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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
My DAVID KUSWOHTK
Fifty six years have passed nnd geno
Since our boys camo mnrchlng home, '
Mooring tho flag they so nobly pnved,
Fifty thousand strong,
They faltered not nor did they fear,
To answer their country's call,
Hut left their homes and volunteered,
On tho bnttlo fields to fall.
They loved their country, homo nnd friends,
They loved their lives as woll,
Hut they thought not of themselves nlono,
Though by sword nnd shot they fell.
So they marched nwny their flng to save, I
wr 3i MunrtAy-.
TORI) BOUIjH ....
Here ' Is the Chance
You've Been Wailing (er:
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The Herald Publishing Company of
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math Falls, Oro., (or trantmlnlon
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WKDNKSDAY, JUNK 1, 1IK2I
WKDXKSDAY, JtJXi: 1, 10'Jt
THi: SOLDIKUS ItOM'S UH.Ii
(That Iho readers at this paper
way become thoroughly familiar
with nit tho facts connected with
the co-colled Soldiers' bonus bill,
TuV Herald will publish n scries of
articles by Don lidding, setting
forth tho various features of this
measuro that tho peoplo of tho state
vrlll pass Judgment on next month. It
should bo fully understood that un
der tho loan fenturo of tho measure.
tho money Is slmplr loaned to the
boys; that It Is advanced only up to
76 per cont of tho valuo of tho prop
7C per cent of tho valuo of the prop
erly In which It Is Invested and that
It will bo paid back, with Infe'rest.
under tho nmortlxatlon plan provided
In tho bill. A thorough understand
ing of tho new line provisions of the
hill means tho removal of any serious
-opposition to It.)
Tfco bonus hill on tho ballot as
(302 YES) will put into circulation
In Klamath county an estimated to
tal of $600,000 before January 1,
1922 and between $100,000 and
2200,000 between January 1 and
Judo 1, 1022.
In Klamath county, thero arc ap
proximately 410 ex-scrvlco men and
-women who nro eligible for cither
tho cash bonus or tho loan feature of
tho bill. A recent canvass by tho lo
cal Tost of tho American Legion In
dicates that more than 90 per cent of
those eligible will eventually take
tho loan. Presuming thnt only 200
tnon are In a posltllon to take advnnt
ago of the loan featuro and securo
tho maximum amount. $3000, Klam
ath county would greatly benefit by
the putting Into Immedlato circula
tion of $6000,000. Many of tbeso men
are already purchasing lots upon
which to build homes since tho bonus
loan featuro carries a provision
whereby money Is .advanced to ex
soldlers having homes In tho course
or construction. Many moro of tho
service men will use the borowed
money to Irapovo farms and to pur
chase farms. Service men who alrea
dy own at least $4000 worth of prop
erty, (less than 5. per cent) will
probably uso tho borrowed money to
enter business or to turn over at a
higher rato of Interest and thereby
Tho Increased home building and
farm Improvement would mean a new
era of prosperity to the peoplo of
Klamath county, and'the whole state
I L 1 L
tvim spirits iignt mm gny,
Though they knew thnt many would never return,
Hut would go tho narrow way, '
Whore, nro all our boy, who so nobly nrosa
To nnswer their country's call, ' '
To suffer tho hardships nnd perils of war,
That their flag should not totter and fall.
Somo of them Ho In graves unknown,
Somo of thorn 'nenth tho sea I
Somo of them Ho up thero on tho hill,
And but few nro loft to tec.
nut our country has not forgotten tho debt,
That, It to these bravo men owe,
So It declares ono day In every year, '
Its gratltudo to show. i
And on each thirtieth day of May,
When the flowers nro fresh nnd bright,
We deck tho graves of thoso that fought,
For freedom nnd for right.
Wo look through the ranks, our old soldiers to sco,
As tho lino comes mnrchlng by,
Then, wo know woll soon rend all tho names, '
On that banner that floats In tho sky.
IDLERS DO NOT IKES HIT III i
"There arc Jobs for man who want "Nothing Hut tho Truth," produc
to work," stated an employer of both cd by tho I'ntvorslty seniors recently
skilled and unskilled labor for the i nt EllKne. wa a rollcklng comedy
nearby mills and logging camps of ?ui n'd'K ono Kugone paper.
smashed all records for amateur
this section )esterdny to a repbrter performances nnd mado tho overage
for tho Herald, 'but the trouble Is. road show look llko tent vuudovlllo In
thero nre a number of men who pre-i comparison."
feTnot to work nt tho prices that are! nlh Kugono papers pay high rom
offcred " I Dllmcn' t0 ,ho acting of John llous-
... ton, n Klamath studont, who, ns
"une man wno. last winter, iniii
around and did nothing, told mc thnt
ho 'mooched' over $1,100 from log
gers and mill men, and gloried that
he had got away with it. For the past
week, mon have been needed for rail
road grading, section work nnd other
labor here and the local men would
not take tho Jobs, so It was necessary
to Import labor from Sacramento.
