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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
i he Evening Herald ,
n. j. i$T'n it v
The Herald does not believe they
hnve )inJ a .square ileal, nnd It tells
them to start right ntter any man,
womn or child that violates tho auto
mobile ordinance (in J, If possible, to
ii nftnr iliem nt lllnht so that tllOV
I'ubllshnd dally oWnti Sunday by .au jock them up In the city Jail tor
?AMTaid,.,,l,l,l,a,UJmI,'3rIJt the night Someone will -be killed
Klnmnth 1-nils, nt lr-urtlt street '" , , ...
. - -;. one of theo dan, and then thero will
Entored nt tho postqillco at Klam.',,e trouble all along tho line. The
atli Knlls, Oro. for transmission thru , time to avoid such an accident Is now
the malls as second-class matter. j cud the way to do it Is to land every
, vjnja0r f o,0 ordinance before the
Subscription terms by mall to any .lojlco jnilBC aml ict tlm do his duty.
BUUIWO IM luu UUIU'U HUIU9;
Ono yoar ......
Member of the Associated Press
Tho Associated Tress Is exclusively
entitled to thp uso for republication
The publtr Is tired of these infrac
tion and it wants them stopped, and
public opinion vlll stand solidly be
hind the police officers If they do
I.ITTl.K HlDKl.tOHTS r ON LOCAL HAITK.N1NQS
AMONO TIIK PEOPLE OK THIS CfTV AND VICINITY,
OOIXOS AND COMINOS OP LOCAL ifeM-
T J. Flowers Is hero on matters ot
busliuvs from Worden,
I U. Mnllory Is In tho city on mat
ters today from Medford.
K. S. Cnttron Is In tho city for a
short time from Portland.
their duty. Let'em hae It, boys'
I J. A. Peters is here for a short
I time on business fiomKI Paso, Texas.
of nil nows dispatches credited to It pc-nriDT MA TIP Tfl
or not otherwise credited in this pa- trruR1 M- iu
per, and also local news published
AH rights of republication of spe
cial dispatches herein ato also re
served. THURSDAY, rKllIUTAltY 20,- 1010
TIIK LINK RIVER DAM.
Mis. Ira Ashworth camo In yester
day for a short visit hero from Pine
FIND SOLDIER JOB! &
The following letter showing that
an effort is being made here to find
work for the returning soldiers has
been .submitted by Chairman C. C.
C. X. Walton and II. Lee are among
the County seat lsltors today 'from
William Lowry, who h beou hero
tor so-eral days .front -Uly, wa a pas-'
sengcr on the .tagtvthla morning o
, Marshall Oit, a welt known ,retl-
dent ot tho Olene section wag in the'
county seat looking ntter business In
tercsta yewtorday attornoon.
Hoy Lewis who was wounded In
Franco several months ago and wasi
homo on a furlough just baforo.
.Christmas, has returned again from
i San Francisco, '
? 1 6Hd-id-flY' I1TPP1K
cE2Sv-PIPSiSfSu''!w yztt )s30-tKX3PL '
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WE USE NO FROZEN FISH
Our smell come dlrei t from fishermen, a , , as,,
Little Writ Clam for utiWluli, U lb. tot Sli.
Nice I-trj;e Crab, -H
I'toli Saliimit mill Halibut
Etm tMrui Eastern dyU'n.
, Hogue of the County Council of De-j stopping at tho Hall Hotel
C. F. Fllnn ot the Cblloquln Lum
ber Company is a Klamath Falls bu-
sllinsa vtaltnr mutatum,! nt tlin Wlllln
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II. Mitchell are j p0liCan Hotel. Ho ha's Just returned '
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iii'i u iiuiu emu r iiiuii3.-u iiiiu aru.frnm Sun Vmm(.ro
Klamath Packing Co.
524 Main Street
"To returned Soldieis and Sailors,
Mr. Of field In his "Fourth" reason i "The National, State and County
Bays "the most vital thing before the! Councils of Defense are listing all re-
Irrigation District is to procure the uneu bom.ers nnc.sai ors. wuo wisu
. . ,. , ,,,,., 'work and arc using their best endeav-
l E. W. Wilkerson. a stockman from
It. H. Clay bought supplies from tne i.orella district in Langell Valley.1
Is in the county seat looking after
j Klamath Falls meichants yesterday
for his ranch near this city.
