Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 22, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
I HAVE MY
Have You Yours ?
SUKI3 THING Gotla couple and a special ticket for each of the
children see by a cony of Visalia, Calif., Daily Times where
down there they bought tickets cuiuso Hums of the Mountains
was coming back they knew his lecture alone was worth the
price of a season ticket, and then there is
DK. NG POON CHEW the Chinese Mark Twain a man of
international reputation as a statesman and orator, and
CAPTAIN "DINNY" UPTON the playground expert who is
accomplishing through playgrounds the same results that Judge
Ben Lindsay obtains through the Juvenile Courts. His lecture
.is one that gets results in a city, and ,
DH. KATE UPSON CLAKK, of Columbia University, an au
thoress and lecturer of national prominence, and
SAM GPvATHWELL, an inspirational lecturer worth hearing.
MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMENT CHAUTAUQUA BRINGS
THE WILLIAMS MALE QUARTETTE, an excellent combin
ation that starts Chautauqua off with a lot of "pep" and good
music on Monday, and
NEW YOIIK ARTISTS' TRIO, the finest concert trio ever brought
TAYLOR'S SINGING HAND of Chicago, an unique combination
of instrumental and vocal artists, and
MORRISON GIRLS, a company of musicians and entertainers
that is sure to please, organized and coached by Bess Gcarhart
Morrison, herself, and
ROYAL PHILIPPINO SEXTETTE personnel unchanged for 13
years under contract with Victor Talking Machine Company,
EVELYN BARGELT of Chicago Art Institute, a cartoonist and
entertainer of the A. E. F., and
TOM CORWYN, polyphonist and imitator of animals and sounds,
WILSON AND COMPANY, character, impersonator and musi
PAULINE LUCILE MAYO, famous through her reading of
A Season Ticket costs only $2.50 Adults, $1.50 Students and
$1.00 Children Plus 10 per cent War Tax
Chautauqua Starts Monday
Tickets at Four Drug Stores or from Committee.
PORTLAND, Slay 22 Tho aggro-
& Kill" volume of lumber produced nt
125 mill ruimrllnpr to Urn Ijarometor
of tlin Vst Coast Luinbermmi'a nso
? cintluti for tho week ended Muy 8 win
i. 88, r,2ii,20rt ffct. whlrh wan only 3,
Zi 01.2,73 I. fuet or 3 SO per cent bofcw
t J normal. Tim mIIIh I.iuvh bcn main
's- . taming mm ingn nvcraga m pruuuc-
Klamath Falls Cyclcry
Wo linndle tho Ijcnt In our lino,
Mirli uk Motorcycles, Bicycles,
arts nud Accessories. Ooodynnr,
1'ennsylvnnl.i find Diamond Tlren
-niTd" Tubes'! i n noimo of tho
lUfi finil IfirnA whnittnrM. InnltnU
Inic llurluy-Diuldsou Sorvlw.
C. K. IIIHMAHK
I in H. lh Ht. KUiitath Falls Jj
i'hono 43 IW
ltny Uilxirulury ' '
LtMiuil lllilg., Kliutiatli Pall
Wo open itoro every Tuesday and
Friday from 10.00 a. m. to 4.00 p. m:
Mnnv nrn thn ffnml thlnvn wa rnn
'i tlnn for tlin last two or tlirco inontli!). show A dollar saved If a dollar earn
ZJTIiey havu been nlilo, thus, to restock 'ed. '" buying good thngs cheap as
moir yaniH. 'dolit and have to skip If you buy your
During tlio nutno rcrlnd tho total1 goods from
volume of now business nccoptod by ( I.UCKV DICK & CO.
mo iiamo group oi mms wn ,.ro.-1201 Klamath Are. Corner of Cth St
mately 60,000,000 feel cf wnicn 43,'
OH. '. A. ItAMItO
I. O. O. l Ilulldliig
020,000 feet wcro destined for rnll
delivery. Tho rail shipment for the
week were 1,975 cam or 57,750,000
Export shipments continued heavy,
bk they havo been for tho (ant fow
montliH. Tho movement for tho week
wan 5,153,010 feet; tho domestic
tarco movement wan 8,3(8,900 feet.
