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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 26, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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'; ft'ttidat'wi of Good Drat
The value In lmyitit: Nf ttlcton Shoes is that they
nut "iily look well wlica new hut tity xnw IJ
f it i fully.
A'."1 the low ami disappointment of oxperi
mciitini;. We recommend Nuttlctons.
SOI, I) IJY THE
.rent of Ntlllclon Afei'a 5W !-, WorfJ't I'lnal
SHED HIS LIFE
MAIIOM.l M.VKU Itt'l'HCTKD TO
orr orr op iii:i MiMS
NOW HACK AT WOltK.
MORE THAN MERE CHAUFFEUR
LOOK TO SARDINIA FOR CORX
Office Supplies :Xmas Goods
SV liri opening n Mix! rliisH Stn-
ii -. Li..t-.i III llltlll U'lll III
Iltllll'iy I""" t " " '
carried i vcrytlilng for the Olllro,
an well in a select line of llolliltiy
(lends. I'll I NTl.NO of nil Muds.
WifBK 126 Main Street
Klamath Lodge No. 137
I. O. O. F.
UMts Friday night of each week at
1.0.0. F. liall, 5th and Main BtroolH ,
P. J.Gorgou , N. 0.; Fred Hroiuor
Secretary; P. L. Fountain Treasurer
Ewauna Encnmpraont No. 46, I. O j
0. F., raeots Tuesday night of each
week at I. O. O. F. hall. Arllo Wor
re!, C. P.; Nato Ottorboln, Scrlboj
P. L. Fountain Treasurer.
A. F.Graham I
Shasta Sand Used I
Present indications are
that all kinds of wood
will be scarce and high
r in price in the near
Take my advice and
"Wood to Burn"
fl'onu jk7 7()a MaI H(f
World Turnlno to That Inland for Pro
duction of Material So Much
fori; tins probably passed olive oil
Hi the lending export of .Stirillnln. unil
'i muicrrliil Attache A. 1'. IleiiuH
states 1 1 lit t recent production Iiuk been
so stimulated '(.lint n large fnciory nt
TViiiplii Is riiinilrupHliK Its rnpnrlt.
'I ln luirli In sfilppcd from the trrf
iik( In nlii( years. At the Ti'iiiplu
fnciory Ibc dried burls Is llrst thor
oughly Hlcni I unil Mnttcncil out by
h.Mlrniilli' incisure; It then remains hi
piles iibout HO days, ulicn It Is taken
inn covered with blue mold, mid l
rurcflllly scraped nil bolb sides urn!
cut Into widths varying iiccnrdlng I"
the lengths of the cork stoppers de
sired. The strips nre cut by hand into
cubes, n process requiring highly sKIII
id Inbor, with iniieli cure In plcUIn;
nut defective pieces. The corks have
been rounded mid tapered by high
speed cutting luiichliie.s. but a new
abrasive process In clulined to reduce
tf-o waste of this llnlshlng from '-'0 to
fll) per cent. Ilefore the war the fine
dust sold In (Icrmiiuy for unknown
use for about SIX) n ton.. At Terrnnova
the cork In differently utilized, the
best being billed In sheets for ship
ment, while the Inferior Is coarsely
ground mid used with 11 magnesium
surface for wnllu mid lloor coverings.
The wnr demiind was for cork trench
mattresses, which were both light mid
nlTiirileil protection from cold unil
Even the Seal
It Ik one of the disillusionment ex
perienced by most sojourners on this
planet Unit the wonderful pluccs of
childhood's enjoyment nre found to
linve shrunk amazingly on being re
visited In uffej- years. liven the small
people lind that Imagination plays
pranks with them, nnd nre driven to
Home Mich remark as that of the lit
tle girl who, on being taken back to
the seaside after two years or so, ex
claimed: "It's not the same, mummy
darling. It's gone out of shape."
An American Solomon.
The story Is told of a member of
the American Hed Cross, somewhere
on the Syrian side of the African con
tinent, who found himself faced with
something of the same problem the
solution of which earned for Solomon,
In undent days, the reputation of be
ing the wisest of men. On this occa
sion the child was that of an Arme
nian woman, found In the bouse of n
Turk at Aleppo, nnd who, the mother
said, had been taken from her when
three years old. The child she claimed
iti hers was n little girl of seven years
mid she Rave no sign of recognizing
her mother. The American was puz
zled to know what to do. An Idea
struck him. He told the mother to
sing the lullabies with which she hud
been used to rock her baby to sleep.
The little girl looked astonished mid
thoiiRbtful; then she smiled. Memory
bad awukened, mid the Armenian
woman hud recovered her child.
