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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
TIIUI.HIIAV, JU1.V 18, 1
1018 Chevrolet, A I condition
two now cord tiro
llilfl, Ford.ln rooiI order
', llruH good
1017 Kuril, Kmiil condition
J 01 8 Kurd Hednn, Al condition
nil now oviii'hIzu tiros,
9-( In uxtni inmliiiiiimt
I in I'uril delivery, with
enclosed body first cIiikn
condition, llri'H Hood
Klnnmth Fnlln Auto Co.
11.17 Miiln HI.
My i,om: Hiviit
Do yon It now how to (nil n limn
Hint Iiiim whool In hi bond, Well
yon run Kunnrnlly toll lilm hy Urn
"mmkmi" that romo out of hi nniiitli.
Oroesbock wiih tryltiK n cnb In
tlin Kul some limn buck, mill Innl n
vnry oxnorutlnif witness to ilmil
In Hin con mo of the trlnl tlui fnl
IowIiik convefsntlon ensued:
"Couio, cuino nlr ilo )on mean to
lull in" (lint yiii illiln't see Hin com
plnlniint'H cow on thn Itiml 7 How
nunr do yoll have lo ho to n beast bo
fori) yon rim son It 7"
Witness:--"About hi. iIIkIiiiicii Iii
iiiii from ou, sir."
PENSION WITNESSES i
NO LONGER NEEDED!
WAHIIINOTON, .Inly ir., wit
iikxsoh of tlic ImlorHrniunt of pen
sion cheek will not ho rogulred In
tlui fntnroi except whom pensioner
hIkii hy murk, nccordlnK to an nn
nouncoiuent hy thu pension btireuu.
Kour time n year, tho 700,000
pctmlouurit now on thu government
roll Iiiivii been required to lutvo two,
person sign thn chock iim witnesses
of tho endorsement, n prncoedliiK
Hint required tho Mimrlorly collection
of moro tlinn fi, 000,000 slKtinturo. '
Decision to inoillfy thu require- j
inent wiin iiinilii hy Hecrotury I'nyno.
of thu Interior Department, lifter
conference with ollleor of thn reu
nion llurenu, tho niinonnceil purpose
hiIiik to ovliitit troiililn nml nnnoy-
ID THE BOS
'I'm I, n ii (iililr'iilifiil of Salts
lliul. Inn (h or IIIihIiIit
W'u n to n tuition of inent ent '
nml our hlooil In llllo.l with urln
in hi, nys n woll-ltimtw niitiiorliy,
vl.o warn Hi In Ik ' isteiili on
CU.inl (iuil list Kiilne l"iul,..
Tim kMne) do llielr u I in out to
freo I lie hlooil of nils IrrltiitliiK odd,
hut lii'iuiuo wunk from tho over
work : they got Rluxnlxh; Ihn ellinl
native tissues cIor anil thu thu
wiiNto In retained In thu hlooil ami
poison tho entire system
When your klilney ncho nml feel
MlnnliiK luiln In the hiick or the
tirluo I cloudy, full of cilmeut, or
thn binder It Irrltutiihlo, obliging
you to ieek relief ilurliiK tho nU:ht:
when you have Severn ricndnrhes,'
iiiirvou nml dizzy spells, sleepless-!
lie, nchl stomach nr rheumatism ln
Imil wentlier, get from your phnrinn
cist nbout four ounces of Jml Hulls;
inke n tablespoon In n Rlanj of wnter
before hrenkfnst every inernlns: nml
III n few dny )our kidney will net
(Inn, Till fnmou milt I made
from thu nrld of grape nml lemon
Julre, cotnhlnrd with Itthln. nnd linn
been used for generations to flunlij
nnd stimulate clogged kldne), tn
neutrnllin thn ncld In urliio to It I'
no IniiKor n source of Irrltntlon, thu
ending urlnnry nnd hlndiler dis
orders, Jml Full Ii Inexpensive nnd can
not Injure, innke n dellKbtfut ef
fervescent lthlnwntcr drink nnd
nobody rnn innke u mistake by tak
ing n llttlo occasionally to keep tho
kidneys clean nnd nctlvn,
Tho ciiuservutlun mound the din
I net" Inbln ended n do most lonver
'niIIhii theie ilityR, with tho subject
of Kjilrltunlltm. Thu gueni nnd tho
, iiM-mberM of the fiunlly v.nsa their i
j opinion iik lo whether or not the
(lend fould (ommunlnlte wllh tho;
I llvlni:. Hut It relnnlnei
I dxtei'ii" to preent the only nrlKln
HioukJiI on tho mihjert.
