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THE EVENING HERALD,
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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Klamath Falls, at 115 fourth street !""' '"Phost l'nlnt of "- r
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served. MONDAY, KF.IIHCARY 10, 11)10
THi: SOITHKRN PACIFIC
The time Is at hand when Klam
ath Kails must turn its attention to
the Southern Pacific Company, tho
service II Is giving this territory, the
rates It is charging and the robbery
It has practiced ever since its en
trance Into this city, and Its npparent
determination to continue practices
that have had a throttle hold upon
the development ot the vast resources
of this great Inland Empire. The
time was when The Herald advocat
ed a policy of tolerance toward this
railroad company, for it recognized
the fact that in the beginning it wi.s
necessary for it to place its charges
a little higher than would ordlnar lr
be tho cus--. . ponding the development
ot md'jstrii-s that would create suf
ficient business to pay a fair re'.urn
on the investment that had been
made. This necessity no longer ex
ists. Wo are told that the business
ot Klamath Kails is the largest in t'ue
state of Oregon, outside of the city
ot Portland, and if the same figures
for the pa"st years could be secured, it
would undoubtedly he found that a
similar showing has been made for
several years, nut whether it has
or not ,the fact now remains that
Klamath Kail? is today the second
commercial city of the state of Ore
gon, and as such it is going to de
mand from the Southern Pacific com
pany and its officials that considera
tion its importance deserves.
The first demand this city is going
tu make, is the reduction of the pas
senger rate from four to three cents a
mile. Kor nearly ten years the
Southern Pacific company has been
robbing the traveling public out of
85 cents on every ticket sold between
this city and Weed, on tho pretense
that this line is still uifder construc
tion. This excuse may have had
some foundation for the first year or
two, but everyone knows that it has
been a downright fraud for the past
eight years. This thievery has filched
from tho pockets ot the traveling
public over $1,000,000, or nearly half
of the original cost of construction ofJ
this piece of line. ,
And what sort of service does this
company furnish? It is a disgrace
It is lint little better than that which
we used to get on tho old Pokagama
line, when the peoplo rode In a box
ear, with a lantern for light. N'lght
after night we have the spectacle of j
seeing the conductor collect his tlck-J
ets by the use of u lantern, while the
passengers sit in mo gioom ui u
llghtlcss car. No attempt has been
mado by the officials to correct this
nbusn, though It has been the rule for
many months, we nave a scneuuiei Physicians the world over recom
that It hut littln better than that for 'mend the inside bath, claiming this Is
the freight trains one that calls for of vastly more Importance than out
four hours between this city andislde cleanliness, because tho skin
Wood! This on a branch that Is the
best rovenuo producer of any elghty
ljve miles of railroad in tho West.
Ono passenger train a day Is alloted
to tills city, necessitating long waits
at Weed for travelers to and from the
south, where the accommodations are
so Inadequate and disgraceful as to
compel the patrons to seek comfort
mid conveniences in the hotels of the
What has been said of tho pus.sen
gor charges and service Is also truo
of tho freight. "Charge all the tralllc i
Will bear" has h.-eit the relentless dic
tum of the powers that be, and how
effectively they have enforced thnt
doctrine is ovidonced by tho fact that
tho churgo from Sacramento and San
Kranclsco to Dorrls for some classes
of freight is little more than half of ,,,,, acllng ,iea(li galow comp,,oni
What it. is to Klamath lulls. AudacId stomach. others who are subject
ynt wo furnish a greater rovonuo to to bilious attacks or constipation,
this company tliun-any other city In .should obtain a quurter pound of lime
thu'Stnto outslilo or Portland.
(o tho division olliclals, thoy
nro about as efficient and considerate
as tho service and charges. Tho su-
porlu'tondont Is little bettor than a
immlcured manikin, who would, from
,(up maimer in wuicn no nupurviaua.ueaitu ana appearance. aot.
the district under Ills control, load
ionp t peiieve nmt no is um product
'of it amnll-order school ot railroading.
