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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON ..
WCDNKoDAY, JANUARY 10, 1 D 1 3T
TheEvening Herald A aM,1M Anf An A Jom An
rtl guuicui uu riuaiiiouii
Law To Be Made Today
W. O. SMITH, Editor
'' rafcUehed dally except Sunday by
'fin Herald Publlshlig Company cf
KlMMtk Fall, at 115 Fourtn sireei.
Kntered at the postofflec at Klamath!
Kntered at the postofflec at Kiamatn
g. Another National Crsisis Must
Be raced by People Llepends on
Supreme Court's Decision. (
flvkscrlptlon terms by matt to any
Ureas In the united ataies
CLUB WILL ELECT
ANNUAL MEETING OF KLAMATH
COMMERCIAL CLUB IS SCHED
ULED IN MOOSE HALL ("OH JAN.
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1917
Herald's Classified Advs.
Advertisement! In the Classified I
Mlumni are nrlnttd at the rate of I
Five CenU a line, Invariably In ad
vwice. Hereafter no advertisement
will be accepted unless accompanied
by the cash.
Tin annu.il meeting mitl cleition nl
uilU't'i of lli Klanmth t'ommeivlu'
, (Muti will t held this je.ir In tin form
nIOUUlTnV I,.. 1.1 H-I,.,,),.,r nn.l I'l.lf rnllnv.,1 .1l,.ln- C.Mi.-t-ll (if i b.ltlllllct Oil Kl Ull OM'llllU Jll
II JtOllliIVIlUl ! .' tl 111 IIIVI HtH . .-. . I t)wa.x,i
the people of the unit il SUte again' l.l acted for Hip goernment. Iiui) 19th. :U tin Moose lull To tlilj
Mill face a national rnllroa.1 strike' Argument of the Adamson cno .. ,mlor. ,, ,,, lwkl. .,,,,. , T;
. becun after tho court handed down It- ... ,.. ,. , ,,,, . , ,.,. ,, , j
crisis depend on tin Supreme Court'- ... ..... ........ , o clock, tin public N Invited
(I'iUIUU UU (111 !. .MUUtlill Ht'tlll
decision as to tho law's constitutional ,00Won day In the tourt. Then win
ily, argument of which is being made little room for spectators in tho tin)
before that tribunal here today. 'Supreme Court chamber. Attorneys
The government and industrial criids were anxious for lepl reasons as well
of which this law is the outgrowth I? n. out of curiosity to hear pleas of the
looked upon by leaders as .1 concrete array of lawjcrs appearing in the oo
;hiuwuumu uriwrvu iur ivei i lor rniirwius anil me fcuwrium'uw
labor and those of capital. j In the first fight before the court
The measure was rushed throuch railroad executives had the advantage
last summer by President of a favorable decision In the court
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y.iNi' . wi '
MWMWli IMMWWWW, M nJ WWHWnn,.
., ncU o..... ..,. nim ,.in congress
.- ....I- M.trt,., nhnne iasj. 2tf Wn ar olT tr"e of tOC below, when Judge Hook, at Kansas
wv iniiiv.iu uiivi-i? luk nuuiu naif Viii. ueiirtrtii tuv inn, aiier a uuri
tied up transportation in this country hearing, unconstitutional. That, how
and gave promise of leading to con.,eer, was only preliminary. In today V
dltions erging on ctxil war. This battle the Supreme Court will decide
sti ike menace has not jet been ob- for all whether congress had the power
i iated. to legislate wages, pro, idlng that eight
At the top of the calendar of the 'hours shall constitute a day's work
f'nitOil SfAt ltnrffniA Pmirt tklfiv.fni nllm.l nun an.l ha Ia. m-L
" - I "' . u " -".
Mr Strahorn mnl other- wilt bo 1 1
askisl to m.ike .iddres-es. and ii vrr
Interesting gathenng Is assured ''I'',
annual repott of tho secretnri will be.!
rend, so that llio-e who h.ne made tho
club possible by tlielr support ma)
le.irn In what directum the funds
haw been expended. Ladles are ex I
peeled .it this meeting. j
FOR RENT One two room newly fur
nished apartment, including wood,
lights and water. Hill Apartments, cor.
