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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 30, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD,
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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nnil on urc nlu)H nnfe
nnil mire Hint iiulliltiR lint
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Cement Work or ull KlmU
Let Me Make You an
W. D. MILLER
FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
A LARGE VARIETY OF FRESH FISH
v' a $i,o
' t . r-!.o
ALL SMOKED MEATS
f hone 83
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DEALERS MEET i
, SOON AT-SALEM
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i liimU of I'Vm v Mini, front ci y iitrt
of Oh'koii, "III iihhi'IiiIiIi) ut H.ilcin
IVIuiinr) in, ii, unit I 'J rur thu an
mini i iiiiM'iillon of tin' Ori'K'iU Hlnlit
Hi'llilli'ln Amkih hilloll
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thu diiivi'iiilon, ili'iluifH IMwnrd A
Mm l.i mi, iiminiKiir of tin imnocliitl'iii
A ui'lionit' In I'XliMiilcil to all (hit
I'li.intH to iiiirtli'limii' In tint riinvi'ii
ttoti. liji'Mpi'i 1 1 ill nii'tiiliKritlilp In
1'iiltliiinl loi mill Invitations to Hi"
i otiM'iiiiou Iium' I n ri'cHvi'il liy tin
CiKiitiT I'ortliitnl Ankih'IiiIIiiii mill tliu
I'oitlmiil lli'ic'i'tt .mill Mi-rrhaut's
Annul lilt loll
Tin' Hiili'iu IIiihIiimnh Mi'ii'n Club
In uiiiktliK I'lillioiiili' plans for till'
( iMiii'i (iiliiini'iii ft'iiiiiri-n which will
nurioiiliil tin' IiimIih'ih ncnnloiin of
tin' roiifi'iciKi The (onvi'iillon will
llttl'llll IIIH' of till' M'nnloim of till'
Hliitr l.i'Klnliitnii' In :i lioil)' ,
Tim prolili'inn o( Imnlnrnn ri'i'iiii
Mrttillon "III t illnrunni'il by pioml
, nriil npi'iiki'rn. i-npiTlnlly Jhoni prob
li'iim nn tli' itffi'd tin' retailor, an-
1 PH'ftn CrorKi' f'nnllrr, ol Kllvcrloii,
piinil,'iit of th ri'tillcm' iinnoi Intloii
Knmoiuli'H whh h hiivt, brim i-nforr-
'it In t,'iinoii of tli- war hnvr iroi'ii
no iiihiililHKi'Oiin to till- mi'llltii'm of
tli iihmh utlim th.it i lit) will lid urK
oil to miiln' thoin it pari of thtilr husl-
IK'tn life In tl r IlltUli'
lint I to ,-l ,-it unload of I'll'l
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F-RANK T. GUNTHER
I'lnr Willi Ii Itrpulrlng n
(121 ,Mn I ii Street
ir mivcii wirn sn.i'iit'it ir
iiiki:ns m .irit.i.i.Y X(
iioi ( n;i.i,
The old time mixture of Sago Ten
and Sulphur for darkening crny,
ntienheil mid faded hair Is grand
inotherM retlpe, and lolks nru again
using It to keep their hair a good,
euu (olor, which Is iitilto sensible,
as we nru living In an nge when a
vouthfiil appearance Is of the grMt-
, est nth milage.
Nowid!i)H, though, we don't hnvo
' the tioiilttj'Honie task of gathuilng the
sage nnil the miiHny mixing at home.
All drug stores sell the ieady-to-uso
, iirotlurt, luipioveil bv the n.lilltloti of
'other Ingiedlents, lallmi "Wyulh's
Sage and Sulphur Compound" for
! about HO ceutH n bottle It Is very
popular liei'iiiihe nobody uu discover
t has been applied Simply moisten
v our comb or a soft brush with It and
.li-iiw this through your hair, taking
jne small strand ut a time hy morn.
