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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
E. J. MURRAY
Pabllabed dally except Sunday by
Ta Herald Publishing Company of
Klamath Kallt, at 110 Fourth street.
Entered at the postofflce at Klam
ath Falls, Ore., for transmission thru
the malls as second-class matter.
Subscription terms by mall to any
address In the United States:
One yo'ar .. .5.00
One month SO
Win F' Jinette Is a count .ent
lsltor from the Men ill district today
collection and disposal of the gnrbnno
of the city. This question will como up
for action at the adjourned session
next Monday night, and should re
ceive the careful attention of the,;
council. The time U at hand when
something aleng: this line must bo
done. The granting of the oc!utlvo
privilege to one person Is not now, '
but It should be done In n -irinn'r
that "111 protect the rights of the poo
pic. as well as those of the. coutruc-i
tor. uouuttess tne revenue derived K lv nuttet field was among the
under present conditions will not bo tri,, rral8 la.ii nlKht from Duns-
ery large and consequently the tmlr-
period ocr which the contract will
be granted will have to be of nff- A.J Stcril Is In the County seat
dent length to Justify a man In m.ik- "'day ft urn Ills home In tho Mori 111
The Associated Press Is exclusively ,n 8Uch "tmont a, he will ,nn district.
entitled to the uce for republication to make to properly handle tl.o ork , K ,vnJi ,s ,n u c(v 1(mk1R
of all new. dlspatchw rredlted to It, However, this contract should contain nftor busl,;o9S ,terst!i fro'm Sacra.
or not otherwise credited In this pa- such saving clauses as will pioiit ...,
per, and also .local news published imposition upon t he-people.' if thrv i
be7iin'ri.h,. of .,i.iiMiim. nf ,. . nave to pay for the collection, or tii J. Crane came In eterday after-
ltu It I ll A AA ! tMI lwl.1 f,M.t I !.. t I . I-. . mti.l..
m nt the Hotel Hall.
WOMAN MAKES w c n.iiton or tim xiaiin .itstiict
has rot u mod from a slunt lm-.ln.-
n Islt to Montague. California.
LITTI.K HII1KI.IOIIT8 ON LOCAL HAU'KXINOS
A MONO TIIK lKOII.K OF THIS CITY AND VICINITY.
(JOIN'tiS AND COMIMiS OF I.OCAI. FOLKS
Member of llic Associated Press
herein are also re-
THURSDAY, JANl'AKY 23, 1019
CORDOVA. Alaska. Dec. 29. (Hy
Mall). A woman "sourdough," Mrs.
Another slick attempt Is ben.g 'eV Vaman. wn " nrn
iviae by those who want lu control thirty-four years ago and who has
Mr. I.oKoy Fnaslor loft this morn.
Ing for Seattle, wheto Jie expects to
take up tho work of nursing.
tic invulnn affairs or tho ii'unties or
the state to take out of ih I.rfiuis of
the unut b..atd of equalisation the
followed gold stampedes all over
Alaska and the Yukon Territory, ar
rived here today on her way to the
ria t to definitely fix the i.sstssment States. This Is her first trip outside
of each piece of property in the coun- 'n yr-
ty. This latest piece or skulduggery When Mrs. Cashman lett her home
comes under the guise or consollda-1 at Wiseman, up around the Arctic
Hnn of ih vnrtmiB H.nrtnipnt nt Circle, she was on her way outside to
the state, and provides tor the aboil. ! er ner services as a Red Cross county.
Hon ot the state tax commission. Its nu ,n wr work- Not only did she
place to be taken by a commissioner , tart for the war herself, but, she in
and two deputies, and these will con-duce1 ,Ive Wiseman Swedes to join
tltute a board to which may go ap-! hcr and go outslde and enlist,
peals from county boards or equaltta-J When the six arrived at Tanana,
Uon. j w'tn their dog team outfits, they
When It was proposed to cousoll- found that the war was over The
dote the various commissions and de-,f,ve nlen turned bacfc but Mrs. Cash.