3d and Main. -lt
jvriAfirin.ririnrir. ' '
WAVTEn Poland China boar. Noti
fy Matt's Second Hand store. Sixth
alreet J. W. Burke. St
HIGHEST cash paid for furs, hides
and pelt. B. P. Lewis. Sixth street,
near Klamatb. 19-tf
M'C'AUHTS EXPRESS Call Mecca
billiard parlor, phone 153. 15-lmo'
was the case No. 797: Francis M., after that they shall be paid mertime
Wilson, United States Attorney for. premiums.
the western district of Missouri versus! What time will be taken by the
Alexander New and Henry C. Ferris. court after today to decide the case
receivers of the Missouri. Oklahoma no one knows.
Submarine Not Floated !
r.ritKKA. Calif. Jan 10 Steel c.i j
bles were hitched to the f S subina
rine It5 todii) proparsitor) to another'
attempt to pull her otT the beach Thoi
submarine ran aground in a fog uearj
here three weeks ago Huh tides jes.j
tenia) shoietl lier further upon thej
beach A tlnal effort In float her will
be made Thursilaj '
new in life
""LOST AND "FOUND
uuumrj ruini'ii n-.r,-.r ' "
LOST Six weeks old collie spitz pup.
Finder notify Albert wnite, rine
Gertrude & Co.
Only a few days left for you to take
advantage of the exceptional bargains
In nne trimmed hats. 9-2t
DR J. H. CARTER
OFFICE, ROOMS 7 and
DR F. M. WHITE
Eye), Ear, Nose and Throat
Eyee Tested GUasee Fitted
tW7 Odd Fellows Building
DR F. R GODDARD
Bmtf 319, L O. O. F. Temple
REMEMBER I never charee for
examination and consultation.
FURTHER This places yon un
der no obligation, and you will not
Be asked to take treatment
Heurs: 9 to 11:30 a. m.; 2 to 5;
7 to 8 p. m. Phone 821
Residence Phone 258R
The upper berth is not. primarily, a
place of rest. It's a gamble. Like
poker, and marriage, and storage eggs.
The main idea of the UDner is first.
to see if you can get in it and second.
to stay there till morning without
breaking your neck.
The chances ire $2 apeice and
100 to 1 that you lose. It you win
you pay the porter a quarter. If you
lose, you pay your own funeral ex
Life in an upper is just as calm as
life in a bathtub on a flagpole in a
If you insist on trying to sleep in
one, put jour clothes to bed and hang
yourself on a hook.
The only right way though Is to
approach it as a purely sporting pro
position. Take a lot of life insurance
and a long breath and make a night of
DRINK HOT WATER
Says you reaHy feel cieanTsweet
and fresh inside, and
are seldom ill.
CITY OF KLAMATH FALLS MUNI.
CIPAL RAILROAD BONOS.
NOTICE OF SALE. I
yeTici: is ni.i.i:iiY givi:n. That j
scaled bids will be receded by the
Police Judge of the City of Klamath
Falls, Klamath County, Oregon, up to
JANUARY 13. 1917.
At tl-e hour of 2 o'clock p in . fur the
sale of 1300.000 City o Klamath Tails
municipal railroad bonds of tho de- i
, and num 'I
bered 1 to 300 inclushe. nil bcarlnc l
date December 1, 191G, payable llfiy
years after date, nml bearing Interest
at the rate of ti-j to 6 per cent. pi).
If you are accustomed to wake up
with a coated tongue,' foul breath or
a dull, dlxzy headache; or. If your! nomination of 11,000 each
meals sour and turn into gaa and'
acids, you have a real surprise await
TnmtrrAW mm..!... Ih.h.a.,1.,1..
upon arising, drink a glass of hot'ablo semiannually, on June 1st and
"f hi a leaspoomui 01 limestone uecemoer jsi ot eacti year, with op
phosphate in It. This is intended to ! tion of payment, on and after De.
first neutralize and then wash out of comber 1. 192ft. fur tin. rnnufnmc.n
your stomach, liver, kidneys and thlr-, of a municipal railroad from a point
iv teet or intestines all the Indigesti
ble waste, poisons, sour bile and tox
ins, thus cleansing, sweetenine and
purifying the entire alimentary canal.
