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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 28, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Commisaion & Auction
Yon, wo buy hounohold fur
nlturo and mornlmndlHU. High
est cash prlcci paid. Boo
1008 Main St.
- ummiinrnnr wuutDII Uf
"ar TO HER FRIENDS UHJWJS
white building iniii hriir'airn
phone ma Mta ,.;H,.V flAINH twkntv HllllMULilLnhL II
' EIGHT I'OUNIW AFTER TAK- Il 1 1 UV M I V P Hi T 1 1
. INfl TANLAC. IIU II 1-I LJIL.L.U
Marble & Granite Work
JOIO MAIN HT.
phono B-IO-J . " M",n Ht
O. K. Lunch
.r,ormorly,nt 45 Main lit.
Cold McaU tt.hunek Good.
Ice Cream and FrniU.
We nandlo ,tho Harloy-Davldson
i.ivciiin nnd Bicycles Exclus-
...i. iiin hiir. soil and oxchanKO
itoii --' . ;
ll t olnor MaaoB. x-uuiibjitbui
nd Dlamona Tiros anu iuikw.
O. H. DISMABK
IIS B. 9th Bt. Klamath FatU
K. F., Bend Stage
"PlUMI 1 1 Nil i i ' 'i
Lot your Olnss Troubles bo My
Iloglazlng dono In nny part
of tho city
H. O. BTUCKY.
Carpontor & Cublnotmakor
Phono 477W 1024 Main.
J. O. CLKGHORN
Civil Engineer and Hnnreyor
Offlco 617 Main Bt.
Phono, Office, 100. Ilea. 1MM.
CITV AND COUNTY ABSTRACT
arthur it. wilbon
O. K. FEED & SALE
Under new manage
ment Best care taken of all
stock placed in our
barn. Horses, harness
and wagons bought,
sold and exchanged.
729 Main St.
Jack Monrow, Prop.
Cigars, Tobacco, Soft Drink,
l'ool and Dl'Uards
Barber Shop In oCnnoctlon
"Courtesy and Borrlee"
Dr. E. a Witecarrer
Dr. P. M. Noel
Seventh and Main Street
Strayed to this place Oct. 15,
$. ono Holoetoln holfor branded
"or q oyer,A. .Full crop off lott
'. naif crop off right ear. Ownor
. nnT0',farao by paying feed bill
"no not nnt - ill . ,-
LoomU nidg., Klntnntu FiilM
Now Open (or
Mrs. Roaa McDaalels,
301 High St Phone 455
Ofllco Phono 177W Ros 177R
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
Physician and Burgeon
Klamath Falls Orogon
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Phytlclan tt Surgoa
BWlIU 911, I. 0. O. P. Tempi
(over K. K, K. Store)
Phone ffitl . .
(The only Osteopathic Physi
cian and Burgeon U Klaroatk
DR. R. B. CRAVER
Medicine and Surgery
OIHco ovur Underwoods
7th and Main
I'liynlrlan nnil Surgeon
Offli Willie Illdg.
MEDICINE AND SURGERY
20 f I. O. O. F. Bldg.
DR. G. A. MASSEY
Successor to Dr. Trust
Suit 200, I. O. O. F. Bldg
Office phone 80J
Ilea Phone BUM
Phono 1C1J House
DR. A. A. SOULE
Ofllco, 420 Mnln
Itosldonco, 1009 Main
SAW MIMi ENGINEERING &
Designers nnd builders of mod
ern Saw Mills, Pinning Mills, Box
Plants. Complete plants contract
ed. Apprnlsiil.1 and reports made.
Dredging. We contract to build
nny class of n building nnd Install
machinery of nny Ulnil.
Drafting of any kind dono. Blue
Print made. PHONE Ml) J
Oftlro In K. D. Building
We Do All Kinds of Spring Repair
ing New Ones Mndo to Order
Axle Straightening and
JUHi WORK GUARANTEED
Phone a80-Y 817 Klamath Ave.
Klamath Fulls, Oregon
I am now prepared to furnlBh
Shasta Sand from tho Hoey, Cam.,
sand and gravel pit, In any quantity
that may be desired by contractors
DK. O. A. RAMBO
L O. O. V, Building
"1 hnvo gained twonty-olglit
pounds Hlnco I commoncod taking
Tnnlnc and fool bottor In ovory way
than 1 huvo for many yonrs," said
Mrs. C. I, Espy, who lives nt 1CC4
llnHsnlo St., Portland, Ore, tho
"I hnd sufforod from stomach
tsjoublo and Indigestion so much;
and for such a long timo," ho con
tinued, "that my condition ronlly
ycnmo alaamlngVf When I com
menced Inking Tanlac I had gono
down to whoro I only wolghnd ono
hundred anil five pounds, nnd my
nvorago wolght was about ono hun
dred and forty. Evorytlmo I ato
anything I would bo badly bloutcd
from gas, and vory ofton this gas
would got up Into ray chost and
causo my heart to palpltato some
thing awful. I also suffored from
constipation, and would hare raging
hoadnchos ovory day or no. Finally
my ontlro norvous systom got in
such bad condition, that Is was Im
possible for mo to get a good night's
sloop. I was so weak and run down
that I couldn't do my housework,
and In fnct, If I oxortod myself the
loast bit I would bo completely ex
hausted and foel Just llkj I was
going to faint. It Just eosmcrt that
during nil thoso years of suffering
that I did nil in my rower to get
relief, but none of tho mcdlclnos
and treatments I took did mo any
good nt all.
