The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, March 18, 1920, Image 6

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THE JEVEmNti,: HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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The Evening Herald
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E. J. MUIU1AV
Ktlitor
F It 13 D S O U Ij K
City Kiltlor
Published daily, except Sunday, by
The Herald Publishing Company ot
Klamath Falls, nt 115 Fourth Street.
Entered nt the postofflce nt Klam
ath Falls, Ore , for transmission thru
the malls as second-class matter.
Subscription terms by mall to any
address in the United States:
Ono year .. $ 5.00
Ono month - - 50
Member of the Ao-ncintet Pre.
The. Associated Press is exclusively
entitled to the use for republication
ot all news dispatches credited to it
or not otherwise credited In this
paper, and also local nows published
herein.
All rights of republication of spe
cial dispatches herein are also re
served
THURSDAY, MAItCH 18. 11)20.'
"SHAVETERIA" IS NEW '
CONVENIENCE IN T. H.
HOXOLFLF, Mar. IS The cafe
teria has become second nature to
the American dining public, and the
grocerteria is making a determined
appeal to the housewife; but it has
remained for the Knights of Colum
t.ut to "spring a new one" on tho
Hawaiian Isjands. with tho establish
ment by Secretary Louis A. B-agley
of a "shaveteria" for soldiers, sail
ors and marines who are overnight
guests of Casey In their service men's
clubhouse. -
Bagley has installed a collection of
safety and garden variety of razors,
and In the morning, often as many
03 sixty uniformed guests line up be
fore the mirrdrs and beautify them
selves by the time-honored process of
elimination of hirsute adornment.
Although the K. C, secretary keeps
busy almost 24 hours a day devising
entertainment for tho hundreds of
army and navy men who visit the
building, they all vote tho "shave
teria" one ojtrthe most popular of
the many services offered thorn by
the Knights.
COLOMBIA REDUCES
. IjMRORT-TARIFFS
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SAX FRAN018CO, Cal., Mar. 18.
News that Colombia mayi lower Its
high tariff on, American canned
toods ih an efort totrieet the demand.
In the republic that the government
take steps Jdt reduce thecost of liv
ing has encoUrdged .producers on the
Faciflc Coastto. hejlevethat similar
action .rolghU.be-brought about In
. other. ' South (.American ' countries,
where prohibulveTarlffs- have kept
ihese. Aperjcn.ijrtjjlttqta' ot of the
markets. :1' ', !'' ' ' '
Commercial organ Izattonr-are-tak-.
log the' lead In .EL.compaign to show
r Boutpfarit&''&&ntJUlre . in
, the United ttjbejlesirabllltr of j
bringing .food lpfca.trn their own
countries down by this method.
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IX)S AxOEtS.'j.'Mar.u' 18.7-Mrs.
Mildred Harris Cha.lfei,twlfe,'6f the
motion, picture, com ejl I an, will take,
"court action"' unless.) jier husband
returns her, aVco'rdfn'g to an Inter
view with the Los Angeles Examiner
today. According to the Examiner,
Mrs. Chaplin has not seen her hus
band for two Weeks.
Jump from Bed
.in Morning and
DrinK Hot Water
Tells why everyone should drink
' hot water each morning
before breakfast.
To see tho healthy .bloom In your
lace, to see your skin get clearer
and clearer, to wake up without sa
headache, backache; coated tongue
or a nasty breath, In'fact to feel your
best, day in and day out, Just tryin-
fllde bathing every morning for a
week.
Before breakfast each day, drink
a glass of real hot water with a tea
spoonful of limestone phosphate in
it as a harmless means ot washing
from the stomach, liver, kidneys and
bowels the. previous day's, indigest
ible waste,' sour bile and toxins, thus
cleansing,- sweetening and purifying
the entire alimentary cannl before
putting morp food into fhe stomach.
The 'action 61' hot'tyater and lime
stone phosphate on an empty stom
ach Is wonderfully invigorating. It
cleans out all the sour fermenta,
tions, gases and acidity and gives
' ono a fine appetite for breakfast.
