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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
jtA'Amnkr) july nf.iMe
Special Sunday Dinner, $1.00
Hlpo Olive New Pickled Heel
Cream of Chicken, With Noodle
Print llnllhut, Drawn flutter
Choice of f
Cblekrn Fricassee, With (Jri-n Venn
Fried Spring Chicken, Country Stylo
Roast Leg of Von I, With Dressing
, . VKOKTAIIMCH '
String llmnii Moaned Potatoes
Vanilla Ic Cream Assorted Pies i
Voth IV Tvn Milk
610 MAIN ST.
TOPKKA, Kan., July 31. An In
crease In ttiu number of cam made
available for thu shipment of wheat
to innrlict In affording soma relief la
Kansas farmer In thn problem of
marketing their gruln, according to
state officials and bunker Internal
ed In tho wheat movement.
Although there nre not yet enough
rum to move nil the wheal, and many
ram promised by the Inlorstala com
merce fommfsslon have net arrived,
nnd rnllrond officials are unable to
give any definite insurance as to
; when they will arrive, the car short-
age li not no dcnpeiutu now oh It has
been In past yearn.
Officials of the itate board of ag
riculture estimate that there are Mill
stored on Kansas farm 22,000,00
bushels of Init year' wheat crop, and
an additional 8,000,000 tniihol of
i last ycor'a wheat In Kantus elevator.
A pcrceptlblo movement of thin
"hold-over crop" In now reported by
(he Mate board of ugrlculturo,
Thwd ivmalns. however, the vast-
jy kiwtlfr problem of moving this
Drink Hot Water
in the Morning
Wash away all stomach, liver,
an) bowel pelsona befere
fcjylhr'H wheat crop, variously climat
ed at 110,000,000 to 13.1,000,000
(..l.tiilnva In Ami iM ILi fetiilii
... ,. I j ""'" , , ,'jushels to the great milling ond ex-
f 'a l ilf nl. li nH hftfiliiMt rial I mis llnnti -.
uny more Winn $3 a tiny whllu thoylH,'
.. . , . -. i . ... .. ... , ' Hanker n
1IIUII-, IIMU Willi IIIU i) H UllJ
limited to forty da) uf a rcgulnr
n-mlon The t"lten plan propone
the full 10 cents u mile, u salary of
t.'.OO )eur for all leglslutlvu iiu-m.
tier and curtulti special fee us high
a I li day while tin camlldule tbey
urn ingngvd In cuuvusilng election
Thn other idea tho big Idea- Is
tltiil thu law)er run thu govuriiini'i.t
of Oregon, Morn truth than poetry
In It, for half thu Hlnte Senaln are
law) ers und neurly u third of the
Lower llouso. And as the. l"lten
mnnlfesto correctly Implies, some of
I Me mi lawyer ru servant of private
'and special Intonxti, whoso welfare
they have ever In mind while they
are legislating. It I common know
, MD FANTASTIC
(From thn Oregon Voter )
I'rolmbl) no more fantastic gov
' crnmentiil ntriicturn er was eolv
nil by human bruin, outslito of Itus
la, than thai now submitted formal
ly by W H. t'Mtcn. father of thn Ore
gon tem of government, Otto It
llartwlg, President of the Statu Fed
trntliin of Ijibor; !. II Chapman
fornrr President of the University
of Oregon, former editorial Vrlturnn
uiii ivftintss. ! li in vi'miiiiuii inwn- .
Iioth the Oregonlim and Journal and ,,.,, llmmiK , w,, , ,,,. orrospomun is.
"'" "" ' M'liMiartlsan League nUv,, MM,.t ,nut ,ll0 mol,.rn ror-l
paiN-r In l.lnbo, (leorge M. Oflon, a (.rt mluul,.r t influencing Irglsla-
ro vitally concerned In
I thn wheat movement problem. Ac
cording to J. It Anspaugh, secretary
of tli Kansas Kutu Hunker' asso
ciation, banker hiivn $S5,000,000
Mod up In loan on crop which await
marketing. Many of these loans are
long over-duo .and the prospect urn
t tint thn amount Involved In crop
'loan will easily reach 1 100.000,000
with thn ripening of thu present
' wheat crop.
Honiv relief has b-n obtained, Mr.
Ansppugh suld, from the recent an
icuncement of the federal reserve
board that it luvored extension of
rrop loans, und the fuct that federal
rvscrvu bunk bud been authorized to
I accept wheat paper from member
banks or from other bank through
Portland politician; O.
lilac Irrigation ploniur
Umatilla county and father of the
Tecl Irrigation project; I), i:. NJrker
eon, Arthur llrock und W. K. Klin
Tho basic Idea of the new l"'len ytlC(J
frtnk Is for a leglslaturn tliat I rep
fi'sentatlve of all limine" nnd pro-'
fission) occupations, and that Is,
practically riil'Mine oer the execu
tive branch of fitnto government.