"If linn! enough for inu to locp
up my rorreiipotidenre" kIiw tmld.
"When I ilia I wimt to rent."
I mire to bnuker niHliliii; tho chek
n well n thu iieiuloner.
An old iiIkkit went lo the offlcv of
"BOOZE" 13 ANCIENT
WORD W ENGLISH
fl.l.VKI.ANI). O, July 1'
"lloor.u" h;i lin'd It h nuiicnt nnd'
for "Kwcut ' "o'lortioie tiiiei-niry in me i.mkii!i
j I inuKU'igu unrovereu ihto rereniiv uy
1 I'rof. Wllllnm II. Ilulmn of WeMern
I.abnled for ;;eneratlnns n nn
ityiuotoKlrnI outliiw and hrnnded u
iiuclt with (inotntlon nmrks, I'rof.
Ilulmo limit "booto" hn a pedigree
tho commU.lnner of reglMmtlon In a"r thnn that of mot king. It
inn., tn Pi I..-.. .....I ,.,.! ,,, enriiem opening, ncniniing u
regl.trntlnn paper. llulme. vtn "bowno." Utor writ-
I your nmne!" nked tliP"K ow w uo" n,, """""
i "boom." !
"(leorgu Winhlngton" replied tho
"Well, (ieorge, tire on tho man
who cut down tho cherry tree?"
"No uh nh nlnt de man. Ah ulnl
done no work for ober u year now."
"Iloth n n noun nnd verb the:
word," I'rof. Ilulmo ald, "written
"bowo" In middle KnglUh literature j
ii fur bnck n 13011, had thn mean-'
lug 'to drink to exrei About 1C00
H'o word lout the honornblo charact
er It had nnd becamo n lnng word.
i-'rwl Bottle nked the Um fltnr In Tho parllculnr 'boulng' I. recorded
convnrnntlon thuolh-"" " n "-' " '""' wa
med In Kngllth In K.U."
tho coiimo of a
er night uhnt nu Idle Jett wax.
Wo told him there wu no micli
thing-they wtro nil working ovur
A no ii Hie r n iiiiiii tell of a colored
mother, living In n country dlitrlct
of (li'orgln, who a Induced hy her
leu year old child to take him to a
HOT WATER FOR
Telli why everyone ihould drink
hot water with phosphate
ill it before breakfast
llundache aro cnutcd hy nuto-ln-tmlcatlon
which mean ef-poliou-Ing.
I. Ivor nnd bowel polion called
toxin, nicked Into tho blood oiclto
thu heart which pump tho blood mo
fuxl that It congeal In tho mailer
urterlc and vein of tho head, pro
ducing violent, throbbing puln and
illitruM, culled hendncho. You bo
romo mirvou. dennondent. nick, fov-
erlnh and mlnernblo, )our meal opr
ii nu niniDii nnunemu you. llion you
retort to urotnnllld, aiplrln or tho
bromides, which temporarily relievo
but do not rid tho blood of thro Ir
A ala of hot water with toa?
Konful of llmeilono phoaphatu In
It, drank bo fore breakfait will not
only waah theao poUoni from your
nyitem and cure yu of hoadacbe,
bat will cloanao, purify and frethen
the alimentary eanal.
Aik your pharmaclit for a quarter
pound of llmeitono pboaphato. It Is
Inespenilve, harmleia aa lusjtr.
If you aren't fcellna; your beit, If
tongue la coatad or you wake up
with bad taate, foal breath or bare
cold. Indigestion, biliousness, con
stipation or sour, acid stomach, be
gin the phospbated hot water cure
to rid your system ot toxins and pols-oas.
