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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
Twpnty-Five Years Ago in Linkville
J. MUlillAV jfiu.
'i tied dmly except flunilay, by
r lit mill l'uhllslilng Company ot
V jumlli 1 nl. At 119 KlRhlli Street
r itcrwl nt Oxi l'oHoirico At NU
ii ii IJijlU, Oro,, ,fr .transmission
"lto (ln) Mills' ni second clatp
ll J)K WW in ASSOCUTUt
nd Pre piei'll
r'nl&l Prtfcr- giiiClus1't)r
ftolwejij? liMDllMtlon of
'mwrhfc crfillt!! to il
.LerivW foedilcd . hi tint
lnOSorul ut p ib
av.jwi my i t it
TK. BULGIN-1N COURT
UOISC. Mah,o, Jan. 4. Trial
lliolr Merits ot tho Blander suits for
dutnbges .totaling flGO,000 against
Dr. 12. J. Hiilgln. Portland evangel
Hi, lins been ordered by tho Idaho
imprcno rqurt. Jesse Mann, Hay
itrn -Mann and Herbert Kelscy ns
I'lilduals niked $10,000 each and
r Mann Brothers orchestra sought
rti nnu'uonni ;ni,uuo as tho result
. uarftet against them mado by
Dr. nulgln during a revival.
Tho charges resulted" from dances
hold across tho street from, tho rc
vlal tabcrnaclo at Moscow more
than a year ago under tho auspices
of tho American Legion. Dr. Uul-
gln admitted making tho charges
Tho caso tv as appealed on failure
or Jcsfo Mann to undergo a phys
lea! examination In his cue, as or
dorcd by tho trial court. Tho do-
cttloh holds' tho burden of proof
rests with Dr. Dutgln.
LAST BUFFALO HUNT
Ten of AlinoM i:tlnrt Specie
Mint in Montana
KALISl'ELL, Mont., Jan. 3
what Ig said to have been one of
tho last possible buffalo hunts to
ba Jiold In tho state of Montana
was witnessed recently at tho Con
rad ranch near here. Ten animals
were shot for market,
Tho hunt lacked considerable ot
V tho excitement ot the old days
when tho West was really wild, but
occasionally the sport becamo qulto
exciting. Now and then an animal
wou!dt break from the corral, and
-had to bo fallowed by hunters.
The hunt followed the sa!o of
tho herd to Gibson brother, of
lnklma. Wash. Ninety-one head
were shipped ollvo to tho Washing
ton ranch. Tho other animals were
killed for food.
All pupils attending tho grade
schools here were taken to the
ranch to witness tho hunt.
iTSToQuARrciW C r,C" SCRATCH MdE t
(TOuSAT 1 II GRrtNO CP vkOOLN - .moho scRrct I
ITMEYfct "no-no-. y.PC GTCr THAN AN? OTE BRAND I
ItootwnI EeV'&mi X-r-Srsaa-ad
T -rJ J WHEN TT JRATjTZ J' VT
Tr srrocs arc showing "crs-r-HB?
M5.W "AiA. COOPS w5" Wf
I.O.ST On .Main 91 , In front of
where tho Houston opera house
stood, no open-faced, gold vrntch.
with gold chain, to which lit ntlncJicil
n rtoi-r In')1 Watch Is n keepsake high-
h pr'ied nml If tint person who
found It will return It to me, It will
bo miiivel!itd nnd I II ray l
rd N J. l lulMinii, 2)l Wlllltf
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i-u ITR,-4. flu Tt. "i t Tiv.
If jou mi nt to sell It. buy It. trndo
lit, or find II, try it Herald i-lnsilfled
8TKAM lll3ATi:l room's $3 f.O per
Mick. I .in I.' will Htlhteit Iglitiy,
-liiivor l"itli N'n winter rates
t'enlrnl ll.url, ,1 T Wnul. Mgr. tUf
Kjenni' 1 10' iiBRrnpliiir ilesirei
PoMlfon, Mux J II raid uffko. 31
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V&$tt l- fi nt foi eenr I
UJk vo." 4 CfJ WnsjilnKhiii 8t.
