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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 29, 1921)
8ATCRDAV, JANUARY SO, 1021.
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
IS UP AM
SALEM, Jan. 29. Tho scnnto yes
terday afternoon passed n Joint reso
lution roforrlng to tho voters of the
stato an amendment to tho constitu
tion Increasing tho legislative session
from 40 to 60 days, nnd Increasing
tho pay of membors of tho legislature
from thrco to flvo dollars n tiny.
Tho Bcnato passed tho Ilumo bill
putting prlvato elementary schools
undor tho supervision of tho county
school superintendent, nnd requiring
In thorn tho inmo courses of study
nnd same teachers' qualifications as
for public schools.
, Tho house defeated tho senate bill
authorizing county courts and com
missioners to fix county surveyors'
salaries. Tho senato Indefinitely
postponed consideration of tho Up
ton bill abolishing tho stato emer
Tho senate passed a bill Including
all stato and municipally owned land
in Irrigation districts, also a bill reg
ulating tho granting of licenses to
creameries and cheese, factories.
Ilonu lUU Introduced
A bill providing an alternative of
$25 monthly for tho period of sor
vlce, of a $3000 loan on real estate
to cx-sonrico men, was Introduced In
Texas Will Be Rookies' Paradise!
February 5, 1921
Ten Prizes, Valued at 9100.00 Will
Four to Ladlcn;
Four to Gentlemen;
Ouo to Ladles Group;
One to Gentlemen's Group.
Prizes will be awarded to best rep
resentative characters. Prizes are
on display at tho Kallna store.
N. D. The Ladles' First Prize,
one sot of 46 pieces Hand-painted,
Good time guaranteed' to evory-
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"v. cubs jhow JrJ?j2 iVir"k7 v jtSyvr"-v.j
V I -- 1 T?tDLAriS-.UWN2JrOOopeHS i-VsiV
Kilt lvtut Meat, Also TjtUn OlnsM of
Halts Iloforu tinting
Urlo acid In moat oxclteH tho kid
neys, thoy bocuiuo overworked; get
sluggish, nclio, nnd fool llko luitipc
of load, Tho urlno becomes cloudy;
tho bladdor Is Irrltntod, ami you nuiy
bo obllgod to suuk rolls! t.vo or
threo times during tho night. When
tho kldnoyg clog you niiut bol
thorn flush oft tho body's urinous
wnsto or you'll ho n real nick per
son shortly. At first you feci 11 dull
nilsory In tho kldnoy region, you suf
fer from bnckitcho, sick hendncho,
dlzzlnoss, stomach gets sour, tongue
coated and you fool rhoutnnflo twlng
os whon tho weather IsMind.
lint less meat, drink lots of wn
tor; aUo got from any pharmacist
four ounces of Jnd Salts; tako n
tablespoon ful In n glaHs of wnter bo-
foro breakfast for n row darn and
Dlxtal Hoi Hut mostly Texas. Tho fng-end of Kobruary nnd tho first week of March will find all tho 10 'your kidneys will then net fine. This
major Icaguo ball clubs making tracks tor spring training camps. Texas gets seven of them, Louisiana four,! famous salts Is mado from tho ncld
Arkansas and Florida two each, and California ono. Map shows how tho clubs will bo distributed during tho of grapos nnd lemon Juice, commit
The Office Cat
See Winters and See Better
Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted
H. J. WINTERS
Jeweler and Optician
truth so truhtfully that his
couldn't mnko him out a liar.
To court n dumb girl Is n dream;
It Is a cinch, my lands!
When you kiss her sho cannot
For you can hold her hands.
AT THE CHURCHES
Abe Martin says Elmor Mootz wuz
shot in the flask while huntln' t'day.
Toopcr Cent has incorporated a sal
vago company to avoid tho fuel
shortago by gathering and splitting
Into firewood all tho stumps from
which political orators spoke during
"And now, Johnnlo," said tho
teacher, "can you tell us what Is
raised in McxtcoT'V'Aw, I know
what you want mo to say, but "ma
told me I shouldn't talk that way."
Arthur Whitman, the medicine
mixer, says that modesty may be a
virtue, but fourftushing Is a tlno
W. C. Davenport remarked in our
presence that every small boy and
every married man would llko to bo
disobedient, but they wcro afraid to
tako a chanco.
Wo can't understand why it Is un
lawful to marry two women at tho
same time 'and why it Is lawful to
marry six women one at a time. Wo
gonna ask JImmlo Ryan If ho
knows, tho next time we see him. He
ona know something.
Do not criticise tho fellow who
wears whiskers. Mobbo tho poor fel
low hasn't any chin.
T5t m Il
.served pipind hot
wftft pure cr&m
Phil, I'opo who claims the
unusual distinction of having
never been mentioned In this col
umn, says that a girl may not know
a thing about social ttlquctto and
yet bo thero with bolls on when it
comes to displaying good form.
Wo are trying to dovolop speed
to a point whore we can start today
and get thero yesterday.
Or Wood Alcohol
"If I give you a quarter, will you
promise not to. spend It foollflhly?"
asked tho fussy; old lady.
"Yes, mum," said tho tatterod vis
itor. "A quarter won't buy a drink
these days, I don't care for tho mov
ies, and since I don't own a car, I'm
not apt to buy gasoline."
Tho farmers who aro yelling in
'rage agalnBt tho fall In prices Just
can't bo consumers, that's all.
Prunes which were being boiled
yesterday by a dame in 'ew Jersey
exploded. Prunes never nctod that
way beforo tho prohibition era.
Oo-AI! ! !
