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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 31, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
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FIFTH AND MAIX NTIIEKT8
The extent to which bone tuber
culosis, ir uncontrolled, runs Us
course through a herd of cattle Is
shown In a recent report received by
,tbe United States Department of Ag-
ricuiture from Me of Its field In
spectors la Illinois. Kery animal In)
a herd Ot grade Holstdns nnd Jer
eys reacted to tho tuberculin test.
The herd consisted of 14 cows, 2
calve and 2 bulls. Upon post-mortem
examination 6 of the animals
showed such extensive lesions that
(he, entire carcuss was condemned
and destroyed. All of the other re
actors likewise showed lesions,
though not as such an extensive nu-
At the liberty Sunday
j..j. . . . . -. , . . l'ture as to necessitate destruction or
. , 'the carcass. The fac,t that every anl-l
THEY TELL US THE
Will loosen up, and that in the latter
pari of August we will have
Make Your Plana It's Not Too
Late for That Summer Tour
White Pelican Garage
1248 Main St
Klamath Falls, Oregon
nial In the herd reacted and showed
lesions makes the case one of the
most striking ever recorded.
The danger of tuberculous cattle
to swine Has further demonstrated
by the sile of hogs from this farm)
early In the ear. The tlrstlot of 21,
g.lioijs sold showed such, cxtetlihe les-
lions of tuberculosis upon post-mor-
torn thnf tlm ftnfbtnir rnmtitinv r...
faied to accept the remaining SO.
These were subsequently sold to a
local shipper and their Identity and
destination nre not known, if the
swlno are still alhc they are un
doubtedly a menace to other stock.
.The Bureau of Animal Industry cnu-
jtlons swine owners against purchas-,
ilng stock from farms where cither
I tuberculous cattle or swine aro kept.,
The bureau Inspector also report-1
ed that a week after the shipment oil
hoes had been made, a milk cow a .
tchronlc cougher had died and the t
I younger stock was allowed to davourl
the carcass. Such a practlco Is re-,
sponsible for a great deal ot tubercu-'
losis among swlno In the United
States. According to bureau officials,
the facts stated should cause any!
livestock farmer who finds tuborcn.
losli among his hogs or whoso ship
Imenta ot hogs aro refused because
of extensive lesions of that disease,
to have his herd of csttle tested
promptly. Unless the origin of In
fection Is known and removed, tu
berculosis Is liable to run Its course
among all the cattle and swlno on
BOY SCOUTS RUN I wilhklm worries .
CARS IN STRIKE! DOORN, Holland, July 11. (By
f.Mall.) The former German Emper-
Mall.) jor William is greatly worried about
jDON'T GAMBLE ON
FIRE RISK. ADVICE
WASHINGTON, July 31. 8eld3m
If ever, does the government advise i
speculation, but the Department of
'If you have got to gamble, take
WARSAW, July 7. (By "n.)-!0."""" ' '' "J; " abo"M -fljer' on the stock market or play
Boy Scout, acted a, conductor. re-e low exchange rate of the German t Am.t a chance
tentlv durlnar a strike of munlclnal linarK.
employes of Warsaw and which of-1 Recently, in hope of
fected the street car system owned' quarters for some of bis staff, he has (
by the city. Men volunteered from Priced a number of houses In the
technical schools and electrical in- Wclnlty of Doorn.
tltutions were on the front platform I The prices have been quoted in i
of the street cars as motormen. Dur-,uu,c" guiucrs but William reducing
Ing the strike,
wages of from
SO to 100 percent.
"volunters operated (he electric light
and power plants, the water works
and the gas plants, the work all be
ing done by boys and men members
of the Social Self aid Society formed
for such an emergency. The strlWe
was settled by a compromise.
Private lessons by appointment
,only. Box "O" Herald office. 30-2
his hands and coiled the prices pre'
securing nro'" " Klve ,hI nilvlce ln "i
. . . clrcufar In Its campaign against for-1
"It never pays to toko a chance,
with flre.'V says the circular. "The'
biggest fires In history were started
by those who didn't think tho woods'
would burn. He as careful of fire
as you ore of powder; It's Just as
n-ifHh ' ' m m w
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Thunt'crlnp: across the desert
on a stallion shod vttn nxclie
virpin rode at the head of the
wild Black Horse Troop to the
rescue of rur. American, soUHer
lover. A mighty photodrama as
human as the call of the virgin's
heart as rich with romance
and mystery as a shuttered
harem. See it now.
