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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 21, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
M T ON
pawning the future Hut almost nil tnl exclusive of th state hlKhwny
tlu states ntul suhdtvislotis In Hie on 910.ono.000 uf honiM ur kIwii lie-!
tiro country nro iIoImk tho same thliiR low, whlrli Is the first roinprohonslo
OroKim has sot out to ilo. Tho I'nltod list nuhllshed of proposal lo ho Mitedi H' een
on iliy liinil I-
Slates Kovornmont unit till tho wnr
torn tuitions of tho world hitxo sot tho
pace us n sentience to tho rolurn to u
status of world peace. It Is expansion
Hint iiumiis wiiko scales, productln
costs ntul IIvIiik costs permanently
higher thiin pro-tailed lioforo tho war.
oconomlsts iloclnro. hut no noto of
muni next month, to Issuo additional1 flue In this not Him hut ;"
hoiuls. together with Issues nlromly Mould holi It s uoll n olh.
voted this your , ' V Kltkpairlck mill f.n i
Pur Htiito lnillillnr riiiist met Inn mill to Horils Suildilt tn Hike Mr
Imiil rorlmniitlon. JS.000.000 I "' "'"" 'l'1'"
UoosoMlt I'onst highway (foilornl
nlil to mutch stiitol. fS.SOO.OOO
HlKhwny hoiul Issues In I'.i couu-
nlnrm N soumlcil I'onfldenco In tho ties. JB.MM.oon.
futuro Is uulxcrsal Issuing moro t'lt of I'ortliuiil hullilltiK constrnc-
homls will ho rofloctoil almost liuino- Hon Issues, J l.fifi'.OOO
illntoly In higher local taxes, mill
when tho tlmo conios nrounil to cro-
U tho various proposals to ho vot
oil upon In Juno rocolvo nppnual '.
the pooplo of Oregon the hoiuleil In
debtedness of tho stnto nml Its muni
cipal snhtlMslons will bo Increased
to approximately $00,000,000 or .10
per cent moro than the existing total "Inking '" tor re.lonitlon of
VUbllc debt of $60,000,000 Iho mortgaged futuro It will bo neces-
Just as though It would be nn onll- s"r' ' I,,v- ",,, ,,lrlv mounting
nary undertaking, the problem to '" al,l," 10 l,,,r 'nt of h' ,uw ,H,ml
xollUo public credit further In carry- 'ues for Interest and sinking fund
Ins out constructjon projects doomed requirements.
to boailxlsahle In meeting expected Investment dealers are confident
conditions of unemp!oment Incident there will be no difficulty In dlspos
to the termination of the war anil to lug of tho new crop of Oregon stnto
hasten readjustment of Industry nnd tul municipal bonds .since this type
trade, seems to be approaching with- of securities will be exempt from all
out much concern on the part of tnx- taxation and there Is a ready nation
payers generally So far nil activities wide absorption of anything guaran
favorable to further bonding are or- teed by lawful taxing powers
Ranlzlng. and the opposition, whnt- Starting with the slnto Issue of
ever there may be. appear to be $10,000,000 of highway construction
without organized force. As a re- bonds, authorized by the recent leg-
snlt it Is probable that the several islature without vote of the people,
proposals to sisue more general obll whereby the Interest and sinking
cation bonds by the state. IS coun- fund charges will be provided out of
ties and numerous other municipal annual license revenues on mbtor ve-
subdlvlslons of the state. Including hides, the public debt In Oregon will
the city, the port and the school dls- have grown larger by $29,631,000 If
trict of Portland. the proposals to Issue more obllgn-
To expand the public credit in this' Hon bonds carry at the June elec- asylum She thinks "It will he much
state more than halt within a year is tlons. The Items making up the to- nicer at Wulla Walla '
1'ort of rortlnuil ship operating
subsidy bonds, $1,000,000
rortlmul school construct Ion bonds
(June :'l). $2,500,000
Hnnils voted In outer-state counties
since March. $1,150,000
t ill in ii iMu is rwoitutu:.
