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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
WEDNESDAY, Arillli 7, 1R20
JUTLAND HERO HERE
HEWS CLASSIFIED COLUMNS
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
with Jack Shcrrill
A story of intrigue and love
Good Comedy "A WARM RECEPTION"
"WANTED FOR MURDER"
Starring Elaine Hammcrslcin
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TKRWII.LIOKH At PATRICK, I'ROI'S.
HIGHEST STANDARD PltODl'l'I IONH
BIG DOUBLE BILL V
TOM MOORE in "TOBY'S BOW"
an unusually good comedy drama
CONSTANCE TALMADGE in
"HAPPINESS A LA MODE"
a splendid comedy-drama
Friday and Saturday "MALE AND FEMALE"
THAI 'It mitt TAKE JOII
Att FOREST LOOKOUTS
HELLINGIIAM, Wus;i., Apr. 7.
Two school tcftcherH. Miss Corn Cros
by, llollliighnm, mid MIbh Thompson,
Everett, hviie been named to Hrvo
this summer at it lono fire lookout
station on Sourdough mountain,
north of hvro.
A lookout "cage" or cabin, located
at an olavatlon of 7,000 feet, will bo
occupied by (bo girls. Steel cables,
extending over tho roof, anchor tho
cabin to tlm rocks so that winds will
not hurl It down thu mouiitnliiHlde.
Tliu girls will bo tilnuo on the peak,
connected with tho outsldu world only
by 11 telephone wlro, over which thoy
will report fires. Former occupants
of tho station say bhow blows there
In July nnd August ueil hears und
ptnrmlgan frequently nro found
Charles N. Park, forestry super
visor .engaged tlio girls to tnko tho
posts for two months, beginning
WALLOWA COUNTY TO
IIU1LD 200 SILOS
PORTLAND, Oro Apr. 7. Sun
flowers will fill tho silos of Wnllowu
county farmers this year, according
x Are there any lines between your eyes? If so,
$ ask yourself the question, "Why?"
Many people have a constant scowl caused solely
I by eyestrain. This is often so disfiguring that it
doesn t matter how attractive the person otherwise
appears the scowl spoils it all.
In most cases scowls can be "smoothed" out by
relieving the eyestrain.
If you have any symptoms of eyestrain you should
let us examine your eyes at once. Don't wait until
ugly lines appear between the eyes.
H. J. WINTERS
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN
Phone 149W 706 Main
"H"H"K"H - 'M"''"!"!"M"M
to Oregon Agricultural college spe
clallhts, who say Mint farmers are
planting sunflowers heavily this year
lor that purpose. Tho flowers p:b
schs nn enormous food value, aciord-
1 Ing to the college authorities nnd
they say It, Is planned to grow them
1 extensively Just for silo purposes.
(Nearly 200 sllon irp to be built within
tho tioxt yvur, tlio college authorities
BOYS SAVE GAME
IIARRISIIURG, Pa.. Apr. 7.
Eighty-six boys in tho schools of
Lykens borough sated the game In
, tin1 state gnmo preserve in the upper
end of Duuph,ln county by helping to
get fod to them during tho recent
They volunteered to shovel snow
from the road Into the woodland
whero hords of deer and numbers of
grouse, pheasants nnd quail, recently
placed there by tho Pennsylvania
gumo comm'slon, wero in danger of
starving. Though snow drifts three
or four feet high wero piled In the
roads the boys In ono ufternoon eat
a patch through them and enabled
I tho keopor to snve valuable gnmo.
a Mirror I
w -'' r?k$
1 f? J')
fit fi .h.Kii'.
Viscount Jelllcoo, admiral of
tlio British fleet, Ib In Waahlng.
ton, D C, Jho guest of tlio nation.
