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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 5, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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1CK AlllllMIi TOSS SAYS KAI
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1U.KH. AXI) TIIK WOIIST KXK
5IY (JKUMAXY HAS KVKK HAD
BERLIN. July i. (Oorrcspond
enco of The Associated PresO The
former German Emperor Is termed
superficial, a Rambler, "a dlltatnnte
of the worst kind and the worst en
emy Germany has had since lilt1-."
tiy Vice Admiral Koss In his revela
tions entitled, "Disclosures about tho
Hrcakdown." The Vice Admiral
charges that the Emperor let things
drop that he had espoused passion
ately, after he had lost interest in
them. In his conviction thnt he un
derstood everything th? former Em
peror, lib says, went so far as to pp -ticlpate
In a contest arranged by tho
Navy Department for plans to con
j'ptruct an armored cruiser.
The Vice Admiral ascribes the
breakdown of the fleet to lack of de
cision and civilian courage among
the officers, lack of disciplining and
forgetfulness of duty, even undenia
bin - . t
Vre-Admiral Foss gives as tho
cause of war, first, the "peculiarity
otjthe Cer.njn people."' s-e-oud. th.i
C tlm Fnieir-r and thirl, ho I'" i
power in tho hands of the Emperor.
We takes tho leaders to task and
says. Admiral Von Tirpltz was not a
proper leader, that Von Scheer car
ried out the Skagerak fight with
faulty tactics, that Von Hoetzendorff
aras incompetent but was made Chief
6T Staff because of his relationship
and friendship with Admiral Von
Mueller and Herr Ballin. .
said complnliit .iu-mII- A donee of 1111
this Honorable Court for tho pluln-
iiiy mid iicitlnsi tho ilofondants. do- ,
daring that tho plaintiff ut I ho time
of the co111111encemo.il of this hiiII
.'in 'nnii intw Is. the owner In abmi-
they sold at the rate of $1.50 each.'..,, i,ut n limited volume Tho staff into foe simple of tho following do-
and were bought up eagerly ,,mm, f conciliation resumed Its os- scribed real I,,J,m,rl'; "Jj1 (( ,m,f
VICTIM OF HATCHET the differences between the employ-1
this writing, a pound of butter costs
the eiiulvale.it of two dollars, eggs
sixty to eighty-five cents apiece and,
the other day, when some tiny oran
ges were brought ashore from a ship
PORTLAND. July 3 The tele
phone strike conditions remain un
changed with sorMce -till being glv-
ASSAULT IS DEAD ers mI ,ht 'pioes.
Just Remember this,
The dates for
t'UKll.A.Mi. JUl .'irs. aru-th( ,.,,,.. Collvontlon re
line Stafford who was wounded !" . 15 ami 16. Get lx'.uly.
estorday when her husband. R. W. .
Stafford, ran Amuck at their homo Sl'MMOXS I
with a hatchet, died today. Their sou. In the Circuit Court of the .State of
Wirt, aged five, who' was wounded by Oregon, for tho l ounty of Klam-;
his fnthor Is still In a precarious ton- Pn,lirliri, t -n,i iM inves'ment
ditlon. ' Company, a Corporation
An inquest has been ordered on the tiff.
body of Stafford, who killed honiself vs.
after attacking the family and settin,;
fire to the home and that of the year!
old baby whom he klled Three child-'
ren besides the one who is wounded
are left orphans. ,
IS CALLED OFF
NEW YORK, July " The strike
of the commercial telegraphers
Mlllr-. A II Miller.
and the unknown heirs, legatees
and devisees of the said Alexnn-'
der II. Miller and M Miller:
tteJhrge Nurse and Kat" NurS", hlsi
wife, and the Unknown heirs,1
legatees and iMisees of the said
George Nurse uiid Kate Nurse;
Kate Hatten: also all other per
sons or parties unknown claim
ing any right, title, estate, llon
or interest in the real estate do-,
scribed in the complaint herein,
acres of Enterprise Tract mi id
11. Enterprise Tract No. 3SA, En
terprise. Tract No. HSII. the north
nine acres of Enterprise Tract No.
