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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 19, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
J thorn they have acquired nothing
j but tlio privilege ot using the water
tlmt Is delivered to their lands. TlHsy
must keep up the ditches, the head-i
'gates, the flume?, the drainage,!
" eerythlng, but they own nothing, I
Publlihed dally except Sunday by iiave nothing to say about the sale'
Ef?J31..pub!h.h.,SL Company of or dIs05tIon o( the3e rlgnU nn,i
m amain raim, ai no rourin sircoi , . . , , , i
' imuiiui ut"i, litis. n ijuuuuuci. i-:
The Evening Herald
r. j. Murray
MTTI.K pIRKMOIITS ON LOCAL HA! TKMNGS
AMONO THE PKOPI.E OK THIS CITY AND VICINITY.
UOIXOM AM) COMIXOS OP LOCAL FOLKS
En&red at the postofflce at Klam-'t" man 0, ttin ,mvo to look l0 In
am Fans, ore., for transmission thru
the mails ai aocond-clnss matter.
Subscription terms by mall to any
address In the United States:
One year .......... S 5.00
One month 50
Member of tho Associated Press
The Associated Press Is exclusively
entitled to the use for republication along with the one of whether you
ot all news dispatches credited to It want this Power company contract
il, fn.i.rn In nrntnrt M,ur Intni-nat. l'- l-"m" le" " l" nK yesiur-
Do you want him? l)oou believe he',,',i for Uly'
should continue as head of the corpor- L v.. Thnyor is In town on buVr-ess
atlonT Do you feel confident that hoj(rom Algoma.
has at heart your Interests? Do you
believe that If you Instruct him to j Mrs, J. M. McKay U In the city for
enter Into the fight to save jour now. a short visit from Algoma.
er that he will do so with his heart
and soul Consider these questions
K. 11, Hall has gone to Sacremento
for a few days to look after business
j 11, P. Lewis left this morning for a
visit of n week or ten days at Port
I land and Seattle,
ARMY OK OCCUPATION
j I'AltlS, Feb. UK -The Supremo
' war council, It Is understood, has du.
elded that the stiengtu of the aimy
of occupation In nonimny shall ho
' 200.000 allied Hoops. The I educ
tion to that number from the present
1 forces will bu mado 1 "ou as the
woik of disarming Uermnny has been
. canted out ,
NEW YOUK, Foh. 10, A .ntlon
wldo eampalKU to Improve tlio na
tion's express service will ho Inuunn-
rted on February 10 by tlu Amerl-
(li:it.M.S AtX'KPT NKW TKHMH.
Dan Drlscoll came In yesterday for
a short lslt from l.aiiKoll Valley.
or not otherwise credited In this na-
per( and also local news published
All rights fit republication ot spe
cial dispatches heroin are also reserved.
WEDNESDAY, FKDRVARV 10, 1011)
THR LINK dllYER RAM
knocked out. They are ot Interest
to ou and should receive the con-1
stdcrntlon the Importance of your
WKIMAIt, Fob, 19. The Herman
i.i.. - i i... m.in.l ti frtlnrt Mm A I
Mrs. M. A. Smith left today for ,9n Hallway Express Company thr.i ,"'"". .. . .,,,. ,h.
Sntnm W,.,r .h. will vl.l. f. n .. u ..., .. ..,. "'" """' " "
tlme with friends. ' piojcd In Me express. business It was
i m ,. ,i .ii .i t r n-....iii'nou,cod. hero tonight. Tho pur-
J. M. Ramsdell and F. C. Remsdell , . , . ... , ,...,. ,..,
.. . , , , , . nose Is to Interest tho shippers and
were among tho train arrivals last ',. . . ,, J' .,.,.
, i . . n .1 .1 I lIO UOVPIU HVIIUIUII IU lino ru.vim-
Mr. and Mrs. W. l.arter have loft , "K''t from' Portland. jwnt ,,. ,()nn ,0 rnl!(0 tlle
for Weed. Cnllfoml.i for a short visit, j , ,, Tnhor nM roturncd to his, standards dT packing, wrapping and
home in Dorris following a short marKing express snipmeuia wuu a
view to minimising tho waste of tlmo.i
Federal Officer J. R. Flanders left
this mornlim for Portland.
