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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 6, 1919)
THE EVENING foERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON,
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210 MAIN STRCr 1
Next to Pottoflicc
K. J. MUHHAY
C-'PttMlafee dally except Sunday by
.fa .Harald Publishing Company or
fcU Falls, nt 116 Fourth Street.
inc unnecessary: shlpuullilluc for
tho government decreases ns ship
nro nnUhcil: one-tenth of tho form
er number of employs should sut
nee to keep tho nrmy nnd navy paid
off, allotments nre tew und war In
surance In on tho decrease,
extortion und trusts and to refulate
cold storage, but It should not ueic
lect to attack lit own contribution
to the causes or high prlcoi. They
nrv n nartlflctal fabric, und nu at
tack on their main supports would
brine them crumbling down, Con
Kress raoit ilcnlilcunt "economy'
.ir.W in meet these expenses,
congress Imposed excess profits ami has been denial of funds for tho dc
war urollts taxes In addition to portatlon of undesirable aliens.
A . .. rrr. i.i.w interne taxes. A uianufac- i'ortland Orogonlnn.
amierti at tho posioincn ni mam-; - - . ,100
akralta, Ore., for transmission thru Hirer who had calculated on Jioo
ate' Malta aa second-class inattor. profit was called on to hand over,
lnV jco to tho government. Ills
t,!!!ott. !". S?."?!1 t0 Bnjr..'i.l .ll.naaltlon was to raise his
, ,,rlce sufficiently to make that 100
SfT? 77?.""" ' tl.,ni nfixf hnvlnir wild tho tax. It
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JaflOMDAY, OCTOI1KH 6, HMD.
WA TAXES AM) 11 Hi II 1MUCKS
While congress spent several
hear ta Tenting its wrath because
a tew American marines land in Dal
,atia. to prevent a fight between
Italla&a and Serbs, It would bo bet
ter occupied In reducing tho cost of
Corerament. That Is a most effect
ive means to reduce the cost of llv-tBS-
We have had our eyes so fixed
what the manufacturers, whole
saler aad retailers are doing In the
' way of profiteering nnd thereby
- raJatag prices, that we have lost
sight of what tho government Is do
tec. The government 'increased its ex-
ame during tho year by employ-
tec haadreda of thousands of men
1 women In connection with con
"tiwets. purchase. Inspection, storage
transportation of supplies of all
for the army and navy; con
trol of production and sale of food
,.-', other- products; building and
)0ec atloa of ships; payment of
To Mea to soldiers and sailors; allot-
fu)aaMa to their families and collec
4.aiea ec tosurance; selling of bonds
,M4 collection of new taxes.
-v .! army has been decreased
' Btee-teaths, the navy probably tbree-'"'-fartka,
aad demand for food, cloth
fl taff equipment has decreased in
VMttet proportion, while demand for
raw b4 ammunition has stopped,
;5''JeaTlB great stocks on hand. Con-
i"vtmtt production and distribution
ha become or la gradually becom-
could bo done. Tor ilemonu inr ex
ceeded supply f staple commodi
ties. Ho did It nnd passed on tho
hirhnr nrlr. Including tax, to tho
wholesaler. The latter figured his
prollt on the enhanced price, not on
the pro-war price, added his cost ofj
doing business, which was niso
raised by higher wages, cost of ma
terial nnd rent, nnd then added
enough to secure at least his normal
nroflt after paying tho tax on his
profits. The operation was repented
by tho retailer, with the rosult that
by tho time tho goods reached tho
consumer tno price was iiruuuui
doubled. It had grown llko snow
ball, and tho soveral direct war
taxes had added materially to Its
As all the war activities aro rap
idly shrinking, government expenses
should shrink. Hundreds of thou
sands of peoplo who havo been
working for the government, living
off the country without producing
anything, should ho cut off tho pay
roll and returned to the producing
army. As this goes on, war taxes
should ho repealed, and the manu
facturer, wholesaler and retailer
should be deprived of tho oxcuse for
naddlnc nfices. As men who are
now parasites on the government are
driven to productive Industry in or
der to live, production will increasoi
aud a blow will bo struck at tho root
of high pricos, tho melting of the
nrice snowball will begin and tho
basis for the clamor for higher wages
to meet the cost of living will be
Congress has power to strike a
most effective blow. The executive
departments aro loth to .discharge
employes, but congress can cut down
the funds and leave them no alter
native. Having forced down ex
nenses .congress can then cut reve
nue by reducing taxes. It will theu
cut the ground from under the prof
iteer and will make abundant ma
terial for Attorney General Palmer
to work on. It does well to attack
FEARED HE'D HAVE
1IAVKS' 1IKAI.T1I ItADIiY IUIN
IOW. W1IKN UK HKflAN TAK-
ink TAXiar-fiAixs is rorxits
"I was worried all tho tlmo with
fear of getting to where I couldn't
enrn a livelihood," said J. Hayes, n
well known employe of tho Seattle
Railway Company, living nt the Cen
tral Hotel, Seattle Wash., In a state
ment nt tho Kartell Drug Storo re
'Hut a few bottles of this Tanlac.'
