The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, February 08, 1921, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3

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    PAOH TH1U0H
THE EVENWG HKRAtP. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY W, 1M1.
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riOHT CKNHOIWIIIP OF
MONTANA MOVJH HIIOWH
HWLIONA, Mont., Kol). 8. Tlio
controversy raging In tlio ntntu oror
tlio bill of Honntor 10, Donlou of Mis
soula count, providing for censor
ship of moving pictures, linn brought
to tlio tittuntlim of courts, ponco-of-floors
nnd tlio pulillo that law much
llko Hint tlio sonnfor proposal lion
liuan on tlio hooka for ninny yearn,
In 1017, nftorn sorlosof trnln rob
borlos hnil dtiirtod In tlio nlnto, itlio
nsnombly pnssod nn act forlioddlriR
uny moving plcturo dpplcllnjburg
Inrloii, trnln robbarfas mid otlior
crliww. Ho fur tin In known, how
ovor, tlio law was novor vlgously on-forced.
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SLABS
$7.00PerCord
DELIVERED
W. E. SEEHORN CO.
I Phone 72 622 Main St. i
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The Office Cat
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The
CENTRAL
Hotel
STEAM HEATED
ROOMS BY THE WEEK, S5.00 AND UP
OPEN
ALL NIGHT
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Cigar Stand
'A fine stock' of Cigars, Cigarettes and
Tobacco L
NEWS STAND
Latest Daily Papers, Magazines and
Periodicals
GUY GARRETT, Manager
Telephone 1SS-W
ijuuuijuvinnjvuvtruVTjvwnrinnr
LANDED
Supply and Demand
Regulate the Price
of Lumber
Right now the demand
is far in excess of thev
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supply and is sure to be
more noticeable next
vspring.
4,000,000 Homes are Needed in the United
States
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-These will bo built and this moana a great domand tor lumber
and naturally tho prlco will Ineronse.
It Is only reasonable to expect lumbor prices to advance.
Decide fo,own a homo, riaco your contract whllo prices art at
rock-bbttom..
pur plan booki are ready for your Inspection.
Big Basin Lumber Co.
"Exclusive nopresontntlvea of National Builders Bureau
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VAH1UOX HIIOW
IIY JUNIUS
ItllUlllM
You'ro hoard about tho raisin
With tho kick of 10 por cent,
Hut tho raisin with' tho wallop
Is tho raisin' of tho ront.
I'rmonal Prejudice
I nm always surer any socrot will
novor get out when only. 15 or 20
of ub know it.
I novor oat oggs, I don't llko
thorn when thoy aro plontlful and I
can't afford them whon thoy aro not.
I do not caro for tho bluo laws
nor for anyono who docs caro for
them.
I nevor havo accoptod any graft
but, llko a lot of. other honest mon,
I don't know exactly what I would
do If any waro ovor offered mo, ,
I always read tho advertisements
In a msgaxlno and thoroby 'manage to
hnvo qulto a ploatant and Instructive
evening.
I don't know what John Drew
Is playing In now, but I'll bet It's a
dross suit.
MOSCOW, Idaho, Fob. 8. In or
dor to sol forth vividly tho various
prosont day stylos In women's wear,
tho Unlvorslty of Idaho homo cono
ml cm do'partmont Is arranging to pro
sent a fashion show In which tho dif
ferent modes will bo shown. .Origin
ality and lnltlatlvo of studonts will
bo given full opportunity of expres
sion, according to Miss Kathorlno
Jonson, head of tho dopartmont. Liv
ing models will ho used. At tho soma
tlmo an art exhibit, mndo up of
painting, doslgnlng and sketch work
from tho nrt dopartmont of tho
unlvorslty, wilt, bo put on display;
IIKHMN riOTUKK HIIOWH
DOING. OOOD IIUHINE8S
I Order Your Suit Now
Prices of Woolens have been reduced Per-
I feet fit guaranteed. Prompt delivery.
