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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 17, 1919)
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Organized labor throughout Can
ada has been requested to declare
a. one-day strike today In protest
against the Imprisonment of tho Win
nipeg strike leaders.
Dest yet. Herald Want Ads.
has for her motto "One Hundred (?ents
for Eveiy 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
JULY ISSUE McCLURE'S ON "UTILITIES ENTITLED TO
The financial editor, in a forceful article in that Magazine, says:
"Public Utilities Commissions have been formed in many states to exercise con
trol over privately owned public utilities, and have generally demonstrated that
their regulation is beneficial On tho other hand, municipal ownership has proved
generally unsuccessful, and is subject to objectionable and harmful political manipu
lation. The public should realize this fact, that its interests are those affected, and
It is a fact that private ownership Is ninety-nine times out of a hundred more
efficient than ownership by a government, whether of a city or nation.
"In order that a public utility may expand, money is needed, and to get money
credit is necessary. It Is to the interest of a city and its inhabitants to see that
credit is furnished. ' Their interests aro inextricably Intertwined, and
public indifference to and Ignorance of conditions affecting this class of companies
are serious hardships, to their 'growth and expansion. If the utilities aro to
be regulated they are entitled to protection."
Today is tho centonary of tho birth
of J. Peter Lasloy, Pennsylvania geol-
ogisi mill ciiiul jimuiiuuu uuiuuruy
on questions connected with the conl
formation in America.
Latest Records t Shepherds. 17-3t
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THE EVENING HERALD,
GOOD ORDER; AT A BARGAIN
KLAMATH FALLS MAN
His Testimony Will Interest Eery
Klnmatli Fulls Header
Tho valuo of local evidence Ik in
disputable It is tho kind of ovl-
Ulenco wo accept as truo bocnuso we
know wo can provo It for ourselves
i Thoro has been plenty of such ovl-
I denco in tho Klamath Falls papers
lately, and this straightforward tes
timony has established u confidence
in tho minds of Klamath Kails peo
ple that will not bo easily shaken
M. G. Wilklns says: "I am sub
ject to backache at times and then
my kidneys are more or less in ocu
lar in action. After taking Uoan's
Kidney Pills a few days, my kidneys
act properly and my back feels as
strong as ever. 1 advise anyone
who Is suffqrlng from backache and
kidney disorders to glvo Uoan's Kid
ney Pills a trial, for I know they
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills the same
that Mr. Wilklns had. Fostcr-.MIl-j
burn Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. i
1 Merchants lunch at 11 a. m. to 3
p. m. Crater Cafe 7th St. 5-20t
101 IL, .
1 Don't suffer! Get a dimo pack
I of Dr. James' Headache
! , Powders.
I You can eltwr your lie.nl and rclii-ic
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KLAMATH FALLS. OREQON
CANADA OFFKIIH RECKPTIOX j poHslblo solution of Knglnnd's prm
'I.) li:M01llhl,i:i KOMHKItH Ing resettlement problem.
Whllf) all llrltlsh oinlgrnntH will
LONDON, Sept. 17 Canada Is bo welcomed, Canada Is pnrtlculnr
offerliiK u cordial lecoptlon to do- ly warm for tho coming of profes
mobilized llrltlsh soldiers who have stoiml men. Canadian professional
not luund In Knglaud satisfactory societies aro said to bo prepared to
employment upon their ruttirn to glvo special preference to men of
civilian pursuits. North American this class. Qualified accountants,
emigration Is being suggested an a chemical and forestry Interests, for
PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY
IUPr 1136 Main St
j. c. clkgiiorn
Ciill Engineer and Survejor
Offlco G17 Main St.
Phone, Office, 1(10. Res. 1U2.M.
CHOP SUKV AM) NOODliB
Short Older Menli I'rieil
'. .Main .street
KliASLATH FALKS. UltW.
