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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 25, 1920)
nnmsDAY, MAncn sa, i2
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Six p cent Farm Loans
See WILSON ABSTRACT COMPANY,
517 Main Street,
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON.
The Federal Appraiser inspected
$140,000 in Farm Loan applications for
me in February and I now have $47,000
more and another inspector will be here
this week. Loans from $5,000 to
e MAKE YOUR APPLICATION NOW.
! - 1
Arthur R. Wilson
IF BUCK PAIS .
1EH I ITS
"luh jour kidncjs occaslonly
if jou eat meat
No men or woman who eats meat
regularly can make a mistake by
flushing the kidneys occasionly, says
a -n ell known
forms uric acid
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o ther-luBBtahly niter,
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or strain only part of the waste and1 "Anarchical methods will not cre
poisons from the blood, then ou ato lasting results," said Branting.
get sick. Nearly all rheumatism, "We do not accept the dictatorship
headaches, liver trouble, nervous- , ,. . .... ,. , "
ness. constipation, dizziness, sleep- of an m,n-ity. The minority dlctn
lessness, bladder disorders come torship In Russia has shown Its Im
from sluggish kidneys. I portance In solving all really Social-
rne moment you reel a tiuii acne
in the kidneys or your back hurts,
or If the urino is cloudy, offensive,
full of sediment, itreguler of pass
age or attended by a sensation of
Ecaldlng, get about fou- ounces oi
Jnd Pnlt5 frnm anv rpH.ihln nhnr-
macv and take a tablesnoonful in a I
gias3 of water before breakfast fori
r, fntv rllt-o n.1,1 vnnr L-Mi-3 will I
then act fine. This famous salts Is
made from tho acid of grapes and
lemon juice, combined with lithia
and has been used for generations
to flush clogged kidneys and stimu
late them to actUity. also 'to neu
tralize the acids In urine so it no
longer causes irritation, thus end
ing bladder disorders.
Jad Salts Is inexpensive and can
not Injure: makes a delightful effer
vescent lithia-water drink which all
regular meat eaters should take now
and then to kep the kidneys clcn
and the blood pur thereby avoid
ing serious kIdno7 complications.
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Forty wives waa part of -i legac
left to an American soldier in a na
tive potentate in tho Philippine-"
A whale jields, on an average, 2,
000 gallons of oil.
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Suits made to your exact individual requirements.
Step in and select your Springand Summer Suit now.
We guarantee perfect-fitting, finely-tailored, stylish
jr Clothes, made by
Leading Clothiers and Hatters
WOULD AID SOVIET
' COPENHAGEN'. Keb. 1G. (By
'Mall). HjAlnxir Branting, the
i Swedish Socialist leader, and former
Minister of Finnnco, speaking at tho
recent Scandlna Ian Worker's Con
gress, declared that ho had no sym
j liathy with what ho called :ho '-in
sane ami destructivo Entente policy
towards Russia" but added that "our
joining Bolsbelsm will not help tho
Tho congress later relectod the
Norweirlni. Snctnllct nmmii to im,.
I f jw...
" rd Internationale of Moscow
"Anfrthtlnl mnttin.li. fit .
Istc problems. The giving up of dem-
ocratic principles means floundering
in the rough sea of life without a
NTNTOJ? DFn fOriCC
J '-' l l V"'1V '-' SS-IJOD
TO AID ORPHANS
PARIS, Teh. 21. (By .Mail). Tho
Junior Hed Cress of .America has
appropriated 200,000 francs for tho
vocational training of French War
Orphans. Sixty npprenticeshlpa will
be given In 13 of tho municipal pro
fessional training schools of Paris I
wliore mechanics, industrial arts,
carpentry, book-keeping, stenogra
phy, dressmaking and household
economy are taught. Tho students
enter by competitive examination at I
tho ago of 13 and upto 17.
Each orphan attending thoso
schols will receive tho sum of TiOO '
francs for each jear of study. This!
aid is to go toward -living expenses.
frar?',r'.TO.fj.vinT-sa . .
lHS2322i.'wl. ..ag!i.. tittF Mil i iff V.ti.tO
NOVEL DRUG CURE
QN TRIAL IN L. A.
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Mar. 25. A
fight against tho drug habit, waged
by supplying addicts with tho nar
cotics they crave, has brought about
I encouraging results, according to Dr.
I John Sevius, who directs a dally dls-
K i 4. II.. ..In.. I.,.-. . t.n .Alm. n. n
ItllJUilUil IIC1U IU II1U tlbLllllO, Ul t.
"municipal drug clinic."
Tho drug is sold to the addicts at
a trifling cost to them. After this be-'
camo known to them, men and worn-
en stood In line waiting a chnnco to
get a dally "shot." They were told
the city was helping them and In re-,
turn only asked that they help them-
"Can't you cut it down a llttlo?