A quarter pound of limestone
phosphate will cost very little at the
drug store, but is sufficient to dem
onstrate that those who are subject
to constipation, bilious attacks, acid
stomach, jheitmatic twinges or whose
skin Is1 sallow or pallid, that ono
week of inside battling will have ;
them looking and feeling better ov-1
ery way. i
Charter Xo. 7167 Reserve District No. 12
Itr.lHHtT OF THF. CONDITION OF THE FIRST
NATIONAL 1IAXK AT.KWAMATH FAMjS IN THE
M STATU OF OttKCON, AT THK t'l.O.SK OF Ill'MMCSS
OX FEU, a, 1020.
resources.
I. a Loans and discounts,
including ledlscounts
(e.cept those shown In
b ami c) . 1.222,072.!C
Total loans ... 1,222,072.96 11,222,072.96
2 Ov ei drafts, ecui'.'d.?
unsccuied, . J1936.-U. .. 193G.U
0. I, s. 5o eminent so
on I tics tmued:
a Deposited to secure
circulation (U. S. bonds (
par alue) 100,000.00
b Plc.tged to secure IT,
S. deposits t par value) 10,000.00
c Pledged to K?cured ,
postal salngs deposits '
tp.xr alue) a. 15,000.00
f Owned and imp edged 6,300.00
h War Savings Certlfl- , ,
cates and Trlft Stamps
actually owned .. 1S2.50 131.4&2.G0
0. Other bonds, securities, T
. c: . ' , - -!
, b Domts (other than U. i .
jT S. bonds) pledged to to- . -; - ,
"- J sure postal savings do- ' - - F J-
posits 20,000.00
c Roiuts and sectultit's - -v
tfTl (other than U.,S. secur- ' ' .' iWH'UJ
itics) p edged as colla
teral for State or other
deposits (postal exclud
ed) or b Us pnynb t .... 5S.S00.00
e Secuiltles, other than
' V bonds mot including
stocks), own!d and un- , , ,
pledgd 53.S02.27 132,'602.27
7. Stocks, other than Feder
al Kcccrvo IJank stock 100.00
S. Stock of Federal Ke
wrve Hank (50 per
cent of subscription).... "' "yz 3,706.00
9. a Value of banking t '
house, owned and unin-
cumbered . 30,000.00
b Equity ' in banking e
house ,. 30,000.00
10. Furniture and fixtures ' 11.S50.31
II. Real estate owned oth
er than banking house 1,300.00
12. Lawful reserws with
Federal Reserve Dank 111,577.37
14. Cash in vault and net
amounts due from
national banks 428,505.39
15. Xet amounts due from
banks, bankeis, and
trust companies in the
United States (other
than Included In Items
12, 13, or 14) - 4.S5S.96
17. Checks on other banks
in the same city or town
as reporting bank (oth- ' " ,
er than Item 16) 10,711.73
Total of Items 13, 14,
15, 16, andl7 . 444,076.68
IS. Checks on banks locat
' ' ed outside of city or.
town or reporting bank ,
and other cash Items ' 5,380.61
19. Redemption fund with '- " '
U. S. Treasuier and
due from U.S. Trea-
surer .-. ' 5,000.00 , , ,
i 20. Interest arped. but not
., collected. approximate .
.,. r on Notes and, Bills ' - -s
Receivable.not past duj 14:599'.38
& , I .b
Total 12,115,677.79 a"
LIABILITIES
22. Capital stock paid in 100,000.0"
"23. Surplus furid i... '- ' t '26,000.00 r"
24. a Undlvldedprorite ..$ SI.401.C3 ' i '
h Less current expenses ,- '.
. interest, and taiea paid 15,446.14 ,.13,956.49 '.
