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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 22, 1920)
THURSDAY, ATRIIi 22, 1020
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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is a science
Zerolenc is a high-quality oil made in various
consistencies to meet with accuracy the lubrica
tion needs of each type of automobile engine.
By exhaustive study and engine tests our Board
of Lubrication Engineers has determined the cor
rect consistency of Zerolene foryourmake of auto
mobile. Its recommendations are available for you
in the Zerolene Correct Lubrication Charts. Get
one for your car at your dealer's or our nearest
station. Use Zerolene for Correct Lubrication.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
There Is a correct trade of Zero.
lene (or your tractor. Get our
booklet on its Conect Lubrica
tion. Aik our sgent for a copy.
T. J. MORTELL, SPECIAL AGENT
.Klamath Falls, Oregon
DIE EATERS GET
The American men and women
must guard constantly, against Kid'
ney trouble because V4' eat too much
and all our food 1b rich. Our blood
is filled with uric acid which the kid
neys strive to filter out, they weaken
from overwork, become sluggish;
the ellmlnatlve tissues clog and the
result is kidney trouble, bladder
weakness and a general decline in
When your kidneys feel like
lumps of lead; your back hurts or
the urine Is cloudy, full of sediment
-r you are obliged to seek relief two '
or three times a night; if you suffer
with sick headache or dizzy, nervous
spells, acid stomach, or you have
rheumatism when the weather is
bad, get from your pharmacist about
four ounces of Jad Salts; take a
tablespnonful'in a glass of water be
fore breakfast for a few days and
your kidneys will then act fine. This
famous salts is made from the acid
of grapes and lemon juice, combin
ed with lithia, and has been used
for generations to flush and stimu
late clogged kidney; to neutralize
the acids in the urine so it no longer
is a source of irritation, thus end
ing bladder disorders.
Jad Salts is inexpensive; cannot
injure, makes a delightful efferves
cent lithia-water beverage, and be
longs in every home, because no
body can make a mistake by having
a good kidney flushing any time.
i LOUISVILLE. Ky., April 2
j Kernel Pasha's Turkish Nationalist jj
i Army, wiucn uns ueen n disturbing
factor In the efforts of the Allies to
solve tho Turkish pence problem, Is
(being regularly supplied with anus
'and ammunition from Constantino
ple through Treblxoud, a Black Sen
port, according to Information re
cohort hero from J. 1'. Hyan, of Mun
Ico, India, a Near Knat Hollof worker
In that district.
"Arms are smuggled In regularly,
and with almost no attompt at con
cealment," writes Mr. Ilynn. 'A
Turkish schooner makes a trip ovory
few days from Constantinople and
anchors right horo In Treblzond.
Tho cargo Is discharged at night and
leaded into Turkish army wagons,
that you can sou nlmost nny night
following tho same road out nt town
that the lines of (ireok refugees
wcro driven to their death In 1915
and 1916. They pass right by tho
Near East Relief orplnnago on tholr
way to the Interior "
"I hnvo no way of being certain
whore they go but most probably to
Krzlngan and Slvns, whero Mustn
phn Kernel, In spite of tho French
Mission, is very strong. There Is n
British control otlicor hero of course,
but ho would not believe that arms
wero being shipped Into tho country
until he happened to bo out hero one
night and I showed him tho wngons
passing. Ho has stopped a fow of
them, but tho smuggling still goes
on, Just tho same.
"Tho Turks rcallzo thnt most of
the hinterland of this country, If not
Treblzond Itself, Is bound to go to
Armenia, sooner or later; nnd thoy
are preparing to resist Anncnlnn
rule, nnd to try to discredit the Ar
menian government by Inspiring dis
order Just ns Boon as tho Armenians
"It Is a pity that Admiral Bristol
and tho American nnvy are not
charged with the surveillance of this
wholo coast, from Batum to Boy-1
routh. Tho trouble with Franco and I
England Is thnt tho Mohammedans
havo them bluffed, on account of
their Mohammedan colonies, and tho
Turks nro putting it over on them
right along. The only nation tho
Turks respect Is tho U. S. A."