ho continued, "havo turned things
right about for mo, for I am enjoy
ing as good health as I over did. I
had gotten in such bad shape on ac
count of stomach trouble and
rheumatism that. I had to stop work.
The rheumatism was so bad in my
right arm and shoulder that I lost
all use of them. I couldn't even
pick up my tools while trying to
work and I simply suffered agony.
I ached so bad I could scarcely got
out of bed in the morning and when
I did manage to get on my feet I
felt worse (than on going to bed. My
stomach was in such bad fix that
nothing agreed with rae and at times
I would have cramping pains that
would almost double mo up. I
would bloat all up with gas and have
such a pressure around my
that I would nearly suffocate. 1 was
badly constipated and constantly
taking something for this, as well ns
for my other troubles, hut kept get
"FJnnlly 1 Just got down to where
I couldn't work nt all, nnd was
worried because I could see no hope!
of gutting any bettor. Why, at tho
time I got Tanlac I had boon unnhluj
to work for n month und It looked
llko I was golug to be disabled for
good I had dropped down In weight
from one hundred und forty-six
pounds to one hundred and twentv-
eight. Hut since taking Tnnlnc I
have gained eighteen pounds nnd am
now up to one hundred nnd forty
six. 1 could feel good results almost
ns soou ns I began taking Tanhir.
nnd It wns only n few days until 1
wns back on the Job. 1 have taken
four liotlcii now and nil my ailments
havo left mo, and I mean by that,
that tho rheuma'ttsm, stomnch
trouble, constipation nnd everything
Is gone. I can now pick up my
tools and go about my work as only
a strong, well man can. When
morning comes I bounce out of bed
llko a sixteen year old and am Just
certainly been my friend nnd there's
reeling fine all tho tlmo. Taulnc has
nothing too good for mo to say for It.'
Tanlac is sold in Klamath Kalti
by the Star Drug Co., and in Lorella
by the James Merc, Co. Adv.
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COALS FOR THE FIRE
THE LIO.V AXD THE MOUSE
With un all star cost
Iatho Xews Ittevt
Ono of tho most common
sources of hcadacho Is .the
stomach, lllllousness, indiges
tion and similar ailments are
mighty apt to cause headache.
will quickly overcome any
kind of headache and do it
without causing any serious
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u pucKugc touay. io-
ticc the flavor the whole
some taste of Kentucky Burlcy
Why do so many "regular
men" buy Lucky Strike
cigarettes? They buy them
for the special flavor of the
toasted Burlcy tobacco.
There's the big reason it's
toasted, and real Burlcy. Make
Lucky Strike your cigarette.
