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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 28, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Wfcat Paint Do . Yon . Recommend
For Asbestos Rooting ?
A rock doesn't nrol paint lit make II lat. Xflthcr does
Asbestos Hoofing. IWmuac AIhIm Roofing I made of rock.
The Abcto In A-tbrsttM, Hoofing l the Ntmi unrluuigrd
fibrous mineral that ha endurctl through count lem centurim
of terrific heat anil prcvure.
Of course, It doesn't need painting. There's no use painting
a) thing that ran neither corrode nor decay.
That' why Asbeatos make rooting that 1 Impervious to the
beat, cold, rain, alert or saow of an climate.
For over a quarter of a reatary, Johas-Manvlllc hare led la f
the deretopmeat of Asbratoa product. A Aobeatoa Roofing
sfwriaUsta, they are In a position to kaow Jut what roofiag
t beat to apply aad how to apply It.
Johas-Maavillc AsbcMoa Roofings are approved by the
Vaderwrltern' laboratories. Inc., aad take base rate of
Big Basin Lumber Company
Corner Main and Spring Streets
Exclusive Authorized Distributors for
H. W. JOHNS-MANVILLE CO., New York City
TELEPHONE 107 KLAMATH FALLS, ORE.
XOTICK OP KLKCTIOX OP
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TO THE OWNERS OF LAND SIT
UATE IN THE MEADOWS DRAIN
AOE DISTRICT OF KLAMATH
COUNTY, OREGON: j
Notice la hereby given that a meet-,
Ins of tho owner of land situate In
the Meadows Dralnago District o(
Klamath' County. Oregon. Is called
for the purpose of electing a Board
of three supervisors as and In the
manner provided by law; said meet
ing; to be held In tho County Court
room In tho Klamath County C-urt
House In the City of Klamath Falls.
Oregon, on Tuesday, the Sth day ol
Juno, A D. 1920, at tho hour of I
o'clock In the afternoon on said date
C. R. DE LAP.
Clerk of Klamath County, Oregon. ,
May 24-June. 1
Canada's estimated population It
LARGE ASSORTMENT !
Domestic and Imported
. Now on Display.
COMING TO U. S.
SAN FRANCISCO. May 27 TBe
prevailing high price of sugar In tho
CnlteO States Is attracting sugar In
large quantities from western Mex
ico to San Francisco, according to
Victor Patron, a former Mazattan
merchant now In business In Ban
Francisco, who reports that several
thousand bags have a rived here re
cently by steamer from the states of
Striata and Xuvarlt. This Is the
first tlmo In several years that there
has been sugar, exported to .Callfor
n'a. Patron said. Slnaloa has four
re'neries, two of them owned by
American Intercts, while the Na
varlt refiner)- Is controlled by Span
ish capital, ho said.
Unfavorable weather conditions
cut down an expected yield of 1,000,
000 boxes of tomatoes In Slnaloa to
quarter that amount, according to
Patron, but the tomato crop Is still
so much larger than that of last year
that considerable exportation lo the
United States Is expected this year,
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perfect Fit Guaranteed '
CHAS. J. CIZEK
I MERCHANT TAILOR
' 518 Main Street
At the beginning of the war aero
planes had a maximum speed of 85
to 90 tqlles an hour, and were cap
able of climbing to a height of 10,
000 feet. At the end the greatest
syeed was over 130 miles an hour,
and greatest height reached was ov
er 25,000 feet.
j WEATHER RECORD
Hereafter the Herald will publish
the mean and maximum tempera
tures and precipitation record aa tak
en by the U. S, Reclamation service
station. Publication will cover the
day previous to the paper's Issue, up
to S o'clock of that day.
Jr. MMd lagersoll Hawley
First National Bask Balldlag
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Max. Mia. olplUtloa
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WIREESS ONLY LINK
i WITH OUTER WORLD
MILKS CITY. Mont., May 28.
Unconnected with Urn " outside,
world" by railroad or wires, Jnnlmi,
i county sent nf ilurlleld county, linn ,
NOTIli: OP A MKKTINU OV TIIK
OWNCIIS OP LANI IN Till!
lil.AM.VJII DRAlNAtlM MMTHIUT
OP KLAMATH UOUNTV, OHK-tiOV.
TACOMA. Wash.. May 2S T.t
coma, llttli city In tho United State
lu the manufacture of Hour, lias
morn tlmn held Its own In shipping
facilities following the shitting con.
dltlotu hroiiKlit about by tint ending
of the wir. Alteration of Initio
routes to tho present time hnvo not
brought back several foreign shl
plng lines formerly operating out of
Tacomn, hut tho advent of now
American steamship lines hnvo more
than made up for this foreign lou
However, In this ronnertlon tho old
lines glvo promise of nn pari) re
sumption of service which will glvo
added outlets for tho exports of Tn
coma to Europe and orlontnt ports.
Unlike somo of tho coast cities
which obtained much of their activ
ity during tho war. through a boom
brought by military necessity and
then discovered a cessation nf work
upon the signing of the armistice,
this condition did not affect Tacoma.
