The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, March 25, 1920, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3

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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH' FALLS, OREGON
THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1020
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1 H ERE may be other things on which your
peace of mind depends, but it's a safe bet that
one of the most important is your choice of
shoes. You actually live in the shoes you wear.
When shoes are built right you live in them
in comfort. "Extra service every step, com
fort every minute" in Buckhecht Shoes.
HucKmcin' Shoes for you for active men in all walks
of life arc sold in a variety of styles and leathers from
S'6 to S12 by principal shoe dealers in the West.
BRADLEY-EVANS SHOE CO.
BUCKINGHAM & HECHT
(714)
MANUFACTURERS Sinct thi tarfyf.Jhit
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SUPPORTS H. C. L.
LONDON, Fol. 22. (Hy Mail).
Tho present high coat of food In
Kurnpo Is attributed by Sir Aticklnml
(loddos, I'rosldfiiit of tho Hoard of
Trndo, to tho fact that tboro la nn
enormous accumulation of cold In
Amorlcu, which ho estimated ut
roughly nlno tlmos inoro than buforo
tbo war. In nn address at tho Victor
la Working Men's Club ho said cur
rency bnd koiio down with a bang
That was what thoy meant whon thoy
said that cost of IIvIiib lmd advanced.
Until tho Bold now in Amoricn bo
Ban to flow to this country a fnll In
tho cost of IIvIiib could not bo ox
poctod, said Sir Aucklnnd, Thoro was
only ono (solution of tho presonf posi
tion, and that wuh that somehow this
country would havo to larBoly In
croaso its volumo of production.
Tills, ho said, would bring about a
fall In prices of commodities.
SAGE TEA KEEPS
"RAILROAD OPERATION
BY RAILROAD MEN"
I t linn fi t',,it-iii ,l iiiij I utii ijiiiin in
' flit, rnlif fit rif Imii r f ,,f f Inffitwiv fifi.1 .,-
liny" TI'Ib HtutnmniitilH typical ofi
many In editorial comment on tho
resumption of private control of the
rullwnyn. Judging by tho number of
nuwnpnporn (jtiollnc It tho following
eilltoilal from tbo Now York World i
Rtrurlt a nmpoiiBlvo cherd: j
"Thoro Is now a possibility of
railroad operation by railroad men.
Wo linvo bad railroad operation by
land-grant boomers, by politicians,
by Legislatures, by grangers, by buc-i
cancers, by CcngresH, by bankers and I
finally by government. Which was'
worHt It would bo bard to say, but all i
have Iwen unsatisfactory. Although'
In this welter of Breed and power a J
race of ercat railroad men illsap I
pearod, to bo succeeded In many I
casus by bank (lurks and farorltus, It
inUHt bo tbut thnrn urn innn cVllloil'
In management and capable of ud
mlnlsterlnB these properties finan
cially and physically In a way Just to
public, Investors and employes. Whon
It Is found that experience and knowl
edge are needed In the operation of
railroads, tho talent which the old
order has contemptuously set aside
and which no doubt still exists should
bo In urgent demand."
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REED COLLEGE WILL
MAKE OIL TESTS
I'OItTLANI), Mar. 25. Tractor
operators, auto dealers and other
users of lubricating oils can secure
expert advice on their lubricating ell,
troubles from tho physics department
of Heed college, where tests of prac-1
Itcally overy oil hold in Oregon aro'
now being mnde. I
Tests for tluto oils, prepared by
Dr. A. A. Knowlton, bead of tho
physics department. Include a deter
mination of "viscosity," which U
mcht Important. In this test, tho oil
Is experimented on to determine
how Its stickiness change's with the
rlso In temperature from tho time
tbo engluo starts until It attains
normal heut. Tho most satisfactory
oils have tbo least change In viscos
ity. A largo number of tests havo
already been made, and tho depart
ment will test other oils which they
havo not already examined.
Tho Rccd collego oil tests havo
aroused much intorest among oil
dealers. Student testers havo ap
peared before tractor conventions
and farmers' Institutes at O. A. C.
and othor Institutions. Ono Portland
oil concern has installed a laboratory
In Its plant where Iteed physics stu
dents mnko the tests devised by Dr.
Knowlton.
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CONVICT SAVES LIFE
OF HATED FOREMAN
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A human Bcuorntlon is counted ns
twonty-fivo years; a gonoratlon of
hlo3 covors sovon or olsht days.
MECCA
Billard Pajrlor
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BTost Up-to.Dato Itilllaril Parlor
In tho City
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Courtesy nnd Service our Motto
WIIKX Hll.i:i) WITH SUM'IIUUTO
IIKIXOS HACK ITS HICAUTIl't'l,
LUSTKK AT OXCU
Gray hair, howovor handsome, do
notes ndvancliiB ngo. Wo all know the
ndvantnBcs of n youthful nppcaranco.
Your hair Is your charm. It mnkes or
mars tho face. Whon It fades, turns
gray and looks streaked, Just a fow
applications of Sago Ten nnd Sulphur
onbnncos Its appearance a hundred
fold. Don't stay grny! Look young!
