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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View This Issue
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Abetrecta ot UUe to eouaty
aat eHy proaerty. II per traae
fir. Ha eierge for plataor Ux
AKTHTK B. WIIAOX
tt ye?VMt yoar tint moves!
at moved qekk, get Raauby'a
kNH tO 9 It'Owitf Seveatk
Ml Malm etreeta ,
m courroraviM. M
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iltki 4R3MSTOCK U
rem ut MiBitrMt
. MABAM AND PROF. ItMMS
MtMIMl 4 Ctrirssao Jit a
Car com, buntei and In
frawlag toeaail. 4HB. Ttmma
Uaa hair from falling out la
tra treataaeau. and a perma
aaaeat car for dandruff. Olra
No. SIT Klaasath Aw.
Boo Block Wood IfcM
.. DellereJ . .
Uata OaeVsw at CHj Baker
Wa have evsryOilng you
aao4 for that BUilas trip:
Hook, llae, jrods, reel,
aeaketa. etc. We rent
teat, gun 'and camping
J. B. BJJAMBKB8
Conor Sixth f
aad Hlh Sta.
UilATI BUIIAL CO.
Robert Hayner, Funeral Dlrect
ortai marly of Lo Angel.
Moat n illlnai Cssaael
Lady Attaadaat. Pkona X191
BCT Don't think It isytteeea
aary to buy those ol4T undsr
am Eastern Jobbing hoase trade
mark Have a guarantee from
aearer -home, We" sell ibe
S. and W.
and guarantee, them absolute
lyShould taay fall abort of
what wa clalm(tbem to be, Ibe
Tear Beat, wat will gladly re
fuaa yaur moaV y.
.The I. W. traad oa every
klslsof groceMe that are
Afeate far Chase A
lteea aasl Cedfeee,
Oar Bnalaeee l Good I
Oar CaatMnetw ara Ooo4!
are Good '
A complimentary order
Your antlous to please.
Try a cm of oajr
Why, tt layabout aa durable aa
anything on thli earth. Quoting
from bulletin 100. Issuod by the
Iowa State College In 198 we
find "a white pine homemade
illo erected In 1894 Was visited
and found to be giving good
service. It was apparently good
for a number ot years yet."
Think of It, IS year old and
used In a illo. In another In
stance we wera shown a recent
photo of an old English block
house on Saa Juan Islands In
Puget Sound, built In 18(0, on
which the red cedar shingles
ara apparently as good aa when
laid. But If you ara hesitating
about us lag wood for your
borne thera ara plenty of Illus
trations aa to Ita durability
right here at home. Houses
built before you were born are
still good. Don't be fooled
about first costs coma la and
see our lumber and talk It over.
Xo Place Like Hoase'
Sivilge Brtsviiafer ft
6th St. at S. PAtrack
- FOR -'
- ONLY -
In basement of I. O. O. F. Tem.
pie. Bowling, Billiards, Peel,
Card Room. Reading Rooms.
Prlrate Bitting Room for Re
Visiting Brothers and Sisters
Everything in, Music t
Kliuth fills lisle Hi ise
Bole ReereerBtatlve of
CLAY CO.'B PIANOS,
, aad other Leadta
Also ibe Famoaa BALD-
Other make at mod.
Taaiag aad ReaaJr.
WH1TB BKWIXG MACHINBB,
OLIVER TYPBWaVTKR AND
VICTOR TALK1K.O MACIIINU
Books, Stationery ana), Plctarea
Two Poor Raat of the Poatosacf
THE EVENING HERALD
W. O. SMITH, Bdttor a4 Proprietor
Paklmkad dally atcept dnalay at 111
Batored at tka aaatoMca at Klamath
Falle, Oratoa. for traaamlsaloa
through tka mall aa aaeoad-alata
Bubacrlptloa terma by mall to aay ad-
dres la Ua Ualted BUtaa:
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KLAMATH FALLS. ORBOON
THURHIMY, MAY , 1918
RBAL BSTATB TRANSFKRS
The followlna realty transfer.
contract, deeds, mortgages, etc, re
cently filed with the county clerk,
aro furnished by the City and County
Wm. S. Worden et ux to Henry Ii
Velt. warranty deed. 110. lot 10.
block 44: lot 7, block 38, Worden.
