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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
haitiidav, ri:muvitv H, iln
! : :
The Evening Herald
i:. j. m v u n a v
, In the early days there wore always
Published dully except Sundny by j0jjy times. The population was
The noraniPuhllshlne Company of d , reslu0Ilts ot 10s0 days
Klamath Falls, at 115 Fourth street ... ...
. . looked upon each others more as
Entored nt tho postoillco at Klatu-: members of the same family than as
nth Falls, Ore., for transmission thru neighbors and friends. Of course,
the mails as second-class matter. tlCy jKi nulr Quarrels. Just like any
' fnmilv. and they had their fun, too.
J"X r ,0 ""Vr any of those o,d,.,ors. as
0no year J5.00 we of recent residence here are wont
Ono month l'"".'..'.'Z'.. .'"...' to call them, not in a disparaging
sense, but more in tho nature of trth-
Moinber of the Associated Pros j . . toc0(hor. and you can get
. . . . .....,
of all news dispatches credited to
nr nnt otherwise credited In this Iia
nnr nn.l nl-ii Inral finn-a 1-11 1.1 Islletl
All rigius oi repuniicauon oi spe -
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SATl'RDAY, FEHIUWKY 8. 1010
POLITICAL IMIOPAGANIIA IN Till:
The following article from the
"National Republican" will make
teresting reading for many. There Is
finite n large number of the paper
referred to distributed in the schools'
of this city. The subscriptions tnere -
to were procured and given under
the Impression that it was a non
partisan publication, devoted to
chronicling current events for the In
formation and instruction ot the
young pupils of tho schools. But evi
dently this was pure fraud, for the
article quoted below Is not the tlrsi,
for It has been preceded by many
others making bitter attacks on the
republican party, and going so rar as
to accuse some or Its greatest leaders
as being guilty or near pro-Germanism,
among them being Senator
Lodge, the late !x-President Roose
velt, and others.
The school authorities should ex
ercise greater care in the Introduc
tion into the school rooms of publi
cations about which they are unfa
miliar, and even then each Issue
shduld be closely censored. The
country is filled with schemes ,for the
introduction of all kinds or Isms into
the public schools, and every precau
tion should be taken by the authori
ties to see lhat some of these are not
introduced into the schools under
The article in question rollews:
Another evidence ot the tendency
to introduce political propaganda in
the public schools Is shown in the Is
sue of "Current Events," a "school pa
per issued from Chicago, 111., and
said to have a larger circulation than
any other school paper in tho world.
This paper is subscribed tor by school
boards, teachers and pupils, and dis
tributed in large quantities as a con
densed review of public events. Here
is what it has to say about the elec
tion result of November 5th:
"Everywhere people are asking,
What did it?' Why did the people
vote as they did? Why did they
sharply rebuke an administration
that had done such great things and
was just concluding a successful war?
Many explanation were offered, but
none seemed completely to fit the
facts. Perhaps the most plausible
was the. theory that great numbers
of the people didn't like the peace
notes, resented their polite tone and
didn't think the time had come to
end the war. These people were re
inforced by voters at the other ey-
treuie--lhe Germans, pro-Germans
anu paciiisis, an oi mem voteu for
tho republican congressional candi
dates as a means of rebuking Presi
dent WlUon ror his anti-Germanism."
Tumulty himself couldn t have
done a better -Job of ascribing the
democratic defeat to the ignoiant end
unpatriotic vote. If "Current Events"
wants to hand out that sort of stuff
to school children, well and good, but
if it intends to continue such a pol
icy It should not bo distributed uiuIt
ti nun-partisan label.
Sec Chilcolo & Smith for fire, life,
accident und health Insurance. 0:lU
Main street. 24
PUT CREAM IN NOSE
AND STOP CATARRH
Tells How To Open Clogged Nos
trils and End Head-Colds.
You feel flno In a few moments.
Your cold In head or catarrh will be
fe'one,. Your clogged nostrils will ,
open, Tho uir passages of your head
will clear and you can breathe freely.
No more dullness, headache; no
hawking, snuffling, mucous dis
charges or dryness; no struggling for
breath at night.
