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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9,t Jl
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V new automobile Fsliaggl
you wilt not find it HR
' equipped with Dla aH
mond Tires. gtHr
They never come at KiP
original equipment. rHj
N Every one of the two &&
million Diamond fwWJbt
Tires now in use rep i MT
resents the motorist's M$ff,i
choice at somo time m$
to supplant aaoite XFijKr
brand. f mmrlS:k
Drinking a Glass
of Hot Water is
a Splendid Habit
Cleanee and iwhIm the eyatsm
Mh morning and wmh away
eeleeneue, otagnant matter.
Thoaa of at who art accustomed to
(eel dull and 'heavy when we arlee;
putting neauacne, starry rrora a com.
tout tongue, nasty breath, acjd atom
ache, lama back, caa, Instead, both
look and (eel aa fresh aa a daisy al
ways by washing tha polslons and
toxins (rom tbo body with phosphated
hot wator each morning.
We should drink, beforo breakfast,
a glass of hot wator with a teaspoon
(ul of llmestono phosphato In It to
flush from tha stomach, liver, kidneys
and bowels tha previous day's Indi
gestible waste, sour bllo and poison
ous tozlaa; thus cleansing, sweoton
Ing and purifying the entlro alimen
tary tract before eating mora food.
Tha action of llmottone phosphato
and hot water on an empty stomach
Is wonderfully Invigorating. It cleans
out all of tha sour formontatlons,
gases, wasto and acidity and gives one
a fine appetite for broakfast. A
quarter pound of llmostone phos
phate costs t very llttlo at the drug
store, but la enough to make anyone
who Is bothered with biliousness,
constipation, stomach ' trouble or
rheumatism an enthusiast on Internal
MAY DIHIIiAY GERMAN
FliAfJ ON CONDlTtONH
COUI.KNZ, Germany, Aug. 16.
(By Mall.) The German dag may
again bo displayed from public build
tags and carried In parades, on spec
ial occasions, In all the Rhlneland
except the American area. Under
the High Commission's ordor (lor-
"mans must obtain a permit for each
Major Oeneral Henry T. Allen has
'not approved the order for tha Amer
ican area because the armistice stat
us still exists thoro.
One hundred and fifty thousand
pedes of beetles aro represented In
the British, Museum.
Tread I I W lut
DIAMOND TIRE VULCANIZING
707 S. Sixth St
1 TREES IUMED .
run nibtiL in
HALL DT FAME
WASHINGTON, 8cpt. 1. The only
tree known to hare been planted In
memory of Abraham Lincoln right
after his assassination has been nom
inated for a place In the Hall of
Kama for "trees with a history"
which tha American Forestry aio
elation Is, compiling. A. S. llulloy of
Decorah. lown, whoro the tree nowj
stands, Informed thu association that'
tho trco was plantod by ono Johni
Finn, who Is still living.
When Abraham Lincoln was assas-'
stnated Mr. Finn was In thlcago and '
ha returnod, homo much depressed.
A few days later, on April 27. 1865,
Oovernor Stono of Iowa "declared a
day of mourning fpr Lincoln. Finn
wont Into the woods and dug up a
small hackborry shoot which he
transplanted on tho street In front
of his home. The shoot took root
and today Is one of the most magnifi
cent trees In Iowa. It Is 110 feet
lilgh and nearly 12 foot In circum
ference to which facta the American
Forestry association points aa a great
lesson In what cau be done In trea
The Daughtors of the American
Revolution, the Grand Army of tho
Republic and historical aoclotles of
the country aro aald to be reporting
many other trees with a history to
the American Forestry association.
Other nominations for the Hall of
The first algaroba tree In the Ha
waiian Islands by M, J. Rlordan of
Flagstaff, Arls. This tree seed was
taken to Honolulu by Father Bach
elot from California. There are now
thousands of them In tho islands.
The denoral Johnston oak on tho
Bhlloh battlefield by tho chambor of
commerco of Corinth, Miss. Under'
this tree Oonoral Albert Sldnoy John
ston wns killed while leading hi
troops, The tree, now 300 years old,
Is enred for by tho national govern
ment. The Washington oak neur San too,
S. C, nominated by J. Danforth Rush
of Wilmington, Del. The tree was
spared from the aa when George
Washington urged that it be not cut
down. The tree Is on tho estate of
Colonel Henry Rutledge.
The largest canyon live oak in
California ls believed to have been
found by L. A. Barrett of tho United
States forest service near the Blddl
son ranch In Bouquet canyon on the
8anta Barbara forest.
The Ban Diego mission palm, nom
inated by T..P. Gets. This Is the only
one remaining of the four planted In
1761. Two were sent to the Chicago
world's fair In 18S and a third was
blown down In 1913.
The Blunston oak, Just over tho
Philadelphia line In Darby, nominal
od by Miss Ethel Austin Bhrlgley of
Lansdown, Pa. This tree was men
tloncd In a deed In 1683 and from
beneath It in 1777 Qeneral Washing'
ton watchod his army march from
Philadelphia to Chadd's ford.
