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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
.MONDAY, FKRIWAHY 17, linn
The Evening Herald
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The Herald Publishing Company ofi
Klamath Falls, at US-Fourth street 1
Entered at the postofflce at Klam
ath Falls, Ore., for transmission thru
the mall, as second-class matter.
Babecription terms by mall to any
taaarea in .the United Stales
One year ........... .
One month . .
Member of (ho Asx-lntctl Pres
The Associated Press is exclusively
Antltljut In tnm ii aa fri Amtli1fsnt Inn
ot all news dlspatchos rredlted to it.cas,1-v-
or not otherwise credited In this pa-l "
per, and also local news published
Alt rlht nt rontililIfnltnn f tiu.
claT dlapatcbea heroin are also re-
MONDAY, FEBRUA11V 17, 1010
THE LINK RIVER DAM
There have been sent out to the
land owners of the project the bal
lots to be used In casting the straw
vote on the question as to whether
the Klamath Irrigation District shall
Join In the suit to test the legality of
the contract entered into between the
reclamation service and the California-Oregon
Power company. This
question Is one that the land owners
themselves must now decide. It has
been made as easy for them to do as
It Is possible. With the ballot goes a
stamped envelope, addressed to the
. Klamath Irrigation District, and ar
guments for and against the contract,
so that all the farmers will have to
do Is to read these, study the terms ot
the resolution passed by the direct
ors, and, when he has reached an In
telligent conclusion, mark his ballot
and mail IL This ballot must be mail
ed not later than March 1st, in order
that It may reach the secretary be
fore March 4th, when they will be
The Herald will endeavor during
the next ten days ,to place this ques
tion before the land owners In a
manner that will enable them to
reach a conclusion that will be for
their best interests. It believes that
the dam should not . be constructed,
and with that object in view, It will
bring- to the attention of those Inter
ested the reasons why this should not
be done. The colunins of the paper,
however, are qpen to those favoring
the dam, and they are at liberty to
express their views just as freely and
openly as The Herald will present its
aide of the question, with the excep
tion that the articles must not be too
lengthy. Criticism of The Herald'will
not be excepted. The writer may feel
as free to criticise the paper as the
paper will feel free to answer such
The Herald would, therefore, ask
the land owners to withhold their
voting until such time as they feel
sure they are expressing their wishes.
Thara Is amnlfl limn tnr a thnrAiiffh
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and careful study of this question
If the farmers want to hand over the
power 'to someone else without any
compensation, or if they think they
are being compensated, and for that
reason 'desire to give It away. The
Herald has no complaint to make.'
That power Is the property of the
farmer not the reclamation service.
You paid for it, and no Juggling of
figures can show otherwise. It is,
therefore, for the land owners to say
-what they want done with it, and it i3
to enable them to decide that ques
tion after they fully understand It
that we shall devote more or less
tlmi and spicy Coring the next fer
ANOTHKR GOOD DRIVK
nsf m a id a U'aatr twnnt 17liiiifi ! I
.. t. - i i . .i Those present were, Lawrence Max-
24tn to March 1st, Inclusive, there' , . , ' . .
...... i i i w'l. Joy Iiurkhart, Leola Ferris, Carl
will be , inaugurated In this country a,
drlve,that Is unique It will have,, Qm M
for Its purpose the raising of u fund Mrg ,,, Wn,ace FalrfIe,
will be erection of permanent build. . fe, Fred R Anna an(,
ins. In Portland for livestock show-. I EWe Rueck T,je greategt feature of
It is proposed to raise a quarter of a ,he party was ,he amusement of danc.
million dollars, of which Klamath I n. an(, d,nner serve(, ,ater Tho
County's snare is z,iuu. romauq,
baa mreed to match dollar for dollar
every .cent that is raised outside of'
This is. s project that Klamath Castings
Is Mrtlcularjy Interested in. This' We ,lave wh ug Mr Carl Schu.
county Is lolng to be one of tho blB,beit, who has Just returned from the
tockf'coUBUer'of the state. Within service of tho United States, with new
fire yer there will be vastly more and up-to-date methods In acetylene
" T" welding. .Mr, Schubert has an A-l
sock rUed herj than was everlclaB3lllcation from the war dopart
dreamed of, and for the reason that,ment, so that in soliciting your work
the ranchers are beginning to recog-we
b . .,
ua the fact that th ey will have to.