United States to Peter Paulus, pat
ent, NWU sec. J1-S4-9.
Ella A. Annleaate et tlr to I.ydla
T McCall, warranty deed, 1400, lot
695, block 104, Mills addition.
S. II. Krans et us to Emma Felt,
warranty deed, 110, lots 3 and 4,
block 46, Nichols addition.
Klamath Water Users' Association
to E. L. llonklnn. release of contract
on 8WH 8WU. Sec. 36: SH 8K4.
Sec. 37: lot 1, Sec. 34; loU 1 and 3.
WH NVV. Sec. 35-40-9: and lots 1,
3. 3 and 4. KKU NKVi. Sec. 3; lots
1 and 2, Sec. 1; lots 1 and 3, Sec. 13-
Henry Ilolvln to Mrs. Nelllo Ilolrln.
Erans, warranty deed, 110, lot 3,
block SOS, Mills Second addition.
John S. Horn to Wm. P. Dalton,
warranty deed, f 10, W NWVi. Sec.
34: Wi SWU.Sec. 37-37-13.
United States to Ada E. Parsons,
patent, lots 1, 3, 3 and 4, Sec. 1-
Estate of Andrew J. Fugelburg to
W. 11. Sellers, administrator deed,
14,675. 8WU XEU. N 8EV. Sec.
9-34-8; lots 13 and 14, Sec. 18: lots
3 and 6, Sec. 19-33-11.
State of Oregon to Wm. I.aahua,
deed. 1200. 8EU NEU. NE U8EVi.
Henry Bolvln to Mrs. Nellie olvBln.
warranty deed, 1300, lot 11, block 40,
Big Basin Lumber company to II.
S. Woods, quit claim deed, lot 9,
block 26. Hot Springs addition.
Ktamath County Bank to II. M. A
J. 8. Ackley. warranty deed, 110,
lots E and 6, bock 72, Klamath addl
Jas. W. Jory to D. E. Rlsedorf, war
ranty deed. $10, NWU NWK. Sec.
Oregon Valley Land company to II.
I. Johnson, warranty deed, 1200, 8 Si
8 SEU NWVi, Sec. 29-36-14.
I. N. Flelsbner et al to Flelshner
Real Estate company, deed, f 10, un
divided half Interest In NH NWU.
V4 NEH. 8ec.9-39-H.
Minnie Nicholas to Thos. F. Nicho
las, warranty deed, 110, part NEK
NEU (100x52 feet). Bee. 32-38-9, in
block 79, Klamath addition.
Perl E. Carroll to Martin Brothers,
warranty deed, 1750, lota 13 and 14,
block 11, Henley.
J. D. Carroll et ux to Martin Broth
ers, warranty deed, 110, 8WU SEW,
Sec. 5; WH NEU. NWU 8EU. Sec.
Klamath Development and The Klam
ath Development company to Klam
ath county, deed, 110, block 10, Hot
H. W. Baldwin to C. C. lieckwltb,
quit claim deed, 110, lot 3, Sec. 18-
Cbas. Krivanec to Klamath Water
Users' Association, application for wa
ter right on NWU BWU. See. 8
L. Hosslg et ux to Edwin W. Brow
er, warranty deed, 1137.50, lot 3,
block 12, Hesslg addition to Fort
Columbia Hotel company to Myrle
J. Miller, warranty deed, 110, lot
1 and 2, block 6, Opportunity addi
tion. ynlted States to John J. Otey, pat
ent, NWU EEU, NEU NWU. lots
1,2 and 3. Sec. 13-41-7.
W. B. Sellers to Fremont Land
company, quit claim deed, 11, 8WU
NEU. NU 8EU. 8WU BEU. Bee.
