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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
rilllMV, .M,lt( II 7. tut,,
The Evening Herald
R. J. M U It It A V
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humanity anil heretofore deemed so
remote and oxen doubtful of reallzn-
' tlon nro tu become reality thru np
11 k'il communism. .
, Men who touch such stutt ns this
nro permitted to piomulgate their"!
. . . . , , .Ideas destruetlxe of loyalty, from the
had dally eiccpl Sunday byi , , . .,., .,f,,.i . ), .. .
ld Publishing Company of ,0,nt of ntnge offered bj the pro- I
I.ITTI.K KIDKI.IOIIIS ON I.OCAIi HAI .PIANINOS
AMONG TIIK PKOPI.K OK THIS CITV AMI VICINITY.
liOIMIS AM) COMI.VUH OF l.OCAIKOI.KS'
Klamath Palls, at HE Fourth street fessors' chulrs of American colleges
, Thej do not propose to ehniiKe the
Kntered at the postofllce at Klnm- go eminent to a socialist form byi
ath Fall, Ore., tor transmission thru constitutional means, but by reotu-'
the malls as socond-class matter. ton un()er tho red rlnK ,n al),,rovcd.
' Bolshevik manner They ncknowlJ
?-b,c',pl,l?n ,V"i?8, hJ. mnM t0 nn' edqe no lovalty to the American re-!
address In the United States: ... , , , .,.. n ..... .. .'
One year JB.00 liu'lc for u,p' 'leclaro thenibclves
One month .... ,50 cltiicns of the world. The defiance
- thrown down to democracy by social-
: . .... . i.... . lam iii cpt country is u challenge
mi ..!.. i o . i. ..i..i.i. to the American people to purge their' Mr. mid Mrs Thomas J KelU worn Monday
entitled to the use for republication educational Institutions of such amonc the train airlaU last night J Miv and Mrs. l:."',!) Weston nero' '
m. mnim uwpaicues rreuueu 10 n leacners. niey rauirai ue hub iu ulu irom i.os Anqoies. ,,,. Pi,r. ,,,, ,,, .,,. ,,,. ,,,, J I
WJot otherwise credited In this pa- tne United States and their own! - ,?,";;"", w .. i '
r r. aisu loeni nesi i-uuiuuii-u 1-1,1,, , the same time, and they ' " " ,,u ,3 ,u;cu "" "'""era ui --" -r- ----- , - -v- --,-- , j
The Winnek Co., In
ltay Chapman Is a tecetit arrival In Mis Julia Mntsrnk, who has boon
tins city irom onMiml California. (ueio rvom roilliuul to Msit her V
. daughter at the hospital, returned to
I- W. Hold xn a passenger title Uer omo ,, mornins. 1 A
morning on tho staKo fur Uonnuca i '.;- . 1 t
,, .,,,,,,,, ,.,,,' Mr. nmt Mis, RfWannlciKtml fnm-1 V
II. K. lledford Is loaklnR after bus!.' m1j, hi mor11R, ,or (ailt , A
ness nterests In thoCounty seat ,, ,. fa oxpoclMo u.slt with' A
from Worden. ,. ,. .... ., , J
itlllix Illinium tlllll (4((tl,t lltl IU V "a
426 Main Street
M,aii .i.ht. f n,.i,in;.,inn f .. aie as tuny a puouc enemy as pro
clal dispatches herein are aUo re- Cermans hae been Oregonlan.
1 rr.w mi.us at i.k.isuatciii:.
1 i,nii- nn 1 - . Pseugors on . j lie , trajn ,iiii
j tneir o n ( f . .. 1 ;. j ,, v,,.
time and they I J- w. w"11 ls Xic 01 matters of ''R for Medford.; 'he.are unr
enemy as pro- ""slncss from San Francisco. Ilrt h ns whether or ;iotfethey w
FBIDAV, MARCH 7, 1010
BOLSHEVISM IX THK COLLKOKS.
stonnlnir nt (ho Hotel Hull. Wain tliere-111 tho fllturo.
. j I
I J. I. Heard Jias been called to Al- ' O.. Ciawfotd. n promlnont Sin' ,it
Ibany on aciount of hU father's 111- Kinnclco attorney who is Identified I f
One of the most striking examples .