KLAMATH TAUS OREOOrl
Hot Water for
Telia why everyone should drink
hot water with phosphate
jn It before breakfast
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TUESDAYS AND SATURDAYS
"Fierce, implacable, steeled to any out
come, quick like a panther, sombre as
death." From Zane Grey's novel, "The
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THE GREATEST PHOTODRAMA OF
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.UKU GltANDSfA'H 8AOK TBA AND
KL'IJ'IIUH KKCII'K AND NO-
I10DV WILL KNOW
Tho use of Sage and Sulphur for
restoring faded, gray hair to Its nat
ural color dates back to grandmoth
er's rime. Blio used Jt to keep her
hair beautifully dark, glossy and at
tractive. Whenever her hair took on
that dull, aded or streaked UDDear-
piled with wondorul effect. '
mice, this slranle mlxtum w an.
But brewlDif Rt hrirnn U miiaatf nA
out-of-anto. Nowadays, by asking at
any dr; store for a CO cent bottle of
"Wyoth'8 Sago and Sulphur Com-
pound," you will get this famous old
preparation, Improved by the addi
tion of other Ingredients, which cun
bo depended upon to restore natural
color und beauty to tho hair.
A well known downtown druggist
says It darkens the hair so natural
ly and evenly that nobody can tell U
has been applied, You simply dump,
on a sponge or soft brush with It.
and draw this through your hair, tak-
ing one strand at a time. By morn-
nig the gray hair disappears, and af
ter another application or two, it La
conics beautifully dark and glossy.
i 'miserable, your meals sour and almost i
nauseate you. 1 hen you resort to ace-1
nullluc, lujilrln or the bromide which I
temporarily relievo but do not rid
(tho b!ojd of thMj IrrltutliiK toxins.
I A glass of hot wafer with u t"a-'
spoon full of limestone phosphate in It.'
drank beforo breakfast for awhile, I
win not only wash these poisons rrom
your system nnd euro you of hend
inche, but will cleanse, purify and
frotlinti lw. i-witt. lliHn.... ...
n , . . """" ,,u,l,uu" "expensive, harm h.tis ns sucar. and al-
violent, throbbing pain anO I distress!, i?. lf.U .or '-o colds.
called headache. You become nerv-V ,. . . conBl"muon
ous. dest.ondnf. ,ru ZT,.,, ne"!."""'-,cld stomach, begin tho phos-
' """ pnatcd hot water euro to rid
r- system of toxins and poisons.
i JlemiltB nro oulck nnd it in claimed
that those who continue to flush out
the stomach, liver and bowels every
mornliiK, never haio any headacho or
know a miserable moment. Adv.
GERTRUDE & CO.
Smart J'all ln
Captivating styles, decidedly now.
You wJH want ono for immediate
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Your iiuiet'llou lailled
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C Jluln St.
)Want Ads bring reBUlui.
CORN BELT ARCTIC
No cloth about this Corn Belt arctic to get foul and
ill-smelling. It is all rubber from toe to loppure
bngearuig rubber. The aole is made of long-wearing
Red RufeUr. We challenge any maker to put
sniff t IAttjB Dki ... a r . . - ' .
w-. - ... m... ,i ,. vvoicr-prooi to tne top ol the
ww'"" wiiKue. il uvFiit na IS
trengtli and durability.
p Notch Rubber Footwear
TI Corn Belt Ardk U lrengilenJ, reintoiud, ptoiecu-A at the
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TbU U an idMl hoe (or htmer' rough, wet, sloppy woilt lit stable,
rnyqd o, field wbm. Wgl, rubber toot is not liided.
DiotTU and handle this good uok. You'll Jit it.
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The IWWry IM
IS YOUR BATTERY A BOLSHEVIKI?
B it CVCrvl.'lKl Jnrrlir niu'tmr vnn ivnnhl'l
then comq to uh we are running a Peace Cowered
tvt owrage i3atienes
If your battery is a "J3oIheviki" tell usand ve'U
maKe a gooa hardworking citizen out of it.
AUTO ELECTRIC SERVICE CO,
49 Main Street Phone 22M
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JU'KuriiU'hu nt tUa 44
kiwi it ImtUty you
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