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rHE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Th Evening Herald
K. 3. Ml lift AY
this movement, nnd while It will re
sult in a serlouB financial loss to us
nnd lnconvonlonci to our subscribers
been ' wpi'cd longer than three
montft,hy,coniplylng with the con-1
unions - outlined in hi nuu i-j
Published (latlv. oxcenl Sun tiny, by
The Herald Publishing Company ot, minimum
Klamath Falls, at 115 Fourth Street, stretched out as far ns possible.
nnd advertisers, tho exigencies ot the. above. From tho fourth to the
situation domnnd n putting aside oCielcveuWi month, Inclushe, after
those considerations to tho end that . lnpe, by complying with the same,
tho number of papers being forced 'conditions, and In addition submit
to suspend shall bo reduced to a ting h formal report of examination
nnd tho supply of paper1 mndo by a reputable physician sub
stantiating the statemeut ot health
ILIIIG LI BERAL
I to the satisfaction of tho director or
i the bureau.
In announcing the new ruling.
Director Cholmeley-Joncs deslrvSjjto
emphasise the fact that war. Uk
(term) Insurance, or U. S. govern
ment (converted) life Insurance may
now bo Made payable to any of the
following now and enlarged group of
Under a new and very liberal rul- bcneflciarts:
Ing of far-reaching Importance toi ,,fo ln8urBnC0i n0w or nt nny ,mo
millions ot former service men, ls-('Wtnn nvo years after tho formal
sued by Director It. 0. Cholmeley-' tormlnnttou Parent, grandparent.
Jones of tho bureau ot war risk 8tp.pnront, ifo (or husband),
Insurance, with tho approval of chluli HtQp.chlld. adopted child,
Secretary ot tho Treasury Carter Rrun(iclitia. brother, sister, half
Class, war risk (term) Insurance, t,roth,rt hnlf-slRter. brother through
regardless of how long it may have nUoplon( sister through adoption,
been lapsed or cancelled, and regnrd-18lep.br0tler( Rtep-slstor. parent
NO PAPKU MOXDAV less of how long the tormer service .,, adoption, uncle. aunt.
As the readers ot Tho Herald have man may hao been discharged, may nc,mew nicco, brother-in-law, sistcr
Icarned in tho past few weeks, dur-jbe reinstated any time before July n.mw. porsons who have stood In the
Ing which time this paper has beeml. 1920. I relation of a parent to the Insured
appearing in a four-page size, tne "e "" .unumuu mu. , for n perigd 0f ono year or more
Kntered at tho poitotaeo nt Klam
ath Falls, Ore, for transmission thru
the mails as second-class matter. ,
Subscription terms by nihil to anyi
address in the United States:
Ono year $5.00
One month 80
Member of the Associated Press.
Tho Associated Pre&a is exclusively
entitled to tho use for republication
ot all nows dispatches credited to it
or not otherwise credited in "this
paper, and also local nows published
All rights of republication of spe
cial dispatches herein nre also re-nerved.
fhIday, Kr.niu'AiiY 20, toao.
scarcity of print paper is such as to
be alarming. If for any cause paper
wills In the United States and
Canada were to shut down for three tion.
days, the surplus stock would be (2) The applicant must be In
-wiped out. As it is, if present con-J good health ns nt the date of dis
jsumption continues for the next charge or at the expiration ot the
three months as it has been going 'grace period, whichever is tho later
tor the past seven, there will be no i date, and so state in tno application.
(1) Two mommy premiums on ,,rIor t0 ,,,s cl,n8l,nent or induction,
the amount of insurance to bo rein- or tll0 rhna or children of such per
stated must accompany tho applica-' ons parent, grandparent, stop-
i parent, or parent through adoption
ns of tho Insured's wife (or husband).
surplus, and thousands of news
papers throughout the United States
will have to suspend. From six to
fourteen weekly and daily papers are
going out of business every week,
due to their inability to get paper.
As time passes the number will be
increased, as the milts' increasing
production and new mills that will
begin operation during 1920 and
1921 will not bo sufficient to even
Meet present-day demand's.