. .-j... .... w.,. .J See Charles S Hood. Klamath
rJrr ;f.: """-Vr AB.ncy. for Indian SrlnS lands and
niuciiVAU icpuuiiu uui in 1:11:1 j iur
March 7. Of the S21'nes. His fsther Is not expected to" w,th the .California Oregon I'ower
! Company cnino in last ovenlu on
hiialnnea II., tu ntniinhii. it ttm W'ltllA X
l'ostmaster W. E. Fox otDorrls1 Vellc.tn " 1 j
who came In last evening on matters 1 !
of business left for that point this1 Ml"- Oeorge Merrjtnan left this A
'morning for Weed wltore site win
I meet, Dr. Merryman;, who lias been J
hills Intioduced 436 lime passed the e.
legislature at the session Just closed
This was the lowest number Intro
duced since 1911.
bors, but fosters, propaganda aimed
at its own destruction, is the extent
to which socialism has been permit
ted to entrench Itself In universities j
and colleges. Socialists hse become '
professors of political economy and
other subjects, tho socialism Is their
only conception of political economy
and they Inject its theories w hen j
teachlrg-other subjects. They haet
become so strong that they maintain
a magazine called the Intercollegi
ate Socialist, it Is useful at this crls-'
is for the Insight which It gives into
the real character and aims of social
ism. The first fact which we need to
keep in mind is that socialism is of '
distinctly Gernan origin, having been
promulgated by Karl Marx and Fred
erick Engels, both Germans, and im
ported to America and every other
country by German Immigrants and
refugees. It is perfectly f consistent
Vila lis uerniun uriciu mai 11s uei-
man advocates are not content to win
a majority to their opinion by reason '
alone, and then to establish it b J
the "Vote of the majority; t hey ( seek .
to overturn the present democratic!
1 rorm of government Dy lorce. ana ter
ror and to set up socialist-rule by the '
pawer of the minority. Hence the J
bolsbevikl in Russlt, the spartacans 1
in Germany and the gang which nt-
tempted to seiae the government of! FreeMne is o, ind
Dettiue are nuiniiig ituc m luuu. .
It is natural, for these reasons,'
that the Intercollegiate Socialist
i should contain an article on "The
Soviet State of Russia," by C. Kuntz
a distinctly German name7ln typl-'
cally collegiate language It white-1
washes bolshevism. This rule by ter-
ror is defined as necessary to the ,
evolution by revolution from Czar
ism to commUnallsm, and this fling '
is taken at the established lnstltn-j
tlons of demecracy:
siMf mpv i Ti
v-o MMMV H
faP" m:i. 11
Mrs. C. A. Powers who has been l si,Uo the closing dajs of tho logis-
here for a islt with her father, A In
ner Haynns, left this morning for her
home at Dorrls.
City Engineer C. J
molng from the Coimt.V'.SiirNeyor's
lature and they will go south until
the Doctor's health Is Improved
Mr. nnd Mrs. A.
Cleghorn Is the tinln this m
V. A. llellmon left on f
ornlng for Medford, iV
In the City Hall.
nny go to other points and remain
....III M.. Tt..l1i,.rt.. I.nn rt..ll..lt a. I
Mrs. J. M. nedford Is In town for( ; "'"" " , . '
short vhlt from the Klamath lt""Pl' ,r"m "" reBOTU "mc3S
Agency. She Isa guest at the White,
Pelican Hotel todiy.
Mis. II. J. Young, who camo bore
llollmnn will look after ' !
office this niornlug to now qinrters uusiqess interests. From theio theyt ,
I - - iv
1 with her son. Hartey for his opera- X
" " i tlon Wednesday nt the Klamath Gen- J
See Charles, S Hood. Kl.i'inth er-1' HospIUl, returned to that point j
Agency, the real estate agent. He this morning She reports that her
will write jour contracts and jther son is getting along nicely, altlio his;
legal papers. 12-tf ,' recovery will necessitate some time A
Clyde L, Meredith, who came (o'v
this city following the death of his
brother-in-law, the lato John Hutch-j
Ins to bo with 'it sister, feft this jt
morning for Foil Hllss, Texas, where' J
he Is identified with the medical, J
branch of the military ."ervlco. He la f V
grCntly plensed with the Klamath v
For Thrifty People
250 Laundered Shiits for Men
Regular $1.25 to $1.50, now 80c
Men's Heavy Wool Undershirts Half
Price. Some fleece lined at 50c
Boys' Heavy Shoes, Broken Sizes
' Regular $3.00, now .$1.75
Women's Shoes, now, per pair ..$3.00
Children's 50c to $2.25
Women's and Children's Rubbers
Per pair 50c
Thread 4c per spool
White Tape 5c per bunch
Embroidery Floss . 2 for 5c
A few word of explana
tion in regard to the
It seemi tome hnve the
wrong idea of starting young
ladies' names. You cun place
in line anyone you wish to
The Winnek Co. has abso
lutely nothing to do with
-tarting a name. We hand
you the ticket, you vote for
whom you please.