OeoiVo Gilbert Is reslsteied at tue
White Pelican Hotel from San Fran-! business visit In this city,
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wtsrd are In
effort and money that result from
packages being lost or damaged thru
James Oi tines Is looking after bust tow" rr n short tlmo on '"attcrs of lax methods of preparing thoin for
Mr. Offleld In his "Secosid'" reason
why the land owners .should ote
against joining in the suit to test
the legality of the Power company's
contract, sajs: "I furtner belleio
that .anyone who, having the oppor
tunity, does not object at the proper
time, should forever remain silent "
He Is seeking to serve two objects
with this statement. One has' Mr. I
Bradbury in mind, s indicated by
the' preceding sentences in his para
graph. Mr. Bradbury will answer
for himself. The other Is a client 'ob
ject. It Is this: When it was decid
ed to slip Into the contract that the
land owners voted on, the provisions
ot the resolution published yesterday,
whereby the power was taken away
from the people without compensa
tion, the directors evidently wanted
to fix it 8,0 there could be no come
back or objection, so they submitted
the entire proceedings to the Circuit
Court for .approval. Under the law
this could be done. Public notice
was given, that this step was to be
taken, .and if no objection was enter
ed the court would approve ALL of
the proceedings. No objection was
entered, for the -reason no one' sus
pected that the proceedings we're for
the purpose of confirming something
about which they had no knowledge.
That is why the people today object.
to it, and why they are-aot going to
"forever remain silent."
Mr. Offleld, in his "Third" reason,
teils his farmer friends that all he
can find la the reclamation law is
the guarantee to the landowners of
a "certain amount ot water delivered
to his land for irrigation purposes."
We presume from this- that Mr. Of
fleld is ready- to turnover to anyone
who may choose; toput. fn'a claim for
it, everything, 'that remains after the
power lsT gonej-he rights of way,
the headgat'es, the"water rights on the
Upper Lake, provided the farmers
will be guaranteed the water for their
lands. Or course, judging from Mr.
OIHeld's reasoning, the farmers have
not paid for any of these things,
either. He loses sight of the fact that
the reclamation service has simply
been acting as trustee, and "as such
fltto Ut&CU Mlvao . hut? tauu.G w. uu .
government, "but when the day of an ,
accounting comes It will, have to de- TAKK SALTS AT FIRST SIOX OF
liver -over to Oie owners the farm-j
ers ail inings ror-wnicn mey nave
paid, and which has come Into being
because ot such payments power In
cluded, unless the directors of the
caliber of "Mr. Offleld will bC.success
ful In their efforts to turn them over
to some one else.
Incss interests on the Klamath Indian business from Chlloquln.
J. L, Smith Is a recent arrival from
Mrs. Louise Stocker Is In' the city
While shlppois and tho public arc A
..- .. .. .- I. .. ...!
I fronr Fort Klamn'h for a short Visit. 1be,nK '"ated Pc.k- p ""V1
DRINK A GLASS
OF REAL HOT WATER
8ya w will both look and fsl
clsan, swist and frtih
nd avoid MlnM
San Francisco. He Is stopping nt the slle ls RMt he l,otel "
mark shtptnentts properly, the Amorl
can Railway Express Company will
Sanitary science bus of late made
rapid strides with results that nreof
untold blesslug to humanity. The 1st-1
U Un't ccoiiiiiii) unit
Isn't wist" to buy mi) thing
hut tlio brt in ilniyi.
We Imve Kiilncil the run.
fltlenco of our ciistouiiTu by
KctllnjI drujj or the hllit.,t
quality only. You uuuiot
buy any other Kind Nero,
null you are Mwii) f0
mill uro that iioitilutt lm(
the host tlrttjfi ulll In- olc
In this store.
lllie I ellCan. f i, W-nlknr lnft llila Minrnlnir fnr Anmnnlvn nmnnv lla 4nun ,ininlnv,fl. . i . . . ...i-t... ..H.l.