DOG'S GOOD REPUTE
OMAHA. Neb., July 15 Charact
er wltnea testimony In bohnlf ot n
dog n taken hero recently before
JuiIro Kutello In dUtrlct court. City
clrcu In n town near their homo. 'attorney objected to the admission
Hlie borrowed n wagon nnd a mule 0r Buch evidence but the judge ruled
mid et out with her offspring for a ,K has ns much right to It n a
thu clrctti. Thu road were bad It ' human.
had rained and the youngster was I Tho good character of tho dog,
frightfully fidgety. Flnnlly the tired w,lch hn bitten a girl, was there
mother exclaimed: I upon established to thu ntlifactlon (
"See heh. you Itnamu. yo ot!f i(,0 court nnd ho nnnuled the"
" ----- -..- r rt -- s ,vi- .iP.-it i.,t. ,.i; Dui.i.-. .
i.tiliiv It ,f 1 lint tn mill eberv halr'i .tiit. i...i..nnii ii t v.ir nt.l I
out o bald." I. Mary Schwartr. One dsy ho rnn
along to tho grocery utoro with her
Hut before you go to bed. did you , ,rothcr nnd while thero hit I.enn
miss of 13. The police
first heard tho case meted
Med ford--the folk you used to havoiolll lm oxtremo penalty. Ho did not
I've druv yo ten mile to en- ,,.tb sentence which hnd previously it
t clrcu nnd you been going to,0,,n p.-,,,.,.,! upon the prisoner. t
1IH UltW IIIH
vniuiHii in i,ns,iiiiiun. nim u,. Judge WtlO I
aro In Klamath Kail now.
Itf-SlIMi: WIIHT Tlt.MH.Nd
CIIICAdO, July 1C IMan for
resumption of trading In wheat fut
ure commencing tomorrow were an
nounced today by tho directors of
tho Hoard of Trade. The probable
opening price of December wheat
varies from I'-'.CO to $2.75 In too
opinion of traders. Deliveries will
bo quoted for December and March.
howeviT pas on tho extenuating clr
cumstunce. Some youngster In tho
store stopped on Dick's tall.
Many sisters have become famous
as motion plcturo actrcsies, among
tho best being Dorothy and iJilllan
Olsh, Mary and Lottie Plckford, Knld
and Marjorle llennott, and Con
stance, Norma and Natalie Tal
madge. Mrs. Henry Kldrldao (loodhpe, ot
Doston, the only woman stained
glass maker In the United States,
has been.awarded the contract for a
memorial window to be placed In
Pilgrim Hall, at Plymouth, Mass.,
for the tercentonary celebration.
WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S
i 713 Main St
CHAS. P. MAGUIRE
WAR VETERAN IS
SLAIN BY BEAR
JUNKAU. Alaska, June 10. (Hy
Mall.) Clarenco Johnson, overseas
veteran, tiled recently from wounds
received In a fight with a big brown
boar on Chicago Island, near here.
While hunting, Johnson came up
on the bear unexpectedly while It
was feeding on a deer caucass. The
animal rushed him, he said, and be
fore he could shoot a paw struck his
face and knocked him down. Aa the
man fell he tried vainly to reach hla
knife. The animal continued the at
tack and buffeted and mauled John
son for several minutes, Anally giv
ing up and walking away. Not a
stitch ot clothing remained on John
The man crawled severnl hundred
yards to a troren bay and was wash
Ing his wounds when rescuerera
found him. He was taken to a hos
pital, still unconscious. He died soon
aftor. Ills skull was fractured and
faco and body cut.
Extra Clear Pine Shingles
MADE IN KLAMATH COUNTY
$6.00 PER THOUSAND
LAKESIDE LUMBER CO
KLAMATH AVE. AND CENTER ST.
CAN'T RESTRAIN THE
MINNEAPOLIS, Mlnn July 15.
Tho roostor's oarly morning crow
cannot be restrained by court order.
Such was tho decision ot Judge W.
W. Hnrdwoll, In district court
boro, after hearing a petition from
Dr. C. P. Dlght. a former alderman
ot this city, seeking an Injunction to
Testratn sleep-disturbing noises
which, he said, came from his neigh
bor's house and yard,
Miss Alma Zalss, of Kansas City,
Is the Inventor of a device which It Is
claimed will' Increase tho efficiency of
typists In. business offices by elimi
nating the 1 034 ot time under tho
present method ot making erasures
on carbon copies of stenographic
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Diamond Tire & Vulcanizing Co.
707 South 6th Stcct
Comfort-T Cleanliness Reasonable Rates
The Central Hotel
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, Manager.