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Bdboa drama. .
TIM Heart RamcrakU,"
CnJlAP. C. comadr.
The mahbunAse of Yowtfc,"
ALL UCBXSKaY MCTtHi
"Far the- gut1! emft'.,,
Oa. AaissateaY Weakly,"
Twelve Currant Eveata.
T5 oa aanr eiraea. Tedf aWt hwra
ta walk far devaleesmenn. tfc
gaadrtafctnaw. I'd aim ne an ana
lata on ta MM.
Heoaas ami lata M all porta of tho
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eat a itaeina Mi orteea and aaaj
tarma. Jf yam an bMetaoeei la mam
Ua4a rdNoateehowran the vaUay
Neat to Amarkmi Ratal, rhoae
Tfca Ml of ","
Two Oar M"
Matlaaa oaeh ehinajo day.
Program change Meuev. Wi
day. Friday, Saturday aad f aaday.
K ASILGA WjCWAM
WidaiQaay ami Setsrday Eva.
Cl.k B..A Oraaa
fMV WIN i to.
irySltwWffi: V JiCC.
a tt 4ft IICI
LiMb ud kiy wtfd
4ft, Mi I2ii
Leave orders at
O.K. Transfof Co.
ma ? i I Car. 4 ami Main
A faney brand of aaadad rals
IM dipped in cbieolata. Some-
met tao aaraat.
Hagabir prlee lOc a pound; on
aala saw at a pound.
Oar Haslacae la Qeedt
Our Cwatomera ara Qaadt
A complimentary ardar wilt
Youra, aalloua ta plaaaa.
Try a raa i
r do yon bay
If yea atw uM gwoakng ma
boat a ana righi prlee yaa ara
aoc emr cneeemtere-
Van Ripen Bros.
nw; modara la avary.'way; full
baaament. $1,500; farms.
M aam Vf
Lat'SSlixllor earacr 8a
oad aad Waallagtoa; good
lawn. Prlca $70; tarma.
lAt SSitoif on Third atreat,
batwttn Waaiiaftoa' and Jeff
enon. $709; terms.
J. F. AUG U I RE
Subscription ttrmt by mall to any ad
dress in toe uaitea lutaa:
One year .............. aa.wv
Ona month . . 10
KLAMATH rAUA . . OHKOON
SATURDAY, OCT. IH, IDIU
Hartlcaa at the wloua churchaa of
the city for tomorrow will be aa follower
THE EVENING HERALD
W. O. SMITH.
Published dally awaat tanday ay Ua
Herald Puellealnf Oamaaay at
Klamath rrnlaj. at 111 Faarth K.
entered at the pottoa.ee at Klamath
rati. Oraaoa, for traaamiaiion
through the mails aa aaooad-alasa
AT THK CHURCMK8
Sunday echo! at 10 a. m. Dr. W.
A. Leonard superintendent.
Dtrlna aarrtcaa. 11 a, m. and
a. m. Oaorga H. Faaaa, Paater.
rtanara) Claaa at 11:10.
Junior League at I p. m..
Haasl Sammars, suparlntaadeut.
Epworth League at :S0 p. m.,
Howard Claayalaad, praaldanL
Regular prayer meeting Wednesday
aTsalag at 7:10.
Morning there. "The Man With a
Evening theme. "The Second of
8va Men In Klamath Falls."
8peclal music Dorothy Hasten
sings ta the morning. W. N. Foster
slaga at night
I.tttars written ta aaswer to cer
tain questions will be read at night.
Cordial welcome. Obliging ushera
fhrtatimi f hart hi
Corns Ninth ana Plna streets.
B. M. Fllaa. pastor.
Saaday school at 10 a. at., B. L
CbrteUan Endaavor at 1:10 p. m.
Topic. "You Can Do Bettor."
Preaching at 11 a.m. and 7:10 p.m.
The mid-weak aerrlea will ha brld
on Wadneaday eraalng.
Htrangara and frlanda ara kindly
tnvttad to worship with us.
