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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 7, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLSOREGON
WF.DNKHDAY, JUNB T, 100
Wo will sell those HhinglcH nt 91.00 per thousand .below the
retail market, Thto is an opportunity to get the best Hhingles
made at a price that is a real bargain.
Sawmill Engineering & Construction Co.
Oajc and Spring Sts., near S. P. Depot
Dr. Junta' Headtoht Powdara
l fivt instant relief Cott
dlBM a packtf .
tlirnVhing naadatht-a yield In jiwt a few
anouienu 10 wr. Jaitifw" iirailaotia row
drre which coal only 10 rrnU atk.
age at any drug atore. If. the quick
at, (tirnit hradarh rflltf In the whole
Wolld. Ikiiil auffrrl llrlirvo thr
aimny ami dlatrras now) Ymi can.
MIIIIum of men and womti ' !.
loiiml lliat baadacb and tmualgla
aiiaary la ntedlssa. iiti wLat yon aak
CALIFORNIA NEWS I
PnEHNO, July 7 Charles Hlam
per, an overseaa soldier, who wan
wounded three timet Id action, died
her from a ahoticuri wound received
at the hand or Mr I.I 1 1 In llclfen
stein of Patterson, according to bla
DtlNHMDIlt, July 7 The flal'bia
gone furlb that no rampflres ran (hi
made. In the Khnata national forest
reserve without a campflre permit
HKMIINO, July 7 The Hhasta
Zinc tt Copimt couipuny, controlled
by lltiytlcn, Htone It Co. at Huston,
hns decided on construction of a xlnc
oxide pi ii tit nt tliu Dally Hill initio, In
addlllim to n rlnc concentrating
plant This la according to n state
ment Issued at Ibu llontou beadiiuar
(cm of the company.
(1HAHB VAI.LKV. July 7. Lloyd
I' Lnrue, well known lawyer here,
who waa lexul adviser tor a, number
of the largest mining concerns opor
ntlrif In thin dlatrlct, died In a Sim
HTOCKTON, July 7 Danlrl Me
(1 rigor, late manager of the Poodle
Dok Dance Arcade, dl-d at a local
hoapltal of liurna received from n
WOODLAND, July 7. Henry
lleldlrnann, local blacksmith, I hov
urlnK between llf and death at a
lociilajnnltarluin with a severe frae
tun of the akull sustained when .he
wua run down by an unknown Italian
truck driver while. rldlug a bicycle
HAN KKANCI8CO. July 7 Two
men and a 10-year-old boy were
killed and their bodies burned when
the airplane In which they were rid
ing here struck a high-voltage elec-
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Cleanliness Reasonable Rates
The Central Hotel
nruinj-iriiiii"ii''ii"aJi",'i',i,' - - -- - - - J.-- . . . J.--fir-r- ,
IN THESE DAYS OF HIGH PRICES THE
AVERAGECITIZEN 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,
trie wlro and cruahed to the ground
In flames nt the Marina flying field.
OIIOVILLK. July 7. Mra. Emily
Miller, H7. u native of Liverpool, Eng
land, nnd pioneer rcildcnt of liutle
county, who for many yean baa made
bur homo In this city U dead in Oak
laud. VALLKJO, July 7. Hear Admiral
Oscur W Kurenholt died In the Mare
Inland naval boHpltal. Heart 'dlaeaio
waa tho cuuao of bla d era lie. He was
77 year old
(IALT, July 7. With the grave
of their Hon, George Llppl, who met
death In tbe drive of the famoua 8'at
dlvlalon, In tbe Argonne forest during
the world war, a tbejr objective.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Llppl left Oalt. Thy
plan n trip lasting sli months.
KEI) HLUKP, July 7. Supervisor
John Itooe Htoddard, of Carrvllle,
Trinity county, died at a local hos
pital following an Illness of several
weeks He was a native of Illinois
and 78 years old. Ho waa engaged
In the stock business for many ytaiB
with bla two sons.
THE! 1:bb OP tbea columns will
make money for yon.
AFFECTS EXCHANGE IN INDIA
Orokeri ontl Currency Oealir Find
Busmen Oreatly Influenced by
tile Marrlaye Biooon,
Among llic liillucme v.!iih nffei'f
Hiw cii'ii'tii'y f it iMiiitr.t. iiruliiiM)
none Inn i'XiTta In exchange 'would
! liidliii'il lo Include iniirrjlng mid
giving In marriage, wily I lie I let roll
Vet It U n furl Hint Hie Intlliin tnnr- (
rhige scusori, ttlildi ionics In Miiy, dues '
ii'liiiilly have mi iidvcrai t hVi i mi Hie
rule of exiliniigc In liidln. Jnl ns Hie
i'XMirta of .u In ii I mid kiiiIii from ini!u
foi in miiiiin'r rciiMiiiuil IiiIIiiciiic wbltb
iijiiih ext liniiiie In fin or of Indln.