Dad words said
Comes with horse;
Dill too high
Mlko Lavenlk says that his Idea of
a superman is one who could tell tho
No changes will bo mado in this
column unless tho copy is at Tho
Evening Herald offlco by C o'clock
SACIIKD HKAHT CHUKCII, cor. of
Eighth and High, Rev. Hugh J. Mar
shall, Itev. J. V. Mollor.
S'a. m. children's service, Adults
aro requested not to attond this
10:30, high mass and sermon.
7 p. m., rosary and benediction
CHRISTIAN SCIKNCK society of
Klamath Falls hold sorvlces in tho
lower room of the Library 'building,
corner of Third and Main strcots,
every Sunday morning at 11 o'clock
and every- Wednesday evening at 8
The subject lesson for Sunday:
Tho Sanday school session is from
9:45 to 10:45 every Sunday morn
The tree reading room and froe
lending library is open from 2:30 to
4:30 on Tuesdays, Thursdays and
FIIIST BAPTIST CIIURCn, corner
Washington and Eighth.
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Preaching at 11 a. m.
Prayer servlco Wednesday at 8 p.
Every second nnd fourth Wednes
day evening will bo devoted to mis
D. Y, P. U. Sunday evening at
7:30 p. m.
A cordial invitation Is extended to
all to attend these, services.
FIIIKT PIlKHHVTEItlAN CHUItCIP
comer Sixth and Pine strcots. Itev. E.
P. Lawrence, minister, 437 Third
street. Phono 429.
CIIHISTIAN CHUItCH, corner 9th
and Pine streets, C. F, Trimble, pas
tor, 2107 Wantland Ave Phono
Sunday school 10 a. m.
Sermon, 11 u. m.
Christian Endeavor 0:30 p. m.
Sermon, 7:30 p. m.
Wo will continue our services at
tho Scandinavian ball corner 9th and
Walnut. We aro on tho hunt for
evory man in town who Is not In
somo-othor class, to Join 6ur splen
did Sunday school class at the Star
thentro. Como onco, then wo know
you will como often. Wo want you.
Como next Sunday at 10 a. m. ,
htiVKNTII DAY ADVENTIST8,'
Eight streot, Daptlst's church.
Sabbath school evory Saturday
morning at 10 o'clsck.
Preaching at 11 o'clock by Evan-
gollst L. E. Wodo.
Prayer mooting every Thursday
night a,t 7 o'clock.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL- CHUItCH
Tenth and High, Itov. S. J. Chanoy,
pastor, 100C High St., Phono C37-W.
An old-tlmo revival meeting Is In
progress at tlio Aiotnouist churcu
under tho leadership ot Evangollst
Oeorgo Donnard of Chicago. Tho
altar has been filled with sookors at
every meeting slnco last Sunday
morning, and many havo been con
verted, reclaimed and filled with tho
powor ot the Spirit. Thero wilt bo
two great sorvlces on Sunday, and
meetings overy ovonlng this coming
week. A rousing song servlco on
Sunday ovcnlng and special meeting
nt each meottng. Dr. llcnnnrd Is a
strong preacher and nn excellent
LUTHERAN CHURCH sorvlces
od with Itthla, and has been used
for generations to clean clogged
kidneys nnd stlmulato them to nor
mnl activity, also to noutratlzo tho
acids In urlno, so It no longer Is n
sourco ot Irritation, thUH ending
Jad Salts Is Inozponslvo, cannot In
Juro; makes n delightful effervescent
llthla-wntcr drink which avoryono
Uiould tako now nnd then to keep
tho kidneys clean nnd active. Drug
gists hero say thoy sell lots of Jnd
will bo hold In. tho First Ilnptlst' Salts to folks who bollovo In over
church, Eighth nnd Washington J coming kldnoy troublo whllo It In
streets, at 2:30 p. ni. Sunday.
Preaching by tho pastor Itev. Mat
thlos. Lutheran sorvlces at Algoma Mon
day, :30 p. m. at tho school house.
'only troublo. Adv.
MORE FIRE IIOHi: FOR
MALIK, Jan. 29. Two hundred
feet ot flro hoio arrived for tho Ma
lta flro department on Mondny ac
cording to Jorry John, flro chief. The
hoso cart and siren aro expected to
Tho flro department has on. hand
GSO feet ot hoso. All tho pressure
tanks which aro used by tho fire
fighting crow as a sourco of wnter
aro In working condition each hav
ing about 100 pounds pressure.
Colds Are Dangerous
A cold should bo Immediately
treated. Ono of tho best known nnd
offoctlvn preparations In Roxull LiiX'
ntlvo Aspirin (U. D. Co,) Cold Tnb
letH. Thoy contain ABplrlu (U. D.
Co.), Acotmillldo, Aloln nnd Cap
sicum. Thi'Hii IngrudlcnlM nro most vnlu
alilo lit ullnylng pain, reducing fuvor
drying up coryia, lessening In
flamnmtlon, ollmluntlng poisonous
secretions, warming up tho stomach
nnd shortening thu duration ot tho
If n cold Is not treated when tho
first symptoms Hliow themselves, It
will frequently develop Into moro
(let of us n box of these Cold Tab
lets today. Take them according to
directions tlio moment tho first
symptoms nppoar nnd you will ob
tain real relief.
We gunrnntoo them.
Star Drug Co.
THE HIIXAI.L KTORi:
Klmnutli Poll, Oregon
Now Orleans Is to hitvo n municipal
During tho season Just closed only
flvo grand circuit trotters won moro
than $10,000 Peter Mnnnlng,
Arltin Ouy, Peter Colley, Sister Ilor
that nnd Day Star.
Evangelist Geo. Bennard .of Chicago
Speaks and Sings
Two Great Services Sunday, January 30,
11 a.m. and :oU p. m.
A Rousing Song Service Special Music
meetings every evening, i'.ho
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