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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 3, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Club Members to
'Attend Short Course
At Summer School
A iliuico will ho rIvoii Friday
nvunliiK. Mnrch 4, by tho girls of thn
Hmiloy miwlni: utiil hnusokoopltiK
clubs nt tint (ilil cliiinnn factory near
tho llonluy ncliool. AtlmtHntoii will
lin mo dollar n rnupln, with ro
friiHhtmmtn sorvcid by thn nlrl.
It In plnnnnd to rnlnn nnfflclimt
money during thn noxt fnw months
to pny tho nxpnnsos of two club
members to tho (. A. 0. two wonk'n
nhort roursn for club boys nml
Rlrln which will ho hold In Juno.
Frank Hoxton, county hindor, Huld
todny thnt bo plnnnod to hnvo n
tlo ro ii or mnro Klninntli county club
inomhors tnko tho course.
iio.Mi) miiliieim, i no.,
MHKTINN TIIIH KVENIMJ
Tlmro will Im n iik'MIiik of tho sub
rrrlhurn for Htork of tho llomn llulld
V,' Investment, rotnpiiny of KInmnth
"Knlln at thn rhniiihnr of conunnrru
rooms, Thurndny nvmilnic, March 3,
1031) nt 7 .10, for tho purpose of
Adopting by-laws, to nlnrl a linnrd of
directors, nnd to attend to Mich nllinr
business nn liuiy roinn bnforo tho
liiootlnK. All subscribers urn uritod
to l)o present nt thin mooting.
Electric Signs Are
If thn business houni'N of thn city
rnn tin no to ducoratn thn front of
thnlr Ntabllithmi!UtH with eloelrlc
nlRiin, It will not bo Ioiik until tho
business section of Kliininth Falls
will rlvnl thn Kront Whltn Way of
Now York. Almont weekly u now
electric "Inn Is Installed, thn Into
inos being of tho rinnlilnK vnrlnty.
Thenn nrn Retting rathor nutnnrnuH
nnd If tholr nunibor Increases Main
nnd nomn of thn cross streets will
hnvn n scintillating effect that will
bo Tory attractive
Thn latest and most elaborate alun
In that which baa Just boon Installed
by tho Link Itlvor Electric cotniany.
It rarrloN out thn Idon of tho light
ning flanh, thn colored light innk
Ing It effective,.
Thn first flush algn to makn Ita
appoaranro nn Klamath nvenuo Ih
that of thn llulck Hales and Service
agency, thn design lining tho well
known llulck trndu mark .
'BEATS MONTE CARLO
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JJ Carl's Liver Lifters aro a won-
(luriui roinooy inr cuiiHuirauuu
himdacliofi, bllllousrinsn etc.
Thoy help to keep tho system
clean and hoalthy 2Cc, 3 bot
MUK. JIAltllY HCIIWAIIT7.
Mrs. Harry Schwartz of Now York
played it bunch whllu honuyinoonlnK
at Monlo Carlo nnd won, aim says,
$10(1. (100. Hlio nnd her husband
bavn Just returned to Now York. It
wax her twentieth birthday and aim
played '2l" nn thn wheel.
Dipping Sheep In
The Malin District
MAI, IN. March fl. Luther Hoi-
brook dlpiiod bin aheep for scnbblos
hint Hnturday nnd Hunilay at thn C.
It. Ilennlslny ranch oiihI of hero. L.
V. Hardy, 1'nlted Htatoa government
Inn licet or and votnrlnnrlan, assisted
li I in In tho work.
Mr. Ilolbrook bus boon fcodlng tho
sheep tlil winter with prospect of
selling thorn In the aprlng. I tin In
tontlona nt present nrn to start tho
aheop to Midland WcdnoMilny, whoro
they will bo shipped to Han Fran-cIhco.
STAR DRUG CO.
Fifth and Main Streets
Lilac Vegetal j:j:
Harmony Lilac Vegetal uinkos j a
tho faco comfortablo aCtor a i
ahavo. Takes nway tho sting
. . i
and leaves an odor ot fresh '
cut lilacs S1.2G
Iloxhury Ilulilior Cloves Pair W)o
A(iiu Ammonia, pint 'Mc
No. 0 Disinfectant, alx tlmoii ntronger
EC than carbollo acid ozs. JKo
hyaol 3 oz. 25c
Liquid Veneer SOo nnd JIOc
Ocndar Polish 0c
lteflecto Kurnlluro Polish i()c.
Ilabblt'H Lyo IWo
Chloride of Llinu 'Ma
I Carholle Acid .I ozh. 'Mc
CLAI.M M.-W COLD I'llXIt
WIlAi HIVAIi TIIH YUKON
a:.N siiii'Mii.nts i:ast
will iti:m:i: rui:i(siiT
DATION, Y. T.. March 3. I)ls
rovurlus horaldlug tho birth of a new
Yukon hnvo been mudo within tho
lat fnw months In tho Mayo nrea,
adjacent o Mayo City, lying In tho
upper fitnwnrt rlvnr country, 1G0
miles from tho great gold centro of
Dawson, according to reports reach
Tliesn new discoveries nrn In sit-vnr-buarlug
mlnnrnls, breaking In
rnro richness and extent from tho
high barren hills forming a spur
of thn Itocky mountains. Ooologlsls
and mining exports who hnvo visit-1
rd thn region Intely any that n zone
having every formation favorable to
pxlnnslvn silver-lead deposits runs In
thn Mnyo nre.i for at least 2G miles
In length, by ten mllos In width.
