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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 25, 1919)
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AATtTltPAV. OCffOHMIi 1, 1010
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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W I'ltOM IT. H. CON
WAHIIINOTON, Oct. 20. Donlnl
f nsont la llm "'' nt Hoprommt-
llf I" V"lor lorBor wn" rt,c"
imomlo'l ICHlny ''I'oc'.il
Home cominlltiiu. Ropreiioiitntlvo
ItodonburB. ' H Hojiulillcnii,
gird ii minority report roroiiinionil-
sm:m m "i:h m,m'
i(ohi:i nv htiiiki;
jUI.UM. Oil 2fi- Tlio OlmrloB K
BpiiuiiiuiB ,nl11 llcr0 H ul"H''11 l,y
labor niilUiiltlwi. Tlmlior workers
aro trylnK rr,ilr.o 11 union.
llooltlifiil exorrlHOH owiiy day nt
fdiool iiri" fMHt (ImiiRliK tlin ui.lliu
nlllglQUO lMO """i"' .Miiiiiiiiini,
rid, ami hIio Ih nil oaily larger utul
rlftlor ami loiiBor-llmlioil tliim lior
( lrvfMv.rt , , frCi X-W,
IT'S flllAXOMOTIIKK'S IUX'IPK TO
1IIIING HACK COLOR AND I.IJ8
IIIK TO I1AIK
. You can turn gray, faded hair beau
tifully dark and lustrous almost oyer
night If you'll got a GO-cont bottlo of
"Wjreth'a Sngo and Sulphur Com
pound" at any drug utoro. Millions
of bottlca of this old famous Sago Toa
Reclpo, Improved by tlio addition ot
other Ingrodlonts, aro gold annually,
utb a woll known druggist her, bo
auM'lt darkens tho lialr so natur
ally and ovonly that no ono caa toll Is!
his beon nppllod.
Thoeo whoso hair Is turning gray
or becoming faded havo a surprise
awaiting thorn, because after ono or
two application!) tho gray hair van
ishes nnd your locks bocomo luxuri
antly dark and beautiful.
This Is tho ago of youth. O ray
haired, unnttractlvo folks nron't want
ed around, bo get busy with Wyoth'a
Sago and Sulphur Compound tonlbht
and you'll bo dollghtod with jour
dark, hamlsomo hair nnd your youth
ful appearance within a fow days.
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J eu'ryuhcrp in sealed puckacs. ', aMfAJfV GT1
J Ask your grocer. , ;' l- '''rajf
5siffliafKaii5raaiai Don't ask for Crackers - ; J V ';Jr
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TO GET LAND
rtOSHVILTy, Cal., Oct. 25. That
tho title to 1,400 acres of Placer
I County's rlcliCHt lund actually Is vest
'oil with .Tapancso has been revealed
by a study of official county records.
Tho majority of tho holdings owned
by .Tapancso Jb In tho center of tho
county's deciduous fruit district.
Within the last ten days Frank
Metzger of this city has sold a twen
ty aero orchard to Japanese
Itfally men report the .Tapaneso
are eager biddors for lands In tho
county. This scramblo for land they
attribute- to a fear on the part of tho
Japanese that anti-Japaneso leg
islation In California may result in
a law forbidding the salo of lands to
Statistics showing tho acreage, as
sessed valuation and location of
tracts owned In the county by Jap-
nnrso compiled from tho county rec
ords, havo boon received by Mrs-
Ilradford Woodbrirtgo, mombor of a.
commlttoo named to gathor data up- I
on tho Japanese monacc, will submit,
this report to tho California Federa
tion of Women's Clubs. Reports up
on this and other counties will bo
used by tho club women to deter
mine their stand toward tho antl
Japanese movomont. This data In
being gatbored by tho club women
following a request that thoy en
dorse tho movemont ns deleterious)
to tho best Interests ot Callfornlana..
Wo mnko n specialty of fire, Utm
nnd accident insurance. Phono GO and
, we'll do t'vj rest. ClUIcoto & Bmltb.