Shipments of all kinds fnrgo, rail
and local aggregated 76,800,325
Now Open Cor
Mr. Rosn McDanlek,
301 'High St Phone 455
jWAWWVWS'M wJ s
MORE RICE THIS
YEAR IN TEXAS,
IIKAUMONT, Texas. May 22. Tbo
present outlook point to an Increas-j
d rlco production ttiln yoar over the
crop of 1919, K. A. Elgnus, manager
of tho Southern Itlco Growers' asso
ciation declared. He had this to say
regarding this year's rlco crop.
"Tho weather has been very dry
over tho entire belt with tho excep
tion cf a fair rain between Eaglo
Lake and Ilay City. On nccount of
tho dry and continued north winds,
partlcularlyln Texas, tho ground Is
very rough end It If almost Impos
sible for farmers to prepare a seed
"In Louisiana, tho condition on tho
whole, Is better than In Texas. From
Welsh to Ilayne, embracing a largo
part of the Louisiana rlco territory,
tho farmers haTo probably more
planted than Is usual at this tlmo of
year, yjero will undoubtedly be
sotne Increaso In acreage over tho
entire belt If heavy rains do not pro
vent planting. From one source and
then another, the farmers hare suc
ceeded In scraping up plenty of seed.
"The market Is slightly better and
there Is a nottccablo reaction from
the quietness caused by transporta
tion difficulties. Dealers havo been
afraid to buy for export on account
of tho danger of not being ablo to
make deliveries. Inquiries from
'Porto Itlco aro on tlio Increase and
'outlook In that section Is better.
jThcro Is little rlco remaining In the
'hands of tho farmers."
ItOTH COT SOUK
DAVID STARK JORDAN j
I'iii:hi:ts fihii itixtcs
London's now postmaster, Mr. C,
C, Sandorson, who has charge of tho
largest postal area In tlio world, with
BTANFOU I'NIVKHBITY, May 22.' something llko 35,000 workers un-
Sixty hitherto unknown species of ; dor him, hegnn his careor In tho sor-
j fossil fishes of tho Mlocono ago that I vlco ns ft postal clerk forty years ago.
lived In bays which in prehistoric'
times covered tho land now Includod
i- i t. l vt t j-t.i . I" I'0 Angoles, Orango and Santa
Gt Into the hiWt of drinktag IInrbnra con CMt hnVQ Im.n
glus of hot water before mJilc(, o f ho KlmMc worh through
w tho recent efforts of Dr. David 8tarr
Millions of folks Imtho Intornally
now Instead of loudlng their system
with druffs. 'What's un Inside
bath"? you say. Well, It Is guaran
teed to porform miracles according
to hot water unthuslasts. j
Thoro nro vnst numbers of men
and womon who, immedlutely upon
arising In tho morning, drlnK n giasii
Jordan, chancellor emeritus of Stan
ford University. Stanford collection
at fossil fishes of this ago Is now
larger than that of nil Institutions
put tngethor, numbering about four
These IIbIios probably lived 2,000.-
000 yoars II, C, long boforo tho glac
TIKES ITS TO
Iws meat If jou feel
. achy or have lllnddor
Meat forms uric acid which ex
cites and overworks tho kidneys In
their offorts to niter It from tho
eators of meat
Tlin USH OF thesn columns will
niuko money for you.
of hot water with a teaspoonful of lal nren and many hundred thousand 'systom. Hocnlar
llmustono phosphato In, It. This Is n'yoarH j,ororo tno miVCnt of man, Dr. must Hush tho kldnoys oc(nsionnlly.