' lug the gtny hnlr disappears, but
j what ilwllghtH the l.ulles with Wyolh's
-tnge mid Sulphur Compound, Is that,
I 'ii'Hlili'H heaiitlfully daikenlng the hair
nfter n few npplloitlons, It also pro
duces that sort lustre and appearance
of aliiindnnco which In so uttractlvc
PRODUCER TO CONSUMER
QUALITY MEATS AT
AT REDUCED PRICES
53Z Main at.
Hnffi'iliiK miiliiri'il liy thi iiloiii'i'i'
of thi' U'i'Mt In t In iI:im whi-n tin- ml
viiiii'ii nimril of rlvlllriitlon truvnlnil
, h miiln ntiil ox-trains in urcnt, wind
; llii; wiir.on Iriilnn. nru Ktiiphliiill) di-
i ili li'il In "Tim Aryiin," tln Trlunpli'
, fi'iitiitK In which Wl 1 1 lit tn K Hint In
ntiirji'd An I'tillri' ioiiiiiiny, linn
poni'il of mori' t tut ii inn pnopli' mill
'iiili ml with tint ioiiiili'ti pntitlilifr
' nulla of llnrlHVlllit'H iIiih of 'Mil" !
I inirlini'iit. loimlntliiK of ox-t'iitiiH.
pinlrli' si'hooni'rii nnil hIiikk coadicH,
Join in) i'il to thi' Mojiivi) ilfHiTl for
(I i' iriiiii ntiiionihi'rit A louitlon
on thi- did Hindi Kc trull uuh fonnil
Nilllnhlr for the pnrponc.
I I'lonei'i towtiH of tliu Wi'Ht an' ulxn
nhowti In tliv production, two of Ilium
'IniNliiR hi'i'n ronntrni toil ut lliirtvllli'
Oin- In nnlil to In- a reproduction of
thi' Khnit city of llotlli', known nn
tliu "hotiii' of "had inuii' " At (In Tern-
l Nut mil TiliiitiilKi,N laliMl Si'Ift
I I'lftiiri' In "liy ItlKht of I'nrchiint',"
dlr,'ctPtl liy Churlcn MIIIit, which will
hi' tho fcntiiri nltrnctlon at llii' Htnr
1'liimtrn tonlKht In thu wordn of it
j tiromlncnt reviewer on "Tin- N'
York Iti'Vli'H" - .MIhh TiittiiuilKi Koi'n
on miner No other picture ntar hun
' muilii niich rapid upward ittldet an
SHOULDER ARMS TO
BE RIOT OF FUN
What In expnitetl to be a riot of
I fun In nrheduli'd for the Star Theatre
Friday evening when the king of fun .
makers, Charlie Cliaplln, will upiiem
In hln relehriiteil play. "Shoulder
I Thin film. Is declared to b the
' funniest of the funii) imiu'n stunts
mid his antics In the biiilentine on
the world war a're convulsing. A
large purl of pictures were tuken In
' the trenches In Frame "It In not un
til thin picture Ik neen that It ran be
reallrei how one man could strike
the foundations of the Herman V.m-
pile mid win the nffertlon of a pretty
, girl at the H'ime time j
Hot Water for
Tall why everyone should drink
hot water with phosphate
In It before breakfast
Headache of any kind Is caused by
uuto-lutoxlcatlon which moans self- (
poisoning. Liver and bowel poisons,
called toxins, sucked Into the blond I
through the lymph ducts, excite the'
heart which pumps the blood so fasti
that It congests In ttie entailer arter
ies and veins of the head, producing
violent, throbbing pain and distress,
called hesdncho, You become nerv
ous, despondent, sick, feverish and
miserable, your menls sour and almost
untiM'ute you. Then you resort to ace
iinlllno, aspirin or the bromides which
temporarily relievo but do not rid
the blood of these Irritating toxins.
A glass of hot water with a tea
sponnfull of limestone phosphate In it.
drank before breakfast for awhile,
will not only wash these poisons from
your aysjetn and euro you of head
ache but will cleanse, purify and
freshen the ontlro alimentary cnnnl.
