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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
Twrimv, xoramnn no, 1020
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Kidney ami lllndilnr weitldinnn ro
Hiilt friini urlii iiclil, riiiyn u nului) au
thority Tim kidneys filter thin field
from (lin Iiluml mnl piiHM on to tliii
lllnililur, whew It often remain Id Ir
rllutu mnl liifl.imn, e.iunlng h burn
lnif, urn I dim: MtiiHatloii, or nittllni; up
mi Irritation nt llui umk o( tlm bind
ilnr, otillitliiK yi'U to nnuk rulliif two
or tliri'ii tlmcn ililrliiK tlm mIkIiI TIio
niiffernr In In c otintuiit ilrt'iul, tlm wa
ter iiimnitH nomutlmnn with a nenld
liu: neiinntlon mnl Ih ury profuse,
again, tlntru In illfflctilly In avoiding
. lllnililur wcnkuuiut, most f ol It n cull
11, because (liny nui't iinitrol urln-
SLOIN'S COlS RIGHT
iillmi Whllu It In extremely n tinny
liilt mnl HiiiiiDtlinoH vory painful, thin
In rnully onn of tlm iniint nliniilu all
intuitu tn ovorroiuo. (lot ithont four
ounron of .f tul Halts from your (ilinr
tiiiirlnt mnl into u tiihliiHn)iiiifiil In a
Iflnnn of wntor hnforo hrimkfitat, con
t lit no thin fur two or throo ilnyn Thin
will niiiitrallzii thn iicIiIh In Hid urlnu
mi It no longer In a notirco of Irrltn
tlun to tlm bladder mnl iirlnnry or
Kimn which thou net iiiirnuilly again
Jiul HnltN In lunxpeiislvo. hnriiifiinn,
mill In iniiilo from thn nchl of grnpnn
mill Ioiikiii Julco, combined with lllh
In, mnl In iihiiiI hy thoiiimiiln of folks
wlin nrn Hiihjncl to iirlnnry illxiiriliirn
(-mined hy uric uchl Irrltntlon Jml
llnlln In Kiilunillil for hlilnvyn mnl
caiinii no hiul nffucln whatever
llorn you havo a pleasant, offcrvon-
ciiiil llthla-wntnr ilrlnk, which quick
ly relieves liluililnr trouhhi Aitv
THE PUBLIC HEALTH
AMHVH I'MIHH HAN
You can !uat tell by Its healthy)
Btlmiifatlnfl odor, that It U
flolnjj to do you Hood
THOUSANDS of men and women,
when the lent little rheumatic
Liniment handy to knock It out. Top.
uUr over n third of n century ogo far
more popular todiy.
That's localise It it to wonderfully
helpful In relieving external nchca and
julru cbtlca, lumbago, backache,
neuraUU, overstrained muscles, still
Joints, weather exposure results. A
littlo 11 all that la necessary, (or it tton
ttntttaltt vithout rubbint, to the sore
rot. No muii, no stained akla.
All drurcbU-JSc, 70c, $1.40.
RAYMOND, Wanh., Nov :io All
lumbering ulnntn In tlm Wllliuii bur
liar dlntrlct hnvu decreed tlint alien
employes iiiutn nt oncu Inku steps to
hucoinii Amurlcan citizens. Onn mill
riiolniod seven men who rnfuniul to
dnclnro Intention to become Ameri
cans Aftor January 1 nil nuiiloyon
who hnvu not ntnrtod toward cltl
zonahlp vrllt ho ilniiiud
I havon't got much loom hut
ham always cot room for ono moro
article, especially It It la mod
ono, Tho Furnisher of Happy
NEW CITY LAUNDRY
' FINISHED WORK
"Put Your Duds
In Our Such"
Corner Main and Conger
In loss than an hour after an
animal is dispatched in a Swift &
Company packing plant, it is hanging
up as meat in a room brought by
refrigerating machinery to a tem
perature just abovo freezing.
From that time until it is in your
own ice box within two to three
weeks it is kept at tho same tem
perature; first in tho coolers at our
packing plants; next on our refrig
erator cars, more than 6,000 of which
aro constantly moving to market
with their perishable cargoos; then
in our rofrigorator rooms at our
branch selling houses; then jn your
dealer's ico box, and last in your own.
Only for the few minutes while
it is being put into tho refrigerator
cars at our packing plants, or taken
out of them at our branch houses,
or whisked to your retailer in our
trucks, is it exposed to any change
Without a skilled use of this sys
tem of cooling, made possible by
modern science, you could not get
fresh meat, prepared under most
sanitary conditions, except at greater
expense unless you happened to
live so near live stock raising centers
that your needs could be supplied
from live stock raised near-by.
If the foregoing raises any question in
tho mind of tho reader, we will endeavor
to answer it, upon request.
Swift & Company, U. & A.