! Never docs lip visit the patrons of
his road to learn ot the trials and
' quests or demands are referred, us a
J rule, to subordinates even less consld
I orate and courteous than he. Like a
' monarch in state, he travels up and
i down the line. rowing with his lash
' nf nnthnrltv Ills snbnrillnnf os U'ttn
art- governed like slaves. Instead of
co-workers Ksplonage has taken the
place of co-operation; autocracy the
place of arbitration; terror the place
of peaceful prosecution of labor
Jamong the employes, until the splen
did, smoothly working machine that
passed into his hands has become
a mere Jumble of disorganized, ills-
j satisfied, discontented workers.
Klamath Kails Is going to demand.
land must receive, better service, low
er freight and passenger rates, and a
faster schedule between this city and
Weed. We are entering upon an
era ot development that will ho the
greatest In our history, and it Is not
going to be handicapped by the
Southern Pacific company. Kor up
wards of ten years we have uncom
plainingly borne the burden, but that
day is at an end, and before Klamath
Kails is satisfied, and before It stops
its fight. It must secure the relief to
which it is entitled.
When your back Is broken and your
eyes are blurred.
And your shin bones knock and jour
tongue Is furred.
And your -tonsils squeak and your
hair gets dry.
And you're doggone sure you re go
ing to die;
And you are scared you ain't and
you're 'frald you will
Just drag your bed and havo your
And pray the Lord to see you
Kor you've got the "Klu," boy; you've
got the "Klu."
When your toes curl up and your belt
And you're twice as mean as a
And your life Is a long and dismal
And your food tastes like a hard
When your lattice aches and your
And nothing Is as It ever wuz.
You've got the "Klu," boy; you've
got the "Klu."
What is it like the "Spanish Klu?"
Ask, my brother, for I've been thru.
It is misery out of despair;
It pulls your teeth and curls your
It thins your blood and breaks your
And fills your craw with groans and
And mayby, sometimes, you'll get
Some call It "Klu" I call It "hell!"
We've had ours have you?
See Chilcote & Smith for Are, life,
accident anil health insurance. G33
Main street. 24
An Inside Bath
Makes You Look
and Feel Fresh
Says a glass of hot water with
phosphate before breakfast
keeps Illness away.
This excellent, common-sense
health measure being
. adopted by millions.
pores do not absorb impurities Into
the blood causing 111 health, while the
pores In the ten yards of bowels do.
Men and women are urged to drink
each morning', before breakfast, a
glass of hot water with a teaspoonful
of limestone phosphate in it, as a
harmless means of helping to wash
from the stomach, liver, kidneys and
Dowels tho previous day's Indigestible
material, poisons, sour bile and tox
ins; thus cleansing, sweetening and
purifying the entire alimentary canal
before putting more food Into the
Just as soap and hot water cleanse
and freshen the skin, so hot water
and limestone phosphate act on thej
Those who get up with a bad breath
coated tongue, nasty taste or have a
utono phosphate at the drug store,
This will cost very little, but is suffi
cient to demonstrate the value ot In-
side bathing. Thoso who continue it
'each morning are assured of pro-
(nounced results, both In regard to'
I.ITTI.K NIIIKI.KIIITS l). LOCAL HAIVKNl.NflS
AMUNM THK l'l'OPLF. OK THIS CITY AN1 VICINITY.
(JOIXCiM AND COMINOS OK I.OCA1. FOLKS
tleorge Wutt inado a business trip
to Merrill today.
Mrs. K. K. l.ooseloy Is In the city
from Los Augolos.
It. Adams Is In town for a short
visit from Merrill.
Hoy McNeill Is a county seat visi
tor from Mnlln today.
Adolph Cacka was a week end vlsi
tor In this city from Merrill.
C. H. McCutchan Is a guest at the ,,u' for " ram'h lu '' 'a,r-v ,lls
Hotel Hall from Sacramento. trlot.
Klnier Stukel Is looking after bus-' Jr. anil Mrs. T. C. Stewart are
Iness Interests hole from Merrill.