Hither proparo tho rcclpo at homo or
sot from any drug storo n BO-cont hot
tio of "Wyeth's Sago nnd Sulphur
Compound',' which Is merely tho old
timo recipe improved by tho nddltion
of othor Ingredients. Thousands of
folks loeommend this ready-to-use
preparation, becnuso it darkens tho
hair beautifully, bosldcs no ono ca,n
possibly toll, us it dnrkena so natur
ally and evenly. You moisten a
,spongo or soft brush with it, drawing
tills through tho hair, talcing one
smnll strand at n timo. Uy morning
tbo gray hair disappears; after an
othor application or two, its natural
color is'rostorcd nnd It bocomes thick,
glossy nnd lustrous, and you appear
yotirs youngor.
Thoro nro natlvos In Contral At
rica who can Jump flvo foot Into tho
air from a standing positiou without
an offort.
1MI0ENIX, Ariz.. Mar. 2C How
n physically powerful Mclean convict
saved the life of tho foreman he dis
liked at tho risk of his own life Is
a story 1'. II. Mllnos, private secre
tary to Governor Campbell, has
brought hero on bis return from a
trip to thn stato penitentiary at Flor
ence. Ariz.
Tbo convict, I'oto Salinas, serving
a term for burglary, had a grudgo
against bis foreman of tho road con
struction gang, "Shorty" McDonald,
hocauso of the discipline which th-3
j foreman had to Impose, according to
'Secretary Mllnos. On tho othor hand,
Salinas was cousidorod troublesome,
powerful enough to ho a source of
dangor, and spoiling under restraint.
Ills act of horoisin enmo one day
Just aftor a promaturo explosion
knocked Foromnn McDonald uncon
scious. Salinas who was out of tho
dangor r.ono, rushed In and, bofoi;o
all tho rock hud stopped falling,
threw his own body on top of that
of tho foreman.
A rock fell on Salinas' head and
dazed him, tho secretary said, but,
realizing anothor blast was duo to
oxplodo Immediately, tho convict
struggled to hia foot, picked up tho
still unconscious foromon nnd drag
god him out of dangor.
IT TTI
Minnesota Farmer was Ilcstored to
Health Four Years Ago Ily Taking
Tiuilac Says Good Kf feels Con
tinue to Tills Day.
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in Now York City alone from kid
ney trouble last year. Don't allow
yourself to becomo'u victim by
neglecting pains nnd aches. Guard
against this trouble by taking
COLD MEDAL
The world's standard remody for kidnoy,
Hvr, bladder and uric add troubles.
Holland's national remody sinco 1695.
All druggists, three sizes. Guaranteed.
LmIi far U nam Cold MwUI on ry bo
aad accept no UUUtku
"I was entirely relieved of my
troubles four years ago by Tanlac
and have enjoyed tho best of health
ever sinco," fSald Edward Hall, a
well-known farmer who lives on
Routo 3, Uox S, Duluth, Minn.
''For two years I had tho worst
sort of stomach trouble and rheuma
Usui," continued Mr. Ball, "what
litttlo I managod to eat would sour
on my stomach and I was so nause
ated aftor nearly every meal I could
not retain a thing. I would suffer
terribly from gas and. to add to my
othor troubles, I was taken with
tho rheumatism In my legs and knee
joints and got In such a bnd fix I
could hardly get up and down.
"After trying a lot of other things
which did mo no good I started tak
ing Tanlac nnd, bolievo me, I 30011
felt llko a now man. My nppetito
enmo back and I could cat anything
I wnnted without it hurting mo tho
least bit. Tho rhoumatisin loft mo
ontlroly nnd, as I stated botoro, al
though this was four years ago I
havou't had a traco of bad health
sinco. I always keep Tanlac in tho
liouso and onco in a whllo tnko a
littlo, for I bollovo it will keop any
body in lino shapo and I am always
recommending it to someone"
Tanlac is sold In Kiamnth Falls by
tho Star Drug Co., in Lorella by tho
Jnmos More. Co,, nnd in Merrill by
tho Southern Oregon Drug Co. adv.
Will sell my very choice lots on
Wood River at Fort Klamath to
highest bidder. Have owned this
property 10 years. Size of lots "100
feet wide by 300 feet deep. Three
blocks from center of town of Fort
Klamath. Descriptions of lots, two
to ulne (inclusive) block seven; lots
ono to four Inclusive Blk two; Lots
six to ten inclusive and lots ona
and two blk four all In First
Addition to Fort Klamath. Oregon.
Ednah Race Capron, Hampton Apts,
Long Beach California. 22-27
Serves you right Club Cafe 6-tt
WRIGLEY5
SCUTARI, Albania, Mnr. 25. Tho
stonmer Skodra, fjylng tho French
flng and carrying Anioricnn Rod
Cross supplies for Montenegro, was
hold up by bandits this wock whllo
on routo up tho Bnjann River, and
ono of the sailors was woundod.
Tho ship had just reached a bend
In tho rlvor whon tho bandits appear
ed with ninchlno guns and bogan to
ombnrk, a boardtng party In nniall
boats. Tho captain rocoivod permis
sion to turn about, in ordor to socuro
bettor nnchorago, but whon ho had
fully turned ho ordorod all steam
nhoad and sot down tho rlvor. Tho
bandits immodiatoly oponod fire and
rlddlod tho sidos and upper dock of
tho ship with machine gun bullets.
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