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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 3, 1919)
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Published dally eicept Sunday hy
Tho Herald Publishing Company of
Klamath Falls, at 11R Fourth street
Hntorcd nl the postolltce at Klam-!
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of all news dispatches credited to it
or not otherwise credited In this pa
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All rights of republication of spe
cial dispatches herein are also re
served. MONDAY, KKItlll'AltV :, HMO
One of the measures before the
legislature that should be killed is
that proposing that all Mate work
shall bo dono only by state enfilojes
and these shall be under civil serv
ice. The people are beginning to
wnko up to the fact thnt civil service
is the greatest curse this nation has.
It has resulted In tho rule of govern-,
ment by bureaucrats. Once you getj
one of these barnacles fastened onto ..For flve ycars noxv j haVe bcen
the government payroll nothing short , 1(,0Ung for something that would re
of death can remove him, with thejee my troubles and Jiave found it
result that tho rules established by! last , Taniac sa,i fieorge L.
mem are nover cnancert and tney
openly defy legislatures, congress and
courts. Oregon has all of the civil
service it wants. Instead of creating
a state force o( workers, the rule
should be that every bit of work done
for the state would be by contract.
That would soon cut down the operat
ing expense of the state govern
ment. The voters of this state want to be
very careful in accepting without the
closest investigation tho consolida
tion bills now- before the legislature
and which are sure to go to the people
either on a referendum or the Initia
tive. The Herahl has already pointed
out one snake In this proposed pro
gram of "reform." That Is the move
to take away from the Board of Equ
allzation the power to fix assessments
nnd place it in the hands of a state
commission. This is something that
should be opposed with all the streng
tli of the people. Already we have
too much centralization of power In
the matter of fixing assessment. The
power to fix the assessments for rail-
roads and public Virilities should
never have been delegated absolutely
to a stute commission and the lav
should be amended to give the
Boards of Equalization some control
over what tho assessment shall be
It will be noticed that there Is 3
move thruout the whole United
State.s from Washington down to cen
tralize authoilty, for It has been dis
covered by certain powerful Interests
that the further It is removed from
the people tho easier it will be to get
what they desire, with less chance
of fixing the responsibility and se
curing redress. This proposed change
in the state law must never go into
HOW AllOCT WOOL?
Tho Department of Commerce has
Just issued a bulletin on "Protection
of Fur Beating Animals in Alaska."
Good, ns far as It goes.
The American sheep owner Is pay
ing fabulous prlce-s for feed and de
partment of Agriculture hns Just an
nounced higher fees for grazing privi
leges on forest reserves.
Congress has repealed the import
duty on wool. What Is It now going
to do for protection of wool bearing
animals In V. S.? Must the butcher
Tho following communication
greeted us this morning and we must
confess that It -started us off for the
week with thnt "grand and glorious
fooling" so essential to lightening
the burdens of llfo's weary pllgrlm
ngo Editor Herald Being one of those
who hellevo In giving praise when
praise Is due, and that It is a poor cus
tom which permits human beings to
heap flowers on a .man's grave for
tho good deeds ho has dono, after
ho's dead and gone, I take this me
thod of congratulating you upon the
nggresslvo. course your paper Is pur
suing" In all progressive movements
which huve for their object the future
welfare of Klamath Falls and Klam
This sort of a policy Is certainly a
welcome visitor and that It wilt
bring vory gratifying results If con
tinued, Is ix forgone conclusion,
Tho old suylng that "If you have
the VV6H, you don't need the PULL"
contdlmi more truth than poetry, and
am ." ,h 1 vo,f: "" so"!' i
mcnt or a large numoor 01 outers in
this County, when I any Hint you have
entered upon a work that will he ap-
piauJed b one and all who really
t rtti ... ..... lli,i,t I, lniin(v .r,,,,,i
.illl IV c.v miniimH hmj nv
into her own. The other class of
mudslinger and progress oUstrue
tors don't matter, and deserve no
consldeiatlon whatever Yoms for
success m vonr undertaking,
PEACE TERMS OFFERED
GERMANS THIS MONTH
PARIS. Kelt 3- Prellniinnri peace
terms will probably be presented to
0ermBy alone with the conditions
for further renewal of the armistice
this mouth The different nations
now realize the need more htan ever
for a return of normal peace condi
tions. TRAFFIC HGFJ
ItKOOIll) HAD IlKKX OOINO 1M)V
H1LL fXH SKVKHAL YHUS
IX KIXK SHAI'K AFTKK TAKIXfi
M,i,,t 79i Ponini lr k'nnus
City. Mo., the other day. Mr. Ilc
dord Is well-known In business cir
cles and holds the responsible posi
tion of traffic manager with the Ous
tin Bacon Manufacturing Company.