Mi'n lh Areii!' '! ymir honi.
4 1'liit" iii"', . rf hot wnlir i
' rill ll.A.ff.A .kh
Jiinrter No. ll.mil
li " J 0 .
Il 1 II
Hi ii c
(ii t i
111 1 lb
lilfll ltA 111 T.AKIS lllrlill-ol
brifoiiii im olruwlinro. bilu-1
I t' omi sunt' Nar-tf
Storo" night. Uesldes tho usual
lirgo list of prises, Maungor White
has an oe up his sleeve, ns ho an-
Either consult it good, reliable ph
slclan ut enco or get from our phnr
maclst nboul four ounces of Jail
Salts; take a tablespoonful In n g)ai
' te I l Id
'i mi ' i at It '
I my 61 7 Main
- - ' isi.uis; laKe a tnoiesiu'oiuui in n gin's
nouiice, he Is going to glvo away nilof water before broaktiut for a tow
the plcco de resistance of the " n'l our kdns will then net
...... i. .....i ii.. ..... ii fine. This famous salts Is mado f rum
awards, a 'real llo baby. ,h .,,, n, ,... ,, ,.,.,., i..,,.
combined with lltbla. and has been
used for generations to clean nnd ntl
mulato sluggish kldncjs, also to neu
tralize acids in tho urine so It no
loncer Irritates, thus ending bladder
Jad Salts Is a lifo s.tcr for regular
I meat caters It Is Inexpenslte, can
not 'njuro nnd makes a delightful,
I effervescent llthlu water drink
KOI ND -On Oregon Ao, box con
tnlnlng lad) s Mines Owner ma
into an mo by calling nt Herlild of
fl o nnd palng for nil 31-4
I in i " i l
ii'n 1 '
Mo h, n in
M i . Ills ,il
' Hlles will be icll
I i I es Aim Iv I i M
r, I'lioliii .i itiW nr n i
Ktllt HAM." Dry limb wood. Al t'rv.
stnl, IMicuo 100W 3.7
On Sunday, nt the matinee, tho
children who attend will again bo
given a bag of candy.
It Is .Voir at llnml ti llunilml of
Klanutlli I'nlls ItcndCrN.
Don't neglect an aching back
Uackache Is often the kldnca cry
Neglect hurrying to tho kidneys aid
Means that urinary troubles may
Or danger of worse kidney trouble
Here's a Klamath Fall testimony
Mrs. J. A. Harrison, 302 Ninth St .
says: "I can certainly recommend
Doan's Kidney Pills for I know they
are Just as represented My kldncjs
were weak and 1 suffered with such
backaches I could hardly keep on my
feet. Frequent headaches kept mc
miserable and my kidneys acted Irre
gularly and unnaturally but Doan's
Kidney rills soon relleeit tho back
aches and other signs of kidney com
Trice COc, at all dealers Don't sim
ply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney PUIs tho same that
Mrs. Harrison had Foster-MIIburn
Co., Mfrs., Uuffalo. N' Y Adv.
USE SULPHUR TQ
DIG DOUBLE DILL- AT
THK 8THASD TOXIfillT
HEAL nn SKIN
llrokt-ii Out Skin mill Itching
Krxnna llnprtl Oier .Night
Tonight nt tho Strand there will
be a big double feature bill and a
side-splitting comedy. There will
bo no Increase In prices, the regu
lar fen and twenty cents admission
holding good on the extra attrac
tion. ''Hltf Temporary Wife" Is a
clover comedy, replete with stirring
eltuutlons, offering particular ap
propos opportunities for tho display
of tho wonderful talent of Rubye
Do Hem or and the supporting cast
of stars of to cscreen, which In
cludes Edmund Ureese and Mary
Iioland. Andthca there is the In
imitable Dill Hart In ono of Zano
Oray's best stories, "The Desert
Man." In addition to thero there Is
a laugh-provoking comedy, "Howdy
Ann," portraying the adventures of
n real cow-girl yjhorr she enters
fashtohablo boarding school as
Tomorrow night Is "Country
For unsightly skin eruptions, rash
or blotches on face, neck, arms or
body, you do not hate to wait for re
lief from torture or embarrassment.
declares a noted skin specialist Ap
ply a little Mentbo-Sulphur and Im
provement shows next day.