I art men ts of the state we lool:e4 upon man came on a'ne.
the prorosltion with suspicion, for if' Mrs- Cashman has extensive min
I. ere honestly done It would oj sUe ln holdings on the upper Koyukuk
firi timp In Hi' historv of nur cv. River. At Wiseman she Is known as
ernment that an effort was innJe to!lhe "Mother of the Camp.
bove the taxpayers cf a stati noa?y
W. T. Klllotl bought supplier for
his ranch at I'lno (1roe .xestetday
from Klamath Falls merchants.
I). M. Mel.emore. a well known
cattle buer. came in last oenln
rrom San Fianrlsco on matters or
httsiness. Ho leaves today to inspect
bis stock in the northern part ot the
We sell milk rrom tuhercular-tcst-
ed cows Anyone wishing the best
quality or mhk with prompt nnd effi
cient service, phone -!!).
20-6t AI.TA.MOXT DAIRY.
It I' llrubb came In in.st evening
on tho train rrom San Francisco. Ho
Is registered at the Hotel Hall.
I). C. 1 lenity Is a Klamath Falls
business visitor rrom Portland today.
Ho Is a guest at tho White Pelican
, Mr and Mrs. C. It. glint, who have
been In Klamath Falls for tho past
ear loft this morning for their form
oi home at McCloud, California.
Mrs. F J. Stolnmetx, who has boon
hero fiom Portland assisting In the
tato of V. J. Stolnmetx during his
illness left ou tho train this morning
for l.os AngeUxi.
V.. II. Jefferson, who Is lu tho
wholesale grocery business In this
city loft this morning for Moil ford,
where ho expects to nun n 111 until
tho first or the week.
.Mr. and Mrs. Fred .N'ltschelm, who
K.vo for tl.o pa.it ten ears operated
a mick farm on the Shasta Way
near this cltv. left this morning with
their daughter. Miss Alhcrtlna, for
l.cs Angeles where they expect to re
main ror the next three years "at
least. Tho place has been leiued by
their two sons, 0, W, and Urnest
Nltschelni, who will conduct the snmo
htislneis in the future.
by a reduction in the expense of ad
ministering its affairs. Consequently
we were not surprised when' we dis
covered this effort to take away from
WASHINGTON. D. C. Jan. 22.
Secretary Baker has ordered the re-
the people of a county the right to lease of a hundred and thirteen con
say what the assessment of any jar-' aclentloua objectors at Fort Leavep
tlcular piece of property shall be. worth. They will be honorahl.' r
There Is Just one -thing for the peo- stored to duty and Immediately til--
pie or the state to do, and that Is to . charged rrom the army.
defeat ftny such a move. If the legU-
Metropolitan Amusement J
lature dares to pass such a devilish
Piece of bare-taced legislation, then
It should be ripped from tha statute
books by a referendum. The legis
lature of this state should be given to
understand ror all time that the peo
ple of Oregon have surrendered all
of their rights to it that they are go
ing to. Under the guise of this so
called popular legislation, this "let
the people rule" fraud that has been
put over, we have had crammed Jown
our throats a commission for the fo
cal led regulation of corporations. The
poople have had a good sample of
this regulation lately, and woke p
to the fact that they were fooled l.'to
voting into effect a law that set aside
any power of control they might have
thru the medium of franchises, ac
cording to a decision of the tute su
preme court. They are not going to
have the same sort of a deal put over
on them again by placing in any
state commission the power o pass
on any decisions of the county, boards
of equalization, and those back ot It,
nnd the ofMce-bolders who are trying
to sneak something to their advan
tage thru the legislature, wita tne
help of certain Interests that hope
by such a law to steal some more
revenue away from the counties cf
the state, had better beware. ir thero
will be Initiated a law that will d
tome real consolidating and eliminate
them from further plundering of the
These are dark days for Germany
because she put out the light or truth.
Long Island City Star.
;8ee ChOcate Smith for Are, life.
ocideat amd health Insurance. 0X1
Afaia street. 24 '
If you can't get back ot the good
roads movement, Just send ror the
undertaker. You're dead and you
dont know It.
