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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 28, 1920)
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TRY thJj approved rem
edy. Just the tonic for
tJepreMed feeling, Iom of
appetite, digestive troubles,
brain fag, or alow recovery
from Influenza and kindred
aDmenta. Atonic, alterative
and diuretic for blood and
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A GREAT WESTERN STORY IS
Starting at l:3p p. m.
TO THE KIDNEYS
Take tsblespooafnl of Salts
Back bnrta or Bladder
We are a nation of meat eaters
and our blood Is filled vwith uric
add, fys a well-known authority,
who warns us to be constantly on
ccard acalnu kidney trouble.
The kldneya do tbclr utmost to
free the blood of tbls Irritating acid,
but become weak from tho over
work; they get sluggish; the ellml
native tissues clog and thus the
waste Is retained In the blood and
poison the entire system.
When your kidneys ache and feel
stinging pains In the back or the
for the practical dairyman.
Light running and close
For Sale by
GILT EDGE CREAMERY
Phone 381 J 202 Main St
SHIP YOUR CAHK8
or parcels by onr transfer
service. That will insure
tbat they will bo carefully
bandied and that they will
always reach boat or train
on time. We don't believe
In any last minute ship
ments. Wo always get there
in plenty of time to make
sure the goods we carry will
not be left behind.
Western Transfer Co.
410 Mala St.
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA "proximately l.ooo moro pormus nau
Trrr4"4"4r"4""4hn I..,,-,! I ,h .. ,,. in -Mt.
urlno'ls cloudy, full ot sedlmont. or .than In tho year provlous.
tho binder to lrrltatablo,' obliging J Kansas and North Dakota report
you to seek rellot during the night; 'cnnd ,abor ,n lho0 ttaten anl0gt
when you have severe neadaches, ,,.,.., . ,
nervous and dlrzy apclls. slcoplcss- 'necllgable. St. Louis reports n do
ness, acid stomach or rheumatism Inicrcaso. Children now employed In
bad weather, get from your pharma-'ihat city nro stated to number C.900.
tnaimu&: 7bo ,eM ? work
before breakfast every morning and thcro a yar - Tho tnt, factory
In a few days your kidneys wilt act Inspector's office says tho decreaso Is
nne. Tdis famous salts is made CPncral nil over tho stato. Tho fod
from the acid of grapes and lemon ,, , , .fcll , .... . . .- ..
Juice, combined with llthla, and has oral tax cn ch"1 ,abor l8 iyea tno
bcon used for generations to flush cauo of tho docreaso.
and stimulate clogged kidneys, to '
neutralise the acids In urine so it Is
no longer a source of irritation, thus
ending urinary and bladdor dts-
Jaa Baits is inexpensive and can
not injure; makes a delightful ef- When D. W. Griffith's latest pro
fervescent lltbla-water drink and ductlon, "The Greatest Question," a
kldneya clean and active. shown at tho Star theater 8unday, it
. will mark the achievement of ono of
tho greatest and most significant
MliraiTY MATINKK8 " landmarks In tho history of tho si-
Two complete matinees every nf- len' dran,n
ternoon nt the Liberty, starting at nielonably tho most startling
1:30 and 3:30. feature of this production Is Orlfllth's
. 27-31 darlnB decision to build a photoplay
about tho most awesomo question
J ''"-)' .",asasBfa., ;
la maintained by the atat
Is order Ifaat the roaog peo
ple of Oregon bit receive,
without coat, the bcaefile of
TV Uftlttrtlty nclu4r.tMCoIkftof
Uuntur. Scinc nj ttw Art".. tk
OrxlutU School. Ill School of Phys
ical Education, and lh pro(Mloatl
School of Uw, KUdkin Ul Portlud),
Archluctur, Comnwrc, Joursulain,
EdiKSllen ana Mutlc.
HIV standard of cholrhlt ar
aid poMlfcl by an bl faculty. vU
oulppf d lbortori and a library of
Suprrld alhbtlc ar ncourastd
and vry aruntloa finn ih Hnlth
and wMr of Om tudnt.
With a hlhlad ,lldaM
SaJaad kr lb naaal sprla
I aahlla aar, lh UaWaraltr
la aaw airiat aaoa an ra mt
lard davaUaraaal aad ulsit4
For a caUlogu or for any Information,
Ualrofallr ! OrSa
CHICAGO, Auk. 28. Kour thou
sand mow children nro working In
CIiIciiku today tlutii a your iiro, ac
cording to Clyde A. llrown, nctlng ill?
rector of tho city vocational guldnuco
bureau. Tho Increase lit child labor
a said to bo general In tho mlilillo
west but exceptions a ro noted In
Mlftantirl. ICnlta-. nnil N'nrtli Diikntti
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ivcrpBH v "u ihiii iiuiiiik (iiu
family moot tho High cost ot living. I
Uio pulling power oC lilKhor wanes
pnd scarcity ot adult labor together
.Villi tho discovery by employer thai
women and children often could tako
'tho place ot men wore cited by Mr.
llrown among reason for a similar
Increase In child labcr In other parts
nf Iti.. Unit.., I KtAtim
j Minnesota officials report that IS
i .rhllil labor Is nearly doubled In that$
state. The greatest Increase, tlwyij
'nay, U amour; children of tho '
nltni." flnim wlmtt.i liriliflla
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X been forced by rifling prlcca to permit
Jjtholr children to work. About 3,000
.unilor 10 years of hbo nro now nt
work In Minnesota.
t Wisconsin gtatUtlcn on child labor
tor tho year nro not yet tabulated but
,'offlclnlk nay enonch returns nro In
'Jt 'to Indicate a consldornblo Incroano
X J over previous years. Some boys un
X ,lor 10 xar havo been reported ro
cclvInK f 100 n mouth.