Chas. E. Worden to John B. Ma
son, deed, 810, lot 5 and 6, block 35,
Klamath Development company to
J. J. Barrett, warranty deed, $10, lot
6, block 6, William addition.
Wm. 8. Worden et ux to Mary
Hnlsda, warranty deed, 310, lot 14,
block 39, Worden.
Ruby Palmer to F. D. Wagner et
ux, warranty deed, 110, EU SWU
EH NWU. Sec. 9-39-10.
F, D. Wagner et ux to Ruby Pal
mer, warranty deed, 110, EU BWU.
Ett NWU. Bee. 9-39-10.
United State to John H. Garrett,
HOW TO BUILD UP
Sanitation and Public Health
"Sanitary Instruction Is even more
Important than sanitary lealslatloti,"
said an eminent KiiseIUIi sanitary In
structor and legislator some years
ago, and ho spoke the truth. The
statement Is equally trim today, for
tho people everywhere need to bo In
structed In matters pertaining to san
itation nnd health how to make
their community clean and healthy,
and how to keep It free from Infcctu
otis diseases. The fact that we And
so many towns with filthy streets, va
cant lots littered with weeds, tin cans
and trash, with alios that are hide
ous with tumble-down fence and
foul-amelllng heaps of garbage and
refuse. Is mainly due to the lanoranro
ot the masses In regard to sanitary
laws, tho lethargy of health officers,
and the Indifference ot many people
as to the general appearance of their
Whenever the people In general
have been fully Instructed In matters
of sanitation and health, they wilt be
gin to realise that cleanliness Is much
less expensive than sickness, and then
wo shall find more healthy, as welt as
cleaner towns and cities throughout
the country. They will then demon
strate the truth of the old saying that
"cleanliness Is next to godliness." for
they will have learned that good
health means good morals. Klllh and
crime have always been close com
panions. The officials of every progressive
town should bo awake to the fact that
the ultimate end ot all municipal ac
tivities is the health and comfort ot
Its cltltens; they should place the
health department In a proper rela
tion to other municipal departments,
and the health officers should be In
touch with the progress of sanltarv
science But many tonns are too
prone to leavo the work of keeping
the community clean nnd healthy en
tirely to public officials, and the con-
equenre Is that back yards and va
cant lots become eyesores nnd breed
ing places ot disease. The responsi
bility of having a clean and healthy
town must rest largely on the shoul
der ot tho public, and a realisation of
this responsibility must bo aroused
before the people ran bo Induced to
net and chango conditions.
The disposal of the town's waste
and garbage and overcoming nuis
ances which menare the health of the
community Is Sometimes a difficult
rrobtem, but It can be solved If the
cltliens are awake to Its Importance.
patent. EU NWU. 8WU NWU.
NEU SWU.Sec. 17-38-11 H.
B. F. Shepherd et ux to J, W l-eslle,
warranty deed, 3135, lot 9, block 38,
Ml CHILDREN MAY
6ET SEPARATE SCHOOLS
8AI.KM, May 2 In an opinion ren
dered by Attorney (leneral Crawford
he has advised J. O Swan, school
superintendent of Klamath county,
that by a vote of the people white
children In tho public schools may bo
segregated from Indian children nnd
other races. Complaint Is being made
against the half breed and Indian
children attending schools In n cer
tain district because tho children aro
afflicted with tuberculosis and other
disease; also because of their color.
The attorney general says tho chil
dren afflicted with such discuses may
be excluded from the schools, and,
discussing the question of segrega
tion, ho says the board of school di
rector must provldo equal facilities
for the race segregated a the Indians
to -whom allotment are made, aro
cltlsens, and entitled to all the priv
ileges of cltltens.
