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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 20, 1921)
THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1W1.
GETS BIG JOB
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The Office Cat
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
STAR DRUG CO
Puro mineral oil. Full pint
bottlo. Odorless and tasteless,
Heals and soothes. A non
irritating antiseptic wash. Tho
best vaginal doucho 6 oz. box
Fifth and Main Streets
In going over our stock before taking inventory we find many articles on which we are
M wfrjitnrkri. In ni-Hor in turn this afnrlr into mnnv hnrorA tnkincr rnck wa nrt mnrkincr it
Dt. Nora E. Dowoll has boon ap
pointed assistant geologist, of the U.
8. geological survey tho first wom
an to hold bucIi an otflco. Few wom
en In tho government hold jobs as
SAGE TEA KEEPS
"When Mixed With Sulphur
Brings Dock Ills Beautiful
Lustra At Onro
Gray hair, however handsome, do
Botos advancing ago. Wo all know
the advantages ot a youthful appear
ance Your hair Is your charm. It
makes or mars tho face. When It
tados, turns gray, and looks streak
ed, just a fow applications ot Sago
Tea and Sulphur enhances Us ap
pearanco a hundredfold.
Don't stay gray! Look young!
Either preparo tho recipe at homo
or got from any drug storo a bottlo
of "Wyeth's Sago and Sulphur Com
pound," which Is merely tho old
tlmo roclpo Impro ed by tho addi
tion of other Ingredients. Thou
sands ot folks recommend this ready-to-uso
preparation, becauso It dark
ens tho hair beautifully; besides, no
one can possibly tell, as It darkens
so naturally and evenly. You moisten
a sponge or soft brush with It, draw
ing this through, the. hair, taking one
wall strand at a time. By morning
the gray hair dfsappears; aftor an
other application or two Its natural
color is restored, and It becomes'
thick, glossy and lustrous, and you
'appear years youngor. Adr.
Teaching ot up-to-dato dancing,
Waltz, .One-Step, Fox-Trot and
Schottlscho, by competent lady and
91.25 por lesson for gentlomcn.
91.00 per lesion for ladles.
910.00 for ten lessons for gentlemen
98.00 for ten lessons for ladles.
Lessons start Friday, January 21,
and will be given every Tuesday and
Friday night at 9 o'clock sharp, In
Hall No. 2, upstairs,
Ninth and Walnut
Styles nnil Prlco
tho ladles' skirts'
stumps mo. When
long and wido and shap
ed like this thoy'ro cheap
as cheap can bo. It used to
scorn tho coin you'd spend
you would hardly oven
, four times as
' ' ' look '
So, Whnt'n tho Unci
Wcop, and you'ro called a baby,
Laugh, nnd you'ro called a fool.
Yield, and you'ro called a coward,
Stand, and you'ro called a mule.
Srollo, and they'll call you silly,
Frown, nnd they'll call you
Put on a front llko. a mllllonalro
And sonio ono'll call your bluff
When Men WI Stenographers
Then again It may bo tnat men
marry their stenographers becase tho
latter lcavo out a word now and then.
Many who send Christmas cigars
certainly know tho ropes.
Harry Poolo was heard to make the
following remark In tho Square Deal
drug storo yesterday: "And to think
whnt a damfulo I was four years ago
to go two or tbreo days without tak
ing a drink, and now I havo to go
all tho time without one."
We understand that Doc Powell
has plans underway to establish a
book worm farm In Klamath Falls,
9pipittJ not aim
of Coffee -mid
Many a small auto represents a
A gooso Is supposed to havo about
the least Intelligence of any living
creature. This Is from statistics com
piled for the Offlco Cat by A. L.'Wls
hard. But wo havo never board ot a
gooso arguing politics on a street
Wo may bo crazy on the womsn
subjoct but facts are facts Tho
only secrets betwoen some women aro
what they really think of each oth
No False Hair
Man's life is full of trouble,
It is, In fact, and on the square,
But still wo don't, when dressing
Need ask: "Where is my hair?"