"Ono day n frlond of mlno who
know nhout my condition, camo to
sen mo nnd told mo about Tanlac
and advised mo to givo it n trial,
and I took hor ndvlco, and It's the
honest truth, I began to pick up Just
In a fow days aftor I started taking
thU medicine, nnd from that timo
on I continued to Improvo until I
nm now a well, happy woman again.
I hnvo a lino appetlto and oat threo
hearty menla cvory day, and I never
suffer a partlclo afterwards. In
fnct, I never hnvo n sign of stomach
tronblo or Indigestion nnd my
nerves aro In such good condition
that I sleep like n child ovory night.
I hnvo gotten back my strength,
and liavo regained almost every
pound I lost, and nm so well and
strong In evory wny that I can easily
do nil my housowork now. All my
friends nro talking about my won
derful recovery, and I always im
press ono fact upon their minds, and
that Is that Tanlac Is responsible
Tanlac is sold in Klamath Falls
by tho Star Drug Co., and in Lorclla
by tho James More. Co. Adv.
WASTE TIME IN
LONDON, Nov .10. (By Mall).
Civilian visitors roturnlug from
tours -of tho battloflolds In Franco
criticise the aalvngo operations still
being carried on thoro.
"Men who ought to bo back at
jthpir work In England are cngagod
, in collecting usoloss 'scrap on ovory
i battlefield under tho direction of of
ficers who havo lest all keonness for
j work alnco tho war endod a year
ago," commented ono returning vis
itor.. I "I spoke to two officers, each of
whom told mo that tho value of tho
'salvage would not compare with the
money spent in theso operations,"
Othors say that tho Fronch are
complaining of tho presonco of thou
sands of Chlneso laborors engaged
on this work laying out tennis courts
or building useless army huts.
FORMED IN ENGLAND
LONDON, Nov. 10. (By Mall).
"Tho man In tho black coat," as tho
professional salaried man is desig
nated by promotrs of tho organiza
tion, is to havo a fodoration dosignod
to insuro him increased income and
other benefits which othor workers
havo gained through thoir trade un
ions. A meeting was hold horo tho
othor day to organize salaried men.)
Industrial workors havo rocolvod
wngo increases amounting to 130, or
140 per cent during tho war, whilo
tho cost of living during that timo
has boon increased 128 per cont, ac
cording to organizors of tho Profes
sional Workors' Federation sponsor
ing tho now union. But for ,tho
man on a moderato salary, It Is con
tondod, thoro lias boon no propor
tionate salary raise. Increases for
this class of workor have avoraged
loss than 80 per cent for the
HILO, Inland of Hawaii, T. II.
Nov. C. (Correspondence of The
Associated I'rcss,) Tho myslorics
of n-n lava, 'tho mechanism of Its
flow, nnd Its behavior in motion to
a largo extent havo, been nolvod by
tho recent gecat oruption of Mauna
Lon, ono of tho volcanoes1 on this in
land, according to Professor T. A.
Jnggar, Jr., volcanolog'ist.-
Although there has boon amplo
opportunity to study tho mechanism
of pahoohoo, or soft lava flows, a-a
or tho' rough varloty, has beeri moro
or, loss n nonled, book to ecfenco, said
I'rofossor Jnggar. '' '
Aftor camping throe "days and
nights arVtto"fbunliinhead'''qf the
flow, Professor Jnggar returned to
HIlo recontly convinced that the
poak of tho recent great eruption
When tho professor loft tho vol
cano only ono Jot of tho original
half dozen was playing. Thto
fountain was leaping to a height of
300 feet nnd sometimes moro from
tho throat of a cono which had built
ItBolt up during tho outburst to a
height of 120 feet above the level
of tho surrounding country. This
cone Is about 2C0 feet in diameter.
