V THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON I'AGIJ MIX THU1WDAV, VKIIIttMKY 17rf 1021. r Aw I ItAKGICKKH IIOUM) OVKIl J, L. Spnrroton nnd John Sim mons, accused of cutting n wlro fenco on, tlio Porter rnnch near llonnnza, tennntod by J. Nichols, hnvo boon bound over to await action by tho grand Jury, Justice of tho Pence Ungbngcn making this decision yea torday afternoon. ' ir Personal Mention If you want tho finest work done on Indies heels, bring them to llrnd- i loy-Kvami. 17-19 Itoriqy Day3 aoru worry memon wnoworKSina FisEfl V-MllfrjBtJS i J Br JJI ItjaX s.vv is, i Tirm ffM,itPf T J ii n mmVk Reflex Slicker IIeh4$lhbc5 wjterorocf rmentnude A l"rrv.vroir 32k-7 DOSTON.MA3S J; SQUEEZED TO DEATH When tho body begins to stiffen and movement becomes painful it is usually an indication that tho kidneys are out of crdcr. Keep these organs healthy by talcinc COLD ME DAL Tho Improvement club of tho Mills addition wilt moot tonight In tho Mills addition school liouau. Horn this morning, to Mr. nnd Mrs. O. L. .Tacoby, S12 Oixk streot, a nine-pound son. All Is well, re ports Dr. Wright. Prod Nitscholm loft Wednesday for Huffalo, Now York, whoro ho will spend two months' vacation. On his may home, ho will visit his sis tor In Chicago. Qlon Iloals left this morning far Sacramento, N W. L. Puekett who has boon In town on business, loft this morning for his homo In llocrcntlon. ' S. J. Colllnghnn or Pt. Klamath has been In town on business. II. L. Swift has Just roturned from a two months visit In tho central west. He cays "tho winter thero has been wonderful as thoy haven't had much cold wenthor, very llttlo snow, and buslnces seems to bo opening up." Clara Calkins Is spending tho day In Merrill visiting friends. Miss I'earl Campngnn who has No wet feel It you uso Nelono Soles nnd winged foot hcols. Put on at llradley-Bvans. . 17-19 hist your houses nnd'apnrtmonts that you wish to rent with us. 123 8th St. Klamath Exchange. 31-28 Iji ft CORNS ; i; If Lift Right Off ;! without Pain IJxU ; BklBLHVo (SEEOHI Tba world's standard remedy for Mdnty. Urtr, bladder and uric add troubles. Vamoui tinea IMS. Take regularly and kaep in good bealib. la three aim, all droggbts. QoaraMacd aa represented. La for Um mm CaU MmUI aa y Us aad ap no Imtnitoa Magic! Drop a llttlo "Frcozono" on an aching corn, Instantly that corn stops hurting, thon shortly you lirt it right off with fingers. Doesn't hurt a bit. Your druggist soils a tiny bottlo of ''Froczono" for u fow conts, suf ficient to rcmovo ovcry hard corn, soft corn or corn between 'tho toes, and cnllusos. . I1 Ht f 4"M"frM T Specials bcon visiting Mrs. Morono loft for her homo In Portland thin morning. W. M. Dolzoll, postmaster who has been Buffering from a light attack of Influonzn is now back on duty, Mrs. S. K. Plophow of Pollcon Day loft this morning for Redding, California. H. A. Alford left this morning tor Ashland whoro ho will bpoihI tho ro mntndor of 'tho Motor. llert Alford who has boon visit ing his father, H. A. Alford, loft far his homo In Fresno this morn ing. Mr. and Mrs. IUloy Woods of Kla math Agency nro in town shopping. llnlph Pulow of San Francisco la In town on business. Mr. nnd Mrs. Krnnk Corponlng of Olene, who hnvo been visiting friends in Sun Francisco for tho past month returned homo Wednesday evening. Dave Lennox loft this morning for Rosohurg, on business. W. M. Skcen of Chlloquln Is In town on business. P. P. (Irlffoth of Portland Is In town on business. Dorothy Dawson, daughter of ono of tho local mall