- All of this Is preliminary to "the
announcement that there will be-no
paper on Monday. fc .Publishers
throughout the United States are
getting .together on the proposal of
dispensing with .the issuance, of even
ing papers on important, legal t holi
days. This must be done in order
to conserve what little paper is left
in stock. The Herald Jits Joined, in
The new ruling Is tho most Im
portant liberalization ot war risk
insurance since the passage of tho
Sweet bill, and is designed for thu
special benefit of service men who
failed to reinstate their insurance
prior to the new law, and who have
been discharged more than IS
Ex-service men may still reinstate
their lapsed term insurance at any
time within IS months following the
month ot discharge by complying
with the same conditions. Vithin
three months following tho month ot
discharge reinstatement may be
made by simply remitting two
months' premiums without a formal
application or statement as to health.
Reinstatement may also be made
after 18 months following discharge,
Wur risk (term) Insurance may be
converted Into United States govern
ment life Insurance, now or at nny
time within five years after the
formal termination of the war by
proclamation of the President.
United Stutes government (con
verted) life Insurance, Including or
dinary, twenty payment life, thirty
payment life, twenty year endow
ment, thirty year endowment, and
endownicnt nt age 62, mny now be
paid in a lump sum at death, if (8uch
method ot payment Is designated by
the Insured. ' !
Something more than a century
ago paper was so dear In England
that butchers used' tVglve their, cus
tomers he meat wrapped in 'a' iafge
vegetable leaf. ' i
A Chinese custom is the throwing
Into the sea of thousands of pieces
of paper when a friend is about to
sail away. Each piece bears written
as follews: If the Insurance has notion It a prayer.
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(Published by request of tho Hod
Symptems: Foor, chill, sore
throat, marked weakness, dlsrtmrgo
from nose, cough, headache, omlt
lug, dlstuibnnco of digestion, aching
Treatment of Patient
First, call n doctor If no doctor
Is available, follow these suggestions
for treatment: I i
Patient should be pm to bed In n
room alone, with plenty of tresh.alr
nnd no draughtH. -
Hot tub bath to Induce perspira
tion before going to bed unless pa
tient Is weak.
Liquid diet such as egg nog,
cocoa, milk soup, milk, lemonade,
weak tea nnd loffeo, bioth ovory two
Olvo wator freely ono glasHful
(live catliaitlc ono tahlespoonful
castor oil or one or two tablespoon
fills 12pom salts. If howvls do not
moe well In twelve hours, glvo an
injection or repeat tile lalhartlc.
If feer Is high, gtt as much
water as patient can take
Very weak patients should 1k
coaxed to take liquid nourishment
every two hours nt least.
For sore thront, gnigle with hot
salt solution ono teaspoonful salt
to ono pint water.
For pain In the ehest rub chest
and back twice dully with camphor
ated oil, with a few drops of turpen
tine added I
For profuse perspiration, rub pa
tient dry with towels and change
clothing. Do not oxposo the patient.
For headache apply cold compress
or ice-bag to head.
Patient should not be allowed to
sit up more than 10 or 15 minutes
the first fow times. Increase tho
time gradually and watch patient for
signs of weakness.
Patient should not be allowed out
of bed for any reason until tempera
ture has been normal for 48 hours,
or as doctor orders.
For delirious patients, keep Ice to
the head and watch carefully.
Do not give medicines except tho
cathartic unless they are ordered by
ro salt volition -one teapjonfiil'Kont,r-'1 x,mt' " for thoitL' wno
on rtlnt of water, with n hove a proper grlovnnce.
Danger! Danger!!, Danger!!!
We have had mighty good and warm weather
this winter. There is a reason for it; Spring will
be here mighty soon. Let us start right now around
the house and see if we need any Screens on our
windows and any Screen Doors.
I am prepared to meet you on this question.