Twenty men camo In Mqnday night
and twenty more nrrlved Tuesday
from that place, yet thero is com
plaint from local unemployed that
there Is 'no work here.' The railroad
work has been on logging roads'near
hero and of course, some of the men
thought that the wages offered were
too low for that class of labor, but
the men In Sacramento were eager' to
come at 'the wages offered."
Between 700 nnd 800 men have
been employed this spring and aro at
work in nearby camps and logging
centers, the employer said, and con
ditions will bo better a little later on
when 'all tho operators begin to log
on an extensive scale.
! Hob Hennctt. had the leading mnle1
j role, nnd aUo directed thu produe-
POTSDAM, Germany, Juno 1.
Tho affection and admiration which
German peoplo still entertain for
Field Marshal Von Hlndenburg was
manifested by tho throngs who gath
ered to attend the funoral of tho Em
press Augusta Victoria.
Tho German princess passed vir
tually unnoticed through tho crowds
but whorover tho popular Field" Mar
shal wont there was a murmur of ad
miration which frequently swolled
into prolonged applause Even tho
Communists, who could Tie disting
uished by their remarks, woro silent
before Von Hlndenburg, although
thoy spoko loudly about "tin sold
iers" as other high officers passed.
Thoro was an amusing Incident
when tho "hero of Tannenborg" ar
rived before Wlldpark station, whore
tho sorvlces for tho princess were
held. Ai he descended somowhat
heavily from an automobile, the
great string of medals about his
neck wns disarranged.
A sllk'-hatted, whlte-whlskored
man and 'a policeman rushed to rear
range thorn and mot head-on. Tho
silk hat wan dislodged and rolled
upon tho. pavomont, and tho police
man stood in a daze.
In the meantjmo half a dozon offi
cers In full dress of gonerato had
gT.tberoJ about tho "old man of the
Masurian lakot." and carefully ar
ranged the medals, while others
helped the Ffold Marshal put on Ms
faigu, tassoled p,-which he had been
Jailed; Two Charges
James M. Eastman was arraigned
lato yesterday afternoon beforo Jus-
1 tico of tho Peace L. L. Gnghagen
upon two complaints, ono filed by
I Mrs. S. DeCoster, who nlteges that
1 Kastman passed n check on her which
was rofused at tho bank, nnd tho
' other upon tho charge of obtaining
money under false pretenses. In
widen Eastman U alloged to have
had J. Posplsll endorse a draft upon
a woman In Seattle, which was later
Bend was fixed by Judgo Gaga
hagen at $500 In the Posplsll com
plaint and $250 In tho De Coster ac
tion. Eastman had been employed In
tton. Here Is ono extract:
Time nftcr tlmo tho action of
the play had to be slowed down
while tho audience got in a fow
good ronrs at Johnny Houston
or Mnrion Gllstrap, both of
whom proved themselves In n
clans all their own when it
comes to handling comedy
Much credit for tho unusually
succossful production goes to
Johnny Houston, who not only
coached tho cntlro cast, but who
carried tho burden of tho come
dy on bis shoulders.
And hero Is the ether:
John Houston, as Hob Den
nett, tho man who bet ten thou
sand dollars that ho could tell
the truth for 24 hours, brought
down tho house tlmo after time
with his keen acting.
During the month of June you can get
The Herald at the SPECIAL ANNUAL SUB
SCRIPTION RATE. Here is the rate that
will be in force during the month of June:
The Evening Herald one year by carrier $5.00
One year by mail $4.00
To subscribers outside Klamath County $5.00
Till rule. N good for ono month only, iuiiI "III nut extend ho
joiid Juno HO, ItliM. . Under the law It In nere-cmr) tu lime "II
paper paid for 111 mltxmv, anil nil NiltiM'rlptlons ii"1 renettel b)
July 1 will, under this rule, lime to lo IIriu(lmnNl.
It HH4 not our Intention to put mi a njterlol rule I hi year for tlm
recoil thnt ttio inrrcAMtt coat of pulil lent Ion did nut JiiMlfy utiy re
duction. Tmlny It It nutting to pultlNIi Tim llernlil threo times
what It lld tn and n linlf year ngo. During Hie wit eir thero
hut Ix-vn no reduction in the root of nuytlilng entering Into tin pro
duction of a nettNpnper nnd iniiiiy Item Imte jidtmieeil.
