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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
J. .M U 11 It A V
Published dnlly except Sunday hv
The IlernUl Publishing Comp.inj of
Klamath Falls, nt 115 Fourth street
Entered nt tho postolllce at Klntn
eth Falls, Ore , for transmission thru
the malls ns second-class matter.
Subscription terms by mall to an
address In tho United States: I
Ono year $5 00 ;
One month - 50 ,
Member of Hie Associated Press
Tho Assorlnted Press Is oxelusivelv
entitled to the use for republication
of all nows dispatches credited to It
or not otherwise credited in this pa
per, nnd also local uevvs published
All rights of republication of spe
cial dispatches herein are also re-i
and cannot legally bo used for that
purpose .and Mr DeLnp ccrtalnl.
uimws it caln If It Is the mode
of procedure to deduct any of these
l funds from the general Indebtedness.
I why discriminate In favor of these
two particular funds and innore all
other Why not deduct the cash on
hand In nil other funds the fecbool.
ihe llbrurv. (he sculp bounty nnd all
others, which would enable him to
make o more Haltering showing, as
well as a greater deception, which. In
this Instance he could Just n truth
fully make the .statement thai the
county was onl In debt $56,000? No
doubt many would bo more than
pleased to heir this statement, but
how nbout the iredltors?
Vs old farmers of the Hood 15 ov
ernimnt League certainly have Reed
reasons to be sincere in our bollef
that tho indebtedness of Klamath
County on .lanuarj 1. 191!', was, and
is. $213, SS0 63, Instead of $132,
2 IP. 64 ,or more than $s1.00fl more
than Mr DPLap stir it l
However, if we are in error, we
tand readv with the most abject
apolog Ke-peitfull ours.
II KM MITT.
I.ITTI.K NinKl.KllirS ON LOCAL HAI VRNIN08
1MOVO TIIK PKOPI.K OK THIS CITV AND VICINITY.
(iOIVHS AM) OOMLM1S OF I, OCA I, FOLKS
i: A Whalen Is a Klamath Falls
visitor from Portland.
J. K Hill is down on matteis of
business fiom Chilmiulu. , .
1. 11. Xowton came In on last ecn-'
lupf's train finm llornbrook. I
U. Larkoy was an outgoing passen
ger this morning for Uunsuiuir.
SI. J. Hiker is a recent arrival from
M. S West of the lllg Lakes Hot
Company, who has beun 111 for the
past few, days Is much Improved.
It. Languor ctutio In on the train
last evening from Chlco, California.
Ho is 11 guest today at tho Hotel Hall.
Mr unci Mm. K. S. Kerby left this
moinliiK for Derrlugton, Washington,
wheio they expect to remain In tho
i DOT GIVE UP
Dotintt Ho came in last evening. I 1
WKDXKSDAY, I-'KHIU'AKY .i, 11)111
Dniinngc In .Mills Addition.
Tho people of the Mills Addition
nro clamoring for relief from the
water-soaked condition of that ec
tlon of the city, and the are entitled
to the relief they are demanding. The
city simply has to do something f'"'
them, and one of tho most effective
plans for rendering this, assistance
Is to work thru the Reclamation Serv
ice. There Is no question but that
most, if not all, of the water come.
from the main canal. Whether it
does or not, enough of it comes from
this source, to warrant our going to
the government and asking it to Join
hands with us and help remove the
Two things are needed and must
be supplied to this addition drain
age and sewerage. Doth may be in
stalled at the same time. The c
Iiense could thus be divided and make
the cost sufficiently light for each
as to Justify the Investment.
Under the contract between the
government and tho water users, the
Reclamation Service is .supposed to
furnish drainage. This is accom
plished by the additional payment of
$12.50 per ncre, payable In twenty
equal annual Installments, without
interest, the first payment to be made
following the last payment for con
struction. Why can't the city enter
Into a contract with the government
and have it advance the funds for
tho drainage of the Mills Addition
under these same conditions? All of
this property, we believe, comes with
in the project and is paying construc
tion charges. Then if the government
will advance this money, the city
could then enter into an arrangement
whereby the trunk sewers could be
placed In the same ditch with the
drain tile that would. have to be used,
bearing part of the expense of the
digging of the ditch. In this way a
thorough, permanent and Invaluable
Improvement could be made, and at
a cost that would not be a burden on
this property. The cost would not
have to be repaid until the increase
In value of the property would be
sufficient to easily carry It, and then
It would bo in such small annual
payments, without interest, that it
qever would be a burden on any prop
Tho city should make an effort to
do something along this line We
think the Reclamation Service will
see the Justice of it and gladly co
operate In putting it through.