1 - 25. Inteist and a discount " "
collected or" "credited JIT- ' " 'e
, advance of maturity r u .---'? i . -.
i v and" nor earned (ap- ' n C.A ,. ., Jt
proximate) " "3.610.99
r kpj 26. Amount reserfexf t or - ' -i '
. taxes accrued ..-..i. ,i "," -i: : fiz34'4C e
standlnfe !.-.. .Ut.t... .JOO.OOO.OO,.
30. Net amounts dueto Na-
tlonal'banks - ",-" r "'Z2,,M.Z2U''
i i i 31r Net ' amounts' due to ,
banks; bankers, and '
trust iompanie., In,. the -- . (.
United States and for- .'V. HW rf
'-, i eignpuntritTsVother '
than Included In lte"ms , ,. , '
29 or 30) -...."...::. ' ". ""12,065.70,.
32. Certified checks ( but- ' "' il .'voo,l""
;."' .. ',, Bnil?K u s ' - -' ' 2,679:49 ,
33. Cashier's checks oil Own , -.,!.. J ,
bank outstanding". 5,630.72 ,,
Total of.lte.ms 29. 30,"' ' ' v '
31, 32 and 33 J...1?....:...:.. 53,284.23 -iVito -
Demand tlrxmits -(other - - - -r ,
than banlcdepoiits) sub- , . j a, jr ,. u
Ject to Itesene (deposits ,,, h,
payable within 30 days .; " '" 0j3(5 --J.
34. Individual deposits ' '' J"- ' "
subject to check - -, l,388f799.22
35. Certificates of deposit
due in less than 30 days
(other than for money
bororwed),.,...!..:, , 63,637.16
j . 36, State, copnty, or other "' ' ' ' l
municipal 'deposits se
cured by pledge of as- j' ' . , j '
sets of this bank ' ; 68,800.00 '
38. Dividends unpaid 300.00
Total of demand de- v '. '
posits (other than '
bank deposits) sub- ...,,
Ject to Reserve,
Items 34, 35, 36, 37, ' """ " ',-
38 and 39 1,501,836,38
f " Time deposits subject to Ite f - w
ene (payable after 30 ' f
days, or subject to 30 . ' ,
days 'or more notice, and
postal savings) :
40. Certificates of deposit ,j, ,,, i
(other than for money ,, ( '-.,
. borrowed) ' M "'114,580.86
42. Postal savings deposits , 1 "IK, 546:20
43. Other time deposits " sjl40,963!02
Total of time deposits .-. AtWW
subject to Reserve. mr''ffi
Items 40. 41, 42; A y$MJ ,
nnd 43 260.089.08;, fSf.
44. Unltel Stntes deposhw mm
(other than postal savings) :
c Other United States
deposits. Including do
posits of U, S. disbursing
officers '. v t 9,666.16 9,666.16
40. b Other bunds borrowed
for which col ateraL se
curity was furnished.... 40,000,00
A' Total ,.... $2,110,677.79
"" State of Oregon, County of Klamath, ss:
I, Lesllo Rogeis, Cashier of tlio above-named bank, do
solemnly swear that tho above statement Is Jruo to the
best of my knowledge and belief. -
LESLIE ROGER.?, Cashier.
Subscribed and swotn to before mo this 15th day of
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Spring Tonics
Now Is tho time to take some
thing o tone up tho sMtom and
purify the blood
Kexnlt ttartupiirllln Tonic $1 25
Jnviies Saisnpnrlllu $1 25
S.S. 3 M.20
Itexall lliunhou Hilar lllood
lltillilor 2"
lloodt Sriinpiirllln - $1.50
Uuxnll Iron and Ciiscurn
Tonic t 25
Lsko Tonic $1-
Poptmui $ 00
lti'Mill Kmulslon C.d I.Ivor
Oil . $125
Kexnll Compiiiiiiil Sirup
HypciphospliUes $1.25
Sulphur nnd, Cream
Tartar Lokcnrjcs
A pleasant antr effectlvo way to
take this old reliable spring
medicine.
Ilo of 60 huonges . . .. 25c
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Shaving Needs
Williams Stick, powder or
Cit.un
CnlEiiti'i Stick, Powder or
Cream . . . .
