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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 26, 1919)
NATUIUMY, AIMItl. -M, ,n
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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The scientific com
pounding o f prescrip
tions often demands
that weights be true to
l-100th part of a grain.
Skill and accuracy are
Our prescription scales
are the b e s t and are
subjected t o frequent
tests. We cite this fact
because we w i s h to
impress u p o n you the
careful service which is
observed in the filling
of prescriptions at o u r
MONTHLY WAR STAMP QUOTAS
FIXED FOR TWELFTH DISTRICT
The Tronsury Department 1ms nsMKiul to tlu Tuolflh Kodornl
Reserve District "the following monthly quottis to he raised in War
Savings Stamps during 11US):
April C.000,000 '
.luly - 7.800,000
August 1 S.100.000
September ' JJ.fiOO.OOO
October - 10.SOO.000
Total $90,000,000 .
The total to be raised throughout the eouutry is $1,000,000,000.
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New City Laundry
WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK
Shirts and Collars Laundered
We also wash silk, wool and col
red goods very carefully. Try us
ace and be convinced. Our prices 1
are right. Phone 154.
127 Fourth Street
Back of First .National Bank
KRKQUXT RA1XS KKK1 SOIL IN
MAXY SKCTIOXS TOO WET TO
UK WOHKKll GRAIN' O V K R
STATE COMING GOOII.
I Apricot'. iieaclieH, curly elieerfen
mill a few early varieties of applet
uro sot. In tlio milder localities, l'enr
tiloom Is tieKiaalMK to fall. Apples
ar.il prunes are lu Moom in most ot
tlio commercial fruit districts. He
ports concerning frost ilamnK" are
meager but It Is thoiiKlit that no sorl
ouj (lnmago has been done except to
peach, apricot ami early strawberry
bloom In a few localities. Fear Is
expressed that rain may havu Inter
fered with potlenlzatlon of prunes lu
I.I mi count v.
Grass and hay crops made good
growth. Alfalfa is six Inches high
lu Mulheur county. Irrigation of al-
falfa Is In progress in Lake county.
i The lower ranges are furnishing
ample subsistence for stock.
Lambing continues, under favor-
Common garden sngi' brewed Into .
a heavy tea, with sulphur mid alcohol
added, will turn gray, Mrcnknl and '
faded hair beautifully dark .mil lux-,
itrlans. Mixing the Sage Ten nnd Bui-
phdr recipe nt home, though, Is trou.
blesomo. An easier way Is to get the'
ready to use preparation liupioxed b
the addition of other Ingtedleiits
(listing about HO rents a large buttle
nt drug stores, known as "Wjeth'sl
Sage nnd Sulphur Compound." t'"isi
nvoldlng n lot of muss
While gray, faded hair Is nut ln
fill, we all desire to retain our imlli
fill appearance nnd ntirortiteneas Hv
darkening our hnlr with Vetir
Sage and Sulphur Compound, no one
can tell, because It Is done n u.itur
nlly, so ournly. You Just dnntpeii i
spunge or soft brush with It nnd draw
this through your hair, taking ouei
small strand nt n time; by minulnr
nil gray hairs lme dlsappeareil. Af
ter limit her niillrntlou or two our
hnlr becomes dark. glosv, suft, nnd
luxuriant, and ou appear ears
GRANT COUNTY LEADS
WITH VICTORY LOAN
I'OHTI AMI, Oiegoil, Aprfl Jill
(limit County with a uuotn. of $'."!.
noil has HUlmrrllied SKi.iiIUO to Hie
.Victor I.' nn This makes limit Iho
lender of Oregon hi pel lentigo sub
scriptions for any nuiiity
Statu Director of OrgaiiUatlon,
Kllierldge. leported lwenl-three
i-oiiutles to liaxe completed their iiuot.
as at noon today Ciook and Clatsop
Counties tompteted tlinlr iuotus to-
i iv...... n..-
ii.ii.-, iiihiii.j t mini tt,
! million of two hmidii.,1 , , ,K)''.
ports ono hundred ii... n, ' r'
In I'ortlaud, u ,,,
eitiiilH imrttelpaled n, w '
play cmiipnlgn In ih, "''
Vlrtory Loan hix , , ' "
heluielmwiiio mint,, rr ,, . "!'n
'plays, Till) in Until ,.ffi., , f ""''
Plays was such as , J''
, -l.'I'IMMrt MM..1MIIM
' down town streets
i"il.ir n,, th
We are ,.lw, , J((ll
e earn of nmr II ' "
take cnn nf )niir II i- lt
rote A! Hinllli, ll:i;i ,Mm
Cement Work of all Kinds
Let Me Make You an
W. D. MILLER
soil. Early gardens are growing
My maklic the Adriatic "nn Inlnnd
sea" Italy provides n practical solu
tion for one of the world's most Inter
esting waterways problems.
