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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
TUESDAY, APRIL 111, 1020
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BID WE SALTS
Hnjs llnrknchc In Hlgn you line
been cut lug too much
When you wnko up with backache
and dull mlsory In tho kidney ro
glon it gcnornlly means you havo
boon eating too much meat, says a
well-known authority. Meat forms
uric acid which overworks tho kid
neys In tholr effort to niter It from
tho blood and thoy become sort of
paralyzed and loggy. When your
kidneys get sluggish and clog you
must relievo them, llko you relievo
your bowols; removing nil tho body's
urinous wasto, olso you havo a back
ache, sick hcadacho, dlizy spoils;
your stomach sours, tonguo Is cont
oil, nnd when tho weather is bad
you have rheumatic twinges. The
urlno Is cloudy, full of sediment,
channels often cot soro. wator scalds
IF KIDNEYS ACT
!-and you nro oungcu to book runui,
Ljltwo or thrco times during tho night.,
7 Rlltinr rmiKiiR n irnml. rollablo
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physician at onco or got from your
phnrmnelBt about four ounces of
Jnd SaltB; tnko a tnblospoonful in
u' glrtus of wator before broakfatit
for o fow days and your kidneys
will then net tins. This famous salts
is mndo from tho ncid of grapes and
lomon Julco, combined with Hthln,
and has boon usod for gonoratlons
to elenn nnd stlmulato slugglBh kid
neys, nlso to neutrnllzo acids In tho
urlno so It no longer Irrltntos, thus
ending bladder weakness.
Jnd Salts Is n llfo savor for regu
lar moat oators. It Is Inexpensive,'
cannot Injure nnd makes n dollght-'
lul, offorvoBccnt llthla-wator drink.
In Egypt cottonseed oil enko scorns
to bo proving n satisfactory substi
tute for cool. Tho presont value of
tho oil cako Is less thun a fifth of tho
cobt of con).
One-cent Snlo this week,
H I I t I iJ-l-l
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YOU THERE AND BRING
BACK WITH A SMILE
CHANSLOR & LYON CO.
Pacific Coast Distributers
Largest distributers of automotive equipment
(Continued from Pngo Two)
prohibition of eti'ld ln'inr in, nt best,
only a negntlvo attnek upon tho
problem. It Is not thoioi'ghly effec
tive In promoting tho economic wel
fare of tho nation unloss tho tlmo
spent by the child In Industry Is de
voted to ndequnto schooling and to
nctlvlty which will develop his phy
sical well-being." The report an
nounces tho "startling fact" that of
the .ri . r. 1 0 , 1 C 3 lllltorato persons over
ten years of ago In tho United States,
moro than C8 per cent wore nntlvo
born. Attention Is cnllcd to tho fact
that tho federal government up to
tho present "makes no provision
which assures tho non-employmont
of children In street trades and vnri
ous blind alloy occupations during
tho tlmo thoy should bo nt school."
Tho Conference stntes thnt, in
presenting its recommendntlonB
"thoy nro not morcly designed to
tide over a troublesome rmrlod of
tho ovlls pointed out," It snys. ''were
in oxistonco beforo tho war nnd will
remnln in oxistonco If steps nro not
taken to remedy them." In conclu
sion, tho roport snys, tho reforms
ndvocatod nro urged "not with any
feeling of pnnlc but with the belief
that they will not only contrlbuto
lnrgoly townrd tho elimination of tho
cnuses of Industrial strlfo, but that
thoy will mnko for tho introduction
in American industry, of those dom
ocrntic principles whloli constitute
tho most precious horltngo of tho
Tho roport Is signed by Socrotary
of Lnbor Wilson as chnlrmnn; Hor
bert Hoovor, ns vice-chairman and
tho following othor members of tho
ii.wr. iih move
and it will arrlvo at your new
nbodo snfo and undamaged.
Wo handle all articles, l.ouvy
or light with cavo, pack thorn
skillfully nnd dellor them
promptly. Wo shall ho Bind
to quota rates for moving
work upon nppllcatlon. A
phono cull will bring us to
see how large a van or moro
will bo roqulnd.
Western Transfer Co. f
Phono 187 1 Res, 200R
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CHARLIE'S PLACE I
in the world
Cenference: Mnrtln H. Glynn,
Thomas W. Gregory, Illchard Hook
er, Stanley King, Samuel McCall,
Henry M. Robinson, Julius Rosen
wald, (leorgo T. Slnde, Oscar S.
Straus, Henry (5. Stewart, William
O Thompson, Frank W. Taussig,
Honry J. Waters, George W. Wlcker
shnm. and Owen D. Young, Willard
E Ilotchklss and Henry R. Senger,
AT FULL CAPACITY
Lumber mills In the northwest aro
operating practically at cnpaclty to
keep up with tho persistent demand
for lumber that is coming from all
parts of tho country, according to tho
weekly Report of tho West Coast
Lumbermen's nssoclotlon. At 120
mills In western Oregon nnd western
.Washington reporting to tho associa
tion production for the week ending
! April 3 wns 91,470,124 feet, the re
port says. This volume was only
97G.876 feet, or 1.06 per cent, below
, normal for tho week. Tho report
' "Inndoqunte car supply keeps ship
ments substantially below production
nnd prevents tho mills accepting
somo of tho business offered them.