Dccause of Its germ destroying
iropertles, nothing has eter been
found to tako the place of this sul
phur preparation The moment ou
apply It healing begins Only tboie
who havo had unsightly skin troubles
can now the delight this Mentho-Sul-phur
brings. Even fiery, itching ec
zema is dried right up.
(Jet a small Jar from any good
druggist and use It like cold cream.
It's (irnniliiMillier'N Iterlpr In llrtng
lliirk Oilnr nnd l.uslrt
You can turn gray, faded hair
beautifully dark and lustrous almost
ocr night If you'll get a bottle of
"Wjcth'a Sago and Sulphur Com
pound" at any drug storo Millions
of bottles of this old famous Sage lea
llcclpe. Improved by the addition of
o her Ingredient, nro sold nnnually,
(Ks a well-known druggist hare, bs-
cause It darkens Iho hair so natural-
ly and eunly that no one can tell It
has been applied
Those whose bar Is turning gray
or becoming faded time n surprise
awaiting them, because utter one or
two applications the gray hair van
ishes nudiyour locks become luxuri
antly dark and beautiful.
This Is the ago ot outh Ora
haired, unattractive folks aren't
wnnted around, so get busy with
Wcth's Sago and Sulphur Compound
tonight and you'll be delighted with
jour dark, handsome hair and your
jouthful appearance within a few
da) 8. 'Adv. (
PRICES ON WOOD
20 TO 60 PER CENT OFF
CAN YOU BEAT IT?
Dry Slab, cord $S.00
Block Wood, cord $7.00
Block Wood, double load $9.50
Limb Wood, cord . $12.00
We are practically doWfi to pre-war prices.
Phone in your orders.
O. PEYTON & CO.
419 MAIN ST.
llesrrvo District No. 1
IlKt-OllT Ol. t-ONIHTION OK THM
AMERICAN. NATIONAL BANK
" OP KMMATII IttliliH
At Klamath Kails, In tho Blato of Oregon, nt Iho cloio ot IiusIiicm on
Ihiinntlirr 111, lua
1 n I.mins nnd illnnnintn Including mills
i-ouulH rjMM.10 11,1
3 Ovonlritfts, iiiihi'ciiiimI ....
4 If, fl. (Jnv eminent securities imticdl
n Deposited to soourn circulation (11. H.
IioiiiIh par value) ..ilOO,UOU.OO
Ii All other Hulled 8tittvn llovornmonl t
tic. uritioH .. i.soa.ns
t Oilier IliitiiU', Mntk, MTlllllli'", 'e ....
IlimkliiK House, 1315,000.00) furniture nod
rlxtnri's, (0,1)70 77 .. ..
S- Lawful rtscrvit with I'odernl Itesorvu Hank
Ulloms with Federal llcsorvo Hank In
process of collection (not nviilliibto
10 Cash In vault nnd amount duo from mttloif
12 Kxrhnngo for clearing house
Tolul of IteniH D, 10 and 12 I04.H4O.07
I 'Checks on liankM located outsldo of city nr
town of reporting bank nnd other rash
IB ltodemptlon fund with U. 8. Treasurer nnd
tlun from U, 8. Tronsurer ...