Tory oxcollont health measure. It Is . .. You must rcllovo thorn llko you ro-
Intonded to Duhii tun siomucu, uvor,
kidneys and Intestines of tho previ
ous day's wnHlo, sour hllo ond Indi
gestible material left over In thu
body which If not ullmlunted ovory
tlnv. luiroino food for tho mlllniiH of
bacteria which Infest tho liuwols, tlio'c.tl.fi FOH MOXTIILY MF.KTIXn
quick roault Is polRoiiH and toxins
which nro then absorbed Into thn
blood, causing hendncho, bilious nt
tnckH, foul breath, had tasto, colds,
stomach trouble, kidney misery.
slooploBsnoss, Impuro blood and nil
aorta of ailments.
. Peoplo who feel good one dny nnd
badly tho noxt, but who simply can
?, "l'T"?"" "T"V"r,"'- tho 11th committee, making It tho
lfc-u.,h.- ;..i. . i.... iAV -p,,, 'commlttoo on statistics nnd Informa
pilUniMIMlU 1, 1 1 II 111 MR RlUtUl tl
OF ClIAMUKIt OF CO.M.MKItCi:
will cost vory llttlo but s sufficient
to make anyono n roal crnnk on tho
ubjoct of Internal sanitation.
Tho monthly mooting of tho Klam
ath County Chamhor of Commorco
lma boon postponed upttl 8 p. m.
Tuesday, May 25, nt which tlmo n
resolution will bo presonted to
ntnnnil thn rnnslllnlln. un iiu In
change tho namo and functions oftB0 n tableapoonful in a glass of
days and your kMneya will then act
lino and blsddor dlsordora dlsa-
llovo your bowols; removlu.; nil the
ncldn, waste nnd poison, ciso you feoi
i dull tnlsory in tho kldnov roclon.
sharp pnliia In tho back or jlek hend
ncho, dizziness, your stomach sours,
tonguo Is coated and when tho
wonthor Is had you hnvo rhoumatlc
twlngos. Tho urlno Is cloudy, full
of scdlmont; tho chnnnoU often get
Irritated, obliging you to got up two
or throo times during tho night.
To neutrallzo these Irritating
acids and flush oft tho body's
urinous wnsto got about four ounces
oi J ml salts from any pharmacy:
j Mary Mllos Mlntor, ono of tho
most prominent and, popular ot tho
younger motion picture actresses,
began hor professional career as a
child playor In a company headed by
tho late Nat Goodwin.,.
V -ht '-
tlon, Instead of social,
Hy ordor ot tho President.
O. C. APPLKQATB. Socrotnry.
Strayed from oUr mill at Moadow
l.ako May 17, one sorrel horse, age
sovon, wolght 1700. Brand bar over
and underneath letter 3 left hip.
pponr. This famous salts is tnado
from the nold of grapes and lemon
Julco, combined with lithlu, and has
boon used for generations to clean
and stimulate sluggish kidneys and
stop bladder Irritation. Jad Salts
la Inexpensive; harmless and makes
a delightful effervescent llthla
water drink which millions ot men
and women take now and then, thus
Notify Nine Lumber Co., Dox 1126. .voiding atrlous kidney and bladder
City. i ' ao-lt ataeej. v... ,.v,v
DALLAS, Tex., May 22. A stub
born mule and nn equally ntubbnrn
negro caused attaches nt tho emer
gency hospital somo work.
Ksnw Oites when ho was stretch
ed out on an operating table nt the
hoxpltnl, told tho doctors that his
mulo "didn't hnvo any sense," nnd
that lio kicked tho animal,
Tho doctors Immediately began
operating on dates for n lacerated
scalp caused by tho mulo ItkewUe
losing his temper.
Y.T OCKAX FltKlfiHT
W. E. McABOY .
IluiliU n thing In the cabinet
line. Doors, Screen, etc.
Shop at 110 Eighth St.
J. C. Cl.FUflORN
Civil Fnglnecr and Horvrjor
Office 517 Main 8t.