10 Main Street
1 hlfTimleis, DrewM'is, Waidiiibex, f'oninimlrs HunVK Hookenwn,
China Ciiblmts, Klti-lirn Cnhlni'K Mining nnd Ubrn.-j Tnliltx
.Made to OmIci'
THE NEW FAIRBANKS-MORSE BOSCH
MAGNETO EQUIPPED ENGINE
CARLSON PUMP JACKS AND WINDMILLS
LORENZ PLUMBING SHOP
123 Sixth Street
It will save you Time, Money, and Patience
ADVISES SERVICE ,
RED CROSS I
Dy F. WESTKItFIEIiP
(Publicity Committee, American)
The local chapter of the Hod Cross,
at the suggestion of division head
quarters at Seattle, consented to let
them send In n soclnl worker to
clean up tho odds and ends of the
trmihlua nt th ni-nnrvlrft men who
have not received proper medical i" ln hr woo1h UD,, rurn 'H"""'
about lils medical uttciitlcm, allot
ment or bonus should tell him to
look ii It it It at once.
I have fntored letting this worker
come In because I think hIki ran help
sumo tit our men, und ulll certainly
favor letting her go elsewhere the.
lninutu she has outlUod liur useful
ness here. It was exceedingly nice
of tho local lied Cross to do this, and
we huvu no right to prolong thu ex
pense needlessly. If all have their
data ready, "he should gut through
In a month or six weeks.
I would especially urge that all try
to look after those who are back
ward, who cannot road or Uo not
know their rights or bow to gut
them. The men In town and those
belonging to tho Legion will bo
rustly looked after. It Is those Mr-
care and attention br have not re
ceived their bonuses or iillntmvntH or
been able to straighten out their In
U"..r,ci In fact, she Is to be a
r& -salt to
' if ''Plnrb
1 it &$
For Service and Quality
Hams Hams Hams
Our own sugar-cure
at wholesale prices
I One-Half or
THE ABOVE PRICE, AS WELL AS CUTS FROM OUR
CHOICE CATTLE, CAN BE HAD AT OUR LIBERTY
MARKET, CORNER THIRD AND MAIN ,.
Klamath Packing Co
.; lant.'scptlc mouth ash. if able to
J-t'juju itooth brush, patient should
cieunv nis moum as onen as neces
sary. -It patient Is notable to do so,
thej attendant should utie swabs made
of tooth picks wouqd with cotton and
cleanHe mouth thoroughly. Use
vaseline or cold cream on lips for
sores 'or cracking.
Unless patient is very feverish or
perspiring profusely, do not insist
upon daily bathing. Guard against
chilling at all times. Wash face and
hands before and nftcr eating.
Continue to give liquid diet until
temperature is normal. Then glvo
gruels, cooked cereal, milk toast,
jellies, soft boiled egg.
Keep skk room quiet. Patient
should get as much sleep as possible.
Avoid dust in the sick room. Do
Care of sputum Fasten paper bag
to Mdo of the bed. Use toilet paper,
or paper napkins or newspaper, and
burn sovoral times a day.
Scraps of uneaten food nnd mouth
swabs should be burned immediately.
Milk contaluois Bhould not bo
taken into patient's room and should
bo boiled before returning to the
All handkerchiefs, linens, sheets,
masks, towols, should bo covered
with cold water In tho sick room.
Iloil 20 minutes. Anyono mny safely
finish caring for tho linen.
"Wcro there is no toilet with run
ning water, nil mouth washes, bath
water, discharges from bowols nnd
bladder, and ull uneaten liquid foods
should be disinfected with solution
of chloride of lime before being
thrown into toilet. Tho toilet should
bo kept thoroughly scrubbed with
hot water and soap.
To Make Chloride of Limn Snlii-
tlon Mix thoroughly ono Dound
chloride of llmo with ono gallon
wator. Use twlco as much of this
solution as tho material to bo disin
fected. Allow to stand for ono hour
before emptying. ,
Caro of tho Kunily unil Precautions
for tlia Nurse,
Keep otheft membors of family out
of tho room,
.Keep patient's dlshos separate
and boll 20 minutes boforo putting
them Into family use, .., ,r .,
Scrub 'hands well wjth hot wator doctor;
(who ni't-Tl looking after No one per
son cnnMiiiow th trouble of all or
them. "O-If you know of one, Just
look uftor It.
