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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 10, 1921)
MONDAY. JANUARY 10, 1021.
GUILTY OF MURDER
Frod English says that according
to his opinion nn old maid gots a
honp of satisfaction out of tho
knowlodgo thnt Mlnorva, goddoss ot
wisdom, novor married.
RIG WOODMEN MEETING
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Notlco 1b horoby given thnt tho
undorslgnod administrator of tho os
tnto of Susanna Loach, docoasod, ban
filed In this County Court In tho
Btato of Oregon for IClninnth County,
tho final account ot his administra
tion of said estnto and Bald Court
hns fixed January 24, 1021, nt 2:30
o'clock I'. M. ns tho tlmo nnd tho
Courtroom of this- Court as tho plnco
for tho hearing of snld flnnl account
nnd for tho sottlomont thoroof.
Dated: Docombor 20, 1020.
L. L. IIUOWNELL,
Administrator with tho will nnnoxod
of tho ostnto of Susanna Loaoh,
dnconsod. Dee. 20-27 Jnn 3-10-17
The Office Cat
Ewnuann Camp, Woodmon of tho
World, will hold a rousing mooting
Tuesday avonlng, Jnnunry 11. Alt
momborg aro urged to turn out for
tho first mooting of tho now year
nnd holp plan for progress. Visit
ing nolghbors nro cordially Invited
to nttond, Tho clearing Is In tho
west hall ot tho I. O. O. F. building,
botween Fourth nnd Fifth stroots,
upstairs. Ry order of,
, H. G. Shldlor,
S-ll Consul Commnndor.
A Classified Ad will xnll It.
Ono half ot tho womon don't know
how tho other half manago to dross
so woll on their husband's Balary.
A happy mnn,
I'd llko to bet,
Is ho Who can
Sweat and forget. jt'
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
TOLEDO, 0. Mrs. Myrtle
Hcmsloy Is tho (lrst woman to bo
tried In Lucas-co for murder since
woman woro grnntod suffrage. A
Jury In Common Picas Court has
convicted nor on a second dogroo
charge. Mrs. Homsloy shot and
lclllcd Leo Couslno, who was said
to bo In lovo with hor married
daughter. Sho claimed Couslno
threatened tho girl and her hus
band and sho shot him to save
Seventy tons of alfalfa hay. Horses
wintered, J3 on straw; $7 on hay.
all thoy can eat. Jay Fatrclo, Mer
rill road 23-10
Rqb it right ottt-Try this!
Rheumatism Is "pain only."
Not ono caso In fifty requires Inter
nal treatment. Stop drugging! Hub
the misery right away! Rub sooth
ing, penetrating "St. Jacobs Oil" di
rectly Into tho soro, stilt Joints and
muscles and rollof comes Instantly.
"St. Jacobs Oil conquers pain. It Is
a'harmlcsB rheumatism euro which
never disappoints and docs not blist
Limber npl Qulfcomplalnlng! Get
a small trial bottlo ot old-tlmo "St.
Jacobs Oil" at any drug store and In
Just a moment you'll bo frco Irom
rheumatic pain, soreness and stiff
ness. Don't suffer! Relief and a euro
nwntts you. Oet It! "St. Jacobs OH"
is lust as rood for sciatica, non-
ralgla, lumbago, bnclcacho.. sprains
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NMARKER8. AND HEADSTONES
Embody Dignity ana Distinction
They aro designed, cut and built
with particular regards for Individ
ual requirements. Long; established
In buslness( unexcollcd facilities and
modern methods make posslblo tho
attractlvo combination of superla
tive quality and moderato prices,
our work affords.
Klamath Falls Marble
and Granite Works
.1040 Main St
G. D. Grizzle, Proprietor
You cannot expoct your car to be healthy all winter unless
you give It proper protection.
Sick Cars Are Expensive
Eiposuro to weather'" causes trouble, deterioration and rapid
depreciation. Wet wires cause 'short circuits water on metal
parts causes rust. The paint on the body will check and crack It
moisture Is allowed to collect 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
Hor rosy blush tho world admires,
13ut wo havo heard folks say,
Sho takes it off when sho retires
And puts it back next day.
No Editor Can
"I went 20 miles on n gallon yes
terday." That's nothing. I wont two months
on n quart."'
"Henry, why don't you shnvo!"
Never Quit 'Til They Get "Sir Feet"
Somo chaps aro so gabby, no doubt
they blow thoir Bhoo horns.
Not For Long At Any Rate
Joy riders aro not found careoring
along tho straight and narrow way.
The editorial saff has boon so mod
est as to ask for a spaco In this col
umn and to show that our heart Is
(almost) right, wo havo granted It.
Has any one
Had a fire.
Had a baby,
Droko a leg,
Had a party,
Hnd a rnlso, : '
Sold a Ford, I
Struck it rich, .
Dought a houso, z
Stole a cow,
Fallen out of an airplane,
Fallen out with his wife,
Lost her to a handsomor man,
Or anything like that?