HOWINO AND RKAPI.VO TONNHIT
The storm ot the past week have
Interfered homowhat with the attend
ance at the Christian revival, but the
houso was well filled again last night.
hlrton was at his best on "Popular
Amusements." At the beginning tho
evangelist said that he was not fanat
ical on tho subject, that ho would glvo
facta and figure, and tho teaching of
tho New Testament, and have each
one draw hi own conclusions. Borne
of hi figures wore startling concern
ing tho dance and the card tablo as
Institutions, and If the evangellsf'H
statement are true, then thoso
amusement are a menace to a com
munity. He discussed tho relation of
the Prodigal Bon parable to tho twen
tieth century, and used the following
eutline: The departuro and degrada
tion of the prodigal, hi recollection
and repentance, and hi return and
Tonight the evangelist will speak
on "Sowing and Reaping." He an
nounced this a one of the strongest
sermon he ha preached, tho kind to
make one think, The special cboru
YOUR HOME TOWN
Sometimes It requires n ilvlo associa
tion or "clean town" club to get
things started tor a cleaner and n
Tho lulluonce of the water supply
upon the death rate, of cities Is proved
by farts nnd figures, and It Is gener
ally conceded that every town In or
der to grow and prosper must provldo
Itself lth the best posllil supply of
water for domestic use. The matter
of the milk supply Is something llmt
should bo carefully and constantly
watrhed In every town.
I'iui proper ventilation of nil puhli-'
buildings schools, churches halls,
and theaters Is a mntter that should
receive more general attention. The
public drinking cup should t abol
ished. Investigations and experi
ments concluslely show Its dangers
Sanitarians generally are agreed that
disease Is spread among school chil
dren by tho use of the common tup.
Disease producing bacteria are fre
quently found In the mouths of well
persons, and when this dangerous
agency of communicable disease (the
public drinking cup) has been abol
ished everywhere epidemics of con
tagious disease will be greatly re
There Is no belter or surer way to
lay the foundation for tho upbuild
Ing of your homo town than to make
It clean nnd healthy. Hut, especially
In the smaller cities and towns, such
conditions cannot Ik reached or en
Joyed should be Imbued with the Idea
that the best place to make a showing
of his civic prldn Is In his own hsrk
lot. He wilt then make his neighbor's
front yard Jealous of his back yard
Where such a civic spirit obtains, It
Is safe to predlrt that home owners
will lo with etch other In iiMklng
the town not only cleaner and health
ler, but more beautiful
When the people have fully learned
the sclent n of right living, right con
duct and right environment, sickness
and dlaense will l almost unknown.
crime less prevalent and death less
Then life In tho country and small
er cities and towns may lie enjoyed to
Ills fullest extent, and Ihousnds will
lejvo the "lilac city" for the country
and help to build up the "home
town." The solution of some of our
political, social and economic prob
lems of today will then appear less
difficult, and not only tho people of
your home town, but those of the
whole country wilt he more contented.
prosperous and happy.
stunts last lllcht were Kreatlv en
Joyed. As n chorus leader Whlston
Is nbote par. Tonight he will slug
by request, "Christ and Ills Life
At 7 15 sharp. Corner I 'I lie ana
Regulates the bowels, promotes
easy, natural inurements, cures'ron-
stlpallon Doan's llegutct' Ask
ycur druggist for them. 31c n hoi.
Cut flowers. i Main lit. Phone 2I
uaaiaiiiiiiii i afi isiiiasiui
NOTICE OF NIIKIIIVKH HALE OF
In the Circuit Court of the Htsto of
Orogon, for tho County of Klam
Tho Han Francisco Drew tries, Limit
Paul Mugler and Helen Mugler, Do
Under and by virtue ot an order of
kiiIo and decree, of foreclosure Issued
out of the circuit court of tho county
ut Ktamath, state of Oregon, on tin
J 3th day of April, 1913, In the nhtn
entitled action wherein thu Han Fran
rlico llrawerlos, Limited, tho above
mimed plaintiff, obtained a Judgment
and decree nialnst Paul Muster nnd
Helen Mugler, defendants, on the
25th day of April, 1913, which said
derroo wai on the 35th day of Anrll.