. -.. ... ..... ...- ---. ...... .ni. " - - ....,.-,-. egi aiiniicniiuii ui lis uiiiirniK ivscui.u
Louis K. Fisher Is a County seat ,ll! home '" Portland after a short ( Instructing them to avoid rough u ttl0 reconiniendntlon that It Is as
handling, mlsrouting and otnter ue- nece9Bary to attend to Internal sanlta-
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visitor from Modoc- Point, registered , huslness visit In Klamath Falls.
I.' HI XMATH fAI IC ntl l.riM 'Ml
at the lUtel Hall.
M-s Kvelyn SlTult left for her
vlatlons from correct oxpress methods ton ot lno drainage system of tho bu-1
If .- WM1HM.A Mf. J V
HflOTJ ""' wt a-hfea
J. M. Bedford was In town yes
iierday on matters of business from a
the Klamath Agency. He reports o lr an Mr8 B j. Dr0wn left this
' good fall of snow in that district .on,nK ror n'os Angeles whevo they
t eMtect to make an extended visit.
Ret n standard policy from the,
Clillcotc & Smith agency. 24 Arthur Maddox who, operates the
; Lone Pine ranch .In the Merrill dls-
For nct irrigation season should be
ordered now ,in order to get the prop
er equipment and insure delivery lu
time, at lowest cost. Let us install
jour pumping plant.
VOL' WANT "
YOUR MOTOR .RIGHT
YOUR PUMP RIGHT
YOUR INSTALLATION RIGHT
THAT WILL STAY RIGHT
Place your orders with us, and you
know j on arc right. I
Good engineering and Installations
saves annual expense .and gives bet-
ter efficiency... Estimates furnished.
trlct is In town looking
drivers, platform men. office and stagnant matter.
DANCING SATURDAY' F.VKNING
The Most Powerful Convincing and
Absorbing drama of the War.
Vaudeville & A Lyons & Mornn
Movie Vaudeville The Latest In Up-
II. Furch is among the County seat c,a m -reau c crk"' J "? , Ku-ryune. whether ailing, sick or
Isltors from the outside districts. Ho ""? other empoyes' Start Kxpress elli 6lloulll oach mornE biforo
. registered at the Hall Hotel ,rom' Shipments Right ' texts will be placed br)!akfn,ti arIlk a K,II81 0ren, hol
on posters to oe placed on express waler with a toaspooiiful o limestone
wagons and on window placards. pbo'sphato lu It to wash from tho
Between July 1 and Nov. 30. 1918. ,itty.8 mgCitlblo wasto.'sour bile and
"no mark" bureaus of tho company poUco,,,, toxln8; thus cleansing.
U registered at the Hall Hotel from
Miss Edna Callahan of Dayton,
'Ohio, arrived last night for nn ex
pended visit with her sister, Mrs. B.
I M. Hall of this city.
I Vincent Jellnek left this mornln
for a short visit with his son, Vincent
Jr. who is In the military service',
stationed at Camp Lewis.
', Charles Otis was a passenger this
morning-for San Francisco wbero he
i experts to remain on matters o'. bus
i Iness for tho next few days.
Mrs. Frances Craig was a passen-
ger on the train this morning for
Cottonwood, California, where she
j expects to visit for the next three,
received shipments which tho com-. tmnnch. er and bowels the previous
pany had been unable to deliver be- 8Weelonlng and nurlfylnr the, entire
J cause all, means of Identification of alimentary canal boforo.puttlns more
oimer snippers or consignees nan food nto ,he gtomnch. The action of
been lost, and part of the campaign an emiy gtomnch Is wonderfully In
will be to eradicate this "no mark" ylgoratlng. It cleans out all the sour
evil and induce shippers to placo fermcntntlons, gases, wasto and acid
Identification marks on shipments In Ity nj BVcg oll0 a splcndlcl appetite
additions to the nddrcss tags. Use for breakfast. While you are enjoying
of Inferior quality of twine and pa- hot wntcr nnd moatono phosphate on
per will be discouraged. Tho co- your breakfast tho phosphatod hot
operation especially of business exo- waterls quietly extracting a lsrge'vol
cutlves and managers of large con- ,- of watcr from t,e blood and get
cerna will be InvUed. jtlngj-eady for a thorough flushing of
an ine insiuo orgaus.
toIatc Vaudeville 5 arts.
Admission 10 & 23 rents. Show
Starts 7::i() and 0:1."!. .