Prevalance of the Disease is Attributed
to the Dusty Shops in Which the Me
chanics are Generally Employed
United Prase Service
INDIANAPOLIS. Oct. II. Seven
teen er cent of tho deaths of car
penters and their wives Is cnuted by
tuberculosis, the most prevalent U In
cite cauilng death nmoug that pro
fesslon, according to the report of '.In
United llrotharhood of Carpeulerit
and Joiners, which was submitted to
tha convention at Washington this
tall. According to Frank Duffy, gen
eral secretary of the organlistlou.
this disease has made great Inrosda
on tho carpenter's organisation In
spile ot efforts ot the officials at tho
head of the union to warn union men
nsatnst It. The prevalence of tuber
culosls Is attributed to dusty shop,
by Duffy. However, It was pointed
out to him that the life of a carpen
ter Is, In the main, an outdoor life.
"Uut the workman may grow care
less." replied Duffy. "Working some
times to the point ot fatigue, subject
ed to alt kinds ot weather, the nut
door carpenter may have a tendenc)
to pay too little attention to his
health. Pneumonia may develop and
tuberculosis In time follows. Pneu
monia, some years ago, had a much
higher death rata among carpenters
than now, although the rate at pre
ent la still considerable."
Some yesra ago Duffy wrote an art
icle In the Carpenters' Journal, en
titled "Captains of Death.". Denom
inating consumption as the captain of
death, he called pneumonia "(he
king." The tendency of carpenter
to contract slight colds and to ni-s-led
them was called to the attsntlon
cf the unionist. The rsrpenlem
union paya a death benefit on the
death ot either the carpenter or til
wife. The figures uf the report which
are based on the number of claims
paid, Include both members ot tint
family. Prom March I, lM. lo
Msrch 1. 112. the union paid 3H3
claims for death from tubercutosl.
Tho number ot deaths during that
time attnroilmatcd MOO, henre mure
than 17 per rent of deaths were from
this one disease. The previous yearly
.report showed 16.30 per cent.
There has also been a remarkable
I Increase In the number of deaths
I ... a. -..a .H..aaM MfMifilltlaT 111
ITUIII limit uintreamvi tvi.aj -
Plna and Third atreata.
Rev. J. S. Staabtedatd. ynatar.
Sunday eeaanl at 10 a. m J. ft,
Christian endeavor at 7:10, Braeet
Praacktec at 11 a. m. and 7:10
pm.br the pastor.
Morning theme, "Oood Invest
Evening theme, "Oodllness Is Pro
Prayer meeting Wadneaday even
ing at 7:10.
You ara cordially Invited to come
and worship with us. We shall try
to make you feel at home.
a i R.
Klghth aad Canal streets.'
J. D. Brendel, pastor.
Banday achool at 10
Da Lap. auparlntendeaL
Preaching at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Morning theme."A Olad Privilege."
Sunday night will be the first of r
series of Sunday night sermons on
'The Place and Power of the Holv
Spirit In the Christian System.
All are cordially Invited to attend
Church of the Redeemer Bplaeapal.
Dr. Henry p. Colllas, reetor.
Odd Fellows' nail.
Regular eervleas tomorrow morn
ing, at 11 o'clock.
Special offertory solo by Mr. Wil
Sunday achool In the afternoon at
m 0 m
Ckriatlam Scsanea Society
Meetings In Library building.
Sunday servlca at 11 a. m.
Sunday achool at 10 a. m.
Wadneaday evealag meeting at I
Cwamah ad ana amrrad Maarl
Flint mm, wKk abort tnatrnatlau,
at 1:10 a. m.
Second mass, with sermon of the
Ooepel of tho Sundayat 10:10 a. m
Sunday school at : 10 a m.
All ara eordlall Invited to attsnd
Rev. WllllamfAcMlllan. pastor.
I Duffy. Deaths from that cause total.
ed 315, or nearly 16 per rent of nil
Ihn deaths In 1911-13 UurlUK te
year previous It had been 11.54 P-ir
Pneumonia runs about i or H Per
cent a year, and cancer as a cause of
death has been running high, as com
pared with the average disease. Duf
fy In the report points out that the
nerrentnaa of deaths from tuberculo
sis and heart disease Is altnoit as hUli
ni thni ilni, tit acrldsnts. The num
ber of deaths from accidents In tho.
year was 398, or only fourteen mnrtt
than deaths from tuberculosis.