STSTE FARMERS ;
Hi IN i
OREGON Aonici'irrRAi, COL
I.KGi:, Corvallls. Feb 4 Results of
todent campaigns conducted in It!
Oregon counties under tho direction
of the agricultural agents have been
compiled and show that TO S3 farm
ers co-operated in placing poison for
squirrels on 709,600 acres of private
land and jiublic domain, using ap
proximately 30 tons of poison and
saving crops estimated at $C4G,ri0.
Eight counties engaged in mole ex
termination campaigns The annual
report of Paul V. Maris, county agent
leader, shows that the number of
pelts pooled by agents wns 11,450
These brought $3n72 and saved $10.
9B.1 in crops.
O. 1. Dollnrhld Is In the city on
a bhort business visit from Algoma.
I'. W. Klfaudalo was among the'
tialn arrivals last night from Lu
Maui Ice Keen and Dave llreen urn
registered at thV Hotel Hall fiom
Men ill today.
SIr.s. Joe Sloore Is undergoing a !
siege of illness nt her home on West
Main Stieet. ,
.1 O. C.oldthwalto of tho Modoc
Lumber Company is here on business
"Miss C. L. Thomas left today for
her home at Dorrls after a short visit1
Ir Klamath Falls.
James and I'dwatd Havllna are'
transacting business in the County
seat from Malln.
Mrs. F. l. Patrick left today for'
Berkeley wheie she will spend some
time at the home of her daughter. .
Sir. and Sirs. J. A. Gordon and
little daughter Hope, left this morn
ing for San Francisco, where they
evpect to spend the next two weeks.
Oct a standard pulley from the
Chllcote & Smith agency. 24
FORDS TO I'VI'.NTl'ALLY
DETROIT, Feb. 3. The Ford Slot-
or Company has arranged to take i
over tho entiie production of tho
Liberty Starter Company .now pro
ducing approximately 500 starters a
day for the new Ford Sedan. I'ntil
now this factory was devoted entire
ly to war work, but with the termina
tion of the war. Ford began produc
tion of this electric starter on its
closed models, ultimately to Include
it, with slight price Inciease of the
car, to the entire line.
Let mi design your building:
Whether it be large or small, can
oave you moned and annoyance
Fight je.irs A1rhitect11r.il Practice
Pour j ears with I'ugiiicrr Corp
I. S. A.
LHXT. HI'RIIKHT A. PACK
Aichltect anil Structural l'ugineer
207 Odd Fellows Jlldg.
KLCKAItD RENT sntVICK
.Night Phone 315
DAVUNc; SATCKDAY KVEXIN'O
Thomas II. Inco Presents
"Till: FAMILY SKELKTOX"
:t ACTS OF VAPDKVILLK.
Admission 5 & :." Cents.
Show Starts 7::0 mill I): to.
HI tin I til cl Ken tines
Kdltor Herald I feel that it would
not be deemed Improper to analyze
tho county clerk's financial statement
of Klamath County, as published in
The Herald of January 27th.
This statement contains the follow fellow follew
ing: "Indebtedness of Klam.ith
County, January 1, 1919, $132,000,"
in round numbers,
Another Item in this sumo state
ment: "Outstanding general fund
warrants, $199,000; accrued interest,
!33,000; total, $232,000." With
still another Item- "General Fund
cash on hand, $19,000," which is ap
plicable to tho payment of general
fund warrants ,and which, If sub
tracted, would leave tho iudebted
ress of Klamath County $213,000,
Instead of $132,000, as per Mr. Do
Lup, or a difference of over $&1,000
This statement. Is mlslea'ding, and
does not conform to tho facts, accord
ing to his own statement: and neither
Is this tho first time his financial
statements havo been twisted In this
However, I find that by subtracting
the items of the cash on hand In both
the road and pourt house funds, to
gether with tho cash on hand in the
general fund, from tho general out
standing warrants and Interest, It
...... 1.1 innvn Mm nvnet amount, to dol
lars and conts, that Mr. DoLap says
is the indebtedness of the county.
Now. what right bus ho to doduct
the cash on liund In the court houso
and road funds from tho general fund
They ore not applicable to the pay
ment of general fund Indebtedness,
One of a Serlee of Informative Articles
on Dental Uuolene?ia. 10
TMAGINE a soldier
A aiming a great gun
behind the trenches
piloting a swift aero
plane above the clouds
vvllu u Madly aching and
decaylna tooth. L'nUo Hani
sees to It that Ills men taku.
care, of their teetli. Jlu lias a
htai' ordiiitlsta In each camp
who care for tho ticth of tho
dtfenden of our country. It's
tho man In hind the gun w ho
inu.t ho kept in trim, otlur
lu tho gun becomes u si I us.
