The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, June 23, 1920, Page PAGE SEVEN, Image 7

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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
'wrateMDAY, ftttne m, a
CiOWNH AND IU)'KH
fi'iithcr mill funij In fact ovory
thing ii woman wcuri inn ho kept In
rirnt iIiikn rniiilltliMi liy lnivliut tin dry
rlonn Him Kiirmutil or rodttimo iiri-os-Niiry
oiumlonally Our dry rliiinliiK
keeps things nw mid makes old
thing" now okiiIii It doesn't liijuro
thi) most iliillcati) rubric or riilnr. Itn
rol In trifling when coiiiiurt'd Willi
Urn rout (if in1 npparol
EASY TO DARKEN
your emr w
YOU CAN Illtl.Vfl HACK (-(M.OII
ami i.tMiti: miii s.)i: ti:a
AM) Nl'l.t'llt'lt
When ynu darken your hair wllh
Hnr,n Tm and Hnlilinr, no ono can
tell, lipriii.mi Ii'k done o naturally, so
evenly Preparing thin mliliire,
IIiiiiirIi, nt homo Ii uiumiy nml trouble
some, For 60 rnitii ynu rr.it liuy nt
ny rdiig stor tint rrady.to.ti-o prct
arollon. Improved by Hie addition ol
other liicrrdlcnti, called Wycth's HnKi
mid Sulphur Compound " You Jim
dampen n -ponce or f 'jnnh win
It and draw thin through your hair
Inking ono mull strand ut n tlmo. II)
n timing all Kray Imlr dltappears, and,
after another application or two, yout
Imlr heroines beautifully darkened
glossy mid luxuriant.
Gray, faded hair, tlionieti no dl
Itruca, I a sign of old into, and ax w
II ileilre a youthful and attractive
appear nee, get tuny at nnco with
Wyeth'a Hacn and Kulphur Compound
and look year younger.
Comfort
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WEATHER RECORD
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lleronftur tint hurulu will publish
tlio iiionn mid maximum iMiipum
turiii and precipitation refold hh ink
on by tlio II H Hoflniiiuiioti tho
Wntton, I'lilild iiiinn will uiviir tin
day previous to me imperii ln-nnt, III
to G o'clock of Hint day
Pre
Mai. Mlh. clpllutloii
Junn 1 74 38
Juno 2 7H .in
Juno .1 X.'I 47
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Juno fi .. 74 !tfi
Junn i! .... VI Vj -
Juno 7 112 2fi
Juno H 70 2T,
Junn 'J .. Vi 21!
Junn HI ... 70 .17
Juno II ... 71 47
Juiii) 12 ... (!7 r,o
Juno l.'l ... fir, 4K
Juno II .. no 4R .in
Juno 1.1 64 4(1 .17
Juno Id 73 3H
Juno 17 .. OH M .
Juno IH .. 79 38
Juno 10 .. 80 48
Juno 20 . 01 C8
Juno 21 00 67
Juno 22 . KG 49
CIII.VA'K POIIPHJ.V TltAIU.
MAKING GKIUT l'H(Nilli:SM
SHANGHAI. Mny 21. (Ily Mull )
- (Irowth of Chlna'n foreign tmdo
Ii shown In n report Jut stird glv1
lug rimloiiiH re veil lien of I lie 4S ports
In 'III tin In which dulled Mure ml
leileil Tin- total collerllunn tor tho
)e.ir iiliiouuted to 4ti-.nil9.ir.il Halk
wan T.ielH, mi liicreuno oer the rev
enileH collected III 1 111 h of 9.G04.I16
Ilk. Tli Tint llulkwan tnel, unit of
ruMtouiH value In Chlnn. range In
Viiluo from II 36 to J I Co gold
lllllMMIlllLLLLlA
PEARL OIL
, (KEROSENE)
C00KST0YES
(TAROARO OIL OOMrANY
lOAlirOhMIAl
Cleanliness Reasonable Rates
Central Hotel
fvj0n0mni0n00
New Throughout
IN THESE DAYS OF HIGH PRICES THE
AVERAGE CITIZEN WILL BE GLAD TO FIND A
PLACE TO LIVE THAT IS WITHIN HIS REACH
AND WHICH FURNISHES EVERYTHING THAT
HE COULD WISH FOR A GOOD BED, A CLEAN
ROOM, PERFECT VENTILATION. THESE YOU
WILL FIND AT THE CENTRAL HOTEL. SEV
ENTY ROOMS IN THIS GREAT HOSTELRY ARE
NOW READY AND THIS NUMBER IS BEING
ADDED TO AS FAST AS THEY CAN BE FIN
ISHED AND FURNISHED.