Now let us get busy and get the
Chamber or Commerce going. The
Good Roads Association has set a
pace that it will have to do some
hustling to follow.
If you are a real, wide-awake, up-to-the-minute,
business man, get back or the
Herald and help in its work of start
ing the development that needs
to be done In this county. The ad
vertising columns of this paper con
tain a directory of such mei. Is yout
name to be found there? If not, it
ought to be.
Don't leave it all for the Herald
to do. Do a little bit of bustling your
self. Every lit lo Help, and f each
one in the county will lend a haui.
there will be something doing every
minute, Oet busy'
,COI,LKCTIO.V OP GARBAGE
At the last meeting of the counH
there was submitted for consideration
a proposition bavins to do with th,
RIM HOT WATE1
IDF TOW HMESME A
ays we cant help but look
tter and fsel better
after an Inside bath.
To look one's best and feel one's best
Is to enjoy an Inside bath each morn
ing to flush from the system the previ
ous day's waste, sour fermentations
and poisonous toxins before it Is ab
sorbed Into the blood. Just as coal,
when it burns, leaves behind a certain
amount of Incombustible material In
the form of ashes, so food and drink
taken each day leaves In the alimen
tary organs a certain amount of indi-;
geatible materlalwblcb If .not eliminat
ed,, form toxins and polbons which are I
then sucked Into the blood through the I
very ducts which are Intended to suck I
In only nouilsbment to sustain the
If you want to see the glow of healthy
bloom in your cheeks, to see your akin
get clearer and clearer, you are told to
drink" every morning upon arising, a
glass of hot water wltb a teaspoonful
of limestone phosphate in it, which Ih a
harmless means of washing the waste
material nnd toxins from the stomach,
liver, kidneys and bowels, thus cleans
ing, sweetening and purifying the en
tire alimentary tract, before .putting
more food into the stomach.
Men and women wltb sallow skins,
liver spots, pimples or palld complex
Ion, also those who wake up with a
coated tongue, bad taste, nasty breath,
others who are bothered with head
aches, bilious spells, acid stomach or
constipation should begin this plios
pbated hot water drinking, and are as
sured of very pronounced results in
one or two weeks.
A quarter pound of limestone phos
phate costs very little at the drug store
but Is sufficient to demonstrate that
just as soap and hot water cleanses,
purifies and freshens the skin on tne
outside, so bot water and limestone
phosphate act on the Inside organs
We must always consider that internal
sanitation Is vastly more Important
than outside cleanliness, because the
skin pores do not absorb impurities
Into the blood, while the bowels pores ,
do. Adr. I
Select Pinnies CriNrutlon
CI.AHA KIMIIAMi YOIWG
TUB HOL'Si: OF GLASS"
Tuo lte'K of ("oineily
Ailnib-ioii () Aj '-I." H'lits.
Show Starts 7:iH) anil 0:15.
lllue Iliril Pliotoplnjs
"WIX.VKR TAKi:S AM."
An up to the minute Western Story
Also Hearst Pathe Xcits Late-it
War Pictures ami Current Ktents
Admission 10 .V- l. (cuts' Matinee
M!0. Kieiiings 7::lf X I).
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TUESDAYS AND SATURDAYS
It isn't economy anil It
isn't uise to buy tin) thing
liuf Hie best In drugs. '
We bate gained the con
fidence of our customers by
selling drugs of the highest
quallt) only. You cannot
buy nny other kind here,
mill ou are mImujs safe
anil sure that nothing but
the best drugs it ill be sold
in this store.
V . KL-VMATH FALLS OPECOM !? I
-. nUI, lM II rMUU UKLUUIl 1, f
- Ct W,TLA PfO'hS
. T.l 06 TAiti
Cement Work of nil Kinds
Let Me Make You an
W. D. MILLER
V iLMurx J
A MAN said recently: "I do not mind
m paying a good price for real value, but
I certainly object to paying a high' price for a
You may feel that way about clothing.
You know it isnt possible to keep up quality
standards at former prices. You are willing
to pay enough to get good values, but you
want to be sure to get it.