'. . . t-. !!!. t.lT,"i
Jly buslncbs Is making your
homes bright and prosperous
by Painting, Kalsomlnlug and
Satisfaction my guarantee.
W. E. KANDY
17 Main St. Phono 101JW
saw MiUi i:NcaM:.:PiiNG &
Designer nml builders of mod
ern Saw Mills, Pinning MIIIh, Hot
Plunts. Conipli'le iiluuts contract
etl. Appraisals and reports nnulo.
Dredging. Wn contract 10 build
any class of i building .mil install
machinery of any Kind.
Drafting of any kind done. Illuo
Prints made. 1'HONK 14 1) J
Ofllro in K. 1). lluilillng
112S Iatn Ht.
O. K, Lunch
Formerly 'at 45 Main St.
Homo-Made Pies anU Cakes.
Cold Meats & Lunch Goods.
Ice Cream and fruits.
We handle the Harley-Davldson
Motorcycles and Bicycles Exclus
Ively. Also buy, sell and exchange
all other Makes. Pennsylvania
and Diamond Tires and Tubes
C. E. BISMARK
IIS B. Oth St. Klamath Falls
Wo Do All Kinds of Spring Repnir-
lng New Ones Mode to' Order
Axle Straightening and
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Phone 280-Y 017 Klamath 'Ave.'
K. F., Bend Stage
TIIK PARISIAN BKAUTY SHOP
Facial Jln.ssiiglns, Blenching and
HID Main Phono 800
CITV AMI CtM'NTV AHSTUAOT
AHTHUH II. WIIiHON
You Had Better Order
Your Winter Wood now
Double I .onil Illixks . S7.00
fiiccn Slab, Pine )?:5..-
Ciieen Slab, Fir 5 1.50
W. E. SESHORM CO.
(W2 Mitiii .St. Phono T2
Vorhutzer Ilros. Jt Klaluuba
McDonald Peel Room
Klamath Falls, Oregon
Let your Glass Troubles bo My
Reglazlng done In any part
of tho city
E. C. 8TUCKY.
Carpontor & Cabinetmaker
Phono 477W 1024 Main.
FOR ANY KINDJ)F FURNITURE
" Andy Mauf itsch
At No, 10 Main Street.
TRY MB PHONE 17-J
Now Open for
Mrs. 'Rosa 'McDaniels,
301 High St Phone 455
Loomls IJldg., Klamath Falls ,
WEDNESDAY, HHIT. ,7
Instance, have many position, which
It is hoped may , fln.,,, ,.7
absorption of thin .,.., . ..,"
wcbs (lf lWlA
President WIN,,,, H KlleiluN
arrive at Kan I'mncho, today Z
will spend two daH there before
Marling on his return Journey loth.
C. A. KAMIIO
O. O. F. Building
mmammm .. .... -nvrtfy.
DR. R. B. CRAVER
Medicine and SurKcry
Olllcu oer I'nderwooils
7th mill Main
Dr. E. G. Wisecarver
Dr. P. M. Noel
KfM'iitli mill Main Strecli
Olllco Phone :isr, It" M
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
I'll) Hit lun irml SuiKCea
Klamath Falls Oregon
li. C. SCIILEEF
i'lij nIi Inns and Siirnwas
Office. While Hl'lS-
MEDICINE AND STOGER
206 I. O. O. F. Bldg.
DR. G. A. MASSEY
Successor to Dr. Trasi
Suit 200, I. O. O. F. Bid
Office phone f)0J
Res Phone HUM
Study Anatomy and Sorery,S
Francisco, Calif., Dr. J. M
ero has charge of my practice.
Phono 1B1J Office
402 Jia"1 0l
r rx v M GODDARD
I fc i tm-
Osteopathic Thysician BBr
(over K. K. K. Btore)
Phoue 321 .. ' ,.
. (Tbe-ionly Osteopathic"
cian anu oi"-
Let us make up your pool car Murphey's Feed & Seed Store
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126 South Sixth St