"For the past few years," ho con
tinued. "I have suffered constantly
fro.n stomach and liver trouble, and
although I tried different kinds of
treatments and diets 1 kept gettlna
worse all the time. My liver was so
sl.jggish that it wouldn't act at all
without my taking some kind of
troi:g purgative. I had a sallow, un
healthy look and would get up In the
morning feeling so dull and langdld
that I didn't have a bit of life about
me My food almost always gave me
indigestion, and I would have a mls-
ernble feeling In the pit of my stom
jacj, ag though what I had eaten had
formed a heavy lump there. 1 was
Ladiy constipated, and If I ate any
lunch at noon, 1 would always have
a n-eti hedache right afterwards, and
felt so drowsy and out of sorts that
I could hardly do my work. 1 had
always taken good care of myself and
couldn't understand what was the
cause of my trouble.
"Si.me three weeks ago I read a
notice In the papers about Tunlac
anil decided I would Investigate It.
Well. I have only taken three bottles
so far and I am actually feeling bet
ter today than I have for the past
five years. My appetite Is so much
bcteer that ( enjoy all I eat nnd I
c.in get anything 1 want without liav
ing the least touch of Indigestion
afterwards. All that mean sluggish
feeling is gone. I get up In the morn
ings feeling fine and can work now
without suffering from those awful
headaches. My skin has cleared up,
my liver Is working right and that
constipation has been remlved. I have
never taken a medicine that did mo
so much good as Tanlac and am glad
to recommend it to everybody "
Tanlac Is sold in Klamath Falls by
the Star Drug Co., .and In I.orella by
the James Merc. Co. Adv.
The use of Sage and Sulphur for
restoring faded, gray hair to Its nat
ural color dates back to grandmoth
er's 'Imc. She used it to keep her
hair beautifully dark, glossy and at
tractive. Whenever her hair took on
that dull, faded or streaked appear-
plied with wonderful effect.
auce, this simple mixture was ap-
But brewing at home Is mussy and
out-of-date. Nowadays, by asking at
any drug store for a 50 cent bottle of
"Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com
pound," you will get this famous old
preparation, improved by the addi
tion of other Ingredients, which can
be depended upon to restore natural
color and beauty to the hair,
A well known downtown druggist
says It darkena the liufr so natural
ly and evenly that nobody can tell it
has been applied. You simply damp
en a sponge or soft brush with It,
and draw this through your hair, tak
ing one strand at a time. By morn
ing the gray hair disappears, and af
ter auother application or two, It bo
comes beautifully dark and glossy. '
S OUT W TH FACTS
YOUR Mi HI
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I.ITTI.K SIDKLKHITS ON LOCAL HAI-FKNINGt
AMON'O TIIK PKOI'LK OK THIS CITY AND VICIXITT.
(SO1N0S AM) COMI.NOS OK LOCAL FOLKS
Conlei Is a city visitor
1. A. Taylor and (J. Cable are late
aritvals from 1'ortland.
l.tm RurKo is In town on matters
of business from Bonanza.
Preton Nine is down on
of business fiom Chlloiiuln.
Miss (J. Thomas Is a recent arrival
at tho Hotel Hall from Dorrls.
C. O. Ferris and family are In town
for a short time from Bonanza.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schallook are
vlsitlnu In Southern California.
T M. Durham has moved from HI ,
Conger Avenue to 11 19 Pine Street.
W T. Bradley is hereon business
for a short tlme'from Copco, Cullfor-.
Mr. and Mrs.
morning for a
Kglllie left this
visit at Weed,
H T. Stnhr Is looking after busi
ness Interests In this city from Weed,
Mr. nml Mrs. I,. C. McKeever left
this morning for Medford for a visit
W. II. Bll-s has returned to his
Wme at Hildebraud after a visit at
Chns McCartle. a sheepman of the
Merrill district is a Klamath Falls
business visitor. i
Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Warren Hunt
left yesterday morning for l.os Ang
eles, wheie they expect to spend the
next month enjoying the climate of
the far south.