As tho lava falls back It pools
within tho ramparts of tho cono,
flowing westward through a break
In tho walls. Tho vent itsolf is not
tho cone, but a fissuro in the flank
of the mountain, 'from which in
candescent molt was spurting at ns
many ns thirty different polnrs
when tho profer.sor first visile 1 tho
source in the earliest stager of Its
On his last trip Professor Jaggar
croesod tho activo fissuro at a. time
whon activity was confined to tho
ono largo cono. Shortly afterward
four smoller cones south of tno
fountninhead burst into life with a
loud roaring, puffing noise, and
sent a dream of lava wostwnrd,
paralleling that from the main cono.
Along tho eastern side of the
fissuro tho country was found to
have been built up to a great height
by tho earlier output of cones now
lifeless. As tho flow died away, tho
sourco retroatcd 'northward up tho
Tho cono from which Issued -the
greater bulk of tho earlier Alllca
flow is now dead. Tho professor
climbed this cono nnd climbed down
from its topmost edge into a groat
amphitheater 300 foot deep and
1000 feot wldo.
After watching tho two flows
Professor Jaggar verified by
measurements a conjecture which
ho first mado while observing tho
pulsations of tho Allka channel. Ho
notod then that tho torrent of fire
had momentB when tho stream
seemed to rise along Its whole
longth. Immediately it was sug
gested to him that tho whole flow
was alive, the bed of the stream as
well as tho river It boro. Tho rise,
ho believod must bo a riso of tho bod
It6olt, heaved upward by pressure
from living dopths below.
Tho basin receiving tho present
reduced outpouring, tho professor
said, is of such extent that it could
not bo flooded brimful beforo tho
first of next year nnd beforo that
time, Judging from tho lessening
activity, tho present groat flow of
Manna Ion will ho dead.
Centenary of tho birth of Josopn
Durthnllor, noted Jesuit oducator,
for many years president of St. Fran
cis Xavior colloge, Now York City.
Today is tho 125th anniversary
of Baron Steuben, tho organizer of
the American army in tho revolu
Marcus II. Holcomb, governor of
Connecticut, is in lino for congratu
lations today on the 75th anniver
sary of his birth.
Rt. Rov. John C. Hennessy, Cath
olic bishop of Wichita, today rounds
out half a contury In tho prlosthood.
Definite result of tho oloctlon in
Plymouth, England, whore tho Amor-lcan-born
Lady Astor is a candidate
for parliament, is oxpocted to bo an
A union of professional mon is
expoctod to rosult from a conference
to bo held in Detroit today. Rep
resentatives of tho medical, logal,
educational and othor professions
from all parts of tho United States
havo boon Invited to meet for a dis
cussion of tho possibilities of a per
manent Intor-profossional organlza-
flre-ltlon for the protection and advance
racnt of their common interests.
andjjroths. Their differonco lies
in their fresh flavored goodness.
They aro delightfully crisp, satis
fying ond daintily salted. Sold
fresh everywhere by grocers.
Don't ask for Crackers
aanv say Snow Flakes JU Biscuit
say Snow Flakes
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A full line of new and up-to-date toys. This
stock is all new and has not been picked over.
Don't wait too long or you may be disappointed.
Auto Supply House
7th and Main
SPRING IAKE NEWS
Mr. Mack is helping Mr. Green's
folks move to town this week.
L. B. Schreiner is the proud own
er of a new team bought from Clyde
Barks this week.
Miss Hilda Chase and Mlsa Ruby
Schreiner took supper with Miss
Ella Green Monday.
Mrs. Wm. Cheyne is on the alck
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Bennett and
Mr. and Mrs. Ivon Icenbloo spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Mrs. Balin spent Sunday with
' Strayed from Dodd Hollow ono
bay saddle horse branded figure 4
on left shoulder; one gray horse,
weight about 1700 pounds branded
HX on loft shoulder; one brown
horso, weight abont 1150 pounds,
branded upright flatiron on left hip
Notify Chan. Paulson care of F. N.
Hodricks, Merrill, Oro., and recoive
Best yet. Herald Want Ads.
Industries are like orchards
THEY have to be fostered, cared for and
encouraged until they get a good start.
But once they start to bear fruit, they are the
source of wealth and prosperity for all of us.
Industries are no longer for the autocrats
and the "landed gentry." Fundamentally
they benefit the workers they make jobs
they give us all the opportunity' to earn a
good living and to advance and prosper in
proportion lo our ability, energy and am
bition. America is a great country because
of her great industries. Oregon is rapidly
becoming' a great state because of her great .
Let us nil the peo
ple of Oregon pull
together, to make
bigger and better.
Associated Industries of Oregon
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fruit juice essences in
liquid form, in vials.
A wealth of fruit juicw
is condensed to flavor
each dessert. So it brings
you true - fruit dainties,
healthful and delicious, at y
a trifling cost.
Simply add boiling
Compare it with the
old-style gelatine desserts.
It will be a delightful rev
elation. Get the right kind
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2 Package! for 25 Centm
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