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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 18, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
TUESDAY, JANUARY 18t 19U
JOHN II. 1IURNH, of Cincinnati,
)!il), who says hi wonderful
nwlonttloii to hoallli lnc taking
TmiliKi linn iixioiilNhf-iI all Ills
friend, Iium uliicl () pouniLt,
HIBBjiR'' i pMksbv
English Girls to
Seek Spouses Here
LONDON, Jan. 18. "Jnckloss
Jills" nro omlgrntlnR In considerable
numborH from England In tlio hopo o
flinllnit sultablo "JM-Iobs JackB" tor
husbands In tlio Unltod States, ac
cording to Norah Mnrch, bacholor of
nclonco. Itor commonts on Eng
land's "mnrrlagoahlo woman who
may novor marry," boforo tlio na
tional birth rato commission somo
tlmo ago woro widely dlscussod In
tlio British pross.
Oovommont figures show tlioro In
a ntirplUB of a million women In Eng
land whoso only liopo of marrying
deponds on tliolr migrating to some
part of tlio earth whoro thoro Is a
moro oven distribution of tlio Boxes.
According to Miss March, tboy aro
doing It, Slio Hays sho Is rocolvlng
lottors from America that aro "sig
nificant of tlio loneliness of somo
"Women nro ontorprlslng to'day,"
sho added. "Ma"hy aro emigrating
who a fow yoars ago would havo
feared to tako tlio groat adventure."
"My friends nro nil astonished ovor
my woudorful restoration to health
slnco taking Tanlac," said John II.
Horns, of 308 East Front Ct., Cincin
nati, Ohio, recently.
"I don't know what It Is, but thoro
is something about Tanlac that cor
talnly doos tlio work," ho said, "and
I firmly bollovo It It hadn't boon for
this modlclno I wouldn't bo hero now.
It completely restored by health and
I havo gained 20 pounds bcsldos.
I havo a splendid nppotlto now, and
can eat anything I want without
bolng troubled In tlio loasf after
wards. "Boforo taking Tanlac my boalth
was dreadfully rundown. My main
trouble was Indigestion, and I suf
forod rnlsory night and day. I novor
Boomed hungry, and tlio llttla I ate
upset my stomach. I was norvous nnd
couldn't got a good night's sloop. I
lost 31 pounds and was going down
hill rapidly. " It soomod llko tlio
moro modlclno I took tlio worso I got,
'Hut slnco taking Tanlac I am llko
a brand-now man. I sleop llko a farm
hand nil night nnd fool Just flno all
day. In fact, I'm a porfoctly well
man onco moro. Tanlac cortalnly
boats anything I over any in my
Tanlac Is sold In Klamath Falls
by Btar Drug Co., In Lorella by James
More Co. and In Merrill by South
orn Oregon Drug Co. Adv.
A classified' Ad will soli It.
BAR ROOM CAUCUSES
no uNoi;it roit holons
SACRAMENTO, Cat., Jan. 18. In
formal conforonces on leglslattvo mat
tors, often hold In hotel bar rooms
In tho old days, aro no moro, so far
as tho prcsont session of tho Califor
nia legislature Is conforoncod for
tlioro art no hotol bars.
' As a result, tho mombors of tho
loglslaturo may moro frequently bo
found nt tholr desks whon sessions
nro not bolng hold than ovor boforo.
Thoro nt 111 remains a consldorablo
amount of buxzlng about In botol lob
bies, but discussions nro confined to
tho sonnto nnd assombly chambers tp
a degree, unknown horotoforo.
Profiteering Is ,,
' Rampant in Italy
HOME, Jan, 18. Tho Italian mid
dlo classoi whoso Incomes romaln
substantially what thoy woro boforo
tho war aro angrily resisting what
thoy donounco as tho "outrageous
prices for necessities exacted by pro
fiteers." Tho scones of Indignation
which occur In somo of tho stores of
Home show tho oxasporatlon of tho
Ono man who was asked tlio
oqulvalcnt of $G4 for n pair of shoos
told tho shopkeepor: "Durglars who
entor your houso nnd rob nro not
tho only holdup mon In this town.
