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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
TUESDAY, AUGUST a, 1030
"Nothing Like It"
cayi the Good Judge
A llttl of this real to.
bncco ftlvt'8 u man mora
' satisfaction than he ever
got from the old
The full, rich, real to
bacco taste latitN so long,
you don't need a fresh
thew nearly as often.
That why It costs you
Any man who uses tho
Heal Totmcco Chow will
tell you that.
Put up in two rtytcs
RIGHT CUT Is a short-cut
W-Il CUT is
Tint wle tu t Ikia Iiih slab (or'
tlin lii'iili r In Hi" lufk nrd ilr tnc
mill tin t'li"-il mi order (nr bin
winter iiciiln u( lilorkii' Our
pllcm nn right unit our wood In tint
Ih hI In be IiiiiI
Note our new lornl lot)
O. PEYTON & CO.
419 Main St.
WHEN YOU WAKE
UP DRINK GLASS
OF HOT WATEf
Wash poison nnd toxin from
system before putting
food into stomach.
Viih yourself on lh Inside before
breakfsnt like oii tin on tliv outside
Thin In timlly :n. id Important lie
cause. I tin (kin lime ilo nut absorb
lltiiurlttrn Into tliti tilooil, caunliiK
llllK'KM. whlli' t tin bowel io'h di
For every ouncu of food taken Into
tho niomuch nearly llll IIUIIIM Ol
wnnle nmlrrlnl inititt liu rarrli-il mil
of Dim tinly. If this wnnlo In mil
ellmlnnted ilny by dny It tulckl
ferments nml generate polnou.
gases oml toxin wli.ch nro absorbed
or Mick i'l Int it I In' lilmnl stream
tliroiiKh lli l)tnpli illicit, which
should suck only nourishment.
A splendid hi'uttti measure: In to
drink. before breakfast I'.irh day, i.
glass of hot water with n teaspoon
fill of linn-Mom) pronphnto In It,
which Ih n hnrmlins way to wnsh
I he mi poison from tho stomuih
llvir, Mdiiojs nml Imiw Ib; thus
cleansing, sweetening nml freshen
ItiK thu alimentary ciinnl before vnt
Iiik morn fooil,
A iinirter poll in I of limestone
phosphate rasi hut ery little nt thu
limit nl ore, hut In stifllrlont to mnke
unyunu mi cnthuslust on Inside bath
ing. ON WITH TMi: KAMI:
TUHCAIIOItA, Nov, Aug 3 A
ilnnro conducted hero no n feature of
u recent celebration continued for
thlrt)-nlx hour Mrliinlly wllliout
Intermission. Thn r.iti vltl.- com
ini'iiri'il nt nlno o'clock .Snturdn)
nlKht, nil tho next day ami night nml
mull nine o'clock of tho iliiy follow
InK. An orchestra from n nearby Imllim
ri'Hcrviillon played Ihn entire time
nml ninny of those pnrtlclputltiK In
tho dan co kept their plnccs on the
Carrier Boys Wanted
At Herald Office
a long fine-cut tobacco
ir TUP TWFATFDQ t
Tim moiit repuliilve nml the mom
miming of nil mi mounter In the
ortopti, nlno known an lint cutllfflnh
While It Ik ni'lilom seen, thei In no
mixon for suppnnlng It In n rnrv unl-
llr Paul lliirtnrh, nfllie Mmlthnrin
Inn lunlittlte, nur foieiuont nutliiiU
on innrlne Inhnliliiiiiln, uy thai tin
oclopiin I really mi IntelllKent anl
in.it with n III Klily ihtIhIiii d iinii
complex lint I ri stored nun) In n ear
tlhiginnii nkutl which protect the
tn'in center nml eticliiHn the
nenei of henrltiK nml nupporti the
i')i Hint lire like him of ii holignh'
tin- Kienl rtnrlng illiikn, Khoullnh
mil ghnntly The) lire protruding nml
overnlzeil no II H lo rnlcli all possible
my ol light In the dark ilepth of
Ur llnrlnch nn there In no douht
Hint crenluren of thU fiinilly einiti p
I en Kth of nt leant 13.1 feet. Thin nl
low loo ftet for the two mnjor ten
tacle There Me nlno eight nlior'er
nriiiH for KrnnpliiK nml holding tho
pre) which the long onen Iiiim; Kmnp
Theio two mnjor tentacles nro pro
vided nt (heir mln with suckers nml
nhorter nrm have nlmllur ruckern
nil nloni; their length, which nctn
like cupping nppnnitiiH. Air helnK
exhiiunted from them, the grip of the
arum In no convlncltiK that nothlnK
"in lenr it loiue. The ocioptiH can
nwlm forward or tmckwnril nnd can
outnwlm mi) mm nnlmut.