Toll your druggist you want a small
hottlo of Ely's Cream Balm. Apply
n little of this fragrant, antiseptic
Tho Associated l'rcss is exc usiteiy , ,lipw star,ou. you are sure to Hear
entitled to tho use for republication,, r. miv, ,,rostic stories.
crealu In your nostrils, lot it penetrate and lemon Juice, combined with llth
thru evory air passage of the head;, la and Is used with excellent results
Hootlio and heal the swollen, inflamed by thousands of folks who uro subject
mucous membrane, and relief comes
It Is Just what every cold and ca
tarrh sufferer needs. Don't stay stuf-fed-up
TALK OF THE TOWN
IIY l NO.
. . ... i ,o
I was ronunaie ciwumi m w firn-m
nt one lit tllOSe lUCCtlngS
between "Dave" Shook of Hairy and
, ..n, fe.. tammond of this city, nolo
! - .. ... .!.... ..? fl.to
lMUN " .. -
. .. vprv .-any u;ij ui mi.-,
inre of I lie very earij u.i " ....-.
'community, and both have had Inngi
land Interesting experiences.
Dick, or the "Colonel." as I like to
t .. . . .... ... . ,. i
!ca" ,,,m- l0M al a ,r'P ne ma,,e ,romi
the northern end of the county many
, years ago, and on the way don to
I the county sent one of his friends;
asked him to bring him back a bottle i
nf -Oh. be iovfuH" Dick, of course
11,0 agreed, for it was one of the rules of j
'".the dav that you must supply the!
in-'tne day that you must supply
needs of your neighbor, whatever
they might be.
When the Colonel started home one
0( the last purchases he made was
the bottle of John Barleycorn for hlsi
friend. He put It In the breast
pocket of his coat, but failed to drive (
the cork in securely, and In tho trip j
back home on horseback the jogging
forced the stopper out of the bottle.'
When the Colonel reached Yalnax
his friend, who by this time had
worked up a pretty good thirst, met
the Colonel, hut he had already
reached the dining room, followed by
his thirsty friend, who took a seat
The sub-agent at that tlmo had
quite a religious streak in his make
up, and every meal was preceded by)
prayer, the blessing on this day being i
.'unusually long. Finally the meal was
over, and both men adjourned to the,
f .!, klt.llnn wharn Iho Pol. I
rear of the building, where the Col
onel reached for and brought forth
the bottle, .the thirsty one in the
"Lord, Dick, I thought he never
would finish that prayer. I'm so
thirsty I could die."
By this time the bottle was in plain
sight, and the Colonel says he never
will forget the look of amazement
that came over the face of his friend.
He lived ror many years arter, but
the Colonel'could never convince'him
that the loss ot the whiskey was an
accident, and even though the Col
onel was known as a teetotler, there
was one man who believed to his last
day that he drank the whiskey on
the tray back.
Get a standard policy from the
Chllcote & Smith agency. 24
TELI.S RHEUMATISM SUFFERERS
TO TAKE SALTS AND GET
RID OF URIC ACID
Rheumatism is no respecter of age,
sex, color or rank. If not the most
dangerous of human afflictions It Is
one of the most painful. Those sub
ject to rheumatism should eat Ies3
meat, dress as warmly as possible,
avoid any undue exposure and, above
all, drink lots of pure water .
Rheumatism Is caused by uric acid
which Is generated in the bowels and
absorbed Into the blood. It is the
function of the kidneys to filter this
acid from the blood and cast it out
in tile urine; the pores of the skin
are also a means of freeing the blood
of this impurity. In damp and chilly
cold weather tho skin pores are dos
ed thus forcing the kidneys to do
double work, they become weak and
sluggish and fall to eliminate this
uric acid which keeps acumulatlng
and circulating thru the system event
ually settling in the joints and mus
cles causing stiffness, soreness and
pain culled rheumatism.
At tho first twinge of rheumatism
get trom any pharmacy about four
ounces of Jad Salts; put a tablespoon.
f ul In a glass of water and drink be-
.fore breakfast each morning for ai
week. This Is suid 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 the acid of grapes
to rlioiimatlsm. Here you have a
pleasant effervescent Ilthla-water
drink which overcomes uric acid and
is beneficial to your kidneys as well.
LITTLE NIDKLKHITS OX LOCAL HAIPENINOS
A MONO THE PEOPLE OK THIS C1TV AND VICINITY.
HOINOS AMI COMINGS OK LOCAL FOLKS
A. MucbauKh Is a county seat vial-
tor from Clittoquln.
C. E. Jay Is here attending to busi
ness matters fiom Merrill. , M. Kitchen or Newport. Oregon is
t... . . ...... ,...'1" ",0 cl,-v for sl,orl business visit.
