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title: 'The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, October 15, 1912, Image 2',
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THE EVENING HERALD
W. O. SMITH.
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"Tws BoHe of Bar K Math."
Nestor Weetera Comedy
MaUtcea ckaaoe day.
rrecram tkuw Meadse. Wedaee
day. Friday. teterslsaaad Snadaj.
DAN C IN 6
Wodaseday M Satsarday Eva.
HALL FOK RENT
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alia CiwMtd Dtraclaiy, canstls Vr
Oar Basins la (await
Our Customer r 04t
A cempltmeatary order will
Yours, aailoua la pit
Try a raa ! smt
PaaUatva dally anaal Saaday ay Ua
Herald Pnbllealag Oeeaaaay
Klamath rails, at 111 Fearta M.
Catered at Ua poetoMce at Klamath
Pills, Oracoa, tor tmaemlsslon
through taa aiallt aa eecond-elsse
Subicrlptlon terma by mall lo auy ad-
draw la tha Ualtad lutaa:
Ona yaar 15.00
One moatb (0
K LAM AT IMLLa. . . OKNOON
TUKMDAY, OCT. Id, 10111
By Joe Bull
Interlocutor Gentlemen, ba seated
latarloeutor You do not look well
Sambo No. aah; Ah'e not wll.
You aaa. aah. Ah waa hit la da hald
wld aa aie, aah, laa' night, aah.
Interlocutor You ware hit In the
hoad with an ata?
Tambo Tee, bal
8ambo Yaa, aah; an' robbed.
Tambo Taa, ha!
Interlocutor Why Ibla hilarity,
Tambo Taa, hat Sambo makes
Interlocutor Sambo haa Just told
ua that ha waa hit n tbe head with
an aia, and robbed, treat ta there
funny about that? It leama torn
Uka a pratty aarlout proposition.'!
Tambo Yea, aah; but d
wasn't hit In da hald wld no
w- ... t LI. 1- J-
m wua jaa uu ia av aroi
naadta. suh. Taa. ha!
Sambo Wall, what's de differ
ARE BEING SENT
I L. 'Imkmjmj.hoiuJ.' iirtw.
8AI.KM, Oct. IS. Secretary of
Stnte Hen V, Olrolt has commvucod
mailing tln first of the pamphlets com-
talnlng atntements niiJ srgumonti l
political pnttlcs which tinvo iiotiilmU-
ed candidates and of Independent rnti-
Uldatce who have II led statement for
Tho pamphlets nro segregated Into
tx groups, this division being mnde
necessary on account ot district rsndl
dates that have arguments In tho
pamphlet. The pamphlets being
mulled today will go to tho coumlv
ot tlaker. Crook, Ullllam, Grant, liar
ncy, Hood Hirer, Malheur, Morro.'.
Sherman, Umatilla, Union, Wallnua,
Wasco and Wheeler. They couuln
& pages, and a sufficient number has
been printed to Insure a coy for the
'MImated registration of 30,730 rotes
In those counties.
Tha second group will number
about 39,840, and will go to the coun
ties ot Benton, Clackamas, Coos, Cur
ry, Douglas. Jackson, Josephine,
Lane. Lincoln and Washington.
In tho third group are tho counties
ot Linn. Marlon, folk. Tillamook and
YamMll, and the estimated registra
tion la 11,560.
The counties of Klamath and Lake
comprise the fourth grt up, with an
estimated registration of 3,(40.
Clatsop and Columbia counties
comprise the fifth group, and have nil
estimated registration of 8,040.
The sixth group will go to Mutino
us li county, the estimated regleti'n
tlon of which reaches 60,1(0.
Acordlng to the Iaw the slate prim
er must deliver alt the pamphlet to
the secretary of stnte by October il'l,
mid the secretary must mall them lo
the voters not later than October 10
The msterlsl In the pamphlet Is ar
ranged In tho ssmo order as the
names of (he candidates nppenred In
tho list certified by the secretary of
state to the county clerks. This gives
tho republicans the first position In
ih tiamuhlet. the dsmocrata next.
then tho prohibitionists, socialists snd
progressives, with tho district candl
Secretary Olcott haa ordered the.
pamphlets printed and bound wllliiml
covers, thus effecting a saving to tho
state of approximately H.JSB. elim
inating an Item of not leas than l00
In postage alone, as with the cuer
the pamphlet would have required 3
reuts poslsge, wheress under the olsn
ndopted the postage charge Is only 1
tent. Only the pamphlets going to
the voters of Multnomah will require
3 cents for mailing. The pamphlet
fot that county will contain M piyies.
consequently on account of Its (addi
tional weight cannot be brought with.