AF- rt" im
ftX wwi6 4b
feixj: ton tivi stock)
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lLAGUIMIUMalil W till!
L AND UW!RfOTprodllrfnfl
LnpnvuT .;:.. .
v,- r maasssr f Viatal
Ity 1)11. A. A, HOI'hU, CITY IllUIni
Klamath Knlln watnr nupply linn nl
wnn hi'un upon to attnrkii hy hunlth
offltum mnl tho plihllc In cnnornl
Hut thnrn aro far worm) pcrllH to our
lion I th than our wator Hupjily nml
for that rcuHuii moro can ha nc-
compllnhod In otliur IIiioh niich (in
nnfo KimrilliiK thu milk nupply mid
enrn In handling It, kooplne direct
and allnyn cluan, proper dlnponal of
KiirhiiKu mid ruhhlnli, prodding n
nuwur fiytncm, lookliiK aftor thu wol
ffian of halilon, nrluiol chlldriiii nnd
InntnllliiK aafuty flrnt duvlcos and
Klamath I'alln watiir comimrcn
fiiVorahl) with that of Anhland and
othor Ori'KOii townn an far nn tho
Inhratory lontn K". Tha official of
thn Cnllfornln-OrcKoii Power com
pany aro nlwayn rnady to meet any
rnanonnhlo duinnmi In corroctlnK
t hoi r water nyntom, hut tho nyntom
la a hid onn.
It would not ho no had It Klamath
Knlln woro llkn Rulnm and othnr
townn and wan forced to drink rlvor
or Inku wntnr, hut It In on thn othnr
hand hnntownd hy naturo, with cold
wnlnr of cryntal purity from rock
hound uprliiRn In tha forest prlmuvnl
nt It'n vory door Wood rlvor.
Medford nets Itn wntor aupply
from our county at a Krcntor ilia
tnncn than Wood rlvor la from ua.
Our wntor n)atcm an It In, whllo It
wan kooiI In tho last nnalynln lookn
had Itn nupply connlata of drilled
wnlla on thu Ininka of I, Ink rlvor,
onn Iii'Iiik In a flnh pound or warm
nprlni; Thin neml-warm wator In
pumped Into a not-work of plpen,
npread throuRhout tho town and
when thin net work of plpoa In filled
tho wator In forced to higher nnd
higher leveln until It flown Into tlm
roiorvolra through a hall or plpo In
thn bottom of each rotorvolr. Thn
plpo of entronco In nlno tho plpo of
exit when thn water level gets low
Ono rcnervolr 1 alio cry poorly
nunttllatod and vornuln can easily
get Into It.
Hem la aomotblng tlmt could hap
pen. Hoy that tho pumps supplied tho
plpoa thaat aro laid all over town
with Just tho amount of water that
la being used with aay a nlz foot aup
ply In tho aniurvnlr, off of which aro
at tho name wntor level. Then If thin
condition remained for ten days, tha
water In thu reiorvolr would bo stag
nant now If an unusual amount of
water la uacd or a sump la broken
tho aupply will draw from Ibis stag
nant water In tho reservoir und you
will band our child a class full of
th la water to drink
It I'm not correct In these obser
vations, I nm willing to bo corrected
It soonvi to mo that tho wator should
bo pumped Into tho top of tho resor
voir and allowed to flow through
and out at tho bootom.
I will say howoinr that water car
ries vory fow diseases, as comparrd
to milk and raw food. Wo havo pure
wator aa compared with milk and
raw fopda and let's enrroct this thing
boforo wo condemn our water aupply
In Mills addition Irrigation Is car
ried on from tho V. 8 canal and there
Is no sower system, so very littlo city
water Is used, hardly enough to
maintain Itself an dbenco tho com-
I pany can hardly afford to mako Im
I'ntll Klamath Falls makes tho
health, Joy and happiness of Its chil
dren nnd cltlions It's greatest mo
tlvo rather thun to hnvo tho dol
lar Its Ond, wo will contlnuo to pay
tributo for such wntor as wo now
drink, nnd contlnuo to lot mother
nnturo's bountiful gifts of pure cold
spring water flow to w.isto.
From n dollar and cents point of
view, pur i) cold wator would bring
and hold moro pooplo In our city.
Theroforo stops should bo tnken
right now to buy or get control of
Wood rlvor springs for futuro uso.
W0 suroly don't Intend to llvo
hero always and drink poor wntcr
when naturo has endnwed us with
springs unoquatcd anywhere.
EASY TO DARKEN
Von fan MrliiK Hark Color
I.iiMro With Hko Ten
- - in i j ' j-i
HIIIP YOUIt OA8H8
or parcols hy our transfor
sorvlco. That will InBuro
that thoy will bo carefully
handled and that they wilt
nlways reach boat or train
on tlmo. Wo don't bollovo
In any last mlnuto ship
montn. Wo always gat thnro
In plenty of tlmo to mako
Ruro tho goods wo carry vrllt
not Ixj loft behind.
