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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 13, 1920)
JtONIAY, DKCHMIIKU 1.1, lt-!0.
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
IS TOO HEM
NI2W YORK, IK'C. 13, A person
lidding a policy In any 0110 of Mia
American llfo Insurance) companies
finds himself subject, Indirectly, to
tho" Imposition of five nnd perhaps
Six, fodcrnl taxes, K. B. Ilhodes, vice
president of -tho Mutual benefit llfo
Insurance. Co.. Nownrk, N. J., nt It
14th annunl convention told tho as
sociation of llfo insurance presidents
Although emphasizing tho miiltlplo
taxation of life Insurance, Mr. Ilhod
es urged tlmt It Is far better that
Insurance men shall sincerely nnd
wholo-hcartedly cooperato with tho
government In finding n reasonable
basis of taxation than that they
should tako an antagonistic postttcm
toward all plans that may bo present
"What Is the position of one who
has sought lusuranco protection, In
so far as federal taxes arc concern
ed?" asked the speaker. "In tho first
place, he pays a tax nt tho rate of
80 cents per 11000 of Insurance for
tho privilege; of Insuring his life. In
tho second place, he pay a personal
tax upon so much of his lncomo ns
Is required to pay tho premium upon
his Insurance In tho third place,
tho amount ho pays ns a premium Is
again taxed when It reaches the com
pany of which he Is a member. In the
fourth place. If tho assessment of an
excess profit tax la upheld by the
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WASHINGTON, Doc. 13 Undo Sam and Santa both urg tlmt all Christinas bundles bo limited parly, i
it you want them to arrive beforo Chrlstmns. Just mark them, "Don't Open Iluforu Christmas" and mall thorn !
NOW! A parade was held horo recently to stress tho Importanco of mulling early. Tills U oun trtirk In tho
MAIIKKIIH AND HISAIIHTONKH
Knitmdy Dignity nml llMliirtlon
They nrn designed, cut and built
with particular rewards for Individ
mil roiiulroiliiiuts. Long established
III IiiihIiuikk, unexcelled fucllllles mid
modern methods' nmko pnsslblo tho
nttrnetlvo combination of suporla
tlvo quality and modorato prices,
uur work affords.
Klamath Falls Marble
and Granite Works
10-10 Main St.
G. D. Grizzle, Proprietor
courts premiums Is again taxed. In
tho fifth place, so much nt his pro
nilum ns Is held by the company for
contingencies Is agalng taxed as n
capital stock tax. In tho sixth place,
when tho amount Insured is paid to
his estate It Is again taxed.
"This Is taxation with n vengeance. !
Tho Insured Is caught coming, stand
Ing stilt and going,
which ho docs not
como to tho government. Tho amount
of tax Is not easily determinable, and
when determined It Is not, ni Im
plied, a tax on net lncomo. Tho tax
Is collected only nt heavy expense
tolio government and to tho com
'It Is not at nil clear that In so far
a llfo lusuranco companies nro con-
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fli a transaction corned tho present law meets
enter-Into for (constitutional requirements." N. mnll nr wmnnll .,
profit and In whlcs, there can bo not Mr. Ilhodes took a definite stand r,.Kujrly can make mlstaku by
profit." lln opposition to tho theory that' flushing tho kidneys occasionally.
Devoting his attention further to'Promlums shouldbo taxed ns Income' says n well-known authority. Mem
a consideration ot federal Income tax ,of the Insurance companies. forms uric ucld Which clogs the kid
Ilhodes not only cnlled Into j " ! " P" ' sluggishly filter
,im mi urn uiuy 'ii 1 1 in iin wasie llllil
j poisons from tho blood, then you gel
I sick. Nearly nil rheumatism, hand-
question Its constitutionality, so far pfcW Road Will
as It affects life insurance, but gavei g- r , o .
It It not necessary to havo your pho
tograph taken in tho (la)lh-lit. Uur
up-to-the-minute ) stent ot studio
lighting gives us all the mlrnntnueit
tif tlus mo-.t perfect nunllglit, togrth
cr wltli nuiny effTtj lierrtofore
ttiouglit ImpoMilblc. You may linto)
your portrait made and ilelitrreil'
within 30 hours after you place jour
Two Genuine Gold
Tone Portraits for
TlieM) rhotographs are nctuallyl
loneu wltli Sl-knrnt
an analysis ot tho Inequality which ho
said rojults to tho various compmles
from tho actual operation of tho i iw.
"Tho lncomo tax law applied to life
Insurance companies," Mr. Ilhodes
declared, "falls to meet somo ot the
most Important criteria of sound
methods of taxation. It does not benr
equally upon different companies it
doc not provide any certainly of In-
7,..-.-io ncn llvcr irouiilu, nurvouiitofffi.
wt4l Idla rnniiHfmtlnti.