Beginning Monday the 15th the price
Increases in price from $570 F. O. B.
Klamath Falls to $6.30
Any orders placed NOW for lowest
priced electrically equipped car in the
world will be filled at present price
Klamath Falls, Oregon
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Thoee subject to sick headaches.
backache, bilious attacks, constipation
UNTIL 100 YEARS, or any form of stomach trouble, are
urged to get a quarter pound of lime
within said city designated an the In
lersection of First street and KInm-'
ath avenue to a point without oaldt
city designated as tho northerly end
of Dairy station, located on the south-. B I
cast quarter of the northeast nuarter i '
of Section 27, Township 3S. south.
Range ll'i esat. Willamette meridian.
City & County Abstract Co.
Oregon Association Title Men
DR. A. A. SOULE
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Rmi 1 to 9, Emma Blk. Phone 151J
(English pronunciation of Soule is
Soul; French, Su-lay.)
'" i ,.
'RILS AND HEAD J
Flynn, who is S3, said the time is not
far distant when men would not think
of getting married until they were 100
If a man takes care of himself, he
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stone phosphate from the drug store Mamath County, Oregon. amendatory, known ns tho Timi.,.r It -.-i iw. i i. . .. . iT"-
and begin enjoying this mormng in- All e.led bid, or proposal., for the sion. li t "uch nlue as I , g'e ll 0. " u ,, l,mU"'l '" ''" !" ' IVI.ru.ry. 19.7.
sld hn.h li i. ,.M .v., . j. nurchase nf snrl, lnn,i, .m i... .,...".. . ,nlU0 M ,",,,,!,, "1" 0). -nt VIamat( tint being the lost dv of l, il,n ,.,
-women who try thTs became 77' and considered by the common YiWS ,".".? o su'aMS u', ZTt OT ST " " '"" "rt" "' -""- '"
Lille and keep It up dally. It is a CI of the City of Klamath Fall., at 2 ,and and timber thereof 1 a been .", 1 ',' 1 tJH'1 ."" l'' h' ""'""" '"' ,f '" '
Plend d health measure, for it Is more clock p. m. January 15, 1917. appr.Vsed at 1160, tho timber esti-. or under in L ,Z ..;.. . IT"'. '. " ' """"' ' rMMr' r ,,,,"r
J5m uomis are iihtieil in pursuance tr.ated 110000 bonrd feel nt It fin n..r f, .i- i , . . "" ' ",r wnnl '"error plaintiff
'an amendment to Section 87. Article unanTr0WihtZ 77 ' " """," r "" Meh i '" np,1- "' - r"' ' "" rrllrf
;.fthnri,!.,.rf.,,n.l.,i.1.-. Mnu wo land 1.0 00. that said ap., they might or could claim adver.o uraie.l for in ir . i. ...
ties into the blood, causing disease, ath Fal.s. Oregon. ,h.C. n'men, men, h "pp fof "fh 'hpr or . decrr. dl.aoh K lh Inm. U of
while the bowel pore. do. . ment was adopted November 1 1, WIC. I 2 the 2 th Z nf P "h " ,,,," . ' ' "" U '"'" " " ",fl CO,,rt m' MmY now ,, uPtee the
plaintiff nnd ilefendunt, upon the
groundi of willful desttrtlon on the
part of the defendant for more than
KANSAS CITV. Mo.. Jan. 10. De-
cause woman forgets to have birthdays
she is wiser than man, W. Earl Flynn.
health evangelist, told his followers
"Anv man vhn hue a h!,i.t.- nA. ImnnrlAnf In Iroon pImh ma n...A n
.. .. ..u .... H wl, ,uua. a,,r-i , . v ..m. ,wM ,,M l'U,H UU - - . ... ... iiul,-u ii- IT,JII,.fl IIIIIIIII, hn,il Wr
be is to is a fool." Flynn declared, he Inside than on the outside, because' of an amendment to Section 87. Article M, and the. land I"0 00
hte skin pores do not absorb Impurl- " " 'he Charter of the City of Klam- pllcant will offer nroof In sunnon nf
health said . "He'll at that age be old
enough to get married."