CORNS LIFT OUT
calluses lift right off
Doesn't hurt a bit
DAXCIXG SATURDAY KVK.MXG
"THE DEMj OK XEW YOItK."
Tmo Reels of Comedy.
Ailmlssloii 10 und 0 cents. Sliotr'
Starts 7::tO anil t):l..
uisinci ana nopes to recene an ini-.g
mediate discharge and return here to, J
SUIT SETTLED OUT OF COURT.
Tho suit recently Instituted by E.
The Winnek Co., Inc
426 Main St. Phone 34 Klamath Falls
D. Weston against H. U DeAitnondjV ty
'for a fln-il accounting tins been Ret-" .-. J - . J J . JX 5 t
tied out of Court, according to an an
J nounceraent made by Circuity Judo
f D. V. Kuykcndall. The two men were
partners In the lumber business In
, this county.
The soviet state seems to be the
- medium chosen by history, for thej
ieallation of those IdeaU which ,
formed 'but the Veneer of the now
tottering civilization, the ildeals of
liberty, equality 'and brotherhood and
"all that flows therefrom.
So the civilization of which the
"splendid emblems are the great dem
ocracies that overthrew German au- a few cents buy a tiny bottle of
tocracy is "tottering" and the soviet tne magic Freezone at any drug
state of which Lenlne and Trotsky store. Apply a few drops'of Freez
give 'Us an example In Russia Is to Jone 1)0n a tender, aching corn or a
supplant It. That is the opinion cur. calIus istaiitly that troublesome
rent among those who teach young j corn or C3Uk 8topg nurtlnKi tnen
.Americans. 'shoitly ou lift it out. root and all,
A little further on la this expies- ay pa,n soren'egs or ,rrUa.
s,on: " 'tlon. These little bottles of Freezone
It Is the work of the soviet state to contan iust enotigh to rid the feet
nut concrete content Into the empty ,
phrase of the passing civilization "All ery hard coin, soft coin, corn
men are free and equal," by eradlcat- between the toes and the calluses on
ing the cause of social inequality. bottom of feet. So easy! So simple.
The fact Is conveniently overlook. whj. waU? No i,umbug!
ed that the process of eradication ..
takes the form of massacre of all
non-proletarians who refuse to be
come .slaves of the soviet. Russia is
befng 'equalized by destroying nil who
are above tl0 lowest. The passage
quoted contains a misquotation which
lies atjhe root of socialism. The de
claration of Independence does not
say: "All men are free and equal,"
but "all men are created equal." As
' 'they emerge from Infancy inequality
develops by no provision of human
law but by the workings of nature
Inequality of intellectual and pliysl
.t imwor of wealth cannot set It
aside, as ia-often proved. "It Is only i Grandparents, fathers, mothers, the
"-"'. ,... shirtsleeves . Eddies all have used and oro u:'n3
thre generations from sturtsieeves ( . . , -iMMnti
" -i.'ir-innvAR." Yet socialism tiles, ...!,--.mi !,, i,I, r
to set aside natural law.
The article concludes with an ex
t aertatlon to revise our thinking and
jwlth this eulogy on bol-hevlsm:
l BiicK' revision may open up' before
i TODAY j
Triangle I'leseuts '
WIIiMASI S. HART
An Intense Powerful Dniiiui.
I'utbo Xcns latest Current Eients.
Ailiulsslnn 10 & 15 cents Matinee
.:!). Eteulngs 7:0 & 0.
Get nie.isurrd for jour Spring Suit
6-3t K. K. K. STORE.
i MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TUESDAYS AND SATUKDAY8
Ask Clillrote & Smith about the
MV COST life, accident and henltli
policies of the Travelers. 1-tt
Chili Con Carne
' and Tamales
21 1 V. flth. Solicit Home Trade
MIVM ST.Ti:SM.N IMsSIW.
Dr. King's New Discovery
relieves them and keep
you going on the job
Fifty continuous years cf,a!mo6i
Unfailing checking anctrdievinc coughs,
colds anda kindred sufferings h t!:o
proud achievement of De. lung's New
jroia'?brrolng vUlon of the dawn
ifTaew civilization rising In Russia
5V?..? It ih. ..nvief Htnte wheie-
la sjr Of "the I Ideals cherished by,
to-takc remedy thev knov of.
Sold by all druggists. 60c and $l,g0.
Keep Boweb On Schedule
Late, retarded functioning thror3
the whole day's duties out of gear.
