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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
FRIDAY, JANUARY 0, 1020
Carry Your Own Groceries
And Put a Crimp in the H. C. L.
SALT PORK i
Swift's own cure that's enough said. We handle. the best,
and give you the best. By the pound or piece.
Queen Lily Soap
T You have inquired for this famous
soap, and now we have plenty of it.
Y Easy on the .hands and Eaeyon the
Jams and Jellies
.All the best braridsof Jams,-Jellies
and Preserves, -in all fruits1 and
TRU-BLU CANDIES AND COOKIES
PORTLAND, Jan, 8. Daniel C.
Ropor, commissioner of Internal Re
vonuo of tlio United States has Just
Issued an appeal suggesting that
Sunday, Jan. IS, 1920, be observed
no ''Law and Order Sunday" thruout
the country, and asking that tho day
tin cnnnrnlfv nlidnrvmt In Mm rnitrun
a: Ills appeal ho says:
'Tho American people have declar
ed thru duo process' In favor of na
tional prohibition. Tho eighteenth
amoidment to tho constitution of the
United Slates, giving tho most sol
emn legal authority for tnls, becomes
offoctlvo January 1C, J920. Tho con
gress has seen fit to place in the
bureau of Internal revenue tho lm-
pcrlnnt responsibility for tho en
forcement of prohibition.
Whether prohibition is a wise na-
Marble & Granite Works
1010 MAIN ST.
Phone 310-1 1122 Main St.
O. K. Lunch
Formerly at 46 Main St.
Home-Made Pies and Cake.
Cold McaU A Loach Good.
Ice Cream and Kralts.
Loomls lildg., Klamath Falls
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DR. C. A. RAMHO
I. O. O. F. Building
'" ' ..,', ,..-. $
TVVVVVT Vvtr ; T Tf. TV Vv T T l
Cash and Carry Store
Vjtlonnl policy ia no longer a question
P. C. KNIGHT
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Just back First National Bank
I bureau of education.
Kuriy In November tho village na
tive electorate held a ro-argnnlzutlon
( mooting, Mr, Magulra suhL Savon
men wore chosen to conduct and ad
'just natlva affairs, differences it ml
disputes, and "again affirm that a
jvlllugo without ,a governing, council
111 not prrgreBslye." Tho council
..r,... ...-., . , 'n,t "t. stated periods, listening to
!tCOIlDOA. Alaska. Dec. 4.-(By BUBB0,tlona of ,,- conBttuents, arid
Mnll.) Ititdlcnlii nro barred and tho putltng Into offoct measures for, y
law and order element rules with ti'lago improvement,
firm lland In tho Eskimo, village of Dogs woro chained to prevent
Noatuk, ndrth of Kotzobuo Sound, them .from Chewing sled, lashings, In
nnd within the Arctic Clrclo, accord- forlor dogs, were destroyod and moo
ing to tho annual report of James II. .suros, taken to Insuro tho protection
Magulro, teacher of tho vlllaga, of, proporty. Old peoplo woro urged
recently forwarded to
tho to make wills,
to avoid' disagree
ments among their' relntives after
dentil, and young men were sent Into
tho timber land to secure fuel for
old women and for families whose
adult members woro on tho trap
ping grounds. Examinations of flues
and chimneys woro made, to avoid
the. possibility of fire. And now at
tempts are being madoto cultivate
From their wandering propcnsU
ties, tho oataks havo acrjulred the
naino of "Arabs of tho orth," Mr!
Magulro said. Tho adults spend
llttlo tlmo at tho village, making
long trips to the scaling or (rapping
We handle the Harley-Davldson
Motorcycles and Bicycles Exclus
lvel, Also buy, sell and exchange
all otner Makes. Pennsylvania
ana Diamond Tires and, Tubes
C. E. BISMARK
11B 8. Oth St. Klamath FaUd
No Open for
Mrs. Ro McDnnicla,
301 High SL Phone 455
Wo open store every Tuesday and
Friday from 10:00 a. m. to 4200 p. m.
Many are tho cood thlnes wo can
show A dollar saved is a dollar earn
ed. In' buying good tlings cheap as
you may learn, you will never be' in
debt.and have to skip If you buy ypur
201 Klamath Ave. Corner of Cth St,
Try .'em Beraia Want Ads.
' H if
Let your Glass Troubles be My
Reglazlng done In any "part
of the city
E. O. BTCCKT.
Cftrpenter & Cabinetmaker
Phone 477W 1024 Main.
J. C CLEGHORN
Civil Knglncer and Surveyor
Office C17 Main St. '
Phenes: Offlco 100, Res. 102J
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WHAT IS IT?
;vJt-is the bestpaying class of advertising in the world if youl '"'
have something to sell that belongs among-little ads that you "find ' ':
in Tne.-Jtieralci. u- ', a. ;"' -
JUST TRY IT ONCE J ' . .
If y.ou have something in your attic, your basement, your. I
.spare,.room, your barn, around 'you anywhere that you want to" '
sell, try The Herald -classified- ads and you will find a buyer. .,:v v v.
IF YOU WANT SOMETHING vr
Advertise for it,' trying The Herald's classified ads. Sbme' l
"i ' one has somethingfo sale that you want. Let The Herald ifi'nd-
' , it for you. It costs you but a few cents a day. V , ' . - '
f . ( ;, Classified ads cost you 5, cents a line a (Jayfiye words. to the'v-.
' ;'line. They must be paid for in advance and cannot be received' 'fa-
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, over the telephone that is, why they are" so;cheap.