37, Enterprise Tract No. 41A, En
terprise Tract No 4111, Enterprise
Tract No. 42. all In section .14.
township "S south, range ! east.
W M. Klamath County, Oregen:
Enterprise Tract No .IS, the west
two and one-half acres of Enter
prise Tract No 3.1A. Enterp.lso
Tract No 33II, Enterprise Tract
No 3.".. Enterprise Tiacl No. 36,
Enterprise Tract No. 43 .and En
terprise Tract No 4 4. nil In sec
tion 3. township 39 south, range
Oregon, according to the dedicat
ed pl.it thereof dated March 19,
1907 recorded In tho olllcv of tho
Count Clerk of Klamath County.
State of Oregon on May 4, 1907:
THE KLAMATH FALLS BASE BALL TEAM
Thursday Friday and Saturday Night
PEERLESS ORCHESTRA. ADMISSION 50C.
Ployed by the NVestern Cnlon and xanib. H. MmA. HM!
rostai Teiegrapn companies was ue
cl.ired off today. The strikers fal!d
to gain the points for which they 1
of the Associated Press.) The popu-,
latlon of North Russia is look'ng for
ward to the opening of navigation to
Telleve a general shortage in tho im-,
plest necessities and small Urjuries of '
life from which it has suf fere 1 since .
the beginning of the Bolshevik' re
An American housewife, accu.stoii- j
ed to buying the little things she
Tieei without trouble, could hardly
picture the condition of her siste.' in
One wants, for instance, to sew a 1
new dress. Perhaps one may obtain ,
the material, at a fabulous price, ori
faitly reasonable if bought, strictly j
rationed, by card. Search for linings 1
Adopt This Habit j
As Well As Men I
Glass of hot water each morn-
Ing helps us look and feel .
clean, sweet, fresh. J
HaDDV. bright, alert vigorous and
vivacious a good clear skin; a natural
rosy complexion and freedom from Ill
ness are assured only by clean, healthy
blood. If only every" woman and like
wise every man could realize the won
ders of the morning Inside bath, what
a gratifying change would take place.
Instead of the thousands of sickly
anaemic- looking men, women and girls
with pasty or muddy complexions; in
stead of the multitudes of "nerve
wrecks," rundowns," brain, fags" and
pesslmlfets we should see a virile, opti
mistic ttrens of rosy cheeked people
An Inside bath is had by drinking,
each morning before breakfast, a glass
of real hot water with a teaspoonful of
limestone phosphate in it to wash from
the stomach, liver, kidneys and ten
yards of bowels the previous day's in
digestible waste, sour fermentations
and poisons, thus cleansing, sweeten
ing and freshening the entire alimen
tary canal before putting more food
into the stomach.
Those subject to sick headache, bil
iousness, nasty breath, rheumatism,
colds; and particularly those who have
a pallid, sallow complexion and who
are constipated very often, are urged
to obtain a quarter pound of limestone
phosphate at the drug store which will
cost but a trifle but is sufficient to dem
onstrate the quick and remarkable
change in both health and appearance
awaiting those who practice internal
Hanitation. We must remember that
inside cleanliness 1b more Important
than outside, because the skin does not
absorb impurities to contaminate the
blood, while the pores in tke thirty
feet of bowels do. Adv.
KDI'S DKKKAT SENDS
WOODSMEN TO REST PERIODS.
PCLLMAN. Wash July ',. Woods
men, miners and other workers in
the great outdoors, once the patron
of the saloon for days at a time or
until they were "broke" now are be
coming gentlemen of leisure for.
weeks and even months at a time,
thus spending their time off from '
work in thoro enjoyment of the rest '
that comes to work performed, ac
cording to H. E. Gregory, farm help
specialist of Washington State col-,
lege, who recently returned from a
visit to the principal farm labor cen
ters of the state. Mr. Gregory met the
leaders of many of the state and fed
eral labor-supplying agencies and
bases his opinion on the comment
made by a majority of them.