J. A. Morrow was a passenger this
morning on the .stage for Lakovlew.
K. M. Rushy was among the week
end County seat visitors from Al-
j. t.. iinu was in town aiurua.v
looking after business Interests from
Miss Christine Carr, a sister of
Mrs. Jesse Hnlley is here from the
east for a visit.
Arthur Robertson left this morn
ing for Mt. Hebron, where he expects
to make a short visit.
Chns McCartio, a sheepman from
the Merrill district was a week end
visitor in Klamath Kails.
E. n. Hall and Clarence Underwood
are expected to return this evening)
from a short visit to Portland.
John Stout was a passenger this
morning on the train for Yreka where I
he expects to visit for a wey days, j
Mr. and Mrs. J. Frothlngton are
DANCING SATURDAY EVENING
STAR THEATER ;
"THE SERVICE RTAIi"
A Love Story of a Slacker Who. Unlit
his own Prison.
Two Reels of Comedy.
Admission 10 & 25 cent. Show
Starts 7:. '10 anil M:15.
"THE SHADOW WITHIN"
, A ho
j Hearst rathe News
' Admission 10 & 15 cents Matinee
j 2.30. Evenings 7:110 & O.
j MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TUESDAYS AND SATURDAYS
H, W. POOLE, Owner
The only Theda Bara in
"WHEN A WOMAN SINS"
Harold Lloyd Comedy
"OUT OF THE NIGHT"
Admission 10c and 20c
A child accompanied by - par
ent admitted free with n 20c
ticket, oxci-pt Saturday night
and Sunday night.
' Klamath Falls visitors from Seattle.
They are guests at the Hotel Hull.
Miss llortlm Owens loft this morn-
Ing for a short visit with her parents
in the Midland district.
j Mrs. N. M. Cantrell loft this morn-
lug for Dorrts whoro she expects to
spend the day and return this oven-
Hoss Sutton bought supplies from
the Kluuiath Kails merchants Satur-
, iwamatli halls visitor from .McCloud
i today. They are guests at the Hotel
Harry Knnoy. returned last nlcht
fnm, Undln. Wisconsin, where he
accompanied the remains of his wif,
! for Interment.
Miss Marie Uolan who teacher
sohol at Hlldebrand returned to that
point this morning following a short
visit In Klamath Kails.
Dave Killer, a well known sheep
man has been giving attention to
matters of business In Klamath Kails
from the Merrill district.
Mrs. Annie Rush who has been
visiting Miss Kdnn Wells for the
past two weeks from Ashland left
for her home this morning.
Chas. Olbrlch, who has been here
from Los Angeles for a few days
vlsltlni? hto rntintn Pnrl Selnilinrt .1 r
I left for his home this mornlnc.
"'" ' , "" " " '-""
"' ,nun "" """" 'r " '.ran-
Cisco, where he expects to spend the
next week on matters of business.
J. K. Sturm, who has been at work
on the new Court House, left this
morning for his home at Portland.
He he been Installing a dumb waiter.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Terwilllger
were passengers on the train this
morning for San Kranclsco, where
they expect to visit for the next week.
H. M. Oarrett, L. M. Mullen and
, W. A. Proctor are Klamath Kalis
; business visitors from Portland. They
' arc registered at the White Pelican
j W. L. Kadderly of the O. A. C. Ex
1 tension work Is In Klamath Kails for
! a short time on matters of business
I from Corvallls. He is stopping at
the Hotel Hall.
1 Mrs. E. II. Williamson who has been
here visiting her son, Roy Call from
Dillon, left this morning for her
home. Sho will stop for a short visit
In San Kranclsco.
I Alex Sparrow, an official at the
' Crater Lake National Park came In
I Saturday evening from Medford on
I business. He Is stopping at tho
White Pelican Hotel.
Robert Burton who has been at
work on the County Court House loft
! this morning for Han Krnncisco where
he will spend u few days beforn re
i turning to his home at Portland.