ANYWHERE IX THE CITY
Western Transfer Co.
With the return of pence there will
be a resumption of the season of pi
ano recitals that innkes some of oa
really wish the war hsd kept on.
The Greatest Tractor Made
PORTLAND. April 26 Many crops
will be nlantpd Inter than usual this
season In Oregon, owing to a tend- Bress ,n northeastern counties,
ency toward backwardness In wea-i s,ork '" maklnK K00il Knin
ther conditions, according to the' I'lantlng of early potatoes and gar
vu. ,mmmn,v f ts ,.n. ho, i,. den vegetables was delayed by wet
reau on weather and crop conditions,
issued here. The temperature was
generally somewhat above normal
but no extremely high temperature
was experienced and the general Im
pression in many places was that the
weather was unseasonably rfool.
Some frost occurred several morn
ings. There was rather less than the us
ual amount of sunshine, weather rec
ords show, and rain was ot frequent
occurrence over a large part of the
state, keeping the soil too wet .to be
worked. In the western counties,
farm work is unusually backward.
Plowing for summer fallow is well
advanced In northeastern counties.
Winter wheat, rye and oats have
made satisfactory growth. Over
most of the state growth has been
slow bat In Morrow county much ef:
the winter grain is Jointed and some
Is in the boot. Wire worms continue
to injure winter wheat in Jefferson
county. Seeding of spring wheat,
oats and barley Is progressing slowly,
especially In western counties and
the acreage will be reduced by the
KIN'i: ItKCOltD Hilt
OltKCO.V TOWN i
SAN FIIANC1SCO, April 26 Los
tlno, Oregon, was the first 'town lu j
the Twelfth Federal Reserve District,
to report, "quota raised," In the Vic
tory Loan. Tlio telegram was signed ,
"Kdgar Marvin," and It was on hand
last Monday morning when Liberty ,
Loan headquarters was opened
Talking about after-war wage condi
tions Just see the ease with which a
lot of men mho have been working
for a dollar a year are getting good
Two million American women were
engaged In war work. But It Is hoped
by husbands and prospective husbands
that they hare not absorbed a warlike
Lloyd George says It was the Ger
man army that started the war, bat
of course there is no occasion for us
ostentatiously to call attention to
what army stopped It
France offers an education In French
to American soldiers who are detained
backward state of farm work. There) over there. Some of our girls over
Is ample moisture for the germlna-' here fear they may already know too
Hon of grain already sown In most much of the language I
k 2Wl'lBffrH'P7Y i
A small acreage In Lake'
county was blown out by high wind. I
Ground is being prepared for corn.
Come and have a good time. This
Hot Springs Bath House.
. means you.
JOHN M. LEWIS, Agent
6th and Main Phone 140
Pumping and Irrigating
Plants of All Kinds
6. C. LORENZ
123 North 6th St
Pay a Visit to the
HIGH QUALITY, QUICK SERVICE
COZY AND CLEAN
EVERY DELICACY OF THE
JESSE BAILEY, Prop.
Phone 185 610 Main St
Chili Con Carna
Phone order taken for Halads
and Fishermen's Lunchca
Pellcateasea Lunchea served aa
you like them.
jQst around the corner on 7th.
We rater to Ladles
O. E. Rae Arnold V. Hoke
This is America's most popular
One look ono ride in this model
will convince you.
All we ask is that you compnro
values. If you ore looking for
the highest grade LIGHT-SIX on
the market here it is.
Th LIOHT-FOUR Tb. LIOIITSIX SEVBN-PASSKNOItR SIX
DUNHAM AUTO CO.
403 W. Sixth St
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Our repair department is exclusively con
trolled by Morrison and Peterson. These
men are expert machinists and electricians,
will give you guaranteed service, and their
charges will be reasonable.
tfS iS$ tmataBSt (smimhmI III
Dobbin to the Pasture
Don't feed expensive hay and grain to horses when
you can do more work for less than half the price
Waterloo Boy Tractor
Baldwin Hardware Co.
THE HOUSE OF QUALITY
Full Sugar, ' Half Sugar. Golden Tankard
MAMMOTH LONG RED and TABLE VARIETIES
Murphey's Feed & Seed Store
126 South Sixth St