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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 16, 1920)
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Ttik EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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F It K I) SOUIiE
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Lines cf campaign ore being
drawn in all counties of Oregon to
defeat the effo.rts of the United Land
and Labor party and the
Partisan league, which organizations,
opponents assert, are seeking to gain
political control of the state and re-
TESTED FOR ACCURACY TRIED FOR PUR
ITY SOLD ON A MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE
FULFILL YOUR.EVRY REQUIREMENT
MEET EVERY EXACTING NEED
Think with us for a moment of & to-opertttlvo organization of S00O
druggists-'-eaeh the best In his town and ou gel n glimpse of the
immensity of the llexull orgnuUatlon.
think of tho tremendous savings that aro effected by these S00O
druggists oporatiug their own factories whose buyers aro In every
market of tho world, nnd who, by 'their combined 8000 store voltimo
of business can buy far below the prices that the small druggist
must pay, buying Independently and manufacturing lu limited
think of tho Kexall manufacturing plant, roerlng acres of Moor
space 9000 employes, skilled chemists working in spotless labora
tories, compounding medicines, perfumes nnd toilet requisites for
you, fropi tho finest materials the world offers.
-think of the lofty policy that these S00O druggists have adopted
and rigidly ndherod to, since tho foundation of tho llexull organiza
tion. Those principles are:
1st Honesty of Purpose
2nd Skill in Manufacture
3rd Purity of Drugs
4th Satisfaction to User
NOW, Mr. Reader, think of what all thisineans to you It means that
Jback of every Rexafl product ycu buy at a'fJoiall Store, there Is this
big organization, with its tremendous savings earned by co-operativo
buying and manufacturing its lofty ideals and its iron-bound
guarantee of satisfaction. Surely It will pay you to buy all your
drug and toilet needs at
comparison so far.
tnven nn morn tliini 7(1 tier cent
Ivo .wfirnl valuation, nnd ntato'
taxes In 1 9U Jumped 200 per cent
J' ahead of prior yoitrn. Valuation of
i farm lands. Is nearly 11 vo times that
f of tio 19 tS Ussessment, but en rail
Si roads not Ijulto three thiiei, lolo-
phonv property nearly three tlmo-t
J and telegraph property a little morn
than twice as groat. I
GIVES REMEDY FOR
MALADY IN HORSES
It. 1'. Iteillfer of Itedmond, Ore-'
gnu, glvc.1 tho following treatment
for spln.il meningitis lu horses, n'
illspiMo'thnt has been canning lossi
among owners In Algomu and north-1
orn districts of thu county. Ho says'
The QOCOL&t Store
. i iiiai no UBiHi mo roiuuuy ior -i" years
Jnnd noor"lo.st a case, lilt dlrectloim
Put a blanket or quilt over the
J 'back, lot It reach full len.tth of tho
Jj Spinal Column. Pouhlu another and
put under tho belly, so ns to como
iup'oor tho top envar in a way to
hold as much heat on tho bowels as
posslhlo. I'our hot wntor along the
back, lots of It. to he.lt them up n
quickly ns possible. Tho an Until will
tell you when It Is too hot. Five to
ten minutes usually given some re
lief, 30 to 00 minutes usunlly glvei
full relief, One and ono half to two
hours will move tho bowels. I have
used this for nil klnils of swelled
and gassed bowolt, cniihed by word.
J alfalfa, water founder, hots, etr.
Soma of your stock men will -try, nl
J'wayu with success. Don't let thorn
cool off too quick, l.envo tho hlnnk-
-vamp .government along the lines UJn siemens nas compiled a tenta'-' purposes to establish a number of i cold
or the state of North uaKoto, wnicn
as ai present, tney ctajm, me nornoie naye n(Jt t slBnlneti that they wm Jng rctau 8t0res, state
example or tne evils wrougnt oy tno gerve but the st aa drawn consists house, etc.. requiring
ots on until thoy get to n normnl an
imal heat, don t let them get too
application ot the Non-Partisan
tive list of twelve lieutenants. All publla utilities In this state, lnclud-1 It tho wcathor is cold spread n
bank, ware- dry blanket over the nnlmnl after
large bond taking tho wet ono off. Ho Hiiro nn(l
of L. C. Sisemore, Ft. Klamath; C. issues which will be a first mortgage
W. Warren, niv: Geno Hammond. On all nronortv of thn Rt.-itn nnd
The' fight- hgainst the Inoculation Merrlll. Jacob Rueck( Dairy; R. -sV'whieh must eventually be paid by
Drew, the taxpayers, and that in conse-
Chilo-'quence the already heavy tax burden
ot. Oregon .with the Non-Partisan To, nn-.-rt--. Charles
-league bacilli, is being engineered by Hlldebrand; C. R. Bowman.
quin; A. Kallna, Mhlln; W. H. Mascm,
the' StatSiTaipayers' league. It has
JusfstarWaction. bht Its plan, is to H D Mortensen. Ed. Maftln, and E,
U-Jaa lit awinatmliHi tkanHnk . . 1
""""" l"f """""'" lu"""'u J. Murray, Klamath Falls.
couniy.-execuuve. committees, w,
fifvBaATiR- rihn.ihtfn nampil n
't,-t'...1- - -i'-l.- .
ku ox -me iviamsm couniy com- th. at..Bt,on of taxnaver and elc
Uttee, and aiked to naiae iour other ton tne fo-,lowlnK purported fact:
embert.,-: As Klamath- is a large -,. ,,, n,,aA i- Thnr
aS o' scattered poPulaOon.'.Cap; 8tanda fof Btegtali: tUtf'Ul
Will be greatly Increased.