release of the mortgages held by tho
Government against the land of the
What are these mortgages for,
since the water user Is only guaran
teed water for his land? Were thoy
given as security for power sites, pow-j ". -"arcn, w nici
,. it in. i . . i t . i . . 'who wish work
tl Jl'A31U,lllVA, UlUr 11(115, IJIll Ut
waj bend gates, flumes and
ors to provide It. All soldiers aro re
quested to gle their names to the
Chairman C. C Hogue to be listed,
and If they wish to secure, to state
their past experience and the kind of
work preferred. It is holloed there
will be a demand for heln beginning
In March, which will take care of.airl
Btructures? Or were they just ghen
to get tho water on the land? If the
latter, was it not a pretty high price
for so small a return? If the former,
then what right has Mr. Offteld, or
the Reclamation Service, or Secretary
Lane or anyone- else to transfer to
anyone anything belonging to the
project? Where do they get the auth
ority to say that these things belong
to the government when it was the
security of the farmers' that made
them possible. Is it not downright
fraud robbery? What would be
clone to n private individual or a cor
poration that sequestered or dissipa
ted any of the assets intrusted' to
their charge? Their punishment
would be stripes and the penitentiary,
nnd it is our judgment that the same
medicine should be meted out to any
one who would attempt to do tho
same thing with any of the rights or
property of the Klamath Project.
. We are told the farmers did not
pay for these things, and in the next
line we are tolcl he mortgages given
whnt for) but these very things
nhould be released. And how? TJy
throwing away the choicest assets of
the projpct that they might be used
for the benefit of the California Oreg
on Power Company. We are told
that we do not own them: have no
right and Interest In them. Then
why ask the Iandtfwner to waive any
right ho may have In them. If he,has
no rlcbt to them, a waiver is not
necessary. If he has right to them, I
then why take them away without i
duo compensation? If tho farmers
own them they should have them
without question, and If they are de
nied that to which they aro entitled
then no obstacles should be placed in
their way to recover and hold them.
Mr. Offleld was placed on the board
of directors to protect-the interests
of the farmers, bu( instead of doing
so, we find him standing in the way
of the farmer, himself
i aecreiurv oi ino interior Lane is
other, nressing for legislation to rnovidc
farms and monetary assistance for
all former soldiers and sailors who
wish to engage in farming. I have a
few of the questlonalres which I will
furnish to those who will let me know
that they wish to look Into this matter."
business Interosta today,
guest at tho Hotel Hall.
i " pn nil
""" MnNHnM M-II HV
imiiimiin rii in i
D. M. Mrl.emore, n well known
cattle buyer was among the train nr-i j0hn Schmoie, son of Mr. and Mrs
rivals last night from San Francis-1 Henry Schmore of Swan Lake has ro-
co- j turned fiom tho Preldlo a San
Mrs. May Vance Is a. ecent arrival Pnclco. where ho baa been sin-
from Eureka. California. She is re-lu"uuu '" u,v ' lUT " j.
glstered today at tho'Whlte Pelican Captain F. R. Olds, who has-been ;
Hotel. . In tho nfflrprs Iralntne rnmn ut Fort' LONDO.V, Jan. 13.
I ' Monroe. Virginia for the past few j once of tho Associated Press).
See Charles S. Hood. Kt.tmith months, has returned to Klamath dents of men stretching the
mltryocin't,auaihwn'.' W,,erc ?5 Pcc'S.t0 r?,.n ' considerably ,o got Into the llrltMt
' Hn Hltuuttoti and ptodiicrd u
urtlfltnle He will be tvleasetl ut j
mice and the method by which tin
1 wiiiiiiteeii'd, will ho conveniently for
gotten. During the Inst year of tho war nu
mlnur -wer tillowed to jqn uie
rmy. Tholr rank. alroady had been
depleted until barely enough coal
Auothrr deiuoiiHtrator ilalmed he
nhotild be lolmmod bci'iuin lie inj
a minor. Ills record showed he ro-;
presented lilumclf as n flih-mongor In
order to Join tho colors. When he
proves he Is a miner he will be re. (
r - -
c :::: vjtjjj
I tho future. Ho liked the lite tbero
but is glad to rturn to his home 'and
See (Tillrote A5 Smith for Are. life, friends.
John E. Walker of Algoma Is rejoic
ing these days. Doth of his boys
have returned home safe from the
service of Uncle Sam. John E. Walk
er Jr. was discharged from Battery
F 30 field Artillery Camp Funston,
Kansas, January 30th. Arrived in
Algoma February 4th. His brother.