NNKW OKI. KAN'S. May 21 Foil
oral union of all I'reshMerlntit nml
reformed churches of the t nlted
States whs recommended In tile re
port of the conference committee on
federal union at the session of tho
."'.'ill genernl asemhl of the I'resli)
trlan church In tho I'nltod Suites,
known as the Southern I'reshi terlnn
iti'Tii n.untisov cian
to vr.w AT
YAKIMA. Washington May 21
Kuth Harrison is pleased at a decision
given yesterday that she be kept ut
the penitentiary and not sent to the
i I Mill
llltlel Ii.ii I"' H
working heie for the past i. ,v . K .
The ladles of the llelplrr Hand
will meet with Mis t'hiiniller nm'
'oiluosdii. M 2 1 nl
Mrs'C (' Miller, who tins li.-eu
laltlng neiir Klaiunth F.ills fur
siimi'tliiie returned to her ilmiKhtei "
Mrs O i: Hunt last week
lodging from Hie passing rim
neurit oer person In Hits tielnltt
went to the circus Inst Mnudit Of
course "I'n" ulwii)H he lo k.i mi.'
lake ihe ehllilreii
II (illKstl'U. wlf nml two i.lllgll
tors, lioriilre and Mrs l.'thel Hilf
flth and lul In girl of Cue Vallet were
plensiinl cullers at .1 I. Hnllet Sun
Mrs Turner of Kluinurll Falls Is
spending n few ilms with her iluuitl'
tors. Mrs II V WIImui nnd Mrs
r M Kirk put rick
Those who hae land on Ihe lake
'rout nre s Inisv preparing ihel
Innd and putting In crops '
lliiyden of Klnmiith Falls was down
Friday utlendliiK to business in thai
Miss Hatch of Tule l.nke bus re
turned from u weeks Mt itii r.in
tlves near Klamuth Falls
ohkciiv ,mi: ititi r,
We arc always on the Job rrady to
t tH taku care of our lire Insuranre. (till.
cote Smith. 03.1 Main ut. 9-tf
IAN OLD RECIPIE
NKW VOKK. May 21 - N'enrl) ele
ven thouimnd troopK hnve urritcit 1
here on five transports. Inrlinllug
members of the old Third Oregon. In
ronipnny II of the li;2ml Infantry In
the 42st t)lslon The coiupuin in
cluded four officers and 2T men
ii"i,rn-ifirw'i.ri uin--riri, i.h j i imi
FOR THE BEST IN EATS
Everythmg cooked to til your taste
Our Pastry can't be beat
JESSE BAILEY, Prop.
Phone 185 610 Main St
SAtiK TK.I AMI sri.l'HIlt Tl'K.NS
l.ll.W, I'AIIKII HAIlt IIAIIK
New City bundry
WK fit,AIIANTi:K Ol'lt WOIIK
Shirts anil Cnllnrs jiutnlrrr
Wr also uasli silk, himiI anil inl
orrsl rimmIs xcry carefully. Try us
once anil lie ronvlnrrsl. Our prlros
are right. I'hone 1S4.
127 Fourth Street
Dark of Flint National lUnk
t ! IHtH
Almost everyone knows that Sage
Ten and Sulphur, piopcrly com-
poirded, bring back the natural !(
color and liutre to thi hnlr when I
fipd, streaked or gray. Years ago
the only way to set this mixture wns
to make It at home, wulcn in mnssy '
and troublesome. I
Nowadays we simply at al any '
drug store for "Wyeth'a Sage und '
Sulphur Compaund." You -IH get
a large bottle of this old-tlm. recipe
Improved by the addition of other in i
grcdlents, at very little cost. K'ry.
body uses this preparation now. bo-
i cause no one cun possibly tell 'hat
jou darkened your hair, as It dues
It so naturally and even'y. You
dampen a sponge or soft brnrh with
'It itnil ilrnw tills thru vmir iinlr ink.