Tho eld Sassafras tree at Harris
burg, now 208 years old, nominated
by J. 8. Illlck. It was IS years old
when John Harris, Jr., son of tho
man who found the Pennsylvania
capital was born. The tree Is 13 feet
In circumference and C6 feet high.
A classified Ad will sell It.
Name "Bayer" on Genuine
"Bayor Tablets of Aspirin" Is gen
ulno Aspirin provod aafo by millions
Tind proscribed by physicians for over
20 yours. Accept only an unbroken
"Buyer package" which contains
prouor directions to relieve Head
uho, Toothache, Earache, Neuralgia,
Rheumatism, Colds and Pain. Handy
tin hoses of 18 tablets cost few vents.
DruitfUsts also sell larger "Bayer
piclvRgog." Aspirin Is trade mark
.Mayor Manufacture Monoacetlcaci
tictter or Baiicyiicacia.
l 15 J V eV JtH
WASHINGTON, Sept. 2. Army
nvlaiors liavo long since ceased to got
mnny thrills out of routina or oven
"stunt" flying, It Is Raid, but an ex
ception should ho tnudo In tbo case ot
two sergeants who recently sot out
to break thu world's altitude record
for a pnrnchuto Jump at McCook
field, Dayton, O., according to an air
service announcement. The' men
vnro Sergeants Strong B. Madan and
Tho' sorgeants, without Intimating
tho naturo of their objective, took
tho air In a Lo Pore two-seated plane
with Madan as tho pilot and Bottreil
wearing a standard army parachute
ot tho double-pack typo. After fly
ing for an hour the plane had reach-
od an altitude of 20,600 feet and
Sergeant Bottreil started to climb
out of tho cockpit to mako the Jump.
Tho roleaso ring of his parachute,
howovor, accidentally caught on the
fuselage of the piano, and the para
chuto opened prematurely, dragging
tho sergeant out over the tall of tho
machine. Bottrell's arm struck the
rudder of tho piano as howent by,
tearing somo ligaments of bis arm
and ripping off a sleeve of his fur-
lined flying coat. A strap of his har
ness at tho same time caught tho
rudder and toro it from tho plane.
Tbo parachuto Itself was damaged
but opened as the sergoant cleared
tho machine and started bis long
Sergeant Bottreil lost considerable
blood from his Injured arm during
the drop, but made a safe landing In
a plowed fiold and received medical
attention In time to prevent any seri
ous result from his Injury.
Meantime, Sergeant Msdan, in a
rudderless airplane 20,600 feet In the
air, was having troubles of his own.
He finally found a position where he
could maintain a straight flight by
keeping the throttle In a certain posi
tion and tilting the plane with the
Herons. In this manner be glided
down to within about 8,900 feet of
earth where he managed to make a
wide turn by Juggling his throttle
and aileron controls, straightened
but and mde a perfect landing with
out further damage to his machine.
hi mii mm tim i mjh en
HeNgeHeHS Wl I1M3 '
Besides the regular use of salted crack
era for soups, there are innumerable
delidoua dishes enhanced by Seow
Flakes. Anchovy paste, nut paste, and
otherrooistsandwlchts toasted cheese
how good when Snow Flakes are
Don't ask for crackers
y SNOW FLAKES
Pacific Coast Biscuit Co.
AT THE THEATERS
Tho powerful novel of William J.
Locke, "The White Dove" Is on the
screen ot tho Liberty Theatre today.
H, B. Warner Is the star and be la
supported by a company which in
cludes Claire Adams, Virginia .Lee
Corbln, William O., Barrows, Herbert
Greenwood, Donald McDonald and
There aro a number ot Interesting
scenes of London life, most ot them
penetrating high artistic and society
circles, but the earlier and latter
parts ot the picture are laid In a
typical English vllllsge, and on the
estate of an English gentleman.
Why should a famous physician
suddenly sacrifice friends, fame aad
fortune disappear to hide hla head
In shame from his fellow practition
ers? What reasons are powerful
ea'oagh to cause him to thus give tip
the benefits that came as the retail
of a lifetime's endeavorT
"The Doctor and tha Woman." the
Qeaihw Rtawtahlt Rate
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
SHED 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,
Jewel adaptation ot Mary Roberta
Rlnehart'a powerful novel "K," teUa
the story of this physician's prediea
mont. Photoplay patrons who at
tend the Liberty Theatre, wilt have
the opportunity of seeing It when the
management ot that theatre present
It oa Friday.
True Boardman appears as co-star
with Mlse Harris, enacting the role
ot "K LeMoyne," the phyalclaa who
seeks to hide himself from his fel
lowmen. Daily Question Box
' 11,000,000.00 ,
Aaswer will he PaMlahet
K rfc iaasss Wakes