"A man comes into town, say, with
several hundred dollars in hand,"
says .Mr. Gregory. "There is no sal
oon keeper in town with whom he
can leave his money. So, oddly,
strangely, here is what great num
bers of these men are doing They
are handing their money over to the
keepers of restaurants and lodging
houses. A lot of them pay for their
'board and room' six months to a
year In advance. And then gentlemen
of leisure, they enjoy the shady and
cool places of the town for six
months or a year. They have no care
on earth and not the slightest desire
to go to work when their board and
room Is paid for a year in advance.
They are sober well feed, sleep well'
every night, and satisfied with the I
world Just as it Is." I
and devisees of the said Alexan
der H. Miller and A H Miller;
George Nurse and Kaio Nurse his
wife, and the unknown heirs,
legatees and devisees of the said
George Nurse and Kate Nuise;
Kate Hatten: also all other per
sons or parties unknown claim
ing any right, title, estate, lien,
or Interest in the real estntc dc '
scribed in the complaint herein,
Cement Work of all KI111N
Let Mc Make You an
W. D. MILLER
Ladies' & Men's
MADE TO ORDER
BEST OP WORKMANSHIP
PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED
Prices are Tcry reasonable
Your Inspection invited
Chas. J. Cizek
HIS Main St-
ANYWHERE IN THE CITY
You Don't Need a Tool Box
WHEN YOU GO TO FORT KLAMATH
The Fort Klamath Garage will do your work and
do it right at reasonable prices.
We carry a full line of Accessories, Gas and Oils.
Cars for Hire
FORT KLAMATH GARAGE
Propst & Porter
T2'.i Main St
Jack Monrmv, Prop.
Cigars, Tobnrro, Soft Drink,
Peel anil Milliards
IJarbcr Shop in oCnnectlon
"Court anil Scrlj"
has for her motto "One Hundred Conts
for Every Dollar Expended."
She believes in a full return for every
She is not tight-fisted. She knows that
the cheapest materials are often the
most expensive in the end.
She has an Account Book which
shows what becomes of the money she
spends, and a Bank Book which shows
what becomes of the money she saves.
Her funds receive absolute protection
First State &
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Reclaim That Tule Land
One season's crop will pay the cost. Let us make you
a price for reclaiming your tule land. The cost will'
be so low it will surprise you.
Reasonable terms can be arranged.
Land taken in part payment.
SAWMILL ENGINEERING 9c CONSTRUCTION
Phone 149-J K. D. Building
Just a few years ago the City of Klamath Falls was "Up
against it." Perhaps there wasn't one person in five hundred
knew it, but, nevertheless, it was a fact.
The situation was critical, the future of the City hung in
the balance. Few realized, busy in their everyday affairs, that
the Queen City of Southern Oregon, standing as she does on the
banks of a great river and touching with her boundaries two great
lakes, was famished for water.
There was "Water, water everywhere, but not a (Iron to
drink ;" it was starvation in a land of plenty, for the water of these
big lakes and in the river was tule soaked and germ contained.
The only available supply was being pumped from an open
spring into distributing reservoirs, but the quality was questioned
and the supply inadequate.
Something had to be done ; something was done ! And today
the City of Klamath Falls is possessed of an abundant sup
ply of the purest artesian water in the world.
Three 12-inch wells were driled through hard rock, one to a
depth of 78 feet, one to 80 feet and one to 160 feet, from which
pure, cold, clear water gushed. These wells were cased, capped
used in the City today is being pumped water free from con
tamination of any kind, for it does not see the light of day until
and sealed, and it is from these rock covered strata that the water
it pours into the reservoir, and then only until it again runs away
into the mains to serve you at the faucet.
California-Oregon Power Company
Egg Mash, Growing Mash, Fattening Mash
To Your, Chickens
Murphey's Feed & Seed Store
126 South Sixth St Phone 87
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