16 Other ussuls. If any
17 Capital stock paid In .. .
IS .Surplus fund
20 Circulating notes outstanding
23 Amount duo to State banks, bunkers, ami
trust companies In tho United Slate
mid foreign countries (oilier than
Included In Hems 31 or 32)
24 Certified checks outstanding .
25 Cashier's checks on own bank outstanding
Total ot Item,, 23, 24 ami 2C
IVeiimml ilrMMllH (oilier llinn tinnk id
plait) tiulijeet to lUirrto (deposits
1 payable within 30 dayal)
2d Individual deposit,, subject lo check
27 Certificates of deposit dun In less than 30
days (other than for money borrowed)
Total of ileum ml deposits (uthnr
than bank deposits) subject to
Ituservo Items 20, 27
Time ilrHilt mibjerl to llenrrve (pay
nolo after 3U days, or subject to 30
days or more notion, nnd postal sav
ings;) 32 Certificates ot deposit (other than for
34 Other limn deposits . . .
36 1'oitnl savings dcpoilla
Tottl of tluiu deposits subject lo lie
servo, Items 32, 34 and 36 .....
Totnl ., ..1537,364.31
Rlnto of Oregon,
County of Klamath, ss.
I I, O V, Wlmberly, cashier of the nbnrn named bank, do solemnly
swear that tho above stalament Is true to the best of my knawleugo ana
belief O. V. WIMIIKIl'.Y. Cashier
W C IIAI.TON.
K M. IIUIIII.
II W. IIOU8TON. Directors.
MAUV K 8TKWAIIT Notary I'ubllc
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 3rd day of January, 1032
(My Commission expires April 7, 1925)
. ' 57,3C4.31
1 1 TONIGHT TONIGHT
IF KIDNEYS AC
BAD TAKE SALTS
Haj Ilarkncho It Ugn you lint j l-n
callus Iihi much
Is That Cold and
' Cough Hanging On?
YOU ttilfbe "convinced (hat Dr.
King's New Dkcovcry docs just
vi hat it is meant to do soothes cough
raw throats, . congestion-tormented
chests, loosens the phlegm pack and
brent, the obstinate cold and grippe
f Mac!', relieves the congestion in tho
head. ta harmful drugs, therefore
pood for Children as well as grownups.
Right away you will notice tho
change for Jive better. Has a coil
vincin, healing, taste that ou will
appreciate. lluy a bottle nt any drug,
gists on tho way home to-night, 60c. "
For Colds and CoudKs
tuiy'lVpIcTtazy Bowels," DonT"
neglect. contipation. It undermines
(lie health, .takes aU vim out of
you. Ur. King's Pills will invigorate
the system, etir tip the liur, move the
bowels. All druggists, 25c.
Fl- .''""Mlill WON'T GRIPE
Ff. King's Pills
When you wake up with backacho
and dull misery in the kidney region
it generally means you have been
eating too much meat, says a well
known authority. Meat forms uric
acid which overworks the kldnevs In
their effort to filter It from the blood
and they become sort of paralyzed
and loggy. When your kidneys get
sluggish and clog you rau relieve
them, like you relieve your bowels;
removing all the body's urinous
waste, else you have backache, sick
headache, dizzy spells: your stomach
sours, tongue Is coated, and when
the weather Is bad you havo rheuma
tic twinges The urine Is cljudy, full
of sediment, channels often get sore,
water scalds and you are obliged to
seek relief two or three times during
At the STRAND
H. J. WINTERS
Phono 148-W 712-714 Main
Where EVERYBODY Goes
The Home of Hodkinson Features
BIG DOUBLE SHOW
m , JOSEPH LEVERING PRESENTS
"His Temporary Wife"
WITH THIS ALL-STAR CAST
' PAAVrT' A TAVt crniriop
J. A. McDOUGALL B. L. COE
Phone 153. Closed Can Country Tripi Solicited
DR. J. a GOBLE
70B Main Hlieet Phono 1BS-W
Wo Tit nnd Uilml Glahsen. Duplicate Hroken lenses.
Rubye De Remer, Edmund Breese, Mary Boland
Eugene Strong, W. T. Carleton
The triupmh of a Substitute Bride in a gripping game of hearts
F AND "
A Wonderful Western Picture
Wm. S. Hart in "The Desert Man"
AND A RIP-ROARING COMEDY
Tomorrow Night - Country Store
"A BABY GIVEN AWAY"
Admission 10c. 20c.
MURPHEY'S FEED STORE
W 3r, etb SJ, ' ' PhQntl7