DAXCIXO fJ'ATCIIDAY KVKXIXR
Till-: KKOZKX WAUXIXO"
Admission to & 2.-, rents.
Slum Starts 7::0 and 11:13.
A CLASS A TltlAXiiLK COMIIDY
lluu-st Pntlie Xeiis.
Admission m x ;
7::to & n.
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TUESDAYS AXD SATURDAYS
H. W. POOLE, Owner
. "LEST WE FORGET"
Featuring Rita Jolivet
A Survivor of th eLusitania Disaster
FAR-FLUNG BATTLE LINE
News of the Great War
"SINS OF AMBITION"
Admission 10c and 20c
A diilil iiccouipniileil by par
ent iiduiilli-il free iiltli a i!Oc
Mr and Mrs A. Kn rim worth nrn" imsltioss trip to Mult l-ratieisco
In Klamath Kails for a short time
Mr. and Mrs. Will Wood are in thoi
city from Rugcne. They uro stopping I
at the Hotel Hall. I
I II. C. Ilrndbury wns a county
visitor Saturday from
the Klamath llasln.
(luy Merrill of the Merrill district'
i paid the County sent n business visit'
Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles dates are
County seat visitors today from their
ranch near Bonanza.
K. A. Thomas Is a Klamath Falls
visitor from Berkeley He arrived on
the train last evening.
It. C. Briggs of'the United State
ecological Survey Is here for a short
time on official business.
I.. K. Thayer Is lu tho County-ie-it
on matters of tiusiness from nouanxa
today He is stopping at tho Hall.
' A. I.. Marshal bought supplies from
the Klamath Falls merchants for his
' ranch at Olcne. .Saturday afteritaon.
J. L. Span-atom and Dr. W. S.
.lohnson' returned to Bonanza Satur
day after a short business visit here.
M. J. I.) tie is looking after bust
ness Interests nt hte County seat from
the Bonanza district. He Is stopping
at the-Washington Rommlng House.
1 Lester Simmons was among the
; arrivals last evening. He Is register
1 ed nt the White Pelican Hotel from
Mr. and Mrs.
Will Eslcs arc here
from Dunsmuir for n snort visit, at
the home or Mr. nnd Mrs. II. A.
II. V. Orlffln wns among the train
arrivals last evening. He Is register
ed at the Hotel Hall from I.uke Helm.
j Miss Gladys Poole, who Is em
, ployed In the Southern Pacific offlco
, here, has left for a visit with her
sister, Mrs. II. C. Cowley at I.orella.
j Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Salthouse and
I family and H. C. Short are here from
, I.oveland, Colorado looking over the
p country with an Idea of sottllng. They
are stopping nt tho Washington
' Alex Itosborougb, vice president of
the California. 'Oregon Power Com-
' pnny is in the city on business from
Sun Francisco. He came In Saturdny
evening anlis stopping at the White
Rev. W. M. Ferris left this morn
ing for his home in Ashlnnd after oc
cupying the pulpit at the Baptist
Chuich here yesterday. He Is much
Impressed with the possibilities of
Henry Cloystein and family left
this morning for their home at Eu
gene after n visit here at the "home
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Andrews.
Mr. Andrews Is Identified with the
Sugnrman Clothing Store here.
! Mr. and
Mrs. Earl Whitlock re
evening from Portland
have been for the past
Mr. Whitlock- suffered
a nervous breakdown and was com
I polled to seek a change and rest. He
I returns greatly Improved.
This Theater now properly
Ilcutcxl and Ventilated,
KuinlKittcd every night
Klamath County News , lHEvVKH
' MT. LAKI S?M)liB
UrlztTe left Wednesday
A party was given Kildny evening
i.it the home of Mr and Mrs. Will
Cheyne In honor of Private Carl Stew
wait who has Just returned ftoiu
Camp Lewis. The guest picieul
were,' Mr. nnij Mrs. MrClcllun, Mi
ami Mis T. X. Case, Mr. and Mrs
II. O. Morrison, Mr. and Mrs, It. T
Cheyuo, Mr. and Mis, J. It. Klllott.
Mr. and Mrs. Scot Thompson, Mr.
and Mrs. Alex Cheyne, Mr. and Mrs
Hurt Dawson, Mr, and Mrs. Frank
Stewart, Misses lltlth nnd (Irnce. Pat-'
till, Myrllo Buttler, Vloln Cheyun. .