"tfi the products of their farm to'
BlilGHFORD'S CALF AND LAMB
livestock. This will result In every
one ot them having from a few to
man head ot cattle, sheep, hogs or
horses. Portland Is going to be the
natural market (or this stock, as soon
as we get rail connections to the
north, and It Is our duty to Join
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l' with the other counties of the
; state. In making that city a real stock
center. The greater the growth tut
tnls direction .the better It will he
) for U)e stock MeMtK of ,lle stnU..
and one of the first steps In this dl-
'rectlon is the erection ot the exposl-
, tion buildings proposed for under the,
! drive that Is to be made. The wro
asked from Klamath Is small In pro-
i.n.Mnn t, thn IntnrAaftt Invnlvnil. nnil
it Minuld be contributed quickly and
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TllP rancher who has to come to
Klamath Falls ought to nsk himself
the question, as he plods through thu
i mire that represents the hlshways of i
t the couuty today, what It Is costing
him In time and money because we
have no permanent roads. If you are
coming in in your machine, what Is
me cosi in ures. siraiii auu uiwi.oc,
If In a wagon or lighter vehicle, the
damage from jars, jolts and strain on
it, the harness, yourself? What is the
cost in time? Now Is the time to con
sider these questions, for they are !
right before you. Then, what would
be the condition If these roads were
paved? Over a millicm dollars have,
been spent In the last twelve or fif-j
teen years, and the roads are little, j
if any. better than at the beginning,'
while if this same money had been I
spent at once on permanent roads. It
would have been sufficient to build
a paved highway from Merrill to
Fort Iamath at least, and you would
not havo had to pay a dollar more In-
to the road fund thap you have al-:
ready paid. This is why you should
take an Interest In this question and j
show it hr Joining the flood Roads.
From time to time letters for pub-j.
licatinn reach ttfe Herald and often
their publication have been delayed
for a day or two because we have not
had the space to spare. Every com
munication that Is properly signed
will be published, the only condition
being that their length be limited to
a reasonable degree. We are going
to enlarge the paper to eight pages in
the very near future; and when we do
will be able to give these, letters Im
mediate publicity, but until that time
arries the writers will have to con
tent themselves with what we are
able to do under present conditions.
Money still talks, but contact with
with the high cost of living seems to
have given it throat trouble Arkan
Mr. J. O. Hamakcr was In Klam
ath Falls Wednesday on business and
Mr. Heuston and his son Travis
were In Bonanza on business Friday.
The Hotel Darley has been given
over to the management of Mrs. Pad
dock. Formerly It was kept by Mrs.
C. T. Darlpy.
The pie social to be given by the
Ladle.?' Aid of Bonanza has been post
poned until the 21st of February. -
Travis and Bruce Heuston caught
a wild cat this week In traps, set
for that purpose.
Mrs. K. I. Hold is spending the
week end with her parents.
The school celebrated Valentine's
Day Friday Each room had their own
Valentine box and then met for a
Joint meeting in Mrs. DIckerson's
room whpre the Valentines were giv
en out to the boys and girls.
A surprise party as given at the
lirtmA rt lrr !) I'lifict XwtAttr ntoVif
I m illb
part) brol(e ip at 3;30
Do Not Discard Your Broken
feel wo can guarantee satlsfac-
utic un u i mi
12-Ct Kit Klamath Ave,
Klamath lonnty News
LITTLE 8IHKLI0HTS ON LOCAL BAIPKNINGS
AMONG THK PEOPLE OK THIS aTT AND VICINITY.
GOINGS AM COMINGS OF LOCAL FOLKS
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kline were pas--"engers
this morning for Mcdford.
G. K. Zimmerman loft yesterday!
morning for Scotts niuff, Nebraska,
N K Wlnton Is registered at the
Wl'0 ,v,call ote toda hom Sca,J
Mrs. Jack Hunsaker left on
train this mornins Mr CJlforuIa
O. M. Woiuell Is here for n short
time on matters ot business from Lo!
J- "eckley left ou the train thlsj
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O. R. I.orenz is a guest at the .
( Hotcl M toAay from willows. Cat
Attorney Walter Van Emon was a) '""'" " ..-. .u7
passenger on the train this morning tthe 9tol,DlnB at u, Hote' ""
Jilrk gamson w,)0 WM down from
K,rk on a vfsU wlh 1)s famv re
Miss Florence Miller was among
last, evening's train arrivals from
Prliicipal Fred Peterson of the
.Merrill High School paid the County
seat a business visit Saturday.