Hart Schaffner & Marx
clothes that save
the fine, high class, guaranteed values
want. We guarantee your satisfaction
with them; they ar6 all-wool.
These splendid suits and overcoats are a
real economy. They last long; you don't
have to replace them soon; they save money
for you and materials and energy for the
If you don't need clothes, it's patriotic ,
not to buy new ones, but if you do need
clothing, come to us and get
The home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes
"THE WRONG FLAT'
Two Reel Jester Comedy
"14 CP PPIfP"
"A MAN'S WORLD"
"AN ALIEN ENEMY"
"Riders of the Purple Sage"
Admission 10c and 20c
A clillil iiccoiiimnleil by par
ent admitted fri'it with u 20c
'MiIh Theater now properly
Heated mill Ventilutisl.
Fumlicutei! every nlgbt
OF II MONTH
STATIC CAIMTOU Sulom, Or., Jan.
22, (Special). It Ik barely poimlblii
Will! S.U.'ISTO FLUSH KIII.NKYS,
II IIAt K HI'ltTKOIt IIL.I)I)I:R '
Jnfco combined wltb lltblit, nnil lm
been itKod for Ronorntlonii to flnnU
unil Htlmnlutu nIukkIhIi kldnoyH, nlxo
i io niiiiirniizo tun acniH in urine so u
no loiiKer Irritates, tlitm ottdliiK lilml
Jad Stilts Ik Inuxpcntilvc; cutinot
ttlllir.. f.kt.l ..,f.l..i. n .1 ..I l.al.. I ..ff.tr.
I mijiiiu, .1,(11 iUUIWB U UUHKUIIMI Uliui-
I viiiicfiii lltlilti.wntor drink. Adv
H you in lift litivn your munt ovory i
tiny, eat it. lint fliiHh your Iddnoynl
Unit a final decision on tliu question ! "'' Ha,tH nfaslonully, aay.i a tinted
(minority ulio lulls us Hint mo.".
forms uric acid which aliunt lu.inly.j
zes tho lldiioys In tlmlr efforts to'
expel !t l;om the blood. T.ny bo!
of an Increase In rutoa for tho Pacific
Telephone & Telegraph Company may
not como from tho Public Sorvlco
Comlsslon until Into In February, orl
possibility until after tho adjourn-1
ont of tho Legislature. I
Tho telephone company asked for
n hearing on January 20, to present '
further data, and the Commission bud
contemplated bunding down Its order
u row weeks uftorward,
Influenzu bus been at work bow
over, umong the companies and tho
Commission's employes, ami u.s a re
sult tho bearing slated ror January
will go over until somo time, lu Feb
t'liuiy, nnd It may not bu until some
time lu Match buforo tho order tomes
You'ro uclcome to n calendar fiy
Ibo New Year. We have u good sup
ply of homely ones nnd some pretty
one. Chllcote it Smith. 24
ioiuu muiu'Ibii ami woiiKen, tius-i ii
turret "llli a dull misery lit tho Md
!". ii'Hl'iii. tharp p.t-m In tin, Inch
I slit 'l'vilafho, dlzzl'.iMi, m
much Hours, totiguo Is eontml nutl
the wuallicr Is bad you bnvo rhou
malic twinges. Tho uilno gets
cloudy, fitM of sudliuoiit, the chiinnol'i
often get soto anil Irtllutuil, ohllgltig
vtid to seuk lol'ef two or tbreo times
dutlng the nlglit.
To nnutrnllru those Irritating nclds,
to clntinsn thu kldnuiH mid flush orf
tho body's urinous wuiito gut four
ounces of .Tad Halts from tho phar
macy heni, take two lahlosooonfuls lu
a glass of water butoro breakfast for n i
w dajs nnd your kldney.s will thou I.
ft film, TblH fniiinini nulls Is madoij
from thu uclil of grapes anil lemon I
A.NYWlllJIti: IN THU CITY
New City Laundry
VVc Guarantee Our Work.
Ohlrtu nd CoIMm Laundered
We alan uaeh illk, wool, and col
ored god very carefully. Try u
once and be convinced. Our price
rn right. Phone 154.
127 Fourth Street
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