SPECIAL RATES MADE TO PERMANENT
ROOMERS. NO- BETTER SPRINGS, MATTRESS
OR BEDDING ARE MADE THAN THOSE FOUND
AT THE CENTRAL HOTEL.
J. J. KELLER,
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BEG K OH SALTS
Flush oiir kldne) ixxnslimly
If you nil incut
regularly
No mini or woman who oats meat
regularly run miiko a mldtuko hy
duelling tlio kidneys ornidlouly, says
it well liliowu authority. Meat
fornw uric ncid whlih clogs tlio kid
liny pon h ho tlmy KliiftKinlily llltor
oi nil uln only part of tho waste and
polHouu from I Int. blood, then you
tel dl l .Nearly nil rheumatism,
iieiidatheN , llvor trouble, nervous
ness, lonxtlpatlon, dlrzines-i, sleep
Icskm-ks, hladdor disorders como
(loin sluggish kidneys.
Tint moment you feci n dull nrho
In tho klduityN or your hark hurtH,
or If tho urlno Ik cloudy, offctuilvi),
full of reilliininl, Irreculer of pttitn
iRD or utleiided by n herniation of
(cntdltiK. cct about fou- ouncon oi
Juil Hnltii from any reliublo plinr-
iiiney unil take a tublenpoonrul In a
kIiikh of water before breukfant for
a fitw diiyn anil your kidney will
then net line, Thin farnoUB Haiti) la
mndii from the ncid of k raped and
leinim Juice, combined with lit li la
and hn been ned for Kcnnratlona
to lliidb cloRRed kldnityn and dtlmu
Inti) thorn to activity, h!ho to nou
trnllio tho ncldx In urlno do It no
loner canned Irritation, thud end
Iiik bladder dldorilnra.
Jad Suits In lueiiiendlvo and can
not Injure: m nk I'd n dollithtful ofTer
vedcent lllhla-wiiter drink which all
recular ment eaterd dhould take now
Mini then to keep tho klilneyd clean
.mil thii blood pure, thereby avoid
Iiik dorloux kidney cotnpllcntlond.
JWrTICi: OI' FI.VAI AfiXiVST
NOTICi: IH 1IKIIKIIY OIVKN that
(in undernlKiD'd hud filed In the
County Court of Ktumath County,
Oregon, tho final account of hid ad
mlnldtratlon of tho K-tate of Ioulo
II Dlion. deceased, nnd tho dald
Court hail fixed July 10, 1920, at tho
liunr of 10 o'clock In tho forvnoon
of Raid day, and tho Court Itoom of
tho County Court of Klamath County,
Oregon, In Klamath Kalla, Oregon,
n the date, tlmo and place for tho
bearing of objections acnlnst ca'd
flnul actount, If any thoru bo, und ''or
the M'ttlement thereof.
IIKNSON DIXON,
Admlnlxtrutor of tho Katnln
of Ixiulo II. Dixon, dcccMcd.
Juno 2'91C'2330
Tllli I'HK OK thu column will
! make money for you.
Manager.
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SUGGESTS EDS.
WAHIIINUTON, June 22 Ilovl
Hlou of the prcdcnt method of rnnk
Ink appropriation and redldtrlbutlou
Of tho work of tho varlctiM exnnillvo
ilopirtnicnta tiro recommended by
Amlaltirit Hecretary Itotidevell In n
letter to IteprcKontiitlvo Ireland, Ho
publican. IlllnolH, which wan mado
public today at tho navy department.
Mr KotiHcvelt wrote in reply to un
Inquiry from Mr Inland un to wheth
er any roorKarilriitloriM, rnforinx or
coriKrlldalloiid could lo mado In tho
nuvy department Tho uMdldtunl mte
rotary did not confine hlrnKc.lt to that
department, lie recommended Unit
cenKrcim:
"Create n true budCLt ayittnm, not
tho dinall beKlnnlnK ulready at
tempted, "Con-olldate tho nppropriatlann In
ono Kenerul committee, with dub-
tomrnltteed to deal with depurutu dul
JcctM.