Irriini r TUT7ATt?i
Llectncal Co.; ' -today-
Ttli and .Main Sts.
BIE ITERS GET !
ItUADDKR IRRITATION OR
lllue llli (I Features Presents
. CARMKL .MYERS
"A SOCIETY SENSATION"
I'niiersal Current Events.
Admission 10 & 13 rents Mnllnce
2.0. Evenings 7:30 & O.
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TUESDAYS AND SATURDAYS
See Clillcote A Smith (or Are, life.
accident and health Insurance. 683
Main street. 24
See Charles S. Hood, Klamath
Agency for health and accident in
The American men and women)
must guard constantly against Kid
ney trouble, because we eat too much
and our food ls rich. Our blood is
filled with uric acid which the kid-.
with Mr, Offleld. Ws slrIve to,fl!ter out' Wf'1
ftf iirnoii nolr libmmn Dliiirolah' f hA
when he says that "the Irrigation dis- ' , ,T ' """"""""""" "
. ,' ,' , , .!. ellmlnatlve tissues clog'and the re-
trlct. was brganlzed for no other n ur- bladder wgak.
pose than to Irrigate and drain the and a decl,ne h-eaUh
lands, within Its boundaries. It was when jQur kIdneya feeJ ,ke lumps
organised to take over all (f Uo t of leadj. our back hurts or the urine.
rights of the .Water Users Association )g cou(J ful of gedIment or you Bre
and these rights Include the power . Wgefl to Eeek rellef . two or three
as well as everything belonging to Umea dur,ng the ng,u. ,j you guffer
tho stockholders of the Association. Ul B,ck 1)eailache or mZzy. nervous
J,be e"? ot the ."people to 1ioIdJSI)el8( add gtoraBCll or you have
tlght to the power which. they were rneumatlBm when the weather Is bad.-
, . l , ijetBonalb)e (dr creating may seem get from y0ur pharmacist about four
, . v. childish-to Mr, Offleld, but we much, oulices of Jad SaUs. taie a table
iA nsbtake.the temper of the people of) , , , . wate before
breakfast for a few days and your
kidneys will then act fine. This
sthey want him to protect their in-. f1(ra0us salts Is made from the acid of
.tereJ o'r step aside and let, the gra,,eH nnd emon jUCei combined
jHuWwfioMjss their welfare at heart Wt, nthla, and has been used for
carry-.oa this fight for them. generations to flush and .stimulate
' t"Uie meeting of the directors of logged kidneys; to neutralize the
, v tntmhirieli MX Offleld op'enly ad-'acids In the uilno so 'It no longer Js
salttaa that it was a una toiuiuci, a source or irritation, tuus enning
'that It. was a mistake to lose the
power; that he was In favor of bold.
' leg It and developing It for the- bene
fit' el the landowners; Yet he goes
to these same stockholders and tells
theei.lt Is "childish" to make a fight
. knock out this contrattf He tells
V 10 Main Street
j Oeneral Furniture Repairing
at Reasonable Prices
? HpecUlty t-
X A. Muritsch
.j T1. ' . Lt...L
J. iHe UlStriCl II ne Will noi itarnium
f " HIHUi uuaiuis niicuim;,o;
Jad Salts Is Inexpensive; cannot In
jure, makes a delightful effervescent
llthla-water beverage, and belongs In
every home, because nobody can
make a mistake by having a good
kidney flushing any time. Adv.
"THE REST IN PICTURES'
H. W. POOLE,, OJvner'. K-
r f" .
i A Story of the Power of a StrongMan;
William S. Hart
ittii? rrnnT ur i vn
IHL DILI IILI WI" t. s j. ' -
Mr. Logan, U. S. A., Featuring 'Tom Mix'
Admission 10c and 20c
A child accompanied, by pnr
cut nilinlllcd free with n 20c
ticket, uvcept, Katurday night
and Kunduy night.
This -Theater now properly
United and VentUated. ""
Fumigated every night
Reports aro that the Ilohenzollorn flte mmions of people who aro both-ex-kalser
is raising a boardi which Is . ,. . ., .,
an improvement on what he has been cr"1 wlt" constipation, bilious spells,
raising for the last four or fivo years, stomach trouble, rheumatic stiffness;
Philadelphia Press. 'others ,who have sallow skins, blood
disorders and sickly comploxlona are
I urged to get a quarter pound of llmo
stono phosphate from the drug store.