I). Teel, the t0 j, , ;,,t n corporate friend re-
or wiitcrn ,ajn an notnt.y w)m la a member.'
Hallrcud officials have warned
f.irmeri. of their Inability to move the
nw wheiit c op pr mptly and urged
them to make arrangement to hold
Of course he Is not retained on any
mutter that relate to his duties or
vote a a legislator, hut Is retained
on something outside of there duties
rt talncd. he Is unu-nuble to
reason on u legislative lusiio that Is
If he wis retained In time.
This discussion of the predoml-
farm properly stacked or In
CITIZENS IN NEED
IIKIIM.N, July 12, y Mall).
II' w the crstvvhllu well-to-do live In
prtsent day Germany la described In
To feel your best day In and day
out, to net clean Inside; no sour bile
to cout your tongue and sicken your,
breath or dull your head; no consti
pation, bilious attacks, sick headache,
colds, rheumatism or gassy, acid
stomach, you must bathe on the In
side like you bathe outside. This lit
vastlyy morn Important, because the I
skin pores do not absorb Impurities'
Into the blood, while the bowel cores I
To keep these poison and toilnil
well flushed from the stomach, liver, I
kidneys and bowels, drink before
breakfast each day, n glass of hot
water with a tcaspoonful of lime
stone phosphate In It. This will
cleanso, purify, and freshen the en
tire alimentary tract Before eating
fet a quarter round of limestone
phosphate from your pharmacist. It
! Inexpensive and almost tasteless
Drink phosphated hot wnter every
morning to rid your system of these
vile poisons and toxins; also to pre
vent their formation,
Klamath Falls Cyclety
We handle tbe beet In our Hoe,
such aa Motorcyclee, Dlcyclee,
Parte and Accessories, Ooodyear,
Pennsylvania and Diamond Tlree
and Tube. Tbe bouse of the
two and three wheeler, Includ
ing Harley-Davldioo Service.
na a. turn.
Lootale Bat, MUaeatb rail
L O. O. .
J. O. CLEGBORlf
CtvtJ Baftae mm
Office S17 afaJa St
rtMa: Offloe let, He.
Notice I hereby given that sealed.
proposals will be recclvoxl by tbe
Iloanl of Supervisors of tbe Klamath
Drainage District of Klamnth County,
Oregon, for the construction of the
works for tho reclamation of thei
lands within the boundaries of said!
District according to tho plans and1
specification approved by the Hoard'
of Supervisor and which nro now- on
file at the Office of the Knglneer of
thn District who Is Mr. Don J. Zum-
wait at No. Ill 8. Fourth Street.
Klamnth Fall. Oregon.
Said proposals wilt bn received up
to tbe hour of two o'clock In the aft
ernoon of tho 14th day of August,
. D. 1920, at tho office of tho under
signed in tho Court Hcuso In the City
of Klamath Falls, Oregon,
Proposal arc desired on a cash
basis and also on a basis of accept
ance of the Iionds of said District at
The Hoard of Supervisor reserve
the right to reject any or all bids not
satisfactory to the Hoard of Supervisors.
The successful bidder will be re
quired to deposit a satisfactory bond
In the amount of twenty-five per cent
of the Contract price conditioned that
he or they will complete the- said
contra t as ugreed Hid to be opened
Auguit 14th, 1920.
C. II. DELAP.
. Secretary Klamath Drainage Dis
trict, Klamath Falls, Oregon,
fitly 19-Aug. 12
O. K. FEED etc SALE
Under new manage
ment Best care taken of all
stock placed in our
barn. Horses, harness
and wagons bought,
sold and exchanged.
Dr. E. G. WUecanrer
Dr. P. M. Noel
Bevrata aa ataia
rupiitloii (Including housewives nnd
pergonal servants). It supplies rcc
nance of the lawjers In our present
LeKlslsture Invite examination Into' "the AllRemcliin Keltunc bv an elderly
Insofar a It seeks to confine vol- (, ,(,, of tni. iritrn frcn, CK. j,K, ,Rto functionary, a married
Ing power to people engaged In or. , Utun, ,t wml(1 ,, onP.house man with a family, who say that
body, of 100 member. These mem- although he belong In the upper
linr would bo elected bv tho differ- .10.000 In I'rnnlu. nrrnnllne to tho
ognlllcm of lb. fact that ever) hoi . OCi.Upatons of the Stnlo, nnd Income tax schedule, hi style of llv-
leech. Iniy rich sn.l parasite loafer w0(,(, Juno , t(1 nca mt,mU f ,nK , ri.,UltC(1 ,0 that of pla,n
rbouM not have a vote. Tim a .Us- , , wMcU (.,BC., tlvm, ,)0rcr.
