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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 4, 1920)
WKIWfKSnAY, FKnitUAllY I, 1020.
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
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Tho Herald Publishing Company ot
Klamath Falls, nt 115 Fourth Strcot.
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WEDNESDAY, FEIlltVAltY -I, 1020.
FKOY1SIONS OF THE
Tho Editor of Tho Herald.
Klamath Falls, Oregon.
I notice in tho Record for January
30, 1920, what purports to bo an in
terview given out by ono of our
"prominent citizens" under tho bond
ing "Faces Water Shortage." Our
erstwhllo prominent citizen bewails
the fate of the people ot Klamath
county If tho California Oregon
Power company Is not permitted to
complete its program for the assimi
lation of this county. Ho states that
It tho dam is not completed by tho
California Power company wo may
have no water next year nnd tho cost
per acre toTulc lako and lower laleo
lands would bo increased ?4 per acre.
Thoso opposed to the leases on
upper Klamath lako do not desire to
harm anyone, but they do stand tor
tho proposition that tho power com
pany should comply with their con
tract with Secretary Lane of the in
terior department, dated February
24, 1917. It tho company did this
it would itself dike these lands and
there Would be. no additional cost to
anyone but tho power company, and
Ladies' & Men's
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Prices nro very rcnsonnblo
Your inspection Invited
Chas. J. Cizek
S)H Main St.
It would cost It nothing but what It
contracted to do. Hero Is paragraph
fivo of tho contract of February Si,
"5. Tho lowering nnd raising of
tho waters of tho lako below or abovo
the normal lluctuatlons while in a
stato ot nature shall bo undertaken
by the company only after making
satisfactory adjustment at its own
expense in regard to nil interests
which may bo affected thereby
whether ot the stato for navigation
or other purposes or ot any private
Here Is paragraph s-oven ot tho
"7. Tho company assumes any
and all liability for damage to tho
property or rights of any person or
corporation or tho property or rights
of the stato of Oregon duo to tho
operation of said dnm by said com
pany or to tho regulation and con
trol ot the levels of said lake by said
company and hereby undertakes to
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INDUSTRY PLUS THRIFT EQUALS
"THERE Is the secret of success. And it applies to both
the community and the individuals In tho community.
Industry promotes earnings; earnings produce bank ac
counts; bank accounts supply working capital for
practical and profitable enterprise.
So you see why tho First National Rank
E. R. Realties, President
A. M. Collier, Vice-President
John M. Moore, Vice-President
Lcsllo Rogers, Cashier
E. 8. Veatch, Asst. Cashier
Lloyd Ii. Porter, Asst. Cashier
e First National Bank
The Government Took Over
The Possession and Management
of certain QUASI-publlc concerns, nnd, with, tho assistance of a
largo part of the previously formed organizations, realized some
success in operation, but as a total result tho experiment was a
failure. Every day that passes furnishes evidence to Justify this
assertion. Tho property nnd businesses taken over havo been or
will he returned to the ownors for the real reason, if not admitted,
that the undertakings were too big and complicated for now and
unexperienced chiefs to manage. What tho results of this experi
ment will bo as to tho future value of tho properties no ono can,
with accuracy, predict. It cannot bo entirely satisfactory to tho
owners or, for somo years at least, to tho general public.
There was clearly demonstrated during tho war tho valuo and
practical benefit of private management as compared with public
management. If it bo said that government (or municipal) conduct
of business has sometimes been successful, tho answer is that the
same business In tho hands of private responsible individuals, with
capital and success at stake, would havo resulted moro favorably.
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You can well do so because these small Good
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their first cost usually is as low or lower than
that of other tires in the same types and sizes.
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hold tho United States harmless from
any and all liability for damage duo
to such regulation and control."
As stated, thoso opposing tho
30-ycar leases of the government
marsh lands surrounding upper
Klamath lake tako tho position that
under paragraphs fivo and soven of
tho contract of February 24, 1917,
tho California Powor company is it
self bound to do this diking. If It
Is mado to live up to its agreement
it will not cost tho Tule lake land
owners or the laand' owners In tho
lower Klamath lako region oho' cont
Socrctary Lane of the interior de
partment, In his argument for tho
California Power company' ,llkowlse
falls to remind .the public that if ho
wouia oniy uo nis amy ana mace
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. LAME BACK?
Bird Loosley, dairy business, Box
No. CO, Ft. Klamath, Bays: "I hava
boon subject to. backache and kidney
disorders for- eomo years past.At
times, 'Ihave been In pretty bad
sbape. ' My back got' so lame and
stiff that I could hardly straighten
up when I got down. Sharp pains
That morning lameness thoso
sharp pain when bending or lifting,
mako work a burden and rest
Impossible;, Don't be handicapped
by a bad back look to your kidneys.
You will mako no mistake, by follow
ing this Ft. Klamath resident's
caught mo in tho small of my bacx
often and for, a while, I could hardly
move. I have always found pulck
relief from Doan's Kidney Pills. A
box or two Axes me up in fine shape."
Price COc, at all dealers. Don't
simply, ask for a. kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills tho samo that
Mr T.nnnlAV linrl. Pnntnr.M lllitlvn
tho power company live up to Its
contract. thoro would be no extra ox
penso imposed upon fho public.
Thero has been a lot of bofoggfng
tho issues in this matter nnd it
scorns to tho writer 'that it is tlmo
for tho peoplo to get hold of tho
power company contract and read it
themselves. Tho moro thoy look
Into this matter, tho moro convinced
will they become that tho strangle
hold of the company should ho now
broken. Tho value of tho powor
privileges this company Is gottlng
for a .more -pittance would in days to
come more than pay the cost of oper
ation and maintenance of tho wholo
Klamath project If the peoplo thom
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