O. Latham Is a recent arrival in
this city from Los Angeles. He Is
staying at the White Pelican Hotel.
See fhllcote Jl Smith for Are, life.
accident and health Insurance. 033
DANCING SATURDAY EVENING
JAZZ MUSIC ,
A State Right Production
WILLIAM S. HART
"THE HELL HOUND OF ALASKA"
A Great Story of the Fnr NorUi. I
AdmUoion 10 Jt 25 cents. Show
Starts 7::0 mid 0:1.1. I
Triangle Presents '
"THK GHOST FLOWER" j
A Triangle Screen Sinm-IuI.
Hciii'Ht PatliB Neiis.
Admission 10 A 13 cents Matinee
U-itO. Evenings 7:30 & 0.
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE,
TUESDAYS AND SATURDAYS
"THE BEST IN PICTURES"
H. W. POOLE, Owner
William Farnum in Victor Hugo Masterpiece
"FAR FLUNG BATTLE LINE"
Harold Lloyd Comedy You'll Have to Laugh
A Story of the Power of a Strong Man
Admission 10c and 20c
A child neconipuiiled by par
cnt admitted free with a 20o
ticket, incept Ktitiirday night
and Sunday night.
Harry Engle was a week end Coun
ty seat visitor In Klamath Falls .from
j Mr. and Mrs. Joo Hall are In town
for " sl'0, vUU from the,r homo nt,
Modoc Point. ,
j Mr. and Mrs. .1. C. McClellan wero'
i re enu visitors ni tuo uuiei nan
W. E. Lamm of the Lamm Lumber
Company Is In town from Modoc
Polnt for the wek SP'1-
Mr. J. C. Johnson, who has been
on the sick list for the Inst few
days Is now nearly recovered.
- Miss Tula F. Kinsley came down
from Fort Klamath on Saturday for!
a short visit in Klamath Falls.
it. i, uvusii uuu in., ouuiinu io.
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O. I.. Holbrook a rancher of the,1"0'" borne for a long tlmo It's m'lgh
Malln district Is In the County seat 'y nice to be "mothered" and looked
today looking nfter business Interests. "Nor. And the mothering Is nil the
Sam Clay ot the International Cor
respondence School left this morning
for Medford after a short visit in this
George Reynolds was among tho
train arrivals last evening. He is
stopping nt the Hotel Hall from Port
laud. E. C. Stukel, D. G. GIvan and Jack
McCartle were among the county seat
visitors from the Merrill district yes
terday. Mr, and Mrs. Will Baldwin left
1 1 n us muming ior nun rroncisco wnsro
they expect to remain tor the next
( few days.
C. F. Setzer of the Chelsea Box
Company has returned with Mrs. Set
' zer from a two weeks visit In San
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Dalton came In
1 yesterday from the Malln section,
where Mr. Dalton operates a mrge
Mrs. Evelyn Schulz arrived on the
t train last night. for a short visit from
Medford. She Is a guest al the yhlte
j Miss Etta Hall, who has been here
visiting at the home of Mrs. C. B
1 Hall, left this morning for her home
in San Francisco.
Rex W. McMillan is here for a
short time on matters ot business
from Dunsmuir. He is registered at
the White Pelican.
Mrs. Jim Lacey and her sister Miss
Nancy McGevern have returned to
their home In Merrill after ra short
visit in Klamath Falls.
Jack Furber of the Wood Curtis
Company, left this morning for Dor-
ris on matters ot business. He ex
pet-ts to return this evening.
Mrs.. Elizabeth Johnson and daugb-
tAr fhn nmnnir thA reeiint. arrival In
Klamath Falls. They are from AKuf-
as ana are stopping at tne nan.
See Charles S. Hood, Klamath
Agency for health and accident in
This Theater now properly
Heated and Ventilated.
Fumigated every night
MEAL Complete wak Equal
Girl Guardian Who Kept
Down the A. W. O. L. List
Mtt NETTA D BrtCC
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DoUBhboys and aorg alike agree
that when n fellow has been away
more acceptable It administered by u
pretty girl. That's the reason Miss
Nettle D. Ross has been such a suc
cess behind the counter of tho Infor
mation burea uot the Amorlcnn Y. M.