"The deaths from accidents Include
many not suffered by carpenters In
their line of work, as many itiiathi
result from accidents In the home or
elsewhere such as befall the ordinary
person not engaged In carpentry," de
clared Duffy. "Taking Into consider
ation the work as a dangerous pro-
frmlnn. the deaths due to accidents
of tho trade will fall far short nf tho
deaths duo to tuberculosis"
ARTHUR WALLEN IS
Prisoner to the County Jail Charged With
a Serious Offense has Refused Nonr-
ishment and Started Long Hike
walked all night without a stop.
When he was allowed to go Into the
larso room In the Jail this muruluc
hu at once started on his drill scroti
Arthur Wallsn, chargtd with lu-
cest, la believed to have lost bis mind.
Ha haa refused to est for two days,
and b'aa walked up and down In the
county Jail contlnouusly, from onu die room.
wall to the other, with military pre-) It Is estimated I hi: Wallet) ha
clslon. v.i!l:! ssiv than 100 miles during
He has refused to converse with hlsliho past taenty-four hours. Ho hti
frllow prisoners, and will not answer liet a pace for himself that U csilmat
officers when spoken to. '-d tu be more t'.ian four miles an
l Last nlcht Wallen wss locked In it' hour, and uo In ilitu In. In nni
cell. He meekly followed the officers slowed down.
Into the steel cage, but no sooner had How long he will be able to stand
he been locked In than he started to 'the grind without sleep or nourish-
pace up and down. The other prls-iinenl Is a matter of speculation
oners In the Jail declare that ho .among the prisoners la the Jail,
The Perfect Way
rorra of Klamath Falls Cltisms Have
If you suffer from bacbache,
There Is only ono way to cure It.
The perfect way Is to cure tho kid
A bad back means sick kidneys.
' Neglect It, urinary troublea follow.
arete baHiMngl Baedhsjeais. W
ataanf better all
vacant lota am
Vest to American
van ntnan. Man
lei. Banna of ana bant
liaBai aaaVgaaaaaat afwMmM
annnJBJl nesjfjeja earVJBjBJBja
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JfcejL y Phone Ml
Nanwa a Sarvar
KUmath FalU. Ore., Sept, II, 1111.
To the follewlag property ownara ta
township II south, range 7 east,
Willamette meridian, Oregen:
D. P. Doak aad
Weyernaeuaer Lumbar Ce.;
You ara hereby aotlled that an
the ISth day of OcUbar, 1111, er
within Ova daya tharaaftar, I ahall be
gin the survey of tba meander Una of
Donn's Kldnoy Pills nrq'mtdo fot Klamath Uke, la aactlon II, town
kidneys only. ship II south, range 7 east. W. M.
Are endoraed by KUmath Falls I Oregon, tor Ua location ot said mo-
poople. anoar uoa, aad to ra-aatabtlah all car
N. Marchand. Wardin ..... Ki.m .""" "-"ry w locate ma same.
... .... n. ..: ...k! "W " to be made oa the
.... . b.., w,w., J. AHUIIL IWU
jc.rs ago I flrct noticed symptoms of
kidney trouble, m back pained, me
intensely, and I was obliged to ariio
many times at night, owing to too
frequent passagei ot kidney eeerc
llons. Often my hack waa so weak
that I had to quit work. Doans Kid
ney Pills wcro flnully brought to my
attention, unci i begin using them.
Woy rcstorod my kidneys to a nor
mal condition and removed tho pains
in my back, i glvo Doans Kidney
Pills credit for my euro, and highly
leocmmend trcju to other kidney suf.
For sale by all neuter. Price SO
watt; Pestor-Mllbura C., guffalo,
Mow TftfcMOle'agents for the UaltoJ
Remember tiabiamo Doaa's and
ke aa other.
petition of tho Weyerhaaaaar Lumbar
company for tho purpose of locating
the boundary of lu property la the
B. B. HENRY,
a,'lJ County Surveyor.