carriers, Is ex pected homo this ovonlng, from Los Angeles whoro rIio has boon visiting for severnl months. Mr. nnd Mrs. Prank Copor roturn ed Thursday ovenlng from Ban Fran cisco whoro they havo boon visit ing. J. A. Parker, of lllj Is In town on business. I. K. Porter, a coment contractor loft this morning for Portland. Kugono Chltdors of Merrill Is spending n fow days In town on busi ness. Frank Hums returned from Port land Thursday ovonlng. Mrs. Phoobo Umphry of Duns mulr l In town visiting nor sister, Mrs. Lister Hutchlns. CIIAM1IKRLA1N TO IIAVI) HIIUTING llOAIin PLACE PORTLAND, Fob. 17. According to n dispatch to tho Tologrnm to day, Prcsldont-oloct Harding has In dicated ho will appoint Bonator Chnmborlaln of Oregon to n placn on tho United States shipping board. UILL PROTECTING THICKS PA88E8 1IOT1I JIOUHICH SALEM, Fob, 17. Hath housos hnvu passed tho following hills! Licensing nnd rogulatlng renltors, prohibiting fraudulent bidding nt livestock sales, nnd making it unlaw ful to cut down, Injure, nnd do Ktroy trees ntnng puhllo highways. MARKET UKI'ORT PORTLAND, Pel. 17. Livestock, steady; eggs, firm; higher) butter firm,. IIAIIY ItOV llOHX A baby boy, weight 'Ji pounds, en mo to tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. William Carstonson, Monday morn ing, Pobriiury 14. Tho Carstonsnu'H llvo on u rnnch on tho Keno road. Mondale Theater "The Best for the Best WWWWVWVWWVAA'' iWWWWVMV TONIGHT A Wonderful Show VAUDEVILLE THE ORIGINAL TENNESSEE JUBILEE SINGERS Wo gunrantco you quick sorvico nnd tho best of workmanship In shoo repairing at Ilradloy-Erans. 17-10 NEW TODAY FOIl RKNT 2-room Apt., furnish ed for light hoiisegcoplng. G27 Klamath Avo. Phono 461. 17 I for Friday & Saturday :4 18 pounds small white beans $1.00 Pelican Coffee, reg. 50c pound, Special. .40c Peas, regular 20c can, Special 15c Pineapple, regular 20c can, Special 15c Tree Tea, black, Special, per pound 45c Hillvilla Tea, Special, per pound 50c Pink Salmon, Special, per can 23c We sell for less because we sell for cash. Nobody's bad bills to pay for here. mtuimmA m ROOMS INCLUDING II ATI! GO conts per night for two or 7S conts for ono In room. Home Rooming IIouso. 920 Klamath Avo. 17-23 FOR SALE Modern tiro-room house, full ccmont basomont, fur naco, centrally locatod ou pavement. Torms. Hox L. H. Herald oftlco. 17-23 WANTED A flvo or six room fur nished bouse. Uox 124, llorald otflco. 17-19 YOUNd WOMAN wants work by tho hour. Call 1130 High St. 17-19 YAINAX ITEMS Tho entertainment ami box social at Yaliiax hall, February 12, In honor of Lincoln's birthday, was well ottondod and tho salo of bankets net ted $3.50 far tho purchnso of n globo, flag nnd broom for tho school. Tho audience enjoyed a play "Lin coln's Iloyhood Days," given by tho pupils and lonelier. Many pooplo ore glad to hco tho snow molting for tho long winter has bcon tiresome nnd n fow horses nro dying on tho ranges. A masked ball 'will bo given at Itcatty, Fobruary 22, and u good time Is assured for all. Tho Rov. and Mrs. Ilollknap of Ilcatty hold services nt Yalnax Feb ruary 13. "" Mrs. Frank Schmltz of tho Iloatty storo, who hah been III, Is reported by Dr. Alstock to bo Improving. Dartmouth's now memorial nth-1 lotlc fiold, on which work has Just begun, will comprise two football j fields, three basobalt diamonds, four , hockey rinks, ton tennis courts, and amnio track facilities. Wo chango or ropalr your hcelH while you wait at Ilradloy-Kvnni. 