The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, June 30, 1920, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3

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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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If the Wood Dealer
Sold Service
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Wn do not ("I'll current; mo cll Hcrvlrc.
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Writ, uppom llm wood itcnlcr nolil Mrvlrfl Inn trail of wood, hn
would Irml in )imr fiirimci) iuiiI ur rmiKO, tnkn nwny tlio umIicn
Mini rlriiti llm flura, Vou would liuy mi much lirut.
Now )iiu buy mi iniirli light, nlllmiiuli you pay nci-onllng li llm
uirrcnt you ruiixuiiii. Hut llm norvlco In iM-rforriicU for you by Oil
company nt ho sulrataUoa mill power plant.
That l what wo want to glvn you nfflrlcnt nwvlrn. It In thn
nlm nf tli company to have nono hut untlaflrit rualmnrr. Nit
niAlIrr "lint It if If you linvn a grlevum t, or aro ilinnutMIrd alMiut
your lilll or iln not unilcrnliuiil our rata, plriwo ciinm In unit im
u or wrllo u about II.
If you liavo any suggestion l innkr, wo will gladly avail our
clvi'd of l limn iw oar aim la ronnUntly to Impnnro our anrvlfa to
you an faat an Clio development of sclonce and lituuau ability permit.
California-Oregon Power
Company
LARGE ASSORTMENT
OF
Domestic and Imported
Spring Woolens
Now on Display.
MTU TURNS
OREGON BREVITIES
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IIKNI), Jiiiiii 20, Mr. Jcorgo
liatoa, f.8, of lloiiil, onilivl lioro llfo nl
Imr lioinu Intro by uvvnllowInK Insect
polnon containing n high purcmitago
of corroKlvo aubllninto, tlio I in mod I
nto aitmlnlHtrullon of tin miiuflc anil
antidote fiilllriK to nrront thn action
of thu powurfiil drug,
Mm, llntnfl linil been In poor honltli
for no m i) tlmn anil In thought to havn
linn ii temporarily unbalanced. Hho Im
niirvlvml by a widower, a on and
two daughters, ono marrloil. Hho
camo liijrn from IlomldJI, Minn.) In
1902.
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IT'S fJltANDMOTHKIffl ItKCIPK TO
Illtl.VO HACK COI.OIt AM) l.VH.
TIIK TO IIAIIl
IIICNI), Juno 20. At a coat of
I1R.000 tlio llonil Wator, Light ft
I'ower company ha completed tlio
construction of n rcmirvo plant two
mile up thn Deschutes rlvor. Tlio
rcorve plant Ik capable of supplying
tlio city of fiend with 1 100 Kalian of
wator a mlnutn. double thn amount
consumed In tho hotteat woatber.
The water paaae through n Ionic r
In of rapldN lioforo ranching thu
pumping itatlon and In nddltlon
pamioa throuKh a icravol screen and a
chlorlnlzatlon plant lioforo reaching
tho city.
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HALKM, Juno 20, An order ot
reprieve signed In Portland by Gov
ernor Olcott, navnd W. If, Ilutlnr, un-
dor Indotermlnato nontonco from one
to 15 year In tlio atato penitentiary
for thn alaylng of McDonald Stewart
of Jackaon county, from entering the
prlaon today to sturt serving hli
torm.
That beautiful, even ihadn of dark,
gtoaiiy lialr ran only be had by brow.
Ing a mlrturo of Hnge Ten nnd 8ul-j
phur. Your hair U yoar charm. It
Perfect Fit Guaranteed
CHAS. J. C1ZEK
MERCHANT TAILOR
518 Main Street
uinkea or mora thA facu. When It
fail r , turna groy or alrr.iked, juat an
appllrntlan or two nf Sana and fiul
phur enhances lu appearance a hun
dred fold.
