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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 4, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
MUDAV, JUNK 4, II
I AT THE THEATERS i
(,'heyenno Harry 1 1 it ford wont to
Clilcnro In un attempt to swerve
John Mrrrltt from hi (mil purpose
of rot) lil UK the won tern rnttlepunrher
of hU ranch. Che) enno's net result
wait undeserved hutnlllntlon nt tlm
hand of tliu piirku. ' fiinti.onnblc
Ktlniclni: with tlio hurl unit vowing
vengeance Choyi'iimi went back to
Wyoming to nttrim his norrow nt lov
ing the ranch Hint hml come to his
father, without u dollar payment
Dr. JameV Headache Powders
give instant relief Ooit
dime a package.
Nrv-rrkiiur, splitting or dull,
throbbing hesilachr yield In Ju.t a few
moment to Dr. JaineV llcsdatlio Pow
am which oot only 10 renU a park
nee at any drug .tore. H'a the quirk
rt, Hiint headache relief In tho wliulo
world. Don't Mifferl llelieve the
wuny mid distrm now) Yon ran.
Million of ini-n and wniuci C lime
found lliat headacho and iH-i.ritl'In
ini.ory U needle, (Jet what you uk
Mil. WOOL MAN
About storing that wool Wo enn
linndlu any rjitantlty : our rntoa will
innko you Kjiillo. No bettor liuur
unco rntcB In town. Htoro your 'clip
with tiH and bo In touch with tho
PKOl'IXB WA11KIIOU8K CO.
Cth and Rnllroad spur I'huno 228W
M. F. paiikuk
28-29 nnd Juno 2-5
Dr. Maud Ingcraoll llnwley
Pint National Dank Building
Entrance, Room 6
' ASHLAND, ORBGON w
ILihL Tv t? hlsssT""sssasmi 'iBi ia i r J 1 tPUPbmV D
There's nothing so good as a cup of
Eolger's Golden Gatcstmngbutnot
rank or bitter.
Different in taste from other coffee
I rrom tn deter packer Then came
IChejenne. opportunity Mnr Mer-
rltt went writ. occonipinl'-J by 4
"Ilah-Jovlng" fortuno hunter, and
J Cheyenne "collected." When he
wan Mounded, something prompted
l tin Rlrl to throw her sohbliiK form
'on, the tniiri who hml "collected" her
i nml protect him from her father'
J mn. Anil when he rnmo out of liln
I delirium ami lookeil out throiiKh tho
I bar of IiIk bed, he thoimht he win In J
prison llo wim for life.
llnrry Carey will bi soon nt tho
Liberty Theatre tonight In "A dun
KIkIuIii' Contlomun," hi newest
western. Knthleeil O'Connor play
tho roln of Mnry Merrltt. Carey
wrote, tho story while on III reccnl
poisonnl uppearnnco tour.
One of the IiIkkusi adventure n
timid little country girl can havu Is
to illnn In it faiihtouuhlo restaurant of
Now York. Vltngruph'a Intent pic
ture, "Tho MldnlKht llrldo," In
which (HadyH Leslie Is slur, presents
ns ono of Its chief episodes, such un
"Thu MldnlKht llrldo" will bo
shown nt tho Mondulu Thentra on
Friday nnd Saturday.
MIhh Leslie plays the roln nf Jeanno
Sterling, n beautiful youiiK Klrl from
tho i mill tmwi uf CIlffKlilo, who
conies to Now York to lslt n girl
friend. On discovering that hor
f i lend Iiiih unexpectedly loft tho city,
Jen lino wanders to tho park. Hero
bIio makes the cliauco aciiunlnlnnco
of Forrest Chonowutli, it wealthy
Whllo waiting for her train tlipo,
Jounno passes tho nftornonn with tho
gontlomnnly yminn follow, nnd dines
with hint In nn 'ultra fiiBlilounblo
loKtauraiit. Jcanuo'H trunumdotiH
stniKKlo to act nt ease and with kooiI
inniinors In tho grand NiirrnundliiKH
of tho rcHtaurnut piovldo IiIkIi hu
The plcturo from that point weaves
Its wny through a series of remark
able hnpponlngH, and ends with nn
"Soldlors of Fortune," probably
tho most popular of Illchnrd Hard
ing Dayls' novels, lends Itsolf so ad
mirably to photodramntlxatlon on ac
count of brlmmilng over with action,
has boim plcturlied for the May
flower Pleture Corporation by Al
lan Dwan, director of "Vanthea,"
"David llnrum," "Cheating Cheat
ers" anil other screen successes.