In the t-cent requirement. The cost
of the paper for the cover, printing
rnd binding go to make up the bal
ance ot $435. of which 140 Is for the
paper and the balance of I3R& (or
composition and prrsswork.
I.et the People Itute.
Vote 331' X Yes
4n Glctton Day.
The Majortti Ituie Dill. Adv.
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O.K. Transfer Co.
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.P. C. Clarlson
'A Sawtr brand of cwadad rata-
laa dipped In chocolate. Some-
aWsaW fwi. UlaktM awaet.
'BgmtBf prlaa lOek pound; oa
gate uw at ese s)nnd.
Klvs-roomioase In Hillside;
new; moderi la every way; full
basement. IS.IQt; teraia.
Ia si'iillO, corner Sec
ond and Washington; good
lawn. Pflea T6; terms.
Lot 5Gxle, on Third street,
between Waahlagtoa and Jeff
erson. 1740; terms.
ventlon rests la correct Information!
and education. It la not believed, of
course, that tha mere knowledge of
tha effects of rice will keep all men
free from disease, but many high au
thorities agTee that proper education
will save hundrada aad thousands of
men, women aad children from need
In respect to these evils, society has
not even discharged IU first duty It
haa sot even given warning. The av
erage boy baa been kept In absolute
Ignorance of these vital facta of life,
uatli for himself be haa received tbe
wrong Ideas from older misinformed
companions and quack newspaper ad
vertisements; advertlaementa paid for
by persons who value pecuniary gain
mora than human amelioration.
Reputable physician now practic
ing la this state testify to the great
aad permanent Injury that Is beln
done to our boys who are encouraged
by malicious Ilea la ahameless adver
tlsemeate aad by disreputable men.
We must speak out for our present
welfare and future safety.
I believe that wa should thoroughly
and carefully send literature through
out tha state, and that carefully se
lected apeakera shoufd be sent to ev
ery city and town, no matter hoy
small, la tha entire state. A bill
which will enable thla work to be ex
tended throughout tbe entire atate Is
to be presented at tha aext seasloa of
the legislature. R. L. BOOTH.
There are over 100,000 women Id
Oregon. The majority uf them do
not want to voto. A small proportion
In any given community Is asking for
the ballot. Is that not true In your
own town? What do the rest wsnlT
Many of them are actively opposed.
To put upon these women a respon
sibility from which they have hith
erto been exempted and which they do
not wish lo assume Is not "Women's
y of them are Indifferent. The
snl male voter Is one of tho
problems of the present elrc
Would you ad to It a Urge
of votes avowedly Indifferent?
The demand for women suffrage It
the demand that woman shall assume
an equal share with men In the ro-
,aponslbltlty of carrying the govern
ment of the city, the state, the nation.
It means she shall enter with him the
political arena, for It Is an arena
Politics Is not a conflict of opinions.
It Is a conflict of wills. It csrrlcs with
It public meetings, public debates,
public marchings and counter-march.
Incs, public discussion of public mat
ters, and of the character of public
candidates, and all the other Inrl
dents of n campaign.
It Is nut democratic, nor Just, nor
fair to draft this large body of wo
men Into this campaign against their
This Is tbe sixth tlmo the voters of
Oregon have been asked to vote upon
this question In spite of the fact that
every two years the opposition lo It
has Incressed so that In 1910 sulfrsge
Systematic Industrial training and Mrrle(l , only one cotmy , OnK0tti
agriculture for schools. '"d In that one by five votes, the total
vote being 35,370 for suffrage, the
ismalesl vote for It since 1800, and
C9,0C against, a majority of 33,7st.
Frequent school visitation.
Strict attention to business of oilh c
The economlcat'fuet for' win
Leave orders at Lawieace's
Cigar Stare. Phono 1111.
W. cj BATES
W feet est Mate etreet,
MMtafi ssjsjsJ tosian. It's
IS,4k, teW Seen el Uw hast
vacant tote eaMsia street. Ooaae
Xext to Ansorteati Motel. Phone (Ml
A Fine Photo
From a dear frland'or relative
Is a precious keepsake. Why
not send one this year as u
t'oiiiit now for sitting. A
inilcly of' late Mounts
have just arrived
An experienced photograph
er and competent assistant have
becu employed to help do this
work for you at the
me Oregon Hlate Association Op
posed to the Extension of the Huf
jfrage to Women asks that you giro
this amendment your earnest consid
eration, and that you defeat It this
time by so great a plurality that tha
suffragists, local and Imported, must
(bow before the will .of the people of
uiegon, and acknowledge that the
majority rules In America.
