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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 30, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
TIIUIWDAV, DKCKMMCn ao, 1020.,
(lly AmiicIiiIimI Press)
NEW) YOltIC, Dec 110. KiHlornl
Indictments cliurKliiK violation or Hid
unll-lrust net worn rittiirtiuil loilny.
iiKtiliiHt four miiiit ronriiniN unit 11
Individuals, whoso, uctlvltliis 1 lit 1 1 livmi
scrutinised In connmllmi , with tliu
building tniHt InviiNtlKiitlon.
UHIJ Olf UNIO.V STATION.
PORTLAND, Dee. 30 Tho Hoiillc
om I'acKIn railway company tint do
cldi'il to permit tlio Croat Nortliorn
nuil North Hank railroads llm use
of tlio union station until tlio Intor-
Hliiln ctimmorco comirilsslon ox
umlmm Into tlio controversy result-
ItiK from an oritur ousting tlm twko
rou d Dccomhor 31.
I THE YEAR RIGHT
Headache, eyeachn or any troublo with jour eyes or nlas
limy cauio you many uncomfortnhln and painful day, or make
Impossible for ilolnic porfoct work with' your studies or your
:: IF YOU MUST
i: WEAR GLASSES
Why not lioftln tlm year rltsMT A little; precaution anil caro
now may ho of untold value for each day of thn cnsulns; year,
and nven for year to coma. Our room arn arranged especial
ly for nyn (nomination nnd wo dnvoto our tlmo and study lo
thn scientific examination of tlio oyn and tho furnishing of
H. J. WINTERS
Jeweler and Optician
I Phone 149-W 706 Main Street
w S BslSSSS I WIS I I
UNIVKIIHITY OK OREGON, Eu
gonn, Dec. 30. Serving n torrltory
of 300,000 squaru miles, thiT Unl-
vorilty of Oregon medical school hna
tho greatest geographical opportunity
of any similar Institution In tlio
United mule, according to President
'. U. Campbell, who yesterday wan
inked for a statement regarding Ore
gon's training center for physicians.
Ho pointed out that an thcro In no
stato medical school In Washington,
Idaho, Montana or Alaska, tho do-
mand for theso states would ba add-
Xlod to thono of Oregon for an arcrago
number of 120 physicians annually.
This number cannot now bu iiipplled
toy thn University of Oregon medical
school, which, with Its present lim
ited capacity, con turn out a, maxi
mum of HO graduates each year. Ono
hundred of tlio student who applied
for nilmlilaon lant fall had to ba
lly satisfying tho demand for It
Rervlco, ho Mid tho University of
Oregon medlral school will becomo
tho John Hopkins of the northwest
nnd I'ortlnnd, the seat of tho school,
will becomo tho hospital center for
DRY HI.AII costs you less than othor woods. Wo cau dollvar
BLA1IB mora promptly than blocks.
Alt our wood Is dry and woll seasoned.
Dellrerlrs are difficult at thl season of thn year and prices
aro necessarily higher, but thn net profit to us I less, so do nt
blama tho wood man for the higher prices,
O. Peyton & Co.
"WOOD TO BURN"
419 Main St.
"What theso stnto hospitals, such
us am maintained by Michigan and
Iown, will moan In term of human
tmpplnetD evidenced by what Ore
gon lhas been doing slnco li) 17 In
brlngltiK to tho medical school hospi
tal tho children that aro mnlinod and
(crippled nnd sending thorn homo with
(straightened limb and with tho phy
sical handicaps removed from thnlr
"Reinforcing tho work of tho mod
leal school, several othor departments
of tho university are carrying on Im
portant health education.
"Tho department of sociology
through tho extension division Is
working for better community health,
for sanitation and for a general pub
lic environment Inhospitable to dis
"Tho school of physical education
maintains a dispensary so that the
1700 university students receive the
regular attention of a competent phy
sician nnd when III are cared for by
trained nurses In hospital wards upon
tho campus. Its co-opcratlvo work In
social hygleno Included experiments
which nro being carried on In several
Oregon high schools. This depart
ment also trains each year a largo
number of toachcrs who glvo In
structions In physical health educa
tion In the public schools of tho state.
"At tho request of tho legislature,
a stato-wlIoasurvey of mental defect,
delinquency and dependency was
started March 1, 1919, and will be
finished thl spring, tho United States
t public health scrvlro furnishing Dr.
HERALD'S CLASSIFIED COLUMN!
WANT KURNI8HBU HOUBK. four
rooms or larger. Address W. B. C.
Horold office 28-30
WANTED Odd Jobs by tho hour, by
roiinnio man. mono 14C-W. 18-31
KODAK PINIBHINQ AT Stlnson'i
Photo Btudlo, 1311 Main Bt. Ctf
l.arly diagnosis and adequate Chester 1.. C'arllslo to conduct the
treatment will becomo nvnltablo to survey with the volunteer help of
ovory afflicted cltlien of Oregon and tho citizens of Oregon. Tho survey
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Foil BALE 1020 Dort touring car.