The Chilrote Agency is the home of
the tna companies. io
H7f Craw Applied In Nostril.
Ueree Head-Colds at Once.
,. : . -. "
uur uosinis are clogged ana
your head is stuffed and you can't
breathe freely becauso of a cold or
catarrh, Just get a small bottle of
Kly'i Cream Balm at any drug store.
Apply a little of this fragrant anti
septic cream Into your nostrils and
let It penetrate through every air
passage of your head, soothing and
tiaaliflff lh. lnffnm.J ....1l
., . . .M..UUSCU anunoa raucous
",M.jnht.nn .n A.. .a .-... .. .
,.r..,..n uuu juu rci msunt relief.
VAhl how good it feels. Vnn, niu.
I r'v trtla arA Anan ... i,-.j ,
fJtr" -r, ,vm ii u ciear, no
lWtf"1?"'"' nnfflng, Mowing;' no
Headache, dryness or struggllns
fiy vreim uain ta just
; from bead colds and
Wirlt'i a dallsbt Arf.
VAN RIPER BROS.
. . . Grocers to Her Majesty . . .
The Klamath Falls Housewife
MALT O' MEAL The Instant b eakfast food, package 25c
RIPE OLIVES-"Cornlng Brand," per can 25e
LOGANBERRIES"18.Kar.t Brand." No. 10 can, solid pack 0e
Fine for Pies or Preserves.
CHICKEN, A LA KINC-A ro'yal dish, ready to eerve, per can 20e
BORAXAID SOAP POWDER-Segular 10c; special g.
S. A W. SALAD DRESSING-Regular 30ej special 20e
TOMATOES, COSMOS"-No 2ft cans, two for ,5.
Case of two dozen "',
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The principle of bathing Inside is Bach rroI,osa' " purchase said bonds
not new. asmilllonanf nenntn nrnr,iisnall be accompanied by a certified
will still be a boy when he passes tho It. Just as hot water anrt nin ,!. cnPcI ?r 5 Per cent of tho amount of
century mark." the Billy Sunday of.nurlfv and freshen rh skin. n hm' tne u'da or proposal, drawn on some
water and a teaspoonful of limestone re8Pnlble bank, payable ttnrondl
phosphate act on the stomach, liver, tlonaHy to the Treasurer of the City
kidneys and bowels. Llmestono nhoa- ,of KIamath Falls.
phate Is an Inexpensive white powder. EIJ" or Proposal" for said bonds
land almost tasteless. Adv. .must bo unconditional, and the. suc
cessful uiuder or bidders will he re
quired to complete payment for said
bonds within 20 days from tho time
notified by the Common Council that
(the bonds are ready for delivery, nr
forfeit the deposit to tho city.
Tho Common Council of the Cltv nf
Klamath Falls hereby reserves to It
self the right to reject any nnd all
bids and proposals for the purchn.se
of said bonds or any part thereof.
Said bonds aro offered for pale in
pursuance of Ordinance No. 4rt2 nf
I said city, adopted hv the rvmimnr,
Council December 11, 191C, and np
proved by tho Mayor on December
A. L. LRAVITT,
Police Judgo of tho City of Klamath
Falls, Klamath County, Oregon.
12-lt to MB.
roro c. 11. DcLnp, Clerk of the County ' .,,,.. lmm ..,,..
Court, at Kiamall, Falls, Oregon. , J, ' V 'T. ' ''. :
- . ",w", hi inn iiiiuurnnm
Any person is nt liberty In nrotet
this purchnso before entry, or initiate
a contest nt any time beforo patent
Issues, by filing a corroborated af
fldavlt In this office, alleging fart
which would defeat the entry.
