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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 18, 1921)
TUESDAY, JANUAIir 18, 1021.
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
EAT LESS MEAT
Vko a Glnss of Salts to Flush
Kidneys If Bladder Botlicrs
Hating meat regularly eventually
produces kidney troublo In soma
form or other, says a well-known au
thority, because tbo uric ncid in
moat excltca tho kidneys, thoy bo
como overworked; got sluggUh;
clog up and causo all sorts ot dis
tress, particularly bacbacho and mis
ery In tho kidney region; rheuma
tic twinges, sovero hoadaches, acid
stomach, constipation, torpid llvor,
elooplcssnoss, bladder and urinary
Tho moment your back hurts or
kidneys aren't acting right, or it
bladdor bothers you, get about four
ounces ot Jad Salts from any good
pharmacy; tako a tablcspoonful in
a glass of water botore breakfast for
a few days and your kidneys will
then act flno. This famous salts is
ma do from tho acid of grapes and
lemon juice, combined with llthla,
and has been used for generations to
flush clogged kidneys and stlmulato
them to normal activity; also to
neutrallzo the acids In the urlno so
It no longer irritates, thus ending
Jad Salts cannot Injure anyone;
makes a dollghtful efforvoscont 11th-ia-wator
drink which millions of men
and women tako now and then to
koep tho kidneys and urinary or
gans clean, thug avoiding serlouB
kidney disease. Adv.
STAKING GOLD CLAIMS
Fortunes in Cats
CLINTON, H. C, Jan. IS. More
than 100 claims havo recently been
staked out in the Clinton and Llll
ooet district along tho Caribou road
in tho direction of Scotty Creek. As
says, it Is stated, show a high per
centage ot gold. A largo body of hom
etlte ore carrying gold values haB
been located about1 15 miles from
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Little Blood Is
Shed on Mexican
Fields of Honor
If you owned a few cats like these you could llvo la oaso a long
time. They aro threo of tho many famous cats on display at tho annual
cat show at tho Waldorf Astoria Hotel In New York. Miss Serona Rich
ardson Is holding "Seraph," a whlto prlzo winner. Tho black cat Is
"Kogls BIfll," owned by Mrs. D. F. Hcagy. Tbo prlzo winner with tho
striped noso is Mrs. Frank Ostender's "Ensign."
The Office Cat
7 BY JUNIUS
usee jo make!
9 pipjnd hot cup
of Coffee -mnd
Yep, JuBt Keep on Jtoadin' it "U'c
Don't Expect to Stop It
Dear Oftlco Cat:
Tho Office Cat
Is something that
Says a lot ot rot,
And llko as not
Some of it's true. .
Yes, somo ot It
Is really wit,
Fart is all right,
While some's a fright
Yet we read it through.
Can You Tell?
Why it is
A fellow will tako such tcrrlblo
Why is it ho runs tho v
Of pollco courts, divorce courts,
Why Is it ho sallies
And gets hlmsolf shot
Through tho left lung
Just to kiss somo other fellow's
When all tho tlmo his own wife
Sits At homo
Waiting to be kissed, And
Kissing her would't como halt
Why Is H?
MEXICO CITY, Doc. 20. (Dy
Mall) Duolllng as practiced In Mex
ico Is tho most harmless ot outdoor
sports. Although scarcely a wook
passos but somo porson whoso prldo
has, boon hurt challenges tho of
fender to "pistols at 20 paces In tho
Bosquo of Chapultepoc," few roach
boyond tho stago ot talk and r.ono
oven ventures' close to reality.
A deputy from ono Mexican stato
rises In tho chamber nnd bitterly bb
sails a mombor from nnothor stato
for his attltutdo on cortaln public
measures. Tho other ropllcs with
equal vituperation, Boforo tho day
Is dono tho chances aro n challongo
will bo carrlod to ono or tho othor
by two soconds who lator doscribo
their offorts In a vorboso roport to
nil tho nowspapors.
Onco In a whllo tho chnllongo will
bo nccoptcd and then Micro Is n
scramblo on all sides to sco to It that
tho "government Intorvonos" at tho
proper momont. Whother thoro Is
official "Intervention:' Is conjecture
but tho announcement Is nlways tho
same that "high authorities frown
ed upon tho contemplated struggle
to death and forbodo It." 1'rldo Is
always satisfied by such announce
ment and tho Incident Is forgotton.
FOOT SPECIALIST AT
K. K. K. STOItB, JAN. SO
7dke Home a Dogtn
More man naturally don't know
much and much of that Is usually
wrong. But what wo started out to
say was that somo women must have
tho Impression that thoy are not well
dressed unless they aro half-dressed.
Somo people nh!no their shoes
carefully who have not had a bath
for several years.
Order Your Suit Now
Prices of Woolens have been reduced Per
fect fit guaranteed. Prompt delivery.
Your inspection invited.