I I). I). Llsky a well known stock-
man, who has been feeding it largo
! number of cattle on the West side of
tho Upper Klamath Lake Is register
ed at the Hotel Hall from Rocky
Oct a standard policy from the
Chilcote & Smith agency. 24
Thin Theater now properly
lfeiiteil mill Ventilated.
Fuinlgutcd every night
A PLAIN TALK
Wo thank you Tor mnkliir. your
phono siiultnry. Your good example
will stimulate others. Health can be
bought Cleaning mid Vigilance Is
the price. Havo you the price'.'
I Am the Eiieui) of Mankind
It Is too early to make more than
n guess at the toll exacted by the
epidemic In tills country Statistics
have not boon compiled for the nor
mill rate of mortality from pneumonia
or other respltory diseases or from all
causes except for u comparatively
small number of localities, mid until
this Is done It Is uvuilfettiy Impossi
ble to ascertain how much mortality
can be charged to the epidemic The
fact that In many localities thorn Is
appearing a recrudesceiice of Inilu
ema or Itilluenza-llke eases iliust
postpone any llual estimate of iiior
tallty from the disease. Jijueh needs
to bo known about the methods of
diagnosis as well. A very general
estimate of the minimum number of
deaths- chargeable to the epidemic
perhaps may bo attempted by ascer
tnlnlng the mortality rate from In
tliienza and pneumonia lor various
localities and areas of different types
and geographical location. Such a
rate, roughly computed for some
thing over 27. 000. 000 population, uf
tor weighting ureas according to geo
graphic location, appears to lie about
per 1,0110 of population Allowing,
however for the apparently lower
rate In many rural sections ,a con
servative estimate for the country as
u whole would appear to be between
:: and :i..r per 1.000. I'pun this basis,
the total number of deaths charge
able to the opldemjc in this country
as a whole would bo between .'100,000
and :!.10,000. This estimate Is con
fessedly rough and Intentionally Is
made conservative. A much larger
number of deaths Is believed by
soiuii to htiu occurred already.
1 steal In the I'nlted States alone
more than a billion dollars each venr
I tear homes asunder; I snatch
babes from the mother's breast.
I am more powerful than the com
bined armies and navies ot the world.
I have burdened mankind since the
dawn of history.
I spread misery and desolation. In
nocent children are my special prey.
I bring pain, sickness, death, yet
few seek to escape me.
1 destroy and maim; I give noth
ing, but take all.
I destroy health and wreck homes
I am rulentless, the rich and noor
alike I seek. Until weak and strong,
old and young are my victims.
I cuiiho commerce to stand still: I
depopulate cities and destroy nations.
I nm a proxeiihililo lioiio. (In-
I Am the Conqueror of Pretentiible
I am stronger than all tho nations
of tho world.
I am the co-workor of medicine and
1 save thousands of lives each year.
I restore children to tholr parent,
1 banish plaguo and pestilence.
I convert tho fever-ridden Juncles
Into health resorts.
I add years to tho lives of thous
I am on guard at all times, my vl
llance never ceases,
VK KAT TOO MUCH MMAT WHICH
CIXK.'S KID.VKYH, TIIKN TIIK
HACK II CUTS
Most folks forget that tho kidneys,
llko the bowels, get sluggish and clog
ged and need flushing occasionally,
else wo have bnckucho nnd dull mis
ery In tho kidney region, sovoro
headaches .rheumatic twiifges, torpid
liver, acid stomach, sleeplessness and
nil sorts of bladder disorders.
You simply must keep your kidneys
active and clean, and tho moment you
feel an ache or pain In tho kidney
region, get nhout four ounces of Jud
Salts from uny good drug store hero,
take u tablospoonful In u glass of wa
ter before hreakfust for a fnw days
and your kidneys will then act fine.