Wo have It on reliable authority
that a convalescent patient residing
our near Dairy wrote the following
testimonial letter to a Klamath Falls
Your tablets havo done me a whole
lot of good. 1 will never bestltate
to recommend them to any person
Naturally, the good physician was
filled with a senso of undue elation
as ho read tho testimonial.
However, he did not know that
the patient had punched holes in the
said tablets and sowed them on his
trousers for buttons, Instead ot tak
ing them according to directions.
The folks who would rend
The norves of a saint
Are those who protend
T' be something they ain't.
'Tho man who first rolled Christ
mas gift cigars must have died long
ago but his dreadful work goes on.
"A baby walrus," wo road in nn
exchange, "will cat BO pounds of
codfish a day." Causing us to won
der what tho baby walrus's dad
works at and how much he earns.
Tzke Homed Do;en
NINE MILITIAMEN AltK
INDICTED yO MUBDEll
JASPER, Ala., Jan. 19. Nine
militiamen havo been indicted on a
charge of murder in connection with
tho lynching ot William Balrd, a
miner, last Thursday r f
at ridiculously low cut prices for Friday and Saturday only.
c 15c Linen Envelopes 9c
25c Cobweb linen Tablets 16c
11 60c Lord Baltimore Linen t.
Writing Paper 36c
60c Violet Dulce Liquid
Face Powder 38c
30c Violet Dulce Cold
$1.25 Harmony and Tru
flor Toilet Water 81c
50c Syta Natural Rouge ..38c
15c Hand Scrubs 10c
'l $2.50 Maximum Hot Water
: Bottle $1.85
:;$ 75c Rubber Gloves 49c
: j 35c Violet Talcum Powder
15c Palmolive Soap 10c
i 15c Creme Oil Soap
.....3 cakes 25c
tt 15c Toilet and Bath Soap
3 cakes 25c
i: 50c Castile Soap 35c
:j: 35c Glycerine and Rose
j- water 451c
: J : 35c Aromatic Cascara ....22c
; 20c 2 in 1 Shoe Polish 15c
'!: 20c Fountain Pen Ink ....15c
jj : 30c Jaynes Balsam Tar for
:;;: Coughs and Colds 19c
60c Compound Mustard
Ointment for Cold in
75c Senafig, a Pleasant
Laxative for Children ..43c
for the boudoir
Our entire stock of Ivory
Pyralin for a short time only
at one-third off the marked
$9.00 Hair Brush $6.00
$6.00 Hair Brush $4.00
$4.50 Hat Brush $3:00
$7.50 Cloth Brush $5.00
$7.50 Mirrors $5.00
$9.00 Mirrors $6.00
$14.00 Mirrors $9.34
$1.60 Hair Receivers....$1.17
$1.60 Puff Boxes $1.17
$3.25 Puff Boxes $2.17
60c Nail Files 40c
60c Shoe Hooks 40c
$1.65 Soap Boxes $1.10
$1.20 Trays .'. 80c
$3.00 Picture Frames ..$2.00
$1.50 Picture Frames ..$1.00
$1.20 Perfume Bottles ....80c
These prices are quoted to
give you an idea of what
33 1-3 reduction means.
Our entire stock is offered at
this reduction. Now is the
time to complete your set.
30c Peroxzone Vanishing
Cream 19c tt:
40c Cascade Linen Enve
35c Heand's Fluff Shampoo
40c Symonds Inn Cocoa.. 23c
40c Symonds Inn Chocolate
35c Cooking Soda 20c
25c Epsom Salts 17c tt:
35c Pure Castor Oil 25c ii
65c Emulsion Cod Liver Oil
20c Velour Powder Puffs, 1 0c
1 5c Velour Powder Puffs, 10c
25c Riker's Tooth Powder
75c Puretest Witch Hazel
50c Rexall Kidney Pills 39c
15c Old Dutch' Cleanser ..10c
30c Lister's Solution 19c
25c Bronchial Pastilles ..15c
$1.00 Aspirin Tablets U. D.
