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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 7, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
Wednesday, avuui i, inso
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MIMna fcYi'tT'-TliiTJfirr' -"' r'- .""- " w
e Great Savin k'
Fne Quality Coffee of America''
in llie FIVE pound vacuum
packed can,& realized mora
and more by the Ehrifty
First in Flavor Unaurpnsccd
in Quality and Economy.
GOLD. OIL, ATTRACT
j MANY TO MONTANA
HELENA, Monl , Apr. 7 Two
oil Holds (iml a mv gold Hold (ire
Idinwlng tho ni"tif uroiin from far
ind iioar too Montana.
Tim ItMindup ill Held h lit t ! o Jew
a.Mi-:i than tlio in w WltMH'tt-Mos-by
fluid. Morn rec nt of ilUcovury.
I The ooi'l rush ,9 '" tno Bcolioy
'coi.ntry. whrii- on1 ntiinyliig u high
!us 1 120 to 11 a ton In digging n well,1
Isicrord'ng to reports. Morn thnn n
! hundred claim were staked within
n fow liotirn nftor tlio nnnoitncuiiiont
iof ltd dlwovory. '
I Oil novUvrn who hnvn Invaded
Jutnto I.mil projects, riovornor Stow-
nrt linn announced, mtiBt vacate or
ho will tnkc stops to form thorn out '
i Clafthon hotwecn nncliar und oil
mini Imvq been reported.
DOT OF SCHOOL
Alfo enll in
ouo rtnd thren
l&Jjlill -a. nrnTifflw pound vac
hti,TSPtZM MK Packed
People s M
&& .'l ... a
WHY SHOULDN'T THE
OHECON AGUICL'IrTRAI. COL
I.ECH. Corvallls, Apr. 7 Modem
r huslnc in mi advertise because Jt
' lintm Konil returns, no why Blioiild
1 not farmer ndvertiso since farming
, l n limlnes? Many funnOrs do use
riWcrtinK ns h men n of Bothering n
'fuw t-xtrii dollars frm odds and ends
'IvIiik nbout tlio form. nc-ordlrig to
'. J. Molntoidi. assistant profussor of
f industrial Journalism nt the Oregon
i Agricultural college-
"Ktiimf r aro advertising their our
1 plu produce, high producing pure
bred plant pud animal products and
outsrown farm oMilpment In their
''ommunity inwpapor." sayo Prnfes
ii h 40 or CO add In t.xud UusVaS
M .NY I'ltlvSt'SMIMIOXH
MCCi OP UKAI, I.A.MI1 i
mnki'H tiM fine a dlnh ni liny J
ono could wIhIi for. Hut rual 1
lam I) Is not ho uuiy to Kft. I
You ran do m lare liowovor j
Vn Kuurantc-o It. Try n Ipr 1
mid thi) vu ry firm innrcl yon
put In your inoiitli lll tell
you tlio diffiwnro.
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, VANCOl'Vnil. II. C, Apr. 7.
I Tln-' hundri'd anil flftuen thousand
1 in r prescriptions wore Issued !u"t
.cur h, lirltlsh Columbia p'ljtlcians,
icror; ng to tlio niinunl repor' of tho
irihillt!on commissioner. Diirini;
ye:ir. In oil lirltlsh Columbia. 25.0J0
Kitllons of rye woro prfacrllicd, and
!on!y 0.051 of scotch. Total sales
iiinonnted to $1,079,000. Amond
nionts to tlio Urltlsh Columbia act
'l.m.t li'i'i r presrrlptionn liurwafler to
e'glit i 'i:i os, Instead of two ijuurts
Itpiimm I'lly Wiiniiiii Won I'n.'ililc lo
, l)i HotiM'uorlt 'iiIiih Tlilrly
' I'lw I'oihiiIh by TiiUIiik TiiiiIiic
i "I am ono of iho hPOltluT. and
h.ippli'M woinr-n In tho stati' and I
own It all to Tnnlac." fii.lrt .Mrs. W.
B riilpinunn, a woll-ltnown woman
.of Kansas City, Mo., who llvo Mif.
Rcarrltt Ave. Mrs. Ulilcmann's hus
band Is foroman of Jaekard's, one
of tlio largest Jowolry stores of the
, middle wost. "Sovornl times my
nolKhboiH oxpcctPd mo to die, hut 1
am so rhaiiKOd now llicy hardly
know mo," contained Mrs. Ulile
mann. ! '! suffered from nervous Indiges
tion a year and for tho last throe
months was unable to do nnythlm;
at all and I had to take my daughter
out of school to care for me. Even
a drink of water would sour my
stomach and caused the gas to press
against my heart until I could hardly
breathe. Tor days at a time I would
not bo nblo to eat anything at all
and I foil off until I was almost skin
r-nd bones. I was so weak and dizzy
I could hardly walk and whan I
would hnvo my worst spells of indl
gftlon the neighbors would liavo to
come and work with mo and I would
juot gasp for breath. Nothing did
mo any good and I knew I could not
stand tho attack. much longer.