In this holt and outside It rich
dlsrovorles aro said to hnvo boon
mudo. Nearly n thousand mineral
claims hnvo been sluked, tho greutnr
number within tho past IS months.
LOS ANMKLKH, Cnl., March 3.
Cultforula veuutohles. as well nsi
fruits, bavo begun to movn to ent-
ernn mnrkets by water, It Is an
nounced by I). J. Hognn. traffic j
manager of tho California Vegetable:
Jntmneso Jons Htlcks. hunch
Kormaldohyde, pint 7."lo
DtiHtloxs Dusting Cloths - IlOe
Eggs Are Cheap
lluy eggs now whon thoy nro choap and pro
scrvn them In Ulnsslno. Thoy will bo good
when eggs are high. Ono pint of Olasslno,
mixed with water will proscrvo 10 to 12
doznn eggs for many months. Pint 'Mc
Half gallon 75c
$100 Stanolax Mlnoral Oil 05c
COc Itlkor's Milk of Mngnosla 5c
GOc Cnstllo Soap 115c
3Cc Illcarbonato of Soda 20c
COc Hyta Hougo, Imported Jl5c
lCc Toilet and Uath Soap 3 cakes 25c
FACE POWDER I
y i f ' vvy
soft and fine, ic
adheres to closely as to
seem to belong to the
skin itself. Never gives
that coarse "make-up"
look. And the exquisite
Jonteel fragrance makes
CZClff it a delight to use. Have
Z)J you tried it? Take a box
Thoro Is a Jonteel preparation for ovory
Combination Cream Jonteel JH)c
Cold Cream Jonteel BOc
Kougo Jonteel 50c
Lip Stick Jonteel 25c
Soap Jonteel 25c
Talc Jonteel .25c
Kyo Ilrow Pencil Jonteel .25c
Sassafras nark 2 ozs. 25c J J
Hoods Sarsaparllla .l.t0
S. 8. S $1.00 and ft.00 I','
Ayor's Sarsaparllla Tonic ... ..fl,50 ';';
Tlcxnll Sarsaparllla Tentc 91.25 I'.'.
Sulphur and Cream Tartar Lozenges
Peruvian Bark Tonic -$1.20 '
Iron and Cnscnra Tonic lloi i
rimtrnn lllnirl Mmllfltin mt nn Wi '
u..n.... .....,. .........u ll J,
Hyrup nypopnospnitcs comp 9l.no
Ilamboo Drier Dlood Ilulldcr
Itcxnll Special Altoratlvo ....
1 1 -1
can i i
mako last year's straw hats match this year's i i
new spring suit by using Colorlto. Colorlto j ;j ;
Is mado In 16 fashlonablu colors. Anyono can J
use It. )'
i ) -1
A New Straw Hat
For 25c and thirty minutes tlmo you
75c Witch Hazol, full pint ...-BOc
35c Hexall Violet Talcum 20c
40r Rrmnnil'fl Inn C.nm 'Ht !'
lGc Household Oluo .................10c j '.
$1.00 Aspirin Tablets, U. D. Co ....OOc
15c Crcmo Oil Soap 10c
VIIMD.V IIAIU StTTH
IION.NIK "II" VKIKS
LAIHKH HAND 1IAOH
PIHCKS DO NOT INCLUDE ItGVKNUE TAX
The ffoaCa&& Stor
Mail Orders Filled Promptly
The water rnto from Los Angola
j census of nil porsons in tho stnta
nnroor 10 .-mow i,.i is "; j' .known to bo suffering from tho dls
100 pounds, compared with $1.66 u (fj ,)() ma(,o ,romod,alelyt nnd
by rail. whon It lit mm Dieted arrannoments
"llesldPH New York," Mr. Hognn I
for thn trnnsfor will bo mudo with
said recently, "n largo number of fcora Kovornmcnt.
OIIOVILLE, Cnl., Mar. 3. Gcorgo
Dyer, Orovlllo, last wook received nt
M08COW. Idoho, Mnrch 3. Uni
versity of Idaho students hnvo boon
offered an opportunity by tho Italy
American society to enter nn ossay
writing contest with a trip to Italy as
n prlzo. Tho oBsay Is to bo on tho
subjoct of "Italy'a Contributions to
Modern Culture.'" Tho essay Is to bo
not morn than 10,000 words. Kn
trnnts must bo undorgraduato collogo
HUMMKlt OL.aS WILL
HTUDY IIOTANY IN WILDH
HUKKICA, Cnl., Mur. 3. About
20 students of botany from tho
Unlvorslty of Chicago uro oxpoctod
to spend tho coming summer In tho
roMwood forests of Hull Crook and
Dyorvlllo Flats, Humboldt county,
according to a letter to tho Kurekn
Chamber of Commerce Tho trip
will bo handlod by Profossor Honry
C. CowIoh. Tho Htudontn will travel
by rail to tho tippor Sacramento val-
ley nnd thon take automobiles acrosn
PLEASANT OAnn PARTY
MALIN, March 3. A "500" party
at the homo of Mrs. Frank Wllda was
enjoyed by a nmbor of her friends
hero Friday afternoon. Refreshments
worn served by the hostess.