If so It's news. Send It In,
might publlBh it. Who knows.
W. O. Smith says that thoy put
fools In tho world for tho samo rea
son they put tho black key on tho
piano, Just to vnry tho monotony.
Tlmo to Cluingc
Qlrls, gather' round
Tho tlmo has como to make a
Tho frost is hero, tho summer's
It's time to put your heavies on.
C Jan. 10
packors aro Joining tho salmon pack
ers In tho clnss of producers who
aro facod with difficulty In market
ing their product. Tho bottom has
dropped out of tho horrlng market
and thirty dollars a ton Is tho top
prlco offorcd for fish that cost
from $35 to $38. As n result tho
snltorics aro bolng closed down and
crows dismissed. Japan was ono of
tho chief markets for Ilrltlah Colum
bia's salt horrlng, and tho Jnpanoso
flnnnclal eollapso helped to flatten
GRAIN TO GROWERS
OTTAWA, Ont., Jan. 10. Two and
a half million bushels ot seed grnln
woro purchnsed and distributed to tho
farmers of wostorn Canada during
the 1920 season by tho Dominion
Sood Grain Purchasing confmlsslon.
During tho tour yoars tho com
mission has been In operation, ac
cording to A. B. Wilson, dominion
commissioner, It has oxponded ovor
$16,000,000 for tho purchaso for dis
tribution in Canada of solocted seed.
Darkens cRnutlfully nnd Restorer
Its Nntural Color nnd
Luslro At Onco
Common gardon sago, browod Into
a hoavy tea, with sulphur and alco
hol addod, will tnrn grny, streaked
and faded hair beautifully, dark nnd
luxuriant. Mixing tho Sago tea and
Sulphur roclpo at homo, though, Is
troublcsomo. An easlor way Is to got
tho ready-to-uso preparation, Im
provod by tho addition ot othor In
gredients, a largo bottlo, nt little
cost, at drug stores, known as
'Wyeth's Sago and Sulphur Com
pound,' thus avoiding a lot ot muss.
While gray, faded hair is not sin
ful, wo all dcslro to retain our
youthful appcaranco and attractive
ness. Dy darkening your hair with
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com
pound, no ono can tell, bocauso It
docs It so naturally, so ovonly. You
Just dampen a spongo or soft brush
with it and draw this through your
hair, taking ono small strand at a
time; by morning all gray hairs
have dlsaappoarod. After another up
plication or two (your hair becomes
beautifully dark, glossy, soft and
luxuriant, and you appear yea
OH, Hereto, cvcsrgtt. jusTTHe Man i (want
xo see. T'3 coming Christmas, ano I've cot
A CSNUMS POMERANIAN U? lOS tu(TH A
peojcr.c35; ano it iyouio r-tAK.e a aucc-
flc?3CT ror. nKii. uvs.
HOW MUCH lyjut-i
You 2iv5 we.
v'om. vr z
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-irnri n iiffjJMiuii iiiu'Hi miw m mi inm .im ii i
mid in i .
"REAL SONG HITS"
' All By a Local Composer
A beautiful melody In waltz tlmo. This Is the Song that mado T
bucIi a hit at tho Musonlc hall recently.
Little Bit of Love
Make Life X
Tho biggest song-hit slnco "Lot tho first of tho World Oo Dy."
This numbor Is being fonturod from ono end of tho country to tho
"Till the Tides of the Ocean Refuse to t
A snappy lovo song that Is full ot melody.
"The Golden Threads Are Turning Into
Ono of tho old-stylo melodies rapidly coming back Into "now-stylo"
ALL OF THESE NUMHER8 ON HALE AT
THE KLAMATH FALLS MUSIC HOUSE
Geo. A. Wirtz, Prop.
Wo can deliver
DRY SLAD costs you loss than other woods.
SLABS moro promptly than blocks.
All our wood Is dry and woll seasoned.
DallvorlcB aro difficult at this scaton ot tho yenr and prices
nro necessarily higher, but tho net profit to us Is less, so do not
blamo tho wood man for the higher prices.
O. Peyton & Co.
WOOD TO BURN"
419 Main St.
Order Your Suit Now
Prices of Woojens have been reduced Per
fect fit guaranteed. Prompt delivery.
Your inspection invited.
CHAS. J. CIZEK,
If the Wood Dealer
That sounds odd
Wo do not sell current i we sell service.
Well, suppose the wood dealer sold service Instead of wood, he
would tend to your fprance and your range, toko away tho aShca
and clean tho flues, xbu would buy so much beat.
Now you bay so much light, although you pay according to the
current you consume. Bat the service la performed for you by this
company at tho substations and power plants.
That is what we want to give you -efficient service. It Is the
aim of tills company to havo none bat satisfied customers. No
matter what it Is, If you nave grievance, or are dissatisfied about
yonr bill or do not understand our rates, please come in and Me
us or wrlto ns abont it.
If you have any suggestions to make, we will gladly avail o
selves of them as our aim Is constantly to improve our service to
you as fast as the development of science and human ability permit.