You como In tho samo category." An
olhor man, when asked tho equiva
lent of $30 for a hat, told tho shop
keopor that ho was tho manufactur
er of tho hat and had sold It to tho
dcalor for $10. Mo called tho ro
tailor "a robber."
Lately tho shopkooperB havo bcon
compollod to mark tho prices In
plain figures on ovory artlclo In tho
shop windows In tho vain hopo that
tradesmen would bo ashamod to ask
exorbitant prices; tho only offoct ap
parontly has bcon to lovel prices up
ward Instead of down.
Everybody Is or Should Be
Talking oi Building, Now
WOMAN IIANCIIKH IS
Let Us Do Your
A numbor of business houses aro
saving tho tlmo of tholr bookkoopors
and Individual collectors by lotting
us colloct tholr monthly bills. It Is
tho modern method. It cuts down
your overhead. Got your bills ready
and wo will do tho rest.
MRS. T. H. JOLLY
123 Eighth St.
DIIY SLAD costs you less than othor woods. Wo can dollvor
SLABS moro promptly than blocks.
All our wood Is dry and woll setionod.
Deliveries 'aro difficult at this season of tho yoar and prices
aro necessarily higher, but tho net profit to us Is loss, so do not
blamo tho wood man for the higher prlcos.
O. Peyton & Co.
"WOOD TO BURN" .
OSCAIt PEYTON WILLARD PEYTON
419 Main St. Phone 535
"Mother, did you bake
"No, that's some of the
Bakerite bread sold at the
Rex Cafe. It's better than
I ever baked."
SPOKANE, Wash., Jan. 18. Mrs
Etta Vosscy, somotlmoa called "queen
of tho sheep borders," owner and ac
tlvo managor of a 2000 aero shoop
ranch In tho Yakima valloy of Wash
ington was a dologato to tho annual
convention of tho Washington Wool-
growora' association here recontly,
Mrs. Vcssoy spoko to tho convention
In dofonso of tho herders.
Tho business activity of Mrs. Vcs
soy, according to othor Yakima ghoop
mon, Is most Interesting. On hor
shcop ranch thoro aro ovor GOOo
owes and lambs and sho attends to
all business affairs. During tho
summer months sho makes dally In
spection of all camps on her ranch
by automobile, personally scolng that
all mattors aro attended to.
Mrs. Vessoy told tho convention
dolcgatos sho always carried a load
ed "six shooter" whllo sho was on
tho ranch but that sho has novor yot
'had occasion to uso It. Sho declared,
howovor, that sho xnow how should
tho occasion arlso.
ON HONEYMOON TRIP
SACIIAMENTO, Cal., Jan. 18.
Jeromo I). Kavannugh-of San Ber
nardino, formor servlco man and
chlof clerk of tho assembly at this
leglslattvo session, Is tho youngest
chlof clork tho lowor.liouso has over
had. Ho Is 30 years old but says ho
fcols youngor, his trip by motor car
to Sacramento having been his honey
moon. Mo was marrlod to Miss Mario In
gram on Deccmbor 28, 1920, and Im
mediately after tho wedding started
to tho capital.
LODI, Cat., Jan, 18. Encourag
ed by tho high prices of grapes last
yoar, vlnoyardlsts of tho Woodbrldgo
and othor soctlons aro preparing tholr
land and procuring cuttings to plant
larger acroages to grapes this year.
WASHINGTON CITY 1L8
HOQUIAM, Wash., Jan. 18. Ho
qulnm has an official chaporono, who
by a recent ordor of tho city coun
cil, must attend all public, dances,
whether given by Individuals or cor
porations. Tho chaporono was
nnmod by Mayor W. A. Jacka and sho
will recolvo $3 for each danco at
tended. Tho monoy must bo paid
from tho danco procoeds.
NEW RECRUITS ARE '
8ENT TO CASH1 LEWIS
CAMP LEWIS, Wash., Jan. 18.
All army recruits beginning January
15, aro being Bont to tho fourth di
vision at Camp Lowls following or
ders to recruit tho division up to
Its full peaco-tlmo Btrength. Thoro
will 'bo 19,000 nt Camp Lowls whon
the division Is comploto. Official an
nouncement has boon rocelved hero
from tho war department establish
ing tho fourth as a full strength di
vision. Unless army rocrultlng 1b
stopped by congress It Is bellovod
here that full strength will be at
tained by summor. .
