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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 16, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
TUICSDAY, MAHCII 10, irao
WIIV I'AV HUNT WIIKN YOU
.v mv a iie.mi: with tiii:
l.oolc over I lio following mill lnl(i)
r -1 ooin Iiouhii, 11 1 oil orn , mil Kt. $r,-
00(1. ?2,l)0() diiuii jiiiyiuuntH.
d-ronm linilHit, modem, !i iiort'lioa,
$'200; hoo down, iinyiuontH, I pur
coin, MHIh Aililltlon.
l-iooiu lmni;iiliiw, modern, good
linrii. $l!,t(i(), JMMl down, Imlmicn
ri-ioom iiioilniii Imugulow, lili: pim
tiy, illli HI on 1! IoIh, iiimi planted In
chuliu r tilt. $1200; olio llilnl cusli,
hiiliuico oiiii) Iitiiih.
4-iunin liiiiii;iilnv, iiioilorn, on t'tli.
Hiicririco IIiIh place fur J 1,000
ri-rooin nioilo n l)tiiii;nlnw on 01 II,
$4,200; $2,il)0 down, Imlii'K'o cany
. ri-rooin iioiIt l bungalow, in lioi.t
purl of Hot h.ihKH Aililltlon; hi;;
front porch; H.r.oo; n.suo down,
liiilimco oiisy turniH,
Groom bungalow In MIIIh Addi
tion, iilro lot, citn bo Irrigated, $2,
S00, liuir cash, biilitncu tunnii.
(lootl corner lot In best part Of
MIIIh Aililltlon, covorod with alfalfa,
wuter on lot, $:!2r.
Hero's your chance, Reed big lot,
2 Iiouhoh,, onu 3-room house, bit?
rooms, runtH for $2d; ono largo 7
room house, two baths, city limit:
,nli-u fruit on lot, block of Main, till
'for $ 10,500: 2,000 down; Imlmico on
lern: tlmo at Reed terms.
" "" """
1 also lmvo sevcrnl Reed proposl.
tlonH In riincli property, which nru
bargnlnn nt thin tlini).
12-room modern house, partly
funildluxl, 8 bod-rooiiiH completely
furnished, 120 x 120 foot lot, fur
nnco, RiintRo, hot and cold wntor In
ouch bodroom, $10,fi00; ronHimablo
payment down, bnlnnco easy terms.
10-ronm modern houxo, lot 120 x
120, full hIzo bimomont, furnnco boat,
)7,ri00, ItiNifloniiblo payment down,
balance easy terms. This In u hiuip.
iVroom modern bungalew: 2 nlco
porches, on l'lno Btreet. K,2t0.
IteiiHOimbln payment down, bnlnnco
MHH. NATK OTTKIUIKIN
ni!7 KlutiMith Ave. 12-13
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. 522-538 S. Sixth St
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BJ8 Mala St.
"llWKNOH A I RICH, 1-Vli, 17 (Ily
Mall ) Interchange of iiowb be
tween North and Houtli Aiiierlrn
lliroiutli lonnectliiu of the Hi ntli
A nun lam liDUMpnptiiH with the uewii
iiKeui'li'H and noWKpaperH of the
(Milted Ktaten Iiiih liroii;lit nlioiit "a
bettor mill limit) thorough feeling of
roiiimeri'lnl and nodal brotherhood
In every nation than would have
been poHxIhlo In anything Ii'hh I ban
deiadi'H under other coiidltloUH," Don
Jorgn Mitre, dheclor of La Naclon,
(old inemberH of the Auierlrati club
of lluenoH AIivh at a luncheon re
cently. H pea It I n i; as a publlHher, Mr
Mltro hiiIiI, "I cuiiHlder thin to be ono
of the groat iiiIhhIoiih of JournallHin."