Total Bhlpmonts for tho week wore
74,605,076 feet, of which 58,020,000
feet moved by rail, 7,299,266 feot
wont to California by wator, 4,637,
' 863 feet was oxportod and 4,648,847
feet was delivered locally.
"Now business accopted by this
group of mills was 80,046,384 feot,
or 5.440.40S feet moro than thoy
"Tho mills contributing to this ro
port still havo 10,822 cars, or 324,
600,000 foot, of unfilled rail orders
on tlteir books, besides 61,735,647
feet of domestic cargo orders and
52,504,905 feet of export ordors an
nggregato of 438,900,552 feet.
"Latest calculations show that
stocks at tbo mills nro somewhat
The Society of Friends of Greek
Women has boon organized for the
purposo of bringing over to America
ovory year n group of choson Givok
girls, to bo educated in practical
branches of modern culture and tho
various accomplishments common to
tho woll-bred American girl.
Ono-ceut Sale this week.
PREPARED FOR '
CHirAdO. April 13 Delegate
lit the republican nntlonul conven
tion, opening hero .Mine 8, will ho
nblo to fonfT with representatives
of other ntntcH without leaving their
To 'llrniriiit( a large part of the
confusion Incident to conference) ho-
twpen delegates on the floor, C. It.
Hall, superintendent of the Colis
eum, has arranged for the Instalia
tlon of telephones connectlnK nil
Btnte, district and territorial dele
gallons. It l Hal (I that this will he the first
time that such n system has been In
stalled at any national convention.
There will he r3 telephones In
service, reaching the 48 state groups
and tho rorrecentntives of tho Dis
trict of Columbia, Alaska, Hawaii,
the I'lilllpplnes and I'orto Rice.
The convention architects havo com
pleted plans for the Coliseum, In
cluding nn extrn balcony that adds
approximately 1,100 to the seating
capacity. Work on the balcony and
the concntion offices, In the Colis
eum annex, will start May 3. The
Chicago convention committee Is
spending $47,000 on changes to the
building to accommodate the dele
gates and more than 10,000 specta-J
One-rent Side this week.
WILL VISIT AMERICA
TOKIO. Mar. lfi, (Bv MaiU-
Prince Hlgashi Kuni, brother-in-law
of the Emperor, is planning to visit
and moke a personal investigation of
activities of Japanese there and the
conditions surrounding them. First,
however, ho will study or two years
In tho French Ecoie ueuuerre, or
In China the bridesmaids always
wear black, and instead of being
young maidens are old women.
One-cent Sale this week.
NOTICE OF GUARDIAN'S SALE
In the County Court of the State f
Oregon, for tho County or Kiamntn
In tho Matter or tne estate ana
Guardianship of R. M. Richards n.
nn Insane Person.
Pursuant to nn order made by
tho Honornblo County Judge of the
County of Klamath, State of Oregon,
dated the inth day of April. 1920,
notice is hereby given thnt the un
dersigned will sell, nt private sale,
for cash, at Klamath Falls, in the
County of Klamath und State of
Oregon, on nnd after the 10th day
of June, 1920, the undivided one
half interest, and also all tho right,
title and Interest of said R M. Rich
ardson, an insane person, in the fol
lowing described real property, sit
uated In the City of Klamath Fall3,
County- of Klamath, State of Oregon,
Beginning at a point distant fifty
feet and benring north 32 degrees 14
minutes west from a stone monu
ment In the center of the northerly
end of Conger Avenue in said City,
thenco running north 32 degrees 14
minutes west seventy-three nnd
thirty one-hundredths (73 30) feet.
thenco south 72 degrees 12 minutes
west to Link River, thence soutn
eabterly down Link Rivor to a point
benring south 72 degrees 12 minutes
west from the place of beginning
thence north 72 degrees 12 minutes
east to plnco of beginning.
Also beginning nt a stone monu-
mont In the center of tho northerly
end of Conger Avenue, thenco north
32 degrees and 14 minutes west 50
feet to tho northenst corner of said
lot, thence south 72 degrees nnd 12
minutes west to Link River, thence
down Link Rlvor to a point south
72 degrees nnd 12 minutes west or
tho point of beginning, thenco north
72 degrees and 12 minutes east to
the point of beginning, all of said
proporty being a portion of lot 8,
section 32, township 3S south of
range 9, East of Willamette Me
ridian. Tho proposed sale will be made
subject to t.he approval and con
firmation of the county court of said
county and state.