CiiNinin In Indln dlcliilio Hint .Hie
irMi'KPiiMii ,,r Id fiitlier, kIiiiiiIiI kIm
.'old mid Hllvcr oiuiiiiieiila lo Hie bride
ut tbe lime of Hie iiiiirrlnce. Then?
oriiiiiiii-ntN ure inlliil "alrec-illiiiti," nud
lbe reireM-nl, In tenllty, a imirrliiK"
n'ltlctiii nt. Tbey lire the wouiiir.' al
anliiie iroeriy, mid abe initurully pre
aerteN them with great care.
At the iniirrluKo time a great "10
iniilwi," or feaat, la given to the Imme
diate relative nnd followers of tbe
tuo mmlllex. and thla. of vourae, necea
sllnlea a luvlab expenditure of silver.
Hankers, brokers and Knatern ex
cliati:e dealers -bate found by experi
ence that the coming of the ninrrisce
M-tiHon In Indln Is heralded Uy a de
mmid for a taat amount of silver cur
rency, and llu'y accordingly Hike atefs
In ii dm nee to enable them to meet It.
MUST KNOW DIAMOND'S GRAIN
Point of 'Cltavaga Haa to Be Dstar. J
mined Bsfor Cutter Baalns
Work en atone.
tn the illniuoiid there Is a "grain"
In the ruugb stone, which grain la
purullel to any of the triangular face
of the octahedral crystal. Tbe atone
In the rough are examined for perfec
tion ami asMirted for sixes. The larg
est stones are given very close Inspec
tion for Haws ond carbon spots. VVbeei
these are found It may be desirable to
split the stone Into several smaller
pieces, to eliminate the flaws and to
M-cure stones of wore marketable site.
It behootes an Individual known as a
"cleaver" to know thoroughly tbe grain
of the diamond In the rough. Some
times days are taken to decide on Its
cleuvagc In order to get the largest
and heat results a mark Is placed up
on the diamond with pen and Ink, a
tiny groove Is ground Into It and tha
stone mounted on the end of a holder
with the sharp edge of another dia
mond. A . knife about six Inches by
one Inch blgb Is now Inserted Into the
groe or on top of the line, and with ,
a quica mow me oiamonu separair
really along Its grain. Electrical Ex
perimenter. The Why of Jsyhawkera.
"Wllder's Annals of Kansas" give
this history of the werd: "On an.
tumn mnrnlng In this year (1896) Pat
Devlin, a Free State Irishman, rode
Into Oiawatomle on a horse heavily
InJen with many kinds of goods. 'Have
you, been foraging, eTatV 'Yes. I've
been Jn) linn king. In Irclnnd we have
a bird vve call the Jnjhowk; It worries
Ita prey before devouring It; and Jay
hawking Is a good name for the Imh.
mil I'vu been In.' This Is the' only
known origin of the word. Colonel
JeiinUon, early In the war (between
tie proKlnvery nnd free state force)
oiled hluiM-lf nnd lib soldiers Jny
hawkers, mid the mime soon came to
be applied to ntl Knnnnna. Others at
tribute 'the wonl to Col. Charles R.
JeiiulMin, one of the Free State tend-(I-,
claiming that huJ'co'ned" It. "Jay
tiavvklng" vvns the term ued to ile
scrlbe tbe depredations of the Kiitinnn
and they were calliil "Ja hawkers." as
the term "Border Humans'' was nppllod
to the Missouri pro-slavery men.
Hew Physicians Oat Rich.
.Tones Is no more of a hypochondriac
thun other people, but he 'was heard
talking to hlim-elf as follows; "Here
I am eating my usual diet of fried
fiKHl, canned meats, doughnuts, pic.
wine, ten nnd coffee. It makes me
sore In even think of wholesome foods
like brun -gems, eggs and milk. My
stomach roust be In a frightful con
dition ; I'll go and see a doctor."
Later at the doctort office he, ex
pltdtied: "Doctor, although I feel
A No. 1 my diet has been such I hut
I feel sure If mut have Injured my
dUestlon, Please exnmlue me thor
oughly and then It'll me If ou hon
estly think fr am In need1 of the serv
ices of the profession which ufforda
you a livelihood."