Sergeant L. I. Walker, shipped from
Kelly Field San Antonio Texas, the
same day to Camp Kearney, Calif.
There discharged Feb. 4 th. He ar
rived home Feb. 10th.
Sergeant L. I. Walker left Algoma
February lSth for Camp Lewis Wash
ington, upon receiving his appoint
ment from the Surgeon General at
Washington. C. as Civilian Rccon
stiuction Aid at Base Hospital at
Camp Lewis. He did not know his
Brother was home, until he reached
I Conrad C. Jalo la. the name of the
man who was given permit to build
i house In Nichols Addition by tho
'City Council Mondav r.Ight. In the
DA.NCINO SATURDAY KVKNIXG
Select Pictures Present
"THE STUDIO GIRL"
Tvto Reels oi Comedy.
Admission 10 A -25 cents. Show
Starts 7:30 nnd D:lft
the name wuj
"I had serious bowel and liver
trouble. Lost 50 pounds and could
eat only liquid food. Began taking
AdJer-I-ka and now weigh mqre than
.over. Eat and sleep splendidly."
I (Signed) George LaFond. Little
! Falls. Minn. One dose Adler-l-ka re
lieves sour stomach, gas and constl-
imuon lnsianwy. uemoves nu ioui
matter which poisons system. Often
cures constipation. Prevents appen-
idlcltls. We have," sold Adler-l-ka
(many years: It Is a mixture ot buck
thorn, cuscara. glycerine and nine
other simple drug. Whitman -Drug
Company. Adv. t r , ,
Oct n Mumbirtl policy
Cliilcote & Smith agency.
frm2 u.eT EMPLETHEATER
army when Kugluml needed every
man nnd then resorting virtually to
mutiny to get out after the armlstlro
(was signed huvo 'been shown at
Folkestone during investigation of
the 'first demobilizations there. After
several hundred men hnd declined to
embark tor France nt the ond of their
Christmas leave tho "military authori
ties began investigating each case
Tho German revolt leaders, Karl
'Llobknecltt and ltuu Luxemburg, ad
vocated violence, uud that's whnt thoy
got.- - Boston Transcript.
I HEAD STUFFED FROM
? CATARRH OR A COLD
Sayg Cream Applied In Noslrllii
Opens Air Passages Kight Up.
MANY CASES OF
SAYS WU MUST KEEP FEET DRY,
AVOID EXIOSURE AND
EAT LESS MEAT
Stay off the damn eround. avoid ex.
protecting, nosure, keep feet dry. eat less meat.
If he, as he claims, has i di Ink lots of water and above n'l
the Interests of the farmers at heart, j take a spoonful of salts occasionally
why does he object to the Joining of to keep down uric acid,
the District In the. suU., It will not Rheumatism is caused-by poisrfn
eost the farmers ono cent more. Ho ( ous toxin, called uric acid, which Is
says he has consented to have the i generated in tire bowels and Jbsi-i bad
Water Users Association sue, then into the blood. It Is the function of
why not the pistrlctalso, since they the kidneys to filter this" acid from
nro one and the same, practically' , the blood and cast it out In the urine.
There is some reason, and Mr. Of-, The pores, of tho skin are alsji a
Hold has not made that reason plain, j means of freeing the blood of this
His excuse thnt It might Interfere jimpmlty, In damp and chilly, cold
with the consummation of the con-' weather the skin pores aro closed,
tract between the District and the i thus forcing the kidneys to do double
government is a poor ono and one.Utork, they become weak and sluggish
Win. S. HART
"THE AIM1STI.R OP VKVflMAVrB!!
Hcnrst Pathe S'ens Lnteftt
AditiUftlonlO & IS cnts Mnt!nce
U.ilO. Evenings 7:30 & 9.
MERRILL OPERA HOUE
TUESDAYS AND SATURDAYS
Bosses' Wife "I hope you answer
people properly on the 'phone?"
Office Boy "You bet. When n
person calls up and says 'Is Mister
Jones there?' I say, 'Yes, sir;' and
when a person calls up, and says 'Is
Charlie In?' J say 'Yes, Ma'am.' "
10 Main Street
General Furniture Repairing
at Reasonable Prices
' a Specialty
, A. MauriUch
that is far from satisfactory to the
farmers, as will be. evidenced by tho
vote they will cast.
and fail io eliminate this, mlc acid
which keeps accumulating and cir
culating thru the system, eventually
settling In tho Joints and muscles
causing stiffness soreness and pain
tailed rheumatism. '
At the first twinge of rheumatism
Vo want to ask owners and drivers!
of autos In this city If they want to
Eive the notice force a square deal?