The rolo of Clay, created In the
dramatic version of Robert Kdeson
In played 1n the film version by Nor
"Soldier of Fortuno" will be seen
nt thu Liberty Theatre next Sundny.
NKW Oltl.KANS. June i. De
causo everyone seems to want to
make u suitcase of him, the alligator
Is becoming comparatively scarco In
Louisiana und protective measures
nro being framed by the cotitervntlo.i
Statistics compiled,!))- port nutho--Itles
hero show that practically all of
tho ulllgntor skins exported from th3
United States go through this port.
One coucorn nlono Is exporting an
average of 10,000 hides each m:nth
throughout the year.
A 'Classified Ad will sell It.
Domestic and Imported
Now on Display.
Perfect Fit Guaranteed
CHAS. J. CIZEK
511 Maia Street '
B D SUFFERED
Ttuviirlrul Mnn Hays III Nrrvcw
Wen- I'ihu-i, ll- Ixist WrlKlit
nntl Frit Wrelrhifl t'nlll Mr
Hlnr1rl TtiklnK Timlne.
"1 hail taken but n few dosos of
Tanlnc when I realized I had found
the medicine I needed," said O. It.
Martin, ftOlft Ivnnt Ninth street, Kan
sas fit), Mo an actor with "Annie
"llefore I started taking Tunlac I
had suffered from stomach trouble
and nervous Indigestion for the past
twenty y-ars, which gradually grew
worse until for the last four or five
years I had been In a terribly bad
condition. I had no appetite, and
when I did minago to eat a Utile
something It began to sour almost at
once and gas would form on my
stomach until I was In perfect mis
ery. My head ached Just about all
thu time and I often had such had
illizy spells I could hardly keep from
falling. My nervesjiecamo so badly
upset It was Impossible for mo to get
a good night's sleep and I always
got up In tho mornings feeling
wretched. I lost so much weight and
finally became so weak nml run
down I had to lay off lrom work, a
great deal of the tlmo.
"My brother-in-law here In Kansas
City had taken Tanlac 'lth such
good results he advised mc to try It,
which I did and I began to Improve
almost at once. 1 now have a splen
did npxtlto and cat Just anything I
want without being troubled with
gas or In any other way afterward.
1 have not had a headarhe or dizzy
spell since I started taking Tanlac
and my nerves are In such good con
dition I can sleep nit night long with
out ever waking up. I have gained
several pounds In weight, have re
gained my strength and, In fact, feel
better In every way than I have In
years. 1 am still taking Tanlac, for
I want to make sure that my troubles
will not return, and ns I spent hun
dreds of dollars for other medicines
without getting any benefit from
them and never had anything do me
any good until I started taking Tan
lac, I can't say too much for It. f
am glad of the opportunity to tell
others about what It has done for
me so they may profit by my experi
Tanlac Is sold In Klamath Fall by
the Star Drug Co.. In Lorella by the
James Merc. Co.. and In Merrill by
the Southern Oregon Drag Co. Adv.
BOSTON 'TECH" WILL
IIOSTON, June 4. Massachusetts
Institute of Technology has placed a
tax on scholastic failures. Hereafter
students who tall or shew a defi
ciency In a study must pay J 5 for
each shortcoming. Tho rule has
aroused protest from tho undergrad
uates, who are supported by some
members of the faculty.
Leonard M. Passnno, professor of
mathematics, taking the side of tho
students, wrote a formul communica
tion to tho executive committee in
which ho argued that professor and
student nre Jointly Involved In such
failures. Ho suggested that Instruct
ors bo fined with students for each
falluro In their classes, If tho rule Is
XOIIODV CAN TKLL when YOl
DAHKK.V GRAY. FADED IIAlit
WITH 8A0K TEA
Grandmother kepi her hair beauti
fully darkened, glossy and attractive
with a brew of Sngo Ten and Sulphur
Whenever her hair took on that dull,
faded or streaked appearance, thli
fclinplo mixture was applied with won
derful effect. Jiy asking nt any drug
ttore for "Wyeth's Sngo and Sulphur
Compound,' you will get a lnrge bot
tie of this old-tlmo recipe, Improved
by the addition of other Ingredients,
all ready to use, for about GO cents
This simple mlxturo ran bo depended
upon to restore natural color and
beauty to tho hair.