This will cost'very llttlo, but Is suffi
cient to mnko anyone a pronouncod
crank on the subject of Internal son-
..- mn 0., ,e ,u, r j oK nnd term,nata nnd this man body us It Is to tho drains of tho '
home nt Med ord this morning afier.closer . rT.on w led ,0 lm-' " ' , 0M .4
a ihort visit In Klamath Valla. Iv ,,.., .- mn.n.ions ! "!. ' . -I
t..v.w ... V(......D ,........ j j HUTU UI US WHO wru HtCUllUIUVU IU -i ii .. i
On February 11th every agent at all tccl dut aa heuVy wi,en W6 arho,
Important points will address cinSsiillttliiB headnche, stuffy from a cold,
ployes, and these addresses will bo fmtl tonK,1Ci nflty breath, acid stom
mado on each Tuesday of tho cam- ach CUI1( UHtua(jt (eoi us fresh as a
palgn. "ncttor service campaign com- dalay by pong. i Mulces ot the
mlttees" will be organized nnd "four ..,, acu taomin, ami nushlng out
mtnuto speeches will be mado to (l0 wIlu)t) of tll0 tnternxl poisonous
Ladies1 & Men's
MADE TO Oltlint
RI-MT OF WORKMANSHIP
PERFECT FIT UARAli:i:i)
Prlcea are very rensounblo
Your Inxpectlon Intltnl
Ghas, J. Cizek
Rt Main Ht.
See Charles 8. Hood, Ktanntk
Agency, the real estats scnni 1
will write your contracts and ther
legal papers. l-'-tf
PAINTER WAS SO WEAK COULR
. HARDLY WALK OAIXB TWKN.'
TY POUND8 RY TAKINO TAN
LAO. . ;
"1 will choerfully tell nnyone, wlo
Is looking for something to build
them up, that Tanlac certainly
brought me .out of tho kinks," was
the characteristic statement made by)
John A. Weyers, house palnler and
decorator of Rcnrdan, Washington,'
While In Murgottroyd's at Spokane,
"I can't any that I suffered any t
particular pain," ho continued, "I
just had no appetite and got Into a
terribly run-down condition. I be-
t jicve I could have gono a weok with-
oiu reonng Hungry, wqai iiue t uiui
Cftl TH IUUCU UUWII-nHU DDl'IIIUU fc
do. me no good, as I lost wolght and
strength all the time, I had gotten
down, to almost Bkln'and bones, and '
Was so weak- (that J was "actuiSlly ,
afraid to go up on, a houso to paint.
My'energy all loft mo and' I Irad.got-
en t6 where Icouldn't hold 'out- to
do a' whole day's 'Work. . ',
"I hod read about' Tanlac being
fine for peoplo in a run-down condi
tion, and I now-know for myself, for i
It has put mo in srispe to'wuero V.
rliave already gained 'twenty 'pounds.
And speaking of appetltis, I've got.
the best one I ever had. Meal times,
come too slow for hie" and whentheyj
J do get around I hardly know when
to rqult eating. I have gotten' my
strength and energy back, too' and
now I can do as much work .a& any
man my age? I had -been losing
ground Two or three years and noth
ing ever hit tho spot until I got Tan
lac, so It certainly Is the medicine
Tanlac Is sold in Klamath Falls by
the Star Drug Co., and In'I.orellr hj
the James Merc. Co, Adv.
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U Yesterday hat gone, Jieverto return.
Tomorrow it not yet torn .
, TI The only time that we are sure of, th? t
really bclongt'to u, it TODAY.
fl Today not tomorrow is the time to
start to practice Thrift, to spend less
. and make more, to save steadily and
f Today not tomorrow-r-isthe time to
open a.Savings Account in, this Institu-
jWith the wages of today lay tliefoun
dation of a successful tomorrow.
First State &
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
BLATCHFORDS CALF AND LAMB MEAL Wte fW
I T. J. . 5-
Murphey's Feed & Seed Store
126 South' Sixth St. Phone 87,
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