In case the Influenza should gel
very severv, I nni sure no ex-survlce-man
will object If the lural Had
i n. ..u -. i- .v.-' i.!, .. -
American Legion post quite a nu n- """ ' "" ""' """"' """' "
ber thought that It was charity mls-l"H,m "'" r,,one' ,0 flnt the Iseuse-
spont und so wore Inclined to oppose
of tiifclrig hodn or hdih koo'J ' At a rLconl meeting at ll, J"cttI
lt but did not want to go counter to
the II (id Cross. No doubt many felt
that tho government ought to do this
without making the men dependent
on charity, and money spent to pay
n social worker could not bo spent
for charity. Nevertheless, a soclnl
worker through tho Itcd Cross
organization might be able to more
readily unwind tho mnzo of govern
mental red tapo and so help some of
the men who might need It.
This soclnl worker has to lie paid
by tho local lied CroHS and Is to stay
only so long as needed. All service
men who have nny grlovunco should
prepare their data and turn tho same
over to Fred Nicholson, post ad
jutant, or to tho Ilov. K. P. Law
rente, secretary of the local Hed
Cross, so that when tho social worker
comes, about March 1, she enn go to
work at onco nnd will not hno to
hunt nround for something to do.
Do not wnlt for hor to come to you.
Go to .hor. Anyono knowing of n
service man who has had trouhlo
and soap nftcr handling tho patient
or the bed.
Keep your hands uway from your
Families can help doctors, nurjes
and attendants by having hot water
ready for uso.
When taking caro of r patient tho
attendant should try to got enough
sloop and rest. Take plenty of nour
ishing food. Seo that bowels movo
well every day. If necessary, take a
cathartic every othor night. Got out
of doors evory day.
To Avoid Getting tho "Flu"
Get plenty of sleep and rest.
Take nourishing food, but do not
Avoid all crowds.
Avoid getting near anyono who 1b
coughing, snoozing, spitting, or who
seoms to havo a cold.
Avoid using common towols,
drinking cups, sonp, or anything
handled by othors In public places.
Wash hands thoroughly before
Soo that bowols movo regularly
If you feol sick or "catch a cold'
go to bed at onco and send for tho
If It is needed for that purpotp). Do
not expect the social worker to know
your tro'ubles, but tell her about
LONDON, Feb. 3.(ly Mall,) The
llrltlsh Kxpedltlon to tho South I'olo,
which plans to start In July next, will
lino a "Kangaroo" nlrjilaiio, formerly
a fighting machine, for the final
stago of tho Journey. This pinna will
be fitted with pltls Instead of wheels
to euablo it to land In the ntiow.
It Is proposed to tnko a ciow of not
le:-s than four, in addition to which a
sledgo containing a tontv shovels,
cooking stove and camping equip
ment and provisions for at least 10
weeks must bo carried.. Thoho pro
IhIohh and tlio Blodge aro necessary
In tho ovent of an ncchlont, which
might compol tho party to return to
tho huso on foot, will weigh approxi
mately 750 pounds,
This weight, togothor with tho
necesary fuel for a 1,500 mllo flight,
necoBslintes it big powerful machine,
no tho mountains to be flown over
aro 12,000 feot nbovo ben levol.
The "Knngnroo" wbb ono of tho
latest fighting bombers designod for
the llrltlsh air ministry, and at the
time ot the armistice was largely
used on tho antl-submurine patrol
service Tho machlno is n biplane,
measuring 7G foot from wlng-tlp to
wlng-tlp and Is fitted with twin en
gines developing SCO horsepower.
One great trouble to bo ovorcomo
Is tho question ot cooling, or rather
tho heating of tho engno, as tho torn
pornturo which will bo oxporloncod
Is only 12 degrees ubovo zero ln Hum-,
mer, and experiments aro now bolng
carried out with n viow of overcom
ing tho difficulty,
At the beginning of tho nlnotoonth
century tho West Indlos supplied
nearly all tho cotton roqulrod for the-
world's markets. v ' '