In (Vrl of tho Hen." you'll hae
in oi pnrtmiitt to neu nomn of thune
iiimmlerM. nml to ree them In com
ij.it with ii dvep nei dhtr. J. I!
Wllllnmnon. f.nnoiin deep ien pliotoR
rnpher iild" tho photoplay.
Tonlnht In your hint chance to n-e
Tie (llrl of tho Sen."
"l.uni of Amhlilon." a uperprn
ducilon In which William Kox pro
vent Theda Ilnra, Ih coiiiIiik to tho
l.lhorty Thentro on Wednesday. This
I not only Mlns Hani's Intent photo,
play, hut Is one of the moil Intensely
Interesting of tho many successes In
which shn hns heen seen.
The drlvlnc power of relentless
umldtlon Is thu motlw' of thu story
Mlns llnrii I seen nn OIko Dolnn, the
heroine, who Krndunte from tho
slums lo tho desk of a hotel ntenoR
rnphor, nnd from thut position Onnl
ly hecome the Duchess of HuiIpiIko
after many dramatic vlclnsltuilei,
The central rolo Is so slrone that the
Htory wn selected ns n vehicle for
MIkn Ilnrn In a scenario competition
In which many woll known books
nnd plays wero offered.
A stroni; supporting cast of favor
lies is seen In support of Miss llara.
WK'bli lin GI.AD 2 I
TO ti:i.1j YOU 1 1
Just whnt It will cost to mtfvu
your houseliold effects to
jour now homo If you will
phono iih to call und slzu up
how big a vim wilt bo rv-
iiulred. You'll find our 4 1
charges ery reasonable, our
servlio prompt and efficient.
Western Transfer Co.
-Ill) Main St.
NOTU'K OV HIIKIUFK'H HAIiH
OK HKAIi KHTATK
In thu Circuit Court of tho filato of
'Ori-Kon for Klamnth County.
T. II. Wlisernnn. r. w wimrwm
nml W .1.. Wllkerson, plaintiffs, ys.
Orovener Mlnard, defendnnt.
NMIrn Is herehy Klven thnt unrlor
nml liv vlrtiin of n ludxment nnd tie-
irrui of foreclosure nml order of sain
of real entnln miidn nml entered In tne
Circuit Court of thn Hlnto of Oregon
for K la inn Hi Coiinly on the 10th day
of July, 1920, wherein tl.o uhovo
mimed T II Wllkerson. K W. Wll
kirson nml W U Wllkerson were
philnllffs nml (Irovener Mlnard was
ilefeudiiiit, which mild ihi ree. wits
duly entered In Volume 10 prigo 134
of the Journal of mild court nml duly
docketed In Volume 4 piiKo 33 Judg
ment Men Docket, wherein tho nhov
mimed plaintiff recovered of thn
aliou) nnmed defendnnt n Judgment
for the sum of 1800, together with
merest nthi rntn of per nnnum
from IVhriiiirr 16. 1110, together
with -an attorney's feo of $160 nnd
their costs nml dlsliurnuments In mild
, nu'l taxed nt I HO 20, that pursuant
to the call! order of rnlo nml pursuant
I to nn execution In nil oil out of the
'.ihoxe entitled lourt nnd suit hy tho
I clerk then of with the nenl of the
court nfflxed nnd duly nttestcd by
.nnld clerk und lo mo directed, order
ing me to sell at public miction to tho
Ihlghent nnd best bidder therefor for
cunh In hand nil of the following do
Rcrllted lands nnd real entnln or nuch
! part thereof ns inn bo necennnry to
sntlnfy the nlmvn mentioned judg
ment. Im lulling nttorney' fee, In
lerent nml costs nml expennes of sale.