TrSSl, T icygs
rimno for npiMilntments
And a cup of
constipation, diziltiM. leepllstio.
.bladder disorders como iroiu slug-
VISA1.1A. Cal.. Dec. 13. Jli Its K,, kidney.
campaign to do Its part toward open- Tlio moment you feci a dull nche
Ing thu Kern river ranyun to tho mo- In the kidneys or your back hurts.
torist. tho supervisors of Tulare or If tho urine is cloudy, otfen-he,
county havo authorized tho construe- full of sediment. ImigulJir of ps-
tlon of a mountain highway tromfK or ""'-hi ny a sanation of
Sprlngvlllo to Camp Nelson, on the "a(WJn ,Knl almn l "neM r
, ... . .. Jnd S.-Uts from any re Rli b p inrmncy
,e,Ig? Qf tho en,-on southern ex- nm, akQ ft tallI40(mful ,
tremlty. Illds for this wprk are to he , wn,r Man breMkflul for fw ,
opened next month that construction ,lny, nnil your k,inoy- wm ,,, ncl
may begin next spring. tine. This famous salts Is mudo from
I Camp Nelson Is .known as among the neut of l:ipn n-xl imion Jiif
the prettiest camping resorts in the combined with llthla and lias bleu1
mountains lut liuretoforo has bcen(--ed for generations to Hush clogged
accessible only by packing. When It i kidneys and stlumulate i.iom to .-
,li mado accessible to motorists It l-!,lv-' a, to "'"- 1 n-Mi ln
expected to servo as the southern '"rln,, " n" lonfJ,r, 'aul irt"a
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ney In tho project which, wllh KOv-inot ,nJllrc. mak11 ,,0fKlUucr,.
ornment nsilstance. will eventually Tosccnt mhla-water -Irtnk which all'
mean a highway extending from Tor regular moat oalors should tuko now
tcnrlllo through Kern river to Mt. and then to keep tho kldnuys clwn
GUY GARRET ,
Whitney and thenco out via tho Ho- and the
quota national park and Vlsjlln, thus.lng serious
inm.nlni' tar natllrn lnvurn that Stn- "'
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plien t. Jiatlicr. director of national
parks, has tormod tho finest scen
ery In tho world.
Steam-Heated Otttgtc Rooms
All the Latest Magazinesfjiycwspapc and
Periodicals. Come hcrmfpr your daily.
Cigar Starm -
With a New Stock of Cigars, Cigarettes and
Tobacco. Srnohc up here.
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WASUINCSTON. C. II.. O Iler 13
Although Ituymoud Klec. high
school freshman. Is suffering from
pneumonia, and his condition Is re
garded serious, ho rofuses to squeal
on tho youths who hazed him He
.was taken out In tho country In a
'machine, given a coat of grease and
then Vhlppcd, alter which ho had to
twalk homo In a drizzling rain I'ollce
and school authorities have burn un
able to learn tho Identity of trio haz-era.
Take ffome e Dojen
fioirfhnvkr 30 f
Oi.ru Kvcnlne until C hrlstmns at
Karl .Shepherd's Music Storo. 10ft
Open Kvenings until Christmas at
Karl Shepherd's Music Storo. 10ft
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f I Darkens fllautlfiilly nml IteMorcM
Yellow, white, pink and bronze,
40c each, 3 for $1.00
Chinese Lily Bulbs, Saturday only,
Hyacinth Bulbs, 5 for $1.00
Narcissus Bulbs, 3 for 25c
We will lay gifts aside for a small deposit
down. Make your selections before the
X things you want are sold.
THE GIFT SHOP
709 Main Street
Its .Xiitiuul Color nml
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Common garden sago, browed Into
a heavy tea, with sulphur and alco
hol added, will turn gray, streaked
and faded hair beautifully dark nnd
luxuriant. Mixing tho Sago tea and
Sulphur roclpo nt homo, though, Is
troublesome. An easier way Is to get
the ready-to-uso preparation, Ira
proved by tho addition of other In
gredients, a largo bottle, at little
cost, at drug stores, known as
'Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com
pound,' thus avoiding a lot of muss.
WJilIo gray, faded hair Is not sin
ful, we all desire to retain our
youthful appoaranco and attractive
ness. I)y darkening your hair with
WyflWs Sago and Sulphur Com
pound, no ono can tell, because U
doos It so naturally, so ovonly. You
just dampen a spongo or soft brush
with It and draw, this through your
hair, taking ono small strand at a
tlmoj hr morning all gray halra
bavo dlf t'lnoarod. After another up
ol!Mi.r , two your hair becomes
Vmmititlly dark, glossy, soft nnd
l"x i .i it, tfnd you appear yoars
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