" " .. '""i .?. hK4 ""MIU is stopping at tho Washington
morning on the stage for Illy.
II 1. .Iniliia wiiu nmnni !.. ?l-llii
alTvals last night from Dorrls.
- " -'
I W P. S..i1i?. nf D.'ilrv Lift III 1.4
, - -
morning lor uaKianu, iniuornin.
j s A
McDonuaught of Salt Lake
uh.v is nere ior a snort uiisines-s visit.
.. ... .... ...
n. J. Masters of Ilunsmnlr Is re-
I Bistereil nt the White I'elican Hotel
M. L. Pecker. C. W. Harrison and
o. Morrison are guests at the Hotel
ji.,h (rom Portland.
f .. ....
""' w "ore lor a snort nine
"om Uunsmulr. He Is registered at
,lle Washington House.
., n n to,.i w n,io ,ri.,o.
....... v.. . ..u... ....i ww. ............
for Emmltt Idaho where she was call-
eo uj me. iiiness ui ner iiiuuiei.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Eskelson, who '
have been In Klamath Falls since thuj
DANCING SATURDAY KYENING
Famous Players 1'rpscntN
"THE HUN WITHIN"
n()m)THV fJSn & (Ji:o. KAWCKTT.
AN ALL STAR CAST
Not A War Picture, An
SUNDAY & MONDAY
Goldtvyn Presents .
"THE SEHYICE STAR"
A Mve Story of u Slacker Who Iliiilt
his own Prison.
Tito Heels of Comedy.
Admission 10 & 25 cents. Show
Starts 7:i!0 and :l..
Jessie L. Ijisky Prrensi
"THE GOOSE GIRL"
The Gauniont Weekly
SUNDAY & MONDAY
"THE SHADOW WITHIN"
Hearst Patho News
Admission 10 & 15 rents: Malinvc
J.:. Evenings 7::i & 0.
ME-DDTI I rtocDA urtf let"
IVltKKILL Uffc-KA HUU&fc.
MOTION I'lCTUItEb i
TUESDAYS AND SATURDAYS ,
H. W. POOLE, Owner
"WHEN A WOMAN SINS"
Henry B. Walthall
"HOOPS OF STEEL"
"Hearst News" Latest Current Events
"Mutt and Jeff" Animated Cartoon
"The Song and the Sargent" By O. Henry
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
The only Theda Bara in .
"WHEN A WOMAN SINS"
SUNDAY AND MONDAY MATINEE
Admission 10c and 20c
A child accompanied by par
ent nilniltted frco ttitli a 20c
death of their son. O. J. Kskelson
(here, returned this morning to their;
homo at Lexington, Oregon.
Mrs K. A. McColluni has uonn to
Worden where she expects to spend
.the next week with Mr. .McColluni s
R. C. Vochatier of the Merrill dp?
ti let Is looking niter mutton of busi
ness at tho County hih. IP; Is stopp.
Ina at the Hotel Hill.
Itevorend M. C. Hothnian of tho
Lutheran Church here, left this morn-1
,nK for fiol(I , whoro , c ,
,.,..., " ... '
n r,viii iiiiiwi i i n
J. ntzil wlwi hnu li.iti In tlt I
" "- ''
cltv from Oorrls for a few days on
. business returned to that nolnt on
i tno tr.,M t,,s n,ornK
M Kj ijimm of the Ijiinin I.umlior
company at Modoc Point Is down for
slmrl hiislnna vl.li lloU.iniiiii.ii
llt t,le 'hlte Pelican Hotel.
T j 0won is reret nrrlval in
Klamath Falls from Weed, California.'
" - ..w... .... ...-,,, in ..ivi.in in
. Tom Smith left this morning for,"1 " c,OCK """ "vor " utinesuay
1 hLs homo at Ueatty after a short visit. ovonl,,B ut 7::1- A" "r,) wclcomo.
j The subject of lesson for Sunday,
I E. C. Frnzlor and F. C. KlnUuua. February 9. Is "Spirit."
well known residents of the Merrill -rim Sun.lav sclwwii ,wi.,m u ,v
secuon are looKing auer ousiness in-
' terests In Klamath Fulls today. They
are guests nt the Hotel Hall.
I J. R. Welch of the Dairy district
: ...i , ., . . . . ....
, imio suiiereu mi injury lo ins-loin
'recently when a large rock relled:
upon it and who has been hero for
medical intention, returned to bis
, home this morning.
