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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 30, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
FRIDAY, OOYOBKR It, 1MM
j AT THE THEATERS
One of the clnvnroat nnd most ap
pealing pictures of (ho minion will
bo loon In (ha Metro prnnentntlon of
"Tho flpnndor," n production In
'which llnrt I.ytell him ritii:liii ,t hlli
Innitard of achievement.
This play, which will lm shown nl
I ho Liberty tliinitrn tonlKlit, wiih
mlnpted frcirn tho iitory of thn Mime
imnio that appeared In thu Rntunlny
Kfnnlng I'ohI nnd which wn writ-
ten by Prudorlck Orln llartlntt. At
thn tltiin o' It publication tlm story
attracted nnjlon-wldo notlo an. I wn
doclarml hy otlmr author to ho n
gem of humor nnd Ingonulta, worthy
of being uillod a classic. In Hi
adaptation for tho scrconi tlio plot
him ,!) on vary carefully fnltowod nnd
tho plcturn hiui proved onu of. thoiio
surprises .which Jndod cr.llc oflon
hopo for hut seldom sno. It rontalns
ninny Iiiiik'ih nnd much wIioIohihmo
rnmnncii which makes It n veritanlo
tnlnn of delight.
I will tell at public tale at my place, one
half mile north of Stitkel bridge, on hill
road, at 10 o'clock A. M., on November 4,
the following preperty:
Six head work horses, weighing from
1250 to 1600 pounds;' 2 set of harness 1
wagon, some good dairy cows, 4 calves, 3
yearlings, 1 Holstein bull from registered
stock; 1 new mower, 1 gang plow, 14-inch
bottom, 2 walking plows one with riding
attachment, 1 two-section harrow, 1 shovel
plow and cultivator; blacksmith outfit,
some carpenter tools; 1 cable derrick for
100-foot stacking outfit; 2 big brood sows,
2 incubators, 1 five-piece solid mahogany
parlor set and other household goods; 1
Empire cream separator, 1 I. H. C. gasoline
engine' 2i horsepower; many other things
too' numerous to mention.
Free lunch ot noon. Feed for animals.
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TERMS All sums under $20, casH; and j ;
on sums over $20 one year's time will be
given on approved security, bearing 8 .in- :
terest. 5 discount tor cash.
C.S. MERRILL, S. C. EASTWOOD, I
Auction r. Owner.
In "Tho l)cop I'urplo," It. A.
Walsh's film vomlon of Paul Arm
strong's nnd Wilsou Miznor's famous
play, patron of tho motion picture
will view something now In tho way
of crlmo doplcltlon on tho itcrocn.
Tho photoplay I showing flunday
at tho Ldborty thoatro, and repre
sents onu of tho bost screen offorlngs
proRontud hero In no mo tlmo. Bus
penso In wall suntulnod, nnd Dlroctor
Walsh, now an Indopadont producer,
ban succcodod In daroloplng a crook
play from a now unglu.
"In thn Iloart of a Kool" an Allan
Dwnn production, presented by the
Mayflower I'hotoploy corporation aa
a First national attraction, will bo
shown nt4he Btar on Sunday.
Tho action of thin picture occurs
In a amall middle west city and Its
story concerns tho affair of pooplo
we all know, For thU reason It baa
a tremendous appeal to all theatre
icoers who tec, on the itcrcen a tyfle
of people they are all familiar witb.
Into the peaceful community In this
little city la Injected two dangerous
disturbers a fool who makea of wo
man bis God and a vampire girl who
Uvea only for conquest of faearta.
BEGIN ON SUITS
Plash year kidaeya
ii I ally
No aaaa or wossaa who oats nsaet
regularly eaa make a atUUk by
flttsblsg tba kidneys oceaaloaly, aays
a well know authority. Meat
forma arlo add whlehcloss tke kit
aey porea so they sluggishly liter
or strata only part ot ue waste aaa
nolsons from the blood, tasa roa
get alck. Nearly aU 'trmbm mb,
headaches, liver trouble, aarroas
nees, conatlpatlon, dltslnecs, sleep
lessness, bladder disorders cone
from slucaisb kldners.
The moment von feel a dall aebe
la the kldners or your back harts.
or If tba arlne la cloudy, offeaalve.
full of sediment. irreculer of
age or attended by a aensatloa of
scalding, get about foar ouaoes ot
Jad Halts from any reliable phar
macy and take a tablespooafal la a
glass of water before breakfast for
a few dara aad your kldners win
then act line. This famous salts la
made from the acid of araaoa aad
lemon Juice, combined with llthla
ana nas been nsea for geaerauoaa
to flush clogged kidneys aaa aliKU
lata them to activity, also to aaa-
trails the acids la nrlne so It ao
longer causes Irritation, thu aad ''
lag bladder disorders.
Jad Salts la Inexpensive aad eaa-
Jad Salts la laexpenslve: eaaaot
reecent llthla-water drink which all
regular meat eaters ahoald take mow
aad then to keep tke kldnera cleaa
and" the blood pure, thereby avoid-
ins; serious kidney complications.