Dombor 11, 12, 13.
"It doesn't do to swallow all the
stories you hear about the elllcncy of
scientific maiiiiReiiient, but I heard one
,thn other day Hint 1 can well bellove."
Senator Cummins, the speaker, was
cutcrtululuR ii luncheon party ut At
" 'Sn your wife refused to marry you
when you llrst proposed to her?' I said
to Drown during u confidential chut
one day. 'Did you keep on pursuing
her till sbo consented?'
" 'Not much I' Drown replied craftily.
'I went out and inudo n fortune. When
I came back it was she who did the
Many wondc.rul ending inuritH
huvo been rIvoii Tailing, but tbu
Mtnfi'iuimt iniiili) October !Uh by
Junius Mahoiu-y, or VI llast lrJth St.,
I.im Ani;cli!H, Cul., Is so luinnrkiiblo
as to bo almost incrcdlhlo.
Mr Mahoney, however, Is it man
or iimiuoHtluiied integrity and has
been roreiiiau at the Hlchurdii
NiiUHtadt Const ruction Co. ten yeurs.
lib) neighbors limit coroboratud his
I (limit lablo statement In every do
tall and will do so iiguin If called
"It was being talked among my
friends, ' iiaid Mr. Mahoney, "that 1
was going to die and I don't believe
auyono hud u much closur call.
Closely following un Injury to my
back, caiiHi-il by lifting Home steel
lost July a year ago, my whole sys
tem si enii d to give way. My stom-'
uch (oinim need hurl lug in u terribly
.iinl I uuliered frum gun mid indiges
tion. Thoie seemed to be a lump in
riy Hton.ach ami I could not oat a
thing without Intonsu pain after
wards. My appetite loft mo entire
ly and I got no weak I could not
even lift ten pounds. Then I be-c.-.ine
constipated and my kidneys
got out of ordfcr and disturbed me
so at night I could not sleep Bound.
I was In misery nil the time nnd so
weak 1 could not lift my feet to go
up the steps. I could not straighten
up for the pain In my stomach. He-J
foro these troubles started I weigh
ed one hundred and forty-five, but
dtopped down until I weighed only
slxty-flvo poundH, and If theio was
over n living skeleton J was. 1
could bear my friends, who emtio In
to see me, say, 'Poor Jim, he can't
lust much longer,' and, I had no
hope myself of ever getting up. In
spite of all that could bo dono I
kept getting worse. That lump like
foeling in my stomach seemed to
get larger nnd the ptln moro In
tense. Finally I wius told nothing
more could bo done oxcept to op
erate and I was too weak to stand
'One day a friend, who bad been
coming to see mo often, told mo
how Tnnlac had helped his daughter
and urged me to try It. At first I
refused, us my wife was opposed to
anything except prescribed medi
cines. Hut one day this friend of
fered to go and get mo a bottlo of
Tnnlac with the uudenUanding
Hint no ono eli;o know about it.
Well, I started taking It and by the
time he brought me the third bottle
I was feeling better. I stopped
ovorythlng else, kept taking
Tnnlnc and slowly Improving. I
soon noticed the pain in my stomucli
onslng up and that lumpy feeling
began to leave. I got to eating
something and thon commenced get
ting back my lost weight and
strength. I kept taking it until I
used twenty bottles nnd as a result
I am in better shape thnn I was for
yoars even before. I was taken sick.
I now weigh ono hundred andthir
ty pounds, so ypu flee my weight has
exactly doubled. I am working
ovory day and can do tho heavy lift
ing Just the samo as I ever could. I
am not bothered any moro with my
kidneys or constipation and I sleep
liko a top overy night. My food
tastes good nnd my appetlto is
simply fine. My wife now thinks
Just ns I do, that Tanluc is the
grandest mediclno in tho world. I
will prnlso it as long as I live, nnd I
novor expect to bo without it."
Tanlne is sold in Klamath Falls
by tho Star Drug Co., and in Lorella
by the James Merc. Co. Adv.
New York Merchant Ha Driver Who
Knows Business Methods and
Aids Hla Employer.
"I ddii'i believe In having inn many
CiiriTull) worked-oiit iiielbi.ds foi iie
veulliiR errois In an oriranlziilliin,"
writes I,. Worthclmer In SyMem. the
tuagii.liie of business. Mr. WVrlliHnicr
Is president of n concern which oper
ates live hly ilepartmeiil stores Id the
northern purl of New York city. He
goes on to tell the plan lie ues:
"One of the best hecks Ihut 1 pel
on ni busings Is thrn'itr'! oit ''iimf
four. I hac lii keep a uiachilir ut cull
nil the lime, so t tin t I can gel from
store to store wllhnut delay. Uy driv
er Is not simply a driver; be is u high
grade mil ii who knows u good ileal
about my lilens of iiierrhiiiiibslng -a
man who utiicclvabl.v may some day
be liiiil.ager of one of my stores.