George Wutt, who has been spend-)
ing the winter months with his family
in San Francisco, returned last night
. . . .
" WI" ue 'eu a snort nine
; by his wife and children. He roports
that .Mrs. Watt was taken 111 during
their stay in tho south and had to
undergo an operation. She is fast
getting over the effects of this how.
ever, and regaining her health.
TORTUHK AND MISERY WITH
OLD "ST. JACOIIS LINIMENT"
Get a small trial bottle!
Rub this soothing, penetrating linl-
i '! END PI
INSTANT RELIEF FKOM NERVE
iment right Into the sore, Inflamed J Joint Christian Endeavor s;-v!ce
I nerves, and like magic neuralgia! with us at 6:.30 p. in..
disappears. "St. Jacobs Llnlmonf'j Special music ut tho churcl- sei
I conquers pain. It Is a harmless neu-jV.'ces.
jralgla relief which doesn't burn or Everyone Is urged to bring n spe
I discolor the skin. t la' liberal offering for Home Mis-
j Don't suffer! It's so needless. Get, sl"ns Sunday morning.
ta small trial bottle from anv druc I
i - i
store and centlv rub the "achlnirl
nerves" and In just a moment you.Wno and Ninth streets.
will be absolutely free from pain, In the beginning ot my work al
ache and suffering, but what will1
Please you more is, that the misery
wl not com0 ,mcki
No difference whether your pain or
neuralgia misery Is in tho face, head
lor any part of the body, you get in-
I slant relief and without Injury .-
This Theater now properly
Heated and Ventllutcd.
Fumigated every night
AT THE CHURCHES
NOTICE- -In order to Insure pub
llcatlou, copy for church uniinuuco
inentH must be at Tho Herald utlleo
not later than Friday ovenliiK.
First Uaptlst Church, corner Wusli
In Kt on and KlKhth. .1. 11 (Irlllltli,
Sunday school at 10 n
in., C. It.
Preaching at 1 1 a. m.
All are cordially Invited lo worship
Emanuel llupllst Church, Eleventh j
and High streets.
j Sunday school at 10 a. in.
Mrs Pliobe lliimmer will address
jthe school on the life of Colonel
J Roosevelt. Some of his favorite
, hymns will bo sung.
, Mrs. J. Murphy and wife, who have
I been In California all winter, will be
'Willi 114 fll'lltll
Sacred Heart Church,
' Hgh streets. Rev. Hugh J. Mar-
i" !-. , .
f First Mass at S n. in
Parish Mass at 10::t0 a. m.
llenedlction, 4 p. in.
Third Sunday, Mass at S a. in. only.
Third Sunday nt Merrill. II a. m.
confessions netore services, llrst
Friday at S a. in. mid 7:110 p. tit.
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The Christian Science Society of
Kll,muth I'""!, lu,llH srvlces at 113
y"rt" f,roet ovor' Sun,lay murnlUB
9:4n t0 10MG cvorj. Sumliy lm)nilu..
j Tll0 rroe rB1 rm)m am, frotj
I ,, ,, s (
Lutheran services at the Uaptlst.
church, corner Eighth mid Washing -
(ton, nt 7:30 p. m. Rev. M. Rossiuan
pastor, residence 137 First street.
There will be no Lutheran services
held, since Rev. M. Rossman has gone
to Gold Hill to nreub
'" "U,U ""' l0 I'riMUI.
Services will be held February 11!
'Methodist Episcopal Church, Tenth
and High. Rev. Simpson Humrlck,
pustor, 1117 East street. Phono C7W.
Sunday school at 10 a. m. Mrs
Roy King, superintendent.
Subject for the morning service
"Tho Debt of Power."
Subject for tho evening service ,
Presbyterian Church, Pine street,
near Second. Rev. K. P. Lawrence
Sabbath school at 10 a. m.
Morning service ut 11 o'clock; sub
ject, "Responsibility In Ai'(ii!rin.
Evening servlco at 7:30. Subjer'
j"Thc Ilattlo of Llfo," or "The Mvs-
teiT o' the Sclenco of Right Living. '
First Christian uniircn, corner
pastor, I am especially anxious lo
'huvo all the members of the church
at tho regular services. Suiiduy
evening ut 7:30 the services will be
Young men anil young mines aro
! Invited to join our classes.
I Trimble, pastor,
OREfiON HOY RELEASED
Pf.OSI (JERMAN PRISON.