"Ono day my husband brought me
come Tanlac but I was so bad off
I took four bottles before I could see
It was doing mo much good. I have
now taken thirteen bottles and my
.health is perfectly wonderful. My
'nppetlto is flno and I can eat any
thing; I have Rained thirty-five
pounds and feel so well and strong
I now do all the work required to
take care of my family and our six
room home without the slightest
trouble. I want the public to know
what Tanlac has done for me, for it
mav help others back to health."
I Tanlac is sold In Klamath Falls by
the Star Drug Co.. in Lorella by the
.iame3 Merc. Co., and in Merrill by
the Southern Oregon Drug Co adv
Klamath Falls Cyclery
Wo handle tho best in our lino,
such as Motorcycles, Ulcycles,
I'arls and Accessories, Ooodyoar,
Pennsylvania and Diamond Tiros
and Tii1m;h. Tho houso of the
two and three wheelers, Includ
ing Ilurlcy-Davldson Service.
C. K. IIISMAIIK
115 H. (Hli 8 1. Klmnntli FalLs
Wo open store every Tuesday anJ
Friday from 10 00 a. m to :00 p. m.
Many arc the good things wo can
show. A dollar saved is a dollar earn
ed. In buying good thngs cheap as
you may learn, you will never be in
dolit and have to skip if you buy your
LUCKY DICK' & CO.
201 Klamath Ave. Corner of Cth St
W. E. McABOY
IliiildH Hiljtliln;: in (he cublnct
line, Doors, Screens, etc.
Shop at 110 Eighth St.
.1. C. CI.KGHOIt.V
Civil Kngiriccr and Surveyor
Office 517 Main St.
I'limics: Olilco JOO, Ilea. 102J
O. K. FEED & SALE
Under new manage
ment Best care taken of all
stock placed in our
barn. Horses, harness
and wagons bought,
sold and exchanged.
l Drug Fads Mo. 36 1!
!ONE CENT SALE
AT STAR DRUG CO.
thing gets customers so ?
certain as square dealing. !
VAXrorVEH. II. C. Apr. 7
Kvrly tl is Summer hydroplanes will
provide tho Stewart mining camp all
tin comforts of a rural mail delivery
ami will deliver from the southern
irarbciB everything from prunes to
n nb r. S',eral machines are now
'i .; or--.'TV t "1 in S'.it!o n:id o-v-iy
nof mouth the f.n,t ono will fly to
pare ueai urug ator
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WIIKN YOU WANT ANM'iilM!
In o hurry ndvertiso for H here.
MALE VOTERS WILL
' OUTNUMBER WOMEN
ICut less meat, also tal.e kI'114' 'f
Halls before o'ltiiiK
' XTrlo ncld In ine:u excltoa tfyn 'tM
noy, tlicy bocome ovirwnrKoil; got
sIUKgfsh, nrho, nnd feol llko Iiiiiids
of lead Tho urlno becomes cloudy;
tho" bladder la Irritated, and you
may bo obliged to peok lollof two or
tliroo times during tho night! Wlnu
tho kldiioyu clog you ' must ' 'holp
thorn Hush off tho' body's urinous
wastq or you'll bo a rpa.1 Blck. pqrsoji
shottly. At first you fool n dull
misery In tlio ltldnoy region, you
suffer from backache, sick Uoadaolie,
dlzzlnesi, stomach gctn cour, tonguo
coated nnd you foel lhoumatlc
twlngos when tho weather Is had.
Eat loan moat, drink lots of
wntor; also got from nny plinr
innclst four ounces of .Ind Salts;
takn u tahlcspoon in a glass of wator
boforo broakfast for a fow days ana
your kldnoys 'l then act flno.
This famous salts is mndo from tho
acid of grapes and lomou Juico, com
bined with llthln. and has been used1
for gonoratloiiB to clean clogged kid-'
novs nnd atlmulato them to nonnnl
activity, also to neutralize tho adds
In urlno, bo it no longor in n sourco
of irritation, tliun ending bladder i
.Tnd Salts Is Inoxponslvo, cannot
Injuro; makes a 'delightful offorven
cont llthlo-wator drlnlc which ovory
ono should tnHo now and thon to
keep tlio kldnoys clean nnd actlvo.