Don't bother to preparo tho mix-
tnr; yoti can let this famous old
llr'ND. Juno 20. If. J. flankcy,
representative ot the HrltUh colonial
otllco, arlvod In Ilond In thn course
of n three month' tour of tho United
Htnte. Ho la ".laltlng nil center of
the lumber Indmttry to Rnln n knowl-
edge of method In the hope of ar I
plying aomo of them to mahogany ox
plultatlun In Afrlca; After vlaltlng
thn plno mill and camp hero, he
will leave for Portland.
IlOSnnilltO, Juno 20, ProOteer
Ing by charging duuhlo ratea for
tunchea and moal iwrvnl by roatnu-
rclpo Improved by tho addition ofrnnl proprietor In thla city Friday
other Ingredient for CO conta a largo'0 Shrlnera paaalng through on their
Ot Queen Victoria' granddaugh
(era, three aro Queen Concort of
Hpalu, Norway and Itonunla,
bottle, nil ready for uae. It la called
Wyeth' Hage and Sulphur Compound.
Tnl can alway bo depended upon to
bring bark thu natural color and lui
tro of your liatr.
Kveryhody uae "Wyeth'" 8ag
and Kulplmr Compound now becauM
It darken so naturally and evenly
that nobody can tell It haa been ap
plied. You almply dampen a aponge
or aoft hruah with It and draw thla
through tho lialr, Inking ono amall
itraml nt a time; by morning the gray
lialr haa dlcappvared, and nftor an
other application It become bei tl
fully dark and appear gloaynd lua-trou.
way Houth wax quickly ndJiMtcd by
tho ahnrlrf when Informed that ox
cota price worn bolng charged.
KINKI) KIVK DOMaiM
I,. K, Walker appeared bofore
Judge A. L. Leavltt yesterday and
deposited a fine ot $C for having left
his car standing on tho strcvt all
night without light'.
What Delay May Mean
to Owners of Small Cars
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The present demand for Goodyear
Tires in the 30x3-, 30x3V.- and 31x4
inch sizes exceeds anything in our
experience, and is steadily showing'
increase. -.m,x".':vnr -'"--.
Not even our operation of the world's
largest tire factory devoted .to these
sizes, allows us to guarantee to supply
all needs for them this year.
We counsel you to buy Goodyear
Tires and Heavy Tourist Tubes now,
for your Ford, Chevrolet, Maxwell,
Dort or other car taking these sizes, as
delay may mean disappointmentlater.
The r.afe means to enjoy true Good
year mileage and economy en your
car this summer is to visit your Good
year Service Station dealer today.
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30x3V4 Goodyear .
Slnglr-Cure Fabric, S'J 1 50
Anti-Skld Tread... V ' JL
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CooJyear Kea-y TourUt TuLei cott no
more than die price you nru a'td to pay
for tulwa of Icti merit why ruk conly
catlnci when oc!i ture protec
tion i a'valljl.lc? MxZYi tlx $50
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Now York theatrical producer
who am organizing their companies
for next season roport that the short-
ago In chorus girl Is becoming still
mora acute.
AT THE THEATERS
Mind you !
BUttjiy
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Not premiums or coupons but
clean cut merit won for Camelst
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B. J. aEYNOLBS
TOBACCO CO.
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CAMELS leave no doubt in your mind
as to how you stand on the choice of
cigarettes! Camels quality and Camels t
expert blend of choice Turkish and choice '
Domestic tobaccos settle that to your sat
is faction! And, you'll prefer this Camtl
blend to either kind smoked straight 1
rrrtim
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Camels refreshing flavor alone is a rev
elation, but their smooth mellow-mildness
and satisfying body just cap the climax!
And, they never tire your taste, no matter
how liberally you go to them! And,. you'll
also learn what it means to smoke a ciga
rette free from any unpleasant cigaretty
aftertaste or unoleasant ciearettv odor
j.iWTS"TN2l!giriiVA ration irn omnla Pamalo . "
You've certainly got a" surprise waiting
ifor you when you compare Camels with
any cigarette iuiejyorWjat
any price.