Ask your pharmacist for n quarter
pound of limestone phosphnte. It Is In
expensive, harmless ns sugar, nnd al
most tnsteless. oxcept for n sourish
twinge which Is not unpleasant.
If you aren't feeling your best, If
tongue Is rooted or you ako up with
bad taste, foul breath or have colds,
Indigestion, biliousness, coustipntlon
or sour, acid stomach, begin the phos-
phated hot water cure to rid your
system of toxins nnd poisons.
Results are quick nnd It Is claimed
Hint those who continue to flush out
the stomnrh, liver and bowels every
morning, never hnvo any headache or
Vnnw n miserable moment. Adv.
IT'S NOT YOUR HEART;
IT'S YOUR KIDNEYS
Kklnrr dlsai Is no rtmpctcr of ncr
nun. A majority of the Ills afflicting
people today can be traced back to tho
The kidneys are the most important
nrgaus of the body. They are the til
terors of your blood. If the poisons
nliiik are swept irom Hie tissues by the
blond are not elluiluated through the
kiilneyx. disease of one form or another
will t'lulm you as a victim.
Kidney disease, is usually indicated by
wenrlnens, sleeplessness, nervousness,
deaimmleucy, backache, stomach trou
ble, pulu iu loins and lower abdomen,
gall stones, gravel, rueuuiatiim, sciatica
aud lumbago. '
All these derangements are nature's
Mwmuif i .TinrTTi t i
tliln heailliful nnil lill'llt'd Klrl lillH
III the punt ihiKc inonthn And nhc
In pioKrenHliiK all Hie tlim e,u h pit
line nut piin.-'i'H lln pietlei eniom
III the open H"lel of tint treinendoils
'iiiul.ult of thin Sel-'t Slat
' ' Uy Kliiht or I'nri hiinv" In a IiIkIi
l iliainilie pholoplii oT int'tropoll
tun HOilet) life In uhli h the lieioiiie.
Marcot MiikIh'H, nuirrlen Chad w Ids
j Minion .solid) fin lil,t money, demilln
hei liifiitiiatliin with Dick Dorwen, a
J hand'ome piofllKnte lllnics lines
hut pnnnloiritel), hut It taken m.inv
i moiitliH ami uiiich nufferluK her ire
.Marr.ot uoikn out her nalvatlou. and
fiuiU that nlie truly Iom'h the man to
whom "lie thought nhe helouKed Olllv
hy rlitht or iiiuil'.ane A ntlnlim
phototlraui'i with a puni h, Unit re
plete with heart Inlerent
I'li'tiliai Inlered attaches to "Do
i Iiik Their lilt," the new photoplay to
, In neen at flic l.llierty Theatre to
nlnlit In that It h (ant contaliin three
youiiK patrlotn who annwereil the cull
or (hull couutr) dlteitly on comple
tion of Hie ilctiire They are Allien
Hall, the haudnome Juvenile of the
Ida). Ja) HtronK. who pljs an ath
letlc pint and lookn It, and William
I'ollard, who -lonniilrr the (ontrant
- In forced li the dramatic oxlKen
tles of the plot Into tie role of a
In "IJoIiik Theli lilt", which, in
thin t tinnet tltm. In unite nlKnlfl(antl)
tltled Ihene three will he Hon for the
hint tlim until I ncle Sam releases
them f i on i mTVlif In the tjical Cauao
CREAM FOR CATARRH
OPENS UP NOSTRILS
Tells How To fict Quick Relief
from Head-Colds. It's Splendid!-
in one minute )our clogged nostrils
will open, the air passages of your
head will clear and you can breathe
frei-ly No more hawking, snuffling,
blowing, hujdnchr, drvness. No
snuggling for breath at night; your
cold or catarrh will he gone.
(let a small bottle of Ely's Cream
ll.ilni f.'tjm jour drugglbt now. Ap
pl) a little of this fragrant, antisep
tic, healing cream In )our nostrils.