WASHINGTON, I), 0. Fob, 7.
Eurl Stroms of llorlng Oregon who
lias been In a Herman prison camp,
has been released and haH arrived In
France, uccordliig to an announce
ment made today.
BACK LIKE A
BOARD? IT'S v
There' no usn suffering from the
awful atony of lume b(i':K, Don't wult
ill it "passes off." It only comes bark.
Find the cause and stop It. DIhi-iiiiimI
conditions of kidnpya urn usually indi
cated by tin lauiw baeka and oilier
wrenching pain, which are nature's alg
nals for iielpl
Here's thn rrnieily. When you feel
llie first twinges of pain or experi
ence any of tlu-HU symptoms, get busy
' at once. Go to your druggist ami gel
a box of tlio pure, original COLD
MEDAL Haarlem Oil Ciipmili'H, im
ported fresh every month from tlm
lrboratorlea in Haarlem, Holland.
Pleasant and easy to tuke, they Inntnnt
ly attack the poisonous germs clogging
your system and bring ijuiik relief.
For over two hundred yeurs tlicy
have been helping tlm sick. Why not
try them? Sold everywhere by re
liable druggists In scaled parkagrs.
.Three aizei. Money buck if they do
P&.ifr'.P yo.u' L ,k tor "MOLD
MEDAL" and be sure the name
"OOLD MEDAL", la on the box.
IT OF II
LEGISLATION KI-SPIAMNG IM
MIGIIATION FOR lOUt YEAR
term is i ik;i:i in vsiiing-
TO.N HV LAItlli: HODV
VVAKIIINtiTON. II C. Peli S. Ill
j uiging the House Utiles I'tiiimilt !
lo find rlghl i'f way fm- the passage
of legislation luohlbltliu; iiiuiilgia
tlon for four eurn, Piaiik Murilsoii,
secrelaiy of the Ainerlciiti Pi'derntloii
said (lint half a million men worn
now without eiiiplii.Miieiit In the Pull
.mi:i:ts satiukay p.vi:.
I Tlio Ileuloy ingn sciiooi riut'iii
Teachers Association win meet muiii
dav. Feb. Mh at T'llO P. M-
Owing to the luflueiita situation
this Is the III Hi meeting called for the
school year. Theie will be election
"r mcers mm pinns uiscisseu i...
1 till .IMlllfllllllllllltll Itl I llit Ml 'lit I III III 1
' 'ltw "'
J am nieiubers ale iiitioMtcd to l
present and anyone lnleie.stod In a
country t g l hi-Iiooi Is llivnijii m
! fiesliiuonts consisting of coffee, sand
Iches and cake will bo served
MRS It. K. IIRAIHIPItY, President
DOES YOUR RADIATOR
If so. I can stop It! I am ir spe
cialist on Radiators, and know every
kink of the business. I have luid - 'a
years' factory experience on radi
ator work; know I can dellter the
goods, mid will guarantee every Job
that leaves my shop If )ou have
Tliursduys anil'""-v 'roubles wlialever Willi your
raoiauir or gus titnuM. h-i nil itu.i-
H...111 off vi.nr liitniU.
ir you can't bring II. send it All
work, far mid near, solicited And.
' remember, I absolute!) glinraiUen
K H NORTH.
i:tl Fourth St
iU.t pon (KpBurf OM
AT THE LIBERTY
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
Ifiv '.. iVfllfiKiH '
S If v " ,'v,&&. lEmmny
It l-n'l ecoiuitii) mill
Isn't le to buy iin.Mliliiu
but the liest In clings.
We lint gnlnctl the inn.
Ilileiice of our i'IIoiim-i- ,y
selling iIi-iik. of Hie blgln-,1
iiinlllj only. You catinnt
buy imy oilier kind tin,.,
mul you -tiro nltt ii ,ifi
mill Niire (lint iiollilug Inn
Hie bi'Nt ilrllgi Mill be sulil
In till store.
ANYWHERE IN THE CITY
oricit skuvk i:
Ri;.SKN lll.i: HATES
Western Transfer Co.
New City Laundry
We Quarante Our Work.
Shirt and Collar Laundered.
We alio waah altk, wool, and col
ored goda very carefully. Try ui
once and be convinced. Our prleai
are right. Phone 164.
127 Fourth Street
Back of Flrit National Bank
("emeiii Work of nil Kinds
Let Me Make You an
W. D. MILLER
'v M..V11II IALLS OKLCiOM 71
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