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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 14, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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THE NEW REX
$1.00 Sunday Special Dinner $1.00
Olympla Oyster Corktull
IllpO OIWlJH DIM PfuklUH
Chicken en I'nltlt'H a la King
Young Klanmtli Turkey. Celery Drusslng
linked Ham, Champ.ilgnu Sauce
Mashed Potatoes Steamed Rice
Hot Mime 1'lu
THE REX CAFE
CORNER SEVENTH AND MAIN
:IU)I INCHKAKH IN
FAIItHANKS, AlaBko, Jan. U. (Ily
Mull). Dig cropn, which In Mime It
emu, passed the spring cstlnmtrn,
were produced by Alaska farmers of
the Tnnana Valley nectlon In It) 19.
according to u preliminary report of
M. I). Snodgraas, superintendent of
the government's agricultural expert
uieital station hero.
Eighteen farmers have turned In
their year's reports and figures, mid
data are expected from about twenty
more. All are incmtiors of the Tri'ntinu
Valley AKrlcultural Association.
Wheat growerii obtained over SO
bushels from awry acre, tho report
showed. Oats surpassns wheat, yield
ing about 40 bushels per ucre. In all
the acreage reported show the far
mem raised 1,777 bushel of ontu, 1,
114 bushels of wheat, 100 bushels of
barley, 358 ton of grain bty and
244 ton of potatoes.
Try m herald Want Ada
"With cold weathor ugaln upon us
It Ia necessary to warn motorist a
bout their engine oil," said Mr. T. J
Mortell of tho Htandard Oil Com
'An oil that given satisfaction dur- Coblcnz,
lug the heat of HUiiinicr will not ncc
enxarlly give tho Hamu satisfaction
when the temperature Im 10 degree,
above zero, A poor cold text oil will
not hjiIiihIi property or even flow free
ly In cold weather, hut It congeals or
thickens oxcusslvoly. Then It becomes
necessary to run the engine without
Hiifflclent lubrication for a tlmo In
order to warm up tho oil so It will
flow and Hplimli. Of course, this per
iod of running tho engine without oil
on tho cylinder walls and other bear
ing surfaces makes for exccsslvo wear
itnd sometimes Aorlotisly damages
those englno parts.
"Zerolnnu Medium (Zeroleno Light
for Fords) Is a high quality lubrl
cntlng nil having a Zero Cold Test
That Is, It will flow freely and splash
properly In any temperatures down to
Zero. It Is correctly refined from sel
ected California crude oil and gives
correct ltibilcatlon In winter to all
engine parts from the very first
turn of tho englno."
ahu'S ti;sts aim: "iti-:i:.
AMERICAN II K A D QUARTERS,
Germany, Jan. 27. (Ily
Mall.) Continued shortage of raw
material, increased cost of coal and
wages Is being reflected In a general
Increase In prices throughout Ger
many, according to the German
A Hamburg rubber goods com
pany has announced a 30 per cent
Increase In the cost of all goods.
Leather goods havo gone up In price
enormously. Some dealers say the
price has reached such a stage that
they believe It will bo virtually Im
possible to do business In the leather
Hue If the price takes another Jump.
Trade papers have recommended
that leather goods be permitted to
be Imported free of luxury tax.
German newspapers are contem
plating an Increase both in the rate
of subscription and of advertising.
Despite the wall of high prices,
German newspapers published long
accounts recently to the effect that
many foreigners, especially Russians,
had been (locking to Germany to
take advantage of the low cost of
living, due to the low value of tho
mark. One newspaper says: "The
HEWS CLASSIFIED COLUMNS
FOR SALE Real Estate
FOR SALE 4 room house, large lot.
Kasy terms. 703 2nd St. 13-14
We are offering an unusual value
in a Reo touring car at $550, Howie
Printing, Stationery and office
supplies. Pioneer Printing and Sta-
FOR SALE Good corner lot, small "onery ""P"r- 120 Main St. 9-tt
bldg terms. 703 2nd St. 13-14 I --""
' Those desiring to learn Spanish.
, write to Miss Hlnojosa, 1113 Mala
FOR SALE Miscellaneous Ist- or ca" nhone 374- 3-'
vi 1 1 uaiiuauk wncn you want
FOR SALE Dishes, carpet, furnl-
iuru cic. iuj zna at. 13-14
garbage removed call &2J
FOR SALE Three quarter bed
fiprlng, mattress, dresser, wash
stand, small table. Phono 192M. 14
PHONE PEYTON for wood. 187
Ask for Sliver Thistle Syrup. AH
grocers hove it. 12-18
FOR SALE Columbia grapbanola ,
library table, dining table, porch
shades, call at Reclamation office be
tween ten and twelve a. m. Sunday.