DOGS SAVE RANCHER
HAVRE, Mont., Jan. 18. Loft
helpless when bo toll from his horso
and broke a leg, when tho animal ran
away, John Lepac, t. rancher Just
across the Canadian lino, owes his
llfo to three faithful shepherd dogs.
The dogs ran to tho ranch of Joe
Kissel, Borne miles away, and by their
actions attracted Kissel's attention.
The roscuo soon followed and Le
pac came here for treatment.
"Let HER dream of a now
nomo como truo this year!
Start planning now, so that as
soon as tho weather permits
you can get tho work under
way, and havo tho now homo
completed In tlmo to plant tho
flowers and garden."
Tho days of "high cost or lumber" aro post. Recent price readjustments, covering
a number of months, havo brought lumber prices back "to earth."
In fact, Lumber was tho first of all great living commodities to come back to
anywhere) near a normal basis.
EASY TO BUILD Made So by "Big Basin" Service
Wo havo established a reputation In this community as aa authority on lumber
and Us products, and how to uso them.
Years of experienco'ln tho building and material business, and a special study
of tlio different kinds of wood, cnablo us to give you practical advice as to the
varieties and grades of material best suited for each particular purpose.
Our experience saves you money and mistakes. Wo tako a personal Interest In
your building problems, helping you plan tho arrangements and construction, mak
ing estimates, securing competent workmen, and helping you In every way wo
That this service Is appreciated Is evidenced by our growing list of Satisfied
Customers, who Insist on telling their neighbors and friends about us, Intimat
ing' that tho "BIG, BASIN" Is a good placo to go when buying lumber.
The Big Basin Lumber Company
W. II. KLINOENBERG, Manager Main and Sprlfag Streets. Phono 107
EXCLUSIVE NATIONAL BUILDERS BUREAU REPRESENTATIVES
Jllo do Janeiro has 25,000 busi
Miss draco Wolfo, a Topoka ston
ographor, Is employed In tho fore
noons as secretary to a Methodist
minister, her work consisting large
ly In rocordlng marriages and mak
ing woddlng appointments During
tho afternoon sho is employed as
stenographer In a law office, where
much of hor correspondence pertain
to divorces and alimonies
Offlco In Shastlnn
DO IT NOW!
It Means Dollars
In Your Pocket
When the time at last comes when you
are compelled to consult a dentist is to
whom shall I go? Before you go, give
consideration to the following peints:
1st Reputation and Skill of Dentist.
2nd Cost Are the Charges Extravagant?
3rd Cleanliness and Gentleness.
4th Has he, the Very Latest Modern Equipment for doing the
work without pain?
You will find these questions and many more answerable to your
complete satisfaction if you make inquiries about my reputation.
I can save you half the ordinary charges with a guarantee for
ten years. t
IF YOU NEED A PIjATE
THEY ARE SURE TO FIT
Alt tho plates mado in my office are articulated on, tho new anatomical articulator, or faco bow.
I give special attention to my Impressions. Every plate is tried in the mouth boforo finishing. A
failure under my system Is almost impossible.
THEY LOOK NATURAL THEY FEEL NATURAL
Havo Your Impression Taken Today and Get Your Teeth Tomorrow
If you need Crowns and Bridges you will find my work unoxcolled for beauty, finish and wear.
Every Gold Crown Is mado of 22-k. gold, heavily reinforced to resist strain and wear. My work Is
not to be surpassed regardless of price, and carries my personal guarantee for ten years.
I TELL YOU EXACTLY WHAT YOUR WORK WILL COST BEFORE YOU START
A TEN-YEAR WRITTEN GUARANTEE WITH EVERY
PIECE QF WORK THAT LEAVES MY OFFICE
910 Gold Crowns for ..'.............................. .....' $5.00
910 BrIdgoork, per tooth..... ...... .................. . . 95.00 '
Plates for 910, 919.80 and $15.00
Plates repaired for ..........91.50
Porcelain and Enameled Filling to match your teeth, as low as......91.50
Teeth Extracted .......$1.00 ,
Children Teeth Extracted 50
Dr. PATTERSON, New Savoy Building
X Lady Attendant