I T. C. Jennings, Texas state labor
commissioner, reports an Increase of
'nboul 10 per cent In Texas child
JIL ', labor over last year. I'o.itlionemunt
J 'of compulsory school nttendanco, he
' i.ivi. hn Imnn n fnctnr.
tf Jjtato Iibor Commissioner Claude
K Connally of Oklahoma says moro
(violations of child labor laws havo
been brought to tho attention of his) SAM Ol TIMIICIl
office this year than previously, from iKta.MATII INDIAN ItlMKUVATION
which ho deduces un Increase In Ju
venile workers. Connally said the
Incrcaso In violations was probably
duo to tho fact that thcro was 30 per
moro Jobs In tho state than
A. L. Urlck. Iowa stato labor com
missioner, recently roportod that np-
drcn between tho ascs of 14 and 16
AT THE THEATERS
within tho human Imagination tho
question of a Hereafter and Heaven.
This element of occultism has boon
too daring a problem for those pro
fessing a knowledgo of this question
of mysticism, but Griffith goes on
record with a point blank answor.
Tho dollnentlon of the dellcato sub
ject of this ptcturo was entrusted to
Grlinth's 'triad and tested players.
Tho part of Nolllo Jarvls, tho orphan
ed Kentucky child, Is taken by Lil
lian Olsh, whoso namo has long boon
linked with Griffith productions.
Itobort Harron, who plays tho rolo
of u country boy lover, has won a
pronounced success through his do
plctlon of parts of llko naluro. Halph
Graves, who plays tho part of tho
young sailor who is swopt from' tho
conning tower ot a submarlno, Is well
known for his work in many Griffith
'productions, in addition to' Import
ant parts undor various othor direc
"Tho Greatest Question" la Mr.
Orlfllth's Initial production to bo dis
tributed by tho First National Exh
ibitors' Circuit, a natlon-wldo organ
isation of exhibitors assembled to
bring abeut blggor and hotter motion
Two comploto matinees every af
ternoon at the Liberty, starting at
1:30 and 1:80.
Our own finishing plant is iigain in operation and
wo arc now giving you a 2'1-hour service.
Expert attention that brings out all llw good
points in your negatives, and gives you the kind of
pictures you like to keep.
Films received before 5 P. M.
Ready the next day at 5 P. M.
Wo Klvn an 8 x 10 eiilarRPinoiit of your favorljo nenatlro KIUJH
when you iiavu $5.00 ortb ot check trout our Koduk
STAR DRUG CO.
passing tlm churrloard after tho eve-
Heated bids In duplicate, marked ning shades hau fulluii do su tbu
outsldo "Hid I.lttlo Spracun Unit," Rhoiit that flKUred In the turrlblo
and addressed to tho "Huporlntend. hlMl tory )u ,,, told them
out, Klamath Indian School, Klamath , , . , , . . ...
Agency. OroKon." will be received " ,u,y minutes before. And you will
until 2:00 o'clock V M., raclflcseo It, to but you know tho truth,
tlmo. Wodnnsday, Octolwr 27, 1920, which llioy didn't. 1'coplo roar with
trinooV0 r "a..0 ors,.tab-: s ni " --1 nw
Spraguo Hlver In townships 34 and' Tll Orealust Question," and thou
35 South, ItniiKo 8Kast, Wlllamotto go blocks out of their way home from
Meridian. This- unit Is estimated at the theater to avoid passing a grave
40,000,000 feet II. M., mostly west- ynr A. Ih H, u111i.v ., ,
orn yellow plno ot which nbout V""' Al ltl" H,nr """''y "' '"
C.000,000 fcol Is on about 480 acres '"
of approved allotments, and as to'
which separnto approved contracts
with the Indian owners may prob
ably be made. No hid will bo ac
cepted for less than f4.00 for yel
low and sugar pli.o and Incenso
cedar, and ft. CO for othor species
during tho period of tho contract
ending March 31, 1924. Trices sub
sequent to that dato will ho fixed by
tbo Commissioner ot Indian Affairs
tor throo-yoar periods. Each bid
must stato tho rate per M tbat will
bo paid for each kind of timber dur
ing tho first contract period ondlng
March 31, 1924, and must bo ac
companied by a certified cheek on a
solvent National Bank draws in fa
vor of tho Superintendent of tho
Klamath Indian Bchool In the amount
of 110,000.00. The deposit will be
returned to unsuccessful bidders, but
retained as liquidated damages it
the successful bidder shall fall to
execute contract and furnish satis
factory bond for flC.OOO.OO wltbln
00 days from tho accoptanco ot his
bid. Tho right la reserved to walvo
tochnlcal dofocts and to rejoct any
or all bids. For copies of contract,
regulations, fullor description of tho
area, and othor Information, apply
to tho Superintendent ot tho Klam
ath Indian School, Klamath Agency,
Washington, D. C, August 10,
1st pub. Aug. 19 7h. & Sit. 12t
A classified Ad will soil It.
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ONE NIGHT ONLY
Monday, August 30
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