J AS. P., BURGESS,
12-19 2-20 Register.
GET THE HABIT
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Not Coal Lands
United States Land Offlco at
Lakevlew, Ore., December 16, 1916
Notice Is hereby given that Pm
I. Nell. WhOSO tiORtnfnrn n,l,trui, 1.
Kiamatn Kalis, Oregon, did, on the
2U day of April, 191c. fllo in this nf.
flee eworn statement and application,
No. 09214, to purchase the NK',i SEJi
Section 26, Township 37 south nnn.
1 9 east, Willamette Meridian ami 11..
j timber thereon, under tho provision
o me act or June 3. 1878, and acts
Equity No, 8ti!
In the Circuit Court of tho State of
Oregon, for Klnmath County.
The Stato Land Hoard of the. Stato of
Oregon, vs. II, C. I'cttlt, Defend
ant. To II. C. I'cttlt, the above-named De
fendant: You aro hereby summoned and re
quired to appear and answer the com
plaint filed against you In the above
entitled milt within six (G) weeks
from tho date of tho first publication
of this summons In tho Evening Her
ild, a newspaper, which 3ld date U
tho 29th day of November, A. D,
1&1C, and you will tako notlro that If
you fail to atificnr nnd finnu-o,. nr
otherwlso plead within tho snld tlino,
the plaintiff w apply to tho court
for the relief prayed for in Its com
plaint, to-wit: That tho plaintiff
bo decreed to be tho owner In fco
tlmple of tho following ilnd, to-wit:
tho southeast quarter of tho north-
- wm iiuunor nnu tlio northeast qunr-
. Inn .f ,lw. ..l . . . ...
l"" numiieusi quarter or Her-
tlon twenty-soven (27); tho south
west quartor of tho northwest quar
ter, tho north weBt quarter nf ih,.
southwest quarter, and the north
half of tho southwest quarter of the
southwest quarter of Section twenty-
D. V Kuykendnll. JimIkii of thn nl,,,v
entitled court, dated thn 2Mth day of
November, A. I), 1916,
CHARLES J. FERGUSON,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Nov. 29; Dcr. 6.13-20-27; Jan. 3-10,
(No. 852 Equity)
jln the Circuit Court, In and for Ihe
I County nf Klamath and Stato of
Maud Evans, Plulntlff,
George Evans, Defendant.
To George fivann, Defendant nbovn
In tho name of tho State of Oregon;
You aro hereby required to appear and
answer to thn complaint filed against
you In the nbovo entitled suit on or
one year previous in thn Instituting of
this suit, nnd that the. ilefendunt h.i
been convicted of n felony.
This summons lx served upon you,
tho snld defendant, hy publication
thorrof In the Evening Herald, a pub
lie newspaper of general circulation,
printed and published nt Klnmnlh
Fulls, Klamath county. Oregon, onco 11
wek, for six consecutive weeks (seven
insertions), the first publication being
made December 20, 1910, and the Inst
publication January :il 1017, by or
der of thn Hononibln I), v. Kuykendnll,
jud,;e of the circuit court of Klitm.-ttli
county, Oregon, which said order wim
mnde, entered, dated unit filed In this
suit December 19, 101C.
W. II, A. RENNKIt,
Altorni'i- for I'lnlntlff.
With a'Bank Book for
you need never be lonely either In
youth or old age. Why not start
to own it big ono by opening nn ac
fount with The First Hint,, nnd
Savings Bank. Just a few dolluirt
v.111 Hart one, and onco you ucqulra
the hubll of saving you'll b sur-pil-ed
nt how rapidly your savlnrs
' -i im. "rm. 1 1.1
tfr. 1L JjlXM. t...4lRRRRRRi
f. tit "pn K Trfrr
l .'Wlj'VmW FHirin.
FIRST STATE n 2 SAVINGS BANK
KLAMATH HALLS. OREGON