Your inspection invited.
CHAS. J. CIZEK,
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Merchant Tailor
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IlEItMN, Jan. 1C -By Mall)
Tho "silent drama" bora, as olso
whoro, roccntly linn, "won surprising
favor with tho public. Tho Dorlln
statistical yearbook says attendanco
at moving plcturo theatres now Is "27
to 1 In favor ovor tho spokon drama."
Thero aro 264 moving plcturo then
trs In Berlin with a seating capacity
of 117,000 and 34 "legitimate" thoa
Ires with a capacity of 44,000.
H N
M BOTHER
Take tMff to Flash Kidneys
Xfetttrallso Irk-itatinc
Adds
ud
To A Ilow-Lcggcd Violinist
Whon William plays tho violin
llo stands llko one on 'eggs;
And has a bow within bis hands
Ono alio In his legs.
IIow Come
The Unltod States sonato proposes
to block tho appointments of 20,000
Wilson nominations. Didn't know
tboro woro that many democrats out
of office.
PJko I'oumleni
Two hundred unomployod In Mon
treal, Canada, rofusod Jobs paying
32 cents an hour, preferring to par
ado. Rather walk than work.
A law making high heels a crlmo
Is urged by Massachusetts doctors.
Tho law won't go ovor. Alt theso oth
or prohibitions that havo roccntly
boen voted woro laws that took some
thing away from tho men. But when
It comes to taking privileges away
from the womon, then look out for
tho women's voto.
Hollo Oroosbcck says that thoso
2000 would-bo postmasters at loast
can thank TresNont Wilson for the
compliment.
Jail-Less Crimen
Killing tlmo.
Hanging pictures,
Stealing bases.
I Shooting tho' chute.
Choking off a speaker.
Tlunnlng over a newsong.
Smothering a laugh. ' ' '
Setting the heart on fire.
Knifing a performance.
Murdering tho English language,
Tho three degrees In rnodlca
trentment: I'osltjvo HI; Comparative,
pill; Suporlotlvo.'bltl. i"
. Rural Sarcasm
Not much elder Is manufactured In
Wo'sctchestor for solo, nearly all of
It bolnr consumed at home. Two
fiitmiih' waa Anmnnrtnff notivi. m
"How many barrels havo you put
up this yoar, JoolT" said one.
"Only sovon, Silas," was 'tho re
ply.
"(Jot any handy?"
"Surd thing. Bliss." And Joel -went
Into tho houso returning soon with
some of tho applo ollxlr In a big tin
dlppor. "Thore," said ho, "Try that."
And Ellas sipped.
I tUII, TOUUb UW juu v
It!" Joel Inqulrod.
Silas shook -his head doublously.
"Don't you llko It, Silas" was tho
anxious query." '
"How many barrels did you say
you mado, Joel?" asked Silas.
"Seven."
"Well. Jool. If you bad had another
applo yoo might havo mado eight."
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CHEAPER AliOOnOIi
VICTORIA. B. O.. Feb. T.-'-Brl-
ttsh Columbfa Is to havo choaper al
cohol for use In manufacturing. Here-
toforo druggists have beon allowea no
import non-potable or non-matured
alosjtft only in limited quantities.
ProVelal )BhJblUon authorities
asked for V9 obtained permission
from federal officers to Import largo
quantities into British Columbia so
thai it coujto sold at a lowor prlco.
Kldaty and Bladder weakness re
sult from urlo acid, says a noted au
thority. Tho kidneys filter this acid
from the blood and pass It on to tho
bladder, wbero It ofton remains to ir
ritate and Inflamo, causing a burn
ing, scalding sensation, or setting up
an Irritation at the neck ot tho hind
ter, obliging yon to seek relief two
qr three times during "the night.' The
sufferer Is in constant thread, tho wa
ter passes sometimes with a scald
ing sensation and is vory profuse;
sgaln, thore is difficulty In avoiding
It.