However, In view of tho general tlrprraolnu pretnlent, tip leel
flint tic MiouliI do nothing to InrrciiAO Iho burden eten n little. Ilenee
tie lime decided to innlui the. inerliit offer nguln llibt je.ir. Wo
xluill nppreclute It If Oiomo ilexlrlug to Inko mltiuitiige of 1I1U of
fer ttlll tin ho an enrly in the inuntli nt HWhlo to relleie the grent
amount of rlcrlrnl labor Unit ttlll imtiirnlly mum nt I lie end of (lie
xperlnl offer htIimI.
Navy Bill Passed;
WASHINGTON, Juno 1. Thu
sonato today finally passed tho
tuny appropriation bill, carrying
about $494,000,000 nnd Including
tho Hornh amendment which re
quests tho president to Initiate a
disarmament conforonco In whclh
Great Britain, tho United Stoles nnd
Japan would participate.
CASK AOAINKT HAY.MOND " "
DHOPl'KD MY GOVKUNMKNTl
THE HCC UV QflfJlVMIICH
I i fi'lBTlh
Am Zbx,L Bm. Bllllll .T
According to a dispatch received
hero by a friend of Gordon Hay-
Tho county court met lato cs-j mond, roccntly arrested and taken
terday afternoon nnd transacted to Portland on n federal charge ana
county business, approving salary Immediately turned loose by U. 8.
warrants nnd general accounts. District Attorney Humphreys, tho
Court adjourned until Saturday 'young man oxpects to return here.
Tho Cyclo-Stormagraph at
Underwood's Pharmacy record
ed a fairly constant pressure
since last report, standing at
' about 30.20 since 4 o'clock
' yesterday afternoon. '
This is In tho "fair weath
er" zono, therefore no marked
change may be expected.
Forecast for next 24 hours!
Continued fair and warm.
unable to wear In the confines of his
When Von Hlndenburg appeared at
tho station to dopart, tho streets for
many squares woro packed with ox
clted crowds which raised a tumul
tuous cheer and again nnd again, un
til the train was out of sight, tho
"hochs" resounded from thousands
A short tlmo previous, Prince Au
gust appeared on tho station platform
and was received with a few lifted
hats, but without choors. .
Hot Water Each Morning
Puts Roses in Your Cheeks
'T " iMat?
To look one's best and feet one's best
It to enjoy an Inside bath each morning
to flush from the system the previous
day's waste, sour fermentations and poi
eonous toxins before It is absorbed Into
the blood. Just as coal, when It burns,
leaves behind a certain amount of in
combustible material in tho form of
ashes, so the food and drink taken each
day leave in the alimentary organs a
certain amount of Indigestible material,
tt Men If not eliminated, form toxin and
poisons which are then sucked Into the
blood through the very ducto which are
Intended to suck in only nourishment to
sustain the body.
If you want to see the glow of healthy
bloom in your cbeekf to see your skin
et clearer and clearer, you aro told to
rink every morning upon arising, a
class of hot water with a teaspoonfu)
of limestone phosphate In it, which Is a
barraleM mean of washing the waate
material and toxin from the stomach,
Ilverkldnm and bowel, thus oleafts-
lag, sweeUoicg aad purifying Ue asUrt
alimentary tract, before putting more
looa into trie siomacn.
Girls and women with sallow skins,
liver spots, pimples or pallid complex
ion, nwo those who wako up with a
coated tongue, bad taste, natty breath,
others who aro bothered with headaches,
bilious tpellt, acid stomach or constipa
tion should begin this phoipliatcd hot
water drinking and aie assured of very
pronounced results In one or two welcs.
A quarter pound of limestone plios-
phato costs very llttio nt mo drug tioro
but Is sufficient to demonstrate that lust
as soap and hot water cleanses, purines
and freshens tho tkln on tho outside, so
hot water and limestone ptasplute act
nn the Inside orirant. Wo must always
'consider that Internal sanitation Is vast
ly more important than outside cleanli
ness, because the ekln pores do not ab
sorb Impurities Into the blood, while tho
bowel pores do.
Women who desire to enhance the
beauty of their complexion should Just
try tpia for a week aad boUo rctvlts.
Uso ordinary Fir Flooring when you enn buy tbo famous
FORKED LEAF OAK FLOORING
For less than you would pny for u good carpotT
On account or n recent decline In tho market wo nro able to make
tbeso exceptionally low prices:
13-16x2',; Cir. Quartered Whltn Oak $225.00
13-lGx2; Clour Plain White Oak $170.00
13-16x2Vi No. 1 Common Oak $ 00.00
3-8x2 Clear Quartered Wlilto Oak $176.00
3-8x2 Clear Ploln Wlilto Oak $120.00
Wo have this stock stored In dust and molsturo proof bins
ready for Iminedlnto delivery.
Wo invito your Inspection.
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Electrically equipped kitchens hold
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