Itnxull Stick, Powder or
Cienm
Veiiiiens Shaving Cream ..
Shnvnid ..
Lewis' Shavezeo
Sf.r
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35c
G0c
. COc
toe
.)5c.
$i.jri
50c
50c
Kranks Lather Kreeiu
Lilac Vegetal ....
Violet Witch lltiol, pint
Extract Witch Hiiznl, pint
After Shaving Talcum
Colgutes und Williams Har
bor Uur cuke
:t:ic
15c
STAR
Office Supplies
Stationery and
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.Match
1920
iSenl)
CORRECT-
HOOP-LA
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THE circus Is hero what a bunch
of traperes!
And look at tho man Jn tho Ford!
By Jove, ho' rides reckless and steers
where he ploasesi
"Ma, Bee thq half-lady?"
"Yes, show her to Sadie."
And there is the skinny man
Lord!
Now Zip the What Is It primod for
bis captures,
The .giant's monster to fear.
The beauty Albino arouses our rap
tures. ''
And look at her swallow
j That sword- Is she hollow.!
The circus Is here!
THE cirtns is bert) In the giant
arena
The tumblers are tumbling about.
The leopird, the lion, the laughing
hyena
'Stand by" In their cages,
Each otto of them rages
While trying his best to get out.
The lion-faced boy and tho charmer
of boas,,
The monkeys with cynical leer,
And animals larger than ever wore
Noah's
All zigzagged and spotted t
And striped and whatnoted
The circus Is hero!
THE circus Is here and It stars
Mabel Normand,
The rollicking, frolicking minx.
You'll fall for her face, nnd you'll
fall for her form and
You'll give her full credit
She's there you hnve said It.
She stars In tho photoplay "Jinx."
This Jinx of tho circus Is Jinx to your
worry,
No frown on your faco will np
pear. She'll rid you of all your blues In a
hurry.
And no one Is able
To do It like Mabel
The circus Is here!
STAR TONIGHT
CENTENARIAN HALE
DESPITE HIS YEARS
OAKES, N. D Mar. 18, William
Edgerlon Grlgsby, of Oakcs, who
took a Jaunt to California somo tlmo
ago to spend tho cold months with
his daughter, has colebrated tho ono-.
hundredth anniversary of his birth.
Orlgsby was born In Daron county,
Kentucky. Ills father was a Virgin
ian and his grandfather fought in
the Revolutionary war. In 1849,
tho younger Grigrby Joined In tho
gold rush to California and ho
thought It appropriate) that ho should
sponl his centenary In tho Golden .
State. , ,
Grlgsby Is considered unusually 5
alert and Insists uppu writing his1-:-local
frlonds. Ho hopes to roturn to .
Oakes in the spring,
SPECIALS
Friday and Saturday
ONLV
Lord Baltimore Linen
21 HheetH papor. 21 einelopi'M.
HiiNen slightly broken i papnf In
iintdu bed. UU- Miluo 27e
Fountain Syrinrjc
T'o quiirl, Riiiiinnteed no year.
$2 00 vnltto r' 9
Candy
L.ire HUgur-cnutt'd Joiilan Al
monds, regular $1.00 pound, 79c
a pound.
k Talcunv -UMit'o
Dorated ThIciiiii. Hosti ami
Violet ' 17c
Crcme Oil Soap
:i inkviH fur
Toilet Paper
1000 sheets In each roll, regular
20c, 2 rolls 35t'
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Opcko Coffee, lb. v 45c
pitici:.s no not incia'ii:.iii:vi:.ti:
DRUG COMPANY
l)i:Wi:i:Si: M POP!:, Pnipiletors
mcoJUL
The
Store
Mail Orders Filled Promptly
1IERT E. WITH ROW. Notary Public.
My commission explicit Dec. 7, 1920
Attest:
E. it. RKAMES
A. M. COLLIER
RUFUS S. MOORE
Dlrectois.