Ilnct step In progress Is proposed by ... .,..., ,.ni.,1B01i i drnitint'oii i n-vn fi.. mn.,.in in n n.h.
would be required to register under lonablo llerlln nubuth." he writes,
plan also III .,., nrrtiiiitlnnM "nnd nonn could Imi ,. h mi l.n nlilli-n,i in l.t fnnr
elude the Idea of ""'.irtslorMf lslillorwlio was not n room, furnished, luid will have to
lalnre, which may be dlssolv-ed. I,lmml)(.r (lf , own oecuIB,, in.Mrlcl eur owll ,ar,Inel,u 8,in
Hy taking thn 1!U census a a further,
basis, thn P'lten committee ha fig-, "Hoforo tho vvur, wo breakfasted
The P'llcn frerk
In the County Court of the State
of Oregon, for the County of Klamath.
In the Matter of the Estate of Suda
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned, has been appointed tbe ad
ministrator of the above entitled cs
tute, and ull person having claims
against the same, will please present,
property wmied. with vouchers at
tached, within six months from the,
date of this notice at tho law- office
of II. M. Manning. I.oomls Hide.
Klamath Fulls, Klamath County,
State of Oregon, that being the place
this administrator has chosen to
transact tho business of this estate.
Dated May Stli. 1920.
DR. G. A. MASSEY
Foarik aad Plae BO.
In Warren Hont Hospital
Off. Pbone 497 Re. Pbone 86M
We Do All Klaaa of "arlaf Reaatr.
la New Oaea Masto to Oroar
axle Btratcatealac a4
ALL WORK aUARANTKKD
Pbone M-T 17 KUamatk Ave.
l.tiA l.i. tl.rt rii ...;xm ov 1U Tlwi 1jiV
Itlc. lint which nQVirtlivtrrN hna tho'
asiivskta.Vasfi - tuMil Tills lei fl rttllPM 111
.. , .' ,, ,, ., . ,,,.., ,ured out that u legislature would be'iiiLCgg nnd bacon, white bread and
the reformors to thn older Idei tbat ' " ..... , . .. . . ...
, , , ,, , . , ... i , , consi mien somewnai as ioiiow
leglslatlvo ternui should bn long In-;
dead of short. Tho tendency fnrPnrnierH
many deende among reformer ha Farm housowlve
been either townrd abolition of the, Farm laborer . .. . , .
leglsluturo or reduction of It term
and power. Tho U'lten plan evi
dently recognizes tho mcrjt In tho
older Idea that reformers Jhpvojltulljoad and othor transportation
iuiikiii-via, linn iiiiikit if'iiuru in
-ofDce tend to Impart a atablllty that
'I of advantage to thof p'ubllc,
Another concession front tho re-.formers-Ih
In thn(inaUer of salaries
.and mileage for tho legislator. Tho
! butter, and tea with cream and
'Hiigar; now- wo have to content our-
elvrH wltJi thin gruel, black bread,
i no butter or sugar, and thu nonde
script 'of fldal' Jam,
"Only onco or twice a week docs
t,..mf nnn.inp nn Iha illnnnv InKIn
MnnufacturcrH 2' ' ,. -"-" --
iiietef li jijiiii. inu hub ueeii uuui-
' lulled. Supper consists of porridge,
Malo elerks and salesmen 3
Logger and sawmlH'workors fi
Professional men lawyer, capi
talists, doctor, bankers, priests
and editor 3
great coinplnfnt for yoars, ha bcen.Town-dwollInK liousowlvos 20 1
against paying 10 cents n mllo to get 'omen
Believe no man fvho
stretches the truth See
ing is believing. Gur
thousands of patrons
are our" best endorse
ment. See our splendid
line now on display.
aH,.fcjw I aaaB
Klanuth Falls Marble & Granite Works i
f a ' : GEORGE, D. GRIZZLE, Prop - J
herrings or cheese. Hefore the war,
the family used seven pints of milk
dully; now n quarter of a pint Is tho
Clothes ana worn threadbare; my
sou mends my shoes and my daugh
ter ruts my hair.
"Letter writing has becomo too ex
pensive, I tear off unuied half
sheet of letters received und use
I old envelopes, Insldo out. Hatha aro
I cut down to one-half,
"Wo cun no longor afford to en
tertain company to meals; wo meet
our friends uftor supper."
The present lean times, the writer
confcimcB, liuvo not Impaired his
hoalth very much, ulthoiigh he' says
ho has becomo "somowhut sp.ira In
Tho poor showing made bv Howard
Drew, the great colored sprinter. In
his recent attempted comeback,
murks tho passing of one of the
greatest spriuters the game has. ever
secn.f ' '
BID TIKE SILTS
Ilacknchc is nlgn you
btn-n catliiR tH much
Phone 410 7Z9 Mais It
Ice Oram CaadJea
Jack Moarow, Pro.