Ing one small strand at n time- by To look on"' be8t Bna rr,', onu' b'M
morning the gray hair disappears. ' to cn"r Bn ln"IJ"' bttth ch '""'
nnd after nnolher atinllcatloii or two lnK ,() ,lu,U ,rom lhc "ytcm the prevl-
DMHI EOT WATER
W TOdJ DESME A
tay w cant htlp but lek
bttur and ftal bttttr
afUr an Inslda bath.
your hair becomes beautlfiillv dark.
thick and glosiiy ,u you Ioqk years and Pulnous toxins before It Is ab
Kfc k llt(V
? af-tjoar-'tottnd sot drink
The fiMt man's drink was water and
grain. Bevo is he highest refinement
oi .he natural drink of primitive man
he accepted drink of modern America
a beveraJe with real food value.
A healthy and substantial drink at
the soda fountain, or vith lunch at the
restaurant , a comfort waiting for you
in the ice-bo aI home.
Sulil otorutw . ramit,ot lupflfd iy frottr. dtu$t and Jtattf,
imtori arr inviltd lu mtiQct ourilantT'
Mason k Ehrnian Co.,
Oiktnlmiors KI MIH JAI IS, OltH.
SftXllhimiTfnfiuTllll I xK&K&
sorbed Into tho blood. Just as coal.
when It burns, leaves behind a certain
amount of Incombustible material In
the form of ushes, so food and drink
taken each day leaves In tho iilimen
lary organs u certain amount of Inill
gestiblu mnterlul, which If not ollmiunl
ed, form toxins and poImiiih which are
ilieii sucked Into the blood through the
ury ducts which life Inlemled lo suck
in only nuurlsliment to nuhtnln the
If ou want to see the k!ow uf hcaltliv
bloom in our clicikH, to sic your skin
si't cloaur and tleaiei, you ,im told to
Irlnlc nery morning upon in Mug, a
'lass of hot water with a iiMnpoonful
of limestone phosphate in it, whlth Is a
ImrinlohH lueiitiM of washing (he wusle
material and toxins fiom the stomach,
'liver, l(!dno)H ami bowels, thus cleans
uir, HVceienlng nnd put If) lug the en
lite alliiieniniy linn, heforo putting
iiioiii food Into tho Hlomai'h.
Men ami wiinien with sallow skins,
Ihur spots, pimples 01 palid cumplex
ion, also those wlin walie up with n '
-oatnd tongue, had liisle, naatv bn nth, '
iiliers who u ic holhiieil with hi'.id
K'liOH, hilloliH spells, mill Mloniai Ii in
'JllHlipitfloh Hhiiuld begin thii pirns
lilinted hot walei ill linking, ami an uh
mod of eiy pronouncid n-uli in
uno or two wi-cIch
A ijuuili-r pouni! of Jlmestonn phos
plmtu costs try llitlu m thn ding Hion-1
but U Hiifricleiit to dcmoiiHtriili lhat '
just as soup nml hoi water cIimih-ch,
purllloH and fieshens thn slilu on hid
outaldi', so hot wntur and liiiie-tono
lihosplialo art on Ihn inshlo oigniiH
VVu tiiiist always ronshlur Hint Internal
sanitation Is vastly moio liupoitiuit
ilimi otilshlo clenulluesH, heimisn tho
-kin jioioh do not iiliHoih Imptirltlfs
Inlo thn blood, whllo tho IjiiwcIh ikuch
ROBERTS & HANKS
PHONE 173 422 MAIN ST.
of battery trouble.
car with an
44 JBxibc" Battery
23 Main St Phone 22M
ous da's waste, sour fermentations'
I n A
I '' '.J
heeause it makes earnings nmu1 and ox
pensos less and creates tijiptirtunitios.
Some people are always goiiiK to
save, but they never do. Tlu-y are al
ways tfointf to get out of the rut, hut
they never do.
Poverty pinches those wlm waste.
Thrift prospers those who save.
Open a Savings Account today and
T II R I F T
demonstrate how little thine ".' ,J-
First State &
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
0 KS Ai K
CHICKEN FEED. ALL SIZES GRIT. OYSTER
SHELL. SCRATCH FEED. CRACKED CORN.
EGG' MASH. CHARCOAL. BONE, AND LICE
Murphey's Feed & Seed Store
126 South Sixth St