It penetrates through every air pas
sage of tl e Lead, soothes tho inflam
ed or swollen mucous membrane and
relief comes Instantly.
Its Just fine Don't stay stuffed
up with a coltl or nasty catarrh Re
lief ionics o quickly.
You can forget that
burglars exist when
you put a Yale
Night-latch on your
Tho Yale Cylinder Night-latch
No. 44 is a combination night-latch
nnd deadlock-, offering nil the con
venience ol the spring leck, together
with the most perfect security
known. Come in and let us show
you how it works.
Wo carry a carefully selected
stock of Yule Locks of ull kinds
and for every purpose.
BALDWIN HARDWARE CO.
"THE IIOl'Si: OF QUALITY"
KLAMATH FALLS, ORE.
signals that tho kidneys need hell..
You should uso HOLD MEDAL Ilaiir
lem Oil Capsules Immediately. The
soothing, healing oil stimulates the
kidneys, relieves Inflammation and de
stroys the germs width huvo caused it.
(lo to your druggist today and get a
box of GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil
Capsules. In twenty-four hours you
should feel health and vigor returning.
After you feel Bomewbut Improved
continue to take one or two capsules
each day, so as to keep the first-class
condition and wurd off the danger of
..A?Kf.or. tuo original Imported GOLD
MEDAL brand. Three sixes. Money re
funded If they do not help you. "
loilMJOS CASCMTV MSI' TODAV.
I'M Kenneth K Ilellemnn Htauffer,
l orp H II flrown. Sllvt rton,
I'M 'JeorKe Sthul;rt, CorvalllH,
lvt Ui-oiK'' A WllhliHon. Hortland,
I mlaliiK In at tlim
SetK J II lllmnuji, Diifur, wounded
I'm I'ranV ll Hamlin l-a (Jlande,
Juiob ( npi-lutfi I'ortlainl woundetl,
ill i-rei iindeti I niii- I
(.'el n xtiimlmil itili) from the
( lillnile ,. S mil 1 1 iiceni) 2 4
Kits I'Aiv. aciii:, soiti:.M:ss and
SWIII.MNO KIGHT OtT tt'l'lli
ST. .i cono i,im.mi:.nt"
Rub It on a sprained ankle, wrist,
nhoulder. back or n Bpraln or stralr
anywhere, that'll when you realize th"
maKic tn old. honent "St Jacobs Lini
ment" because the moment It Is up
piled, out cornea the pain, nche, sorc-l
iif8 and HwelllnK It penetrates rli;ht ,
Into the Injured ntUHcleH, nerves, llga
inentH, ttndonn and bones, and rpllef,
conies liiBtantly It not merely kill
pain, but hoothes and heal the Injury
ho a tuick recQtery Is effected.
(let a small trial bottle of "St t
Jacobs I.lnlment" right now at un)
dru store and atop suffering Noth
Iiik else sets things straight so quick
ly so thoroly It Is the only appli
cation to rub on a had sprain, strain,
bruise or swelling. Adv
111 IIS WANTIU)
i Sealed bids will be received at the
Klamath State Rank b) the under
signed until 3 p in . February 3,
1019. for the purchase of the build-,
ing now on block 100, Mills Addition;
said building to be removed at tho
expense of the purchaser The school i
hoard of District No 1 reserves the
right to reject any and all bids. AU-
dress all bids to I
24-71 IDA II. MO.MYER. Clerk. '
Notice for Hearing IVtltlon ,
In the Circuit Court of the State of
' Oregon, for Klamath County
in the Matter of the Petition of the
Hoard of Directors of the Enter
prise Irrigation District, of Klam
1 .ith County. Oregon, praying that
i all the Proceedings in Connec-1
Hon with the Organization of the
I District, and the Proceedings of
tho Hoard of Directors and of
i Said District. Providing for andf
I Authorizing the Issue and Sale of
Honds ot Said District, may bo,
I Examined, Approved und Con-!