I will, In obeillenco to mild order of
nl nnd execuip n nt 10 a in In the
forenoon of Weitiiendny, thy ISth day
of AiiKiinl. A D. IV20. nt thn front
door of 111.' county court house In the
-it y of Klnmittli rail, Klamntli
County. Stliln of Oregon, nell nt public
I nil) lion lo tin) hlgheiit und bent hid
tier theref r for lush In hnnd, (lold
'nln of (he 1'ulted Ktnle. nil of the
following denrrlheil land nnd real
"Mote, or so much thereof nn may he
neienmiry lo satisfy tho nald Judg
neiit of J Coo, together with Interest
hereon from February 10, 1916, to
Inly 10, 1920. nt 61, per nnnum
amounting lo Jir.S 40, together with
liferent on tile principal niim cf $600
from date of mild Judgment nt the
rate of " per nnnum, nnd nlno nn
attorney' fee of $lfi(i nml rnnt nnd
'dlnburnement of su't nmuuntlng to
$110 20 und iircrnlnt: routs nnd ex
penne of sale That the particular
dencr.piton of iho lands und urcmlne
i in In- sold In a foil ws, to wit: Kam
half of noiithw'onl quarter nnd south
went ouurler of soiithennt iiuurter of
ISu Hon 31. townnhlp 39 south, runge
13 e.iht of Willamette Meridian, nml
Lot numbered two of section six In
i township to nth, mngi) 14 east of
Wlllamttte Meridian In Klamnth
County. Oregon, rontnln'ng In nil
I0U mi seres together wllh the tene
ment, hereditament and appurten.
jtncei thereunto belonging or In any
'wUi' npperinlnlng. and tho rents, Is
mien nnd profit (hereof
Dated July 20. 1920.
(IKOItOK I.. HU.MI'HIIKV.
.Sheriff of Ktumuth County, Oregon
I lly OSCAIt JTlllVK. Deputy.
IMmund Lnwrencn directed the pro
duction, of which hu Is co-author
with Julia llurnhnm.
( CALIFORNIA NEWS V
SACItAMI.'NTO. Cal.. August 3.
When ho struck a mulch under u
d)unmlto cap which ho found while
rummaging nround In thu basement
of hit home at 32fi0 San Diego Way,
ll- ear-old Truman Fnssott had n
narrow escupu from futal Injury,
shortly after noon today. The cap
exploded nnd tho boy wus struck In
,111s chest, face and thighs hy Hying
tills of copper. 8ome of tho pieces
were removed nt tho Ktucrgency hos-
tpltul but others, dcoply Imbedded
wero not touched. In nil, 110 body
punctures wero found.
ST. HKI.KNA. Aug. 3. rtobort
j Vhlto of Nnpn was killed nnd Thorn
ins Nlel, I'opo Vntlny morchant, was
seriously Injured whon tho nutnmq
Iblle In whlcli they wero riding foil
'from ii hrldgo near tho Kuhanks
, plnco in Chiles Canyon lust night.
MAHYSVIM.n, Aug. 3. John
Henry l.uhmun, 24, died todty ns the
result of Injuries recolved In it fall
from n polo nt Nlcolaus, Sutter coun
ty, Inst Mnndny. I.ubman was em
plosed ns llnomnn hy tho 1'ncltlc Onn
and Klectrle company nnd was en
gaged In working on n polo when tho
Rtrap which held him to tho polo
guo way and ho foil to tho ground.
11 dlntanco of about thirty foot.
I.OS ANOEI.ES, Aug. 3, Ooorgo
Worilon, 22, a carpontor, foil six
stories hero, nut ponco surgeons
could And no Injuries except a brok
DAVIS, Aug. 3. Four puro-brcd
bulls wero burned to donth In a tiro
which destroyed the bull Bliod at the
University Farm here,,
FOI.SOM, Aug. 3. Word has been
received here of the death In Berke
ley of James Henry Burnham, retir
ed business man and banker of this
city. He died Wednesday, following
a lingering Illness of one year.