This famous salts Is made from tho
acid of grapes and lumon Juice, com
bined with llthlu, and Is harmless to
flush clogged kidneys and Htimiilnto
them to normal activity, It also neu
tralizes the ucldB In tho urine so It
no longer Irritates, thus ending blad
Jud Salts Ih harmless; Inoxpenslvn;
makes a delightful ufforvescont llthln
water drink which everybody should
take now and then to keep tholr kid
noys clean, thus avoiding serious com
plications. A well known local druggist says
ho sells lots of Jud Salts to folks who
believe In overcoming kldnoy trouble
whllo It U only trouble. Adv.
KOlt IIOKK FKSTIYAIj.
lORTI,AND, Fob; 10. Prepara
tions for Rose Festival In Portland
In 1019 were Initialed at a meeting
of tho Rose Festival auxiliary at tho
Chamber of Commerce, Wednesday
Tho meeting was attended by nhout
i"0 ropresentittlvoH of Portland clubs
and various organizations which are
muiubors of the auxiliary, It was
decided to tirgo fullest co-operation of
ull factors of Portland life to make
the 1919 festival a success.
I bring rleaiilluesH. good elieer, and
I make mankind happier. I bring
prosperity. Towns spring up anil
urow under my protection
I I am necessary for the puiitres of
the wot Id. Tinlns and blps move
under my protection
t watch over the children In the
Miii'iils. tho soldiers In the camps and
II caches, the sailors on I he sun ami
tile people at home
I am xanlliillom ("A CliMifC'p.")
A "Cleanup" means hoi water ami
iHiiap, illsinioi inniH ami uwn m .
'perhaps paint and the whitewash
In ash The city Is planning to l"ll
! vou, thanks to the city dads, b col
lieclliig garbage and rubbish, but In
the meantime the dark coiner-.. Hi.'
closets, the gariels, and ever phi.
whore disease germs might lue
should be thoroughly cleaned.
, What will the harvest ho" .Make
It an open, happy, elllclent. beautiful
Klamath Palls, free from preventable
CITY HOARD OK HKAI.TII
IT'S (SltAMlMOTIIKIt'S ItKCIPK TO
HltlMi HACK COLOR AM) LI'S
TltC TO MAI II
That beautiful, even shade ot dark,
glossy hair can only he had by brew
ing a mbtino of Sage 'll-a and Sul
phur, Your hair Is your charm. It
niakes or mars the face. Whun It
fades, turns gray or streaked, J net an I
application or two of Sage and Sill-;
phur enhances Its appearance a lam-1
droit fold. j
Don't blither to prepare tho mix
tine; you can get this famous old
leclpo Improved by the addition of
other Ingiedlcnts for SO cents a large,
bottle, sill ready for use. It Is called
Wyell.'s'Siigo ami Sulphur Compound.
This ran always be depended upon to
bring bark the natural color anil Ins
He of your hair.
Kvoryboily uses "Wyeth's" Sage
and Sulphur Compound now because
It darkens so naturally and evenly
that nobody ran tell It has been up
piled. You simply dampen a sponge
or soft brush with It and draw this
through the hair, taking ouu small
strand .at a time; by morning (lie gray
hair has disappeared, and after an
other application It becomes boa tl
fully dark and appears glossy and lus
trous. SEATTLE OFFICER
COI.M.VS WAS M-MHI.Y DOWN'
ai oi'T oains u.T por.sns
IIY TAIil.VO TAVI.AO
"A medicine that will do as much
for suffering peoplo as this Titular
1 has done for mo Is certainly worth
recommending to the public and I
can't Hay too much for It," said John
W. Colllii.s, of 1211 ICnst Columbia
Street Seattle, while lu a llartoll
drug store, recently. Mr. Collins Iiiih
been a resident of Seattlo for tho past
thirteen years, and Is a popular mem
ber of the police force.