Meohan's Snfuty Itnzor Ulailo
Strop purs will sharpen Olllntto
and Durham Duplex Blades.
nit. Klkny'H and Aladdin Soup
IlyuH. Thoy color whllo thoy
clean. All colors In "lock
Ter pncknirc 10c
For dipping grain anil potatoim.
I'rnxMitM neat) and smut.
Mndo In America for Amer
icans. A new razor froo If the
one you purchase docs not hold
n shnrp cutting edgo.
$2.25 to $4.25
Oenulno Cowhide llonton Dags.
A light nnd convenient bag for
carrying small article when
travelling or shopping.
A good value at.. .$7.25
Keep liquids hot 34 hours cr
cold 48 bourn, llnvo a hot
drink with your lunch,
Pints... .$2.75 and $3.25
Quarts. .. $4.50 to $6.00
Lunch kits. . . $4.25
Colors old nnd now straw hats.
Any one can uro It.'
All cc:ors 25c
Gcnulnu Klootrlc MaRsago Vi
brator. Nothing to get cut of
ordor It can't wear out.
Jtint nrrlvi'd. New stock of
ladles' purses and hand hag?
Kodak and Matluen Hugs. All
$3.75 to $10.00
PRICKS IK) NOT lN't'Ll'IIE RKVIINPi: TAX
STAR DRUG COMPANY
l)i;Vi:i:Si: POPE, Proprietors
Mail Orders Filled Promptly---
EVEN CIDER IS
; BANNED !N KY.
Don't ask for
A Classified Ad will sell It.
If the Wood Dealer
We do not
ell current; we sell service. That sounds odd
Well, suppose the wood dealer sold service Instead of wood, he
would tend to your furnace and your range, take away the ashes
and clean the fines. Yon woold buy so much heat.
Now yon boy so much light, although yon pay according to the
enrnent yon consume. But the service is performed for you by this
company at the substations and power plants.
That is what we want to give yon efficient service. It is the
aim of tills company to havo none but satisfied customers. No
matter what it Is, If yon have a grievance, or are dissatisfied about
your bill or do not understand our rotes, please come In nnd see
ns or write us about it.
If you have any suggestions to make, we will gladly avail our
selves of them as our aim Is constantly to Improve our seuvice to
you as fast as tho development of science and human ability permit.
A bath without water is ono of tho
latest novelties. A thick robe is
entwined with wires, nnd when put
on a current of electricity is passed
through the wires. The Svoarer of
the robe soon finds his body getting
warmer, until in a little while he
At a Chinese wedding the "beg
gar chief" is always Invited, lie
brings a plate and begs from all the
guests, but in return keeps all other
mendicants from the marriage feast.
The beggar chief a big Chinese
city makes as much as '$15,000 or
$20,000 a year, and out of this he
paya the common or street beggars
to keep away from social gatherings.
M. J. Twomey, Manager
Phone Main 70
When Jn need of loggers or any
kind of help write, wire or phone
Bedding's Leading Agency
HOT. WATER FOR
NEW YORK.' Apr 22. Mustapha
Farmers In Kentucky who havo boon
accustomed to quenching their thirst :
with hard elder may bo classed as
"moonshiners" under the McLolIan .
law which goes In effect on July 1,'
Under tho stato-wldo dry amend
ment, adopted by tho people last
fall, any person having a bavcrago
containing more than one-half of ono
percent alcohol, Including cldor or,
home-made wlno, on tholr premises,
mny bo haled Into court to show
whether they manufactured It with-'
ont a permit.
Kentucky In thus assuming 'con
current Jurisdiction" with tho gov
ernment of tho United States In on-
firclng prohibition puts moro teeth
into the Volstead Enforcement Act
and mnkes every peace offlcor in tho
state responsible for keeping the
commonwealth "bone dry'
Thirty-four other states and the
District of Columbia havo state law
enforcement measures as follews:
Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Dela
ware. Florida. Georgia. Idaho. Hit-'
nols, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Maine,!
Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi,!
Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Ne- sss
vada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, t&
Nortn Carolina, North Dakota, unio, i
Oklahoma, Oregon, South Carolina, i
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P. C. n. PRODUCTS
Annie Laurie Shnrt Dreid
Loni Branch Sattina Plakra
their crisp-from-the-oven purity
is as fine as their flavor kiddies
love them and Snow Flakes are
good for kiddies!
provided that if tho United
8 tales Supremo Court sustains the
South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, I Volstead Act, the statuto shall not
Virginia, Washington, West Virginia g0 ,nt0 oITect- Rbodo l8land "'
and Wyoming. Ohio has no( adopt-!,lcenie place" 80,llnS beverages con-
ed a complete enforcement coae, .. fivi
Tells why everyone should drink
hot water with phosphate
iu it before breakfast
Western Floral Shop
OltDKIt KOK FIiOWERS
in person if at all possible,
A vlHlt here will show how
thoroughly we are prepared
to meet any floral need from
flowers for tho table to the
decoration, of the largest
church for" feast, festival or
wedding. Our cut flowers
nro received fresh every day.
You will find your favorite
hero at all times in the per
fection of its beauty. Mod
erate prices nro the invari
able rule. r
MRS. It. C. MOORE
Headaches are caused by autoin
toxication which means self-poisoning.
Liver and bowel poisons called
toxins, sucked into the blood excite
the heart which pumps the blood so
fast that it congests in the smaller
arteries and veins of the head, pro
ducing violent, throbbing pain and
distress, called headache. You be
come nervous, despondent, sick, fev
erish and miserable, your meals sour
and almost nauseate you. Then you
resort to ncetanllld, aspirin or the
bromides, which temporarily relieve
but do not rid the blood of these ir
A glass of hot water with a tea-
spoonful of limestone phosphate In
it, drank before breakfast will not
only wash these poisons from your
system and cure you of headacho,
hut will cleanse, purify and' freshen
the alimentary canal.
Ask your pharmacist for a quarter
pound of limestone phosphate. It is
inexpensive, harmless as sugar.
If you aren't feeling your best, If
tongue li coatod or you wake up
with bud tasto, foul breath or have
colds, indigestion, biliousness, con
stipation or sour, 'acid stomach, be
gin tho phosphated hot water cure
to rid your system of toxins and pols-
three codes having been passed by
the legislature and held up by the
Eleven states which so far have
not passed law enforcement codes
are: Massachusetts, Rhode Island,
Connecticut, 'Vermont, Now 'York,
New Jersey, Maryland, Pennsylvan
ia, Louisiana and Wisconsin, Three
of the 11, Rbodo Island, New Jersey
and Wisconsin, have adopted beer
bills. The Wisconsin legislature, in
enacting a two and one-half percent land one-half percent
alcohol by weight on the ground
that it is non-Intoxicating. Now
Jersey in legalizing the manufac
ture, sale and transportation of
three and one-half percent beer
awaits the 'formal declaration of
peace and tho end of war prohibi
tion. Maryland wet legislators proposed
a three and ono-boalt percent beer
hill which was passed by the House
but defeated in the Senate. A three
pending In tho Massachusetts and
Is considering an nmentmont to the
state prohibition cod providing for
th salo of liquor for "medicinal pur
poses" in harmony with tho federal
code. Tho drys oppose It on the
ground that It nullifies much of tho
stato enforcomont law.
MARINES WANT HAM, PLAYERS
WASHINGTON, April 22. The
United States Marino Corps Is in tho
markot for basoball players.
Recruiting officers for tho son
soldlera hove boon directed to bond
their energies toward the socurlng
of first-class ball players to flit tho
teams representing the finnm in
bill Is now various parts of tho world.
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WHEN THE DESSERT IS REACHED
at the end of a dinner here, the diners always have
that feeling of complete satisfaction that comes with
a perfect meal, flawless service and attractive ap
pointments. If you haven't yet taken dinner here
you have much to learn about the pleasures of the
ii 610 Main Street The Jewel Cafv i:
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