A well known downtown druggist
says everybody uses Wyeths Sage and
Sulphur Compound now because 'It
darkens so naturally and evenly that
nobody can tell It has been applied
Ifs so easy to uso, too. You simply
dampen a comb or soft brush and
draw It through your hair, taking one
strand at a time. By morning the
gray hair disappears; after another
application or two, It la restored to It
natural color and looks glossy, soft
HE DARK in
MID LOOK YOUNG
Klamath Falls Cyclery
I We handle the beet In our line,
inch aa Motorcycles, Bicycles,
I'aru and Accessories, Ooodyear,
Pennsylvania and Diamond Tlree
and Tabes. The house of tbe
two and three wheelers, Includ
ing Harley-DavldsoB Berrloa.
IIS i. 0th M. Klaaaatk rlk
We open store every Tuosday and
rriciay irom io:oo a. tn. to 4:00 p. m.
Many are ton good things we can
snow. A dollar aaved Is a dollar earn
ed. In buying good thngs cheap as
you may learn, yon will never be In
debt and have to skip If you buy your
LUCKY DICK ft CO.
201 Klamath Ave. Corner of Cth 8t.
327 MAIN STREET
W. E. McABOY
Builds, anything 1st tho cabinet
line, Doors, Screeau, etc
Shop at 110 Eighth St.
J. C. CLEGHORlf
Civil Eaglaeer aad Bcrreyor
OffJe S17 Mala M.
Pttoaeat Oflee IN, Ree. 19BJ
O. K. FEED A SALE
Under new manage
ment Best care taken of all
stock placed in our I
barn. Horses, harness
and wagons bought,
sold and exchanged.
Dr. E. C Wtaacarw
Dr. P.M. Nod
Bereattk mad Mala Streets
DR. a A. MASSEY
Fourth and Pine Bts.
In Warren Hunt Hospital
Oft. Phone 497 Res. Phone 86M
We Do All Kinds of Spring Reftf
tag New Ones Made to Order
Axle BtraJghtealag and
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Phone SSavT S17 KlaaaaU Ave, !
7S9 Main Bt.
Jack Monrow, Prop.
Cigars, Tobacco. Soft Drinks,
Peel and Milliards
Harbor Shop in Connection
"Courtesy and Service"
ARTHUR R. WILSON
EX-SERVICE MEN, ATTENTION I
The regular meetings
of Klamath' Post No. 8,
American Legion, will be
held at 8 o'clock p. in., at
the Cltr Hall in Klamath Falls, on
the aecond and fourth Tuesdays of
each month. All Comrades are in
Those desiring to Join the' Poet
bmmw mmsiMM mntillmt!fin hlkBsTB xVOasl
Ufa b)vmu j-fgw .w v,
Q. K..Van Riper, Fred Nicholson, or
.1. vcereaaaa; iu auamaia saus.
nil) NXCBOLIOH. aterstary.
Looms Bldg., KUsaaU Fatal
DR. C. A. RAMBO
L O. O. F. BaHdtag
Now Open for
Mi. Rosa McDaalels,
301 High St Phone 455
Office Phone 177W Res 177R
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
Physician and Hargeosi
Klamath Falls Dmvnm
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
Office and Residence
' I. O. O. F. temple
PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON
Phones 17W Room 1 we I
17R White BaUdla
430 Main St. (New Bldg. Later)
DR. A. A. SOULE,
420 Main 1909 Main
DR. T.C CAMPBELL
PHYSICIAN AND 8VROBOH
Residence White Pelican Hetst
Resideaea Phone i.
DR. L. L. TRUAX
WAHREN HUNT HOSPITAL
Dj Phone, 497 Night Phaser,
SAW MILL ENGINEERING
Designers aad ballders of moe
era Saw Mill, Planing MUls, Boas
riant. Complete) plants contract
ed. Appraisals aad reports aaada.
Dredging. We contract to baJM
any class of a hoJldlng aad aastaJI
machinery of any kind.
Drafting of aa kind done. Btaa
Prints made. I'llONK 14M
Ofllce in K. D. Building
I am now prepared to furnish
Shasta Sand from the lloey, Uaiu.,
and and gravol pit, In any quantity
that may ne desired by contractors
AL F. GRAHAM.
Let Your GLASS troubles
C E. STUCKEY
Re-Glazing and Cabinet
Eleventh and Pine
Klamath Lodge No. 137
1. O. O. F.
Meets Friday night of each week at
I. O. O. F. hall, fth ami Main streets.
Hyman Weschler, N. G.; W. C. Wells.
Secretary; W, V. CoCer, Treasurer.
Ewauna Encampment No. 48, L O
O. F., meets Tuesday ntght of eaeli
week nt I. O. O. F. hall. W. H. North
C. P.; W. D. Cofer, Scribe; Fred
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