ALIENS TRIED TO
WASHINGTON, Oct. 2G. Lieut
enant D. C. Van Huron of tho Army
Intelligence sorvlco told tho Senato
Strlko Investigation commlttoo to
day that Russian workors In Gary,
Indiana, started a movomont last
summer to orgnnlzo n "Rod Guard,"
In preparation for tho rovolutlon
thnt thoy bollovod to bo coming In
this country. Thoy wanted to got
all formor soldiers Into tho proposed
organization and drill and equip
them, tho army oincor said.
r" '.in iu. V,
Yes' If it's truthful and you havo
Wo havo sold several hundred
dollars' worth of good used l'rno
sraplis Hlnco advertising our llnr
Baln3 sovoral dos ago. Somo good
EARL SHEPHERD CO.
BUT Main St.
Quoou Mary was nlunys rallod
"Lit" by tho members of tho royal
family until sho was ten or twojyo.;
nuuii iiiu jiui iiiuiio ion into uisuse.
Standartl Phonograph IlargalitH
A number from $3G up for cash or
tonus. Soo our window. Karl
Shepherd Co., GO" Main St. 17tf
Death only a matter of short time.
Don't wait until pains and aches
become incurablo diseases. Avoid
painful consequences by taking
FOR CENSUS WORK!
tha world's standard romody for Udney,
Kvar, bladder nnd uric add troublos th
National Romody of Holland since 1696.
Ounranteed. Three sizes, all druggists,
'joolc fur tb ninu Cold Medal on rerr bx
and accept Da imitation
WASHINGTON, Oct. 25. Sixty
flvo formor soldiers and sailors havo
boon nppolntod supervisors for tho
Fourteenth Decennial Census, ac
cording to an announcement issued
to-day by ti.s Uursau of tho Census.
"Tho Census Bureau was particul
arly gla dwhonovor it found a formor
scrvico mun for tho Job of Ruperr
visor," announced Director of tho
Census Sam L. Rogers. "Most of
tho applicants who qualified, how
eor, wore mon of moro mature ago
nnd of broader oxperlenco than tho
majority of soldiers and bailors."
'J"nff(!& vomen appear on tho list of
supervisors, ono having been appoint
ed to servo in the State of Now York,
ono In Toxas and ono In IVovada.
This is tho first time In the history
ot tho Consus Bureau that women
havo beon soloctod to fill these posi
tions. Of tho 372 supervisors chosen
approximately 100 aro lawyors. Ex
sorvico mon como noxt in numbers
nnd editors rank third with moro
than 40 nppolntmonts. Farmers aro
represented with about 25, while ed
ucntors, numbering about 20, run tho
farmers a closo race.
Sovoral physicians havo under
taken tho task of collecting Uncle
Sam's statistics, and likewlsot a
gront ninny business mon.
Kach suiiorvlsor appointed had to
The day when any ono style of
hair dressing could rale supreme,
simply because It was 'the style"
seems to have passed, regardless
of the extreme effort which It now
being mado to bring back tho
"high" hair dress. The point all
uomon have learned Is that tho
hair dress is to help bring out the
natural beauty of the face.,Thorc
foro tho woman with a beautiful
ti'th i,houid wear her hair as
shown abovo, high on tho head al
lowing graceful lines of the full
nerk to show. Tho center picture
shows a hair dress which empha
sizes the low broad brow, still Is
low over car and nock, covering
an irregular car and slim neck.
The lower picture shows a hair
drc-n which brings out best tho
well-shaped head. '
I EATERS GET
Tho American mon and women
must guard constantly against Kid
ney trouble hecauso wo eat too much
and all our food is rich. Our blood
is filled with uric acid'whlch tho kid
neys strlvo to filter out, thoy weaken
from ovorwork, bocomo sluggish;
tho climlnativo tissues clog and tho
result Is kidney trouble, bladder
weakness and a general decllno in
When your kidneys feel like
lumps of lead; your back hurts or
Many of the prominent film ac
trnsseR nrn nnrnlntr nh extra ncnnT
I nowadays by .tppsing in hats and
I rrntvna morli Kv ilm fnalilnnnhln
milliners and modistes. I
Between four and five million dol
lars Is the amount estimated to have
been earned by the late Adellnat,
Pattl during her career as a singer.
We Clean. Press and Repair
From a Heavy Suit to Flimsy Lingerie. We
re-block Hats, and call for and deliver your
Klamath Dye Works
431 Main St
undergo rigid tosts ns to his fitness I tho urine is cloudy, full ot sediment
for tho position, osnocial stress hav- or yoij aro obliged to seek relief two
lng boon laid on his charactor and
fttfe3l liter &
No niatter at what speed you shave with a
Gem Damaskcenc Razor it leaves your face
cool and refreshed.