"I'ut Into law the Kcnernl prin
ciple 'recommended by tho reclamii.
firutlon (ommltteo't) report, tCRethor
with tlio authorization of adequate
oularlen to Rovernmcnt cmployvii.
"Invito u conference with tho ex-
ecutho branih of tho govurnment,
looklnR to u rerl;iddficutlon and re
dldtrlbutlon of tbo work of tho de
partment!). "(live by lav. greater authority to
the heudd of tbo exccutlvo depart
ment In conducting their executive
hudlncdd, ut tlio Ktimu tlmo holding
thedo hcadd more directly redponxibla
for tho Bucrendful admlnidtrutlon of
thvlr work."
Mr. Itoudcvelt aald that tho entire
djdteni of relatlondhlp which exldts
between congress and tho executive
department!) la fundamentally wrong.
"After duen yean) down hero In an
executive podltiou," ho continued, "I
cannot help tho ccncluilon that our
Rovorumental metbodH ur cumber
domo and wasteful. I am equally
trunk In tclllriR yon that I tblnk tbo
first IniprovementH mufct coma In
what Ih after nil the toured of gov
ernmental uctivltled, 1. e., tho legli
lutlvo branch.
"I hope you will not take it aw a
crlllcldtn of any individual or this
particular congredd when 1 call at-
tenttcn to tho ery unwleldly, Inade
(unty and unbudlncddilko methods
under which the public and senate of
the United Stutrx conduct their busi
ness. For Instance, the navy depart
ment has to go before the naval af
fnlrs committee for Its main appro
priation. It nlso Iiuh to go beforu tho
appropriations committee for the
money to run tho forco In Washing
lob, uml I ran cite numerous In
Htunrex when) tho department has
fallen between thti two fires af the
two committee."
ior poi'ititi
(Continued from I'ngo 2)
with by tho authorities, whou that
condition nrlees."
Docs that apply to tho present
"Tules," too, Prank?
If tho I.ono Star wanted, to w'ux
"starry" tnnlcht. ho would say that
as fur ns "authorities" nro concerned
ho is Bomowhnt liko the htcx who
wnv n Klraffo for the tlrst tlmo. He
looked nt It nnd Mid "There nlnt no
hucIi animal." Hut we wont get
"starry" tonight.
In this column last week, tho re
mark was mado that tbo pluoo t"
Bottlo all questions of thin nature
was at tho polls, and that was never
more aptly llustrnted than it was nt
that council mootltiK Monday nlKht.
Where were all tho calamity howl
ers unit that element who mo all tho
time ralsliiK c.iln about "Tules" and
tliliiKs of that description? There
wasn't ono In tdght.
Tho tlmo for notion w.ts when tho
permit was nskoiWor. Thon tho ki
bosh coild htiva'heou put on it
nt!T NOT NOW. Something liko our
otory of last wook nbout the follow
!
that wan homo praying ror promm-
tlon to carry, and the diys lost t
ono vote HIS,
Same thing here. Now let the
folks who opose this sort of thing
forovor hold their peace. Tho couucil
meeting was as open to them as it
was to anyone else. .The othor folks
were there, whllo the reform element
WERE NOT THERB.
We will now ask Hrother Upp to
close with prayer, and that will con
clude tbe performance this evening.
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BUSINESS CARDS
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Klamath Falls Cydery
We handle the best In our line,
ucb m Motorcycles, Bicycles,
Parts and Accessories, Goodyear,
Pennsylvania and Diamond Tires
and Tubes. The bouse of the
two and tbreo wheulers, Includ
ing Harley-Davldson Service.
O. B. BlflMARK
115 H. Mb fit. KUmatb FalU
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NOTICB
Wo open store every Tuesday and
Friday from 10:00 a. m. to 4;0o p, in.
I any ore th good thlnRs wo can
show A dollar saved Id a dollar earn
ed. In buying good thngs cheap ns
you may learn, you will never be In
debt and have to skip If you buy your
goods from
I.UCKY DICK & CO,
201 Klamath Ave. Corner of Cth St
PHONE 39
327 MAIN STREET
W. E. McABOY
Ilnllds anything' la the cabinet
liar. Doors, gcrecaa, etc
Shop at 110 Eighth St.
t. O. CLKOHOR.N
Civil Kngtaeer aad Sarvejor
Office 617 Main Bt
Pboeea: Ofllce 160, Ree. 1923
O. K. FEED Jb SALE
STABLES
Under new manage
ment Best care taken of all
stock' placed in our
barn. Horses, harness
and wagons bought,
sold and exchanged.
