
low. without getting Into trouble. If 1 '" "ag man ami a .now,,,
you spoko to a lady In America, you'd I orK ,"""'
be arrested" There's something where " 'Sure. A Chicago man uses more
.el us Install
Next Door to Postofflce.
KLAMATH FALUS, OHKOO.V
you aro more demon atlc than wu
Tho British viewer .said he hoped
the American bovs wouldn't takes
home any wrong Ideas about Cugllsh
girls based on some of those encoun
tered In the Strnnd and In Piccadilly
Whatever "fredom of the seas"
mny mean, It will not include tho
privilege of nrdurlng.non-cnmbntiintH
Into open bonis 1,000 miles off shorn.
me, nt lowest cost.
your pumping plant.
VOI'lt MOTOII ItKJHT
YOl'll ITMP ItKlllT
YOP It INSTALLATION IIIOIIT
THAT WILL STAY ItKlllT
" 'What about the Middle Wen' ,,,,,.,. J1Hr ,,. ,, ,, JiU
"'Oh, a Kansas man ilneau't speak ' know )ou are right,
slow llku a Southerner, or too .iilil( (; ,.IIKllr(.rK , inai1(l
like a Chicago man. but Just plain ..,..., ......, ,..,..- . u.. i,ri.
I profanity, and be moven his hand like
this see--ns If ho was doing a
card trhk. A New York Man's qulik
and dlHtlni't, so an) one "an under
stand him Just like I speak
fiom Kaunas.' "
William Hohenzollern always saldl
that he received his crown from thel
Loid. "Tho Lord gave and tho Lord
I hath taken away; blessed be the
name of the Lord'"- Little Hock Ar-
Parties holding Christian Scion cj
Iran books, please return to " 1 7 Main
St by Suturday. 16-2l
, You're vvrlroino lo 11 calendar for
the New Yrnr. Wu have 11 good sup
ply of homely ones and some pretty
ones. Chllc'oto & Hniith. 24
ler eltlcleni). Cstlmati furiilshnl.
I I inlr l?ir
Till nnd Main His.
COMMANDANT OF OUR FIGHTING MARINES,
WHO IS PROUD OF HIS BOYS, WITH HIS WIFE
YOUR GRflr HAIR
AMSTKItDAM, fCorresponduti'e of sla are today away worse off than
the Associated Press). TIpj fivo car- they ever have been and the btnt.j of
dlnnl points of Holshevlxm aio, ac- unemployment is simply tenlblo,
cording to M. Ouden.lyk formerly When I loft Petrograd the situation
Oiftch Minister In Petrograd t.s fol-' was ono of utter starvation and moyt
.. .1 t .... ..v..nnA.l nnrl ivtinrn SDV
complaint wits made, It was lnvaila-g beneficial to your kidneys as well,
bly found thnt thoso klcklns were' Adr. t
One: High wages.
Twe: Don't work.
Three: Take otno' peoples propel ty
Four No putihhineii:, ,
Five:' No taxation
"I wish," ho sail, to give
a solemn wurtiltn; to the working
classes of all lattcru agalnt,t the
hlgh-fatutlnu notions which I Imvo aro being ruined nd, without the aid
eeen In nussla, HoIsh)vi'in, I i.ny of foreign capital, thoy can nnvur bo
without exiKC'-'intlin, is tho end f survived. I have never ;ou cr
clvl'latlon. I 'nvi known Husii.'i In- dreamt of the possibility of hiicIi (or
tl.n itly for ''idiv yeari i.mlcr ll.o inptlon, tyranny, and tho abiunco of
oil regime unl u.iiler the new rondl- all sembla'nce of freedom us th-jro Is
people hardly knew how they would
exist thru the following day. Wher
ever Holshevlsm rules, the nation has
been beaten to pulp and utterly
helpless. The futuro to' me poems
hopeless. One thing Is certain, that,
left as she Is now, Russia will 11.3 In
a stato or litter and complete ruin. '
"Factories are at a standstill and
L'SK OHANDMA'.S HAfiK TKA AND
HULPIIL'lt ItlX'IPK AND NO.
IIOOY WILL KNOW '
tlons. Never liuvo tho working clus
nea of Ilussla suffered as they aro do
Iryr ut the present moment notwith.
standing all that the present so-cul'i-ed
ruling classos in that country
choose to tell the world. or so that out of the ruins sonu thing)
1110 uuin ui hid worKiiiuu 111 una. mu urine, peisouuiiy 1 Know noi wuy,
in Itusslu at the present moment,
"Moit of the workmen now begin
to seo that the leglmu of Ilotahnvlam
cannot possibly last, Tho whole
world must stand shoulder to'.slioiild
The use of Sage and Sulphur for
restoring faded, gray hair to lis tint,
ural color dates back to grandmoth
er's ''me. HI10 used It to keep her
hulr oeautlfully uark, glossy and ut
ti active. Whenever her hair took on
that dull, faded or streaked appear
piled with wonderful effect,
auco, HiIh simple mixture was up
Hut brewing ut home Is inussy und
)ut-of-ilate. Nowadays, by asking at
any drug store for a 50 cent bottle of
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com
pound," you will get thlB famous old
Drcparuuon, improved uy ttio audi
tion of other Ingredients, which can
')u depended upon In lostoru natural
otor and beauty to tho hair.
A well known downtown druggist
-inys It darkctiK tho hair so natural
ly and ovenly that nobody can tell It
litis been applied. You simply damp,
en a spongo or soft brush with It,
and draw this through your hair, tulc-
OIM. GEORCE BARWETT
Kvoiybody, Including their com-
inundant, praises tho Unltod Stutetf
who ban boon .10 yenrH In tho service
of tho murines, ileclaros his "boys"
desorvo all tho prulHti in tho world,
and that thnsn who wnrn wiiundeil
rs. llnrnntt nfinn , u,tnt,.ifw n.-..K ..., .n.... ... ...I. .. . . .
I " "i'"imiii miuu nun uiHuuieu iiunng moir Jlliru cuni-
montliH In Frunco, Oouoral Ilnrnott, palcn nre to bojvvoll tukou caio of.
dig one strand at a lime, liy morn, marines, Ho Is Major General (loo
Inic tho gray hair disappears, ami of- llarnntt, who has Just returned with
ler another application or two, It bo- M
comes beautifully dark aud glossy,