In a bhort time, in tho ltotr
war, i;iilai.d had to ti-nd
homo moro than Hv o thousand
fcolilkrn, iu(m, liecuuo of
Jcitli vitally aTtel tho na
tion's hralin. Yet many ko
through lllu umh r tho fooll.h
!dler thai uicllk-lul Ucth aro
"komctliiiiK they can alna)a
haw." DcntUti havo proved
that artificial Kith, at hctt,
do only one-tenth of tho work
niulrul of natural tilth.
Many tilth, hound In out
ward appearance, aro Ixlng
undermined In decay. Of tin
tho pulp (nerve) hi eumes In
lee lul and die; pus tnrini,
whleh. taken Into tho blood,
inmates your entlru health.
Board of Dental IUamlner$
State of Oregon
TIKI'S OF YOl'TII" '
A Lj m's & Moran Comedy, !
Admission 10 & 15 icuIm Matlncc i
J.:il), Lveniiigs 7::iO & !. j
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE.
TUESDAYS AND SATURDAYS
Attorney W. II. A. Keuuer loft
this morning for l'ortlnnd, where he
expects to remain for u few days on
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. C.rlgg. who
have been herd for tho past two days
from I'ondleton left this morning for
Mrs. K. T. Shepherd left today for
Riweburg. where she will visit for n
weuk with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs.
II. S. Schoenfeld.
Mrs. C. W. Ilodson nnd L. T. Hod
sou are Klamath Falls visitors from
Portland. They are guests at tho
White I'ollcau Hotel.
L. S. Denton of tho Fort Klamath
district left this morning for the
Williamette Valley, whero he expects
to visit for some time.
Harry Fugle of the Fort Klamath
distiict came In yestordny afternoon
fiom that point and left on the stage
this- morning for nonanza.
Mrs. T. It. Smith who has been
visiting for a short timet with her
.son C. L. Smith, returned tills morn
ing to tier borne nt Medfdrd.
Thomas Stnnsbie and William Cul
ver left this morning for Redding,
California, where they expect to re
, main for an Indefinite time.
Dave Shook, a pioneer stockman
of Eastern Klamath County Is down
for a few days from Dairy. He Is
stopping at the Hotel Hall.
Mrs. J. J. Herllhy, who for three
land a half months left today for
1 Minneapolis. She will stop on the
way for n short visit at Seattle.
Mrs. A. L. Alexander returned last
evening from Portland, where shu
has been for the past month. She has
recovered from a siege of Illness.
I llert Wlthrow, of the Klamath
County Abstract Company and Will
iam Tlaum left this morning for the
woods where they will spend the
' next two days cruising.
i Tt. K. Smith left this morning for
San Francisco. He will join Mrs.
, Smith there and together they will
go to Long Reach and other southern
California points for a fortnight visit.
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Mattern of
Donaldson, Iowa, who have boeu
visiting for tho past four weeks at
the home of their daughter, Mrs. A.
II. Epperson, left this morning on
their return trip. They visited at
Southern California points on their
way here and will stop, for a visit
with another daughter at Welser,
Idaho, on their way homS. They are
much pleased with the climate and
general conditions of Klamath County.
LONDON, (Correspondent i of tbu
Associated Press). Indopondom't'
won by women during tbu war U not
going to the relinquished In a hiuiy,
say the uevvspapois In commenting on
tbu manner which thousands of Lou
don women, lining the streets during
tho reception to Field Marshnl Sir
Douglas Hulg.., Commander of tho
' Hritish armies In France, cheered
I him to the ocbo.
"They vvero vitally changed from
the women who used to be carefully
oseorted to pre-war pageants In tho
I London streets," observes one paper
J "It was evident these .women hud
learned the light to cheer, (lentool
fluttering of scrappy luuidUci chiefs
Is no longer good enough for the
womon who have worked nnd waited
thru tho gray days of sonow, when
war heroes rotun homo."
The crowds needed no urging to
make, way for women In uniform.
They soon found line places, and
wore among the most Insistant In
calling foi Field Marshal llnig while
tho official party was lunching In
Rucklnghnm Palace with tho King
High and shrill rang their voices.
j "We want Halg, We want Halg," and
when that failed to bring the com
mander of the Ilrltlsh armies in
France to the balcony, the led the
refrain "Halg, Halg, Halg."