DENTISTS
Dr. E. G. Wuecarrer
FHONK H4
Dr. P. M. Noel
FHONK 4
Over VaderwooeVe
Seventh aad afata Streets
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DR. a A. MASSEY
Fourth and Pine Sts.
In Warren Hunt Hospital
Oft. Phone 497 Res. Phone 86M
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KLAMATH AUTO
SPRING WORKS
We Do All Kaade of Sprtag Repair-
tag New Oaea Made to Order
axle BtralskteaUac aad
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Phoae aw-Y 617 KlaaaaUi Ave. I
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tfj00i
Phone 4S0
Ice Creaaa
728 Main Bt
Caadlee
PASTIME
Jack Moarow. Prop.
Cigars, Tobacco. Soft Drinks,
Peel and Billiards
Barber Shop In Connection
OCR MOTTO
"CoBrteay aad Service"
WILSON ABSTRACT
COMPANY
517 Mala
ARTHUR R. WILSON
Uaaager
EX-SERVICH MEN, ATTENTION I
Tbe regular meetings
ot Klamath Post No. 8,
American Legion, will be
aeld at 8 o'clock p. m., at
... m mil in Klamath Falls, on
the aecond and fourth Tuesdays of
each month. All comraaes are
TbON daslring to Join the Post
mar secure application blanks from
Y, H. Caraaaaarall of Klamath Falla
FfUBD NICHOLSON, Secretary
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
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FRED WESTERFELD
DRMTIHT
Phone 434W.
XIUjr Laboratory
LoomU Uldf aUaauub Valla
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DR. C. A. RAMDO
Dentist
I. O. O. F. Ralldlag
PHONE ai
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PRIVATE HOSPITAL
Now Open for
Maternity i 'km
Mr.. Bona McDaaleto.'
301 High St Phone 45S
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nmos Plinna 1771V Rn. 177R I
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
Physldaa and Hargeoa
White Building
Klamath Palls Oregon
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DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
Surgeon
Office and Residence
Phones 321
I. 0. O. F. Temple
' E. D. LAMB
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Phones I7W
17R
Rooms 1 aad 1
White HaUdlng
DR. T. C CAMPBELL
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
I. O. O. F. Ralldlag
Pboaeaw
Residence Wblte Pelican Hotel
Residence Phone t.
DR. L. L. TRUAX
WAItltKN HUNT HOSPITAL
Day Phone. 497 Night Phoae, 8
SAW MILL KNRINKRRING
CONKTKUCTION CO.
Dc-df-Tier nml builders cf mod
ern miw mills, planlnit mills aad
box plants, n.-cdglnc;. Pile driving.
Phone 4041.W
Offlcv Corner Spr'ng nnd Oak
Near li. P. Depot
I am now prepared to ftrnlab
Shasta Sand from the Hoey. Cam.,
innd and gravel pit. In any quantity
that may he desired' by contractor!
ud builders
AL. P. GRAHAM.
Let Your GLASS troubles
be Mine
C. E. STUCKEY
Re-Glazing and Cabinet
Making
Phone 47.7W
Eleventh and Pine
Klamath Lodge No. 137
I O. O. F.
Meets Piiday night ot each week at
1. O. O. P. hall, fth and Main streets,
ilyman Weschler, N. G.; W. C. Wells,
Sccretary: W. D. Cofer. Treasurer.
Ewauna Encampment No. 48, 1. O
O. P., meets' Tuesday night of each
weok at I. O. O. F. hall. W. H. North.
C P.; W. D. Cofer, Scribe: Fred
Iluostng. Treasurer.
NEW CITY LAUNDRY
FINISHED WORK
FLAT WORK
ROUGH DRY
"Put Your Duds
In Our Sud"
PHONE 154
Corner Main and Congee
Superstitious folk In bo mo ot tbe
rural parts of England believe that
It means death to bring Into ,tU
house a single dalndll, when that
flower first appears In the sprlag.
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