Dated at Klamath Falls, Oregon,
This 10th day of April. 1920.
J. W. SIEMENS.
If you are troubled with paino or
aches; feel tired; havo headache,
indigestion, insomnia; painful pass
age of urine, you will find relief in
Ths world's standard remedy for kidney,
liver, bladder and uric add, troubles nd
National Remedy of Holland since 1696.
Three sites, all druggists. Guaranteed.
Leak fee la tuw Cold Medal ea every tea
r- aa4 accept M IwJUrinn
Klamath Falls Cyclery
Wo handlo tho best In our lino,
such as Motorcycles, Bicycles,
Parts and Accessories, Goodyear,
Pennsylvania and Diamond Tires 1
and Tubes. The house of tho
two and three wheelers, includ
ing Hurley-Davidson Service.
O. E. BISMAKK
115 8. Oth Ht. Klamath Fall
We open storo every Tuesday and
Friday from 10:00 n. m. to 4:00 p. m.
Many arc the good things wo can
show. A dollar saved Is a dollar earn
ed. In bulng good thugs cheap as
you may learn, you will never be In
debt nnd have to skip If you buy your
LUCKY DICK & CO.
201 Klamath Ave. Corner of Cth St,
W. E. McABOY
Ituilds nn thing In tho cabinet
line. Doors, Screens, etc.
Shop at 110 Eighth St.
). O. CLEGHORN
Civil Engineer and Surveyor
Office 617 Main St.
Phene: Office 100, Re. 192J
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.
Dr. E. G. Wisecarver
Dr. P. M. Noel
Serentb aod Main Street
DR. G. A. MASSEY
Fourth and Pine Sts.
In Warren Hunt Hospital
Off. Phone 497 Res. Phone 86M
We Do All Kinds of Spring Repair
ing New Ones Hade to Order
Axle Straightening and
ALL WORK GUARANTEED 1
Phone 250-Y 617 Klamath Ave. !
729 Main Bt
Jack Monrow, Prop.
Cigars, Tobacco, Soft Drink,
Peel and Billiards
Barber Shop In oCnnectlon
"Courtesy and Service"
' 517 Mala
ARTHUR R. WILSON
EX-SERVICE MEN, ATTENTION 1
The regular meetings
of Klamath Post No. 8,
American Legion, will be
held at 8 o'clock p.m., at
tho City Hall in Klamath FallB, on
tho socoBd and fourth Tuesdays of
each month. All Comrades are in-
Tli nan rinnlrfne to loin the Post
may secure application blanks from
G. K. Van Riper, Fred Nicholson, or
T, H. Carnanan, all oi juamata runs.
FRED NICHOLSON, Secretary.
Phono 43 4 W.
LoomU Hldg., Klumatn Falls
DR. C. A. RAMllO
I. O. O. F. Building
Now Open for
Mrs. Rosa McDanlels,
301 High St Phone 455
OfTlce Phone 177W Res 177R
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
Physician and Surgeon
Klamath Falls Oregon
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
Office and Residence
I. O. O. F. Temple
E. D. LAMB
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Rooms 1 and 2
420 Main St. (New Bidg. Later)
DR. A. A. SOULE,
420 Main 1909 Main
DR. T. C CAMPBELL
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
I. O. O. F. Building
Residence White Pelican Hotel
Residence Phone 6.
SAW BULL ENGINEERING A
Designers and builders of mod
ern Saw Mills, Planing Mills, Box
Plants. Complete plants contract
ed. Appraisals and reports made.
Dredging. We contract to build
any class of a building and install
machinery of any kind.
Drafting of any kind done. Blue
Prints made. PHONE 149J
Office in K. D. Building
I am now prepared to furnish
Shasta Sand from the Hoey, Cam.,
jand and gravel pit, In any quantity
that may be desired by contractor!
AL F. GRAHAM.
Let Your GLASS troubles
C. E. STUCKEY
Re-Glazing and Cabinet
Eleventh and Pine
Klamath Lodge No. 137
I. O. O. F.
Meets Friday night of each week at
I. O. O, P. hall, 5th and Main streets.
Hyman Weschler, N. G.; W. C. Wells,
Secretary; W. D. Cofer, Treasurer.
Ewauna Encampment No. 46, 1. O
O. F., meets Tuesday night of each
week at I. O. O. F. hall. W. H. North,
C P.: W. D. Cofer, Scribe; Fred
FOR THE PItnSIDENOY
WARSAW, March 1G. (By Mall.)
The constitutional commission of
the Diet adopted a resolution recent
ly providing that to ho eligible to
the presidency of the Polish repub
lic a candidate must ho of Polish na
tionality, at least 40 years old, and
Roman jathollc or Protestant in
religion. Tho commission began its
task of framing tho Polish constitu
tion nearly a year ago.
If the electricity now generated
annually In the United States could
be used in a single gigantic nitrogen
lamp, it would almost eaual the sun
itself In brilliancy,