Keep the system cleansed, the appe
tite lively, the stomach staunch With
Dr. King's New Life 1'ilb. Mild-and
tonic in action. Sold cvcrj'whtrc. 25c
"THE IJEST IN PICTURES"'
H. W. POOLE, Owner
Gladys Brockwell in
Tom Mix in
"HEARTS AND SADDLES"
SATURDAY Matinee and Evening
Marguerita Fisher in
"MONEY ISN'T EVERYTHING"
"An Accident Attorney"
Mutt and Jeff ff
Hearst News Recent World Happenings
Admission 10c and 20c
A t'lillil accompanied by par
ent admitted free VIlli a 2)u
tklict, uvrept Hal unlay ui;It
and Kuiiilay night.
This, Theater now properly
Hmited nnd Ventilated. ,
rumlgatcd every night
I HEAD, STUFFED FROM
I CATARRH OR A COLD i
Says Cream Applied in Nostrils
Opens Air Passages Kight Up. Z
Instant icllef no waiting. Your
clogged nostrils open right up; tho
air passages of your head clear and
you can broatho freely. No moro
hawking, snuffling, blowing, head
ache, doness. No struggling for
breath at night; your cold or catarrh
(let a flmull bottlo of Ely's Creafh
Dalm from your druggist now, Ap
ply a little of this fragrant, antiseptic,
hoallng cream In your nostrils. It
penctrutcs thru every air passago of
the head, soothes tho Inflamed or
swollen mucous tnoinbrane and relief
It's just fine. Don't stay stuffed
up with a cold or nasty catarrh. Adv
Seo Charles S. Hood. Klamath
nearly always full of gas that gnu Axency for hualth and accident li
me no end of miser) , und I hud to ""'"'"'
quit eating most everything but
broth nnd other light diet. I had such
an awful pain In my right sldo that
I couldn't stand up straight and
eomotlmct I would :ilno.it double up
In agony, 1 had tenlblo headaches,
my sleop W3s o broken It didn't do
mo nny good nnd I felt tiled and
udrn out ult the time.
"I read of a man In Tennessee who
luil gotten relief from tho snmo!
trouble as mine by taking Tanlnc,
so I decided to try It. Iloforo I hail! TAMPA. Florida, March 7 11117
finished my llr.it bottle I begun to A, Pohort, Secretary of St ato iltirlng
feel bettor mill a few more made inu the recond ndmlnlHtrntloi el (Jioitr
fi'i'l llko a different man. I got m Clm'olanil, died tu'io nt tln ago o(
liiingiity ns a bear at meal times, eat eishty five years.
mi) thing I want nnd nothing hurts i
WIIITK SinVINO. MACIIINi: .MAN- '" l '" ' "I"0!' " ound ns a log t-w Manli IleroriN, SlicpbrriK 7-J
A(ii:it IU:MI:VI:s TAVIiAC WILL "r"1 el !l tuU uf life energy I havu
HKLP AU OTIIKIt SCFI'lIltr.HH nl'widy gained eight pounds, and my
i work Is a rlnl pli'iiniiro to mo now."' I
"If It hadn't been for wlmt other' Tanlnc Is sold In Klamath Fall byi
people said about Tanlac I might bo lllc st,,r nr"K ' . ""'I 'n l.orellr bj
suffering et, and nobody need foar Ul Jnics More. Co. Adv.
doubles llko I had as long us Tan- i
lai- Is made." Mild II. A. Morrison, J . "IVOIICII SUIT (JltANTKI). j
local manager for White Sowing M.i.' Hnttlt. C. liarpor has been given
ihlno Co., Dallas, Texas and living nfn decree of dhurco by Circuit Judgo
:!S17 Ilrown street, that city. ,1), V Kuykondall from her husband
"I.suffojedfrom n long-standing Chailes Harper
nnd stubboin case of stomncli trou- m
hie," ho continued. 'My stomach was
Cement Work of nil Kiml ,
and llnollng '
' Let Me Make You an
VV. D. MILLER
Phone 68 524 Main St.
FOR SERVICE AND QUALITY
( ri Miicrvuu ify-rjssJXffkjffSKfKffJlJJi" '" m m
The only up-to-date market in the city ihnt is
equipped with cold storage rooms for the proper
handling of Fresh and Cured Meats.
Pot Roasts of nice juicy beef'. , 22c
Shoulder Steak of nice juicy Deef 24c
LOIN CUTS OF PORK
Roasts , 28cs Loin Chops 30c
CHEAPER FISH FOR LENTEN SEASON
Nice fresh Salmon that is shipped the same
day it is caught .'. 30c lb
Fresh Columbia Riyer Smelt 4 lbs for 25c
KLAMATH PACKING CoT
GARDEN SEED-Bulk and Package Murphey's Feed & Seed Store
Oregon Standard LPurity and Germiration 126 South sixth St. phom"