"Wlille he Is waiting for me he does
not slmpl sit outside In the machine.
He wiimlers around the store. Inoking
at displays, untiring how salci-glrls
drill with customers, whether our
prices are by chance IiI'jIut on this
Item or on thai than they kIihiiIiI be.
livery moin'ti;' his wrltl'ti observa
tions air plnciil on my desk: frum
them f Inve tltiie uml ntMln irb-imil
plrrrs -if Infor-iiiiiii.ti i tint iir ilr a hi;:
difference In ilw profits ol 1 1 - sinre."
WOULD BE FRIEND IN KEED
Grateful Colored Man Promised to
' Co if Services Should
"The race Hois In Chicago n mind
me of lite 'nine snrt or excitements
that run around Atlanta when 1 was
llvlne there as n joung man." mud
Ocorge McDanlel of Metro, fill., re
centlv. "My brother and I were both me-ll-cos
owners of smooth and virgin
-licepsklns. We shared the some of
(Ice and lunched nt the snme counter.
In the midst of wild confuslou, one
day. ,i wounded negro rushed Into our
olllce and begged for protection. This
was freely grunted, for we hud no
nice prejudices, in fcplVe of our South
ern upbringing. We also poured salve
on the negro's bruises.
" 'Vo' shiiiiii been good to uie.' said
the grateful darkey, turning to my
brother who, by the way. Is now
practicing In I.os Angeles 'nit' I'll
member It. doc. Say, If yo' ever kills
any body mall friends mid I'll get you
out If we have to bust the jail to do
It.'" I.os Angeles Times.
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.
First State k
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Robespierre's Curious Vatch.
The number of watches of various
kinds mid size and value which are
now seen in the windows of the jewel-er-wntchuinkors
of Paris reminds a
correspondent of PKclnlre of the watch
which once was the property of Holies
plerre, and which the correspondent
saw at an exhibition of curios. It
surely should have long ago found Its
plnce In the Carnnvalet. The watch
was In the shape of a pear and of the
size of one, nnd was made of silver.
It opened In the center, the face be
ing in the lower section, while the top
section was ornamented with pear
leaves wrought In silver. A watch
the size of a pear, and n good deal
heavier. Is plainly indicative of some
what bizarre tastes on the part of the
"Friend of the People." That Is, at
any rate, how It strikes 1'Kclalr's cor
respondent. Christian Scleucc Monitor.
New Store 507 Main
Lord Kitchener's favorite dog. wh)cb
he left in the hands of Admiral Gmnt
before embarking on the cruiser Hamp
shire, is believed to have become a
good Australian. Admiral Grant, who
lias been appointed first nnvnl mem
ber of the Australian naval board,
brought Kitchener's pet to the com
monwealth on hoard the battle cruiser
Australia. Ordinarily the common
wealth does not encourage the land
ing of cats and dogs from overseas, but
Australia holds Kitchener In such dear
memory that one may safely conjec
ture that exception will be made In
Warblers of All Colors.
Not taking Into account the human
beings who nre sometimes referred to
ns warblers, you will find on' looking
into a bird book that there nre ninny
kinds of warblers, ranging alphabeti
cally all the way from gray-breasted
warblers to yellow-rumped warblers,
says the American Forestry associa
If you had a collection of them all
together they would take in about all
the colors of the rainbow, yellow,
ornnge, chestnut, black, white, green,
gray, brown npd other colors, with
numerous shades entering Into their
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Radio Telephone Useful,
The extraordinary vali.e of wireless
telephony for directional purposes In
connection with aircraft bus been ein
phnslzcd recently In Its relation to
night (lying, snys the Scientific Amer
ican. It often happens of course, that
In daylight Inter-coniinuiilcntlon be
tween planes, or between wireless sta
tions and nlrcraft, Is unnecessary, but
In flying across country nt night the
use of the wireless telephone will cer
tnlnly become more efficacious.
Operating Under Difficulties.
The Huiin provincial government Is
operating directly the Shul Kou Shan
lead silver mine, ono of tho largest
In Chlnn. Tho ore Is being smelted
as It is mined, lint tho government
Is short of funds nnd the lark of suffi
cient caultal Is a serious handicap.
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