DIOGENES WOULD
HAVE,LIKEDHIM..m"r-,hnn.Vy?nra: . .. .
KANSAS' CITY, Mo., Mar. 18.-
Charged with speeding a man recent-
ly faced Judge Edward J. Fleming ot
the South Side court of Kansas City.
The pAtrolman who made the arrest
failed to appear in court.
"How fast were you rldlng"'quur
led th'e Judifc. ' '
''At 'feast forty mlles'nn.h'dur," re
plied the defendant unhesitatingly.
"You're an honest man discharg
ed," said the Judge, v
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i Danner-Patty
'"'iompany
Ford Authorized
Fordson Tractors
E. R. DANNER F. B, PATTY
Authorized Ford Agents , "
First carload sold already. Better place that order
and be ready also. Received notice of advance on
' Implements. We have a stock of Oliver Tractor
Plows and a special price less than last year's list
prjee to offer you.
We are still taking orders for Ford Cars and increas
ing our parts in stock, also shop equipment and have
added some expert mechanics. We hope, to give ,
Ford owners the service according to Ford Motor
Company's policy. Give us your patronage and it
will be appreciated.
The following purchased Fordson Tractors from the
.last shipment.
Wilbur Miller
S. W. Sullivan
Anton Krupka
Harvey Martin
Gray Bros.
A. T. Yamagutchi
Van Meter & Smith
l4-.4.V.4,4,3i
Housccleaning Help
(lint lighten your lab 'is.
('lmim)lH Slctiin 50o to t
1.00
25 c
IHIr
25c
Old Dutch Cli'iiiiMer, 2 mint
Kaiil-Kluith
Cnlel Lliiuld Oloit .... .
Itiifli'i'tn Kutnltiiro PoIInIi
Liquid Vi'iicvr 3(lc mill
llorn.x, pound . .. .
WiihIiIiik Smlii. 2 PoiiiuIm
Aqua Aiiitiiiililn, pint .
No (I DlHlnfectnnt (hIx tlnnm
MroiiKcr than carlnilli'
iie'il) fi-tr.. il.lc, lil-o,
Itulilior (llint'it, pair
otic
36c
a.if
tl.le
000
Velvo-Kid
P r i'Ii'iiiihIiik KM (llovi'H, nllkH.
I.acii mid nil tli'liuato fabrics.
I'lnt Ilottlo 35c
Office Supplies
roi.I'MNAIt HOOKS
Tho only kind of book for nrrur
ato act- iintlng to comply with
(ho liiiiimu tux Iiiwm, 150 pagcit
S, 12, lti r.ilnmiiH . II 50
Ecommiy l'oncll Alinrpeners $1 85
Old Colony Wilting Fluid
quart
Pint -,.
1-2 Pint
Typiiwrltor Rilibouit .
Carbon Paper, box . ,
Lottur Files
Loom) Leaf Memo Honks,
$1,115
IHIr
1.1c
75c
M.7.1
SGo
with
fillers, .. 7.1(1 lo SI..V)
I.ooMi Loaf Price Hooks, with In
dex and I'lllers ijW.OO to ?tl.t0
tax
Kodaks and
Films
FIVE PERISH IN
DAKOTA BLIZZARD
HISMARK, X. I) Mnr. 18. Flvo
are knon to bo dead and thoiiHauiU
of dollars worth of damago Ih done
! to property ns resultx ot it blizzard
that today In sweeping Nmth Da
kota. Thii-bllunrd U declared to 1
the worst that has occurred huro in
i no morm toiiay is gradually suu
slding andthe' tempcraturo Is sink
ing to normal.
One girl gave her llfo to savu her
slstur and brother. Another girl and
her three brothers perished although
a futile effort was made by a friend
to savo them.
KANSAS CMJIL
TOPEKA. Ko. Mar. ..Half n
liunderd Kanimns In tho American
contlngeni of the army ot occupa
tion on the Rhine have organized a
"Kansas Club on tho Rhino."
Motor
Sales and Service
GOODYEAR
AND TIRES
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