50c Hinkle Pills 33c
60c Violet Dulce Vanishing
l5c Household Glue 10c
25c Rexall Talcum for
90c Theatrical Cream ....72c
MILK OF MAG
NESIA Itelloves heartburn, indiges
tion and corrects acidity of the
itomach. Better for babies than
lime water, 38c.
MUCKS BO NOT INCLUDE REVENUE TAX
Mail Orders Filled Promptly
A ploasant alkallno nntlrop
lle mouth wash. Prevents In
foctlon. An effective nasal
pray or doucho, 3 Be.
Love Cools in Three Months
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Three months sufficed to cool the romanco of Miss Trlna Hannonborg,
choir girl, and tho Ilev. Cornelius Dansel of Passaic, N. J. In Novombor
nov. Dansol abandoned his wlto and children and eloped with Trlna. In
December thoy returned to their homes and ploadod forglvoness. And
now, in January, Trlnp, bus the former pastor for $25,000, charging
breach of promise.
HIIAHTA VIEW NOTES
James Ottoman returnod to Cor-
vallts with his brother Frank to at
toad school Most of our Dobomlan
boys and girls art) hustlers, and want
an education, and tho parents often.
deny themselves to help tbem got it.
Byrum Myers returned from tho
rabbit drivo with Cecil Hunt and
David Myers camo with Lostor and
Earl Wilson to s.pend Sunday.
Mrs. O. F. Qllck and children aro
visiting her parents at Ashland for
a fow weeks.
Amos Dook came over the moun-'
talnB In "his "Dort" from Tulare, Cal.,
last wcok. vAmos believes this coun
try Is a better place to llvo than
O. W. Myors and wlfo, Mrs. A.
Turner and Doth and Eliza KIrkpat
rick woro Sunday guests at II. E.
Whllo O. F. Ollck was cutting
wood recently tho axo glanced, cut
ting onp flngor nearly off. Mr. Cran
dall took him to a doctor at Merrill,
who drossod tho wound. It was so
sorlous that It will likely be somo
tlmo boforo ho can use his hand.
Miss Emma Kaspor, our primary
toachor, Eva Myors and Paula
Kaspor woro gliosis at J. L. Iialloy's
AVo aro tol(J that tho rabbit drivo
Saturday below Malln called out
quite a fow peoplo nnd dlsposod of
ovor a hundred rabbits. Tlieso drives
usod to provo very successful, but
this Is tho first one In this soctlon
for a long tlmo.
The ladles of tho Holplng Hand
society met with Mrs. Wm, Freer
Wednesday, with cloven present.
Thoy tied two comforts which thoy
prosontod to tho primary and inter
mediate teachers, who are "baching."
Tho young ladiea roport that they
aro loth to arlso in tlmo to get to
school slnco such warmth is nddod to
tholr needs., Tho noxt mooting win
be at Mrs. O. E. Hunfa homo on
Wednesday, January 26th.
Slnco tho roads have beon bo bad
our high school toacher, Mrs. West, is
staying near tho school. Hor little
daughter Is with her.
Most of our ranchors are improv
ing tho sleighing by gottlng a good
supply of wood on hand.
At tho oloctlon Tuesday of tho
Shasta View Irrigation district, O. E.
Hunt was ro-oloctod director..
HUNDItKI) PKItlSH IN
MEXICO CITV, Jan. 13. More
than ono hundred persons woro
drownod and two hundrod wero in.
Jurod when two dams nbovo Pachua
nroico yesterday and the released
flood swopt tho lower Bectlon of that
big mining town. One thousand nor-
sons aro homeless.
ATHLETES ON DIET
M03CO, Idaho, Jan. 20. Aspir
ants to positions on tho University
of Idaho basket ball team aro being
soivod grub at tho varsity training
tablo, "I havo always beon a firm be
liovor In tho training table principle,"
said Athlotlc Director Thomas Kolly.
"I am vory sure that those basketeora
of ours will thrive on tholr special