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Ail Zaman, "tho scourge ot the
ilesort, had been a white man-
once, but tho Iron of cynicism had
ontored his soul. As Captain Rand,
ot tho foreign legion, bo bad been
dismissed in disgrace, though Inno
cent. Tho man bo know was guilty had
saved hi llfo, but was a moral cow
ard and let him bear the atlgmaand
so, rather than dishonor Beverly, to
whom bo owed his life. Rand kept
silent, but his soul wo dead; or so
he thought.
In hi tent on the desert "AM"
gloated on the beauty ot Ethel Lam
bert, a alio shrank In terror from his
embrace. Her arm and shoulders
were bare, her hair disheveled, and
hor breath came tnmultuously in
mingled fear and anger, for she
tought him with the fury ot a tiger-
ess, and now atood waiting for his
,noxt move. Suddenly her eye gleam
ed with a new horror, as she pointed
to hi bare chest which had become
exposed during the struggle.
"And you you are white-"
All the acorn and contempt ot a
noblo woman ot his own race were In
those word. They had struck home.
Yea, be had been "white" once, but
ho had glvon up his birthright, for
ho had been wronged, hi reputation
blasted and hi name an honorable
lino for generations dishonored.
"And It wan ail a hideous Injustice
"1 hato my whlto race, and all con
nected with It!" ho snarled, and,
turning, wnlkod from tho tent.
Dut "Tho White Man's Burden."
the heritage ot ages chivalry, as
serted Itself. He re-entered the tent,
with nlmost reverent respect corored
tho bare shoulders ot tho woman
with her cloak, led her out Into the
night and gave her her freedom.
This is tho climax ot a tensely
dramatic scene In H. B. Warner's
production, "Tho Man Who Turned
White." which will be tho big fea
ture at the Liberty on Wednesday.
3 BALL GAMES AND
DANCE, 4TH PROGRAM
The Fourth of July celebration In
Klamath Falls this year will conalat
ot three ball game to be played
Saturday, Sunday and Monday, with
Corning, California, and a dance nt
the open air dance hall on Seventh
and Pine streets. Thla la according
to the committee on arrangements.
Because of the lack of Interest
shown by the business men the com
mittee found It Impossible to plan nn
elaborate celebration thla year. It la
expected that many will spend their
vacation at Bly or Fort Klamath
where big three-day programs have
been planned.
Chicago women's clubs have start
ed a campaign to induce every wo
man entitled to n vote to go to the
polls and exercise her right of suff
rage. The campaign is to be entirely
non-partisan, and will be conducted
throughout the state as well as In the
city ot Chicago.
WOOD
Slab-wood is now selling nt tk
bottom summer price, buy now, set
later on but now. Remember tnlav
your year's wood can be bought atv
cheap In Klamath Falls as In nay
city on the Pacific coast, but jre
must buy when the sale Is on.
Phone us your orders nnd ws
promise service.
TERMS CASH
Office 708 Main Be. Fhess tat
Residence Phone 8M
. O. PEYTON
"Wood to Bum"
At the age ot It, Miss Frances Ma
Coanell, daughter of a Methodiat
bishop, has received the degree at
master of arts from the University
ot Denver, the youngest student, It it
said, ever to graduate from that la
stltutlon.
Mrs. Nathan Straus, wife of the
eminent New York philanthropist,
has given all her Jewels, valued at
110,400 and Including many cher
Uhed heirlooms, to the Zionist Or
ganlxatlon ot America for the Ssvel
opmont ot medical and health ser
vice in Palestine.
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JEWEL CAFE
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THAT FOURTH OF JULY DINNER
will be all the more enjoyable if you and your
friends reserve tables and have the meal at this
restaurant. We will have a special menu for the
holiday and plenty of good things to eat at modern
ate cost. As a big special for the Fourth, try our,
table d' hote dinner. ' .
I 610 Main Street
The Jewel
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