17-19 Wo liko to soil you now shoes hut, wo can ropalr your ol doncs to last much longor. llradloy-Kvons 17-19 BBBBcBBBBBBBBBBBBBfTBBBBBBBK iBBBjfaTaTaTi The Sweetest Voices of Dixie Land In Old Plantation Melodies, Negro Melodies Comic Songs Cabin Songs Ballads Ragtime and Wonderful Dancing A REAL TREAT PICTURES The Star of Humoresque Alma Rubens in "THE PAINTED LILY" A Heart-Throb in Every Line. Also A GOOD COMEDY Two Shows 6:30 and 8:30 DON'T MISS THIS SHOW Entire change of Program tomorrow night POn SAI.TT Tlnntltlfnl tinmn nt tnnr rooms and bath, sleeping porch, modern, completely furnlsbod, gar age, this Is a snap. Prjco $3000, $1000 cash, balanco llko rent. Tho Ryan Realty Co. S12 N. 9th St. 17-18 WE HAVE a number of ntco homes for sale, very reasonable with good terms. Tho Ryan Realty Co., CI 2 N. 9th St. 17-18 FOR SALE Four room modern plas- . to red nouso with buit-ln features, located on corner lot C2ft., C InxlOO This makes daudv noma and chaan at $3200. Cash $1000. Balanco llko.' ront. Tho Ryan Realty Co., C12 N. 9 th St. 17-18 FOR SALE Three purobrod Whlto Plymouth Rock cockerels. Largo, puro whlto, and from tho host stock In tho world. Sacrifice at $1 each. Tho eggs from which theso birds wero hatched cost us $5 each. Phono 2C2-J. G. L. Drummond 4th and Pine. 17-18 howing at the aiic S PHOTO mZ- TOrDHY "THE BRANDING IRON" By Katherine Newlin Burt THIS JS A BIG PICTURE "The lirundlng Iron" is ono of tho biggest wo havo over had the pleasure to present to our patrons. Don't miss this powerful plcturizatlon of un Intensely human story. SATURDAY Wallace Reid in "Sick Abed" SUNDAY James Oliver Curwood's "Nomads of the North" FOR RENT Nicely furnished down- stairs apartment. S22 Klamath. 17-21 UAItflAINH I.V HOUHKS Two room liouso, woodshed, and two big lots on Crescent Ave., at special prlco of $13C0. Only $2C0 cosh and $2C a month. A flno gardon tract. Strictly modern flvo room bunga low with built-in fcaturoH, garaga and lawn on tho 11th St. pavement In oxcollont neighborhood. Owner Is making sacrlflco prlco of $3200, Only $7G0 cash. Modorn four room bungalow with bath, cabinet work, big lot, nicely locatod only threo blocks from Main St. Non-resident owner is making special price of $2350. Tornvi. Ono of tho very best bungalow homes In tho city, on tho Tenth St. pavomont only four blocks from Main St. It has dutch kitchen, buf fet, book cases, largo closets, full Meno basomont with concroto floor, furnaco, laundry trays, scrooned porch and other modern conven iences.. Prlco Is $8750. Terms. Might tako smaller liouso as part payment. CHILCOTK &. SMITH C33 Main St. 17 Fourth Liberty Loan Bonds Should be sent in at this time to the Federal Reserve Bank to be exchanged for permanent bonds with all coupons attached. We are prepared to take care of this service for any bond holder in Klamath County. The First National Bank Our Bend Department offers the following services: Safe keeping Your bonds cannot burn up or be lost or stolen; we carry insurance for you. ' ' . SPECIAL MEETING It. A. M. Thero wjll be a spoclal mooting or mamain unapter &, it. A. m Friday evening, at 7:30. Special con vocation All visiting members are Invited. Dy order W. M. 17-18 J. E. DRATTAN, Sec. -1 m Wo uso only tho host whlto oak soio jeatner in our shoo ropalring. urRuioy-uvans, Exchange of temporary bonds for permanent bonds. Exchange of both registered and coupon bonds. Bonds bought and sold; daily quotations from New York by wire. Interest coupons cashed. Anything you wish to know" about' government bonds, ask us. t? 'r --nt. i- .t -,w -wz.-x Mr-arse-" wMamamoHssi.'