BBLDEN, Aug. 3, ClHng the lit.
created danger due to the ,advance
VO'.'U NKW SUIT
will ntnnd Inspection nnd command
approhailon If you have us tailor It
for you from our exclusive fabrics In
our nccuntomi'd superior stylo. Wo
gunrnntfu n perfect fit alwuys. Tho
wearer of a suit mndc by us hns
alwnys tho sntlsfnctlon of feeling
himself perfectly drcneed.
CHAS. J. CIZEK
518 Main Street
ntrucled for tho Orcst Western Pow
er company In tho development of a
hydro-electric project 100 miners
went on strike here. Tho men, nil
of whom woru empIo)ed b) Stono ft
Webster, wero receiving $6.18 per
day nnd demanded $S per day.
I.AKK CITY, Aug. 3. John Ilro
dun, for many )enrs n bachelor of
this place, was found dead In a
chicken houao tour miles eust of
The Janets In tho pornenslon of tho
(reek Church arc said to be worth
moie than the collect, ons of nil the
crowned bonds of Kuropc.
Notice Is hereby given that scaled
proposal will ho received by tho
Hoard of Supervisors of tho Klamath
Drainage District cf Klamath County,
Oregon, for tho construction of the
work for tho reclamation of the
lands within tho boundaries of said
District according to the plans nnd
ipeclficntlons approved by the Hoard
of Supervisors nnd which are now on
file nt Iho cfflco of tho Engineer of
tho District who Is Mr. Don J. Zum
v a It nt No. Ill S. Fourth Street.
Klamath Falls. Oregon.
Said proposals will be received up
lo the hour of two o'clock In tho aft--rnoon
of tlio 14th day of August.
A. D. 1920. at the office of tho under
signed in tho Court lltute In tho City
of Klamnth Falls, Oregon.
Proposals are desired on a cash
basis nnd nlno on a Ijnsls of accept
ance of tho Hands Of said District at
The Hoard of Supervisors reserve
the right to reject any or all bids not
uitlnfactory to the IKard of Super
visors. Tho successful bidder will be re
lUlred to deposit a satisfactory bond
n tho amount of twenty-five per cent
of the Contract price conditioned thut
he or they will complete the said
ttmtrntt ns agreed Ulds to be opened
August 14th, 1920.
C. It. DELAP.
Secretary Klamath Drainage Dis
trict. Klamath Falls, Oregon,
fuly 19-Aug. 12
Ulds will bo rccehed at tho rectory
of Sacred Heart church, eighth and
High street, until 7 p. m, Wednes
day, August 11, 1920, for tho erec
tion of tho building for tho Sacred
Heart Academy. Each bid must be
accompanied by n certified check for
live percent of tho amount of the
bid. Plans and. specifications may
bo had from Hov. II. J. Marshall.
Tho right to reject any and all bids
Is reserved. Hy order of tho build
31-10 JOHN DREHER, Chairman.
IN OLD REGIPIE
8AOK TEA AND SUI.PHUIl TURNS
OKAY, FADED HAIR DARK
Almost everyone knows thnt Sage
Ten and Sulphur, piop,'j com
po.ir.ded, brings back the natural
color and lustre to th hnlr when
fiulnd, streaked or yrny, Yoars ago
the only way to get this mixture wns
to make tt at home, wulcn is mussy
Nowadays we simply ask nl any
drug store for "Wyeth'a Sage and
Sulphur Compaund." Yo'i wilt get
a large bottle of this oldtlmn recipe
Improved by the addition of othor In
gredients, at very little cost. Every,
body uses thla preparation now, be
cause no one can possibly tell 'hat
you darkened your balr, a It doea
It ao naturally and evenly. Ton
dampen a sponge or 10ft brash wita
It and draw this thru your hair, 'tak
ing one small eirand at a time: by
morning the gray balr disappear,
add after another, application or two
your hair beqoaea beautifully darjt,
mica aa gioaty-aii you ioob y
Klamath Falb Cyclery
W handle the best In our line,
neb m Motorcycles. Dlcycles,
Parts and Accessories, Ooodyear,
Fennsylrsnls and Diamond Tires
and Tnbes. The nous of the
two and three wheelers, Includ
ing Hsrlty-DsTldson 6erloe.
