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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 16, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
$ FRIDAY, JANUARY, 16, ln-JO
1 ; "tiim Irtimr n'w
II .W. POOLE,' Owner.
The Great Emotional Actress
The story of n woman
being scorned and
And a Peerless Cpmedy
"All Jazzed Up"
"CHEYENNE HARRY" CAREY
' "BARE FISTS" - -
Wboro the "Ace of thb Saddlo" ploys his role through practically all
of a tig now western drama without n gun In his belt
COMING SUNDAY Mnry Plckford In "Pollyanna.f You'vo read
tho story you'll llko tho picture
YoiVe Sife Wken
You Bay Here .
Ypu know our reputation
for reliability. We fill
And w boy In iharamgh way.
That is on rtanon why w
Jdhnson & Johnaon'a
Abaorbtnt Cotton, Baby
Pottolart Shaving Cream,
Firat Aid; ate.
Tbay aia made by a Orm whsaa
Idaats correspond with curs.
W ate alwayo glad to bear
you ask for Johnson'o.
STAR DRUG, CO.
STOLEN TREASURE IS
CACHED IN HIM c
HROWN8VILLE, Tex., Jan. 16.
Vast 'treasures of silver and gold,
stolen by bandits over a period of
many years, nre'rached In the moun
tains of Chlhunhua, Mexico, and In
the romoto and wild sections of the
Mexican states of Duranga, San Luis
l'otoal and Zacutccax, nccordlng to
American mining men who hiivo been
Investigating operation of foreign
owned mines In bnndlt-rlddln sec
tions of the southern ropubllc.
Among tho peons rumors run of
hurled treasure stored In Chihuahua
and Durnngo mountnlns by tho ban
dit, Francisco Villa, rivalling the
riches Cortex found among tho peo
plo when tho Spaniards conquered
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SUNDAY AND MONDAY
' SPECIAL SINGING AT EACH SHOW
TMn ittrriTiiE'uii v
HAItllV 1IOHEL, Musical Director
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who "know the sorrow of
the joy of-belng loved
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR BALK Dundy little cottage for
two; linn living room, dining
room, kitchen, pantry, screened
porch, bath, toilet, lafutory, beautl-
ful Mini and trees. nrlrni2.ifin liUil)'
mull, balanco 131 mpnthft I forest crops for tho future. The
,,,. ., ,. ' , . .'center of the timber Industry Is fast
FOR HALE; Ilesldenco lot on paved , . .. ... ,? .
st all graded ready to build upon
and can be nnd at tho 1917 price.
14 75 cash,
FOH SALE 14 acre Industrial site,
juai ouuiue me ciiy iiihub, odi
county road, R. It. Spur on the prop
erty und It Is all hlghand-dry.
, -f. T. WAIIO CO.,
1155 N. 7th Klrcct.
FOU ItENT Tloom for ono or wo
men. Apply 203 'Main stTeet.
FOR SALE Six, room, modern
houe. Vcll located, jlne 1ov,',
largo lot, Price r25.00, terms to
ult. A real bargain, by owner.
Phono 50R. 16-17
RENT Furnished room, closo
In for two gentlemen
able. Phono $0R.
F.OR SALE I leather couch, rock
ing chair, ladles writing desk, lib
rary table. 415 Washington St.16-19
TlWateTtfTthe HcSpngfrbAhW-?111" th )roin cIo8,e to Jhf -
house Is more beneficial than modi
LIEE OF HORSE
SAN FRANCISCO, Jnn. 16. Pro
hibition saved tho life of n horse
hero the other day, officers of thej
San Francisco Society for the Pre
vention of Cruelty to Animals report-
Tho horso was hauling a wagon i
out of a wholesale produce storr
when tho floor gavo way; precipitat
ing the nnimal Into a great wlnefctor
nge al, now empty as n reBUlt of pro
hibition. If tho big tank had heW Its
customnry quota of wine tho 6or
would have drowned, tho humane of-
IS BIG NEED
NEW VOHK, Jan.
cunrerve the timber
10. Plans to
mpuiy of the
'JnlUI Mtaiui through
fnn'it inWy, In order
t: inert dm
future demands of Industry, were
Adopted today at tho annual, meeting,
o' tho Amerlca'n Foretry nssoclttlon.
The programme Includes' ejtenlon.
of federal Holdings, co-or-cmMon with
Ktntes In fire protection and sllvlul-f
tuie, forest taxation and luauranco
loans. oo .growing timber, land classi
fication and forest 'supply and search.
"Let us have a national forest pol
icy,""' sdld Charles Lathrop Peck,
president of (he association, "so the
tlmo may never como when other na
tions, may see us helpless and find
us easy to attack. The great lesson of
the forests of'France must be horns,
home to the people of this country.
There n national forest policy of 125
years' standing answered when tho
He declared 2G years "Is about the
limit of supply under our present
system of waste, or rather lack of
system with the forests our great
est nntlonnl, resources
Asserting that Industry will make
great inroads Into the present timber
supply, eve nmore thnn did the war,
''wo. must now. at once, nrovldo
"'"' lu '" 'cinc coasi. wnoi
?tbat means to a 'bulld-a-home' cam-
Ipalgn east of the Alleghenles is easily
seen In high freight rates and pro-
"Lake statee now Import lumber
for their Industries," he added, "and
the New England stntes are no lon
ger self-supporting. We must have a
national forest policy without delay."
Mr. Peck was re-eletted preside;.
Hero Is a cold-wenthnr ntnrtlnir
(Btun't that disproves the claim that
Important discoveries are man-made.