It wan Admiral Jclllcoe who coin
mnnde'l tlio British fleet In the
ono Mr naval battlo of the war,
tlio Jutland clash with tho Ger
SAN FRANCISCO, Apr. 7. With
tho temperature nt 65 below zero, a
.mini has to keep moving or freeze to
I'ntrlck Glldea, Knlghto of Colum
bus Secretory, nt Fort Gibbons,
Alaskr. "farthest north" of tho
K. C. huts has chosen the first of
the two horns of the dilemma, ac
cording ot a report received by Al
bert G. Uiigley, Director of Western
I Department War Activities, Knights
'cltnowledgln n-cHpt if a thlp-
jroent of school books sent to him by
Director Ilogley via dog sled route,
"Tho mercury keptn firm pace to
.'I trom between "I" ili'gtcs rit'il I '
degrees from January 12 to Febru
Smokers, music nnd lessons in the
K. C. "but" before a blazing fire,
however, mndo tlio soldiers forget
the bearish trend of tho mercury and
they beat the punching bags, literal
ly flat. ' ;
DEATH CLAIMS TWO
Rev. Hugh J. Marshall returned
J last evening from Lakeview, where
he was called by tb; orlous illness
of Rev. Father Ilrady and several of
the bheepmen In thut county. WJillc
he !W thero two sheepmen die,d
Frank Moynnhan, who has been n
resident of Lake ct-unty for the past
12 years, and Con O'Connor, who'but
recently arrived from Ireland. Tho
latter Is a cousin of Jerry O'Connor,
who lives on the Merrill road. Father
Brady was well on tho rond .to re
covery when Father Marshall left
O. A. C. SUMMER WORK
CORVALL1S, Ore., April 7. Ex
tensive work has been outlined for
the coming summer school at tho
summer school nt tho Oregon Agri
cultural College hero. Tho school
will bo held from Juno 21 to July 21
und will givo courses In practically
all the departments covered, in the
regular school year.
MARY AT WHITE HOUSE
Ktyf jVwwKjfri ,
' - -x'G- jy rj
Mary ricktord Is vty proU'J of
ibis plciuro It t.liows Mio fmftous
movie star at Washington r.t the
White, House making a call. And
Mnrv w3 wnlrnmrwl hv "'I
CORVALLI8, Or., Apr. 7.
1(5 )(!itrs old; In dend
I Oruririy, a venornblo lion
by Lcuton C. Rice, North Fifteenth
U ,,, ni ., i . l.
Hlreet, Corvnllls, ended one of t'10
j loriK'-'Ht laying careers Known ncrn
arid wan hurled In Htato hy tlio own -
ot'h fumlly. This hen, a i;rado I'ly -
mouth rock, produced eggs regular-
ly for 15 years, and successfully
raised a brood almost every season.
Ten of her eggs from twelvo laid
when sho was in years old, batched
strong chicks. During tho present
spring tho old hen laid IS eggs. Sho'
was normally actlvo and seemed pos
sessed of abundant vitality until tho
last week This lion was exhibited
! ii- a prodlpy it the Herlo'i countv
' corn show last November, and at-
traded much attention there.
I Granny was namedd because of(FnlIl(- Seo owner Hot Springs hotel,
her remarkable capacity for mother- O. A. Sosland. b-7
ling. Apparently any young creature
In feathors of fur was welcome to
J 1 . protection ol her wing rh? per
mitted n kitten to rest there on one
! occasion. But ruts and mlco wero
I her abomination.
Killing mice was
her common practice, and on one oc
casion sho was discovered ending
the career of a half-grown rat. Ap-
I parently sho cared for rodents only
From her fluffy chick days. Gran
ny was potted and talked to, and
grew up totally unafraid ot people,
Sho displayed uncommon Intelli
gence, and learned to obey simple
commands. She appearedd to recog
nize her name, and wouldd follow
members of the family around the
yard like n pet dog or cat. The
children of tho vicinity found great
amusement In bringing her grnss
hoppers and other small insects, dur
ing the summer months, which she
would eat from their hands.
Ono peculiarity of this hen was
:t she was '1 - knuwn tc in'klo
The family of Sir. Rice have three
of Grnnny's progeny, which they de
sire to keep till It appears whether
the characteristics of the mother
have been transmitted to the young
In the big conventions of the lum
ber industry held during the past
few months women have had a
prominent part for the first time.
Their participation In the proceed
ings has served to direct attention
to the fact that they have become an
Important factor in the sales and
other branches of the Industry.
The kitchen of oie of the big hotels
In New York is an acre in extent.