C. E. BUMARK
IIS 8. tt Bt. KUmatb raUa
wa " 1 1 1 i '
1. C. CLEOHORM
Civil Engineer a ad HarTejor
Office 617 Mala Bt,
Pbeaea: OBce 100, Re. 101
O. K. FEED & SALE
Under new manage
ment Best care taken of all
stock placed in our
barn. Horses, harness
and wagons bought,
sold and exchanged.
Dr. E. G. Wisecarrer
Dr. P. M. Noel
Beveath aid Mala Street I
DR. a A. MASSEY
Fourth and Pine Hu.
In Warren Hunt Hospital
Off. Phons 497 Res. Phone 86M
truLnjLiLrtruiririr nri nvn "i , - --
(v. 1..1-... l.T--S
We Do All Klada of Spring Repair
ing Ness Onea Made to Order
ajile fUralctiteciag ad
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Pboae asT 017 KUaaatk Ave.
71 Mala St
Jack Moarow, Prop.
Cigars, Tobacco. Sort Drtaki,
Peel and Billiards
Barber Bbop In Connection
"Cowrtfwy and BerrleeN
EA-8ERV1CE MEN, ATTENTION I
The regular meetings
of Klamath Post No. S,
American Legion, will be
held at 8 o'clock p. m at
tbe City Hall In Klamath Falls, on
the second and fourth Tuesdays of
each month. All Comrades are In
vited. Thnu finalrtnc to loin the Post
(may secure application blanks from
t r .,. Din.... c...l KTItinlAn n.
u. l mu nivi, .,vmw.w... w.
t. H. Csrnahan. all of Klamath Falls
FRED NICHOLSON. Secretary
The only place where you
can set help and the only
place where you can get a
1Q34 MAIN ST.
NEW CITY LAUNDRY
"Put Your Duda
In Our Sud"
Looasis BMg Klsjoata FsiU
DR. V. A. RAMBO
L O. O. F. Uedloaag
Now Opea for
Mr. Reea McPaasele,
301 High St. Phone 455
Office Phone 177W Res 177R
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
Pbj-alrUa and Sargeoa
Klamath Falls Oregon
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
Office and Residence
I. 0. O. F. Temple
E. D. LAMB
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Room 1 and
DR. T. C CAMPBELL
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
I. O. O. F. Building
Residence White Pelican Hotel
Residence Phone 6.
DR. L L. TRUAX
WARREN HUNT HOSPITAL'
Day Phone, 407 Night Phone, BO0
SAW MILL ENGINEERING
Denlgnrr nntl builders of mod
ern wiw mill, planing mill und
box plitnt. Dredging. Pile d.-hing.
Office Corner Spring und Oak
Near 8. 1. Depot
I am now prepared to furnish
Shasta Sand from the Hoey. Call!-,
and and gravel pit, In any quantity
that may be desired by contractor
AX. r. GRAHAM.
Let Your GLASS troubles
C E. STUCKEY
Re-Glazing and Cabinet
Eleventh and Pine
Klamath Lodge No. 137
I. O. O. F.
.Meets Friday night of each weok at
I. O. O F. hnll, 6th und Main streets.
II. H. Oglo. N. a.; W. C. Wells. Sec
retary; W. D. Cofor, Trcasuror.
Ewiuinn Encampment No. 46, I. O,
O, l. meets Tuesday night of each
week at I. O. O. F. hall. Harry
Loucks, C. P.; W. D. Cofor, Scribe;
Fred Hueslng, Treasurer.
ARTHTO R. WILSON
THE ARCADE HOTEL
1088-84 MAIN ST.
The place with hoate coasferta,
cleanliness, plenty of fresh alt
and ao saalde rooaa.