This one yns discovered by n von)'in
motor 1st. Instead of teljing on ether
mixtures and hot water bag) the lady
simply 'hitches tho electric flatiron
tc a convenient socket In her garage
Isoir straight nnd' the last, curl has
been tucked where It shows to ad
nntage, carbureter and Intake are
nicely warmed up and, the engine Is
off with the first few turns of the
starter. The scheme Itself is most
convenient, devoid of fire danger
and certain to produce the desired
results. American Motorist.
IA)S ANGELES WOMAN LIVED IX
RED AND PILLOWED CHAIR
UNTIL SHE STARTED ON TAN
VI had to he cared for Just llko a
bnhy before 1 began taking Tanlac,"
bald Mrs, Alce 'Murphy, of, 1501
Pennsylvania Ao., Los Angeles, Cal.
"Two years ngo I had a very sev
ere attack of muscular lheumatlsm,"
bho continued, "and no one knows
tho pain and torture I have suffered
since. My hands swelled until I could
hardly work my fingers (nd I haven't
been nble to put on n pair of shoes
because my feet were swollen so. 'I
"had bharp pains through my back so
bad that at times I simply could not
keep from screaming, Sometimes I
got so dizzy everything seemed to
spin around nnd then I would have
sharp pains and a chilly feeling af
terwards, I was so helpless that I
lived propped up with pillows In a
chair or In bed all the time and had
to be helped from one place to an
other. "I tried every medicine or treat
ment we could hear of, but it was
money thrown away and I got so blue
I did not care to live. Then my hus
band read in the papers about Tan
lao and by the time I had taken It
four or five days I saw it waB help
ing me. Now, after taking several
bottles, I can't praise Tanlac enough.
My nerves are so much better, I
sleep like ft child all night long, I
am already doing my housework
again and It Is the first tlmo In two
years I have been nble to get around
at all and wear my shoes,"
Tanlac is Bold In Klamath Fall?
by the Star Drug Co., and In Lorclla
by the James Mere, Co. Adv.
WOODLAND, Jan. 'lC ''Thirty-1
flvo per cent or tho school children of
California nro deprived of proper I
food and care, and the averago child
has only ono-fAurlh to one-half to
muchmllk as It should have," '
Bo 'declared WIII C. Wood Slate
Superihteddcntf'cf-Schools, when he
addressed a meeting of the Tbwn and
Country Club a- women's organiza
tion, here. t
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riEPDlNO; Jan. 16,-4-noddlng's
first nrkt Commission has, organized
by ele"ctlnV Superior Judge J. Kjjlar-l
ber, chairman;-8, C. Baker Is store-
SAN, FRANCISCO, Jah, 16 Doug
las Tffden, sculptor, creatorof many
statu commemorative of. Pacific
coastrhlfitory, has become Jnaihln-.
1st Info San Francisco factory t A lack
of appreciation of art asserted Itself
short(y after tlfe European war be
gan, be said today, and drove him In
to another line of endeavor to earn
a livelihood. . .'
SA'N FRANCISCO, Ja,n. J6 Floyd
Leo ifcClure and VIHIam Chastain.
who pleaded guilty last week to (be
murder of Anton, Schoembs, a San
Francisco police department detec
tive, hnve been sentenced to life im
prisonment In San Quentln peniten
tiary!' ORLAND, Jan. I6.i-Nels I5oterson,j
employed by P. D. Dane,,locai rpch-,
er. Is In a critical condition Jn, a
Chlcq hospital as the result of'' burns
sustained, when be came ln contact
wltha Mlve wire while working oni
the ranch wljh Bane. ,
AL'TllRAs!vJan.'l6. in a rabbit'
drlvd near,",. Centervllle, Yen miles'
iromnerc, over, ivv raoDiis were Kill
ed, "The rabbits were sold and"shlpp
ed tcj a San ,FinncIsco firm. The sale
of (he ," ratiblfV together'" with" he
bounty on 'the same will, net"heftrly
S20ft T1heJmoniv w:lll be turned o'ver
to tSe trustees of the 'County Park
at AJturas. . "
CHICO, Jan. 16. A new brand of
cleafettes distributed bv Mornhlnei
peddleig" and 60 Id to school children,!
has been uncovered here. This is ac
cording' to a statement credfted to
W. H. Marshall, local Health Offlc
er, JKhCi'lg conducting an iftvestlga
WILLOWS, Jan. 16. Despondent
oves-ill Jiealth and brooding over the
death Jo( her sister, who succumeM
f a'n3allment similar to her own
'.1ss Annie Ellis, daughter of George
Ellis, rancher resfdlng six miles west
Xctbls 'city,' ended her llfeearly Sun-
day by shooting.
' MODESTO, Ian. 16. Miss Maymejjt
Helm, pretty 19-ear-old Fresno glrl,'i
was found7 dead Monday morning un-
der a bed 'In' the Waterford hotel,
east of here, "and the police arb.en
ilfinvnrfne 'to untanirle a web of "my-:
sterlous circumstances surrounding
DUNSMUIR. Jan. 16. Marshall
Sam Fiske Xfondny captured ) Harold
W. Sascom, aged 19, on the charge
he stole a seven-passenger autorho-
bile from in front of a hotel in OaTc-
land, and has since beeriusjng the
machine in carrying passenfifers be-
tween towns in this section.'
Bnscom tried to trade a lap robe
for gnsoline at a local garage. FJske
followed t. the on til In his automo-i
bile, and caught him between Sisson'
STAR ''The Miracle Man" Special,
TEMPLE: ,!Lady of Red Butte," Dor
othy Dalton. adv
It takes nearly 130,000 of some of
the screws used In watches to weigh
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Saturday Eve., Jan. 18
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Music that makes you dance
Admission $1 Ladies Free
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