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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 2, 1920)
FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1020
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS,
l1 Warren Hunt
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ANOTHliR THING W.VKRiTJijJXjOFi
1 P. M.
O K. BARN, KLAMATH FALLS, ORE.
20 head of registered Hereford Bulls
all coming 2-year-olds and suitable for
immediate range service.
Sired by "Lord Donald" "Rex Donald
28," and "Western Fairfax," consigned
from the E. H. Holloway ranch,
A RARE OPPORTUNITY TO SECURE
RANGE BULLS OF EXCEPTIONAL WORTH
Detailed information can be secured
from the County Agricultural Agent
PROF. E. J.TJELDSTED, Sales Manager
E. H. HOLLOWAY, Owner
COL. A. L. STEVENSON, Auctioneer
Terms of Sale Cash or Bankable Notes
FAST AUTO TRUCKS 3
of ours aro at your service
to call for and mako de- j
liveries, near and far, of any 4
size shipment, largo or small. 4
No express package too big 2
or too littlo for us to handle. 5
Our trucks make good time 4
and are In charge of expert- 4
enced, reliable men. Call
us up for any transfer Job.
Western Transfer Co. i
702 Mnln 1
Tlionp 187: Hc. soon J
100 Per Cent Satisfaction and Efficiency our aim
First-Class Automobile Repairing Done on
- Judd Low
49 Main St
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Dr. James' Headache Powders
give instant relief Cost
dime a package.
Nerve-racking, splitting or dull,
throbbing headaches yield in just a few
moments to Dr. James' Headache Pow
ders which cost only 10 cents a pack
ge at any drug store. It's the quick
est, surest headache relief in the whole
world. Don't suiTerl Relieve the
agony and distress now I You can.
Millions of men and womcriAhavn
found that headacho and neuralgia
misery is needless. Get what you ask
DRUG CACHE FOUND
VANCOUVER, B. C, Apr. 2. In
their aggressive efforts to stop the
illicit peddling of "dope," local po
lice recently brought to light a clever
device employed by an Oriental
named Yung In concealing his stock
In trade. Persistent search of Yung's
homo resulted In the finding of
J3.000 worth of drugs and hypoder
mic needles secreted In a huge pocket
bored In the top of a heavy door.
Belgium was the first country 10
organize domestic training schools
for women. The earliest was started
there Jn 1889.
Want Ads bring results.
A LEG OF REAL LAMB 2
makes as fino a dish as any
ono could wish for. But real
lamb is not so easy to get.
You can do so hero howovor.
Wo guaranteo it. Try a leg
and the very first morsol you
put In your mouth v111 toll
you the difference
Jilji. .. A. A, A. A A. -. A. A A A. A. A A A J. .
A ihoioiiRlil equipped IliMltUtli n
uftoidliu; unevi'llod facilities for llio
scientific treatment by hospital mot hi
ods of medical, surgical nud obstot
The new and modern fireproof build
ing contains prhalo rooms for bod
and iimbuliitory eases. rom)Iotoly
equipped cvutninatlon nritl treatment
roi uis, Roentgen Kay, clinical and
WARKKNT HUNT, M. D.
L. L. TKUAX. M. I).
(JKO A. MASSKY. M. .
I'OUUTH AND PINK STS..
KLAMATH FALLS. OKB.
Lift off Corns!
Doesn't hurt a bit and Freezono
costs only a few cents.
Try Freezono! Your druggist' sell3
a tiny bottle for a few cents, suffi
cient to rid your feet of every hard
corn, soft corn, or corn between tho
toes, and calluses, without ono par
ticle ot pain, soreness or irritation.
Freezono is tho discovery of a noted
ROME. Feb. 2G, (By Mull). Ital
ian women have been barred from 50
positions mostly In tho state employ
by an official announcement Just is
sued by the government. This order
excludes women from appointment to
the diplomatic and consular service
and from becoming members of the
council ot stato or of several courts.
No reason Is given for tho declara
tion of this ban but Italian observers
point out that evidently the authori
ties believe it none too toon to rntso
a barrier against the posslblo aspira
tions of Italian women for public
Processor Teresa Labriola, daugh
ter of tho distinguished professor of
sociology, has lately obtained tho
right to practice law befcru tho
courts and, after a struggle ot more
than seven ygars, Br. Adollna Pertlcl,
has obtained permission to perform
the functions ot a notary. Those in
novations huvo alarmed Italians who
hold conservative viows on tho ap
pearance of women in public life and
to this Is attributed In part the now
bar against women set up by the
NOVOROSSICK, Russia, Feb. 28,
(By Mall). Fifty thousand refugees
from all parts of southern Russia
have been camping in the streets of
Novorosslsk for several weoks wait
ing for transportation to take them
across the Black sea to a placo of
safety. Most of them aro families
of officers and leaders of tho army ot
Deniklne. All tho resources of tho
American Red Cross mission to south
Russia have been employed in ex
tending rollcf to the refugees.
Every shelter of any description
has been crowded with humanity.