Druggists horo Bay thoy soil lots of
Jad Salts to folks who bollovo In
overcoming kidney trouble while it
Is only troublp,
WAIIUNGTOJt, A-r. 7 l!ullots
cast by women In tho coming presi
dential election will full shoit of tho
potuutlal men's vcte by over 2,500,
000, provided tho suffrage amend
ment is ratified and stnto registration
laws t'liuctod in time to puimlt woinon
nil over tlio country to participate,
iicccrdlna to estimates by tho Na
tional Woman's party.
With tho 1910 ctnsun as a baBls,
tho Woman's party ratu.iatos tho
nu'mbar of men cllglblo to voto at
29.577)000, and tho possiblo woman
votetM nt 2C.8S3.5C0. In 191G, liow
ovor, tho actual vote caat for all vari
ous presidential candidates wus 1S,-52S,7-t;!,
omitting ballots thrown out
for cause, which leaves over 11,000,
000 possible votes unregistered, If
os largo n proportion of tho mon vot
ers romaln Indlfforent In tlio coming
Oloctlon, woinon political leadora horo
any that tho oagornosa of woinon to
oxorclso tholr nowly acquird prlvi
lego may nioro thon offsot tho dis
parity In numbers botwuen tho soxes.
In five of tho states, mor6ovor,
woman of voting ago outnumber tho
mon. Massachusetts has tho greatest
preponderance of women "voters"
wlth.58,2Gl mora women than mon,
North Carolina Is next with a wom
en's majority of 15,288 and South
Carolina with 10,1107 Ib third. In
Ithodo Island women of voting ago
putuumbor tho men by 3,190 nnd In
Maryland by ,292.
W tli tl.O'finol adoption of the
"ixtwth Amendment to the Cons' 1
tution of tl-e I'nlted States, 20,883,-
5CiJ women bocsiuo eligible, to vote
lu nil oloctious. Seventeen million
woro already untitled to oto for
President under etoto laws, nd 7,
000,000 woro outltled to voto for
membrrs of congross under stato
WUon a young woman w.is stop
ped.rocon.tl3r from smoking in tho
ttstaurttut of tho United States Sen
ate in Washington slio took bar
c.uie to tho highest authorities, lu
this rn.se tlui senators themselves,
with the result that in futuio a wo
rn:1 n will bo permitted to enjoy her
ci.;nretti) In the Senate restaui.int if
she so desires.
Thoro was an old hollot that any,
child born on tho laBt sovon days of
April would "dyo a wlckoddo Dotho."!
i IT'S TRUE
I Wo tt ank the people of Klamath
Falts and vicinity for the nice busi
ness you havo given us since wo pur
chased tli- store last January. Wo
hope to continue to deserve your pat-
ironoge by improving eu: service still
1 Wo w!f'i to announce at this timo
that we will give ou the opportunit
of taking advontago of our first F"omi-
nnnual Ono Cont Sale on Thursday.
Friday and Saturday, April 1", 1
and 17 .At this salo n penny doe
tho work of a dollar. While many
of you understand the Uno Lent bale
'and have taken advantage of it in
tbo past, a word of explanation will
not bo amiss:
j Tho Ono Cent Salo is operated b
tlio United Drug Co., of wliicn wo are
stockholders, for tho purpose of rla
!ing their niorcnanuiso quiciuy -foro
tho public. It is a quick method
j Tho plan oplained. You buy one
nrticlo at tho regular retail price, and
by paying ono cent more you got two
' of tho same article. For instance ono
1 tubo of Rexall Tooth Paste coats you
P.Oc. two tubes 3,1c. Tho salo is con
ilnod solely to articles listod on the
I special circulars. Tho list will nppoar
'in noxt Wednesday's Herald. Watch
for. it. Out of town customc-s may
obtain nn advance copy by sending us
tholr nnmo and address. You had
better preservo Uie list, chock tho ar
ticles you wantand bring the list to
the Ltoro with you. The revenue tax
.whoro required, will bo figured sep
'atatoly nt tho rato of lc for csch 25c
I The list contains 'ono hundred and
,ten different articles, including rtub
;her goods, Toilot articles, Drugs,
jllomo remedies, Hair -brushes, Sta
tionery, Community allvervvare, puro
, food products and ennd)'. AH tho ar
ticles advertised nro now in the-store
1 You will not bo disappointed If you
Dates of Sale. Thursday, Friday
'nnd Saturday! April 15, 1C and 17.
j Nothing -will bo sold at sulo prices be
fore our timo of opening, Thursday
I morning, nnd nothing aftor our timo
'of closing, Saturday evening, Thoso
j sales always open nnd close promptly,
j Don't forgot tho datos.