CHAS. J. CIZEK,
And Nobody Wants To
Harry Dolanoy Do you under
Mark Howard "Yep, I know thoy
can't be understood. "
Scientists say there aro many rea
sons for Insomnia. A couplo ot them,
selected at random, are tho prlco of
pork chops and tho wife's hanker
Ing for a car. x
PARIS, Doc. 27. (Ily Mall)
Tho changes ot tho moon havo been
found by tho ridlo offlcors of tho
small American floot In tho Adriatic
sea to havo a striking effect upon
the efficiency of tho atmosphoro for
transmitting radio communications.
Tho officers havo succeeded In draw
ing curves and othor diagrams, has
od upon months of observation,
which, thoy assort, rollably sorvo to
Indlcato what atmospheric and coles
tlal conditions affoctlng radio nor
vlco will bo met at any particular
date In tho future
Tho dlscovory apparently has spo-
clal application to tho vicinity of tho
Adriatic, for thcro tho changes In
tho atmospheric conditions caused
by tho chango In tho world's relation
to tho moon nro much moro msrkod
than anywbero olso In tho world, so
far as yet discovered.
Tho Adriatic tleot under Admiral
Andrews depends nlmo3t er.tlroly for
Its communications upon radio ser
vice, and having only receiving and
sending apparatus of modorato ef
ficiency It hns specially benefited
from tho discoveries. Tho power
ful wireless stations, such nstho now
Lafayette station near Bordoaux,
manago to overcomo unfavorable
conditions by using great power nnd
so aro not concernod about which
way tho moon turns.
Jnnunry 20 to 29 Inclusive nro tho
datos sot for tho appoaranca of
Hnrry Richnrds, foot spoclallBt, who
Is coming hero nt tho lnstanco of tho
K. K. K, utoro from tho Scholl Man
ufacturing company of Chicago, to
glvo ndvlco and rollof to any iiorson
nf fllctod with troublo of tho fcot. Mr.
Richard's help will bo given to any
body gratis on thoso dnys, nnd tho
IC. IC. K. storo asks tho public to
koop tho dates In mind and to avail
thomsolvos of tho opportunity offor-cd.
A classified Ad will soil It.
LUMHKIt CRAFT MAKES
POUT; 1IATTLKI) DIG SEAS
HONOLULU, T. II,, .Tan. 18. Tho
lumber Hchoonor Ilolono, from Port
Angolos, Washington, with lumbor
for Honolulu, arrived hero recently
moro than two wooks ovorduo aftor
a voyqgo of 30 days, during which
alio weathered a 100-mllo gnlo which
blow for 24 hours, according to Cap
tnln A. Lumbko, her master.
Describing tho storm In which
Cnptnln Lumbko mild ho oxpoctod
from hour to hour to lose his ship,
ho assorted that at times tho wnvos
coming down on his craft wore from
75 to 100 feet In height.
The new series, five-passenger
"Glenbrook" model is a six cylin
der gasoline car but it rides with
the smoothness of an electric.
The impulses merge into a con
tinuous flow of power that is
almost magic in its effect.
From 5 to 25 miles per hour in
9 seconds flat that is standard
performance, and a clear index
of giant energy.
Take just one ride. It will prove
a revelation so far as luxurious
motoring 13 concerned.
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"All ItN Name Implicit"
THE MOST" BEAUTirUirCArCr!N'AMER.ICA
Tho title ot ono of tho new books
asks "Is Hell Eternal?" Not yet. De
cision whether to make It so can bo
postponed for anothor 495,000, 000,
000,000,000,000,000, years, you
Noses aro red,
Owners aro blue;
Whisky Is high
And risky, too .
Kill That Cold With
CASCARA Q QUININE
FOR &&$&& AND
Coldt, Coughs TQV La Grippe
Neglected Colda cro Dangerous
Take no chances. Keep this standard remedy handy for the first sneeze.
Breaks up a cold In 24 hours Relieves
Grippe In 3 days Excellent for Headache
Quinine in this form does not affect tho head Cascara Is best Tonic
Laxative No Oplato In Hill's.
ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT
An Odo to Ads
A merchant had a lot ot goods ho
wished to quickly sell:
Ho advertised In Tho Herald and
then they went llko h-h-hot cakes!
Ono Sale Lost
A bride and groom were Inspect
ing tho furnlturo at Johnstone's fur
nlturo store. 'Is this a good strong
bed?" asked tho groom. "Yes, sir,"
responded Mr. Johnstono "I stand bo
hind every bed I sell." "Oh my,"
whUpered tho bride to tho groom,
"we don't want to buy a bed hero."
"Who was tho first man, Dobby?"
asked Miss Farrand.
"Why, Bobby, you ought to know
better than that. It was Adam."
'Aw, I wasn't countln' foreign
POLICK ATTtiXD COLLEGE
TACOMA, Jan. 18. Five local po
lice officers wIlLbo sont to tho Uni
versity of California this spring to
tnkon spoclal .course of study, Com
missioner of Public Safety Fred Shoe
maker plans. Five of tho best men
In the department will bo detailed
to take tho course, for one month,
and upon their return they will es
tablish a school for tho remaining
members of tho forco and Impart
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