THK OREOON STATE ASSOCIATION
p OPPOSED TO THE EXTENSION
OK THE SUFFRAGE TO WOMEN
MRS. FRANCIS . IIAILEY,
,. win I CVIUO jiue.
Vote 325 X Yes
VTbii lAf !.. n.u
The Mafyrfty Rule Bill Adv.
If It's worth havlaf, It's worth
--,,aa, tjniicote at SB. I
street, or nhoae Ml.
1 4s UPM 111 hssa.-- .
.. Jm" i:f . " tsi
have awafilng lh ,i .2
,ilve.. And uodsra san.
flumblng baa DtaV5 gfj
the disposal of rich ui
like, for few pur. ,o;j
are so Ilm,,d B,0"
o afford what was. w
ao an almost p,ic,uHl;
If you deal,. tu kuuw , ;"'
what a moderate sun tk J
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A Clean Scalp And Healthy Hair
Many ot our friends have lound that s luxuriant itustl
hair soft and glossy and a aralp tree from dsudruff. win , V
from tha use of ,",l,
I'hls Is the procedure
Wash the hair with warm atr and a pore sM.-,fBM ikrf
oughly rub Iba scalp with a atlft brush- ahply lllrsulone rab li
In well and dry tbe hair before combing,
I'lesse understand thai lllrsulotie tnot msr.ly a balr Mb
M Is flair a food.
While II thimmghll tlens, II slao prrtrsU Uc
lerlal arlkw sHtMltehea aiiil silmulatts tlm roots of Uw
iialr rrmovea all daiMtrN prevrau lu ' n- sad
lirewrveatlie aaiural besml and color of the hslr,
Nyal'a lllrasitnne should hi -;n your dressing table,
li sens at ev wuim ine uuitie
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W O O J H
WESTERN TRANSFER CO.
OHIie llMiisr IflNI. HrsMeme Pti.me u.i,
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rtANO MOVING A SPKCTALTT
naked Vp nasi Uvllvernt say I'lsie la Teas
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Klaniath County Abstract Co
SarveftMrs and lrrf(ation Kngliiccm
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MAI'S). PLANS, Ml.ltlPHI.STM, Kit'. KlfllllHttl V'ullS, OrtJJN
We Welcome Small Deposits
Did you over stop to thin tbal, a hundnd small account! ut
a bank strongor than a dole,' lrgeolirsl That M one oleurr'
for urging the man of limited incttis to transact his business
jit ircuunli ara watrume. loo. for It Is our purpose lo KTH
ALL the people. ,; , Af f 'ftf l.tLf
It matters not what amouii of mvfley ou hate lo dpsu-
will accept II at Ihls bsnk. We welsome the smsll dsposllor,
lend lo him the same conatderatloB'and rourteslss sccord4 is ill
Our customers all know this
THE HRST NATIONAL BANl
"J1U1 f 100,000
Cut flows at it MtB ,trt,
GRATER ' LAKE NEIW
Crater Lake company aatomoblles
aro meeting all 8. P. trains at Cbllc
quln. Round trip fartT Cblloouln to
Crater Lake, 111.10.
When advtMd by keaa. autoais
klleawlll meat lAuashea at Agency
Landlag. Reuad tria rate . ..
Automobiles, from Crater iw.
Medford, Mondag aad Thuradav.fr.r.
115, IS round trip.
Cheap Excursion Rates
Via TUg Southern jpoolflo
The DomMc Track, Sifely Block lt of the W
Coo4 for retiini Trip until October 31
CHICAGO . . ,. $80.50
DENVEIl ,.'..,. ... .J $63.00
NEW YOIIK ....."yy. 'nft
OMAHA 7,. .... 'icn
HT. PAUL ... . tU
KANHAfl CITY i, r(
noaroN . . .. ''nA
8T. LOUI8 $
NEW OIILBANH ., $78'W
CoriiMMwlBi Kttct toolBirrolnti
vi in a uinaevr sauuvsi "- -
Tha only emalalaf Ml dates are October , ."
Vut InferasaUew a Reeervatton Call on or Write.
S. J, 1AILEY, ;
Agciu, Klamath FU ,..
f JAMES O'GARA, ,
D. F. and P. A 801 K St., Sacrainenlo:wj