We are offering an unusual value
a Reo touring car at $350. Howie
FOR SALE Used cars; 1919 Reo, JU"n(.f,ni 7 . Pe,r,ena
1918 Buick Six 1917 Flgin Six ' ranch hand, competent to take
Imperial Garace Phone 130 12-tf charSe: single man. References. Ad-
.mpena. uarage, a cone 1J0. U-tr ., j jr . Herald Office. 13.10
FOR SALE About 30 tons first
ciass alfalflhay in nTKuVCMSn
land. See Chllcote & Smith, 633 Main 1, inT C' J" Bradbury- B 2"
St. 13-16 itll
FOR SALE Elegant American wal
nut Twin-beds 'and dresser. Tel
NELSON, 11. C. Feb. 14. The cs-lC08t oi "vlnB f" a foreigner in Gcr-
tabllKhment of district ore testing
plants and free assays for prospect
ors, powder at cost to prospectors,
nnd a special transportation rate on
small ore shipments, were among the
requests made In resolutions recently
adopted by the British Columbia
Prospectors' Protcctlvo Association
and which will be laid before the min
ister of mines and the provincial leg
islature. Other resolutions asked for the rs
tabllsbment of a new school of mines
In the Interior of the province, nnd
the rejection of the section of the En
gineers' Incorporation bill whlah pro
vides that foreign mining compan
ies must employ local mining engineers.
sT aTaaw k. Vk. !n
OREGON PRODUCTS ARE ADVERTISED EVERYWHERE 1
In newspapers, in the big national maga- ' .-.
zines, in trade and technical publications ,
in farm papers, by bill-boards, street car i
oards and all the media known to the adver-'
tising world, the quality of Oregon prod-
uct3 is heralded.
This advertising is expressing the faith of ()
Oregon manufacturers in Oregon's raw mater- ,
ials, in her resources, and in the craft-. j.
manship of her workmen.
Thus thru quality and -advertising Oregon
products are establishing a world-wide J
Watch for the advertisements of Oregon N S,
manufacturers. When you buy, specify thei
products advertised. You will be helping I
to enhance the popularity of Oregon prod- I
uot3 and to augment the prosperity of the '
Oregon producer, manufacturer, and workman.
BUY OREGON PRODUCTS
Associated Industries of Oregon
many today is probably one-fourth of
that abroad. Naturally, foreigners.
attracted by the cheapness of living
conditions, are flocking to various
parts of Germany. Many of these
are Russian emigrants who escaped
to Stockholm or Copenhagen with
money enough to last them a rear or
so, but who, by coming to Germany,
find themselves provided with
enough money to last them five or
KHOULD DK HOT ONE.
SEQKANE, W'Asb-. Feb: 14. "With
the purpose of acting as "big broth
ers" to all boys in need of such as
sistance, find especially of all red
headed boys, the "Red Head Club of
Spokane" was organized here recent
ly. All men of this community, provid
ing only that their hald is of some
shade ranging from auburn to an out-and-out
red, are eligible to member
ship. It it expected that the club will
supplement the activities of the Clem
mer Red Head club of this rlty, or
ganized several years ago by Dr. H.
FOR SALE One Ford Touring car
in first-class running condition.
Newly painted. f3GO.00. Central gar
WANTED 2 green lumber pilers.
Good wages guaranteed to good'
men. W. H. Kitts, Dairy, Ore. 13-19.
FOR SALE: Dodge Car; good condi
tion. Apply 438 Wash St. 11-16
WANTED To engage a complete
mill crew to start March 1st. Good)
wages to good men. W. H. Kitts,
Dairy, Ore. 13-20
WANTED To hear from owner of
good ranch for sale. State cash.
price, full particulars. D. F. Bush..
milk Minneapolis, Minn. Sat)-
FOR SALE (3) three cood
cows, two Holsteins and one Jersey 1
wtnh0f;h.:i 'lY":.:ul"s:WANTED-By man and wife, posi
"... .. ... nwU U. ..... .U.0.
Fannie Pnrdy, Merrill, Oregon.
FOR SALE A double drawer Na
tional Cash register. J net like new.
Rex Cafe. 12-tf
FOR SALB--Several empty barrels.
Judd Low Garage. 10-14
FOR SALE One used Tord, in ex
cellcDt condition. Bee Horace Shi fl
ier, 6th St., between Main, and Klam
ath. - 10-tfr
FOR RENT OR LEASE
FOR RENT Nice sunny front rooms
for housekeeping 705 Main.
Drinking a Glass
of ffot Water is
a Splendid Habit
Cleanse and sweeten the system
each morning and wash away
poisonous, stagnant matter.
We are offering an unusual value
In a Reo touring car at $550. Howie
tion on a ranch, or take charge of
farm. August Buchcr, Klamath Falls,.
WANTED S. C. R. I. Reds or White
Leghorn one year old liens or Pul
lets now laying, give pricesl C J..,
Dnnn, Algoma, Ore. P. O. No. 37,
MONEY TO LOAN on old, -aa wott
as new bulldingsr If Ton wish.' t
buy or build a home, comparer tout.
amount of interest on' a straight Imm
with our monthly payment-plan.
Monthly payments require! ;a pay
off a 1,000.00 loan in
3 years t32 26 p-r mcrtb.
4 years 2.".. 36 per muntb..
5 years .. 2!.2t pe- month
C years 18.52 per month,
7 years 16. CO per month.
8 years .. 15.17 per month,
Other amounts in the same propor
tion. The unpaid balance of principal may
be paid nt any time.