(Rm, Tobacco. Soft DrUka,
Peel. and DllUnrda
Darber Shop In Connection
"Courteey and Herrtee
EX-HKKV1CK MEN. ATTENTION
Tbe tegular meetings
of Klamath Post No.' 8,
American Legion, will be
held at S o'clock p. m., at
the City Hall In Klamath Fall, on
tbe aecond and fourth Tuesday of
each month. All Comrades are In
vited, Those desiring to join the iPost
.... ...iim iki.tittMtlnn hlanlra frnm
When you woke up with backache G K Van Riper, Fred N'icholson, or
fl (lull livlonrw lev t a Irllm.n a. ' " r . . . . . nam
The only place where you
I . ....... . m
.your oowois; removing nit tno uouys can ffel ueiD anj the only
urinous ivnsto, olso you have a 0ack-.cfn 8C ne,P anu M,c ""V
place wnere you can gei n
Wo specialize In oxy-ncetylono
vvoldlng. No job Is too difficult, and
tho break will bo permanently wold
od too. Ask us for prlcos on this
work. Howie (lurago. 26-tt
A Classified Ad will sell It.
Women clerks, saleswomen, sten
ographers and school teachers 3
Cooks and waiters ...,-.. 1
piahermen ..,. .., 1
lActors anditheatrical employes ..., 1
Ooneestlo and personal service, ,...,1
nnu nun misery in tho Kidney re
glon it generally means you have
been eating too irluch meat, says a
well-known authority. Meat forms
uric ncld which overworks tho kid
neys In their effort to filter It from
tho blood mid they become sort of
paralyzed nnd loggy. When your
kidneys got sluggish nnd clog ou
must relievo them, llko you rollovo
I. II, Carneban. all of Klamath Falls
FRKI NICHOLSON. Secretary.
.Mho, sick headache, dizzy spells;
your stomach sours, tonguo Is coat
ed, and when tho weather Is-bad
you have rheumatic twinges. The
urine is cloudy, fill) of sediment,
cliannols ofton get soro, water scalds
and you aro obliged to seek relief
two or thrco times during tbe night.
Klthor consult a good, reliable
physician at onco or got from your
pharmacist about four ounces of
Jad Salts; take a tablespoonful In
a glass of water betoro breakfast
for a few days and your kidneys
will then act fine. This famous salts
la made from the acid of grapes and
lemon juice, combined with litbla,
and has been used for generations
t6 clean and stimulate sluggish kid
neys, also to neutralise acids in the
urine so it no longerirrltates. thus
Mdlng bladder weakness.
lar awat eaten." It la Inexpensive;
cannot Injur mad atakee a delight
(ml, eferveseeat Uthta-water drink.
1034 MAIN ST.
Htm Oaca for
301 Hik Sl PfcoM 455
I nfllM PhAH 1T7VT Baa 197B
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
Pliyetciaa tN Bargeoa
Klamath Falla Oregon
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
Office and Residence .
' L Ol O. F. Temple
E. D. LAMB
PHYHICIAN AND HUROEON
Phone 17W Booms Jk aad 1
17R White DalMlBg
DR. T. C CAMPBELL
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
E. O. O. P. Balldlac
Residence White Pelican Hotel
Residence Phone S.
DR. L. L. TRUAX
WAKRKN HUNT HOSPITAL
Day Pnoae. 47 Nlfht Phoae,
RAW MILL KNHINKERING
Designer and builder of mod
trn Haw mills, pinning mill and
box plant. Dredging. Pile driving.
Office Corner Spring and Oak
Neur S. P. Depot
I am now prepared to furnish
Shasta Sand from tbe Hoey, Cam.,
sand and gravel pit. In any quantity
that may be desired by contractor
Ab F. GRAHAM.
Let Your GLASS troubles
' be Mine
wC E. STUCKEY
Re-Glazing and Cabinet
Phone 477W v
Eleventh and Pine ''
KlaHiatk Lodge No. 137
L O. O. F. I
Meets Friday night of each week at
l: O. O. P. hall, 5th and Main streets.
Hyman Weschler, N. G.; W. C. Well.
Secretary; W. D. Cofer, Treasurer..
Ewauna Encampment No. 4(, L O
O. P., meeu Tuesday night of aast)
week at I. O. O. F. ball. W. II. North,
C. P.; V. D. Cofer, Scribe; Fred
NEW CITY LAUNDRY
' ROUGH DRY
"Put Your Duds
In Our SudaN
AilTHT'K ft. WILSON
THE ARCADE HOTEL
PHONB 477-J V
X vta U l,Y j,
.The .place .wtth.hoaa cohsfort,,
'cieiW pkeityW'freA ear.