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names, dates and figures In business,
lovo, law, marriage and domestic
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removing all ovll Influences and plac
ing you In an environment of happy
thought and contentment. Perman
ently located at Hamel Apt Up
stairs, apt. 1, C38 Pine St. cor. 5th
out or. tho research carried on In tho cards coming In from all parts off
laboratories will coino contributions 'the stato havo at times been filled I
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that still cast their menacing aha- hopo and fear. This survey Is tho
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en and ono-tenth of tho deaths of dependency, often duo to some slm
men above tho ngo of 40. plo and curnblo physical disorder,
may widen until It becomes a menace
to public welfare.
"TIMi TIIK TIWM OK T1IK
OCKAN IlKFUHK TO KIX)W."
Ono of the sweetest lovo songs
over written On salo at tho
Klamath Falls Music Houso.
AT THE LIBERTY FRIDAY
A PICTURE of, t'.U;
vdcksd, wonderful WM
Paris of an American i
playwright and tho
butter-fly wife who wss
caught in tho net of
scandal. This Is a pic
ture no ono should
znls. Now playing.
Wrm. llm mm VktknmMm
AT THE LIBERTY FRIDAY
"Tho extension division of tho
university Is also a member of tho
stato advisory committee, of public
health nursing and is co-operating
with the health work of tho Amer
ican Red Cross and Antl-tuberculo-(sls
league It sends out popular lec
turers on health to Oregon commun
ities and widely circulates lantern
slides and moving picture films deal
ilng with various topics of Individual
land community health. Tho Port
land extension center In Its work In
.sociology, I training public health
, nurses, and social workers, 11 of
whom will be graduated next spring.
I "Thus the University of Oregon"
says President Campbell Is deeply Irr
tcrostcd In tho broad general health
program developing In many direc
tions In tho state. Oregon, on account
of Its climate. Its economic condi
tions and tho high level Intelligence
lot Its population, Is fitted to tako
.first tank la health among tho states
ono block from Slain. Hours 10 a. nv
to 8 p. m. 2S-13
TIMIJEIl UKL.INQUI8HMENT 160
acres 4',$ miles from Hltdobrand.
Running: saw mill one-half mllo on
oast, another two mllos on west. Tim
ber sold at $4 por m to those mills
last year. Prlco for flvo days 1500.
Phone 232-J or P. O. Hox lit. K. P.
FOR 8ALB 200 tons of alfalfa hay.
with a reed lot on Merrill high
way, nine miles from Klamath Falls.
Call at 028 Oak street. Bt. Francis
Apt. Apartment No. 11 28-4
FOR BALE CO corda slabwood, un
even icngtbs, at nig Jnkes saw
mill. 60 cents load. O. Peyton. If
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Fox tcrrlter pun noarlr
grown. Illack and .white. Mostly
black, black band around neck,
black face, with yellow splashes oa
Jaws, tall three Inches long, black, no
collar. Flro dollar rownrd., Call 170-J
LOST One largo Holatoln cow
branded O on left hle: also n year
ling steer with samo brand. Francis
llannon. City. 24tf
TO RENT OR LEASE
FOR RENT Worm sleeping room.
Private family. 1154 Pine. 29-2
LARQE HEATED DEDROOM for
two. I'rlvato family. Use of tele
phone and bath. One block from Her
ald office. 907 lUgh cor. 9th St.
FOR RENT New unfurnished apart
ments, close In.
J. T. WARD A CO. '
834 Main St. 27-3
FOR RENT Comfortable outsldo
rooms. 7S cents per night, with
bath or I3.E0 per week, with bath.
920 Klamath Ave. Home Roomtnc
Tho first ship to havo wireless In
stalled wan the Ban Martin, In 897.
of tho Tnlon."
1 iUi J IP
You cannot expect your car to be healthy all winter unless
you glvo It proper protection.
Sick Cars Are Expensive
Exposure to weather causes troublo, deterioration and rapid
depreciation. Wet wires cause short circuits water on metal
parts causes rust. Tho paint on tho body will check and crack It
molsturo Is allowed to colloct and stand.
GIVE YOUR CAR A HOME
Keep It Out of the Hospital
This company will help you.
Big Basin Lumber Company
Exclusive Representatives of the National
JUST A FEW PRE-INVENTORY
Golden West Coffee, 1-lb. can 55c
Golden West Coffee, 2-lb. can $1.62
Golden West Coffee, 5-lb. can $2.65
Swift's Empire Hams, per lb 33c
1-lb. Loaf of Holsum Bread 10c
Libby's Solid Pack Tomatoes, 1 can 22c
Royal Baking Powder, 12-oz can 42c
Royal Baking Powder, 2-lb. can $1.28
Royal Baking Powder, 5-lb. can $2.45
And Be Your Own Clerk at the
Spot Cash Basket Grocery
822 Klamath Avenue
"CASH AND CARRY SYSTEM"
Real, genuine, honest-to-goodness tamales
the kind in which you find plenty of chick
en an', Oh! that delicious flavor that you
have been looking for.
Seventh and Main Streets
CARLOAD OF GRIT, OYSTER SHELL1 and CHAR
COAL TO ARRIVE ABOUT DECEMBER 28th
Murphey's Seed & Feed Store
124 So. Sixth St.