Pacific Buildinc; & Loan Ass'n
J. H. DR1SCOLL, Agent.
AT THE THEATERS
Those of us who nre accustomed to
feel dull and heavy when we arise;
splitting heudacho, stuffy from a cold,
foul tongue, nasty breath, acid stom
ache, lame back, can, Instead, both
look and feel ns fresh as a daisy al
ways by washing the polsions nnd
toxins from the body with phosphated
hot water each morning,
We should drink, before breakfast,
a glass of hot water with a teaspoon
f n 1 of limestone phosphate in it to
flush from the stomach, liver, kldnevs
and bowels the previous day's indi
gestible waste, sour bile and poison
ous toxins; thus cleansing, sweeten
ing and purifying the entire allmea-
Detectivos who see 'Mar-ied Ven."
I drama now playtn.; at the -L'.bert;'
Theatre, may recognize among the
extra players five of the most noted
criminals of the last twenty-five
years. Tho five men have long since
been pardoned, paroled or have com
pleted their sentences. They were
summoned to the Universal City to
appear in the prison scenes shown in
One of the men served twenty-fivo
years at Jackson, Michigan, for safe
cracking. One served eleven years at
Atlanta. Georgia, for counterfeiting.
The third spent eighteen years in the
Federal Prison at McNeil's Island for
dynamiting a safe in a railway post
office, following a sensational hold
up. The remaining two of the five
celebrities served long sentences In
Sing-Sing for repeated burglaries.
It Is unusual that a famous star
should select such a bevy of brigands
to support him in a photodrama. Be
cause Jack Ford, who directed the
slartn "Marked Men," insisted that
tion has been retained in the film pre
sentation, augmented by the fact that
whereas the stage play was confined
to two scenes only, the broader scope
of the cinematograph has permitted,
a wealth of magnificent settings.
'The Eternal Triangle" it's two
reels long, and there Isn't a human
being in the entire cast. Nothing
hut dogs; every kind from Mexican
hairless to St. Bernard appearing In
the melodramatic story of how a vil
lain Airedale broke, ap the home of a
law-abiding and peaceful collie. A
DOGGONE GOOD SHOW. At the
tary tract before eating more food
The action of limestone phosphate the prison scenes be absolutely true
and hot water on an empty stomach to life, the five men were employed to
is wondorfully Invigorating. It cleans
out ull of tho sour fermentations,
make sure that the hundreds of extra
players who depicted the convict
gases, waste and acidity and gives one voles conduct themseles properly in
n fine appetite for breakfast. A
quarter pound of limestone phos
phate costs very little at tho drug
storo, but Is enough to make anyone
who is bothered with biliousness,
constipation, stomach trouble or
rheumatism an enthusiast on internal
II. I. O. K. LADIES PLAN
FIRST SOCIAL MEET.
Tho first social meeting of the club
organized by tho Ladles of the B. P.
O. E. will be held nt the Elk's Tem
ple, Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 17th be
ginning at 2:30 o'clock. All Elks' lad
les are urged to be present and be
Cards will be the entertainment of
the afternoon, but those wishing to
come to visit or bring needle work
accordance with prison etiquette,
"Marked Men" has Its last showing
'Oh, Boy!""vhlch Manager Poole
has booked for exhibition at the Lib
erty on Sunday is said to represent
the only really successful attempt
ever made to translate to the screen
the complete story of a modern up-to-date
"girlie-girlie" musical comedy
hit. For from start to finish, "Oht
Boy!" Is Just one succession of laughter-provoking,
ludicrous, farcical sit
uations, yet maintaining the romantic
story of tho original muBlcal comedy
The film version of "Oh, Boy-" is
the stage yerslon plcturized, the only
variations made being those which
were absolutely necessary and incid
ent to the translation from stage to
screen. All of the wit, humor nnd
farce-comedy of the regular produc-
SEATTLE LABOR MEN
HAVE OWN SCHOOL
SEATTLE, Feb. 14. Union labor
men of Seattle are going to their own
school, the Workers' College and are
taking courses, given by professors
of the University of Washlngtpn.
The Workers' College Is conducted
nights at the Seattle labor temple un
der the auspices of the Seattle Cen
tral Labor Council. It is open to all
citizens, men and women. A largo
number of lnbor men, including offi
cers of the council and the Washing
ton State Federation of Labor, are
The object of the college, it is an
nounced, is to stimulate a desire for
educntion among wage earners. A
mong the courses taught are drama
tics, economics, social ethics, local
government, co-operntive movements,
care of children and-legal rights and
duties of citizens.
1JY TOKIO WORKERS.
HONOLULU, T. H.. Feb. 1. (By
Mail). More than 10,000 workers of
Osaka, the second largest city in
Japan, held a labor demonstration
recently when they paraded the
streets in support of the union labor
movoment in Japan, according to a
Toklo cable to the Hawaii Shlnpo, a
local Japaneso language newspaper.
Thirteen labor organizations were
represented said the Shinpo'a dis
patch, which added that enthusiasm
ran high, but that there were no disorders,