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for debate or contention a in on g good
citizens. This step on the part of our
peoplo has been Incorporated as an
Integral part of tho. constitution of goods rom
cur country, and nil Iaw-abldirie clti- - LUCKY DICK & CO
I ztns will demand Its .observance.
Tho law expliclty Imposes enforce
ment responsibilities upon all the of
ficers of the fedeial and state gov
tirnments, andtbelr sub-divisions. It
Is well that this Is so, for no one
agency 01 singlo grp,up of officers
J v uld, without t.c cq-operntlon of all
-ther oulceis of the law and nil law
abiding citizens, meet their rcp.;onsl-
'liilltles In this connection effectively
As an officer of tho foderal govern
ment 1 can havo no. different ."stand
ard with rcgai d to tho, enforcement
of prohibition than with respect to
tho enforcement, of any other law,
and I shall, tlieiofore, Insist upon the
same strict observance of this 13W
as we endeavor to attqln with respect
to all other laws tho enforcement of
which Is lodged with tIU.3 bureau. 1
cannot believe that any state or other J
political division will consciously
.bring 'discredit upon Itself .by failure
to lespond promptly to Its' full legal
arid, moial responsibilities of initia
tive and co-operation. In .connection
vMtlitho enforcement of the nationaj
It, is not -for tho success of the
bureau of Internal revenue that wo
appeal,., but for the, success of the
American people in, sustaining the
majesty of the law. and the honor of
iu,r American . institutions. .To this
end wo need for this law, and for all
our laws, .an -aroused public cons
cience with respect to law observance
and, law enforcement.
I observe that It Is Lbeing suggested
that Sunday January, .18, 1920, -be
set apart and designated as "Law and
Order Sunday" throughout the coun
try, I, sincerely trust, that thbs will
be generally observed; that' Wergy
rueh throughout the land will bring
to, the attention , of their congrega
tions' the vital Importance of' lay as
the cornerstone of Americanism. Law
and order has. always found In "the'
clergy Us strongest champions. Their
clear expression wOf rlgVt, and their
ringing challenge to the American
spirit of our citizenship was never
more urgently needed than at the
Office Phono 177W Re? 1.77R
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
Pliysk-lnn and Surgeon
Klamath Kalis Oregon
IN LAKE COUNTY
O. K. FEED &i SALE
Under new manage
ment Best care taken, of all
stock placed in; our
barn. Horses, harness
and" wacrons' bouerht,
sold and exchanged. "
DR F. R.GODDARD - -
Osteopathic' phyylclna' tt Burgeoa
Hultem, I. O, O. F. Teapto "
(over K. K. K. Store)
(The only Onteopathle Pbyil-
ctan arid Burgeon l Klaaiatk
e: d; lamb
Physician and Surgeon.
- ' Rooms 4 and 6 "
Kit Swunson Bldg.
L riiyskian and Snrgcon
2 Office, White Bldg.
MEDICINE AND BURGEBT
206 I. O. O. F.,Bldg.
kl iX' t- 'fit''
Dr. E; G. Wuecarver
Dr. P. M. Noel
'tgeveath aad Malii Streeta
Warner valley In Lake countr Is
waiting to be planted With muskrnts.
Although tile depression is GO miles
long and covored with a chain of
sloughs and lakes-, from one end to
the other,, a situation generallx ton
stdorod Ideal for the culture of these
small fur-bearing rodents, not one
of them veutured into the district.
A, letter was received by State
Game Warden Shoemaker from J. J.
Vb.ii 'Koulen of the Warner Valley
'Mercantile company setting" forth tho
wishes of the community,. Trappers
and others living at the town of Plush
he says, want the valloy stocked with
The writer sooks information as to
whether the commission will assist In
this, where tho'muskrata could be ob
tained, which would be tho right
time of tho year to get them nnd how
many should be p'ut, in. the val(leyt
Harney valley is the, nearest point
wlioro the rodonts are to bo found,,
and It wds suggested .by Mr, Van
Keulen that aYrangemonts might Bej
made, witn government trappors to
get, some for'Lako county. The peo
ple nt Plush are wlUlng to give .fin
ancial assistance, but- desire a closed.
season to bo declared (or several,
years jt .the muskrats are brought
In Oregonlan,'" "
Hair Dressing, .Shampooing,
ManlrnriBR,. Face Massage,
lice Apts., 5th and Walnut -
DR. G- A. MASSEY
Successor to Dr. T u
Salt 206, 1. O. O. F.
Office' phone 1MJ
Res Phone MM
Phenes: lSijr'Oflce.' '
-. 151MU Residence.
Office 420" MalA
i coNSTOUcrioif oo.
Deigere:;aad' buliden of od
era Saw BfUls, riasing MlUs.Tlox;
Plants.' Complete 'plants coBtracfcT
e. '"Appralsals'aad'ipeprte tnadel
Dredging. Wecoatract to bulM
aBy.'cbtM.ef a building.. and install
machinery of any kl"d7
' Drafting of. any. kind done. Bine
Prints made, PHONE 14W
Oflce la K. D. BsUdiag
We Do All Kinds of Spring Repair
ing New Ones Made to. Order
Axle Straightening and
ALL1 WORK' GUARANTEED
Phone aWJilp- i7 KUniata Aye.
-Tjxnjvnj-uwMvvA"i i m
Carpenter and Cabinet
,10.6 Main Street Phone 457
For Your Favorite
Phone, 176J 10 Main St.
I am now prepared to furnish
Shasta Sand from the Hoey, Caui.'j
sand and gravel pit, in any quantity
that may1 be' desired by- contractors
CITY AND COUNTY ABSTRACT
ARTHUR R. WILSON
Warren Hunt Hospital Pharmacy
i' Open Soon
Fourth and Pine, Streets ,