To drink wine undiluted by water
was regarded by the Greeks as bar-
All tho famous old liquors' were
Invented and manufactured entirely
by monks. ,
Chicago has a motor hospital which
visits remote districts to treat pa
tient'. More than 10,000 railroad locomo
tives are standing 'idle in Germany's
STOCKS AND BONDS
Following are today's quotations
on tho New York exchange:
' Liberty Bonds
First, 3- '. $96. SO
First, converted 4s 91.20
First, iK 91. 4S
Second, ii S9.5S
Second, 4 .'. 89.74
Third, m, 92.94
Fourth, 4 i S9.90
Victory bonds, 3 ',4 . 97.84
Victory bonds, 4Yt 97.86
Pounds sterling $3.99
Kroner (Sweden) r... .2215
DR. T. C. CAMPBELL
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
I. O. O. F. Building t
'Residence White Pelican Hotel
Residence Phone 5.
Extra llenvy Art Hugs ilxQ for $0.50
T. O. HAGUE
Willits Building City
FOR SALE Real Estate
njFOI! 8AL13 Kour-room houso,
-uranny. bnlh) to))ct ,10t nm coJ(1 wator;
Iflth and Prospect; lot 52x140. This
owned Ih offered nt a bargain to enablo mo
jto rnlso money to pay paving charg-
c'' "" uiiuru IJIUVK, M. 11. 1JUIY, uox
1 12 City G-9
1 FOR SALE 3-room house, G blocks
. of Main St., good lot 52x110 feet
Splendid, well-built building, suit-!
ablo for paint shop or could bo con
verted into appartments or lodging
houso. $1000, one-half cash. Chll
coto & Smith. C-7
FOR SALE New 5-room plastered
houHC, Michigan Ave., immediate
possession. $2750; terms. Chllcoto
& Smih. C-7
FOR TRADE 40 Acres second bench
land, $800, near Grays River,
Wiish. Will rnnuller Inf In k'lnmnlh
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
FOR SALE ScpiI potatoes, lie If
taken at once. Phon.j 197W.
Soott w- McKendreo, Klamath Falls.
FOR SALE Buggy tad good double
harness, 708 9th St. 5-8
FOR SALE One two-cylinder
twelve h. p. Marine engine In good
running order, complete with At
vrter Kent Ignition fourteen Inch
reversing propeller am! wheel start
er. A first class boat outfi:, (Oft
$1000. Price is $300 .'ash. Address
C. II. Harpst, Reclamation, Oregon.
FOR SALE: Good wheat anil bar
ley straw ,?G.OO per ton.
2-tf Phone 269J.
FOR SALE: One Evenrude motor
and 16 ft. hull. Will make 10 miles
per hour with eight passengers. Guar
anteed .first class condition through
out. Terms to right party. For
further particulars address Richard
Besse, Algoma, Ore. . 5-7
FOR SALE 1V ton Ford chassis.
Lewis Garage, 423 Sixth st. 2-8
'FOR SALE: One Reo, new top.
newly painted, 5 new tires. One
1920 Maxwell, perfect condition, 6
new tires. One 1918 Bulck-slx,
guaranteed perfect condition, 6 cord
tires. Imperial Garage, Phone 130.
FOR SALE For the next
weelt3 at Turner's sawmill,
inch wood for from $2.50 to $3.00
a cord. 29-10
FOR SALE: Angora goats, 350
head, all high grade. 275 does.'
Registered bucks. Ell W. Davis. R.
F. D. Bx 162, Ashland, Ore. 29-8!
FOR SALE: The Herald will place
your message in the hands of over
9,000 readers every night for only
five cents a line.
FQR BAU34 sadde horses g00fl
after stock, cheap; 6 work-horses.
ready for spring plowing. Phone
FOR SALE 1 3V Studebaker -wagon,
1 3 H narrow-tired wagon
Storage Batteries Chargcd..H. Shidler
Used cars for sale one 1918
Chevrolet, first-class running condi-
tlon. Prices are right. Central Gar-
FOR SALE One Shire stallion, six
years old. Several head of young
work horses. Inquire of Enterprise
Ranch, or phone 253J. 12-tf
Serves you right Club Cafe 6-tf
FOR SALE A double drawer Na
tional Cash register. Just like new,
Rex Cafe. 12-tf
FOR SALE Used cars, 1917 Elgin.1
Imperial Garage. 25-tfi
Serves you right-
Club Cafe 6-tf
FOR RENT OR LEASE
furnace heat, use of phone and
bath. Phone 4 35.