That's because the Gem has a soft, comfortable, velvet-
like feci and docs such smooth clean-cut work.
We sell the complete Gem Damaskcenc Ras-or outfit for SI.
The outfit includes the razor, seven Gem Damaskeene ,
Blades, shaving and stjoppinfj'handle-all in a hand
come leather case.
Enjoy he comfort of velvet-smooth self-shaving.
Come in and get your Gem to-dayl.
BALDWIN HARDWARE CO.
"The House of Quality"
"iS'o man was appointed a supor-
vlsor for tho rourtoonth Census,"
said Mr. Rogers, "Until oory pos-
siblo guaranteo was given as to his
ability nnd honesty. Character was
nt nil times tho loading and pre
dominating consideration with the
Consus Bureau in evory appointment
TEACH YOUR CHILD
THE LESSON OF
CLEAN TEETH ,
The cnrlior your child is taught
tho vuluo of a clean mouth and
sound teeth tho healthier
nud hnppior ho will bo 1A fu
ture years. Wo havo a ntco
Toolh Brushes ,
nnd all tjio ndvortlseil Denti
frices and Mouth Washes with
which tho lesson cau bo host
or three times n night; if you suffer
with sick headache or dizzy, nervous
spoils, acid stomach, or you hqye
rheumatism when tho weather is
bad, got from jour pharmacist about
four ounces of Jad Salts; take a
tablespoonful In a glass of water bo-
foro break fust for a fow days and
your kidneys will then act lino. This
famous salts is made from tho acid
of grapes and lomon Juice, combin
ed with lithia, and has been used
for generations to flush and stimu
late clogged kidney; to neutralize
the acids in tlio uriuo so It no longer
is a sourco of Irritation, thus end
ing bladder disorders.
Jad Salts Is Inexpensive; cannot
in Jui 0, mnkes a delightful efferves
cent lithin-water bovorago, and bo
longs in evory homo, becauso no
body can mako a mlstako by having
a good kldnoy flushing any time.
O. A. C. IS SECOND
Who are the men and women that
become masters over great things?
They are those who first of all become
masters over little things.
Dollar bills and silver dimes are only
little things, so little that they often
trickle away in every direction and
yet they have formed the solid foun-
dation for many a comfortable income
through the following slogan :
"DON'T WASTE! SAVE!"
Start a Savings Account today.
?K , KLAMATH FALLS OREGON vrjffW J
DU? Tnti onub
OREGON AGRICULTURAL COL
LUGI Conallls. Oct. 24. Tho col
lego now lanks -socond among land
giant institutions of tho country in
loipect to enrolment. Its present
lcglstiatlon of 2,832 Is exceeded
only by tho reglstiatlon of Iowa ap
( Tho college has gradually boon
I climbing in registration until this
I year with n Jump ot approximately
1 100 per cent It foiged ahead of tho
Kansas Stato Agricultural collego
ono of tho best known Institutions
of its kind In America.
nnrollmoiit nt tho collego would
havo boon oven gioator hud accom
modatlons beon adequate at tho first
of tho school year. It Is ostlmntod
that, 111010 than 200 young mon and
women who doslred to outer tho In
stitution woro obliged to go olso
whoro. Tho growth of tho collego
Is considered u high complimont to
tho quality of work dono at tho insti
tution. Uvory couuty in Orogou 1b
roprosontod in tho enrollment, to
gether with 33 other states and sov
011 forolgn countries..
First State &
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
I have again opened my repair shop at the
old location, corner Ninth and Main. You will
find my equipment of a special design for Ford
work. All modern tools and machinery is being
installed as fast as it arrives. L employ only ex
pert mechanics with years of experience on Ford
cars. You will find my shop one of the most up- j
to-clate equipped service stations for Ford work
in the State, my aim being to give satisfaction.
T rni-ilrl flionlr rr no ixrnll no nil virvnxT nniiAnn
a. iuuju nji"iv ui o t wu no cm ucw, jyanUUO W
ior tneir traae.
See us when your Ford goes wrong.
(Formerly the Ford Garage)
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