As this did not get tho desired io
sult, they finally gavo It up and led
the gieat crowd In singing "Rule
llrltaunia." They vvpiu luiiu, there,
evciywheie, and were as much the
spirit of the occasion as woie the
soldiers of whom great number,
turned out to welramo tholr chief
The Great Marcus
THREE GREAT VAUDEVILLE ACTS
America's foremost jailbreaker, assisted by
Frank Earle, blackfaccd comedian, and Lew
Matney, variety musical entertainer.
Don't Miss It!
Free Street Exhibition
WEDNESDAY EVENING AT 7 P. M. SHARP
See Marcus escape from straitjacket while
suspended by feet in mid-air.
We uie Mpiulul pliable hmlher III
ladles half Holing You will hi
plciiicd with tho neatness of our
woik .Model 11 Shoe Store, 717 Main
ABLE TO GO DOWN
MItS. COX'S lMI'UOVKMK.NT KIXCK
TAKIXO TAXLAC I'HOVI'I) A
See Chllcoto & Smith for Are, life,
accident and health insurance 0.13
Main street. 24
ma n-rf n tut
H. W. POOLE, Owner
"SINS OF AMBITION"
"BIRDS OF PREY"
Bushman and Bayne
Admission 10c and 20c
A (hilil iicioiiipiinli'il by pur
cut admitted free with a "Oc
This Theater now properly
Heated anil Ventilated.
Fumigated every night
"It surely Is a Innl.ic noigbboihood
out where I live, for most everybody
I know is taking it with fine results,"
recently said Mrs. Flora Cox, of 1130
Vernon Ave., N'. I'., Poitland, in tell
ing of her Interesting oxpeiiencu with
the famous medicine,
"I was In such u bad slate of
health," continued Mis, Cox, "that
for the last three years I was hardly
able to go out anywhere at all. Soon
after eating an thing 1 would havo
a stuffy feeling like my .stomach was
filled wi"th gas, and often during the
night my heart would boat so bar
and fast I would simply have to gasii,
for breath, and sometimes when go
ing about tho house, I would get so
dizzy and feel so faint and weuk that
I wouldn't dare stoop over bccnu.so I
was afiald of falling. My nerves
were so upset that 'I Just couldn't
stand any nolso or excitement, and
I would He nwako night after night
listening to the ticking of the dock
and feeling like I would go instruct
ed If I didn't got some sleep or rest.
My Joints would swell and uche with
rheumatism till I could hardly stand
tho agony, and I would have such
teirlhle nervous headaches that many
a time I felt like I would bo better
off dead than allvo. Medicines did
me no good and I felt so lifoless It
was all I could do to diag myself
around and I hud almost given up
hope of over getting well.
"Well, now to show what Tunlac
has done for rac.ny ncives aio quiet
er, I havo gotten entirely over thoso
terrible headaches and I Hlcepall night
like a baby. That rheumatism Is al
most gono, and I am so much stiong-
er now that I do u lot of work that I
didn't daie attempt boforo. Why
Just last weok I went up town to do
some (Shopping and It was tho first
time In many months tliut I had been
able to get that fur from the houso
and I was mighty glad to bo able to
walk around town again. I expected
to get back home tired to (loath and
ready to drop; but tho way I kept up
was a grand surpilso not only to me
hut to my 4fi lends, for I hardly
felt tho exertion at all, I have gotten
all this wonderful Improvement from
only four bottles of Tanlac, and I
am going to keep on tutting It hh long
us It continues to help mo like It has
and Is still doing, for I Just can't af
ford to miss a single dose,"
Tnnlac Is sold In Klamath Palls by
the Star Drug Co., and In Lorella by
the James Merc. Co. Adv.
Ladies' & Men's
MADi: TO OHDF.lt
I1KHT OF WOUKMAXSIIIP
I'KHFKCT KIT (iUAItAXTi:i:i)
I 'rices ure verj ri'iiioniiblu
Your liixpvitlon Invited
Chas. J. Cizek
ftl4 Main HL
II lin't ciiiiioiii) mid It
lu't w lie to buy mi) tiling
but the bell In drug'.
Wr have gained the run.
Ildeiicc of our i-imliiiiicru by
M-llltig drug of Ilia lilghril
iimllty only. You runnel
buy nny other kind here,
nnd you nro nlivny. info
mid mire Hint nothing but
till best drllgi will be old
In thin More.
W'v , KLAMATH rALLS OK CtiOrl tpT?' I
It is glorious to be free to be free
from worries and cares.
Life is uncertain. Some days bring
health and happiness, other days sick
ness and trouble. At times money is
plentiful, at other times it is very scarce.
But no matter what happens, thrifty
men and women do not worry. They
have a Savings Account upon which
they may draw at any time to meet ev
We pay 4 per cent interest.
First State &
KLAMATH FALLS, .OREGON