,T,he Oregon Land and Labor party,
asserts the Taxpayers' leaeue. Is an
J". A camsaign ot education is urgeM offshoot ot the Non-Partisan leaeue.
CuaJr T.nn. MmmlHIa m'sMMM In TivHtV tflVnrf V TTl2lTKr.o da mriialmtm a.M
- ... .-'. A '. r A -li). 2L tf.1l.L .Jlll - . 1 .
mi lur iuo uuuiuiua ot private own-'
nhlp of land.
Statistics of What Non-Partisan
control Is costing North
keep the Bplnnl column hot. ,
FOR ROAD USE
I will give K per cent of the
grss sales to the Armenian Re
lief Committee on the 16th and
17th of March. My sympathy
goes out to these unfortunate
people and I know what their
conditions are by experience.
.When the Relief Committee ap
proaches or writes you GIVE !
Don't say NO. A few dollars
I Ain't Mad at Nobody
WASHINGTON. March 16. Ap-l
proximately 24,000 motor vohlcleo
Intended for war purposes have been roads which tho slates receive Al
tourned over, to the 'Department' o'fi ready 12,000 have been delivered (o
Agriculture by the War Department ' sotes and the remainder will be dla
for distribution among the state tributed as fast as railway cars can
highway comm.Hsioncrs for die I" . ho secured (.or their transportation,
road building, allotments being baaed which will be probably two or three
on the amount of Federal aid for months. This equipment promises to
be of great aid In carrying out the
largo road building program for
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I'WH-BLOOb AND YSet THETf GUARDED .CrftUSTJAN EUROPE! THEIR SHATTERED RANKS
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HERE IS ARMENIA'S WAR RECORD :
The' Armenians had an army of 200,000 irj the Russian Caucasus. They served not only under the Czar, but under Kerensky, and stood fast even
after the Bolsheviki had destroyed Russian government, and the Russian armies elsewhere along the Easterrrf font' had retired from the field.
Turkey asked her Armenian subjects to induce the Russian Armenians to rise against Russia. Turkey promised the Armenians complete independence
after the war, and Germany guaranteed it If this proposition, had been accepted, the Holy War, Jehad, would have blazed forth. 265,000,000 Moslems
would have been united in a compact mass, supplied with' German arms and .ammunition. 10,000,000 Turanians (Moslems) in Eastern Russia would have
attacked Russia in the rear and compelled her withdrawal from the field. The little 'Armenian army in the Caucasus, although deserted by her allies,
promised food and ammunition withheld, stood rftanchly throughout the days of despair when the French were driven back upon Paris and the British
upon Calais, Armenians prevented the fusion 'of the Mohammedan races, with the consequent destruction of Christian civilization. Read what General'
Allenby says about it -,-.
For five and a half months Armenians held Baku against the combined attack of Tartars and Turks, preventing the Germans from securing the
much needed supply of petroleum for the airplanes from one of the largest oil fields in the world. Ludendorf says this lost Germany' the war! This
fidelity to civilization was the immediate cause for the wholesale massacring of the helpless, unarmed and innocent Christian population of the Turkish
Near East, in which over two million Christian and Jewish people were slain. '
What has the world done in recognition of this heroic service? America has procrastinated and argued over the League of Nations has TALKED
and left Armenia to bleed. her life away. NEAR EAST RELIEF, lacking the support of the League of Nations, is now calling on you to take action to save
Armenia in any event Relief and political action, looking toward the establishment of Armenia on an independent basis, form a joint program. But you
must do your share you must not fail to give NOW or there will be no Armenia to save. ,
You Never Gave One Dollar to Armenia Before the War
Until two years after the war began America had never been asked to give a dollar in relief to Armenia. Oh yes, you heard about the suffering over'
there, BUT YOU WERE NOT ASKED TO GIVE! You may have given to your church mission, but that was not relief work. You are asked to give now
only until,' through combined relief and "political action, Armenia can be placed on a self-supporting basis. The .program of the NEAR ESAT RELIEF is:
First, relief; second, rehabilitation; third, reconstruction. Until they were ruined by the Bolsheviki, wealthy Russian Armenians, alone and unaided, car
ried the entire burden of relief in Turkish Armenia. Give them relief now, and a united Armenia will' stand again like a mighty wall against the Moslem
menace which has overshadowed European civilization for 500 years.
JOIN THE TEN DOLLAR ARMENIAN CLUB SEND CHECKS TO FIRST NATIONAL,. FIRST STATE AND SAVING, KLAMATH STATE BANKS
OR ARTHUR WILSON
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