710 Elchunka Mus-lay
253 JoNimrod N'i.Wi and SWUNWi
'20 Grover Pompey SW'A
2CC Clnda Uiggs SUNWVi
207 Marvin Itlggs FCVl
830 Mark Robinson KEVi '
307 Dolly Skron S'iNWH and WNEU ....
78 Gotllep Elksnat Sbellock....SVi .'.
21C Tom Skellock Sr SW'i
1502 Nancy Smith U'SEU and Lots 3 and 4 ,
345 Waldorf Smith S...vr:4 and N'jSEU
528 John Snipes ?"jN,iNVi and NS6NVi
85 Harry Stones Lots 4 and 5 ..
Lots 27, 28, 20, and 30
501 Janctto Tupper 8E
427 Tessle Tupper NEU (or Lots 1, 2, 7, 8, 9, 10, 15,
459 Kato Villard (John) S-4NWU and Lots 3 and 4
C02 Ack-Ack Walker KW'i
599 MInnio Walker HWViNWVi, WViSW'i nnd Lot 2....
941 Archie Weeks SWUSWU
1298 Jako Weeks Sr Lot 22
939 -Prim Weeks SNW(
G39 MIko Weoks lots 1, 2 and 3
898 Caroline William NVV'A
C27 BobsIo Wilson NW
107 Enola Chnrllo .SE'A
109 Jason Charllo SE',4
Mi Aloblo Muck Charlie UESE
WSWi, nnd SEUSWU
108 Bella Charllo (Weeks) SW',4
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The Notable New Six
s the Cleveland Six. Not really now, either, for the factory began de
liveries last Summer and s'uiro then the Cleveland has gone out over the
country into the hands of thousands of owners. And these owners say they
are delighted with it. There is every good reason why they should be delighted
with it. For the Cleveland Six is really an extraordinary car.
We cannot tell you how good the Cleveland
Six is. You must ride in it and drive it 10
know. This experience will convince you of
the power and pick up and speed and flexi
bility of tins exclusive Cleveland-built motor.
It will convince you of the comfort of
the air, contributed to so much by the low
underslung spring construction and the wide
Come let us show you what a car the Cleveland is
Touring Car (Five Passengers) $1385 Roadster (Three Passengers
Sedan (Five Passengers) $2195 Coupo (Four Passengers)
All lrlra P. n n. Vnctnrv)
CENTRAL GARAGE "- '
was n nue'Ufon askdi each person np
pljing. If tho answer was "No" tho
dobirpd amount was j;len But tho
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attendants at the clinic declnro there loss Congress should full to f ttrtlioc' jnf utlolc that In 200000 vcars old
has been a number of i eductions that suiiiioit llio unduit.iklng. Helium Is jjH Ugtorn Cuiuullnn filondu won
is gr.itlfylng large. 'extruded from natural gun by a so- ,iol. if j,0 nirri,.u u aimllt ,i. iii,,wi
"It's early to muko predictions,"
said Dr. Novius. "But they seom to
nnt to try and that's tho biggest
thing of all."
BALLOON GAS PLANT
j TOUT WORTH, Texan, Mar. 2I.
a great hollum plant from which
tho United States government hopes
to obtain non-lnflammablo ga 1n
I sufficient quantities to supply its
military baloons Is near completion
INDIAN LANDS SALE
(Continued from Page C)
M. " -
soft sent cushions.
You will be amazed at the ense of handling
your Cleveland, how lightly it steers and
shifts, and at die instant positive action of
There isn't any other light car that will
give you so much of all tliat you wish, and at
such a fair price.
COMPANY, CLEVELAND; OHIO
vcwaHVrviMtudJlvrMJvnttttiTrinirc'amt4irrriirK't 9 ' mip
here. Installation of machinery has
bgiin and It Is rxpectcil tho plant
will !.' In opoinilon l August 1, un
rrot process. 'Stales on his Hpcnlclng lours.
Consti iictlon of tlio plant, tho on-1 Prof. W. (1. Foslor of Spokiitio n
ly ono of Its kind In tho world and nt'fowvyoatH ago dixccnoreil n stump In
a cost of approximately $..,000,000 Jn pent bed amid glnclnl drift In tho
was started during tho world war'willuy of Old Mum Itlvor, southern
following a series of oxperlmonU .
cnilductoil by army and navy exports
hero and at Petrolln, Toxuh. Iloyond
tho fact that a non-iuflnmmablo, non-
cxploilvo, gas linil bcon dovolopcd
tho results of tho experiments havo
remained n secrot. Tho hnlliim plant, i wood. Tho walking stick cut from
sinco Its construction started, has tho trco that may onro havo sholtor
lieon under military guard. A naval j oil thn innhtmlon and tho, porodactji
lieutenant Is In command. W valued nt 15,000, "
T. It. Acres Appraisement Lonso Expires'
3G 13 ICO.OO $1,400.00
, 31 11 120. po 900.00 ' i
30 10 100.00 1,200.00' March 31, 1920' "
31 8 ICO.OO 1,100.00
31 8 100.90 1,000.00
,3C 10 ICO.OO l.COO.OO
32 11 ICO.OO 800.00
30 10 ICO.OO l.COO.OO April 30, 1920
38 9 ICO.OO l.COO.OO "
32 13 157.08 2,400,00 March 31, 1920
32 10 ICO.OO 1.725.00 if"
35 7 100.00 700.00
3C 7 40,00 400.00
35 7 80.00 240.00
32 8 ICO.OO 1,540.00
3C, 10 ICO.OO '
33 13 1G3i32 2,400.00 i
34 9 ICO.OO 2,502.00
30 8 159,72 1,100.00 i
30 8 120.00 1,000.00 April 30 ,1920
3C 7 18.08 1,808.00
30 8 80.00 800,00 April 30, 1920.
30 8 118.20 1,100.00
30 12 100.00 1,200.00
32 T 160.00 1,000,00 April 30, 1021 v1'
30 9 ICO.OO 2,500.00 , ,-, , v
20 9 ICO.OO 2.500,00 . .
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30 10 160.00 1,500.00 ' ' ,
30 9 ICO.OO 2,500,00 ' i
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T.U'T CAItUIKS ANCII3XT STIOIC
t-iiriiinr Pfniililnfit I'utt ...i ..a .. II.
Prof. Koitor took tho stump homo
to Seattle and whmi the Spokuim
j peoplo, on ono of Mr. T.ift'n visits,
wanted to glvo him a milium present.
they had a cano fashioned from tho