CRATER UKE NEWS
Crater Lake company automobiles
are meeting all 8. P. rains at Chllo
quln. Hound trip ftfre, Chlloquln to
Crater Lake, ill. lit.
When advised by pboas, automo
biles will meetlaunekea at Agency
Lsadlag. Reitad trip raU earns aa
AutatDobilii from Crater Uke to
Mod ford, Jtonday and Tburaday, fare
Hk lAINd.HUl.MkAUlf I..!""-!
Is sura lu li.w. . ..
rafraahlng elosa for thos. !t!
a awallbji ihsn, ,,,
that luiurr which only , ij"'
arly aunolnted baihrooaj ,
give, Aad modern sssit...
Pluskblng hu plc,d th,
tlld" disposal f ch ,n
aflke, for few pUt., MwJTJ
if so limited a not to be ski.
ago an almost prliel.u lului,
If VOU dualra In k....u ... . ''
V . . " "" 'Wilt
what a moderate sum they f.
be Installed, call up OIIKKUt
A Clean Scalp And Healthy- Hair
Many of your friends have luund that lujrdrlnm aruti 0
hairsoft and glossy and a aralp trea froiu,,auilruft, rtM(
from the use of
This Is the procedure
Wash the hair with warm er dnd a puro sosp rln.. ux,
oughly rub lha scalp with a stiff brush apply lllr.utune rut u
lu welt and dry the hair before rootling
Plssse understand that Hlrgtitone Is nol inertly lur .!,
II Is a tonic a food,
Wlille It UioruaghlrleMBjara, H itlao prriritU l.t.
lerlal arllun anMrlahad atttl allmutatta llir root. t,t the
ilr-rcmotra all laafitniT arwveau lu rrtura aad
lirraerara Ilia nalnral'bvaalr ami rotor of the hair.
Nyal's Tdlrautoae ekftuld ba in your dreaslng labU
It sells M0 raata.bad II ri lha bottle.
I W O O 1 H
WESTERN TRANSFER GO.
IIHIir IImimk ISHI. KrsMrnrr lyinr l,t
MIIVIM1 AMU KKMKH.Ui THANNKMt
FtANO MOViNO M bWoJCUITT
I'aasengara PkkedSlf and Ocllvrrnl any I'lair In Toms
JOl jfoIOOjriy Proprietor
IKX J. 7.1'MWALT. I'reeWciH. K. t. Ill'llll, Vlrl'res. sad Teres.
IIKIIT K. WITHHOW. Hrtrrtarf
KlamatJi County Attract Co
Sttrvreypre aad Irritation Eaglneers
I.PS, PLAMt, BLUKI'ltlNtXMfV-
KlanaUi falls, OrcgM
We Welcome Small Deposits
Did you aver slop to thin that a hundred small account, msir
a hank stronger thsn a doie. lrie onest Thai Is one of our muoo
for urging the man of limited means In transact his buslnr llh ui.
Largs accounts are welcome, loo, fur It lour purpose to imt
A I.I, the people. "
It mailers nol what amoun nf money you hare to deposit o
will accept It at this bsnk. Wa welcome the small depositor, ws at
tend to him the ssiue consideration and" courtesies accorded to all uf
Our ruitomsrs nlPanow tbU.
THE FIRSTWIONAL BANK
Cheap Excursion Rates
Vlo Tli3 Howtlmijrii lPfiolflo
Tke Double Track. Safety lock Llaea of the Weit
Good for retara Trip until October 31
cmcAdb .,.,..,..,,.! $80.00
OMAHA . , , ( , . i $00.00
ht. paul; ,...' j $81.50
KANHAB CITY , .u A $08.00
II08TON !., $118.50
HT. LOUIS ,,,, i ..,. $4 B.Ot
NI5W ORLKANH ... $78.00
cbrrciaoadlag Rates to olaer Polnti
VIA ANY DIHKOT MOUTM' tICT US FIX IT FO voU
The only remaining aala dales aro October 1, 10, 11 d "
For lafarwatloa or Raoerratl
rjall oh or Wrlta,
S. J. MAILED
Aircnl. KlaTfrmh Falls
D. V. and P. A 8ok K St., Sacramenio, Cal.