C. A.'s Eaglo Hut In London. This
photograph will bo recognized by
hundreds of men who went to her
with Inquiries ranging from how to
get hold of needle and thrcud to how
to get back to camp or ship before
they were listed as A. W. O. L.
Local Red Cross
.'. Activities .
The following wero present at. tho
local Red Cross sewing room during
tho week just' passed:
Monday Mrs. L. E. Sullivan, Miss
Tuesday Mesdamcs D. M. Smith,
Percy Evans, L. E. Sullivan.
Wednesday Mesdamcs E. T. Hlg
glnson, J. II. Hamilton, Percy Evans,
L. E. Sullivan.
Thursday Mesdamcs Percy Evans,
G. C. Mitchell It. J. Sheets,
Hamilton, E. McCollum, L. E
Friday Mcsdames E, T. Hlggln
son, S. T. Summers, Oco. Fryc, L. B.
Sullivan, Miss Alta Ralph.
Saturday Mesdames Gilbert Fleet,
Ida Gibson, L. E. Sullivan.
A delightful tour-courso luncheon
was given Sunday at tho home of
Misses Maude . and Ruth Miller, In
honor ot Miss Inez Dell, this being
her 18th birthday. Those present
were Misses Pearl Lundy, Inez Roll,
Maude Miller, Ruth Miller, Forrest
Houston, Ted Rovnrd, Henry Nltsch
olm, Bryan Hawkins, Mr and Mrs.
M. L. Miller.
See Charles S. Hood, Klamith
Agency.- the real estate agent. He
will write your contracts and Hher,
legal papers. i--tr .
OPEN FOR BUSINESS
Now Is your chance to get your
auto repair work dono, and doao
right, at fair prices. Low rent, strict.
attention to business, fast workman-1
snap, and thorough experience inuhe
it pwilble for us to assure you satis
faction at prices that wont couiibcate
your car. We also do general lila;k
smlthlng and horsoshoelng. An ex-
perienced shoer will put your horse
on bis feet right.
All work strictly guaranteed.
SIXTH STREET REPAIR SHOP '
7-fit cod LOPER & POUTER.
MPUUUI MECHANICS MAtAZIMK
M rWI SMS BY Ml. MCWMUUM
M tttni to ikow joo coh or Mnd JOe for
PMWBlMl EACH I
E3E5SSc wo nth l
rimnAM mwwiimci aw xmw -A
111 m u. mniam , cms, m. 1
ON Mi EB DIET
JOHN II. PACKER GAINS II
POUNDS AND NOW EATS ANY-
rin(i si'rTi;m:i w years.
"When a man has Imd to Iho for
two years mi nothing much oxciiiu
inw eggs, on account ot stomai'li
trouble and then finds n medicine
that fixes him up In loss than two
months so ho rnn o:il sour kraut,'
meats ot all kinds and anything it"(
ho wants, I think It Is time for him
to talk for the benefit of otluiVVell.'
Tanlnr has dono nil this for mo and
mm e, -for I am now forty-four pounds
heavier than I was the day I began
taking It nml am now enjoying bettor
health thnn I havo In nt leant fifteen
ears, was tho icmnrknblu ntnlo
men! mido by John II, Packer, pat-
entee and propi tutor of tho Packer
Oil Filter, who lives nt Llhoily. Mo..1
"For twenty years or more," ho
continued. "I have suffered with my
stomach utid nltho I have spent
thousands of dollirs nothing evnr
twined me until 1 got Tnnlao. My j
nppetlto left mo entirely, and whntt
tittle 1 diil cat would almost double
me. up with pain and I nould bio it
up with ga until I could senrcely
breathe During thu past five yean,
especially I have suffelcd ,i gioJt deal
from constipation, felt tired out all
the tlmo, had no energy, and was so
drowsy and listless tliut If I trlod to
t'jlk biiHlnes.1 to a man It was an ef
fort to express what I wanted to say
My lumltli finally got so bad that I
was forced to ghu up a splendid pos
ition in Porntollo, Idaho and nobody
except those In the same condition
ran fully understand hw I suffered.