Bladder weaknoss, most folks call
It, because they can't control urin
ation. Whllo It Is extremely annoy
ing and sometimes very painful, this
Is roallr one" of tho most simple ail
ments to overcome. Got about four
ounces ot Jad Salts from your phar
macist and take a tablcspoontul In a
glass ot water bofore breakfast, con
tinue thls'for two or three days. This
will neutrallzo tho acids In tho urine
so it no longer is a source ot irrita
tion to tho bladder and urinary or
gans which then act normally again
Jad Salts Is inexpensive, harmless,
and is mado from the acid of grapes
and lomdn Juice, combined with llth
la. and is used by thousands ot folks
who aro subject to urinary disorders
caused by qrlc acid Irritation. Jad
Salts' Is" splendid for kldnoys and
cause no bad effects whatever.
Hero you havo a pleasant, offerves-
ceni Ilthla-water drink, which quick
ly rellovos "bladder trouble Adv.
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X Do you know why so many people eat reg- t
ularly at
THE REX CAFE
Seventh and Main Streets.
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Whether breakfast, lunch or dinner, there's always a varloty of f
dellclously-cookcd foods that instantly appeals to your appetite.
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You aro served quickly with liberal proportions ot tho foods yo
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choose. , v
Once you have eaten at The Rex Cafe you will readily under
stand why so many peoplo eat thero regularly. Try It tomorrow.
Rex Cafe Snails, Doughnuts and Bake-Rlte bread are always oa
salo. Take some heme for your breakfast
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"NOW-A-D
says the Good Judge
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A man can get a heap more
satisfaction from a small chew
of this class of tobacco, than
he ever could get from a big
chew of the old kind.
He finds it costs less, too. The
good tobacco taste' lasts to
much longer he doesd't need,
to have a fresh c&evV owJrjr
as often. .
Any man who uses the Real
Tobacco Chew wil tell'you
mat.
Put ufi in two stjUs" -
W-B CUT is a "(ong fine-cut tobacco ' i
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobaccd
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DEAR OLD BOY PETE!
HAEE1TTES
pallas, Texas, Sunday.
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This corner of the U. S. mainland is so wonderful
in its bigness and bustle I' guess I go mouth wide
open and eyes staring! Why, Pete, Texans don't
talk in miles it doesn't mean anything! They'll
tell you that this place, or that, is'an all-day trip, or
two days and a night distant, 'etc. And, old yard
stick, you've got the feet, justvlct it sink in deep
that Texas is not only over 800 miles wide but it is
our fifth state in population!
Heard a bird in the'Adolphus Hotel say that when
he comes oif the west border he hgurcs ne;s close
home to Baltimore when he s across the Lone
Star State! Talk about "jumps"! "Try a fewi
say the one beiwecn Texarkana and El Paso!
Pete, everything grows big down here business
as well as folks hearts! I like the Way they never
forget ! Herd wasNvalking on Main Street yester
day when as fine a type ofjnan as ever wore one of
those broad Texas smiles came up to me. "How
are you, lieutenant?" says he. "Maybe you'll call
back that day at Camp Dick when I brought over
that bunch 'of Camel Cigarettes for the boys," ho
continued. Right then a Camel conference opened
Golly, Pete, this party coins Ccmcl compliments
faster than the mint makes money ! "Lieutenant,"
says he, "I know when I'm 'set' ! I've smoked ciga
rettes for five yearol (NOW'LISTEN, PETER!)
I know Camels and I know their marvellous mijd,
mellow body and refreshing flavor and wonderful
Turkish and Domestic blend! A million' Camels
wouldn't tire a smoker's fasfe"' Now, Pete, I'll
say that's some testifying!
Sincerely
Jl A
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P. S, Between you and me 17 be gating
Mt tall building and things around 43d and
Broadway If.E-W YQ-RK about the
hour this note hits Boston's Back 'Bay!
Write me at the 'same old standi
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j&y
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