"After all," be assorted, "the
gruatcHt mirvlco n newHpaper or a
nous agency van render to the coun
try In which It Ih located, In particu
lar, and to the world In general, Ih
to spread Informative Ileum that will
iishIhI nrospuctlvo Investors, merch
ants, bankers or nny otbor porsoiiB
Interested In obtaining a definite and
truo knowledge of conditions In a
country where tholr futuro may llo."
Mr. Mltro said tho Ideals und
duties of tbo newspapers In the
upper and lower halves of the west
ern humlsphoro wore tho sauio. "Tho
methods of newspaper making are
different," ho added, "and oven these
differences nro becoming smaller and
MAKE lllltl) HOl'SKK
I'AltHONS, Kuns., ilar. ir-In
preparation for tho 'bouse bunting"
Hon ho n of birds here, tho City Keder
utlon of Womon's Clubs Jinn offered
cash prlzca for the best bird houses
made by l'arsons boys and girls. Tho
houses, as defined In tho rules of the
contest, mny bo just plain little
Jenny. Wrun bungalows or even
"apartment houses" for colonies of
Tho country In general Is being
blessed with u nice storm of rain and
snow. It certainly Is being appre
ciated by all farmers.
A. Swltzer bus tils now house al
most enclosed. It makes a gbed
showing In tho vnlloy to have nn
othor dwelling built and thero Is
room for several more families to
P. S. "Wlnnlfred has commenced
seeding his wheat.
J. A. Cregan and C. O. Hunt woro
business callers In Klamath Falls
P. II. McCunack purchased ono of
tho thoroughbred bulls sold In
Klamath Falls Saturday,
M. E. IUal und Wm. Lambort of
Hound Lake were business callers In
tho county' seat Saturday.
Robert Cllllln Is helping A. Swltzer
do his farming at present.
School has begun horo again after
sevcinl isecks vacation on account of
Influenza In tho district.
Jim Straw has turned a bunch of
cnttlo out on the range ho has leased
of Hufus Moore.
It Is almost tlmo for tho farmors
In t Ills locality to prepare for a squir
rel poisoning drlvo.
Robert Qlflln was tradlm; with
Klamath Fulls1 merchants thta week.
Geo. Sholl has sold his ranch to
II, 1J. Vanvnlkonberg, and Qoo. ex
pects to travol this summer In his
Ford back to Kansas.
Hcavllln Ilros. have thelr.farm!ng
well under way.
BIG EATERS GET
Tho American inon and' women
must guard constantly against Kld-
noy trouble bocauso wo oat too much
and all our food Is rich. Our blood
Is flllod with uric acid which tho kid
noys Btrlvo to filter out, they weaken
from ovorwork, become sluggish;
tho ollmlnatlvo tissues clog and the
result Is kidney trouble, bladder
weaknoss and a gonoral doclino In
Whon your ktdnoys fool like
lumps of lead; your back hurts or
tho urlno Is cloudy,-full of 'sediment
or you are obliged to seek relief two
or tbroo times a night; if you suffer
witn sick nonaacno or aizzy, nervous
spells, acid stomach, or you have
rheumatism whon tho weather Is
bad, get from your pharmacist about
four ounces of Jad ' Salts: take n
tablespoontul In glass of water bo
foro breakfast for a few days and
your kldnoys will tbon act fine. This
famous salts Is made from tho acid
of grapes and lomon Juice, combin
ed with llthla, and has been used
for gonoratlons to lluah and stimu
late cloggod kidney; . to noutrnltzo
tho acids in the urlno bo it no longer
Is n sourco of irritation, thus end
ing blnddor dlsoidors.
Jad Salts is Inexpensive; cannot
Injuro, makes a delightful efferves
cent HUtla-water boverago, and bo
longs In every homo, becauso no
body can make a mistake by having
a good kidney flushing any time.
STOCKHOLM. Feb 23. (Ily Mall)
Adoption of a prohibition plat
form by (i vole of UK to 10li, nnd
passage of n resolution In favor of
t tin Hcpaiatlon of church and state,
wore two or tho decisions taken by
tho Swedish Socialist I'arty Congress
whoso Inborn hero lmvo Just como to(
a rloso I
These) decisions, however, woro
overshadowed by Internal party m- (
heavols which lasted thiougbout the
Congress, much to tho Joy of the bol
shevlst and other extremist factions,!
as well as of rival political parties.