"I had almost lost faith In till Med
icines, as I had tried so many with
out results, but Tnulac certainly has
been a revelation to me. I can now eat
Just anything I want and never ex
perience a particle of trouble. I have
never had a better appetite, and nil
signs of indigestion, gnK and distress You fuel lino In n fow iiioinenU.
after eating .ate gone. Tan lac has Your cold In head or catarrh ulll b
also relieved mu of constipation and gone. Your clogged nostrils will
strengthened and built me up until I open. Tho air passage o( your head
feel as full of energy as uhen k was 'will clear and you cull breathe (reel;,
a boy. When I first stnrtod on Tan-'No moio dullness, headache, no
lac I weighed one hundred and twen-j h"Mng, snuffling, iimcous illi-ty-four
pounds but I now weigh one charges or uonfit; no striiKKlliiK (or
hundred and sixty eight and n half ' broaili at night,
and this h!io how well suited to my ' Tell our druggist you want a small
case Tanlac was."
Tanlac Is sold In Klamnth Fslli by
tho Stnr Drug Co., and In Lot stir h
tho James Merc. Co. Adv.
"Giving tho men a part of tho,
profits has proved tho greatest Invest
ment over made by tho Ford coin-
pany," says Its advertising mnnnger.
Perhaps It will do no harm to cut
this out unit show it to tho boss, -i
Boston Globe. I
Ladies' & Men's
MADE TO ORDER
REST OF WORKMANSHIP
PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED
Prices are very rniHonuhlo
Your Inspection Invited
Chas. J. Cizek
n Main St.
10 Main Street
General Furniture Kcpiilrlnj
nt Reasonahlo Prlci-s
mma.uaaauj . j. . . . . T
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.!. Feed & & y
Get ii stmitlnrrt poliry frni n,.
Chllrtiti' ft Smith imi'iicy. jj
It Isn't rs'iitioiti) ami
Isn't l to buy infilling
but the lu-st In dings,
Wo lumi gained tin- inn.
flilcm-e of our eiistomcrs by
st'lllHK drugs of tho IiIkIioii
quality only. You uiiuint
buy nuy other Kind licri',
ami you lire nlunjs nta
nml sure Hint netlilin: hm
the best drills will , ,,
in this store.
"y lUVTAI II I ALLS OPCt.O.M
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RECKARD RENT HEHVICK
Mglil Phone am
PUT CREAM IN NOSE
AND STOP CATARRH
Tells IIow To Open Clogged Nov
trlU and End Head-Cold.
butllo of Ely's Cream llulin Apply
n littln of this fragrant, antiseptic
crenm In our nostrils, let It ponetrala
thru every nlr passage o( the hend;
soothe and heal tho swollen. Inflamed
'' momurniio. aim roiici cuinw
It Is Just what every cold and ci-
tnrrh sufforrr needs. Don't stay stuf-(cd-ui
IF KIDNEYS ACT
SAYS HACKACHE If) SIGN YOU
HAVE IIKE.V EATING TOO
When yon wake up with ImcKaclii
and dull misery In tho kidney region
It generully means you have In'on eat
ing too much mout, nays a well known
authority. Mout forms uric acid,
which overworks tho kidneys In their
effort to filter It from tho blood and
they become sort of paralyzed and
loggy. Whon your kidneys got slu'
gUh und clog you iiiiihI rrlleve them,
llko you relievo your bowels, roraor
Ing nil tho body's urinous waste, ol
you havo huckaclio, sick heailuche,
dizzy spells; your hoiiiucIi s0")"1
tonguo Is coated, and when tho wea
ther Is bud you huvo rhoumiitlc twin
ges. Tho urlno Is cloudy, full "' ed
luiont, rhunnola ofton get sure, water
scalds ami you arc obliged to M't
relief two pr thruo times during the
Klthor consult a good, rellnhle phy
sician at onco or get from your l'l'r'
mnclHt nhmit fniip ounces of '"'
Klllldl tnkn n Inlilnulinnlirill III a 1!
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oi wuiur uoioro DruiiiiiiiBi , - -
'duys und your kidnoys will then act
I fine. This fniiiouH salts 1h made frt"
the acid of grapog and lomon Ju'
combined wlth'llthla, ami lm beJ
l used for generations to clean nntl st"
,mulnto sluggish kidnoys, also to neu
tralise uclds In tho unnti u -
longer Irritatos .thus undlng Mam'
Jud Salts Is a llfo savor fur re'",
moat enters. It is Inoxpouslvo. can
uoi injuro uuu muiioa
Bir.rvMeMl llthla-wat9r drink
not lnlurn unit makoH 11 dellS""" '
V'y , hlAMATM FALLS OPCt.O.M