I tinned hy the Court. ,
1 Notice is i hereby given that the
Circuit Court of the State of Oregon,
has tled the hour of 10 o'clock in i
the forenoon of the 24th day of
February, A D 1919, and the court
room of said Court at the place
and time for the hearing of tho petl-1
Hon of the Board of Directors of the I
Enterprise Irrigation District of,
Klamath County, Oregon, which petl-'
tlon bus been tiled with the clerk ofi
tho Circuit Court of the Stato of Ore
gon for Klamath County, and which
s,ald petition pravs that the Circuit
Court of tho Stato of Oregon, for
Klamath Countv will eumine into all ,
tho proceedings in connection with
the organization of the Enterprise Ir
rigation District, and all the proceed-'
ings providing tor and authorizing
the Issuance of the bonds of said ills-,
Any person Interested in the or-
New City Laundry
We Guarantee Our Work.
Shirts and Collars Laundered.
We also wash tllk, wool, and col
ored gods very carefully. Try ut )
once and be convinced. Our prices
are right. Phone 154.
127 Fourth Street
Back of First National Bank
BUD SPINS I
Klamath Packing Co.
THE LAIHJEST DEALERS IN
FRESH AND CURED MEATS
IN SOUTHERN OREGON
OPERATING THE ONLY TOLD STORAGE
PLANT FOR MEATS IX THE CITY
OUR OWN SUGAR CURED HAMS AND BACON
QUALITY AND FLAVOR ARSOl.l'TELV GUARANTEED
Ol'R OWN ITRi: KETTLE RENDERED URD AND COMPOUND
OUR DIAMOND BRAND FOR QUALITY
gnnlzatlon of said Enterprise Irriga
tion District, or In tho proceeding
for the Issue or sale ot said bondi
may. on or before the day fixed for
the hearing of said petition, demur to
or unswer said petition
This notice Is published pursuant
to an order made by the Honorable
D. V Kuykendall, Judge of the Cir
cuit Court of the State of Oregon, tor
Klamath County, made and entered
on the 28th day of January, A D
C It DKLAP.
County dork of Klamath County,
Oregon, and Clerk of tho Circuit
Court of tho State of Oregon, for
liy Chas. F. Del.ap, Deputy Clerk
Resolution to ('limine Street ('nn If
Whereas, tho Common Council
deems it expedient to change the es
tablished grade on Tenth street at
Its Intersection with I'ine street,
He It Resolved, That the grade on
Tenth street at Its intersection with
Pine street be changed from 176.0 as
now established, to 170.0 on the
northerly side of said intersection,
and to 174 5 on the southerly side of
State of Oregon.
County of Klamath, hs-
City of Klamath Falls.
I, A. I, Leavltt, Police Judge of
said city, do hereby certify that the
foregoing is a duly enrolled copy of
the resolution changing grade on
Tenth street at its intersection with
Pine street, as passed by the Com
mon Council of the City of Klamath
Kails, Oregon, on January 27, 1919
(SEAL) A. L LKAVITT,
30-101 Police Judge,
MANY CASES OF
SAYS YK MUST KEEP FEKT DRY,
AVOID EXPOSURE AXD
EAT LESS MEAT
Stay off the damp ground, avoid ex
posure, keep feet dry, eat less meat,
drink lots of water and above a'l
take a spoonful of salts occasionally
to keep down uric acid.
Rheumatism Is caused by poison
ous toxin, called uric acid, which Is
generated In the bowels and absi-rbsd
into the blood. It Is the function of
the kidneys to filter this acid from
the blood and cast It out In the urine.
The pores of the skin are also a
means or freeing tho blood of this
Impurity. In dnmp and chilly, cold
weather the skin pores are closed,
thus forcing the kidneys to do double
work, they become weak and sluggish
and fall to eliminate this uric acid
Which keeps accumulating and cir
culating thru the system, eventualfy
settling in the Joints and muscles
causing stlffne&s soreness and pain
At the first twinge of rheumatism
get from any pharmacy about four
ounces of Jad Salts; put a tablespoon
ful in a glass of water and drink be
fore breakfast each morning for a
week. This Is said to eliminate uric
acid by stimulating the kidneys to
normal action, thus ridding the blood
of these impurities.