Tacoma had four largo wooden ship
yards In operation during the war.
These are now closed, but tho one
big steel yard which commenced op
erations at that time still has gov
ernment contracts on hand and com
bined with naval construction will
bo In certain operation for at least
two years. It employs 5,000 men.
At the present time this port Is
connected to tho Orient by tho Pa
cific Steamship lino; tho Garland:
the Struthcrs and Dixon, and A. M.
Gillespie and omrany, whllo Japan
ese lines in mo trauo out or hero ore
the Osaka Shosen Kulshn, tho ter
minus being Tacoma; tho Nippon
Yuscn Kalsha. the Mitsui lines and
other vessels engaged In a tramp ser
vice. The Graco, General Steamship
company and tho Campagnlc Do Ho
leo give Tacoma n direct servlco to
ports of Mexico, Peru and Chile on
tho west coast of Souh America
while tho new line Inaugurated by
Swaync and Hoyt will reach to the
River Platte on tho east coast via
the Struts of Magellan. Tho Is
lands of the Pacific are reached from
Tacoma by tho Slatson lino which,
gives a regular, servlco to Honolulu,'
wnue tno ucnerai steamship com
pany will go to Australian ports
Tho Blue Funnel line and the Har
rison line ore planning a direct ser
vlco from Tacoma to Europe This
service, formerly one of the features
from Tacoma, was discontinued as
the result of tho war.
The serrlce now from Tacomt by
American vessels Is about th- onmo
as that of Japanese lines whir-) bo
fore the war tho trade was h'indlcJ
entirely by Japanese or Ilritlsh bot
toms. During the month of April
this year four Japanese vessels took
cargoes from Tacoma to the Orient
and tho same number of American
In connection with the foreign
trade from Tacoma, conditions for
new business is most optimistic. It Is
said. New port development here
will glvo better cargo handling facil
ities. This Is attracting old lines as
well as new where tho operators do
sire expeditious handling of enrgo.
Co tlio Owners of Land Hltimto lu (tin
Kliumitlt Drnliuigo District, of
Kliiniuth County. Oregen:
Notice is hntvhy given that n meet
solve,, the problem of speedy eon, j in?X ZXZ K' '.M-Tn
munlcnllim by tho establishment of ,, Ki.mmth Umliingo District of
i wireless plant, operated under n Klmmitli County, Oregon, Is enllod
i schedule of rates approved by the ' fr llm purpose of submitting lo said
laud owners (ho question whuther or
lint tumid of the Klumnth Dralungn
District of Klumnth County, Oregon,
to th" extent nud lu tho amount of
rjon.000.00 shall bo aulhorlcod for
the purpose of constructing tho nec
essary reclamation works to reclaim,
r iiiiiii K'irKiuiwi niira, iiin iiiiuuunrioa ui sniu iviniiinui
the county of Uarlleld win, Drainage District said mooting to Im
It of the vnul oximnun of ""I'1 ,n ,ho C""1 Cou"t llOOm In
it or tno tast expanse of ,Uo Court nUM o Klwntth county,
Montana stnto utilities rotuiillssloii.
Mosihkch now are hnndleil between
-Ionian mut this city, where the oili
er station Of tho wireless circuit Is
located, on u comiiiereliil hasls, and
, . . ., , , ..... riniv rcLiniiiiiiiuii nurM in rrvimuit
are relayed tho remainder of the ills-' ,iritln and Irrigate tho lauds within
tanco oor laud telegraph wiles. Mho boundaries of said Klamath
Custer county and Jordan was deslg-'on'gon, In tho City of Klamath Falls,
nated us tho county seat, tho only , Oregon, at tho hour of I o'clock lu
means of communication of tho town ",0 afternoon of Monday, tho 7th day
was by a ".tar" mall route " Int "V"d by order of
Not n lino of railroad traverses tl0 noar(l ot Supervisors of the
tho county. Klamath Drainage District.
- C. R. DE LAP.
'Secretary of Klamath
Miss Minnie Hill, who walked i. Dralnago District.
from tho Atlantic to tho Pacific r 34-Jttna
almost 3,000 miles, In 140
days, several years ago, Is now tak
ing an 1,800-mlte tramp from Wash
ington, D. C, to tho Canadian bord
er and return.
BAD TAKE SALTS
A thoroughly ouulppod Inslltullon
affording uiiouoltiul fiii'lllllcs for llm
srlontlftc treatment by hospital ninth
I oils of medical, surglral and ouslot
J rleitl cases,
The new mid modern flinprmir build
lug contains private rooms for bod
suit ambulatory cases, completely
squlpiird examination and treatiutint
rooms, Roentgen Hay, clinical and
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KLAMATH FALLS. ORE.
v TELEPHONE 497
brra rating too much
The first American magazine for
women was established In Philadel
phia in 1830.