Those present -were: Mrs. Jerry
Johns, Mrs. C. V. Holmes, Mrs. n.
K. Hannon, Mrs. Louis Roldlschnr,
Mrs. W. P. Wygnnt, and tho Mlssos
Cnrrlo Spolok nnd Mnrlo Rajnus.
eiisteru markets can bn reached by
water through the many new steam
ship companies now operating be
tween thn Pacific nnd Atlantic
consts. Tbeso Include Snvnnnnh,
lll.llt..l..lnlilfi llfilllmnr.t mill ltfi8ton.
r.ll(.l. Produce can bn shipped I ho local postofflco . J-U-r ta-J
Inlun.l wenlboiind as far as Pitts-,"" "r,n" '" "'" """ """ ""-
burg nt u saving In freight charges 'on" " " dollvorod It to
over tho railroad rato from Logl Mrs. Dyer In person.
Angeles to Pittsburg." I Iyr sal'l ho wroto tho lottor In
Immediate shipment by wntcr tolKobruary 1918 from Mlkolaozsk. La-
eastern mnrkets Is planned for largo tor ho roturnod to America nnd
consignments of onions, celery, 'found tho letter had not beon de-
caullflower, lettuce, potatoes, or
anges, lemons, olives, henna nnd cot
Whon dollvorod tho onvolopo car
ried stumps which Indlcatod It had
TcttlHMik Fund Cut
SACRAMENTO, March 3. Froo
textbooks In tho achools of Califor
nia will cost tho taxpayers $527,000,
If a hill prosontod to tho 1921 legis
lature by Senator Allen la passed.
This sum was recommended by tho
budgot board and Is $300,000 leas
than was requested by tho atnto
hoard of education.
Illtls havo nlso been offered nt
tho current session to oxtond tho
provisions of tho freo textbook net
to sovornl statu educational Institu
tions that do not now onjoy thorn.
RICE (1ROWKRH ARE
OnOVILLlJ, Cal., March 3. Prac
tically ovory lluttu county furmor
who plantod rlco In 1920 will try
for tho mimo crop In 1921, dosplto
tho fact tho growers reported loss
os ot thousands of dollars last sea
son. Tho 1920 rlco crop loss was caus
ed by lnck ot drnlungo, Insufficient
Irrigation, a poor mnrkut and labor
shortago, It Is thought. Thoso in
fluences will not be folt nozt sea
son, farmers bellovo.
SACRAMENTO, March 3. Ar
rangements to transfer all lepers In
California to the newly established
fodornl loprosarlum at Cnrryvllle,
Louisiana, hnvo beon started by tho
'.California atnto bourd of hoiUth. A
'bn, Montk Beatuf
with Tomato Sauce
aro the kind of food
that you can still af
ford to serveliberally
because they are as
truly economical as
they are tempting.
visited n score of Siberian cities be-'
toro starting for America. I
EASE THOSE -MD, i
Outdoor and Indoor workers, sub-
ject to czposuro or heavy toll, find
relief In Sloan's Liniment
BEEN nt work all day, standing on I
your feet, lifting heavy weights? I
And now you're all tirl out. ,
Never mind , if you arc wise you have
a bottle of Sloan's on the shelf, at homo i
or In the shop. Put a little on, ccilhcut
tubbinr, nnd quickly cornea grateful .
warmth and relief. '
, Good for rheumatic pains, neuralgia,
sciatica, lumbago and the host of ex
ternal pains that nro all the time com
Ing. Helps break up colds, tool
It's comforting to kett it handyl
Three sizes 35c, 70c, fi.w.
REDUCED PRICES ON
This lG-lnch Dry Slab-wood Is absolutely your cheapest fuel.
Wo also handle Block and Limb-wood at market prices, but blocks
nre very scarce, and Limb-wood Is high In prlco. Phono us your
orders for Slab.
O. Peyton & Co.
"WOOD TO BURN"
OSCAR PEYTON WILLARD PEVTON
419 Main St. Phon.e 535
The Army Goods Store
V 1136 MAIN STREET
Selling Out all Winter Supplies
jp at Very Low Prices
Wool Underwear, new, per garment $1.25 V
! Wool Underwear, reclaimed, per garment :.$ .75 T
f Regulation Army Shirts, Wool 5M.Z&
Y Heavy Corduroy Pants $4.25
St Khaki Pants $2.50
A Wool Breeches $3.0)
U. S. Government Wool Blankets $4,25
U. S. Army Munson Last Shoes $6.85
f U. S. GOVERNMENT CANNED BACON
I $2.50 PER CAN ,
T Packed in 12-pound cans, and every can is positively
guaranteed by the U. S: Government,
! We have only a limited supply of this Bacon on hand