Jnd Salts is Inexpensive, harmless
and is made from the acid of grapes
and lemon juice, combined with Hthia
and is used with excellent results
by thousands of folks who are subject
to rheumatism. Here you have a
pleasant, effervescent lithla-water
drink which overcomes uric acid and
Is beneficial to your kidneys as well
ANYWHERE IX THE CITY
524 Main St.
Herald j Classified AdVs.
EXfh.RIt.M.D )oung woman would
i UKt) to do housework Call :ur
Crosby Hot Springs hotel 29-2t
LL'MIH.P (JItDKR shipping clerk,
yartl foreman, open for Job Ad-
i'lr2 '". '"x 122 Klimath Falls.
WANTED- 1u tare for children part
of ut ifi noons or evenings Inquire
Herald i'tfc 30-t
PHONE PISTON for Wood U2R
FOR SALE r, room home on Ninth
streets Sn foot frontage; a real
barge'n, easy terms, $1,500 Chll
cote kc Smith 30-tf
FOR SALE 80 acres good land;
fenced; small building, 60 acres
irrigated. $10 per acre, terms. See
L Jacob" 3Q.tf
FOR SALE 360 acre relinquish
ment near Dorrls, Calif; 22 acres
cultivated; good well, small house,
with camp outfit, stable; 160 acres
fenced All for $300 cash. Have
larger interests here, and cannot
spare time to prove up. R. Sylvester,
107 Richmond ave , Richmond, Calif.
FOR SALE Young Jersey cow,
fresh Inquire Lee Bussey. 1130
High street. 29-6t
POTATOES FOR SALE 150 sacks
white, dry-land potatoes. Enquire
of John R. Hagclsteln. 29-4t
FOR SALE Hoses, Two gooj farms
one Irrigated 1310 Miuanita St.
FOR SALE Dodge car, better than
new; gone only 2.000 miles; a lot
of extras; am leaving city 0. F.
Frizzle, 722 10th st. 27-fit
'OR SALE Stock cattle; SO head,
Durham cows, yearling steers. . a.
t W King, Montague, Calif. 25-tf i
1 FOR SALE One bay mare 7 years
I old. weight about 1,000 pounds;
one set work harness, one set heavy
single harness; 5 pigs, weight abont
40 pounds each; one lumber wagon,
size IVi Inches. Inquire Sam Klnj,
near Chelsea Lumber and Box Co.
WANTED To rent two or three
room apartment or house suitable
for light housekeeping. Address box
WANTED To buy four or five calves
for delivery next Sunday morning.
F J Bowne, Bonanza. 29-2t
WANTED Plain sewing Mrs. Nellie
Wall. 226 Mortimer st., N. Mich
igan avenue. 2,5-5t '
FARM FOR SALE OR RENT Call
on Schubert, next postoffice. 11-tC
iJOR RENT Furnished Apartments,
Corner 3rd & Main Phone 349.
FOR RENT Furnished apartments.
Mrs O Peyton. 620 Market ft:.
Phone 112R . 30-3t
RECKAHD RENT SERVICE
Mgtit Phone 345
DR. G. A. MASSEY
Sticccvor to Dr. Triuu
Suit 200, I. O. O. F. llldg
Olllce phone HOJ
Res Phone 80M
LoomU Illdif., Klamath Falls
Cri-ler a. Stilts bldg, 7th & Main
CITY AND COUNTY ABSTRACT
Meno) to lo.ui un leal entato t
H ICI i out.
DR F R GODDARD
Osteopath!. I'lijklrlao "-goO
Ki.He-.MI, I 0. O. P. Tempi
(over K,K. K. Store
Phone if.'l , .
(The ouly Osteopathic Physi
cian and Surgeon la Klmt