Voters of Oregon
The Port of Portland Dock Commission Consolidation Bill on the state
ballot should be defeated. Whlto It no doubt affects tho whole state
In somn degree, tho enormous eipcnso which It will create must be borne
by the taipayera of tho Port of Portland, which contains 209 square
miles, or less thsn one-quarter of ono per cent of tho area of the state.
The Chamber of Commerce, tho Taxpayers' Lcaguo and other Portland
organlintlona nnd many representative business mon bavo Jolnod bands
to acquaint tho voters of Oregon with tho facts nnd to enlist their oppo
sition to tho measure.
Tho scheme of Improvement proposed by the bill will cost 140,000,000.
As a startur, 10,COO,000 of bonds uro authorised. In violation of the
homo rule provision of thn Conntltutlon of Oregon, tho votors of the Port
of Portland nro denied thu rlKht to say how largo u dobt they are will
ing to aimumo. Nor uro they given n voice in tho selection of tho com-
missioned who nro to voto bonded debt upon them, levy taxes for thorn
to pay and rqanaKo thalr business.
Tho electors of tho torrltory within tho Port of Portland uro , better
quullflod than anyona elno to JuiIko of tho amount ot bonded dobt they
should auttiorizo or thn tnxos thoy hIioikI pay. Thoir liberality In assum
ing burdens of public Improvement, not only for thomselvos, but for the
stato at largo, will not bo qiieMloned by any ono who will scan tho rocord
of tho hugo total of bonds thuy uro now carrying, amounting, In round
figures, to $34,000,000. It cannot bo thought that tho stato will be the
gulnor by Imposing upon Its chief city tho lnsutportsblo load ot addi
tional dobt contemplated by tho pending bill.
Tho sponsors ot the Port, of Portland bill havo openly appealed to
tho doctors ot tho stato at largo to voto for It on tho ground that It
will cost thorn nothing. This Is 'log-rolling of tho most dangerous type.
If such methods are to prevail In behalf ot direct legislation, no county,
city, port or other municipal corporation In the, state will be safe from
havinjr Intolerable dobta and taxes foisted upon It by Indifferent voters
from other ports of the state. Dills like this must bo rejected, by the
voters If borne rule Is to retain Ita vital force. Home rule and such bills
cannot survive together. One or the other must fall.
Tho votera of tho Port of Portland aro not asking tq bo relieved of
their responsibility to create and maintain the necessary facilities for
ocean commerce. They desire only that they be glron a voice In the
managomont of thalr affairs, and that, through tho established processes
of law, thoy be permitted to adopt a plan of port development which ,
will not load millions of dollars of debt upon them.
Voters are Requested to
VOTE 311 NO
Joseph Nl Teal, Henry B. Reed, A. J. Oieay, Hear! Labbe, R. L. Qtlaaa,
F.W . Mulkey, A. H. Devers, Leo Frlede, h. J. Ooldsmlth Hxecative
Committee. , v
Paid Advertisement by
Taxpayers League of Portland
3, N, Teal, Execu ttvo Chairman; L, J. Ooldsmlth, Secretary, Corbeti building.
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Deasorratic Caadldate for Repr
seaUtive 81st District.
Stands tor Good Roads; Better
Rural Schools; Better Forest Pro
tection; Conservation and priority
ase of Water to extension ot Agri
ulture and Stock Raising; and tho
re-aportlonment or representation
In aist District.
Mrs. Holcn Mason has completed
15 yearn of continuous service ns po
llco matron ot Wichita, Kans.
Tho number ot women who havo
written autobiographies Is -extremely
123 North Eighth St.
Dr. Lois C Bridf m
10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 5 p. ra.
Ill 5th St, Suite 105
Over First Btate A Savings Bask
G. E. WASHBURN
Construction Work of aay kind.
No Job too large or too small.
Estimates furnished free ot
UNION TAXI CO.
Baggage called for
and delivered. We
have open and closed
cars for our patrons.
We go any place any
Dr. Maad Ingeraoll Hawley
First National Bank Balldtai
date for v
die support of Kla
math county voters
at the coming elec
SOOTHING QWETUH FOR
U one of any hospital's Mfgeet i
and the locaUoa this .koifUal,
makes It especially desirable froai'
that viewpoint. Only abuadaatly,
capable graduated nursea are
ployed, and this fact, added to oar
unequalled staff ot physicians aad
excellent hospital equipment lnsarea
our patients unsurpassed service.
DR. E. D. JOHNSON
DR. O. H. MBRRYMAN
DR. T. C. CAMPBELL
DR. OEOROB I. WRIGHT
DR. E. D. LAMB
DR. H. D. LLOYD STEWART
For Paper Hanging and
F. It LAUGHTON
304 South Riverside
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In both piped and plpeless. It has
an oblong Are bos. Best for burn
ing wood. Let ua show you other
good points about It.
L. N. HAINES
10S8 Mala St. Fame SM
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