When you wako up with backache
and dull misery In tho kidney re
gion It generally means you hsvo
been eating tno much meat, nays a
well-known authority. Meat forma
uric acid which overworks tho kid
neys In their effort to niter It from
tho blood and they becomo sort ot
paralyzed and loggy. When vour
kidneys get sluggish and clog you
must relieve them, like you relievo
your bowels; removing all tho body's
urinous wasto, eiso you havo a back
actio, sick headache, dizzy spells;
your stomach sours, tonguo Is coat
ed, and when tho weather Is bad
you havo rheumatic twinges, Tho
urine Is cloudy, full of sediment,
channels often get sore, water scalds
and yon are obliged to seek relief
two or threo times during the night.
Klthor consult a good, reliable
physician at once or get from your
pharmacist about four ounces ot
Jad Salts; take a tablesponnful In
a glass of water before breakfast
for a fow days and your kidneys
will then act fine. This famous salts
Is made from tho acid ot grapes and
lemon Juice, combined with llthla.
and has boon used for generations
to clean and stlmulsto sluggish -kidneys,
also to neutralize acids In the
urine so It no longer Irritates, thus
ending bladder weakness, '
Jad Salts Is a Ufa Raver for regu
lar meat caters, It Is Inexpensive,
cannot Injure, and makes a delight
ful, effervescent llthla-water drink.
Id the Circuit Court of Oregon, for
James F. Loper, Plaintiff,
Mada I.oper, Defomlant.
To Mada Loper, Defendant
In the namo of the State of Ore Ore
eon: You are heroby required to ap
pear and anawer tho complaint riled
against yon In the above entitled
suit on or before July 2, 1920, that
being the expiration of tho six
weeks 'publication of this summons
proscribed by the order for publlca-
(Hon thereof, made by the court, and
lit you fall so tn nnswor, the plaintiff
sign you have ','" . ,.ko .. 'i0"!!0 u!''",,,, "
i,"ouif iiik ii.v nuuufl u, uiuirili!wii;r
existing between plaintiff and ou,
and that the custody and rare ot tho
two minor children, Harold and Ce
lesta Loper bn awarded to plaintiff
This publication Is made by order
of the Hon I). V. Kuykendill, Judgu
of tho abovo named court, duty mada
on May 20, 1920.
Tho dato uf tho first publlritlon
hereof la May 21, 1920.
WALTUR U. VAN KMON
Attorney for Plaintiff
Address; Klamath Falls, Oregon.
ROBERT S. FRY
Otaeral lasaraace laveattnmta
707 WAfltflNOTON NT.
KlaataUi Falls, Ore,
P I II K "
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heart, or Is your property protocted
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ono should leave their property un
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Practical Painting. Alumlnumlng of
all Iron fixtures. Furniture Keflnlsh
log and general contracting.
Ota Hose HI.
1 Ford Touring Car
1 Ford Truck
1 Dodge Touring Car
Klamath-Bend Auto Stage
A dally auto stage servlco Is now
operating between Klamath Fall
and llend. Offlcos Rex cafe and Met
ropolitan Hotel. C. I. Rockard.
Till: USi: OF these column wll) i
mako money for you. ,
of tin and short Iron works, Ven
tilating and warm air heating
lUine at the Hhannon Plumbing
Shop. .No. I OXI Mala HI.
L. N. HAINES
ITS GRANDMOTHER'S RECIPK TO
BRING BACK COLOR AND LUS
TRE TO HAIR
That beautiful, even shade of dark,
glossy hair can only be bad by brew
Ing a mixture of Sage Tea and But
phur. Your hair Is your charm. It
makes or mars the face. When It
fades, turns gray or streaked, Just an
application or two of Sage and Sul
phur onbaucca Its appearance a hun
Don't bother to proparo tho mix
ture; you can get this famous old
recipe Improved by tho addition of
other Ingredients for 60 cents a large
bottle, ull ready for use. It Is called
Wyeth'a Sage and Sulphur Compound.
This can always bo depended upon to
bring back the natural color and lus
tre of your hair.
Everybody uses "Wyeth's" Sage
and Sulphur Compound now because
It darkens ao naturally and evenly
that nobody can tell It baa been ap
plied. You simply dampen a sponge
or soft brush with It and draw this
through the hair, taking one small
strand at a time; by morning the gray
hair has disappeared, and after an
other application it become baa. tl
fully dark aad appears glossy aad lustrous.
Don't Be Content With
More than a hundred years ago, Toby Hobson of
Cambridge kept the only horses for hire in town. But
his customers had no choice save to take the horse
nearest the door, whether little or much to their" liking.
So "Hobson's Choice" has come to mean: "Take
this or none."
Today, through the advertisements in this and other
papers, you have all the world to choose from. Yes,
through Advertisements, the world comes to your door
with its wares. Advertisements give you the oppor
tunity for comparison and selection of almost anything
you want or need.
Advertisements are an accurate index of what other
people are buying, selling, wearing, eating, doing,
learning; of what the world is accomplishing and how
where, and by whom it is being accomplished.
Form the habit of reading advertisements just as
regularly as you read the front page. You will find it
profitable and mightily, interesting as well.
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