Seltnee In Warfare.
A nnvtd use In war of a sensitive
Jhent-regliiterlnB tippurntus served tn
detecting hostile raiding parties mov
ing nt night In No Man's Land. In a
paper to the American Phjslcnl so
ciety, 8. O. Hnfman described .the .re
ceiver a h thermopile placed nt the
focus of a 1 -Much parabolic mirror, and,
connected to n IVArsonval galvanom
eter. This device proved capable of
detecting u man 000 feet away by the
heat of his body. Besides thus doing
efficient service In guarding trenches,
this heat detector Is suggested as tbo
basis of a new kind of secret signal
ing at abort range.
Guard within yourself tho treasure.
Madness. Know how to give wlthoat
aaaltatloa, know how to lose wlthoat
roarat, bow to acquire without mean.
I Klamnlti Pnlla Pvrlon;
,Wo handle the best In our lino,
such as Mntnrevclea. Illrrclcn.
Parts nnd Accesnorlcs, Goodyear.
I'ennsyivanla and Diamond Tires
and Tubas. Tbo house of the
two and threo wTieelnrs, Includ
ing Harloy-Davldaon Sorvloe.
O. K. DIBMABK
IIS 8. Vtli M. KlamaUi Valla
327 MAIN STREET
t. C. CLI3GHORX
OtU KMgtmttr aaWI Swrare
Office 117 MalaM.
Paxmeai Otaea It, Kesu 1MU
O. K. FEED A SALE
Under new manage
ment Best care taken of all
stock placed in our
barri. Horses, harness
and wagons bought,
sold and exchanged.
Dr. E. a Wlaecarrar
Dr. P. M. Nod
DR. & A. MASSEY
Ftmrt ova Pbbo St.
la Warraa Haat Hoafltal
Oft. Pkoao 417 Re. Pkeao MM
7I Mala St
Jock Moau-ow, Pre.
t ngar, Tobacco. Soft Drlaka,
Peel wd Ballard
Barber Shop la Connection
"Coeuteay aavi mrrUmn
EX-8ERV1CK MBit, ATTENTION I
Bjj. The. rognlar meetlag
aBDf of Klamatau Poot No. I,
nl American Legloa, will be
BW Md at o'clock p. m.. at
tko City Rail la Klaaatk Pallv,on
tho aoeoad and foarth Taeadaya of
eacb month. All Comrade aro-la-Wtd.
Thoso desiring to loin tho Poot
mar aeeure . aoollcatlon blanka front
;o. K Van Riper, Pred NlchoUon, or
T. B. Carnahan. all of Kiamata rails
PRKD NIClfDLflON. Secretary
WESTERN LABOR f
The only place where you
jean get help and the only
place where you can get a
- 1034 MAIN ST.
NEW CITY LAUNDRY
In Our Smtr
PHONE AM, , :
Ltximla llldg., KJamath FaUa
DR. C. A. RAMBO
I. O. O. P. DalldMac
Now Open for
Mra. Rom MeOaatoH,'
301 High St Phone 455
Office Phone 177W Re 177R
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
PfayskUa and Hoigeun
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
Office and Residence
' I. O. O. F. Temple
E. D.LAMB .
PHYSICIAN AND HURCaKM
Room 1 aad 9
DR. T.C CAMPBELL
, 'physician and stjromon
L O. O. P. BeJIaTsag
Realdence Whit Pelleaa Hotel
Raatdeaea Pkoao I.
DR. L. L. TRUAX
WAKRKN HUNT HOflRTAIi
Day Pkoae, 4S7 Nlsjht
DeaJgnera and bmllders of
em saw mills, plitnlma; tatta saad
box plant. Ih-edglag. Pile sMfiatr.
Office Corner Spring and Oak
Near S. P. Depot
1 am bow prepared to tarns)
dhaata Band from the Hoar. Caiau'ij;
taud and gravel pit, la any auaattW.i
that may bo desired by coattailata igft
iad bulldara. y$.s
At. r. ORABAaV" :
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C E. STUCKEY
Re-Glazing and Cabinat
Eleventh 'and Pine
, Klaaaath Lodge KtV 137
Meet Friday night of eack week at
I O. O. P hall, Cth and Mala street.
Hyman Weschler, N. Q.; W. O. Walla.
Secretary; W. D. Cofer, Treasurer.
'Bwaaaa Baeampmeat No. 4. L O
O. F., aaoaU Taoadsy night of aaaa
week at I. O. O. P. hall. W. H. North,
O. P.: W. D. Cofer, Scribe; Fred
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