Some of them, to date haveTiot done , eet from an' Pharmacy about four
so, nnd as a conseqtlence they are' 0lince8 of Jad Sails; put a tablespoon
cottlng the boys-ln bad with the may-, tnX '" u lnM ot water and drink bo-
r... n.i ii untitle Von knnw nn.i foro bicakfast each morning for
overyone knows, that thoro lire fel
lows running machines In this town
loro uieaKtast eacii morning for a
week. This Is bald to eliminate uric
acid by stimulating the kidneys to
who are personal friends of the police1 normal actIon- thls rl'lding the blood
force and they nro mean enough- to "l l",au i'""e-
take advantage ot tha fact to speed I Jad SaltB ls Inexpensive, harmless
up and down the paved streets, or u"d ls ,nade from tUe acld of srapes
i-,ihtr-tnnfflr or let their cars ' aml leni0" J"'"- combined with lithla
."j.. " ---..-.- -- --
d ,wbere tbey have no right to
.tfcem, -The ponco offlcors are
IillH"uman vbelngs, llko any of
tluay hate to. put a friend In
" 'The C9nsequenc"Q Is that they
jwrfe been put in n hole themselves.
and is used with excellent results
by thousands of f61ks who are subject
to rheumatism. Here you have a
pleasant, offeivescent Ilthla-water
drink which oerromes uric acid and
Is beneficial to our kidneys as well,
One man who might be Judged
anywhere from 3S to CO e.irs of
age appeared befoio tlie examining Instant rollof no waiting. Your
'officers. cloggcil nostrils open right up; tho
''On what ground do ou think ou r passages ot )our head clear nnd
should bo rcleuscd now"? he whs 0u can breathe freely. No more'
asked. .hawking, snuffling, blowing, head-
"I'm more than 41 years of ago", ' i lie, diiiess. No struggling for
"lie said relying upon the rule that breath at night; your cold or catarrh'
men of that ago or more should bo disappears.
reloased as soon as possible. t a small bottle of L'ly's Cream!
"But jour army hook shows you llulm from jour druggist now. Ap-J
enlisted fifteen months ago at tho ply n little of this flagrant, antiseptic,!
oge of 30." i healing creim In jour nostrils. It
"I gave that as my age to get In, penetrates thru ewry air passigo of
slr. I am 50 years old How." Mui bead, soothes tho Inflamed or
"You will bine to prove tlfut," swollen mucous luombrane und rollof
came, a quick reply, whoreupon ho come.s Instantly.
turned to a middle aged woman spec-' rt's Just flue Don't"tay stuffed
tatorr his wife, who had anticipated up with a cold or nasty catarrh. Adv
It lnu't milium) mid It
ImiM wis to till) mi) tiling
but the bct In drugs.
,Ve liimt giiliuil Hid ton
(Ideiiro nf our i iistniiii-rn by
vlllng drugs of the tilglimt
ipmllt) iilily. Yiiii iniinnt
buy liny ollu-r kind here,
nml you nru nlun)i .i(e
nuil sure that nothing but
the best drugs ltl be old
In thin .tore.
w v-, Klamath rvus arclom tv?'!
HLUKARD RENT HI IIVICB
Mktit Phone Ilia
"THE BEST IX PICTURES"
H. W: POOLE, Owner
Mr. Logan, U. S. A, Featuring "Tom Mix"
A Thrilling Story of the Secret Service
' "A SUCCESSFUL ADVENTURE"
Starring May Allison
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HHHHHHM-HMlmK he can depend on "Red Mm
Admission 10c and 20c
A chilli accompanied by par
ent admitted free Viitli a 80c
ticket, oxrept Saturduy night
and Sumluy night.
This Theater now properly
Heated and Ventilated.
Fumigated evory night
m$mwWmmmmmmnf(W i inn Z-M
Crown" to give full power and
long mileage. It is straight dis
tilled, all-refinery gasoline.
"Red Crown" has the full and
continuous chain, of boiling points
nece.-sary for easy starting, quick
and smooth acceleration, steady,
dependable power and iBng mile
age. Look for the Red Crown sign
before you fill.
CT.'.HIMnD OIL COMPAHY
R. A. WINZLER Special Agent, Klamath Falls, Oregon.
BMTCHFORD'S CALF, AND LAMB MEAL W
Murphey's FeecT& Seed Store
126 South Sixth St. Phone $1