Messrs Kenneth Case, Billy O'llryun.i
Frntjk Klllott. All present report mil
enjoyable evening. i
Alex Cheyne was a business visitor
In Klnmnth Falls .Saturday, I
Hurt Dawson and Will Butler
j """' "no "R Sntu.dny
I No Hoovorlzlng for them now the war
I Is over.
Warren Patterson has 'Just couiplet
ed an addition to his residence.
Harry Booth IA drugging the toads
this week botw-een Henley and Ml
Mrs. J. D. Hooper and little son.
Bernard were Klnmnth Falls visitors
O. D. Young was lu Klamnth Falls
Wngoner Fred A Bliss returned
from overseas Wednesday evening
and he brought with him sevoinl
souvenirs also his gns'nniik nml "Tin
i hat" and a French
dog, which wns
(his pet "over there". ,
, Victor Oofflc Is moving Into his
new homo on Miller Island.
Mr. and Mrs. Kltz of
Snider sawmill were lu Bonanza
Mr. Hank O'Brien and Mr A, B.
Rrightmnn nre going to Bentty Ore
gon next week to build a store for
Mr. J. L. Spnrratorn.
The B. P. 'l. Students' Body held
Its regular meeting on Friday, Janu
ary, 31, After settling all old busi
ness the organizing a Girl's and Boys'
Industrial Club wns proposod. Every
one was very enthusiastic and were
very anxious to organize a club, Each
signified the department he preforr-j
ed. Tho organization will tn com
pleted nt tho next Student's Body
moetlng. Tho departments and pros
pective mombors nto as follows. Oar
denlng, James Paddock, Bruce Ileus
ton, and Frank Crnpscr; Llvo Stock,
Frank Cropser; Cooking, Mllburn '
llurk,, Mildred Bunn, Bruce Houston, '
Lois Houston, Blrdlo Hamaker, Doro
thy Breedlovo, Otis Muxwcll, Joy ,
Burkhart. Audrey M. Lewis, William
Brlghtmnn, Fannie Houston, (leargo
Maxwell, Elsie Ilueck, ;
Assistant yell 'leader, (leorge Max
well resigned In favor or his hrothor',
Earl Hamaker and Ross Flnley
from Klamnth Falls passed thru Bon
anza on their way to Illy.
Mr. Daniels nnd Horare Daniels
went to Klamath Falls Friday, Jan.
31. to bring homo tho tractor which
they bought. Miss Audrey M. Lewis
stayed with Mrs. Daniels while tho
men folks were away,
The eighth grade met at tho home
jof Joy Butkhart Saturday t,o study
Instead of- meeting at tho school
When coming to school Friday ,
morning, Bruce Houston one of tho
students saw a wild cat, Tho cat was ,
j sitting on a culvort Just north of,
I Benjamin Reed's house. On seeing
I tho boy approaching, the cat ran I
across the field and Into the rim
rocks Just beyond. I
pits Is test week In Bnnanzn, In'
the 6th grade physiology test ono
question wns "Namo tho threo '
small bones of tho ear " On answer-1
, Ing this question, Mllburn Burk wroto
"Tho hnmmar, anvil and evldontly
ho forgot the other namo but remem
bering It bad something to do with a
horso he wrote "horso Hhoo,"
LKAVK FOR IOH A.N'OKLKH.
Mrs. James Swanseu, arnompunled
by her two little boys has loft for
Southern California, whero she was,
called by the jllnoss of her parontu at
t.os Angoiea. Jtor rainer huh noon
seriously III and the mother sustained
Aorlouu Injuries from u fall while at
tending him, Mr. Swansen went
with them but will return Immediately.
- 0. 1). UrUtTe left Wednesday on EtjJY. . J'.itfetW
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mind Is best suited fur tiululnu mid
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When tlit(iYI llaik lliiuie
If tlii-y'K lilt) ItirtlK the I. nl
when he gits hack homi- fr.
laud thnt we live on In the honi'i In
the (limb, ever) single llctn In
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like he wants 'Mil. an' the) ll nl bi
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Vo'ie here to tiiako n fuss with (ho
highest halleluiahs, 'bout the Imji
that roiiKhl fer us' Alliiuia Con
Hlltiillon. She linen It
'The pinffKNor seems lo be a nin
of rale Klfl.s," remarked Mr .NVjr
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OU know the
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