Western Transfer Co.
110 Main St.
VISAMA TO IlUII.1i IIOMUS
V18AI.IA. Cal.. Not. 30. So sor
lous has thn housing situation horo
bocomo that tho city trustees have
undortakon a municipal building pro
gram which contemplates tho erec
tion of 20 temporary homes upon
proporty which hns boon loosed. It
tho now plan finds favor tho city's
plan Is to lease othor residential
blocks for furthor building.
CAT SHOW AT -a V.
8AN FKANCISCO. Nov. 30. Tho
rncltlo Cut club will hold It annual
show horo Docembor 10 and 11. Tho
procoods will bo UBed for tho main
tonanco of tho froo omorgoncy hospi
tal and cllnlo for small animals at
tho Ban Francisco society for tho
provontlon of cruelty to nnlmitls.
Tho Tactile Cat club Is ono of tho
largest organizations of Its kind In
tho Unltod States,
Klamath Lodga No. 137
I. O. O. F.
Moots Friday night of each week at
I, O. O. F. hall, 5th and Main streets
II. II. Oglo, N. O.j W. O. Wells, Boo
rotary; W. D. Cofcr, Troasurer.
Kwnuna Kucampment No. 40, I, O
O. F meets Tuesday night of eaeb
week at I. O, O. F. hall. Harry
trucks, O. P.; W. D. Cofer, Scribe i
Fred Huoalng, Treasurer,
Whnti vnn darken vour hnlr wlth'Z nt SZrS Sff f '
Hugo Tea and Hiilphur, no ono can r
tell bnrnuno It'n dnno no naturally, X
no oveiily. I'mparlng thin mUturo,
though, nt homo In musny ond trou
blesome At littlo cost, J on can buy
ni fitiv ftrttir nlnrn lltn ri.riflv.tn.lfvn
nrntmrntlon imornr,.,! Uv ihn m,m.,
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lion or oilier ingrculenm, caned
"Wyoth'n 8ogo and Bulphur Com
pound." Yuu Junt dampen a npnngo
or soft brush with It and draw thin
through your hair, taking one nmall
strand nt n tlmo. Hy morning nil'
crnv hnlr illsntinenrn. nnd after nn-'
oilier application or two your hair)
becomes bountifully dirknned, gloany f
Gray, faded hair, though, t,houghif
no dlngraco, In n sign or old ugn, and
an wn nil dcnlro a youthful and at
tractive ntuitaranco. eel busy at oncotX
with Wyuth'a Hngo and Bulphur Com- f '
pound, and look years younger.
You will find "Tho Fountain of'
Youth." at tho lint Springs bath,
-and my ! how
of Coffee ana
Except that you never lose any time when you
eat in this cafe. We try to make every second
count from the time you give your dinner or
lunch order until it is placea before you.
Long waits in cafes sometimes ruin the very best
appetites makes people out-of-sorts, and places
them in anything out an eating humor.
Nothing like that in 'this cafe 1 Quick service
and excellent meals that's the combination!
You'll get it at the
7bke fiomea Dcgen
say the Good Judge
A man can get a heap more
satisfaction fromasmall chew
of this class of tobacco, than
he ever could get from a big
chew of the old kind. I
He finds it costs less, too. The .
good tobacco taste lasts so '
much longer Jhe doesn't need !
to have a fresh chew nearly
Any man who uses the Real
Tobacco Chew will tell you
Put ufi in two styles
W-B GUT is a long fine-cut tobacco
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobaccd
Howdy from New Orleans, PETE!
Say, old clock, you've got the time maybe you'd
like to hear this one ! As we were rolling into New
Orleans yesterday one of the men in the club car
was recounting his cigarette experiences; how he
finally pulled a trick on his luck and got set right!
"Well, I've had my cigarette lesson", continued
the traveller, "I went up and down the line on
cigarettes until I got hold of Camels and got deep
into their quality and mildness and delightful
flavor I There never was a blend such as Camels
combination of choice Turkish and choice Domes
tic tebaccosl I'll say li Camels taught me what a
cigarette should be and they'll teach any man who
smokes!" Thinks I to myself "Sic 'em, judge,
every word you spill is a sentence I"
Now, Pete,- that's the kind of Camel thanks
giving stuff you get North, East, South, West and
through the middle I That's all as true as that little
sheep will wag their tails!
I did some tall thinking as I browsed through
the quaint old Krench quarter this evening
how universal the appeal of Garnet ciga
rettes really is ! Figure the travelling I ve
done and the people I've met each city
different from the other AND Camels
have been the ONE cigarette to be found
everywhere and the cigarette most
smoked at each point! Pete, old backstop,
it's wonderful the way smokers are sliding
i home to Camels I
Dallas, .Texas, for me I
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