Production de Luxo '
DinEaEO QY TOO BROWNING '
At the Liberty Sunday
Duvbak and Kampit ouUer wear
for men and women at K. K. K.
The two star wrestlers, Joe Stech
er and Karl Caddock, are manager,
of semi-professional baseball team.
In their home town, of Dodge, Neb.,
and Walnut, Iu., respectively.
HAVE YOU TRIED
W. H. ROSS at 906 Main
for Hardware, and Ni-nr nnd ft-conil Hand Goodn?
X I bavo at this time two good ranges, cheap; camp stoves, tanm
chairs, dishes, rugs, trunks, grips, etc., ut the
RIGHT PRICE OF COURSE
In Austria, since the war, all edu
cational institutions have been open
ed to women.
The Fd. V. I'rice line of Fall wool.
en haio nrriwd nt K. K. K. Mori-.
Suit to jour exciuidtc meanure.
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You can turn gray, faded hair beau
tifully dark and lustrous almost over
night If you'll get n f.O-tent bottle or
"Wyeth's Soge and Sulphur Cora-
pound" ut any drug i.tore. Mllllonn
'of bottles of this old famous Sage Tea
Beclpe, Improved by the addition 'of
other Ingredients, are sold annually
eav a wull known druggist here, be
cause It darkens the hair so natun
ally and evenly that no one can tell lJ
has been applied.
Those whoso hair la turning gra
or becoming faded have a surprise
iwaltlng them, because after one or
two application the gray hair van
ishes and your Jocks become luxuri
antly dark and beautiful.
Thla la tb age of youth. Gray-
haired, unattractive folks aren't want
ed -around, so gat busy with Wyetli's
got and Sulphur, Coanpoond'tonlibt
and you'll t deUfbttd wits your
tars, tss4sosM bsir aosd your youth-
fsl sMsM wltbla t few dsys.
EVEN WITH HUNS, Vienna. July
ANTWERP, Belgium, July 11, (By tho famous old palacu of the Arch
Mall.) Antwerp Belgians who suf- duku Frederick, stundlng Just behind
c.-.t imu vm, haio ,uu,ivifi;u m ,..v i:,n a,ji, uiiu Hi llju lursrHL in
radical movement ngrflnst the few! Vienna. It Is to bo used for hospital
scoro Germans who, since the peace pu rpows.
treaty becamo effective, have man-1
aged to re-fstubllxli themselves In '
The movement, known as "Heraus'
les Roches" developed spontaneously
with a big parade here recently anil
felnce then the property of some Ger
man merchants Iiuh boon attacked. I
"Heraus es Boches" placards huvo
been displayed In many shop win
dows. The term, a combination of
German and French, Is meant to ox-j
lircHM tho sentiment, "Out with tho
Tho Belgian foreign otllcn has1
'jitatod that only a few Germans have
been permitted to" enter tho country l
nnd that thny had been for many
((yenrH rosldtns of Antwerp befdro tho
Tho Johnson mower Is tho mower
for ou. It Is durnhlo and capable.
Wo soil them. Howie Gnragv, City,
After a brief cxnorlmont with twi
light baseball, the Kulumuzoo Cen
tral lesvgue club Iioh reverted to the
regular afternoon schvdulu.
FOR SALE The Southeast quarter
of tho southweHt quarter of aectlon
sqven, Northeast quarter of north
west quarter and the west half of
the Northeast 'quarter of Section
Eighteen In Township Thirty-seven
South, Range Eleven and one-half
Kast of the Willamette Meridian.,
There is about three million feet of
pine on thla land. The price is
$10,000. For further Information
write owner. P. 0. Desmond. Holly
wood, Calif., 1737 N. Sycamore Ayt.
July 17-I4-B1-7-14-I1 n
Twenty-two women hold seat In
the new German national aatemsly.
The Rex Cafe
Special Sunday Dinner $1.25
Crab Flake Cocktail
Cream of Chicken, Royalo
Fillet of Salmon,' a In Orly
Spiced UpoIh . Swoet ahorkhiH
Cold Bluw, French Dressing
Choico of '
Chicken FrlcussccRox Stylo :
One-half Squab Chicken, a la Maryland V ''"
Roast Milk Fed Vcul, Stuffed, Currant Jelly
u, ,, , VKOi:TABLIi "
. Mashed Potatoes '"Garden Peas
Grape Juice Punch
Choice of , '.-".wvfir
Assorted Pies; Vanilla, IeerCressa.
Ca.to Noir , '"