Phenes: Ofllce 160, Re. 1021
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..Wisecrrr
Dr. P. M. Noel
SeTenth amd Mala Streca
ialB Btrecc I
DR. G. A. MASSEY
Fourth nnd Pine Sta.
In Warren Hunt Hospital ,
Oft. Those 497 Res. Phone 86M
We Do All JCInda of Sprlag Repair.
lag New Oaee Made to Order
Axle Stralghteelac aad
ALL WORK QUARANTEKD
Phone S)09T 417 Klaaaath Are.
AUSTIN, Texas. May 22. Efforts
nro to bo mado by the state markets
and warohouso department to secure
boat Borvlco from Galveston to Now
York as an aid In moving what Is
estimated by the department to bo
tho biggest and finest crop ot onlcns
over raised In tho Rio Qrando valley, i
Dr. Maud lngersoll nnwlcy
First National Dank Dulldlng
Entrauco, Room 5
719 Mala It
Jack Momrowi Prop.
Clears, Tobacco, Soft Drinks,
Peel and Billiards
Barber Shop In Connection
"Courtesy and SerTlce"
O.TIce Phone 177W Res 177R
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
I'lijuklnn nnd Hurgron
Klamath Falls Oregon
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and,
Office and Residence
I. O. O. F. Temple
E. D. LAMB
PHYSICIAN AM) HCIIOKO.N
Room 1 and 9
420 Main Ht. (New ltkl. Later)
DH. A. A. HOULE.
420 Main 1909 Main
DR. T.C CAMPBELL
PHYSICIAN ANB SURGKON
1. 0. 0. F. BaHdlaaT
Residence White Pellcaa Hetel
Residence Phone S.
' DR. L. L. TRUAX
WARREN HUNT HOSPITAL
Day Phone, 407 Night Pboae, S
SAW MILL ENtllNEERlNQ .
Designer aud bulldrrs of m
era Saw MilU. l'lnlug MUls, 1
Plants. Complete plants contra
ed. ApnraUals and reports ma-
Drelgln. We contract to bu
any dau ot a building and last
machinery of any kind.
Drafting of any kind done. HI
Prlata made. PHONE 14)
Once la K. D. DuUdlsg
I am now prepared to tun
Shasta Sand from the Hoey, C
land and gravel pit, In any quar
that may be desired by contrac
AL r. ORAHA
Klamath-Bend Auto Stage
A dally auto stngo sorvlce Is now
oporatlng between Klamath Falls
and Rend. Offices Rex cate and Met
ropolitan Hotel, O. I. Rockard.
BELL NURSERY STOCK FOR VS
Oood territory open. Terms at
tractive, Write for contract and in
formation immediately. ,
SALEM NURSERY COMPANY.
108Q ChemekeU St., Salem, Ore. "
ARTHUR R. WILSON
Let Your GLASS twublt
C, E. STUCKEY
Re-Glazing and Cabinet
Eleventh and Pine
EX-SERVICB MEN, ATTENTION I
The regular meetings
ot Klamath Post No. 8,
American Legion, will be
held at 8 o'clock p. m., at
the City Halt In Klamath Fatla, en
the second end fourth Tuesdays ot
each month. All Comrades are In
vited, Those desiring to join the Post
may secure application blanks from
O. K.-VsarlUfer, Fred Htohoteoa,- er
L H. CaxeaJUa, all of Klamath Fa)ls
A'MUtt rllCsltLfOrl, 'S3eereikry.
Klamath Lodge No. 13
I. O. O. F.
Meets Friday night ot each week
I. O. O. F. hall, 5th nnd MmIii stre
Hyman Weschler, N. O.; W. C W
Secretary; W, D. Cofer, Treasun
Ewauna Encampment No. 41, 1
O. F., meets Tuesday night of e
week at I. O. O. F. hall. W. 11. Noi
C. P.; W. D. Cofer, Scrlbo; F
NEW CITY LAUNDR
' ROUGH DRY
"Put Your Duds
In Our Suels"
74 0 . ' . AS! Nl