Tho Star Drug Co. is a co-partnership
owned and controlled eoxclusivo
'ly by tho prosont proprietors. Mr. It.
E. Dowcoso nnd Mr, Phillip S. Pope.
No othor person or corporation olthor
in Klamath Falls or any othor locality
havo any Interest In this buslnoss.
Dr. E. G. Wisecarver
PHONE 85 1
Dr. V. M. Noel
Seventh nnd Main Street
DR. G. A. MASSEY
Fourth jukI Pine Sts.
In Warren Hunt Hospital
Off. Phono 497 Kes. Phono SCM
I.OmnN llldtf., Klaiiiiitli Fnlln
Dlt. C. A. HAMIIO
I. O. O. I', lluildlng
Now Open for
Mri. Ho-in McDanlcls,
301 High St Phone 455
Oince Phono 177W lies 177R
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
Plijslrlnn and Surgeon
Klamath Falls Oregon
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
, ' Surgeon
Office and Residence
I. 0. O. F. Temple
E. D. LAMB
PHYSICIAN AND SUIl&EON
Kms 1 and S
420 Main St. (New MiIr. Iitcr)
UK. A. A. SOUI.E,
420 Main 1909 Main
SAW MILL EXOINKEIUNG A
Designer and builders of mod
ern S.ivv Mills, Plaiiiug Mills, Ba
Plants. Complete plants contract
ed. Appralal and reports made.
Dredging. Wo runtr.ict to build
en la-s of a buildiii); and insiull
maclilnery of any Kind.
Drafting of any Kind done. Itlue
Prints made. PHONE 140J
Office In K. D. Dullding
We Do All Kinds of Spring Repair
ing New Ones Mndo to Order
Axle Straightening and
ALL WOUK GUARANTEED
Phono 250-Y. 017 Klamath Ave.
Phone 4 00
I co Cream
729 Main St
Jnck Monrovv, Prop.
Cigars, Tobacco, Soft Drink,
Peel nnd Billiards
Harbor Shop In oCnrrection
Of It MOTTO
"Courtesy and Service'
1 am now prepared to furnlrh
Shasta Sand from the Sloey lam,
-nnd and gTavel pit. in, any quantity
'.hat may bo deslrt'tf by confactora
Ud Ifallders ,J"
AL F GRAHAM
Let Your GLASS troubles
C. E. STUCKEY
Re-Glazing and Cabinet
Eleventh and Pine
ADVERTISE FOR WHAT
want and you will get it.
ARTHUR R. WILSON.
Klamath Lodge No. 137
I. O. O. F.
Meets Friday night of ear' u el; at
I. O. O. F. hall, 6th and Ma n -.iree3,
Hyman Weschler. N. O.: W C Veils,
Secretary; W. D. Cofer, Treasurer
Evvauna Encampment No. 40, I O
O. F., meets Tuesday night of eacU
vvoek nt I. O. O. F. hall, tt II North,
C P.; W. D. Cofer, Scube; Fred
IN TEXAS FIELDS
EX-SERVICE MEN, ATTENTION I
SSSex T1' roBU'ar meetings
IirlH ot Klamath Post N0, 8'
Sw -Amorlcnn Loglon, will be
'-fibE$ hold at 8 o'clock p. m., nt
tho City Hall in Klamath Falls, on
tho second and fourth Tuesdays of
each month. All Comrades are In
cited. Thoso desiring to Join tho Post
may secure application blanks from
O. K. Van Riper, Fred Nicholson, or
t. H. Cnrnanan, all of Klamath Falls.
FRED NICHQLSQN, Secretary.
- AUSTIN, Texas, Apr. 7 Tho
waste of natural gas in Texas, which
at one J timo d amounted lo 300,000
cubic feet, or tho fuel equivalent of
20,000 tons of coal, per day, has been
roducod until thoro is no consider
able wasto, according to a statement
from tho cil and gas division of tho
Texas railroad commission.
Tho statement said in part:
"Tho railroad commission gives
credit for this happy condition largely
to tho oporators, who havo shown
such a splendid spirit of co-operation,
especially so when thoro is so llttlo
mnrket for gas as at presont, and
whoro, In many casos, if the wells
woro allowed to blow, thoy might
como In as ,good oil producers,"
Tho Cunard lino, originally kuown
ns tho British and North American
Steam racket Co., will bo 80 years
old next Jnly,