11)12, recorded In tho Judgment Lion
Hook or tho laid court at page 83,
Vol. 2: I am commanded to sell all
that certain niece, lot and narrel of
land situate In th county of Klam
nth, stuto ot Oregon, to-wlt:
Lota twelvo A. (12 n.) and twelvo
n. (12 b.), block seven (7), In Rail
road Addition to tho city of Klamath
Falls, according to tho duly recorded
plat thereof, on file In tho offlco of
the county clerk In Klamath county.
Unto of Oregon.
Notlco I hereby alvon that on tho
24 th day of May, 1012, at 2 o'clock
p, m. of said day. at the front door of
tho county court houso In tho city of
Klamath Falls, county of Klamnth,
Mute of Oregon, I will, In obdolence
to said ordor of salo und execution In
fcreclosure, sell the above described
property or so much thereof a may
bo necessary to satisfy plaintiff'
Judgment with Interest thereon and
cost, to the highest and best bidder
W. B. BARNES.
Sheriff of Klamath County, Oregon.
NOLAND A CRANE, Attornoy for
I O 'JL lSvT,
V. L. Turpla A. W. TarpS
IT POWELL HTIUIKTvAT
IttMinis Willi private bath, SS4M
ii. j. wiNri5i
Just received. A fresh factory shipment
of robber and cotton hose. Two selected
grades of rubber-4 ply and 7 ply, both
fully guaranteed. Also an excellent qua!
Ity of cotton hoK. No year old stock, all
this year'a outputXrrlces fltfht.no high
er than that of Inferlar goods.
WM. G. pRN
ST AbVvIis? aT-
A Clean Scalp
Many ot your frlsnds have found that a luturlant itosla ef
hair soft and glossy and a srilp free from dandruff, will rssull
from tho use ut
This Is the procedure-
Wash the hair with warm water and a pure sosp rinse thor
oughlyrub the scalp with a stiff brush apply lllrsutone rub It
In well and dry tho hair before combing.
Please understand that lilrsiitone Is not merely a hair "Sib
il Is a tonic a food.
Willie It thoroughly tleonsre, It also present, bac
terial art lest nourUiica ami stimulates the roots of the
hair rrniorea all ilamlrut presents its return d
proem- the natural beauty anil rotor of the hair.
Nyal's lllrsutone should be on your dressing table,
It sells at 50 cents aadjl.fi' the bottle.
u r 15 i w o o r v
Fint clasi work
t low pricei
(lUlnforred ConrreU llulldla.)
MAttKNT, SAN FlUNrmro
pe day upt without bath, ai,aa,
(I , Hrtli phone In each room'
lit Interest to all musio lot,
ur plentiful here, Not a0,
do wo show" splendid array
of PIuor Violins, Mandolin
Clarlmielie and Corn.ts, but
wmi aro also prepared to Wf.
lilsh ytrti Htrlugs, llrldxes, llo,
llarpg and oilier parts. '
Two Clorlonetles, sllihlly
UseJ, less than wholesale. Ons
Comet, 113.60, :iKlt MUr
nt n bargain.
AND after IMaaer'a Over,
With Uughtor, fun and Jois,
ljt's drink a cup of ruff,
And blow a cloud of smoke."
You can do this with Imps.
ity when you din at th I'sUea.
After serving you a ll cooks!
dinner with tho choicest msata
to treat your friends alia, wa
all! serve you delicious cofse
and a cigar, whose trsgraat
will linger In your mssiory
"tike the vase In which
have once been distilled,"
tiii: rAi.tei: tmu.1.
And Healthy Haif
PLAYIMJ A NTAR PART
In all home Is our siptrt
plumbing work and high ttx&t
fMitures. They are scoring -icssos
'everywhere, and no wot
iter. Wsf eierclse the grealrrt
care anil skill with ery Jot
undertake, using the very M
materials aud dueling prop'
tlmo' to It. All our future
come from the leading uisk-
K. . Oreeley
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