Idle factory buildings, grain elevators
and rooms used as offlcos during the
day have been filled with refugees at
Thousands liavo spent their days
walking tho streets and at nightfall
have spread their blankets and scant
coverings upon the pavement to sleep.
Hospitals have boon filled to over
flowing and medical supplies have
run low whllo hundrods of cases of
typhus developed oyory day. Each
morning found hundreds dead In tho
WIERFNCIEN, Fob. 26, (By Mall).
In the two yonrs ho has boon In
Wiorengon tho formor Gorman Crown
Prince Frederick has drawn tho por
traits of a large proportion of tho
fishermen and other inhabitants on
y.ft'iK. j Mill twikmBA,'
111 "'fen III
If I J 1 flPf1' "
ii m HAIR
IMIIXCK HAS DOUBLE
LONDON, Fob. 28. (By Mall.)
Tho Prince of Wales seems to huvo
doubles in Euglund.
In tho company of two olllccrit, a
man entered a West tfnd moving
plcturo theater the other day A
lady sitting near tho door arnso,
bowed and presented tho otornal
autograph book. Tho man took tbu
book nnd.wlth a Borono countenance,
wroto "J. J. Smith," and handod
back tho volumo with a gracious
It was not tho Prlnco.
TO GET quick rosults advertise
Hunger is never more than a few days
away from the American people.
The coal strike showed us what a narrow
margin the country goes on, even in a non
perishable necessity which can be stored.
Swift & Company is engaged in the
business of fighting hunger.
From coast to coast, from the Great
Lakes to the Gulf, the lines of defense are
drawn packing plants at strategic points;
branch houses in four hundred towns and
cities; hundreds of car routes; thousands
of refrigerator cars; tens of thousands of
loyal men and women expert in their work.
Day by day, hour by hour ceaselessly,
this fight, your fight, goes on. Yet so
smoothly, surely and victoriously that you,
unaware how close hunger always is, are
as certain each night of tomorrow's meat
as you are of tomorrow's sun.
And so economically is this done that the cost
to you for this service is less than three cents a
pound of meat sold. The profits shared in by
more than 30,000 shareholders whose money
makes the victory possible is only a fraction of a
cent a pound on all products.
If hunger did not mako it necessary for us to
fight this fight in the best possible way for all
concerned, the competition of hundreds of other
packers, large and small, would compel us.
Swift & Company, U. S. A.
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nutuiA (.,tv, ini;i iiAut
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liiiimltn-illioi' KiM't lior linlr bnniltl.
filth tin i l.i'iii'il. gluxHy iitul nttriii'tlvo
with ti tiiit tit K:irt T'ii 'mil tiiilpliur,
hfiioior lici btilr tnl on tlint dull,
fmloii or stiottkeil npiii'iiiiiiire, tlilt
nI upti mixture won applied wPU won
derful olTcit. By aliliiK at any iIiiir
nolo for "Wycth' Shkii and Sulphur
I'onipouml,' you will gft a largo hot
Ho of tlilu olil-tliiui rm-lpo, Improvfd
liy tlm adillllnn uf other Ingredient,
all ro-idy to use, for about 50 immiIh.
TIiIr Hlmplo lulxturo ciut bo dopoudod
upon to lestoro natural t'olor and
tieiiuty to tho hair,
A well known downtown drugKlHt
h)h everybody iimm Wyothit Sago and
Sulphur Compound now bocnuso It
darken so naturally and avonly that
nobody can toll It linn been applied
ItV so easy to line, too. You slmplr
daiupuu a comb or soft brush and
draw t through your hair, taking on
strand nt a tluio. By morning tho
gray hair disappears; after anothor
application or two, It In restored to ltf
natural color and looks glosty, soft
KLAMATH FLORAL CO.
Ninth and Main
EX.8EUVICK MK.V, ATTENTION!
Tho roRtilar moetlngs
of Klamath I'OBt No. 8.
Amorlcnn I.crIoii, will bo
hold at 8 o'clock p. m., nt
tho City Hall In Klamath Falls, on
tho socond and fourth Tuesdnys ot
each month. All Comrades aro In
ThoBO desiring to Join tho Post
may uecuro application blnukn from
0. K. Vnn Itipor, Frod Nlrholson, or
1. II. Curnahan, all of Klamath Falls.
FHKI) NICHOLSON. Socrotary.
Klamath Lodge. No. 137
I. O. O. F.
MootH Friday nlKht of each week at
I. O. O. F. ball. rtli and Main streets.
Hyman Wcschlor, N. (),; W. C. Wolls,
Socrotary; W. D. Cafor, Truasuror.
Ewauna Encampment No. 46. I. O
O. F., nioets Tuesday night of each
woolc at I. O. O. F. hall. W. II. North,
C I'.; W. I). Cofor, Scribe; Fred
Dr. Maud Inp;crsoll Ifnwlcy
First National Dank Dullding
Entranco, Room G
0.11 MAIN STREET
Most Up-to-Datc Milliard Parlor
In the City ,
CIOAItETTES and TOBACCOS
Courtesy and Service our Motto
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