During the economic crisis, profit-!
enrlng reared Its head In Sweden.
and sevcrnl leading Socialists wero
alleged to Iravo been connected with
coniMinle accused of making oxces
slvo profits. Whereupon, n cry was
ralBcd to read all of thorn out of tho
HJJalmar Ilranting. ex-Mlnlster of
Finance and a loading Socialist, de
fended O. Kallman, formerly chalr
mun of tho Ways and MeanB Com
mittee, Varnor Hydcn, formerly Min
ister of Education. Horman I.lnd
uulst. president of the Second Cham
ber and Senator C. O. Magnusson,
burgomaster of Stockholm, In re
spect to ccrtuln charges brought
Idint November Kallman, Ryden,
nnd also tho Liberal minister. Axel
Hchotto. resigned their offices. Now,
In consequence of the nctlon taken
by tho Congress, Ryden gives up bis
seat In the Scnnto, nnd burgomaster
Magnusson. although popular with
all classes In Stockholm, rotlres and
will no longer sit on the numerous
municipal committees of which he
was a prominent nnd actlvo member.
He will also lay down his senator
ship. Herman, Llndqulst nlono weather
tho storm. Ho was chairman of a
company called tho Arbotorbraenslo,
which Imported coal and coke from
Oormnny during tho war through
Parvus, tho German socialist finan
cier. Ilranting succeeded in having
Llndquist rotaln his scat as, president
of tho Second Chamber.
The Socialists nro suro of retain
ing tholr numerical superiority In
parliament at least until after tho
gonoral election next October.
I IUH T
SALEM, Ore., Mar. 1C, That It
is of vital interest to the property
owners about Malheur lako to or
ganize, employ the best legal talent
available, and make a fight beforo
tho state land board to keop tho Mal
heur wild fowl breeding resort In
tact, was tho opinion expressed in n
letter written by E. W. Nelson, chief
of tho United States bureau of bio
logical survoy, to Fred Otley of Law
on, Harney county, and roforrod to
l'orcy A, Cupper, state onglneor,
"As you are aware," roads Mr.
Nolsou's letter, "tho biological sur
voy has charge of tho federal bird
reservation and Is deeply interested
In maintaining Malheur ns ono of
tho great wild fowl breeding resorts
or me united states. Tlioro is no
question that if the water of tho Sil-'
vies nnd Dlltzen rlvors is diverted
for tho benefit of the lands now be
ing exploited by two companies tnnt
tho marsh lands around Malheur
lako will become worthless alkali
'I estimate that tbo value of the
lands which will bo destroyed
around the lake by tho diversion of
water nocossary to keop It nt the or
dinary level would bo more than a
million dollars. The Interests of
land ownors around tho lake and tho
government In maintaining this bird
resorvo are identical, and I shall be
glad to be of any assistance that I
can In liolplng maintain a water sup
ply in order to perpetuate the lake.
"W. L. FInlay has been conduct
ing a campaign to have the state
cedo Its jurisdiction over the Mal
heur bird reservation to tho United
States. If this were done and the
land nccopted by tho government,
tho lattor could then take part In
dofondlng Its Interests, At prosent
tho active defenso appears to llo In
tho hands of tho land owners,"
Tho Malheur bird resorvo was tho
subject of a bettor fight In the 1919
legislature, the Bportsmon of tho
stato contending that It should bo
kept intact for bird breeding pur
poses, whllo sevoral corporations
urged draining of the lake lu order
that the lands might bo dovoted to
agricultural interests. j
March 17, 1920
Kentucky clubwomen have raised
and expended f22,000 in the fight
for legislation to carry on the Illiter
Each-tUtiBearlyta -quarter of a
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