FOR RENT Gnrnge for one car at
Ot JUII1. I JiUUO 111-JU. u-i
FOR RENT Furnished room. 815
Jefferson St. 5-10
FOR SALE: Second hnnd United
Motor truck of 4 tons fully equip.
ped for hauling, excellent condition
for only $2750.00 F. O. B. Portland,
Oregon. For, particulars, write Thom
ns Randies, 26-North 15th St., Port
land, Oregon. tf
FOR RENT Space in these columns '
at five cents a Una a dny. A line I
hei Is read by thousands every i
'Mann at tne Hot spring Bath house
PAllM FOR. BENT OB SALE Near!01" t tne ntOl Office 1-tf
Klamath Falls under ditch. Ad
dross R. Herald office. . 12-tf
A Herald Wont Ad will sell It.
FOR SALE Two fresh cows with
calves by side. Win. F. JInnetto,
Merrill, Ore. C-C
FOR SALE Two good cook stoves,.
2 kitchen cabinets, 3 tables. Over
Klamath Dopt. Store, 3rd and Main.
HEMSTITCHING- 10c per yard. L.
A. Burgess, 131 4th St. C-9
Bervcs you right Club Cafo 6-tf
Electric Appliances II. Shldler
L. K. Porter, Contractor, box 2RI.
PHONE PEYTON for wood. 187
CITY GARBAGE When you want
garbage removtd call fa2J.
Electric Wiring H. Shldler
Printing, Stationery and office
supplies. Pioneer Printing and Sta
tionery company. 126 Main St. 3-t
WANTED Cook and man for ranch
N. II. Bogue, City. 6-8
WANTED Strong lady to cook for
fifteen. W. H. Kitts, Dairy, Ore.
WANTED Several men, between
ages 18 and 41. Steady oositlous,
clean work, 60c per hour, S brs. i
Phone 23 9W after 5 p. m. cr see L. A.
Will at postofflce. 3-8
WANTED 300 bucks to pasture by
experienced caretaker. Plenty of -good
feed and shade and water. Ad
dress Box 111, Klamath Falls, Ore.
ROCKMEN WANTED W. D. Miller.
2326 Sixth St. S-tC
WANTED Timekeeper for con
struction camp. Must be experi
enced in timekeeping and commis
sary charges. Applications must be
In own handwritting and state full
experience and salary wanted. A. B.
WANTED Dental work by a womaji
in exchange for work of almost any
sort. Box D, Herald. 5-7
WANTED. TO BUY A small house
with largo lot, close in. Give lo
cation, price and terms In first let
ter. Box 99, Herald office. 31tC
ROCKMEN WANTED W. D. Miller.
2326 Sixth St. 5-tI
WANTED To rent before July 1, a
gjx or Eeven room modern home,
unfurnished. Mrs. Wilbur Jones,
703 Pine, Phone 218J. 2-7
WANTED Clean cotton rags, 5c per
pound. Central Garage. 30-tf
WANTED TO BU.Y Second hand
kitchen range, must be in good
condition and price must bo right.
'Phone 375. 30-tt
n0CKMEN WANTED-W. D. Miller.
2326 Sixth St.
WANTED Painter to paint 6-room
house inside and out. 730 9th St.
WANTED TO BUY A small house
in good location, with large lot
Price must be reasonable, with
terms. Address R. C. S. Herald of-
WANTED At Klamath General
J Hospital, an assistant cook. Phone
Storage Batteries H. Shidler
.WANTED A message from you to
the readers of The Herald, if von
have anvthing for sale, for rent, lost
Serves you right Club Cafe 6-tf
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Between the Gun Store and
Judd Low's garage, n Knight
Templar's charm. Reward of ?5.0U
for loturn to J. B. Auten, 1205
Worden avenue. Phone 452-M
LOST-A golden opportunity to sell
your home, your farm or anything
j you wish to dispose of, it you do not
use the classified columns of The
I FOUND A chance to dispose of any
0f the Innumerable articles that
tyou have stored away In your cellar,
! attic or barn. Turn your waste Into
I cash. There is always someone who
wants just what you have for sale.
Find him through the classified
columns of this paper.
TAKE A PLUNGE
The plunge and baths ot the
White Pollcan hotel nro now open
to the public. Those wishing to en-
ignge them may arrange with Mr.
Words that most puzzle poets to
find rhymo wordc fcr aro silver, win
dow and chimney.
Murphey's Feed & Seed Store
126 South Sixth St