"When I began taking Tanlac,"
Mr. Collins continued, "I weighed
only one hundred and fifty pounds
and was In such a bad condition that
I could not patrol my heat. Hut, I
now weigh one hundred ami seventy,
five pound have gained twenty
five poundu- am) am feeling fine. I
havo hud trouble with my stomach
for several years-. Nearly everything
I would eat disagreed with me. My
food would almost Invariably sour
and keep mo filled with gas and mis
ery most all the time. Then hoiiio
tlmo ago I had a rail of about thirty
foot which caino near puttliig'mo out
of coiuiulssloii. On to pof this I
hud an attack of grippe and I simply
got to where I was Just about down
and out. My whole body sodined roll
of neuralgia mid rheumatism and I
ached all over. Kvery Joint In mn
itched and tho pain In the left side
of my back, over my kidneys, worn
bo sovoro at times that I could hardly
stand It. Nothing did ino any good
and finally I Just had to glvo up my
position, stop working entirely and
do nothing hut try to find relief. My
sleep was vory poor and I keep falling
off In weight until I got down lo one
htindriled and fifty pounds.
"Then I got uneasy nhout my con.
dltlon, wont to Colorado and stnyofl
there for a while but novor did got
any bettor until I began taking Tun
luc, and thon commenced climbing
right up, I havo used six bottles
now and havo gotten rid of all that
neuralgia nnd liioiimallHiii entirely
and never feel an nclio or a pain. My
appetite Ih groat ami my stomach is
In such a good shape thnt I can oat
Just iiiiythlng i want without tho
least troublo afterwards. I now
sloop like a log ovory night and nm In
Hplondld condition In ovory way, I'm
Mill lit! DARK
MONDAY, KKItltl'AltV o, ttim
I going hick lo wnlk toiuoirnu. t
cheerfully lei'omuienil 'I'n ,
I Taulac Is Hold In Kliimatb 1 ',i 1 1 , iy
I the Slur I'iiik t'o . and In l.oi,-n ,,
tho .tunics More, Co - AdV
; .;: : : : ... .:.
It Isn't ecoiioiuy nod li
l-li't (U-0 lo buy niitlilul
but the best In drugs.
We halo gained the inn
llileuce of our I'listomi'i-s I.)
hilling drugs of the lilghoM
iimllt) only. Villi ciiiiiint
till) mi) other Kind bete.
Mini jiiii aie iilunjs -nfi'
mill sure that nothing tint
the best drugs will be suhl
In this store.
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Ladies 8c Men's
mam: to oitoini
IlKST OF WORKMANSHIP
I'KRI'IHT FIT (il'AH.NTi:i:i)
Prices nro lory reasonable
Your Inspect Ion Invited
Chas. J. Cizek
" Main St.
I 'or next Irrigation scoson .should bfl
Oi-ilereil now ,lu order to get the pinp
'er ci(ilpiiieiit ami Insure delivery la
I time, at lowest cost. Let us In-tall
'your pumping plant.
YOI'R MOTOR ItKillT
YOl It PIMP ItKillT
YOI'R INSTALLATION HK.IIT
THAT WILL STAY ItKillT
Place your orders iillh us, and )!
know )ou are light.
(iood engineering null Installations
niivos iiiiiiiiiiI expense ,niiil glics hot- ,
ler ellliiency, INtlnmtes fuml-hisl.
Till nnd Main Sis.
STOP CATARRHI OPEN
NOSTRILS AND HEAD
Says Cream Applied in Nostrils
lU'ltevoH Hcad-ColdH at Once.
If your nostrils nro clogged mA
your head Is stuffod nnd you can't
hrniitho freely boe.iiiHO of n cold of
catarrh, Just got a small bottlu'o'
Kly's Cream linltn at any drug ntoro.
Apply u llttlo oMIiIh frngrant, null'
soptlo ereiiin Into your nostrils ami
lot It ponotrato thru uvery nil passag
or your head, soothing and lioallnB
tho Inflamefl, hwoIIoii mucous itusi"
brann and you got Instant rollt-f-
Alii how good It feolH, Your w
irlla ii i'n open, your head Is clear, u"
moro hawking, snuffling, blowinKi
no moro hojdaoho, dryness or stnifi
gllng for breath. Kly'u Cronm ""I"1
Is JuiU what BtifferorH from huil
colds nnd catarrh nood, It' n u9"
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